In India, a municipality is a Urban local government body that is responsible for the administration of a town or city, while a Municipal Corporation is a larger local government body that is responsible for the administration of a city or metropolitan area.
Both municipalities and Municipal Corporations are responsible for providing a range of essential services to their constituents, including water supply, waste management, public health, and transportation. However, Municipal Corporations typically have a wider range of responsibilities and a larger budget compared to municipalities, as they serve larger urban areas with more complex needs.
In general, municipalities are established in smaller towns and cities with a population of less than 100,000, while Municipal Corporations are established in larger cities with a population of 100,000 or more. The specific powers and responsibilities of municipalities and Municipal Corporations are defined by state laws and local ordinances.
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