Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to Information Act 2005
STATE VIGILANCE COMMISSION,
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
THE STATE VIGILANCE COMMISSION : NAGALAND.
Manual � 1
Organisation, Functions, Duties.
Name & address of the office : State Vigilance Commission,
New Capital Complex, Kohima.
The State Vigilance Commission was established by a Resolution of the State govt. vide dated 9th April, 1976. The jurisdiction of the Commission covers the entire state of Nagaland and it functions as an autonomous organization. The Commission is not subordinate to any other departments and has the same measure of independence and autonomy as the State Public Service Commission. The Vigilance Commission is empowered to enquire into complaints of corruption, misconduct and misdemeanors on the part of the public servants as also cases where the public servants exercises or refrains from exercising his powers for improper purposes. The reason that the Vigilance Commission has been created as an autonomous body is that; to ensure that it is not vulnerable to any outside influence such as bureaucratic, political or otherwise. It is external to the administration and operationally independent of both the legislature and the executive.
Presently the State Vigilance Commission is functioning with the following wings attached to its set-up: (i) Administrative Wing; (ii) Tribunal Wing; (iii) Investigating Wing and (iv) Technical Wing. The Administrative Wing deals with the internal administration like appointments, coordination with other departments, trainings, and financial administration of the Commission. The Technical Wing assists the Investigation Wing in Technical matters like assessing the value/costs of the works executed or the buildings constructed. The Tribunal for Disciplinary Proceedings conducts the departmental enquiries referred to him by various govt. departments in addition to his duties in conducting the preliminary enquiries investigated by the Investigation Wing. The Director of Vigilance & Anti Corruption has been declared as the Officer-in-Charge of The Vigilance Police Station who is empowered to function as Police Officer with jurisdiction to investigate into the offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 and certain Sections of the IPC and any other offences that may be specified by the State Govt. At the top of the hierarchy is the Vigilance Commissioner under whose guidance and directions the four Wings of the State Vigilance Commission functions.
Mission Statement: The State Vigilance Commission is no longer a mere advisory body but acts as the force to counter all sophisticated white collar crimes in govt. departments.
- Our mission is to contain or if possible to weed out corruption from all govt. establishments.
- To develop the Commission and to act as the watch-dog of the govt. in order to bring about transparency and accountability in govt. functioning.
Core Values: We believe in Honesty, Integrity and Sincerity and to create awareness among the govt. servants as well as the general public about the need to foster economic development in a transparent manner.
Structure of the Vigilance Commission click
Manual � II : The powers and duties of its officers and employees:
|1.||Sri Temjen Toy, IAS & State Vigilance Commissioner||Overall Head of the State Vigilance Commission.|
|2||Shri I. Meyionen,
DIGP & Director
|1) General Administration Directorate of Vigilance &
2) Budget, Police modernisation & Legal matters.
3) Vigilance Clearance
4) Head of Zone-I All cases relating to investigation & prosecutions under Zone-I, matter relating to APAR of Officers & personals; approval of tour programme, attendance & discipline e under Zone-I.
5) Officer-in-Charge of the Vigilance & Anti- Corruption Police Station.
6) Registration of both Preliminary and Regular cases.
7) Supervision of all PE cases.
|3||Smt. Krulto Koso , TDP, Spl. Judge and District & Session Judge||1) Conduct of Departmental Enquiries & trying of criminal/corruption cases.|
|4||Shri Sehjang Doungel Secretary.||Head of the Administration Wing of the Commission which includes the Establishment as well as Financial matters.|
|5.||Shri Shiwoto Wotsa, DIGP.||1) Zone-1I :- All cases relating to investigation & prosecutions under Zone-II, matters relating to APAR of Officers & personals, approval of tour programme, attendance & discipline under Zone-II
2) Supervision of proposal & requirement under the Investigation Head of Accounts and Clothing & Equipment’s.
4) Public Relations Officer of the Commission.
5) Annual Administrative Reports.
6) National Crime Record Bureau matters.
|6.||Shri Temsunungsang, Sr.S.P.||1) Supervision of proposal & requirement under Trail Prisoner & Payment of Professional Fees Head of Account.
2) PIO, Anti-Corruption Wing.
3)Supervision of the office security
4) Supervision of crime statistics report from the
5) Training & monthly inspection parade.
5) Accommodation & housing. In addition of the above mentioned assignments, he will also assist in supervision & investigation of cases under Zone-I & II as and when required by the Zone heads.
|8.||Er. Tiasunep, E.E.||To extent technical assistance during investigation.|
|9||Shri Vikhozo, Presenting Officer & Public Prosecutor.||Presentation of cases in Departmental enquiries and prosecutor in criminal cases.|
|10||Shri Kyurangse, S.P.||Investigation of cases.|
|11||Shri Holtoh Yeptho, S.P.||Investigation of cases.|
|12||Smti. Oponlumi, Addl. S.P.||Investigation of cases.|
|13||Shri N. Wati Aier, Addl.S.P.||Investigation of cases|
|14||Shri Viliehu Rutsa, Addl.S.P.||Investigation of cases & Nodal Officer.|
|15||Shri L. Mayang Ao, Dy.S.P.||Investigation of cases.|
|16||Smti. Vikono Dy.S.P.||Investigation of cases|
|17||Shri B. Phongtau Dy.S.P.||Investigation of cases.|
|18||Mrs. Kevisonuo Dy. S.P.||Investigation of cases.|
|19||Shri I Lanu Longchar||Assist the E.E during Investigation.|
|20||Shri Vikeshe Inspector||Confidential Assistant|
|21||Ms. Tosole, APO||To assist the P.O.|
|22||K. Hanso Yim Inspector||Investigation of cases.|
|23||Shri Kevin Zakievor Inspector||Investigation of cases.|
|24||Shri Ketoulhou Kense Inspector||Investigation of cases.|
|25||Shri Kevichatha S.I||Investigation of cases.|
|26||Shri Limatoshi S.I.||Investigation of cases.|
|27||Smti Nayangro, U/Secy||General Supervision of Administrative Branch/ Coordination matter in the Commission and other Govt. Deptt. Report/Staff attendance/Maintenance of Govt. Notifications/Circulars/Memorandum from various Departments.|
|28||Shri Temjenzulu, Supdt.||Budget Speech/ Governor & C.M. Speech/ Annual Report/Motor Vehicles and POL/Court Cases/ Modernization/Detailment of Drivers/Assembly question/RTI Act/Delegation of Finance Power/ Matter relating to upgradation and Creation of Post/Matter relating to service rules of Investigation Wing/Correspondence to regularization of Service through DPC for Gazetted and Non-Gazetted.|
|29||Shri Hakhamo, Asstt. Supdt.||Handling of cash & record/Reconciliation/Audit report/Scrutiny of all T.A. bills/Report PAC question/ Report of the Comptroller & Auditor General (PAC)/Fixation of pay/Correspondence Relating to Budget|
|30||Smti Thungchibeni, UDA||Matter relating to Gr-III staff/Office Expenses/ Matters relating to Pension for Gazetted & Non-Gazetted/Investigation/PIMS|
|Smti Mapulemla, UDA-Cum-Computer Asstt.||Vigilance Awareness Week/Accommodation/ Medical Advance/Re-imbursement/Advance T.A./Training/Library/Lokyakta/Clothing/Rent, Rate& Taxes/Water/Electricity/Telephone/ Newspaper/Census/Advertisement/Employment Exchange/Matter relating Gr-IV Staff.|
|32||Shri Shahpong Yanpai U.D.A.||Matter relating to Gazetted Officers/Incumbency list/Pay slip/Confirmation of Service of Gazetted & Non-Gazetted/Loan advance/Reservation of backward tribe/Election/Deputation of Gazetted & Non-Gazetted & UTP.|
|33||Miss Kekhriengunuo LDA-Cum-Computer Asstt.||Preparation of pay bills/compilation of expenditure/ Professional Service/Maintenance of GPF ledger for Gr-IV staff/Matter relating to GPF/New Pension Scheme/Appt. Of contingency staff.|
|34||Lhouliebei-o R/S||Dak runner.|
|35||Shri Kuosie-o, Duftry||Treasury & Bank duty|
|36||Virüduo, Peon||Receipt & Dispatch/Maintenance of Office Order Book/Stamp account.|
Manual- III : The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability:
- In almost all the major issues, be it administrative, financial, investigation of preliminary cases and any other policy matters, the Vigilance Commissioner is the final decision making authority.
- The IGP & Director who is also the Officer-in- Charge of the Vigilance Police Station is the over-all supervising officer for all criminal cases.
- All criminal cases and preliminary enquiries are routed through the Sr.S.P-I & II ends up with the IGP & Director. All the preliminary cases are put up to the IGP & Director for decision of the Vigilance Commissioner.
Manual �IV : The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions:
- The norms followed by the Commission for Establishment and Administrative matters are the same as practiced in any other government departments.
- The Technical Wing adopts the CPWD and NPWD Codes for all technical assessment whereas the Tribunal functions within the ambit of the Nagaland Discipline and Appeal Rules, 1967. Whereas Special Judge and District & Session Judge are trial Court for criminal offences booked under P.C. Act 1988 and Indian penal Court (IPC).
- The Anti-Corruption Directorate normally adopts the Criminal Procedure Code while discharging its functions in investigation matters.
- The Anti-Corruption Wing takes up Suo Moto cases on matters of public importance, cases referred to the Commission by the High Court, the State Govt. from time to time and also complaints received from general public on corruption matters.
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:
The detailed procedures/norms under which the State Vigilance Commission functions has been enumerated in various Govt. Resolutions, Notifications, Office Memorandums and Circulars from time to time which are reproduced here below:
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Manual- VI : A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control:
- Administrative documents.
- Documents relating to investigation and case matters.
- Documents relating to financial matters.
Manual � VII : 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:
No such arrangement exists in the Commission at the moment.
Manual � VIII : 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:
No such boards, councils, committees or other bodies exist in the Commission.
Manual � IX : Directory of its officers & employees:
Manual � X : THE MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN REGULARISATION.
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Manual � XI : Budget of the Vigilance Commission:
Manual � XII : The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes:
Manual � XIII : Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or
authorizations granted by it:
Manual � XIV : Details in respect of the information available to or held by
it, reduced in an electronic form:
So far there is no such information in electronic form.
Manual � 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:
- The Library facility in the Commission is available only to its employees during office
- The general public can obtain information through the Receiption Counter and also the
Notice Board of the Commission which are located in the first floor of the office building.
Manual � XVI : The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers:
- Appellate authority – Shri Sehjang Doungel, Secretary
- Public Information Officer – Shri L. Temsűnungsang, Sr. S.P.
For Anti-Corruption Wing, Ph. No 0370-2270147(O).
- P.I.O. – Shri Vikhozo Presenting Officer/P.P
For Law Wing Ph. No 9436005590
- P.I.O. – Shri Temjenzulu, Supdt.
Establishment Wing Ph.No.9612000752.
Manual � XVII : Such other information as may be prescribed: