WATER SUPPLY
Income Profile Receipts of Cantonment Board consist of the following:- Income from local sources. Non-Tax Revenue. Military Conservancy Charges. Grant-in-aid contribution from State Govt. Service Charges from Defence Department. The resource structure of the Cantonment Board, by and large, is fragile.

The Cantonment Board finds it difficult to augment the income from Property Tax for reasons of no regular addition to the building stock in the Cantonment owing to the restrictive land policy of Government and also due to the unrealistic assessment of property.
Income Profile Receipts of Cantonment Board consist of the following:- Income from local sources. Non-Tax Revenue. Military Conservancy Charges. Grant-in-aid contribution from State Govt. Service Charges from Defence Department. The resource structure of the Cantonment Board, by and large, is fragile.

The Cantonment Board finds it difficult to augment the income from Property Tax for reasons of no regular addition to the building stock in the Cantonment owing to the restrictive land policy of Government and also due to the unrealistic assessment of property.
EXPENDITURE PROFILE
The major items of expenditure of Cantonment Board Meerut are as under:
  1. Establishment including pension of the Cantonment Board employees.
  2. Development Works including Water Supply, drainage, roads.
  3. Maintenance/improvement of CF Buildings, roads, drainage.
  4. Sanitation.
  5. Health and Improvement of Medical Care/facilities in Cantt Hospital.
  6. Free education to the weaker sections of the society upto the primary level.
  7. Horticulture and Arboriculture.
The following table shows the position clearly. The major items of expenditure of Cantonment Board Meerut are as under: i. Establishment including pension of the Cantonment Board employees. ii. Development Works including Water Supply, drainage, roads. iii. Maintenance/improvement of CF Buildings, roads, drainage. iv. Sanitation. v. Health and Improvement of Medical Care/facilities in Cantt Hospital. vi. Free education to the weaker sections of the society upto the primary level. vii. Horticulture and Arboriculture. The following table shows the position clearly.
EXPENDITURE PROFILE