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વડોદરા મહાનગરપાલિકા પા પા પગલી અંતર્ગત ઇન્સ્ટ્રક્ટર ભરતી જાહેરાત 2021

 

વડોદરા મહાનગરપાલિકા પા પા પગલી અંતર્ગત ઇન્સ્ટ્રક્ટર ભરતી જાહેરાત 2021


As far back as the year 183d, it was realised that municipal work was necessary within the
city walls, and it was ordered that the four principal roads should be regularly watered by a newly created municipal agency. The cost was to be met by the levy of a cess from the keepers of the shops. This cess was collected but for a short times, though the work of watering the roads continued and the expenses were borne by the their Baroda state Govt., the responsibility of repairing the existing roads and making new ones was recognised and to defray the cost it was decided to levy dues on certain articles imported and exported. 


In 1869 and attempt was made to carry on municipal administration through a small committee consisting of different interests. The committee. Consisted of five members and was presided over by a Sudharai Kamdar or Municipal Commissioner, all nominated by the Baroda State Gov. A house tax was introduced and was assessed at Rs.2-8-0 per thousand of the house value, but the tax was soon dropped. In the year 1872, a Kalambandi was sanctioned empowering the municipality to add to its funds by levying Nazarundas, license fees on new buildings, rents on enclosures of a temporary nature erected on marriage ceremonies and rental for Govt. 


land occupied for private purposes. In the same year it was recognised that the task for arranging for sweepers for public needs within the city belonged to the municipality. A memorable advance was made in the development of local self Govt. in Baroda State in the year 1892, when Sudharai Nibandh Municipal Act was passed by his highness Late Shri Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad.


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It recoginsed for the first time the elective principal in Baroda Municipal Govt. Under this Act, the city was devided into 22 wards, each to elect one member to the Municipal Baroda. Besides the large number of elected members, there were eight ex-officio members, The Sudharai Kamdar, 


The municipal commissioner being the ex-officio president of the municipality. The whole cost of municipal administration was borne by the Baroda State Govt. The municipal Act of 1905 not only conferred financial independence on the municipality adding to its importance, as well as responsibilities, duties and powers, but also to a large extent separated the administrative functions from the purely executive. The Municipal Commissioner at once created to be the servant and master of the municipality. The new Act specifically laid down that no stipendiary servant of the municipality can hold office as a councillor, much less as its president. The Suba of the municipality. The Act of 1905 was based chiefly upon the Bombay District Municipal Act as amended in 1901, altered where necessary to suit local conditions and circumstances. It provided for a Municipal Board consisting of 37 members of whom 25 were elected by the people triennially, 6 were nominated by the Govt. and 6 were ex-officio members of the municipality.


The whole municipal administration vested in the corporation, which was in the last instance, responsible to the Govt. for its efficient management of municipal affairs. Expect in matters, which were specially provided for in the Act itself such no taxation, making or amending rules and regulations for internal and bye-laws for external management, compulsory acquisition of building or land and such other cognate matters pertaining to and requiring help from the Govt., the municipality enjoyed full and independent powers. In 1928, posts of the president and the municipal commissioner, was separated, the former being held by a nominated non-official and the later by an officer of the state up to the grade of suba. The right of electing its own president was conferred upon the city municipality in 1939 the year when the great visionary Maharaja Sayajirao passed away.

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