President Cantonment Board

Chief Executive Officer

Brig. Subhash Panwar (Sena Medal)

Shri Mohd. Sameer Islam

 

 

WELCOME TO CANTONMENT BOARD CLEMENT TOWN, DEHRADUN

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The Cantonment Board Clement Town (CBC) is an autonomous body under the control of‘Ministry of Defence’, Government of India. It is deemed to be a municipality under clause(e) of Article 243P of the Constitution of India. It is governed by Cantonment Act 2006 along with Rules and Policies issued by Ministry of Defence, GoI from time to time.

Functions and Responsibilities:

Cantonment Board Clement Town performs a set of 24 obligatory functions like street lightning, regulating trade, birth and death registration, sanitation and hygiene etc as a municipal body. Apart from that, CBC tries to perform 35 discretionary functions depending upon the available budget and social needs and priorities.

Geography

Cantonment Board Clement Town is situated in Dehradun City which is the capital of Uttarakhand. It is well connected from the rest of India by Railways, Airways and Roadways. Its proximity from the railway station is just 6 km and from the Inter State Bus Terminals is just 3 km. National Highway 58 connecting New Delhi with Dehradun, passes tangentially through Cantonment Board Clement Town. It is surrounded on three sides by Rajaji National Park. Bindal River dissects the cantonment board bringing life and fluidity to its rich flora. The profoundness is further elaborated by a beautiful lake maintained by the Cantonment Board right at its entrance.

 

Vision

“Affordable, equitable and sustainable public service delivery”

 

Mission

1.      Transparent and accountable administration.

2.      Proactive and responsive governance and public service delivery.

3.      Maintenance of sanitation and hygiene of highest standard.

4.      Proactive and prompt grievance redressal.

5.      Resource generation.

6.      Defence land management.

7.      Smart town planning.

8.      Development and welfare of citizens and area.

9.      Greater and grassroots democratisation.