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MUMBAI REPORT CARD MUNICIPAL COUNCILLORS 2011. Why we need to monitor our Elected Representatives (ER’s). Steady decline in the quality of governance in the last three decades. Growing frustration amongst citizens. Elections – the only time when citizens get a ‘real’ say.

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MUMBAI REPORT CARD

MUNICIPAL COUNCILLORS 2011


Why we need to monitor our elected representatives er s
Why we need to monitor our Elected Representatives (ER’s)

  • Steady decline in the quality of governance in the last three decades.

  • Growing frustration amongst citizens.

  • Elections – the only time when citizens get a ‘real’ say.

  • Looking at the growing deficiency in governance and the increasing needs of the citizens, Praja has decided to come out with a document to keep track of the performance of the ERs on an ongoing basis.

  • This report card can also become the basis of a constructive dialogues between citizens, ERs & government.


The constitution as a basis for monitoring of elected representatives
The Constitution as a Basis for monitoring of Elected Representatives

  • ERs derive their powers for functioning through the Constitution.

  • They are mandated to Attend Sessions, Raise people’s Issues, Debate, Participate in Discussions and Pass legislations.

  • The Constitution, in particular, the 12th Schedule of the Constitution that was introduced through the 73rd and 74th Amendments of the Constitution, and the Mumbai Municipal Corporation (MMC) Act, 1888, defines the powers and rules of functioning of the Municipal Councillors, hence only the Constitution & the MMC Act can provide the parameters for their monitoring.


Parameters for rating municipal councillors 1 4
Parameters for Rating Municipal Councillors (1/4) Representatives

Period under consideration– April 2010 to March 2011

RTI Data Source: 1 Municipal Secretary, MCGM (MCGM Head Office and BEST) and Assistant Engineer (Maintenance), MCGM (from all the 24 Administrative Wards of MCGM); 2 Election Commission Department, MCGM; 3 Mumbai Police.


Parameters for rating municipal councillors 2 4
Parameters for Rating RepresentativesMunicipal Councillors (2/4)

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Parameters for rating municipal councillors 3 4
Parameters for Rating RepresentativesMunicipal Councillors (3/4)

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Parameters for rating municipal councillors 4 4
Parameters for Rating RepresentativesMunicipal Councillors (4/4)


Ranking pages of municipal councillors
Ranking pages of RepresentativesMunicipal Councillors

Grade A – Between 100% to 80%

Grade B – Less than 80% to 70%

Grade C – Less than 70% to 60%

Grade D – Less than 60% to 50%

Grade E – Less than 50% to 35%

Grade F – Less than 35%


Interesting facts from the RepresentativesMumbai Report CardMunicipal Councillors 2011(Period under consideration – April 2010 to March 2011)



Thank you
THANK YOU!!! any committee during 2010-11


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