Any hawker who is a permanent resident of West Bengal, who is in extreme distress due to loss of business/ livelihood opportunities due to outbreak of Corona Virus (COVID-19) will be eligible for the assistance.
Urban Development and Municipal Affairs
Urban Development and Municipal Affairs Department has sub-ordinate offices viz. KMDA, KMW&SA, ADDA, BDA, DSDA, HDA, JDA, MKDA, SJDA, SSDA, NKDA, GBDA, TRDA, FSDA, BKDA, PDA, KIT, HIT, HIDCO.
To cause a detailed report to be prepared during the framing of a project for the execution of any work, stating the scope of the project, its techno-economic viability and its social benefits and the execution of any work through a contract;
The Department has also introduced Rapid Scrutiny Protocol aiming at faster approval of Projects, while observing all formalities and procedures prescribed by the Government, the relevant orders have also been included.
An Act to make provision for constitution of the West Bengal Municipal Service Commission for direct recruitment of personnel for prescribed categories of posts and services in the establishment of Urban Local Bodies, Development Authorities etc.
To meet the growing challenge of rapid urbanisation, State Government wants to build environment friendly, sustainable, liveable, energy positive, IT friendly and safe city.
An Act to provide for the planned development of rural and urban areas in West Bengal and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
Financial Adviser (to be filled up by an officer in the rank of Special Secretary or Joint Secretary) has been introduced in the following six departments.