al of the Maharashtra is managed by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC). Pune Administration is structured and well shaped. Pune district of 2 crore individuals is divided into 14 ‘talukas’ under 11 ‘nagarpalikas’ or municipal corporations. A city has two ‘Mahanagarpalikas’, and three cantonment boards which taken care of by 13 ‘Panchayat Samitis’. The local administration of Pune lies beneath in the charge of Pune Municipal Corporation. The chief accountability of PMC is to look after the civic and infrastructural needs of the citizens of the Pune. The city of Pune is alienated into 48 municipal wards represented by 3 members from each region which is mainly administered by an Assistant Municipal Commissioner. The members of the different wards are designated by the people through Municipal Elections which are alleged at regular intervals and in which local members of all major political parties contribute. Actual executive supremacy is governed by the Municipal Commissioner, an officer of the Indian Administrative Service who is selected by the Government of Maharashtra.
Pune was the principal military base for the British during the Raj and the architecture in the cantonment area is very reminiscent of the era. The majority of the old Cantonment land in the city is now engaged by the Indian Army for the accommodation of its garrisons and officers. The department of Police is an integral part of state Home ministry. The law and order in the city is take care by the Police department which is governed by the Police Commissioner who is an IPS Officer.