Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to  Information Act 2005                                  

Urban Development Department    

Nagaland: Kohima

 

Right to information and obligations of public authorities

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

    (i) The particulars of its organisation, functions and duties. Click here

    (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

    (xvii) such other information as may be prescribed; and thereafter update these publications every year; Click here

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URBAN DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT   

i)            Particulars of the organization, functions and duties

Name of the Organization:
The Urban Development Department is headed by Director with its head office at Kohima which was initially established in 1967 as Town & Country Planning Organization and became a full-fledged Department under the nomenclature of “Office of the Chief Town Planner” in 1983. Subsequently it was renamed as Urban Development in 2008.
The Secretary, Urban Development is the administrative head of the department.
The Department has district unit offices as follows:                          

  1. Dimapur: Office of the Urban Development Officer
  2. Mokokchung: Office of the Urban Development Officer.
  3. Tuensang: Office of the Assistant. Urban Development Officer.
  4. Mon: Office of the Urban Development Officer.
  5. Wokha: Office of the Assistant Urban Development Officer.
  6. Phek: Office of the Assistant Urban Development Officer
  7. Zunheboto: Office of the Assistant Urban Development Officer

Although some Departmental activities have already been extended to the 3-newly created districts, the department is yet to open its offices in these new districts. As a temporary arrangement, Kiphire district is being looked after by an Assistant Urban Development Officer Tuensang, Longleng by Urban Development Officer, Mokokchung and Peren is looked after by Assistant Urban Development Officer, Dimapur. Proposal is under submission to the Government for creation of new posts to enable the department for posting to these new districts.

Location of the Office:
The Office of the Director is presently located in the New Capital Complex Area. The present office can be reached by local taxi as well as city buses. The Departmental bus is used for picking and dropping the staff.

Address:
Directorate of Urban Development
Nagaland: Kohima
(Near New Secretariat)
Kohima: 797004
Ph: (0370)2270175

 

Office Timings:
Summer: 9.30 A.M to 4.30 P.M
Winter: 9: A.M to 4.00 P.M
(There is no public interview on every Wednesday of the week)

Vision of the Department:
The Vision of the Urban Development Department is to bring about Planned Development of Towns in Nagaland by way of implementing the Master Plan, Development Plans and other related projects and schemes.

Functions and Duties:
As enshrined in the Nagaland Town and Country Planning Act 1966, the primary function of the Department is preparation of Master Plan and Development Plans for development of urban areas of the state. Accordingly, the Department has prepared Master Plan for all the district headquarters of the State (Except Longleng & Peren) including the   New capital Complex. However, most of these Master Plans are in the process of revision. The Department also performs the following functions:-

  1. Implementation of Centrally sponsored schemes under 10% lump sum provision for the North-East States.
  2. Implementation of National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM) which is a Centrally Sponsored scheme for Urban Poverty Alleviation which is implemented in the ratio 90:10 between the Central and the State government.
  3. Nodal Department for Implementation of Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT)
  4. Nodal Department for Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small & Medium Towns (UIDSSMT) and Integrated Housing & Slum Development Programme (IHSDP).
  5. Implementation of Town Protection Scheme in the entire District Headquarters which is a State-sponsored scheme.
  6. Implementation of Urban Infrastructure Development schemes (UIDS).
  7. Nodal Department for Asian Development Bank (ADB) assisted project for the North-East capital towns.
  8. Implementation of Schemes under Systematic Infrastructure Development for Kohima.
  9. Provide assistance to Local Bodies and Development Authority of Nagaland.
  10. Swachh Bharat Mission.
  11. National Urban Information System (NUIS)
  12. Excepting the schemes mentioned above in Sl. No. II,VI,VII,IX,X & XII) schemes for 10% lump sum,Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme (UIDS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (UIDSSMT), and Integrated Housing & Slum Development Programme (IHSDP) , Town Protection Scheme, Urban Infrastructure Development scheme (UIDS)  and Systematic Infrastructure Development for Kohima are all executed by The Engineering Division headed by the Executive Engineer Urban Development works Division.

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ii)          The powers and duties of its officers and employees.

 

Urban Development Department (Secretariat):


Sl. No.

Name of the Officer

Designation

Powers and Duties

  1.  

Motsuthung Lotha

Commissioner & Secretary

Administrative Head of Urban Development Department

  1.  

I. Shanen Jamir

Additional Secretary

Urban Development Department

  1.  

Nesatuo Hesuh

Under Secretary

Urban Development Department

  1.  

Longerkaba

Section Officer

--do--

  1.  

Kewibamdi

Jr. Section Officer

--do--

  1.  

Lokhum Yimchunger

Secretariat Assistant

--do--

  1.  

Ngukato K

Secretariat Assistant

--do--

  1.  

Eliyio Lotha

LDA (R)

--do--

  1.  

Kenesie-ü

Typist

--do--

  1.  

Yanbemo

Office Peon

--do--

  1.  

Lothunglo

Steno Gd-III

Attached to Commr. & Secretary

  1.  

Alo

Store Keeper

Attached to Additional Secretary

  1.  

Enio

Office Peon

Attached to  Commr. & Secretary

  1.  

Seyievikho Pucho

Office Peon

Attached to  Under Secretary

  1.  

Wapang

Driver

Attached to Additional Secretary

Directorate

SL.NO

NAME OF THE OFFICER

DESIGNATION

POWERS AND DUTIES

1

A.Zanbemo Ngullie

Director

Head of Department

2

S.Takatuba Aier

Addl Director,
Kohima.

Mission Diector NULM,all Esst and Technical matters, climate change,

3

Chenithung lotha

Joint Director

Mission Director AMRUT, 10% lump-sum schemes, Building Bye Laws, State Programs and master plan.

4

T.Temjen Jamir

Deputy Director (NUIS)

RTI,Assembly Questions, CPGRAMS NUIS, PIMS, Monitoring of CSS ,state plan schemes

5

Tarachu Filtu

Deputy Director

Nodal Officer SBM, HLTC,SLPIC, Smart city, ADB(SIPMIU) Training, DAN, Correspondence with DMA .

6

Petevilie khatsu

Deputy Director

All Esst Matters,, legal matters, survey works, GIS,SLAA,AMRUT,NUIS

7

 

Kezhochole Rhetso

Deputy Director

10% lump-sum, Establishment and other Technical matters.

 

8

 

Abalie Talie

 Sr. Accounts Officer

All Accounts matters , Preparation of budget, PAC,Audit, DAN Accounts

 

9

Inavi Chophy

Programme  Officer

Socio-economic Survey, Monitoring of CSS and State Plan, NUIS& Assembly matters.

 

 

10

T.Mangyang.
Longkumer

Assistant Research Officer

APIO,Socio-economic survey,RTI,Data (census) collection & compilation of statistics, NUIS, Monitoring of Departmental works, parliament/ Asembly questions.and other survey works.state plan, nodal officer to IPR (Advertisements)

11

Ruvuozelhou

J.E

In charge of Work Charged Employees

 

12

Zungatemba

JE

Attached to EE UD

133

 

Rita

 

Registrar

All matter related to gazette 1& II, requisition, creation and up-gradation, service rule, pension and retirement, all light and heavy vehicle .

14

N. Chuba

Surveyor Grade-I

In-charge of all survey works

15

Ketoulhouvou

Steno Gd-I

Attached to Addl. Director (Tech)

16

Merenla

Steno Gd-I

Attached to Director

 

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Section 4(1)(b)(iii) of Right to Information Act 2005

iii)        The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability.

Decision Making Process:
All correspondences/papers for the Department are endorsed by the Director to the respective section such as: Establishment, Accounts branch, Technical branch, Urban and Regional Information wing, Technical Branch, Urban Development Works Division from where it is further endorsed to the respective officer concern. Accordingly the files are processed from each wing with observations and put up to the Director. For all important matters, the Director generally discuss the matter with the concern officer and takes the final decision.
However in case of all major and important issues, the Department has the tradition of taking collective decision through meeting of the officers. However, the final decision making authority vest with Director.
Project proposals/schemes emerging from the districts are submitted by the respective District Unit Officers, the schemes which are selected generally as per the provision of the guidelines of the schemes. These proposals are then consolidated by the Nodal officer at the head office and forwarded to the Urban Development Works Division for preparation of the necessary technical estimates followed by advertisement of Notice Inviting Tender (NIT) and issue of work order. In the meantime, these consolidated proposals are send to the government for sanction and administrative approval.

Supervision:
At the field level, the concerned officers/staffs are responsible for all supervision. Lapses if any are brought to the notice of the concern higher level officer, who in turn brings to the notice of the Director if the need arises. In case of larger projects especially the Centrally Sponsored Schemes, the Director himself along with the officer concern and UDWD perform routine visit and supervision which has improved the quality of works satisfactorily over the past few years. Necessary suggestion if any for the improvement of works are generally instructed in such occasions. From time to time, concern officer reports the progress of the works in the form of Quarterly Progress Report to the Head Office. On completion of the works, Completion Certificate is issued on the basis of which final bill is released.
From time to time the Director holds review meeting to monitor the progress of the various programmes and works under the Department.

 

Accountability:
The officers’ in charge for different works are made accountable for disposal of works on time.

 

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iv)        The norms set by it for discharge of its functions

From time to time, the Chief Town Planner issues the Notification on distribution of works to various officers/staffs, the details of which is available with the Establishment Branch of the Department.

Similarly under Town Planning Works Division, the Executive Engineer from time to time issues notification on assignment of works to officers and staffs.

In the case of the District Unit Officers, the Officer incharge issues notification from time to time the assignment and distribution of works. 

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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 Nagaland Town and Country Planning Act, 1968,

        The Nagaland Town and Country Planning Rules 1979

        Nagaland Engineering Service Rule 2006 Amendment, &  NPWD code

        Nagaland Government Services Conduct Rules, 1968

        The Nagaland Services (Discipline & Appeal) Rules 1967

 

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

Under Establishment:

        Appointments orders

        Transfer Posting

        Seniority List

        Maintenance of Personal files

        Records relating to furniture

        Records relating to vehicles

        Records relating to stationery

        Matters relating to Court cases

 

Under Accounts

        Annual Plans

        Five Year Plan

        Sub-allocations

        Cash books

        Bill books

        Records of APRs

Under Technical/planning

        Maps of all the Townships

        Master Plans copies

        Survey Maps

        Records of Computers and softwares

        Training records

        Annual Administrative Reports

        Library books

        VIP speeches

Under UDD, Engineering Wing

        List of employees

        List of schemes/projects

        Detail Project Reports

        Sanction orders

        Measurement books

        Cash book

        Bill book

        APRs

 

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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 for implementation thereof.

N/A  

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. 

Sl.

No

Name of the Board/Committee

Composition of the Board/Committee

Remark

1

State Urban Development Agency(SUDA)

Chairman-Principal Secretary,

Secretary-Sr. Town Planner,

Members:-

1.Manager, Lead Bank, SBI

2. Representative from Ministry of Urban Employment and Poverty Alleviation

3 NGO Consultant

4. Women Secretary, NBCC

Constituted as per the SJSRY guidelines

2

District Urban Development Agency(DUDA)

Chairman- Add. Deputy Commissioner,

Secretary - Town Planner/Asst. Town Planner

Members:-.

1.ULB Chairman

2.Women Representative

3.One representative from the community development society

 

Constituted as per the SJSRY guidelines

3

Local Development Committee (LDC)

Chairman- Administrative Head Member-Secretary-Town Planner/ATP

Members (3 nos):-

1.      Chairman, Town Committee

2.      Two Government Nominees as members

As per Govt. approved guidelines

 

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ix)      Directory

 

DIRECTORY OF THE ADMINISTARTIVE DEPARTMENT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (SECRETARIAT) OFFICERS AND STAFF.


Sl. No.

Name of Govt. Employee

Present Post held

Phone No.

1.

Motsuthung Lotha

Commissioner & Secretary

7085285578

2.

I. Shanen Jamir

Additional Secretary

9436000020

3.

Nesatuo Hesuh

Under Secretary

8974390782

4.

Longerkaba

Section Officer

9856587394

5.

Kewibamdi H Meriam

Jr. Section Officer

9436292264

6.

Lokhum Yimchunger

Secretariat Assistant

8575655840

7.

Ngukato K

Secretariat Assistant

9612818757

8.

Eliyio C. Lotha

LDA (R)

9615194109

9.

Lothunglo

Steno, Gd-III

8575957451

10.

Kenesie-ü

Typist

9436614995

11.

Yanbemo

Office  Peon

8731053149

12.

Alo

Store Keeper

9862670942

13

Enio

Office Peon

 

14.

Seyievikho Pucho

Office Peon

8575192706

15.

Wapang

Driver

8119888720

 

    DIRECTORATE

 

x)       

  1. Monthly remuneration received by each Officers and employees including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations as on 31st March, 2018.

Sl.
 No

Name 

Father’s Name

M/
F

Edu/ Qualification

Designation

Status adhoc/ Regular/
Contingency

D.O .B

Date of entry into Service/ First Aptt.

Date of
Appointment to present post

Place of posting

Date of Retirement

Pay
Band

Grade Pay

Gross salary

1

Motsuthung Lotha

Lt. Chichumo

M

Graduate

Secretary

Regular

1.10.1960

08.05.1988

31.1.2017

Kohima

01.10.2020

37400

9900

137000

2

I.Shanen Jamir

Lipokmeren

M

B.A (Hons)

Addl. Secy

-do-

24.10.1969

01.11.1991

 

-do-

2026

15600-39100

8700

70000

3

Neisato Hesuh

Yekahi Hesuh

M

B.A

Under Secy.

-do-

15.10.1959

30.01.1990

05.05.2017

-do-

2019

15600-39100

6600

62000

4

Longerkaba

Marmangyang

M

M.A

S.O

-do-

14.06.1976

29.04.1999

17.08.2016

-do-

2034

15600-39100

5700

52000

5

Kewibamdi

Lt. Huzandi Zeliang

M

P.U Sc.

J.S.O

-do-

10.04.1987

13.06.2006

04.08.2009

-do-

2041

9300-34800

4200

38000

6

Lokhum Yim

Lt. Throngshi

M

M. Sc

S.A

-do-

24.11.1983

08.10.2012

08.10.2012

-do-

2044

9300-34800

4200

34000

7

Ngukato Tsuipu

Khunoto Tsuipu

M

M.A (Hons)

S.A

-do-

14.12.1987

01.06.2016

01.06.2016

-do-

2047

9300-34800

4200

33000

8

Eliyio C Lotha

Lt. K.C. Lotha

F

Graduate

LDA

-do-

28.12.1973

22.09.1993

22.09.1993

-do-

2028

5200-20200

2600

30262

9

Kenesie-u

Lt. Wokhau-o

F

Matric

C/Typist

Contract

22.05.1965

15.06.1992

30.03.2010

-do-

-

4000

-

4000

10

Lothunglo

Lt. Womomo

F

P.U

Steno

-do-

15.01.1978

18.03.1999

1.04.2017

-do-

2034

9300-34800

4200

35000

11

Yanbemo

B. Ngullie

M

Matric

Peon

-do-

27.08.1967

1.03.87

27.07.2016

-do-

2022

-

-

26000

12

Alo

Rubeihie

M

B.A

Store Keeper

-do-

15.01.1977

01.07.2003

16.11.2014

-do-

2037

5750-2600

2600

20000

13

Seyievikho Pucho

Lt. Kropol

M

Cl-9

Peon

Casual

29.12.1988

17.06.2014

09.02.2015

-do-

-

4000

-

4000

14

Enio Lotha

Tsamongo

M

Cl-8

Peon

Regular

30.09.1978

1.09.2004

1.04.2017

-do-

2039

 

1500

22497

15

Wapang

Imkong

M

 

Driver

Regular

 

 

 

-do-

 

 

 

 

 

   

a.      Monthly remuneration of Directorate & District Staff

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 MANUAL-XI

Head of account

Non plan total (in Rs)

  1. REVENUE

 

2217-Urban Development

 

 

 

01-DIRECTION

 

01 salaries

2,88,81,000

02-wages

4,63,000

03-travel expenses

12,62,000

04-office expenses

14,000,00

06-rent, rates& taxes

2,07,000

16-motor vehicles

11,20,000

17-maintenance

 

Total

3,33,33,000

 

 

02-subordinates Establishment

 

01 salaries

5,38,16,010

02-wages

 

03-travel expenses

4,35,000

04-office expenses

5,00,000

06-rent, rates& taxes

1,43,000

15 machineries &equipments

8,70,000

16-motor vehicles

6,00,000

TOTAL

5,63,64,010

 

 

Other expenditure

 

01 Enginering Cell

 

01 salaries

1,64,93,000

02-wages

 

03-travel expenses

3,03,000

04-office expenses

1,00,000

06-rent, rates& taxes

 

16-motor vehicles

1,60,000

TOTAL

1,70,56,000

 

 

02-development authority Nagaland

 

Grant in Aid

3,51,49,000

TOTAL-

 

TOTAL REVENUE(A)

14,90,66,010

03 work charged Establishment

 

17 maintenance

 

Total

 

B-CAPITAL SECTION

 

Special Development Fund (CSS)

24,83,36,000

Special Development Fund (CSS)

7,89,27,000

EAP-Asian Development Bank (ADB)

18,41,05,445

JNNURM

11,60,19,000

AMRUT

1,64,48,832

NULM

9,41,48,000

SBM

74,22,000

TOTAL CAPITAL(B)

7,45,06,277

 

 

TOTAL A+B

89,44,72,2287

 

 

 

 

 

                                           

xii)     The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amount allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes

        Not applicable

xiii)  Particulars of recipient of concessions, permits or authorization granted by it.

        NOT APPLICABLE

xiv)    Details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form

The following lists of information are available in the electronic format:

        List of staff/Incumbency list

        Work Assignment of each staff

        Works programme

        Work orders

        Annual Budget

        All correspondences originating from the Department.

 

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.

YES

        Department notice boards are kept on all floors of the office building displaying office hours.

        Department maintains a library which can accessed by any person

 

xvi)    The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers

FIRST APPELLATE AUTHORITY


Sl.
No.

Name of the Public Information Officer

Designation

Place

Contact Number

1

A.Zanbemo  Ngullie

Director

Kohima

0370-2241147(O)

2

Er. Motsuthung Lotha

Program Director (SIPMIU)

Kohima

0370-2292099 fax-0370-2292102

The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers (PIO) (section 4 (1) (b) (xvi) of Right to information Act 2005)

Sl.
No.

Name of the Public Information Officer (PIO)

Designation

Place

Contact Number

1

S.Takatuba Aier

Addl Director Secretary & PIO (SUDA/NULM)

Kohima

0370-2240658 (O)

2

T. Temjen. Jamir

Deputy Director (NUIS) & PIO Directorate

Kohima

9436832035

3

Imtilepden Pongener

Secretary DAN & PIO

Dimapur

9436071114

4

Kiniholi kinimi

AUDO &PIO

Wokha

9436001853

5

Pat Keyhie

Jt.Director &PIO

Mon

9436435827

6

Solesul Tholre

UDO &PIO

Mokokchung & Longleng

9436061642

7

Khate-u Kezo

AUDO &PIO

Phek

9856017902

8

Pangzangkokba

UDO &PIO

Dimapur & Peren

9436201434

9

Vizokholie Kesieyie

AUDO &PIO

Zunheboto

9436299092

10

Kezochole Ritse

Deputy Director &PIO

Kohima

7085938047

11

Er. Vikerhe Venyo

E. E. UD &PIO

Kohima

9436001195

12

Wachusie Katiry

AUDO &PIO

Tuensang & Kiphire

9436815428

 

The names, designations and other particulars of the Assistant Public Information Officers under (section 4 (1) (b) (xvi) of Right to information Act 2005)

Sl.
No.

Name of the Assistant Public Information Officer (APIO)

Designation

Place

Contact Number

1

T.Mangyang Lkr

ARO &APIO (Directorate)

Kohima

9615625812

2

Nyanbemo Ngullie

Computer assistant &APIO (SUDA)

Kohima

9856131775

3

Er Keneizezo

SDO &APIO (EE,UD)

Kohima

9436604253

4

Nell vasa

Dy. Program Director &APIO (SIPMIU)

Kohima

0370-2292099

 

xvii) Such other information

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