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    DIRECTORATE OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE

    NAGALAND: KOHIMA

    1. PARTICULARS OF THE ORGANIZATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:

    Introduction: Without Health there can be no wealth and that is why it is said that, Health is Wealth. The Department of Health & Family Welfare is responsible to provide this wealth and therefore occupies a very important place in the overall socio-economic development of the society in the state. Health care services are being provided through the following Health units.

    1. District Hospitals                                  - 11 (including NHAK)
    2. Community Health Centres                    - 25
    3. Primary Health Centres                         - 137
    4. Subsidiary Health Centre                       - 1
    5. Big Dispensary                                    - 2
    6. Sub-Centres                                       - 559

                 Some commonly prevalent diseases which burden the state are communicable diseases such as malaria, TB, viral infection, urinary tract infection, Respiratory tract infection, gastroenteritis, Typhoid, Hepatitis, Helminthiasis etc. with the changing of life style, Hypertension, Cardiovascular diseases, Diabetes and Cancer etc. have also become quite prevalent. Indeed it is encouraging that the Adult HIV prevalence of the state has come down from 0.98% to 0.78% during the year. (NACO Technical Report 2015) and General Population Prevalence rate 0.82% ( NACO HSS 2016-17 Report.
                 Some of the factors in the state such as poor communications, peculiar terrain have contributed in making available quality health service and ensuring their optimal utilization by the community a great public health challenge. With the support through NHM and other GOI assisted programmes and the political commitment of the state, the department has made several achievements and have set in place systems to take the department forward towards achieving its goals and objectives.
                  Though the above mentioned interventions, the health indications have been steadily improving over the year as observed in case of infant Mortality Rate (IMR) from 26 per 1000 live birth in 2009 to 12 in 2016.
                   Though there have been gaps and shortcomings and with the given limited resources, the department is striving to improve the health care scenario of the state. Some of the major activities/initiatives undertaken during the year are highlighted in the AAR of 2017-18.
                   The present set up of the department is headed by a Cabinet Minister and Commissioner & Secretary to the Govt. of Nagaland at the State level and the principal Director and two (2) Directors at the Directorate level.

    1. ADMINISTRATIVE SET –UP/ DEPARTMENTAL ORGANIZATION

    DIRECTORATE:


    SL.NO.

    DESIGNATION

    NO.

    1.

    Principal Director

    1

    2.

    a)  Director Health Services
    b)  Director Family Welfare

    1
    1

    3.

    a)  Additional Directors
    b)Additional Director (Dental)

    4
    1

    4.

    a)  Joint Directors
    b)  Joint Director (Dental)
    c) Joint Director  (Nursing)
    d)  Joint Drugs Controller (Drugs)
    e)  Joint director (IEC)

    10
    1
    1
    1
    1

    5.

    a)  Deputy Directors
    b)  Deputy Director (Dental)
    c)  Deputy Director (Nursing)
    d)  Deputy Drugs Controller (Drugs)
    e)  Deputy Director (IEC)

    12
    1
    3
    1
    1

      
                OTHERS:


    Sl. No

    Designation

    No.

    Deputed from

    1.

    Senior Accounts Officer

    1

    Treasuries & Accounts Dept.

    2.

    Senior Research Officer

    1

     

    3.

    Registrar

    1

     

    4.

    Superintendent

    6

     

    5.

    Asstt. Superintendent

    6

     

    6.

    Health Education Officer

    1

     

    7.

    Health Education Officer (Trg)

    1

     

    8.

    Statistical Officer

    1

    Economics & Statistics Dept.

     

              II. ADMINISTRATIVE SET-UP IN THE DISTRICTS:


    Sl. No

    Districts

    Designation

    CMO

    Dy. CMO

    M.S

    M.S (TB)

    M.S (Mental)

    DTO

    DMO

    DIO

    ZLO

    1.

    Kohima

    1

    1

    1

    1(Khuzama)

    1

    1

    1

    1

    1

    2.

    Dimapur

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    1

    3.

    Mokokchung

    1

    1

    1

    1(Mkg)

     

    1

    1

    1

    1

    4.

    Tuensang

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    1

    5.

    Mon

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    1

    6.

    Zunheboto

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    Nil

    7.

    Phek

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    Nil

    8.

    Wokha

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    1

    9.

    Kiphire

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    Nil

    10.

    Longleng

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    Nil

    11.

    Peren

    1

    1

    1

     

     

    1

    1

    1

    Nil

     

    Total

    11

    11

    11

    2

    1

    11

    11

    11

    6

    Note: CMO= Chief Medical Officer; Dy. CMO= Deputy Chief Medical Officer; M.S= Medical Superintendent, DTO= District Tuberculosis Officer; DMO= District Malaria Officer; DIO= District Immunization Officer; ZLO= Zonal Leprosy Officer.
    3
            III.    HEALTH CARE INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE DISTRICTS:
                   District wise distribution of Health Units


    Sl.No

    District

    Health Units

     

     

    CHC

    PHC

    SHC

    BD

    SC

    TOTAL

    1.

    Kohima

    3

    17

    -

    -

    44

    64

    2.

    Dimapur

    2

    9

    -

    -

    83

    94

    3.

    Mokokchung

    4

    17

    -

    2

    58

    81

    4.

    Tuensang

    3

    14

    1

    -

    70

    88

    5.

    Mon

    3

    14

    -

    -

    71

    88

    6.

    Zunheboto

    2

    13

    -

    -

    61

    76

    7.

    Phek

    3

    23

    -

    -

    50

    76

    8.

    Wokha

    2

    12

    -

    -

    48

    62

    9.

    Kiphire

    1

    5

    -

    -

    31

    37

    10.

    Longleng

    -

    5

    -

    -

    14

    19

    11.

    Peren

    2

    8

    -

    -

    29

    39

     

    Total

    25

    137

    1

    2

    559

    724

    Note: CHC= Community Health Centre; PHC= Primary Health Centre; SHC= Subsidiary Health Centre;
    BD= Big Dispensary; SC= Sub- Centre

    IV. PROGRAMMES UNDER HEALTH &FAMILY WELFARE

    • NATIONAL HEALTH MISSION (NHM)

    Since the launch of the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) in Nagaland in February 2006, the state has shown significant improvement in health care delivery both in terms of physical infrastructure and service delivery output.
            Reducing Maternal Mortality, Infant Mortality and Total Fertility Rates is one top priority under NRHM.  The State figure of IMR is 12 as per SRS 2017 and TFR is 2.7 as per NFHS 4. With the launching of National Urban Health Mission (NUHM) in 2013, the mission is been known as National Heath Mission to encompass both Rural and Urban Health

    • NATIONAL    LEPROSY    ERADICATION   PROGRAMME (NLEP)

    To maintain  Prevalence Rate 1/10,000 Population and to Eliminate Leprosy from the State.National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP) Nagaland achieved the elimination target set by Government of India & World Health Organization (WHO)  in the year 1998 when the P.R. came down to below 1/10000 Population. It was the first State in the Country to achieve the target. The State is still maintaining overall achieved target i.e. 0.0.28 per 10,000 Population till December 2017.

    • REVISED NATIONAL TB CONTROL PROGRAMME (RNTCP):

    Introduction: The Revised National TB control Programme was launched in Nagaland on 1st Dec 2001. Since the year 2007, the Programme has been achieving the goals and objectives of RNTCP.
    TB HIV collaborative activities was started in the year 2008. DOTS Plus services for management and treatment of MDR TB cases has been initiated since August 2012.
    Infrastructure under RNTCP as on 2016
    No of District TB centres                               :        11
    No of Designated Microscopy Centres                       :        44
    No of Microscopy Centres                             :        04
    No of DOT Centres                                                :        929
    No of Drug Resistance (DR) TB centre                      :        02
    No of Link DR TB Centre                               :        11(Districts)
    CB NAAT lab                                                        :        06 CBNAAT Machines.

    • UNIVERSAL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME (UIP):
    • To immunize all infants with one dose of BCG & Measles
    • To immunize all infants with three doses of DPT & OPV
    • To immunize all pregnant women two doses of Tetanus Toxoid (TT)
    • Supplementary Vitamin ‘A’ solution to children to prevent night blindness.

    ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN

    • Mission Indradhanush Phase 4 conducted from 7th March to 13th June 2017 in all districts.
    • Intensified Mission Indradhanush (IMI) conducted from 7th October 2017- 13th January 2018.
    • IPPI Round 1 held on 28th January 2018. Round 2 to be conducted on 11th March 2018.
    • REPRODUCTIVE CHILD HEALTH (RCH)

    CHILD HEALTH (CH)
    The State is committed to fulfill the National vision of bringing down the Infant mortality rate and improving the child health survival. The programme which has special focus on child health such as UIP, ORT and ARI. Quality health care delivery system including availability of drugs, improved referral mechanism through JSSK and health providers at all levels. IEC activities including counselling and creating awareness in the family and committees to develop healthy behaviors such as breast feeding, illness recognition and early health seeking behaviors. Co-ordination with other departments – For better and effective implementation and multi-sectional approach will be developed by involving various sections of the people such as Pediatrician, epidemiologist, ICDS, ANM’s, VHC, SHC, etc. in the districts.

    • FOOD SAFETY CELL               

    The Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, Rules and Regulations 2011 is being implemented in the State from 2012, with the following statutory Authorities:-

    •  State level

    (a) Steering Committee headed by Chief Secretary                                      -          11(Members)
              (b) Commissioner & Secretary HFW as Commissioner of Food Safety    -        01
              (c) Principal Director HFW as Addl. Food Safety Commissioner              -        01

    • District level :
    • Designated Officer (CMOs)                                                        -        11
    • Adjudicating Officer (DM&SJ)                                                     -        11
    • Food Safety Officer                                                                 -        11
    • State Public Health Laboratory :
    • Food Analyst                                                                 -        01
    • Chemist/other Technical personnel                                              -        13
    • NATIONAL VECTOR BORNE DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)                                                  

    The National Vector Borne Disease Control Program (NVBDCP) covers 6 Vector Borne Diseases namely, 1.Malaria, 2. Japanese Encephalitis  3. Dengue ,4. Kala Azar , 5. Chikungunya  &  6. Filariasis.
    It has four main objectives (a) Early case detection & Prompt Treatment (b) Vector control measures (c) Capacity Building & (d) IEC/BCC activities
     Vector Borne Diseases like Malaria, JE, & Dengue are found in Nagaland. Malaria is endemic in all the 11 districts whereas  JE   & Dengue cases are  endemic in 8 District. Through the implementation of NVBDCP program activities in our State, it  has shown its  achievement by  decreasing in Malarial cases  and decline in no of deaths due  to Vector Borne cases.

    • IEC [Information Education Communication]( BCC):

    The State Information, Education and Communication Bureau (IEC) has been the backbone of all Programmes in the Department in dissemination and educating the Community through various media and activities providing first hand information and Awareness to the unreached areas during all seasonal outbreaks.

    • NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR CONTROL OF BLINDNESS (NPCB).
      With the goal of reducing the prevalence of Blindness to 0.3% by 2020.NPCB

    covered all the Districts in Nagaland where Eye Surgeon/ Ophth. Assistant re posted.
    Main Activities :-
    - Examination of Eye patients in District Hospitals/ CHC/PHC and Eye camp.
    -conducting Eye camps in remote areas and in places where Eye operation like cataract   operation cannot be done
    -School Eye screening in different Districts by Eye Surgeons & Ophth. Assistants.
    - Observance of eye donation fortnight, World sight Day, glaucoma, blindness week with IEC activities.
    -Screening of NCD like Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma, squint & Amblyopia. 

    • NATIONAL IODINE DEFICIENCY DISORDERS CONTROL PROGRAM (NIDDCP)

    Iodine Deficiency disorders is a term given to a group of diseases caused due to nutritional iodine deficiency. It is considered as the world’s single most significant cause of preventable brain damage and mental retardation today.
    Nagaland was declared as one of the IDD endemic States in India through a base line survey conducted by ICMR in early 1960’s where 34.3% of goiter prevalence was recorded.
    Nagaland IDD Cell was established in 1987, since then, control and preventive measures were adopted through the programme division. Information on IDDs was also disseminated to all sections of the population through various agencies and Medias. More importantly, only iodized salt was supplied to the entire state for human consumption. All these exercises and control measures has brought about significant change in the behavior and attitude of the general population in regards to purchase, storage and consumption of iodized salt.

    • AYUSH PROGRAMME
    • Under National AYUSH  Mission, Nagaland State AYUSH Society various activities  were implemented successfully.
    • Joint Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH along with Deputy Secretary and Director General(CCRAS)  visited the State and  had a meeting with Commissioner and Secretary and AYUSH Officers in the State.
    •  In order to promote research in Ayurveda, MoU was signed between CCRAS under Ministry of AYUSH ,GOI  and Nagaland University.
    • To Strengthen AYUSH Programme, 40 AYUSH Doctors  as M.O’s under CHCs and PHCs and even in District Hospital, 10 AYUSH Doctors under School Health Team (RBSK), 10 AYUSH Doctors under AWC (RBSK) , 10  AYUSH Doctors as Epidemiologist  were appointed under NHM on Contractual basis.
    • Nagaland Homoeopathy Board office was set up and made functional  in DTL at Dimapur,

     Personal verification and renewal of licences were done successfully.

    • DRUGS  CONTROL PROGRAM:

    Nagaland State Drugs Control Organization is headed by the Joint Drugs Controller as the Licensing and Controlling Authority under the Principal Director as the Head of the Department.
    Activities:-

    • Drawing & Test results of Drug Samples
    • Issuance / Renewal of Drug Licences
    • Revenues collected
    • New Drug Licences.                          
    • Renewal of Licences.                         
    • Issuance of Blood Bank Licence.     

    • National Programme for Prevention & Control of Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases & Stroke (NPCDCS) ;The National Programme for Prevention & Control of Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases & Stroke (NPCDCS) has its State NCD Cell established at the Directorate of H &FW with adequate manpower as per GoI guidelines. The State NCD cell is functioning with Epidemiologist, Programme Assistant, Finance and Logistic Officer and Data Entry Operator. Similarly, District NCD Clinics have been set up in 3 districts of Kohima, Dimapur & Mokokchung with counselor, physiotherapist, data entry operator, two GNMs. 11 District NCD cells and 8 district NCD clinics will be scaled up to other districts. 
    • INTEGRATED DISEASE SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMME (IDSP):
    • IDSP is a decentralized, state based surveillance project in the country.
    • Objective is to detect early warning signals of impending outbreaks and help initiate an effective response in a timely manner.

     

    • NATIONAL TOBACCO CONTROL  PROGRAMME (NTCP):

    Programme Achievement April 2016- December 2016 for Annual Administrative report.


    Name of the Programme

    Detail Activities

    Achievement

    NTCP

    1. Training

    54

    2. School Program

     

        i. No. of School Program conducted

    88

       ii. No. of School Children covered

    28,104

       iii. Tobacco Free School declared

    39

       iv. Tobacco Free Institute College

    9

    3. Community Program
       i. Tobacco Free Village

     

    3

    4. Enforcement

     

       i. No. of enforcement drive

    8

       ii. No. of challan Issued

    96

       iii. Amount collected from the violators

    Rs. 18,600

    5. TCC

     

       i. Established

    4 (Kohima, Dimapur, Wokha & Peren)

       ii. Functional

    4 (Kohima & Dimapur, Wokha & Peren)

       iii. No. of Tobacco User Counseled under TCC

    496

    6. IEC activities carried out

    Hoarding, Flex, banner, Posters, Leaflets, Modules & Car stickers.

     

    • SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMME (SHP) :

    Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) 2014-15
    Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK), a Child Health Screening and Early Intervention Services Programme to provide comprehensive care to children between the age group of 0-18 years of age. The objective of this initiative is to improve the overall quality of life of children through early detection of birth Defects, Diseases, Deficiencies, Development Delays and Disability. Under this programme State has 22 Mobile Health Teams who screens pre-school age enrolled at Anganwadi Centres and children studying in Govt. Schools.
    Newborns are screened for birth defects in health facilities by service providers and during the home visits by ASHAs.
    Achievement during Financial year 2016-17 (till December) is highlighted in the table below:-


    Total number of children screened

    Total No. of children found positive

    Total No. of children referred

    Total No. of children accessed service

    170416

    15949

    11329

    5073

    • NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMME (NMHP):
        • To ensure the availability and accessibility of minimum Mental Health Care for all in the foreseeable future.
    • To encourage the application of Mental Health knowledge in general health care and in social development.
    • To promote community participation in the Mental Health Service development and to stimulate efforts towards self help in the community.
    • To broad-base Mental Health into other related programes.

    •  NAGALAND HEALTH PROJECT (NHP)

    Introduction:

    • The Nagaland Health Project was first conceived in the year 2012 with the support of the World Bank.
    • Project preparation was initiated with the support of Technical Support Group from the World Bank in the selected sites from 27th Feb. 2013.
    • The detail Preliminary Project Report was submitted to the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) on May 8th 2013.
    • Formal Presentation by the State to DEA on Technical Assistance to Screening Committee was made on 15th May 2013.
    • Clearance of the Proposal for investment in Health Department in Nagaland from the Department of North East Region (DONER), line ministry and Department of Expenditure.
    • The Project was approved by the Govt. of India after multiple meetings/ screening committee by DEA on 24th Jan 2014.
    • Project Preparation Advance (PPA) was approved between the DEA and the World Bank on the 17th August, 2014.
    • The Final negotiation with Govt. of India (DEA) and World Bank was signed on 4th Nov 2016.
    • NURSING WING
    • To look after the welfare of Nursing personnel.
    • To conduct Training/workshop (to update Knowledge & skills)
    • Involve in policy making matters related to Nursing.
    • Does transfer/appointment & admission of students.
    • Besides existing 4(four) Nursing Schools in the State another of 3(three) Nursing School at Zunheboto, Mon & Phek are under construction.

     

    •   NAGALAND STATE AIDS CONTROL SOCIETY (NSACS):

    Nagaland State AIDS Control Society (NSACS) functioning under the Government of Nagaland, Project initiated by National AIDS Control Program (NACP) being implemented phase wise with the objective to slow down the spread of HIV infections so as to reduce morbidity, morality and impact up AIDS in the country.

    • National Oral Health Programme (NOHP):

    Infrastructure.

      • Installed new Dental chair and Ultrasonic scaller in the district Hospitals of Longleng and Zunheboto under NOHP, NHM.
      • Consumables items to all district Hospitals under NOHP, NHM.
    • RASHTRIYA SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA (RSBY):

        RSBY is a government-run health insurance scheme to provide health insurance coverage to the unrecognised sector workers belonging to the BPL category and their family members, so as to mitigate the burden of the hospitalization expenses and improve access to quality healthcare. The scheme was launched under the Ministry of Labour and Employment) in 2008 as it was transferred to the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare on ‘as is where basis’ with effect from 01.04.2015

    • Health Intelligence Bureau (H.I.B):

    The Principal functions ;

    • Collection and processing of Health Statistics and Dissemination of information.
    • Epidemic Intelligence:
    • Morbidity Mortality,  Vital Statistic , Programme Statistic, Health Manpower, Health facilities

    and other related Data.
           4.          Field studies through survey & Research of health Indicators.

     

    ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

    Manual-11 POWER AND DUTIES OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES :

    As per Government of Nagaland direction.

    Manual-III

    III)    PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN DECISION MAKING PROCESS.
              In a graphic for the stages through which decision making process goes through for each proposal can be shown as under.

     

    In a graphic for the stages through which decision making process goes through for each proposal can be shown as under.


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    ACTIVITY

    LEVEL OF ACTION

    TIME FRAME

    1.

     

    Establishment

    Principal Director-  Director(H)/ Director (FW) -Addl. Director- Receipt- Superintendent- UDA/LDA
    Superintendent- Registrar- Dy. Director- Jt. Director- Addl. Director- Director(H)/ Director (FW) - Principal Director.

     

    2.

     

    Planning Matters

    Principal Director- Director(H)/ Director (FW) -Addl. Director- Receipt- Superintendent- UDA/LDA
    Superintendent- Research Officer - Dy. Director- Jt. Director- Addl. Director- Director(H)/Director (FW)- Principal Director.

     

    3

     

    Accounts

    Principal Director- Director(H)/ Director (FW) - Addl. Director- Receipt –  Superintendent- UDA/LDA
    Superintendent- Jr. A.O - A.O- D.D.O- Addl. Director- Director (H)/Director (FW)- Principal Director.

     

    4

     

    Budget

    Principal Director- Director(H)/ Director (FW) - Addl. Director- Receipt- Superintendent- UDA/LDA
    Superintendent –Registrar- A.O- Jt. Director - Addl. Director- Director (H)/Director (FW)- Principal Director.

     

    5.

     

    Purchase

    Principal Director- Director(H)/ Director (FW) - Addl. Director - Receipt - Superintendent- UDA/LDA
    Superintendent–Dy. Director (Store)–Jt. Director -  A.O / Jr. A.O- D.D.O- Addl. Director- Director(H)/Director (FW)- Principal Director.

     

    6.

     

    Transport

    Principal Director-Director (H)/Director (FW) - Addl. Director  - Receipt-  UDA/LDA
    Superintendent-Jt. Director - Addl. Director- Director (H)/Director (FW) - Principal Director.

     

    7.

    Medical Treatment and  Reimbursement

    Principal Director-Director (H) - Addl. Director  - Receipt-  UDA/LDA
    Superintendent- Dy. Director – Jt. Director – Addl. Director – Director (H) – Principal Director.

     

    8.

     

    Confidential

    Principal Director- Receipt-  UDA/LDA
    Superintendent- Dy. Director – Jt. Director – Addl. Director – Director (H)/ Director (FW)  – Principal Director.

     

    9

     

    Pension

    Principal Director-Director (H) - Addl. Director  - Receipt-  UDA/LDA
    Superintendent- Dy. Director – Jt. Director – Addl. Director – Director (H)– Principal Director.

     

    10

     

    IEC

    Principal Director - Director (H)/Director (FW) – Addl. Director- Receipt- Superintendent- UDA/LDA                   Superintendent- Dy. Director – Jt. Director –  Addl. Director – Director (H)/Director (FW) – Principal Director

     

    11

     

    Health Programs

    Principal Director - Director (H)/Director (FW) – Addl. Director- Receipt-Program Officer- Subordinate Staff  Superintendent- Program Officer- Addl. Director – Director (H)/Director (FW) – Principal Director

     

    12

     

    Civil Works

    Principal Director-Director (H)/ Director (FW) – E.E – UDA/LDA                      
    UDA/LDA – S.D.O/ J. E - E.E  – Jt. Director – Addl. Director – Director (H) / Director (FW) - Principal Director

     

    Other Details

    1. Administrative Decision               
    2. Financial Decision             
    3. Channel of Supervision                 - Principal Director
    4. Accountability                             
    5. Authority for final Decision 

    Arrangement to communicate decisions to the Public:

    1. From Principal Director to District/ Sub-Division/ Other establishments  through channel such as Radio, Print Media, Internet, Notice Board etc.

     

    • Manual-IV

    IV)     THE NORM SET FOR DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS
             Norms set by different Ministries and sponsoring Agencies

    Manual-VI

    VI)     STATEMENT OF CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS   CONTROL

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    Name/ Nature of category of document

    Name of Document

    Procedure to obtain Document

    Held by or under the control of

    1

    Establishment

    General administration, appointment, promotion, transfer & posting, confirmation of service of all non-gazetted staff, maintenance of personal files of all officers and staff

    Registrar, Establishment and PIO

    Registrar, establishment

    2

    Planning

    Preparation of annual and five year plan documents, preparation of agenda items for national, regional conference, CSS, NEC Schemes and Negotiation Loans, Mid-term appraisal to Planning department

    Research Officer, Superintendent Planning and PIO

    Superintendent Planning

    3

    Accounts

    Bills & Cash, GPF, TA and tours, Medical Bills, Leave Encashment.

    Superintendent Accounts and PIO

    Superintendent Accounts

    4.

    Budget

    Budget estimates, Revised estimates documents (both Plan and Non- Plan), Monthly Expenditure Statements, Reconciliation of expenditure, Audit and PAC. Correspondence

    Superintendent,  Registrar, A.O

    Superintendent Budget

    5

    Health Programs

    Files and records of program strategies and execution, annual action plan, logistics, monitoring & evaluation, public role in each program

    Program Officers, Supporting Staff & PIO

    Program Officers and Supporting Staff

    6

    Transport

    Files and records relating to purchase, maintenance and allotment of all vehicles

    Superintendent Transport, Supporting Staff & PIO

    Superintendent Transport and Supporting Staff

    7

    General Purchase (CMS)

    Files and records relating to purchase of medicines, nursing sundries, equipments, furniture.

    Dy. Director (Store), DDO (CMS) supporting Staff & PIO

    Superintendent

    8

    Medical Treatment and  Reimbursement

    Files and records relating to Medical Treatment outside the state and Medical Reimbursement thereof.

    Superintendent

    Superintendent

    9

     

    Pension

    Files and records relating to Pension

    Superintendent

    Superintendent

    10

    Statistics/ Census

    Record and date relating to disease prevalence, treatment

    Asst. Director (Stat) and Supporting Staff

    Asst. Director (Stat) and Supporting Staff

    11

    Civil Works

    Records relating to all construction works including minor repairs, orders, sanctions etc.

    EE (Medical & Supporting Staff

    SDO/ JE

    12

    Medical Education & Training

    Records of institution, stipends, book grants, study leave and all kinds of training (Short and long outside the state)

    Superintendent (Training)

    Supporting Staff

     

    Manual-VII

      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 IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF.

    Sl. No

    Subject type

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

    Arrangement for seeking public participation

    1

    Communitization Programs

    Yes

    Yes

     

    Manual-VIII

    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 ADVISE AND AS TO WHETHER MEETING OF THOSE BOARDS, COUNCIL, COMMITTEE AND OTHER BODIES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC OR TO THE MINUTES OF SUCH MEETING ARE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC
    Under one to five (1-5), the public can give advice and the minutes of the meeting are accessible for the public. Since the public are also the members of those Boards, Councils & Committee. 6, 7 & 8 which are only for the Department of Health & Family Welfare.

    1. Nagaland State Health Mission & Society
    2. Nagaland State AIDS Control Society
    3. Nagaland State Blood Transfusion Council
    4. Nagaland State Population Council
    5. Nagaland State Homoeopathic Board
    6. State Medical Board
    7. Purchase Board
    8. Verification And Delivery Board

     Manual-IX

    IX)     DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYESS.

    Incumbency list of Doctors

     

    Manual-X

    X)       MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY OFFICERS AND EMPLOYESS INCLUDING SYSTEM OF  COMPENSATION.

    Directorate

    Kohima

    Dimpaur

    Wokha

    Longleng

    Kiphire

    Zunheboto

    Tuensang

    Phek

    Peren

    Mon

    Mokokchung

    Programs under HFW

     

    NHM

    IDSP

    RNTCP

    E.E Wing

    NTCP

    NIDDCP

    NLEP

    NVBDCP

    UIP

    NPCB

    NURSING

    NSACS

    NRHM

    IEC

    AYUSH

    npcdcs & nppcd

    HIB

    Manual-XI

    XI)     BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH AGENCY INCLUDING ALL PLANS, PROPOSED   EXPENDITURES  AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENT MADE.         

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    Manual-XII

    XII)   MANNER OF EXECUTING SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES, INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND THE DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH  PROGRAMMES
              (DOES NOT    APPLY)

    Manual-XIII


    XIII) PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS PERMITS OR AUTHORIZATION GRANTED BY IT .
              (DOES NOT APPLY)

    Manual-XIV

    XIV)   DETAILS OF INFORMATION AVAILABLE IN ELECTRONIC FORMAT

    Sl. No

    NAME

    TITLE OF DOCUMENT/ RECORD

    LOCATION WHERE AVAILAIBLE

    OTHER INFO.

    1

    HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE

    Department Website

    NIC Kohima

    NIC Kohima

     

    Manual-XV

    XV) THE PARTICULARS OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION, INCLUDING THE WORKING HOURS OF A LIBRARY OR READING ROOM,   IF MAINTAINEDED FOR PUBLIC USE.
    The basic information of the department is available on-line in the Department’s website www.nagahealth.nic.in where the 17 manuals under the RTI is also to be made available. Appellate Authority, PIO and APIOs have also been designated by the government and notified as given in Manual 16.

    Manual-XVI

    XVI) THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS

    The following Officers of the Department of Public Relations, Government of Nagaland, have been appointed as (i) Appellate Authority ii) First Appellate Authority (iii)Public Information Officers, (iv) Assistant Public Information Officers and for performing function under the Right to Information Act in respect of information under the control of the Department of Information and Public Relation, Government of Nagaland.

     

    1. Administrative Level (APPELLATE AUTHORITY, PIO & APIO)

    Sl No

    Designation

    Phone

    Address

    STD Code

    Office

    E.mail

     

    1

    Commissioner & Secretary & First Appellate Authority (FAA)

    0370

    2270062

     

    Kohima

    2

    Jt. Secretary & PIO

    0370

    2270062

     

    Kohima

    3

    Under Secy. & APIO

     

     

     

    Kohima

    1. Directorate  Level (FIRST APPELLATE AUTHORITY, PIO & APIO) as on March 2018.

    Sl. No.

    Name

    Designation

    Phone

    Address

    STD Code

    Office

    E.mail

    1

    Dr.M.Kire

    Principal Director  & FAA

    0370

    2270490/470

     

    DHFW ,Ruziezou, Kohima-797001

    2.

    Dr.Tokoho Chishi

    Addl.Director & PIO

    0370

     270490/470

     

    -do-

    3

    MD, NRHM

     PIO

    0370

     270490/470

     

    -do-

    4

    PD, NSACS

    PIO

    0370

     2270357

    nagalandsacs@gmail.com

    -do-

    5

    EE, Medical

    PIO

    -do-

       -do-

     

    -do-

    6

    PO, NVDBCP

    PIO

    -do-

       -do-

     

    -do-

    7

    PO, UIP

    PIO

    -do-

       -do

     

    -do-

    8

    PO,NLEP

    PIO

    -do-

        -do-

     

    -do-

    9

    PO, NIDDCP

    PIO

    do-

       -do-

     

    -do-

    10

    PO, NTCP

    PIO

    do-

       -do-

     

    -do-

    11

    PO, RNTCP

    PIO

    -do-

      -do-

     

    -do-

    12

    PO, NPCB

    PIO

    -do-

      -do-

     

    -do-

    13

    PO,NCCP

    PIO

    -do-

      -do-

     

    -do-

    14

    PO, IDSP

    PIO

    -do-

       -do-

     

    -do-

    15

    PO, RCH

    PIO

    -do-

      -do-

     

    -do-

    16

    PO,AYUSH

    PIO

    -do-

       -do-

     

    -do-

    17

    PO, FW

    PIO

    -do-

      -do-

     

    -do-

    18

    PO. Oral & Dental

    PIO

    -do-

       -do-

     

    -do-

    19

    Jt. Dir. Nursing

    PIO

    -do-

      -do-

     

    -do-

    20

    SDO (Engineering)

    APIO

    -do-

      - do-

     

    -do-

    21

    Shri.Nokojungba

    RO/APIO

    0370

     2270490/470

     

    -do-

    1. Directorate (NRHM, NSACS, PMTI)

    Sl. No.

    Name

    Designation

    Phone

    Address

    STD Code

    Office

    E.mail

     

     

    1

    Dr.Kevichiisa Medikhrii

    Mission Director, NHM & PIO

    0370

    2270490/470

     

    Kohima

     

    2.

    Dr.Nganshi

    PD, NSACS & PIO

    0370

    2270490/470

     

    Kohima

     

    3

    Dr.Vibeituonuo Mepfhiio

    Principal PMTI & PIO

    0370

    221738

     

    Kohima

     

     

    1. District Level (PIO’s)

    Sl. No.

    Designation

    Contact Detail

    STD Code

    Office

    Home

    E.mail

    1

    CMO Kohima

    0370

    2228266

     

     

    2

    M.S.  NHAK

    0370

    2222657

     

     

    3

    M.S. Mental Hospital Kohima

    0370

    2228739

     

     

    4

    M.S, T.B Hospital Khuzama

    0370

     

     

     

    5

    CMO Dimapur

    03862

    232410

     

     

    6

    M.S Dimapur

    03862

    226933

     

     

    7

    CMO Mokokchung

    0369

    2226393

     

     

    8

    M.S Mokokchung

    0369

    2226394

     

     

    9

    M.S. T.B Hospital Mokokchung

    0369

    2226284

     

     

    10

    CMO Tuensang

    03861

    220213

     

     

    11

    M.S Tuensang

    03861

    220220

     

     

    12

    CMO Wokha

    03860

    222090

     

     

    13

    M.S Wokha

    03860

    222355

     

     

    14

    CMO Phek

    03865

    223137

     

     

    15

    M.S. Phek

    03865

    223114

     

     

    16

    Dy.CMO Zunheboto

    03867

    220354

     

     

    17

    M.S.  Zunheboto

    03867

    220344

     

     

    18

    CMO Mon

    03869

    221262

     

     

    19

    M.S Mon

     

     

     

     

    20

    CMO Peren

    03839

    267246

     

     

    21

    M.S. Peren

    03839

    268600

     

     

    22

    CMO Kiphire

    03863

    225577

     

     

    23

    M.S Kiphire

    03863

    225561

     

     

    24

    CMO Longleng

     

     

     

     

    25

    M.S. Longleng

     

     

     

     

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Manual-XVII

  1. SUCH OTHER INFORMATION AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED AND THEREAFTER UPDATED EVERY YEAR
  2. Related to seeking Information

Sl. No

Application Form

Fee

How to write a precise information request

Right procedure to appeal of citizen in case of denial of information

1.

As prescribed by RTI Act

As prescribed by RTI Act

 

 

  1. Related to Training

Sl. No

Name of Training Program

Time Period of training

Level of Participation

Objectives

Contents in Brief

Name/ Address of Course Director & Coordinator

1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Related to Issue of Certificate/ License

Sl. No

Name & Description of Certificate

Eligibility for Applying

Contact Information for Applying

Application fee (if any)

Procedure for Applying

Normal time taken for issuance of certificate

1.

Drugs License

Registered Pharmacist

 Drugs  Control Cell DHFW

3000 Challan / 100 form

To be inspected by Drugs Inspector

Annually

 

 

 

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