Bokaro Steel City is a city in Jharkhand, India. It is the managerial home office of Bokaro locale and a standout amongst the most crowded urban areas in the province of Jharkhand. The city remains at a height of 210 meters 690 feet above ocean level and has a urban region of 183 square kilometers 71 square miles. Limited on the east by Dhanbad and Purulia, on the west by Ramgarh and Hazaribagh, on the north by Giridih and on the south by Ranchi. It is available through National Highway NH 143 and NH-18. Every segment has strip malls, play areas, schools, recreational territories and wellbeing focuses. The whole city is arranged with roads and local locations and additionally business territories.
Bokaro was one of the main arranged urban areas in the province of Jharkhand. Bokaro Airport is an unserviced air terminal with no booked business flights. In any case, the Government of India has wanted to associate Bokaro to the local center point of Patna and a worldwide air terminal in Kolkata through the UDAN local airplane terminal improvement plot, opening the air terminal up could see business flights by 2019. A group from the Airports Authority of India, joined by state common avionics executive Captain S.K. Sinha visited Bokaro to evaluate the airplane terminal and choose how to execute its development. The report recommended a patch up of the air terminal before open utilization.