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MPL For Urban Tax


State Government has decided to organize Municipal Premier League (MPL) in AMRUT Cities on the lines of Indian Premier League (IPL) for mobilizing tax collection in an effective way.

Housing and Urban Development Department has signed a MoU with Janaagraha Team to improve the revenue collection in the ULBs of the State so as to make the ULBs self-sustainable.
 
In this regard, the team has come up with the idea of conducting Municipal Premier League (MPL) for the Property (Holding) Tax collecting Officials of the AMRUT cities of the State which will increase the internal revenue collection.
 
The main objective of conducting MPL is to motivate Tax Officials, recognize their contributions through exciting contest format modeled on the IPL and in turn to improve the internal revenue generation of the ULBs across the State.
 
A preparatory meeting was held chaired by G Mathi Vathanan Principal Secretary H&UD in Kharavela Bhawan for organizing the MPL in   AMRUT cities of the State .
 
Sangramjit Naik Director Municipal Administration, Commissioners of Municipal Corporations , concerned Executive Officers and other Senior Officers of the Department were present in the meeting. A detailed discussion was held on organization of MPL .
 
An Organizing Committee has been formed consisting of the Director Municipal Administration as the Chairman and all the Municipal Commissioners of 5 Municipal Corporations ie.BMC , CMC , BeMC , RMC & SMC and  the Executive Officers of 4 Municipalities ie. Puri , Baripada , Balasore and Bhadrak to facilitate, monitor and guide the entire event.
 
A workshop in this regard will be conducted on 20 January 2020 for the Tax Collecting Officials to kick-start the league and to provide capacity building training.
 
The tax collection process will start from 21 January 2020 at the 9 AMRUT cities for the purpose of MPL and the actual league will take place from 1 February to 31 March 2020.
 
Weekly status meetings will be held with the Organizing Committee to understand the progress of MPL. A maximum of 67 Awards are to be distributed among the top performing officials after conclusion of the league.
 
 The real time data will be shared by the respective ULBs/ Teams under the leadership of the Organising committee members to create the dashboard for the league.
 
The new initiative will create a competitive atmosphere among the Tax Officials and will improve the collection of internal revenue in the Nine AMRUT cities of the state.
 
 


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