Asansol is one of the largest cities in the State of West Bengal outside Kolkata Metropolitan area. It emerged as a Municipal Corporation in the year 1994 by way of a merger which brought together the Burnpur Notified Area, some rural parts of Asansol Block and some colliery areas with erstwhile Asansol Municipality. Obviously, the erstwhile Asansol Municipal town had grown into a vast service city from the industrial as well as mining point of view. Gradually, within the city, both wealth and poverty began to co-exist side by side. Poor population of the city was localised in the clusters of crude dwellings, mostly squatter colonies, dotted all over the city area.
On behalf of the Asansol Municipal Corporation, it gives me immense pleasure to welcome you to our interactive website. We sincerely hope that the website will build a strong and effective bridge between the citizens of Asansol and the city officials. It will be a vibrant forum to exchange information and ideas in our pursuit to provide the citizens of Asansol a quality life with commendable facilities and civic amenities. Read more
Welcome to the website of Asansol Municipal Corporation! Your visit to this virtual office of the Asansol Municipal Corporation is truly appreciated. Through this interactive website, we, in line with the vision of our Hon’ble Mayor, aspire to bring civic services to your doorstep gradually.
The City of Asansol is in the midst of a qualitative transformation and technology would be the catalytic accelerator for this change. Read more
Trade License is a certificate/document which grants the permission to carry on a particular trade or business for which it is issued. It does not confer ownership of property or permission for any other activity other than for which it is issued.
One of the major priorities for the corporation is to bridge the gap between the citizens and the corporation. Here we facilitate the citizens to register their grievances/complaints related to various aspects of the citizen services provided by the corporation, with a time bound resolution to the complaints to the satisfaction of citizens.
The Right to Information (RTI) provides access to the information which is held by or under the control of any public authority and includes the right to inspect work, documents, records, taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents/records and certified samples of the materials and obtaining information which is also stored in electronic form.