Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to  Information Act 2005

HOME DEPARTMENT

DIRECTORATE OF PRISON

Nagaland : Kohima

Right to information and obligations of public authorities

Sec 4 (1)(b) of RTI Act 2005

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    PRISON DEPARTMENT

    Nagaland : Kohima

PARTICULARS OF THE ORGANISATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES.

INTRODUCTION

                       It was under the ‘British- Raj’ during the 1940’s that the Prison System was introduced in the State. The 1st Jail, ‘Kohima Jail’ was opened by the then British Government at ‘Old Jail Hill’, the present site of District Jail Kohima during the post World War-II.
                       Broadly speaking, the existence of Prisons in our society is an ancient phenomenon where anti-social elements were kept in a place indentified by the rulers to protect the society against crime. Prison was considered as a house of captives where prisoners were kept for retributory and deterrent punishment.
                       The aim of the society as expressed in its criminal law is to safeguard its own existence to maintain order and to make it possible for all citizens to lead a good life, free from molestation of others. The law enforcement agencies have been given the powers by the society to curtail the freedom of its citizens by taking them into custody in connection to their deviant conduct. Our prison system has been under the close scrutiny of judiciary since long, Prison being an institution primarily for persons remanded to judicial custody or sentenced to undergo jail sentence by the court only. District and Session Judges and the District Magistrate have been given responsibility to monitor on the prisoners management very closely and review it periodically under their jurisdiction, as the members of Board of Visitors prescribed in the Prison manual of state as well as government directives for Prison management. 
                        The Prison Department functions under the Home Department headed by the Addl. Chief secretary Home as Administrative Head of Department. Home Department takes up matter forwarded by the Prison Department in regard to recruitment of Officer. All correspondences with the Government, central and State are done through the Home Department.
                       The Prison Department is a small organization with a total strength of 866 (Eight hundred sixty six) employees. Yet, it is a very sensitive Department as it deals directly with human problems.
                       The Department of Prisons is Headed by a senior IPS officer in the rank of Director General of Police (Prison) assisted by various level of functionaries having 11 (eleven) Jails covering 10 (ten) Districts in the State with the largest Jail, Central Jail situated at Dimapur, 10 (ten) District Jails (Kohima, Mokokchung, Tuensang), with the up-gradation of 7 (seven) Sub-Jails to District Jails such as Dimapur, Phek, Peren, Kiphire, Zunheboto, Wokha, and Mon.
                       With advancement, Prison system has also changed. Today it is an institution where the inmates are given opportunity to reform and also to know how to earn livelihood with the introduction of Skill development Training like Culinary and food preparation,  handicraft, tailoring, tea plantation, gardening, music classes and recreation by giving facilities etc .Chapels are set up within the Jail Premises and church services are conducted. Baptisms were given, confessions were heard and praise and worship services were held regularly with the objective of justice and correction. Official visitors and various NGOs and churches are coming forward to extend help in taking up skill development projects to the inmates by  encouraging  and enlightening  the inmates to become a good citizen and socially valuable.
                       To achieve a certain effective measures of humanization of Prisons conditions and to put the treatment of offences on a scientific footing as the institution is an integral part of social defense component of the nation.  Thereafter, Prison Department endeavor on the   Prisoners reformation / rehabilitation by giving them appropriate correctional treatment but, it is unfortunate that infrastructural facilities in treatment process are yet to be developed to achieve in the field of correctional administration.

OBJECTIVE
                       To ensure smooth functioning of the Prison Department and management of matter relating to reformation. To equip the inmates with Skill Development Training so that they earn while inside the jail and live an economically independent life after release and that they remain an asset to the society not a liability to the family and society.
FUNCTIONS

  1. Requisitioning of Asstt. Jailor post to NPSC for recruitment in the executive cadre.
  2. Forwarding of proposal to Home Commissioner for promotion, transfer and posting of Gazetted Officers.
  3. Promotion, Transfer and posting of Gr. III and Gr. IV Staff.
  4. To appoint Gr. IV staff as and when vacancies arises.
  5. To take disciplinary action against erring employees.
  6. Court cases pertaining to writ petition in the department.
  7. Construction matters.
  8. Trainings.
  9. Creation of post.
  10. GPF, MR and MA.
  11. Expenditure, sanction of the department.
Budget.

 

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MANUAL-II 

Section 4(1)(b)(ii):

THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES:- 

  


Sl. No.

Designation

Cadre Strength

Responsibilities

1

Addl. Chief Secretary Home

1

In routine office work the final decision is taken by Addl. Chief Secy.  Home.

2

Secretary (Home)

1

The entire file is routed through Secretary and if any changes are to be made Secretary will send back the file with suggestions so that when the file reaches Home Commissioner the clear picture of the subject matter is projected.

3

Deputy    Secretary (Home)

1

All the files and daks go through the Deputy Secretary of the branch and after going through the files, Under Secretary will give the clear picture of the subject matter and will put up to higher authority for final decision. Under Secretary also recommended the Casual Leave and any other kind of leaves of the staffs. Files which are approved by Home Commissioner disposed off by the Under Secretary.

4

Director General of Prisons

1

The Director General of Prisons is the head of the department. He is responsible for overall administration and activities. Major policies of the Department are forwarded to the government.

 

5

Inspector General of Prisons

1 (Vacant)

Overall administration of the department assisting the DGP and maintenance of discipline and security.

6

Deputy Inspector General of Prisons

 

1

Overall administration of the department assisting the DGP and maintenance of discipline and security. He supervises all the activities for the smooth functioning of the department.

7

Assistant Inspector General of Prisons

1

Supervision of over all administration and programme.

8

Sr. Superintendent of Jail

 

Overall controlling and administration Officer of Jail and D.D.O of the establishment under Central Jail Dimapur.

9

Superintendent of Jail(HQ)

 

1

Superintendent of Jail (HQ) supervise and co-ordinate between the department and various jails. He looks after the establishment and screening and analyzing the files before putting up to higher authority.

10

Superintendent of Jails

 

7

Superintendent of Jails is overall in-charge of his respective Jail. He is responsible for safe custody of inmates and shall manage the Prison in all matters relating to discipline, expenditure, punishment and control of the employees and the prisoners. All officers must observe proper chain of command.

11

Deputy Superintendent of  Jail

 

4

The Dy. Superintendent assists the Superintendent by seeing the Jail administration.

12

Jailor

8

Jailor is the Chief Executive Officer of the Jail. He is responsible for safe custody of the inmates and ensures that proper disciplines are maintained.

13

Asstt. Jailor

 

20

Assistant Jailor shall perform any duty subject to the order of the Superintendent and the Jailor.

14

Chief Head Warder

 

 

4

Chief Head Warder is responsible for enforcement of strict discipline and security of the jail in all respect. All locks and keys of the prisoner’s cells and kitchen are kept under his custody. He also looks after duty detailment of Head Warders, Warders, Female Warders, Sweepers and water carrier and maintains the records of such duties. Chief Head Warder is assisted by Head Warder.

15

Head Warder

 

53

The Head Warder shall be in-charge of all the warders in duty in its particular shift. He shall be responsible for the smartness and cleanliness of the warder and their being at all times and also see that the warders are properly dressed and performing their duties efficiently.

16

Warder

 

   629

Warder is in charge of a ward or set of wards to see that the prisoners maintain cleanliness and also to examine the wards, cells of the prisoners and to report immediately to the Jailor of any sign of sickness or any prisoners complaining sickness.

17

Female Warder

 

213

The female warder shall have the entire care of the female prisoners. She should be present at the opening of the female wards and during lock-up and also to see that no male prisoners enter the female wards unless accompanied by an authorized jail officers.

18

Deputy Director Prison Welfare

 

1

He is responsible for the welfare activities of the prisoners. He is also responsible and to ensure that facilities such as health care, medicines, sports goods and vocational activities are provided to the inmates.

19

 

Regional Probation Officer

 

 

1

Regional Probation Officer has to control, guide and supervise the work of probation in the area within his jurisdiction. He is responsible to co-ordinate between the court and prisoners. His prime duties are to have close contact with the prisoners and depending on their behavioral attitude can recommend for release of prisoners on parole.

20

Research Officer

 

 

1

Research Officer is responsible for the developmental activities of the department since the prison department do not have engineering wing of its own, he has to co-ordinate with the executive agency i.e. CAWD for preparation of schemes under Plan Sector and Centrally Sponsored Schemes. He has to ensure that the scheme formulated by government is implemented.

21

Medical Officer
(Part-time appointment)

6 (fixed)

A Medical Officer looks after the health of the prisoners and to take care of sanitary administration.

22

Pharmacist

4

To assist the Medical Officer.

23

Accounts Officer

 

1

Deputation from Treasuries & Accounts He maintains all records relating to the budget allocation and expenses of the Department. A.O is responsible to monitor expenditure of the department and he is also the financial advisor of the department.

24

Accountant

 

1 (UDA Cum Accountant)

Maintenance of A/Roll Bill, Register and Preparation of all Pay Bills and Disbursing of Salaries.

25

 

Registrar

 

       1

He maintains all records and files of the Office. He shall supervise and guide the duties of all the ministerial staff under him. He may also carry out other duties assigned by the DGP.

26

 

Office Superintendent

 

       1

He shall assist the Registrar for the smooth functioning of the Office and may carry out other duties assigned by the Registrar.

27

Legal Officer

1

Assist and advice the department on subjects related to legal and court cases

28

Assistant Superintendent

           2

To assist the office superintendent.

29

 Head Assistant

3

Overall incharge of Clerical work.

30

U.D.A

          10

Examine and process the allocated works.

31

LDA

 

21

Examine and process the allocated works and receipt and dispatch.

32

Stenographer

          1

Act as private assistant with DGP.

33

Typist

1

Typing of documents.

34

Peon

          16

Carrying of files and running of daks.

35

Chowkidar

           1

Timely opening and closing of office.

36

Sweeper

20

Cleaning of toilets, office rooms, corridors and other open areas of the office complex.

37

Driver

10

He drives the office vehicles.

38

Handyman

2

To help the driver.

39

Barber

 

7

To cut hair of the staffs and prisoners.

40

Water carrier

30

To fetch water of the prisoners

41

Daftry

           1

To look after duplicating machine works

42

Electrician

1

To look after electricity.

43

Music Instructor

1

Music instructor for the prisoners.

44

Carpentry Instructor

1

To impart carpentry training to the prisoners.

45

Tailoring Instructor

1

To impart tailoring training to the prisoners.

46

Chaplain

9

To have counseling and prayer fellowship within the jail.

47

Contingency/fixed pay

37

Serving as Gr.IV staff to assist the office


 

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MANUAL-III

Section4 (1)(b)(iii):

THE PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESSES, INCLUDING CHANNEL OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY.

The department has its Head Quarter at Kohima (Prisons HQ) headed by D.G.P. The Decision making in respect of prisons department is vested with the D.G.P. All the papers relating to establishment matters are generally processed initially at the level of L.D.A., U.D.A. who put up file to the Asstt. Superintendent and Superintendent. The Superintendent sends up the file after scrutinizing the matter to  A.I.G, D.I.G and I.G.P. In all cases   service matters are put up  to D.G.P. for approval or further order . No Officers is authorized to take arbitrary decision of his own in all matters.
          Besides the Directorate of prison the deptt have two types of jails such as, Central Jail, District Jail . These two sub-offices are headed by Superintendent within the respective jails.
          The D.G.P. (Prison) supervises the over all administration programmes and policies.
          The officers and staff of the prison department are accountable for timely disposal of works assigned to them.

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Section4 (1)(b)(iv):

THE NORMS SET BY IT FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS:-    

Directorate of Prison, Government of Nagaland does not have separate Jail Manual. Therefore, Nagaland Jails follows the analogy of Assam Jail Manual basing on the legal powers and responsibilities as empowered to Prison Act. The various norms to discharge various functions at different levels are spelt out in detail by the Assam Jail Manual for various ranks from Warder to DGP which is followed by the department. Besides these, norms for discharge for functions, responsibilities and powers are governed by various government rules and regulations, notifications, Act etc while discharging official and lawful functions, officers should ensure that their decisions and actions are not in contravention to the government servant conduct rules and legal functions.

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Section4 (1)(b)(v):

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

The Service Rule of Prison Department had been approved by the State Government and is used with immediate effect.
   The department follows the following Rules, regulations, Instructions and Manuals.

  1. Nagaland Jails follows the analogy of Assam Jail Manual.
  2. Nagaland Financial Rules.
  3. Delegation of Financial and Cognate Power Rules.
  4. Leave Rules.
  5. GPF Rules.
  6. Nagaland Government Servant Conduct Rules.
  7. Nagaland (Discipline & Appeal) Rules, 1967.
  8. Fundamental Rules & Supplementary Rules.
  9. General Financial Rules
  10. Procedure for Departmental enquiry
  11. Pension Rules
  12. Nagaland Assured Career Progress guidelines
  13. Nagaland probation of Offenders Rules, 1980
  14. Bureaus of Police research and development ministry of Home Affairs Government      of India.

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Section4 (1)(b)(vi):

A STATEMENT OF THE CATEGORIES OF THE DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL:-

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Name/ Nature category of documents

Name of documents

Held by/ under control of

 

1

 

Confidential files

ACRs, Departmental enquiries, suspension and disciplinary proceedings

 

DGP/IGP/DIG

 

 

2

 

 

 

Establishment files

Appointment/promotion and transfer  of prison cadre officers and staff, incumbency list of employees, conformation of staff, continuation of temporary post, personnel file of employees etc.

 

 

Asstt.Supdt/ UDA/LDA

 

3

 

Accounts Branch

Accounts/audit and budget, monthly expenditure, RRT, pension/GIS/GPF, MR, TA/DA, loan.

 

AO/UDA/Accountant

4

Attendance files

Attendance register

Office Supdt.

5

Receipt and dispatch

Receipt and dispatch

LDA

 

6

 

Matter relating to Prisoners

Escape of Prisoners,  treatment of sick prisoners, transfer of prisoners, remission, prisoners statistics, NHRC, NSA Lok Sabha/Raja Sabha etc.

 

RPO/Asstt. Jailor LDA

7

Dietary and Material supply

Purchase of Uniform and Dead Stock, Dietary and Allied articles, Ration Tender, Rice Handing Agent etc.

Asstt. Supdt/UDA

8

Planning & Modernization of Jails

The developmental activities.

Research Officer/UDA

9

Legal Branch

Encroachment of jail land, motor accident cases, court cases relating to employees/ prisoners etc.

 

RPO/LO/Asstt. Jailor

10.

Correction & Reformation

Reformatory measures , Rehabilitation of prisoners .

Dy.D.P.W/RPO

 

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Section4 (1)(b)(vii):

THE PARTICULARS OF ANY ARRANGEMENT THAT EXISTS FOR CONSULATION WITH OR REPRESENTATION BY, THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF;

Preparation of schemes for State Plan and Centrally Sponsored Schemes on need base prioritizing security aspect first, secondly other infrastructural in consultation with the executing agency.

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Section4 (1)(b)(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 MEETINGS OF THOSE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES, AND OTHER BODIES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, OR THE MINUTE OF SUCH MEETING ARE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC;

The various Board constituted under the Prison Department is as follows: -


 

A

Purchase Board consist of the following

Purpose

 

 

a
b
c
d
e
f

Home Commissioner/Secretary Home - Chairman
Representative Finance                        - Member
Representative Supply                         - Member
Representative Law                             - Member
I.G.P./D.I.G.                                         – Member
D.G. Prisons                                         - Member Secy.

For selection of ration tenders for supply of dietary & allied Articles  and clothing.

 

 

 

B

Composition of the State sentence Review Broad

 

 

A
 b
   c
   d

  e

Minister Jail                                                            - Chairman
Home Commissioner                                           - Member
Secretary Law(Legal Remcumbrancer)             - Member                                        
A District & Session Judge nominated
 by the High Court                                                 -Member
A Senior Police Officer nominated by
 the D.G (Police) not below the rank of IG      - Member.

For Pre-Mature release of Prisoners.

 

 

  C

District Review Committee to quarterly review cases of convicted under trail Prisoners.

 

1
2

3
4
5

Deputy Commissioner of the District                      - Chairman.
PublicProsecutor/Addl.Public-ProsecutorASH.   – Member                                                                                            
Public Prosecutor of the District.                        -  Member
Superintendent of Police of the District            - Member
Superintendent of District/ Sub-Jail
of the District Jails                                                -   Convener

Who has been Detained more than 6(six) months and recommended withdrawal of such
Cases and who have been unduly detain for long petty cases.

D

Committee for mentally ill Prisoners.

 

1
2
3
4
5

6

TDP, Vigilance Commissioner, Nagaland, Kohima. - Chairman.
IG (Prison), Nagaland, Kohima.                                 – Member.
Additional Director, SS & W Department.                – “
Medical Officer, Mental Hospital, Kohima.                - “
All Additional Deputy Commissioner .                       - “
(Co-opt. member of respective districts)
All Superintendent of Police (By designation)           - “

To monitor cases of mentally ill persons lodged in prisons in the State for their treatment and rehabilitation.

E

Board of visitors

 

1.
2
3
4
5
6.
7.

Deputy commissioner                                                 - chairman
District Session Judge                                                 - Member
Dy. Commissioner of Police/ Supdt. of Police.      – Member
SDO ( C )                                                                       - member
Superinte4ndent of Jails                                          - Member
Chief Medical officer of District                            - Member
NGOs                                                                         - member

Monitoring the correctional works in the prison.
Suggesting new avenues leading to improvement in correctional works.
Going into individual or collective grievances of prisioner and providing redressal  in consultation with the prison authorities.

F

Under trial Review Committee

 To take up matters for

1
2.
3

Deputy commissioner of District
District session judge.
Superintendent of Police of district

  1. Us.436 & 436A crpc.
  2. UTPs who have been grated bail but not released.
  3. Cases of compoundable offences of UTPs
  4. UTPs become eligible to be released on bail US 167(2) (I) and 2 of the code read with section 36 A of the narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances act, 1985( where persons accused of section 19 or Section 24 or Section 27 A or for offences involving commercial quantity) and where investigation is not completed in 60/90/180 days.
  5. UTPs who are impresioner for offences which carry a maximum punishment of 2 yrs.
  6. UTPs who are detained under chapter 8 of the Crpc that is US 107,108,109 and 151 of crpc.
  7. UTPs who are sick or infirmed and require specialist medical treatment .
  8. UTPs who are first time male offenders .

 

     

 

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Section4 (1)(b)(ix)

A DIRECTORY OF ITS OFFICER AND EMPLOYEES;

 

       

Sl.no

Name

Designation

Place of Posting

Phone No.

1.

I Toshitsungba Aier  IPS

D.G.Prisons

Prison HQ

0370- 2221378

2.

L. Thungdemo Lotha

D.I.G.Prisons

     -do-

9774811961

3.

Imtiangshi Ao

Asst. Inspector General of Prison

Central Jail, Dimapur

9402481978

4.

K. Niamba

R.P.O

     -do-

9436821025

5.

Renben Ngully

Sr.Accounts Officer

     -do-

7085178695

6.

C. Lwngnyei Konyak

R.O

     -do-

9436070731

7.

Duvil Rhetso

Registrar

     -do-

943800079

8.

T. Musho Lam

Office Supdt.

     -do-

9436000029

9.

Zasimenuo

Asstt.Supdt.

     -do-

8415840486

10.

T. Bendangsenla

Asstt.Supdt

     -do-

9615000290

11.

Ryilie Poiring

Legal Officer

     -do-

9856493132

12.

Motsuthung Yanthan

Supdtt. Of Jails

District jail, Kohima

9436433823

13.

Zuchamo Lotha

Supdtt. Of Jails

District Jail,Mokokchung

9402866189

14.

K. Kushito Awomi

Supdtt. Of Jails

District Jail, Zbto

9856026613

15

K. Hamtok

Supdtt. Of Jails

District Jail,Tsg

9436012415

16.

Bangwao

 Dy.Supdtt. Of Jails

District Jail, Mon

9436606004

17.

Yanrenthung

Dy. Supdtt. Of Jails

District Jail, Wokha

9862300663

18.

Solezhol Neikha

Dy. Supdtt. Of Jails

District Jail,Phek

8974102113

19.

Nikaho

Dy. Suptd. Of Jails

District Jail, Dimapur

9436431228

20.

Aonochet

Dy. Supdt.of Jails

District Jail, Peren

878767744

21.

Sunny Keppen .

Jailor

District Jail, Kohima

9436003082

22.

Thriose

Jailor

District Jail, Tuensang

9862666439

23.

Imlinungba Longkumer.

Jailor

District Jail,Peren

8729998281

24.

L. Tsumang Khiam

Jailor

District Jail, Kiphere

9612233727

25

Dr. Oben Yanthan  

Jailor

Central Jail Dimapur

9402015981

26

 Yusufi Sharu

Jailor

District Jail Dimapur

9856973390

27

Jessica Mozuei

Jailor

District Jail Mokokchung

9774746635

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Section4 (1)(b)(x)

THE MONTHLY REMUNERATION ECEIVED BY EACH OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN EACH REGULATION.

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Section4 (1)(b)(xi)

THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES AND REPORTS DISBURSEMENT MADE;

Sl. No.

Particulars

BE 17-18

RE 17-18

1.

Salary

3471.97

3591.76

2.

Wages

25.56

25.56

3.

Travel Expenses

25.00

30.00

4.

Office Expenses

22.00

27.00

5.

Motor Vehicles

28.00

102.00

6.

Rent, Rates & Taxes

12.00

20.00

7.

Maintenance

75.00

130.00

8.

Materials & Supply a) Normal
                                    b) Jail Manufacture

43.50
3.00

43.50
8.00

9.

Cost of Ration

234.0

234.00

10.

Other Charges a) Welfare of Prison
                           b) Medicines
                           c) Others

5.00
3.00

10.00
7.00

11.

Professional & Spl Services

0.30

0.30

12.

Training

12.00

12.00

13.

Clothing & Tentage

35.00

35.00

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Total

3995.33

4276.12

 
Plan


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Head of Account

BE

RE

1

4059- Capital outlay

 

 

2

4060 – Other building

 

 

3

4051- Construction

 

 

4.

4001- Works under Jails

 

 

5.

3013- Major works

167.00

 

 

 

 

Section4 (1)(b)(xii):

THE MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES, INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND THE DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES;

Nil

 

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Section4 (1)(b)(xiii):

PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSION, PERMITS OR UTILISATION GRANTED BY IT:-

Nil

 

Section4 (1)(b)(xiv):

DETAILS IN RESPECT OF THE INFORMATION, AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY IT, REDUCED THE ELECTRONIC FORM;


         
Nil

 

 

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Section4 (1)(b)(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;

 

Nil

 

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Section4 (1)(b)(xvi):

THE NAMES, DESIGNATION AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS.

 

Sl.no

AA/PIO/APIO

Name & Designation

Place of Posting

Phone No.

1

Appellate Authority

I Toshitsungba aier  IPS
Director General of Prison

Prison HQ
Kohima

0370-2221378
9436005935

2.

Public Information Officer

L.Thungdemo Lotha
Dy.I.G Prisons.

Prison HQ

9774811961

3

Asst.Public Information Officer

T.Bendangsenla, Asstt. Superintendent

Prison HQ

9615000290
8974940367

4

Public Information Officer

Imtiangshi Ao  
Sr. Supdt of Jails

Central Jail Dimapur

9402481978

5

Asst. Public Information Officer

Dr. Oben Yanthan.
Jailor

  - do -

9402015981

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Public Information Officer

C. Motsuthung Yanthan
Supdt. Of jails

District jail Kohima

7005814697

7

Asst.Public Information Officer

Sunny Keppen
Jailor

  - do -

9436003082

8

Public Information Officer

Zachamo
Suptd. Of Jails

District Jail Mokokchung

9436641625

9

Asst.Public Information Officer

Smti Jessica Mouzui
Jailor

  - do -

8974532929

10

Public Information Officer

K. Hamtok Dy. Supdt

District jail Tuensang

9436012415

11

Asst. Public Information Officer

Thriose Sangtam
Jailor 

District Jail tuensang

986266439

12

Public Information
Officer

Nikaho  Yeptho
Dy. Suptd. Of Jails

District Jail Dimapur

9436431228

13

Asst. Public Information Officer

Mhasele
Jailor

District Jail Dimapur

7005621827

14

Public Information Officer

K.K Awomi
Supdt. Of Jails.

District Jail Zunheboto

9856026613

15

Asst. Public Information Officer

Jinithung Lotha 
Asst.Jailor

District Jail Zunheboto

7005718032

16

Public Information Officer

B.Yarenthung  Kikon, Dy. Supdt of Jails

District Jail Wokha

8962300663

17

Asst.Public Information Officer

Mhademo Kithan
Asst. Jailor

   - do -

7640864521

18

Public Information Officer

H. Bangwao  Konyak 
Supdt. Of Jail

District Jail Mon

9436606004

19

Asst. Public Information Officer

Thriose
Jailor

  - do -

9862666439

20

Public Information Officer

Aonochet

District Jail Peren

8413031230

21

Asst. Public Information Officer

L.Imlinungba Lkr

District Jail Peren

8729998281

22

Public Information Officer

Solezhol Nikha
Supdt. OF Jails                                                  

District jail Phek

8974102113

23

Asst. Public Information Officer

Dozhoyi Cukhamu

District jail Phek

9774420102

24

Public Information Officer

L.Tsumang Khiam  Jailor

District Jail Kiphire

9612233727

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manual-XVII

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Section4 (1)(b)(xvii)SUCH OTHER INFORMATION AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED AND THEREAFTER UPDATE THESE PUBLICATION EVERY YEAR

None

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