Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to  Information Act 2005

DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION AND FLOOD CONTROL

Nagaland: Kohima

Right to information and obligations of public authorities

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

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 DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION AND FLOOD CONTROL

NAGALAND: KOHIMA  

         Particulars of Organization, functions and duties

 INTRODUCTION

The Irrigation and Flood Control Department in Nagaland was created out of Agriculture Department on 1st April 1988 as an Engineering Department to take up various works in irrigation sector, flood mitigation and erosion control in the State. The Department was then headed by a Joint Director, later re-designated as Superintending Engineer. Since then, the Department has grown gradually and today it is headed by Chief Engineer with sizeable Officers in the rank of Addl. Chief Engineer, Superintending Engineer, Executive Engineer, Sub-Divisional Officer, Junior Engineer, other technical and ministerial staff in running the Department.

VISION

1.      To create irrigation potential through surface & ground water for sustainable agriculture.

2.      To bridge the gap between irrigation potential created and potential utilized.

3.      To mitigate flood erosion problem.

4.      To have sustenance through all round water resources development.

MISSION

1.      To create infrastructure facilities for providing sustainable irrigation

2.      To mitigate the flood and erosion problem for protection of important assets and landed properties.

ACTIVITIES

1.      Irrigation works

The Department of Irrigation & Flood Control, Nagaland over the years have been striving to achieve its ultimate goal of creating sufficient Irrigation Potential (IP) in the state to provide Sustainable Agriculture for increased food production and economic viability of the farming community.

To achieve sufficient IP in the Cultural Command Area (CCA) of more than 1,65,000 Ha, the Department has embarked in the construction of Minor Irrigation Projects in which diversion weirs, diversion channels, storage tanks, field channels, drops, aqueducts, protection walls etc are taken up all over the State, which are semi-permanent or permanent Irrigation structures to uplift the majority marginal farmers from the burden of un-economic and unviable jhum cultivation to a more meaningful sustainable agriculture resulting in economic growth of the farmers in particular and the State in as a whole.

 

2.      Flood Control (Anti Erosion) works    

Another thrust area of the Department lies in the protection of valuable land and other assets of the State from soil erosion caused by major rivers. The Department being a water resources department will continue implementing the Flood Management Programme under which flood mitigation, drainage and anti-erosion are dealt with. However due to topographical nature of the State, the problem of flash flood, erosion and meandering is prevalent in all the major rivers of the State particularly in the foothills. Construction of bank revetment with launching apron, spurs, flood walls etc are being contructed under this programme.

 

3.      Command Area Development & Water Management Programme (CADWM)

Along with the creation of irrigation potential which has been the main focus under the Bharat Nirman Programme, the Department undertakes an integrated approach to narrow down the gap between the potential created and its utilization under Command Area Development and Water Management Programme. Construction such as OFD Works i/c field channels, field drains, demonstration and adaptive trials are taken up under this programme.

 

4.      Civil works of the Department

The Department undertakes all civil works of infrastructures development programme mentioned above including building. Also, the civil works of the Land Resources Department and Land Records & Survey Department are looked after by the Department.

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE

            The organizational structure of the Irrigation and Flood Control Department are as under:

    Download Organizational chart.

1.      Administrative Level

 

Sl. No.

Designation

Nos.

1

Principal Secretary / Commissioner & secretary 

1

2

Addl. Secretary

1

3

Deputy Secretary                                    

1

4

Under Secretary

1

5

Section Officer

1

6

Junior Section Officer

2

7

 L D A

1

8

Steno

1

10

Typist

3

11

Peon

6

 

2.      Chief Engineer’s Office

            The Chief Engineer is the Head of the Department of Irrigation & Flood Control under the Administrative Head of a Principal Secretary to the Government of Nagaland. Besides Chief Engineer’s office, the Department of Irrigation and Flood Control Nagaland have one separate Investigation Cell under the charge of one Superintending Engineer and 11 (eleven) Divisional offices and 3 (three) Sub-divisional offices.

The strength of post and organization chart of the Department is given below:

Sl. No

Name of Post

Existing Strength

1

Chief Engineer

1

2

Addl.Chief Engineer

1

3

Superintending Engineer

3

4

Executive Engineer

15

5

Sub-Divisional Officer

28

6

Junior Engineer

42

7

Registrar

1

8

Asst. Director

1

9

Superintendent

2

10

Asst. Supdt.

4

11

UDA (State)

6

12

LDA (State)

17

13

UDA (District)

19

14

LDA (Dist)

51

15

Stenographer (Gr-II&III)

10

16

Typist

31

17

Mech -I

12

18

Auto-Electrician

1

19

Drill Mechanic

2

20

Drill Operator

1

21

Tractor Driver

14

22

Driver

41

23

Foreman

2

24

B/D Operator

6

25

IOS

1

26

SIS

2

27

Sr. Head Assistant

1

28

Head Assistant

5

29

Sub-Divisional Head Asst.

12

30

Electrician

2

31

Asst. Electrician

1

32

Sectional Assistant

6

33

Gauge Reader

6

34

Tracer

5

35

DCM

6

36

Tractor H/man

7

37

Truck H/man

2

38

Carpentry cum Blacksmith

1

39

Carpenter Helper

1

40

Welder

1

41

Mechanic Helper

3

42

Helper

3

43

Machinist

1

44

Mechanic Gr-II

2

45

Oilman

2

46

Ferro/printer (Sr)

3

47

Ferro/printer (Jr)

2

48

Duftry

3

49

Khalasi

4

Sl. No

Name of Post

Existing Strength

50

Sweeper

2

50

Mali

1

52

Instrumentationist

1

53

Catographic Asst.

1

54

Cartographic Gr-I

1

55

SO-II

30

56

Surveyor Gr-III

33

57

Chainman

36

58

Peon

48

59

Chowkidar

26

Total:

573

 

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4 (1) b (ii)     

          POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT, HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT AND OFFICERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION AND FLOOD CONTROL:

 

  1. Administrative Department

Sl.No

Name of the Officer & Designation

Duties & Responsibilities

1

R.Binchilo Thong,IAS
Principal Secretary
 

APC &  Principal Secretary the Administrative Head of the Department. All Administrative matters and decisions are taken with his approval .He is adviser to the Minister/ Parliamentary Secretary on all matters of policy and administrative.

2

T.Nungsang Ao,
Additional Secretary.

The Additional Secretary assists the Administrative Head of the Department in the day to day functioning of the Department.  He maintains the discipline of the office and co-operation among the subordinate officers and staff, and look after the department wherever the controlling officer is out of station or on leave. Carry out any works assigned by the controlling officer on by the Govt.

3

Ivukhu Sema,
Joint Secretary,

The Joint secretary assists the higher authorities in all functioning of the Department. All files / matters thoroughly examined at his level and submit it to the higher level with his comments & suggestion.

4

Meduhele,
Under Secretary,

The under Secretary also assists the higher authorities in the daily functioning of the Department. She functions as a link between the officers & Staffs. Studies all files thoroughly and gives comments/ suggestions in accordance with the existing office procedures and rules while putting up the files to the higher authorities.

5

Smti.Temjenmenla,        Section Officer

She will be responsible for supervision & efficient administration of the branch, prompt & satisfactory disposal of all matters pertaining to I & FC Department. To guide the officers & staffs of the Department as and when called for. 

6

Shri. P.Jacob Patton,
 Junior Section Officer

1). Budget matters, 2) All matters relating to implementation of project & sections,  3) Matters relating to court cases, 4) Audit/ PAC/ Assembly & Parliament  Questions/ AAR

7

Shri. Renchamo Kikon, Junior section Officer

1). All Estt. Matters of Gazetted & Non Gazetted/Contract & Casual Employees 2) Creation & Up gradation of Posts, 3) Continuation of Temporary posts 4). Matters relating to GPF/Medical re-           imbursement, 5) Correspondences from Raj Bhawan/ C.M Sectt/ CS/other VIPs/D.O letters, 6) Motor Vehicles/POL/stationery/           Construction, 7) Trainings/workshops/seminars       8) Independence Day/Republic Day Speech, 9) APC & Allied Deptts/ AHOD & HOD     Meetings/RTI Act/Tour Programme.

8

Shri. R.Yansamongo Ezong.
Sect. Asst.

  1. 1. Assembly & parliamentary Questions/AAR. 2. Matters relating to GPF/Medical re-imbursements. 3. Trainings/Workshops/Seminars. 4. Independence/ Republic Day Speech. 5. APC & Allied Deptts./AHOD & HOD. Meetings/RTI Act/Tour Programme/Court cases regarding Esst.matters. 6. Miscellaneous Correspondences.

 

 

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4.(1) b (iii)     

GUIDELINES FOR EXECUTION OF CIVIL WORKS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION & FLOOD CONTROL AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS.

 

At the Administrative level, the Department of Irrigation & Flood Control is headed by the Principal Secretary, Irrigation & Flood Control. The Principal Secretary deals with all administrative and establishment matters of the department. He is responsible for granting leave, promotion and transfer & posting of all gazetted officers under the department. It is the responsibility of the Principal Secretary to co-ordinate with other departments like the Planning Department, Finance Department etc. for grant of sanctions/ drawal authority etc for all kinds of developmental projects /financial transactions pertaining to the department. The Principal Secretary, Irrigation & Flood Control will also issue Administrative Approval(A/A) and Expenditure Sanction (E/S) for all financial transactions pertaining to the department after receiving concurrence /drawal authority from the Finance Department. Formulation of Yearly Budget and Works Programme of the department is done under the directional and guidance of the Principal Secretary, Irrigation & Flood Control Department. 
The Principal Secretary, Irrigation & Flood Control Department, will also represent the department in plan meetings and all other meetings concerning developmental programmes / activities and other issues at the government level. 
            The Chief Engineer, by virtue of being the head of the Irrigation & Flood Control department, is responsible for implementation of Government policies through efficient administrative and professional management under its control.
The procedures that are followed pertaining to different matters are as under: - 

1.   Establishment:  

The Chief Engineer will recommend to the State Government leave, promotion, disclipanary action, transfer and posting of all Gazetted Officers. He will deal himself with appointment, leave, promotion, disclipanary action and transfer and posting of all Non-Gazetted officers / staff in the Departments. The Chief Engineer will deal with establishment matters pertaining to pension cases, GPF and will accord sanction for expenditure(s) under establishment head. 

2.   Technical:   

Annual Plan is formulated by the Chief Engineer for submission to the Government for approval. Works Programme is prepared on the basis of the approved Annual Plan outlay and accordingly, budget allocations are made. Technical Estimates/Project Reports are prepared at the Division Level and proposals are submitted to Chief Engineer for Technical Approval. The Government, after thoroughly examining each case in merit, will accord Administrative Approval (A/A) of the proposals and Expenditure Sanction (E/S). On receipt of the Administrative Approval, necessary codal formalities are observed as per NPWD Code and Espenditure Sanction are proposed to Governemnt for execution and payment.. However, in respect of implementation of works under AIBP, the WUA’s are allowed to execute the works under Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM).

3.     Financial:   

All proposals need to be cleared by Planning and accorded Concurrence by the Finance Department after which only Administrative Approval and Technical Sanction are obtained. The Chief Engineer, according to the progress of works, submits proposals to the Government from time to time for issue of drawal authority against a specific project to which funds are available during the year. The Chief Engineer is also responsible for full utilization of funds made available for different projects during a specific financial year. The Drawing and Disbursing Officers of respective establishments are responsible for payment of salaries and other allowances due to the employees under their establishments. Drawal and Disbursement of GPF, leave encashment, GIS, Medical re-imbursements are made by the Chief Engineer. 

4.      Supervision:   

Whereas all developmental activities are done under the supervision of the Chief Engineer, the Executive unit of the Department is the Executive Engineer, the division in charge. The Executive Engineer is directly responsible for the successful implementation of a project. It is therefore, part of his duty to organize and supervise the execution of a project and see that they are suitably and economically carried out with materials of good quality and within the stipulated period. The Executive Engineer is assisted by the Sub-Divisional Officer who is responsible to the Divisional Officer for management and efficient execution of works under his sub-division. Junior Engineers and Sectional Officers assist the sub-divisional Officer in supervision of works. They are required to be present at the worksite. 

5.      Accountability:  

 All the officers, staff under the department are accountable for their assigned works for timely disposal of works and activities. 
As measure for maintaining transparency, all notices, orders and information of public importance are displayed on the notice boards. Matters relating Tenders for works are published in Newspaper for wide publicity. 
All transactions made under different establishments in the department are test checked/Audited by the Accountant General, Nagaland. Discrepancies and objections are reconciled and clarified by the respective Drawing and Disbursing Officers concerned. Periodical internal audits are also done by the Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Nagaland. 

 

6.     Matters pertaining to Right to Information

The Chief Engineer is the Appellate authority of the department under the provision of Right to Information. PIOs and APIOs are the Officers subordinate to the Chief Engineer and they include Superintending Engineers, Executive Engineers and Sub-Divisional Officers at different establishments under them. 

 

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4 (1) b (iv): 

   NORMS SET BY IT FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS::

The norms for discharge of functions at different levels (Officers & Staff) are as follows:-

 

  1. Chief Engineer :

(i)  He is overall head of department.
(ii)  He is responsible to the government for efficient administration and control of all works under the department.
(iii) All correspondences with the government pertaining to establishments, technical and financial matters are made through him.
(iv) He will recommend to the government leave, promotion, punishment and transfer/posting of Gazetted Officers under the department.
(v)Appointments, leave, disciplinary action, promotion, transfer/posting of non-gazetted subordinates are dealt with by him.
(vi)  He is the technical head of the Department.
(vii)  He will prepare the annual budget estimate.
(viii)  He will also compile the Annual Administrative Report.
(ix) He is responsible for preparation and submission of proposals/DPRs to the government.
(x)  He will also administer grant for different works and is responsible for timely completion of all projects.
(xi) He is also responsible for control over expenditure and progress of works under his wing.
(xii)He will also be responsible for calling of Tenders, Quotations of different projects/works under his wing.

  1. Additional Chief Engineer :

             The Additional Chief Engineer will exercise the powers and duties delegated to the Chief Engineer when holding independent charge. 

  1. Superintending Engineers :

(i)  Superintending Engineers are responsible for monitoring of schemes assigned to them for efficient, economical and speedy completion of the works.
 (ii) The Superintending Engineer will give technical advice to the Divisional Engineers in matters relating to execution of work, preparation of detail designs and estimates and Detail Project Reports. 
(iii)  The Superintending Engineer will bring to the notice of the Chief Engineer, cases of incompetence or dereliction of duties by Officers/staff. 
4.        Executive Engineers : 
(i) Executive Engineers are the Officers-In-Charge of Divisions which are the executive unit of the Department.
(ii)  The Executive Engineers are directly responsible for supervision and execution of all projects under their respective Divisions.
(iii) The Executive engineers are also responsible for repair and maintenance of Roads, buildings and machineries under their respective Divisions.
(iv) It is also the responsibility of the Executive Engineers to prevent encroachment on Government lands in his charge.
(v)  He will also report important or serious accidents, fire, earthquakes and storms of floods to the appropriate authority.
(vi) It is the duty of the Executive Engineer for correct maintenance of accounts of all transactions that takes place within his division.
 5.       Sub-Divisional Officers : 
(i)  The Sub-Divisional Officer is responsible for management and efficient execution of works under Sub-Division.
(ii)  It is the responsibility of the Sub-Divisional Officers to ensure that all accounts pertaining to works and stores are submitted punctually and regularly. 
(iii)  Sub-Divisional Officers are also responsible for efficient management of work-charged establishment under him.
 6.       Junior Engineers
(i)  Junior Engineers are responsible to the sub-divisional Officers for supervision of works under his section.
(ii)   Junior Engineers are also responsible for timely submission of accounts of stores, road metals etc. under their jurisdiction
7.         Field staff
 Field staff under the department includes Sectional Assistants, Surveyors, Chainman, Drivers, Helpers of different categories, and manual labourers. As their names suggests, they are assigned with specific jobs which are carried out under the supervision of Sectional Officers, Junior Engineers or under direct orders from the Sub-Divisional Officers as per necessity.
8.        Accounts Officer :
The Account officer assists the Chief Engineer in all matters relating to Budget.
(i)It is also the responsibility of the Accounts Officer to monitor the expenditures being incurred for various projects.
 (ii) It is also the responsibility of the Accounts Officer to monitor the expenditures being incurred for various projects.
 (iii)The Accounts Officer will also advise the Chief Engineer on matters relating to Audit Reports, Draft Paras etc. of all the DDos under the department.
 9.      Registrar : 
 (i)  Administrative correspondences in all matters. 
 (ii) Communication with the Government as well as with the Divisions in all matters relating to establishment. 
10.   Superintendents :  
(i)  Superintendents will assist the Registrar in all matters pertaining to establishments.
(ii)The Superintendents will also assist the Accounts and Technical Branches in corresponding with different authorities. 

11.   Divisional Head Assistant
Divisional Head Assistants in the Offices of Divisions are responsible for smooth functioning of their respective offices. They are also responsible for all matters pertaining to establishments. 
12.   Sub Divisional Head Assistant :  
 Sub-Divisional Head Assistants are responsible for all matters pertaining to establishments in a Sub-Divisional office. 
13.   Upper Division Assistant (Directorate and Districts)
          Upper Division Assistants (UDA) will assist the Registrars and Superintendents in the Directorate Office and Divisional Head Assistants in the Circle and divisional offices in processing files and all other correspondence matters. 
14.   Lower Division Assistants (Directorate and Districts)/Typist :  
The Lower Division Assistants will assist the Registrars, Superintendents, Accounts Officers, Divisional Head Assistants, Sub-Divisional Assistants and UDAs in processing files and typing the correspondence matters 
15.   Grade IV Staff :  
Grade IV staff includes Ferro-Printers, Duftry, Helpers, Handymen, Malis, Attendants, Peons, Chowkidars, Sweepers whose duties are specifically assigned as their names suggests. They assist the Office Staff and Field Staff as per requirement.                                         

  1.   Stenographers 

 Stenographers of different grades attached to officers at  the different levels will directly assist the concerned officers in corresponding with other offices. They will also handle confidential matters as per necessity.
        
         
 Following are the Officers and other technical staff whose duties and responsibilities are explained briefly.

  1. The Executive Engineer (Design) :

The executive Engineer will assist the Chief Engineer/Addl. Chief Engineer and Superintending Engineer in all technical matters. 

  1. Sub-Divisional Officer (technical Consultant) :   

The SDO( T.C ) attached to Technical Branches of the Offices of Chief Engineer will assist the technical branches of the offices they are attached to in disposing of all technical works. 

  1. Other Technical Staff  :  

Other Technical Staff in the technical branches of Head Office, and Divisional offices include Junior Engineers, Draftsman, Tracers who will assist the Technical officers at different levels in all Technical matter. 

 

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      RULES, REGULATION, MANUALS AND RECORDS UNDER ITS CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING ITS FUNCTIONS:

 

The Department being an engineering department under water resource sector in general adopt all rules and codal procedure for engineering works and guidelines issue for implementation of schemes by Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India.


SL.
No.

Names of Acts,
Rules, Manual
Regulations etc.

Type
of
Doc.

Brief gist of
Document

From where
one can get
a copy.

Fee charged by the Deptt.
for a copy of the rules, etc. or the price in case of priced publication.

1

The Nagaland Irrigation & Flood Control Engineering Service Rule,1994

  Rules

Definitions, duties of officers, codes to be followed.

O/o Chief Engineer, IFCD
Kohima.

  
 Price as per Xerox copy

2

The Nagaland Engineering Service Rule, 1997

 Rules

 

do

 

do

  Price as per Xerox copy

3

Leave Rules,1972

 Rules

Rules pertaining to
Leave.

 

do

   Price as per Xerox copy

4

Nagaland Services
( Discipline and appeal) rules 1967

 Rules

 Rules pertaining to discipline & appeals

 

do

   Price as per Xerox copy

5

Rules of
Executive
Business

Rules

 Rules for functioning of the dept.

 

do

   Price as per Xerox copy

6

The Nagaland Work charge and Casual Employees Bill 2001

Rules

Rules pertaining to work charge & casual employees

 

do

   Price as per Xerox copy

7

The All Nagaland District Ministerial Staff Service Rule

  Rules

Rules pertaining to ministerial staff

 

do

   Price as per Xerox copy

8

The Nagaland PWD Codal Procedures

  Rules

Engineering codal procedure

do

 

9

Guidelines for submission, appraisal and clearance of irrigation and multipurpose projects 2002 by the Central Water Commission, MOWR.

Policy

Guidelines for implementation of AIBP

do

Free

10

Revised Guidelines for providing Central Assistance to State Governments for Flood Control and River Management works under Flood Management Programme-A State Sector Scheme(2007-12)

Policy

Guidelines for implementation of FMP

do

Free

11

Guiding principles of implementation of Restructured Command Area Development and Water Management Programme (CADWM) published by the Ministry of Water Resources CADWM-Wing, June 2004.

Policy

Guidelines for implementation of CADWM

do

Free

 

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4. (1) b (vi):        

      

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

 

Sl. No

Name of documents

Procedure to obtain

Hold by/ under the control of

1

Land And Building Documents i/c Pattas, Sale Deeds

Not for sell/issue

E.E-I

2

Topo Sheets

- do -

J.E.

3

Annual  Administrative Reports

Official use & reference only

Asst. Superintendent (Planning)

4

Annual Plan Documents

- do -

-do-

5

Master Plan of I&FC Department

- do -

Addl. Chief Engineer

6

Master Plan of Brahmaputra & Barak Basin

- do -

E.E-I

7

3rd Party Evaluation Report of CADWM &FMP Schemes

- do -

S.D.O-I/II

8

Minor Irrigation Census Report

- do -

Asst. Director (Statistic)

9

Technical Manual on Water Application Methods

- do -

EE.II

10

Technical Manual for Measurement of Irrigation  Water

- do -

E.E-II

11

Report on Pumping Test & Well Log

- do -

E.E-II

12

Various Guidelines for Irrigation & FMP Schemes like AIBP,FMP,CADWM,NEC

Download from website

S.D.O I/II

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4 (1) b (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;

The Department of Irrigation and Flood Control is a water resource department. Major programme of the Department are funded under Ministry of Water Resources (MoWR), Govt. of India. The technical appraisal and proposals for implementation of its programme are vetted through the agencies of the MoWR such as Brahmaputra Board (BB) and Central water Commission (CWC). Hence, in various Committee of the Department the representative of the BB and CWC are standing members. As such, due consultation is always taken with the concerned central agencies mentioned above.

 

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4. (1) b (viii):        

The followings are the Board and Committees set up by the Department

  1. State Flood Control Board

i.   Constitution of the State Flood Control Board
1.   Hon’ble Chief Minister                                                                  : Chairman
2.   Hon’ble Finance Minister                                                         : Member
3.   Hon’ble Minister/Parliamentary Secretary in charge of
      Flood Control Works                                                              : Member
4.   Chief Secretary/Addl. Chief Secretary                                               : Member
5.   Finance Commissioner, Nagaland                                            : Member
6.   Engineer-in-Chief, PWD, Nagaland                                          : Member
7.   Chief Engineer, Irrigation and Flood Control, Nagaland   : Member
8.   Secretary, Irrigation and Flood Control, Nagaland                         : Member Secretary

  1. Functions of State Flood Control Board
    1. To assess the flood problem in the State and to deal with question of policy in connection with the flood relief and measures for flood control and protection.
    2. To examine and approve the recommendation of the State Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) on Flood Management for schemes under Flood Management Programme.
    3. To plan necessary remedial measures and determines its priorities.
    4. To arrange for the implementation of approved scheme according to authorized schedule.
    5. To devise measures to cope with emergent situation.

 

The State Flood Control Board will meet as and when necessary but not less than once in a year. A full account of the details of discussion at the meeting will be maintained. The Committee will frame its own rules of business. The quorum for each meeting shall be not less than two-third of the members (i.e. 5 members)

 

III.      State Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for Minor Irrigation Schemes under AIBP
i.   Constitution of Members

  1. Secretary, I & FC                                     : Chairman
  2. Chief Engineer, IFCD                               : Member
  3. Addl. Chief Engineer, IFCD                       : Member
  4. Director (M & A) CWC, Guwahati

Or, its representative                                         : Member

  1. Superintending Engineer – I                               : Member Secretary
  2. Superintending Engineer – Invn. Circle     : Member
  3. The duties & functions of the State Technical Advisory Committee (M.I under AIBP) are;
  4. Examination of Proposals of New M.I Schemes under AIBP and issue Techno-economic Clearance thereof.
  5. Approval of the list and Nos. of M.I Schemes to be fixed for each year under AIBP within the Budgetary provision available,
  6. Fair distribution of M.I Schemes to the uncovered potential areas of the State.
      1. Monitoring Cell in the State for Monitoring of Minor Irrigation Schemes under AIBP
  1. Constitution of Committee
  2. Additional Chief Engineer                         : Chairman
  3. Superintending Engineer – I                              : Member
  4. Director (M & A) CWC, Guwahati

Or, its representative                                         : Member

  1. Executive Engineer (Design)                               : Member
  2. Executive Engineer (M.I)                          : Member
  3. Sub-Divisional Officer (TC)                        : Member Secretary
  1. The duties & functions of the Monitoring Cell (M.I under AIBP) are;
  2. To monitor the implementation of M.I Schemes under AIBP from inception till its completion in all districts of the State. At least 60% of the Schemes should be physically verified.
  3. To submit the Quarterly Monitoring Report to the Chief Engineer reporting the status of the scheme both physical & financial.
  4. Annual Monitoring Report to be presented to Chief engineer as mentioned in (b) above.

The meeting of such Board and Committee are not open to the public but the minutes are accessible for public.

 

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4. (1) b (iX):    

 (ix) A Directory of its Officers and Employees 

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4. (1) b (X):  

EMPLOYEES UNDER CHIEF ENGINEER, IRRIGATION & FLOOD CONTROL NAGALAND WITH SCALE OF PAY AND THE NUMBER OF POST.:

Office of the Chief Engineer and Districts. Incumbency list

 

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4. (1) b (XI):  

the budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made  

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the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes.

: Nil. The Department of Irrigation and Flood Control does not execute any subsidy programmes

 

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Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorisations granted by it 

Nil

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Details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form

Sl.
No.

Information/Activities for which data is available in electronic form

Can it be shared with the public?

Is being used as back end database?

With whom it is held/ available?

Whom to contact.

1

Right to Information Act, 2005

Yes

Yes

Public Information Officer

Public Information Officer

2

Voluntary Disclosures under the RTI Act

Yes

Yes

Public Information Officer

Public Information Officer

3

Programmes of various schemes implemented by the department.

Yes

Yes

Officers

Addl. Chief Engineer

4

Pay roll of Employees

Yes

Yes

 D.D.O.

D.D.O.

5

Five Year Plan/ Annual Plan

Yes

Yes

Asstt. Suptd. Planning

Asstt. Suptd. Planning

6

Annual Report to State Information Commission

Yes

Yes

Public Information Officer

Public Information Officer

7

Incumbency List

Yes

yes

Registrar

Registrar

8

Annual Adm. Report

Yes

Yes

Asstt. Suptd. Planning

Asstt. Suptd. Planning

9

Directory of Employees

Yes

Yes

Registrar

Registrar

10

Minor Irrigation Census

Yes

Yes

Asstt. Director Statistics

Asstt. Director Statistics

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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.

Facility available

Nature of information available

Working hours

1

Notice Board

Notices, Circulars, NIT, etc.

All working hours             (10.00 AM to 4.00PM)

2

Computers

Informations in electronic format, CDs, etc.

All working hours         (10.00 AM to 4.00PM)

 

4(1) b (xvi):  

 Contact Person:  Name and contact numbers of PIOs in the   Department of Irrigation & Flood Control, Nagaland.

 

  1. Administrative Level:

Sl.
No.

Name & Designation of the Appellate Authority, Public Information Officer & Asst Public Information Officer.

Contact No.

Address

Office

Mobile

1.

Shri. R.Benchilo Thong, IAS Principal Secretary.( A.A.)

0370 – 2243096

9436000299

Department of Irrigation & Flood Control,
Civil Secretariat Complex
Nagaland, Kohima.
Pin No-797001

2.

Shri. T.Nungsang Ao.
Addl. Secretary. (P.I.O.)

 

9436006585

do.

3.

Shri. Ivukhu Sema,
Deputy Secretary. (A.P.I.O.)

 

9436604410

do.

  1. Chief Engineer’s Office Level:

Sl.
No.

Name & Designation of the Appellate Authority, Public Information Officer & Asst Public Information Officer.

Contact No.

Address

Office

Mobile

1.

Er. T.Yanger Ao.
Chief Engineer (A.A.)

0370 -2270923

9436010272

Office of the Chief Engineer, Irriagtion and Flood Control.
Nagaland, New Capital Complex, Kohima.
Pin No - 797001.

2.

Er., Er. Njilo Kemp Superintending Engineer (P.I.O.)

 

9436013602

do.

3.

Er. Kughaho Sema
Executve Engineer (A.P.I.O.)

 

9436000183

do.

  1. District Level:

Sl.
No.

Name & Designation of the Appellate Authority, Public Information Officer & Asst Public Information Officer.

Contact No.

Address

Office

Mobile

1.

Er. Thepfusalie Gouzi,
Executive Engineer (P.I.O)

 

9436016673

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Kohima, Nagaland.
Pin Code-797001

2.

Er. Razuovolie Kelio,
Executive Engineer (P.I.O.)

 

9436017848

O/o the S.E. Invn circle, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Dimapur, Nagaland.
Pin Code-797112

3.

Er.Ghukhui Zhimomi,
Executive Engineer (P.I.O.)

 

9436000464

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Dimapur, Nagaland.
Pin Code-797112

4.

Er, Hotovi Sema,
Executive Engineer  (P.I.O.)

 

9436000040

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Mokokchung, Nagaland.
Pin Code-798601

5.

Er. Chubasashi Chang, Executive Engineer (P.I.O.)

 

9436007962

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Tuensang, Nagaland.
Pin Code-798612

6.

Er. Tsuktinungsang,
Executive Engineer (P.I.O)

 

9436006051

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Mon, Nagaland.
Pin Code-798621

7.

Er. J. Lanu. Longchar,
 Executive Engineer (P.I.O)

 

9436439567

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Wokha, Nagaland.
Pin Code-797111

8.

Er. Nizal Tepa,
Executive Engineer (P.I.O)

 

9436005407

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Phek, Nagaland.
Pin code-797108

9.

Er. K. Hutoi Sema,
Executive Engineer (P.I.O)

 

9436005248

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Zuneboto, Nagaland.
Pin Code-798620

10.

Er. Judah Thong,
Executive Engineer (P.I.O)

 

9436602539

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Jalukie, Nagaland.
Pin code-797110

11.

Er. Huska Yeptho,
Executive Engineer (P.I.O.).

 

9436008645

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Longleng, Nagaland.
Pin code-798625.

12.

Er. P. Pochury,
Sub-Divisional Officer (P.I.O)

 

9402697379

O/o the ExecutiveEngineer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Kiphire, Nagaland.
Pin code-798611.

  1. Sub – Division Level:

Sl.
No.

Name & Designation of the Appellate Authority, Public Information Officer & Asst Public Information Officer.

Contact No.

Address

Office

Mobile

1.

Er. Putikokba S.D.O.
(A.P.I.O)

 

9436017427

O/o the Sub-Divisional officer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Mangkolemba, Mokokchung District.
Nagaland.
Pin Code798604

2.

Er. Wapang Imti S.D.O. (A.P.I.O)

 

9436013072

O/o the Sub-Divisional officer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Tuli, Mokokchung District.
Nagaland.
Pin Code 798618

3.

Er. Dikhalo Lasushe. S.D.O. (A.P.I.O)

 

9436831568

O/o the Sub-Divisional officer, Irrigation & Flood Control,
Tizit, Mon District.
Nagaland.
Pin code-798602

 

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 (XVII) such other information as may be prescribed; and thereafter update these publications every year