3 edition of India, synthesis study of public financial management and accountability in urban local bodies. found in the catalog.
India, synthesis study of public financial management and accountability in urban local bodies.
by Financial Management Unit, South Asia Region, World Bank in [New Delhi
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-51)
|Other titles||Synthesis study of PFMA in urban local bodies.|
|Series||Document of the World Bank -- Report no. 41204-IN|
|Contributions||World Bank. South Asia Regional Office. Financial Management Unit.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2157.A1-.Z6 (H2)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||2008330994|
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All urban local bodies (ULB) in India stand to gain from better PFMA in the form of improved governance and accountability, realistic and participatory planning of expenditures, and consequently stronger revenue flows and provision of better services.
This study assesses the current state of PFMA systems in Indian urban local bodies. The main objectives are: 1) To describe the current PFMA environment in urban local bodies in India and India replicable good practices; 2) To use the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) benchmarks in developing good practice in each PFMA activity and to develop indicators for assessing PFMA in Indian urban local bodies; 3) To identify challenges and suggest priorities for improving the PFMA environment in Indian urban local bodies.
India - Synthesis study of public financial management and accountability in urban local bodies (English) Abstract This study assesses the current state of Public Financial Management and Accountability (PFMA) systems in Indian urban local bodies.
World Bank, "India: Synthesis Study of Public Financial Management and Accountability in Urban Local Bodies," World Bank Other Operational StudiesThe World Bank.
Handle: RePEc:wbk:wboper This study assesses the current state of Public Financial Management and Accountability (PFMA) systems in Indian urban local bodies.
It identifies, analyzes, and documents good practices, focusing on their existing context, success factors, and replicability. India: Synthesis Study of Public Financial Management and Accountability in Urban Local Bodies World Bank () This study assesses the current state of Public Financial Management and Accountability (PFMA) systems in Indian urban local bodies.
PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN INDIAN URBAN LOCAL BODIES: SYNTHESIS REPORT Table of Contents Executive Summary I 1 Rationale and Overview 1 Background 1 Objectives of the Study 1 Approach and Scope 2 Organization of the Report 2 2 Urban Reforms in India (PFMA Context) 3 Urban Context 3.
India Public Financial Management and Accountability in Panchayati Raj Institutions (Rural Local Governments) Synthesis Study Financial Management Unit South Asia Region Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Urban Local Bodies Uttar Pradesh Union Territories.
Urban Local Bodies (ULB)s in India are classified into three major categories: 1. Mahanagar Nigam(Muncipal corporation) 2. Nagar palika (Muncipality) 3. Nagar Panchayat (Notified Area Council) Municipal Corporations in India The earliest evidence of local management of civic administration in India can be traced to.
The practice of public financial management is now considered critical in combating corruption, alleviating poverty, and ensuring the effective use of internal and external resources. URBAN LOCAL BODIES IN INDIA: FINANCIAL CONTROL FOR BETTER FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Manag ement Volume 7 Issue 3 / August and effectiveness of revenue collection and expenditure management, qualitative and quantitative indicators can be used.
Improving Public Financial Management in India: Opportunities to Move Forward 1. Introduction Finding ways to improve delivery of public services, establishing an accountability framework, and proper implementation of pro‐poor policies have remained key concerns in India. The 74th CAA recognised urban local bodies' as an independent Constitutional organisation and the third tier governance of India's administrative hierarchy.
The Constitutional amendment recognised three types of urban local bodies - Municipal corporation or Nagar nigam, Municipality or Nagar palika, and City council or Nagar (city) panchayat.
Get this from a library. India, synthesis study of public financial management and accountability in urban local bodies. [World Bank. South Asia Regional Office. Financial Management Unit.;]. The Institute of Public Auditors of India (IPAI) was established in with the broadly cover aspects relating to Public Accountability, Financial Management, Accounts, Audit, Public Administration with focus PRIs and Urban Local Bodies.
Incidentally, similar suggestions have. India - Jharkhand public financial management and accountability study (English) Abstract. Jharkhand, India's youngest and 28th state came into existence in November pursuant to the reorganization of the erstwhile State of Bihar by the Bihar State Reorganization Act, The World Bank in its Study ‘Synthesis Study of Public Financial Management and Accountability (PFMA) in Urban Local Bodies (ULBs)’ of March has mentioned that most ULBs and State Legislations in the country need to be more people centric and need to evolve to focus on compliance, and that issues relating staffing pattern and standardisation in most ULBs is required to.
The study undertaken by the World Bank under the caption “Public Financial Management and Accountability (PFMA) in ULBs in India”, infers that the main constraints to strong PFMA in ULBs are the weak legal framework, less demand for accountability, lack of incentives for compliance with existing rules and limited use of guidelines.
URBAN LOCAL BODIES IN INDIA- PRUDENT FINANCIAL CONTROL PRACTICES Sidhakam Bhattacharyya, Research Scholar, Department of Management Studies, National we examine the influence of such financial controls through a case study. Financial reporting public financial management and accountability is crucial not only for better governance, but.
PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN INDIAN URBAN LOCAL BODIES: SYNTHESIS REPORT Table of ContentsExecutive Summary I1 Rationale and Overview 1 Background 1 Objectives of the Study 1 Approach and Scope 2 Organization of the Report 22 Urban Reforms in India (PFMA Context) 3 Urban Context 3 Mapping Urban.
transfers and grants, and the balance from own revenues of urban local bodies at per cent (India, ), of which local taxation accounted for per cent and user char ges percent. Financial Audit Manual For Madhya Pradesh Urban Local Bodies 2 SECTION – 1 CHAPTER – 1 INTRODUCTION The Backdrop A recent study by the World Bank regarding “Synthesis Study of Public Financial Management and Accounting (PFMA) in Urban Local Bodies” points out that India is witnessing rapid urbanization.finance (or, urban public finance or f inances of urban local government) concerns wi th the provision of these services using financial resources through budget and non -budget planning.