It is a sub-metropolitan city arranged in Muzaffarpur region in the Tirhut region of Bihar. It fills in as the base camp of Tirhut division, Muzaffarpur region and the Muzaffarpur Railway District. It is the fourth most packed city in Bihar. Muzaffarpur is one of the greatest business and informative concentration in North Bihar. It is acclaimed for litchis which is a characteristic item well known for its scrumptious taste. The area headquarters are arranged at Muzaffarpur.
The area includes a zone of 3173 km² and has a people of 3,743,836 beginning at 2001. Muzaffarpur district was made in 1875 for administrative solace by part up the earlier zone of Tirhut. The present area of Muzaffarpur went to its existence in the eighteenth century and named after Muzaffar Khan, an Amil Revenue Officer under British Dynasty. Purbi Champaran and Sitamarhi territories on North, on the South Vaishali and Saran district, on the East Darbhanga and Samastipur areas and on the West Saran and Gopalganj locales incorporate Muzaffarpur.
In 2006 the Ministry of Panchayati Raj named Muzaffarpur one of the nation's 250 most in reverse areas out of a sum of 640. It is one of the 36 areas in Bihar right now accepting assets from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Program BRGF. Muzaffarpur is celebrated for picking up it's name in the rundown of 100 brilliant city in India. Muzaffarpur is renowned in light of Muzaffarpur Institute of TechnologyMIT,which comes in the rundown of best designing school in Bihar.