The 27th State of India, Uttarakhand, was created on November 9th, 2000, when it was split off from northern Uttar Pradesh. It is primarily a hilly State that shares international borders with China (Tibet) in its north and Nepal in its east. It lies in the foothills of the great Himalayan mountain ranges. Himachal Pradesh is to its north-west and Uttar Pradesh to its south. It has a variety of glaciers, rivers, dense woods, and high peaks covered in snow, making it rich in natural resources, including water and forests.
The Uttarakhand Municipal Corporation is capable of giving the people of Uttarakhand accessibility to the essentials of life, including housing, roads, sanitary facilities, healthcare, and education. With the private sector's help and the use of cutting-edge management strategies, Uttarakhand is renowned for effectively managing its cities.