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Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation

Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation
पिंपरी चिंचवड महानगरपालिका
Pimpri Chinchwad Mahānagarpālikā
Official Logo of PCMC.jpeg
Type
Type
Leadership
Mayor
Nitin Kalje, BJP
Deputy Mayor
Shailaja More, BJP
Dr. Shravan Hardikar [1]
Leader of Opposition
Yogesh Behl, NCP
Structure
Seats 128[2]
Political groups
  BJP: 78 seats
  Shiv Sena: 9 seats
  INC: 0 seats
  NCP: 35 seats
  MNS: 1 seats
  Independents: 5 seat
Elections
Last election
March 2017
Motto
"कटिबद्धा जनहिताय" (Sanskrit)
(ready) for public interest
Meeting place
Pcmc building.jpg
PCMC Building, Mumbai-Pune Road, Pimpri
Website
www.pcmcindia.gov.in


Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) is a Municipal Corporation of Pimpri Chinchwad City, an urban agglomeration of Pune and a part of the Pune Metropolitan Region. The headquarters of PCMC are situated on the Old Pune Mumbai Highway in the heart of the city. PCMC was established in 11 October 1982 to govern an area of 87 sq. km. of the newly industrialized towns of Pimpri, Chinchwad, Akurdi and Bhosari.[3] PCMC now covers an area of about 181 sq. km.[4] and has a population 17,29,000 growing at an annual rate of 6%, higher than the national average of 2.1%, according to the 2011 Census of India.[4] PCMC is one of the fastest growing municipal corporations in Asia.[5]

History

The industrialization in PCMC began in 1954 with the establishment of Hindustan Antibiotics, the first pharmaceutical company. On 4 March 1970 by late Annasaheb Magar put the founding stone of Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Council, which brought the industrial and residential areas of Pimpri, Chinchwad, Akurdi and Bhosari under a unified civic body. In 1975 the status of this corporation was changed from C to A class. On 11 October 1982, the civic body was reorganized to form the modern municipal corporation.[3]

Public transport buses under the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Transport (PCMT) began operation in 1974. In 2007, PCMT was merged with Pune Municipal Transport (PMT), the public transport provider of the neighboring Pune city to form the Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML; literally, Pune Metropolitan Transport Corporation Limited).

Administration

City Representatives
Mayor Mr. Nitin Kalje
Municipal Commissioner Dr. Shravan hardikar [6] n/a
Dy. Mayor Mrs. Shailaja More
Leader of the house Mr. Eknath Pawar
Commissioner of Police Mrs. Rashmi Shukla

Services provided to its citizens

  • Water Supply
  • Public Health - A. Solid Waste Management
  • Sewerage and Drainage
  • Road and Building Maintenance
  • Electricity (Street Lights)
  • Licenses : Industrial and Shops
  • Education - Primary and Secondary
  • Renting Municipal Property
  • Birth and Death Registration
  • Vaccination
  • Miscellaneous Services
  • Food Adulterate Control Certificates
  • Building Permission

PCMC Schemes

PCMC undertakes the following schemes:

  1. Free Bicycles for girls to promote education.
  2. Free Sewing Machine distribution to women from economically weaker section to promote Self-Employment.
  3. Financial assistance to Girls for technical training.
  4. Computer Training, Vocational Training and Tool kits to women for Self-Employment.
  5. Entrepreneurship development program.
  6. subsidies on loan to registered "Mahila Mandals" for self-employment.
  7. Revolving funds to Self-Help Groups.
  8. Private Tuition fees to girls students for developing their academic standards.
  9. Savitribai Phule Award for Individuals.
  10. Savitirbai Phule Award for Social Institute.
  11. Financial assistance for nutritious diet for pregnant women from slum areas.
  12. Financial assistance to registered Mahila Mandal for Child Day Care center.
  13. Financial assistance for Girls for Higher Education in abroad.
  14. Financial assistance for higher-education i.e.first year M.B.B.S / Engineering Degree Courses.
  15. Marketing Center.
  16. Scholarship for the disabled.
  17. Free instruments for people with physical disability.
  18. Financial assistance to widows and divorcee women for self-employment.
  19. Financial assistance to the persons who are free from imprisonment for life.
  20. Scholarship for backward cast students.
  21. Free Bicycle to backward cast students.
  22. Financial assistance for backward cast Co-op.Housing Societies.
  23. Financial assistance to backward cast co-op.societies for repairing of House.
  24. Financial assistance for higher education for backward students.
  25. Computer training to Backward class Students for Self-Employment.

Corporation Election 2012

Corporation Election 2012 [7]

S.No. Party Name Party flag or symbol Number of Corporators
01 Indian National Congress (INC) Flag of the Indian National Congress.svg 14
02 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 03
03 Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) NCP-flag.svg 83
04 Shiv Sena (SS) Indian Election Symbol Bow And Arrow.png 14
05 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) Flag of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena.svg 04
06 Other State Parties No flag.svg 01
07 Independents No flag.svg 09

Corporation Election 2017

The BJP won an absolute majority in the 2017 elections, marking the first time the city will have a mayor from the party.[8]

S.No. Party name Party flag or symbol Number of corporators
1 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 78
2 Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)
NCP-flag.svg
35
3 Shiv Sena (SS)
Indian Election Symbol Bow And Arrow.png
09
4 Independents
No flag.svg
05
5 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS)
Flag of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena.svg
01

See also

References

  1. ^ "PCMC's Commissioner". PCMC - Office of Commissioner. 
  2. ^ "PCMC civic elders strength to be 128". Sakaal Times. 11 August 2011. 
  3. ^ a b "PCMC Pimpri chinchwad mahanagar palika PCMT Pimpri chinchwad municipal transport punediary.com pcmc". www.punediary.com. Retrieved 2018-04-11. 
  4. ^ a b "PCMC | City Location". www.pcmcindia.gov.in. Retrieved 2018-04-11. 
  5. ^ "About PCMC". PCMC BSUP JNNURM website. Archived from the original on 2012-03-31. 
  6. ^ "PCMC's Commissioner". PCMC - Office of Commissioner. 
  7. ^ [www.mahasec.com]
  8. ^ "In Pimpri, big guns fall silent, newcomers make winning starts". Indian Express. 9 March 2017. Retrieved 9 March 2017. 


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