RIGHT TO INFORMATION AND OBLIGATIONS OF PUBLIC AUTHORITIES UNDER SECTION 4(1)(b),CHAPTER-II OF THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005.

Introductory notes:-

Champhai District came into existenceon 12th December, 1997. The District, located in the North East corner of Mizoram is bordering with Manipur in the North and Myanmar in the East and South. The District is divided into three Sub-Divisionsi.e. Champhai, Ngopa and Khawzawl and have four Rural Blocks - Champhai, Khawzawl, Ngopa and Khawbung. Champhai Town is the administrative Headquarters of the District.

The Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Champhai District, Champhai was established on 22nd April 1998 and had Pu C.Hmingthanzuala,IAS as its first Deputy Commissioner. The Office of the Deputy Commissioner is located at Keifangtlang which is about 6 km from the town of Champhai.

  • THE PARTICULARS OF ITS ORGANISATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:-

The broad set up of the DC’s establishment is as follows:

Deputy Commissioner is the head of the establishment. The sub-ordinate Officers and Staff working under his control in order of precedence are:-

Deputy Commissioner-1 Post

Addl. Deputy Commissioner-1 Post

Sub-Divisional Officer(Sadar) -1 Post

Election Officer-1 Post

Sub-Divisional Officer(Civil)-2 Posts

Assistant Settlement Officer-1 Post

Sub-Deputy Commissioner/SDC-4Posts

Superintendent-1 Post

Assistant-3 Posts

Stenographer-II (PA-DC)-1 Post

Stenographer-III(PA-Addl.DC)-1 Post

Upper Division Clerk(UDC)-8 Posts

Lower Division Clerk (LDC)-9 Posts

Circle Assistant-I(CA-I)-3 Posts

Circle Assistant-II(CA-II)-5 Posts

Driver-7 Posts

Group D-33 Posts

Total-81 Posts

FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES :

1)ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS:

  • The Office of the Deputy Commissioner acts as the Administrative Headquarters of the District.
  • The Deputy Commissioner is the head of the District Administration.
  • This Office ensures constant co-ordination with all Government Departments for smooth functioning of administrative machinery in the District.
  • The Office isin-charge of revenue administration in the District.

2)DEVELOPMENTAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Monitoring and supervision of all the developmental works (District Innovation Fund,MGNREGS, BADP,etc)of theconcernedDepartment in the District.
  • Co-ordination and guiding the activities of various field departments at the District Level for successful implementation of various Govt. schemes, flagship programme and special development programmes.
  • Implementation and monitoring of MPLADS and MLALADSdirectly throughauthorizedagencies.

3)JUDICIAL FUNCTIONS :

  • The Deputy Commissioner’s Office is the Office of the District Magistrate.
  • It is responsible for the maintenance of Law and Order in the District.
  • Issue Certificates like Tribal, Residential, Income, character, Tax Exemption, Travel Concession Card etc.
  • Issue and renewal of Inner Line Permit (ILP).
  • Deals with matters relating to arms and explosives. Forward application for Arms Licence,Registration of Arms and renewal of Arms Licence.
  • Recovery of loans and debts under Certificate Case.
  • Protection of Consumer Rights through District/Consumer Forum.
  • Ensuring better co-ordination for fighting against crime having international repercussions.

4)DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND REHABILITATION:

  • Rescue, relief and rehabilitation of those affected by natural calamities within the District.
  • Provisionof financial relief (ex-gratia)in case of death and damage of property due to natural calamity.
  • Distribution of Silpaulins for prevention of landslide.
  • Co-ordinating activities of various Departments in times of natural disaster.
    • It is the Office of the District Election Officer.
    • Preparation of Electoral Rolls for elections to the State Legislative Assembly and the Parliament.
    • Conducting free and fair elections.
    • Implementation of Electors Photo Identity Card Scheme.
    • Co-ordinating all the Election related works in the District.

5)ELECTORAL FUNCTIONS:

6)IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW LAND USE POLICY (NLUP):

  • Co-ordination of various NLUP Line Departments for successful Implementation of the Policy.
  • Supervision and verification/monitoring of all activities under NLUP.
  • Acts as a link between the NLUP Line Departments, Village Level Monitoring Committee, Village Level Implementing Committee and the NLUP Implementing Board.
  • To deal with all matters related to NLUP within the District.
    • As office of the Principal Census Officer, population enumeration, National Population Register (NPR), Socio-economic& caste census, etc. are all operated in the District by this office.
    • Receiving and entertaining VIP’s and Important dignitaries visiting the District.
    • Observation of Important days viz : Independence Day, Republic Day, Chapchar Kut, etc.
    • Redressal of Public Grievances through Champhai District Information and Grievances Redressal System.
    • Enforcement of the Provision of cot pot in the District, stopping of Trade of Contraband items etc.

7)OTHER FUNCTIONS:

In addition to the above mentioned functions, it can be concluded by saying that the D.C’s Office deals with all matters of administrative nature within the District.

GUIDELINES FOR APPLICATION OF CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY THE OFFICE

  • Permanent/Temporary Residential Certificate:
  • Scheduled Tribe / Scheduled Caste Certificate :
  • Income Certificate :
  • Inner Line Pass (ILP):
  • Arms Licence:
  • Character Certificate :
  • Tax Exemption Certificate:
  • Concession Card :
  • The application form costs Rs.10.
  • The following list of documents are to be enclosed in the application form-
  • Voter’s I.D.(Attested copy)
  • In case of minor father’s voter’s I.D (Attested copy)
  • Ration card/Electricity Bill/Water Bill(Attested copy)
  • Letters of recommendation from concerned YMA and Village Council
  • Two(2) passport size photo.
  • The application form costs Rs.10.
  • The following list of documents are to be enclosed in the application form-
  • Voter’s I.D.(Attested copy)
  • In case of minor father’s voter’s I.D (Attested copy)
  • Birth Certificate (Attested copy)
  • Letters of recommendation from concerned YMA and Village Council
  • Two(2) passport size photo.
  • The Income Certificate form costs Rs.10.
  • Voter’s I.D (Attested copy)
  • Applicants working under the Govt. should provide a document showing his/her lastpay certificate (LPC) which is certified by the Head of Department concerned.
  • Applicants not working under the Govt. should attach VC and YMA recommendation with the form.
  • Applicants from the Districts of Karimganj, Hailakandi and Cachar of Assam should enclose relevant extract of E/Roll countersigned by concerned ERO.
  • Only indigenous persons residing in Mizoram either individually or representing Gov’t. Office shall be accepted as a sponsor for ILP.

  • The application form for the issue of Regular ILP costs Rs.50. In addition, Rs.200 is to be paid by the applicant on issue of fresh ILP.
  • The following list of documents are to be enclosed in the application form;
  • Deposit at Call(Bank Challan) is to be made at MRB/APEX bank at Rs. 1000 per applicant. This is to be regarded as a security deposit by the Sponsor. When the services of the applicant are no longer required the sponsor can claim the the security deposit by submission of the copy of the ILP(Applicant’s & Sponsor’s copy) to the office of the Deputy Commissioner.
  • Applicant of Nepali/Gurkha origin should bring certificate from the Deputy Commissioner of their Village/Home town to prove that they are Indian National.

Extension of validity of ILP:

  • The Extension form of ILP costs Rs.20.
  • The applicant is required to pay a fee of Rs.100 for every extension/renewal of his / her ILP.
  • The validity of ILP can be extended two times.The extension shall not exceed 6 months at a time.
  • The application for renewal should be submitted 7 days before the expiry of the ILP.
  • Applicant should be 21 years and above.
  • The following list of documents are to be enclosed-
  • On receipt of an application for issue of Arms Licence the Licencing authority shall call for the report of the Officer in charge of the nearest Police Station to ensure that the application is genuine and correct.
  • Renewal of Arms Licence can be done in DC’s Office itself while application for issue of Arms Licence has to be forwarded to the Home Department for approval.
  • Arms Licence can be renewed on payment of renewal fee for a period of 3 years at a time.
  • Fees: The following are the new rates as per Arms Rules, 2016-
  • 4(four)passport size photographs with white background
  • Identity Proof : Voter ID
  • Age Proof: Birth Certificate/HSLC Certificate
  • Residence Proof: Electric Bill/Water Bill/Residential Certificate
  • Medical Certificate: Form S-3
  • Police Verification Report: Form S-4
  • Fresh Arms Licence Fees–Rs.1000.00
  • Renewal of Arms Licence Fees -Rs. 500.00
  • Registration with outside Licensing Authority Rule 17(1)-Rs.500.00
  • Addition/Deletion of Retainers – Rs. 500.00
  • Change of Address within the Authority Rule 17(1)- Rs. 500.00
  • Transfer of Arms- Rs. 1000.00
  • Grant of NOC under Rule 98 – Rs. 500.00
  • Addition/ Delettion of firearms (for each firearm)-Rs. 500.00
  • Endorsement of firearm under Rule 18(for each firearm)–Rs.500.00
  • Character Certificate is issued by D.C’s Office on payment of Rs.10 only.
  • Character Certificate can be issued on production by the applicant of Police Verification from the nearest Police Station which shows that he/she has no criminal record or has never been convicted of any offence.
  • The rate of the application form for Tax Exemption Certificate is Rs.10 only.
  • The applicant must attach the following documents to the application form without which the Certificate cannot be issued:-
  • Electoral Photo ID card (Attested copy).
  • Tribal certificate (Attested copy).
  • VCP/Secretary acknowledgement letter (Original).
  • There are three types of Concession Card that can be applied for in D.C’s Office. They are-
  • The rate of the Concession Card application form is Rs.10 only.
  • Acknowledgement letter of VC/YMA indicating that the applicant is a genuine resident of Champhai District should be attached to the application form.
  • Voter’s ID card should also be produced by the applicant at the time of submitting the application form to prove that he is a bonafide citizen of India.
  • Concession Card for travelling in Mizoram State Transport (MST) buses i.e. 50% concession of fare to the Old aged persons who are beyond 65yrs. of age in Mizoram.
  • Concession Card for travelling in MST buses free of fare by blind persons and physically disabled persons with one accompanying attendant subject to the issue of tickets.
  • Concession Card for travelling in MST buses free of fare by cancer patients and mentally retarded persons with one accompanying attendant subject to the issue of tickets.

(ii)THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES:-

(1) Deputy Commissioner

The powers and duties of the Deputy Commissioner may be briefly described under the following heads:

*As Deputy Commissioner: Co-Ordination among the Departments and taking up public welfare activities, carrying out decennial census, overseeing the disaster management and providing relief to the affected people.

*As District Collector: performing functions of collector under Land Acquisition Act, responsible for collection of land revenue, other account of Govt. taxes, fees and all its recoverable as arrears of land revenue.

*As District Magistrate: is responsible for Law & Order, supervision of Executive Magistrate in the District, control& direct the actions of the Police and supervise his power over administration of Jails and Lock Up.

*As District Election Officer: is responsible for conduct of Election and management of Electoral Roll in the District.

*As head of the Office: to supervise and manage all works of SDO Offices.

*As representative of the State Govt.at the District: coordinating all the VIP visits.

*As a general administrator-is required to take cognizance of the matterof public interest and take it to its logical conclusion with the help of Govt. Department, or by processing the matter in his own office.

(2)AdditionalDeputy Commissioner:-

Additional Deputy Commissioner assists the Deputy Commissioner in the implementation of Govt. programmes, policies of Government and Centrally Sponsored Schemes and performs duties as prescribed under different Acts & Rules. His day to day function within the realm of the office includes giving advice and sharing his expertise to the D.C in the discharge of his official duties and representing the D.C in public and official functions and gatherings where the presence of the Deputy Commissioner is required as per protocol. He is closest to the Deputy Commissioner by virtue of his status. With regards to Judicial Power, he is designated as the Additional District Magistrate.

(3) Sub-Divisional Officer(Sadar):-

SDO(S) is the seniormost subordinate officer who is normally from the senior grade of the State Civil Service. Literally, Sadar means HeadQuarters so the SDO(S) has his office in the District HeadQuarters. He is the Executive Magistrate when it comes to Judicial Power. SDO(S) has a separate jurisdiction within a particular geographical area within the District itself inspite of his posting in the District HeadQuarters under the direct control of the D.C.

(4) Sub-Divisional Officer(Civil) :-

SDO(C) has more or less the same duty and functions as those of the SDO(S). They also function as the Executive Magistrate in the District. They differ from SDO(S) in that they are located at the Sub-Divisional level whereas the former has his office at the District Headquarters.

(5) Sub-Deputy Commissioner:-

Sub-Deputy Commissioners belongs to Junior Grade of the State Civil Service. These officers assists the D.C in the day to day official work. Each officer is assigned separate duties through work distribution and they are designated as Branch Officers as their role are to assist the D.C. They also function asExecutive Magistrates and execute the powers and duties invested therein.

(6) Superintendent:-

The Superintendent looks after fresh daks,supervises the works of the clerical staff, maintains discipline and punctuality in the office, supervises & assists in office work of Branches allotted to him.

(7) Assistant:-

He is the backbone of the office administration. He is responsible for maintaining congenial officers-staff relations. The Assistant has to supervise the works, performance and even the behavior of each staff. He is the reporting Authority of ACR’s/Performance Report for all the staff, i.e. UDC to those below. The overall performance of staffs and atmosphere of the work place is largely determined by the ability, personality, experience and enthusiasm of the Assistant.

(8) Personal Assistant to the Deputy Commissioner:-

This is the post for Stenographer-II. The main duty of a P.A is to take notes being dictated by the D.C which is normally confidential in nature. Dexterity & high speed in short hand as well as in typing is absolutely necessary for a P.A. Apart from these, a P.A is required to be familiar with the phone numbers of important officials, politicians, NGO leaders and prominent persons for easy communication in the discharge of official duties by the D.C.

(9) Personal Assistant to the Additional Deputy Commissioner:-

This is the post for Stenographer with a minimum qualification of stenographer Grade-III. The nature of his/her duties is similar to those of P.A to D.C as mentioned above.

(10) Upper Division Clerk/Lower Division Clerk:-

Practically, they are the employees who keep the entire process of office work in motion. They take initiative in processing paper correspondences right from docketing, noting and drafting as the case may be. Locating relevant papers and references, noting, drafting and making suggestions is mainly their responsibility. The various Branches of the office are being looked after separately by different dealing assistants who are either an UDC, LDC or C.A under the supervision of the assistant. The pace of work in the office largely depends on these clerical staff.

(11)Circle Assistant:-

Initially, C.A’s were engaged as field staff for collection of revenue taxes, house side plotting and conducting spot verification of land dispute, etc. However, since the establishing of Revenue Department as a separate establishment, the utility of their service has

Been replaced by Revenue Surveyors. As a result, some C.A’s who have lower educational qualifications were engaged as peons whereas those with higher qualification were made to function as clerical staff. Therefore the duties of C.A’s vary from person to person depending on their educational background and other qualities that they possess.

(12)Driver:-

As the designation so suggests, the work of a driver is driving Departmental vehicle exclusively for official purposes within the locality as well as out-station official tours.

(13)Group D:-

They occupy the bottom-most rung in the hierarchical set up of the office. Group D employees are mainly divided into 3(three) categories of similar grade, they are:-

1.Peon- The main work of a peon is carrying of files and other official papers and correspondences to and fro within the office premises, from office to office as well as functioning as special messenger when the need arises.

2. Chowkidars- Chowkidars are responsible for looking after the office building. They are sometimes engaged as night watchman if situation so demands.

3. Sweepers- Sweepers as the name suggests are expected to sweep and clean not only the interior part of the office but its surrounding areas as well.

(iii)THE PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS, INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY:

The process of decision making starts with a correspondence received which is put up after completing the formal procedure of noting down the gist / summary of the correspondence with suggestion if any, by the Dealing Assistant. The file is routed through to all the concerned starting from the Assistant to the highest Authority i.e the Deputy Commissioner. Normally, the file starts its journey from the lower position making its way to the highest in the organizational hierarchy.

As a first step, the Dealing Assistant puts up the file to the Superintendent who puts it up to the concerned Branch Officer. The Branch Officer then forwards it to his senior i.e. SDO(S), and then from himto the Additional D.C who then finally puts it up to the Deputy Commissioner, whose decision is absolute and final. In this process of passing on of file, all concerned are expected to examine the matter carefully and give their respective inputs and suggestions. This is to enable them to work as a team and arrive at the best possible decision. Furthermore, this procedure upholds transparency and accountability and acts as a channel of supervision at every stage of decision making.

(iv)THE NORMS SET BY IT FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS

The organization basically relies on Central Secretariat Manuals and a number of other Acts, Rules, Regulations and Gov’t. Instructions and notifications for the discharge of its day to dayofficial functions.

All official duties and functions are performed bearing in mind the official procedures in general and welfare of the public in particular.

(v)THE RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS, HELD BY IT OR UNDER EACH CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING ITS FUNCTIONS :

  • The Arms Act, 1959 and The Arms Rules, 1962.
  • Arms Rules, 2016
  • The Explosives Act, 1884 and The Explosives Rules, 1983.
  • Civil Procedure Code, 1908.
  • Criminal Procedure Code, (CrPc), 1973
  • Mizoram Revenue Acts,2015
  • Land Acquisition Act, 1894.
  • Mizoram (Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation & Resettlement) Act, 2016
  • The Lushai Hills District (Village Council) Acts, 1953 as amended up date.
  • Central Treasury Rules.
  • General Financial Rules, 1963.
  • Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules.
  • Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules.
  • The Consumer Protection Acts, 1986 & Rules, 1987.
  • Mizoram Roadside Land Control Act Rules 1979.
  • New Land Use Policy Guidelines and Calendar of Works.
  • Inner Line Regulation Guidelines.
  • MP LADS and MLA LADS Guidelines.
  • The Disaster Management Act, 2005.
  • Human Rights Manual for District Magistrate.
  • Manual on Office Procedure.

In addition to the above, a number of other Gov’t. Instructions, notifications as well as related Acts and rules are used by the employees of Deputy Commissioner’s Office for discharging their functions.

(vi)STATEMENT OF THE CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL :

The categories of documents being maintained can be classified under the following heads-

  • Land records in the form of Departmental Land Lease Certificates of its position for which annual taxes have been paid on regular basis.
  • Properly accounted register of Arms, Armed licenses and licence holders with their detail addresses within its jurisdiction.
  • Inventory for all movable and immovable assets of the District Administration.
  • Incumbency of Deputy Commissioner and other employees under this control.
  • List of NGO’s and other Associations and bodies formed within the District Headquarters for ready communication in times of meeting in connection with the discharge of the duties as District Administration.
  • Acquaintance Roll, Cash Book, Treasury Transit Book, Contingent Register, Bank Account Pass Book being operated by the Office.
  • Personal files of Housing Loanees under building advance (HBA).
  • Census register of all villages updated from time to time.

(vii)THE PARTICULARS OF ANY ARRANGEMENT THAT EXIST FOR CONSULTATION WITH, OR REPRESENTATION OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF:

The District Administration does not formulate any policy matter on its own, rather it simply follows the policies formulated by the State Gov’t. / Ministry practically. However, consultation with representative of political parties, NGO members and prominent citizens have been held by convening meetings which gives them opportunity to express their opinions and suggestions. In addition to this, Champhai District Information and Grievances Redressal System was created by the Deputy Commissioner for not only redressing the grievances of the public in the District but also for ensuring better participation and enhancement of knowledge of the public with regards to the working of all the Departments within the District.

(viii)A STATEMENT OF THE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES CONSISTING OF TWO OR MORE PERSONS CONSTITUTED AS ITS PART OR FOR THE PURPOSE OF ITS ADVICE, AND AS TO WHETHER MEETINGS OF THOSE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, FOR THE MINUTES OF SUCH MEETING ARE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC :-

As many as 60 Committees or bodies under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner with the approval or nomination of the Government have been constituted. Besides, a number of other District Level Committees having local interest oriented Committees have been formed with the objective of catering to public interest.

The District Level Committee constituted under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner are :-

  • District Rural Development Agency.
  • District Leprosy Control Society.
  • District Vector Borne Diseases Control Society.
  • District Cancer Society.
  • District Level Environment Monitoring Cell.
  • District Blindness Control Society.
  • Indian Red-Cross Society of Mizoram, Champhai District Branch.
  • District Disability Rehabilitation Centre-Champhai District.
  • District Level Agriculture Mass Media Committee.
  • District Level Vigilance Committee on Identification, relief & Rehabilitation on Bonded Labourer.
  • District Level Committee on Women and Empowerment.
  • District Level Co-Ordination Committee on Forestry.
  • District Level Committee on National Maternity Benefit Scheme.
  • District Co-Ordination Committee on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome.
  • District HIV/AIDS Committee.
  • District/Block Vigilance & Monitoring.
  • District Eco-Club Committee.
  • District Level Co-Ordination on Green Mizoram.
  • District Level Committee on Cleanliness Week.
  • District Level Steering Committee – CHARCA.
  • District Co-Ordination Committee on Promotion of Nutrition Knowledge.
  • District Level Committee on Persons with Disability.
  • Committee on Disposal of Damaged Foodstuffs.
  • District Level Committee for Observance of National Safety Day.
  • District Co-Ordination Committee.
  • District Level Public Utilities Co-Ordination Committee.
  • District Rogi Kalyan Samiti.
  • District Level Co-Ordination Committee on ICDS/Project Mangalam.
  • District Project Committee on Mizoram Intodelhna Project (MIP).
  • District Advisory Committee for Renewable Energy.
  • District TB Control Society.
  • Sarva Shiksha Abhyan (SSA).
  • District Level Integrated Diseases Surveillance Committee.
  • District Level Committee on NFTW.
  • Board of Jail Visitors/Jail Board of Visitors.
  • Grievance Redressed Cell.
  • Consumer Deputies Redressal Forum (District Forum).
  • District Level Services Authority.
  • District Level Selection Committee of National Youth Award.
  • District Level Committee for Prevention of Sexual Harassment.
  • District Prohibition Committee.
  • Crime Review Meeting.
  • District Level Security Meeting.
  • District Disaster Management Committee.
  • District Level Committee on Fire Prevention.
  • District Level Committee on Distribution of Galvanized Corrugates Sheets.
  • Site Allotment Advisory Board (SAAB).
  • District Level Anti-Adulteration Cell.
  • District Level Standing Committee on MP Election.
  • District Level Consultative Committee.
  • Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan(RMSA).
  • District Level NLUP Implementing Committee.
  • District Level NLUP Monitoring Committee.
  • District Level Committee on BADP.
  • District Level Committee on Aadhaar- Linked Direct Benefit Transfer.

The other District Level Committees constituted under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner as a result of local demand for the welfare of the public or group of persons or associations are :-

  • District Park Committee.
  • District Sports Committee.
  • Local Level Committee on Trust.
  • Management Committee on Champhai New Market (CHANEM).
  • Road Safety Week Committee.
  • Celebration Committee for Observance of National Important Days.
  • Chapchar Kut Celebration Committee.

(ix)A Directory of its Officers and Employees under DC Office:-

Directory of its officers and employees listed in order of precedence are:-

Sl.No

NAME

DESIGNATION

Telephone

Office/Residence

Address

1

Vanlalngaihsaka

D.C

9612120920

Keifangtlang

2

C.C.Lalchhuangkima

Addl.DC

9436142977

Keifangtlang

3

Pachhunga

SDO (S)

9862141090

Keifangtlang

4

Lalremruata Kullai

E.O

9862306761

Keifangtlang

5

Rebecca Laldinmawii Hrahsel

SDC

8974736278

Kahrawt

6

Remlalliana Hnamte

SDC

9862355288

Keifangtlang

7

Beitlotha Nohro

SDC

9612646714

Keifangtlang

8

Lalrinsanga Hnamte

SDC

8826815232

Vengthlang

9

Vanlalhuma

Superintendent

8974169649

Kahrawt

11

C.Lalchungnungi

Assistant

9862667446

Keifangtlang

12

Lalremruati Colney

Steno-II

9862225304

Vengsang

13

C. Zothanmawii

UDC

9862881107

Venglai

14

Lalbiakliani

UDC

8575952405

Keifangtlang

15

C. Lalnunsanga

UDC

8974981780

Keifangtlang

16

Lalengmawii

UDC

9436145005

Keifangtlang

17

K. Lalzuithanga

LDC

9862751523

Tlangsam

18

R. Lalngaihzuali

LDC

9862732692

Keifangtlang

19

Zairemsangi

LDC

9856449076

Vengsang

20

Lalngaihzuali

LDC

8974002534

Keifangtlang

21

Laltlanzami

LDC

8014656645

Vengsang

22

Lalhmingliana

CA-I

9862812837

Keifangtlang

23

C. Lalzova

CA-I

9862366665

Bethel

24

Damkhantluanga

CA-I

8974669122

Vengsang

25

K. Lalsiamliani

CA-II

9862732652

Hmunhmeltha

26

Chhuanawma

Driver

9612176807

Keifangtlang

27

PC. Rokima

Driver

9862601469

Vengthlang

28

Hmingthantluanga

Driver

9862612263

Keifangtlang

29

Lalchhandama

Driver

8974435755

Vengsang

30

Zamawia

Peon

9862601096

Keifangtlang

31

Lalrozama

Peon

9862812838

Bethel

32

Vungsiama

Peon

9612194976

Keifangtlang

33

Huliana

Peon


Venglai

34

PC.Zaitluangi

Peon

9615162772

Keifangtlang

35

Saizuala Sailo

Peon


Bethel

36

Lalramchhani

Peon

9862531862

Kanan

37

Lalhmingliani

Peon

9862112981

Keifangtlang

38

Thanghliri

Peon

9862819163

Tlangsam

39

Luaisiama

Peon

9862569042

Keifangtlang

40

Lalthangmawii

Peon


Keifangtlang

41

Kawlnithangi

Peon

8259027586

Electric veng

42

Laikhumliana

Peon

9862601121

Vengthlang N

43

Vanlalawmpuia

Peon


Ngopa

(x) THE MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN ITS REGULATION

Sl.No

NAME

DESIGNATION

PAY Band

Grade PAY

Gross Amount of Remuneration


1

Vanlalngaihsaka

D.C

37400-67000


168957


2

C.C.Lalchhuangkima

Addl.DC

15600-39100

7600

76100


3

Pachhunga

SDO (S)

15600-39100

6600

74378


4

Lalremruata Kullai

EO

15600-39100

6600

63197


5

Rebecca LaldinmawiiHrahsel

SDC

15600-39100

5400

50850


6

Remlalliana Hnamte

SDC

15600-39100

5400

51630


7

Beitlotha Nohro

SDC

15600-39100

5400

48750


8

Lalrinsanga Hnamte

SDC

15600-39100

5400

52320


9

Vanlalhuma

Superintendent

15600-39100

5400

71836


10

C. Lalchungnungi

Assistant

9300-34800

4600

63687


11

Lalremruati Colney

Steno-II

9300-34800

4600

61901


12

C. Zothanmawii

UDC

9300-34800

4400

50642


13

Lalbiakliani

UDC

9300-34800

4600

52590


14

C. Lalnunsanga

UDC

9300-34800

4200

48365


15

Lalengmawii

UDC

9300-34800

4400

51960


16

K. Lalzuithanga

LDC

5200-20200

4200

49939


17

R. Lalngaihzuali

LDC

5200-20200

4200

47775


18

Zairemsangi

LDC

5200-20200

2800

40539


19

Laltlanzami

LDC

5200-20200

2800

39223


20

Lalhmingliana

CA-I

5200-20200

4400

51330


21

C. Lalzova

CA-I

5200-20200

2800

39856


22

Damkhantluanga

CA-I

5200-20200

2400

32103


23

K. Lalsiamliani

CA-II

5200-20200

2000

29823


24

Chhuanawma

Driver(SplGrade)

9300-32800

4400

47003


25

PC. Rokima

Driver( G-I)

9300-32800

4200

40230


26

Hmingthantluanga

Driver( G-I)

9300-32800

4200

38572


27

Lalchhandama

Driver( G-I)

9300-32800

4200

40230


28

Lalthlana

Driver

5200-20200

1900

19193


29

Kapthanga

Driver

5200-20200

1900

19193


30

Zamawia

Peon

5200-20200

2000

30960


31

Lalrozama

Peon

5200-20200

2400

34662


32

Vungsiama

Peon

5200-20200

2400

32850


33

Huliana

Peon

5200-20200

2000

31363


34

PC. Zaitluangi

Peon

5200-20200

2000

33435


35

Lalthangmawii

Peon

4440-7440

1900

29460


36

Saizuala Sailo

Peon

4440-7440

1800

27933


37

Lalramchhani

Peon

4440-7440

1650

21541


38

Lalhmingliani

Peon

4440-7440

1650

20678


39

Thanghliri

Peon

4440-7440

1900

29460


40

Luaisiama

Peon

4440-7440

1800

26415


41

Kawlnithangi

Peon

4440-7440

1650

18159


42

Laikhumliana

Peon

4400-7440

1650

18159


43

Vanlalawmpuia

Peon

4400-7440

1650

19238


In addition to the above remuneration, the following employees received compensation as below :


Sl.No

Name

Designation

Name of Compensation

Amount per month

1.

C.Zothanmawii

UDC

Cash Handling allowances

Rs.700/-












(xi)THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENT MADE :-

  • The annual budget allocation in respect of Deputy Commissioner Champhai is exclusively under Non-Plan budget. The Year-wise budgetallocation and expenditure since inception of the District in the year 1998 is as indicated below :-

Head of Account

Major Head:2053-Dist. Admn. (NP)

Minor Head:093-Dist. Estt.

Sub-Head:093(04)-D.C Champhai

FOR THE YEAR 1998 – 1999

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.1999 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01) - Salary

13.90

13.34

(+) 0.56 (savings)

(02) - Wages

0.50

0.43

(+) 0.07 (savings)

(03) - TE

1.60

0.85

(+) 0.75 (savings)

(04) -OE

12.00

13.13

(-) 1.13 (excess)

(06) – Rent

5.00

-

(+) 5.00 (savings)

(11) – Hospitality

0.50

0.41

(+) 0.09 (savings)

(14) – Minor warks

8.10

8.09

(+) 0.01 (savings)

(24) – Other Charges

0.50

0.35

(+) 0.15 (savings)

Total :

42.10

36.60

(+)5.50(savings)

FOR THE YEAR 1999-2000

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2000 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)





(01) - Salary

13.90

13.34

(+) 0.56 (savings)




(01) - Salary

64.00

58.21

(+)5.79(savings)




(02) - Wages

1.00

0.83

(+) 0.17(savings)




(03) - TE

4.80

2.74

(+) 2.06 (savings)




(04) -OE

23.00

27.13

(-) 4.13 (savings)




(06) – Rent

5.00

-

(+) 5.00 (savings)




(11) – Hospitality

1.00

0.84

(+) 0.16 (savings)




(14) – Minor warks

22.00

16.24

(+) 5.76 (savings)




(27)- Maintenance

2.20

0.89

(+) 1.31 (savings)




Total :

123.00

106.88

(+) 16.12 (savings)




FOR THE YEAR 2000-2001

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.2001 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

72.94

64.87

(+)8.07(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.43

1.43

-

(03)-T.E

4.10

3.86

(+)0.24(savings)

(04)-O.E

18.00

18.00

-

(11)-Hospitality

1.83

1.83

-

(27)-Maintenance

1.70

1.70

-

Total:

100.00

91.69

(+)8.31(savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2001-2002

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.2002 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

78.83

76.75

(+)2.08(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.70

1.42

(+)0.28(savings)

(03)-T.E

5.00

4.89

(+)0.11(savings)

(04)-O.E

14.00

14.00

-

(06)-Rent

5.00

-

(+)5.00(savings)

(11)-Hospitality

2.83

2.83

-

(13)-Minor Works

6.00

6.00

-

(17)-Maintenance

1.70

1.70

-

Total:

115.06

107.59

(+)7.47(savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2002-2003

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.2003 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

86.04

77.69

(+)8.35(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.82

1.88

(-)0.06(savings)

(03)-T.E

5.00

4.75

(+)0.25(savings)

(04)-O.E

14.00

14.89

(-)0.89(excess)

(06)-Rent

5.00

-

(+)5.00(savings)

(11)-Hospitality

2.00

3.00

(-)1.00(excess)

(17)-Maintenance

1.70

1.70

-

Total:

115.56

103.91

(+)11.65(savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2003-2004

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.2004 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

98.21

82.51

(+)15.70(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.82

2.69

(-)0.87(savings)

(03)-T.E

5.00

4.15

(+)0.85(savings)

(04)-O.E

14.00

15.44

(-)1.44(excess)

(06)-Rent

5.00

-

(+)5.00(savings)

(11)-Hospitality

2.00

3.00

(-)1.00(excess)

(13)-Minor Works

1.70

4.70

(-)3.00(excess)

Total:

127.73

112.49

(+)15.24(savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2004-2005

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.2005 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

106.06

84.02

(+)22.04(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.82

3.35

(-)1.53(savings)

(03)-T.E

5.00

3.20

(+)1.80(savings)

(04)-O.E

14.00

16.00

(-)2.00(excess)

(11)-Hospitality

2.00

2.00

-

(13)-Minor Works

1.70

1.70

-

Total:

130.58

110.27

(+)20.31(savings)


FOR THE YEAR 2005-2006

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 1.9.2006 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

94.30

36.42

(+)57.88(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.85

1.72

(+)0.13(savings)

(06)Medical Treatment

19.20

0.89

(+)18.31(savings)

(03)-T.E

5.00

0.84

(+)4.16(savings)

(04)-O.E

14.00

4.64

(+)9.36(savings)

(20)-OAE

2.00

0.61

(+)1.39(savings)

(13)-Minor Works

1.70

0.28

(+)1.42(savings)

Total:

138.05

45.40

(+)92.65(savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2006-2007

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2007 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

97.20

86.56

(+)10.64(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.85

3.60

(-) 1.75(excess)

(06)Medical Treatment

19.20

14.74

(+)4.46(savings)

(03)-T.E

5.00

5.00

-

(04)-O.E

14.00

18.00

(-)4.00(excess)

(20)-OAE

2.00

2.00

-

(13)-Minor Works

1.70

13.70

(-)12.00(savings)

Total:

140.95

143.60

(-)2.65(excess)

FOR THE YEAR 2007-2008

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2008 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

107.45

99.07

(+)8.38(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.85

4.23

(-) 2.38(excess)

(06)Medical Treatment

11.10

11.00

(+)0.10(savings)

(11)-T.E

5.00

5.00

-

(13)-O.E

20.00

20.00

-

(20)-OAE

2.00

2.00

-

(27)-Minor Works

1.70

1.70

-

Total:

143.10

143.00

(+)6.10(Savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2008-2009

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2009 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

107.45

99.07

(+)8.38(savings)

(02)-Wages

1.85

4.23

(-) 2.38(excess)

(06)M .T

11.10

11.00

(+)0.10(savings)

(11)-T.E

5.00

5.00

-

(13)-O.E

20.00

20.00

-

(16)- Publication

0.50

0.49

(+)0.01(saving)

(20)-OAE

2.00

2.00

-

(27)-Minor Works

1.70

1.70

-

(50) – O.C

1.00

1.00

-

Total:

165.30

158.99

(+)6.31(Savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2009-2010

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2010 (Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

169.25

128.26

(+)40.99(savings)

(02)-Wages

6.00

6.04

(-) 0.04(excess)

(06)M.T

13.75

13.67

(+)0.08(savings)

(11)-T.E

6.00

10.52

(-) 8.52(excess)

(13)-O.E

14.00

13.99

(+) 0.01(saving)

(16)- Publication

0.50

0.50

-

(20)-OAE

3.00

3.00

-

(27)-Minor Works

2.20

2.20

-

(50) – O.C

1.00

7.50

(-) 6.50(excess)

Total:

215.70

185.68

(+)26.02(Savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2010-2011

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2011

(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

186.18

148.97

(+)37.21(savings)

(02)-Wages

7.72

6.92

(+) 0.08(saving)

(06)M. T

14.24

14.07

(+)0.17(savings)

(11)-D.T.E

6.00

5.90

(+) 0.10 (saving)

(13)-O.E

14.00

14.00

-

(16)- Publication

0.50

0.50

-

(20)-OAE

3.00

3.00

-

(27)-Minor Works

2.20

2.20

-

(50) – O.C

1.00

1.00

-

Total:

234.84

196.56

(+)37.56(Savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2011-2012

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2012

(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

177.03

147.63

(+) 29.40(savings)

(02)-Wages

7.72

9.20

(-)1.48(excess)

(06)M. T

6.30

8.07

(-) 1.77(excess)

(11)-D.T.E

6.00

5.86

(+)0.14 (saving)

(13)-O.E

14.00

13.72

(+)0.28(saving)

(16)- Publication

0.50

0.48

(+)0.02(saving)

(20)-OAE

3.00

2.95

(+) 0.05(saving)

(27)-Minor Works

2.20

2.16

(+)0.04(saving)

(50) – O.C

1.00

0.97

(+)0.03(saving)

Total:

217.75

191.04

(+)26.71(Savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2012-2013

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2013

(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

160.75

153.10

(+) 7.65(savings)

(02)-Wages

3.86

5.81

(-)2.00(excess)

(06)M. T

7.00

7.00

Nil

(11)-D.T.E

3.00

6.65

(-)3.65 (excess)

(13)-O.E

12.00

14.00

(-)2.00 (excess)

(16)- Publication

0.50

0.50

Nil

(20)-OAE

3.00

3.00

Nil

(27)-Minor Works

1.20

1.20

Nil

(50) – O.C

1.00

1.00

Nil

Total:

192.31

192.31

Nil

FOR THE YEAR 2013-2014

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2014

(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

171.57

167.34

(+) 4.23(savings)

(02)-Wages

8.00

7.25

(+)0.75(savings)

(06)M. T

4.40

4.39

(+) 0.01(savings)

(11)-D.T.E

3.00

3.00

Nil

(13)-O.E

12.00

14.49

(-)2.49(excess)

(16)- Publication

0.50

0.50

Nil

(20)-OAE

3.00

3.00

Nil

(27)-Minor Works

1.20

1.16

Nil

(50) – O.C

1.00

1.00

Nil

Total:

204.67

202.17

(+)2.50(Savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2014-2015

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2015

(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

217.95

172.50

(+) 45.45(savings)

(02)-Wages

9.20

8.40

(+)0.20

(06)M. T

4.40

4.40

Nil

(11)-D.T.E

3.00

3.00

Nil

(13)-O.E

13.00

12.00

Nil

(16)- Publication

0.50

0.50

Nil

(20)-OAE

3.00

3.00

Nil

(27)-Minor Works

1.20

1.20

Nil

(50) – O.C

3.31

3.31

Nil

Total:

254.56

208.91

(+)45.65(Savings)

FOR THE YEAR 2015-2016

Detailed Head

Budget allotment provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Expenditure upto 31.3.2016

(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount(Rupees in lakh)

(01)-Salary

244.00

187.92

(+) 56.08(savings)

(02)-Wages

11.00

7.64

(+)3.36(savings)

(06)M. T

4.40

4.40


(11)-D.T.E

3.00

3.00


(13)-O.E

12.00

12.00


(16)- Publication

0.50

0.50


(20)-OAE

3.00

3.00


(27)-Minor Works

1.20

1.20


(50) – O.C

16.76

16.76


Total:

295.86

236.42

(+)59.44(Savings)

B. Separate fund provision for conducting Assembly and Parliamentary Elections had been provided by the Government through Election Department:

Detailed Head-wise Budget allocation and expenditure for Elections to the State Legislative Assembly 2003 and 2008 and Parliamentary Elections 2004 and 2009 in respect of Champhai District are :-

STATE ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS

Head of Account

Major Head-2015- Election

Minor Head -104 - Charges for Conduct of Election for Lok Sabha /State Legislative Assembly.

Sub-Head-(01)- Conduct of Election MP/MLA/Non-Plan

YEAR – 2003

Detailed Head

Allotment/Budget provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount (Rupees in Lakh)

(02) - Wages

3.62

Nil

(11) - Traveling Expenses

16.60

Nil

(13) - OfficeExpenses

17.20

Nil

(20) – O.A.E

8.90

Nil

(27) - Minor Works

8.95

Nil

(50) - Other Charges

14.14

Nil

(51) - Motor Vehicle

21.80

Nil

Total

91.21

Nil

YEAR – 2008

SubHead

Allotment/Budget provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount (Rupees in Lakh)

(02) - Wages

Rs.7.50

Nil

(11) - Traveling Expenses

Rs. 21.00

Nil

(13) - Office Expenses

Rs.50.50

Nil

(16) - Publication

Rs.3.00

Nil

(20) – O.A.E

Rs.7.00

Nil

(27) - Minor Works

Rs.4.50

Nil

(50) - Other Charges

Rs.18.00

Nil

(51) - Motor Vehicle

Rs.42.00

Nil

Total :

Rs.153.50

Nil

YEAR – 2013

Detailed Head

Allotment/Budget provision in detailed head(Rs.in lakh)

Balance Amount (Rupees in Lakh)

(02) - Wages

15.42

Nil

(11) - Traveling Expenses

31.00

Nil

(13) - Office Expenses

32.50

Nil

(16)- Publication

3.00

Nil

(20) – O.A.E

13.90

Nil

(27) - Minor Works

10.00

Nil

(50) - Other Charges

32.00

Nil

(51) - Motor Vehicle

131.44

Nil

Total

269.26

Nil

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT ELECTION

Head of Account

Major Head-2015 -Election

Minor Head-104-Charges for Conduct of Election for Lok Sabha /State Legislative Assembly.

Sub-Head-(01) -Conduct of Election MP/MLA/Non-Plan

YEAR-2004

Detailed Head

Allotment/Budget provision in detailed head(Rs.in Lakh)

Balance Amount (Rupees in Lakh)

(02) - Wages

3.02

Nil

(11) - Traveling Expenses

16.00

Nil

(13) - OfficeExpenses

22.90

Nil

(20) – O.A. E

2.58

Nil

(27) - Minor Works

1.50

Nil

(50) - Other Charges

15.00

Nil

(51) - Motor Vehicle

15.50

Nil

(16) - Publication

1.00

Nil

Total

91.21

Nil

YEAR-2009

SubHead

Allotment/Budget provision in detailed head(Rs.in Lakh)

Balance Amount (Rupees in Lakh)

(02) - Wages

Rs.8.00

Nil

(11) - Traveling Expenses

Rs. 14.00

Nil

(13) - Office Expenses

Rs.53.30

Nil

(16) - Publication

Rs.2.00

Nil

(20) – O.A. E

Rs.6.00

Nil

(27) - Minor Works

Rs.4.00

Nil

(50) - Other Charges

Rs.23.00

Nil

(51) - Motor Vehicle

Rs.20.00

Nil

Total :

Rs.130.30

Nil


YEAR-2014

SubHead

Allotment/Budget provision in detailed head

Balance Amount (Rupees in Lakh)

(02) - Wages

10.84

Nil

(11) - Traveling Expenses

39.96

Nil

(13) - Office Expenses

21.52

Nil

(16) - Publication

2.82

Nil

(20) – O.A. E

5.67

Nil

(27) - Minor Works

12.50

Nil

(50) - Other Charges

11.43

Nil

(51) - Motor Vehicle

37.71

Nil

Total :

142.45

Nil


(xii)THE MANNER OF EXCECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES :-

The establishment does not deal with subsidy programmes.

(xiii)PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORISATIONS GRANTED BY IT :-

The concessions, permits or authorizations granted by District Administration are –

  • Premature closure of Pay Roll Saving Account for those with a minimum of 3yrs subscription.
  • Permission to make Mike announcement.
  • Fixation of House Rent for Departmental Offices occupying private building on rental basis.
  • Exemption from autopsy of a person dying an unnatural death.
  • Permission for stocking of materials on the roadside for temporary period.
  • Permission for exhumation of a dead body.
  • Granting of Legal Aid facilities to needy people by hiring Defence Counsel at the expense of the Government provided that the District Magistrate or Addl. District Magistrate gives prior permission if he is satisfied that the applicant does not afford the expenses involved and that the ground for hiring a Defence Counsel on his behalf is genuinely necessary.
  • Concession Card for travelling in MST Bus to old aged persons who are above 65yrs in Mizoram.
  • Concession Card for travelling in MST Buses free of fare by cancer patients, mentally retarded persons, blind persons & physically disabled persons with one accompanying attendant subject to the issue of tickets.

(xiv)DETAILS IN RESPECT OF THE INFORMATION, AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY IT, REDUCED IN AN ELECTRONIC FORM:-

1) All matters related to New Land Use Policy within Champhai District.

2)All details connected with elections to the State Legislative Assembly andthe Parliament within Champhai District.

3) All details related to Arms Licence within the District.

(xv)THE PARTICULARS OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION, INCLUDING THE WORKING HOURS OF A LIBRARY OR READING ROOM, IF MAINTAINED FOR PUBLIC USE:-

The various facilities available to citizens for obtaining information pertaining to the decisions and programmes formulated by the Government are-

  • Office Notice Board.
  • Mass media.
  • Village crier through Village Council Court.
  • Information & Public Relations Department.
  • Champhai District Information and Grievances Redressal System.

(xvi)THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS:-

As per direction at Section 5(2)(1) of the Right to Information Act 2005 published in the Gazette of India, Assistant Public Information Officer for the administrative units i.e Sub-Divisional Level Administrative jurisdiction in respect of Champhai District had been appointed vide Order No.F.14011/1/2012-DC(C) dt.17.5.2017

Sl.No.

Name and Designation

Appointed as

Jurisdiction

Contact No.

1

Vanlalngaihsaka, DC

Appellate Authority

Within Champhai District

9612120920

2

C.C.Lalchhuangkima, Addl.DC

SPIO

-do-

9436142977

3

Pachhunga, SDO(S)

SPIO

-do-

9862141090

4

Lalhruaitluangi, SDO(C) Ngopa

SAPIO

Within Ngopa Sub-division

9436745100

5

Lalremruata Sailo SDO(C) Khawzawl

SAPIO

Within Khawzawl Sub-division

7085742030