RIGHT TO INFORMATION MANUAL OF SERCHHIP DC’S OFFICE
Under Section 4(1)(b) of the Right to Information Act, 2005

       
(i) The Particulars of its Organization, Functions and Duties:
1 Structure of Organization
  The broad set up of the DC’s establishment is as follows:

Deputy Commissioner is the head of the establishment. The sub-ordinate Officers and Staff working under his control in order of seniority are:-

  a) Deputy Commissioner 1 Post
  b) Addl.Deputy Commissioner 1 Post
  c) Sub-Divisional Officer(Sadar) 1 Post
  d) Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil) 2 Posts
  e) Sub-Deputy Commissioner 3 Posts
  f) Superintendent 1 Post
  g) Assistant 2 Posts
  h) Stenographer-III (PA-DC) 1 Post
  i) Upper Division Clerk(UDC) 1 Post
  j) Lower Division Clerk (LDC) 11 Posts
  k) Driver 9 Posts
  l) Group D 18 Posts
    TOTAL 50 Posts
       
2. FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES (IN BRIEF)  
  a) ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS  
    i. The Office of the Deputy Commissioner acts as the Administrative Headquarters of the District.
    ii. The Deputy Commissioner is the head of the District Administration.
    iii. This Office ensures constant co-ordination with all Government Departments for smooth functioning of administrative machinery in the District.
    iv. The Deputy Commissioner functions as the District Collector in revenue administration in the District.
         
  b) DEVELOPMENTAL FUNCTIONS  
    i. Co-ordination of the activities of various Departments at the District level for successful implementation of various Govt. schemes, flagship programmes and special development programmes, etc.
    ii. Implementation and monitoring of MPLADS and MLALADS directly through authorised agencies.
         
  c) JUDICIAL FUNCTIONS  
    i. The Deputy Commissioner’s Office is the Office of the District Magistrate and responsible for the maintenance of Law and Order in the District.
    ii. Issues Certificates like Tribal, Residential, Income, character, Tax Exemption, etc.
    iii. Issues and renew Inner Line Permit (ILP).
    iv. Deals with matters relating to arms and explosives.
    v. Implements the Mizoram Public Demand Recovery Act 2001.
    vi. Protection of Consumer Rights through District Consumer Forum.
    vii. Ensuring better co-ordination for fighting against crimes having international repercussions.
         
  d) DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND REHABILITATION  
    i. Organisation of mock drill to disseminate awareness about different kinds of disasters.
    ii. Rescue, relief and rehabilitation of those affected by natural calamities within the District.
    iii. Provision of financial relief (ex-gratia) incase of death and damage of property due to natural calamity.
    iv. Distribution of Silpaulins/Poly-tarpaulins for prevention of landslide.
    v. Co-ordinating activities of various Departments in times of natural disaster.
         
  e) DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND REHABILITATION  
    i. Organisation of mock drill to disseminate awareness about different kinds of disasters.
    ii. Rescue, relief and rehabilitation of those affected by natural calamities within the District.
    iii. Provision of financial relief (ex-gratia) incase of death and damage of property due to natural calamity.
    iv. Distribution of Silpaulins/Poly-tarpaulins for prevention of landslide.
    v. Co-ordinating activities of various Departments in times of natural disaster.
         
  f) ELECTORAL FUNCTIONS  
    i. It is the Office of the District Election Officer.
    ii. Preparation of Electoral Rolls for elections to the State Legislative Assembly and the Parliament.
    iii. Conducting free and fair elections.
    iv. Implementation of Electors Photo Identity Card Scheme.
    v. Co-ordinating all the Election related works in the District.
         
  g) IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW LAND USE POLICY (NLUP)  
    i. Co-ordination of various NLUP Line Departments for successful Implementation of the Policy.
    ii. Supervision and verification/monitoring of all activities under NLUP.
    iii. Actions as a link between the NLUP Line Departments, Village Level Monitoring Committee, Village Level Implementing Committee and the NLUP Implementing Board.
    iv. To deal with all matters related to NLUP within the District.
         
  h) OTHER FUNCTIONS  
    i. As office of the Principal Census Officer, population enumeration, National Population Register (NPR), Socio-economic & caste census, BME, etc. are all operated in the District by DC’s office.
    ii. Receiving and entertaining VVIP’’s, VIP’s and Important dignitaries visiting the District.
    iii. Observation of Important days viz : Independence Day, Republic Day, Remna Ni, Chapcharkut, etc.
    iv. Redressal of Public Grievances through Serchhip District Information and Grievances Redressal System.
      In addition to the above mentioned functions,it can be concluded by saying that the D.C’s Office deals with all matters of administrative nature within the District.
         
(ii) THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES  
  1) DEPUTY COMMISSIONER  
    The powers and duties of the Deputy Commissioner may be briefly described under the following heads:
    i. As Deputy Commissioner: Co-Ordination among the Departments and taking up public welfare activities, carrying out decennial census, overseeing the disaster management and providing relief to the affected people.
    ii. As District Collector: performing functions of collector under Land Acquisition Act, responsible for collection of land revenue, other account of Govt. taxes, fees and all its recoverable as arrears of land revenue.
    iii. As District Magistrate: is responsible for Law & Order, supervising of Executive Magistrate in the District, control & direct the actions of the Police and supervise his power over administration of Jails and Lock Up.
    iv. As representative of the State Govt. at the District: coordinating all the VIP visits.
    v. As a general administrator, DC is required to take cognizance of the matter of public interest and take it to its logical conclusion with the help of Govt. Department, or by processing the matter in his own office.
    vi. As District Election Officer: is responsible for conduct of Election and management of Electoral Roll in the District.
    vii. As head of the Office: Supervising and managing all works of SDO Offices.
         
  2. ADDL. DEPUTY COMMISSIONER  
    Addl.DC assists the D.C in the implementation of Govt. programmes, policies of Govt. and Centrally Sponsored Schemes and performs duties as prescribed under different Acts&Rules. His day to day function within the realm of the office includes giving advice and sharing his expertise to the D.C in the discharge of his official duties and representing the D.C in public and official functions and gatherings where the presence of the D.C is required as per protocol. He is closest to the D.C by virtue of his status. With regards to Judicial Power, he is designated as the Additional District Magistrate.
         
  3. SUB-DIVISIONAL OFFICER (SADAR)  
    SDO(S) is the senior most subordinate officer who is normally from the senior grade of the State Civil Service. Literally, Sadar means Head Quarters so the SDO(S) has his office in the District Head Quarters. He is the Executive Magistrate when it comes to Judicial Power. SDO(S) has a separate jurisdiction within a particular geographical area within the District itself inspite of his posting in the District Head Quarters under the direct control of the D.C.
         
  4. SUB-DIVISIONAL OFFICER (CIVIL)  
    SDO (C) has more or less the same duty and functions as those of the SDO(S). They also function as the Executive Magistrate in the District. They differ from SDO (S) in that they are located at the Sub-Divisional level whereas the former has his office at the District Headquarters.
         
  5. SUB-DEPUTY COMMISSIONER  
    Sub-Deputy Commissioners belongs to Junior Grade of the State Civil Service. These officers assist the D.C in the day to day official work. Each officer is assigned separate duties through work distribution and they are designated as Branch Officers as their role are to assist the D.C. They also function as Excecutive Magistrates and execute the powers and duties invested therein.
         
  6. SUPERINTENDENT  
    The Superintendent supervises the works of the clerical staff, maintains discipline in the office, supervises & assists in office work of Branches alloted to her.
         
  7. ASSISTANT  
    He is the backbone of the office administration. He is responsible for maintaining congenial officers-staff relations. The Assistant has to supervise the works, performance and even the behaviour of each staff. He is the reporting Authority of ACR’s/Performance Report for all the staff, i.e UDC to those below. The overall performance of staffs and atmosphere of the work place is largely determined by the ability, personality, experience and enthusiasm of the Assistant.
         
  8. PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER  
    This is the post for Stenographer-II. The main duty of a P.A is to take notes being dictated by the D.C which is normally confidential in nature. Dexterity & high speed in short hand as well as in typing is absolutely necessary for a P.A. Apart from these, a P.A is required to be familiar with the phone numbers of important officials, politicians, NGO leaders and prominent persons for easy communication in the discharge of official duties by the D.C.
         
  9. UPPER DIVISION CLERK/LOWER DIVISION CLERK  
    Practically, they are the employees who keep the entire process of office work in motion. They take initiative in processing paper correspondences right from docketing, noting and drafting as the case may be. Locating relevant papers and references, noting, drafting and making suggestions is mainly their responsibility. The various Branches of the office are being looked after separately by different dealing assistants who are either an UDC, LDC or C.A under the supervision of the assistant. The pace of work in the office largely depends on these clerical staff.
         
  10. DRIVER  
    As the designation so suggests, the work of a driver is driving Departmental vehicle exclusively for official purposes within the locality as well as out-station official tours.
         
  11 GROUP D  
    They occupy the bottom-most rung in the hierarchical set up of the office. Group D employees are mainly divided into 3(three) categories of similar grade, they are:-
    1 PEON  
      The main work of a peon is carrying of files and other official papers and correspondences to and fro within the office premises, from office to office as well as functioning as special messanger when the need arises.
         
    2 CHOWKIDERS  
      Chowkiders are responsible for looking after the office building. They are sometimes engaged as night watchman if situation so demands.
         
    3 SWEEPERS  
      Sweepers as the name suggests are expected to sweep and clean not only the interior part of the office but its surrounding areas as well.
         
(iii) THE PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS, INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY
  The process of decision making starts with a correspondence received which is put up after completing the formal procedure of noting down the gist/summary of the correspondence with suggestion if any, by the Dealing Assistant. The file is routed through to all the concerned starting from the Assistant to the highest Authority i.e the Deputy Commissioner in normal cases and to the Branch Officer only in certain cases.

As a first step, the Dealing Assistant puts up the file to the Superintendent who puts it up to the concerned Branch Officer. The Branch Officer then forwards it to his senior i.e SDO(S), and then from him to the Additional D.C who then finally puts it up to the Deputy Commissioner, whose decision is absolute and final. Exceptional cases requiring decision at Government level are forwarded to concern Secretariat for final decision. In this process of passing on of file, all concerned are expected to examine the matter carefully and give their respective inputs and suggestions. This is to enable them to work as a team and arrive at the best possible decision. Furthermore, this procedure upholds transparency and accountability and acts as a channel of supervision at every stage of decision making.

         
(iv) THE NORMS SET BY IT FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS
  The organisation basically relies on Central Secretariat Manuals and a number of other Acts, Rules, Regulations and Government’s instructions and notifications for the discharge of its day to day officialfunctions.

All official duties and functions are performed bearing in mind the Office Procedures in general and welfare of the public in particular.
         
(v) THE RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS, HELD BY IT OR UNDER EACH CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING ITS FUNCTIONS
  1. MP LADS and MLA LADS Guidelines.
2. The Disaster Management Act, 2005.
3. Human Rights Manual for District Magistrate.
4. Manual on Office Procedure.
5. Central Treasury Rules.
6. General Financial Rules, 1963.
7. Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, 1964
8. Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965.
9. Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules.
10. The Consumer Protection Acts, 1986 & Rules, 1987.
11. Mizoram Roadside Land Control Act Rules 1979.
12. New Land Use Policy Guidelines and Calendar of Works.
13. The Indian Penal Code, 1860
14. Civil Procedure Code, 1908.
15. Criminal Procedure Code, 1973.
16. The Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation, 1873 and Guidelines for ILP issued by the Home Department, Govt. of Mizoram.
17. The Explosives Rules, 2008
18. Representation of the People Act, 1950
19. Representation of the People Act, 1951
20. Election to Village Council Rules, 1974
21. Protocol Manual
22. Election Manual
23. The Lushai Hills District (Village Councils) Acts, 1953
24. Mizoram (Prevention of Government Land Encroachment) Act, 2001
25. The Mizoram (Land Revenue) Act, 2013.
26. The Mizoram (Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement) Act, 2016.
  In addition to the above, a number of other Government’s instructions, notifications as well as related Acts and rules are referred by the employees of Deputy Commissioner’s Office for discharging its functions.
         
(vi) STATEMENT OF THE CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL
  The categories of documents being maintained can be classified under the following heads -
  1. Land records in the form of Departmental Land Lease Certificates of its position for which annual taxes have been paid on regular basis.
  2. Census register of all villages updated from time to time.
  3. List of voters in the District updated from time to time
  4. Properly accounted register of Arms, Armed licences and licence holders with their detail addresses within its jurisdiction.
  5. Inventory for all assets in the District for quick response of any kind of natural disaster.
  6. List of NGO’s and other Associations and bodies formed within the District Headquarters for ready communication in times of meeting in conection with the discharge of the duties as District Administration.
  7. Acquittance Roll, Cash Book, Treasury Transit Book, Contingent Register, Bank Account Pass Book being operated by the Office.
  8. Personal files of Housing Loan beneficiaries under building advance (HBA).
         
(vii) THE PARTICULARS OF ANY ARRANGEMENT THAT EXIST FOR CONSULTATION WITH, OR REPRESENTATION OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF
  The District Administration does not formulate any policy matter on its own, rather it simply follows the policies formulated by the State Gov’t. / Ministry practically. However, consultation with representativeof political parties, NGO members and prominent citizens have been held by convening meetings which gives them opportunity to express their opinions and suggestions. In addition to this, Serchhip District Information and Grievances Redressal System was created by the Deputy Commissioner for not only redressing the grievances of the public in the District but also for ensuring better participation, accountability and enhancement of knowledge of the public with regards to the working of all the Departments within the District.
         
(viii) A STATEMENT OF THE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES CONSISTINGOF 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, FOR THE MINUTES OF SUCH MEETING ARE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC
  As many as 50 Committees or bodies under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner with the approval or nomination of the Government have been constituted. Besides, a number of other District Level Committees having local interest oriented Committees have been formed with the objective of catering to public interest.

The District Level Committee constituted under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner are:-

    1. City/District Executive Committee on National Urban Livelihood Mission Document
2. District Level Committee on Welfare of Minorities
3. City Level Executive Committee for Urban Homeless
4. Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin)
5. District Level Committee for Implementation of National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP)
6. District Level ICDS Co-ordination Committee
7. District Level Standing Committee for EMRS, Serchhip
8. District Planning and Monitoring Committee
9. Appellate Tribunal for Maintenance of Parents and Senior Citizens
10. District Level ICDS Mission Committee
11. Site Allotment Advisory Board (SAAB), Serchhip
12. District Advisory Committee
13. Rogi Kalyan Samiti
14. District AIDS Prevention and Control Committee
15. District T.B Control Society
16. Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme
17. District Health Society
18. District Task Force for Immunization Committee
19. District Blindness Control Society
20. District Leprosy Control Programme
21. District Task Force on Laboratory Containment
22. District Vigilance Committee
23. District Vector Borne Diseases Control Programme
24. Reproductive Child Health
25. National Tobacco Control Programme
26. District Level Quality Assurance Committee
27. District Magistrate Review Meeting of Child Death Review
28. Rashtriya Madhiyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA)
29. Satva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)
30. National Foundation on Teacher Welfare (NFTW)
31. Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar (SVP)
32. Committee on Anti-Ragging in Educational Institution
33. District Education Committee (DEC)
34. Board of Governors (BOG) Rastriya Uchhatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA)
35. District Programme Advisory Committee
36. District Level Vigilance Committee on Targetted Public Distribution System
37. Work Advisory Committee for Construction of DRO Office
38. District Level Monitoring Committee for BPL Baseline Survey
39. District Level Survey Committee (DLSC)
40. Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA) Governing Bpoard
41. District Food Security Mission Executive Committee (DFSMEC)
42. District Level Implementation Committee (DLIC)
43. Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sanchayee Yojana (PMKSY)
44. New Land Use Policy (NLUP)
45. Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) Convergence
46. Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY)
47. District Level FFDA (Fish Farmer Development Agency) Managing Board
48. PMEGP
49. District Level Committee to Consider Eligibility of Industrial Units
50. District Level Co-ordination Committee of Integrated Co-operative Development Project (ICDP)
         
(ix) A DIRECTORY OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES  
  Directory of its officers and employees listed in order of seniority are :-
 

SL. NO

NAME

DESIGNATION

MOBILE

OFFICE

RES

ADDRESS

1

Dr.Lalrozama

DC

9436141549

222432

222410

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

2

ZosangzualiPachuau

Addl. DC

9436141974

222112

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

3

R.Vanrengpuia

SDO (S)

9436383058

222285

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

4

R.Vanrengpuia

E.O

9436383058

226105

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

5

LalfakawmaChhakchhuak

SDC (P)

9436151829

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

6

VabeimozachhiChozah

SDC

7085931962

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

7

Neng Thianlala

SDC

9856631054

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

8

LalruatmawiaZadeng

DIO (NIC)

9863310063

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

9

R.Lalmuankimi

Supdt.

9862540698

226052

 

Bazar Veng, Serchhip

10

Lalrinliani

Assistant

9862355164

9485055697

General Br.             

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

11

Lalthansanga

Steno-III (PA to DC)

9862430538

DC Personal Br.       

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

12

Dominic Lalremsiama

Net. Engg. (NIC)

9612585348

 

 

P&E Veng, Serchhip

13

Israel ZoarPanzela

Net. Engg. (NIC)

9615822609

 

 

BaktawngTlangnuam

14.

Zothanpuii Ralte

DMA (NIC)

9862326684

 

 

Khawtetlang, New Serchhip

  15

LalchhuanmawiaRalte

Manager, e-District

9862746446

 

 

Venglai, N. Serchhip

16

Denghlira

Manager, e-District

9089329857

 

 

ChhimVeng, Serchhip

17

V.Lalremruati

UDC

9089482718

 

 

Bazar Veng, Serchhip

18

K.C Lilypari

LDC

9862924763

 

 

I.O.C Veng, N. Serchhip

19

Remhlamawii

LDC

8014415066

 

 

P&E Veng, Serchhip

20

Lalhruaitluanga

LDC

9862324391

 

I.O.C Veng, N.Serchhip

21

VanlalduhiRalte

D. O (DM&R)

9862116104

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

22

Lalchharliani

Skilled-I

9436146870

8414974358

 

 

P&E Veng, Serchhip

23

Rualkhumi

Skilled-II

9612447658

 

 

Hmar Veng, Serchhip

24

Zirsangzeli

Skilled-II

9862967147

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

25

Saihmingliani

Skilled-II

9862717316

 

 

A.O.C Veng, Serchhip

26

Rothanpari

Skilled-II (NLUP)

9436376514

226230

 

ChanmariVeng, Serchhip

27

Vanlalhriata

Comp. Opt.(NLUP)

9436146221

226230

 

I.O.C Veng, N.Serchhip

28

V.Laltlanmawia

Comp. Opt.(Election)

9862878193

 

 

Hmar Veng, Serchhip

29

Lalchhandama

Driver

8974773127

 

 

A.O.C Veng, Serchhip

30

Lalchamliana

Driver

9862843979

 

 

P&E Veng, Serchhip

31

Lalrammuana

Driver (MR)

9862539252

 

 

P&E Veng, Serchhip

32

Lallawmzuala

Driver (MR)

9863335522

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

33

David Rosangzuala

Driver (MR)

9612026978

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

34

David Lalthansanga

Driver (MR)

9862194947

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

35

Zarzoliana

Peon

9862726605

 

 

A.O.C Veng, Serchhip

36

Lianmawia

Peon

8256937831

 

 

P&E Veng, Serchhip

37

Lalrinmawia

Peon

9862533068

 

 

Hmar Veng, Serchhip

38

Vanlalsanga

Peon

9612614565

 

 

RamthlunVeng, Serchhip

39

H.Lalrinpuia

Peon

9862876832

 

 

RamthlunVeng, Serchhip

40

Zothanpari

Peon

9089869559

 

 

Vengchung, Serchhip

41

Hrangliankhuma

Peon

9862036653

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

42

Lalchansanga

Peon

9436302140

 

 

I.O.C Veng, N.Serchhip

43

Vanlaltluangi

Peon

9402127916

 

 

I.O.C Veng, N.Serchhip

44

C.Lalnunpuii

Peon

9856136209

 

 

I.O.C Veng, N.Serchhip

45

Lalrinawma

Peon

9089914887

 

 

DintharVeng, Serchhip

  46

LaltlanthangiHnamte

Peon (DC Bungalow)

9863190087

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

47

V.Zoramthanga

Chowkidar

9612585372

 

 

I.O.C Veng, N.Serchhip

48

Zakhuma

Chowkidar

8974360416

 

 

I.O.C Veng, N.Serchhip

  49

Lalmuanpuia

Un-skilled

8131821508

 

 

Collage peng, N.Serchhip

50

Zoremsiami

Un-skilled

9862335970

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

  51

Ramdinthara

Un-skilled

9089818968

 

 

I.O.C Veng, N.Serchhip

52

Lalhmingmawii

Un-skilled

8259957294

 

 

 

 

 

A.O.C Veng, Serchhip

53

HmangaihzauvaChawng-thu

Un-skilled (Election)

8974174595

 

 

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

54

 

Ramdingliani

Un-skilled (Election)

8974274164

 

 

Vengchung, Serchhip

55

H.Zosangliana

P.S.O

9402518771

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

56

Remlalliana

P.S.O

7308380993

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

57

Vanthuama

Peon

 

 

 

Khawtetlang, N.Serchhip

58

Ramnunsiama

 

 

 

 

Vengthar, N.Serchhip

(x) THE MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN ITS REGULATIONS
 

SL. NO

NAME

DESIGNATION

PAY SCALE (in Rs.)

1

Dr. Lalrozama

D.C

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 8700

2

ZosangzualiPachuau

Addl. DC

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 7600

3

R. Vanrengpuia

SDO (S)

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 6600

4

SDO(C) N.Vanlaiphai post presently held by C. Laltleipuii, BDO, E.Lungdar

SDO (C), NVLP

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 6600

5

C. Lalnunmawii

SDO (C), TZL

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 6600

6

LalfakawmaChhakchhuak

SDC(P)

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 5400

7

VabeimozachhiChozah

SDC

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 5400

8

Neng Thianlala

SDC

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 5400

9

R. Lalmuankimi

Superintendent

PB3 15600 - 39100 + 5400

10

Lalrinliani

Assistant

PB2 9300 - 34800 + 4400

11

L. Sangzami

Assistant, NVLP

PB2 9300 - 34800 + 4400

12

Lalthansanga

Steno-II

PB2 9300 - 34800 + 4400

13

V. Lalremruati

UDC

PB2 9300 - 34800 + 4200

14

Lalhmangaihi

LDC, attached to DC Office, Aizawl

PB1 5200 - 20200 + 2400

15

K.C. Lilypari

LDC

PB1 5200 - 20200 + 2400

16

LalnunpuiiRokhum

LDC, attached to GAD

PB1 5200 - 20200 + 2400

17

Lalhruaitluanga

LDC

PB1 5200 - 20200 + 2400

18

C. Remhlamawii

LDC

PB1 5200 - 20200 + 2400

19

Zirsangzeli

Skilled – II

Rs. 370 per day

20

Lalchamliana

Skilled – II, NVLP

Rs. 370 per day

21

Rualkhumi

Skilled – II

Rs. 370 per day

22

Saihmingliani

Skilled – II

Rs. 370 per day

23

Rothanpari

Skilled – II

Rs. 370 per day

24

R.C. Lalramthangi

Skilled – II, TZL

Rs. 370 per day

25

Lalchhandama

Driver

PB1 5200 - 20200 + 1900

26

R. Lalchamliana

Driver

PB1 5200 - 20200 + 1900

27

Lalrammuana

Skilled – II

Rs. 370 per day

28

Lallawmzuala

Skilled – II

Rs. 370 per day

29

Francis Lawmkima

Skilled – II, TZL

Rs. 370 per day

30

David Rosangzuala

Skilled – II

Rs. 370 per day

31

David Lalthansanga

Skilled – II

Rs. 370 per day

32

H.C. Laltharzela

Skilled – II, NVLP

Rs. 370 per day

33

Ramnunsiama

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

34

Zarzoliana

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

35

Lianmawia

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

36

Vanthuama

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

37

Vanlalsanga

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

38

Lalrinmawia

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

39

H. Lalrinpuia

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

40

Zothanpari

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

41

Hrangliankhuma

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

42

C. Lalnunpuii

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

43

Vanlaltluangi

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

44

Lalrinawma

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

45

Lalchansanga

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

46

Hmingthanzauva

Peon, TZL

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

47

LaltlanthangiHnamte

Peon

IS 4440 - 7440 + 1650

48

Zoremsiami

Unskilled

Rs. 270 per day

49

Vanlalhnuna

Unskilled

Rs. 270 per day

50

Lalremruata

Unskilled, TZL

Rs. 270 per day

51

Saingura

Unskilled

Rs. 270 per day

(xi) THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENT MADE
  The budget allocation for Serchhip DC Office for the year 2016-17 isRs. 284.30 lakh. Head wise classification of the budget allocation are given below for information
  1. HEAD OF ACCOUNT  
    MAJOR HEAD 2053 - District Administration
    MINOR HEAD 093 - District Establishment  
    SUB-HEAD (07) - D.C Serchhip  
   

OBJECT HEAD

BUDGET ALLOTMENT PROVISION IN DETAILED HEAD (RS. IN LAKH)

(01) – Salary

204.74

(02) – Wages

22.00

(06) Medical Treatment

4.92

(11)- Domestic Travel Expenses

3.00

(13)- Office Expenses

12.00

(16)- Publication

0.50

(20)-Other Administrative Expenses

2.70

(27)-Minor Works

2.00

(50) – Other Charges

1.00

                TOTAL

252.86

  2. HEAD OF ACCOUNT  
    MAJOR HEAD 2053 - District Administration
    MINOR HEAD 094 - Other Establishment  
    SUB-HEAD (13) - Sub-Division, Serchhip  
   

OBJECT HEAD

BUDGET ALLOTMENT PROVISION IN DETAILED HEAD (RS. IN LAKH)

(01) - Salary

25.00

(06) Medical Treatment

1.44

(11)- Domestic Travel Expenses

1.00

(13)- Office Expenses

3.00

(27)-Minor Works

1.00

                TOTAL

31.44

(xii) THE MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES
  The establishment does not deal with subsidy programmes.
         
(xiii) PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORISATIONS GRANTED BY IT
  The concessions, permits or authorizations granted by District Administration are –
    1. Premature closure of Pay Roll Saving Account for those with a minimum of 3 yrs subscription.
2. Permission to make mike announcement, concert, mela, etc.
3. Fixation of House Rent for Departmental Offices occupying private building on rental basis.
4. Exemption from autopsy of a person dying an unnatural death.
5. Permission for stocking of materials on the roadside for temporary period.
6. Permission for exhumation of a dead body.
7. Granting of Legal Aid facilities to needy people by hiring Defence Counsel at the expense of the Government provided that the District Magistrate or Addl. District Magistrate gives prior permission if he is satisfied that the applicant does not afford the expenses involved and that the ground for hiring a Defence Counsel on his behalf is genuinely necessary.
         
(xiv) DETAILS IN RESPECT OF THE INFORMATION, AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY IT, REDUCED IN AN ELECTRONIC FORM
    1. All matters related to New Land Use Policy within Serchhip District.
2. List of voters and all details connected with elections to the State Legislative Assembly and the Parliament within Serchhip District.
3. All details related to Arms Licence within the District.
         
(xv) THE PARTICULARS OF FACILITIES AVAILABE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION, INCLUDING THE WORKING HOURS OF A LIBRARY OR READING ROOM, IF MAINTAINED FOR PUBLIC USE
  Various facilities available to citizens for obtaining information pertaining to the decisions and programmes formulated by the Government are-
    1. Office Notice Board.
2. Mass media.
3. Village crier through Village Council Court.
4. District Information & Public Relations Office.
5. Serchhip District Information and Grievances Redressal System.
         
(xvi) THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS
 

SL. NO

NAME & DESIGNATION

DESIGNATION UNDER RTI ACT 2005

1

Dr. Lalrozama, Deputy Commissioner

Departmental Appellate Authority

2

R. Vanrengpuia,  SDO (Sadar)

State Public Information Officer

3

SDO (C ) N. Vanlaiphai presently held by C.Laltleipuii BDO, E. Lungdar

State Assistant Public Information Officer

4

Lalnunmawii, SDO (Civil), Thenzawl

State Assistant Public Information Officer