Right to Information

 

Section 4(1) Every public authority shall—

a)    maintain all its records duly catalogued and indexed in a manner and the form which facilitates the right to information under this Act and ensure that all records that are appropriate to be computerised are, within a reasonable time and subject to availability of resources, computerised and connected through a network all over the country on different systems so that access to such records is facilitated;

 

 

b)    publish within one hundred and twenty days from the enactment of this Act,—

(i)           the particulars of its organisation, functions and duties;

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1 dk;kZy; dh leqfpr O;oLFkk djuk A

2 vf/kdkfj;ksa @ deZpkfj;ksa dh mifLFkfr] vodk'k

3 i=ksa dk vkod&tkod] iathdj.k o fujLrhdj.k djuk A

4 fofHkUu lekpkj i=ksa esa foKkiu tkjh djuk A

 

ys[kk 'kk[kk %& ys[kk foHkkx esa ys[kkvksa ds la/kkj.k dk dk;Z fd;k tkrk gS uxj fuxe ds ys[kkvksa ds la/kkj.k ds fy, ;g foHkkx mÙkjnk;h gSa bl foHkkx ds izeq[k dk;Z ,oa drZO; fuEukuqlkj gS A

1 uxj fuxe ds izR;ssd foHkkx ls djks] 'kqYdks] usuYVh;ksa ,Oa vU; enksa ls tks jkf'k deZpkjh olqy djds ykrs gS A mudh tkap djds fu/kkZfjr jksdM iqLrd esa vafdr djds dks"k'kk[kk udn ,oa pSd dks cSad tek djuk gSaa A

2 uxj fuxe }kjk fd;s tkus okys leL;k Hkqxrkuksa dh tkap djuk o lqfuf'pr djuk gS fd tks Hkqxrku laikfnr dk;Z ds fy, fd;k tk jgk gS mldh l{ke Lojd`fr ,oa Hkqxrku ds fy, leLr ys[kk lEcfU/kr dk;Zokgh djus ds i'pkr~ ctV izko/kku ds vuqlkj tks ftl en esa [kpkZ gks ml [kkrs esa izfof"V djds l{ke vf/kdkjh dh Lohd`fr izkIr dj Hkqxrku djuk o mldk ys[kk fu/kkZfjr ys[kk iqfLrdk esa la/kkfjr djuk gS A

3 elfkd] =Sekfld ,oa okf"kZd ys[kkvksa dks rS;kj djuk ,oa vf/kdkfj;ksa dks Hkstuk

4 okf"kZd vk; O;; ¼ctV½ i=d rS;kj djuk

5 leLr izfrHkqfr;ks vekurksa vfxzeksa dsa ys[kksa dk la/kkj.k djuk

6 leLr izfrHkqfr;ksa vekurksa ,oa vads{k.k izfrosnuksa dk fujkdj.k

7 ys[kvks dk vads{k.k ,oa izfrosnuksa dk fujkdj.k

 

jktLo 'kk[kk %& uxj fuxe ds jktLo foHkkx dk eq[; dk;Z leLr djksa dh olqyh uxj fuxe dh nqdkuksa] dschuksa [kkyh Hkwfe;ksa dks fdjk;s ij vFkok vuq>k ij nsuk vkfn dk;Z lEikfnr fd;s tkrs gS A

1 lHkh izdkj ds dj fu/kkZfjr dj okf"kZd lqfp rS;kj dj fu/kkZfjr izi= esa rS;kj djuk A

2 uxj fuxe }kjk vjksfir leLr djksa o 'kqYdks dh olqyh djuk A

3 y|qrU=ky; vuqKk] VsDlh lkbZfdy vuqKk] dschu dh okf"kZd vuqKk] ygcktkjh dh okf"kZd vuqKk ds ufouhdj.k gsrq izkFkZuk i= ysdj uohuhdj.k fd;k tkrk gSa ,oa tks vuqKk/kkjh le; ij 'kqYd tek ugha djok;k mldks jktLo fujh{k.k 'kqYd tek djkus gsrw ikcUn djrs gS A

4 fuxe ds }kjk fufeZr lHkh lkeqnkf;d dsUnzksa dks fdjk;s ij nsus dk dk;Z bl 'kk[kk }kjk fd;k tkrk gS A

5 fuxe~ dk lq[kkfM+;k jaxeap ,oa Hk.Mkjh n'kZds e.Mi fdjk;s ij 'kk[kk }kjk fd;k tkrk gSA

6 okgu ikfdZx ds Bsds ij nsuk

7 foKkiu ds izlkj&izpkj gsrw gksfMZx lkbZaVs nsuk A

8 QksVksxzkQh ykbZlsUl vfuok;Z djus gsrw dk;Zokgh djukk A

9 'kgj dh fofHkUu okVhdkvksa dks ykbksUl ysus gsrq ikcan djuk A

10 uxj fuxe ekdsZV] nqdkuksa Hkwfe o vU; lEifRr ds vkoVau gsrq lkoZtfud uhykeh dh dk;Zokgh vf/kfu;e o fu;eksa ds izko/kkuksa ds vuq:i djuk o lEcfU/kr vuqcU/kksa dk fu"iknu lqfuf'pr djuk A

11 cdk;k djksa o 'kqYdks rFkk fdjk;s dh olwyh gsrw vf/kfu;e ds izko/kkuqlkj fcy ekax i= tkjh djuk o mudh rkehyh lqfuf'pr dj olwyh djuk A

12 fu/kkZfjr lkef;d i=dksa esa djksa vknh dh olwyh dh tkudkjh fofyr vf/kdkjh dks nsuk A

 

fo|qr 'kk[kk %& bl foHkkx dk dk;Z uxj fuxe dh lhek esa fLFkr ekxksZ] dksyfu;ksa ij LVhV ykbZVksa dh O;oLFkk djuk A 50 okMksZ esa ykbV dh O;oLFkk uxj fuxe }kjk dh tkrh gS ftlesa ls okMksZ esa Bsds ij rFkk 'ks"k okMksZ esa uxj fuxe }kjk dk;Z gksrk gS ArFkk yxHkx jksM ykdj ikseUV ux fuxe esuVsu dj jgh gS

 

xSjkt 'kk[kk%& bl foHkkx dk dk;Z uxj fuxe ds okguksa] e'khuksa o vU; midj.kksa dks [kjhnuk ,oa la/kkj.k o ejEer dh O;oLFkk djuk gS lkFk gh okguksa ds fy, pkyd] ifjpkyd] Dyhuj vknh LVkQ dh mifLFkfr] vodk'k vknh ij fu;U=.k djuk gS A

 

vfXu'keu 'kk[kk %& bl foHkkx ds dk;Z ,oa dRrZO; fuEu gSa

1 vfXu'keu okguksa dk la/kkj.k

2 vkx dh fLFkfr esa vfXu'keu dh Rofjr O;oLFkk

3 vkikr fLFkfr esa iz'kklu o ukxfjdksa dh lgk;rk

 

fo/kh 'kk[kk%& bl 'kk[kk dk dk;Z uxj fuxe ls lEcfU/kr leLr izdkj ds U;k;ky;hu izdj.kksa dk fuLrkj.k djokuk le; ij lEcfU/kr izdj.k dk tokc rS;kj dj U;k;ky; esa izLrqr djuk rFkk Qkbyksa ij fo/kdj.k izLrqr djuk vknh A

 

SJSRY 'kk[kk%& bl 'kk[kk }kjk dsUnz ,oa jkT; ljdkj dh dY;k.kdkjh ;kstukvk dks fØ;kfUor djuk ,oa lEcfU/kr ;kstukvksa gsrw losZ dj tkWp djuk A t:jre; ik= O;fDr;ksa dks lgk;rk igqWpkuk A

 

fjdkMZ 'kk[kk%& bl foHkkx esa lHkh foHkkxksa ds iwjkus fjdkMZ dk laxzg fd;k tkrk gS A

 

izU;kl 'kk[kk %& bl foHkkx esa Hkw[k.Mksa dh yht jk'kh tek jduk] ukekUrj.k djuk] yht Mhm iVk lcMhohtu ,dhdj.k ds fy, tkjh djuk vkdh dk;Z lEikfnr dh;s tkrs gS A

 

Hkw mi;ksx ifjorZu 'kk[kk %& bles 'kgj esa ,oa ckgjh {ks=ksa esa Hkw ifjorZu lEcf/kr dk;Z lEikfnr dh;k tkrk gS A

 

Hkou fuekZ.k vuwefr 'kk[kk %& uxj fuxe lhek esa fLFkr edkuksa ,oa [kkyh Hkw[k.Mksa dk Hkou fuekZ.k dh vuqefr dh tkrh gS A

 

Functions and Duties of Municipal Corporation

(a)      lighting public streets, places and buildings;

(b)      watering public streets, places

(c)      clearing public streets, places and sewers, and all spaces, not being private property, which are open to the enjoyment of the public, whether such spaces are vested in the board or not, removing noxious vegetation and abating all public nuisances:

(d)      removing fifth, rubbish, night soil, odour, or any other noxious or offensive matter from privies, latrines, urinals, cess-pools or other common receptacles for such matter or in pertaining to a building or buildings:.

(e)      extinguishing fires and protecting life and property when the occurs;

(f)      regulating offensive or dangerous traders or practices;

(g)      removing obstructions and projections in public streets or places and in spaces, not being private property which are open to the enjoyment of the public; whether such spaces are vested in the board of belong to the State Government;

(h)      securing or removing dangerous buildings or places and reclaiming unhealthy localities;

(i)       acquiring, maintaining changing and regulating places for he disposal to the dead and of the carcasses of dead animals;

(j)       constructing, altering and maintaining public streets, culverts, municipal boundary marks, markets, slaughter-houses, drains, sewers, drainage-work severage-work, baths washing places, drinking fountains, tanks, wells, dams and the like;

(k)      constructing public latrines, privies and urinals,

(l)       obtaining a supply or an additional supply of water, proper and sufficient for preventing danger to the health of inhabitants from the insufficiency or unwholesomeness of the existing supply;

(m)    naming streets and numbering houses;

(n)      registering births and deaths;

(o)      public vaccination;

(p)      suitable accommodation for any calves, cows or buffaloes required within the municipality for the supply of animal lymph;

(q)      arranging for the destruction or the detention and preservations of such dogs within the municipality as may be dealt with under section 208 of this Act;

(r)      printing such any annual reports on the municipal administration of the municipality as the State Government by general or special orders, requires the board to print;

(s)      paying the salary and the contingent expenditure on account of such police guards as may be required by the board for the purpose` of this Act or for the protection of any municipal property and providing such accommodation as may be required by the State Government under the law in force relating to police;

         

          1{(ss) raising volunteer force with such functions and duties in     relation to the protection of persons, the security of property and the     public safely as               may be prescribed;}

(t)       making arrangements for preparation  of compost manure from night soil and rubbish, and

(u)      establishing and maintaining cattle ponds;

(v)      promoting population control, family welfare and small family norm"}

 

Special Duties- Subject to such reasonable provision as may be made under section 98 every board shall make reasonable provision for the following special matters, namely-

(a)  provide special medical aid and accommodation for the sick in times of a                 dangerous disease and taking such measures as may be required to                   prevent the outbreak or suppress and prevent the recurrence of the                 disease;

(b)  giving relief and establishing and maintaining relief works in times of famine or scarcity, to or for destitute persons within the limits of the municipality.

 

(ii)         the powers and duties of its officers and employees;

Powers and Duties Of Chairman

(a)      to convene and preside, unless prevented by reasonable cause, at all meetings of the board and subject to the provisions of the rules for the time being in force under clause (a) of section 88 to regulate the conduct of business at such meetings;

(b)      to watch over the financial and executive administration of the board and bring to the notice of the board any defect therein;

(c)      to perform all the duties and exercise all the powers specifically imposed or conferred upon him by or delegated to him under and in accordance with this Act;

(d)      subject to the provision  of section  78 and to the rules for the time           being in force, to perform such other executive function as may be performed by or behalf of the beard over which the presides;

(e)      to exercise supervision and control over the acts and proceedings of all officers and servants of the bored in matters of executive administration and in matters concerning the accounts and records of the board and subject to the rules for the time being in force and to the provisions of Chapter XII to dispose of all questions relating to the service  of the said officers and servants, and their pay, privileges and           allowances;

(f)      to furnish to such officer as may be appointed or authorized by State Government in this behalf, a copy of every resolution passed at any meeting of the board and

(g)      to furnish any extract from the minutes of the proceedings of the board or of any committee or other document of thing which the officer, appointed or authorised by the State Government in this behalf, from time to time, call for under section 283.

 

Power of Executive Officers including Custody of Records

(a)   Executive Officer shall be responsible for the custody of all the records of the board including all papers and documents connected with the proceedings of the board and all the committees and shall arrange for performance of  such duties relating to the proceedings of such bodies as they may respectively impose.

(b)   Where any proceeding or order of a board or of any of its committee or of the Chairman or Vice-Chairman or of any member is inconsistent with the provisions of this Act and the rules made thereunder or is detriment to the interest of the board, this Executive Officer shall put up a note of dissent and report the matter to the Collector of the district and the State Government.

(c)      After examining the note of dissert reported under sub-section (2). the State Government} or any officer authorised by it in this behalf may make such order as if thinks fit which shall be binding on the board.

(d)      The Executive Officer shall have the power, subject to the provisions of this Act and rules made there under to the authenticate under this signatures all licences, permissions and orders which may be granted or given by the board under this Act and no licence or permission or order shall be legal and valid unless it has been so authenticated by the executive Officer.

(e)      {Notwithstanding anything contained in sec. 78, the Executive Officer shall exercise such powers of the board as may be prescribed.}

 

Power and Duties of Add. Mayor

(a)      It shall be the duty of the vice-chairman of a board to exercise such of the         powers and perform such of the duties of the chairman as the chairman or the                   Board from time to time delegates to him.

(b)      It shall also be the duty of the Vice- Chairman-

(i)   in the absence of the chairman and unless prevented by reasonable cause, to preside at the meetings of the board and when so presiding to exercise the same authority as is vested in the chairman under clause (a)of section 67,and

(j)   Pending the election or nomination of a chairman or during the absence of a chairman on leave, to exercise the powers and perform the duties of the chairman.

 

Powers and Duties Of Committees-

(a)      in every city there shall be a executive committees of the council consisting of

                                                  i.    the   president of the council.

                                                 ii.    the vice president of the council,

                                                iii.    seven councilors of the council elected by the council 1{including two from the women members}and,

                                               iv.    the chairman of the committees constituted of the council under sub-sections (3) & (5)

(b)      The municipal commissioner of the council shall ex-officio be the secretary of the executive committee.

(c)      In addition to the executive committee, very council shall also constitute the following committees, each consisting subject to the provisions  of section 74, of such number of member, not exceeding seven, as the council may determine, namely-

a)    a finance committee,

b)    a health and sanitation committee,

c)    a building and works committee,

d)    a rules and bye-laws committee, and

e)    a public conveyance committee.

 

(d)      The executive committee and the committees mentioned in sub-section (3) may exercise, perform and discharge such powers, duties and functions as are delegated to them 2{by the council}

(e)      Without prejudice to the provision of section 68, every board shall constitute prescribed committees for the purpose of exercising the prescribed powers, discharging the prescribed duties performing the prescribed functions.




            Work Distribution Order

 



(iii)        the procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability;

 

1.    The meeting of a committee of a board shall be conducted in accordance with such procedure as may be prescribed

2.    If the chairman of any committee has been absent from the municipality for a period exceeding fifteen days, the chairman or vice-chairman may in his               absence, call a meeting thereof.

3.    Committees may meet and adjourn as they think proper but the chairman             of a committee may whenever he thinks fit, and shall, ipon the written request of the chairman of the board or of not less than two members of the committee, and for a date not more than two days after the presentation of                     such request, call special meting of such committee.

4.    No business shall be transacted at any committee meeting unless one half of the members of the committee by present thereat.

          Subordination of committees to Instructions of board and compliance with requisition of board-

1.    Every committee shall conform to any instructions that may from time to               time be given to it by the board.  The board may, at any time, call for any             extract from any proceedings of any committees, and any return, statement             of account or report concerning or connected with any matte with which any committee has been authorised or directed to deal, and every such requisition shall unreasonable delay, be complied with by the committee so           called upon.

2.    Every order passed by a committee appointed under section 73 1{and     Section 73-A} shall be subject to revision by, and open to appeal to the board in accordance with rules that may be framed by the board  in this behalf.

 

(iv)        the norms set by it for the discharge of its functions;

 

(vi)        a statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control;

Municipal Corporation maintains various types of ledgers and registers as prescribed in the Rajasthan Municipal ordinance 2008 and other applicable laws amended by state government from time to time. Link to some of the ledgers and registers are as follows:

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(vii)      The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof;

 

 

(viii)     A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public;

 

(ix)       a directory of its officers and employees;

 

(x)         the monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations;

 

(xii)      the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes;

 

(xiii)     particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorisations granted by it;

 

(xiv)     details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form;