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As we enter the last lap of the 2012 BMC elections, the poll turf is buzzing with activity. Political parties are declaring the list of candidates, incumbents are either sulking or rejoicing, ...

As we enter the last lap of the 2012 BMC elections, the poll turf is buzzing with activity. Political parties are declaring the list of candidates, incumbents are either sulking or rejoicing, preparations for canvassing are going on in full swing, strategies are being decided behind closed doors or open forums, and media too is stirring the pot with great vigour and vigilance.

In the ensuing melee, we at Praja decided to prioritise the top few issues that the citizen of Mumbai have been complaining about. Based on complaints filed with the BMC over the past 3 years in each ward, we have listed down three top issues in civic, health and education segments. For good measure, we also took into consideration the results of the perception survey we conducted during May last year against a sample of over 28,707 citizen of Mumbai.

This paper is not meant to be an indictment of the past performances. It should actually be taken as the
agenda for the next lot of councillors who will be elected by the citizen. Facts are simple. Each ward has
three top issues that its citizens have been complaining about. The onus on tackling these issues rests
clearly on the next lot of elected representatives’.

Which brings us back to the crux of a democratic process: What exactly is the role of the elected
representatives? Over the years, Praja has discovered that our elected representatives do not even attend meetings at the BMC. Worse, both the quality and quantity of the questions asked by our elected
representatives in the BMC committee meetings leave a lot be desired.

Our elected representatives need to understand that their role in the BMC is to ensure that the BMC
administration addresses the grievances. This can only happen if they are armed with data, if they attend the meetings and if they ask the right probing questions. They need to be the sentinels of BMC machinery who execute the work.

Let’s hope the newly elected representatives of the BMC keep these agenda in mind during their five year term. And may the best candidate win.

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    • www.praja.org WHITE PAPER Ward-wise Top Issues:Where Mumbai’s New Municipal Councillors Need to Pay Attention February 2012 Supported by FORD FOUNDATION 1
    • www.praja.org Table of Content PageSr. No. Title No. Foreword 4 Graph1 Civic data of top three Civic Complaints during the period April 2008 to March 2011 52 Occurrences of top three Sensitive Diseases/Ailments registered at Municipal 6 Dispensaries during the period April 2008 to March 20113 Top three issues as per a Perception Survey 7 TABLE1 Ward wise Attendance and Questions asked by Councillors in ‘All Committees’ 8 during the period April 2010 to March 20112 Ward wise Attendance and Questions asked by Councillors in ‘Ward Committee’ 9 during the period April 2010 to March 2011 Ward-wise Comparison of Data on Civic Complaints, Health Issues, Education and Perception Survey with Councillors Attendance, Total No. Of Questions Asked (in all the Committees and in respective Ward Committee) and No. of Questions Asked on Civic Issues, Health Issues and Education Issues1 Comparison for ‘A’ Ward 102 Comparison for ‘B’ Ward 113 Comparison for ‘C’ Ward 124 Comparison for ‘D’ Ward 135 Comparison for ‘E’ Ward 146 Comparison for ‘F/N’ Ward 157 Comparison for ‘F/S’ Ward 168 Comparison for ‘G/N’ Ward 179 Comparison for ‘G/S’ Ward 1810 Comparison for ‘H/E’ Ward 1911 Comparison for ‘H/W’ Ward 20 2
    • www.praja.org12 Comparison for ‘K/E’ Ward 2113 Comparison for ‘K/W’ Ward 2214 Comparison for ‘L’ Ward 2315 Comparison for ‘M/E’ Ward 2416 Comparison for ‘M/W’ Ward 2517 Comparison for ‘N’ Ward 2618 Comparison for ‘P/N’ Ward 2719 Comparison for ‘P/S’ Ward 2820 Comparison for ‘R/C’ Ward 2921 Comparison for ‘R/N’ Ward 3022 Comparison for ‘R/S’ Ward 3123 Comparison for ‘S’ Ward 3224 Comparison for ‘T’ Ward 33 3
    • www.praja.org1. ForewordAs we enter the last lap of the 2012 BMC elections, the poll turf is buzzing with activity. Political parties aredeclaring the list of candidates, incumbents are either sulking or rejoicing, preparations for canvassing aregoing on in full swing, strategies are being decided behind closed doors or open forums, and media too isstirring the pot with great vigour and vigilance.In the ensuing melee, we at Praja decided to prioritise the top few issues that the citizen of Mumbai havebeen complaining about. Based on complaints filed with the BMC over the past 3 years in each ward, wehave listed down three top issues in civic, health and education segments. For good measure, we also tookinto consideration the results of the perception survey we conducted during May last year against a sampleof over 28,707 citizen of Mumbai.This paper is not meant to be an indictment of the past performances. It should actually be taken as theagenda for the next lot of councillors who will be elected by the citizen. Facts are simple. Each ward hasthree top issues that its citizens have been complaining about. The onus on tackling these issues restsclearly on the next lot of elected representatives’.Which brings us back to the crux of a democratic process: What exactly is the role of the electedrepresentatives? Over the years, Praja has discovered that our elected representatives do not even attendmeetings at the BMC. Worse, both the quality and quantity of the questions asked by our electedrepresentatives in the BMC committee meetings leave a lot be desired.Our elected representatives need to understand that their role in the BMC is to ensure that the BMCadministration addresses the grievances. This can only happen if they are armed with data, if they attendthe meetings and if they ask the right probing questions. They need to be the sentinels of BMC machinerywho execute the work.Let’s hope the newly elected representatives of the BMC keep these agenda in mind during their five yearterm. And may the best candidate win.Nitai MehtaManaging TrusteePraja Foundation 4
    • www.praja.org Graph 1: Civic data of top three Civic Complaints during the period April 2008 to March 2011Inference:Drainage, Water Supply and License are the ward-wise key top issues across the city as per the civiccomplaint system. 5
    • www.praja.org Graph 2: Occurrences of top three Sensitive Diseases/Ailments registered at Municipal Dispensaries during the period April 2008 to March 2011Inference:As per health statistics on occurrences of sensitive diseases/ailments, the ward-wise top health issuesare related to Diarrhoea and Malaria. 6
    • www.praja.org Graph 3: Top three issues as per a Perception SurveyInference:As per a perception survey of a sample population of 28,707 people, the ward-wise key issues are WaterLogging and Pollution. 7
    • www.praja.org Table 1: Ward wise Attendance and Questions asked by Councillors in ‘All Committees’ during the period April 2010 to March 2011 Attendance Question Questions Questions Questions No. of in Meetings Total Per asked on asked on asked on Ward Councillors (%) Question Person Civic Health Education A Ward 4 79% 58 15 30 6 5 B Ward 3 37% 15 5 5 0 3 C Ward 4 53% 45 11 26 0 1 D Ward 7 82% 65 9 48 7 3 E Ward 8 70% 91 11 56 7 2 F/N Ward 9 70% 105 12 60 1 4 F/S Ward 7 78% 32 5 9 1 0 G/N Ward 11 71% 99 9 75 5 5 G/S Ward 9 79% 130 14 80 6 18 H/E Ward 10 72% 79 8 38 1 3 H/W Ward 6 68% 60 10 34 1 6 K/E Ward 15 63% 102 7 59 6 5 K/W Ward 13 69% 113 9 55 5 7 L Ward 15 65% 177 12 95 16 4 M/E Ward 13 67% 117 9 65 3 17 M/W Ward 8 57% 84 11 41 8 11 N Ward 12 75% 111 9 78 9 1 P/N Ward 16 68% 135 8 66 2 5 P/S Ward 8 85% 99 12 53 4 3 R/C Ward 9 85% 99 11 54 4 5 R/N Ward 7 77% 74 11 41 5 2 R/S Ward 11 60% 78 7 37 5 12 S Ward 13 66% 78 6 50 7 3 T Ward 6 78% 96 16 51 3 3Inferences:In eleven wards, attendance was less than 70%.In twelve wards, questions asked per person are less than 10.In two wards, less than 10 questions on Civic issues were asked.In eleven wards, less than five questions on Health issues were asked.In three wards, zero or only a single question on Education issues was asked. 8
    • www.praja.org Table 2: Ward wise Attendance and Questions asked by Councillors in ‘Ward Committee’ during the period April 2010 to March 2011 Total Zero Attendance Question Ward questions in ward asked in committee asked no No. of committee Ward Question of Top Issues asked by Ward Councillors (%) Committee Per Person Councillors Councillors A Ward 4 52% 1 0.25 3 Naming/ Renaming of Roads B Ward 3 31% 6 2 2 Solid Waste Management C Ward 4 47% 20 5 2 Naming/ Renaming of Roads D Ward 7 71% 42 6 0 Roads related E Ward 8 58% 29 4 3 Naming/ Renaming of Roads F/N Ward 9 51% 28 3 0 Naming/ Renaming of Roads F/S Ward 7 76% 12 2 1 Naming/ Renaming of Roads G/N Ward 11 76% 84 8 2 Roads related G/S Ward 9 76% 57 6 0 Water Supply H/E Ward 10 71% 20 2 4 Drainage H/W Ward 6 76% 17 3 1 Naming/ Renaming of Roads K/E Ward 15 69% 59 4 2 Storm Water Drainage(SWD) K/W Ward 13 73% 69 5 0 Naming/ Renaming of Roads L Ward 15 65% 66 4 2 Naming/ Renaming of Roads M/E Ward 13 73% 71 5 0 Water Supply M/W Ward 8 62% 36 5 1 Naming/ Renaming of Roads N Ward 12 70% 70 6 1 Roads related P/N Ward 16 77% 39 2 6 Naming/ Renaming of Roads P/S Ward 8 75% 21 3 0 Naming/ Renaming of Roads R/C Ward 9 87% 36 4 0 Naming/ Renaming of Roads R/N Ward 7 69% 17 2 2 Water Supply R/S Ward 11 58% 23 2 3 Naming/ Renaming of Roads S Ward 13 54% 35 3 3 Roads related/ SWD/license T Ward 6 76% 35 6 0 Naming/ Renaming of RoadsInferences:38 Councillors have not even have asked a single question in Ward committee meetings.Top questions asked in 14 wards are on Naming/ Renaming of Roads in Ward committee meetings.In eleven wards, attendance was less than 70% Ward committee meetings.In 19 Wards less than 6 Questions per councillor is has been asked.There are only 8 Wards in which all the councillors have asked atleast one question. 9
    • www.praja.org1. Comparison for ‘A’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 411 Drainage 407 License 439 SWM 312 SWM 250 Drainage 399[ License 246 License 221 SWM 243 30 Questions asked on civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurre Cause Occurre Disease Occurre Cause Occurr Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease nces Death nces nces Death ences ences Death nces Hyperten Tuberculo Tuberculos Tuberculo 2562 232 Diarrhoea 1440 299 Diarrhoea 1522 238 sion sis is sis Hypertens Hyperten Hypertensi Hypertens HypertenDiarrhoea 1213 59 1369 48 1338 37 ion sion on ion sion Tubercul 292 Diarrhoea 8 Malaria 664 Malaria 9 Malaria 1221 Diarrhoea 13 osis Total 4245 Malaria 2 Total 3966 Diarrhoea 8 Total 4645 Malaria 11 {{{{ Six Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 7410 7766 7969 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 162 178 172 Dropout ratio (per 100) 2 7 4 Total Teacher 156 186 175 Teachers ratio 48 42 46 Five Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 4 79 58 15 1As per the Perception Survey of 492 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption, urveyTraffic jams & Congestion of roads and Water Logging during rainy season.Inference:Drainage with 1217 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the com complaints; whileHypertension with 5269 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, ;Corruption is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘A’ have asked only a single question in the WardCommittee. 10
    • www.praja.org2. Comparison for ‘B’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 1214 Drainage 768 Drainage 627 SWM 899 SWM 678 SWM 541 License 254 License 309 License 450 Five Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurr Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death ences ences Death nces Tubercul Tuberculos TuberculoDiarrhoea 1220 118 Diarrhoea 1654 104 Diarrhoea 1844 131 osis is sisHypertens Hyperten Hypertens Hypertensi Hypertens Hyperten 436 32 750 26 1353 27 ion sion ion on ion sion Malaria 274 Diarrhoea 11 Malaria 552 Malaria 12 Malaria 1147 Malaria 14 Total 2261 Malaria 3 Total 3295 Diarrhoea 8 Total 5017 Diarrhoea 10 Zero Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 2747 2945 2672 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 121 119 108 Dropout ratio (per 100) 7 6 3 Total Teacher 66 90 86 Teachers ratio 42 33 31 Three Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 3 37 15 5 6As per the Perception survey of 363 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption,Traffic jams & Congestion of roads and Water Logging during rainy season.Inference:Drainage with 2609 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whil whileDiarrhoea with 4718 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, ;Corruption is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘B’ have attended only 37% of their meetingsand questions asked per councillor is five, with six questions in the Ward Committee, five on Civic issues ncillorand not even a single question on Health. 11
    • www.praja.org3. Comparison for ‘C’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 772 Drainage 743 Drainage 1120 Drainage 660 Water Supply 623 SWM 710 SWM 603 SWM 491 Water Supply 582 26 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tubercul Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 944 153 Diarrhoea 1309 113 Diarrhoea 2019 99 osis sis sisHypertens Hyperten Hypertens Hyperten Hyperten 641 88 653 52 Malaria 1532 35 ion sion ion sion sion Hypertens Malaria 238 Diarrhoea 12 Malaria 426 Malaria 12 599 Malaria 23 ion Total 2068 Malaria 5 Total 2587 Diarrhoea 8 Total 4310 Diarrhoea 6 Zero Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 891 860 842 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 0 0 0 Dropout ratio (per 100) 0 3 15 Total Teacher 32 35 37 Teachers ratio 28 25 23 One Question asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 4 53 45 11 20As per the Perception survey of 489 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption,Water Logging during rainy season and Water Supply.Inference:Drainage with 2523 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 4272 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, ;Corruption is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘C’ have attended 53% of the meetings and theirhave not asked a single question on Health and only one question on Education Education. 12
    • www.praja.org4. Comparison for ‘D’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 – 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 2553 Drainage 1861 Drainage 1942 Water Supply 1458 Water Supply 779 Water Supply 1037 Roads 682 SWM 551 SWM 864 48 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurre Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease nces Death nces Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculo Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 1175 sis 220 Diarrhoea 3579 sis 242 Diarrhoea 4536 sis 208 Hyperten Hypertensi HypertenMalaria 940 sion 154 Malaria 1645 on 98 Malaria 1774 sion 98Hyperten Hypertens Hypertenssion 532 Malaria 19 ion 949 Malaria 36 ion 686 Malaria 66Total 3054 Diarrhoea 6 Total 6507 Diarrhoea 12 Total 7297 Diarrhoea 17 Seven Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 3612 3754 3509 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 55 68 55 Dropout ratio (per 100) 10 9 6 Total Teacher 122 133 118 Teachers ratio 30 28 30 Three Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 7 82 65 9 42As per the Perception Survey of 873 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Traffic jams & Congestion of roads and Corruption. fficInference:Drainage with 6356 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 9290 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, Waterlogging during rainy season is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘D’ have asked only nine questions percouncillor. 13
    • www.praja.org5. Comparison for ‘E’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 201 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 1292 Water Supply 586 Water Supply 443 Drainage 992 Pest control 370 Pest control 340 Pest control 489 Drainage 288 Drainage 237 56 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces Tubercul Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 5490 577 Diarrhoea 8147 480 Diarrhoea 8201 515 osis sis sisHypertens Hyperten Hypertens Hyperten Hyperten 866 149 1213 119 Malaria 2945 129 ion sion ion sion sion Hypertens Malaria 750 Diarrhoea 41 Malaria 756 Malaria 74 1154 Malaria 97 ion Total 7875 Malaria 39 Total 10724 Diarrhoea 29 Total 12987 Diarrhoea 36 Seven Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 14364 12245 12346 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 194 106 137 Dropout ratio (per 100) 5 7 1 Total Teacher 337 398 328 Teachers ratio 43 31 38 Two Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 8 70 91 11 29As per the Perception Survey of 965 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Traffic jams & Congestion of roads and Pollution problems.Inference:Water Supply with 2321 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 21838 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, Water ;logging during rainy season is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘E’ have asked only a seven questions on Health. 14
    • www.praja.org6. Comparison for ‘F/N’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 278 Drainage 207 Roads 204 Garden 231 License 201 Drainage 181 Roads 204 Roads 183 License 173 60 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurre Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease nces Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tubercul Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 4063 503 Diarrhoea 5796 450 Diarrhoea 5295 759 osis sis sisTuberculo Hyperten Hypertens Hypertens 858 228 Malaria 1365 194 Malaria 2073 276 sis sion ion ionHyperten Tuberculo Tuberculo 577 Diarrhoea 37 1274 Malaria 41 1332 Malaria 96 sion sis sis Total 6210 Malaria 27 Total 10254 Diarrhoea 23 Total 11147 Diarrhoea 35 One Question asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 32445 33813 35341 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 372 374 643 Dropout ratio (per 100) 8 6 3 Total Teacher 777 850 856 Teachers ratio 42 40 41 Four Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 9 70 105 12 28As per the Perception survey of 1268 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption,Water Logging during rainy season and Pollution problems.Inference:Drainage with 666 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 15154 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, ;Corruption is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘F/N’ have asked only a single question onHealth. 15
    • www.praja.org7. Comparison for ‘F/S’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 960 Drainage 891 Drainage 506 License 166 License 177 License 288 Pest control 111 Water Supply 107 Roads 145 Nine Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurr Disease Occurr Cause Occurr Occurr Cause Occurr Disease Disease ences Death ences ences Death ences ences Death ences Tuberculos Tuberculos TuberculosDiarrhoea 4424 742 Diarrhoea 5824 980 Diarrhoea 7261 1053 is is isHypertens Hypertensi Hypertens Hypertensi Hypertensi 2649 163 3868 212 Malaria 4499 242 ion on ion on on Hypertens Malaria 1644 Malaria 38 Malaria 2991 Malaria 76 3586 Malaria 126 ion Total 9314 Diarrhoea 15 Total 13373 Diarrhoea 26 Total 16030 Diarrhoea 34 One Question asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 10454 9977 9652 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 171 169 81 Dropout ratio (per 100) 5 6 0 Total Teacher 344 295 286 Teachers ratio 30 34 34 Zero Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 7 78 32 5 12As per the Perception survey of 906 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Appropriate schools and colleges and Pollution problemsInference:Drainage with 2357 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 17509 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, Water ;logging during rainy season is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘F/S’ have asked only five questions percouncillor, a total of nine questions on Civic issues, one question on Health and not even a single questio questionson Education. 16
    • www.praja.org8. Comparison for ‘G/N’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 653 Drainage 960 Drainage 1114 Pest control 411 SWM 448 SWM 522 License 347 Pest control 402 Pest control 414 75 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurre Cause Occurre Occurre Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces nces Death nces nces Death nces Tubercul Tubercul TuberculDiarrhoea 3431 488 Diarrhoea 4343 513 Diarrhoea 5849 574 osis osis osisTuberculo Hyperten Hyperten Hyperten 714 147 Malaria 1075 188 Malaria 2088 270 sis sion sion sion Hyperten Hyperten Malaria 490 Diarrhoea 45 548 Malaria 59 746 Malaria 111 sion sion Total 4992 Malaria 24 Total 6454 Diarrhoea 40 Total 9214 Diarrhoea 54 Five Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011a) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 24689 22472 21081 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 171 226 211 Dropout ratio (per 100) 8 6 2 Total Teacher 576 628 519 Teachers ratio 43 36 41 Five Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011b) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 11 71 99 9 84As per the Perception survey of 1377 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Availabilityof public gardens / open playgrounds, Availability of public transport facilities like Auto, Taxis & Busesand Water Logging during rainy season.Inference:Drainage with 2727 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 13623 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey,Availability of public gardens / open playgrounds is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘G/N’ have asked only nine questions percouncillor. 17
    • www.praja.org9. Comparison for ‘G/S’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 748 Roads 1097 Water Supply 509 Garden 620 Water Supply 909 License 386 Roads 607 License 680 Pest control 273 80 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tubercul Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 6874 280 Diarrhoea 6776 300 Diarrhoea 7252 286 osis sis sisHypertens Hyperten Hypertens Hyperten Hyperten 1681 168 3241 186 Malaria 3115 150 ion sion ion sion sion Hypertens Malaria 711 Malaria 27 Malaria 2149 Malaria 57 2198 Malaria 130 ion Total 9682 Diarrhoea 11 Total 12703 Diarrhoea 24 Total 13694 Diarrhoea 25 Six Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 17498 19153 16284 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 589 769 746 Dropout ratio (per 100) 6 4 2 Total Teacher 588 590 519 Teachers ratio 30 32 31 18 Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 9 79 130 14 57As per the Perception survey of 1105 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption,Water Logging during rainy season and Pollution problems.Inference:Water Supply with 2166 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 20902 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey,Corruption is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘G/S’ have asked only six questions on Health. 18
    • www.praja.org10. Comparison for ‘H/E’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 118 Water Supply 139 Water Supply 129 Drainage 106 License 97 Drainage 118 License 99 Drainage 94 Roads 112 38 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurr Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death ences ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculos Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 3442 320 Diarrhoea 5697 349 Diarrhoea 6041 390 is sis sisTuberculo Hypertensi Hypertens Hyperten Hypertens Hyperten 444 180 625 235 844 157 sis on ion sion ion sionHypertens Tuberculo 443 Diarrhoea 6 503 Malaria 15 Malaria 804 Malaria 51 ion sis Total 4535 Malaria 4 Total 7403 Diarrhoea 12 Total 8425 Diarrhoea 10 One Question asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 25182 22307 25454 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 233 297 319 Dropout ratio (per 100) 6 8 3 Total Teacher 647 556 588 Teachers ratio 39 40 43 Three Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 10 72 79 8 20As per the Perception survey of 1429 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Pollution problems and Traffic jams & Congestion of roads.Inference:Water Supply with 386 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 15180 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, Waterlogging during rainy season is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘H/E’ have asked only eight questions per ringcouncillor and one question on Health. 19
    • www.praja.org11. Comparison for ‘H/W’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 733 Water Supply 574 Drainage 306 Drainage 601 Drainage 574 Water Supply 201 Roads 287 Roads 228 Roads 188 License 195 34 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tubercul Hyperten HypertenDiarrhoea 2657 204 Diarrhoea 3338 254 Diarrhoea 3946 295 osis sion sion Hyperten Tuberculo Tuberculo Malaria 1062 187 Malaria 817 184 Malaria 3360 203 sion sis sisHypertens Hypertens Hypertens 639 Malaria 11 306 Malaria 27 496 Malaria 46 ion ion ion Diarrhoe Total 4787 10 Total 4980 Diarrhoea 6 Total 8696 Diarrhoea 5 a One Question asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 9900 9943 9838 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 140 121 152 Dropout ratio (per 100) 2 3 3 Total Teacher 269 294 264 Teachers ratio 37 34 37 Six Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 6 68 60 10 17As per the Perception survey of 748 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Cleanliness &Sanitation facilities, Pollution problems and Water Logging during rainy season.Inference:Water Supply with 1508 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 9941 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey,Cleanliness and sanitation facilities is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘ ‘H/W’ have attended only 68% of their meetingsand have asked only one question on Health. 20
    • www.praja.org12. Comparison for ‘K/E’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 1050 Water Supply 1333 Water Supply 1016 Garden 573 Drainage 973 Drainage 968 Water Supply 546 License 623 License 692 59 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculo Tubercul TuberculoDiarrhoea 5997 377 Diarrhoea 7219 358 Diarrhoea 7885 399 sis osis sisTuberculo Hyperten Hypertens Hyperten Hyperten 2048 325 1715 287 Malaria 3687 327 sis sion ion sion sionHypertens Tuberculo Hypertens 1319 Diarrhoea 24 1391 Diarrhoea 33 2241 Malaria 32 ion sis ion Total 10496 Malaria 9 Total 12223 Malaria 20 Total 15610 Diarrhoea 17 Six Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 21998 21282 19412 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 82 65 151 Dropout ratio (per 100) 7 4 5 Total Teacher 611 597 555 Teachers ratio 36 36 35 Five Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 15 63 102 7 59As per the Perception survey of 1865 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Pollution problems and Traffic jams & Congestion of roads.Inference:Drainage with 2991 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 21101 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, Waterlogging during rainy season is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘K/E’ have attended 63% of their meetings and %asked only seven questions per councillor, six questions on Health. even 21
    • www.praja.org13. Comparison for ‘K/W’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 1007 Water Supply 1327 Drainage 796 Drainage 923 Drainage 863 Water Supply 698 License 640 Garden 605 License 631 55 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurre Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurr Disease Disease nces Death nces ences Death nces ences Death ences Hyperten Hyperten HypertensDiarrhoea 3358 sion 332 Diarrhoea 4042 sion 337 Diarrhoea 4023 ion 511Hypertens Tuberculo Tuberculo Tuberculo ion 693 sis 311 Malaria 1100 sis 261 Malaria 2524 sis 377 Tuberculo Malaria 652 Malaria 27 sis 260 Malaria 31 Diabetes 294 Malaria 26 Total 5369 Diarrhoea 8 Total 5535 Diarrhoea 25 Total 7286 Diarrhoea 11 Five Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 21008 20648 20112 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 74 257 300 Dropout ratio (per 100) 5 6 6 Total Teacher 579 579 545 Teachers ratio 36 36 37 Seven Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 13 69 113 9 69As per the Perception survey of 1576 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Traffic jams& Congestion of roads, Cleanliness & Sanitation facilities and Water Logging during rainy season.Inference:Water Supply with 3032 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 11423 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, TTrafficjams Congestion of roads is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘K/W’ have attended 69% of their meetings andasked only nine questions per councillor, five questions on Health Health. 22
    • www.praja.org14. Comparison for ‘L’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 724 Drainage 658 Drainage 670 Water Supply 385 Water Supply 422 Water Supply 369 License 329 License 241 License 276 95 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculo Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 5379 sis 363 Diarrhoea 11971 sis 447 Diarrhoea 12588 sis 533Tuberculo Hyperten Tuberculo Hyperten Hyperten sis 760 sion 122 sis 1118 sion 114 Malaria 1718 sion 179 Tuberculo Malaria 376 Diarrhoea 34 Malaria 832 Diarrhoea 44 sis 1118 Diarrhoea 64 Total 6866 Malaria 19 Total 14593 Malaria 27 Total 16219 Malaria 63 16 Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 34261 33864 33138 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 38 52 284 Dropout ratio (per 100) 6 7 6 Total Teacher 833 893 820 Teachers ratio 41 38 40 Four Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 15 65 177 12 66As per the Perception survey of 1767 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption,Availability of public gardens / open playgrounds and Traffic jams & Congestion of roads.Inference:Drainage with 2052 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 29938 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey,Corruption during rainy season is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘L’ have attended 65% of their meetings andasked twelve questions per councillor. 23
    • www.praja.org15. Comparison for ‘M/E’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 1672 Water Supply 2148 Water Supply 1694 Drainage 456 Drainage 454 Drainage 372 SWM 425 Pest control 198 SWM 224 65 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurre Cause Occurre Disease Occurre Cause Occurr Occurr Cause OccurrDisease Disease nces Death nces nces Death ences ences Death ences Tuberculo Tuberculos TuberculoDiarrhoea 1461 sis 537 Diarrhoea 3769 is 554 Diarrhoea 6108 sis 552 Hypertens Hypertensi Hypertens Hyperten Malaria 536 ion 132 Malaria 661 on 87 ion 392 sion 119Hyperten Hyperten sion 379 Diarrhoea 17 sion 142 Diarrhoea 44 Diabetes 242 Diarrhoea 65 Total 2753 Malaria 12 Total 4728 Malaria 26 Total 7083 Malaria 25 Three Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 46696 48268 50482 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 0 0 0 Dropout ratio (per 100) 8 6 4 Total Teacher 1011 1024 994 Teachers ratio 46 47 51 17 Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 13 67 117 9 71As per the Perception survey of 1631 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption,Cleanliness & Sanitation facilities and Pollution problems.Inference:Water Supply with 5514 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 11338 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, 8Corruption is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘M/E’ have attended 67% of their meetings and %asked only nine questions per councillor, three questions on Health. 24
    • www.praja.org16. Comparison for ‘M/W’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 200 to March 2011 2008 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 705 Water Supply 1065 Water Supply 807 Drainage 482 Drainage 619 Drainage 525 License 139 Roads 187 License 179 41 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculo Tubercul TuberculoDiarrhoea 3715 sis 376 Diarrhoea 4763 osis 241 Diarrhoea 5083 sis 347Hypertens Hypertens Hypertens Hyperten Hypertens Hyperten ion 321 ion 143 ion 529 sion 55 ion 709 sion 53 Malaria 244 Malaria 19 Malaria 291 Malaria 14 Malaria 622 Malaria 27 Total 4680 Diarrhoea 10 Total 6076 Diarrhoea 10 Total 6944 Diarrhoea 15 Eight Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 17125 17869 17849 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 0 34 238 Dropout ratio (per 100) 7 7 7 Total Teacher 432 449 431 Teachers ratio 40 40 41 11 Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 8 57 84 11 36As per the Perception survey of 1004 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Pollution problems and Corruption.Inference:Water Supply with 2577 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 13561 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, WaterLogging during rainy season is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘M/W’ have attended 57% of their meetings andasked only eleven questions per councillor, eight questions on Health. 25
    • www.praja.org17. Comparison for ‘N’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 365 Drainage 290 Drainage 292 Water Supply 214 Water Supply 198 Water Supply 202 License 171 Roads 166 License 191 78 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculo Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 3381 sis 412 Diarrhoea 6636 sis 426 Diarrhoea 7869 sis 425 Hyperten Hyperten Hypertens Malaria 244 sion 81 Malaria 880 sion 83 Malaria 1909 ion 68Tuberculo Tuberculo Tuberculo sis 120 Malaria 16 sis 96 Malaria 21 sis 65 Malaria 38 Total 3820 Diarrhoea 9 Total 7701 Diarrhoea 6 Total 9919 Diarrhoea 12 Nine Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 31593 32623 29077 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 463 655 901 Dropout ratio (per 100) 4 5 2 Total Teacher 961 831 817 Teachers ratio 33 39 36 One Question asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 12 75 111 9 70As per the Perception survey of 1628 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Pollution problems and Traffic jams & Congestion of roads.Inference:Drainage with 947 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 17886 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perce perception survey, WaterLogging during rainy season is the top issue. oggingDuring April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘N’ have asked only nine questions percouncillor, nine questions on Health and one question on Education. 26
    • www.praja.org18. Comparison for ‘P/N’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 ivic 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 388 Water Supply 313 Drainage 386 Drainage 320 Drainage 277 Water Supply 314 Roads 243 License 248 License 276 66 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurr Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death ences ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculos Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 2104 is 368 Diarrhoea 2861 sis 381 Diarrhoea 2741 sis 479Hypertens Hypertensi Hyperten Hyperten ion 405 on 209 Malaria 220 sion 224 Malaria 385 sion 239Tuberculo Hypertens Hypertens sis 187 Diarrhoea 44 ion 172 Diarrhoea 30 ion 282 Diarrhoea 70 Total 2799 Malaria 23 Total 3476 Malaria 21 Total 3516 Malaria 60 Two Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 38856 40677 38381 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 931 911 823 Dropout ratio (per 100) 6 7 7 Total Teacher 876 865 847 Teachers ratio 44 47 45 Five Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 16 68 135 8 39As per the Perception survey of 2085 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Pollution problems and Cleanliness & Sanitation facilities.Inference:Water Supply with 1015 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 7706 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, WaterLogging during rainy season is the top issue. oggingDuring April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘P/N’ have attended 68% of their meetings and uringasked only eight questions per councillor, two question on Health. questions 27
    • www.praja.org19. Comparison for ‘P/S’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 242 Drainage 254 Drainage 304 Roads 190 License 217 SWM 266 SWM 158 Water Supply 158 Roads 214 Water Supply 158 53 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurr Occurre Cause Occurre Occurre Cause Occurr Disease Disease ences Death ences Disease nces Death nces nces Death ences Tuberculo Tubercul HypertenDiarrhoea 804 sis 246 Diarrhoea 1423 osis 227 Diarrhoea 1062 sion 243 Hypertens Hyperten Tuberculo Malaria 92 ion 124 Malaria 150 sion 159 Malaria 251 sis 238Tuberculo Hyperten Hyperten sis 71 Diarrhoea 20 sion 132 Diarrhoea 19 sion 155 Malaria 48 Total 1043 Malaria 10 Total 1812 Malaria 18 Total 1649 Diarrhoea 14 Four Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 21246 18968 16058 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 841 635 512 Dropout ratio (per 100) 7 8 4 Total Teacher 378 426 380 Teachers ratio 56 45 42 Three Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 8 85 99 12 21As per the Perception survey of 971 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Availability of public gardens / open playgrounds and Pollution problems.Inference:Drainage with 800 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 3289 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, WaterLogging during rainy season is the top issue. oggingDuring April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘P/S’ have asked only four question on Health questionsand three questions on Education. 28
    • www.praja.org20. Comparison for ‘R/C’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 713 Water Supply 487 Drainage 453 Drainage 365 Garden 419 Garden 447 Garden 359 Drainage 386 Water Supply 351 54 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Hyperten Hyperten HypertenDiarrhoea 2922 sion 264 Diarrhoea 2686 sion 286 Diarrhoea 1801 sion 287Hypertens Tubercul Hypertens Tuberculo Hypertens Tuberculo ion 915 osis 178 ion 839 sis 199 ion 890 sis 211Tuberculo sis 129 Diarrhoea 9 Diabetes 159 Malaria 11 Malaria 334 Malaria 15 Total 4139 Malaria 2 Total 3949 Diarrhoea 5 Total 3325 Diarrhoea 8 Four Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 15205 14928 13178 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 212 229 293 Dropout ratio (per 100) 10 8 3 Total Teacher 404 405 406 Teachers ratio 38 37 32 Five Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 9 85 99 11 36As per the Perception survey of 1259 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Pollution problems and Traffic jams & Congestion of roads.Inference:Water Supply with 1551 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 7409 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, WaterLogging during rainy season is the top issue. oggingDuring April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘R/C’ have asked only four questions on Health. 29
    • www.praja.org21. Comparison for ‘R/N’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints License 138 License 217 License 139 Water Supply 127 Water Supply 134 SWM 106 Drainage 106 Roads 102 Water Supply 95 41 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurr Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death ences ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculos Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 1011 is 150 Diarrhoea 1067 sis 219 Diarrhoea 946 sis 206Tuberculo Hypertensi Tuberculo Hyperten Hypertens Hyperten sis 123 on 57 sis 128 sion 75 ion 249 sion 143Hypertens Hypertens Tuberculo ion 62 Diarrhoea 3 ion 94 Malaria 14 sis 86 Malaria 22 Total 1226 Malaria 2 Total 1376 Diarrhoea 4 Total 1375 Diarrhoea 4 Five Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 8559 9304 9301 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 0 0 0 Dropout ratio (per 100) 13 9 6 Total Teacher 236 227 225 Teachers ratio 36 41 41 Two Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 7 77 74 11 17As per the Perception survey of 939 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Pollution problems and Corruption.Inference:License with 494 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; while Diarrhoeawith 3024 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, Water Loggingduring rainy season is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘R/N’ have asked only five questions on Health askedand two questions on Education. 30
    • www.praja.org22. Comparison for ‘R/S’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Water Supply 600 Water Supply 293 Drainage 272 Drainage 406 Drainage 273 Water Supply 266 Garden 247 Garden 210 Garden 235 37 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurre Cause Occurre Disease Occurre Cause Occurre Occurr Cause OccurreDisease Disease nces Death nces nces Death nces ences Death nces Tubercul Tubercul TuberculDiarrhoea 2920 osis 257 Diarrhoea 3972 osis 273 Diarrhoea 2657 osis 274Hyperten Hyperten Tubercul Hyperten Tuberculo Hyperten sion 679 sion 157 osis 765 sion 147 sis 572 sion 182Tubercul Hyperten osis 542 Diarrhoea 22 sion 184 Malaria 17 Malaria 417 Malaria 51 Total 4343 Malaria 9 Total 5182 Diarrhoea 16 Total 3954 Diarrhoea 28 Five Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 14691 13837 14013 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 587 205 272 Dropout ratio (per 100) 7 8 5 Total Teacher 373 349 362 Teachers ratio 39 40 39 12 Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 11 60 78 7 23As per the Perception survey of 1546 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: WaterLogging during rainy season, Pollution problems and Condition of Roads.Inference:Water Supply with 1159 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 9549 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, WaterLogging during rainy season is the top issue. oggingDuring April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘R/S’ have attended 60% of their meetings andasked only seven questions per councillor, five question on Health. 31
    • www.praja.org23. Comparison for ‘S’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 120 Water Supply 229 Water Supply 228 Roads 103 Drainage 201 Drainage 209 Water Supply 92 License 155 Roads 170 50 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurre Occurr Cause Occurre Disease Disease ences Death nces ences Death nces ences Death nces Tuberculo Tuberculo TuberculoDiarrhoea 2950 sis 405 Diarrhoea 4445 sis 399 Diarrhoea 5242 sis 467Tuberculo Hyperten Hyperten Tuberculo Hypertens sis 417 sion 94 Malaria 677 sion 206 sis 1551 ion 290 Tuberculo Malaria 99 Diarrhoea 21 sis 671 Diarrhoea 16 Malaria 1083 Diarrhoea 40 Total 3586 Malaria 15 Total 6098 Malaria 12 Total 8305 Malaria 26 Seven Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 18382 18126 17951 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 0 0 93 Dropout ratio (per 100) 1 9 6 Total Teacher 607 538 522 Teachers ratio 30 34 34 Three Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 13 66 78 6 35As per the Perception survey of 1670 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption,Traffic jams & Congestion of roads and Water Logging during rainy season.Inference:Water Supply with 549 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; whileDiarrhoea with 12637 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey,Corruption is the top issue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘S’ have attended 66% of their meetings andasked only six questions per councillor, seven question on Health and three questions on Education. questions 32
    • www.praja.org24. Comparison for ‘T’ Ward a) Civic Complaints for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008 – 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Issues Complaints Drainage 80 Roads 153 Roads 91 Roads 80 Drainage 136 License 86 License 66 License 128 Drainage 71 Water Supply 50 51 Questions asked on Civic issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 b) Health Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Occurre Cause Occurre Disease Occurr Cause Occurr Occurre Cause OccurreDisease Disease nces Death nces ences Death ences nces Death nces Tubercul Hyperten HypertenDiarrhoea 1387 osis 228 Diarrhoea 1620 sion 302 Diarrhoea 1976 sion 286Tuberculo Hyperten Tubercul Tubercul sis 334 sion 48 Malaria 497 osis 206 Malaria 242 osis 204Hyperten Tuberculo Tuberculo sion 75 Diarrhoea 5 sis 393 Malaria 11 sis 191 Malaria 18 Total 1846 Malaria 0 Total 2694 Diarrhoea 4 Total 2601 Diarrhoea 4 Three Questions asked on Health issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 c) Education Data for the Year April 2008 to March 2011 Academic year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Total Student 12459 11981 11818 th Pass out (in 10 standard) 73 75 232 Dropout ratio (per 100) 8 7 3 Total Teacher 468 399 385 Teachers ratio 27 30 31 Three Questions asked on Education issue during the year April 2010 to March 2011 d) Number of Question asked by Councillor and Attendance for Year April 2010 to March 2011 Question Total Question Ward No. of Councillors Attendance in (%) Total Question Per Person Committee 6 78 96 16 35As per the Perception survey of 751 numbers of people in the ward, the top three issues are: Corruption,Pollution problems and Cleanliness & Sanitation facilities.Inference:Roads with 324 complaints in the last three years is top civic issue as per the complaints; while Diarrhoeawith 4983 occurrences is the most sensitive disease; and as per the perception survey, Corruption is the topissue.During April 2010 and March 2011, Councillors from Ward ‘T’ have asked only three questions on Healthand three questions on Education. 33