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Presented byHansel D’Souza
1   corporatorRepresents 70,000 people
5   panchayatRepresents 1000people
 Borough*    principal local authority in London    32 boroughs    responsible for most local services        (school...
 Communes              (Municipalities)**    Local authority in France    36,569 communes    80% represent less than 1...
City District Council                              (Pop. 14 m )                             (Rep by Union                 ...
citieswith population
> 1 million
India has 25 of the world’s 100 fastest growingurban areas
Antiquatedsystemsfor city governance
Multiplicity of bodies to plug inefficiencyTransportCentral Government – RailwaysState Government – RTO Taxis, RickshawsCo...
Urban chaos
 73rd and 74th amendment Objectives – Urban  panchayat Bring governance closer  to people Greater representation Impr...
Participa             tionAccount ability                Transparency
Mumbai                           Municipal                          Corporation        Administrative                     ...
 Consists of 40 ASRs Meet regularly to address micro issues Local governance evolving Interface with administration C...
 Ward  63 identified EPs identified ASRs identified Ward Committee formed Local area meetings organised Press and me...
Nagar Raj Structure  Power to the People throughParticipation, Accountabil     ity, Transparency
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Model for Local Governance

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A proposal to effect change in local governance based on the 74th amendment to the Constitution

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  1. 1. Presented byHansel D’Souza
  2. 2. 1 corporatorRepresents 70,000 people
  3. 3. 5 panchayatRepresents 1000people
  4. 4.  Borough*  principal local authority in London  32 boroughs  responsible for most local services  (schools, social services, waste collection and roads)  Elected every four years
  5. 5.  Communes (Municipalities)**  Local authority in France  36,569 communes  80% represent less than 1000 people  civil registration, culture, economy, education, enviro nment, public order, roads, social welfare, urban planning *wikipedia **http://www.citymayors.com
  6. 6. City District Council (Pop. 14 m ) (Rep by Union Nazim) 18 Town Councils Town Council (Rep by Union Naib (Pop. 0.70 m) Nazim) 178 Union CouncilsUnion Council (21 elected (Pop. 80k) members)
  7. 7. citieswith population
  8. 8. > 1 million
  9. 9. India has 25 of the world’s 100 fastest growingurban areas
  10. 10. Antiquatedsystemsfor city governance
  11. 11. Multiplicity of bodies to plug inefficiencyTransportCentral Government – RailwaysState Government – RTO Taxis, RickshawsCorporation – BEST Buses
  12. 12. Urban chaos
  13. 13.  73rd and 74th amendment Objectives – Urban panchayat Bring governance closer to people Greater representation Improve local areas Effective governance
  14. 14. Participa tionAccount ability Transparency
  15. 15. Mumbai Municipal Corporation Administrative 24 Ward Comm. Administrative (Vibhag Samiti) Wards CorporatorWard Comm. Around 40 ASRsElected ASR
  16. 16.  Consists of 40 ASRs Meet regularly to address micro issues Local governance evolving Interface with administration Citizen’s Corporator facilitates interaction Ensure better service delivery Annual budgetary plan Allocation of Corporator Fund
  17. 17.  Ward 63 identified EPs identified ASRs identified Ward Committee formed Local area meetings organised Press and media organised Celebrity endorsers
  18. 18. Nagar Raj Structure Power to the People throughParticipation, Accountabil ity, Transparency
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