Solution:The system of Panchayati Raj involves Village, Block and District levels.
The constitutional amendments of 1992 provided constitutional status to the local self-government in India. This established two systems for urban and rural areas. For the rural areas, the Panchayati Raj system was put in place. As per this system, there had to be a gram panchayat at the level of a few villages. Each village would have a Gram Sabha whose membership includes the entire adult population of that village. At the block level, there would be a Panchayat Samiti. At the district level, the Zilla Parishads would be formed. As we can see, these tiers are hierarchical, as we can see, in contrast to the local urban self-government.