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Providing civic facilities to more than 13.78 million people of Delhi, Municipal Corporation of Delhi adorns the crown of being one among the largest municipal bodies in the world.


Came into being in April, 1958 under and Act of Parliament, Municipal Corporation of Delhi is skillfully shouldering the responsibility of providing infrastructure to the residents of Delhi, along with other civic governing bodies. Municipal Corporation of Delhi along with New Delhi Municipal Corporation and Cantonment Board provides the civic amenities almost all over the Delhi.

Among these three civic bodies it is the only one catering to the civic needs of resettlement colonies, regularized unauthorized colonies, JJ squatter settlements, slum basties, private katras etc. It has 12 zones namely City, Central, South, Karol Bagh, Sadar Paharganj, West, Civil Lines, Shahdara (s), Shahdara(N), Rohini, Narela and Najafgarh. Municipal Corporation of Delhi has the following departments:

  • Health
  • Taxation
  • Engineering
  • Complaints
  • Licensing
  • Community
  • Horticulture


Health: Striving hard to achieve the healthy Delhi, Health Department of Municipal Corporation of Delhi works on the principle of 'Sarve Santu Niramaya'. It is the main agency, providing preventive health care facilities in its territory. Taking care of holistic health of residents of Delhi, it is also looks after curative, rehabilitative, training and research services. It manages six major hospitals, 50 dispensaries, 6 colony and 5 primary health centers.

It is also the force behind providing comprehensive health care to all the children studying in Municipal Corporation schools.

Taxation: Taxation Department of Municipal Corporation of Delhi is one of the agencies, which fix the budget estimates of Municipal Corporation and levies taxes on the residents of Delhi for various civic amenities provided to them. It levies following taxes:

a)Property taxes
b)Tax on vehicle and animals
c)Theater tax
d)Tax on advertisements other than advertisement published in the newspaper
e)Duty on the transfer of property
f)Tax on building payable along with the application for sanction of the building plan.

Engineering Department: The vast network of well maintained roads, up coming bridges and flyovers, school buildings, hospitals and dispensaries underground and multi level parking lot all this is the work of engineering department of Municipal Corporation of Delhi.

Complaints: This department of Municipal Corporation of Delhi looks after the redressal of grievances of Delhi residents. Various senior officials such as Additional Commissioner, Zonal Deputy Commissioners hold public hearings to solve the problems of people.

Licensing: Licensing Department issues licenses to the units run by power, mechanical energy or by steam, within the jurisdiction of Municipal Corporation of Delhi.

Community Services: The main goal of this Department of Municipal Corporation of Delhi is the overall social development of residents of Delhi. It provides community halls, organizes various developmental classes such as knitting, tailoring, painting etc.

Horticulture: Working towards achieving its goal of 'Green Delhi, Clean Delhi' Horticulture Department of Municipal Corporation of Delhi maintains around 13,000 parks, gardens, playgrounds and traffic circles.


Last Updated on : 03/07/2013





     


     

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