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RTI Act, Cantonment Board Khadki
The following information is published as required under Section 4(1)(b) of the Right to Information Act 2005 :
The Cantonment is a place in which any part of the armed forces is quartered and notified as the Cantonment by the Central Government in their official Gazette. In India there are 62 such Cantonments notified by the Central Government.
For every Cantonment there is a Cantonment Board constituted for the administration of the Cantt.area. Based on the population living within the Cantonment area, the Cantonments are divided into three categories, namely,
  1. Category - I Cantonment in which the population exceeds 50000
  2. Category - II Cantonments in which the population exceeds 10000 but does not exceed 50000
  3. Category - III Cantonment in which the population exceeds 2500 but does not exceed 10000
  4. Category – IV Cantonment in which the population does not exceed 2500
Constitution of the Khadki Cantonment Board :
By virtue of the population living within Khadki Cantonment area being more than 50000, the Khadki Cantonment Board is classified as Category-I Cantonment. The constitution of the Cantonment Board is as under:
President
(Station Commander is the Ex-Officio PCB)
Ex-Officio/
Nominated Members
  1. The DM or his nominee not below the rank of Addl.DM
  2. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Member-Secretary
  3. Commandant MH
  4. GE(C)
  5. Three Military Officers nominated by the Station Commander
Vice-president &
Elected Members (7)
Administrative structure :
Ministry of Defence
Director General Defence Estates
Principal Director Defence Estates
Director – I
CEO ( Member-Secretary )
Discretionary Functions of the Cantonment Board (Section 64 of the Cantonment Act, 2006):
  1. A Board may, within the Cantonment, make provision for -
    1. Laying out in areas, whether previously built upon or not, new streets, and acquiring land for that purpose and for the construction of buildings, and compounds of buildings, to abut on such streets ;
    2. Constructing, establishing or maintaining public parks, gardens, offices, dairies, bathing or washing places, drinking fountains, tanks, wells and other works of public utility
    3. Reclaiming unhealthy localities
    4. Furthering educational objects by measures other than the establishment and maintenance of primary schools
    5. Setting up or supporting higher schools, colleges and vocational, professional and special education
    6. Constructing and maintaining works and structures, including rain water harvesting for providing supply of water for public and private purposes.
    7. Constituting, maintaining and managing supply and distribution of electricity including by exploiting non-conventional energy sources to public and private premises.
    8. Taking a census and granting rewards for information which may tend to secure the correct registration of vital statistics
    9. Making a survey
    10. Giving relief on the occurrence of local epidemics, floods, famines or other natural calamities, by the establishment or maintenance of relief works or otherwise
    11. Securing or assisting to secure suitable places for the carrying on of any offensive, dangerous or obnoxious trade, calling or occupation
    12. Establishing and maintaining a farm or other place for the disposal of sewage
    13. Constructing, subsiding or guaranteeing tramways or other means of locomotion, and electric lighting or electric power works
    14. Establishing and maintaining cattle pounds
    15. Arranging for civic reception with prior approval of the Officer Commanding-in-Chief, the Command
    16. Providing housing accommodation for any class of inhabitants
    17. Conservation and maintenance of ancient and historical monuments, archaeological sites and remains or place of public importance in the Cantonment
    18. Developing land resources under the management of the Board
    19. Preparing and implementing group housing schemes
    20. Establishing and undertaking remunerative projects
    21. Developing small scale and cottage industries
    22. Developing expertise in different areas of urban governance and local self Government to and able to provide consultancy to other Municipal and Development Authorities.
    23. Adopting any measure other than a measure specified in section 62 or in the foregoing provision of the sections likely to promote the safety, health or convenience of the inhabitants of the cantonments.
    24. Establishing and maintaining or supporting libraries, museums, art-galleries, botanical or zoological collections.
    25. Establishing and maintaining or supporting stadia, gymnasia, akharas and places for sports and games
    26. Establishing theatres and cinemas.
    27. Orgnising and managing fairs and exhibitions.
    28. Constructing and maintaining-
      1. Rest-houses
      2. Poor-houses
      3. Infirmaries
      4. Children’s home
      5. Houses for deaf and dumb and for disabled and handicapped children
      6. Shelters for destitute and disabled persons
      7. Asylums for persons of unsound mind
      8. Old age homes
      9. Working women’s hostels
    29. Establishing and managing chemical or bacteriological laboratories for the examination or analysis of water, food and drugs for the examination or analysis of water, food and drugs for the detection of diseases or research connected with the public health or medical relief
    30. Providing relief to destitute and disabled persons
    31. Establishing and maintaining veterinary hospitals
    32. Constructing and maintaining warehouse and godowns
    33. Constructing and managing garages, sheds and stands for vehicles and cattle sheds
    34. constructing and managing community halls and convention halls
    35. Holding seminars, workshops, public debates and similar activities particularly on issues and rules and regulations of civic importance
  2. A Board may, either within or outside the Cantonment, make provision for the doing of anything on which expenditure is declared by the Central Government, or by the Board with the sanction of the Central Government, to be an appropriate charge on the Cantonment Fund.
Duties of the Cantonment Board (Section 62 of the Cantonments Act,2006):
It shall be the duty of every Cantonment Board, so far as the funds at its disposal permit, to make reasonable provision within the Cantonment for –
  1. Lighting streets and other public places
  2. Watering streets and other public places
  3. Cleansing streets, public places and drains, abating nuisances and removing noxious vegetation
  4. Regulating offensive, dangerous or obnoxious trades, callings and practices
  5. Removing, on the ground of public safety, health or convenience, undesirable obstructions and projections in streets and other public places
  6. Securing or removing dangerous buildings and places
  7. Acquiring, maintaining, changing and regulating places for the disposal of the dead
  8. Constructing, altering and maintaining streets, culverts, bridges, causeways, markets, slaughter-houses, latrines, privies, urinals, drains, drainage works and sewerage works and regulating their use
  9. Planting and maintaining trees on roadsides and other public places
  10. Providing or arranging for a sufficient supply of potable water, where such supply does not exist, guarding from pollution of water used for human consumption and preventing polluted water from being so used
  11. Registering births and deaths
  12. Preventing and checking the spread of dangerous diseases, establishing and maintaining a system of public vaccination and inoculation for the said objective
  13. Establishing and maintaining or supporting public hospitals, maternity and child-welfare centres and dispensaries, and providing public medical relief
  14. Establishing and maintaining or assisting primary schools
  15. Rendering assistance in extinguishing fires and protecting life and property when fire occurs
  16. Maintaining and developing the value of property vested in, or entrusted to the management of, the board
  17. Establishing and maintaining civil defence services
  18. Preparing and implementing town planning schemes
  19. preparing and implementing plans for economic development and social justice
  20. Naming and numbering of the streets and premises
  21. according or refusing permission to erect or re-erect building
  22. Orgnising, promoting or supporting cultural and sports activities
  23. Celebrating Independence Day and Republic Day and incurring expenditure there on
  24. Fulfilling any other obligation imposed upon it by or under this Act or any other law for the time being in force
Powers & Duties of the Officers and the employees of Khadki Cantonment Board:
DUTIES OF THE PRESIDENT (Section-21 of the Cantonments Act, 2006):
  1. It shall be the duty of the President of every Board -
    1. Unless prevented by reasonable cause, to convene and preside at all meetings of the Board and to regulate the conduct of business there at
    2. To control, direct and supervise the financial and executive administration of the Board
    3. To perform all the duties and exercise all the powers specifically imposed or conferred on the President by or under this Act
    4. Subject to any restrictions, limitations and conditions imposed by this Act, to exercise executive power for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act, and to be directly responsible for the fulfillment of the purpose of this Act
    5. In case of gross misconduct during the course of meeting, to suspend a member other than a Chief Executive Officer from attending the unconcluded part of the meeting of the Board
  2. The President may, by order in writing, empower the Vice-President to exercise all or any of the powers and duties referred to in Class(b) of sub-section (1) other than any power, duty or function which he is by resolution of the Board expressly forbidden to delegate.
  3. The exercise or discharge of any powers, duties or functions delegated by the President under this section shall be subject to such restrictions, limitations and conditions, if any, as may be laid down by the President and to the control of, and to revision by the President.
  4. Every order made under sub-section (2) shall forthwith be communicated to the Board and to the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, the Command.
The President Cantonment Board is conferred powers under the provisions of the Cantonments Act,2006 as under :
S.No. Section Powers
1 19 Who shall be the President, Cantt.Board
2 26 Sanction of works and act in emergency
3 27 Preparation of Electoral Rolls where the Board is not constituted.
4 56 Power to override decision of Board
5 285 Power to permit the sale of spirituous liquor or intoxicating drugs.
6 288 Permitting sale of articles for medicinal purposes.
7 128 Execution of Contracts
8 169 Power to order destruction of infectious hut or shed.
9 173 Power to order destruction of infectious clothing, bedding or other articles.
10 183 Power to exclude from Cantonment persons refusing to attend Hospital or Dispensary.
11 283 Under this section the President CantonmentBoard,Vice- President, Chief Executive Officer, Health Officer, Asstt. Health Officer or any other officer or servant of the Board authorized by the Board, enjoy powers of entry and seizure in respect of any market, building, shop, stall or other places in the Cantonment for the purpose of inspecting any animals, article or thing for human food or drink or medicine, etc.
12 299 Power to order removal of Brothels and Prostitutes.
13 301 Power to order removal of lewd person from Cantonment.
14 303 Power to order removal and exclusion from Cantonment of seditious person.
15 305 Under this section the President Cantonment Board, Vice- President, Chief Executive Officer, Health Officer, Asstt. Health Officer or any other person authorized by the CEO or the HO enjoy powers to enter into or upon any building or and to make any enquiry, inspection, measurement, valuation or survey, etc.
16 317 Every notice, order or requisition issued by the Board under this Act or any rule or bye-laws shall be signed either by the PCB or the CEO or members of any Committee especially authorized by the Board.
17 338 Legal Protection

Under Rule 69 of the Cantonment Account Code, 1924, the President Cantonment Board can in all emergency, sanction supplementary estimates of Stores and place before the Board for approval.
DUTIES OF VICE PRESIDENT (Section 22 of the Cantonments Act,2006) :
It shall be the duty of the Vice-President of every Board –
  1. In the absence of the President and unless prevented by reasonable cause, to preside at meetings of the Board and when so presiding to exercise the authority of the President under sub-section (1) of Section 21.
  2. During the incapacity or temporary absence of the President or pending his appointment or succession, to perform any other duty and exercise any other power of the President
  3. To exercise any power and perform any duty of the President which may be delegated to him under sub-section (2) of Section 21.
APPOINTMENT OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (Section 24 of the Cantonments Act, 2006):
  1. For every Cantonment there shall be a Chief Executive Officer appointed by the Central Government or by such person as the Central Government may authorize in this behalf provided that, in the event of temporary absence of the Chief Executive Officer, not exceeding 90 days, the Principal Director shall designate an officer under his jurisdiction to perform the duties of the Chief Executive Officer during such period.
  2. Not less than one-half of the salary of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) shall be paid by the Central Government and the balance from the Cantonment Fund.
  3. The CEO shall be the Member-Secretary of the Board and of every Committee of the Board.
Duties of the CEO (Section 25 of the Cantonments Act,2006) :
Subject to the provisions of clause (c) and clause (d) of sub-section (1) of Section 21, the Chief Executive Officer shall –
  1. Exercise all the powers and perform all the duties conferred or imposed upon him by or under this Act or, any other law for the time being in force
  2. Subject to any restrictions, limitations and conditions imposed by this Act, to exercise executive power to ensure that the administration of the Board is carried out in accordance with the provisions of this Act
  3. Prescribe the duties of, and exercise supervision and control over the acts and proceedings of, all officers and other employees of the Board
  4. Be responsible for the custody of all records of the Boards
  5. Arrange for the performance of such duties relative to the proceedings of the Board or of any Committee of the Board or of any Committee of Arbitration constituted under this Act, as those bodies may respectively impose on him
  6. Comply with every requisition of the Board on any matter pertaining to the administration of the cantonment
The CEO is conferred powers under the provisions of the CantonmentsAct,2006 as under :
S.No. Section Powers
1 26 Execution of any work or doing any act in cases of emergency.
2 75 Preparation of Assessment List.
3 76 Revision of Assessment List
4 80 Preparation of new Assessment List
5 81 Notice of transfer of properties to be given to the CEO
6 82 Notice regarding completion of building for assessment of tax to be given to the CEO
7 86 Notice to be given regarding remission or refund of tax claimed.
8 91 Disposal of goods seized for evasion of octroi /terminal tax.
9 100 Notice of Demand
10 101 Recovery of Tax
11 104 Disposal of properties distrained for non-payment of taxes.
12 105 Permission required for transfer of or charge on the property attached or any interest made thereon.
13 105 Possession of the property made over to the auctioned purchaser.
14 106 Recovery of taxes from a person about to leave Cantonment.
15 116 Calling for information from the inhabitants of the Cantonment for assessment for taxation.
16 127 Sanction of Contracts
17 128 Execution of Contracts.
18 133 Prescribing the type of receptacles and manner of collection of filth, rubbish, etc in buildings & lands.
19 134 Power of Board to undertake private conservancy arrangements.
20 135 Issue directions for deposit and disposal of rubbish.
21 136 Issuing notice regarding maintenance of Cesspools, Receptacles for Filth, etc.
22 138 Issuing notices for provision of latrines, urinals etc by owner or lessee of any building or land.
23 139 Notices to be given to the CEO regarding sanitation in Factories, etc.
24 145 Notices requiring land or building to be cleansed.
25 148 Notice regarding removal of noxious vegetation.
26 150 Powers to call for information regarding Burial and Burning Ground.
27 158 Power to require names of Dairyman’s customer.
28 164 Report to be submitted to the CEO regarding contamination of public conveyance.
29 165 Disinfection of public conveyance
30 171 Notice regarding disinfection of building before letting out the same.
31 177 Notice regarding disposal of infectious corpse.
32 237 Under this Section, the powers, duties and functions of the Board under section 181, 182(1), 183, 183-A, 185 (excluding the proviso to sub-section (1) and the proviso to sub-section (2) of section 185) shall be exercised or discharged in a civil area by the CEO.
33 255 Power to attach Brackets for Lamps
34 257 Permission for temporary occupation of street, land, etc.
35 258 Public Notice regarding temporary closing of street.
36 261 Sanctioning and regulating boundary walls, hedges and fences in the Cantonment area
37 266 Removal of persons unauthorisedly using public market
38 284 Permission for importing cattle and flesh for human consumption in different area
39 190 Power to require maintenance or closing of private source of public drinking water supply
40 192 Power to require water supply to be taken for any building or land under Cantonment
41 195 Regulating supply of water by the Board to prevent wastage of water by the owners/ occupants of the building
42 201 Power to prescribe Ferrules and to establish meters, etc.
43 305 Powers of entry for inspection.
44 307 Authorising a person for inspection
45 308 Power to enter land, adjoining land where work is in progress.
46 320 Powers in case of non-compliance of the notice issued by the CEO, the Board or the Civil Area Committee.
47 338 Legal protection of Board, CEO, etc.
48 339 Notice to be given of suits

The CEO is conferred the following powers under the provisions of Cantonment Account Code, 1924 :
S.No. Rule No. Powers
1 15 Issue of duplicate receipts and vouchers
2 32 Issue of Cheques
3 36 Signing of Cash Books
4 37 Signing of Classified Abstract
5 39 Signing of Transfer Entry Form
6 42 Recovery of Miscellaneous Advances
7 43 Scrutiny of Bills
8 44 Maintenance of Scale Register
9 70 Register of Immovable Property
10 71 Register of Movable Property
11 75 Verification of property
12 76 Attesting the Register of Loans
13 77 Attesting the Register of Investments

Powers of the Cantonment Board Members :
S.No. Rule No. Powers
1 29  Qualification for being a Member of the Board.
2 32 Member not to vote on matter in which he is interested.
3 33 Liability of Members
4 34 Removal of Members
5 35 Consequences of removal of members
6 36 Member of the Board to be deemed a public servant.
7 306 Powers of inspection by Member of a Board.

Powers of the Health Officer:
S.No. Rule No. Powers
1 131 Qualification for being a Member of the Board.
2 137 Member not to vote on matter in which he is interested.
3 159 Liability of Members
4 161 Removal of Members
5 163 Consequences of removal of members
6 168 Member of the Board to be deemed a public servant.
7 176 Powers of inspection by Member of a Board.
8 182 Power to order person to attend Hospital or Dispensary
9 183 Report regarding refusal of persons to attend Hospital or Dispensary

Powers of Employees of the Board
S.No. Rule No. Powers
1 37  Disqualification of person as employee of the Board
2 38 Cantonment servant to be deemed a public servant
3 289 Removal of stray animal
4 185 Conditions of service of Safaiwalas
5 266 Removal of persons unauthorisely using public market.
6 274 Power to inspect Slaughter Houses
7 283 Powers of Entry and Seizure
Under Rule 63,64 & 65 of the Cantonment Account Code,1924, the engineers are responsible for maintaining Register of Works, Measurement Books and Contractors Bills.
Under the Cantonments Act, 2006, most of the powers are vested with the Cantonment Board for various purposes. In some of the cases like establishment matters, sanctions of various projects, etc, the powers are vested with the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Command, Pune. Some of the powers are vested with the Central Government.

At the Cantonment Board level, the CEO being the Functional Administrative Head of the Office is assisted by Heads of various Sections like Office Supdt/Asstt.Secretary, Chief Accountant, Chief Revenue Supdt., Asstt.Engineers, Health/Garden Supdt, Workshop Supervisor, Resident Medical Officer of the Cantonment General Hospital and Headmasters of respective Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary schools.

Proposals pertaining to each section is referred by the respective Section Heads to the CEO who, after examination, refer to the Cantonment Board for their decision.

After obtaining the approval of the Board (through the PCB) , the proposal is referred to the GOC-in-C through the Directorate of Defence Estates, Southern Command, Pune for sanction. Similarly any sanction required from the Central Government is sought by the CEO with the approval of the Board through the Directorate of Defence Estates, Southern Command, Pune who refer the proposal to the Central Government after examination and with the approval of the GOC-in-C, Southern Command, Pune.

As far as supervision and accountability is concerned, the information is furnished hereunder in the form of the following Flow Charts :
1. Engineering Section
Jr.Engineer (Civil)

Assistant Engineer

Chief Executive Officer

Cantonment Board
2. Sanitary Section
Sanitary Mukadam

Sanitary Inspectors

Health / Garden Supdt.

Chief Executive Officer

Cantonment Board
3. Revenue Section
Tax Collectors

General Duty Inspector

Chief Revenue Supdt.

Chief Executive Officer

Cantonment Board
4. Accounts Section
Pay Clerks / Asstt. Accountant

Accountant

Chief Accountant

Chief Executive Officer

Cantonment Board
5. Workshop Section
Workshop Mechanic

Workshop Supervisor

Sanitary Inspector (III)

Health / Garden Supdt.

Cantonment Board
6. General Section
Lands Clerk/Birth & Death Clerk/Committee Clerk/Record Keeper/Store Keeper/Despatch Clerk

Office Supdt / Asstt. Secretary

Chief Executive Officer

Cantonment Board
7. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Cantt. General Hospital
AMO / Paramedical Staff

ARMO

RMO

MOI/C

Chief Executive Officer

Cantonment Board
8. SCHOOLS
Asstt. Teachers

Head Masters

Chief Executive Officer

Cantonment Board
NORMS FOR DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS BY THE KCB :
  1. While making provisions regarding duties of the Board and discretionary functions of the Board respectively under Sections 62 & 64 of the Cantonments Act, 2006, the Central Government fixed the broad norm that so far as the funds at the disposal of the Cantonment Board permit, the Board shall perform the duties enlisted under Section 62. The same norm of availability of funds will also govern the performance by the KCB of the discretionary functions enlisted under Section 64 of the Act.
  2. Since the KCB is financially self sufficient, the other broad norm adopted by the Board in implementing the projects and sanctioning proposals in connection with the discharge of their functions will be public utility, i.e. any proposal that is related to public utility will be undertaken by the KCB.
  3. The other norm adopted by the KCB will be welfare of the general public.
  4. The improvement of health & sanitation will also be a norm adopted by the KCB while discharging their functions.
  5. Overall development of the Cantonment area will also be considered by the KCB while discharging their functions on any projects.
  6. Safety and convenience of the inhabitants of the Cantonment may also be a norm of the KCB to sanction proposals/projects.
Note: The norms enumerated above for the discharge of the functions by the KCB are not exhaustive. The KCB will consider any proposal from any corner of the Cantonment area by examining each and every proposal on their merits.
RULES, REGULATIONS, ETC. HELD BY OR UNDER THE CONTROL OF OR USED BY THE EMPLOYEES OF THE KCB FOR DISCHARGING FUNCTIONS :
ACTS :
  1. The Cantonments Act,2006
  2. The Cantonment Account Code,1924
  3. The Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorised Occupants) Act,1952
  4. Right to Information Act,2005
  5. The Government Buildings Act,1891
  6. The Local Authority Loans Act,1940
  7. The Municipal Taxes Act,1881
  8. The Registration of Births and Deaths Act,1969
RULES :
  1. The Cantonment Property Rules,1925
  2. The Annual Report on Cantonment Administration Rules,1986
  3. The Cantonment Fund Servants Rules,1937
  4. The Cantonment Land Administration Rules,1937
  5. The Cantonment Electoral Rules, 2007
  6. The Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorised Occupants) Rules, 1971 & Notifications.
  7. The Local Authority Loans (Central) Rules, 1937
  8. The Cantonment (Execution of warrants for the attachment & sale of immovable property) Rules 1986
  9. The Cantonment (Forms & Manner of Service of Notice) Rules, 1986
  10. Maharashtra Registration of Births and Deaths Rules 2000
INSTRUCTIONS & MANUALS, ETC.
  1. General Orders by Governor and Governor General- In-Council Notes on Resumption
  2. The Notification under the Cantonments House Accommodation Act, 1902 and 1923.
  3. Administrative Instructions for the Cantonment Board
  4. General Land Register
  5. Land Policy of the Govt.of India on properties held on Old grant terms 1995
  6. Instruction regarding leases
  7. Instruction regarding Cantonment Code Leases and Old Grant Properties.
STATEMENT OF CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS HELD BY OR UNDER THE CONTROL OF KCB
The KCB maintains various registers in the following forms as prescribed in the Cantonment Account Code, 1924 :
Forms
  1. Form Cantt.1-B - Budget Estimate
  2. Form Cantt.1-B - (Appendix A) – Statement of Original Works
  3. Form Cantt 1-B - (Appendix B) - Statement of Investments
  4. Form Cantt 2-B - Re-appropriation Statement
  5. Form Cantt 3-B - Subsidiary Cash Register
  6. Form Cantt 4-B - General Receipt
  7. Form Cantt 5-B - Chalan in duplicate
  8. Form Cantt 5-A-B - Chalan in triplicate
  9. Form Cantt 6-B - Treasury Pass Book
  10. Form Cantt 8-B - General Cash Book
  11. Form Cantt 9-B - Classified Abstract
  12. Form Cantt 1-B - Transfer Entry Form
  13. Form Cantt 1-B - Register of Advances or Deposits
  14. Form Cantt 12-B - Personal Ledger
  15. Form Cantt 13-B - Scale Register
  16. Form Cantt 14-B - Proposition Statement
  17. Form Cantt.15-B - Pay Bill
  18. Form Cantt.16-B - Provident Fund Ledger
  19. Form Cantt 17-B - Provident Fund Broadsheet
  20. Form Cantt 18-B - Contingent Bill
  21. Form Cantt 19-B - Register of Permanent Advances
  22. Form Cantt 20-B - Permanent Advances Account2
  23. Form Cantt 21-B - Register of Works
  24. Form Cantt 22-B - Measurement Book
  25. Form Cantt 23-B - Muster Roll
  26. Form Cantt 24-B - Register of Immovable Property
  27. Form Cantt 25-B - Register of Movable Property
  28. Form Cantt 26-B - Stock Book
  29. Form Cantt 27-B - Register of Loans
  30. Form Cantt 28-B - Register of Investments
  31. Form Cantt 29-B - Register of Security Deposit
  32. Form Cantt 30-B - Stamp Account
  33. Form Cantt 31-B - Water Tax Demand and Collection Register Rate
  34. Form Cantt 32-B - Statement showing monthly figures of realisations and collections and audit charges,etc.
  35. Form Cantt 33-B - Register of fees for Motor Vehicle Parking Licences
  36. Form Cantt 34-B - Pension Statement
  37. Form Cantt 35-B - Pension Scroll
  38. Form Cantt 36-B - Pension Fund Account
For the information of public, the rules regulating the destruction of Cantonment Account records are notified as under:
Class I - Shall be retained permanently :
  1. General Cash Book (Form No. Cantt. 8-B)
  2. Provident Fund Ledger (Form No.Cantt. 16-B)
  3. Register of Immovable Property (Form No.Cantt. 24-B)
  4. Annual Accounts (rule 40)
  5. Register of Loans (Form No. Cantt 27-B)
  6. Register of Investments (Form No.Cantt. 28-B)
  7. Security Deposit Register (Form No. Cantt 29-B)
  8. Pension Fund Account (Form No.Cantt. 36-B)
  9. Such other records as the Cantonment Board may decide to be of permanent interest.
Class II - Shall not be destroyed untill thirty-five years after conclusion of audit - :
  1. Pay Bills of employees in receipt of pay of not less than Rs.20/- per mensem.
  2. Pension Statement (Form No.Cantt 34-B)
Class III - Shall not be destroyed until ten years after conclusion of audit –
  1. Vernacular Registers of which there are English counter parts or abstracts which are retained permanently.
  2. Assessment Lists
  3. Registers in the nature of Demand and Collection Registers
  4. Scale Register (Form No. Cantt 13-B)
  5. Cash Books other than the General Cash Book
  6. Register of Movable Property (Form No,Cantt. 25-B)
  7. Register of Permanent Advances (Form No. Cantt 19-B)
  8. Pension Scroll (Form No. Cantt 35-B)
Class IV - Shall not be destroyed until six years after conclusion of audit –
  1. Acquittance rolls of employees in receipt of pay of less than Rs.20/- per mensem and those of other employees as well as pay bills of all employees for whom service books are maintained.
Class V - Shall not be destroyed until five years after conclusion of audit –
  1. Subsidiary Cash Register (Form No. Cantt 3-B)
  2. Classified Abstract (Form No.Cantt 9-B)
  3. Personal Ledger (Form No. Cantt 12-B)
  4. Register of Works (Form No. Cantt 21-B)
  5. Measurement Book (Form No. Cantt 22-B)
  6. Register of Advances or Deposits (Form No.Cantt 11-B)
Class VI - Shall not be destroyed until three years after conclusion of audit - All records other than those mentioned in Classes I to V.
ARRANGEMENT FOR CONSULTATION WITH OR REPRESENTATION BY THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN FORMULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICY:
As per the provisions of Section 13 of the Cantonments Act,1924, KCB being a Class-I Cantonment has got Board consisting of seven members elected by the residents of the Cantonment area. One among the seven elected members is elected by them as Vice-President of the Cantonment Board. Therefore, in formulation and implementation of the policy of the KCB, the involvement of the representatives of the public is legally taken care of.
Apart from that, any suggestions made by any resident of the Cantonment area regarding the policies of the Cantonment Board framed and implemented are considered by the Board while formulating and implementing the policies.
STATEMENT REGARDING THE COMMITTEES OF THE KCB AND THEIR MEETINGS, MINUTES, ETC.:
The KCB constituted under Section 13 of the Cantonments Act,1924 meets once towards the end of every month. Meeting of the Board are of two kinds, namely, Ordinary and Special.
To know more about the meetings of the KCB, click Meetings on the Home Page. The KCB appoints the following Sub-Committees to discharge their functions :
  1. Civil Area Committee :
    Civil Area Committee is appointed by the Board under Section 43-A of the Cantonments Act,1924 and shall consist of elected members of the Board, the Health Officer and Executive Engineer for the administration of the civil area of the Cantonment. The Civil Area Committee shall ordinarily hold one meeting in the last week of every month.
  2. Finance Committee :
    The Finance Committee appointed by the Cantonment Board shall consist of seven members each to be elected from among the Board members at a meeting of the Board. Out of these, three shall be Ex-Officio/Nominated Members and four shall be Elected Members. The Vice-President, if a member of the Committee, shall by virtue of his office be the Chairman of the Committee. If he is not a member of the Committee, the Chairman shall be appointed by the Board.
    The Finance Committee shall ordinarily hold one meeting in the last week of every month.
  3. Health Committee :
    The Health Committee appointed by the KCB consists of two Elected Members and two Nominated/Ex-Officio Members.
  4. Education, Sports & Cultural Committee :
    Education,Sports & Cultural Committee appointed by the KCB consists of two Elected and two Nominated Members of the Board.
  5. General Purpose Committee :
    The Board also appoint a General Purpose Committee consisting of two Elected and two Nominated Members.
  6. Assessment Committee :
    Under Section-68 of the Cantonments Act,1924, the KCB appoints an Assessment Committee consisting of not less than three persons who need not be a member of the Board to consider and dispose off the objections received from the residents of the Cantonment area against any valuation or assessment made for the purpose of recovery of taxes in the Cantonment area.
    The Assessment Committee meets as frequently as possible to dispose off the objections of the residents before the assessment is finalised for the purpose of recovery of taxes.
    The minutes of meetings of the KCB as well as the Committees of the Board are available on line. One can click Meetings on the Home Page to have access to the minutes of the last meeting held. If anybody wants copies of the minutes of any meetings, they will be supplied the same on a nominal payment of Rs.5/- per half sheet and Rs.10/- per full sheet.
MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY THE CEO & EMPLOYEES OF KCB :
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BUDGET ALLOCATION OF THE KCB :
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EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES INCLUDING AMOUNT ALLOCATED AND BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES :
For the welfare of the employees of the Cantonment Board, 250 rent free accommodations are provided by the KCB to the eligible employees.
Apart from the accommodation, eligible employees of the KCB are supplied uniforms (summer & winter), shoes/chappals and raincoats. The beneficiaries are generally the Group ‘D’ staff in the Sanitary Section and Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Cantonment General Hospital of the KCB. Some categories of Group ‘C’ employees are also the beneficiaries.
EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES INCLUDING AMOUNT ALLOCATED AND BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES :
For the welfare of the employees of the Cantonment Board, 250 rent free accommodations are provided by the KCB to the eligible employees.
Apart from the accommodation, eligible employees of the KCB are supplied uniforms (summer & winter), shoes/chappals and raincoats. The beneficiaries are generally the Group ‘D’ staff in the Sanitary Section and Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Cantonment General Hospital of the KCB. Some categories of Group ‘C’ employees are also the beneficiaries.
EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES INCLUDING AMOUNT ALLOCATED AND BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES :
  1. School :
    KCB maintans five Primary Schools and three High Schools where the KCB imparts education to the students free of cost. The number of beneficiaries are as under :
    S.No. Name of the School Total No. of Students
    1. Lal Bahadur Shastri High School 1502
    2. Lokmanya Tilak High School 1395
    3. Dr.Zakir Hussain Urdu High School 442
    4. Col.Bhagat Pry.School 224
    5. Jijamata Kanyashala 338
    6. Col.Binney Pry.School 718
    7. Maj.R.R.Rane Pry.School 297
    8. Moledina Urdu Pry.School 340

  2. Hospital : In the Cantonment General Hospital, all the patients are supplied drugs free of cost, whereas nominal charges are recovered for clinical tests. As far as sr.citizens are concerned, the Cantonment General Hospital extends free treatment to them.

  3. Market : KCB maintains a Business Centre where allotment was made after holding public auction inviting offers of rent from the traders for different shops. However, shops as per details given below have been reserved for Ex-Servicemen, Sportsmen, Physically Handicapped, Freedom Fighters and War Widows to promote their welfare :
    Ex-Servicemen :
    a) Shri Natarajan Maniknandan Shop No.40
    b) Shri Krishnamurty P Shop No.44
    c) Shri Surjit Singh Arora Shop No.55
    d) Shri Govardhan Singh Shop No.59

    Sportsmen :
    a) Shri Dhanraj Pillai Shop No.13
    b) Sub.Maj.Ajit Lakra Shop No.41-A
    c) Nb.Sub.Kasam Khan Shop No.57-A
    d) Shri Vikram Pillai Shop No.59

    Physically Handicapped :
    a) Shri Prem Sagar Nangia Shop No.24
    b) Shri Arun Uttarkar Shop No.26

    Freedom Fighter :
    a) Shri Walchand M.Rathod Shop No.15
    b) Shri Arun Uttarkar Shop No.26

    War Widow :
    a) Smt.Sushila Sathe Shop No.43
DETAILS OF INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY THE KCB REDUCED IN AN ELECTRONIC FORM :
The entire information required to be published under Section 4(1)(b) have been reduced in an electronic form and made available on line. Vist us at www.cbKhadki.org.in
PARTICULARS OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION :
KCB maintains a Public Library and thirty eight Reading Rooms. The working hours are as under :



 
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CONTACT US
Khadki Cantonment Board,
17, Field Marshall,
Cariappa Road,
Khadki Pune 411003
Phone: 020-25810661
Email: ceoKhadki@gmail.com