2. United Personnel System:
In this system, the state government appoints, administers, and controls the municipal personnel. In other words, state-wise services (cadres) are created for all the urban bodies in the state.
They are transferable between the local bodies in the state. This system is prevalent in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh and so on.
3. Integrated Personnel System:
Under this system, the personnel of the state government and those of the local bodies form part of the same service. In other words, the municipal personnel are the members of the state services.
They are transferable not only between the local bodies in the state but also between local bodies and departments of state government. Thus, there is no distinction between local civil service and state civil service. This system is prevalent in Orissa, Bihar, Karnataka, Punjab, Haryana and others.
The various national level institutions providing training to the municipal personnel are:
1. All-India Institute of Local Self-Government (Bombay) constituted in 1927. It is a private registered society.
2. Centre for Urban and Environmental studies (New Delhi) set up in 1967 on the recommendation of Nur-ud-din Ahmed Committee on Training of Municipal Employees (1963- 1965).
3. Regional Centres for Urban and Environmental Studies (Kolkata, Lucknow, Hyderabad and Mumbai) set up in 1968 on the recommendation of Nur-ud-din Ahmed committee on Training of Municipal Employees (1963- 1965).
4. National Institute of Urban Affairs, established in 1976.
5. Human settlement management institute established in 1985.