OTHER CITIZEN SERVICES
The aim and objective of the “Citizen Charter” is to make a citizen aware about the functioning of welfare Government in respect of various departments run and managed by them. Though our country has achieved a lot towards information and technology, still a common citizen is unaware about the working system of Government, there by often cheated by the miscreants and harassed. In order to streamline the system of governance transparent and get the feed back of the doorsteps is the intension of the District Administration Angul to introduce the citizen charter.
(A) Angul came in to existence as a separate district consequent upon re-organization of districts in Orissa on 1st April’1993 with headquarter at Angul, This district is located at the central part of the state.
( C) DEMOGRAPHIC 2001 Census
D : ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS
This section co-ordinates and monitors the relief administration of the entire district in respect of Natural Calamites, Fire hazards and Industrial hazards crossing the factory boundaries etc.
a) KINDS OF NATURAL CALAMITIES AND OTHER DISTRESS :
Natural Calamities have dimensional differentiation such as (a) Natural Calamities which are fairly widespread, e.g., drought, flood, cyclone and tidal disasters, earthquakes, volcanic eruption, heavy rains, etc. and (b) those that are localized, e.g. gale-wing, whirl-wind, tornado, hail storm, distress resulting out of the accidents relating to communication and transport services, lightning, thunders quall, virulent epidemics, locust menaces, etc.
b) OBJECTIVES OF RELIEF ADMINISTRATION :
It is both preventive as well as maintenance of a common standard of economic health of the people.
c) PRINCIPLES REGULATING RELIEF MEASURES :
. Provision for Food security and Drinking Water.
· Gratuitous Relief.
· Provision for L.I. Work.
· Assistance to cultivators to retrieve loss.
· Assistance from Non-Governmental sectors.
· Best utilization of Resources.
d) NATURE OF RELIEF MEASURES :
As soon as a major natural calamity occurs or a particular area is declared by Government to be `distress’ or affected from such a calamity, one or more of the following measures as deemed fit, may be undertaken subject, to the directive of the Board of revenue/Special Relief Commissioner and then the scales of relief are given as per modification to be effected by Govt. from time to time.
A Labour intensive work including relief works.
B Gratuitous relief.
C Nutrition supplementary feeding Programme.
D Relief measures by non-official organizations.
E Care of orphans and restitutes.
F Strengthening of Public distribution system.
G Health measures and veterinary measures.
H Agricultural measures including provision of credit supply.
I Special relief to weavers and artisans.
J Arrangement of food stuff and stocking of food grains in strategic
K Provision of Drinking water.
L Provision for immediate irrigation facilities.
M Remission and suspension of collection of land revenue and loans.
N Grant of educational concessions.
O Enquiry into starvation cases and prompt action taken on such reports,
P Action on press reports.
e) SOURCE OF FUND :
The main sources of fund are Calamity Relief Fund and national Fund for Calamity Relief.
f) CONTROL ROOM :
Normally it operates from 1st May to 30th November each year. Whenever situation demands it also continues beyond the specified period. One officer, ore Toll free telephone No.10077 is there to which any public/officials can pass any emergency related information. The other telephone bearing number 06764-230980 is functioning in this office.
g) RAIN RECORDING :
Eight (8) rain recording stations located at Angul. Talcher, Banarpal, Pallahara, Kaniha, Chhendipada, Kishorenagar and Athmallik records the daily rainfall at 8.30 A.M. and sends report daily to this section. The daily complied figure for the district as well as station wise report is sent to S.R.C., Orissa, revenue Department, R.D.C.(ND), Sambalpur, Metrological Department and OSDMA, Bhubaneswar by this section.
h) REPORTS ON WEATHER AND CROP SITUATION :
The above report is sent to proper quarter on 10th of each month from July to October Apart from this special report is also being Sent as per requirement.
i) WEATHER WARNING :
The daily reports on weather condition received from Meteorological Department is transmitted to different offices concerned for alert.
j) DISTRICT LEVEL NATURAL CALAMITY COMMITTEE MEETING :
As per Rule 27 of Orissa Relief Code a meeting of the District Level Committee on Natural Calamities shall be convened by the end of May and another in November every Year.
Month of May :
In this meeting the on going relief work is reviewed and decision on precautionary measures to be taken for flood and stocking of food articles in strategic or key points.
Month of November :
It reviews the immediate post situation on crop condition, relief measures if any and also suggest on the immediate future relief activities.
k) DROUGHT :
It is Caused due to failure of rains in season, drought is declared by Govt. on the basis of sample crop cutting experimenting undertaken by the Agriculture Department.
Action on Post Drought :
· Ensuring supply line of food.
· Provision of Drinking water.
· Provision of water for cattle and other use.
· Provision for immediate irrigation.
· Suspension of collection of loan.
l) REPORT ON STARVATION :
The enquiry is conducted immediately by a Gazetted Officer in presence of the Sarpanch, Ward Member or Some gentlemen of the locality.
To prevent this the following officials have been engaged to grant Gratuitous Relief :-
Sarpanch - 10 days
B.D.O. - 30 days
Sub-Collector - 45 days
Collector - 60 days
m) FLOOD :
Flood occasionally occurs in the areas adjoining to river Mahanadi and Brahmani.
Flood Relief Measures :
· Pre-flood arrangements.
· Action during flood.
· Post-flood arrangement.
· Closure of flood relief measure.
Scale of House Building Grant / Assistance :
A. Fully damaged houses (Maximum aid)
i) Pucca House Rs. 10,000.00 per house.
ii) Kucha House Rs. 6,000.00 per house
B. Severely damaged houses (Maximum aid)
i) Pucca house Rs. 2,000.00
ii) Kucha House Rs. 1,200.00
C. Marginally damaged houses (maximum aid) Rs. 600.00 per house.
n) FIRE ACCIDENT AND RELIEF :
This is a chronic and important regular work of relief administration.
· Requisitioning and utilizing the services of fire fighting squad to put off the fire as expeditious as possible.
· Emergent relief in the form of dry food to the affected members.
· Supply of Clothing in case absolutely necessary.
· Free grant for effective repair to the damaged house.
· Loans for building fire proof houses.
o) SUN STROKE :
· Preventive measures awareness campaign, `JALA CHHATRAS’
· Free medical treatment.
· In Case of death a joint enquiry is conducted consisting of an Executive Magistrate and Medical Officer. On Confirmation of the report ex-gratia is paid @ 10,000/- per case.
In case of death due to lightening it is reported by the R.I. The Tahasildar confirms it and sends it to the Sub-Collector for recommendation. After recommendation by the Sub-Collector the case is sent to collector for sanction of ex-gratia payment is made, through the concerned Tahasildar.
q) OTHER WORKS DURING NATURAL CALAMITIES :
· Supplementary feeding Programme.
· Administration of relief given by other Govts., Semi-Govts., Non-Govt. Organizations, Non-official Organizations and Individuals.
· Care of orphans and destitute.
· Medical and Public health measures.
· Veterinary measures.
· Agricultural measures and provision of credit.
· Strengthening of public distribution system and supply of food stuff for relief measures.
· Relief for loss of life due to flood, cyclone, drought, earthquake, Fire accidents and Hail storm @ 50,000/- per Case.
· Sanction of reward for showing exceptional bravery in rescue operations.
LAND ACQUISITION (NALCO, MCL, NTPC)
a) LAND ACQUISITION & REHABILITATION STATUS IN NALCO, ANGUL:
Total area of Ac.3392.34 private land was acquired in 39 villages of undivided Dhenkanal District during the period 1981 to 1986 for NALCO (S & P) Complex, Angul. As per rehabilitation policy formulated for NALCO, a person loosing 1/3rd or more than that of his total land in NALCO is declared as Substantially Affected Person (SAP). One member from each SAP family is eligible for rehabilitation in NALCO (S & P), Angul.
For proper rehabilitation of land displaced persons in NALCO & for peripheral developments in surrounding villages of NALCO, Angul, Govt. has constituted Rehabilitation Advisory Committee (RAC) & Periphery Development Committee (PDC) under chairmanship of RDC, ND, Sambalpur. In both the committees, both officials from NALCO, Govt. & Public representatives (local M.Ps. & M.L.As.) are members. At present NALCO is spending 1% of its annual net profit towards peripheral developments. Besides this annual P.D. allotment, NALCO has done 2nd pipe water supply project to 13 peripheral villages at the cost of Rs.06 Crores.
PUBLIC SERVICES RENDERED:
This office deals with acquisition of tenancy land for NALCO. Besides payment of land compensation / higher land compensation as per decrees, this office finalises list of eligible SAPs for rehabilitation. Any declared SAP who intends to change his nominee for rehabilitation can file application in plain paper with proper justification in this office addressing to Spl. L.A.O., NALCO, Angul. The said Officer on verification of record and field enquiry put up genuine cases of nominee change to Collector for approval. All land losers have been issued with land loosing certificates. On production of said certificate, a person from a land loosing family is given preference in temporary employment in NALCO, so also in contractual job in NALCO and in execution of P.D. Works. Any land loser who has lost 1/3rd or more than 1/3rd his total land in NALCO but he has not yet been declared as SAP may file petition with Spl. L.A.O., NALCO, Angul for verification & consideration.
Spl. L.A.O., NALCO, Angul, the base officer works under administrative control of Collector & under direct supervision of A.D.M., Angul & Rehabilitation Officer, MCL / NTPC, Talcher.
Any persons who finds any difficulty either with this office/Officer may file written complaint before A.D.M. / Collector. He may contact on following Telephone Numbers for any information / relief with respect to this office.
1) Spl. L.A.O.,NALCO, Angul 06764-236015 (O) , 06764-220930 (R)
2) A.D.M., Angul 06764-230491 (O)
3) Collector, Angul 06764-230567 (O), 06764-230234 (Res. Office)
b) LAND ACQUISITION & REHABILITATION STATUS IN NTPC, ANGUL:
1. This office primarily deals with land acquisition and rehabilitation matter of NTPC/TSTPP, Kaniha and TTPS, Talcher.
2. Only the private lands are acquired for public purpose and the acquisition takes place under the provision of L.A. Act 1894.
3. After receipt of requisition from any public/private organization for acquisition of land for public purpose, the same will be sent to Govt. for Notification U/s. 4(1) Notification, the same is published in newspapers, Gazette and in the concerned village.
4. Then, survey is conducted in the field for enumeration of structures like trees, ponds, buildings, house, wells etc. Estimate of the land (Valuation of land) and structures are made and the same are sent to Govt. for Notification of declaration U/S. 6(1) of L.A. Act.
5. Enquiry U/S. 9(3) of L.A. Act is conducted in the concerned village or in nearby public place, where persons having any kinds of interest in the acquired lands can put forth their claim for compensation before the land acquisition Collector.
6. U/S. 11 of L.A. Act, Compensation is awarded and notice U/S. 12 (2) is issued foe receiving compensation at the place stipulated in the notice.
7. Persons aggrieved by the compensation award can file application U/S. 18 of L.A. Act within 6 weeks from the date of award for referring their cases to the civil court for actual determination of amount of compensation. Such application can be made before the Land acquisition Collector without payment of application fees and stamp duties etc.
8. A rehabilitation & Resettlement policy has been formulated for providing rehabilitation assistance to the persons who have lost 1/3rd or more of their total land (called as Substantially Affected Persons).
9. Persons aggrieved by any action of Govt. relating to rehabilitation matter can make application in plain paper can action would be taken within reasonable period (approximately two months) for redressal of his grievance provided the same is permissible under the R & R policy.
10. The SPL. L.A.O. is the basic officer who deals with these works and contact Nos.are
12. The next higher officer to be contacted if anything goes wrong/un-attended:-
(i) A.D.M. cum R.O., MCL/NTPC, Talcher : 230491 (Office at Angul)
(His office is located at Talcher in the : 236052 (Res.)
campus of Sub-Collector’s Office, Talcher) : 241732 (Office at Talcher)
(ii) District Magistrate & Collector, Angul : 230567 (Office)
: 230234 (Res.)
(iii) R.D.C. (ND) Orissa, Sambalpur : 2401975 (Office)
: 241537 (Fax)
c) LAND ACQUISITION & REHABILITATION STATUS IN MCL, ANGUL:
1. Primarily, this office deals with the Land Acquisition of private Lands specially required for M.C.L in Talcher Area & the rehabilitation & Re-settlement benefits related to such land acquisitions.
2. Whenever Land is required for the utilization of M.CL. there will be one General notice proclaimed in the area in which the Land situated U/S 4(1) of the L.A.Act, 1894. After such general notice served in the concerned Village, necessary steps will be taken for 6(i) declaration in support of the Land required. In the process the Valuation of the Land compensation is determined and the above whole process will be completed within a period of one year from the date of declaration of U/S 4(i) Notification.
3. The Valuation of the Land compensation is finalized on the basis of availability of sale deed for the last three years from the date of notification U/S 4(1) of L.A.Act. and always the higher sale deed is accepted for the purpose.
In absence of sale deed for the Land of acquisition, the compensation is finalized on the basis of yielding status of the as per rule and on the rent basis of such land.
After declaration of 7(1) order by the Government, hearing camps U/S 9(1) & 9(3) is being conducted in the affected villages by the land acquisition officer concerned to settle down the disputes related to land among the royats/ tenants by issuing individual notices to the R.O.R.holder of the villages. After which there will be yadast in the village for preparation of award in favour of the recorded tenants against the land under acquisition. There will be individual notice to the awardees concerned to receive the land compensation.
Any body aggrieved in the compensation, may take the shelter of law U/S 18(i) of the L.A.Act, 1894 by filing application before the L.A.O. concerned. On the expiry of six weeks from the date of receipt of 12(2) Notice or from the date of passing of award which ever is earlier.
Any body desires for apportionment of their compensation amount may apply to the L.A.O concerned U/S 30 of L.A.Act, 1894.
4. As per Government instruction, during the identification of land oustees/nominees for rehabilitation and re-settlement benefit, both the District Administration and officials of M.C.L. authorities are being involved. There after the list of nominees/ land oustees will be sponsored by the District administration to the concerned C.G.M./G.M. of the area, and the screening test will be made by the concerned area after which the list would be sent to M.C.L. headquarter for necessary vetting of the same. After duly vetted by the M.C.L. headquarter the list will be again returned to Collector, Angul for his kind approval. Order will be communicated to concerned area for giving offer of employment to the land oustees/nominees.
5. Re-settlement of the fully evacuated villages is being also monitored by this office with consultation of the M.C.L. authorities as per rule.
6. SPL. Land Acquisition Officer, M.C.L. Angul is the basic officer who deals with the above work his contact Phone No is:-
Office : 231074
Res. : 236983
The next higher officer to be contacted for the purpose are given below.
(i) A.D.M.- Cum-Rehabilitation officer, NTPC/MCL, Angul contact phone No:-
Res. :- 236802
(ii) Collector,Angul. Office :- 230567
(iii) R.D.C.(N.D) Orissa Sambalpur Office:- 2401975
5. CIVIL SUPPLIES
District Food and Civil Supplies office :
1. We can be approached for any issue relating to the ration cards and also for redressal of any inconvenience/ grievance relating to fair price shop.
2. We will register all petitions and issue acknowledgement on the spot across the counter. Final replies to petitions will be issued within 30 days.
3. Petitions relating to ration cards will be disposed of within as specified time limits as shown below:
4. We will make available on demand by any interested citizens a copy of details of issues by FPS, register of ration cards in FPS, allotment of commodities to FPS etc. on the nominal fee.
FAIR PRICE SHOP OF ANGUL DISTRICT:
1. This fair shop provides commodities Viz. Rice, Wheat, Sugar, and Kerosene oil to thee ration card holders attached to this shop.
2. Working hours, scale of commodities, Issue price, stock position and name of the owner is displayed separately on the board.
3. Families below poverty line (BPL) holding special cards and annapurna card holders will get rice from their Gramapanchayats on 15th o each month.
The monthly scale of PDS commodities to different card holders is as follows:-
(a) Antyodaya Anna Yojana beneficiaries .
(i) Rice (AAY) 35Kg per month
(b) ANNAPURNA CARD HOLDERS.
(i) Rice (A.P.) 10 Kg per month
(c ) B.P.L.CARD HOLDERS.
(i) Rice (BPL) 25 Kg per month
* (ii) Sugar 2Kg per month
(d) A.P.L. CARD HOLDERS.
(i) Wheat (APL) 7Kg per month
(e) ALL CARD HOLDERS-Except Annapurna beneficiaries
(i) Kerosene 4 liters per month
(According to distance factor)
(* - The scale of distribution in respect of Wheat, Sugar would be varied subject
to quantum of allotment received from Govt.)
4. The card holders serviced by this FPS are entitled to inspect the stock Register, sale register and ration card register.
5. The card holders are entitled to lift their monthly allocation maximum in 04(four) installments.
6. The functioning of this fair price shop is monitored by vigilance may be addressed to: -
(a) The fair price shop committee of the G.P.
(b) Gram Sabha
(c) Retail level committee
7. Grievances can also be addressed to the following Govt. Officials.
(a) Collector/Civil Supplies Officer - Phone No.230567 & 230282.
(b) Commissioner-cum-Secretary to Govt. Food, Supplies & Consumer Welfare Deptt., Bhubaneswar.
RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONSUMERS
* Ration card should not be handed over/transferred to other person.
* Incorporate the exact quantity of P.D.S. item purchased and price paid to the F.P.S.
6. SOCIAL WELFARE
1. Location of the Office. : Part of the Stadium building near R.T.O. office, Angul.
2. Name of the Deptt.
under W & C.D. Department, Orissa Bhubaneswar &
3. Head of section : D.S.W.O.
DISTRICT EXCISE OFFICE: ANGUL
A) Location of the Office : - Near Indian Overseas Bank, Angul
B) Head of the Office : - Superintendent of Excise,Angul.
Phone No. :- 231341
Any information regarding Excise crimes may pleased be informed to the Supdt. of Excise, Angul/Inspector of Excise, Sadar/Talcher and all the Charge officers for taking needful action.
Office phone - 231431
S.I Boinda & Athamallik : 9861169185
S.I Sadar & Mobile : 9861006214
Location of the Office : Ground Floor, DRDA, Angul.
Name of the deptt. under control Of the Office. : Planning & Co-Ordination
Department, Orissa, Bhubaneswar
W.O.D.C, Orissa, Bhubaneswar
Head of Office : District Planning Officer &
O.I.C,Monitoring Cell, W.O.D.C,Angul.
Nature of Works dealt : MPLAD, MLALAD, WODC,
Untied Fund, Sp.Problem Fund,
11TH Finance Commission Award
& District Planning Committee.
NATURE OF WORKS DEALT BY THIS OFFICE
Contact Officer:- District Development Officer.
Contact Telephone :- 231918(O), 94372 89004(Mobile).
Subject dealt:- B.K.V.Y., Health, Education, Irrigation, Forest, Pollution, Veterinary, Agriculture, Co-Operation, Fisheries, Industries, Electrification, Communication, Establishment of J.E.S., V.L.W.S., A.E.S.
This section is a major section of District Administration. District Development Officer is in charge of this section. Public can put forth their Grievance before the O.I.C.. When they will not get justice, they can put forth their grievance before Collector.
Important works of District Touzi section
1. Implementation of the rules of manual of Tahasil Accounts 1951.
2. Administration of the Orissa Irrigation Act.
3. Assessment of compulsory Basic water Rate and Fluctuating water Rate.
4. Annual Verification of Tahasil Accounts. (Revenue)
5. Audit reports and inspection reports relating to Revenue Receipts.
6. D.C.B. of land Revenue, water Rate, Misc. Revenue and Sairat soucces.
7. Remission and write off of land Revenue, Cess & Water Rate etc.
8. L.I.G.H. & M.I.G.H. Loans.
Nature of works
( Preliminary expenses)
All prospecting license/Mining lease are being forwarded to Govt. for sanction after receipt of enquiry reports from concerned Tahasildar, Dy. Director of Mines and Divisional Forest officer as per Mineral concession Rules, 1960.
Telephone Number : 6764-230491
INFORMATION ON CIRCUIT HOUSE
There are 6 suites available in the Circuit House. The rent has been fixed by the Government to reserve the suits of the Circuit House in the following manner.
INFORMATION ON SABHAGHAR
Sabhaghar is also managed by the Nizarat Section and the reservation is made in the following manner.
1. Sabhaghar Rs. 1500/-
2. Amphitheatre Rs. 500/-
Besides, Security money amounting Rs. 500/- is received and the said money is refunded to the party concerned after completion of the programme.
INFORMATION ON SALEABLE MAP
Saleable Map is available in Nizarat Section. The cost of Salable Village Map is Rs. 25/-.
For details contact the following Telephone Nos.
Telephone of Circuit House – 236419
Telephone of ADM’s Office- 230491
ELECTION SECTION, COLLECTORATE, ANGUL
District Election Office / Election Section of Collectorate functions under control of Collector in the capacity of District Election Officer. This section monitors the Conduct of General Election to Lok Sabha & Orissa Legislative Assembly by the respective Sub-Collectors in the capacity of Returning Officer for election to Orissa Legislative Assembly & Asst. Returning Officer for election to Lok Sabha.
As per orders of Election Commission of India programme of Revision of Electoral Rolls (either Intensive / Summary / Partly Summary & Partly Intensive / Special ) takes place every year taking 1st January of said year as qualifying date for addition, deletion, correction and transposition in Electoral Roll. Besides above, programme of E.P.I.C. (Electors’ Photo Identity Card) takes place as and when Commission orders so. These programmes are taken up by Sub-Collectors in the capacity of Electoral Registration Officer under supervision of District Election Officer.
Public Services Rendered
Ø Any ordinary resident of Angul District can enquire from this office on matters of General Election to Lok Sabha, Orissa Legislative Assembly, Revision of Electoral Rolls, Re-Organisation of Polling Stations & Delimitation of Constituencies in office hours.
Ø Any elector can verify whether his name is there or not in electoral rolls for different Assembly Constituency from this office instantly since updated data has been kept in Computer. He may call for the same on telephone No. 06764-230978.
Ø Any “ordinary resident” of any area within geographical limit of different Assembly Constituency can apply before respective Sub-Collectors for inclusion / deletion / correction / transposition of his name in electoral roll round the year except during period between the last date of nomination and the date of completion of electoral process. But during the revision programme, a person can file application in proper form before Designated Officer at the local Polling station for inclusion / deletion / correction / transposition of his name in the period of filling of claims & objections. The required prescribed forms are supplied free of cost.
Ø Form No.6: - For inclusion of name for the first time and also for inclusion of name of a person already enrolled in a constituency for inclusion of names in another constituency.
Ø Form No.7: -For objecting inclusion of name in the draft roll and also seeking deletion of name included in the final roll.
Ø Form No. 8 :-For correction to particulars entered in the roll. This form can be used after draft publication as well as final publication.
Ø Form No.8 (A): -For transposition of entry in any other part of the roll of the same constituency. This form can be used after draft publication as well as after the final publication.
¨ However, any one can contact District Election Office & Sub-Divisional Election Offices of Angul District for information & advice on this issue.
¨ Name of the Office Telephone Nos.
O f f i c e
District Election Office, Angul : - 06764-230978
Sub-Divisional Election Office, Athamallik: - 06763-254222
Sub-Divisional Election Office, Angul : - 06764-230302
Sub-Divisional Election Office, Pallahara : - 06765-279221
Sub-Divisional Election Office, Talcher : - 06760-240720
N.B :- As per Section 17,18,19 of Representation of People Act, 1950;
1. No person shall be entitled to be registered in the electoral roll for more than one Constituency.
2. No person shall be entitled to be registered in the electoral roll for any constituency more than once.
3. (a) Every person who is not less than eighteen years of age on the qualifying date , and
(b) Ordinarily resident in a Constituency shall be entitled to be registered in the electoral roll for that constituency.
GENERAL & MISC.
17. ST & SC DEVELOPMENT
The ST & SC Development works are dealt by District Welfare Office.
Contact Telephone No. of District Welfare Office : 231173
To aid and assist the Collector in all matters concerning Small Savings one District Small Savings Officer (DSSO) has been posted at Angul Collectorate since 1985. Besides the DSSO, Small Savings Officers (SSOs) have also been posted in Sub-Divisions to assist the Sub- Collector.
The office telephone number of the DSSO is 06764-230824.
The DSSO looks after the effective publicity of the different Small Savings schemes to attract the public for investment of their mite for their future and for resource mobilization of the country, as well. Besides, he keeps contact with the Postal Department, which is the operational wing of the popular savings schemes e.g.:
1. POST OFFICE RECURRING DEPOSIT SCHEMES (PORD)
2. 1,2,3 & 5 yr. TIME DEPOSIT (POTD)
3. NATIONAL SAVINGS CERTIFICATE VIII ISSUE (NSC )
4. KISAN VIKAS PATRA (KVP)
5. MONTHLY INCOME SCHEME (MIS)
6. PUBLIC PROVIDENT FUND (PPF)
7. SENIOR CITIZEN’S SAVINGS SCHEME (SCSS)
The DSSO also sponsors young, educated and energetic persons to act as commissioned agents to mobilize savings from the public by offering service at their doorsteps. This also helps in solution of the unemployment problem to some extent. There are 2 types of agents to mobilize savings. They are:
1. STANDARDISED AGENTS (SAS): Both, gents and ladies can be appointed as agents under this system to canvass savings under KVP, NSC, MIS, POTD, PPF and SCSS and earn commission @ 0.5% to 1%.
2. MAHILA PRADHAN KSHETRIYA BACHAT YOUJANA (MPKBY): Only educated ladies can be appointed as agents under this scheme to canvass deposit under PORD and earn commission @ 4% on each deposit. Commission is paid in the postal counter itself.
At present 244 SAS agent and 76 MPKBY agents are working in our district.
Besides higher rates of interest in all the small savings securities, the Govt. of Orissa have introduced an attractive incentive scheme for their depositors, under KVP, NSC, MIS, PORD, & PPF. Under this scheme, the DSSO/SSO & SEOS in the Blocks provide the investors with free incentive coupons for every deposit of Rs.1000 on which lottery is drawn and prizes awarded. Every year two such drawal are made and cash prizes for Rs.53 lakhs are awarded to 3056 numbers of lucky winners in each drawal. The prize structure is as follows:
1st. prize…2no.s…Rs.3 lakhs each 5th prize…5no.s … Rs.20000 each
2nd prize…2 no.s…Rs.2 lakhs each 6th.prize…40no.s…. Rs.5000 each
3rd prize…3 no.s… Re.1 lakh each. 7th prize…500 no.s… Rs.2000 each
4th prize… 4 no.s… Rs.50000 each 8th prize…2500 no.s Rs.1000 each
1. SERVICE PROVIDED BY DIPRO OFFICE
The I & PR unit of this District works as a facilitator and catalyst to the District Administration in management of people's affairs and realization of developmental goals. The unit, in its “Ideal-form” is supposed to work as a bridge between the people and the administration. The services rendered by this establishment are:
(a) Media management :- Release of press notes, co-ordination with media representative, organization of press meet, media sensitization etc. The unit works as this spokes man of the District Administration.
(b) Awareness generation- Through folk dance, folk song, palla, Dasakathia, Cinema Shows, Group talks, distribution of posters, leaflets, handouts, Book lets and organization of Exhibitions etc.
(c) VIP Visits and public meetings- By way of providing A.V.system in VIP visit and public meetings of Govt. and Administration, Co-ordination, press management etc.
(d) Information and Library services- Through five Information Centre and Libraries located at different places throughout the District. The readers are provided News paper and magazines in reading rooms free of cost. The lending library facilities are provided to the members who have deposited an refundable caution money of Rs. 50/-.
(e) Communication Services –By way of sending the messages of devolvement to people and carrying feed-back from people to the Government and Administration.
(f) Celebrations- Organization and conduct of National and state Calibrations, Public Festivals etc.
(g) Cultural promotion- By way of organizing cultural functions, literary competition, Kabi Samilana, organization of art galleries, photo Exhibitions etc. on the basis of the availability of funds.
(h) Redresal of public Grievances- By way of helping the people in presenting their grievances at the appropriate quarters, assisting the higher authorities in hearing and redresal of public grievances.
(i) Emergency services- By way of taking up law and order publicity, assisting District Administration in relief and rehabilitation operation in course of Disaster Management.
(j) Election services- By way of providing A.V. system in dispersal and receiving counters, dissemination of counting results, organization election training camps, on-line training camps, conducting voters awareness publicity etc.
(k) Publication - This unit assists in publication of Utkal Prasanga and Orissa review of Govt. of Orissa by way of collecting literary articles from various authors, success stories of different departments, sale of the priced publication of Utkal Prasanga and Orissa review @ Rs. 5/-, printing and distribution during exhibitions ( on the basis of the availability of funds).
2.PUBLIC INTERFACE OF SERVICES
The services are provided free of cost except a refundable caution money deposit of Rs.50/- for using leading library facilities. The Orissa review and Utkal Prasanga are sold @ Rs.5/-.
3. COMMITMENT OF STANDARDS
The services are provided as when required. The services like Palla, Dasakathia, Exhibition, cultural performances etc. are provided on the basis of the availability of funds.
4. DETAILS OF STAFF & SERVICES
a) Cinema show- Projectionist, DI & PRO, Office, & operators at SDI&PRO Offices.
b) A.V. arrangement - Projectionist, DI & PRO, Office, & operators at SDI&PRO Offices.
c) Library Services- Information Centre and Libraries located at Angul, Athamallik,
Bamur, Pallahara and Talcher.
d) Celebrations - DI&PRO at District level and SDI&PRO at Sub-divisional level.
e) Media management:- DI&PRO at District level and SDI&PRO at Sub-divisional level.
f) Assistance in redresal of public grievance.- DI & PRO at District level and SDI&PRO at Sub-divisional level.
5. INFORMATION AND FACILITATION CENTRE
The information centers and libraries located at Angul, Bamur, Pallahara, Talcher and Athamallik serve as such centers. The librarians and the literate persons placed at these places are to be contacted for the purpose.
6. PUBLIC COMPLAINTS AND REMEDIES
The DI & PRO at District level and the SDI & PRO’s at Sub-divisional level are to be contacted for remedies against any difficult faced by people in getting I & PR services.
7. FEEDBACK OF CLIENTS
Feedback is collected through two different means are group talks, discussion forums, readers forums. The formal means are written complains, Telephonic information, media reports, etc.
The telephone number of DI&PRO Office- 06764-230462
The sports section is functioning under the control of the Collector. The District Sports Officer is functioning as the in charge the section. The office is located in the stadium, Angul.
1. RURAL SPORTS:
This programme is implemented since 1975. Its main purpose to “catch young” talents from the rural areas of the state. Under this scheme Extensive training is being provided from block level to District level to state level and finally to national level.
2. WOMAN SPORTS:
Till early 70 no sports scheme exclusively meant for woman were there in our state. Such a scheme came into being from 1975. Under this scheme women in the age group of are provided extensive training in events like Athletics, Volley ball, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, gymnastics, swimming, hand ball, basket ball, etc. from the block level to national level.
3. TALENT SCOUTING:
Under this Scheme “Catch them Young” in age group of 8 to 14 years are selected on the basis of “Motar Quality “ test and are admitted in different Sports hostels of the state. There are l4 numbers of State Sports Hostels and 4 numbers of SAI Sports Hostels are functioning in our State. In the Hostel extensive coaching is given to such students in the events of their respective liking. They are being groomed as National probable in the event of their likings. A stipend of Rs.1200/- per month along with facilities like free boarding, lodging, medical service and sports kids are provided to each of them.
Provision for various awards like:
(i). Biju Pattanayak bravery award
(ii).Sports scholarships for College & School students.
(iii).Sports pension to Old Veteran Sports person.
(iv).Incentive awards for Sports persons.
v).Ekalabya award for best achievement in sports are available for talented sports persons of the state.
Under this scheme the inter-state exchange of cultural programme for the Youth (Students and as well as non-students).
Such programme is being organized in our state for last 10-12 years.
Under this programme the Youth of the state get scope to display their reach cultural heritage of Orissa in the National level competitions. The troop representing the state member from consists of participants from all the District of Orissa in the age group of 15 to 35 years.
STATE LEVEL ADVENTURE PROGRAMME:
This is equally an old programme organized in our state level., In which the participants in the age group of 15-35 yrs are included. Under this programme events like cycle rally, mountaineering. Swimming, coastal tracking, cross country etc were organized in the post. In such events participants from tribal area also participated.
The state Govt. provides necessary grants for infrastructural development like District and Sub-divisional head quarters, (2) Gymnasium cum indoor halls at District head quarters (3) play fields at block level and G.P. level and (4) Equipments to educational institutions.
The state Govt. shall also provide Govt. land free of cost to registered as well as recognized district level and state level sports associations for development stadium and other facilities.
The state Govt. also provides funds to all the Districts (sports associations) for promotion of sports and games for further participation
DISTRICT PANCHAYAT OFFICE
(1) A brief statement Regarding the Concerned service:
The District Panchayat Office, Angul is functioning from 1.4.1993 after bifurcation from the mother district, Dhenkanal. The office is situated in the Collectorate premises under the administrative control of District Collector, Angul. The District Panchayat Officer is head of the office. The office is functioning in a separate building constructed out of special donation fund of all the Gram Panchayats of Angul District. The D.P.O. is looking after the functioning of 209 G.Ps. existing within 8 Blocks.
(2) Public interface of the concerned service to be addressed (i.e. the application fee, stamp duty, etc.)
The general voters of rural areas are electing their Ward Members, Sarpanches, P.S. Members and Z.P. Members directly exercising their franchise. The Chairman is elected by the P.S. Members. The present position is as follows.
The public representative like Chairman, Sarpanch, P.S. Member, Word Member may contact with the Dist. Panchayat Office, Angul for any hurdles faced at G.P. level on functioning with application for redressal.
The G.Ps. of different Blocks are also playing vital role for holding of Pallisabha / Gramsabha twice in a year for implementation/ Selection of beneficiaries under various schemes like :-
1. O.A.P./ N.O.P. / O.D.P
3. Selection of V.L.L.
4. Selection of Projects under SGRY (G.P., Block, Z.P. share)
6. SGRY (Finance) / SHG
7. P.M.R.Y (GA)
(3) Commitment of standards (Time frame, Quality of Service, etc)
The District Office is to receive any complain on wrong activities of Sarpanch in expenditure of the G.P. fund, execution of developmental works and maintenance of G.P. assets.
The Dist. Panchayat Officer is taking steps to establish transparency in expenditures on various schemes being implemented through G.Ps.
Field staff are also being deployed by the panchayati Raj department at Sub-Divisional & Block level to look after function of G.Ps. Details as follows.
S.D.P.O. --- 4
G.P.E.O. --- 8
Executive Officer --- 209
G.P. secretary --- 128
(4) The Information & Facilitation Centre :- (to keep the Clint informed)
The public representatives and general publics may contact with the D.P.O. for any information of G.P. affairs and its redressal during office hour.
(5) If thing go wrong, whom to contact, what to expect to set it right, whom to complain, remedies available etc.
If thing go wrong, or the complainers are unsatisfied with the service of Dist. Administration they may complain before :
The Commissioner, P.R. Deptt. Orissa Bhubaneswar & The Director, P.R. deptt. Orissa, Bhubaneswar
(6) Feed back of clients / General public.
The district administration is receiving complains of difficulties faced by public on functioning of G.P , through objections by writing.
The Public Grievance Cell is functioning in the District Headquarter to look after the public grievance of the District. This cell factions in every Saturday to hear the public grievance and take action on their petitions. The Collector hears the grievance petitions and directs necessary appropriate action in the grievances. In the absence of the Collector, the A.D.M. Angul looks after the cell.
Besides these, the petitions of people addressed to the Hon’ble Governor, Chief Minister, Minister/M.L.A. and other dignitaries relating to our District are also attended to for necessary enquiry through this cell
This section is also looks after the organization of “Jan Samparka Sibir” in the interior pockets, every month where the Collector and other District level officers/ Sub-Divisional and Block level Officers attend, hear and redress the Grievances of the petition of the General public at their own places.
Similar type of P.G.Cells are also organized in the Sub-Collector’s Office/ Tahasil Office and Block Office on each Saturday to hear the grievances of the general public. This brings the administration in close contact with the general public which helps in better administration in the District.
23. DIST SUB REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
1. This office primarily deals with different types of registration under Indian Registration Act, 1905. Registration of all documents is governed under the Indian Registration Act, 1905 & the Indian Stamp Act, 1989.
2. The Registration of
documents is classified into 2 parts.
Compulsory Registration :- (Section – 17)
2) Optional Registration :- (Section – 18) Other miscellaneous document like Will, Adoption, Bond, Surety Bond, Trust, Power of attorney, Partnership.
3. The Registration Office has 4 books, Namely Book-I, Book-II, Book-III, & Book-IV.
Book-I Registration Regarding Lands.
Book-II Refusal to Registration.
Book-IV All other miscellaneous documents as to optional registration except “Will”.
In addition to these Books, there is another Book Called Book “V” which is kept in “Sealed Cover Will” in district Office.
4. Revenue of Registration:-
1. Stamp duty on documents as per stamp schedule.
2. Regn. Fee as per Fee Table.
Chargeability of Stamp Duty :-
1. Sale, Gift, Exchange - Stamp Duty @ 8% of consideration money. Beside the above, 3% stamp duty has been charged on document coming under O.D.A. Act.
2. Adoption - Rs. 250/-
2. Power of Attorney - Rs. 100/-
4. Special Power of Attorney - Rs. 50/-
There is also provision of Franking Machine for sale of non-judicial stamps. Chargeability of Fees :-
1. Sale, Gift, Exchange - 2% at advermal rate
2. Adoption - Rs. 300/-
3. Power of Attorney - Rs. 250/-
4. Will - Rs. 300/-
Besides the above fees, fees is also charged for document, search fees & copy fees are also realized.
For marriage & objection petition fees are also charged as per the following.
1. Filing of marriage notice under Special Marriage Act, 1974 Rs. 20/-
2. Solemnization/Registration of marriage Rs. 50/-
3. Marriage Certificate Rs. 30/-
4. Petition Rs. 5/-