As the first true industrial city in India, Jamshedpur has set benchmarks for many others that have come up thereafter. It has been conferred the ISO Certification for its civic and municipal services and rated as the second best city in the Country as per the survey conducted by ORG Marg Nielsen on quality of life index.
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Jamshedpur has a temperate climate, featuring tropical wet and dry seasons. Summers start mid-March and can be extremely hot in May and June while the temperatures are quite low during the months of December and January.


  • Temperatures vary between 35º C - 42° C although extremes can record much higher.

  • Winter temperatures vary between 8º C - 12º C.



  • The climate of Jamshedpur is determined by the southwest monsoon.

  • The City gets heavy rainfall from July to September and receives about 1200 mm of rainfall annually.

  • During this time, the City gets visited by innumerable migratory birds.


Jubilee Park, an oasis for the City

The weather of Jamshedpur to a large extent is positively affected by the presence of rivers, lakes and vast stretches of green. According to a study the mean temperature range of Jamshedpur city was recorded as 27.57 C to 35.72 C from January to June while the mean temperature range of the Jubilee Park varied from 22.80 C to 31.14 C. The maximum mean temperature difference was recorded (10.95 C) in March. Thus, the temperature difference between the two environments is substantial and the park area always remains cooler than the rest of the city.

The presence of The Jubilee Park makes the environment of Jamshedpur more endurable for residents and visitors.