Metropolitan Cities

Metropolitan Cities: Density of Metropolitan cities are increasing means... it is not the growth of the country, in another way it is indirect failure of infrastructure in the rest of the country.

Proper employment in all areas people will not come to Metropolitans: So that only people are coming to metropolitans. If proper employment in all areas or in all small towns, people will not come to metropolitans.

Education: For advanced education, there is no way to come to metropolitans. But for eduction upto Post Graduation level, in all most all towns facilities has to be there. Then floating to metropolitans will not increase.

Shopping: People are crazy in shopping to metropolitan cities, only because of huge discounts, variety of products, at least 80% of justification to small towns also by reducing tax and other facilities, people will not attract to metropolitans regularly. For certain things of advanced goods, there is an exception.

Housing Colonies: Governments has to give support to housing colonies construction in small towns also. Then people will not go to metropolitans for accommodation purpose. If comfortable accommodation available in their nearer towns, no one will show interest in staying in cities.

Constructions: Governments has to encourage construction in small towns and villages also with good loans and subsidies. Transportation and roads has to be increased in rural areas also.

Tax Exemption: If tax exemption is there in rural areas Autos, Vans, Mini busus then youth will show interest to survive in driving and transportation field also happily.

Polution: Population increasing in cities means... this will also become pollution indirectly. So every one has to think about this, save our earth, make greenery our environments. Making good infrastructure in every area of our country will become the real success of the the country.

Failure: Metropolitans are increasing means, it is an indirect failure of infrastructure in the rest of the area, especially out of metropolitans.

What cities are metropolitan cities: In India, the Census Commission defines a metropolitan city as one having a population of over four million. Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Pune, Surat and Nashik are those Indian cities that have over 4 million people.

Difference between metro city and metropolitan city: A metropolitan area is a region house to a densely populated urban core and its less-populated surrounding territories, sharing industry, infrastructure, and housing. A metro area usually comprises multiple jurisdictions and municipalities.

What is a metropolitan city: Metropolitan area, also called Metropolis, a major city together with its suburbs and nearby cities, towns, and environs over which the major city exercises a commanding economic and social influence.

Difference between metropolitan and cosmopolitan: Cosmopolitan comes from cosmos meaning one universe and refers to a large city comprising people from many parts of the world. On the other hand, metropolitan city is one having a large population and employment opportunities and one which is also lined socially and economically with nearby areas.

What is the most cosmopolitan city: Dubai remains the world's most cosmopolitan city in 2018 with 83 per cent (2.6 million) of its residents foreign-born who speak over 140 different languages. "Dubai is currently the world's most cosmopolitan city, with foreign-born residents making up 83 per cent of its population.

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