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GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND

DEPARTMENT   OF FORESTS, ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT & WILDLIFE, NAGALAND

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    DEPARTMENT 

     OF FORESTS, ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT & WILDLIFE,

     NAGALAND

     

    INTRODUCTION

    With Nagaland attaining Statehood on 1st December 1963, the State Forest Department inherited little of the Government owned forests which existed at that time which was earlier being managed by the Assam Forest Department. Initially, Forest administration and management was placed under the charge of a Forest Officer who had its headquarters at Dimapur. He was vested with the responsibilities of looking after the Forest administration of the entire State. Subsequently, a Director of Forests was posted in early 1963 with headquarters at Kohima. Later on, the post of the Director of Forests was re-designated as the Chief Conservator of Forests, Nagaland, Kohima.

    During 1979, the Department was reorganized by splitting the single Forest Division into three (3) Territorial Forest Divisions namely, Kohima, Mokokchung and Tuensang, which has now expanded to seventeen (18) including  6 (six) Functional Divisions and 3 (two) Wildlife Divisions.  

    Owing to the decentralization and intensification of forest management which has resulted in the increase of volume of work particularly in the field of forest development, the Department has been recognized as a major department of the State and has been placed under the charge of the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests who is also designated as the Head of Forest Force. At present, the Department is known as Department of Forests, Ecology, Environment & Wildlife with headquarters at Kohima.

    A.  PURPOSE OF THIS HANDBOOK: 

    1. Who are the intended users of this hand-book?

    Any person who is a domicile of India, on request.

    2. Organization of the information in this hand-book:
      
    Department of Forests, Ecology, Environment & Wildlife (FEEW), Government of Nagaland.

    3. Definitions (please provide definitions of various terms used in the   hand-book).

    a) Abbreviations of staff designations used in this book:

    • ACF
    • Acct.
    • APCCF
    • A/Suptd
    • API
    • A/Libr
    • BdzO
    • B/driver
    • BO
    • C/ Oprt
    • CCF
    • CF
    • CWLW
    • Dak R
    • DC
    • DCF
    • DFO
    • Dy. R
    • Dy Secy
    • Elect H,
    • F/Mali
    • FGD
    • FOR
    • FR
    • FUO
    • G/Watcher
    • HA
    • H/cook
    • HoFF
    • IFS 
    • IPS
    • JSO
    • Kiln Opr.
    • LDA
    • Lab/Asst
    • Mech/H
    • O/Supdt
    • PCCF & HoFF

              RHC

    • RO 
    • SAO
    • SO
    • SDO
    • SFS 
    • SGS
    • SGT
    • Store/Kpr
    • S/Analyst
    • T/Clerk
    • T/Keeper
    • UDA
    • U/Secy
    • WPO
    •  
    • Assistant Conservator of Forests
    • Accountant
    • Addl Principal Chief Conservator of Forests
    • Assistant Superintendent
    • Assistant Physical Inspector
    • Assistant Librarian
    • Bulldozer Operator
    • Boiler Driver
    • Beat Officer
    • Cinema Operator
    • Chief Conservator of Forests
    • Conservator of Forests
    • Chief Wildlife Warden
    • Dak Runner
    • Deputy Commissioner
    • Deputy Conservator of Forests
    • Divisional Forest Officer
    • Deputy Ranger
    • Deputy Secretary
    • Electrician Helper
    • Forest Mali
    • Forest Guard
    • Forester
    • Forest Ranger
    • Forest Utilisation Officer
    • Game Watcher
    • Head Assistant
    • Hostel Cook
    • Head of Forest Force
    • Indian Forest Service
    • Indian Police Service
    • Junior Section officer
    • Kiln Operator
    • Lower Divisional Assistant
    • Laboratory Assistant
    • Mechanic Helper
    • Office Superintendent
    • Principal Chief Conservator of Forests & Head of Forest Force
    • Rest House Chowkidar
    • Range Officer
    • Senior Account Officer
    • Section Officer
    • Sub-Divisional Officer
    • State Forest Service
    • Senior Grade Steno
    • Senior Grade Typist
    • Store Keeper
    • System Analyst
    • Tally Clerk
    • Time Keeper
    • Upper Divisional Assistant
    • Under Secretary
    • Working Plan Officer

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    b). Abbreviations of all others (place & tribe) used in this book:


    Chakhe
    • Chanto
    • Chiepho
    • Chumu
    • CFC
    • D & P
    • DPD
    • EBR
    • FDA
    • FEEW
    • FSI
    • INP
    • JFM
    • JFMC
    • Khezha
    • Khiamu
    • Manko
    • Medzi
    • Mokok 

    M & E
    MoU

    •  
    • Chakhesang
    • Chantongya
    • Chiephobozou
    • Chumukedima
    • Community Forest Committee
    • Development & Planning
    • Doyang Plantation Divn
    • Envir, biodiv & research
    • Forest Dev. Agency
    • Forest, eco, env. & wildlife
    • Forest Survey of India
    • Intanki National Park
    • Joint Forest Management
    • JFM Committee
    • Khezhakeno
    • Khiamungan
    • Mankolemba
    • Medziphema
    •   Mokokchung
    • Monitoring & Evaluation
    • Memorandum of Und.

     

    MoEF

    • NFP
    • NTC
    • NTFP
    • NZP
    • Nagini
    • Phonkhu
    • Pughob
    • Pulie
    • P & T
    • RPU
    • R/Unit
    • SEFTI
    • SFDA
    • Ranga
    • Shama
    • Yimchu
    • WPD
    • W & Bio
    • WLW
    • Zunhe
    •   Ministry of Env. & Forest
    •   National Forest Policy
    •   Northern Terr. Circle
    •   Non-timber Forest P
    •   Nagaland Zool. Park
    •   Naginimora
    •   Phokhungri
    •   Pughoboto
    •   Puliebadze
    •   Publicity & Training
    •   Research, Pub & Utilisation
    •   Rubber Unit
    •   State Educ & For Train Inst.
    •   State for. dev agency
    •   Rangapahar
    •   Shamatore
    •   Yimchungru
    •   Working Plan Division
    •   Wildlife & Biodiversity
    •   Wildlife Warden
    •   Zunheboto

     

    Addl. Chief Conservator of Forests (W, Bio & Adm.),
    Office of the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests & Head of Forest Force, Nagaland, Kohima
    Phone: 9402679460 (Mobile)

          
          The  individual  will  apply  to  the  PIO (Public Information Officer) of  the  Department  for  any   information  sought  by  him/her.  He/ she  will  be  given  the  required    information  with  a  fee  equivalent  to  the  cost  of the  material.

     

    Manual I

    Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties:

        • HISTORY AND BACKGROUND OF THE ORGANISATION.

      With Nagaland attaining Statehood on 1st December 1963, the State Forest Department inherited little of the Government owned forests which existed at that time which was earlier being managed by the Assam Forest Department. Initially, Forest administration and management was placed under the charge of a Forest Officer who had its headquarters at Dimapur. He was vested with the responsibilities of looking after the Forest administration of the entire State. Subsequently, a Director of Forests was posted in early 1963 with headquarters at Kohima. Later on, the post of the Director of Forests was re-designated as the Chief Conservator of Forests, Nagaland, Kohima.
      During 1979, the Department was reorganized by splitting the single Forest Division into three (3) Territorial Forest Divisions namely, Kohima, Mokokchung and Tuensang, which has now expanded to seventeen (18) including  6 (six) Functional Divisions and 3 (two) Wildlife Divisions.  
      Owing to the decentralization and intensification of forest management which has resulted in the increase of volume of work particularly in the field of forest development, the Department has been recognized as a major department of the State and has been placed under the charge of the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests who is also designated as the Head of Forest Force. At present, the Department is known as Department of Environment, Forests & Climate Change with headquarters at Kohima.

        • FOREST DEPARTMENT:

      The Administrative Head of Department (AHoD) is the Principal Secretary who is assisted by one Secretary, one OSD, one Addl. Secretary, two Under Secretaries, one Junior Section Officer, three Secretariat Assistants, two UDAs, one Steno, two Typists and Six Office Peons.
      The Department is headed by the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests & Head of Forest Force, an officer belonging to the Indian Forest Service (IFS), The Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Head of Forest Force is assisted by other two (2) Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and are designated as PCCF (Chief Wildlife Warden) and PCCF (Wildlife, Biodiversity & Administration),  four (4) Additional Chief Conservator of Forests (Addl. PCCFs) ,namely Addl. PCCF (Territorial), Addl. PCCF (Development & Planning), Addl. PCCF (Environment & Climate Change) and Addl. PCCF (Monitoring & Evaluation). They are in turn assisted by two (2) Chief Conservator of Forests (CCF) namely Chief Conservator of Forests (Biodiversity) and Chief Conservator of Forests (Monitoring & Evaluation), also there are one (1) Conservator of Forests namely Conservator of Forests (Publicity & Training), and one 12) Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF) namely DCF (Headquarters) attached to the PCCF's office.

       

          • CIRCLES:

      There are two (2) Territorial Circles headed by a Conservator of Forests (CFs) namely Conservator of Forests, Northern Territorial Circle (CF, NTC) and Conservator of Forests, Southern Territorial Circle (CF, STC) with their headquarters at Kohima and Mokokchung respectively. The CF (NTC) has jurisdiction over Mon, Tuensang, Mokokchung and Zunheboto  Divisions while CF (STC) has jurisdiction over Kohima, Dimapur, Phek, Wokha, Peren, Doyang Plantation Division, Wokha and Social Forestry Division, Kohima. There is a Functional Circle headed by the Conservator of Forests (Research, Planning & Utilization) with headquarters at Dimapur. The Forest Utilization Division, Dimapur, Working Plan Division, Kohima, Silviculture Division, Kohima and Director, State Environment & Forestry Training Institute (SEFTI) Dimapur work under CF, (RPU) administrative control.
      In addition to the above, there is a Conservator of Forests as Field Director, Intanki National Park who is attached with the Chief Wildlife Warden’s Office at Dimapur.

          • DIVISIONS:

      There are seventeen (17) Forest Divisions in the Department, of which nine (9) are Territorial, namely Mon, Tuensang, Mokokchung, Zunheboto, Kohima, Dimapur, Phek, Wokha and Peren Divisions, and six (6) are Functional Divisions which include Social Forestry Division, Working Plan Division and Silviculture Division at Kohima and the Forest Utilization Division and the State Environment and Forestry Training Institute (SEFTI) at Dimapur and the Doyang Plantation Division at Wokha. In addition to these, there are two (2) Wildlife Divisions, namely Wildlife Division, Dimapur and Wildlife Division, Kiphire functioning under the jurisdiction of Chief Wildlife Warden, Dimapur.
      A Territorial Division is headed by a Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) an officer in the rank of Deputy Conservator of Forests, whilst Wildlife Divisions are headed by Wildlife Wardens (a Deputy Conservator of Forests level post). The State Environment and Forestry Training Institute (SEFTI) is headed by a Director in the rank of Deputy Conservator of Forests.

        • AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT:
      • To achieve the mandate entrusted by the Government.
      • To achieve & disseminate the need for conservation & preservation of Forests   & Environment.
      • To achieve the National Forest Policy’s (NFP) objectives by conserving and preserving   66 % of the State’s geographical area as forest and tree cover.
      • To produce sufficient fuel wood & timbers for meeting the rural requirement.
      • To educate people and create awareness on the importance of environment & ecological balance.
      • To produce sufficient timber & make the State’s economy forest based.
      • To conserve the biological diversity of the State.
      • To create employment opportunities in the forestry sector.
      • To encourage  people to  plant  trees  in   community  &  private lands  &  ensure preservation of forests  through by  partnership  under JFM.
      • To promote eco-tourism.
      • To ensure and encourage in the State Protection, conservation & management of wildlife habitats.
        • MISSIONS/ VISIONS:
      • To maintain environmental stability, ecological balance, conserve biodiversity and genetic resource of the State.
      • To increase the forest cover in the State by encouraging involvement and participation of the people in protection, development of forest through various programs.
      • To increase the productivity of forests by application of appropriate practices and technologies evolved after adequate silvicutural research i.e. planting stock improvement programme under which quality seedlings from seeds/ clones of superior trees species can be used for taking up plantation.
      • To protect, develop and manage the forest resources on sustainable basis and to utilize the same to meet local domestic needs for forest products and to achieve economic growth, create employment opportunities and promote industrial development.
      • Need-based strengthening of forest organization with facilities, equipments and personnel with emphasis on human resource development to achieve the above objectives.
      • To protect, conserve and develop wildlife resources of the State.
      • Generate awareness among the public the hazard and consequences of environmental pollutions.
      • Tree plantation through jhum cultivation.
        • FUNCTIONS & DUTIES OF THE DEPARTMENT:
      • To carry out the policies & programmes of the Government.
      • To educate the people on the importance of conservation & preservation of forests vis-a-vis environmental degradation, global warming and climate change.
      • Controlling & regulating extraction & transportation of forest produce in the State and outside.
      • Collection of royalty & revenue on behalf of the State Government.
      • Documentation of plant & animal species of the State.
      • Production of NTFP’s including medicinal plant species.
      • Plantation of commercial & non-commercial timber species,
      • Preservation of Flora & Fauna of the State.
      • Enforcing laws & regulating of Acts & Rules pertaining to the Forests, wildlife and biodiversity.
      • Educating the people on role of forests in conservation & preservation of environment.
      • To promote eco-tourism in the State.
      • Protection, conservation & management of Wildlife & its habitats.
      • To  act  as  custodian  of  the  forest  resources  &  wildlife

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    Manual 2

    Powers and Functions of the Officers and Employees

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    MANUAL 3 

    Procedure followed in Decision Making Process 

      1. THE DECISION MAKING CHAINS IN THE DEPARTMENT

    Sl No

    Activity

    Level of Action

    Time Frame

    1

    All  Matters

    Principal Secy.-Secy.-Dy.Secy.-Jt.Secy.-Under Secy.-S.O.-S.A.

    Depending on the urgency

    2

    Establishment Matters

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar-CCF(HQ)-PCCF

    Depending on the urgency

    3

    Account & Budgets

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar-AO-PCCF

    -do-

    4

    General Matter

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar- CCF(M&E)-PCCF

    -do-

    5

    Planning Matter

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar-Addl. PCCF(Dev.& Planning)-PCCF

    -do-

    6

    Forest Policy, Forest Laws, and  Conservation of Biodiversity

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar- Addl.PCCF(WBA)-PCCF

    -do-

    7

    IFS Matter

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar-  Addl.PCCF(WBA)-PCCF

    -do-

    8

    Development & Planning

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar- CCF (M&E)-Addl. PCCF (Dev.&Plng) - PCCF

    -do-

    9

    Research Matter & Training

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar- Addl.PCCF(WBA)-PCCF

    -do-

    10

    Statistical/Census

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Statistical Officer-Supdt-Registrar- CCF (Hq.)-PCCF

    -do-

    11

    Forest Development Agency

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar-  Addl. PCCF(Dev.& Planning)-PCCF

    -do-

    12

    Working Scheme

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar-  Addl.PCCF(WBA)-PCCF

     

    -do-

    13

    Timbers

    PCCF-Receipt-LDA/UDA-Supdt-Registrar- Addl. PCCF (Territorial)- PCCF

    -do-

    14

    RTI

    Asstt. PIO – PIO – Concerned person

    -do-

      

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

          

      1. THE IMPORTANT MATTERS ON WHICH THE DECISION IS TAKEN BY THE PUBLIC AUTHORITY

     

    Sl
    No

    Subject on which the decision
    is to be taken

    Level at which the works done

    1

    All matters in the Secretariat

    Prin. Secy.> Secy.>J t.Secy.>U.Secy.> S.O.>S.A.

    2

    Guideline/Direction, if any

    PCCF/Addl. PCCF (Dev & Plg)

    3

    Process of execution

    CCF › CF › DFO › RO

    4

    Designation of the officers involved in decision making

    PCCF › Addl. PCCF (Dev & Plg)/ CCF/ CF/ DFO

    5

    Contact information of above mentioned
    officers

    PCCF/ Addl. PCCF (Dev & Plg)/ CCF/ CF/ DFO

    6

    If not satisfied by the decision, where and how to appeal

    PCCF

     

    MANUAL - 4

      1. Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions

         

        The  Department  follows  the  norms  prescribed set  by the  Ministry  or  the  funding agencies.

         

         

        Manual -5

        Rules, Regulations, Instructions, manual and Records for Discharging functions

         

         

        Sl No.

        Nature/ Category of the Document

        Name of the Document

        Procedure to obtain the document

        Held by/ under control of

        1

        Act

        Nagaland Forest Act,1968

        Website/ Official request letter addressed to the Department

        PCCF office

        2

        Act

        The Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 (as  amended  in  2003)

        -do-

        PCCF office

        3

        Act

        Nagaland  Jhumland Act, 1970

        -do-

        PCCF office

        4

        Act

        Biodiversity Act, 2002

        -do-

        PCCF office

        5

        Rules

        Nagaland Tree  Felling  Regulation Rules, 2002

        -do-

        PCCF office

        6

        Guidelines

        Forest  Development  Agency

        -do-

         CF(STC/ NTC)

        7

        Guidelines

        Joint  Forest  Management

        -do-

        PCCF/ Addl. PCCF(Dev & Plg)/ CF (STC/ NTC)

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

        Manual -6

        A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control

        Sl. No.

        Category of Document

        Name of the Document & its introduction in one time

        Procedure to obtain document

        Held by/ under control of

        1

        Establishment matters

        Appointment, transfer & posting, pension, leave, service records, personal files & corresponde-nces & GPF

        Supdt. (Estt) through application to PIO

        Supdt. (Estt) Directorate

        2

        Accounts

        Cash accounts, pay bills, A/ Pols, TA, Bills, medical reimburseme-nts, GPF final withdrawals, Expe-nditure, Audit, PAC etc.

        Supdt.(Accounts) through application to PIO

        Supdt. (Accounts) Directorate

        3

        Planning Matters

        Budget, Estimates, Proposals, CSS, Allotment of Fund.

        Supdt. (Planning) through application to PIO

        Supdt. (Planning) Directorate

        4

        General Matters

        Wildlife, Working schemes, FDA, Survey, Maps, Works & Development, Bio-diversity, Research, Forest Procedures, etc.

        Supdt. (General) through application to PIO

        Supdt. (General) Directorate

        5

        Vehicles

        Documents of vehicles, Correspondences, allotment, condemnation, purchases, repairing etc.

        Supdt.(Accounts) through application to PIO

        Supdt. (Accounts) Directorate

        6

        Books

        Library Books, Journals

        Supdt.(Librarian) through application to PIO

        Asst. Librarian under supervision of Registrar Directorate

         

         

         

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        Manual-7

        Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof 

         

        Sl. No.

        Subject/ Topic

        Is it mandatory to ensure public participation? (Yes/No)

        Arrangement for seeking public participation

        1.

        Biodiversity

        No

        Collaboration

        2.

        JFMC

         

        IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICY

        7.2. Whether there is any provision to seek consultation/ participation of public or its representatives for implementation of policies? If there is, please provide details of provision in following format:

        Sl. No.

        Subject/ Topic

        Is it mandatory to ensure public participation? (Yes/No)

        Arrangement for seeking public participation

        1.

        Biodiversity

        No

        Collaboration

        2.

        Eco-Tourism

        3.

        JFMC (Plantation)

         

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         MANUAL 8


        A statement of boards, council, committees and other bodies constituted as its part

        Sl No

        Committee/others

        Matter
        Related to

        Tenure

        Head of the Body

        Composition

        Yr. of
        Est.

        1

        Wildlife Advisory Board, Kohima

        Implementation of Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972

         

        Hon’ble CM, Nagaland

        Forest Minister -Vice Chairman, 3 MLAs, representative of NGOs, AHoD, PCCF, CWLW-Member Secy.

         

        2

        State Level Working Group on JFMC, Kohima

        Implementation of Afforestation – joint effort with community

         

        5

        AHoD
        Forests, Nagaland

        Home Comm. / represent-tative, PCCF-Member Secy, CCF, CF (STC/ NTC),  2 Dy. CF.

         

        3.

        State Level Coordination Committee on FDA

        Implementation of  FDA in the State

         

        Chief Secretary, Nagaland

        PCCF, Nodal officer (Addl.PCCF) -Member Secy, Chairman of FDAs, 3 NGOs, Financial Commissioner, Comm & Secretary (RD).

         

        4

        Village Level Forest Committee

        Afforestation in Non-Government land/ Govt. land

         

        5

        Land owner

        DFO/ RO/ BO – Secy, 2 members from Land owner and 1 Forester/ FGD.

         

        5.

        Forest Development  Agency

         

        -do-

         

        5

        CF(STC)/ CF (NTC) as the case may be

        DFO-member secretary, SDO(c), 2 representative from each JFMCs, BDO.

         

         

        MANUAL - 9

         

        Directory of Officers and Employees

         

       

      DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF FOREST DEPARTMENT ORGANISATION

       

       MANUAL-10  

      The Monthly Remuneration received by each of this Officers and Employees, Including the system of Compensation as provided in Regulations:

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      MANUAL 11  

       

       

      11.1. BUDGET ALLOCATION DURING 2017-18        
                                                                                               (Rs. in lakh)  


      Sl. No.

      Major Head/ Minor Head of Development

      State Plan

      Actual Expenditure             2016-17

      1

      2

      4

      6

      REVENUE SECTION:

      2406-FORESTRY & WILDLIFE 

       

      01-FORESTRY

       

       

      001

      DIRECTION & ADMINISTRATION

       

       

      01-

      Direction

       

       

      08

      Publicity & Extension

      50.00

      50.00

      070

      COMMUNICATION & BUILDINGS

       

       

      01

      Building

       

       

      17

      Housing Maintenance

      50.00

      50.00

      102

      SOCIAL & FARM FORESTRY

       

       

      01

      Distribution of Seedlings

      50.00

      50.00

      03

      Plantation of Wild fruits

      50.00

      50.00

      TOTAL :

      200.00

      200.00

      (Rupees two crores)only

       

      MANUAL 12 

       

      The manner of execution of subsidy Programmes

       

      12.     Please provide the information as per the following format:

      • Name of the Programme/ Scheme
      • Duration of the programme/ Scheme
      • Objective of the Programme
      • Physical and financial targets of the programme (for the last year)
      • Eligibility of Beneficiary
      • Pre-requisites for the benefit
      • Procedures to avail the benefits of the programme
      • Criteria for deciding eligibility
      • Detail of the benefits given in the programme (also mention the amount of subsidy or other help given)
      • Procedure for the distribution of the subsidy
      • Where to apply or whom to contact in the office for applying
      • Application Fee (where applicable)
      • Other Fees ( where applicable)
      • Application format where applicable. If the application is made on plain paper please mention it along with what the applicant should mention in the application)
      • List of attachment (Certificates/ documents)
      • Format of attachments
      • Where to contact in case of process related complaints
      • Details of the available fund (at various levels like district level, block level etc)

       

      Sl. No/
      Code

      Beneficiary

      Amount of subsidy

      Parent/ guardians

      Criteria of selection

      address

      District

      City

      Town/ Village

      House No.

      - Nil –

       

       MANUAL 13 

       

      Particulars of Recipients of Concession, permits or Authorization granted by it

      13.1. Please provide the information as per the following format: 

      - NIL - 

       MANUAL 14   

      Information available in an electronic form 

      14.1. Please provide the details of the information related to the various schemes which are available in the electronic format.

       

      Sl No

      Information/
      activities for which date is available in the electronic  form

      Can it be shared with the public

      Is it available in the web site or is being used as back end database

      With whom it is held/ available

      Whom to contact

      1

      Department Website

      Yes

      Available

      NIC, Department

      NIC, Department

      2

      FDAs in Nagaland

      Yes

      Available

      Department

      Department

      3

      Website :

      Yes

      Available

      NIC

      Website: www.nagaforest.co.in

       

       

       

       

       MANUAL 15 

      Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for obtaining information

      15.1.  Means, methods or facilitation available to the public which are adopted by the department for dissemination of information like

      Sl No

      Facility Available

      Nature of Information

      Working Hour

      1

      Information Counter

      Department activities

      Sum: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
      Wint: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

      2.

      Office library

      Related to Forests  and department activities

      Sum: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
      Wint: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

      3

      Notice Board

      Notification/information circulars/tenders, etc.

      Sum: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
      Wint: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

      4

      Website:
      www.nagaforest..co.in

      Department activities

      24 hrs provided  there is  networking

       5

      Print Manual

      Department activities

      During office  hours

       6

      Inspection records  in office

      Department activities  at  Division/Range level

      During office  hours

      7

      System  of  issuing  of  copies  of  documents

      Photocopied  dully  certified  by  competent  authority

      During office  hours

       

       

       MANUAL 16    

      The names, designations and other particulars of the PIOs

      1.  

          1. PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER(S) (PIO) :

          Sl.
          No

          Name

          Designation

          STD Code

          Ph.Nos

          E-mail

          Address

          Office/ Home/                                           Mobile

          1

          Shri. Henkhohao Singson

          Addl. Secy

           

          9402607129

           

          Forest Deptt. NCS, Kohima

          2

          Shri Ved Pal, IFS

          Addl. PCCF (Environment & Climate Change)

           

          9205321024

          ved1087@redihmase.com

          PCCF & HoFF, Kohima

          3

          Shri. Suman Sivachar

          DCF

           

          9458182382

          nagacwlw@yahoo.co.in

          CWLW, Dimapur

          4

          Dr. Keneilhoutuolie Miachieo IFS

          CF(STC)

           

          7640093585

          kenei_ azo@yahoo.co.in

          CF(STC), Kohima

          5

          Shri.Y.M. Jami IFS

          CF(NTC)

           

          9436010418

          ymjami@gmail.com

          CF(NTC),Mokokchung

          6

          Dr.N.Senthil Kumar, I.F.S

          CF(RPU)

           

          8575534688

           

          CF(RPU), Dimapur

          7

          Smt. Rongsenlemla Imchen

          DFO

           

          8974140485

          alem_imc@yahoo.com.

          DFO, Kohima

          8

          Shri. K.Ihevi Aomi, IFS

          DFO

           

          9436005375

          romi@yahoo.com

          DFO, Dimapur.

          9

          A.Bendang Jamir

          ACF attached DFO Mokokchung Division

           

          9862507809

           

          DFO,Mokokchung

          10

          Dr. C. Zupeni Tsanglai IFS

          DFO

           

          9410572885

           

          DFO,Tuensang

          11

          Smti.Zuthunglo patton  IFS

          DFO

           

          8974384729

          zuthunglo@gmail.com

          DFO, Wokha

          12

          Shri. Velatso Demo

          DFO

           

          8132055476

           

          DFO,Phek

          13

          Dr.Sentitula IFS

          DFO

           

          8575209378

           

          DFO,Peren Division, Jalukie.

          14

          Shri.H. Tokaho   Kinimi

          DFO

           

          8731821345

          tokahokinimi@yahoo.com

          DFO,Zunheboto Division

          15

          Shri. T.Aochuba,(IFS)

          DFO

           

          7085243161

          aoslkr02@gmail.com

          DFO, Mon Division

          16

          Shri. Prabhat Kumar,  IFS

          DFO

           

          8368693811

          prabhatkumar87@gmail.com

          DFO,Doyang Plantation Division

          17

          Shri. Rajesh Kumar

          DFO

           

          9410992179

           

          DFO,Kiphire Division

          18

          Shri. Beizo Suokhrie

          DFO

           

          9410992179

          dfolongleng@gmail.com

          DFO,Longleng Division

          19

          Shri. Thepfuhusie

          Dy.CF (SF)

           

          7641007150

           

          Social Forestry, Division, Kohima

          20

          Ms.Lhinghoikim Touthang

          Silviculturist

           

          9612352091

          defsilviculture@gmail.com

          Silvicultlure Division, Kohima

          21

          Shri. Samom Khelen Singh, IFS

          WPO

           

          7005694845

          khelen.samom@gmail.com

          Working Plan Division, Kohima

          22

          Shri.Imtiwabang Longchar

          FUP

           

          9436006408

           

          Forest Utilisation Division, Dimapur.

          23

          Shri. K.Hukato Chishi IFS

          Director 

           

          9862090801

          seftinago@yahoo.co.in

          SEFTI, Dimapur, Nagaland.

          24

          Smt. K. Caroline  Angami, IFS

          WLW

           

          9436019658

          carolinekaurinta@gmail.com

          Wildlife Warden, Dimapur

          25

          Suman W M Sivachar,IFS

          WLW

           

          9458182382

           

          Wildlife Warden, Kiphire

          26

          Shri. Obed Bohovi Swu

          ACF

           

          8974555809

          bohovi@gmail.com

          Nagaland Zoological Park, Rangapahar

          1. ASISTANT PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER(S) (APIO) :

          1

          Shri. Thupusa Nienu

          Under Secy.

           

           

           

          Forest Deptt. NCS, Kohima

          2

          Shri.Raj Priy Singh,IFS

          DCF(HQ)

           

          9863642053

           

          PCCF & HoFF,

          3

          Smti.Olemchungla

          Asst supdt

           

          9436004792

           

          CWLW, Dimapur

          4

          Smti I.Atula Longchar

          Asst Supdt.

           

          7005173649

           

          CF(STC)

          5

          Smti. Toshimongla

          Supdt.

           

          9856307036

          Amongluho@gmail.com

          CF(NTC)

          6

          Shri Vivika Sema,

          F.R

           

          986292480

          vivikasema@rediffmail.com

          DFO, Dimapur.

          7

          Shri. M. Shakiba Yim

          ACF

           

          9436603530

           

          DFO,Tuensang

          8

          Shri.Enyiwekha Wezah

          ACF

           

          9862484976

           

          Range Office,Phek

          9

          Shri. Rampaukai

          ACF

           

          9436018036

           

          DFO,Peren Division, Jalukie.

          10

          Shri. N. Bhanben Kithan

          Actt

           

          8974538078

          BhanbenKithan@rediff.com  

          DFO, Doyang Plantation Division, Wokha.

          11

          Shri.Tsangli Tikhir

          Ranger

           

          9436403160

           

          DFO,Longleng Division

          12

          Shri. Jweni Kent

          Ranger

           

          9615782752

           

          Social Forestry, Division, Kohima

          13

          Shri.Mato Koso

          Ranger

           

          9612352091

          defsilviculture@gmail.com

          Silvicultlure Division, Kohima

          14

          Shri. Chisayi Vadeo

          ACF

           

          7005694845

          chisayi@yahoo.co.in

          Working Plan Division, Kohima

          15

          Shri.M.Obed Zealiang

          Dy.Director

           

          9436015676

          Obedzeliang@yahoo.co.in

          SEFTI, Dimapur, Nagaland.

           

          1. APPELLATE AUTHORITY

          Sl.
          No.

          17Name

          Designation

          STD Code

          Ph. No.

          E-mail

          Address

          Office

          Home

          Mobile

           

           

          1

          Shri . Lhubeilatuo Kire, IFS

          Principal Secretary

          0370

          2271111

          Nil

          9774011877

           

          Forest Deptt. NCS, Kohima

          2

          Shri. I Panger, IFS

          PCCF & HoFF

          0370

          2244227

          Nil

           

          pccf.hoff-ngl@gov.in

          PCCF & HoFF, Kohima

           

           

           MANUAL – 17  

          OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION