Maharashrta Navnirman Sena's Nitin Vijaykumar Sardesai report card

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Geetanjali Minhas | November 8, 2011




Nitin Vijaykumar Sardesai of Maharashrta Navnirman Sena was elected to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in October 2009. Sardesai has been rated no. eighteen in Praja foundation MLA performance survey. He represents Ward 181 of Mahim area in Mumbai  city. Praja is working for transparency and accountability in governance systems.


Born:  22nd December 1963
Profession:  Businessman

Weight age allotted to parameters - Present & past-                  60%/100%
                                                          Impression/Perception-       40%/100

Sardesai’s  Total score is:                                                                     60/100

Past parameters
1.Education Qualification- B. Sc
Marks
1/1
 Rank          
 
 
2.Income Tax Records       
 
2/2       
3.Criminal Record (including negative parameters)    
       Two FIR’s  registered as per affidavit;    
No FIR registered after 2009 elections ;and    
Two charge sheets pending as on March 2011    
     
Present parameters -   Marks Rank
1. Sessions Attended:                                              39/47  8/10  19
2. No of Questions Asked:                                       422  12/16   8
3. Importance of Questions Asked :  11/21  10
     
Classification of Questions Based on Issues City based State based Nation based
Social Infrastructure(Civic,Community Welfare,Crime
Education, Health &Social Cultural Concern)
   133     130  
Physical Infrastructure(Energy,Forest&Transport)     4      19  
Economical Infrastructure(Financial Institutions and Industries)     7      22  
Governance/Policy making(Revenue,Corruption&Scams,Schemes/Policies)     15      47  
Agriculture/Food Infrastructure(Agriculture,Animal Husbandry and Irrigation)     6      38  
Other(Other related issues)     1    
Total questions   166     256  

4. Total Local Area Development Funds utilized during Dec 2009 to March 2010- Rs 2.39crore;

Marks: 5/5                           

Perception/Impression Parameters Marks Rank
5.Perception of Public Services  14/20   13
6. Awareness and Accessibility  4/6   14
7. Corruption Index  4/10   30
8. Broad Measures 3/4  
     

 Repeated calls to Sardesai’s number went unanswered.

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