ECONOMICS & STATISTICS
Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to Information Act 2005
ECONOMICS & STATISTICS DEPARTMENT
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
Government of Nagaland
Economics & Statistics Department
(i) the particulars of its organization, functions and duties;
History and Background of the Organisation:
In 1964, a Statistical Branch headed by a Statistical Officer with a nucleus staff was established under the Administrative and supervisory control of the Secretary to the Govt. of Nagaland, Planning Department. However, in consideration of the importance, necessity and indispensability of Statistical Data by different Govt. Departments for preparation/formulation of various developmental schemes, policies, evaluation etc. the Govt. of Nagaland, Planning & Co-ordination and Community Development Department through a Notification No. STAT/(P)-66/67 dated 20th June, 1969 accorded sanction and upgraded the then Statistical Branch to full-fledged Directorate with its Headquarter at Kohima for direction, control, supervision, guidance of Districts and other set ups under the Department vide para 2 of the above stated Notification. At present, the Department of Economics & Statistics is functioning under the Administrative control of Secretary, Economics & Statistics. The Directorate has a total strength of 564 manpower comprising of (a) Class I-23 (b) Class II-40 (c) Class III-432 and (d) Grade IV-69.
The Department of Economics & Statistics has been functioning as Nodal Department for implementation of all statistical activities in the State. The Department is entrusted with the responsibility of data collection, compilation, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of socio-economic data to assist the planners and policy makers with factual statistical data to formulate sound economic policy of the State. The Department is functioning under three-tier system i.e. (1) State Level (2) District Level and (3) Block Level.
STATE LEVEL- DIRECTORATE OF ECONOMICS & STATISTICS AND CELLS:
At the State Level, the Directorate is the apex Statistical Body and functions as Nodal Agency for all Statistical enquiries, investigation, census and survey. It is headed by a Director, one Additional Director, one Joint Director, 5 Deputy Directors and host of Assistant Directors, Statistical Officers and technical & Non-technical staff. The Directorate under the Director coordinates with the other Departments in the State and Govt. of India on all issues pertaining to implementation of Statistical Surveys & Schemes.
The Department has opened Statistical Cell in 26 major Directorates located in Kohima and Dimapur and the Cell are manned by Statistical Personnel some of which are headed by Deputy Director, Asst. Director, Statistical Officers etc depending upon the size of the Directorates. These statistical personnel assist the concerned Directorates in collection, compilation, analysis and preparation of various Statistical Reports.
Administrative Setup in the Districts
DISTRICT LEVEL-DISTRICT STATISTICAL OFFICE:
District Statistical Office have been established in all the 11(eleven) Districts and headed by District Statistical Officer with a number of supporting staff. The District Statistical Officer co-ordinate and supervise all the Statistical activities within the District and coordinates with the other Departmental agencies on Statistical issues. He is also the District Registrar of Births & Deaths.
BLOCK LEVEL-STATISTICAL CELL UNDER BLOCK DEVELOPMENT OFFICE:
A Sub-Inspector of Statistics is posted in 26 R.D. Blocks out of 74 R.D. Blocks to assist and provide guidance to the Block Officers in collection, compilation of various Statistical Reports particularly in the preparation of Village Directory, in collaboration with the Village Level workers.
Nam, Address & Contact Details:
DIRECTORATE OF ECONOMICS & STATISTICS
BEHIND COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE,
TELEPHONE: -0370-2290592/ 0370-2290358
Functions and Duties: Statistical activities of the Department:
- Estimation of State Domestic Product (SDP):
The Department has been estimating annually the State Domestic Product (SDP) which is also call as State income. The purpose of estimation of SDP is to measure the State economic development and also to assess the condition and structure of the State economy. SDP is also one of the best statistical devices to measure the growth of the State economy as well as the living condition of the people. It is through the SDP that the Per Capita Income of the State is determined. During 2015-16, the Gross State Domestic Products at current prices has increased to Rs.19,214 (Q.E) crore from Rs.18237 (P) crore in 2014-15.
- National Sample Survey:
This surveys are conducted along with the rest of the country every year under the guidelines of National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) to collect data based information on socio-economic activities such as employment and unemployment, consumer expenditure, enterprises for un-organized sectors etc. Currently, the Department is engaged in the conduct of NSS 74th Round on the subject “Survey on Services Sector”.
3. Registration of Births & Deaths:
The Department of Economics & Statistics has been functioning as the nodal department for implementation of Registration of Births & Deaths Scheme (Vital Statistics) in Nagaland since 1974 under the central Registration of Births & Deaths Act 1969. The Act envisages among other things, the collection of data on vital events such as births, deaths and still births.
With the implementation of revamped model Registration of Births & Deaths Rules 1999, the State Govt. has appointed the Head teachers of each Govt. LP Schools as the Rural Registrars of Births & Deaths and statistical personnel as the Registrar of Births & Deaths in the urban areas. There are 1213 registrars (1189 rural area and 24 urban) and registration units spread all over the State of Nagaland.
The Department has been undertaking a number of measures to streamline and to improve the Registration System. Some measures undertaken are as follows:
- Distribution of posters/pamphlets carrying the messages of Births & Deaths to Civil Hospitals, Dispensaries and Registration units in villages.
- The Department has conducted Block Level Training to all registrars of Births & Deaths during 2004-05 and so far training has been imparted in 52 Blocks out of 74 Blocks in the State. The state level training for Civil Registration System functioning was held on 19th April, 2013 in the Districts under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner.
- The 8th Inter-departmental Co-ordination Committee (IDCC) was held on April, 2013 at the Directorate of Economics & Statistics Conference Hall under the Chairmanship of Director of Economics & Statistics, Nagaland.
At the State level, the Secretary to the Govt. of Nagaland, Deptt. Of Eco & Stats is the Chief Registrar of Births & Deaths, the Director of Economics & Statistics is Joint Chief Registrar of Births & Deaths and Deputy Director of Economics & Statistics is the Deputy Registrar of Births & Deaths.
At the District Level, the Deputy Commissioner is the District Chief Registrar of Births & Deaths with the District Statistical Officer as the District Registrar of Births & Deaths and the Block Development Officers of every RD Block as the Circle Registrar of Births & Deaths.
- Government Employees Census:
Govt. Employees Census is being carried out by the Department every year to update and assess the strength of Govt. employees of the State. So far, the Department had published the Report of the State Govt. Employees Census 2014. As per the report of the State Govt. employees Census 2014, the total no. of Govt. employees is 95909 comprising of all categories of posts viz. Class-I =3988, Class-II=2746, Class-III=64019 and Grade-IV=25156.
- Price Statistics:
Price Bulletin is a quarterly as well as yearly publication of the Directorate of Economics & Statistics. Due to fast changing economic scenario, the relative study of movement of retail and wholesale prices of consumer goods, non-consumer goods and building materials have acquired great importance. With a view to study the price of different essential commodities prevailing at different prices/centres of the State, retail price of essential commodities are collected from 8(eight) selected centres along with wholesale prices from Dimapur on weekly basis. Price reports are compiled, analyzed and presented in comparative statement and publishes regularly in the form of quarterly price bulletin. The department has published the State Annual report up to the year 2015 and also the third quarterly report (Oct.-Dec) 2016.
- Village Level Development Indicator (VLDI):
As per the directive of the Planning Commission, Govt. of India, statistical data relating to availability of village amenities like Roads. Electricity, Drinking water, Primary health facility, education and sanitation etc. are collected every year. The Department had published the report on VLDI 2014 and 2015 report is under compilation.
- Economic Survey:
The Economics Survey of Nagaland is one of the Annual publications of the Directorate of Economics and Statistics. Since 2014-15, the Department have been presenting the Nagaland Economic Survey in the Budget Session of Nagaland State Legislative Assembly. The Nagaland Economic Survey summarized the various achievement as well as the socio-economic activities undertaken by the State. It also highlights the various schemes and programmes being undertaken by different Departments. The Department has published and presented the Nagaland Economic Survey 2016-17 during the 2017-18 Budget Session of NLA.
- Statistical Hand Book:
Statistical Hand Book is one of the major Annual publications of the Department. It contains information relating to all spheres of economic activities being undertaken in the State. The Department has so far published Statistical Hand Book for the year 2015.
- Sixth (6th) Economic Census 2013:
Under the aegis of Govt. of India, the 6th Economic Census has been carried out along with the rest of the country covering all the villages and towns. The Economic Census operation collects information of all enterprises engaged in any economic activities such as production and distribution of goods and services in the State. The actual field works in Nagaland started from 14th June to 14th July, 2013 covering 4095 Enumeration Blocks in both Rural and Urban areas by involving manpower of approximately 1800 comprising of Enumerators, Supervisors and Charge Officers. The District Administrative Officers and a host of Officers and Staff from the Directorate of Economics & Statistics were also involved to carry out the operation and progressing.
The sixth Economic Census revealed that there are 60,937 establishments in the State engaging in economic activity other than crop production, plantation, public administration, defence and other social security activities. Out of this 60,937 establishments, Dimapur District has the highest number of establishments with 15,326 (25.2%) and Kiphire District with 901 (1.5%) has the least number of establishments.
- Housing Statistics (public undertaking and private sector):
On the behest of the Ministry of Urban Employment and Poverty Alleviation under National Building Organization (NBO) New Delhi, the Directorate of Economics & Statistics (DES) Nagaland which is the Nodal Agency, has been entrusted by the Ministry to collect Housing Statistics in both public undertaking and private sectors in the State in co-ordination with the Department of PWD (Housing) and Municipal authority.
During 2016-17, the 2016-17 data on housing and building construction statistics was furnished to the National Building organisation.
- Environmental Statistics:
Under the guideline of the Ministry of Environment & Forest, Govt. of India, the DES Nagaland has opened Environment Statistics Cell in the Directorate to be headed by a Deputy Director assisted by subordinate Staff. The Cell coordinate with the Statistical Cell attached to the Department of Forest to collect information relating to Environment Statistics.
(ii) The powers and duties of its officers and employees:-
|Sl. No.||Name& Designation||Powers and Duties|
|1||Shri,Y. Sacheo Ovung,
|Head of Department General Administration- All policy & Plan for the development, supervise and guide officer and staff of the Department|
|To assist the Director in all policy matter & Administration of the Department.|
|Establishment, ICT, Motor vehicles, PAC matters, Gender statistics and Environmental statistics|
|4||Shri,E.Lithungo Lotha, Joint Director||SDP, CRS, Economic Survey, Planning & Development, GEC, Publication, Budget Analysis, Economics indicator, Statistical handbook.|
|5||Shri,Neidilhou Angami, Joint Director||NSS, Price statistics, VLDI, Training, Assembly questions, Housing statistics.|
|CRS, Economic Survey, Planning & Development, GEC, Publication and Public Information Officer (PIO)|
|SDP, Budget Analysis, IIP, Economic indicator, Misc statistics.|
|Statistical Handbook, Publication, Gender statistics and Environmental statistics|
Deputy Director & DDO
|Establishment & Account, Budget, Motor Vehicle, Stationery|
|10||Shri,Kezhalelhou Solo, Deputy Director||NSS, Price statistics, VLDI, Training, Assembly questions, Housing statistics.|
|11||Shri,K.Rhanbemo Kithan, Economics & Statistics Officer||NSS, APIO|
|12||Shri,Vikosieto Krose, Economics & Statistics Officer||SDP, Budget Analysis, IIP, Economic Survey, Misc and APIO|
|13||Smti.Holivi Chophi, Economics & Statistics Officer||SDP, Economic Survey, Publication.|
|14||Shri,T.Nukshi Longkumer, Economics & Statistics Officer||Govt. Employees Census, Progress report.|
|15||Smti.Tiajungla, Economics & Statistics Officer||Village Level Development Indicator (VLDI), Economic Indicator|
|16||Shri,David Khutso, Economics & Statistics Officer||Price Statistics, VLDI, Assembly question , Training.|
|17||Smti.Limongi S.Ovung, Economics & Statistics Officer||SDP, Gender statistics, Disaster Management|
|18||Shri,Sedevizo, Economics & Statistics Officer||CRS, Handbook, Environmental statistics.|
|ICT and Nodal Officer|
|20||Smti.Nophonu,Registrar||Pension/Service loan, M.R. Department quarters, Vehicle|
|21||Shri,Dziivichiilie, Superintendent||Accounts & Bill|
|24||Smti.Talisangla, Asst. Superintendent||Establishment|
|26||Shri,Kevin Sekhose, Asst. Superintendent||Establishment|
Details of Duties and Responsibilities of Officers in the Statistical Cells:
|Sl. No.||Name and Designation||Statistical Cell, Duties and Responsibilities|
|1||Shri .Vilepral Aja,
|Dte. Of Agriculture. Agriculture Census, Crop Cutting Experiment, Agriculture Statistics|
|2||Shri. Khriesatuo Kerets,
|Chief Er., Irrigation and Flood Control.
|3||Shri. Peter Chumdemo, Economic & Statistics Officer||Dte. of Vety & AH, Livestock Census, Annual Sample Survey|
|4||Shri. Aotemsu, Economic & Statistics Officer||P.W.D.Traffic Cell|
|Dte. Of Agriculture.|
|6||Shri. Keneilhounyu Daniel I.O.S||Dte. Of Industry & Commerce, Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|7||Smti.Nchumbeni Lotha, Economic & Statistics Officer||Dte. Of H & F.W, Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
Economic & Statistics Officer
|Dte. of School Education. Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|9||Smti. I. Anandy Lotha, Economic & Statistics Officer||PWD (R&B) Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|10||Shri. Beduhu, I.O.S||P.W.D (Housing) Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|11||Smti. H Ayimla Esther Yimchunger, Economic & Statistics Officer||Dte. Of Rural Development. Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|12||Shri.Kuolhousieo Khale, Dy. Director||DGP, PHQ. Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|13||Shri.A.Temjenmeren, Economic & Statistics Officer||Dte. of Sericulture. Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|14||Shri.P.Imtilepden, Economic & Statistics Officer||Directorate.of Higher Education. Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|15||Smti.Henile Kemp, Economic & Statistics Officer||Dte of Horticulture. Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|16||Smti.Anungla Lemtur, Economic & Statistics Officer||Registrar Cooperative. Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|17||Shri. Phukhulu Chakhesang Sr. I.O.S||Forest Deptt, Forest Statistics Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|18||Smti. N.Bongmai Konyak, Economic & Statistics Officer||Labour Commissioner. Analysis, compilation and collection of Statistics.|
|19||Shri. Wedelo Letro, I.O.S||Employment & Craftman Training,|
|21||Smti. Mecienuo, I.O.S||Transport, (RTO)|
|22||Shri. Vandamo Tungoe, Economic & Statistics Officer||Dte. Of Food & Civil Supplies|
|23||Smti. Benita, Economic & Statistics Officer||Dte. Of Geology & Mining|
|24||Shri.Ezonthung Ezung, I.O.S||Dte. Of Tourism|
|25||Shri. Ngabu Tep, I.O.S||Dte. Of Fisheries|
|26||Smti. Akumsenla, Field Investigator||Dte. Of Social Welfare|
Details of Duties and Responsibilities of Officers in the Districts:
|Sl. No.||Name and Designation||Duties and Responsibilities|
|1||District Economics & Statistics Officer (DESO)||All the 11(eleven) Districts are manned by the District Economics & Statistics Officer along with a host of Technical and Ministerial supporting staff. All activities of Department in the District fall under the purview and functionaries of the DESO. The DESO also acts as a co-ordinator with the Directorate and other Department/Agencies for smooth conduct of survey in the Districts.|
(iii) The procedures followed in the decision making process;
Decisions are made in the department after a consolidated meeting with the officer and staff both at the Directorate and the District level depending on matter concern. Suggestions and views are discussed in the meetings which are then approved by the Director. It is then forwarded to the Govt. for approval and further prerequisite. Survey Schemes are implemented in the respective identified areas under the close supervision of the Officer in Charge by co-ordinating with the District offices or any other subordinate staff in the Directorate or Cells.
Supervision: Director supervises the overall activities and programmes of the Department. The Additional Director & Joint Director supervises the overall administration of the Directorate.
Accountability: The Officers and Staff are accountable for timely disposal of the works assigned under their jurisdiction.
(iv) The norms set for discharging in the functions are followed as on Para (iii) above.
The department follows the norms set by Govt. of Nagaland in the Nagaland Secretariat Manual of Office Procedure and also Guidelines of Central/State Schemes, Rules and Regulations.
(v) The rules, regulations and records used by its employees to discharge its official functions / duties are carried out as per the terms and conditions laid down in its Departmental Service Rules.
The Department normally follows the instruction, rules and regulations and the instruction issued thereof by the Govt. of Nagaland from time to time.
|Sl. No.||Name/Title of the document|
|1||Delegation of Financial Power Rules|
|2||Nagaland Financial Rule|
|3||Office procedure (Sect. Manual 1969)|
|4||Leave Rules (CSS) (L) Rules 1972|
|5||Nagaland Services (Discipline and Appeal) Rules 1967|
|6||Nagaland Govt. Servants Conduct Rules 1968|
|7||Nagaland Ministerial Service Rules 2006|
|8||Nagaland Economics & Statistics Service Rule 1973|
|9||Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969|
(vi) A statement of categories of document that are held by it or under its control.
|Sl. No.||Category of documents||Subject||Held by/ under control|
|1||Files related||Financial record, cash book etc.||Cashier|
|Attendance Register||Section Controlling Officer of respective section|
|2||Report files||Monthly expenditure statement||DDO|
|Audit report||DDO & Cashier|
|3||Administrative files||Office order, Work allocation order||Registrar|
|Administrative correspondence with higher authorities||Registrar|
|Memos issue & related correspondence||Registrar|
|Administrative Circulars/ instructions||Registrar|
|4||Technical files||Technical files||Concern section officer|
|5||Establishment matter||Matters related to construction||Deputy Director in-charge|
|Matters related to computer||Deputy Director in-charge|
|Matters related to Training||Deputy Director in-charge|
|Matters related to official tour||UDA, Accounts|
|Transfer & Posting order||UDA, Accounts|
(vii) The particulars of any arrangement that exist for consultation with, or Representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.
The Department in consultation with the State Govt. initiates Statistical Survey in the State on Need Basis from time to time, which are projected in the State Plan of the Department.
The Department also undertakes several other Statistical Survey schemes under guidance of the Central Government (GOI). Surveys such as National Sample Survey (State Sample) under NSSO, Housing Statistics, under national Building Organisation, estimation of State Domestic Product SDP, under CSO, price statistics, Registration of Births & Deaths etc. These central schemes are formulated in consultation with the Central Ministry concern and implemented as per their direction.
(viii) A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other Bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purposes 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.
Directorate of Economics & Statistics has not notified any Committees
(ix) Directory of its Officers and Staff are as follows:
Officers in the Directorate (HQ)
|Sl. No.||Name||Designation||Contact No.||Email ID (If any)|
|1||Shri. Y. Sacheo Ovung||Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Shri. Vilepral Aja||Addl. Director||9436604365|
|3||Shri.Rewelhi Kronu||Addl. Director||9436312096|
|4||Shri. E.Lithungo Lotha||Joint Director||9856038731|
|5||Shri. Paokhokam Singson||Joint Director||9436401078|
|6||Shri. Neidilhou Angami||Joint Director||9436400185|
|7||Shri. Neisatuo Puro||Deputy Director||8413826539|
|8||Shri.Charles Nchumthung Kikon||Deputy Director||8974008311|
|9||Shri. Khrietsolie Whuorie||Deputy Director||9774016260|
|10||Smti.Asangla Ao||Deputy Director|
|11||Smti. Vikeyielienuo Chielie||Deputy Director||9612874101|
|12||Shri.Lhoulabeituo Khezhie||Deputy Director||9862556884|
|13||Shri.A.Chubathung Ezung||Deputy Director||9856447792|
|15||Shri. Kezhalelhou Solo||Deputy Director|
|16||Shri.Neikote Dozo||Deputy Director||8415068429|
|17||Smti Theyieneinuo Belho||Deputy Director (Ex- cadre)||9436011872|
|18||Shri. P.Peshie Khiamniungan||E.S.O|
|36||Smti Hinile Kemp||E.S.O||9615459549|
|39||Shri M.Akang yimchunger||E.S.O||9862884410|
|40||Smti. I.Anandy Lotha||E.S.O|
|41||Shri. N. Lokhiye Yeptho Sema||E.S.O|
|42||Shri. David Khutso||E.S.O||9856206668|
|45||Smti. N. Bongmai Konyak||E.S.O|
|49||Shri. Tsupithong Y. Yimchunger||E.S.O||9862260307|
|50||Shri. N. Chanbemo Ovung||SR. I.O.S|
|51||Shri. Y. Nkhomo Kithan||SR. I.O.S|
|52||Shri.Phukhuhu Chakhesang||SR. I.O.S|
|53||Shri. L. Liponthung||SR. I.O.S|
|54||Shri. James Ngully||SR. I.O.S|
|55||Shri. LImayanger Phom||SR. I.O.S|
|56||Shri. Mhonchumo||SR. I.O.S|
|57||Shri. V.S. Tharmi||SR. I.O.S|
|58||Shri. Aoluen||SR. I.O.S|
|60||Shri. Keneilhounyu Daniel||SR. I.O.S|
|61||Shri. Thunglamo Khuvung||SR. I.O.S|
|62||Shri. Moatemjen||SR. I.O.S|
|63||Smti. Tsuktimenla||SR. I.O.S|
|64||Shri. Sony Thong||SR. I.O.S|
|66||Shri. Vechisayi Vese||SR. I.O.S|
|67||Shri.Longshak Phom||SR. I.O.S|
|68||Shri. Thetsimong Sangtam||SR. I.O.S|
|69||Shri.Salvester Chubasenba||Programme Officer||8575200476|
|75||Shri. Kevin Keneitsolie Sekhose||Asst.Superintendent|
|76||Smti. Petevinuo Nguzhu||Asst.Superintendent|
(x) The monthly remuneration received by each officers and employees
|EMPLOYEE NAME||Father’s / Husband’s Name||GENDER||Educational Qualification||Designation||Status of Service||Date of Birth||Date of entry into service/ First Appmnt||Date of appointment to present post||Place of posting||Date of retirement||Pay Band||Grade Pay||Gross Salary|
|1||Shri. I. Himato Zhimomi||Lhezhe||M||M.A (Pol.Sc)||Commissioner & Secretary||Ex-Cadre||16/12/1968||Sept.1993 into IFS||Feb. 2009||Secretariat||Dec. 2028||59,310/-||10000||1,80,815|
|2||Shri. Lhiwete Chirhah||Lt. Kewetsolo Chirhah||M||Matriculate||Dy. Secy||Confirmed||01/04/1961||07/04/1983||17/06/2016||Secretariat||30/04/2018||20,870||7600||71,958|
|3||Smti. Rabeni Kikon||Vanthungo Odyuo||F||Graduate||Under Secretary||Confirmed||14/03/1964||15/01/1988||17/06/2016||Secretariat||30/01/2023||15,600||6600||63,106|
|4||Shri. A. Sethrongchem Sangtam||Atsali Sangtam||M||B.Com||Section Officer||Confirmed||11/11/1973||29/04/1999||08/08/2016||Secretariat||30/11/2033||15,600||5700||52,848|
|5||Shri. Imti Aier||Mapuwati||M||Graduate||J.S.O||Confirmed||30/01/1978||06/10/2004||12/12/2016||Secretariat||31/01/2038||9,300||4600||45,001|
|6||Shri.Toking Yimchunger||Hothrong Yim||M||MA||Secretariat Asst.||Confirmed||05/12/1984||02/12/2016||02/12/2016||Secretariat||31/12/1944||9300||4200||37,800|
|7||Shri. Eyilo Kikon||Lochamo Kikon||M||VIII||Office Peon||Fixed||15/06/1980||24/06/2003||24/06/2003||Secretariat||30/06/1938||Nil||Nil||3450|
|8||Smti. Rhonbeni||Zubemo Ovung||F||P.U||Office Peon||Regular||03/04/1990||03/08/2017||03/08/2017||Secretariat||31/03/2050||4940||1400||17,000|
|9||Shri. Boto Chishi||Lt. L.Khetoho||M||P.U||Attached Peon||Regular||02/09/1982||22/05/2014||22/05/2014||Secretariat||28/02/1942||4940||1400||19,700|
|10||Smti. Yarmenla||Lt. Sangyu||F||Matriculate||Typist||Fixed||01/01/1968||20/10/1992||20/10/1992||Secretariat||31/10/2027||Nil||Nil||3950|
(xi) Budget allocation of the Department is at Annexure � II.
(xii) The Manner of execution of subsidy programme, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes.
The Department does not have any of such schemes or subsidy under its jurisdiction.
(xiii) Particulars of recipients of Concessions, Permits or Authorizations granted by it.
The department does not have any particulars of recipients of concession or permit except authorization to issue of Birth Certificate & Death Certificate, under Registration of Births & Deaths Act, 1969
(xiv) The details in respect of the information, available to or held by it,reduced in an electronic form.
|Name||Title of the Document/Record||Location where available||Other information|
|1||Manuals of the Office Procedure||www.statistics.nagaland.gov.in|
|2||Right to Information Act 2005||www.statistics.nagaland.gov.in|
|3||Guidelines for Registration of Births & Deaths||Directorate|
|4||Nagaland Economics & Statistics Service Rule, 2010||www.statistics.nagaland.gov.in|
|5||Annual Administrative Reports||www.statistics.nagaland.gov.in|
|6||Nagaland Statistical Handbook||www.statistics.nagaland.gov.in|
(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 :
|Sl.No||Facilities available||Nature of information available||Working hours|
|Notices, Circulars, Poster, Charts etc
|All working days
(10:00 Am to 4:00 Pm)
|Annual administrative report, , Handbook, VLDI, State Domestic Product(SDP), Statistical Abstract, Economic Indicator, Economic Survey,
Price Report, Employee census and other publication of the Department.
|All working days
(10:00 Am to 4:00 Pm)
|3||System of issuing
|Both hard and soft copies
|All working days
(10:00 Am to 4:00 Pm)
(xvi) The names, designation and other particulars of the Public Information officer
Public Information Officer
Department of Economics & Statistics (Secretariat)
|Sl. No.||Name of Incumbent||Designation||Contact No.|
|1||Shri. I. Himato Zhimomi, Appellate Authority||Commissioner & Secretary||9436061415|
|2||(Incumbent retired), PIO||–|
|3||Shri. A. Sethrongchem Sangtam, APIO||Section Officer||8974343649|
Directorate of Economics & Statistics
|Sl. No.||Name of Incumbent||Designation||Contact No.||Email ID|
|1||Y.Sacheo Ovung, Appellate Authority||Directoremail@example.com|
|2||Neisatuo Puro, (PIO)||Deputy Director, DESfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||K.Rhanbemo Kithan, (APIO)||E.S.Oemail@example.com|
|4||Vikosieto Krose, (APIO)||E.S.Ofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|5||Shri. Khrietsolie Whuorie||DSO, Kohima||9774016260|
|6||Lhoulabietuo (APIO)||DSO, Dimapur||9862556884|
|7||Shri. N.Lokiyie Yeptho Sema (APIO)||DSO, Zunheboto||8416015251|
|8||R. Thanso (APIO)||DSO, Tuensang||9862964373|
|9||Neizekho (APIO)||DSO, Mon||8974007510|
|10||Akangjungshi chang (APIO)||DSO, Kiphire||9436407248|
|11||Smti. Vikeyielienuo Chielie (APIO)||DSO, Peren||9612874101|
|12||A.Chubathung Ezung (APIO)||DSO, Wokha||9856447792|
|13||Smti. Asangla Ao (APIO)||DSO, Mokokchung||9856021364|
|14||Shri.Kewekolo Khalo APIO||DSO, Phek||9436830033|
|15||Shri. Holikhum (APIO)||DSO, Longleng||9612442824|
(xvii) Any other information.
Date of last updation of the RTI Proactive Disclosure: 31st july 2017