Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to  Information Act 2005  

Right to information and obligations of public authorities

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

 Department of Women Development

(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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Government of Nagaland

Department of Women Development

Nagaland, Kohima

  

Section 4 (1)(b) (i) of RTI Act.2005

 

Particulars of organization, function & Duties:

 

Introduction:
Recognizing the need to accelerate the empowerment process of women, while also acknowledging the fact that women are now accepted agents of development, during 2003-04 the Directorate of Women  Resource Development was created out of the bifurcation of the erstwhile Department of Social Security & Welfare.
With the overall objective of balancing the gender divide, the Department aims at the uplift of women and facilitates her self-dependency while continuing to protect and safeguard her rights and privileges. The financial, human and technological resources required to uplift women are truly enormous and the logistics involved would be staggering. As such, the Department envisages working in partnership with NGOs to promote a more active and deliberate involvement of women in development. The Department recognizes the crucial role that women play and the huge potential especially in the group dynamics of women SHGs. Thus building on the experience gained while working with grassroots functionaries and support groups, the main thrust of the Department is to: create, develop and strengthen women centered Self Help Groups (SHGs) by expanding and augmenting the present activities and introducing new strategies.
The target group of the Department is :Women in difficult circumstances, school and college girl dropouts, women with disabilities, women entrepreneurs, women SHG leaders, grassroots women leaders and women in general. It will also carter to the special needs of commercial sex workers, HIV/AIDS infected and affected women, deserted women, victims of sexual exploitation and marital violence. The activities of the Department, which are mainly focused in addressing the issues and needs of aforementioned women, include:

 

 

 

      

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Section 4 (1)(b) (ii) of RTI Act.2005

 

 

Powers and Duties of its officers and employees

Secretariat Level

Commissioner  & Secretary:

 

The present incumbent -  Smti. N. Hushili Sema

Deputy Secretary:

 

The present incumbent-   Smti. Olemjungla Aier

Under Secretary:

 

The present incumbent –  Smti. Nukutulu S. Venuh

 

 Section Officer:

The present incumbent –  Smti. Z. Rachel Sumi

Secretariat Assistant:

There are 2 (Two) Secretariat Assistants working under the department at secretariat level. They are responsible for putting up and maintaining the files that is under their charge.

Work Responsibilities:

Work Responsibilities:

 

 

Director:
The Director is the executive Head of the Department. All matters and administrative decision concerning the department will need the final concurrence of the HOD. The specific duties of the HOD as such cannot be pinpointed, as the HOD’s function is mainly regarding policy matters, while interacting with the Government, and delegation of work responsibilities and duties to subordinate officers and staff and oversee their progress. The HOD has to ensure that the policies and the decisions of the Govt. are given proper interpretation and that the schemes and programmes adopted are being implemented properly.

Work Responsibilities: Director – R. Khrienuo Tachu

 

Additional Director
The Additional Director is the second –in-command in the department after the Director. He/She is the main personnel administrator and controls all the officers and staff in the department. It is his/her chief duty to assist the Director in day-to-day administration of the department and appraise the HOD on the latest development and activities of the department. In the absence of the Director, he/she assumes the responsibilities of the Director. The practical function and operation of the department is his responsibility. Once the general outline of the tasks at hand is briefed, it is the job of the Addl. Director to lead the team of subordinate officers in the actual operation and practical work, down to the nitty – gritty.

Work responsibilities: Additional Director – vacant

Joint Director:
There is one Joint Director and he is expected to be an expert and conversant and familiar with the subjects that have been delegated to him. His primary job is to look into all details by cutting down unnecessary choice and giving the Addl. Director only the bare minimum necessary option to choose from. It is his duty to assist and guide the Addl. Director regarding all the subjects. This would enable the Addl. Director to make swift decisions, as he would not have to start from scratch.

Work responsibilities: Joint Director- Vilone Sakhrie
          Assisting the HOD in

 

Deputy Director:
In the Directorate of Women Resource Development there is one Deputy Director. The Deputy Director is expected to be an expert and conversant and familiar with the subjects that have been delegated to him. His primary job is to look into all details by cutting down unnecessary choice by giving the Jt. Director only the bare minimum necessary option to choose from. It is the duty of the Deputy Director to assist and guide the Jt. Director in all assigned subject matters. This would enable the Jt. Director to make swift decisions, as he would not have to start from scratch.

Work responsibilities: Deputy Director- (V.Kavito Zhimomi)

Assistant Director:
The two Assistant Directors in the Department have to do the actual running around and legwork and are think tanks in the Department. They play a crucial part in the functioning’s of the Departments, plus they are the link between the ministerial staffs and the officers. It is very important that at their level all files and matters are thoroughly studied and examined minutely. It is from this juncture that the senior officers will depend on the assessments and recommendations of the Assistant Directors, since they themselves cannot spend too much time on the nitty-gritty of a particular case.
As the duties and functions of the HOD and Addl. Director is multifarious, it becomes very difficult for them to give their undivided attention to each and every topic. Thus the Assistant Directors are expected to be proficient and knowledgeable in their respective fields and assist the senior officers. Occasionally they are given independent charges according to the works distribution.
At present there is only one incumbent Assistant Director

 

Assistant Director
Work Responsibilities: Melumlumbo Zeliang

 

Assistant Research Officer:
The research cell of the department is manned by one Assistant Research Officer (ARO).All matters relating to Research studies and Documentation, all Acts, National awards, state policy women is handled by this cell. The main areas are data collection, co-relating all information and data, monitoring and assessing the impact of the schemes and programmes of the Department.

Assistant Research Officer (Chonben Odyuo)
Work Responsibilities

Women Resource Development Officer:

At present there are 4 (four) WRDOs. All the Departmental schemes, programmes and activities implemented in the districts fall under their purview. However, due to lack of infrastructure and manpower at the Districts, Women Resource Development Officer are attached at the Directorate,  who has to go regularly on tour for inspecting, monitoring and supervising  not only beneficiaries of various Departmental schemes but also partner-NGOs/sub-partner NGOs.

 

Work Responsibilities

 

Work Responsibilities

 

Work Responsibilities

Work Responsibilities

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Section 4 (1) (b) (iii) of RTI Act. 2005.

 

 

 

Procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability

  

           All policy matters are made by Government and interpreted by the HOD who is also consulted. While formulating any project and schemes and other decision making matters, all the executive officers of the department are involved. Suggestions and views are collected from the Partner NGOs of the Department and several rounds of meetings are held and detailed project proposals are chalked out. These are forwarded to the Government for the perusal and approval. If any changes are suggested, necessary alterations are accommodated and corrections made. After obtaining the approval, all the schemes are properly implemented in the respective identified area under the close supervision of the senior officers and with the co-ordination of the field officers and stake holders.

In lieu of establishing district offices and resultant necessary infrastructure, a novel mechanism has been introduced enabling the Department to implement its programmes in the district level. Here, the apex Women Organizations (Hoho) in each district has been identified and a series of training and orientation workshops are continually being conducted. These recognized Women Hohos have been named as the Partner NGO of the Department and a District Women Development Programme Monitoring Committee (DWDPMC), with the respective Deputy Commissioner of the district, has been constituted by the Government. The Powers, functions and duties have been formulated and it is through this structure that the programmes of the Department are being conceptualized, monitored and implemented.

Supervision:

          The Director, assisted by the officers, supervises the work of all the different schemes/programmes in the department.

Accountability:

          The Officers and staffs are accountable for timely disposal of the works allotted to them.

 
 
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Section 4 (1) (b) (iv) of RTI Act 2005

 

 

The norms set by it for discharge of its function.

 

The fund provided by the Government for implementation of various schemes/programmes are carried out and completed as per the guidelines and time frame given by the State Government or the Government of India, whenever such GOI schemes are implemented

 

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Section 4(1)(b)(v) of RTI Act 2005

 

 

The Rules, Regulation, Instructions, Manuals and Record held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions.

 

The Department normally follows the instructions, rules and regulations and the instructions issued thereof by the Government of Nagaland from time to time.

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Name/Title of the Document

1

Delegation of Financial Rules

2

Nagaland Financial Rules

3

Office Procedures (Sect. Manual 1969)

4

Leave Rules (CSS)1972

5

Nagaland Services (Discipline & Appeal) Rules 1967

6

Nagaland Government Servants Conduct Rules

7

Nagaland Directorate/Ministerial Service Rules 2006

8

Guidelines for implementation of various schemes/programmes sponsored by GOI

9

Annual Plan

10

Nagaland Women Resource Development Service Rules 2006

 

 

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Section 4(1)(b)(vi) of RTI Act 2005

 

Statement of categories of documents that are held by it or under its control

 

Sl. No.

Name/Nature Category of the Dept.

Name of the Document & its introduction in one line

Procedure to obtain the document

Held by/ under control of

1

Establishment

  1. Correspondence with higher authorities
  2. Leave matters
  3. Office Orders Circulars & Instructions
  4. Stock
  5. Store
  6. Dispatch
  7. Attendance
  8. Matters relating to construction and work programmes

As per RTI Act

Supdt. & Dealing Asst. in charge of the subject

2

Establishment

Matters relating to construction and work programmes

-DO-

Executive Engineer

3

Establishment

Confidential files

Confidential

PA to Director

4

Accounts

Financial matters/audit matters

-DO-

DDO & Acct. Branch

5

Development

  1. Transformative Livelihood Intervention Project
  2. Integrated Development-cum-Resource Centre
  3. Appropriate Rural Technology Park
  4. Interest Free Loan Programmes
  5. Financial Assistance to Destitute Women

-DO-

Supdt. & Dealing Asst. in charge of the subject

 

 

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Section 4(1)(b)(vii) of RTI Act 2005

  

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.

  

For implementation of various State sponsored schemes and programmes under the Department consultations are made with various authorities such as:

 

 

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Section 4(1)(b)(viii) of RTI Act 2005

  

A statement of 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.

  

 

The following boards, committees are constituted by the department with the approval of the Govt. for implementation of and finalizing all departmental activities and schemes.

  1. Various Selection Committees for selection of beneficiaries under various schemes
  2. State Level Selection Committee for PWIEP
  3. District Women Development Programme Monitoring Committee (DWDPMC) for other loan programmes & Financial Assistance to Destitute Women

 

 

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Section 4(1)(b)(ix) of RTI Act 2005

Secretariat Level

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Office

Mobile

Residence

1

N. Hushili Sema

Commissioner & Secretary

 

9436609825

 

2

Olemjungla Aier

Deputy Secretary

 

9436601694

 

3

Nukutulu S. Venuh

Under Secretary

 

9612705910

 

4

Rachel Z. Sumi

Section Officer

 

9856727018

 

5

Khiungakiu S. Tikhir

Secretariat Assistant

 

9436661708

 

6

Moasenla Jamir

Secretariat Assistant

 

8118970088

 

7

Imyulila

Spl. Gr. Typist

 

7005704391

 

8

I Temsuinla

Sr. Gr. Typist

 

8014596616

 

9

Moachiba Phom

Peon

 

8974452932

 

10

Vitelie

Peon

 

 

 

11

Ngulkhochon Vaiphei

Peon

 

8875652932

 

 

Sl.no

NAME

DESIGNATION

Contact No.

1

Smti.R.Khrienuo Tachü

Director   

9436830041

2

Shri.Vilone Sakhrie

Jt. Director

9436608585

3

Shri.V.Kavito Zhimomi

Dy. Director

9436438915

4

Shri. Melumlungbo Zeliang

Asst. Director

9436011007

5

Shri.Chonben Odyuo

Assistant Research Officer (ARO)

8974783707

6

Shri.Nzanthung.K.Yanthan

Women Resource Development Officer (WRDO)

8974065466

7

Shri.T.Thungbemo Patton

Women Resource Development Officer (WRDO)

8787831301

8

Shri. Cholongse.P.Sangtam

Women Resource Development Officer (WRDO)

9612382942

9

Shri.Zhoto Khamo

Women Resource Development Officer (WRDO)

7005658092

10

Shri.Dokho Phira

Account Officer

11

Smti.Pezavinuo Sharon Kire

Supdt. (TCPC)

9862228777

12

Smti.Tune Thisa

Superintendent

9436016592

13

Smti.Aluno Sophie

Asst. Superintendent

9862290936

14

Smti. Bano Bio

Steno Gr.III

15

Smti.A.Temsumenla Jamir

UDA

9774408966

16

Smti. Khrieletuoü Aleü Chielie

UDA

9436831977

17

Shri.V.Bohoto

UDA

7005839974

18

Shri.Aosunep

LDA

19

Shri.Lanusungit

LDA

8787859415

20

Smti. Sedevinuo Terhase

LDA

21

Shri.Vethita Medo

LDA

7005665801

22

Smti.Ruyizolu Curhah

LDA

9856688689

23

Smti.Dukhotolu Rhakho

LDA

9856753013

24

Shri.Sato Chotso

LDA

9089459229

25

Shri.Eshenthung.P.Ngullie

LDA

9402934761

26

Shri.P.Sunei

LDA

7005511342

27

Shri.Kreni Mao

Driver

28

Shri.Yanchemo Lotha

Driver

8575756110

29

Shri.Rambhadur Chettri

Driver

30

Shri.Nusuyi Khamo

Driver

9612884180

31

Shri. Tsalimong Yimchunger

Driver

9402457577

32

Shri.Gonthaolung Rongmei

Chowkidar

9077436981

33

Shri.Neivonyu Keditsu

Peon

34

Shri.Sorenthung Lotha

Peon

7005639746

35

Shri.Ruokuozo Lohe

Peon

36

Shri.Vepelo Nuh

Peon

9089861309

37

Smti.Vizokhou-u

Sweeper

38

Shri.Phuhovi Kappo

UDA (TCPC)

8575090460

39

Shri.Khrutsonyi

Tailoring Instructor, (TCPC)

40

Smti.Imlinikenla

Tailoring Instructor, (TCPC)

41

Smti.P.Temjensangla

Tailoring Instructor, (TCPC)

42

Smti.Vevolu Puoroh

Tailoring Instructor, (TCPC)

43

Smti.Moamongla

Tailoring Instructor, (TCPC)

44

Smti.Temsunaro

Tailoring Instructor, (TCPC)

45

Smti.Yibono

Tailoring Instructor, (TCPC)

46

Smti.Mongyo Konyak

Tailoring Instructor, (TCPC)

47

Smti.Viliebeinuo Miachieo

Tailoring Instructor,(TCPC)

48

Shri.Dzuvineio Zhasa

Weaving Instructor, (TCPC)

49

Smti.Meanla

Weaving Instructor, (TCPC)

50

Smti.Velukholu Resu

Weaving Instructor, (TCPC)

51

Smti,Zadulu Puyo-o

Weaving Instructor, (TCPC)

9402482018

52

Smti.Asangdangla

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

53

Smti.Ngangshikala

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

54

Smti.Yangerjungla

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

55

Smti.Vakranu Kikhi

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

56

Smti.Vikheni

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

57

Smti.Avilo Sumi

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

58

Smti.Shevohulu.T.Vadeo

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

9612292503

59

Smti.Vethivolu Murao

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

8787724626

60

Smti.Samdale

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

61

Smti.M.Nyanglen Phom

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

62

Smti.Kusi

Knitting Instructor, (TCPC)

63

Smti.A.Sungjemkala Lemtur

Master Trainer, (TCPC)

64

Smti.Khisenle Semy

Weaving Instructor (fixed), (TCPC)

65

Shri.Chumdemo

Chowkidar (Fixed), (TCPC)

66

Smti.Rano

Peon (Fixed), (TCPC)

67

Smti. Seyiekhrienuo

LDA (Fixed) Directorate

68

Smti. Alena

LDA (Fixed) Directorate

69

Shri. Chinukiu

LDA (Fixed) Directorate

70

Shri. Diloibe

LDA (Fixed) Directorate

71

Smti. Themshao

Peon (Fixed) Directorate

72

Shri. Puloto

Peon (Fixed) Directorate

73

Shri. Inaka

Driver (Fixed) Directorate

74

Shri. Phutoshe

Driver (Fixed) Directorate

75

Shri. Chonbenthung

Driver (Fixed) Directorate

76

Shri. Robert Tachu

Driver (Fixed) Directorate

9402848234

77

Shri. Orenimo Lotha

Driver (Fixed) Directorate

8014681537

78

Shri. Sepiba Sangtam

Driver (Fixed) Directorate

79

Shri. Shangchiu

Driver (Fixed) Directorate

80

Smti. Imkonglemla

Mali (Fixed) Directorate

81

Smti. Zakievinuo Keditsu

Mali (Fixed) Directorate

82

Shri. Mhalelhoulie Keditsu

Chowkidar (Fixed) Directorate

83

Shri. Vezoto Vasa

Chowkidar (Fixed) WRC, Chozuba

84

Smti. Krusie-u

Sweeper (Fixed) Directorate

85

Shri. T. Suthiu

Chowkidar (Fixed) Directorate

86

Smti. Zhodinü Thapo

Personal Peon (HoD)

87

Shri. Bilamo N. Shitio

Driver

 

88

Shri. Neiphreilie Chakruno

Driver

 

89

N.Nilamani Singh

UDA  (BAP)

9612057165

90

Tsukjemwati Lemtor

UDA

9436005677

91

Mhabemo Kikon

UDA

9436001889

92

Khriesamhalie

UDA

9774336070

93

L.Thengli Konyak

Mukhya Sevika

9862944583

94

Udyabhan Thakur

Driver

9856248977

95

Meren Ao

Driver

9436404578

96

Zumbemo Lotha

Peon

9089257502

97

Yimbangla Chasng

Craft Instructor

7308967288

98

Mesosangla Ao

Craft Instructor

8730901667

99

P.Niholi Sema

Craft Instructor

7085571996

100

Kudecholu Vadeo

Craft Instructor

9402087698

101

Zachihulu

Craft Instructor

8132871190

102

Kroneilou Kapfo

Craft Instructor

9862666725

103

Kurenulu

Craft Instructor

9862297258

104

Kewetselo-ü

Craft Instructor

9612093838

105

Liya James Rengma

Craft Instructor

8974827802

106

Khrituo Kets

Craft Instructor

9862677655

107

Keviseu

Craft Instructor

9402489282

108

Keviyao

Craft Instructor

9615178095

109

Noswedlie Richa

Craft Instructor

8014664348

110

Yanjila Chang

Craft Instructor

8575500532

111

H.Ngoun Khiam

Craft Instructor

7085171439

112

Khonbeno

Craft Instructor

9089948835

113

Chansonla Chang

Craft Instructor

9863521132

114

Tonglih Konyak

Dhai

8415047147

115

P.Akoi Konyak

Dhai

8974634126

116

Thingpia khiamnungan

Dhai

9862534171

117

N.Phanyan Konyak

Dhai

8731817242

118

Menoulhou

Dhai

8014973495

119

P.Mongye Konyak

Dhai

9485286586

120

Neizakhonuo

Dhai

8730940428

121

Akhumla Chang

Dhai

8731953262

122

Manmei Konyak

Dhai

8415090229

123

Tarensongla Ao

Dhai

9856240666

124

Nushivolu

Dhai

7085666278

125

Nozonelü

Dhai

9436616671

126

Sungbeni Murry

Gram Sevika

8259096654

127

P.Panyinkala Phom

Gram Sevika

9862924447

128

O.Nyimongsonla Chang

Gram Sevika

9612044066

129

Sangmoi Konyak

Gram Sevika

8119849898

130

H.Thongpe Khiamnugan

Gram Sevika

8837340417

131

C.Rechila Chang

Gram Sevika

8575426298

132

Angule

Gram Sevika

9402825779

133

Neisatuonuo

Gram Sevika

9612059890

134

Vizoseinuo

Gram Sevika

9856517629

135

Munkai Konyak

Gram Sevika

8787435343

136

Ladongrepla

Gram Sevika

9612508516

 

  

 
 
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Section 4(1) (b) (x) of RTI Act 2005

 

The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees including the system of compensation as provided in its regulation.

 

SECRETARIAT   LEVEL
Section 4(1) (b) (x) of RTI Act, 2005
The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees including the system of compensation as provided in its regulation. (As on 31st March, 2018)

Sl. No

 

Name

Father’s Name

M/F

Edu.
Qualific-ation

Designation

Status(Adhoc /Contract/ regular/ Contingency)

Date of Birth

Date of entry into service

Date of appoint-ent to present post

Place of posting

Date of retirement

Pay Band

 Grade Pay

Gross Salary

1

N. Hushili Sema

-----------------

F

B.A.

Commissioner & Secretary

Regular

17-05-1959

18-01-1982

01-01-2017

WRD

17-11-2019

37400-67000

10000

1,20,000/-

2

Olemjungla Aier

H.Bendang Aier

F

M.A.

Deputy Secretary

Regular

01-07-1977

13-12-2001

28-01-2015

WRD

31-12-2036

15600-39100

7600

76308/-

3

Nukutulu S. Venuh

Khatsoi S. Venuh

F

M.A. / B.Ed

Under Secretary

Regular

14-01-1983

24-11-2010

 

WRD

31-01-2043

15600-39100

6600

64435/-

4

Rachel Z. Sumi

Zhewoto Sumi

F

M.A.

Section Officer

Regular

18-10-1980

01-03-2007

25-08-2017

WRD

31-03-2040

15600-39100

5700

53279/-

5

Khiungakiu S. Tikhir

Simphu Tikhir

M

M.A.

Secretariat Assistant

Regular

18-12-1983

26-09-2013

26-09-2013

WRD

31-12-2043

9300-34800

4200

 33216/-

6

Moasenla Jamir

S. Imtimendang Jamir

F

M.A.

Secretariat Assistant

Regular

04-07-1987

23-07-2014

23-07-2014

WRD

31-07-2047

9300-34800

4200

 32254/-

7

I.Temsuinla

Imkong Mangyang

F

P.U.

Sr. Grade Typist

Regular

05-03-1968

30-10-1990

     -09-2014

WRD

31-10-2025

9300-34800

4600

 48200/-

8

Imyulila

Lt. Lanuniken

F

Matric

Spl. Grade Typist

Regular

16-03-1970

07-08-1990

19-06-2009

WRD

31-08-2025

15600-39100

5700

62916/-

 

Moachiba Phom

Kamba

M

Cl-X

0/peon

Regular

10-05-1963

01-05-1984

01-05-1984

WRD

31-04-2019

4400-17200

1300

 5690/-

10

Ngulkhochon Vaiphei

Khupkhohen

M

Cl-X

0/peon

Regular

01-03-1972

01-10-2000

01-10-2000

WRD

30-09-2032

4400-17200

1300

21776/-

11

Vitelie

Kuovilie

M

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o/peon

Regular

11-09-1973

09-11-1992

09-11-1992

WRD

31-12-2027

4400-17200

1300

27000/-

12

Mughali

 

 

 

o/peon

Contingency

 

 

 

WRD

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---------

---------

3000/-

 

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Section 4(1)(b)( xi) of RTI Act 2005

 

The budget allocated to each of each agency, indicating the particulars of all Plans, proposed expenditure and reports on disbursement made.

 

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Section 4(1) (b) (xii) of RTI Act 2005

 

 

The manner of execution of subsidy programme, including the amount allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes.

 

 

 

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Section 4(1) (b) (xiii) of RTI Act 2005

 

 

Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it.

 

 


 
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Section 4(1) (b) (xiv) of RTI Act 2005

 

 

The details in respect of the information, available to or held by it in electronic form

 

 

 

 

Sl. No

 

Information/Activities for which data is available in electronic form

 

Can it be shared with public

Is it available on the website or is being used as back end database

 

Without whom available

 

Whom to contact

1

Manuals of office procedure

Yes

No

 

Director

2

Right to information Act

Yes

No

 

-do-

3

Guidelines of Schemes

Yes

No

 

-do-

4

Acquaintance Roll of employees

Yes

No

 

-do-

5

Nagaland Women Development Service Rules, 2006

Yes

No

 

-do-

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Section 4(1) (b) (xv) of RTI Act 2005

  

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

  

 

SlNo

Facility available

Nature of information available

Working hours

1

Notice Board

Notices & Circulars

Always

2

Website

Web

Always

3

Printed manual

Books, journal, magazine etc.

On working days

4

Inspection of Records in the office

On any matter

-do-

5

System of issuing of copies of documents

Xerox and soft copies

-do-

 

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Section 4(1) (b) (xvi) of RTI Act 2005

 

The names, designation and other particulars of the Public Information Officer

 

 

Name of the Public Authority:-  Directorate of Women Development                  

SECRETARIAT LEVEL

  1. Appellate Authority (AA)

 

 

Sl. No.

 

Name

 

Designation

 

Phone. No.

 

E-Mail

 

Home Address

 

1

 

 

Smti. N. Hushili Sema

 

Commissioner & Secretary

 

9436609825

 

 

Kohima

 

  1. Public Information Officer (PIO)

 

 

Sl. No.

 

Name

 

Designation

 

Phone. No.

 

E-Mail

 

Home Address

 

1

 

 

Smti. Nukutulu S. Venuh

 

Under Secretary

 

9612705910

 

 

Kohima

 

  1. Assistant Public Information Officer (APIO)

 

Sl. No.

 

Name

 

Designation

 

Phone. No.

 

E-Mail

 

Home Address

 

1

 

 

Smti. Rachel Z. Sumi

 

Section Officer

 

9856727018

 

 

Kohima

 

DIRECTORATE
a)        Department Appellate Authority (DAA)

 

Sl.No

Name

Designation

Telephone Nos

E-mail

Home address

Office

Home

Mobile

1

R. Khrienuo Tachu

Director

9436830041

dwrdir@nic.gov.in

Below New Secreteriat

b)        Public Information Officer (PIO)

Sl.No

Name

Designation

Telephone Nos

E-mail

Home address

Office

Home

Mobile

1

Melumlungbo Zeliang

Asst. Director

9436011007

melum_z@yahoo.com

PR Hill Colony

c)        Assistant Public Information Officer (APIO)


Sl.No

Name

Designation

Telephone Nos

E-mail

Home address

Office

Home

Mobile

1

Chonben Odyuo

ARO

8974783707

chechch@gmail.com

 Bayavu colony

 

 

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