Citizen Charter

 CONTENTS

                       

1.          Introduction

2.          Foreword by Chairman

3.         Objectives

4.         About us

5.         Water Supply

6.         Sewerage

7.         Health’s and Sanitation

8.         Births and Death Registration and Issue of Extract

9.         Prevention of Food Adulteration

10.       Other Trades Licensing

11.       Immunization

12.       Dispensaries and Maternity Homes

13.       Town Planning

14.       Roads, Street Lights

15.       Revenue Resources

16.       Swarna Jayanthi Sahari Rozgar Yojana

17.       Rain Water Harvesting

18.       E-Governance

19.       Other Institutions and Services

20.              Name And Telephone Nos., Of Chairman,   Vice-Chairman and Councilors

21.       Telephone Nos. of Key Officials

    

 INTRODUCTION

 

            Tamilnadu is leading in many Urban Sector reforms.  As part of its commitment to enhance the responsiveness and effectiveness of the civic services rendered by the urban local bodies, the State Government decided to introduce ‘Citizens Charter’ in all the urban local bodies in G.O.Ms. No. 58 MAWS Department dated 16.4.1998.  The first edition of the ‘Citizens Charter’ was released by all city municipal corporations and municipalities in the State in the year 1998-1999.  It has improved the transparency and effectiveness of the local body administration.  Based on the experience gained over the past few years and the feedback, it has been decided to bring this second edition of the ‘Citizens Charter’ with improved information to citizens to make every citizen’s interaction with the civic body easy, simple, hassle free and efficient and also ensuring accountability and transparency.

            This charter documents the citizen’s entitlement to municipal services, quality of services, quick access to information, stages to redressal of grievances and time bound.

            This charter also documents, apart from what we can offer the citizens, what the citizens can do to help us serve them better and what can be achieved if both of us join together.

FOREWORD BY CHAIRPERSON

 

 

            The  Municipal Council of Pudukkottai has adopted this second edition of citizen charter in its resolution 186 .dated 27.09.2004 with renewed commitment to provide efficient and prompt civic services to the citizens and with the fond hope that on their part, the citizens would respond and reciprocate in a positive way.

We consider this as a charter of responsibilities for us in the Municipality, both elected representatives and officials, to make a sound and responsive administration to make the town clean, green and most livable for the citizens.

            The first edition of the citizen charter was only to give specific information to the people of this town on ensuring quick response to their needs and redressal of certain grievances.  Now, we are introducing on line complaint system for certain services and a three – step normal complaint redressel system for all other services to ensure quick and efficient redressal of grievances in a time bound manner.

We are giving foremost importance to the environmental up gradation and town planning.  Door to Door collection of garbage and segregations of  the wastes at source for compost production and re-cycling of waste.  We need more helping hand from the public for the effective implementation.  The Planned city constructed during the times of old Kingdom needs continued follow up in the town planning.  Involvement of private sector in the park maintenance is a welcome measure.  Traffic educational park and a separate park for the non conventional energy sources are few of our present tasks.

            We shall acknowledge on the spot all complaints, returns, declarations, applications, intimations and all communications from the citizen.

            We invite citizens to use this charter to ensure better standards of service and bring to the notice of the concerned authorities,  as listed, any failure or non-compliance of citizens charter.

            We invite greater participation, support and assistance from the citizens,  which we value most.

            We strive each day to improve the quality of life of our citizens.

 

OBJECTIVES  

            This Citizens’ Charter is a commitment of the to achieve a STAR system.

            Simple

            Transparent

            Accountable

            Responsive

 in the administration of the civic body in fulfilling the needs of the citizens of this town.

 ¨       By providing all important information to the Citizens about the services being delivered by the Municipality.

¨       By creating a system which will receive public grievances and redress the same qualitatively and time bound.

¨       By soliciting the cooperation of the citizens in fulfilling their aspirations by mutual trust, confidence and help and by making them aware of their duties to the community.

¨       By making each citizen’s interaction with us easy, simple, hassle-free and efficient, while ensuring accountability and transparency.

¨       By introducing e-governance and automated access to all our functions and services and by directing the resultant flow of efficiency-gains towards the citizens.

¨       By being fair, efficient, citizen – friendly and outcome – focused. 

ABOUT US

            The Municipality was constituted in the year 1912 and was subsequently upgraded as Selection Grade Municipality from .22,03,1988  It has a population of . 109217  (2001 census) and an extent of  12.95 Sq. Km.,  The town is divided into 39  wards.

             The Municipal Council comprising of  39 ward councilors  is headed by Chairperson, who is elected by voters of the town. The councilors elect a Vice-Chairperson among them.

             The executive wing is headed by a commissioner and he is assisted by a team of officials like Health Officer, Municipal Engineer,  Town Planning Officer, Manager, Revenue officer and other officers.

            The history of the area around the present town of Pudukkottai dates from pre historic times.  There are extensive burial sites in the earthen part of the town near Thirukkattalai and to the west at Sadayapparai near Thirugokarnam.  Originally the town was surrounded by dense forests.  In the course of time it developed into modern Pudukkottai through the merger of several contiguous older towns and villages.

             The oldest part of the town is Thirugokarnam which perhaps dates to the eighth century.  Pudukkottai or New Fort from which the town proper takes its name might have been erected in the eighteenth century.  Such a fort built in the early years of the eighteenth century appear to have been destroyed by the invaders perhaps in the later part of eighteenth century, and this was to the east of Adappankulam in the Machuvadi area.  in the beginning of nineteenth century the town was burnt down of town planning.  in that beginning of nineteenth century  the town was bunt down by fire.  The Thondaiman, Vijaya Raghunatha rebuilt it on principles of town planning in that the main streets were laid intersecting at right angles with the palace at the centre, in the heart of the present town which was called old palace till recently (but totally demolished now) (Fig 52) According to the statistical Account of Pudukkottai in palm leaf complied in 1813 (now at Government Museum Pudukkottai) there were three palaces and six terraced houses in Pudukkottai town. in 1801 the population was 15384.  A fest contemporary publications have a word of praise for the town.  William Hamilton’s East India Gazetteer (1815) refers to this town as having wide regular and clean streets intersecting each other at right angles.  Pharaohs  Gazetteer of Southern India (1855) calls Pudukkottai. a populous town with a handsome pagoda, and a grand high mosque.  Seshaiah Sastri who was a Dewan of Pudukkottai State from 1878 to 1894 remodeled the town with an aye on modern town planning and ensured a fine drainage and water management system and expanded it with new suburbs.  Thus the town proper might have  come in to existence in the middle of seventeenth century.

             Abutting the old palace on its eastern side is the temple of Santhanathaswami.  which does not show any architectural features of antiquity.  It may belong to 17-18th century.  There is the Pallavan tank by the side of this temple.  On the northern bank of this temple there is the temple of Vitoba (Vishnu temple) which might have been a construction of the seventeenth century.  It was an important temple for the Telugu Brahmins.  The temple of Bhuvaneswari in the east of the town with  modern structures and sculptures attracts a large number of devotees.  Besides temples of different order (modern) can be seen in large numbers.

             The earliest Islamic monument in the town is found on the northern side of the big mosque in the south second street.  It is the Dargah (tomb) of Farhes Wali.  The imposing dome is in the Bijapur style of Islamic  architecture and was constructed in the early part of the eighteenth century (Fig 53).  The big mosque  near this dargha is also an old structure.  The Dargah of Chacha Beevi in South main street.  Muthal Rawthar in Machuvadi and Badesha in south third street are the other important Dargahs.  There are about twenty mosques in the town.  among which the one on south second street is the oldest.

             There are two important churches in the town. The Protestant Church is at the northern end of the town and belongs to the Swedish Mission.  It was built in 1905.  The church of Sacred Heart of Jesus and of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, an elegant spacious edifice,  was built in 1910 .  It is the principal church of the Pudukkottai Catholic Parish.  There are also a  small churches in the town. 

            The Victoria Jubilee Arch on the East Street constructed in Commemoration of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria is a notable structure in the town.

            There are several impressive Public buildings erected in indo-islamic-Dravidan-European style.  The public buildings.  Contiguous with the residence of the Collector, the College of Education and the Rajah College the District Head Quarters Hospital Ranees Girls School all built in red brick uncovered by mortar belong to the style popularised by the British architect Robert Chisholm (Fig 54) and is generally called as Indo Saracen Built at the close of 19th century.  The present Collectors Office  the New Palace a handsome structure, with its well dressed stone walls in Indo-Islamic European style was completed in the year 1928 was designed and built under the supervision of British Engineers (Fig ) 53)

             The Government Museum, Pudukkottai at Thirugokarnam now housed in an age of Building then called as the Small palace was opened  to the public in the year 1910 and it houses the objects of natural history and cultural heritage of the area (Please see Fig 67 to 74)

 The Municipality provides the following major services

1)      Water Supply

2)      Sewerage

3)      Waste Management

4)      Roads

5)      Drains

6)      Street Lights

7)      Public Conveniences

8)      Park Maintenance

9)      Recreational activities like board house.

 

             The Municipality also enforces and regulates the following activities.

1)      Tax administrations.

2)      Planning and Building permission

3)      Trade and other licenses

4)      Registration of Birth and Deaths

For each of the above services and activities, this charter provides information  about the details of services offered, response time for rendering the services or redressing grievances, whom to complain in case of default for providing the required services and how a citizen can help.

             This charter lists the names of Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and Councilors and their contact Telephone numbers for better interaction of the citizens.  The Charter also lists out the names, designations and contact Telephone numbers of key officials dealing with major issues.

             The co-operation of the citizens is solicited broadly in the following aspects:- 

¨       Segregate wastes at source

¨       Do not throw waste in Drains, streets

¨       Deposit wastes only at specified places and dust bins

¨       Do not allow children to defecate in open spaces

¨       Avoid connecting sewerage lines to open drains

¨       Avoid encroachments on public places

¨       Avoid occupation of roads and footpaths with unauthorised stacking of materials

¨       Avoid letting of waste water on to roads

 

¨       Conserve rain water and provide rain water harvesting structures in every building

¨       Avoid leaving animals on roads and public places

¨       Avoid misuse of public places including parks, open spaces, public toilets, markets, Bus stands

 ¨       Plant trees within and in front of premises, water them and nurture them to grow

¨       Report leakage of water, bursting of water / sewage   pipes, burning of street lights during day time, damage of public properties posing health hazard

¨       Avoid damage of public properties.

¨       Ensure prompt payment of property tax, profession tax , Water charges license fees and other Municipal dues.

¨       Adhere to Building Rules and avoid violations, unauthorised  constructions

¨       Adopt universal immunization

¨       Complain to the right officer in time and liaise with the ward councilor.

¨       Maintenance of water bodies pollution free.

 WATER SUPPLY

 The Municipal Engineer and his team of Engineers and Staff are responsible for protected drinking water supply in the town.  For a population of . . . . . . . . . the town requires a daily quantity of 6.15 mld.  On an average, the per capita supply is maintained at 57  lpcd Cauvery combined water supply pumped is done from Cauvery at Jeeyapuram near Trichy.  Another Water Supply System at Vellar main Ammayapatti Village is maintained by the Municipality.  

Services / Functions 

¨       Operation and Maintenance of Head works for water supply and distribution of drinking water to house holds and public stand posts

¨       Sanctioning new House service connection

¨       Conveyance and distribution of water for private and public uses.

 ¨       Billing and collection of water charges

¨       Creating awareness among people to conserve water and install Rain Water Harvesting structures

 Response Time for Complaints 

Details

Time Schedule / Response

I. Water Supply :

(Subject to availability of sanctioned strength of HSCs.)

1.a) Issue of application for new water supply house service connection

 

 

 

At the Information Centre on all working days on the spot

b) Receipt of filled applications with fees

At the information centre on all working days

c) Issue of acknowledgement

On the spot

d) Intimation to the applicant on rectification of defects noticed in the application

Within one week

e) After rectification of defects, issue of notice / chalan for remittance of fees for water supply connection

15 days

f) Effecting Water Supply House service connection

30 Days from the receipt of application

 

II Complaints / Defects :

1. Replacement of defective meter

 

 

15 days

  2. Rectification of pollution in drinking water supply 

Within 24 Hours

3. Arresting of Leakage of water in the mains

Within 24 hours

4. Minor repairs

2 days

5. Major repairs

3 days

6. Repairs to hand pumps

3 days

7. Repairs to public fountain

2 days

8. Repairs to India Mark 2 pumps / Bore wells

7 days

9. Deficiency in chlorinating

24 hours

10. For prevention of Fire

At once

 

III. Special Demand:

1. Supply of water through lorry Tanker

 

 

Within 24 hours, if piped water supply is interrupted

2. Supply of water through lorry for  Marriage / Festival

3 - 5 days

Needed Cooperation from Citizen

 ¨       Avoid wastage of water.  Do not use drinking water for gardening and other similar purposes

¨       Do not draw water unauthorisedly or through installation of pumps in municipal connection

¨       Get the repairs attended after proper intimation to corporation and under the supervision of Municipal Engineering Staff

¨       Pay water charges and other dues promptly and avoid disconnection

¨       Conserve rain water and install Rain Water Harvesting structures in all buildings.

¨       Keep the tap closed both in house and in public stand post to avoid pollution

¨       Report water leakage, theft as a public service

¨       Do not tamper with water supply connection or meters 

Whom to Contact for Redressal of Grievance  

Details

Designation and timings

¨       Initial complaint

¨       Second contact

¨       Third contact

(if the defect continues)

1. Assistant Engineer  8AM to 5PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality Ph:222253

2. Municipal Engineer   10AM to 5PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality

       ph: 222253 & 221838

3. Municipal Commissioner,

    Pudukkottai Municipality.

     ph: 221529 & 222252.

 

(Fill up the designation of the officer to be contacted with phone No.)

SEWERAGE

             The Municipal Engineer and his team of Engineers and staff are entrusted with the responsibility of maintaining this service. 

At present a detailed investigation for the underground sewage system is completed and Administrative sanction from the Government is awaited.

  FUNCTIONS / SERVICES 

 

 

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¨       Operation and maintenance of installations relating to sewerage system

¨       Sanctioning of  new house hold sewerage connections and maintenance of  house hold connections

¨       Maintenance of sewerage Treatment plant and sewerage farms

 

II. Septic Tank Cleaning 

Details

Time Schedule

1. Receipt of Application / Remittance of fees

At the Information Centre on the spot

2. Cleaning of Septic tank

Within 2 days

  Needed Cooperation from Citizens

 ¨       Do not throw other waste including animal waste and debris into the sewage lines

¨       Do not connect sewage outlets to public open drains or roadsides

¨       Adhere to safety measures before entrusting cleaning of septic tanks etc to private persons

¨       Do not tamper with sewage connections

¨       Pay tax and service charges promptly

¨       Avoid environment pollution or nuisance due to your facility 

Whom to Contact for Service Deficiency 
Details
Designation and timings

¨       Initial complaint

¨       Second contact

¨       Third contact

(If deficiency persists)

Sanitary Inspectors : Ph:222484

Municipal Health officer: ph:222484

Municipal Commissioner ph:221529

 

 

 HEALTH AND SANITATION 

Solid Waste Management

             The waste management in the town is entrusted with the Municipal Health Officer,  and a team of Sanitary Inspectors.  The aim of the Municipality is 100% collection of garbage generated in the town daily.

            In Pudukkottai Municipality there are Nine (9) Sanitary Divisions available and Nine Sanitary Inspectors, 17 Sanitary Supervisors and 324 Sanitary Workers are engaged in this work.  There is no any Privatisation  introduced.

            The daily collection of garbage is 32 Mt and transported to compost yard and processed to the Compost by Aerobic method of composting.

            The door to door collection of garbage is done property.  This is the best practices of garbage collection.            

Functions / Services

¨       Daily street cleaning and transportation of waste

¨       Night sweeping in Bus stands and market places

¨       Disposal of waste collected through various methods

¨       Removal of debris and construction  wastes

¨       Special conservancy arrangements during festivals and other important occasions attracting large number of people

¨       Bulk clearance of wastes in special premises like Kalyanamantapams, Hotels etc.,

¨       Maintenance and cleaning of public toilets, urinals on a daily basis

¨       Removal of dead animals

¨       Fee collection

Response Time for Redressal Of Grievance

Waste Management 

Sl. No.

Details

Time Schedule

1

Cleaning of Streets and Road

Monday to Saturday from 5.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. at all places (subject to change in respective Municipality)

2

Market and Bus-stand places

From 9.00 p.m. to next day 4.00 a.m.

3

Collection and removal of Garbage

Daily

4

Cleaning of public toilets, urinals

Daily

5

Complaints regarding non-removal of garbage.

24 Hours

6

Removal of dead animals

24 Hours

7

Complaints regarding non-sweeping of roads

24 Hours

8

Complaints regarding removal of debris

3 days from intimation

9

Complaints regarding removal of blockages in Public Toilets

24 Hours

Needed Cooperation from Citizens

¨       Do not throw wastes into open drains or streets

¨       Clean your premises and deposit wastes in the designated points before street clearance by conservancy staff

¨       Segregate house hold wastes as per guidelines

¨       Report non-clearance  of garbage / debris to the designated authorities

¨       Keep your premises clean. Remove bushes and shrubs then and there.  Prune trees abutting main streets and avoid obstruction to traffic and people’s movement

¨       Use public toilets / urinals properly. Avoid nuisance in open spaces / road margins

¨       Pay administrative charges and fees promptly

Whom to Contact for Service Deficiency
Details
Designation and timings

¨       Initial complaint

¨       Second contact

¨       Third contact

(If the deficiency persists)

Sanitary Inspector  5 am to 5 pm

Health Officer  5 am to 5 pm

Municipal Commissioner 10am to 5pm

 

(Fill up the designation and Telephone no.)

BIRTH AND DEATH REGISTRATION AND ISSUE OF EXTRACT 

            Under the Registration of Births and Deaths Act., the urban local bodies play a vital role in registering births and deaths within their territory and issue extracts of births / deaths to the citizens.  The following officers are entrusted with the responsibility of registration in this Municipality:- 

1. Sanitary Inspector

2. Municipal Commissioner.

 

Custodian of Records

Chief Registrar for the town

Registrar

There are Birth and Death Unit Sanitary Inspectors available and are the responsible staffs for the Birth land death registration work and the documents like Birth, Death still birth registrars are maintained by the division ward office.

 Service / Functions

¨       Birth Registration

¨       Death Registration

¨       Issue of extract of Birth Register

¨       Issue of extract of Death Register

¨       Application via online

(** Where applicable)

    Response Time For Services / Grievances 

Details

Rate of fees         (Fill up this column for all items)

Time Schedule

Registration of Birth

From the Date of Birth

1. Within 14 days

 

 

 

At once

2. From 15 days upto 30 days

Rs.  31/-

nil

At once

3. From 30 days upto 1 year

Rs. 5/-

7 days

4. More than 1 year (with court order)

Rs. 10/-

7 days

I. Registration of Child’s Name in the Birth Register

 

At once

1. From the date of Birth upto 1 year

-

3 days

2. More than 1 year

Rs. 5/-

7 days

II. Registration of Death

      From the date of death

1. Within 7 days

 - Nil -

 

 

At once

2. From 7 days upto 30 days

Rs. 3/-

At once

3. From 30 days upto one year

Rs. 5/-

7 days

4. More than 1 year (with Court Order)

Rs. 10/-

7 days

III. Birth / Death Certificates

Remittance of fees for First copy

 

 

Rs. 10/-

 

-- days

Additional copy / each additional copy

Rs. 5/-

-- days

 

Needed Cooperation from CitizenSs

 ¨       Register Birth immediately after birth

¨       Name the child, preferably before registration

¨       Informants for Registration should be responsible persons who could give correct personal information to avoid problems later

¨       Register death immediately after occurrence

¨       Informants should be responsible persons who could give correct personal information

¨       Avoid nick names or alias names in giving information both for the Birth and Death

¨       Insist on giving details to the Hospital where delivery occurs for registration and a copy of the Report forwarded to the Registration Authority

¨       For extracts give correct details and pay the required fees for copies and search fees

¨       Inform the mode by which you would like to receive the extract – through mail or in person or through messenger

¨       If it is through Messenger, give a specific written authorisation to collect the extract

¨       Do not insist on recording “Cause of death” in the extract for death certificate, as it is not given, even though  the information is entered in the main register of deaths.

 Whom To Contact For Deficiency Of Service

Details
Designation and timings

First complaint

Second contact

Third contact

Birth Registrar

Municipal Health Officer

Commissioner

 

(Fill up the designation with Telephone no.)

 PREVENTION OF FOOD ADULTERATION

             The Health officer  / sanitary officer of the Municipality and his team of Food Inspectors are entrusted with the responsibility of enforcement of the “Prevention of Food Adulteration Act” within the Municipal limit.  The trades / traders handling food articles are also licensed.

            In Pudukkottai Municipality Municipal Health Officer, and Food Inspector are responsible for PFA Activities.  Under the PFA Act license fees fixed Rs. 25/- year the traders are remitted license feed to the Municipal treasury the license will given thirty days from the receipt of license fees.  There is no any penalty for the license fees.

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            The dangerous and offensive trades licenses are collected year by one.  The responsible for this work is the concerned sanitary inspector and licensing authority is the Municipal Commissioner.

            The application for license will be collected or February month the license will gives offer 60 days of remittance.  The documents like building approval and ownership certificate will produced the application.

The notice of license fee is fixed by various trades (The list of license fee is enclosed.)

Functions / Services / Enforcement

¨       Have a watch over the sale of food articles within the territory

¨       If there are complaints or suspicion take samples of the food and send it to laboratory of analysis

¨       If found adulterated, prosecute the offender in a court of law and pursue, so that it will act as a deterrent

¨       Issue  license for trades under the Act after verification and collection of fees

¨       Create awareness among people and traders

Response Time for Service / Grievance Redressal 

Details

Time Schedule

1. Issue of Application Form

At Information Centre on all working days on the spot

2. Receipt of application with fees

At Information Centre on all working days on the spot

3. Intimation to the applicant regarding defects, if any noticed in the application

Within a week

4. After rectification of defects, issue of notice / Challan for remittance of fees

Within 30 days from the receipt of application

5. Issue of License

45 days

6. Belated remittance of fees

 -

   

Renewal of License

 

Issue of application form

At Information centre on all working days on the spot

Receipt of application / remittance of fees

At Information Centre on the spot

Renewal of license

Within 45 days

 

Citizens Cooperation Solicited

 ¨       Traders should avoid selling adulterated food articles or articles which are not safe for consumption, as a service to the people

¨       Traders may inform suspected adulterated food articles in circulation

¨       Traders to obtain municipal license or renew license without fail at the appropriate time paying the prescribed fee 

¨       Insist on license card from the Authorities, if not issued within 45 days

¨       Citizens may report adulterated food staff under circulation to municipal Authorities, as it may save a valuable life. 

Whom To Contact for Deficiency Of Service 

Details
Designation and timings

First complaint

Second contact

Third contact

Food  Inspectors   Ph 222484

Municipal Health Officer,  Ph 222484

Commissioner.  Ph 221529

 

(Fill up the designation with Telephone no.)

  OTHER TRADES LICENSING

             These are normally called “Dangerous and offensive Trades” The Municipality regulates and issues licenses for using any premises within the town for running trades and installation of machineries therefor.  The responsibility for regulation and issue of license is entrusted with the following officials of the Municipality.   

1. Sanitary Inspector 

2. Municipal Health Officer

 3. Municipal Commissioner.

             The Dangerous and Offensive Trades Licenses are collected for this Licensing  authority is the Municipal Commissioner.

             The Application for license will be collected or February Month the licenses will gives after 60 days of remittance.  The documents like building approval and ownership certificate  Will produces the application.

             The rate of license fee is fixed by various trades.  (The list of license fee is enclosed).

Sl. No

Name of Trades

MDM.Act 1920 (Sec)

Amount Rs.

1

Manufacturing of Pnapthalin

249B

100

2

Dry Cleaning

249A

100

3

Sales of paddy and rice

249(b)

200

4

Melting of  sulphur

249(b)

100

5

Storing and sales of following items

249(d)

 

a)

Bones

249(d)

100

b)

Storage and preservation of tannes

249(d)

100

c)

Fish and Dry fish

249(d)

200

e

Hugger and retails sales of fish

249(d)

100

f)

Cleaning and drying of  Goat heirs

249E

100

g)

Production of fish Oils

249(e)

100

8

Manufacturing of soaps

240(F)

250

9

Printing and Dying

249(F)

100

10

Extract of edible  oil /Boiling and grinding

249(F)

100

11

Manufacturing of Bricks

249(F)

200

11a

Sales of Lime

249(F)

150

12

Manufacturing ceramics

249(F)

100

A)

Barle rice

249(H)

200

B)

Manufacturing of  Artificial Manure

249H

200

c)

Sales of pesticide and insecticide

249

500

d)

Manufacturing of Beedies and Cigarettes(within 30 workers)

 

500

f)

Manufacturing of Beedies and Cigarettes(above 30 workers)

 

1000

14

Manufacturing of Crackers and fires

 

250

15

Tea and Coffee stall

 

100

a)

Hotels Rate of A.R.V. Below  Rs. 120

 

200

b)

From 120 to 600

 

300

c)

From 600 to 1200

 

400

d)

From 1200 to 2400

 

500

e)

From 2400 to 3600

 

600

f)

From 3600 to 4800

 

800

g)

From 4800 to 6000

 

1000

16

Manufacturing of Sweets

 

 

a)

Flour

 

100

b)

Semia and Parle rice

 

250

c)

Sweets

 

250

e)

Appalam and Pickles

 

100

f)

Bakery

 

500

17

Sales

 

 

1

Manufacturing of Sweets

 

 

a)

Flour

 

50

b)

Semia and Parle rice

 

100

c)

Sweets

 

200

e)

Appalam and Pickles

 

100

f)

Bakery

 

500

g)

Night Canteens

 

100

h)

Sales of ground nut and fruits stall

 

50

18)

Manufacturing of  aerated water factory

249(M)

300

b_

Manufacturing of Ice

 

300

c)

Manufacture and storing of Mineral water

 

1000

e)

Manufacturing of Ice Creams Ice fruiits Cone Ice

 

200

19 ) A)

Sales of Wood (Upto 500 sq.ft.)

 

1000

B)

Sales of Bamboo

 

300

c)

Carpender (Upto 5 workers)

 

100

d)

Furniture (Upto 500 Sq,ft)

 

500

e)

Paddy straw (thatched roof)

 

300

f)

Sales  and storage of coal

 

200

20)

Sales  and storage of  Pulses and cereals

246(C)

 

a0

Pulses and cereals ( Retails of Maligai)

 

200

b)

Paddy and rice

 

300

c)

Ground nut

 

300

d)

Maligai

 

300

21)

Kalgandu and vellam

 

200

22)

Petty shops

 

75

23)

Storage and sales of flammable materials

249(Q)

 

a)

Kerosene

 

250

b)

Petrol and Diesel (Bunk)

 

500

c)

 Whole Sales of Crackers

 

500

d)

 Crakers shop (Retail)

 

250

e)

 Acids

 

250

24)

Manufacturing of Chemicals

 

 

a)

Film role (Cinema Theatres)

 

200

b)

Film role (Other Places) (Upto 1)

 

100

c))

Film role (Other Places) (above  1)

 

200

d)

Video film

 

200

e)

Plastic Materials

 

150

f)

Gas cylinder Depot

 

1000

g)

Gas Cylinder sales

 

500

h)

Whole sale of papers

 

300

i)

Paint and Varnish  sales

 

500

j)

Sales of Chemicals and Essence

 

100

k)

Sale of Spirit and Turpentine

 

200

l)

Roast and Sales of Cashew nut

 

200

k)

Cotton

 

200

25)

Fibre and bags

 

100

 

26)

Sales of tobacco powder

 

100

27)

Gilt of gold and silver

 

100

a)

Acids and chemicals

 

100

b)

Arappu powder

 

100

c)

Chilly powder

 

100

d)

Turmeric Powder

 

100

e)

Ret reading 

 

500

f)

Gas welding

 

100

g)

Vulcanizing

 

100

h)

Re charge of battery

 

100

28)

Printing press

 

200

29)

Clinical laboratory

 

200

30)

Septic tank Cleaning (Upto 150 Cu,ft)

 

400

31

Septic tank above 150 to 300  Commercial Building

 

1000

32)

Fit Certificate of Building

 

100

33)

Sanitary Certificate for School and College

 

250

34)

Installation (Electric power)

 

 

a)

 Upto 1 H.P.

 

25

b)

 1.HP to 5.HP

 

50

c)

5. HP to 10 HP.

 

100

d)

10HP to 50 HP

 

300

e)

50HP to 100 HP

 

500

f)

100HP to 200 HP

 

700

g)

200HP to 500 HP

 

1000

35)

Installation(Other than Electric power Manual)

 

 

a)

UPto 1 HP

 

25

b)

Upto 6 HP

 

100

c)

Upto 11 HP

 

150

d)

21 HP to 30 HP

 

200

e)

31 HP to 40 HP

 

300

f)

41HP to 100 HP

 

500

g)

101 HP to 200 HP

 

600

i)

200HP to 500 HP

 

700

36)

Grinding and roasting of Coffee powder

 

200

37)

Grinding of oil .rice, flower, lak, Air pump

 

100

38)

Cattle and Buffalos (Above 5 Nos)

 

100

39)

Dairy farm

 

300

b)

Oil . Ghee,  (whole sales)

 

200

c)

Oil and Ghee (retail)

 

100

e)

Milk and Mil products

 

100

f)

Haggar sales of Milk

 

50

g)

Mutton stall

 

200

40)

Vegetable Stall

 

100

41)

Cashew cover(Sales)

 

100

42)

Sales of Plastic

 

100

43)

 Manufacturing of Cantle

 

50

44)

Medical Shop (Allopathic)

 

100

45)

Dry fish and Fish

 

200

46)

Tin works

 

100

47)

Sales and storage of cement

 

300

48)

Aluminium and Ever silver Vessels(Manufacturing)

 

200

49)

Steel Almirah Cot and Chair(Manufacturing)

 

200

50)

Ice cream stall in (Cinema Theatre)

 

200

51)

Mechanic shop ( 4 wheeler)

 

250

52)

 Mechanic shop (2 wheeler)

 

100

53)

Power loom

 

200

54)

Soaps and plastics Manufacturing

 

100

55)

Wine shop

 

750

56)

 LPG Gas and Oxygen

 

500

57)

Xerox

 

100

58)

Marriage Hall

 

3000

59)

Private Nursing Home

 

2000

 

 

 

 

 

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Details

ARV (Rs,)

Lodging

Boarding and Lodging

1

Lodging House

1 to 50

100

300

 

 

51 to 100

200

600

 

 

101 to 200

300

900

 

 

201 to 400

400

1200

 

 

401 to 750

500`

1500

 

 

751 to 1100

600

2000

 

 

1101 to 1500

800

2400

 

 

1501 to 3000

1000

3000

 

 

Above 3000

1500

5000

 

 

With Bar attached

2000

6000

 

Functions / Services 

¨       Notify the trades, which need license together with the rate of license fees

¨       Field verification and issue of license / or  renewed license

¨       Regulate the trades imposing appropriate conditions to avoid inconvenience / nuisance to general public

¨       Fixation of rate of license fee and collection including belated fees

Response Time for Service / Grievance Redressal 

Details

Time Schedule

1. Issue of Application Form

At Information Centre on all working days on the spot

2. Receipt of application with fees

At Information Centre on all working days on the spot

3. Intimation to the applicant regarding defects, if any noticed in the application

Within a week

4. After rectification of defects, issue of notice / chalan for remittance of fees

Within 30 days from the receipt of application

5. Issue of License

45 days

6. Belated remittance of fees

--- % Penalty

 

Renewal of License 

Issue of application form

At Information centre on all working days on the spot

Receipt of application / remittance of fees

At Information Centre on the spot

Renewal of license

Within 45 days

Citizens Cooperation Solicited

 ¨       Avoid unauthorised running of trades or machineries without license

¨       Adhere to the license conditions scrupulously

¨       Obtain license / renewal of license without omission and promptly

¨       Remit the fees due promptly

¨       Do not encroach foot paths, streets by show casing the materials outside the shop

 Whom To Contact for Deficiency Of Service

Details
Designation and timings

Initial complaint

Second contact

Third contact

Sanitary Inspector  Ph:222484

Municipal  Health Officer Ph:222484

Municipal Commissioner Ph: 221529

 

(Fill up with designation of the office and Telephone no.)

IMMUNISATION 

            This Municipality is playing an active role in immunisation according to schedule and in nation wile special drives for immunisation.  The Health officer or Commissioner of the Municipality and his team of Doctors and para-medical staff are entrusted with the responsibility for immunisation programs

            In this Municipality every Wednesday covered immunisation day.  In the day DPT Oral polio vaccine, D.T., T.T. are given to Children and Anti natal mothers.  Totally  nine centres covered the Immunisation and also some children covered the Government Hospital Public Health para Medical Staff attend the work MHO, Medical Officer, and Health Visitors, Supervise the work early.  Actived the target public accept the immunisation and Co-operative the scheme in Immunisation day and issued to beneficiaries.

 FUNCTIONS / SERVICE  

 Photo

¨       Field survey and extension work by para medical staff

¨       Regular immunisation at designated places

¨       Special nation-wide programmes on immunisation

¨       Creating awareness among people for timely immunisation

 Response Time For Service / Grievance

                Details                                            Time schedule

Vaccination to public                           :           Every Wednesday  of a week

Vaccination for specific disease         :           At once, at the concerned centres

Polio Vaccination                                   :           Every Wednesday.

Anti – filaria                                           :           Once in a year through tablets

Certificate of Vaccination                      :           Two days 

How Can the Citizens Help

¨       Adhere to immunisation schedule for your children

¨       Contact municipal authorities in case of any out break of dangerous diseases  

Whom To Contact for Service / Grievance Redressal  

Details
Designation with timings

Initial Complaint

Second contact

Third contact

 

 

(Fill up with designation and Telephone no.)

 DISPENSARIES AND MATERNITY HOMES 

            There are  One Siddha Dispensary  and 5  (No.) Maternity Homes and centres catering free service to the urban poor.  They are managed by Medical Officers and other para medical staff.  They are under the overall supervision of Commissioner.

1.        Pudukulam Division

2.        Gandhi Nagar

3.        Matchuvadi

4.        Thiruvalluvar nagar

5.        West 5th

6.        Thiruvappur.

Functions / Services

¨       Providing maternity and child care

¨       Providing help and advice on Family welfare issues

¨       Immunisation and vaccination

¨       Disease preventive and curative measures

¨       Creating awareness for hygiene and immunisation

 Response time for service / grievance 

Details

Time Schedule

1. Service Maternity

Daily except Sundays

2. Dispensary

Daily except Sundays

3. Advise on Family welfare

Daily except Sundays

 Whom to Contact 

Details
Designation and timings

First Complaint

Second Contact

Third Contact

Municipal Health Officer10.00Am to 5.00PM

Municipal Commissioner 10.00 Am to 5.00 Pm

 

(Fill up with designation and Telephone no.)

 TOWN PLANNING

             The Town Planning Officer is entrusted with the responsibility of Town Planning activities.  The branch looks after regulation of building activities / lay out and other planning permissions.  The planning permission is granted by Local Planning Authority headed and the Building permission is granted by the commissioner.

            According to the Rules and Regulations which have been framed under Tamilnadu District Municipalities Act and T.N Town and Country Planning Act, the people of this town have to be guided for their building needs.  In the Day to Day activities of the Town Planning Technical Subordinates and the staffs of Town Planning section are entrusted to help the Public act the time of the office approach for their hygienic and halting building constructions.

            The Public of this town will be directed to submit their building application with necessary ownership documental evidence land the plans their proposals with pre-payment of building license fee for scrutining final within schedule of disposal of final orders will be issued in due course.  Thus the functions and regulations of Building Activities have been followed and implemented. 

Functions / Services

¨       Granting permission for construction or alteration of building

¨       Lay out / sub division plan approval

¨       Action against unauthorised constructions, violation and encroachments

¨       Preparation of master plan and other development plans and their enforcement

Response Time for Service / Grievance Redressal

Approval of Building Plan and issue of Building Licence 

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Details

Time Schedule

1

Issue of application forms / Remittance of fees

At the Information Centre on all working days – at once

2

Issue of acknowledgement

At the information centre-at once

3

Intimation to the applicant on rectification of defects noticed in the application

Within a week

4

Suggestions to the applicant for rectification of defects

Within a week

5

After rectification of defects, issue of notice / chalan for remittance of fees for building license

Within a week

6

 

Issue of Building Licence:

Application for  building licence

 

At Information Centre-at once

7

Building licence

Within 30 days

8

Plot sub division approval

90 days

9

Layout approval

90 days

10

License to Licensed surveyors

30 days

12

Demolition of unauthorised construction on public property

15 days

11

Demolition of dangerous structures

30 days

12

Removal of encroachment in Roads and municipal properties

15 days

 

How Citizens can help 

¨       Cooperation with enforcement staff

¨       No unauthorised construction or addition / alteration in the premises

¨        Start construction only after getting an approved plan

¨       Do not buy plots for construction in unapproved layouts

¨       Layout Developers to hand over Road, drains and other infrastructure to the Municipality after completion and before selling plots

¨       Follow the building Rules, Development control Rules and other regulations

¨       Report illegal constructions, dangerous constructions

¨       Avoid encroachments on public property and ensure foot paths are clear 

Whom to contact for service deficiency 

Details
Designation and timings

First Complaint

Second Contact

Third Contact

Asst. Engineer        -  222253

Municipal Engineer -  222253

Municipal Commissioner – 221529

 

(Fill up with designation and Telephone no.)

 OTHER BASIC AMENITIES

 ROADS, STREET LIGHTS 

Roads 

            The Municipal Engineer and his team of officers are entrusted with the responsibility of maintaining roads belonging to Municipality within the Municipal limit.

  In  Pudukkottai Municipality is Municipal road length of 115.600KM and Number of street 355 Nos

C.C.road  3.92 KM

B.T. Road: 97.100 KM

WBM road 13.080 KM

Un surface road : 1.500 KM

Total                : 115.600 KM

 Street Lights: 

            Pudukkottai Municipality lis maintaining the following categories of street lights.

1. Sodium Vapour Lamps (250watts)              533 Nos

2. Mercury Vapour Lamps ( 250 Watts)         : 14 Nos

3. Tube Lights 4’ (40 watts)                            : 3327 Nos

4. High Mast Light                                           : 1 Nos

Total Lights                                                     : 3875 Nos

Drains:

            Pudukkottai Municipality is maintaining is Pucca storm water drain at length of 114.00 km and number of drain 244 nos land Katcha drain 62lkm 

Functions / services  

¨       Construction and maintenance of roads, culverts, bridges, storm water drains.

 

¨       Repairs to potholes and bad patches

¨       Resurfacing the roads

¨       Widening and improvement of existing roads

¨       Repairs and maintenance of foot paths

¨       Maintenance of street furniture including  street lights

 

 ¨       Provision of parking facilities

¨       Permitting display of advertisements

¨       Maintenance of traffic islands

¨       Maintenance of side drains, avenue trees,

¨       Flood control measures to reduce damage 

Response time for service / Grievance redressal

 

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Details

Time Schedule

1

Restoration of damages caused to roads due to natural calamities

3 days

2

Filling of potholes in the roads

10 days

3

Road cutting permission

7 days

4

Patch work on roads

30 days

5

Removal of encroachments causing hindrance to traffic

3 days

6

Replacing of missing manhole lids on the drains

3 days

7

Removal of debris and construction materials on road sides by the owner of the building

1 week

8

If not removed by the owner, removal by Municipality on collection of expenses

1 Week

9

Removal of water stagnation 

24 Hours

10

Removal of drain blockage Emergency

 

Normal

24 Hours

 

 

3 days

 

Street lights 

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Details

Time Schedule

1

Repairs to Non-burning of street lights at main roads / streets

2 days

2

Repairs of street lights at inner street

3 days

 

Citizens cooperation solicited

¨       Do not damage the roads for public functions. Adhere to guidelines prescribed therefor

¨       Do not dump debris and garbage in street margins

¨       Avoid encroaching roads / streets

¨       Avoid cutting roads without permission

¨       Do not allow house hold waste water to flow into the streets

¨       Do not throw garbage into drains

¨       Do not connect sewer lines to public drains

¨       Report water stagnations, missing manholes, damaged lights, light poles

¨       Maintain avenue trees in front of premises

Whom to contact for service deficiency

 

Details
Designation and timings

First Complaint

Second Contact

Third Contact

1. Assistant Engineer  8AM to 5PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality Ph:222253

2. Municipal Engineer   10AM to 5PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality

       ph: 222253 & 221838

3. Municipal Commissioner,

    Pudukkottai Municipality.

     ph: 221529 & 222252.

 

(Fill up with designation and Telephone no.)

 REVENUE RESOURCES

Property Tax

            Property Tax is a major revenue source for the Municipality.  There are 21714.(No.) property Tax assessments and the annual demand is Rs. 2.37 Crores

A.       Assessment of Tax

1.        To gather particulars regarding Assessment. At Sevai Maiyam’ Centre then & there.

2.        Receipt of Applications for inclusion in the monthly list of Assessment : do-

3.        Orders of Levying Tax: Within 15 days.

B.       Transfer of Titles:

1.        Receipt of application and acknowledgement: In the Sevai Maiyam’ then and there.

2.        Issue of Orders: 7 days.

C.       General:

       Issue of Extracts of records:

1.        Receipt of Application and acknowledgement: At Sevai maiyam

2.        Collection of Fees:  do-

3.        Grant of copies: 3 days.

Functions / Services

¨       Determining rate of Tax and dividing Zones for the purpose

¨       Assessment of Tax on all new constructions and additional tax for additional constructions ensuring filling up of Self Assessment Returns by owners

¨       Collection of Tax

¨       Transfer of Title to properties

Response time for service / Grievance redressal

 

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Details

Time Schedule

A

Assessment of Property Tax :

 

1

Information regarding the assessment of Property Tax

At information Centre on the spot

2

Issue of acknowledgement for self assessment return

At information Centre on the spot

3

Application for inclusion in the assessment register

 

At information Centre on the spot

4

Assessment Order for new and improvement to the existing Building

20 days

b)

Name Transfer

 

 

Issue of form / acknowledgment

At information Centre on the spot

 

Issue of Orders

15 days

(a) & (b)

Issue of Certified Copies

 

1

Receipt of Forms and issue of acknowledgment

On the spot at information counter

2

Receipt of fees

At information centre on the spot

3

Issue of copies

7 days

c)

Settling tax complaints

15 days

 

(Note : If any facility had been made on line the information may be furnished here suitably  altering the details and time schedule

 

d)

Vacancy remission

30 days

Citizens cooperation solicited 

¨       Report new / additional constructions promptly and file self assessment returns fully furnishing the required information

¨       Pay Tax promptly without leaving any arrears.

¨       Insist on getting receipt for payment

¨       Avoid paying tax in installments 

Whom to contact for service / complaint 

Details
Designation with phone no and timings

First Complaint

Second Contact

Third Contact

(if deficiency persists)

1. Manager (10.00 Am to 6.00 PM)

    Pudukkottai Municipality Ph:222252

2. Municipal Engineer   3.PM to 6PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality

       ph: 222253 & 221838

3.  Municipal Commissioner,                     

    Pudukkottai Municipality. 3.00 PM to 6,00 PM

     ph: 221529 & 222252.

              For profession tax and other revenue sources also, any information required may be obtained from the same offices.  Similarly, any delay or service deficiency can also be complained to the same officers

OTHER SERVICES

SWARNA JAYANTHI SAHARI ROZGAR YOJANA

The objectives of the scheme, implemented by the Municipality are :

1.      Providing self-employment opportunity to the people living below poverty line

2.      Providing financial assistance for the economical development of women and children Groups in urban areas below poverty line

3.       

4.      Imparting training to those who are selected and interested in self-employment

5.       Engaging the public living below poverty line for the works taken in urban areas under Wage Employment program.

The people below poverty line may submit applications to the Municipality and the applications shall be scrutinized with reference to the list of people below poverty line and the eligible persons shall be recommended for financial assistance by banks.

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Details

Time schedule

1

Receipt of application form

In the information counter – on the spot

2

Submission of application

In the information counter – on the spot

3

Recommendation to banks for assistance under the scheme

30 days

4

Imparting training to eligible candidates

…. Days

 

Whom to contact for service deficiency

Details
Designation and timings

First Complaint

Second Contact

Third Contact

1. Assistant Engineer  8AM to 5PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality Ph:222253

2. Municipal Engineer   10AM to 5PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality

     ph: 222253 & 221838

3. Municipal Commissioner,

    Pudukkottai Municipality.

     ph: 221529 & 222252.

 

(Fill up with designation and Telephone no.)

   RAIN WATER HARVESTING

Rain water Harvesting  

            Rain water Harvesting is collection of rain water for drinking and other purposes.

 Why should Rain water be saved

¨       To meet water demand for domestic use

¨       To raise the ground water level

¨       To improve the quality of ground water

¨       To prevent infiltration of sea water in nearby areas of sea shore.

 Method of harvesting Rain Water

¨       Rain water can be harvested by two methods.

¨       Rooftop harvesting

¨       Surface run off harvesting

¨       Rain water from roof top can be straight away let into wells / Bore wells

¨       Rain water in the open spaces can be collected adopting various rain water harvesting methods

 Collecting of Rain water from the terrace of the Buildings

a)      Collecting through well

b)      Collecting through bore well

 To harvest Rain water in open space

a)      Percolation / Recharge pit

b)      Percolation / Recharge pit with bore

c)      Recharge trench

d)      Recharge well

 Harvesting of Rain water from thatched and tiled house

 ¨       Rain water from the thatched and tiled houses are collected through gutters in a small pit used as filter

¨       Rain water can be collected on the thatched roof by using polyphone sheets

¨       Rain water collected through filter can be stored in a tank or existing sump

¨       Approximately it costs Rs. 800 to Rs. 1000 (Excluding storage tank)

¨       Rain water from the roof top collected through gutter can be stored directly in tanks for domestic use. However, bleaching powder is to be added now and then for ensuring the quality of water. 

Whom to contact for service deficiency  

Details
Designation and timings

For Demonstration

For Installation

1. Assistant Engineer  8AM to 5PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality Ph:222253

2. Municipal Engineer   10AM to 5PM

    Pudukkottai Municipality

       ph: 222253 & 221838

3. Municipal Commissioner,

    Pudukkottai Municipality.

     ph: 221529 & 222252.

 

(With phone No.)

 

E-Governance

¨       In this Municipality data relating to property tax, water charges  Profession Tax and non-tax items have been computerized

¨       Property tax, Water Charges Profession tax and Non-Tax items are collected through Computerised Service Centers and extended collection centres

¨       Computerised Service Centres are functioning on all working days and saturday  from 10.00 A.M. to 5.P.M. so as to enable the public to remit the tax directly in the Municipality.

¨       Public can ascertain the details of Property tax water charges, profession tax, and non tax dues etc., from the Computerised Service Centers during the working hours.

¨       Birth & Death certificates are issued through computer service centers without delay.

¨       Miscellaneous collections are done through computer  at municipal treasury.

 Web site

¨       Public can get general information of the Municipality 

¨       Public can have the details of all activities of Municipality through the WEBSITE

Details of various applications / forms issued at Information Centre 

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Details

Application fee

1

Application for Water Supply HSC

(Present rate to be mentioned.  If it is free, it may also be mentioned.

2

Application for Underground Drainage Connection

 

3

Application for approval of Building Plan

 

4

1)      Application for trade license

 

 

2)      Application for license under prevention of Food Adulteration Act

 

5

1) Application for Birth Certificate

Rs. 10/-

 

2) Application for Death Certificate

Rs. 10/-

6

Property tax self assessment return – name transfer application

value Rs. 1,00,000/-  Rs.100/-  above Rs. 1,00,000/-   Rs.200/-

7

Application for assessment of Property tax

- Nil-

8

Property Tax appeal form

- Nil-

9

Other forms

- Nil -

   

OTHER INSTITUTIONS AND SERVICE

 

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Type of Institution

Nature of service

1

Library / Reading Room

News papers, Magazines Books – Free service

2

Sevai Maiyam

Received All applications

3

 

 
Name and Telephone Nos., of Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and Councillors

 

Sl. No.

Name

Telephone Number

 

 

Office

Residence

1

Thiru. Durai. Divyanathan , Chairman

221817

261787

2

Thiru. M. Rajendran, B.A.,  ViceChairman

220292

223023

 

Ward

Councilor name

Address

PHONE NO.

1

Thiru K. Baskar,

 

TS. No. 6568,              Kovilpatti East Street,   Pudukkottai.

220743          

2

Thiru R. Selvakumar,

29, Kalyanaramapuram 2nd street, Pudukkottai.

224904          

3

Tmt. C. Amudha,

40/1 Nehru Street, Thirugokarnam,      Pudukkottai.

94433 02732

4

Tmt. P. Marikkannu,

40 Adappanvayal 2nd street, Pudukkottai.

226352

5

Thiru R. Siddharthan,

1804, Ambalpuram 3rd street, Pudukkottai.

227597          

6

Tmt. V. Kanagambujam,

1418, West 3rd Street,  Pudukkottai.

224660

7

Tmt. M. Prema

1071 North 4th Street, Pudukkottai.

222338

8

Tmt. S. Bhuvaneswari,B.Sc

445 East 3rd Street, Pudukkottai.

220375

9

Tmt. S. Amudha,

Machuvadi Reservoir, Pudukkottai.

 -

10

Thiru A. Ayyappan,

36, Kamarajapuram 3rd Street, Pudukkottai.

231171

11

Thiru A. Arunachalam,

Kamarajapuram 9th Street, Pudukkottai.

231713

12

Tmt. K. Meenal,

19, Kamarajapuram 17th Street, Pudukkottai.

 -

13

Tmt. A. Selvi, M.A.

7, Ganeshnagar New Huts, Pudukkottai.

228709, 227194

14

Thiru P. Godeeswaran,

22/1 Bosenagar 11th Street, Pudukkottai.

225855

15

Thiru S. Ramanathan, B.A. B.L.,

353, East 4th Street, Pudukkottai.

94431 22829

16

Tmt. K. Ammalu,

795, North Main Street, Pudukkottai.

222519

17

Thiru K. Naina Mohamed, B.A.

South 2nd Street,   Pudukkottai.

227543        

18

Thiru M. Liyagath Ali,

Nizam Colony,        Pudukkottai.

265878         

19

Tmt. M. Dhanalakshmi,

38, Thondaiman Nagar, Pudukkottai.

 -

20

Thiru K. Marimuthu,

28, Maharajapuram, Pudukkottai.

236822

21

Thiru C. Aravindan,

53, Kamala Street,  Pudukkottai.

98651 14871

22

Thiru. C. Rajeswaran,

3, Rajagopalapuram 2nd street, Pudukkottai.

260187

23

 Thiru. M. Rajendran, B.A.

51, Janaki nagar, Pudukkottai

98424 20244

24

Thiru S. Abdul Rehman,B.A

4038, South 3rd Street, Pudukkottai.

223437           Cell: 94431 24437

25

Thiru G. Arumugam, B.Sc.

4334/1, East 3rd Street, Pudukkottai.

220156           Cell: 94431 64166

26

Tmt. P. Rani,

2994, Chackaravarthi Lane, Pudukkottai.

229571          

27

Thiru N. Muthuraman,

8, East 7th Street,  Pudukkottai.

225979

28

Tmt. H. Annamanickam, B.A.,B.Ed.,

Ayyanarpuram 2nd Street, Pudukkottai.

227189

29

Thiru R. Rajakumar,

Gandhinagar 2nd Street, Pudukkottai.

94436 46670

30

Thiru S.K. Kathiravan,D.E.C.E.

856 Ayyanapuram Middle street. Pudukkottai

94435 65141

31

Tmt. K. Aayeramvalli,

Usilankulam 3rd street, Pudukkottai.

265908

32

Thiru CT. Lakshmanan,

4510/3B East 4th Street, Pudukkottai.

94433 99465

33

Thiru A. Thomas,B.Com

105, Nizam Colony, Pudukkottai.

265671

34

Thiru A. Senthil,

Santhanathapuram 1st Street, Pudukkottai.

221356

35

Thiru R. Balakrishnan,B.sc

1059, Periyarnagar, Pudukkottai.

260666

36

Thiru M. Abdul Rahim,

12/23, Thiruvalluvar Nagar 2nd street, Pudukkottai.

267653

37

Thiru L. Sivakumar,

28, Thirumayam Road, Pudukkottai.

262317

38

Thiru M. Karunakaran,M.A.

727, Periyarnagar,  Pudukkottai.

94430 17189

39

Thiru N. Sathaiah,

L 317, Poonga Nagar, Pudukkottai

 98424 73696

 

Sl. No

Designation

Phone No Office

Residence

1

Municipal Commissioner

221529

---

2

Municipal Engineer

222253

221838

3

Manager

222252

 

4

Town Planning Officer

222484

 

5

Revenue Officer

227849

 

Emergency Contact Phone Nos 

Sl. No

Details

Phone No Office

1

Head Quarters Hospital

221775

2

Ranees Hospital

222383

3

Ammayapatti Head works

265330

4

Booster Station

221503

5

Town Police Station

222242

6

Ganesh Nagar Police Station

221736

7

Railway Station

260261

8

Machuvadi WaterTank

270772

9

Urgent (Police)

100

10

Fire Station

101

 

 

BUDGET AT A GLANCE

Abstract of Revenue Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVENUE FUND  INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Account Head

Actuals for 2003-2004 as per Income and Expenditure Account (Rs)

Budget Estimate for 2004-2005

Revisied Estimate for 2004-2005

Budget Estimate for 2005-2006

 

INCOME

 

Rupees in thousands

A

Property Tax

11493852.00

14370

12277

12599

B

Otheer Taxes

3688050.00

5018

4499

4651

C

Assigned Revenue

13594291.00

14050

9751

10301

D

Devolution Fund

21248777.00

17853

17225

17225

E

Service Charges and Fees

4007185.00

4164

3837

3922

F

Grants and Contributions

1921396.00

1350

800

1350

G

Sale and Hire Charges

1611168.00

1584

1484

1534

H

Other Income

11048747.54

13403

12856

13084

 

Total  Income

68613466.54

71792

62729

64666

 

EXPENDITURE

 

 

 

 

A

Personnel Cost

 

 

 

 

 

1. Salaries

29908487

30600

30600

33660

 

2. Others

118781

610

635

635

B

Terminal and Retirement Benefits

7255843

12840

10840

7850

C

Operating Expenses

9836349

10643

4715

10022

D

Repair and Maintenance Expenses

3145422

3050

3650

4150

E

Programme Expenses

44567

105

320

225

F

Administrative Expenses

3377489

6564

5409

4246

G

Finance Expenses

7730733.49

103778

103073

125290

H

Depreciation

8824308

8418

8418

8200

 

Total   

70241979.49

176608

167660

194278

 

Net Surplus

 

 

 

 

 

Net Deficit

1628512.95

104816

104931

129612

 

Watersupply and Drainage fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

WATERS SUPPLY  INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Account Head

Actuals for 2003-2004 as per Income and Expenditure Account (Rs)

Budget Estimate for 2004-2005

Revisied Estimate for 2004-2005

Budget Estimate for 2005-2006

 

 INCOME

 

Rupees in thousands

A

Property Tax

7418749

 

5390

5500

B

Otheer Taxes

5908603

 

8662

8055

C

Assigned Revenue

0

 

0

0

D

Devolution Fund

0

 

0

0

E

Service Charges and Fees

0

 

0

0

F

Grants and Contributions

0

 

0

0

G

Sale and Hire Charges

0

 

0

0

H

Other Income

8953

 

16

20

 

Total  Income

13336305

 

14068

13575

 

EXPENDITURE

 

 

 

 

A

Personnel Cost

 

 

 

 

 

1. Salaries

0

 

0

1890

 

2. Others

0

 

1

1

B

Terminal and Retirement Benefits

0

 

0

0

C

Operating Expenses

2466375

 

920

3000

D

Repair and Maintenance Expenses

8751115

 

8180

12700

E

Programme Expenses

0

 

0

0

F

Administrative Expenses

92575

 

0

100

G

Finance Expenses

540

 

1

501

H

Depreciation

0

 

0

0

 

Total   

11310605

 

9102

18192

 

Net Surplus

44567

 

396

812

 

Net Deficit

3377489

 

5005

2409

 

Elementary Education fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION  INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Account Head

Actuals for 2003-2004 as per Income and Expenditure Account (Rs)

Budget Estimate for 2004-2005

Revisied Estimate for 2004-2005

Budget Estimate for 2005-2006

 

INCOME

 

Rupees in thousands

A

Property Tax

2914509

 

2995

3055

B

Otheer Taxes

0

 

0

0

C

Assigned Revenue

0

 

0

0

D

Devolution Fund

0

 

0

0

E

Service Charges and Fees

0

 

0

0

F

Grants and Contributions

0

 

0

0

G

Sale and Hire Charges

0

 

0

0

H

Other Income

67

 

16

17

 

Total  Income

2914576

 

3011

3072

 

EXPENDITURE

 

 

 

 

A

Personnel Cost

 

 

 

 

 

1. Salaries

0

 

0

0

 

2. Others

0

 

0

0

B

Terminal and Retirement Benefits

0

 

0

0

C

Operating Expenses

0

 

0

0

D

Repair and Maintenance Expenses

306753

 

1050

1500

E

Programme Expenses

0

 

0

0

F

Administrative Expenses

0

 

0

40

G

Finance Expenses

0

 

0

0

H

Depreciation

0

 

0

0

 

Total    Expenditure

306753

 

1050

1540

 

Net Surplus

44567

 

396

812

 

Net Deficit

3377489

 

5005

2409

 

 

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