Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to  Information Act 2005

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING - EVALUATION

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    (ii) The powers and duties of its officers and employees.Click here

    (iii) The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability;Click here

    (iv) The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions;Click here

    (v) The rules, regulations, instructions, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions;Click here

    (vi) a statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control; Click here

    (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; Click here

    (viii) a statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public; Click here

    (ix) a directory of its officers and employees; Click here

    (x) the monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations. Click here

    (xi) the budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made; Click here

    (xii) the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes; Click here

    (xiii) particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorisations granted by it; Click here

    (xiv) details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form; Click here

    (xv)  the particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use; Click here

    (xvi) the names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers; Click here

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EVALUATION DEPARTMENT  

 

Manual -I

The particulars of its organisation, functions and duties

Profile of the Directorate: 

1.1.    Set-up on 14th October 1968 as an evaluation and monitoring unit, the Evaluation Unit is a full fledged Directorate functioning under the administrative control of the Planning & Co-ordination Department, with    District Evaluation Offices in Kohima, Mokokchung, Mon, Phek, Tuensang, Wokha, Zunheboto and Dimapur districts. The Directorate Office is located at A.G, Road, Kohima.

1.2       Realizing the  importance of Evaluation Studies in the planning process, the Cabinet  accorded  approval for creation of a  District  Evaluation Office at Dimapur with a staff strength of 8(eight) employees. Accordingly, the District Evaluation Office, Dimapur was established and inaugurated on 21.06.2007 by the Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur.

1.         ORGANISATION, FUNCTION AND DUTIES:

The Department is headed by an ex- officio Director. Till 2001, the ex-officio Director was the Development Commissioner. Since then, the Officer on Special Duty, Planning & Co-ordination Department has been functioning as the ex- officio Director of the Department.

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 2. FUNCTION AND DUTIES INCLUDES RESPONSIBILITIES OF OFFICERS IN BOTH STATE LEVEL STUDIES AND DISTRICT LEVEL STUDIES AS BRIEF DIAGRAM OVERLEAF

1.       The main functions of the Evaluation Directorate is to undertake independent unbiased Evaluation studies of the various schemes/ intervention programmes of the Government and to suggest ways and means to bring about improvement in their formulation and execution. Through the two aspects (i) retrospective- assessment of the achievements of the programmes and (ii) prospective - what should be done to improve the programmes and through cost benefits analysis the Evaluation studies aid decision making and provide insight into the programmes. The function of the Department is to make recommendation to the Government through its reports to aid the planning process.
2.       The independent state level studies are carried out after obtaining approval of Steering Committee. In addition the District Evaluation Offices conduct district specific studies as per the requirement of the respective District Planning and Development Board (DPDB ) and as may be entrusted by the Departments. The studies are carried out after obtaining the approval of DPDB.
3.       A total of 55 Evaluation studies/ reports have been published by the Department of Evaluation Directorate so far.

 

Manual – II

(II) Powers and duties of the Officers and employees:

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Manual-III

                        Procedure followed in decision making.

1.       The Directorate of Evaluation functions under the administrative control of the Planning & Co-ordination Department. All the major decisions, appointments, allocation of budget, sanction, promotion etc are made with the approval of the administrative Department. After formulation of the plan proposal at the Directorate level the same is forwarded to the Planning & Co-ordination Department for approval. Decision pertaining to Evaluation studies is taken with the approval of the Steering Committee which consists of:
i) Development Commissioner                           : Chairman
ii) Secretary Finance Department                      : Member
iii) Joint Secretary P & AR Department               : Member
iv) Vigilance Commissioner                                         : Member
v.) Principal/Commissioner & Secy /Secy            : Co-opted Member
and Head of the Department whose
Scheme/report is under study.
vi) OSD, Planning                                             : Member
vii) Joint Director/Director of Evaluation             : Member Secretary.
2.       The Steering Committee decides the schemes for which Evaluation studies are to be undertaken and guide/directs the Directorate on the approach, methodology etc to be adopted for the study. On completion of the study the Committee scrutinizes and approves the reports before publication. The committee also assesses the follow up action taken by the Government as suggested/ recommended in the Evaluation reports.
3.       At the Directorate level all decisions pertaining to service matters of the employees under the establishment of the Evaluation Directorate, all administrative matters, research/ technical works and financial matters are taken with the approval of the Director.
4.       The Director / Additional Director supervise all activities in the Department. All files, proposals over technical/research work and establishments / administrative matters are routed through him.
5.       The Additional Director/ Joint Director is the designated DDO. Hence all financial matters, sanction and drawal of funds are under her preview. She also supervises/guides assigned the technical work of technical staff as well as establishment matters.
6.       Deputy Director/Assistant Directors formulates the action plan for the Evaluation studies to be undertaken. The officers are responsible for writing the draft report as per the
data collected by the field officers and inspectors. Chalking out the calendar of training programmes for the officers and staff of the Department is also the responsibility of the Assistant Directors. The officer has the prerogative to decide the kind of training, the subject etc to be imparted. The maintenance and the updation of the Library is also the responsibility of Assistant Directors.
7.       Evaluation officers are the base officers for proposing studies to be taken up. They are responsible for framing the schedule and leading the team to conduct the survey. On completion of the field work, the submission of the draft report is also the responsibility of the Evaluation Officer. As head of the district office, all establishment and administrative matters in the district are dealt by the DEO.
8.       Sub-Inspectors are responsible for tabulation and compilation and analysis of data.

 

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Manual-IV

THE NORMS SET BY IT FOR DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS .

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Manual-V

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

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Manual-VI

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

EVALUATION STUDIES COMPLETED & PUBLISHEDAND AVAILABLE ON WEBSITE


Publication No

Name of the Studies

Year of Publication

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Custodian of the documents

Contact No

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1

Current Evaluation Report of Khandsari Sugar Project, Dimapur, and Sugarcane Development Programme in the State.

1973

Pub1.pdf

1.Paunamheing,Evaluation Officer

 

    9436000968

2

Evaluation Report on the Impact of Block Programme in Nagaland

1975

Pub2.pdf

2. Smt.Toshimenla, Inspector, Directorate

9862031534

3

Report on Evaluation Study of Medium Sized Farm at Merapani

1975

Pub3.pdf

 

 

4

Report on Evaluation Study of Changki Valley Fruit Preservation & Canning Factory.

1976

Pub4.pdf

 

 

5

Snap Evaluation Report on Key Village Scheme in Nagaland

1976

Pub5.pdf

 

 

6

Evaluation Report on Government Sales Emporia in Nagaland

1979

Pub6.pdf

 

 

7

Evaluation Report on Primary Health Centres in Nagaland

1980

Pub7.pdf

 

 

8

Evaluation Report on Industrial Estate at Dimapur.

1986

Pub8.pdf

 

 

9

Evaluation Report on Elementary Education in Nagaland.

1986

Pub9.pdf

 

 

10

Evaluation Report on Rural Water Supply in Nagaland

1983

Pub10.pdf

 

 

11

Evaluation Report on Integrated Rural Development Programme.

1986

Pub11.pdf

 

 

12

Evaluation Report on Government Workshop Organization in Nagaland.

1986

Pub12.pdf

 

 

14

Evaluation Report on Village Development Boards in Phek District.

1986

Pub14.pdf

 

 

 

16

Evaluation Report on Piggery Breeding Farms in Nagaland

1989

Pub16.pdf

 

 

 

17

Evaluation Report on Integrated Rural Development Programme in Zunheboto District

1989

Pub17.pdf

 

 

18

Evaluation Report on Integrated Rural Development Programme in Phek District

1992

Pub18.pdf

 

 

19

A Quick Evaluation Report on TRYSEM in Mokokchung District.

1992

Pub19.pdf

 

 

20

Evaluation Report on Village Developments Boards Programmme in Wokha District

1992

Pub20.pdf

 

 

21

Evaluation Report on Village Development Boards Programmme  in Kohima District

1992

Pub21.pdf

 

 

22

Evaluation Report on Integrated Child Development Scheme in Nagaland

1991

Pub22.pdf

 

 

23

Evaluation Report on IRDP in Tuensang District

1992

Pub23.pdf

 

 

24

Evaluation Report on Coffee Plantation Scheme in Phek District.

1992

Pub24.pdf

 

 

25

Evaluation Report on Primary Health Centres in Phek District.

1992

Pub25.pdf

 

 

26

Evaluation Report on Doyang Hydro Electric Project in Wokha District.

1993

Pub26.pdf

 

 

27

Evaluation Report on Wazeho Mini Cement Plant in Phek District.

1996

Pub27.pdf

 

 

28

Evaluation Report on Village Development Boards Programme in Mokokchung District.

1996

Pub28.pdf

 

 

29

Evaluation Report on Schools in Phek Town.

1995

Pub29.pdf

 

 

30

Evaluation Report on Referral Hospital at Dimapur.

1996

Pub30.pdf

 

 

31

A Quick Concurrent Evaluation Study Report on Likimro Hydro Electric Project.

1998

Pub31.pdf

 

 

32

Evaluation Report on Fair Price Shops in Zunheboto District.

1996

Pub32.pdf

 

 

33

Evaluation Report on Nutrition Programme in Phek District.

1996

Pub33.pdf

 

 

34

Evaluation Report on Survey on Rural Savings and its Utilization Mon District.

1999

Pub34.pdf

 

 

35

A Quick Evaluation Study Report on Soil and Water Conservation Programme in Zunheboto District.

1997

Pub35.pdf

 

 

36

Evaluation Study Report on Immunization of Children Programme in Nagaland.

2000

Pub36.pdf

 

 

37

Evaluation Study Report on Sericulture Development Programme in Zunheboto District.

1997

Pub37.pdf

 

 

38

Snap Evaluation Report on Indira Gandhi Stadium Complex at Kohima.

1998

Pub38.pdf

 

 

39

Evaluation Report on Horticulture Research Farm at Pfutsero.

1998

Pub39.pdf

 

 

40

Impact Evaluation Report on Family Health Awareness Programme in Nagaland.

1999

Pub40.pdf

 

 

41

Evaluation Report on Regional Rabbit Breeding Production Farm in Nagaland.

2000

Pub41.pdf

 

 

42

Evaluation Report on Horticulture Development in Wokha.

2000

Pub42.pdf

 

 

43

Compendium of Evaluation Studies conducted by Directorate of Evaluation (1970-2000)

2001

Pub43.pdf

 

 

44

Review of Evaluation Studies and Methodology followed by Nagaland State Evaluation Organization

2001

Pub44.pdf

 

 

45

Evaluation Report on Augmentation of Water Supply Scheme to Dimapur Town by Pumping System

2001

Pub45.pdf

 

 

46

Report on Sample Survey to Study Community participation in Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Programme in Dimapur District Nagaland

2001

Pub46.pdf

 

 

50

Evaluation Report on Registration of Birth and Deaths in Nagaland

2003

Pub50.pdf

 

 

51

Evaluation Report on Implementation of Swaran Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY) in Nagaland

2003

Pub51.pdf

 

 

52

Evaluation Study “On Employment  Opportunities Forgone by Nagas and Employment of Non- Nagas in the State”

2007

Pub52.pdf

 

 

53

Cost of Engaging And Maintaining Government Employees

2008

Pub53.pdf

 

 

54

Review Study on Changki Valley Fruit Preservation and Canning Factory

2009

Pub54.pdf

 

 

55

An Impact Evaluation Study of Communitisation in the Health Sector

2009

Study Report

 

 

56

Evaluation study on Old Age Pension in Peren District

2012

Study Report

 

 

57

Evaluation study on NST in Phek District

2013

Study Report

 

 


Manual-VII

(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:

Nil

 

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 advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public:

 Procedure followed and accountability.

The Directorate of Evaluation functions under the administrative control of the Planning & Co-ordination Department. All Steering Committee comprising of the following members decides the schemes of the Evaluation studies to be undertaken by the Directorate.
i) Development Commissioner                           : Chairman
ii) Secretary Finance Department                      : Member
iii) Joint Secretary P & AR Department               : Member
iv) Vigilance Commissioner                                         : Member
v.) Principal/Commissioner & Secy/Secy            : Co-opted Member
and Head of the Department whose
Scheme/report is under study.
vi) OSD, Planning                                             : Member
vii) Additional Director /Director of Evaluation              : Member Secretary.

 

Manual-IX

IX. DIRECTORY OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES:

 

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X) THE MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OF ITS OFFICERS AND STAFFS EMPLOYEES INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN ITS REGULATIONS:

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XI) THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS PROPOSED EXPENDITURE AND REPORT DISBURSEMENT MADE:

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XII) THE MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES INCLUDING THE AMOUNT ALLOCATED AND THE DETAIL OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES:

The Evaluation department does not implement any such programme.

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XIII) PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSION, PERMIT OR AUTHORISATION GRANTED BY IT:

NIL –

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XIV) DETAILS IN RESPECT OF THE INFORMATION, AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY IT, REDUCE IN AN ELECTRONIC FORM:

 1. Directorate of Evaluation below A.G. Office, Kohima, Nagaland.
2. Website/Notice board/Advertisement.
3. Working hour of the faculty from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
4. E-Mail ID- Direvl_ngl@nic.in.

 

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XV) PARTICULARS OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION INCLUDING THE WORKING HOURS OF A LIBRARY OR READING ROOM IF MAINTAIN FOR PUBLIC USE:

At present no such facility exist for the public. However with creation and uploading of the Department’s website, all reports published by the Department will be available in public domain.

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XVI) THE NAMES AND DESIGNATION AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS:

 

Name and Designation of the designated Officer

Contact No.

APPELLATE AUTHORITY

Smt.Kevileno Angami, Ex- officio Director

9436063516

DIRECTORATE LEVEL

1

Directorate of Evaluation

Public Information Officer Shri.Shinito Sema, Additional Director

9436243219

2

 

Assistant Public Information Officer: Joint Director, Shri.I.Sentinuklu Jamir

9436655191

DISTRICT LEVEL

1

Kohima District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Shri.Veshietso Kotso

9436810664

2

APIO Inspector Smti.Nukshijungla

9856535347

1

Zunheboto District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Shri.G.Hekuto Sema

9436010902

2

APIO Inspector Shri.Sukheamew Yimchunger

9436000968

1

Mokokchung District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Smti.Watisangla

8974324527

2

APIO Inspector Shri.Imkongmeren

9856511066

1

Phek District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Shri.Paunamheing

9436000968

2

APIO Inspector Shri. Zulhunu

9402820720

1

Wokha District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Shri. Renchamo

9862134939

2

APIO Inspector Shri.Namti Newmai

9612927387

1

Tuensang District

PIO District Evaluation Officer  Shri.Shellem

8132039124

2

APIO Inspector Y.Tsathrongse

9612605482

1

Mon District

PIO Inspector Shri. Shenwang Konyak

9612669522

2

APIO Inspector Shri. Lokhumtanso

9856792494

1

Dimapur District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Shri. H.R Epao

9436063974

2

APIO Inspector Smti.Setsovinuo Solo

 

9436001683

1

Kiphire District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Shri.Emkong Tonger

8974918438

2

APIO Inspector Shri.Khoheshe Jakha

9402434360

1

Longleng District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Shri.Anden Moklong

8415069031

2

APIO Inspector Shri.Temsuyanger Longkumer

9863459034

1

Peren District

PIO District Evaluation Officer Shri.Erangnimbe Thou

9612257151

2

APIO Inspector  Shri.Khehoshe Shohe

9436267151

 

 


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XIV) SUCH OTHER INFORMATION AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED:

1.CITIZEN’S CHARTER OF THE PUBLIC AUTHORITY.

Not Applicable.

2. GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL MECHANISM

          Not Applicable.

3. DETAILS OF APPLICATION RECEIVED AND RESPONSES GIVEN UNDER RTI ACT, 2005.

Received one (1) and furnished one (1)

4. LIST OF COMPLETED SCHEMES/PROJECTS/PROGRAMMES.

Not Applicable.

5. LIST OF ALL CONTRACT ENTERED INTO INCLUDING NAME OF THE CONTRACTOR, AMOUNT OF CONTRACT AND PERIOD OF COMPLETION OF CONTRACT.

 

(i).      Construction of retaining wall for Directorate office building has completed and construction of New Directorate office building near the Nagaland Civil Secretariat is initiated under Special Plan Assistant (Name of Contractor –M/S Oriental Agency, Work order NO.E.E/PLN-54/2013 dated 6th February 2015. Amount- Rs.4,98,53000.00. Work in progress.
 (ii).    Construction of District Evaluation Office Building at Longleng completed, under Special Plan Assistance. Name of Contractor- M/S.Limakum Phom Redg No.NPW/Class-1/937. Work order NO.EE/H-1/TB/TEN/E
VL/2014-15 dated 22nd May 2015. Amount Rs.72.73. Lakhs.
(iii).    Construction of District Evaluation Office Building at Tuensang nearing completion under Special Plan Assistance. Name of Contractor: M/S. K.Venuh, Redg No.Class-1/506. Work order No.
EE/H-1/TB/TEN/EVL/2016-17 dated 22nd May 2015. Amount Rs.72,76000/-
(iv).    Construction of chowkidar quarter at Dimapur in progress under state plan. Name of the contractor M/s.Zutso and sons, Redg.No.N.P.W.Class-1/908, work order No.NO.EE/H-1/TB/TEN/EVL/2017-18 Dated 23rd March 2018. Amount Rs.5,98,230/-.
(v).     Additional works earth felling and C.C.pavement at flat type staff quarter for the department of Evaluation at Dimapur. Nmae of the contractor MS.zutso & sons Redg.No.N.P.W.Class-1/908, work order No. NO.EE/H-1/TB/TEN/EVL/2017-18 Dated 23rd April 2018. Amount Rs.16,27,166/-


 

 

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