District Urban Development Cell-DUDC

Bangalore Rural District has 5 ULBs list:


Dodballapura CMC

Doddaballapura, is a City Municipal Council in Bangalore Rural district in the state of Karnataka, India. Dodda means big in the native Kannada; contrasted with Chikkaballapura or the ‘little Ballapura’. It is also one of the largest silk producers in India along with Muddenahalli, Kanivenarayanapura, and Mysore.There are several historical temples in Terina Beedhi, Doddaballapura like Sri Venkateshwara Swamy temple, Chowdeshwari temple, Neladaanjaneya temple, Shankara matha, Someshwara temple, Kashi Vishweshwara temple, Panduranga Swami temple, Prasanna Anjenaya Swami temple (near railway station), Venugopalaswami temple, Muthyalamma temple, Sadhanandara matha, Saptha mathruke Sri Mariyamma temple(Karaga temple), Dharmaraya Swamy Temple etc.


Hosakote CMC

The Hosakote Municipality was established in 1906. The Hosakote Municipality is a national highway that runs from Bengaluru to -4 on the road and is about 27 km from Bangalore. According to the 2011 census, the city of New Delhi has a population of 56,613. There are 23 wards in the Hoskote municipality and 23 elected members. Hosakote municipality is upgrading to municipality on 09/12/2016. There are many factories around the Hoskote that offer new jobs. The Hoskote municipality covers a total of 18.25 square kilometers.


Devanahalli TMC & Vijayapura TMC

Devanahalli, also called “Devandahalli”, “Dyaavandalli”, Devanadoddi and Devanapura, is a town and Town Municipal Council in Bangalore Rural district in the state of Karnataka in India.[1] The town is located 40 kilometres (25 mi) to the north-east of Bangalore. Devanahalli is the site of Kempegowda International Airport.
Devanahalli was the birthplace of Tipu Sultan, popularly known as the “Tiger of Mysore”. Devanahalli was part of Gangawadi and later came under the rule of Rashatrakutas, Nolambas, Pallavas, Cholas, Hoysalas and the Vijayanagara rulers. The recent history of Devanahalli dates back to the 15th century, when a family of refugees fleeing from Conjeevaram (modern day Kanchi), camped near the foot of Ramaswami betta, east of Nandi Hills. Their leader Rana Baire Gowda was apparently directed in a dream to set up a settlement in this region. He and his Morasu Wokkalu family settled in a small village, Ahuti, which was later known as Avati.[6] His son Malla Baire Gowda founded Devanahalli, Chikka-ballapura and Dodda-ballapura. Kempegowda, the founder of Bangalore city is also from Morasu Wokkalu family.[5] During the time of Vijayanagra rule, Malla Baire constructed the initial mud fort in 1501 AD with the consent of Devaraya at Devanadoddi, the previous name of Devanahalli.
In 1747 AD, the fort passed into the hands of the Wodeyars of Mysore under the command of Nanja Raja. It was conquered many times from the Marathas and later came under the control of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. Tipu also renamed it as Yousafabad (the abode of Yousuf, the finest man) which never got popular.
The fort finally fell into the British, under Lord Cornwallis in 1791, during the Mysore War.


Vijayapura TMC

Vijayapura is a town in Devanahalli taluk and Bangalore Rural district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Vijayapura’s old name is Vadigenahalli. Local villagers still refer Vijayapura as Vadigenahalli.


Nelamangala CMC

Nelamangala is a city headquarters in the Bangalore Rural district of Karnataka state in India. Nelamangala lies near the junction of two National Highways, NH-48 (Bangalore – Mangalore) and NH-4 (Mumbai – Chennai) to north of Bangalore city.




      • To strengthen the quality of urban local government through e-governance.
      • To host or arrange for hosting the database and the application servers of the Urban Local Bodies.
      • To hold or to arrange to hold the data of the Urban Local Bodies in trust and provide or arrange to provide all security and backup services to professionally accepted standards.
      • To Provide or to arrange to provide support on connectivity and its related issues.
      • To Provide to arrange provide technical support for the Urban Local Bodies for running of their applications.
      • To design or arrange to design the upgrades to the existing applications as and when necessary.
      • To design or arrange to design the new modules for municipal e-Governance.
      • To provide special support for the Member institutions by acting as the central repository for the digitized maps of all Member institutions and Urban related ytilities. To also provide or arrange to provide GIS lab facility with spatial data centre that can keep track of the map requirement with periodic updating for all the Member institutions.
      • To provide or arrange standards for the Urban Local Bodies for their Business Processes Re-engineering.
      • To carry out aggregation of common data for the Government.
      • To design or arrange to design the upgrades to the existing applications as and when necessary.
      • To advice Member Institutions on matters related to IT and systems.
      • To manage upgrades and releases of the procured software and incorporate it into the system.
      • To arrange for overseas training and visits, for capacity building of personal of Member institutions in the field of e-governance.
      • To affiliate and/or amalgamate with any other Society, institute, or agency having objectives wholly or in part similar to the objectives of the Society.
      • To do all such other lawful acts, deeds, or things as are incidental or conductive to the attainment of the above objectives.
      • To carryout research on e-governance issues or fund such research projects. For the purposes aforesaid, to sign, execute and deliver such assurances and deeds as many be necessary.


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Contact details:

Office Address:
District Urban Development Cell,
Deputy Commissioner Office,
District Office Complex,
Beerasandra village, Devanahalli Taluk.,


DUDC Department important website
Detail Website Address
DUDC Website
Doddaballapur CMC Website
Hosakote CMC Website
Devanhalli TMC Website
Vijayapura TMC Website
Nelamangla TMC Website
State dashboard public
State dashboard
ULB dashboard Dodballapura
ULB dashboard Devanhalli
ULB dashboard Hoskote
ULB dashboard Nelmangla
ULB dashboard vijayapura