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Full text of "Government Gazette Of Uttar Pradesh"

UTTAR PRADESH GAZETTE, MAY 28,1955

[PAST Vin

U werp adjourned. The number of abortive and ad-
journed meetings during the previous year was 16 and
10, respectively.

7. The statutory provision regarding minimum
aumber of meetings was not obsrarved by the following
23 Boards as against 25 during the previous year :

(I) Saharanpur.
(3) Bjl.-uirlaki.ilir.
(51 M.T.Mvaia.
(7) Miinpnrl.
(J) Fjrruk:iabad

(t!iij

(10)   J-LlUlpUT.

(IT.) Dearu.
(17) Uunao.
(10) IClv-ri.
(21) BiMii'cueli.

»,i3) Bi

(22) Sultanpor.
a Bnnki.

8 The average percentage of attendance of mem-
bers at meetings fell from 66' 85 to 65. The attend-
ance was generally satisfactory excepting in the
D'BLriot Boards of (1) B.treilly, (2) Banda, (3) Hamirpur,
(4) Ghazipur, (5) Deoria, (6) Lucknow, (7) Unnao,
8 Goncla, (9) Bahraioh, (10) Sultanpnr, and (11)
Pratap'arh, wh^re it was below 60. One hundred
and four members did not attend even a single meeting
during the year.

9.    Committees—The Committees ret up by the
Boards worked harmonijusly and gave valuable advice
within their spheres.   The administration was gene-
rally   speaking   conducted   satisfactorily.

10.    Finances—The following are the comparative
figuKtf of tho Boards' income a,nrl expenditure for the
years 1952-53 and 1053-54 ;

Expenditure

1952-53      1953-54         Difference         1932-53          1953-54       Difference

1.  Qovarnment

2.    Mill rents

3.    Local rate

4.    Taxes

5.    Pouatla
I).    Fairies

".    Education

8.    Industrial Education

9.    Medical

10.    Public Health

11,    Veterinary

] 2-    Mfirketa and Shops

13.    Pairs and Exhibition*

14.    Property

13.    Agriculture and Arboriculture

If}.   Interest

17.    General Administration and collection charges

18.    T>ublie Worka   ..
10.    Superannuation

20.    Refund

21.    Miscellaneous    >.

22.    fUtra and Debt ..

Totals
Balances

Ea.
	Bg.
	E^.
	Us.
	Rs.
	Us.

3,73,54,369
	4,38,1P,812 1.03,723
	+ 02,152,443 + 1,08,723
	
	
	

1,34,61,928
	1,40,14,831
	+ M0,nos
	
	
	

23,07,317 22,79,615
	23,97,144 23,1G,6J5
	— !73 + 37.010
	16,19,538
	15,8C,7G4
	—32,784

1.BM91 33,89,170 2 1 89
	1,50,043 H5,5i,-in 2,007
	—29,445 + 1,63.243 —392
	5,04,24,1541 1,61,041
	5,06,49,300 19,420
	+ 2,'24,759 —1,41, 621

1,43',483 1.C6.791 92,019
	1,57,709 1,42,787 1,21,437
	414.227 — 24,004 + 2U.41B
	33/15,851 14,08,204 7,35,488
	35,40,706 14,01,908 7,69,712
	+ 1,90,855 —6,296 +34,234

4,05,048 5,15,482
	4,00,377 6,11,309
	+ 1,329 4 1,26,897
	4',63,831
	4,01,799
	-2,082

2,32,298 2,15,193
	2,23,111 3,09,230
	—4,157 + 04,037
	1,84,418
	l',82J194
	—2,224

34,425
	-10,415
	+ 5,990
	29,70,405
	&0,'l2,S93
	+ 42',P08


	
	
	e^:.77,6(»4
	f)B,50,209
	—4,18,395


	
	
	2,15,038
	2,19,356
	+ 4,318


	
	
	2,05,1174
	3,77,OK2
	+ 1,71,478

14',i3,ai4 21,07,712
	12,is 1,332 5,76,411
	— 1JB0.482 —15,31,301
	18,32,390 8,01,887
	17,15,302 9,74,429
	—1,16,968 + 1,12,542

6,95,99,643    7,52,41,899    +56,42,2.16    7,06,55,790    7,07,16,134      +1,60,344

1,10,68,507   "1,01,28,316     —9,40,231     1,00,12,360    1,46,53,981 +46,41,621

11. The figures of the Opening Balance for tlio
year 1053-54 should have been the same as that of the
Cloaincr Balance for the year 1952-53, hut it w*s in
excessCr>f Rs.1,13,856 (1,01,28,216—1,00,12,380). This
was due to the differences in the figures reported
by the Jhansi and the Muzaffarnagar Boards, which
wore as follows :

—
	Opening balance for 1953-54
	Closing balance   Different.1" tor 19d2-.13

1. DJtrict Board, .Tha-asi 2. D.rtricfc BoatJ. Muzaffarna^aT Total  .
	40,339 0,18,527
	85,630     —45,291 4,57,380 +1,50,147

		..      1,13,85B

The^ft discrepancies were due to subsequent   recon-
ciliations in accounts.

l£""""The increase in income is attributable mainly
to—

(i) increased  Government  grants   ; and

liil increase in Government srpants paid in lien
of local rate due t7 revision of figures.
13.   Education—During the year under report, the
Boards undertook adjustment of schools according
to local netids.   Aoeordingly a good number of iraeco-
schools were closed down and some new ones

were opened. Aid was discontinued to schools whose
enrolment was low, and as a result the number of schools
maintained by the Boards came down from 27,865 to
27,700, and that of tho aided ones, from 2,278 to
1,942. On account of the fall in the number of schools,
the number of scholars also decreased from 24,21, 470 to
24,19,295. The number of scholars per mille of papula-
lion and the cost per scholar worked out to 44 and
Rs.20, as against 43 and Rs.19, respectivelys during
Hie previous year.

14.    The income of the Boards from these schools,
however, increaaod from Us.83,89,170  to Rs.85,52,413
on account of increase in the rate of fees and receipt
of arrear contributiDn from other local bodias.    The
expenditure  also  incroased from    Ra.5,04,24,541  to
Rs.5,06,49,300   on  account  of payment   of   arrears
of salaries  and   provident  fund  to  teachers.   The
arrears of Ra.25,14,222 still outstanding represent the
am>unl; payable to taichera on account of ths increments
earaad by them and the difference between the rates
of dearnegs  allowance   prescribed    by   Government
and those being allowed by the B}o,rd3.

15.    Industrial Education—As in the previous year,
each of the Boirds of Muzaffarnagar, Gorakhpur and
Hardoi maintained, and that of Bara   Banki   subsi-
dized, one Industrial school for boys.   The District
Board, Gonda, also started  giving aid to   one such