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Welcome To Bantwal Town Municipal Council
Bantwal (Tulu/Konkani/Kannada - ಬಂಟ್ವಾಳ) is a taluk in Dakshina Kannada district, Karnataka, India.
It is also a town by the same name.The adjacent township of B.C.Road (Bantwal Cross Road) serves
as the commercial center.Bantwal Town Muncipal Council is been formed on 10-01-1975. Panemangalore, Bantwal Kasba and Bantwal Muda are the three divisions in Bantwal.
Bantwal town is reverentially called as Vatapura Kshetra by some communities.
It is situated on the banks of River Nethravati on the National Highway - 48, 25 K.M East of Mangalore.
In the olden days, the town of Bantwal was known for trade. However, flooding caused by the river
Netravathi during the monsoons compelled traders and newer settlements to move to the adjacent
township of B.C.Road due to its higher altitude. Gradually, most Government offices shifted to B.C. Road.
As of 2011 India census, Bantwal had a population of 40,155. Males constitute 50% of the population and females 50%.
Bantwal has an average literacy rate of 80%, with 84% of the males and 77% of females literate.
Tulu and Konkani are the main languages spoken here.
The taluk is flanked by the state of Kerala in the south, and the towns of Belthangady and Puttur in the east,
the city of Mangalore in the west and Karkala in the north. It covers an area of about 720 km square.
National Highway 48 cuts through B. C. Road.
The town is still considered an important trade center for groceries, tobacco, hardware and most importantly gold.
Birth and Death Online Application: The Birth and Death Records From year 1990 has been computerized,
Citizen can view the records through Internet .
Public Grievance Redressal Cell Application: Through PGR Application Citizen can Directly Enter the
Complaints pertaining to their area.
Through Online or by Phone. Tel Phone: 08255- 233111
Property Tax Information System(PTIS): Total of 23 Wards are under PTIS has beome on-line on 17/05/2014, citizen can view their property deatils through online.