Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to  Information Act 2005  

Right to information and obligations of public authorities

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

Nagaland Board Of School Education

Nagaland ::  Kohima

(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

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 Sec 4 (1)(b) of RTI Act 2005

Nagaland Board Of School Education

Nagaland ::  Kohima

MANUAL  -  I  :            Particulars of the Organization, Functions and Duties

 

Background :       The Nagaland Board of School Education is an autonomous establishment. It was set up through the Nagaland Legislative Assembly Act and received the assent of the Governor on the 15th of November 1973.

 

Mission Statement :      " Education with equity and excellence through labour and honour".

 

Objectives :

*        To strive for an all round excellence in educational and academic sphere;

*        to ensure qualitative education to promote intellectual, social and cultural

          vivacity among the students;

*        to create an environment that will develop competent, confident and enterprising citizens who will promote harmony and peace.

         

Functions :           To regulate, supervise and develop school education in the

                             State of  Nagaland.

 

 

 

             Address      :                  Bayavü Hill, Kohima.

Post Box No.       :                  613

E-mail                  :         nagaboard@sancharnet.in

Website                :         www.nbsenagaland.com

 

Office timings: 

                                      Summer :    9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

                                      Winter   :    9 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.

 

MANUAL -II :              Powers and duties of Officers and Employees. 

A.      Details of Powers and duties of officers.

Sl.no.

Designation

Powers

Duties

1.

Chairman

Monitoring and controlling

Executive Head

2.

Secretary

Controlling

Administration

3.

Controller of Examinations

-

Management of examinations

4.

Joint Secretary (Academic)

-

Planning & Managing academic activities

5.

Deputy Secretary (Admn)

-

Management of the establishment.

6.

Deputy Secretary (Exams)

-

Supervision over the Examination Branch.

7.

Joint Controller of Examinations

-

Management of Examinations.

8.

Deputy Controller of Examinations

-

To assist Controller of Examinations in addition to the duties of AAO’s

9.

Academic Officer

-

Co-ordinating academic activities.

10.

Information Technology Officer

-

Programming & management of Computer Cell.

11.

Assistant  Academic Officer

-

Developing curriculum & syllabus  and to assist in the examination matters.

 

12.

 

 

Assistant Secretary (Accounts)

 

-

 

Supervision of accounts.

13.

Superintendent (Establishment)

-

Maintenance of personal files (Officers)

14.

Superintendent (Examinations)

-

Management of Examination Branch.

 

15.

 

 

Liaison Officer

 

-

 

Public Relations

16.

Statistical Officer

-

Maintenance of statistical records.

 

17.

 

Assistant Controller of Examinations

 

-

To assist Controller of Examinations in addition to the duties of the AAO's.

18.

Assistant Information Technology Officer

-

To assist the Information Technology Officer

 

19.

 

Security Officer

 

-

To ensure security of the office

 

20.

 

Assistant Superintendent

 

-

 To assist the Superintendent

B.      Duties and responsibilities of Grade - III staff:

Sl.no.

Designation

Duty allotment

 

1.

 

Stenographers

Attached to Chairman, Secretary.

 

 2.

 

Computer Assistants

Data entry, operating & maintenance of computerized records for classes 9 to 12.

 

3.

 

UDA's (Accounts)

Preparing pay bills, collection of fees, processing files relating to accounts matter.

 

 4.

 

UDA's (Exam Branch)

Collection of forms and processing of files relating to examinations and academics.

 

 5.

 

UDA (Record)

 

Record keeping.

 

 6.

 

LDA's (Exam Branch)

Collection of forms and processing of files relating to examinations and academics.

 

 7.

 

LDA (Despatch)

 

Issue & dispatch.

 

 8.

 

Typists

Typing of Office Orders and any other assignment.

 

 9.

 

Record Keeper

 

Maintenance of records

 

10.

 

Machine Operator

 

Operation of Xerox and copier machine.

 

11.

 

Electrician cum Security Personnel

Fitting and repairing of electrical lines/ cables in the office and to assist the Security Officer

C.      List of drivers & their allotted duties:

Sl.no.

Name of Drivers

Vehicle no.

  1.

Arun Singh

NL-01C - 9696

  2.

Firoz Khan

NL-01C - 6398

  3.

Manidhan Singh

              NL-01H - 0744

  4.

Hekheni Mao

    NL-01C – B-0734

  5.

Lal Singh

NL-01H - 4252

  6.

Thungro

NL-01C - 4148

  7.

Robert Pradhan

NL-01C - 6937

  8.

Punendro Singh

NL-01C - 8900

  9.

Visuhol Kikhi

NL-01C - 5758

10.

Kishore Singh

              NL-O1C - 6927

11.

Vose Yoho

NL-01H - 0083

 

MANUAL - III :   The procedure followed in decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability. 

  

Sl.no.

Activity

Level of Action

 

 

* Preparation of examination materials by the Board which is subjected to the

approval of the  Examination Committee and the General Body of the Board.

* Conduct of examinations by the

concerned  schools for sl. no.1 & 3 by the selected center – schools for sl.no. 2 & 4.

1.

Conduct of Class 9 Promotion Examination

2.

Conduct of  HSLC Examination

 

3.

Conduct of Class 11 Promotion Examination

 

4.

 

Conduct of HSSLC Examinations

 

5.

 

Conduct of Joint Entrance Examination

Preparation and conduct of examination and declaration of merit list by the Board.

6.

Verification of documents

Confirmation of documents by a designated officer and the Order to be signed by one of the Controllers of Examinations.

7.

Issue of duplicate documents

Verification  by the dealing assistant to be counter checked by the Controllers.

8.

Developing curriculum & syllabus, textbooks, etc.

By AAO's under the supervision of the Academic Head & HoD, to be reviewed by the Curriculum & Textbook Committee and approval by the Governing Body.

 

9.

 

Conduct of Training & Workshop

 

Concerned head of the branch /Office.

 

10.

 

Registration of schools

 

Inspection of schools by the officials, recommendation by the Recognition Committee and approval by the Governing Body.

 

11.

 

Recognition of Schools

 

12.

 

Upgradation of Schools

 

  

MANUAL - IV :   The norms set for discharge of function.

 Sl.no.

 

 Activity

 Norms

 

 

 

1.

 

 

 

Examinations  

 *  Routine once fixed, shall not be altered except in the             

    event of unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances.

*  Persons involved with the examination works shall 

     maintain strict confidentiality.

*  To ensure  errors are not committed in  doing the

     confidential works.

*  To uphold integrity in the discharge of duties.

 

 

 

 2.

 

 

 

Academic        

 *  To ensure equitable development in respect of

    curriculum & syllabus, textbooks, etc.

*   Active supervision of evaluation works.

*  To act as an agent of skills development of teachers.

*  To be involved in research & training activities.

 

 

3.

 

 

Administration

 *  Proper maintenance of records, files and assets.

*  Strict adherence to rules relating to service matters.

*  Effective monitoring and supervision of the office

    functioning.

 

 

4.

 

 

Accounts

 * Supervision, monitoring and judicious use of Board's

    fund.

* Planning, budgeting and maintenance of records as

    per audit's instructions.

 

 

5.

 

 

Ministerial

 *  Prompt action in tabling of files.

*  Strict adherence to filing norms.

*  Proper maintenance of file records.

 

N.B.    Since the main nature of work in the Board is examinations oriented, all employees of every grade and all sections are engaged in examination related works as and when required.

 

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.

Names of the Acts, Rules, regulations, Instructions, Manual, Records, etc.

Type of Document

Brief gist of the document.

 

1.

 

NBSE Act

 

An Act

NBSE was set up through this Act. the Office  derive its power and functions from this Act.

 

2. 

Management of Examinations

Rules & instructions

Instructions and information pertaining to conduct and management of examinations.

 

3. 

Management of Examinations (Confidential)

Rules & guidelines

Instructions and guidelines on management of confidential works.

 

4.

 

General Rules

 

Rules

 

Rules on upgradation of high and higher secondary schools and management of schools.

 

5. 

 

 

CRSH

 

Records

Maintenance of the academic records of the students from class 1 to 12.

 

6. 

Rules & guidelines on the New Curriculum & Syllabus.

Rules & guidelines

Rules & guidelines on the new curriculum - ' Grading and Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation'.

 

7. 

 

List of Registered Schools and colleges.

 

 

Statistics

District- wise no. of private and government high and higher secondary schools and colleges registered with the Board.

8.

Grading at HSLC Examination

Rules and guidelines

Guidelines and information about grading system to be implemented at HSLC Examination level

9

Syllabus, sample question paper and Internal assessment of Listening and Speaking Skills for English (Cl. 9)

Rules and guidelines

Guidelines on how to go about in the transaction of class 9 English syllabus

 

MANUAL - VI :   A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control.

 

Sl.no.

Name / Category  of the documents.

Procedure to obtain the document.

 

1.

 

 

Pass certificate (Class 8-12)

Issued by the Board through the respective institutions after the declaration of results.

 

2. 

 

 

Mark sheet (Class 10 & 12)

 

-    do   -

 

 

3.

 

 

Migration Certificate

To be applied by the passed/successful candidates in the prescribed Form along with the Mark sheet & Pass Certificate and also to produce the Registration Card in original in the case of  + 2 passed candidates.

 

4.

 

 

Registration Card (Class 11)

To be applied by the candidates through the institutions and will be issued by the Board.

 

5. 

 

Admission Card

(Class 10 & 12)

Issued by the Board through the center - school before the commencement of examinations.

 

6. 

 

 

Eligibility Certificate

 

 Issued by the Board to a migrating student after verification to confirm the admission.

 

7. 

 

 

Citation for meritorious students.

 

Issued by the Board.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue of Duplicate documents

* Lost notice to be published in one of the local

   newspaper.

* If the document is destroyed by fire, the matter

   shall be reported to the Fire Service Station/Civil

   Administrative Officer of the area.

* The application to be submitted on a prescribed 

   form along with an FIR certificate, a copy of the

   newspaper clipping and a documentary proof of

   the identity.

* In case of admission card, two passport size photo

   (Black & White) attested by a Civil

   Administrative Officer in the rank of  SDO(C)

   and above is to be submitted.

* The prescribed amount of fees to be paid.

* If the document is damaged, the candidate may apply for the same attaching the damaged one.

 

 

MANUAL - 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  administration.

 

Sl. no.

Subject/Type

Public participation

Arrangement for seeking public participation

 

1.

 

Developing & reviewing of textbooks

 

Selected teachers, subject experts, etc.

Through questionnaire, workshop, interaction, etc.

 

2.

 

Developing curriculum & syllabus

 

Selected teachers, subject experts, etc.

Through questionnaire, workshop, interaction, etc.

 

 

3.

 

 

Conduct of examinations

 

Student leaders, teachers, public

leaders, etc

Through the center schools, Administrative Authority of the area, etc.

 

4.

 

 

 

Preparation of question papers.

 

Selected experienced subject teachers.

Through the recognized institutions.

 

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 of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.

 

I.       General Body :    It consists of the following members.

          a.       Chairman (Chairman of the Board).

          b.       Ex- officio members:

                   i.        The Director of School Education.

                   ii.       The Director of Youth Resources and Sports.

                   iii.      The Director of SCERT.

                   iv.      The Director of Employment & Craftsman Training.

                   v.       The Director of Higher Education.

                   vi.      One District Education Officer to be nominated by the Director

                             of School Education.      

          c.       Government nominee.

                   i.        Five teachers of whom at least two are women and at

least one shall be School teacher and one a College teacher.

ii.       Two teachers from Professional and Vocational schools.

          d.       Co-opted members:

                             Two members from amongst the distinguished educationists.

 

e.                 Secretary of the Board act as the Member Secretary.

The Governing Body is an advisory body constituted by the Nagaland Board of School Education Act, 1973. The body meet not less than thrice a year for consultations on important issues.

 

II.      For the purpose of carrying out its duties and functions imposed under the  Act, the Board also appoints the following committees:

 

  i.      Curriculum and Text book Committee.

 ii.      Examination Committee.

iii.      Recognition Committee.

iv.      Administration Committee.

 v.      Finance Committee.

 

                   The Committee consists of members of the Board and other persons appointed by it.

 

 

 

Manual -IX :      A directory of its officers and employees. 

Sl.

no.

Name

Designation

Educational
Qualification

Date of Birth

Date of joining into service

1.

Asano Sekhose

Chairman

M.A.(Hist)

23-09-66

01-02-90

2.

Lhoulaneilie

Addl.Secy (Academic)

M.A(Edu)

17-12-59

16-05-92

3.

Neilazolie Liezietsu

Controller of Exams.

B.A, B.Ed.

30-01-64

04-09-80

4.

Rangumbuing Nsarangbe

Sr. Academic Officer

B.Sc, B.Ed.

06-08-69

24-05-95

5.

Kekhrielhoutuo Nakhro

Sr. Information Technology Officer

B.Tech.Comp. Sc. & Engg.

21-07-72

10-06-96

6.

Keneilenyü Nagi

Academic Officer

M.A. (Eco)

16-06-67

03-07-99

7.

Iluheing Nsarangbe

Academic Officer

M.A.(Hist)

04-07-71

09-03-95

8.

Keneisalie Nakhro

Dy. Controller of Exams.

M.Sc (Che)

04-08-76

15-05-99

9.

Petevino Meyase

Academic Officer

M.A(Eng)

16-09-72

24-09-99

10.

Atha Lohe

Dy. Controller of Exams.

M.Com.

21-05-78

01-07-02

11.

Dziesevolie Tsürho

Asstt. Academic Officer

M.A (Pol.Sc)

22-02-75

01-11-02

12.

Ekyimo Shitiri

Asstt. Secretary (Acctts)

B.Sc, MBA

08-02-69

24-05-95

13.

Medonguzo Sekhose

Asstt. Secy.

P.U

11-02-62

11-10-83

14.

K. Sweyiekrol Thapo

Asstt. Secy

P.U

08-07-60

01-02-80

 

Manual - X :        The monthly remuneration received by each of  its officers and employees including the system of  compensation as provided in regulations.

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MANUAL-XI :               The budget allocated to each agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursement made. 

For the Financial Year 2013 - 14

Name of the head                                        Amount
Salaries & Wages                 :                  3,03,43,000/-
Printing & Stationary            :                  1,94,67,500/-
Remuneration                                :                  73,39,900/-
Exam Centre Expenses                   :                  63,90,000/-
Travelling & Conveyance      :                  36,41,000/-
Academic                                       :                  62,25,000/-
Professional & Spl. Services  :                  17,90,000/-
Purchases                                      :                  8,55,000/-
Office Expenses                              :                  20,66,000/-
Civil Works                          :                  8,10,000/-
Other Expenses                              :                  18,43,100/- 


Total            8,07,70,500/-

 

   

MANUAL-XII :    The manner of execution of Subsidy Programme.

 This manual is not relevant with the department.

 

 

MANUAL  -  XIII :        Particulars of recipients of concession  permits  or authorizations  granted by it.

AWARDS FOR HSLC & HSSLC RANK HOLDERS

 

HSLC

1. Nagaland  Board  of  School  Education.

a. Gold Medal to the topper

  

b. Citation Certificates to the top fifty

 

2. The  'Mayangnokcha  Awards'  for Academic  Excellence

              (For Naga students from within the state)

 

       Sl.No        Name of Award              Award component         Category

       i)         Mayangnokcha Award ` 20,000/-                      HSLC

                  "for Academic Excellence"                                     Memento + Certificate of merit                                                                                                                                            

       ii)        MAT - NE Sun Award ` 5000/-                         Subject topper in

                  Sponsored by ;                 Memento +  Certificate of        English

                  NE Sun, New Delhi                              merit.

                 

       iii)       MAT - RC Award         ` 5000/-                         Subject topper in

                  Sponsored by ;                 Memento +  Certificate of        AO(MIL)

                  Rockdale Club, Mkg.                            merit.

                 

       iv)       MAT - YRSD Award    ` 5000/-                         Subject topper in

                  Sponsored by ;                 Memento +  Certificate of        Social Sciences

                  Youth Resources & Sports,                   merit.

                  Govt.of Nagaland

      

       v)        MAT - TY Award         ` 5000/-                         Subject topper in

                  Sponsored by ;                 Memento +  Certificate of        Science

                  Tir Yimyim, Dimapur.                           merit.

                 

       vi)       MAT - EFoM Award    ` 5000/-                         Subject topper in

                  Sponsored by ;                 Memento +  Certificate of        Mathematics

                  Education Forum of Mkg.                    merit.

                 

3.  Governor’s award of ` 25,000 to the topper

 

4.  Madras  Telugu  Academy  Award to the topper.

 

5.  N.R. Sarma & N.J. Lakshmi Award

    (Cash award to Naga girl topper in Mathematics)

 

6.  Dr.Neilhouzhü  Kire  Angami  Award

    (` 10,000/- Cash award to topper in Tenyidie)

          

7.   Rev. Dr. Neiliezhü üsou Award of Excellence

      (` 15,000/- Cash award to topper in Music)

  

HSSLC

 

a.  Gold Medal to the topper

 

            ARTS  STREAM

            COMMERCE  STREAM

            SCIENCE  STREAM           

b.  Citation Certificates to the candidates in the merit list.

 

c.   Governor’s award of ` 25,000 each to the topper of the three stream.

 

d.  Manik Bhattacharjee Award ` 10,000 each to the toppers of the three streams.

  

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?

 

1.

 

 

Management of Examinations

 

Yes

 

Available in booklet form.

 

2. 

 

 

List of Registered Schools

 

Yes

 

Available in booklet form.

 

3.

 

General Rules

 

 

Yes

 

Available in booklet form.

 

4.

 

 

Syllabus (Class 9 to 12)

 

Yes

 

Available in booklet form.

 

5. 

Rules & Guidelines on the New Curriculum & Syllabus.

 

Yes

 

Available in booklet form.

 

6. 

Management of Examinations

 (Confidential)

 

Yes

 

Available in booklet form.

 

7. 

 

 

Model Question Paper for Class 9

 

Yes

 

Available in booklet form.

 

8. 

Result Gazette

(HSLC & HSSLC)

 

Yes

 

Available in website

 

9.

 

Notifications

 

Yes

 

 

Available in Guard file

10.

Grading at HSLC Examination

Yes

Available in booklet form

11.

JEE Syllabus

Yes

Available in booklet form

MANUAL  -  XV:          Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for obtaining information.

 

Sl. no.

                                          Facility Available

 

1.

 

 

Enquiry/Reception Counter

 

2.

 

Office Library

 

3.

 

 

Notice Board

 

4.

 

 

Website

 

5.

 

 

Printed Manual

 

6.

 

 

Issuing of copies of documents

 

7.

 

 

Telephone

 

8.

 

 

Postal address

 

9.

 

 

E-mail

 

MANUAL  -  XVI :        The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers. 

 

a)         Departmental Appellate Authority (DAA).

 

Name

Designation

Phone Nos.

Asano Sekhose

Acting      Chairman & Secretary

       Office

      Mobile

email

      2260201

      2260502

   9436001091

asekhose12@gmail.com

 

 

b) Public Information Officer(s) (PIO).

 

Name

Designation

Phone No.

    Dziesevolie

    Tsürho

Assistant Academic Officer

       Office

      Mobile

email

 

9436434600

dtsurho@gmail.com

 

MANUAL  -  XVII :       Such other information as may be prescribed and  thereafter updated every year.

 

A.      Related to seeking information:

        1. Any citizen can request for information.

        2. The request for information can be made in writing or through electronic means.

        3. An applicant can address his request to the PIO or APIO

        4. A request for obtaining information under sub-section (1) of section 6 shall be accompanied by an application fee of rupees ten.

5. For    providing information the fee shall be charged a shown below:

                   (a)      rupees two for each page (created or copied).

                   (b)     actual cost or price for samples or models.

                   (c)     rupees fifty for diskette or floppy.

 

 

B.      Matters that cannot be disclosed to the Public.

 

Sl.no.

Subject/File

Reason

1.

Answer scripts.

Supreme Court ruling in this regard and confidentiality.

2.

Name of the Examiners.

For personal security and confidentiality.

3.

 

Name of the Question Setters.

-do-

4.

Moderators

-do-

5.

Name/Places where confidential papers/documents are printed.

For security and confidentiality.

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