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GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND
DIRECTORATE OF GEOLOGY AND MINING
NAGALAND

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GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND
DIRECTORATE OF GEOLOGY AND MINING
NAGALAND

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Manual  -  I

Particulars of the Organisation,  Functions and Duties

 

  1. INTRODUCTION

The State Directorate of Geology & Mining, which came into being in the later part of 1968, was established with a view to search and explore the existence of the mineral resources of this virgin part of the country, with the ultimate objective to develop socio-economic benefit of the people of the State. Sincere efforts have been made to evaluate the mineral resources of the State in spite of the hardships faced in difficult working conditions as well as inadequate logistic support. The minerals in order of their economic importance so far discovered and proved are petroleum and natural gas, nickel-cobalt-chromium, limestone, marble, coal, clay, slate, decorative and dimension stones, building materials and ground water resources.
         
In the international geo-scientific scenario, it is observed that the geological studies are not only confined within the periphery of mineral/ground water exploration but also has become essential to adopt modern methods of meeting future challenges in all the spheres of engineering geology, mitigation of natural hazards and disaster managements arising out of earthquakes, floods, landslides/subsidence etc. Thus, the Department has diversified its activities towards geo-technical and geo-environmental studies, seismic and earthquake monitoring activities, groundwater recharge through rainwater harvesting etc.

 

BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT

  1. To search, explore and eatablish mineral, raw materials available in the State with an ultimate        

objective of utilization for socio-economic development of the people in harmony with natural ecology.

  1. To undertake various geo-scientific investigations for rural and urban development, civil  

construction,hydel project etc.
3.   Mineral management, exploratory mining, liasioning with exploratory agencies in the State.
4.   Effective enforcement of the Nagaland Coal Mining Policy and Minor Mineral Concession
     rules.  
5.  To explore and develop ground water resources.
6. To implement various R & D projects relating to mineral developments, seismic surveillance   
     and geo-technical related projects in the State.

 

 

 

 

  1.  MINERAL BASED INDUSTRIES SO FAR:

 

  1. 150 TPD MINI CEMENT PLANT
  2. DECORATIVE & DIMENSIONAL STONES FACTORY
    1. 2 Units at Waziho.
    2. 2 Units at Chumukedima
    3. 1 Unit each (under CFC) at Khonoma , Kohima district and Longsa under Wokha district.

  ORGANISATION STRUCTURE:

The Department is having its own double storeyed office complex at Dimapur, besides 42 nos. of quarters for accommodating Officers & staffs. The total personnel strength of the Geology & Mining Department, both of Technical & non- Technical is 387 members, out of which 84 posts are gazette, 193 nos are Cl-III non-gazetted and 110 nos are Gr-IV staffs. The Geology & Mining Department is a multi scienctific technical organization consisting of Geological, Mining, Chemical, Drilling & Admistrative disciplines. The organization set up is given below:

 

 

    1.  MINERAL BASED INDUSTRIES SO FAR:

 

  1. 150 TPD MINI CEMENT PLANT
  2. DECORATIVE & DIMENSIONAL STONES FACTORY
    1. 2 Units at Waziho.
    2. 2 Units at Chumukedima
    3. 1 Unit each (under CFC) at Khonoma , Kohima district and Longsa under Wokha district.

 

1.5. ORGANISATION STRUCTURE:

The Department has 4 (four) technical disciplines namely, Geological, Drilling, mining and Chemical also has Administrative Wing. The detail is furnished below:

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B.  NO. OF MAN POWER IN EACH DISCIPLINE:

Sl. No.

Particulars

Total No of Post.

Remarks

  1.  

Director

1

 

Geological Wing

  1.  

Joint director (Geology)

4

2(two) upgraded posts

  1.  

Geologist

19

13 nos A/geologist post upgraded to geologist

  1.  

Asstt. Geologist

9

5(five) post under requisition to NPSC

  1.  

Photographic officer

1

 

  1.  

Junior Engineer(Draftsman)

1

 

  1.  

Junior Engineer(Survey)

4

 

  1.  

Asstt. Librarian

1

 

                                                          Total =             38
DRILLING WING:-

  1.  

Joint Director Drilling

1

 

  1.  

Drilling Engineer

4

One post upgraded from A.D.E

  1.  

Asstt. Drilling Engineer

8

 

  1.  

Junior Engineer (Drilling)

10

 

  1.  

Legal Officer

1

1(one) post of J.E (D) converted to Legal Officer on contract

                                                          Total =              24
MINING WING

  1.  

Joint Director Mining

3

2(two) JD(M) post upgraded from AME & ME upgraded post.

  1.  

Mining Engineer

2

2(two) post upgraded from AME

  1.  

Asst. Mining Engineer

1

Upgraded from J.E (Mining)

                                                         Total =               6
CHEMICAL WING

  1.  

Joint Director Chemist

1

 

  1.  

Sr. Chemist

1

 

  1.  

Asstt.. Chemist

1

 

                                                           Total =              3
ADMINISTRATION WING

  1.  

Registrar

1

 

  1.  

Superintendent

4

 

  1.  

Asstt. Superindent

5

 

                                                           Total =             10
CIVIL WING


24

Junior Engineer (Civil)

1

 

       Total Gazetted                                             84
       Class-III Non Gazetted                              196
       Class-IV Staff                                               145
                                               Grand Total   =      425

 

 

4. OBJECTIVE:

The ultimate objective is to develop the mineral and natural resources of the State for socio- economic development of the people in harmony with natural ecology.

 

5. ADDRESS OF THE ORGANISATION:

DIRECTORATE OF GEOLOGY AND MINING
NAGALAND, DIMAPUR
NEAR DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OFFICE, DIMAPUR -797 112

 

  1.  OFFICE TIMING:
  2.  
      1. 9.00 AM TO 3.00 PM (WINTER)
      2. 10.00 AM TO 4.00 PM (SUMMER)

 

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Powers & Duties of Officers & Employees:

 

Sl.No

Name and Designation

Duties

 

  1.  

Shri.Wanthang Rengma
 Director

Over all in charged of the department.

  1.  

Shri.L Panger
Jt. Director (1)

i)Matter relating to Limestone & Marble exploration,base metal/ noble metal exploration and other associated metals in the naga hill ophiolites.
ii) Matter relating to Pokphur Magnetic & ore related minerals.
iii) Matter relating to precious and semi precious stones.
iv) Matter relating to NSMDC, IBM, NML and MECL.
v) chairman of public grievences committee.
vi) supervision of work on survey, drawing and photographic section.
vii) Matter relating to earn leave/ commoted leave in respect of non- gazette staffs routed through respectiuve sectional heads shall be approved by him.
viii) To monitor daily attendance and monthly diaries of all gazette and non- gazetted staffs of Geology, survey, drawing and Draught sections.
ix) all files emanating from Chemical shall be routed through him to the Director.
x) Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.T.Mar Imchen
Joint Director (2)

 i)Overall in charge of coal and its activities.
ii) Matter relating to CMPDI & NEIST in respect R&D works on coal
iii)Energy Mineral and thermal related minerals.
iv) Matter relating to Minor minerals and associated matter other than Ground water.
v) Matter relating to GSI, SGPB, CGPB, NEC/DONER and any other agencies not assigned to others.
vi) Matter relating to IT Cell.
vii) Nodal officer IT, IPR and PIMS related works.
viii) Smt. Heizele Hegou, Asstt. Geologist and Bendangwala, LDA will assist him in PIMS related works.
vii) Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.         

  1.  

Shri. S.Manen
Joint Director (3)

i)Incharge of Budget.
ii) Overall incharge of Ground Water exploration and developmental activities of the department including supervision and co-ordination.
iii) Matter relating to purchase of Ground water equipment.
iv)Matter relating to formulation and preparation of DPR for ground water
v) Matter relating to drafting of ground water act and policy.
vi) Matter relating to geo-science devision covering geotechnical, geo-engineering studies and seismic loab.
Vii) maintenance and operation of geo- physical logger.
v) Any other work as may be assigned  from time to time.

  1.  

Smt.Thechano Murry
Joint Director(4)

i)Matter relating to Planning & Co-ordination
ii) Matter relating to Assembly,Parlimentary and Annual Administrative
    Report.
iii) Matter relating to CM and Governor Speeches.
iv) Matter relating to NSMDC Ltd.
v) Matter relating to Training and Seminars.
vi) Matter relating to Gender Budgeting and Women welfare programme.
vii) Matter relating to IBM, NLM and MECL.
viii) Files shall be directly routed through the concerned Joint Director/
       Sectional Head dealing with the subject matter.
ix) Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.S.Nitovi Chishi
Geologist

i.  Matter relating to Ground water investigation.
ii. To co-ordinate in ground waater exploration and developmental activities including preparation of DPR in association with JD(4)
iii. Matter relating to building and dimensional stones.
iv. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.Y.R.L Patton
Geologist

i. Drawing and disbursement Officer (DDO)
ii. To assist JD(4) in matter realting to budget, accounts and audit matters.
iii. To co-ordinate in matter relating to rain water harvesting, artificial recharge and Iron removal plant in association with JD(4).
iv. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.L.S.Ngully
Geologist

i. Geological investigation.
ii. Base and noble metal exploration and other associated metals in the naga hill ophiolites .
iii. In charge of museum and exhibition.
iv. In charge in preparation of minerals status report.
v. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.Martsungba
Geologist

i. Geological investigation
ii. Geo-technical/ engineering investigation.
iii. in charge of geo technical laboratories.
iv. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.T.Khatsu
Geologist

i)Matter relating to FSP,Field Reports.
ii) Maps, Topo Sheets,Satellite imagery,aerial photos.
iii) Matter relating to GSI
iv) Matter relating to SGPB,CGPB,NEC/DONER, NEIST and CMPDI.
v)Purchase of Camp and Field equipments.
vi) All Files shall be routed through thr concerned Joint Director/
       Sectional Head dealing with the subject matter to Director.
vii) Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.Katiwaba
Geologist

i. Ground water investigation.
ii. Matter relating to Brine water/ salt spring investigation.
iii. Incharge of petrological laboratory
iv. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.Longrikaba
Geologist

i. Geological investigation/ geo technical investigation./
ii. matter relating to Base metal exploration.
iii. matter relating to limestone and marble exploration.
iv. to assist in preparation of mineral status report.
v. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

  1.  

Shri.Khekeyi Rengma
Geologist

Attached to Minor Mineral

  1.  

Shri.Kheto Zhimomi
Geologist

Attached to Minor Mineral

 

  1.  

Shri.Kenyelo Rengma
Geologist

i. Geological investigation.
ii. Matter relating to precious and semi precious stone.
iii. Matter relating to Pokphur Magnetite and allied related matters.
iv. To assist in preparation of mineral status.
v. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

 

  1.  

Asingbow Newmai
Geologist

i. |Ground water investigation.
ii. Matter relating to climate change, Geo environmental and geo medicinal studies.
iii. Purchase and maintenance of computer and its accessories.
iv. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

 

  1.  

Shri.A. Jungshi
Geologist

i. Geological investigation.
ii. Matter relating to precious and semi precious stone.
iii. To assist in preparation of mineral status.
iv. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

 

  1.  

Shri.Marpokba
Geologist

i. Geological investigation.
ii. Presently engaged in revenue collection of coal as district incharge.
iii.  Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

 

  1.  

Smt.Tokheli Pucho
Geologist

i)Matter relating to ground water and CGWB.
ii) To assist in maintening the record of revenue of department.
iii) Asst Public Information Officer. Files Shall be directly routed through
     PIO to Director.
iv)Matter relating to Geo engineering/ geo technical.
iv) Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

 

  1.  

Shri.Hilto Z.Swu
Geologist

i. Geological investigation.
ii. Presently engaged in revenue collection of coal as district incharge.
iii.  Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

 

  1.  

Shri. David Lhouphenyi, Geologist

i. Matters relating to GIS/ Remote sensing.
ii. Geological investigation.
iii. Matter relating to coal exploration.
iv. Matter relating to geo technical (landslide/ seismic) studies and seismic lab.
v. Matters relating to DGM portal.
vi. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

 

  1.  

Smt. Imlinungla
Asstt.Geologist

i. Investigation of coal, landslides and earthquake studies.
ii. to assist in GIS/ Remote sensing.
iii. To assist in preparation of mineral status.
iv. Any other works as may be assigned from time to time.

 

  1.  

Smt. Tsino Viya

Attached to Minor Minerals

 

  1.  

Smt. Tosangla Chang

Attached to Minor Minerals

 

 

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Manual-III 

The procedure followed in decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability:

 

Sl. No

Activity

Level of Action

Time Frame

1.

Administration wing
(General File)

Registrar—Jt.D-Addl-Director

 

 

It normally take 2-6 days

2

Geological wing
(Technical Cell)

 Addl.Director,-Director

3

Drilling wing

Jt. Director (Drilling)- Director

4

Mining wing

Jt. Director (Mining) - Director

5

Chemical wing

Jt. Director (Chemical) -      Director

6

Accounts section

Addl.Director (Geology) - Director

7

Civil wing, Library, Survey

Addl.Director - Director

Besides other details may also be given.
 
Administration Decision
Financial decision
Channel of Supervision             Director
Accountability

What are the arrangements to communicate the decisions to the public?
With whom/authority the final decision lies?  - Director

 

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 Norms set for discharge of its functions: 

 

Sl. No

Activity

Time Frame/Norms

Remarks

1.

Administrative

Since Geology and Mining is Field oriented one, Field Season consist of 6 (six) months. During this period the officers will carry out Field activities and in the off season the officer will prepare the report.

 

2.

Geological field report

 

 

1. Groundwater

 

 

2. Geotechnical investigation

 

 

3. Survey

 

 

4. Drawing

 

 

5. Mapping

 

3

Drilling

 

4

Mining

 

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 The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions:  

Sl.

No.

Name of the Acts, Rules, regulations,

Manual, Records,

etc

Type of document

Brief gist of the document

 

 

 

From where one can get a copy (Name/Phone No/fax/e-mail/ address etc)

Fee charged by the deptt. for

a copy of rules, regulation,

instruction, manual&

Records,(if any)or the price

in case of priced publication.

1.

The Nagaland (owner-ship & transfer of land & its resources Act. 1990

 

 

 

 

Regulation

 

 

 

 

(Mining Section) DGM, Dimapur

Minimum Rs 50/-

2.

Nagaland Coal Policy 2006.

 

 

 

3

Nagaland Coal Rules, 2006

 

 

4

Minor Mineral Concession Rules 2006

 

 

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 A Statement of the Categories of documents that are held by it or under its control:

  

Use the format given below to give the information about the official documents.

Sl. No

Name / nature/ Category of the document

Name of the documents& its introduction in one line

Procedure to obtain the document

Held by/ under control of

1

Administrative Report

 

Serial 1 can be obtain free of cost whereas others through application.

 

 

Director

2

Geological Report

 

3

Mining Report (Mining Plan)

 

4

Annual Plan

 

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The 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 administration :

 

Sl No.

Subject/ Type

Is there a provision to ensure public participation (Yes/ No)

Arrangement for seeking public participation

 

 

 

 

 

Not implemented

Nil

Nil

 

 

 

 

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A Statement of  boards, Council, committees and other bodies constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, council, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public:

  

8.1. PUBLIC AWARENESS COMMITTEE: This Committee was set up for Public Awareness Campaign with the landowners, village councils, NGO’s etc. in the State for Oil developments in the State.

  1. Structure and Member Composition = 9 (nine) members headed by  Additional Director.\

  2. Head of the body= Headed by Additional Director.

  3. Frequency of meetings= Depends on the situation.

  4. Whether meetings open to public?= Not in the departmental Committee sitting, but all public are welcome when it is conducted in the Public platforms.

  5. Whether minutes accessible to public= Yes.

 

8.2. MEDICAL SCREENING COMMITTEE: This Committee was constituted to check rampant irregularities in many government departments.

1. Structure and Member Composition= 5 (five) members.

2. Head of the body = Headed by Additional Director.

3. Frequency of meetings = Quarterly

4. Whether meetings open to public? = Not in the departmental Committee sitting except the applicant.

      5. Whether minutes accessible to public= Yes.

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Directory of its officers & employees:

 

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Manual-X 

                        The monthly remuneration received by each of its officer & employees including the system of compensation as provided in regulations:

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Manual-XI

The Budget Allocated to each Agency indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursement made:

 

Sl.No

Head of Account

BE

RE

Actual Expenditure

1

2

3

4

5

 

CAPITAL SECTION
4853-                       Capital outlay on Non-Ferrous Mining
                                and Metallurgical Industries.

 

 

 

 

4853-60                  Other Mining and Metallurgical Industries

 

 

 

 

4853-60-190           Investment in public sector undertakings

 

 

 

 

4853-60-190-01      State mineral Development corporation

 

 

 

 

4853-60-190-01-18  Investments

100.00

150.00

144.25

 

Total

100.00

150.00

144.25

 

4853-60-800             Other Expenditure

 

 

 

 

4853-60-800-01        Works under Mineral Development

 

 

 

 

13 Major Works

100.00

1162.93

1151.42

 

14 Major Works

 

 

 

 

4853-60-800                            Total

100.00

1162.93

1151.42

 

4853                 TOTAL CAPITAL SECTION

200.00

1312.93

1295.67

 

                        GRAND TOTAL

200.00

1312.93

1295.67

 

 

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Implementation of subsidy programmes:

                   There is no such provision

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 Manual-XIII

 Particulars of recipient of concessions, permits or authorization granted by aid: 

Name of the Programmes             :
Implementation of the Nagaland Coal Policy.

  1. Name and address of the beneficiary    :  N/A

 

  1. Type of Concession/Permits/Authorization/provided:-       

Issue of Coal Prospecting License(CPL) and Coal Mining Lease(CML) to entrepreneurs/Pvt. Companies/PSU.

  1. Propose for which granted:

For prospecting and extraction of coal.

  1. Eligibility:     (i).      for individual:  Any Naga Indigenous inhabitant having sufficient

experience in coal mining.
                             (ii).     For Pvt. Company(S): Any Pvt. Company incorporated under
Companies
                                      Act, 1956 with its main objectives for mining activities.
(iii).    PSU: Any PSU having its main objective for undertaking mining activites.

  1. Criteria for Eligibility: 

(i).      For Individual :- Applicable for Only Naga  indigenous inhabitants.
(ii).     For Pvt. Company:- Applicable for only those companies having sufficient experience in coal prospecting and mining activities. Company must be incorporated under the  Companies Act, 1956. Preferably the Company may have MOU or tied up with local people/landowner.
       7.  Pre-requisites:
(I).      For issue of Coal Prospecting License (CPL):
(a).     Prescribed application form in triplicate duly filled in.
(b).     Land Possession certificate/Lease Agreement/MOU with the land owner.
(c).     N.O.C. from Land owner and the concerned Village Council.
(d).     N.O.C. from local administration.
(e).     No due certificate from the concerned authority.
(f).     Affidavit:-
                             in the case of individual:
that the applicant is not a holder of any CPL/ML before and that there is no due in his/her name (in the prescribed format).  And
          in the case of Company:
 that the Company has file up to date IT returns and that there is no due in the name of the Company (in the prescribed format).
                   (g).     Location map extracted from the Toposheet preferably 1:50000 scale.                      (h).     Indication of coal availability in the area in prescribed format duly
signed by Geologist.
(i).      Prospecting Scheme prepared and duly signed by Mining Engineer or Asst. Mining Engineer.
                   (j).     Inspection Report from Mining Engineer  or Asst. Mining Engineer
            (II)     For issue of Mining Lease (ML):-
                   (i).      Registration Certificate of Company Incorporation.
                   (ii).     Letter of MOU between the land owners and the company.
                   (iii).    N.O.C. from the landowners and the concerned village council.
                   (iv).    N.O.C. from the concerned Administrative stating that the land is free
from encumbrances and it belongs to the Pvt. Party and is free from
Govt land/Forest land.                           
                   (v).     Location map/surface map of the propose Mining area indicating
some important surface features with area of lease and clear schedule of boundaries, distance from national Highways, State highways nearest villages, rivers, Police station, Post Office, Medical Centre etc. preferably 1:25000 scale.         
                   (vi).    Mining Plan incorporating all necessary information as per Rule-3(iii) of
the Nagaland Coal Mining Rules, 2006.                         
                   (vii).   Mines Closure Plan as per section 5(A) of the NCMR, 2006.
                   (viii).   Progressive mines closure plan as per section 5(B) of the NCMR, 2006.
                   (ix).    Project profile showing capital investment and mode of financing.
                   (x).     Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environment Management                       Plan (EMP).
                   (xi).    Consent from  the State  Pollution Control Board (SPCB).

  1. Procedure to avail the benefits                            :         Not Applicable.
  2. Time limit for concession/Permit/Authorization         :         1 (one) Year.

10. Application fee (where applicable)         :
     (i).      For CPL Fees:- (a).   Application fee                   :        Rs. 2500/-
                                      (b).     Prospecting License fee       :        Rs. 5000/-
                                      (c).     Security deposit                 :        Rs. 10,000/-
(ii).     For CML fees  (a).     Application fee                   :        Rs. 2500/-
                             (b).     Mining Lease fee                :        Rs. 5000/-
                             (c).     Security deposit                 :        Rs. 10000/-

11.      Application Format (where Applicable):
          (i).      CPL Application form :        enclosed       
          (ii).     CML Application                  :

12.      List of Attachment                          :         Same as 7 above.
13.      Format of Attachments                  :         Nil
14.      List of beneficiaries                                    :         N/A

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Details information available to, or held by its reduced in an electronic form:

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

      The Department will start implementing in 2009.

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Facilities available to citizens for obtaining information:

Sl.
No

Facility Available

Nature of information available

Working hours

1.

Information center

 

 

2.

Office Library

 

 

3.

Notice Board

Notice Board

10:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m (Summer)
9:00 am to 3:00p.m (winter)

4.

Website

 

 

5.

Printed Manual

 

 

6.

Inspection of Records in the office

 

 

7.

System of issuing of copies of Documents

 

 

8.

Others

 

 

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Names designations for P.I.O:

 

A.  Departmental Appellate Authority (DAA)

Sl.
No.

Name

Designation

STD.Code

Office

Home

Mobile

Email

Address

1

Wanthang Rengma.

Director

03862

248662

 

9612154823

 

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B. Public Information Officers(s) (PIO)

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Name

Designation

STD Code

Office

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Mobile

E-mail

Address

1

Er.R.Nakhro

Jt.Director (M)

 

248661

 

9436013245

 

DGM

C.  Assistant Public Information Officers (s) (APIO)

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Name

Designation

STD Code

Office

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Email

Address

1.

Tokheli Phucho

Geologist

 

232715

 

9436261847

 

DGM

 

 

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MANUAL – XVII:       

Such other informations as may be prescribed and thereafter updated every year:.

 No such facility at the moment with the department

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