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Office of the Commissioner Nagaland (District Administration)
Manual – I
PARTICULARS OF THE ORGANISATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES
Functions and Duties:
The Commissioner Nagaland is the Head of the District Administration in the State. The General Administration, Revenue Administration and control and implementation of the general Law and Order in the State is supervised and carried out through its subordinate Officers in the Districts headed by the respective Deputy Commissioners.
At present there are 11 (eleven) District Headquarters, 28 (Twenty Eight) ADC (Additional Deputy Commissioner) Sub-Divisions, 19 (Ninteen) SDO (Civil) (Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil)) Sub-Divisions and 62 (Sixty Two) EAC (Extra Assistant Commissioner) Circles in the State. In order to ensure safety to its citizens, the District Administration carries out security co-ordination meetings at the District and State level including regular Deputy Commissioners’ Conferences. Details may be seen in Manual IX.
Apart from Law and Order duties, Revenue collection is also an important component of the District Administration. The main sources of revenue come from ILP fees, House Taxes, Arms Licenses fees, General Administration Rest Houses rentals, Land Revenue etc. In the area of ILP, as per the Cabinet decision and Government Notification No.CON-1/G/162/2004, dated 20th April, 2006, the Office of the Commissioner was authorized to develop a special ILP for the Catholic missionaries. This office, therefore, has developed a procedure and a format for implementation of Special ILP which is computerized. The issuance of Special ILP began in November 2006.
The District Administration is considered to be at the periphery of the Government and reaches out to the grass-root level of the population, Therefore, it is the part of the Government that is all the time visible to the people.
Powers & Duties of Officers & Employees:
Commissioner Nagaland: The Commissioner Nagaland is the overall Head of the District Administration. Under him are the Deputy Commissioners of the Districts, who act on behalf of the Commissioner Nagaland in their respective Districts. The Office of the Commissioner Nagaland is the controlling Office for District Administration, where all matters relating to finance, appointments, village recognition, relief and rehabilitation, establishment matters, etc., in regard to the District Administration have to be routed through before consideration by the Government. Other than those areas where local purchases are necessary, in respect of items such as Vehicles, Red Blankets, Furniture, etc, procurement is done centrally by this Office and then distributed to various Administrative Headquarters as per requirement. Budget sub-allocation is also carried out by the Office of the Commissioner Nagaland for the DDOs under District Administration. To assist the Commissioner Nagaland in the discharge of his duties in the Office, there are Officers in the rank of 1 (one) Joint Commissioner, 2 (Two) Additional Deputy Commissioner, 2 (Two) Assistant Commissioners, 1(one) Accounts Officer and a host of Ministerial Staffs from that of LDA to that of a Registrar, together with a number of Group D category of employees such as Sweepers and Chowkidars.
Deputy Commissioner: The Deputy Commissioners heads the District Administration at the District level and report directly to the Commissioner Nagaland. All other Administrative Officers come under their respective Deputy Commissioners. They also head the District in all spheres. The duties assigned to a Deputy Commissioner are mainly to maintain Law & Order in the District, ensure that all development projects in the District are as per the guidelines laid down by the Government/implementing agencies, ensure smooth coordination between various Departments including Police and Security Forces such Assam Rifles, BSF, CRPF etc in the District, etc. They head a number of various Committees and Bodies, some of which are District Rural Development Agency (Under RD), District Mission Authority (DMA under SSA), District Level National Rural Health Mission, District Sports Council, Vice Chairman of District Planning and Development Board, etc. Under the Financial and Cognate Rules 1964, Deputy Commissioners are empowered to appoint to various posts under their jurisdictions at the Grade – III and Grade – IV levels. The Deputy Commissioner is charged with the Powers of Executive Head of the District Administration. Daily controlling of Law & Order situation in close Co-ordination with the Police & Paramilitary Forces for maintenance and Prevalence of Peace and Tranquility in the District. Controlling and supervising daily functions of the Village Councils, VDB, Municipals and Town Councils in the District. In co-ordination with the Heads of Development Departments for execution of various Schemes/Projects in the District. The Deputy Commissioner is the Chairman of District Security Co-ordination Committee/District Collector/District Magistrate. He is also the Session Judge in matters of Criminals case where he can award Death Penalty to Culprits. As per Police Manual the Deputy Commissioner is the Head of Police Administration in the District.
The Deputy Commissioner of the District in Nagaland (Naga Hills) is empowered by Section No.14 of the Rules for Administration of Justice and Police in Naga Hills Act 1937 amended in 1984, to impose unlimited amount of Collective Fines on Community/Village.
Additional Deputy Commissioner of a Sub-division: The ADC of a Sub-Division is the overall authority of the Sub-Division in Administrative matters. Depending on the size and structure of the Sub-Division, there may be one or more SDO (C) Sub-Divisions and/or one or more EAC Circles under the ADC headed by SDO (C) or EAC as the case maybe. Powers and duties are similar, though on a smaller scale, like that of a DC of a District.
Sub-Divisional Officers of a Sub-division: In short known as SDO (Civil), these posts are usually mend by Officers of Civil Services at the level of Higher Junior Grade officers of the NCS or Junior Grade officers of the IAS, i.e., in the rank of an Under Secretary at the Civil Secretariat. SDO (C) are responsible for maintaining Law and Order in their Sub-Divisions, ensuring that developmental activities are implemented as per the guidelines, coordinate security related activities and also between the activities of various Departments in the Sub-Division, etc. Their duties and responsibilities are similar to that of the EACs, except that they look after a Sub-Division.
Extra Assistant Commissioner of a Circle (EAC): The powers of duties of an EAC can be easily understood from the charter of duties which are as laid down below:
- Law & Order monitoring and reporting, thereof.
- Settlement of village land disputes.
- Trial of cases.
- Village Council elections
- Verification & Certification for new village recognition.
- Village visit: 2 villages in a month and submission of report with their finding and observation.
- Office correspondence.
- Disaster Management
- Verification & Certification of projects under LADP.
- Verification & Certification of projects under Rural Development.
- Verification & Certification of persons while issuing of Job Cards under NREGA (National Rural Employment Guarantee, Act) programmes and issue certificates after verification of jobs/works carried out under the programme.
- Verification of Programme/Project implementation under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA).
- Verification of Programme/Project implementation under National Rural Health Mission (NRHM)
- Verification & Certification of projects carried out by the VDBs under their respective jurisdictions.
- Verification & Certification of projects under NEPED.
- Verification of PMRY and CM Corpus fund schemes.
- Caretaker of Community Information Centers/ IT related matters in their jurisdiction.
- Verification & Certification of all Communitized programmes.
The Powers and Duties of Administrative Officers are as described in the Rules for Administration of Justice and Police in Nagaland, 1937, wherein, Policing, Criminal Justice, Civil, and Arms and Ammunition rules are defined. However, with the Separation of Judiciary from the Executive, most judicial powers have been transferred to the Judicial System. The Executive Magisterial powers being still vested with the District Administration.
There are a number of Ministerial Staffs in each Administrative Office and these Staffs assists the Officers in the discharge of their duties by undertaking work such as filing, record keeping, compiling, etc. In Commissioner’s Office there is a Registrar, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, UDAs, LDAs, Typists, Stenographers, Peons, Chowkidars and Sweepers. In the District Headquarters there are no Registrars, though all the other Staffs mentioned above are present in varying strength, depending on the availability of sanctioned posts.
THE PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN DECISION MAKING PROCESS INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY:
Each Employee is assigned with respective subject matter as indicated at manual II above. Each employee on direction of the Commissioner or DC or ADC shall process the file which is put up to the office Supdt. along with all connected documents in the respective/ relevant file. The office Supdt. shall further put up to the EAC and ADC depending on the subject matter which shall invariably route through DC HQ before the final decision is taken by the commissioner.
In the matter of certain issues requiring the approval of the State Govt., all such relevant issues are taken up with Home Dept. Govt. of Nagaland. Thereafter, on obtaining the approval of the state Govt. it is endorsed to the Districts, Sub-Division and circles which will be further disseminated to the villages in the respective districts.
Norms set for discharge of its functions:
Each Government servant is bound by various rules and regulation set by the state Government rules for Executives business with amendment from time to time, Various government orders, office memorandum, Handbook of office procedure etc are few of the basis on which the subject matter contained therein act as norm for discharge of its function.
Commissioner office has introduced the computerized biometric attendance system for effective attendance of its employees so as to discharge its duties and functions in the interest of public service.
THE RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING ITS FUNCTIONS:
There are various rules and regulations including notifications, circulars, etc, which are with the Department and also used for discharging its duties. The important rules, regulations, notifications, etc., are as follows:
|1||Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation, 1873||For the purpose of Inner line permit||Judicial Branch|
|2||Manual on Computerization of ILP issuance.||For the purpose of Inner Line Permit Computerization.||All ILP issuance centers in the districts.|
|3||Indian Penal Code (IPC)||Magisterial purpose||All Officers are required to have a copy.|
|4||Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC)||-do-||-do-|
|5||Civil Procedure Code (CPC)||-do-||-do-|
|6||Nagaland Government Servant (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1969||Service control rules||Establishment branch|
|7||Nagaland Village & Area Council Act 1978||Administration of the Villages in Nagaland||General Branch|
|8||Right to Information Act, 2005||Regarding information dissipation and sharing.||Establishment branch.|
Where all Acts of the Legislature are found, including the rules and regulations for administration, village acts, etc.
|Acts legislated by the Nagaland Legislative Assembly and other regulations.||Judicial Branch|
A Statement of the Categories of documents that are held by it or under its control:
|1||Land related papers||Open to public||Revenue branches of the DC offices|
|2||Employee roll for pay and other details.||Open to public||Accounts branch|
|3||Details of GBs||Open to public||Revenue branch|
|4||Notifications such as GB Corpus fund, formation of various boards for management of the fund, etc.||Open to public||Revenue branch|
|5||Office Memorandum||Open to public for viewing and copying.||With various branches depending on topics.|
|6||Special ILP documents||Open to Public for viewing only.||Confidential branch.|
|7||Nagaland Directorate Ministerial Service Rules 2006.
|Open to public||Establishment branch.|
|8||Vehicle and attachment of vehicles to officers details.||Open to public||Transport branch|
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 ADMINISTRATION :
There are no particulars of any ready made arrangement that exist for consultation with or representation made by the members of the public for formulating a policy or implementation thereon. However, the district administration, based on inputs from the village authorities, oversees the implementation of various developmental activities in their respective jurisdictions. These inputs are also used for preparing proposals for developmental activities under departments such as DRDA, where the Deputy Commissioner is the Chief Executive Officer, and other boards where the DC is the chairman.
A STATEMENT OF BOARDS, COUNCIL, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES CONSTITUTED AS ITS PART OR FOR THE PURPOSE OF ITS ADVICE, AND AS TO WHETHER MEETINGS OF THOSE BOARDS, COUNCIL, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, OR THE MINUTES OF SUCH MEETINGS ARE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC:
There are various committees and Boards consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its Advice.
- Departmental promotion committee to take up promotion/regularization cases of employees.
- Committee to look into the provision under assured career progression scheme for its employees.
iii. Delivery Board for examination of items received from the Government suppliers.
- Vehicle condemnation Board
- Office equipments/furniture condemnation board
- Screening Committee for taking up promotion cases which are taken up in the Government level.
vii. Any other committee that is either appointed by commissioner Nagaland or by the State Government involving officers of Commissioner on any pertaining issue.
Directory of its officers & employees:
The district administration under the Commissioner Nagaland at present has the following offices under its jurisdiction:
The District Administration under the Commissioner Nagaland at present has the following Offices under its jurisdiction:
- Office of the Commissioner, Nagaland, Kohima
- Kohima District.
- Deputy Commissioner Office Kohima
- ADC Office Tseminyu
- ADC Office Chiephobozou
- SDO (C) Office Jakhama
- SDO (C) Office Sechü (Zubza)
- Kezocha EAC Headquarter
- Chongizun EAC Headquarter
- Botsa EAC Headquarter
- Mokokchung District
- DC Office Mokokchung
- ADC Office Tuli
- ADC Office Mangkolemba
- SDO (C) Office Changtongya
- SDO (C)/BM, Tsurangkong
- Alongkima EAC Headquarter
- Longchem EAC Headquarter
- Ongpangkong EAC Headquarter
- Kubulong EAC Headquarter
- Chuchuyimlang EAC Headquarter
- Merangmen EAC Headquarter
- TUENSANG DISTRICT
- DC Office Tuensang
- ADC Office Noklak
- ADC Office Shamator
- ADC Office Longkhim
- SDO (C) Office Noksen
- SDO (C) Office Thonoknyu
- SDO (C) Office Chessore
- Panso EAC Headquarter
- Chare EAC Headquarter
- Tsurungto EAC Headquarter
- Nokhu EAC Headquarter
- Chingmei EAC Headquarter
- Ngoungchung EAC Headquarter
- Mangko EAC Headquarter
- Sotokur EAC Headquater
- Sangsangnyu EAC Headquarter
V . MON DISTRICT
- DC Office Mon
- ADC Office Tobu
- ADC Office Tizit
- ADC Office Aboi
- ADC Office Naginimora
- SDO(C) Office Phomching
- SDO(C) Office Wakching
- SDO (C) Office Manyakshu
- SDO (C) Office Chen
- SDO (C) Office Angjangyang
- Longshen EAC Headquarter
- Hunta EAC Headquarter
- Mopung EAC Headquarter
- Shangyu EAC Headquarter
- Longching EAC Headquarter
VI . PHEK DISTRICT
- C Office Phek
- ADC Office Pfutsero
- ADC Office Meluri
- ADC Office Chazouba
- SDO (C) Office Chizami
- Sakraba EAC Headquarter
- Sekruzu EAC Headquarter
- Phukongri EAC Headquarter
- Khezhakeno EAC Headquarter
- Chetheba EAC Headquarter
- Khuza EAC Headquarter
- Zuketsa EAC Headquarter
- Phor EAC Headquarter
- Razieba EAC Headquarter
- Lephory EAC Headquarter
- WOKHA DISTRICT
- C Office Wokha
- ADC Office Bhandari
- ADC Office DHEP
- ADC Office Sanis
- SDO (C) Office Ralan
- Sungro EAC Headquarter
- Bhagty EAC Headquarter
- Aitepyong EAC Headquarter
- Lotsü EAC Headquarter
- Chukitong EAC Headquarter
- Changpang EAC Headquarter
- Wozhuro EAC Headquarter
- Englan EAC Headquarter
- ZUNHEBOTO DISTRICT
- C Office Zunheboto
- ADC Office Pughoboto
- ADC Office Aghunato
- ADC Office Satakha
- SDO (C) Office Akuluto
- ADC’s Office Atoizu
- SDO (C) Office Suruhuto
- Asuto EAC Headquarter
- Satoi EAC Headquarter
- K. EAC Headquarter
- Ghatashi EAC Headquarter
- Saptiqa EAC Headquarter
- Akuhaito EAC Headquarter
- Hoshepu EAC Headquarter
- DIMAPUR DISTRICT
- DC Office Dimapur
- ADC Office Niuland
- ADC Office Medziphema
- SDO (C) Office Dhansiripar
- SDO (C) Office Kuhuboto
- Nihokhu EAC Headquarter
- Chumukedima (Seithekema) EAC Headquarter
- Aghunaqa EAC Headquarter
- LONGLENG DISTRICT
- DC Office Longleng
- ADC Office Tamlu
- Yongya EAC Headquarter
- Sakshi EAC Headquarter
- Namsang EAC Headquarter
- Yachem EAC Headquarter
- KIPHIRE DISTRICT
- DC Office Kiphire
- ADC Office Seyochung
- ADC Office Pungro
- Sitimi EAC Headquarter
- Longmatra EAC Headquarter
- Kiusam EAC Headquarter
- Amahator EAC Headquarter
- Khonsa EAC Headquarter
- PEREN DISTRICT
- DC Office Peren
- ADC Office Tening
- ADC Office Jalukie
- Athibung SDO (C) Headquarter
- Nsong EAC Headquarter
- Ngwalwa EAC Headquarter
- Kebai Khelma EAC Headquarter
The monthly remuneration received by each of its officer & employees including the system of compensation as provided in regulations:
THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH AGENCY INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENT MADE:
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Implementation of subsidy programmes:
No such programmes are handled by this department
Particulars of recipient of concessions, permits or authorization granted by aid:
The District Administration is responsible for grant of permits only of the following categories:
- Inner Line Permits (ILP): to non-local Indian citizen for entry into the State beyond the Inner Line. There are two categories under this permit, the first is for tourist and is valid for 15 days. The second is for working/business persons and is valid for 3 (three) months. Fees as prescribed by the Government are charged depending on the category of permit applied for.
- Special Inner Line Permit (Special ILP): to Catholic Christian Missionaries who are Indian Citizens for entry into the State beyond the Inner line. This permit is valid for 2 (two) years. An amount of Rs.200/- (Rupees Two Hundred) only per permit is charged as administrative charges.
- Gun Licence: At present Issuing of Gun Licences is banned all over the State, though, this was earlier issued by the District Administration.
- Gaon Buras (GB) Corpus Fund: GBs are village elders authorized by the Government to act as assistants to DCs in village/colony administration. They have been playing a vital role in the governance of the State since the time of British Administration and still are a vital component of the Government. The Government has introduced a Corpus Fund Scheme for the GBs and under this Scheme, GBs are entitled to certain monetary benefits, on retirement or death as the case may be, as given below:
a. Rs.5, 000/-(Rupees five thousand) only provided he has rendered continuous voluntary service as GB for a minimum period of 10 years.
b. Rs.15, 000/-(Rupees fifteen thousand) only provided he has rendered continuous voluntary service as GB for a minimum period of 15 years and above.
c. In order to implement this Corpus Fund/Welfare Scheme, recommendations from the districts are to be submitted to the State Level Board comprising of the following:
The Commissioner Nagaland : Chairman
The DC (HQ) : Member Secy.
GB Representatives (President+1) : 2 Members
Home Department : Member
Finance Department : Member
Sr.Accounts Officer : Member
The District Level Committee in the respective district will consist of the following members:
|i.||Addl. Deputy Commissioner of the District||Chairman|
|ii.||President of the district GB Union||Member|
|iii.||Secretary of the district GB Union||Member|
|iv.||Political Assistant to DC||Member|
|v.||EAC (Sadar)||Member Secy.|
Details information available to, or held by its reduced in an electronic form:
|Sl.No.||Documents||Electronic form||Held by|
|1||Land related papers||Original papers are not in electronic form. However, some of the DC Offices have the data in the computer hard disks.||Revenue Branches of the DC Offices|
|2||Employee roll for pay and other details.||Available in the hard disk of computers and can be made available on CDs.||Accounts Branch in the Office of the Commissioner Nagaland.|
|3||Details of GBs||Available in the hard disk of computers and can be made available on CDs.||Revenue Branch in the Office of the Commissioner Nagaland.|
|4||Notifications such as GB Corpus fund, formation of various boards for management of the fund, etc.||Available only in hard copy.||Revenue Branch|
|5||Office Memorandum||Available only in hard copy. Some of the latest Office Memorandum will be available on the internet.||With various Branches depending on subject matter.|
|6||Special ILP data||Available in the hard disk.||Confidential Branch.|
|7||Nagaland Directorate Ministerial Service Rules 2006.||Available in the hard disk and can be given in CD on request and payment of prescribed charges.||Establishment Branch.|
|8||Vehicle and attachment of vehicles to Officers details.||Available in hard disk.||Office server.|
|9||Administrative manual in compliance with provision under RTI Act.||Available in hard disk and can be made available in CD on payment.||Office server.|
|10||Budget sub allocation to all DDOs under District Administration||Available in hard disk.||Accounts Branch|
Facilities available to citizens for obtaining information:
Information can be made available to citizens on all office working days except on Wednesdays. The office timings are:
- Summer : 0930 Hrs to 1630 hrs
- Winter : 0900 Hrs to 1600 hrs
Display of Notice Board, Circulars, Press releases thru media, Website of Commissioner offices are some of the facilities made available to its citizen other physical facilities in the office of Commissioners include Canteen facility on payment, Clean Toilet with running water, Waiting room etc for the citizen.
|Sl.||Facility Available||Nature of information||Working hours|
|1||Notice Board||Notices, Circulars||24 X 7|
||24 X 7|
|Printed Manual||Books, journals, magazines etc.||All working days
(10:00 AM to 4:00 PM)
|Inspection of Records in the Office||On any matter||All working days
(10:00 AM to 4:00 PM)
|5||System of issuing of copies of documents||
||All working days|
Names designations for P.I.O:
LIST OF APIO, PIO AND APPELLATE AUTHORITIES IN DISTRICTS
|1||Office of the Commissioner Nagaland||Asst. Commr (HQ)||ADC (HQ)||Commissioner Nagaland|
|2||DC Office Kohima||EAC (Rev)||ADC||DC|
|3||DC Office Mokokchung||EAC (Rev)||ADC||DC|
|4||DC Office Tuensang||EAC (Rev)||ADC||DC|
|5||DC Office Mon||EAC (Rev)||ADC||DC|
|6||DC Office Zunheboto||EAC (Rev)||ADC||DC|
|7||DC Office Wokha||EAC (Rev)||ADC||DC|
|8||DC Office Phek||EAC (Rev)||ADC||DC|
|9||DC Office Dimapur||EAC (Rev)||ADC||DC|
|10||DC Office Peren||EAC (Rev)||SDO (C)||DC|
|11||DC Office Longleng||EAC (Rev)||SDO (C)||DC|
|12||DC Office Kiphire||EAC (Rev)||SDO (C)||DC|
LIST OF APIO IN THE SUB-DIVISIONS
|1||ADC Office Chiephobozou||EAC||DC of the district|
|2||ADC Office Tseminyu||EAC||DC of the district|
|3||ADC Office Tuli||EAC||DC of the district|
|4||ADC Office Mangkolemba||EAC||DC of the district|
|5||ADC Office Noklak||EAC||DC of the district|
|6||ADC Office Shamator||EAC||DC of the district|
|7||ADC Office Longkhim||EAC||DC of the district|
|8||ADC Office Tobu||EAC||DC of the district|
|9||ADC Office Tizit||EAC||DC of the district|
|10||ADC Office Naginimora||EAC||DC of the district|
|11||ADC Office Aboi||EAC||DC of the district|
|12||ADC Office Aghunato||EAC||DC of the district|
|13||ADC Office Pughoboto||EAC||DC of the district|
|14||ADC Office Bhandari||EAC||DC of the district|
|15||ADC Office Pfutsero||EAC||DC of the district|
|16||ADC Office Chozouba||EAC||DC of the district|
|17||ADC Office Meluri||EAC||DC of the district|
|18||ADC Office Niuland||EAC||DC of the district|
|19||ADC Office Medziphema||EAC||DC of the district|
Note: In case of absence of the Designated Officer, the Head of the Office will designate any other Officer as the PIO for that period.
MANUAL � XVII:
SUCH OTHER INFORMATIONS AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED AND THEREAFTER UPDATED EVERY YEAR:.
Every year in the month of January, the Department will initiate for updating the information given in this Manual and publish the updated publication by the last week of April in the same year.