Bengaluru City MLA Rating


B.PAC strongly believes in meaningful participation in democratic processes requires informed citizens. For Karnataka 2018 Assembly Elections, we have undertaken several initiatives under our Participatory Democracy Program to help the citizens of Bengaluru to come together in the various stages of elections and vote for a better Bengaluru.

B.PAC along with our Knowledge Partner ICARE, have come up with a the Bengaluru City MLA Rating to help assess the performance of the Elected Representatives ahead of the Assembly Elections of 2018.

MLA Rating is the latest in a series of efforts by B.PAC to provide accurate information of Elected Representatives of the City made available to the citizens. We are attempting to provide this information collated on a single platform.


  1. Ministers attend both the Assembly and Council sessions, data related to the same is not available, hence Ministers are not scored on Attendance in Assembly Sessions
  2. Ministers are not scored on Starred and Unstarred Questions as they represent the executive branch and provide the answers
  3. MLAs are scored on a scale of 100 and Ministers are scored on a scale of 55
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Scoring Mechanism

Bengaluru City MLA Rating :

AC list in Alphabetical Order


  • The above is an analysis of performance against 8 parameters based on datasets available in the public domain and weights given to each parameter and intervals is statistically obtained based on methodology developed by B.PAC and ICARE.
  • Parameters chosen to score MLAs and Ministers are dependent on Availability of Data in Public Domain/Government Departments, Quality of the data, Reliability of the Data Source, Objectivity of the data.
  • The analysis aims to bring objectivity into electoral discussions and encourage voters to engage with their respective elected representatives to make an informed choice.
  • This is not to be interpreted as a rating of integrity and quality of work undertaken by MLAs.