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 Result for Various Post of Uluberia Municipality 2016


 

Annual Financial Statement of ULUBERIA MUNICIPALITY has been audited for the period from financial year 2006-2007 to 2012-2013 and financial year 2013-2014 and financial year 2014-2015 has already been submitted before AG WB for Audit





     

 

 

ABOUT THE REGION:

                      The   area is situated on the west bank of river Hooghly in the Howrah District.
Being a part of the Gangetic plain, this municipality has mainly alluvial soil so the terrain is move or less flat with numerous ponds and ditches. The presence of perennial channels with proper slopes helps the town’s surface drainage.

 

REGIONAL LINKAGES:

Railways: Uluberia, the sub divisional head quarter of the Howrah district is well connected by the southeastern railway. The municipal area extends in  four railway station of  southeastern railway line . They are  Bauria, Chengail, Phuleswar and Uluberia 

Roadways: The National Highway –6 passes through Uluberia in an east west direction. Uluberia is about 40 Km from Kolkata by road.

Waterways:  Uluberia has the potential of being developed as a waterway linkage from Howrah Kolkata. At present the town is well connected with Pujali, Budge Budge  Municipality by River.
There are three important  ferry service under  its jurisdiction . They are as follows :

  1. Uluberia  Ferry  Ghat :   It was established during the British period. It connects Uluberia Municipality and Pujali Municipality . It takes 7 minutes to reach Pujali( near to Kolkata ) . Ticket fare : Rs. 2.50. Here motor boat is used. The service is available from 6.00 AM to 8.00 PM. Along with persons, animals like cow, goat, hen ,etc are carried . Motorbike and cycles are also carried from one ghat to other. On an average 20-30 persons are carried in each trip. In office time it is about 50 persons  in a  trip.
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  3. Jhoutala Ferry Ghat :   It connects Bauria Thana Ghat  with  Budge  Budge  Jute mill  ( near to  Budge Budge Station )  .It takes 7 minutes to cover a trip. Here motor boat is used. Ticket fare : Rs. 3.00 for a person , Rs. 12.00 for a motorbike and Rs. 3.00 for a cycle. The service  is available from 5.15 AM to 10.15 PM. During the office hours (7.15 -11.00) AM & (3.00- 8.15) PM the boat leaves the ghat in 15mins interval . But for the rest of the time  a  gap of 30 minutes is maintained. On an average 20-30 persons are carried in each trip. In office time it is about 50 persons per trip.
  1. Bauria Budge Budge Ferry Service : It connects Bauria  with Bugde Bugde Station ( very near to Kolkata) . It is maintained by Hooghly Nadi Jalopath paribahan Samobay Samiti Limited.  It was established in 1992 in old jetty ghat land . In 1994 it was newly constructed . At first there was wooden jetty ghat ,  but in 1996-97 it was transfered to metallic  jetty ghat. The time required to reach Budge Budge is only 5 minutes. Ticket fare is  Rs. 4.00 . The service starts from 5.15 AM – 10.30 PM . The gap of 15 minutes is maintained between the two vessels during the office time, that is from (6.00- 11.00) AM & (3.30-8.30) PM . In the rest of time , an interval of 30 minutes is followed by the administrative body. Three types of vessel  are found in Hooghly River. They are -  Brick, Middy Steel and Wooden vessel.   The wooden vessel is normally used. During the festival seasons the Steel vessel is hired from Kolkata Dock. On an average it carries 100 passengers . The capacity of each vessel is about (200-250) persons . There are about 38 staffs  are working here. All are maintained by Hooghly Nadi Jalopath paribahan Samobay Samiti Limited.

 

  1. CLIMATE and RAINFALL:The climate is generally hot and humid for a major part of the year. Monsoon normally starts from second week of June and persists upto second week of September. The winter lasts for two months December and January.
    Rainfall is low between November and February, and high around in March and April. During the monsoon season weather conditions are similar to that of other parts of southern districts of the state.
    The rainfall results chiefly for the cyclonic storm, which forms in the northwest angle of the Bay of Bengal, and influence the whole of the southwest of the province. Rains are also caused by inland depressions, which form over the central districts of the Bengal and moved slowly westward. The average rainfall remains around 1400 cm.


TEMPERATURE: Maximum and minimum Temperature in Uluberia is 40 and 6. Respectively.

    WIND DIRECTION:Wind direction during the summer months is generally South /South West and during winter month from north direction. During the months of March/ April there are a sudden nor’westers with wind speeds reaching up to 90-100 Km/hr