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DEPARTMENT OF POWER : GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND
MANUAL � 1 : Particulars of the Organisation, Functions and Duties.
The Right to Information Bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha in December 2004 and passed by both the houses of Parliament in May 2005. The Act was notified in ‘The Gazette of India ‘on 21st June, 2005 and became operational by the 12th October 2005. The Right to Information Act (RTI Act) will cover all levels of government i.e GOI, State, district and local self governing bodies like Village councils/Panchayats and Municipal bodies. It will also cover non-governmental organizations that are financed substantially with public funds provided by the Government.
The citizens’ right to information has not been explicitly mentioned in the fundamental rights chapter of the Constitution and therefore the RTI Act 2005 was passed by the Parliament to enable all citizens to use their fundamental right to access information from public bodies. This means, every citizen has the right to seek information from any of the bodies as mentioned above wherein it becomes mandatory for the department/body to make the information available as sought for.
The main objective of the manual is to publish details and activities of the department, to the maximum extent of information possible that will be of interest to the common people, so that the need for requesting information in future is minimized in accordance to Sec.4 of RTI Act, 2005.
- Name of the Organisation: Department of Power, Kohima Nagaland.
Department of Power, Nagaland is responsible for generation, transmission and distribution of power in the state. The restricted peak demand of the state is about 115 MW. The energy requirement of the state during 2013-14 was around 680 MU but the availability was 640 MU. Bulk of this energy was purchased from the central sector with the lone State generating station, Likim-ro, accounting for 104.12 MU.
- MISSION AND VISION STATEMENT: The main mission and vision of the Department adopted is “POWER TO ALL ON DEMAND”.
- OBJECTIVES: The main aim and objective of the Department is to reach quality power supply to all categories of consumers both in Urban and Rural areas by constructing Transmission lines, Sub-stations etc. Other function includes maintenance of Transmission and Distribution lines to minimize power supply interruptions and finally the Revenue Collection.
ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE : The organizational structure of Power Department are as under :Click here
Particulars of Power Department in the Civil Secretariat� Organization, Functions and Duties
The Hon�ble Minister of the Department is assisted by a Commissioner & Secretary who, with 2 (Two) Deputy Secretaries and other ministerial staff as below comprise the Administrative Department:
The Hon’ble Minister of the Department is assisted by Commissioner & Secretary who, 1 (one) Additioan Secretary, 1 (one) Joint Secretary, 1 (one) Deputy Secretaries and other ministerial staff as below comprise the Administrative Department:
- Commissioner & Secretary : 1 No.
- Additional Secretary : 1 No.
- Joint Secretary : 1 No.
- Deputy Secretary : 1 No.
- Section Officer : 1 No.
- Junior Section Officer : 2 Nos.
- Secretariat Assistant : 2 Nos.
- LDA : 1 No.
- Steno : 1 No.
- Typist : 3 Nos.
- Peon : 4 Nos.
The Directorate structure of the Department is a vertically bifurcated two functioning Directorates, with Engineer-in-Chief in the top of the Organizational pyramid as Head of department (HoD). Chief Engineer (Transmission & Generation) and Chief Engineer (Distribution & Revenue) heading the two Directorates respectively.
Directorate of Transmission & Generation
- Chief Engineer (E) : 1 No.
- Chief Engineer (E) : 1 No.
- Chief Engineer (C) : 1 No.
- Superintending Engineer (E) : 2 Nos.
- Executive Engineer (E) : 5 Nos.
- Executive Engineer (C) : 4 Nos.
- Registrar : 1 No.
- Sub-Divisional Officer (E) : 12 Nos.
- Engineer (E) : 1 No.
- Sub-Divisional Officer (C) : 11 Nos.
- Superintendent : 4 Nos.
- Superintendent : 5 Nos.
- Junior Engineer (E) : 12 Nos.
- Junior Engineer (C) : 31 Nos.
- Field Staff : 236 Nos.
- Ministerial staff : 730 Nos.
- Accounts Officer : 1 No.
- Accounts Staff : 75 Nos.
Directorate of Distribution & Revenue
- Chief Engineer (E) : 1 No.
- Chief Engineer : 1 No.
- Superintending Engineer (E) : 3 Nos.
- Executive Engineer (E) : 15 Nos.
- Sub-Divisional Officer (E) : 40 Nos.
- Junior Engineer (E) : 110 Nos.
- Junior Engineer (MIS) : 5 Nos.
- Field Staff : 1265 Nos.
Address of the Organization:
- Commissioner & Secretary, Power Department, Nagaland Civil Secretariat, Kohima.
- Engineer In Chief (T&G), Department of Power, Nagaland, Kohima.
Phone: 0370-2243149, Fax – 0370-2240178
- Chief Engineer (D&R), Department of Power, Nagaland, Kohima.
Phone: 0370-2243149, Fax – 0370-2224423
Office Time: As per Govt. notification issued from time to time.
MANUAL II : Powers and duties of Officers and Employees.
- Details of Powers and duties of officers: Name and Designation given in Manual IX
Powers and Duties of the Administrative Office:
|1||Commissioner & Secretary||Supervision of the Department as Administrative Head; Giving right direction to the Department; Framing plan and policy in relation to the Department under the Hon’ble Minister of the Department.|
|2||Additional Secretary||To assist the Commissioner & Secretary in running the Administrative Department; to supervise the branch; etc|
Powers and Duties of the Directorate:
- Chief Engineer and Addl. Chief Engineer (HoD):
The Chief Engineer is the head of department and is responsible for the efficient administration and direction of the overall establishment and works within its jurisdiction. He exercises full technical and supervisory control over the Officers and staff in the department. He is assisted by two Additional Chief Engineers, four SE (Elect), one SE (Civil), Executive Engineers & other officers in the Directorate. His Administrative & Financial powers are as per NPWD code and Delegation Financial & Cognate Power Rules 1964 amended from time to time.
- Superintending Engineer:There are two Electrical and one Civil Circle headed by Superintending Engineers. Superintending Engineer is responsible for supervision of various works under divisions under his circle as per the NPWD code. The two SE (Elect) are also the designated Chief Executive Officers for works taken up under Accelerated Power Development Reforms Programme (APDRP) under their respective circles. His Administrative & Financial powers are as per NPWD code and Delegation Financial & Cognate Power Rules 1964 amended from time to time.
- Executive Engineers (Divisional Officers):The Executive Engineers in the Divisions are the executive unit of the department and he is responsible and accountable for the efficient execution and measurement of all works within his division. He can appoint and dismiss work charged employees subject to the powers delegated to him. He is responsible for supervision of various works under the sub-divisions under his division and he is also the DDO for all works and disbursement of salaries and wages of all employees under his division. He is also responsible for overall operation & maintenance of Transmission, Distribution and Revenue Management within his division. A Divisional Accounts is posted Treasuries & Accounts to assist the Divisional Officer in all accounts matters as per NPWD & Account code.
- Sub-Divisional Officer:The Sub-Divisional Officers are responsible to the Executive Engineer for all management and execution of works within his sub-division. A sub-division is constituted by a number of sections, for which a Junior Engineer (JE) is posted to assist the Sub-Divisional Officer. The SDO (Elect) are responsible and accountable for billing, collection and accounting of Electricity Bills within his sub-division. Activities like new service connection, disconnection & Reconnection of supply, consumer servicing, operation & maintenance of lines and sub-stations are enforced by the SDO (Elect) under the direction & supervision of the Executive Engineer.
Duties and responsibilities of Grade – III Staff: List of names in Annex-I
|Sl. No.||Designation of employee||Duty allotment|
|1||Registrar||Head of the Establishment branches/sections of the Directorate. All Files except technical matters are routed through him by all the office superintendents under his control. He is also responsible for enforcing discipline, punctuality and regular attendance of all staff under his administrative control. He reports directly to Chief Engineer (Power).|
|2||Superintendent||Head of the Establishment of concerned branches in the directorate. All Files of the branch are routed through him/her under his/her control to the Registrar.|
|3||Head Assistant||Head of the Establishment branch in the division office/ sub-division office. All the corresponding files of the office are routed through him/her. He is also responsible for enforcing discipline, punctuality and regular attendance of all staff under his administrative control. He reports directly to the Executive Engineer/Sub-Divisional Officer|
|4||Ministerial staff UDA/LDA||Compiling and recording of all official correspondence as endorsed/assigned by the office superintendent or /DHA/SDHA|
|5||Meter Reader||Overall responsible for taking meter reading of the consumer and distribution of electricity Bills to the consumers for payment of Electricity Bills.|
|6||Bill Assistant||Keeping the records of meter Reading, posting of bills and payment of Electricity Bill details in the consumers’ ledger.|
|7||Field Staff Lineman/Asst Lineman/Electrician||New Electrification works, Operation & Maintenance of overhead HT/LT lines and sub-stations, Fuse call duties, New service connections, Disconnection & Reconnection of line.|
MANUAL � III : The procedure followed in decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability.
|Sl. No.||Activity||Level of Action||Time Frame|
|1||New Electrification works||Electrification works including power projects throughout the state are undertaken by the department of power. Most of the projects are funded under CSS/State plan and negotiated loan.
Most of the works are executed departmentally through various Electrical, Transmission, generation and civil Circles & divisions, though some works are also executed through turn-key contract under the supervision of the Superintending Engineers/Executive Engineers/SDO /JE of the department.
For works taken up departmentally, procurement of materials is done centrally by the Chief Engineer (Power) after observing all codal formalities as per NPWD code and Financial and cognate power rules 1964 amended from time to time. Thereafter, the works are executed by the working divisions as per the technical specifications, work schedule and allocation of fund.
On the recommendation of the Chief Engineer (Power), the fund for executing works are made available to the DDOs i.e Executive Engineers in the form of Drawal Authority by the Govt. The funds are utilized after observing all NPWD and Account codes. The Executive Engineers are responsible and accountable for all such works and expenditures. Monthly accounts as per the Account code are submitted to the Accountant General Nagaland. The Accountant General Conducts Audit of all transactions of the department on a yearly basis.
3 to 6 MonthsMajor Power project: 5 to 6 Years
|2||Operation & Maintenance||Maintenance works include Transmission, distribution, sub-stations, transformers, power stations, buildings and roads etc.
Routine preventive Maintenance: This is done in order to avoid total breakdown and the resultant prolonged blackout due to breakdown of electrical lines and equipments. It includes replacement/servicing of old equipments like insulators, conductors, poles, transformers and other protective switchgears, augmentation of overloaded transformers, filtration & replacement of damaged transformer oil, among others.
Breakdown Maintenance: This can happen due to line faults in transmission & distribution lines, damage of transformers, generators, turbines etc. Department have to take shutdown of the lines/substations/generating stations as the case maybe and carry out repair and replacement works for restoration of power supply.
Depends on the nature and extent of breakdown
|3||New Service connection||This activity is to provide power connections to consumers. The intending consumers can approach the respective Executive Engineers/SDO (Elect)
. The new service connections are provided on payment of the cost of materials by the intending consumers.
Within 1 month.
|4||Consumer servicing||Department provides this facility to the consumers for restoration of power supply during disruptions. Fuse call centres with telephone are available in towns manned by the technical personals for the consumers to avail the services. In the villages, the consumers can directly approach the field staff posted.||As soon as possible.|
|5||Revenue Management||Department of power is responsible for billing and collection of electricity bills in the state. The electricity bills are prepared and served on a monthly basis based on the number of units consumed by the consumers which is recorded in the meters fitted in the consumer’s premise. The tariff is decided by the Govt. which varies from category of the consumers like Domestic, Commercial, Industrial, Bulk etc.
The consumers can pay electricity bills in the office of the SDO (Elect) of the area or other payment counters authorized by the department. The consumers are required to pay their electricity bills within 45 days. In case of non-payment, 7 days notice for payment is served to the consumers, failing which the power supply is disconnected by the department. Reconnection of power supply is effected only on receipt of the full payment of the dues along with Disconnection & Reconnection charges as prescribed in the Tariff.
All such records of the transactions of bill and payments are maintained in the respective offices of the SDO (Elect).
The Revenue collection of the Department for 2012-13 was Rs. 67.60 Cr.
The Department is headed by a Commissioner & Secretary who is the Administrative Head of the department. All works are executed by the department after obtaining Administrative sanction from the Commissioner & Secretary. Chief Engineer (G&T) and Addl. Chief Engineer (D&R) are the HoD’s and exercises full technical & financial power conferred by the delegation of Financial & Cognate Power Rules 1964 amended from time to time and NPWD code.
MANUAL � IV : The norms set for discharge of functions:
The following are the norms / standards set by the department for execution of various activities / programmes.
- Transmission, Generation& Distribution:
The following clearances are obtained before execution of any generation projects.
- Environment and forest clearances as per the norms of the Ministry of Environment & Forest (MOEF) as required.
- Techno-economic clearances as per the norms of the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and the Central Water Commission (CWC) for generation projects.
- Pollution clearance as per the norms of the State Pollution Control Board for Transmission and Generation projects.
- Construction of road – As per NPWD code
- Construction of buildings – the norms as per the NPWD code
- All transmission & distribution works – The norms of the Indian Electricity Rules, 1956.
- Survey & Investigation for Various Power Projects:
The norms set by the Central Water Commission (CWC), Geological Survey of India (GSI), Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) is followed. Further, the norms of the Ministry of Environment & Forest are followed for the Environmental Impact Assessment.
NPWD code and Delegation of Financial and cognate Power Rules 1964, amended from time to time.
MANUAL � V : The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions.
|Sl. No.||Name of the Acts, Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual, Records etc.||Type of Document||Brief gist of the document||From where one can get a copy (Name/Phone No. Fax/e-mail/address etc.||Fee charged by the deptt. for a copy of rules, regulations, instructions, manual & records, (if any) Or the price incase of priced publications|
|1||Indian Electricity Rules 1956||Rules||Guidelines & technical specifications for Electrical installations including standards for safety.||Book Stall||This is a priced publication by the Govt. of India|
|2||Indian Electricity Act 2003||Act||Reforms & Restructuring of power sector in generation, Transmission & Distribution.
National electricity policy licensing, transmission, distribution, tariff regulation, works of
licensees, electricity regulatory Commission.
|Book Stall||This is a priced publication by the Govt. of India|
|3||General Conditions of Supply||Rules||Procedures & Conditions for
New connections, billing & payment of electricity bills, Tariff.
|Office of the Chief Engineer (Power), Kohima, on demand.|
|4||Additional General Conditions of Supply of Electricity to villages 2002||Rules||Same as above for VEMBs under Communitisation programme.||Office of the Chief Engineer (Power), Kohima, on demand.|
|5||Model Rules 2002 for Communitisation of Electricity Management in Villages.||Rules & Procedures||Implementation of Single point Metering, formation of VEMBs, billing & payment of bills through VEMBs.||Office of the Chief Engineer (Power), Kohima, on demand.|
MANUAL � VI : A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control.
|Sl. No.||Name/Nature/Category of the document.||Name of the document & its introduction in one line||Procedure to obtain the document||Held by/under control of|
|1||Land and buildings||Sale deeds, Land allotment etc||–||Department|
|2||Agreements||Power Purchase, Agreement with Consumers, Contract Agreements.||–||Department|
|3||Tender Bid documents||For works||–||Department|
|4||List of Consumers & other details||Consumer ledger||–||Sub-Divisions|
|5||Measurement Books||Measurement of works||Not for sale||Divisions|
|6||Monthly Account||Monthly receipt & expenditure account||–||Divisions|
|7||Stock Account||Stock receipt & issue||–||Divisional stores|
MANUAL � 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 administration.
There is no such policies where public representation is required in formulation of the policies except in matters related to Communitization of Electricity Management in Villages & Urban Areas where public are represented by Village/Urban Electricity Management Boards.
MANUAL � VIII : A statement of boards, Council, Committees and other bodies constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meeting of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.
Please provide information on boards, councils committees and other bodies related to the public authority in the following format :
- Name and address of the Affiliated Body : Annex- III (List of VEMBs)
- Type of Affiliated Body : Boards
- Brief introduction of the Affiliated Body :
- a) Formation of Village Electricity Management Board (VEMB) from 2002-03 onwards
- b) Distribution of bills & Collection in the village and payment to the department.
- c) Control of theft of energy, safe custody of lines & equipments
- d) Coordinate with the department for stable and quality power supply.
- e) Incentive @ 20% Role of the Affiliated Body : Management of Electricity in the village with a Business Partnership with the department.
- Structure and Member Composition : 5 to 9 members representing each khel. Minimum of at least one Woman member
- Head of the Body : The Chairman
- Address of main office and its Branches : As per the Annex- (List of VEMBs)
- Frequency of meetings : Once in every month
- Whether meetings open to public ? : Can Participate
10.Whether minutes accessible to public ? : Yes. Apply to the Board.
Manual IX : A Directory of its officers and employees
Directory of Officers and Staff of Nagaland Civil Secretariat, Kohima
Directorate of Engineer-in-Chief
|2||Er. Temjensangba||A.C.E||9862532760||Asst. Chief Engineer O/o E-in-C|
|3||Smti. Imtikumla||Registrar||9436267392||Registrar O/o E-in-C|
Directorate of Transmission & Generation
|1||Er.Rokozhalie Angami||CE (T&G)||9436005605||CE (T&G)|
|2||Er.K.K.Awomi||Addl. CE(T&G)||9612164583||Addl. CE(T&G)|
|3||Er.Indianoba Tally||SE (E)||9436208715||SE(Gen) O/o E-in-C(T&G)|
|4||Er.Shikato Sema||SE(E)||9436003338||SE(Trans) O/o E-in-C(T&G)|
|5||Er. Vitoshe K Rochill||Addl.CE (C)||9436002420||Addl.CE(C) O/o CE (T&G)|
|6||Er.V.Nakhro||SE (C)||9436000829||SE (C) Circle|
|7||Er. Mhonlumo Kikon||EE (E)||9436005616||EE (T)MKG|
|8||Er.P.Yanthan||EE (E)||9436010285||EE (E) Generation|
|9||Er. B.Tiameren||EE (E)||9436260852||EE (T) Kma.|
|10||Er. Suralo||EE (E)||8787629950||EE (T) O/o E-in-C|
|11||Er.Nitovi.A.Wotsa||EE (E)||9856052256||EE (T) DMR.|
|12||Er. Visakho Therie||EE (C)||9436000573||EE (Civil) Hydro Kma|
|13||Er. Anthony N Dzuvichu||EE (C)||9436011231||EE (C) Likimro|
|14||Er. Neiyie Neikha||EE (C)||9436601409||EE (C) O/o E-in-C (T&G)|
|15||Er. N.C. Tiwari||EE (C)||9436601312||EE (Civil) Hydel Kma|
|16||Er. Chonrothung Ezung||SDO (E)||9436002217||SDO(E) O/o EE(T) Dmp|
|17||Er. Shiludi Longkumer||SDO (E)||9856070292||SDO (E) O/o EE(T)Mkg.|
|18||Er. Chubatemsu Ao||SDO (E)||8729921754||SDO (T) Kiphire.|
|19||Er. Lengminlal Singson||SDO (E)||9089874703||SDO (T) Kma.|
|20||Er. T. Thungbemo||SDO (E)||9612724249||AE (E) Trans MKG|
|21||Er. Thanyalo Kath||SDO (E)||7005603152||SDO(TC) O/oCE (T&G)|
|22||Er. Rokobeito Iralu||SDO (E)||9436832020||SDO (T) Dmp|
|23||Er. T. Nyoingam Konyak||SDO (E)||9366279155||SDO(TC) O/oCE (T&G)|
|24||Er. Miaziekho Kehie||SDO (TC)||9089490980||SDO(TC) O/oCE (T&G)|
|25||Er. C. Trongdise Sangtam||SDO (TC)||9862692378||SDO(TC) O/oCE (T&G)|
|26||Er. Kasheto Achumi||SDO (C )||9402009064||SDO (Hydro) Tsg.|
|27||Er. Niljeet Singh P.||SDO (C )||9436607589||SDO (Hydro) Aboi|
|28||Er. Nitoho||SDO (C )||9402440492||SDO (Hydel) Akaito|
|29||Er. Kikrusenuo||SDO (C )||9436062659||SDO (Hydel) Kma.|
|30||Er. Kahoshe||SDO (C )||9856772153||SDO (Hydel) Kma.|
|31||Er. Khasu Kath||SDO (C )||9436421111||SDO (C) Likimro|
|32||Er. Nyushiti Katiry||SDO (E)||8974580472||SDO(TC) Likimro O/o EE(Gen) Kma|
|33||Eyovol Rhetso||SDO (E)||SDO Gen, Kma|
|34||Er. Kekhriesalhou||SDO (C )||9436608810||SDO (C) Hydro Mkg.|
|35||Er. Mercy Zhimomi||SDO (C )||9436072770||SDO (C) Longmatra|
|36||Er. Zubenthung Patton||SDO (C )||8974632290||SDO (Hydel), Zbto|
|37||Er. Vezota Khusah||SDO (C )||8014686311||SDO(TC), CE(T&G)|
|38||Er. P.Luchamo Kikon||SDO (C )||9436001295||SDO(TC)O/o SE(C)Kma|
|39||Er. Nyanpong Konyak||SDO (C )||8731833624||SDO(TC)O/o SE(C)Hydro|
|40||Shri. Katoshe||Superintendent||8974222878||Supdt. O/o CE(T&G)|
|41||Smti. Akala||Superintendent||9856242692||Supdt. O/o CE(T&G)|
|42||Smti. Holyni||Superintendent||9436811117||Supdt. O/o CE(T&G)|
|43||Shri. P.Kiyeto Swu||Superintendent||9402841484||Supdt. O/o CE(T&G)|
Directorate of Distribution & Revenue
|1||Er.Khose Sale||CE (D&R)||9436005291||CE (D&R)|
|2||Er.Keviletuo Yiese||Addl.CE(T&G)||9436000497||Addl.CE O/o E-in-C (T&G)|
|3||Er.Moatemsu Aier||SE (E)||9436003989||SE(Revenue) CE(D&R)|
|4||Er.Nribemo Mozhui||SE (E)||9612457518||SE(E) Mkg|
|5||Er.B.Imti||SE (E)||9436001869||SE(E) Dmp|
|6||Er. Aron Sema||EE (E)||9402845614||EE (E) PHK|
|7||Er. Asangba Tikhir||EE (E)||8974363552||EE(E) Mon|
|8||Er.R.Lobosang Jamir||EE (E)||9436001764||EE (E) MKG|
|9||Er.Atoho Achumi||EE (E)||9436008964||EE (E) Zbto.|
|10||Er.V.Kezo||EE (E)||9436002732||EE(D1) O/o CE(D&R)|
|11||Er.Atoho Jakhalu||EE (E)||9436002696||EE(D2) O/o CE(D&R)|
|12||Er.Lithrichum Sangtam||EE (E)||9436430807||EE (E) Store|
|13||Er. Ahoto Aye||EE (E)||9436010114||EE (E)TSG|
|14||Er.Rukongutuo Suohu||EE (E)||9436009945||EE (E) Kma|
|15||Er. Abenthung Ngullie||EE (E)||9436003709||EE (E) WKA|
|16||Er. Imsenkaba||EE (E)||9436003805||EE(E) DMP|
|17||Er.Kasho Chishi||EE (E)||9436005430||EE(E) CMDA|
|18||Er. Moameren||EE (E)||9436009309||EE(E) Ctn|
|19||Er. B.Tiameren||EE (MIS)||9436260852||EE (MIS) Dmr.|
|20||Er.N.Myingthungo Ngullie||EE (E)||9436001641||EE (E) Peren|
|21||Er. Khriechusa Kire||EE(E)||9436010283||EE (E) Kiphire|
|22||Er. A. Ritachu Thurr||SDO (E)||8974852194||SDO (E) III KMA|
|23||Er. Solomon Sekhose||SDO (E)||9774034432||SDO (E) II Kma.|
|24||Er. Y.Pukhashe||SDO (E)||9615677864||SDO (E) ZBTO|
|25||Er. Nzanbemo Odyuo||SDO (E)||9856006297||SDO(E) Mkg|
|26||Er. Vikhozolie Nisa||SDO (E)||7005405146||SDO (E) Tuli|
|27||Er. Tsiamchi Ndang||SDO (E)||9856860400||SDO (E) I Kma|
|28||Er. Lhuvoyi||SDO (E)||8974407027||SDO (E) II TSG|
|29||Er. Orenvungo S. Ovung||SDO (E)||9089575297||SDO (E) Wokha|
|30||Er. K. Tingtenmoie Konyak||SDO (E)||9436609214||SDO (E) Store DMR|
|31||Shri. Meren Sangtam||SDO (E)||SDO(TC) Store DMR|
|32||Er. Albert Ovung||SDO (E)||9402111777||SDO (E) LMTC, DMR|
|33||Er. S. P. Singh||SDO (E)||9856015719||SDO (E) Pfutsero|
|34||Er. Hokiye Sema||SDO (E)||9436261527||SDO (E) MDZ|
|35||Er. Chutsusie Thowachu||SDO (E)||8974521226||SDO (E) Kiphire|
|36||Er. Keduozotuo Rutsa||SDO (E)||9774566578||SDO (TC) O/oCE(D&R).|
|37||Er. Chenosing Kemp||SDO (E)||8575293231||SDO (E) Nagi’mora|
|39||Er. Kenyube Keppen||SDO (E)||8014638928||SDO (E) CMDA|
|40||Shri. P. Zubenthung||SDO (E)||SDO (E) Longleng|
|41||Er. Hekaito Assumi||SDO (E)||9402228413||SDO (E) Phek|
|42||Er.Namheu Khate Zeliang||SDO (E)||9436000800||SDO (E) I DMR|
|43||Er. Y. Akito Sema||SDO (E)||9436659722||SDO (E) II DMR|
|44||Er. Nungsangtoba Jamir||SDO (E)||9436604436||SDO (E) III DMR|
|45||Shri. Imkongwati||SDO (E)||SDO(E) Ctn|
|46||Shri. Inavi Sema||SDO (E)||9862304988||SDO (E) Akuluto|
|47||Er. C T Sutsung Aier||SDO (E)||9436439548||SDO (TC) Mkg|
|49||N. Rumphio||SDO (E)||SDO(E), Pungro|
|52||C. Thungbemo Lotha||SDO(E)||8974543334||SDO(E) Sanis|
|53||Yanpamo Odyou||SDO(E)||9436601148||SDO(E), Jalukie|
|54||Er. V. Hukato Jimo||SDO(E)||8014636700||SDO(E), Peren|
|55||Er. Jonathan Khing||SDO (E)||8794143008||SDO(TC) O/oCE(D&R)|
|56||Er. David Tungoe||SDO (E)||9774487090||SDO(TC) O/oCE(D&R)|
|57||Er. Moichung Shembu Phom||SDO (E)||7005170714||SDO(TC) O/oCE(D&R)|
|58||Er. Akavi Chophy||SDO(MIS)||9436260924||SDO(MIS) Dmr|
- Directory of Staff/Employees:
MANUAL � X : The monthly Remuneration received by each of its officers and employees including the System of Compensation as provided in Regulations
The monthly Remuneration received by each of its Officer (Directorate & Districts)
Manual XI: The Budget Allocated to each Agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursement made.
|BUDGET ALLOCATON 2017-18||Annex-III|
|All Rs. In Lakhs|
|1||Tehok SHEP2X500 KW||151.00||2||Wages||20.88|
|2||Construction of EE Chumu Office||30.00||3||Travel Expenses||70.00|
|3||C.E’s Directorate Building, Kohima||30.00||4||Rent, Rates & Taxes||31.51|
|Sub-Total A||211.00||Sub-Total A||11099.34|
|B.||STATE PROGRAM||1||Office Expenses||85.00|
|1||Preparation of DPRs for Lower Tizu and Upper Zungki HEPs||200.00||2||Motor Vehicle||77.00|
|2||Land Development of 100MVA 220/132KV Substaion at Zhadima||50.00||3||Repair & Maintenance||3427.03|
|3||Construction of 132/33KV 12.5MVA Substation at Doyang near NEEPCO project (Sanis)||1500.00||4||Minor works||38.98|
|Grand Total (A+B)||1961.00||6||Machinery & Equipment||25.20|
|Grand Total (A+B)||43040.17|
MANUAL � XII : The Manner of execution of Subsidy Programmes
MANUAL � XIII : Particulars of recipients of concessions permit or authorisation granted by it.
Please provide the information as per the following format
- Name of the programme : NA
- Name and address of the beneficiary : NA
- Type of Concession/Permits/Authorization provided : Not applicable.
- Purpose for which granted : -do-
- Eligibility : -do-
- Criteria for the eligibility : -do-
- Pre-requisites : -do-
- Procedure to avail the benefits : -do-
- Time limit for the concession/permit/Authorisations : -do-
- Application Fee (where applicable) : -do-
- Application Format (where applicable) : -do-
- List of attachments (certificates/documents) : -do-
- Format of attachments : -do-
- List of beneficiaries : -do-
MANUAL � XIV : Details of Information available in electronic format:
|Sl. No.||Information/Activities for which data is available in electronic form||Can it be shared with the public ?||Is it available on the website or is being used as back end database ?||With whom it is held/ available ?||Whom to contact|
|1||Consumer ledger||Yes||Not available in website.||EE (Elect) Dimapur & Kohima||EE (Elect) Dimapur & Kohima|
MANUAL � XV : Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for obtaining information.
Information related to administration, establishment and other technical and revenue matters can be obtained from the Directorate office.
- All matters related to administration and establishment can be obtain from Deputy Chief Engineer.
- All matters related to technical, like Transmission, Generation and Planning can be obtained from Addl. CE (T&G).
- All matters related to distribution system, Revenue and its related works can be obtained from Addl. CE (D&R).
Particulars of the facilities available to the citizens:
|Sl. No.||Facility available||Nature of Information||Working hours|
|3.||Notice Board||Yes||Office hours|
|5.||Printed Manual||R.E. / VEMB||–|
|6.||Inspection of records in the Office||–||–|
|7.||System of issuing copies of documents||As per norm||–|
MANUAL XVI: The names, designation and other particulars of the Public Information Officers.
Name of the Public Authority : Department of Power
- Department Appellate Authority (AA)/PIO/APIO – (Administrative Level).
|Shri. K.D. Vizo||Commissioner & Secretary||Appellate Authority|
|Shri. Sedevikho Khro||Additional Secretary||PIO|
|Smti. S. Tainu||Joint Secretary||APIO|
(b) Department Appellate Authority (AA)/PIO/APIO – (Directorate Level).
|Er. G. Chishi||Engineer-in-Chief||Appellate Authority|
|Transmission & Generation|
|Er. Indianoba Tally||S.E (Gen)||PIO|
|Er. Suralo||E.E (Tech)||APIO|
|Distribution & Revenue|
|Er. Keviletuo Yiese||Addl. C.E. (D&R)||PIO|
|Er. V. Kezo||E.E (Design)-II||APIO|
(c) Public Information Officer (PIO) – (District).
|Sl. No.||Name||Designation||Public Authority|
|1.||Er. Rokongutuo Suohu||E.E.(E) Kohima||PIO|
|2.||Er. Tsiamchi Ndang||S.D.O.(E)-I Kohima||APIO|
|3.||Er. Imsenkaba||E.E.(E) Dimapur||PIO|
|4.||Er Namheu Khate||S.D.O.(E)-I Dimapur||APIO|
|5.||Er. Kasho Chishi||E.E.(E) Chumukedima||PIO|
|6.||Er. Kenyubu Keppen||S.D.O.(E) Chumukedima||APIO|
|7.||Er. Myingthungo Ngullie||E.E.(E) Peren||PIO|
|8.||Er. V.Hukato Jimo||S.D.O.(E) Peren||APIO|
|9.||Er. R. Lobosang||E.E.(E) Mokokchung||PIO|
|10.||Er. Nzanbemo Odyuo||S.D.O.(E) Mokokchung||APIO|
|11.||Er. Moameren||E.E.(E) Changtongya||PIO|
|12.||Shri. Imkongwati||S.D.O.(E) Changtongya||APIO|
|13.||Er. Aron Sema||E.E.(E) Phek||PIO|
|14.||Er. Hekaito Assumi||S.D.O.(E) Phek||APIO|
|15||Er. Abenthung Ngullie||E.E.(E) Wokha||PIO|
|16||Er. Orenvungo S. Ovung||S.D.O.(E) Wokha||APIO|
|17||Er. Atoho Achumi||E.E.(E) Zunheboto||PIO|
|18||Shri. Y. Pukhashe||S.D.O.(E) Zunheboto||APIO|
|19||Er. Khriechusa Kire||E.E.(E) Kiphire||PIO|
|20||Er. Chutsusie Thowachu||S.D.O.(E) Kiphire||APIO|
|21||Er. Ahoto Aye||E.E.(E) Tuensang||PIO|
|22||Er. Lhuvoyi||S.D.O.(E)-II Tuensang||APIO|
|23.||Er. Asangba Tikhir||E.E.(E) Mon||PIO|
|24||Er. Chenosing Kemp||S.D.O.(E) Mon||APIO|
MANUAL � XVII : Such other information as may be prescribed and thereafter update every year.