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Department of Social Welfare

Nagaland ::  Kohima

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE

Particulars of organization, function & Duties

 

INTRODUCTION

 

 

The Department of Social Welfare is assigned with task of implementing schemes aimed at the upliftment of the vulnerable and the weaker sections including the disabled, the aged and children. Ever since its inception in 1968, the department has been implementing social welfare programmes connected with the promotion and development of various welfare activities especially for:

 

1)            Child Welfare,

2)            Welfare of the Aged,

3)            Welfare of the Disabled and

4)            Tribal Welfare Programmes.

 

 

1.                  Child Welfare Programme:

 

(a)       Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Scheme:

Text Box:  
 

 

                                    There are presently 59 ICDS projects operating in the state covering more than 3.45 lakh beneficiaries under 3455 Anganwadi Centres. These centres provide a package of services such as nutrition, health check up, immunization, non-formal pre-school education and referral services to children up to the age of 0-6 years and to pregnant women and lactating mothers. Anganwadi Worker (AWW) who is assisted by a Helper looks after each Anganwadi Centre. The Anganwadi Worker is the focal point of delivery of services and she is the key functionary in the organizational set-up of the ICDS project. Besides the delivery of the package of services, it is the duty of the AWW to conduct regular health and nutrition education through home visits. To provide suitable accommodation for running of Anganwadi Centres; altogether 2370 Anganwadi Houses have been constructed in ICDS projects. In addition to Anganwadi houses already constructed, 1085 more Anganwadi houses are to be constructed in the coming years. 

  

(b)     Supplementary Nutrition Programme:

 

Under this programme, various supplementary nutrition food items such as biscuits, soya-based food items are distributed to 3.45 lakh children, pregnant women and lactating mothers in 3455 Anganwadi Centres under 59 ICDS Projects located across the State.

 

(c)    Children in need of care and protection:

 

Under this scheme grant-in-aid is provided to deserving NGOs for taking care of orphans, destitute and disabled children in the following Children’s Homes and Institutions during 2011-12:-

1) Nagaland Children’s Home Diphupar,

2) Eden Garden Children’s Home Khuzama,

3) Kohima Orphanage & Destitute Home,

4) Asia Evangilistic fellowship, Dimapur

5) Children Home, Longleng

6) Douglas Memorial Children Home Mon,

7) Mothers Hope Dimapur,

8) Wondang-ki Destitute Children Home, Dimapur,

9) Nagaland Council for Child Welfare Kohima,

10) St. Joseph Children Home, Dimapur,

11) Gate Way orphanage, Dimapur

12) Ebenezer Children’s Home, Dimapur,

13) Transformation Resource Centre, Dimapur.

14) Neighbourhood seervice Society, Dimapur

15) Sphia foundation, Dimapur

16) Touchlife Centre, Chumukidema

17) Society of Aborgines, Zbto.

 

          (d)       Prevention and control of juvenile social maladjustment:- 

Under this scheme, which is jointly funded by the Central and State Govt on 50:50 basis, the department maintains one Special Home & Observation Home at Pherima where training, education and rehabilitation services are provided to juvenile delinquents. Over the years the Homes have been able to reform altogether 182 juvenile delinquents out of which several of them are now gainfully employed both in the Govt. and private sectors. 

 

            2.         Welfare of the Aged Programme:

Five Old Age Home has been set up at Kohima, Mon, Zunheboto, Dimapur, Mokokchung through suitable NGOs. More Old Age Homes will be set up in the District HQs through suitable NGOs.             

         

 2. Welfare Programme for persons with Disability (PWD)

Under the State assisted programmes the following pension schemes are provided to the Person with Disability,

(a) Physically disabled students from Class A to class VIII are provided with scholarship ranging from Rs.200/-

(b) Financial assistance @ Rs.200/- p.m. is provided to needy invalid persons. Altogether 1500 invalid persons are covered under this scheme currently.

(c) At present 200 totally blind persons are being provided with financial assistance @ Rs.200/- pm.

(d) On the recommendation of the Dept. the NHFDC has sanctioned loan to 499 disabled persons @Rs.50,000/- each for takingup various trades like grocery, vegetable vendor/garden, piggery, poultry, tailoring, handicrafts etc.

(e) Besides the financial assistance to the individual bebneficiaries, the following NGOs were given grant-in-aid during 2011-12:

1) All Nagaland Disable People Organisation

2) Cherry Blossom Society, kohima

3) Nagaland Parents Association for the Handicapped, Kohima

4) Sentiolong Welfare Society, mokokchung

5) Nagaland Blind Association, Dimapur

6) Deaf Biblical Ministry, Dimapur

7) Jo Foundation, Kohima

8) Tabitha Enabling Academy, Kohima

9) Highland Hall School, Dimaput

              

4. Grant-in- aid to Voluntary organization dealing with Drug Abuse and Alcoholism during 2011-12:-  The following NGOs dealing with the Drug Abuse Prevention and Alcoholism were given grant-in-aid during 2011-12:

1)      Kripa foundation, Kohima

2)      Youth mission, Kohima

3)      Kripa Foundation, Zunheboto

4)      Arok Khu Society, Tuli town, Mkg.

5)      Shalom Rehabilitation Centre, Dimapur

6)      Ruthless Sabotage band.

 

5.Tribal Welfare Programme:

      Grant under Article 275 (1) of the Constitution of India.

 

The Ministry of Tribal Affairs provides funds under Article 275(1) of the Constitution for implementation of various infrastructure programmes for the benefit of the tribal people: -

 

(a)   Residential School for Tribal Students:

 

Under this programme, the construction of 3 Residential schools for tribal students sanctioned by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs at Tuensang, Tizit and Diphupar have been completed. The activities of the 3 residential schools will commence during this academic year where education will be imparted free of cost to needy tribal students from Class-VI to Class-XII.

 

 

             (b)        Tribal Welfare Complex:

A Tribal Welfare Complex at Kohima near the Indira Gandhi Stadium which was sanctioned by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs during 2004-05 is completed and another 4 such Complexes are also established in Mokokchung, Zunheboto, Phek & Wokha. These complexes will showcase various tribal artefacts and would also provide facilities for cultural, musical and recreational activities for all section of the society, particularly children and the youth.

 

6. National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP):

 

The department is the nodal agency for implementation of this centrally sponsored scheme which is funded by the Ministry of Rural Development. A District Level Committee headed by the respective Deputy Commissioners and assisted by the District Welfare Officer along with the other district level officers supervises the following programmes for the benefit of needy people of BPL families.

 

(a)   Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme:  Under this scheme, the department provides a monthly pension @ Rs.200/- p.m. to aged persons of 60 years and Rs.500/- pm to those sr.citizens above 80 yrs and above, under which there are presently 47191 beneficiaries. The State Govt.also contributes Rs.100/- pm per beneficiaries.

 

(b)   Indira Gandhi National Disability Pension Scheme: Under this scheme, the department provides a monthly pension @ Rs.200/- p.m. to persons with severe disabilities (80%) of 18 years and above, under which there are presently 1276 beneficiaries.

 

(c)    Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme: Under this scheme, the department provides a monthly pension @ Rs.200/- p.m. to widows of 18 years to59 yrs, under which there are presently 1961 beneficiaries.

 

(d)   National Family Benefit Scheme: Under this scheme in the event of the death of the primary breadwinner of family, a lump-sum one-time grant of Rs.10,000/- is given to the family.

 

7.         THE INTEGRATED CHILD PROTECTION SCHEME (ICPS)

 

The Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS), a Centrally sponsored Scheme, with the primary aim of establishing a safety net of dedicated and quality personnel, structures and services for Child Protection across the country, was approved for implementation on 26th of February, 2009.

The Scheme translates into programmes, the vision of a secure environment for all children, as envisaged in the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, wherein their rights are ensured so that they can develop to their full potential.

PURPOSE OF ICPS:

The Integrated Child Protection Scheme is expected to significantly contribute to the realization of Government/State responsibility for creating a system that will efficiently and effectively protect children. It is based on cardinal principles of “protection of child rights” and “best interest of the child”.

OBJECTIVES OF ICPS:

The objectives of ICPS are to contribute to the improvements in the well being of children in difficult circumstances, as well as to the reduction of vulnerabilities to situations and actions that lead to abuse, neglect, exploitation, abandonment and separation of children. These will be achieved by:

(i)                 Improved access to and quality of child protection services.

(ii)               Raised public awareness about the reality of child rights, situation and protection in India. 

(iii)             Clearly articulated responsibilities and enforced accountability for child protection

(iv)             Established and functioning structures at all Government levels for delivery of statutory and support services to children in difficult circumstances

(v)               Introduced and operational evidence based monitoring and evaluation.

TARGET GROUPS:

(i)                 Children in Need of Care and Protection (CNCP) as defined by the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000.

(ii)               Children in Conflict with law (CICL)

(iii)             Children in contact with law – as victim, witness.

(iv)             Any other vulnerable child (including but not limited to): children of migrant families, children of socially marginalized groups, exploited/trafficked/drug-affected children, children of prisoners/women in prostitution and children affected/infected with HIV/AIDS.

IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES:

(i)                 State Government/UT Administrations

(ii)               National Institute for Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD)

(iii)             Childline India Foundation (CIF)

(iv)             Central Adoption Resource Agency (CARA)

  

 

Government – Civil Society Partnership

In order to reach out to all children, in particular to those in difficult circumstances, the Ministry of Women and Child Development proposes to combine its existing child protection schemes under one centrally sponsored scheme titled ICPS. ICPS will function as a Government- Civil Society Partnership scheme under the overarching direction and responsibility of the Central and State Governments. ICPS will work closely with all stakeholders including government departments, the voluntary sector, community groups, academia, and most importantly, families and children to create protective environment for children in the country.

The Government of India (GOI) will have the primary responsibility for the development and funding of the scheme as well as ensuring flexibility by cutting down rigid structures and norms. The GOI will also create an integrated, live, wed-based database on children including child tracking systems and a Management Information System. It will be the responsibility of the State Governments/UT Administrations to ensure effective implementation of the scheme by quick devolution and utilization of the funds. 

CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION & INDIVIDUALS

 It includes Voluntary Sector, Research and Training Institutions, Media and Advocacy groups, Community groups, local leaders, Volunteers, youth groups, families and children. To provide protective and conducive environment for children, to act as watchdog and monitor child protection services by inter-alia participating in the village and block level child protection committees.

 

The statutory mechanisms, as per the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 and Amendment Act, 2006, are as follows:

·         Child Welfare Committee (CWC)

·         Juvenile Justice Board

·         Special Juvenile Police Unit (SJPU)

·         Every district will have a CWC, JJB, and a SJPU.

Depending on the size of the district, population, and number of children, one or more of these can be established in a district.

 

Child Welfare Committee

 

Child Welfare Committee (CWC) are to be set up in every district as per the provisions of the JJ Amendment Act, 2006, as the competent authority to deal with children who are in need of care and protection, and provide for their proper care, protection, treatment, development and rehabilitation.

Juvenile Justice Board

 

Juvenile Justice Boards are to be set up by the State Government in every district as per provisions of the JJ Amendment Act, 2006, as the competent authority to deal with matters relating to children in conflict with law.

State Juvenile Police Unit

 

The Police have a crucial role to play in the JJ System as they form the first point of contact with the child. Special Juvenile Police Units (SJPUs) are to be set up to handle matters concerned with children in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection.

The SJPU shall consist of a Juvenile or Child Welfare Officer of the rank of Police Inspector and two paid Social Workers having experience in working with children of which one shall be a woman. Every police station shall designate one officer as the ‘Juvenile’ or ‘Child Welfare Officer’ who has the aptitude, appropriate training and orientation to deal appropriately with children.

 

The member of the SJPU who is a Social Worker can be called by the ‘Juvenile’ or ‘Child Welfare Officer’ of the police station as soon as a child in need of care and protection or a child in conflict with law is produced before them.

The primary role of the Social Worker is to provide emotional support by making the child feel comfortable, create a child-friendly environment and collect the child’s background and history without making him/her feel intimidated. The Social Worker is expected to network or coordinate with NGOs working in the field of Child Protection so that the child can be temporarily placed in the institution before being produced the competent authority, or until restoration to the family.

 

8.         The Nagaland State Social Welfare Board (NSSWB) came into existence in the year 1958 with the mission to implement various programs of Central Social Welfare Board (CSWB), New Delhi, for sustaining the growth and development of Voluntary Organizations working for women, children and weaker section of our society and providing financial assistance for taking up various welfare programs in the State. The NSSWB celebrating its golden jubilee cum inauguration of its new office building on 22 nd May 2008 with the jubilee theme “ Celebrating the Indomitable Spirit of Women

The Nagaland State Social Welfare Board was set up in the year 1958 under Naga Hills Tuensang District with the constitution of the Social Welfare Advisory Board as it was known in those days. Mrs. Luthra, wife of the Commissioner Nagaland was the first Chairperson.

Early records note that it started with the launching of 3 welfare extension projects – two centres in Kohima District and one in Mokokchung District.

During the initial years, the Board faced acute shortage of staff and even Board members worked like staff and undertook administrative works. In those days, inspectors had to come from Assam to inspect the welfare Extension Project Centres. Officials from the Department of Social Welfare also made visits. Initially no Voluntary Organisations applied for the same. They also had no mode of transport and visits to villages were difficult.

The Board set up Maternity centres and Balwadi centres. While the dhais of the maternity centres undertook ante-natal care and post natal care, the Balwadi centres also distributed milk and biscuits as supplementary nutrition to the children. They also conducted pre-schools classes for children. The craft instructors trained women and young girls in cutting & tailoring, knitting and weaving.

Around 1972, the Catholic Mission also provided one lady doctor and two nurses for the Maternity Centre at Kohima. It was around this time that the Regional Director of UNICEF, Mr. Gordon Carter visited the centre at Kohima with his wife.

The Board over the years started giving grant-in-aid to the Voluntary Organisations for support of women, children and the physically handicapped. Holiday camps were organized for children and vocational trainings were also started. The holiday camps were for poor children of tribal areas who had no opportunities to avail holiday and recreational facilities. Such trips also inculcated a spirit of group living, self reliance, leadership qualities and also provide them with natural surroundings.

The socio-economic programme provided part time or full time jobs to economically backward, the physically handicapped destitute women including women in the early eighties while the Condensed Course of Education also started. During 1982-83, the Condensed Course of Education was conducted by two institutions.

The staff at the Border Area Welfare Projects in Mon, Tuensang, Wokha faced many problems. The state transport system was probably absent or very poor. The staff in these interior areas had to travel many hours through mountain roads and steep ravines to reach these project villages.

Many programmes could not be started in many districts of the state as the concept of voluntarism is poor and they were amateur voluntary organizations in these places. The Board started the process of developing organizations in these areas and fine tuning those already existing.

The Central Social Welfare Board gradually increased these programmes and started the process of decentralizing many of its programmes.

The Board had a monthly called the “Welfare News” to publicise the activities of the Social Welfare Department.

The year 1983 was the Silver Jubilee year. It was during the tenure of Mrs. Lhusi Haralu as the Chairperson. As part of the Silver Jubilee programmes, a Social Worker's Conference was organized on the 25 th November 1983 . the difficulties of the State Board can be understood as even in its 25 th year, the Board had only 8 administrative and support staff with the Secretary as the only high ranking and the rest in the support staff.

The involvement of the District administration was another effective method for the State Board to see it that the programmes are properly implemented. The District Commissioners of the district of Mon, Tuensang and Wokha extended support to the programmes of the Board.

A voluntary Action Bureau was established at the State Board's office to look into cases of atrocities on women and children. The State Board also sponsored patients suffering from physical disabilities along with escorts were sent to the National Institute of Orthopaedically Handicapped Calcutta and provided artificial limbs, wheel chairs, hearing aids etc.

The socio-economic programmes dealt with the development and expansion of common trades especially the agro-based trades such as piggery, diary, weaving & knitting, tailoring, production unit, goatery, bakery and handloom. These programmes like the socio-economic programmes was handed over to voluntary organizations. Awareness Generation Camps for rural and poor women were also started for NGOs to train and advise rural women on their rights, development and education.

The Family Counselling Centre and Creche centres proved a boon for many a women and family who were bessoted with domestic problems.

The Border Area Project attached to the State Board was officially handed to the Directorate of Women Development, Government of Nagaland w.e.f. 1.4.2005 as per the directives of the Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India.

The Board had been without own office for a very long time. However, with the support of the State Government the State Board has come up with its own building.

 

 

 (a) Organizational Structure of Social Welfare Dept.

 

 

(b)       DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF OFFICERS:

                                                                                  

SECRATARIAT

 

Secretary: The Secretary is the Administrative Head of the department. All matters and administrative decision concerning the department will need his final concurrence. In his official functioning he is assisted by one Additional Secy, Joint Secy, Dy. Secy, Under Secy. SO & ministrial staff. Work assignments of each officer and staff are seen in the following page.

 

DIRECTORATE

 

Director:

 

                        The Director is the head of the department. All matters and administrative decision concerning the department will need his final concurrence. His specific duties as such cannot be pin-pointed, as his function is mainly regarding policy matters and delegation of work responsibilities and duties to his subordinate officers and staff and oversee their progress. He has to ensure that the policies and decisions of the Govt. are given proper interpretation and that the schemes and programmes adopted are being implemented properly.

 

Officer on-Special Duty:

 

                        The OSD is the second- in-command in the department after the Director. He is the main personnel administrator and controls all the other officers and staff in the department. It is his chief duty to assist the Director in day-to-day administration of the department and apprise him of the latest development and goings on of the department. In the absence of the Director he assumes the responsibilities of the Director. The practical function and operation of the department is his responsibility. Once the general outline of the tasks at hand is briefed, it is the job of the OSD to lead the team of subordinate officers in the actual operation and practical work, down to the nitty-gritty.

 

Joint Director:

 

                        In the Directorate of Social Welfare there are two Jt. Directors. Each Jt. Director man separate sections according to their ability and area of expertise. The Jt. Director head these Cells and handle specific tasks and files according to the work distribution. The Jt. Director is expected to be an expert and conversant and familiar with the subjects that have been delegated to them. Their primary job is to look into all details by cutting down unnecessary choices by giving the Director only the bare minimum necessary option to choose from. It is the duty of the Jt. Directors to assist and guide the Director in their respective field, with their expertise and knowledge of the subjects. This would enable the Director to make swift decisions, as he would not have to start from scratch.

 

 

Deputy Director/Programme Officer:

 

Under the Jt. Directors there are two Deputy Director and one Programme Officer to assist them. As the number of files and tasks are usually high at the Jt. Director level, it becomes very difficult for them to give their undivided attention to each and every topic. Thus the Dy. Directors are expected to be proficient and knowledgeable in their respective fields and assist the Jt. Directors. Occasionally they are given independent charges according to the works distribution. However, their primary task is to assist the Jt. Directors.

 

 

Assistant Director:

 

                        The three Asstt. Directors in the department are junior level officers who have to do the actual running around and leg-work and are the think-tanks in the department. They play a crucial part in the functioning of the department as they are the link between the ministerial staff and the officers. It is very important that at their level all files and matters are thoroughly studied and examined minutely. It is from this juncture the senior officers will depend on the assessments and recommendations of the Asstt. Directors, since they themselves cannot spend too much time on the nitty-gritty of particular case.

 

 

Research Officer:

 

                        The Research Cell of the department is manned by two Research Officers. All matters relating to research works is handled by this cell. Their main areas are data collection and co-relating all information and data. Another function is to monitor and assess the impact of the schemes and programmes of the department.

 

District Welfare Officer:

 

                        At present there are eight District Welfare Officers. The DWO is the head of the department in the district. All social welfare activities in the district fall under his purview. His is responsible for all the functionaries of the department in the District Hq. as well as the ICDS projects. His main responsibilities are concerned with the proper implementation of all welfare programmes under the department. Besides this, he/she has to supervise and co-ordinate the activities of the CDPOs of the ICDS projects under his jurisdiction. He is to regularly go on tour for inspection on spot verification of not only beneficiaries of various departmental schemes but also the NGOs and their activities. District wise incumbents and monthly renumeration seen in manual X below.

 

Child Development Project Officer (CDPO):

 

                        A CDPO heads an Integrated Child Development Services Project. There are altogether 59 CDPOs at present. A CDPO has to attend a Job training course for one month as soon as they are appointed in the post. The CDPOs are responsible for the success of the ICDS scheme in the project level.. The CDPOs supervise the activities of the Supervisors who are incharge of specific circles within the project areas. Since the medical component is a major constituent of the ICDS scheme, the CDPO has to closely work with the health functionaries like the Medical Officer, ANM, Lady Health visitors etc. The CDPO has to regularly tour their respective projects to ensure that the Anagnwadi Workers and Helpers are working properly and are reporting correctly. Project wise incumbents and monthly renumeration seen in manual X below.

 

Chief Instructor of Anganwadi Workers Training Centre: - The Chief Instructor is the officer incharge of the Anganwadi Worker Training Centre Diphupar. His main responsibility is to conduct regular Job training and refresher course for the Anganwadi Workers from all the ICDS project in Nagaland. Incumbents and monthly renumeration seen in manual X below.

 

Superintendent, Special Home & Observation Home: - The Special Home & Observation Home at Pherima is under the charge of a superintendent. His chief responsibility is to ensure the proper care protection and education of Juvenile delinquents who are lodged in these homes. Incumbents and monthly remuneration seen in manual X below.

 

Location & ADRESS

 

ADDRESS: -

 

Secretary, Social Welfare is located at New Secretarait Complex, Kohima

 

1. SECRETARY SOCIAL WELFARE,

    NAGALAND, KOHIMA

 

The Directorate of Social Welfare is located at officer’s Hill opposite Law College, Kohima

 

2. DIRECTORATE OF SOCIAL WELFARE

    NAGALAND :: KOHIMA

    PHONE Nos. 0370- 2245761/ 2242717

    Tel. fax. 2245762

 

Section 4(1)(b)(ii) of RTI Act.2005

POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS IN THE SECRETRIATE  

(SOCIAL WELFARE)

 

Sl

Name

Designation

Assignment

1

Mr.T. Kiheto sema

Secretary

Overall incharge of the Dept.

2

Mrs.Dellirose M. Sakhrie

Addl. Secy & State Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities

Disability/ ICDS/ SNP/NSSWB/ WBNP/ EStt & Court Cases

3

Shri.Z.Nyusietho Nyuthe

Joint Secy

NSAP/ IGMSY/ ICPS/ SABLA/ NGOs & Article 275 (I)/ Minority Affairs

4

Shri. Zhothisa Dawhuo

Dy. Secretary & Director State Child Protection Society

JJAct/ all files movements from branch.

5

Shri. Thechamo Ezung

Under Secy.

all files movements from branch

6

Shri. Yashei Konyak

Section Officer

all files movements from branch

7

Mrs.Zanbeni odyuo

Jr. SO

Disabilities/ JJAct/ICPS

8

Mr.Ikiebam Lungalang

Jr. SO

Establishment matters/Vehicle matter/Seminar/Training/Workshop

9

Shri. Webilo Chirhah,

Section Asst

Annual Administrative Report/RD/ID/Budget speech and award/ IGNOAPS/ RTI/Audit/ C&AG

10

Smti. Narisen,

Section Asst.

ICDS/Stationery/SC/ST/GPF/Pension of Non-Gazette

11

Ms. Achono Zao

LDA

Ministry of Tribals/NGOs

12

Ms.S. Maniro

LDA

NSSWB/ Trg/ Award

13

Ms. Phabal

LDA (contract)

Diarist/ Receipt/Dak

14

Shri. T.S.Limti

Typist Gr. I

All typing works

15

Smti. Tiajungla

Typist

All Typing works.

16

Mr. Lempha

peon

 

17

Mrs. Alemla

peon

 

 

 POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS IN THE DIRECTORATE OF SOCIAL WELFARE.

 

 

Sl

Name & Designation

Responsibilities

1

Shri. Khevito T. Shohe

Director

- Administrative head

-Overall supervision of Department

-Framing plan and policy of     the Dept. for Govt. approval.

2.

Shri. T.Merangtsungba Aier

Officer on special duty

-Establishment

-ICDS

-Tribal Affairs

-OAP/NSAP

-Building

3.

Smti. Keweu Kenye

Joint Director

-Establishment

-Transport

-JJA /ICPS

-GIA

-Child Welfare

-Tribal; Affairs

-Drug Abuse/ NSSWB

4.

Shri.D.T.H.Anthony

Programme officer

-ICDS

-Training & Seminar

-MPR

-Accounts & legal matters

5.

Shri. Imdangtiba

Dy.Director

-Building/ Works prog

-house rent/ Sty

Tour Pror

6.

Shri. Shikuto

Dy.Director

-NSAP

-ICDS

-SNP

-Research

7.

Mr.Khehoto

Dy.Director

-Central Store

8.

Shri.Asilie Pusa

Research Officer-I

-All matters relating to Research & Evaluation

-Datas/Statistics

9.

Shri.Imtijungshi

Dy.  Director

-planning

-Accounts

-NSAP

-Tribal Affairs

-SJ & E

10.

Smti.Viswelule

Assistant  Director

-Establishment

-GIA

-Transport

-JJA

-Disability

-Child Welfare

-WBNP

11

Mr.Kobu Pienyu

Asstt. Director

-meeting & Seminar

-HIV/Drug Abuse

-SC/ST/ OBC

-Social Defence

12

Mr.T.Neingusalie

R.O

-Research & Evaluation

-MPR

-Planning

-15 & 20 points prog.

-SJE

13.

Smti. Vahini ThIsa

Senior Accounts Officer

-All accounts matter

-DDO

-Audit

14.

Mr.Lomching

JA Officer

-All accounts & Audit matters

15.

Er.Khezholel

E.E.

-All matters relating to Civil works/ WORKS programme

16.

Er. Barouh

SDO

-All matters relating to Civil works/ WORKS programme

16.

Shri. Nesatuo

Jr. Engineer

-All matters relating to Civil works/ WORKS programme

17.

Shri. Tsopelo

Registrar

-overall incharge of Adminstration

18.

Smti.Langkonshumi

Superintendent

-Accounts matter

-ICDS

-SNP/ WBNP

-Transport

-Building

-JJA

-Store & Sty

-Meeting/ Training

19.

Mrs.Mezhuviu

Asst.Suptd

-Establishment

-NSAP

-Tour Programme

-Child Welfare/ Disability/ GIA/Planning

-Research & Evaluation/ Statitics

-MPR/ Tour propg. /NHFDC/ AAReprt

20

Mrs. Ivy

Asst. Suptd.

-SJE/ Tribal Affairs

-Assmbly & Parliamentary Qs.

-Social Defence/ HIV/ Drug Abuse

-SC/ST/OBC

-15 & 20 points [prog.


Section 4(1)(b)(iii) of RTI Act.2005 

(PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE DESCISION MAKING PROCESS, INCLUDING OF CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY) 

DESCISION MAKING PROCESS:

Secretariat level –  Any decision that is required to be taken in the matter of issues relating to the activities of the Dept. , the Director’s view/comments is first obtained and the matter is processed from the Sectt. Branch and in each level of official functioning important observations /suggestions are put up to the higher authority. After thorough examination,  final decisions are taken by the Minister concern of the Deptt. The Secretary as administrative head of the Dept. oversees the overall functioning of the Dept. and assign work to his subordinate officials as well the ministerial staff. Starting from the level of peon, every employee are accountable to the Administrative head of the Dept.

For descision making in the Directorate level, any correspondence relating to the schemes & Programmes under the Department, the LDAs/ UDAs put up the files giving their comments on the subject. It goes to the Superintendent/ Registrar and after thorough examination it is sent to the concerned Asst. Director/ Deputy Director and Joint Director. In all these procedure all the officer  gave their comments and views on the subject matter and it goes to the OSD/Addl. Director who thourouhly examine and finally send to Director who gives the final descision after consultation with the officers and dealing asstts. if necessary. All matters which require Govt. approval/sanction etc. are sent with the approval of the Director to the Government.

 

Supervision:- The Director supervise the works of all different  programmes and the scheme/project incharge officers are directly involve in supervisions.

 

 

Accountability: - The officers and staff are accountable to the Director for timely disposal of the works allotted to them.

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Section 4(1)(b)(iv) of RTI Act 2005  

The norms set by it for discharge of its function.  

           

The implementations of various schemes under the department are reviewed frequently in meetings of the Directorate officers as well as with the District Welfare Officers and Child Development Project Officers. Instructions are issued regularly to the field officers for ensuring proper attendance by employees under their respective jurisdiction to facilitate proper implementation of welfare programmes for the poor and needy people. Apart from this, tours of inspections are carried out regularly by the Directorate officers, field officers and the supervisors to ensure effective and timely implementation of various welfare programmes across the state.

Ø  The office working hour set by the Govt. is strictly followed.

Ø  All Child Development Project officers and Supervisors should regularly visit/inspect the Anganwadi centres and perform tour atleast 7 days a month.

Ø  Officers from the Directorate should also visits the District and Project offices regularly.

Ø  Review of all schemes & programmes are to be done regularly by the Director & Secretary.

Ø  Regular CDPO, Supervisors and Anganwadi workers to attend the Job training course, a must. If any functionaries of ICDS fails to attend the Job training even after 2nd offer then their service shall be terminated.

Ø  Anganwadi Helpers shoul attend an orientation course.

Ø  In all Anganwadi centres regular activities are to be conducted and 300 days Supllementary Nutrition feeding should be followed.

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Section 4(1)(b)(v) of RTI Act 2005 

The Rules, Regulation, Instructions, Manuals and Record held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions. 

                        The Department normally follows the instruction, Rules and Regulations and the instruction issued thereof by the Govt. of Nagaland from time to time. 

Sl

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 Directorate /Ministerial Service Rules 2006

8

Guidelines for implementation of various schemes/programme sponsored by GoI

9

Nagaland Social Security & Welfare Service (Revised) Rule 1997

10

Annual Plan

11

Nagaland Juvenile Justice(care & protection of children) Rule 2001

12

Person with Disabilities (equal opportunities, protection of Right & full participation) Act 1995

13

Nagaland Social Security Rules 1998

 

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Section 4(1)(b)(vi) of RTI Act 2005 

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

Department of Social Welfare 

Sl

Name/Nature Category

of the Dept.

Name of the document & its introduction in 1 line

Procedure to obtain the document

Held by/ under control of

1

Files related 

Establishment matters

 

Suptd. & dealing asstt. incharge of the subject.

2

Report files

Financial matter/Audit matters

 

Sr.A.O. and Accounts branch

3

-do-

-Stock

-stores

 

Store officer in-charge and S.K.

4

-do-

MPR etc

 

Research cell

5

Administrative files

-Leave matters

-office orders

-Circular & Instruction

 

Registrar

6

 

 

 

 

7.

Administrative files

-Correspondence with     higher authorities

-Dispatch

-Attendance

 

Registrar and dealing Asstt.

8.

Establishment matters

Matters relating to construction and Work programme

 

Executive Engineer

 

-do-

Confidential files

 

P.A. to Director


 
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Section 4(1) (b) (vii) of RTI Act 2005 

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.  

For implementation of various State and Centrally sponsored under the Department, consultations are made with the village council and grass root level committee i.e. the VAB. The Village Anganwadi Board comprising the Village council member, Village Development Board member, GBs, women representative etc. are consulted and recommendations are sought for appointment of Anganwadi Worker & Helper in their respective village. Active involvement of village level authorities is there for ensuring effective delivery of services under the;

 

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Section 4(1) (b) (viii) of RTI Act 2005 

A statement of 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.  

The following boards, committees have been constituted by the department for implementation and finalizing all departmental activities and schemes. 

Sl

Name of the Committees

Committee members

Purpose

1

State level Nutrition Board

Secretary (SW)    : Chairman

Director (SW)      : Member

State P.O.(Nutrition)

(Dept. of H & FW) :Member

O.S.D. (SW)         : Member

Fin .Dept.            : Member

Law Dept.            : Member

Jt.Director(SW)  Member Secy.

Selection of items and finalization of rate for procurement of nutrition items

2

State level co-ordination

committee for ICDS programme.

 

Chief Secretary   : Chairman

Secy. DSW          : Member

Secy. (Edn)          : Member

Secy. (Health)      : Member

Director (SW)  : Member Secy.

Review of the Implementation of ICDS programme and co-ordination.

3

District level Selection committee for appointment of Anganwadi Workers & Helpers.

DWO                    :Chairman

Admn. Officer       : Member

CDPO                   : Member

To interview and recommend  suitable candidates for AWW/AWH

4

State level Selection  Board for OAP

Secy.(DSW)          : Chairman

Director, (SW)       : Member

Director (Health)     : Member

Selection of  beneficiaries under OAP

5.

District level Committee for selection of OAP/NOAP and other beneficiaries under   various welfare programme.

Deputy Commr.     : Chairman

DWO                     : Member

Repst. DRDA        : Member

Selection  and recommendation of OAP applicants to the state level board

6

Village Anganwadi Board

VCC                       : Chairman

Women Repst.       :Member

G.B.                        : -do-

Medical Staff          : -do-

Primary School       :-do-

Supervision of ICDS scheme and rendering assistance to the AWW/ Helpers for organizing various activities in the Anganwadi centres

7

Multi disciplinary Grant-in-aid committee

 

Secy.(DSW)           :Chairman

Addl. Secy (WD)    : Member

Secy. Health          : Member

Director, SW          : Member

Repst. of three

NGOs                    : Member

To examine and recommend projects/schemes of NGOs  for GIA under the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment and the Ministry of Tribal Affairs.

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Section 4(1) (b) (ix) of RTI Act 2005

A Directory of officers and employees of Department of Social Welfare

Secretarait Staff 

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Cell phone/ Land Line

1

Shri. T.Kiheto Sema

Secretary  

9436003680 2270289 (O)

2.

Smti. Dellirose M Sakhrie

Addl. Secy

9774001358

9436005180

3.

Shri.Nyusietho Nuthe

Joint Secy

9402001363

4

Shri. Zhothisa Dawhuo

Dy. Secretary

9436601371

5

Shri. Thechamo Ezung

Under Secy.

9862336255

6

Shri. M. Yashie

Section Officer

9822122031

7

Smti. Zanbeni

Jr SO

9856472939

8

Shri. Ikiepuam

Jr SO

9402481836

9

Smti. Narisen

SA

9402697446

10

Shri. Webilo Chirhah

S A

9856012640

11

Smti. Achono

L D A

9436402020

12

Smti. S. Maniro

LDA

9774042722

13

Shri. T.S.  Limti

Typist GR-I

9402867022

14

Smti. Phapal

LDA (Contingency)

 

15

Smti. Tiajungla

LDA          -do-

 

16

Smti. Alemla

Peon

9856237318

17

Shri. Lempha

Peon

9862802426

Directorate Staff

 

Sl

Name of officer

Designation

Mobile

Residence

Office

1

Khevito T.Shohe

Director

9436002164

2260590

2245761

2

T.Merangtsungba

O.S.D./Addl.Dir.

9436016999

2260723

2242717

3

Keweu Kenye

Jt. Director

9402489520

-

2245762

4

Khehoto

Dy.Director

9436005733

-

-do-

5

Imtijungshi

Dy.Director

9874000832

-

-

6

Vahine Thisa

Sr. A. O

9436000911

-

-

7

Tsukmensangba

Dy.Director

9436013905

-

-

8

Viswelule

Asstt. Director

9615150688

-

 

9

Kobu Pienyu

Asst. Director

 

 

 

10

Mulai Khmn

Asst. Director

9436060644

-

 

11

Tsopelo

Registrar

9862252998

 

 

12

T.Neingusalie

R.O.

9436400717

 

 

13

Asieliei Pusa

Research Offr

 

 

-

14

Lankonshumi

Superintendent

9774420481

2243858

 

15

Ivy Yanthan

Asst. Suprtd.

9436010483

 

 

16

Mezhuvu

-do-

9862157289

 

 

17

Neisatuo

Jr. Engineer

9436000767

 

 

18

N.Lomching

Jr. A.O.

 

 

 

19

Chirhotsu

Children Guide

9436400057

 

 

20

Temsumenla

UDA

9774038465

 

 

21

Menguzeu

UDA

9856264336

 

 

22

Weprellu

UDA

9436403337

 

 

23

Nvohungo Homtsoe

UDA

9856142856

 

 

24

Temjenmenla

UDA

9436062960

 

 

25

Yantsao Muirry

UDA

9612154624

 

 

26

C.Hongya Phom

UDA

9436607884

 

 

27

Moarenla

UDA

9436071128

 

 

28

Meranglemla

UDA

9774937996

 

 

29

Narosangla

UDA

9436208789

 

 

30

Tekamendang

UDA

9615108178

 

 

31

Satemkala

UDA

9862091247

 

 

32

Karinaro

UDA

9856119181

 

 

33

Jwembo Lorin

UDA

9436000534

 

 

34

Shikato

SPV

9436403319

 

 

35

Kongshong

LDA

9402489517

 

 

36

Tinuwati

LDA

9856159138

 

 

37

Apokla

LDA

9856125329

 

 

38

Khesheli Awomi

LDA

9436000534

 

 

39

Loyi Murry

LDA

9856207076

 

 

40

Jonathan Humtsoe

LDA

 

 

 

41

H. Asenla Yimchu

LDA

9436815899

 

 

42

Lipine

LDA

9774549970

 

 

43

Rukuvolu

LDA

9856167301

 

 

44

Alo Seb Rengma

LDA

9862549002

 

 

45

Praffula

Steno

9863433105

 

 

46

Obbey

Steno

9856682571

 

 

47

Zanboni

Steno

9612166880

 

 

48

Imsowar

Steno

8974155578

 

 

49

Hinoka Zhimomi

-do-

 

 

 

50

Imsuyangla

Typist

9692816604

 

 

51

Repalila

Typist

9089328214

 

 

52

Dzesevino

-do-

9856728100

 

 

53

Nzibemo

Carpentar

9436442080

 

 

54

Raju Chetri

Driver

 

 

 

55

Yanbemo ovung

-do-

9402850250

 

 

56

Waluniba

-do-

9402763814

 

 

57

Lal Bhd.Sonar

-do-

9402906882

 

 

58

Yanbemo Murry

-do-

9436422531

 

 

59

Rhonbemo Murry

Driver

9436236329

 

 

60

M.B. Gurung

-do

9436210438

 

 

61

Latekhu

-do-

 

 

 

62

Setingmong Stm

-do-

 

 

 

63

Raju lama

-do-

9436071424

 

 

64

Chinato

-do-

9402843272

 

 

65

Hukho Chuzo

-do-

9615067754

 

 

66

Jhatak Bhr

-do-

9612374716

 

 

67

Temjentuba

-do-

9436617487

 

 

68

Chubatoshi

-do-

 

 

 

69

Kevisase Richa

-do-

8014597543

 

 

70

Hinoto Sume

-do-

9862444772

 

 

71

Mutsiphulu Khamo

LDA

 

 

 

72

Neingulo

Peon

 

 

 

73

Yansomong

-do-

 

 

 

74

Anmgamchuba

-do-

9402832024

 

 

75

Yineto

-do-

 

 

 

76

Kahoto

-do-

8974784564

 

 

77

Asao

-do-

9436230879

 

 

78

Neikwezu

-do-

9612767590

 

 

79

Chesita

-do-

9862206685

 

 

80

Zachiyi

-do-

9436645430

 

 

81

Pangjung

-do-

9615267688

 

 

82

Himlal Sapkoya

-do-

9436604948

 

 

83

Kenesetuo angami

-do-

 

 

 

84

Oresali

-do-

 

 

 

85

Kheto

-do-

9856391944

 

 

86

Temsukaba

-do-

9612614769

 

 

87

Tokhevi

-do-

9402716679

 

 

88

Rukuto Sazo

-do-

 

 

 

89

Tepfusato

-do-

9612718648

 

 

90

Y.Toshi

-do-

9862815549

 

 

91

Vemuta Khamo

Craft Instructor

 

 

 

92

Kevisetuo

Cinema operator

 

 

 

93

Micheal Zaren

AD

 

 

 

94

Animo

SK

9436062328

 

 

95

Neikuo Khezhie

SPV

9862992599

 

 

 LIST OF DISTRICT WELFARE OFFICERS 

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Place of posting

Contact Number

1

Smti. K. Atoli

DWO

Kohima

9436438588

2

Shri. E. Yanrenthung

DWO

Wokha

9863073123

3

Shri. I. Tally Lanu

DWO

Mon

9856231317

4

Bendangkokba

DPO

Zunheboto

9436439317

5

Shri.S.Makokba

DWO

Tuensang

9436017220

6

Shri. Lipongchem

DWO

Phek

9436007367

7

Shri. Imkong

DWO

Mokokchung

9436016193

 

LIST OF DST. PROGRAMME OFFICER

 

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Place of posting

Contact Number

1

Logubou

DPO

Wokha

9436062466

2

H. Hoshepu

DPO

Mon

 

3

Sashi Jamir

DPO

Mokokchung

9862565421

4

L. Shilu Mongro

DPO

Tuensang

9856543955

5

Chubala Jamir

DPO

kOHIMA

9436006820

6

Toshili Zhimomi

DPO

Zunheboto

9436019018

  7

Tutula Pongen

DPO

Dimapur

9436003254

  8

Micheal Zaren

DPO

Phek

 

 

LIST OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROJECT OFFICER

 

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Place of posting

Contact Number

1

T. Yanlem

CDPO

Mon

9436433821

2

Kenikisangulie

CDPO

Chiephobozou

9856131009

3

Kezevio Wate

CDPO

Chazouba

9856132293

4

Netovi

CDPO

Kiphire

 

5

Anou Sazo

CDPO

Dimapur (U)

 

6

Atula Kikon

CDPO

Tening

9436003145

7

S. Nezolu Rkhakho

CDPO

Jalukie

9436005355

8

C. Shiyao Konyak

CDPO

Peren

9436431529

9

Hutoi

CDPO

Dhansiripar

9436202469

10

T.Aoakum

CDPO

Chukitong

 

11

Asangla Jamir

CDPO

Niuland

9436005526

12

Keviseyizo Vizo

CDPO

Kuhuboto

9436005259

13

C.Sorenthung

CDPO

Wokha

9436078633

14

Wangho Konyak

CDPO

Wakching

 

15

G. Eleton Zhimomi

CDPO

Zunheboto

9436427524

16

NaAMHUHEING

CDPO

Noklak

 

17

Khehoshe Sema

CDPO

Aithibung

9436423164

18

Talisangla

CDPO

Tokiye

9436618646

19

Yetohe Sema

CDPO

Ghathashi

9856900711

20

Nokcharenla

CDPO

Ongpankong S

9856891051

21

Meren Tzudir

CDPO

Satakha

 

22

Tsungrosongla

CDPO

Changtonya

 

23

Khuheto

CDPO

Satoi

 

24

Moa Lkr

CDPO

Longchem

 

25

Hovishi

CDPO

Asuto

 

26

Y. Thouhong

CDPO

Tamlu

9436016648

27

Y. Moasangba Stm.

CDPO

Longkhim

9436007877

28

Z. Murie

CDPO

Chessore

9436437047

29

Imtiaakum

CDPO

Chare

9436439040

30

Mangliyangba

CDPO

Tizit

9862030017

31

Anyile

CDPO

Kikruma

9436078080

32

C.James Ezung

CDPO

Sanis

 

33

Imlitongzuk

CDPO

Pfutsero

9436005472

34

Meshusai Tetseo

CDPO

Longleng

 

35

Tekatemjen

CDPO

Nsong

 

36

Masalepzuk

CDPO

Ongpkong ‘N’

 

37

Khuppao Hengya

CDPO

Phomching

9436433548

38

L.Achi Jamir

CDPO

Shamator

 

39

Teka Aonok

CDPO

Mangkolemba

 

40

Chotsase

CDPO

Sangsangnyu

9436427112

41

Imkongzenla

CDPO

Tseminyu

9436016001

42

Akali Sema

CDPO

DMP ’R’

9436072710

43

Abi-i

CDPO

Kohima ‘U’

9436062256

44

Zubemo kikon

CDPO

Sitimi

9436830105

45

S. Wati Ozukum

CDPO

Kubulong

9436017624

46

Jetekhu

CDPO

Suruhoto

 

47

Dzuziengulie

CDPO

Medziphema

 

48

Hebou Rio

CDPO

Jakhama

9436007738

49

L. Tinu Sangtam

CDPO

Noksen

9436789577

50

Akato Achumi

CDPO

Thonoknyu

 

51

Moba konyak

CDPO

Tobu

 

52

Medem Imchen

CDPO

Aboi

 

53

Z. Tsangkhuchu

CDPO

Pungro

9436607534

54

Rukuvoto

CDPO

Meluri

 

55

Venedulu

CDPO

Phek

 

56

N.Ralamo

CDPO

Wozhuro

 

57

Kelevino

CDPO

Bhandari

 

58

Vekhoto  Tetseo

CDPO

Kohima T

 

59

Vacant

CDPO

Akuloto

 

 

 

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Section 4(1) (b) (x) of RTI Act 2005 

The Monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees including the system of compensation.

SECRETARIAT:

 

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Basic

Pay

Grade

Pay

 

Total Emolument

1

Shri. T.Kiheto Sema

Secretary 

37400-67000

9900/-

73511/-

2.

Smti. Dellirose M Sakhrie

Addl. Secy

37400-67000

8900/-

80869/-

3.

Shri.Nyusietho Nuthe

Joint Secy

29500-55100

8700/-

55053/-

4

Shri. Zhothisa Dawhuo

Dy. Secretary

15600-39100

7600/-

52826/-

5

Shri. Thechamo Ezung

Under Secy.

15600-39100

6600/-

43668/-

6

Shri. M. Yashie

Section Officer

15600-39100

5700/-

36621/-

7

Smti. Zanbeni

Jr SO

9300-34800

4600

32471/-

8

Shri. Ikiepuam

Jr SO

9300-34800

4600

31262/-

9

Smti. Narisen

SA

9300-34800

4200

24497/-

10

Shri. Webilo Chirhah

S A

9300-34800

4200

24497/-

11

Smti. Achono

L D A

5200-20200

2600

19854/-

12

Smti. S. Maniro

LDA

5200-20200

2600

19854/-

13

Shri. T.S.  Limti

Typist GR-I

9300-34800

47600

32001/-

14

Smti. Phapal

LDA (Contingency)

-

-

4000/-

15

Smti. Tiajungla

LDA          -do-

-

-

3600/-

16

Smti. Alemla

Peon

4400-17200

1300

12106/-

17

Shri. Lempha

Peon

4400-17200

1300

12106/-

 

 

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Section 4(1) (b) (xi) of RTI Act 2005

The Budget allocated to each of each agency, indicating the particulars of all Plans, proposed expenditure and reports on disbursement made:

BUDGET FOR 2012-13 IN RESPECT OF DEMAND NO.43, SOCIAL WELFARE

 

 

 

 

(Rs.in lakhs)

Major /Minor/Sub & Detailed Head of Accounts

Non-Plan

Plan

1

3

 

Major Head 2235

 

 

001 - Direction & Admn.

 

 

001 (1) Direction

 

 

Total = 001 (1)

334.22

00

 

 

 

001 (2) Sub-ordinate Estt.

 

 

Total = 001 (2)

281.36

00

 

 

 

101 Welfare of Handicapped

 

 

Total = 101

42.60

52.00

 

 

 

102(1)ICDS (CSS)

00

4786.78

 

 

 

102 (3) Estt. Of Children’s Park/ Wards.

 

 

Total = 102 (3)

34.87

15.00

 

 

 

102(3) UDISHA TRAINING PROGRAMME

 

 

 

 

 

MIS

00

10.00

 

 

 

102 (4) Prevention  & Control of Juvenile Social Maladjustment (CSS)

 

 

Total = 102 (4)

54.49

8.00

 

 

 

104 Welfare of Aged, Infirm and Destitute:

 143.29

00 

 

 

 

104(3) OLD AGE HOME

 

5.00

107 Assistance to Voluntary Organisation:

 

 

107 (1) GIA (State Share)

9.00

00

Major Head 2236-Nutrition:

 

 

02 Distribution of Nutritional Food Beverages

16.66 

4855.60

 

 

 

Material supplies

 

 

 

 

 

4235 Capital outlay

-

325.00

 

966.49

10057.38

 

N.B: The fund indicated for each head is as per Budget Estimate and is subject to revision in the Revised Estimates for 2008-09.

 

 

BUDGET -2012-13

                                                                                                                        (Rs. in lakh)

Sl. no.

 

STATE PLAN

CSS/PLAN

NON-PLAN

1

DIRECTION & ADMINISTRATION

2.00

-

334.22

2

SUBORDINATE ESTABLISHMENT

-

-

281.36

3

WELFARE OF HANDICAPPED

36.00

-

42.60

4

CHILD WELFARE (ICDS)

127.10

4786.78

-

5

ESTABLISHMENT OF CHILDREN’S PARK AND CHILDREN’S WARD

10.00

-

34.87

6

ICDS (UDISHA)

 

12.75

-

7

PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF JUVENILE SOCIAL MALADJUSTMENT

8.00

570.69

54.49

8

WELFARE OF AGED, INFIRM & DESTITUTE

5.00

948.45

143.29

9

ASSISTANCE TO VOLUNTARY ORGANISATION

5.00

-

59.00

10

Child Right Commission

5.00

-

-

11

Supllementary NUTRITION

-

4855.60

16.66

12

CAPITAL OUTLAY

325.00

00

-

13

Seminar workshop

5.00

-

-

14

Drug abuse

4.00

-

-

15

PDW Est.Charges

2.00

-

-

16

VTC for PWD

5.00

-

-

17

MIS

10.00

-

-

18

NSSWB

80.00

-

-

19

TFC

750.00

-

-

 

 

2483.00

10627.38

966.49

 

Statement showing the final expenditure figure for the year 2011-12 in respect of Demand NO.43 Social Welfare

 

 

Head of Account strictly as per the printed Demand for Grand for 2011-12

 

 

Non-Plan

CSS/CPS

 

STATE PLAN

 

Total

Major Head 2235

 

 

 

 

001-Direction & Admn

 

 

 

 

001 (1) Direction

 

 

 

 

Lump-sum provision for D.A.

 

 

 

 

(1) Salaries

358.32

 

-

 

(2)Wages

    1.38

 

-

 

(3)Travel Expenses

    4.82

 

-

 

(4) Office Expenses

    12.00

 

-

 

(5) Motor Vehicles

    11.50

 

-

 

(6) Material Supplies

    0.34

 

-

 

(7) Machinery & Equipt

    0.04

 

-

 

(8) Scholarship

    0.97

 

-

 

(9) Other Charges

    0.20

 

2.00

2.20

Total 001 (1)

485.26

-

2.00

487.26

001 (2) Sub ordinate Estt.

 

 

-

 

001 (2) (1) Salaries

291.00

 

-

 

            (2) Wages

-

 

-

 

            (3) Travel Exp

  3.95

 

-

 

            (4)  Office Exp

  1.00

 

-

 

            (5)  Motor Vehicle

  -

 

-

 

            (6) Rent/Rate/Taxes

 4.00

 

-

 

Total = 001 (2)

299.95

 

-

299.95

101 Welfare of Handicapped

31.54

 

-

 

101 (1) Blind School

-

 

-

 

101 (1) (1) Scholarship

-

 

-

 

101 (1) (2) Drug abuse prog.

-

 

  4.00

  4.00

101 (1) (3) VTC

-

 

  5.00

  5.00

101 (1) (4)  Other Charges

-

 

4.00

-

101 (1) (5)  Seminar & Workshop

-

 

5.00

5.00

101 (2) Assistance to Blind

 

 

8.55

 

Total = 101

31.54

 

26.55

58.09

102 (1) ICDS (CSS)

 

 

 

 

102 (1) (1) Salaries

 

1597.94

 

4786.78

102 (1) (2) Wages

 

1856.55

 

 

102 (1) (3) T.A

 

130.00   

 

 

102 (1) (4) O.E

 

50.00  

30.00

 

102 (1) (5) Motor Vehicle

 

190.00 

37.00

 

102 (1) (6) Material Supplies

 

866.00

 

 

102 (1) (7) Rent/Rates/Taxes

 

65.99

59.96

 

102 (1) (8) KSY

 

22.00

 

 

102(1)(9) IGMSY

 

95.70

 

 

102(1)(10)  SABLA

 

110.36

8.70

 

Total :- 101(2)

 

5006.27

135.66

5007.62

102 (3) Est. of Children Park & Children Wards

 

 

 

 

102 (2) (1) Salaries

 

 

 

 

102 (2) (2) T.A.

 

 

 

 

102 (2) (3) O.E

 

 

  15.00

15.00

Total- 102 (3)

 

 

  15.00

15.00

102 (3) UDISHA

 

12.75

-

12.75

102(3)(2)MIS

 

 

10.00

10.00

Total :- 102 (3)

 

12.75

  10.00

27.75

102 (4) Prevention & Control of Juvenile maladjustment(CSS)

 

 

8.00

8.00

102 (4)(1) Salaries

82.95

 

 

 

102 (4)(2) Wages

 

 

 

 

102 (4)(3)  T.A.

  2.50

 

 

 

102 (4)(4) O.E

 

 

 

 

102 (4)(5) Motor Vehs.

 

 

 

 

102 (4)(6) Rent/Rates

 

 

 

 

102 (4)(7) Other Charges

 

 

 

 

ICPS

 

 

 

 

Total – 102 (4)

85.45

 

8.00

93.45

104 Welfare of Aged, Infirm and Destitute:

 

 

 

 

104 (1) Old Age Pension

143.29

 

 

 

104 (2) NSAP

 

984.45

-

 

104 (3) Old Age Home

 

     

5.00

 

Total = 104

143.29

984.45

        5.00

1095.74

107 Assistance to Voluntary Organization:

 

 

 

 

107 (1) GIA ( State Share)

9.00

 

 

9.00

       (2) GIA (Central Share)

 

 

 

 

TOTAL = 107

9.00

 

 

9.00

Major Head 2236- Nutrition

 

 

 

 

02 Distribution of Nutritional Food Beverages

 

 

 

 

101 (1) Supll.Nutrition Scheme

 

4855.60

 

 

101 (1) (1) Salaries

15.31

 

 

15.31

            (2) Wages

-

 

 

-

            (3) T.A

-

 

 

-

            (4) O.E

0.97

 

 

0.97

            (5) M/Vehicles

-

 

 

-

            (6) R/R/ Taxes

1.07

 

 

1.07

            (7) M/Supplies

2.94

 

 

2135.51

Total = 101(1)

20.29

4855.60

 

4875.89

NSSWB

35.00

-

80.00

115.00

CAPITAL SECTION

 

 

 

 

4235-02-800(1) Buildings

 

 

336.45

 

4235-02-800(4)Other Works

 

 

 

 

Total (800)

 

 

336.45

336.45

 

Total=2235/2236/4235

 

1064.11

 

10859.07

 

605.65

 

12441.95

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Section 4(1) (b) (xii) of RTI Act 2005 

The manner of execution of subsidy programme, including the amount allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programme 

·        There are no subsidy schemes under the Dept. 

Section 4(1) (b) (xiii) of RTI Act 2005 

Particulars of recipients of concession, permits or authorizations granted by it.  

 

Section 4(1) (b) (xii) of RTI Act 2005

The manner of execution of subsidy programme, including the amount allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programme

 

·        There are no subsidy schemes under the Dept

 

Section 4(1) (b) (xiii) of RTI Act 2005

Particulars of recipients of concession, permits or authorizations granted by it.

IGNOAPS above 80 year + 2012

  1. IGNOAPS above 80 year + 2012.

  2. 80 plus IGNOAPS Dimapur District.

  3. 80 plus Kohima District.

  4. 80 plus Mokokchung District 2011-12

  5. 80 Plus Peren district

  6. 80 plus Zunheboto

  7. 80 years and above under Wokha

  8. Kiphire 2012 80

  9. Longleng 2012 80

  10. Phek 12 80

  11. Tusensang 80 12

 IGNOAPS Additional 2012

  1. additional 2012 Kiphire

  2. Additional 2012 Phek

  3. additional Longleng

  4. additional Mon

  5. additional wokha

  6. Dimapur Additional 2012

  7. MOKOKCHUNG Additional IGNOAPS 2012

  8. Peren Additional 2012

  9. tsg. 2012

  10. Zunheboto Additional 2012

IGNOAPS Death replacement 2012

  1. Dimapur Death replacement 2012

  2. Kiphire

  3. Kohima death replacement 2012

  4. Longleng

  5. Mokokchung Death Replacement 2012

  6. mon replacement

  7. Peren Death Replacement 2012

  8. Phek Death replacement 2012

  9. Tsg.

  10. Wokha Replacement in 2012

  11. Zunheboto 2012

IGNOAPS Renewal 2012

  1. Dimapu Renewal 2010-11

  2. Kiphire1

  3. Kohima Renewal 2011-12

  4. Longleng1

  5. Mokokchung Renewal 2010-11

  6. Mon

  7. Peren Renewal 2011-12

  8. Phek

  9. Tsg.1

  10. Wokha

  11. Zunheboto Renewal 2012

 

·        National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP) under this scheme following is the beneficiaries  covered under the respective districts. The detail list of all beneficiaries is available in Public Domain under the Ministry of Rural Develoment website under NSAP.

IGNOAPS=47191,   IGNDPS=1276,   IGNWPS= 1961.

 

Sl.No

Name of the District

Name of the  Scheme

Total number of beneficiaries

1

KOHIMA

Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme

6262

Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme

258

Indira Gandhi National Disabilty Pension Scheme

170

2

MOKOKCHUNG

IGNOAPS

6633

IGNWPS

189

IGNDPS

139

3

TUENSANG

IGNOAPS

5044

IGNWPS

166

IGNDPS

92

4

WOKHA

IGNOAPS

5255

IGNWPS

202

IGNDPS

136

5

ZUNHEBOTO

IGNOAPS

5474

IGNWPS

221

IGNDPS

132

6

MON

IGNOAPS

5760

IGNWPS

130

IGNDPS

112

7

PHEK

IGNOAPS

5619

IGNWPS

227

IGNDPS

145

8

DIMAPUR

IGNOAPS

3091

IGNWPS

184

IGNDPS

117

9

LONGLENG

IGNOAPS

1071