DETAILS OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT 2005 for the year 2015-16

Health & Family Welfare Department, Government of Mizoram

4.(I)(b(i) the particulars of its organization, functions and duties.

Health & Family Welfare Department is one of the oldest Departments in Mizoram. In the year 1894, a treatment camp in a tent was started at Aizawl for laborers (coolies), which was later upgraded into a full-fledged dispensary in 1896. Subsequently, in 1896 Aizawl Hospital was made functional with 20 beds and Champhai Dispensary with 8 beds. Later on, 8 more dispensaries with 6 beds facilities were opened at Kolasib, Sairang, Lunglei, Champhai, N.Vanlaiphai, Sialsuk, Tlabung, Vahai and Tuipang in 1920. In 1947 at the time of Independence, there was 36 bedded hospital at Aizawl and Lunglei. Public health sector, which had a humble beginning, had now reached the status of full-fledged department i.e. Health & Family Welfare Department with two Directorate, one State Hospital and other 12 Hospitals, 12 CHCs, 8 UPHC, 57 PHCs, 69 Main Centre, 372 Sub Centres, Sub-Centre Clinics 152 and 2 Nursing School and 1(one) Health worker training school. Lists of Hospital, CHC, PHC, Sub Centre etc. may be seen at Department’s Website (https://health.mizoram.gov.in)

Function of the Department is to monitor and evaluate the health services, assess the health care facilities and centres, allocate resources, measure the objectives and targets of programmes as well as to overview the developments under the Deptt., database support is given priority. Health & Family Welfare Department has been making every efforts to make broad based date available to achieve the objectives of various programmes. It aims not only to provide information on diseases, health indicators, infrastructure facilities etc., but also the position and achievement of various health programme that are implemented by the Department in the State.

4.(I)(b)(ii) the powers and duties of its officers and employees.

The Government of Mizoram (Transaction of Business) Rules, 1987 seeks to define the authority, responsibility and obligations of each Department in the matter of disposal of business allotted to it. While providing that the business allotted to Health &Family Welfare Department will be disposed of by or under the direction of the Minister of Health &Family Welfare Department. Health &Family Welfare Department is responsible for implementation of policies of the Govt. in relation to business allocated to it and also for the execution and review of those policies. A Department is headed by Principal Secretary/Secretary Health & Family Welfare Department Government of Mizoram who is the administrative head of the Department and also principal adviser of the Minister Health & Family Welfare Department on all matters of 2 policy and administration within the Department. The Principal Secretary./Secretary. Health & Family Welfare Department is assisted by Joint Secretary, Deputy Secretary, 2(two) Under Secretary, 2(two) Superintendent, 6(six) Assistant Grade, 4 UDC and 4 LDC. For execution of the policies of the Health & Family Welfare Department there is 2(two) Directorate namely; Directorate of Health Services and Directorate of Hospital & Medical Education. The two Directorate is headed by Principal Director. The two Directors is headed by Director assisted by , Joint Directors, Deputy Director, Programme Officers, Sr.E.E., Assistant Director, Superintendent, FAO, Research Officer and other clerical staff at the lower level. Organization chart of the Department may be seen at Appendix II & III.

The Directorate provides executive direction required in the implementation of the policies laid down by Health & Family Welfare Department. It also serves as repository of technical information and advises the Department on technical aspects dealt by the Department. The Directorate has a field establishment like District Level Offices headed by Chief Medical Officer. CMO assist the Department in executing health care programme in their respective district. In each district there are field establishment like Community Health Centre (CHC), Public Health Centre (PHC) and Sub Centre (SC).

4.(I)(b)(iii) the procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability.

The Government of Mizoram (Transaction of Business) Rules, 1987 provides that the business allotted to a Health & Family Welfare Department will be disposed of by, or under the direction of the Minister Health & Family Welfare Department. Principal Secretary/Secretary Health & Family Welfare Department is the administrative head of the Department and also principal adviser of the Minister on all matters of policy and administration within the Deptt. As and when Health & Family Welfare Administrative Department is required to make decision, dealing assistant examines, collects information, points out mistakes, mis-statements, missing data or information, draws attention where necessary to the statutory or customary procedure and points out the rational law and rules in his note and submits the case to the Superintendent. The Superintendent scrutinizes the note of the dealing hand. Record, where necessary, a note setting out his/her own comments or suggestion and submitsthe case to the Under Secy. who after thorough examination makes comments or suggestion and submits the case to Deputy Secy. Same process goes on till the case reaches the Minister H&FW Deptt. who takes final decision or refers the case to the Chief Minister , Government of Mizoram.

At the directorate level also dealing assistant examines, collects information, points out mistakes, mis-statements, missing data or information, draws attention where necessary to the statutory or customary procedure and points out the rational law and rules in his note and submits the case to the Superintendent. The Superintendent scrutinizes the note of the dealing hand, record, where necessary, a note setting out his/her own comments or suggestion and distributes the cases to respective Programme Officers/Deputy Director (Administration). The Deputy Director (Administration)/P.O. after thorough examination record, where necessary, a note setting out his /her own comments or suggests measure for making decision, after which the case is submitted to Joint Director concerned. After noting his comment/suggestion, if any, the Joint Director submits the case to the Director for decision. The cases, which are pertaining to policy or action, required to be taken by the Department or where consultation of the Department at the Govt. level is necessary. The Directorate further submits the case to the Administrative Department for decision.

At the Administrative level, Principal Secretary/Secretary Health & Family Welfare Department is accountable for all omission and commission pertaining to the Department.

At the Directorate level, respective Directors are accountable for all omissions and commission pertaining to the Directorate.

4.(I)(b)(iv) the norms set by it for the discharge of its functions.

The Department abides by the Govt. of Mizoram (Transaction of Business) Rules,1987 and the Govt. of Mizoram (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1987 for the discharge of its function. The Central Secretariat Manual of Office Procedure, issued by Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension, Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances as has been reproduced by the Government of Mizoram is strictly followed by the Department.

1. In general as per Manual of Office Procedure, no Official shall keep a case pending with him

or her for more than seven working days unless higher limits have been prescribed for specific type of cases through departmental instructions.

2. As per the Manual of Office Procedure (Para 57-61), communications received from a Member of Parliament/Member of Legislative Assembly will be replied within 15 days.

3. In respect of Parliament/Assembly Questions, Assurances etc. time limit has been prescribed in the Manual of Parliamentary/Assembly Procedure.

4. In respect of court cases time limit stipulated in the limitation Act is followed unless a different time limit has been prescribed under the respective Acts.

4(I)(b)(v) the rules, regulation, instruction, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employee for discharging its function.

The rules, regulation and instruction issued by GOM from time to time are; The Government of Mizoram (Transaction of Business) Rules, 1987, The Government of Mizoram (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1987 and the Manual of Office Procedure are held or under the control of the Department or used by the employee of Health & Family Welfare Department for discharging its function.

4(I)(b)(vi) a statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control. A statement of the categories of documents that are held by the Department are classified as Class „A., „B. and „C..

(a) Class „A. are documents which qualify for permanent preservation for administrative purposes comprises such documents, which are so precious that its original must be preserved intact, and access to it in the original form, material likely to be required for frequent references by the Deptt. and which are of historical importance to the Deptt. like Notification Rules, Regulation, Govt. Gazette, Recruitment Rules, Annual Confidential Reports of each employees, Health Sector Programmes and major policy, Parliament and Assembly questions etc. These documents are retained for 10 years or more.

(b) Class „B. are documents which are required for permanent preservation for administrative purposes, but not as important as class „A. documents, like claim for compensation, schemes, orders, sanctions issued by the Deptt. , paper regarding constitution of committees, working group, paper concerning rules, regulations, departmental guides or instruction of general application. These documents are retained for 10 years or more.

(c) Class „C. are those documents of secondary importance and having reference value for a limited period not exceeding 10 years, like leave application, leave order, T.A. bill, copies of miscellaneous circular, office memorandum, order of general application, telephone list, notices of holidays, tour programmes etc. In respect of various hospitals, Case History sheet is retained for 10 years, OPD folder for 5 years and Post mortem report for more than 10 years. Post mortem report is considered to be classified item as such, the report cannot be disclosed to the public without the authority of I Class Magistrate.

4.(I)(b)(vii) the particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof;

Arrangement made by the Department for consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof is introduction of Complain Box/Suggestion Box placed at the Directorate, Hospital and other Health Centres which are attended by the Director in respect of Directorate, Medical Superintendent in respect of District Hospitals, CMO respectively. For public general information citizen charter has been drawn-up and pasted at every Hospitals and Health Centres.

4.(I)(b)(viii) a statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public;

At the Administrative level a State Public Information Officer (SPIO) has been appointed who will be responsible to deal with the public as a whole. SPIO will be the sole authority who will represent the Health & Family Welfare Department and will disclose any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circular order, data etc. which can be accessible to the public as provided by RTI Act 2005.

At the Directorate level also, 2 (two) State Public Information Officer (SPIO) has been appointed, one for each Directorate who will be responsible to deal with the public as a whole. SPIO will be the sole authority who will represent the Health & Family Welfare Department and will disclose any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circular order, data etc. which can be accessible to the public as provided by RTI Act 2005.

At the Hospital & District level State Assistant Public Information Officer (SAPIO) for each hospitals and districts has been appointed who will be responsible to deal with the public as a whole. SAPIO will be the sole authority who will represent the Health & Family Welfare Department and will disclose any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circular order, data etc. which can be accessible to the public as provided by RTI Act 2005.

4.(I)(b)(ix) directory of its officers :

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY UNDER HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT

S/N

Name

Designation

Office

Mob. No.


S/N

Name

Designation

Office

Mob. No.

MINISTER'SOFFICE : NEW SECRETARIAT COMLEX - Code No. 0389


DIRECTORATEOFHOSPITAL&MEDICALEDUCATION

1

Lal Thanzara

Minister

2344087



1

Dr. K.Lalbiakzuala

Director

2326069

9436140696

Fax

2305780



Fax

2315211

2

David Lalthanngura

PS to Minister

2344087



2

Dr. T.Lalhmangaihi

Jt. Dir, HME

2301953

9436140528






3

Dr.K.Kchhetri

Jt. Dir, HME

2316325


SECRATERIAT : NEW SECRETARIAT COMPLEX


4

Dr. Vanlalhuma Sailo

PO (Oral Health)

2314302

9436141006

1

Lalrinliana Fanai

Secretary.

2323224



5

Dr. Zonunsiama

Dy. Dir, HME

2310476

9436151903

2

Lalringa Sailo

Joint Secy.

2336032

9436193418


6

Dr. Eric Zomawia

Dy. Dir, HME

2301951

9436140807

3

R.Lalchhanhima

Dy. Secretary

2336031



7

Pi Lalthlamuani

Dy.Dir.(Adm.)

2328389

9436195056

4

Lalsangpuii Hmar

Under Secy.

2336019



8

Dr.Robert Khawlhring

SNO, Mental

2311476

9436151430

5

Lalthansangi

Under Secy.

2336030



9

K. Lalthlamuana

R.O

2310649

9436197735







10

Ramchullovi

Supdt.

2312288

9774403739







11

Lianzawna

FAO

2328472

9436152693

Secretariat EPABX -2336644 - 63



CIVILHOSPITAL : AIZAWL


DIRECTORATE OF HEALTH SERVICES : DINTHAR : Code 0389


1

Dr.K.L.Remsanga

Med. Supdt.

2323236

9436141108

1

Dr. K. Ropari

Principal Director

2313721

9436142059




Fax

2310715




2


Addl.Med. Supdt.

2323281


2

Dr. Rohmingthanga Ralte

Director

2323452

9436142303


3

Lalchhanhimi

Prin. Nrg.Col.

2324629


Fax

2320169



4

Lalremmawii

Nrsng.Supdt.

2318684


3

Dr. F.Lallianhlira

Jt.Dir. (P)

2328062

9436147375


5


Casualty Officer

2322318


4

Dr. C. Zarzoliana

Jt.Dir. (Mal.)

2328061

9436152842







5

Dr.H.Lalchungnunga

Jt.Dir (FW)

2328045

9436140208


MIZORAMSTATEHEALTHCARESOCIETY : DINTHAR

6

Lalremliana

Jt.Dir. (Accts.)

2318719

9436140330


1

Dr. Biakthansangi

CEO

2321484

9436198460

7

Lalbiaksangi

Jt.Dir. (Nrsng.)

2329194

9436141987


2


Dy. CEO

2310842

9436152356

8

Lalsawma Pachuau

Jt. Dir (F & D)

2313694

9436152192







9

Dr.Lalremmawii

Dy.Dir.(Bln)

2324719

9868220014


HEALTH WORKER TRAINING SCHOOL/PPU : KULIKAWN

10

Dr. Lalramliana

Dy.Dir. (Gen.)

2317389

9436158041


1

Dr.V.Lalhmingliani

Pr.Med.Officer

2325925

9436141214

11

Dr. Vanlalfela

STO

2314326

9436144061


2

Dr. Lalhmuchhuaka

Dy. Med Supdt

2324130

9436140724

12

Dr. Chawngthanchhunga

S.L.O.

2300266

9436147022


MIZORAM STATE AIDS CONTROL SOCIETY : MISSION VENG

13

Dr. Vanlalsawma

Dy. Dir (FW)/RCH

2324697

9612163120


1

Dr. Lalmalsawmi Sailo

Proj. Director

2321556

9436140807

14

Dr. Hmingthanmawii

Dy. Dir. (Mal.)

2319596

9868220014


Fax

2320992

15

Dr. Zothankhuma

SMO (Leposy)

2328002

9436141312


2

Dr.Malsawmtluangi

Dy. Proj. Dir.

2315452

9436140927

16

Dr. Lalthlengliani

SNO (Adolescent)

2316760

9436142265


3

Dr. Sangzuala

Dy. Proj. Dir.


9612120772

17

Dr. Pachuau Lalmalsawma

P.O. (IDSP)

2300187

9436195535


R I P A N S : ZEMABAWK

18

Dr. Lalzawmi

P.O (EPI)

2320527

9436142186


1

Dr. Chawngthanliana

Director

2350521

Fax-2351130

19

Dr. C. Lallunghnema

Dy. Dir.(AYUSH)

2336837

9436141006


2

Lalthianghlimi Zote

FAO

2350522


20

Dr. T.C. Hmingthangi

SNO(Trg.)

2310153

9436350524



OTHERS

21

K.Rosangzuali

Asst. Dir. (N)

2318472

9862363238


1

Mizoram Nursing Council

2323678


22

Vanlalzuala

Sr. Ex. Engnr.

2318795

9862770017


2

Mizoram Nursing School Lunglei


0372-2325073


23

Lalnunvula

Dy.Dir. (Admn.)

2322284

9863370699


3

Central Vaccine Depot

2318764


24

Thandingliani

Dy.Dir(Nrsng)

2313516

9436157499


4

Cobalt Therapy Unit, Zemabawk

2350093


25

F.Lalliantluanga

Dy. Dir (F & D)


9862860267


5

Med. Supdt., JN Hosp, Serchhip

03838226184


26

Lalsandama

Dy. Dir (F & D)


8731915123


6

Med. Supdt. Dist. Hospital, Saiha

03835222006


27

Laldinpuii

Asstt. Dir (F & D)


9436147363


7

Med. Supdt., Dist. Hosp, Lunglei

03722325071


28

Lalmuankima

S.M.E.M.O.

2322498

9436147293


8

Med. Supdt., Dist. Hosp, Lawngtlai

03835233566


29

Zothanmawii

R.O

2325340

9862374562


9

Med. Supdt., Dist. Hosp, Champhai

03831234926


30

Rochhingpuii

Supdt.

2301770

9436197707


10

Med. Supdt., Dist. Hospital, Mamit

2565655


NATIONAL HEALTH MISSION : DINTHAR


11

Med. Supdt., Dist.Hosp, Kolasib

03837221930


1

Dr.

MD (NHM)

2324662

9436140696


SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICERS



Fax

2300189



1

Dr. Lalhlunpuii

DTO Serchhip

9862640788


2

Dr. Lalthantluanga

SPM, NHM

2328696

9436141501


2

Dr.R.K.Thangchhunga

DTO Lunglei

9436147337


3

Dr.R. Lalchhuanawma

N.O(M&E), NHM

2301155

9862787705


3

Dr. Saithanliana

DFWO, Lunglei

9862686798


CENTRAL MEDICAL STORES : ZEMABAWK


4

Dr. L.P.Malsawma

SMO, Tlabung

9436157669


1

Dr. Lalduhawma

DY. Dir. (CMS)

2351067

9862363454


5

Dr. Thani Pachuau

DTO (A)

9436152102


CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICERS


6


DIO (AE)

9436147022


S/N

Name

District

Office

Mob. No.


7

Dr. Lalthanpuii

DIO (AW)

9436155823


1

Dr. R. Lalthanga

Aizawl 'W'

2317473

9862304511


8

Dr. Lalthlamuana

SMO Chawngte

9436370550


2

Dr. Lalzepuii

Aizawl 'E'

2341819

9485140333


9

Dr. Zothanpari

DTO Lawngtlai

9436379301


3

Dr. Laldawngliana Sailo

Serchhip

03838222334

9436146398


10

Dr. C. Hnichho

DTO Saiha

9436149663


4

Dr. VLMS Dawngliana

Lunglei

O3722324743

9436141058


11

Dr.R.K.Lalthlamuana

DTO Kolasib

9862701062


5

Dr.HC Thangkima

Lawngtlai

O3835232515

9485140640


12

Dr.Lalparliani

SMO Lunglei

9863387179


6

Dr. H.T Phosa

Saiha

O3835222059

9862164351


Mizoram Tobacco Control Society & Referal Hospital, Falkawn

7

Dr.C.Zirliana

Champhai

O3831234493

9436156742


1

Dr. Jane R. Ralte

Dy. Med Supdt

2306718

9436141314

8

Dr. Lalhlimpuia

Kolasib

O3837220046

9436143505


MIZORAM STATE CANCER INSTITUTE, ZEMABAWK

9

Dr. L.C. Liana

Mamit

2565394

9436147956


1

Dr. Thangchungnunga

Director

2351887

9436140385



Mizoram Government Doctor Association : 0389-2301715



4.(I)(b)(x) the monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations;

Scale of pay of officers and staff under Directorate of Health Services and Directorate of Hospital and Medical Education is as 6th Pay given below:-







S/N

NAME OF POST

PAY SCALE



1

Principal Director

PB 4-37400-67000+ GP 9500


2

Director (HS)

PB 4-37400-67000+ GP 8900


3

Director (HME)

PB 4-37400-67000+ GP 8900


4

Joint Director (Acct)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


5

Joint Director (P), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


6

Joint Director (M), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


7

Joint Director (FW), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


8

Joint Director (P), HME

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


9

Joint Director (E), HME

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


10

Joint Director (F&D) HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


11

Joint Director (N)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


12

Medical Supdt.

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


13

Consultant

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


14

Principal, Nursing College

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


15

Principal Medical Officer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7600


16

Dy. Medical Supdt.

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


17

Sr.Spl. Gyneacologist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


18

Sr.Spl. Surgeon

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


19

Sr. Spl. Psychiatrist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


20

Sr.Spl. ENT

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


21

Sr.Spl. Pathologist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


22

Sr.Spl. Ortho

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


23

Sr.Spl. Aneasthetist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


24

Sr.Spl. Paedatrician

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


25

Sr.Spl. Dermatologist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


26

Sr.Spl. Cardiologist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


27

Sr.Spl. Physician

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


28

Sr. Eye Specislist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


29

Dy. Director (Gen), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


30

Dy. Director (CMS), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


31

Dy. Director (M), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


32

Dy. Director (FW), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


33

Dy. Director (Bld), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


34

SLO

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


35

Dy. Director (DDO, NO) HME

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


36

CMO

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


37

District Medical Supdt.

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 7100


38

Sr. Dental Surgeon

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


39

Dy. Director (Adm), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


40

Dy. Director (Adm), HME

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


41

Dy. Director (Nursing)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


42

Asst. Director (SH, EPI), HS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


43

District Leprosy Officer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


44

DIO

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


45

DFWMO

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


46

Dy. Director (F&D)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


47

SMO

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


48

Sr. MO (Lep)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


49

Executive Engineer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


50

District TB officer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


51

Public Analyst

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


52

Sr. Lecturer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


53

District Laboratory Officer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


54

Spl. Gynea

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


55

Spl. Aneasthetist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


56

Spl. Radiology

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


57

Spl. Physician

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


58

Spl. Surgery

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


59

Spl. ENT

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


60

Spl. Cyto Pathologist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


61

Spl. MCW

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


62

Spl. Pathology

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


63

Spl. Paedatrician

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


64

Spl. Microbilogy

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


65

Spl. Clinical

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


66

Senior Casualty Officer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


67

Spl. Non Clinical (PHC)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


68

Spl. Radiotherapist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


69

Spl. Psychiatrist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


70

Spl. Ortho

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


71

Spl. Eye

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


72

Spl. Medicine

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


73

Spl. Blood Bank

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


74

Clinical Psychologist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6600


75

Sr. Medical Record officer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 6100


76

Medical Officer

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


77

M.O (Medicine)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


78

M.O (Surgery)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


79

M.O (Obs & Gynae)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


80

M.O (Paediatrics)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


81

M.O (Orthopaedics)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


82

M.O (ENT)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


83

M.O (Eye)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


84

Blood Bank (Emergency)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


85

Casualty Officer (MO)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


86

Blood Bank officer (MO)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


87

Medical Officer(AYUSH)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


88

BHMS

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


89

Dental Surgeon

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


90

SMEMO

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


91

FAO (DHME)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


92

HEO

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


93

Lecturer Nursing College

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


94

Supt. (DHS & DHME)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


95

RO (DHS & DHME)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


96

Asst. Director (Nursing)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


97

Nursing Supdt.

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


98

Cyto Technologist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


99

Asst. Director (F&D)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


100

Spl. Officer Malaria

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


101

Asst. Engineer (Con)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


102

Entomologist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


103

Medical Physicist

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


104

PNO (HW Trg)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


105

Principal
School of Nursing (LLi)

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


106

MRO

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


107

Social Science Instructor

PB 3-15600-39100+ GP 5400


108

Officer i/c Cold Chain

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


109

Tutor

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


110

PHNO

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


111

District Nursing Supdt.

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


112

Supdt. Pharmacist

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


113

Ward Supdt.

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


114

CHO

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


115

Rehabilitation Asst.

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


116

X-Ray Technologist Re-designated as Chief X-Ray Technician

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


117

Physiotherapy
Technologist (Con)

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


118

Audiologist & Speech
Therapist (Con)

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


119

DEMO

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


120

Mass Education Officer

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


121

Sanitary Inspector

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


122

Technical Officer (Goitre)

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


123

Eye Bank Counsellor

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


124

Sr.Lab Tech

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


125

Sr. X-Ray Tech

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


126

Dy. MRO

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4600


127

Occupational Therapist

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


128

Assistant

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


129

Assistant/Accountant

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


130

Head Pharmacist

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


131

I.S.

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


132

Head Assistant

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


133

Junior Scientific officer

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


134

Hostel Warden

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


135

OT Nurse

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


136

Staff Nurse

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


137

Steno Grade-II

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


138

J.E.

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


139

Linen Keeper

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


140

Physiotherapist

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


141

Computer Operator

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


142

Librarian

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


143

Radiotherapy Technologist

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


144

Technical Asst

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


145

Dy. DEMO

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


146

Public Health Nurse (PHN)

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


147

Trained Social Worker

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


148

Psychiatrict Nurse (Co-ter)

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


149

Dietician

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


150

Dialysis Technologist

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4400


151

Sr.Non Medical Supervisor

PB 3-9300-34800+ GP 4400


152

Prosthetist/Orthotist
Supervisor Grade-II

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


153

TB Health Visitor

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


154

Cyto Technician

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


155

BEE/Extension Educator

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


156

Asst. Malaria Officer

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


157

Food Inspector

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


158

Receptionist

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


159

Pharmacist

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


160

Health Supervisor (M)

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


161

Health Supervisor (F)

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


162

UDC

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


163

Treatment Organiser

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


164

Steno Grade-III

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


165

AC Technician

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


166

Sr. Health Educator

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


167

Health Educator

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


168

Extention Educator

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


169

Family Planning Extension Educator

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


170

CT Scan Tech., MSCSS

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


171

Asst. Editor

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


172

Lab Tech

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


173

X-Ray Tech

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


174

District Supervisor

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


175

MRT

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


176

Ophthalmic Asst

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


177

Stats. Investigator

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


178

Stat. Assistant

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


179

Non Medical Supervisor

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


180

Sr. PMW

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


181

SIS

PB 2-9300-34800+ GP 4200


182

Radiographer

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


183

Accupuncturist

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


184

Phy. Technician

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


185

LHV

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


186

Artist cum Photographer

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


187

CSSD Technician

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


188

Psychological Social
Worker

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


189

H/W (M)

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


190

H/W (F)

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


191

Prosthetist/Orthotist
Supervisor Grade-III

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


192

ECG Tech

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


193

Electrician

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


194

BCG Team Leader

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


195

Para Medical Asst.

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


196

Senior Malaria Inspector

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


197

Mal. Inspector

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


198

Data Entry Operator (DEO)

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


199

Eye Bank Technician

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


200

PMW

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


201

Projectionist

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


202

Multipurpose Rehab Asst.

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


203

Steno Typist

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


204

Generator Operator

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2800


205

Magic Latern Operator
(Mech II)

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


206

LDC

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


207

Motor Mechanic

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


208

Surgical Boot Maker

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


209

Telephone Operator

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


210

Microscopist

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


211

Lab Asst.

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


212

Mal. Mechanic II

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


213

Frigde Mechanic (Co-ter)

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


214

Statistician cum Clerk

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


215

Carpenter

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


216

Head Cook

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


217

Record Keeper/Clerk (Con)

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


218

Enforcement Assistant

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 2400


219

Driver

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 1900


221

Duftry

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 1900


220

Despatch Rider

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 1900


222

Lab Attendant

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 1800


223

Vaccinator

PB 1-5200-20200+ GP 1800


224

Sweeper

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


225

Chowkider

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


226

Peon

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


227

IV Grade

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


228

Dark Room Asst.

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


229

Group D CSCCS

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


230

Barber

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


231

Tailor

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


232

FA

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


233

Ward Boy

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


234

Cook

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


235

Mali

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


236

Bhisty

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


237

Packer

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


238

X-Ray Attendant

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


239

Vaccine Attendant

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


240

Bearer cum Cook

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


241

Van Cleaner

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


242

OT Assistant

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


243

Attendant (M&F)

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


244

Nursing Orderly

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


245

Safai Karamchari

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


246

OT Attendant

IS-4440-7440-GP 1650


247

Voluntary Worker

200/- pm


4.(I) (b)(xii) the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes;

Government of Mizoram

Health & Family Welfare Department

Dated Aizawl the 4 th June 1997

Notification

No.G.11012/7/93-HFW dt. 4 June.97 stated that whereas the State Government is of the opinion to make set of rules for granting financial assistance in the form of Grant-in –Aid to a person having no employment under the Government, Public Sector undertaking or under any local bodies may qualify to receive the grand suffering from fell disease as specified below, the Governor of Mizoram is pleased to make the following rules namely:

1. Short Titlement and Commencement:

These rules may be called the Mizoram Health & Family Welfare (Grant-in-Aid to indigent Schedule Tribes and Scheduled Castes patients suffering from fell diseases) Rules 1997.

They shall come into force with effect from the date of its publication in the Mizoram Gazette.

2. Definitions: In these rules, unless the context other wise requires: “Department” means the Health & Family Welfare Department. “Director” means the Director of Health Services, Mizoram. “Fell disease. means Chronic, debilating illness such as Tuberculosis, Cancer, Leprosy, Chronic Heart Disease, Chronic Lung Disease, Monoplague, Homoplague, Quadriplague, Paraplague, Mental Cases, Amputae (excluding fingers and toes), Blindness and other serious illness duly certified as such by Medical Examination Board from time to time.

3. Eligibility: Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes persons permanently residing within the State of Mizoram none of whose family members are Government employees and whose family income from all sources do not exceed Rs.2000/- per month and suffering from fell diseases are eligible to receive the grant.

4. Authenticity and mode of applying: The application shall be forwarded by Medical Officer i/c of the locality. The authenticity of the residence of the person shall have to be certified by the Village Council President and Block Development Officer concerned and the Medical Board shall examine the patient and issue certificate according to.

5. Mode of payment of the Grant-in-Aid: The grant-in-aid shall be given in cash or by means of Bank Draft. The grant-in-aid shall be made subject to the availability of found and cannot be claimed as a matter of right.

6. Rate per head: The amount of grant-in-aid shall be limited to actual cost of treatment and fare as per cheapest route available subject to the maximum of Rs.2500/- per head.

7. Sanctioning Authority: The Government shall be the sanctioning authority of the grant-in- aid. On the recommendation of the Medical Boards, the Director of the concerned Medical Officer having the powers of the drawing & disbursing shall draw the grant-in-aid and disburse it to the applicant.

8. Maintaining of Account: Proper accounts will be maintained by the Director or the District Chief Medical Officer and shall maintain the following documents in this regard namely:

A suitable register of sanction where relevant information shall be entered. A receipt (in suitable proforma) from the person/patient receiving the said grant with full name and address. A register in which full details relating to payment including voucher number and date along with the Bank Draft number and date. This supercedes this Department.s Notification of even No. Dated 10.6.96.

Sd/- T.SANGKUNGA

Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of Mizoram

Memo No.G.11012/7/93/HFWDated Aizawl the 4 June.97

Copy to:

1. P.S. to Governor, Mizoram.

2. P.S. to the Chief Minister, Mizoram.

3. P.S. to all Minister/Speaker/Deputy Speaker, Mizoram.

4.P.S. to Chief Secretary, Mizoram.

5.All Administrative Department.

6. All Head of Department.

7. Controller, Printing & Stationeries with 6 spare copies for publication in the Official Gazette (Extraordinary).

8.Director of Health Services, Mizoram.

9.Guard File.

Sd/- LALTHLAMUANA SAILO

Under Secretary to the Govt. of Mizoram

Health & Family Welfare Department

N.B : Application form for Grant-In-Aid at Appendix IV

MIZORAM STATE ILLNESS ASSISTANCE FUND (PROCEDURES FOR PROVIDING ASSISTANCE ETC.) REGULATIONS –1997

1. SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT

i) This regulation may be called the Mizoram State Illness Assistance Fund (Procedures for providing assistance etc.) regulations – 1997.

ii) It shall come into force with immediate effect.

2. DEFINITIONS

i) State Government means “The State Government of Mizoram”.

ii) State Illness Assistance Fund means the “Mizoram State Illness Assistance Fund” Registered under Societies Regulation Act , 1860.

iii) Poor means “The persons belonging to families below poverty line as per Planning Commission definition of rural poor and urban poor” as revised from time to time.

iv) National Illness Assistance Fund means the National Illness Assistance Fund constituted by the Central Government under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

v) Hospitals/Medical Institution means Hospitals/Medical Institutions as recognized by the SIAF/NIAE.

vi) “Registered Medical Practitioner” means person registered under Indian Medical Council Act ………………… and Dentist.s Act. 1948.

vii) Life threatening illness means the list of diseases/disorders as may be prescribed under these regulations and opinion of Registered Medical Officer incharge of Hospital/Govt. of Mizoram bedded institutions.

3. PERSONS ENTITLED TO GET ASSISTANCE

Persons below poverty line as per Rural Development Deptt. determination residing permanently in Mizoram State are entitled to get illness assistance subject to the following conditions.

(i) The assistance would be available in case of

(a) Specialized treatment for life threatening illness as may be prescribed.

(b) Treatment of injuries caused by industrial accidents, accidents occurring while handling agriculture machines and implements bomb blasting, natural calamities and injuries caused by militants and roads accidents except those covered under Insurance Scheme.

(c) Non-employee/Non-dependant on Govt. / Institution / Board / Organization.

(ii) The assistance would be provided to hospitalized patients in Hospital/Medical Institutions only recognized by Govt. of Mizoram and cover the part of treatment cost only.

(iii) The fare for air or railway journey (2nd Class) with one escort for patients going outside the State for treatment can be reimbursed subject to production of tickets/ proof of journeys and treatment of illness certified by the Head of Hospital / Medical Institutions.

(iv) The patient should be referred by the Standing Medical Board of the State in case of patients requiring treatment outside the State.

4. PROCEDURES FOR GETTING ASSISTANCE:

(i) The patient/legal guardian in case of minor or unconscious condition referred for treatment outside the State shall apply to the Member Secretary SIAF on recommendation by the State Medical Board for which payment of expenditure bill shall be operated by the Member Secretary, SIAF only. Those patient who apply for SIAF within the state including referred cases from other Hospital/Medical Institution for treatment to the concerned Hospital shall apply to the Board, SIAF constituted by Director of Health Services in the same Form „A. to the address mention below. Payment of expenditure in this case shall be operated by the concerned Board only within their area by issuing sanctioning order as an assistance under SIAF.

a. Medical Superintendent, Aizawl Civil Hospital, Chairman, Civil Hospital, Aizawl, SIAF Board.

b. Chief Medical Officer, Chairman, District SIAFBoard Aizawl East/Aizawl West/Lunglei/Chhimtuipui Districts.

c. SDM & HO Chairman, SIAF Board Kolasib/Champhai/Mamit/Serchhip/Tlabung Lawngtlai/Chawngte Sub-Divisions.

(ii) The application for assistance would be screened as regulations by SIAF and the assistance would be given to the patient/concerned medical institutions based on bills/documents of expenditure made for the purpose of treatment duly countersigned by the Head of the institutions/Hospital/attending Medical Officer.

(iii) The Member Secretary may give an undertaking to the concerned medical institutions that

part of the expenditure for treatment of a patient would be borne by Member secretary subject tp provision of Rules & Regulations of the SIAF.

5. RECOGNITION OF HOSPITAL/MEDICAL INSTITUTION

(i) All the bedded Institutions/Hospitals of the State.

(ii) All the Medical Institutions/Hospitals situated outside the State and recognized by the Central Govt. under C.S (M.A) Rules as may be amended from time to time.

(iii) Hospitals/Medical Institutions recognized by Govt. of Mizoram from time to time within and outside Mizoram.

6. AUTHORITIES TO REFER FOR SPECIALIZED TREATMENT OUTSIDE THE STATE AND WITHIN THE STATE

(i) The standing Medical Board of the State constituted by the State Government shall be the authority to decide as to the specialized treatment under this scheme outside the State.

(ii) In case of treatment within the State, a board constituted by the Director of Health Services.

  • Aizawl Civil Hospital:

Medical Superintendent -Chairman

One Senior Specialist-Member Secretary

One Senior Specialist (of respective discipline) - Member

Nursing Superintendent / Senior Staff Nurse - Member

YMA/MHIP -Member

II. Other District Hospital:

Chief Medical Officer -Chairman

SDM & HO - Member Secretary

Senior Most Health Officer (of respective Member

discipline)

Senior Most Nurse Staff -Member

YMA/MHIP -Member

II. Sub-Divisional:

SDM & HO -Chairman

Senior Medical Health Officer -Member Secretary

Medical Officer i/c PHC/CHC ( of respect)Member

discipline)

Senior Most Nursing Staff -Member

YMA/MHIP -Member

7. LIMITATION OF COST EXPENDITURE

(i) The expenditure incurred by the patient for the purpose of actual treatment, which involves cost of diagnosis, medicines, operation other than transportation and those which are given/made available free of cost in the institution, and essential for treatment.

(ii) The following quantum of assistance shall be provided.

Maximum

a) Sub-Division/CHC/PHC/SHC - NRs. 2,000.00/- per patient

b) District Hospital/Presbyterian Hospital - Rs. 3,000.00/- per patient

Durtlang/Baptist Hospital Serkawn

c) In State Hospitals - Rs. 5,000.00/- per patient

d) Outside the State - Rs. 1,50,000.00/- -do-

In case of treatment outside the State only airfare or 2 nd Class fare for the patient and one or

two escorts, would be provided and the patient/guardian would be responsible for adjustment

of assistance provided for traveling.

(iii) The fund would only be provided to the approved institutions as per their demand and subject to the conditions prescribed in regulation (2) and life threatening diseases below if they are refer outside Mizoram.

(a) Cancer

(b) Kidney Diseases

(c)Heart Diseases: Bypass Heart, Surgery Pace Maker, Valve Replacement, Intervention of Congestive Heart Disease,

(d) Brain and Spinal Cord Diseases.

(e) Any other diseases may be considered as life threatening diseases by the concerned Board.

(iv) Medical In-charge of the Hospitals will send the bills for reimbursement to Member Secretary SIAF or authorized officials by order.

(v) The Member Secretary of SIAF shall be competent to sanction expenditure foe treatment within the State, and with the approval of the Executive Committee of SIAF in case of treatment outside the State.

MAINTENANCE OF RECORD OF ASSISTANCE GIVEN

  • The Member Secretary of SIAF shall be responsible for maintenance of records of assistance provided to patients.

(ii) The State/District/Sub-Divisional Hospital authorities shall be responsible for maintenance of records of the beneficiaries separately. The Medical Superintendent Civil Hospitals, Aizawl shall maintain a separate register for the referred patients under the scheme.

(iii) The Member Secretary or any other person authorized by the SIAF shall verify, the records maintained in the State/District/Sub-Division Hospitals at least twice in a year, and other Hospitals/Institutions outside the State in case of complaint or doubt.

9. MISCELLANEOUS

In case of any complaint/dispute etc., the decision of the Governing Body of the SIAF shall be final.

No.23011/19/77-Ply

Government of India

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

(Department of Family Welfare)

New Delhi,

Dated the 20 th June 1977 , G.O. No. XI-3/77(9)

To,

All State Governments/UTs.

Subject: Family Welfare Programme – Pattern of Central assistance for payment of compensation for Sterilization (Tubectomy/Vasectomy) – Revision.

Sir,

1. I am directed to say that the existing pattern of Central assistance for payment of compensation money on parity basis depending on the number of living children of the acceptor has been under review for sometime. After careful consideration the Govt. of India have revised the existing rates of compensation for sterilization. The compensation money for IUD insertions remains at Rs.8/- per case and the earlier break-up has not been changed.

2. In supercession of the earlier orders on the subject communicated vide this Department.s letter No.N23011/12/76-Ply, dated 26 th April 1976, the Central assistance to State/UTs, Governments and other agencies for sterilization will now be Rs.100/- per case of vasectomy and Rs.120/- per case of Tubectomy. These amounts include the payment of cash compensation to the acceptor and expenditure for the provision of diet, drugs and dressings, transport and the amount for meeting miscellaneous expenses. The break-up of the compensation money is shown in the enclosed statement. It may be noticed that a provision of Rs.10/- and Rs.15/- has been made for meeting the expenditure on drugs and dressings per case of vasectomy and tubectomy respectively. Similarly, an amount of Rs.5/- per case of sterilization is provided for meeting transport expenses. Where free diet and free transport is not provided, the corresponding amounts may be paid to the acceptor alongwith the cash compensation of Rs.70/-.

3. A sum of Rs.10/- per case of sterilization (both vasectomy and tubectomy) should be credited to the Miscellaneous Purpose Fund (State share). A sum of Rs.70/- shall be paid to the acceptor (both male and female) as cash compensation. Hereafter, the Miscellaneous Purposes Fund will be exclusively maintained by the State Governments. Utilization of the amount available in the

Miscellaneous Purposes Fund (State share is left to the discretion of the State Government to allow them flexibility in operating the programme according to their local needs. An amount of 0.50p per case of sterilization and IUD should be credited to the EX-Gratia Fund as suggested in this Department.s letter No.N.23011/26/76-Ply dated 2.9.1976. The amounts available in the Ex-Gratia Fund should be utilized for meeting the expenditure on ex-gratia relief treatment of post-operation complications and expenditure on providing facilities for recanalization. The Miscellaneous Purposes Fund may also be ulitilized for meeting the expenditure on community awards, group incentives, organization of camps and special campaigns, purchase of surgical equipment and payment of incentives to motivators/doctors. The funds available in the Misc. Purpose Fund (State Share)/ Ex-Gratia Fund will lapse at the close of the financial year to the extent this remains unutilized. A separate account of the expenditure incurred out of this provision and the purposes for which the expenditure has been incurred should be sent to the Department of Family Welfare every quarter.

4. The revised rates of compensation of sterilization will be effective from 1 July 1977. In view of the uniform rate of compensation to the acceptor irrespective of the number of living children, a separate verification of the number of children at the time of cash disbursement will not be necessary. However, the State Government should collect details regarding the no. of living children of the acceptors and furnish the necessary quarterly report to the Department of Family

Welfare for statistical purposes. Such reports are required to be sent as per instructions conveyed by this Department.s letter No.V.19106/11/75-E&I dated 1.5.1976.

5. The State Governments should take immediate action to update the entries in the “Eligible Couples Register”. This will facilitate the medical and para-medical staff to contact the acceptors and to provide proper follow up services and thereby, minimized the scope for complications. The details of the procedure adopted by the State Governments for ensuring follow- up action may be communicated to the Department of Family Welfare in due course.

6. The allocations for the implementation of the Family Welfare Programme during 1977-78 have been communicated vide this Department.s letter No.M.12015/27/77-PB dated 28.5.1977 and the first quarterly installment to meet the expenditure during the period April – June 1977, has been pleased vide this Department.s letter No.M.12015/27/77-PB dated 27.5.1977. Central assistance for meeting the expenditure on compensation for sterilization will be provided at the existing rates communicated vide this Department.s letter No.N.23011/12/76-Ply dated 26th April 1976 for the period 1st April 1977-30 th June 1977. Central assistance for sterilization from 1 st July 1977 onwards will be provided to the States/UTs Governments and other agencies at the rates indicated in this letter.

7. This letter issues with the concurrence of the Ministry of Finance at the Financial Adviser, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, vide his DY No.2867/SE/77 dated 25th May 1977.

8. Kindly acknowledge receipt. A copy of orders issued by the State Governments/UTs may also be endorsed to this Ministry.

Yours faithfully

Sd/ P.K.Mehrotra)

Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

No.N23011/19/77-Ply Dated 20th June 1977

4. (I) (b) (xiii) particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it List of patients who had received grant-in-aid and recipient of assistance under State Illness Assistance Fund (SIAF) are available in the website www.health.mizoram.gov.in.

4.(I)(b) (xiii) particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it In order to provide maximum information to the public the Department has a website www.health.mizoram.gov.in.

4. (I) (b) (xvi) the names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers;

1. State Public Information Officer – Lalthansangi,

Under Secretary Government of

Mizoram Health & Family Welfare Department

2. State Public Information Officer -

a) Directorate of Health Services -

  • Appellate Authority-Dr.Rohmingthanga Ralte, Director
  • State Public Information Officer-Dr.Lalramliana, Dy. Director (Gen)
  • Addl. SAPIO-Dr. Lalhlimpuia, Dy. Director (Blindness)
  • Addl. SAPIO-Rochhingpuii, Supdt..

b) Directorate Hospital & Medical Education-

  • Appellate Authority-Dr. Rosangluaia, Director
  • State Public Information OfficerDr.T. Lalhmangaihi, Joint Director
  • SAPIO-Ramchullovi, Supdt.

State Assistant Public Information Officer

a) Civil Hospital Aizawl - Dr.K.L.Remsanga, Med. Supdt.

b) Civil Hospital Lunglei - Dr., Med. Supdt.

4.(I)(b)(xvii) Such other information as may be prescribed

  • Health Programmes under Health & Family Welfare Department are:

Various programmes under Health & F.W., their objectives and achievement may be obtained from Deptt.’s website (health.mizoram.gov.in)