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					SIKKIM
GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Saturday, January 6th, 1990. No. 1

GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No: 35(103)88-89/53/RDD/P Dated Gangtok, the 5th January, 1990.

In exercise of power conferred by Section 100 of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982, Sri Tasa Tengay Lepcha, Sabhapati of 10 Tsungthang Gram Panchayat is ceased to be the Sabhapati as well as Sadasya of 10 Tsungthang Gram Panchayat with effect from 28/11/89 by virtue of he being elected as member of Sikkim Legislative Assembly.

By Order

P.K. PRADHAN, I.A.S.

SIKKIM GOVERNMENT
XTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Monday, January 22, 1990
No. 2

GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT Notification No. 112/H. Dated Gangtok, the IOth January, 1990.

Election Commission of India's notification No.56/89-(5) is hereby republished for information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA NEW DELHI Dated 19th December, 1989 Agrahayana 28, 1911 (Saka) NOTIFICATION No. 56/89-(4).- Whereas the. Election Commission of India is satisfied that as a result of its having returned three members to the House of the People at the General Election to Lok Sabha, 1989 from the State of Bihar, 'JHARKHAND MUKTI MORCHA', a registered unrecognised political party, is entitled for recognition as a State Party in the State of Bihar in terms of paragraph 6 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968; And whereas the Election Commission has decided to recognise the 'JHARKHAND MUKTI MORCHA' as a State Party in the State of Bihar and reserve the symbol 'Bow and Arrow' for the said party in that State; and Now, Therefore, in pursuance of clauses (b) and (d) of sub-paragraph (1) and subparagraph (2) or paragraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968, the Election Commission hereby makes the following amendments in its notification No. 56/89, dated the 23rd October, 1989, and published as O.N. 162(E), in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3 (iii), dated the 26th October, 1989, as amended from time to time, namely— (i) In Table II of the said notification under columns (l),(2)and (3), after entry "Assam........... Ladder", entries "Bihar", "Jharkhand Mukti Morcha" aud "Bow and Arrow" SHALL BE ADDED, respectively; (ii) In Table III of the said notification the entries under columns 1 and 2 "125. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha ............834008 (Bihar)" SHALL BE DELETED; and the remaining entries from 126 to 251 shall be RE-NUMBERED to read as 125 to 250 respectively; and

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(iii) In Table IV of the said notification under column (1) against entry "3. Bihar", the entry at S.No. "4. Bow and Arrow", specified under column 2 SHALL BE DELETED; and the remaining entries from 5 to 48 shall be RE-NUMBERED to read as 4 to 47 respectively; The recognition granted to Jharkhand Mukti Morcha party is subject to further review after complete data relating to Lok Sabha General Election, 1989 is compiled by the Election Commission.

By order,

(K. G. KUTTY) Secretary.

R. WANGYAL Deputy Chief Electoral Officer

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Monday, January 29, 1990 No. 3

GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT Notification No. 113/H.' Dated Gangtok,.the 10th January, 199 .

Election Commission of India's notification No.56/89-(4) is hereby republished for information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA NEW DELHI Dated 19th December, 1989 Agrahayana 28, 1911 (Saka) NOTIFICATION NO. 56/89-(5). -WHEREAS the Election Commission of India is satisfied that on the basis of-its performance at the general Election to the House of the People, 1989 from the State of Maharashtra, ,'SHIVSENA', a registered un-recognised political party, is entitled for recognition as a State Party in the State of Maharashtra in terms of paragraph 6 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968; AND WHEREAS the Election Commission has decided to recognise 'SHIVSENA' as a State Party in the State of Maharashtra and reserve the symbol 'Bow and Arrow' for the said party in that State; NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of clauses (b) and (d) of sub-paragraph (1) and sub-paragraph (2) of paragraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968, the Election Commission hereby makes the following amendments in its notification No.56/89, dated the 23rd October, 1989, published as ON. 162(E), in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3(iii), dated the 26th October, 1989 and as amended from time to time, namely(i) In Table II of the said notification under columns 2 and 3 against State Maharashtra, below entries "Peasants and Workers Party of India" and "Cart", the entries "2. Shivsena" and "Bow and arrow" SHALL BE ADDED respectively and figure "1." before entry "Peasants ane Workers Party of India" SHALL ALSO BE ADDED;

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(ii) In Table III of the said notification the entries under columns 1 and 2 "210. Shivsena.... .... Bombay -400 062." SHALL BE DELETED and the remaining entries from 211 to 250 shall be RE-NUMBERED to read as 210 to 249 respectively; and (iii) In Table IV of the said notification under column 1 against entry "11. Maharashtra', the entry "47. Bow and Arrow", specified under column 2 SHALL BE DELETED.

Ey order,

(K.P.G. KUTTY) Secretary.

( R, WANGYAL ) Deputy Chief Electoral Officer

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SIKKIM GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Friday, February 2, 1990 No. 4

GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT Notification No. 114/H. Dated Gangtok, the 24th January, 1990.

Election Commission of India's notification No.55/89-(6) is hereby republished for information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA . NOTIFICATION No- 56/89-(6) - Whereas the Election Commission of India is satisfied that as result of its having returned one member to the House of the People at the General Election to Lok Sabha, 1989 from the State of Kerala, 'Kerala Congress (M),' a registered un-recognised political party, is entitled for recognition as a State of Kerala in terms of paragraph 6 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968; And whereas the Election Commission has decided to recognised the ^Kerala Congress (M)' as a State Party in the State of Kerala and reserve the symbol 'Two leaves' for the said party in that State; Now, therefore, in pursuance of clauses (b) and (d) of sub- paragraph (2) of paragraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order,- 1968, the Election Commission hereby makes the following amendmnets in its notification No, 56/89, dated the '23rd October, 1989, published as O.N. 162(E), in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part If, Section 3(iii), dated the 26th October, 1989, and as amended from time to time, namely(i) In Table II of the said notification under columns (2) and (3), against entry ""Kerala", below entries "3. Revolutionary Socialist Party" and "Spade and storker", entries "4. Kerala Congress (M)" and "Two leaves" SHALL BE ADDED, respectively; NEW DELHI Dated the 3rd January, 1990 Pausa 13, 1911 (Saka).

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(ii) In Table III of the said notification the entries under columns 1 and 2 "135. Kerala Congress (M) ......... ..........Kottayam, Kerala" SHALL BE DELETED; and the remaining entries from 136 to 249 shall be re-numbered to read as 135 to 248 respectively; and (iii) In Table IV of the said notification under column 1 against entry "9. Kerala", the entry at S.No. "17. Two leaves" specified under column 2 SHALL BE DELETED; and the remaining entries from S.No. 18 to 38 shall be re-numbered to read as 17 to 37 respectively.

By order,

(K.P.G. KUTTY) Secretary.

\

( R. WANGYAL ) Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Election Department, Gangtok, Sikkim.

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SIKKIM GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Tuesday, February 6, 1990 NO.5

GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT Notification No. 115/H. Dated Gangtok, the 24th January, 1990.

Election Commission of India's notification No.56/89-(7) is hereby republished for information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA • ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA NEW DELHI Dated the 5th January, 1990 Pausa 15, 1911 (Saka). NOTIFICATION No. 56/89-(7).-WHEREAS Krantikari Samajwadi Manch has made an application under section 29 A of the Represention of the People Act, 1951 for its registration; AND WHEREAS in view of the forthcoming general/bye-election (s) to the Legislative Assemblies of certain States and Union Territories, sufficient time is not available to the Commission to give an opportunity to the representative (s) of Krantikari Samcjwadi Manck to present their case in person before the Commission in terms of sub-sectiou (7) of the said section 29A; AND WHEREAS Commission has decided, in exercise of its powers under Article 324 of the Constitution of India and all other powers enabling it in that behalf, that Krantikari Samajwadi Manch, whose application is being processed shall be deemed to be a political party registered under said section 29/A and has granted provisional registration to the said party for the limited purpose of contesting general/bye-election (s) to Legislative Assemblies of certain States and Union Territories due to be held in February-March, 1990:

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In Table III of the said notification under columns (1) and (2) the following entries shall be added at the end: '24 9. Krantikari Samajwadi Manch 35-Khand-3, Vidhayak Vishramgreh, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh, Pin—481001"

By order,

(K.P.G. KUTTY) Secretary.

( R. WANGYAL ) Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, Election Department, Gangtok, Sikkim.

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SIKKIM

GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Thursday, February 8, 1990

GAZETTE

No. 6

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT Notification No. 116/H. Dated£Gangtok, the 24th January, 1990.

Election Commission of India's notification No.56/89-(8) is hereby republished for information. ' ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA NEW DELHI Dated the 5th January, 1990 Pausa 15, 1911 (Saka). NOTIFICATION No. 56/89-(8)-Whereas the Election Commission of India is satisfied that as a result of its performance at the General Election to. Lok Sabha, from the State of Mizoram, DEMOCRATIC PARTY,a registered un-recognised political party is entitled for recognition as a state party in the state of Mizoram in terms of paragraph 6 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968; And whereas the Election Commision has decided to recognised the DEMOCRATIC PARTY as a state party int he state of Mizoram and reserve the symbol "Rising Sun'' for the said party in thst state; ' Now, therefore, in pursuance of clauses (b) and (d) of sub-paragraph (1) and subparagraph (2) of paragraph 17 of the Election Symbol (Reservation and Allotment) Order 1968, the Election Commision hereby makes the following amendments int its notification No. 56/89,dated the 23rd October,1989,published as O.N.(E),in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary,part ii, Sectin 3(iii),dated the 26th October,1989,and as amended from

$) III Table III of the said notification the entries under columns 1 and 2 "80. Democratic Party (Mizoram) ......................... Mizoram-796 001" SHALL BE DELETED; and the remaining entries from 81 to 249 shall be re-numbered to read as SO to 248 respectively; and In Table IV of the said notification against entry "30. Mizoram", the entry at S.No. "13. Rising Sun" specified under column 2 SHALL BE DELETED; and the remaining entries from S.No. 14 to 18 shall be re-numbered to read as 13 to 17 respectively.

By eider,

(K.P.G. KUTTY) Secretary.

(R. WANGYAL ) Deputy Chief Electoral iOflficer Election Department, Gangtok, Sikkimt

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GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Monday, February 12, 1990

GAZETTE

No. 7

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT N.o 2/l/H/77-90/Part II/77. Dated; 23/1/90.

The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint Shri B.B. Khulal as Chairman of Sikkim Housing Board with immediate effect.

By order,

(K.C. PRADHAN), HOME SECRETARY, GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM

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GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Monday, February 12 1990. No. 8

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GANGTOK No.: 70/DE/NPS NOTIFICATION

Dated : 22.1.90

The Government is pleased to constitute a Board of Governors for Namchi Public School, as under :CHAIRMAN MINISTER,. EDUCATION VICE CHAIRMAN CHIEF SECRETARY MEMBERS SPECIAL COMMISSIONER SECRETARY, PWD (ROADS) SECRETARY, EDUCATION DIRECTOR, EDUCATION I. Executive Committe of the School will consist of : 2. Executive Committe of the School will consist of : DISTRICT COLLECTOR (SOUTH) PRESIDENT DY. DIRECTOR, EDU. (SOUTH) MEMBER This committe would co-opt other members. 3. Till such time a Public School Act is framed and approved, Namchi Public School will follow TNA act for all practical purposes.

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Tuesday, February 13, 1990 No. 9

GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION N.o 2(l)Home/77-90/Part II/78. Dated; 27th January, 90.

The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to further amend Notification No. 2(3) Home 77/1957 dated 19th September, 1985, relating to facilities admissible to MLAs who are Chairman and Chairman who are not MLAs, with immediate effect, as follows:In place of Item No. IIIsubstitute, 'III. Reimbursement of donations towards noble and benevolent causes to the extent of Rs. 10,000/- per anum only.

Sd/-HOME SECRETARY, GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM

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EXTRAORDINARY

GAZETTE
No. 10

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Tuesday, February 13, 1990.

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No' 54(45)Home/88/79. NOTIFICATION Whereas the public of Yogong Dharae and Pachayat of Chungthang Revenue Block, North Sikkim have in their representation to the State Government dated 19th December, 1989 alleged that the private holding of a large section of the inhabitants of their village have been wrongly recorded in the land records resulting in deprivation of their ancestral property. Now, therefore, the State Government is pleased to hereby constitute a Committe to inquire into the said allegations and to determine as to whom the disputed land belongs. The Committee shall comprise as follows :1. Additional Chief Secretary — Chairman 2. Secretary, Forests — Member 3. Secretary, Land Revenue — Member 4. District Collector, North — Member 5. Joint Director, Land Records — Member The Committee shall submit its report within one month. Dated the 31st January, 1990.

K. C. PRADHAN Chief Secretary Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

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GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Wednesday, February 14, 1990

GAZETTE

No 11

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNOR OF SIKKIM, RAJ BHAVAN, GANGTOK. No. SKM/GOV/SECT/8/90/2663 C I R C U L A R The President of India has appointed Admiral Radhakrishin Hariram Tahiliani (Retd.) to be the Governor of Sikkim Accordingly, Admiral Radhkrishin Hariram Tahiliani (Retd.) has assumed the office pf the Governor of Sikkim in the afternoon of 8th February, 1990. February 9, 1990

Secretary to Governor of Sikkim

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GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Friday, February 16, 1990

GAZETTE

No. 12

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No: 35 (10) 88-89/ 59 /RDD/P Dated Gangtok, the 16th February, 1990 NOTIFICATION WHEREAS the office of members of the certain Gram Panchayat Wards have become acant by reason of acceptance of resignation tendered by the members: And whereas it has been decided to fill up such vacancy by election: Now, therefore, in pursuance of the provisions of rule 84 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rule, 1982,I, Shri P. K. Pradhan, Director of Panchayat Elections, hereby call uponr the following Gram Panchayat Wards to elect members for the purpose of filling the vacan- «i so caused. 1. Tsungthang Ward of 10-Tsungthang Gram Panchayat in the North District. 2. Lingthem ( Paneng ) Ward of 5-Lingthem-Lingdem Gram Panchayat in North District. 3- Paney Phensang ( Gensol Phensong) Ward of 15-Phensong Gram Panchayat in North District. 4, Suntaley ( Sadam ) Ward of 15-Sadam Suntaley Gram Panchayat in South District. J. Naku Ward of 10-Singyang-Chongrung Gram Panchayat in the West District,

P.K. PRADHAN, LAS. Director of Panchayat Election of Sikkim

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GAZETTE

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
Gangtok Friday, February 16th, 1990 No. 13

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No: 35(10)88-89/60/RDD/P Dated Gangtok, the 16th February, 1990. NOTIFICATION WHEREAS the State Government of Sikkim has, by Notification under Rule 84 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982, published in the official Gazette of the State Government of Sikkim, dated 16th February, 1990 called upon the five Gram Panchayat wards to fill up the vacancies caused by reason of tendering of j resignation by the sitting members vide notification No. 35 (10) 88-89/59/RDD/P dated 16th February, 1990. Now, therefore in pursuance of the provisions of Rule 14 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982 I, the undersigned hereby, appoint with respect to the said elections:— (a) 16.2.90 (Friday) (b) (c) (b) (e) 23.2.90 (Friday) 24.2.90 (Saturday) 27.2.90 (Tuesday) 19.3.90 (Monday) Date of publication of first Notification calling upon all the Panchayat wards to elect members. The last date for making Nomination. Last date for scrutiny of Nomination. Last date for withdrawal of candidature. As the last date on which a poll, shall, if necessary, be taken;& As the last date before which the election shall be completed.

(d) 22.3.90 (Thursday)

By Order

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Tuesday, February 20,1990 No. 14

GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM FOOD & CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. THE SIKKIM CONSUMER PROTECTION RULES, 1990. NOTIFICATION
No. 19/FCS.
Dated 30/1/1990

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 30 of the Consumer Act, 1986 (Central Act 68 of 1986), State Government hereby makes the following Rules, namely:1. Short title and commencement.- (I) Protection Rules, 1990. These Rules may be called the Sikkim Consumer

(2) They shall come into force on such date as the State Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint.
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Definition.- In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) "Act" means the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (68 of 1986); "agent" means a person duly authorised by a party to present any complaint or appeal or reply on its behalf before the State Commission or the District Forum; "appellant" means a party which makes an appeal against the order of the District Forum; "memorandum" means memorandum of appeal filed by the appellant; ' 'opposite party'' means a person who answers complaint or claim ; "president" means the President of the State Commission or District Forum as the case may be; "respondent" means the person who answers any memorandum of appeal;

Salaries and other allowances and terms and conditions of the President and members of the District Forum.(I) The President of the District Forum shall receive the salary of the judge of a District Court if appointed on wholetime basis or an honorarium of one hundred rupees per day for the sitting if appointed on part-time basis. Other members shall receive two thousand •rupees a consolidated honorarium of one hundred rupees per say for the sitting. (2) The President and the members of the District Forum shall be entitled for such travelling allowance and daily allowance on official tour as are admissible to Grade I Officers of the State
:. Government;

(3)

The salary, honorarium and other allowances shall be defrayed out of the Consolidated

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(a) . (b) (c) (d) (e) has been adjudged an insolvent; or has 'been convicted of an offence which in the opinion of the State Government, involves moral turpitude : or has become physically or mentally incapable of acting as such member; or has acquired such financial or other interest as it is likely to affect prejudicially his functions as a member ; or has so abused his position as to render his continuance in office prejudicial to the public interest:

Provided that the president or member shall not be removed from his office on the ground specified in clause (d) and (e) oi the sub-rule exception an inquiry held by the State Government in accordance with such pcedure as it may specify in this behalf and finds the members to be guilty of such ground. (6) The terms and condition;: of the service of the President and the members of the District Forum she 1 not; be varied to teir disadvantage during their tenure of office. (7) Where anv vacancy occurs in ( i . office of t h e president of the District Forum, the senior-most (in order of appointment) member oi District Forum, holding office for the time being, shell discharge the functions of the presidenutntila person, appointed to fill such vacancy assumes the office of the president of the District Forum. (8) When the president of the District Forum is unable to discharge the functions owing to absence, illness or any other cause, the seniormost (in order to the appointment) member of the District Forum ' shall discharge the functions of the president until the dayb on which the president resumes the charge of his functions. (9) The pre; ident or any member ceasing to hold office as such shall not hold any appointment in or be connected with the management or administration of an organisation which have been the subject of any proceeding under the Act during his tenure ior any oi five years from the date on which he ceases to hold such office. 4. Place of sitting and other matters relating to District Forum.- (I) The office of the District Forum shall be located as the headquarter of the District. Where the State Government decides to establish a single District Forum having jurisdicyionover more than one district, it shall notify the place and jurisdiction of the District Forum so established.

(2) The working days and the office hours of the District Forum shall be the same as that of the State Government. (3) The official seal and emblem of the District Forum shall be such as the state Government may specify. (4) Sitting of the District Forum, when necessary, shall be convened by the president. (5) No act or proceedings of the District Forum shall be invalid by reason only of the existencc of any vacancy among its members or any delect in its constitution.
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(6) The State Government such staff, as may be necessary to assist the District Forum in its day to day work and perform such other functions are povided under these rules, or assigned to : it by the president. The salary payable to such staff shall be defrayed out of the Consolidated Fund of the State Government. (7) Where the opposite party admits the allegation made bv the complainant, the District Forum shall decide the complaint on the basis of the merit of the case and documents present before it. (8) If during the proceedings conducted under section 13, of the Act, District Forum fixes a date for hearing of the parties, it s h a l l be obligatory on the complainant and opposite party or its authorised IE agent to appear

. sProcedure to be adopted by the District Forum for analysis and testing of the 'goods.- (i) If the District Forum thinks it necessary so to do, it may direct the complainant to provide moire than one sample of the goods in clean containers with stopper properly fixed on them. (2) On receiving the samples of such goods, the District Forum shall seal it and fix labels on the containers carrying following information:(i)
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name and address of the appropriate laboratory to whom sample will be sent for analysis and test; name and address of the District Forum; case number; V

(ii) (iii)

(iv) seal of the District Forum. ■'•■■'.' (3) The sample will be sent to the appropriate laboratory by the District Forum for sending report within forty five days or within such extended time as may be granted by the District Forum after specifying the nature of the defect alleged and date of submission of the report. 6. Salary and other allowances and terms and conditions of the president and members , ■of the State Commission.- (1) President of the State Commission shall receive the salary of the judge of the High Court if appointed on wholetime basis or a consolidated honorarium of two hundred rupees per day for •the sitting if appointed on part-time basis. Other members "shall receive a consolidated honorarium of one hundred fifty rupees per day for the sitting. (2) ' The president and the members of the State Commission shall be eligible for such tra velling allowance and daily allowance on official tour as are admissible to Grade-I Officer of the State Government. (3) The salary, honorarium, other allowances shall defrayed out of the Consolidated Fund of the State Government. (4) President and the members of the State Commission shall hold office for a term of five years or upto the age of sixty five years whichever is earlier and shall not be eligible for renomination: Provided that the president and a member may by writing under his hand and addressed to the State Government resign his office (a) (a) any time; (b) • • (b) be removed from his office in accordance with provisions of sub-rule (5). (S) (r) The State Government may remove from office, president or a member of the State Commission who Commission who (a) (a) has been adjudged as an insolvent, or (b) has been convicted of an offence which in the opinion of the State Government, involves moral (b) turpitude, or (c) has become physically or mentally incapable of acting as such member, or (c) (d) has acquired such financial or other interest as is likely to affect prejudicially his functions as a member, or
(e) has so abus ed his position as to render his continuance in office prejudicial to the public interest:

Provided that the president or a member .shall not be removed from his office on the ground specified in clauses (d) and (e) of this sub-rule except on an inquiry held by State Government in accordance with such procedure assit may specify in this behalf and finds the member to be guilty of such ground. (6) Before appointment, president and a member of the State Commission shall have to take an undertaking that he does not and will not have any such financial or other interests as is likely to affect preju. dicially his functions as such member. (7) The terms and conditions of the service of the president and the members of the State Commission shall not be varied to their disadvantage during their tenure of office. (8) Every vacancy caused by resignation and removal of the president or any other member 6f the State Commission under sub-rule (4) or otherwise shall be filled by fresh appointment. (9) Where any such vacancy occurs in the office of the president of the State Commission, the seniormost (in order of appointment) members, holding office for the time being, shall discharge the functions of the president until a person appointed to fill such vacancy assumes the office of the president of the State Commission.

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(ii) The president or any member ceasing to hold office as such shall not hold any appointment in or be connected with the management or administrations of an organisation which have been the subject of any proceeding under the Act during his tenure for a period of j years from the date on which he ceases to hold such office. 7. Place of sitting and other matters relating to State Commission.— the State Commission shall be located at the, capital of the State. (1) Office of

(2) The working days and the office hours of the State Commission shall be the same as that of the State Government. (3) may specify. (4) The official seal and emblem of the State Commission shall be such as the State Government • Sitting of the State Commission, as and when necessary, shall be convened by the president.

(5) No act or proceedings of the State Commission shall be invalid by reasons only of the existence of any vacancy among its members or any defect in its constitution thereof. (6) State Government shall appoint such staff, as may be necessary to assist the State Govern-sion in its work and perform such other functions as are provided under these rules or assigned to it by the president. The salary payable to such staff shall be defrayed out of the Consolidated Fund of the State Government. (7) Where the opposite party admits the allegation made by the complainant, the State commission shall decide the complaint on the basis of the merit of the case and documents present before it. (8) If during the proceeding conducted under section 13, the State Commission fixes-a a date for hearing of the parties, it shall be obligatory on the complainant and opposite party or his authorised agent to appeart before the State Commission on such date of hearing or any other date to which hearing could be adjourned. Where the complainant or his authorised agent fails to appear before the State Commission on such day, the State Commission may in its discretion either dismiss the complaint for default or decide it on merits. Where the opposite party or its authorised agent fails to appear on the day of hearing, the State Commission may decide the complaint ex-parte. (9) While proceeding under sub-ruie (8). the State Commission may, on such terms as it may think fit and at any state, adjourn the hearing of the complaint but not more than one adjournment shall ordinarily be given and the complaint should be decided within ninety days from the date of notice received by the opposite party where complaint does not require analysis or testing of the goods and within one hundred fifty days if it requires analysis or testing of the goods. (10) Orders of the State Commission shall be signed and dated by the members of the State Conimission constituting the Bench and shall be communicated to the parties free of charge. 8. Procedure for hearing appeal. — (i) Memorandum of appeal shall be presented by the appellant cr his authorised agent to the State Commission in person or sent by registered post addressed to the Commision. (2) Every memorandum filed under sub-rule (1) shall be in legible handwriting preferably typed and shall set forth concisely under distinct heads, the grounds of appeal without any argument or narrative and such ground shall be numbered consecutively. (3) Each memorandum shall be accompanied by the certified copy of the order of thier District Forum appealed against and such of the documents as may be required to support grounds of objection' mentioned in the memorandum. (4) When the appeal is presented after the expiry of period of limitation as specified in the Act, memorandum shall be accompanied by an application supported by an affidavit setting forth the fact on • which appellant relies to sa.tisfy the State Commission that he has sufficient cause for not preferring the appeal with the period of limitation. (5) for official purposes. The appellant shall submit four copies of the memorandum to the State Commission

(6) On the date of hearing or any other day to which hearing may be adjourned, it shall be obligatory for the parties or their authorised agents to appear before the State Commission. If appellant or his authorised agent fails to appear on such date, the State Commission may, in its discretion, either dismiss' the appesl or decide it on the merit of the case. If respondent or his authorised agents fails to appear on such date, the State Commission shall proceed ex-parte and shall decide the appeal ex-parte on merits of the case,

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Provided that the Commission shall not rest its decision on any other grounds unless the party who may be affected thereby, has been given, at least one opportunity of being heard by the State Commission. (8) State Commission may, on such terms as it may think fit and at any stage, adjourn the hearing of appeal, but not more than one adjournment shall ordinarily be given and the appeal should be decided within 90 days from the first date of hearing. (9) Order of the State Commission on appeal shall be signed and dated by the members ©f tke State Commission constituting the Bench and shall be communicated to the parties free of charge.

T. P. SHARMA, SECRETARY Food & Civil Supplies Department, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY FOOD & CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPTT. GANGTOK SIKKIM Ref. No. 17/FCS. NOTIFICATION In pursuance of clause (d) of section 9 read with sub-section (1) of section 16 of the Consumer's Protection Act, 1986-(Central Act 68 of 1986), the State Government with the f>rior approval of the Central Government hereby constitutes the State Commission with the bllowing members :Dated 30th January, 1990.

In pursuance of clause (d) of section 9 read with sub-section (1) of section 16 of the Consumer's Protection Act, 1986-(Central Act 68 of 1986), the State Government with the f>rior approval of the Central Government hereby constitutes the State Commission with the following members :1. Brig. Justice DM. Sen (Retd) - President. 2. Smt. Puspa Devi Basnet -Member. 3. Shri Jigmi Dorjee, I.A.S.(Retd)- Member.

T. P. SHARMA, Secretary, Food & Civil Supplies

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DINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Tuesday, February 20, 1990. No. 15A GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Notification No.82/Home/90 Dated 21st February, 1990

CORRIGENDUM Please read extra - ordinary gazette numbers 131 and 132 printed on 4th and 5th January 1990 as 1 and 1 A and extra - ordinary gazette numbers 1 and 2 printed on 6th and 22nd January 1990 as 2 and 2 A respectively.

K.C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim. Gangtok.

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Ref. No. 18/FCS.

Dated 30th January,1990.

NOTIFICATION In pursuance of clause (a) of section 9 read with sub-section (1) of section 8 of he Consumer Protection Act, 1980 (Central Act 68 of 1986), the State Government with the prior approval of the Central Government hereby establishes the District Forums for four districts of Sikkim consisting of the following members :East District Forum (1) Shri Tsewang Dorjee Rinzing, Dist. and Session Judge, Gangtok (2) Smt. Meena Sharma, Lady Social Worker (3) Shri Suren Lama, Gangtok North District Forum (1) Shri Tsewang Dorjee Rinzing, Dist. and Session Judge, Gangtok (2) Smt. T.Wangdi, Lady SocialWorker
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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No: Elec 128/87-88/Vol.IIT/155 Dated Gangtok, the 20th February, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by subsection (2) of section 101 of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 (3 of 1982) read with rule 7 of the Sikk;m Panchayat Election Rules, 1982, the Director of Panchayat Elections hereby designate the officers of the Government specified in column 2 of the table below as Returning Officer of the Gram Panchayat/Ward in the State of Sikkim as specified in column 1 of the said table against such officer of the Government:— TABLE No.& Name of Gram Panchayat/Ward 1 . NORTH DISTRICT 1. Lingthem (Paneng) Ward of 5 Lingthem-Lingdem Gram Panchayat 1. Tsungthang Ward of 10 Tsungthang Gram Panchayat 1. Paney Phensong (Gensol Phensong) Ward of 15 Phensong Gram Panchayat SOUTH DISTRICT 3. Suntaley (Sadam) Ward of 15 Sadam Suntaley Gram Panchayat . WEST DISTRICT 3. Naku Ward of 10 Singyang Shri G.T. Upadhya , Deputy District Officer, Mangan Shri G.T. Upadhya, Deputy District Officer, Mangan Shri G.T-Upadhya, Deputy District Officer, Mangan Returning Officer .2.

Shri K. Jaya Kumar, Deputy District Officer, Namchi Shri K.N. Lepcha Deputy District

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Date 20th February, 1990. No. Elec. 128/87-88/Vol-II/l56 NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 101 of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 (3 of 1982) read with rule 8 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982, the Director of Panchayat Elections hereby appoints each of the officers of the Government as specified in column 2 of ths table below to assist the Returning Officer of the Gram Panchayat/ Ward in the State as specified in column 1 of the said table against such officer of the Government in the performance of the function of such Returning Officer: TABLE 1. Returning Officer NORTH DISTRICT 1. Returning Officer for Lingthem (Paneng) Ward of 5 Lingthem Lingdem Gram Panchayat 2. Returning Officer for Tsungthang Ward of 10 Tsungthang Gram Panchayat 3. Returning Officer for Paney Phensong (Gensol Phensong) Ward of 15 Phensong Gram Panchayat. SOUTH DISTRICT Returning Officer for Suntaley . (Sadam) Ward of 15 Sad am Suntaley Gram Panchayat. Shri CT. Tongden, Assistant Engineer, Rural Development Deptt. Namchi. Shri D.B. Rai, Assistant Engineer, Rural Development Deptt, Mangan. Shri D.B. Rai, Assistant Engineer, Rural Development Deptt. Mangan. Shri D.B. Rai, Assistant Engineer, Rural Development Deptt.Mangan .
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No.Elec(128)87-88/Vol-II/157.

Dated Gangtok, the 20th February 1990. NOTIFICATION

In pursuance of rule 16 of Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982, I, the undersigned hereby fix the hours from 8 A.M. To 4. 00 P.M. as the hours during which the poll shall, if necessary, be taken the Bye election of the Panchayat Wards in the State of Sikkim to be held in pursuance of State Government Notification No. 35(10)-88-89/59/RDD/P dated 16 February, 1990.

B. K. KHAREL Joint Director of Panchayat Election.

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Dated Gangtok the 20th February, 1990.

The following order of the Governor of Sikkim No. SKM/GOV/616/90 dajted February 17, 1990 is notified for information. "In exercise of the powers conferred by Article 174(2) (a) of the Constitution, I.R.H. Tahiliani, Governor of Sikkim, hereby prorogue the Sikkim Legislative Assembly which was summoned to meet on Wednesday 17th January, 1990. R.H, TAHILIANI Governor of Sikkim''

By Order.

K. SHERAB Secretary.
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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No.SKM/GOV/617/9 0 February, 20, 1990.

The following order made by the Governor of Sikkim i« hereby published for general information:No.SKM/Gov/617/9 0 Dated Gangtok the 20th February, 1990. ORDER In exercise of the powers conferred on me by Article 174(1) of the Constitution of india, I, R.H. Tahiliani, Governor of Sikkim, hereby summon the Sikkim Legislative Assem-bly to meet on Monday, 19th March, 1990 at 11.00 A.M. in the West Point School premises Mrt Gangtok. I further direct that the Secretary, Sikkim Legislative Assembly, shall notify the Members accordingly.

R.H. TAHILIANI Governor of Sikkim''

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK
N0.237/GEN/EST. Dated Gangtok, the 6th November, 1989.

NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by section 27 of the Sikkim Armed Police Force Act, 1981 (8 of 1981), the State Government hereby makes the following rules, namely :1. Short title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Sikkim Armed Police Force (Recruitment, Promotion and other conditions of Service) Rules, 1989. (2) Gazette. 2. Definitions .- In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires, (a) (b) (c) "Act' means the Sikkim Armed Police Force Act, 1981; "Appendix" means an Appendix to these rules; "Appointing authority" means (i) in relation to the posts upto and including the Sub-Inspector in the Force the Director General of Police/Inspector General of Police; (ii) in relation to the posts of Inspector and Deputy Superintendent of Police in the Force, the Governor; "Appointed day" means the date on which these rules come into force; '"Commission" means the Sikkim Public Service Commission; "Committee" means the Committee constituted under these rules; "Government" means the State Government of Sikkim; (h) "Member of the Force" They shall come into force with effect from the date of their publication in the official

(d) (e) (f) (g)

"Governor" means the Governor of Sikkim; (j) means any officer of the Force; (k)

"Non-Commissioned Officer'' means a member of the Force of the rank qf Lance Naik Naik or Havildar; (1 ) "Schedule" means the Schedule

5. Scale of Pay and Allowances.- The scale of pay admissible to the members of the Force shall be as specified in column 5 of Schedule I. They shall be entitled to other allowances and other service benefits admissible to the personnel of corresponding ranks in the Sikkim Police Force constituted under the Police Act, 1861: Provided that the State Government may, by separate order, sanction special allowance to various po :ts of the Force from time to time. 6. Method of Recruitment and other eligibility conditions.- The method of recruitment, age limit, qualification and other eligibility conditions for direct recruitment and for promotion to the posts shall be as specified in column 3 to 6 of Schedule II. 7. Promotion.- (i) Save as provided in rule 8, all promotions to the posts in the Force shall be made on the recommendations of the Committee.
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(2) A list of members of the Force considered eligible for consideration for promotion to the next higher rank/post shall be furnished to the Committee by the Appointing authority or any officer directed by that authority. (3) The Committee may, for the purpose of determining ability, initiative, mental and physical fitness of the candidates, hold such written examination and out-door tests as it may deem fit and prepare a list of candidates in the order of merit. (4) The Committee shall have the power to fix separately the minimum qualifying marks for written examination and out-door tests and shall have power to relax the same, if necessary, in respect of any class or category of persons. : (5) -No decision of the Committee, if approved by the Appointing authority, shall be challenged merely on the ground of any irregularity of procedure. (6) The list prepared under sub-rule (3) shall be submitted to the Appointing authority. 8. Promotion to the post of Inspector.- (1) There shall be a Promotion Committee con sisting of the following to consider the promotion to the post of Inspector :(a) The Chairman, Sikkim Public Service Commission; (b) The Member of the Sikkim Public Service Commission; (c) Secretary, Home Department; , (d) Director General of Police/nspector General of Police; (e) The Secretary, Establishment Department. (2) The Chairman or in his absence the Member of the Commission shall preside over the meeting of the Committee. The absence of a member other than the Chairman or the Member of the Commission shall not invalidate the proceedings of the Committee, if more than half the members of the Committee had aattendedits meetings. (3) The Government shall from time to time for the purpose of sub-rule (1) prepare a list of the persons eligible for promotion to the post of Inspector in the order of seniority. (4) The number of persons to be included in the list to be forwarded to the Commission shall be three times the number of the vacancies anticipated: Provided that such restriction shall not apply where the number of eligible persons is less than the maximum permissible number and in such a case the names of all the eligible persons shall be included in the list and forwarded to the Commission. (r) The Government shall forward to the Commission the list prepared under sub-rule (3) along-with the characrer rolls and service records of the periods the person has to complete as the required number of years of service for promotion, indicating the anticipated number of vacancies to be filled up by promotion in course of a period of twelve months commencing from the date of preparation of the list. (6) The Commission, after satisfying themselves that the records and information complete in all respects have been received, shall convene a meeting of the Promotion Committee. The Committee shall prepare a final list of persons who are found suitable for promotion on an overall relative assessment of their character rolls and service records, (7) The number of persons to be included in the final list shall not exceed twice the num-ber of vacancies to be filled by promotion. (8) The Commission shall forward the list prepared under sub-rule (6) to the Government along-with all the character rolls and service records received from the Government. (9) The final list shall ordinarily be in force for a period of twelve months from the date of recommendation of the Commission. '

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9. Direct Recruitment.- (I) The Appointing authority shall make direct recruitment to the posts where such recruitment is provided on the recommendation of the Committee. . (2) The Appointing authority or on his behalf any other officer shall intimate the Committee the anticipated number of vacancies to be filled by direct recruitment. (3) The Committee shall, for the purpose of determining ability, initiative, mental and physical fitness of the candidates, hold such written examination on the basis of the scheme of the examination prescri-bed by the Appointing authority and out-door test as it may deem fit. 10. Out of Turn Promotion.— Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, the Govern-ment may order out-of-turn promotion of member of the Force (except those on deputation from Sikkim Police Force, Sikkim State Police Service and Indian Police Service) in recognition of exceptional achievement to . be recorded in writing. II Recruitment Roll.— A candidate selected for direct recruitment shall be enrolled to the Force after submission of the recruitment roll duly filled in and signed by him in the form prescribed vide Appendix 1. 12. Medical Certificate.— No person shall be enrolled to the Force unless he has been declared medically fit for enrolment, in the form set-out vide Appendix I by an authorised medical authority. 13. Verification of Character and Antecedents, Etc.— When a person is enrolled -the Adjutant shall arrange to get the character and antecedents of the person verified by the Police as soon as possible, but not later than the date of completion of hit- training. On completion of training, a trainee shall be .attested and appointed to the Force only on receipt of 13.. Verification of Character and Antecedents, Etc.— When a person is enrolled -the Adjutant shall arrange to get the character and antecedents of the person verified by the Police as soon as rsible, but not later than the date of completion of hit- training. On completion of training, a trainee shall attested and appointed to the Force only on receipt of satisfactory verification report. Persons whose verification reports are not satisfactory shall be' summarily discharged by the appointing authority, without any noticeverificationany compensation. , satisfactory or paying report. Persons whose verification reports are not satisfactory shall be' summarily discharged by the appointing authority, without any notice or paying any compensation. , 14. Attestation.— (1) Officers and men, at the time of appointment to the Force, shll be administered an oath or affirmation in the form set out vide Appendix II.. The oath or affirmation shall be admini-stered with due ceremony by the Commandant or such other officer nominated by him for the purpose: . Provided that the officer so nominated shall not be of a rank lower than that of Deputy Superintendent of Police. Provided further that the efficer so nominated shall not be junior to the officer taking the oath or affirmation. (2) The attestation form shall be countersigned by the officer administering the oath, and it shall form a part of the service document of the officer taking the oath or affirmation. (3) Attestation may be waived by the Commandant in the case of those officers and men joining the Force on deputation or transfer provided they had been attested in their parent organisation. 15.Certificate of Appointment.— The Certificate of appointment under section 10 of the Act to be issued to a member of the rank of Sub-Inspector and above of the Force shall be signed by the Director General of Police/Inspector General of Police and the certificates to be issued to other members shall be signed by the Commandant. 16. Probation.— (i) The members of the Force upto the rank of Inspector, on their initial appoint ment or on promotion shall be on probation for a period of two years. (2) The Appointing authority, if it so thinks necessary in any case or cla&s of cases, may extend the period of probation, for reasons to be recorded in writing, for a period not exceeding one year. (3) Persons found unsuitable for the post during the period of probation initially fixed or extended thereafter, shall be liable to be discharged from service with one month's notice or one month's salary in lieu thereof, or reverted to his substantive post or rank, as the case may be. 17. Transfer and Deputation of the Officers of the force.— (1) Transfer of a member of the Force may be effected in public interest(a) in respect of officers of the rank of Inspector and above, by the Government in the Establishment Department • (b) in respect of officers of other rank, by the Director General of Police/Inspector General of Police

16. Probation.— (I) The members of the Force upto the rank of Inspector, on their initial appoint ment or on promotion shall be on probation for a period of two years. (2) The Appointing authority, if it so thinks necessary in any case or class of cases, may extend the period of probation, for reasons to be recorded in writing, for a period not exceeding one year. (3) Persons found unsuitable for the post during the period of probation initially fixed or extended thereafter, shall be liable to be discharged from service with one month's notice or one month's salary in lieu thereof, or reverted to his substantive post or rank, as the case may be.

I7. Transfer and Deputation of the Officers of the force.— (I) Transfer of a member of the Force may be effected in public interest(a) in respect of officers of the rank of Inspector and above, by the Government in the Establishment Department (b) in respect of officers of other rank, by the Director General of Police/Inspector General of Police (2) The Director General of Police/Inspector General of Police shall have the power to transfer • member of the Force of and below the rank of Sub-Inspector to the Civil Police or vice-versa, on account of ill health or for any administrative reasons to be recorded in writing. (3) A member of the Force shall not be deputed to Central Government or any State Government, or Company or any organisation without the prior concurrence of the Government in the Establishment Depart-ment-both for transfer on deputation and terms and condition of such deputation. (4) A member of the Force shall not seek transfer from the Force unless he has rendered not less than twelve years service in the Force: Provided that transfer shall not be claimed as a matter of right even after twelve years of service, 18. General Conduct.— (I) Every member of the Force shall abide by the Sikkim Government , Servant conduct Rules, 1981. (2) Notwithtsanding anything contained in sub-rule (I), no member of the Force shall-(a) absent himself from Force without leave;

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overstay leave granted to him, without sufficient cause; while being on leave, fail, without sufficient cause, to rejoin duly without delay, when so ordered by his superior officer on account of exigencies of service; without sufficient cause fail to appear at the time and place fixed for a parade, drill, exercise, games or class; when on parade, drill, exercise, games or duty or when or on the time of march, quit the place without sufficient cause or without leave from his superior officer ;

(f) when in the Camp or elsewhere, be found in any place prohibited by any general, local or Battalion order, without proper authority; (h) be in a state of intoxication whether on duty or not; (i) make any false accusation against any member of the Force, or against other persons dealing with his official or service matters ;

(3) make any statement affecting the character of \ member of the Force, knowing to be false, or knowingly suppress any material fact for such purpose ; (k) while making, signing or checking any official document including any report, return, list, certificate or statement, knowingly make or induce to make or be a party to making any false entry, or suppress any material fact; (1) suppress, deface, alter or make away with any such document, with intent to injure any person or wilfully to defraud any person or to obtain for himself or any other person any advantage to which he is not legally entitled ; (m) sign any blank paper or form which could be used to make an order purportedly signed by him .or as a voucher signed by him in respect of any fund, arms ammunition or any other Government property ; (n) knowingly leave blank space in such document? signed by him, which he has reason to believe as could be used with a.ny fraudulent intention ; (o) refuse to appear before any disciplinary authority to give evidence ; (p) unlawfully detain pay and allowance or any other money payable by the Force to any of its member or to their legal heirs, or refuse to pay the same when due ; (q) being below the rank of sub-Inspector, when off duty, carry arms or other offensive weapons in or around the C>mp, or while going to or returning from any town or bazar, without proper authority ; (r) hurt the religious feelings of any person ; (s) do or omit to do any act which, though not specified in the Act or in these rules, is prejudicial to the good order and discipline of the Force. 19. Discipline and disciplinary proceeding.—Save as provided in the Act tnd in these rules, the Discipline and Appeal Rules generally applicable to members of Sikkim Police Force shall apply to the members of the Force for regulating discipline, conducting disciplinary proceedings and impositions of penalty for offence olherwise than those provided under the Act. (2) The Company Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Police or the Adjutant, as the case may be, may proceed against a member of the Force of the rank oi Head Constable and below for implicating punishment under section 21 of the Act with the approval of the Commandant or in his absence the Assistant •Commandant, under whose command the delinquent member of the Force is serving. (3) The Adjutant shell have the powers of the Commandant for proceeding against a recruit constable under section '21 of the Act. (4) Any officer of the rank of Inspector and above, commanding a detachment or an outpost, or in temporarv command at the Headquarters of the Force, may awaid to any non-commissioned officer , who is for the time being placed under his authority, punishment which can be awarded by a Company Commander. (c) If such a detachment or outpost is commanded by a Sub-Inspector, he may award a punish-

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Deserters.— (i) If a member of the Force, who (a) absents himself without leave ; or (b) overstays leave granted to him ; and does not return to duty on his own

free will or is not apprehended within sixty days of the commencement of the absence or overstayal the comandant shall convene a Court of Inquiry consisting of three officers, at least one of whom shall be a gazetted officer, to inquire into the matter. (2) The Court of Inquiry shall record evidence and its findings, including deficiency in clothing, equipment, arms and ammunition which had been issued to the absentee, and it shall be admissible as evidence in any subsequent proceedings instituted against the absentee. (3) The Commandant may then declare the absentee as deserter with effect from the date of his illegal absence, and office order shall be issued to this effect. Whereas by declaring a member as deserter he shall not cease to belong to the Force, there shall be no bar to enlist another person in the place of the deserter. 23. Orderly rooms.—(I) Petty cases of misconduct and indiscipline should, as far as possible, be disposed of in orderly rooms. (2) Orderly Room shall be held by the Company Commander and other superior officers, for disposing of grievances of the members serving under them. A full record of each case shall be made in the Orderly Room Register. The Commandant shall fix a day every week for holding orderly rooms by him. . 24. Resignation.—(1) Subject to the provisions kid down in section 7 of the Act, a member of the Force after rendering at least years service in the Force, may resign his appointment by serving a notice, in writing, of thirty days or cf such other period as may have been specified in his appointment order : Provided that the Appointing authority may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, relax any one or both the conditions of length of service and notice in anv case or class of cases. (2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rules (i), a member of the Force shall remain in duty until resignation is accepted by the Competent Authority and communicated to him and he is released from the Force. 25. Discharge certificate.—A member of the Force, on his discharge from the Force, shall be ent- tled to receive a discharge certificate in the form prescribed M'de Appendix IV. The certificate shall be signed by the Commandant or the Assistant Commandant and a duplicate copy shall be kept in the Service Roll of the member concerned. 26. Annual confidential roll.—(I) Annual Confidential Rolls in the forms prescribed at Appendix V or VI, as the case may be, shall be written in respect of each member of the Force for each financial year, which shall normally be completed by the end of May every ye a r . (2) A confidential report shall also be written, when either the reporting officer or the member reported upon is transferred out of a unit or subunit. ' (3) Annual confidential rolls of Constables and Head Constables shall be written by their immediate superior officer, who shall be of the rank of at least a Sub-Inspector and reviewed by the immediate superior gazetted officer of the reporting officer whereafter it shall be countersigned by the Company Commander. (4) Annual confidential rolls of other officers shall be initiated by the officer who is superior in B rank to the officer reported upon, under whose command the officer reported upon has been placed. The ' report shall be reviewed by the officer immediately superior in rank to the reporting officer, and under whose command the reporting officer is serving, and countersigned by the next superior officer. (c) Adverse remarks, if any, shall be communicated in writing to the officer reported upon, within fortyfive days from the date of review of the confidential rolls if the reviewing officer has accepted the adverse remarks and he shall be given fortyfive days to represent against the adverse remarks communicated to him. . (6) If a representation is not received from him within forty-five days, no action need be taken for modification or expunction of the adverse remarks. (7) If, however, a representation is received within fortyfive days, the same shall be disposed of by a Committee consisting of the Commandant, Assistant Commandant and the Adjutant, if the officer repor ted upon is below the rank of a Deputy Superintendent of Police. In the case of officers of and above the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police, the Committee shall consist of Director General of Police/Inspector B General of Police and officer of the rank of Joint Secretary in the Home Department, and an officer of the
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(2) The relative seniority of persons promoted from lower posts shall be determined by the order of merit in which they are selected for such promotion. Any delay in assuming charge of the higher post on promotion due to administrative reasons, such as transfer from an outlying stations, or delay in being relieved for want of substitute, shall not affect the seniority of the member concerned. (3) The relative seniority intef-se of members recruited directly and through promotion shall be determined according to the rotation of vacancies between direct recruits and promotees which shall be based on the quota of vacancies reserved for direct recruitment and promotion respectively in these rules Explanation : A roster shall be maintained on the reservation for direct recruitment and promotion under ; these rules. The first point shall go to the promotee followed by the direct recruit. (4) The seniority of a person not covered by the foregoing provisions shall be determined ad-hoc by the Appointing authority in consultation with the Establishment Department, Government of Sikkim. 28. Residuary matters.— Unless otherwise specified and in so far as they are not inconsistent with provisions of the Act, the matters for which no provision is laid down in these rules, shall be regulated by the rules and orders issued by the Government from time to time and are applicable to the corresponding ranks of the Sikkim Police Force. 29. Power to relax.— Where the Government i: of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient so to do, it may, by order, for reasons to be recorded in writing, relax any of the provisions of these rules with respect of any class or category of persons or posts. 30. Saving.— Nothing in these rules shall affect any reservations and other concessions required to be provided for the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes and other Special categories of persons in accordance with the orders issued by the Government from time to time in this regard.
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SD/-( D. K. GAJMER ) Secretary to the Govt, of Sikkim Establishment Department.

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SCHEDULE - I
(See Rule 4 & 5)

COMPOSITIONS, STRENGTH AND SCALE OF PAY OF THE FORCE
Sl.No. Name of the Post No. of Post Total Scale of Pay

_______________________________________________ _______________________
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) _____________________________________________________________________________________________ I. Commandant (S.P.) 2. Assistant Commandant (Addl.S.P.) 3. Adjutant (Dy. S.P.) 4. Quartermaster (Inspector) 5. Mechanical Transport officer (Inspector) 6. Company Commander (Dy. S.P.) 1 1 1 1 1 4
9

One ior each Battalion ,

1 1 1 1 1 4
9

I PS SPS SPS 1820-3200 1820-3200 • SPS

H.Q. Coy. 6 Service Coys. 7. Inspector of Police 8. 9. 10. 11. Sub-Inspector of Police Head Constable Naik Lance Naik 3 1 12 12 15 72 11
3 2 1 1 1 134

6 18 30 54 5-4 540 66
18 12 6 6 6 816

9 19 42 66 69 612 77
21 14 7 7 7 950

1820-3200 1320-2040 1030-1680 910-1290 910-1290 975-1550 910-1290 975-1550
840-1200 800-1060 825-1075 825-1075 825-1075

12. Constable 13. Driver
14- Cook 15 16. 17. 18. Sweeper Dhobi Barber Cobbler

(Matric) (UnderMatric)

The Commandant may make the following appointments from amongst the above sanctioned strength :(1) Company 2 IC (Inspector) 16 7 (2) Tearsmoke PI. Comdr. (Inspector) 1 1 (3) Signal PI. Comdr. (Inspector) 1 1 (4) Band PI. Comdr. (Sub. Inspector) 1 1 (5) PI. Comdr. (S.I.) 18 18 (6) Bn. Havildar Major (Head Constable) 1 1 (7) Coy. Havildar Major (Head Constable) 1 6 7 (8) Bn. Quartermaster (Head Constable) 1 1 (9) M.T. Havildar 1 1 (10) Coy. Quartermaster (Head constable) 1 6 7 (11) Tearsmoke PI. Havildar 4 4 (12) Signal PI. Havildar 4 4 (13) Platoon 2 IC (Head Constable) 18 18

SCHEDULE-II _

SCHEDULE -II _
___________ (See rule - 6) (See rule - 6) SI. Name of Post No. (i) (2) ~ Method of recruitment Age & Physical Standard for direct recruitment (4) Minimum educational qualification required for direct requitment (5) Source and eligibility conditions foi promotion (6) If a Committee exists, what is its composition. (7).

(3)

SI. Name of Post Method of recruitment Age & Physical Standard Minimum educational Source and eligibility If a Committee exists, No. for direct recruitment qualification required conditions foi promotion what is its composition. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ for direct requitment (1) (2) (3) (4) (S) (6) (7) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ oi. Constable 100% by d iiec t Not less than 18 years At least Class VIII Not applicable Three Senior Officers recruitment and not above 22 years pass of the Force nominated Height-Not less than 1.60 by the Commandant, metres. Chest-Normal 82 cms. with a minimum expanssion of 6 cms. 02. Lance Naik 100% by promotion Not applicable Not applicable Constable with not less than 2 years service in an active Company. Not applicable —do—

oi.

Constable

100% by diiect recruitment

Not less than 18 years and not above 22 years Height-Not less than i.6o metres. * Not applicable

At least Class VIII pass

Three Senior Officers of the Force nominated by the Commandant,

03.

Naik

•

ioo</by promotion

Not applicable

Lance Naik with not less than one year service as Lance Naik. —do— —do—

04.

Havildar

100% by promotion

Not applicable

Not applicable

Naiks with not less than two years service as Naik, and must

have passed at least School Final exam (CIESS X) of a recognised Board. NOTE: The condition of educational qualification shall be kept in abeyance till the end of 1992. 05. Sub-Inspector (i) 50% by direct recruitment Not less than 18 years and not above 25 years. Senior Secondary Examinationor equivalent of a recognised Board Not applicable — Commandant and two senior officersof the Force nominated by l.G.P.

(ii) 100% by promotion

Not applicable (a) Havildar with not less than five years service as Havildar and must have passed at least

School final Exam . (Class- x) of a recognised Board. (b) Should hav e attanded and passed platon connanders coures. NOTE: The condition of educational qualification shall be Kept in abeyance till the end of 1992.

-■>. >

100% by promotion

Not applicable

Not applicable

(a) Sub-Inspector with not less than of years service as SubJnspector. (b) Should have attended and passed the traning prescribed for Company 2 IC. NOTE;: The condition of educational qualification shall be kept in;abeyance; till the end of 1992.

As per .rule 8

(DSP)

100% by transfer on deputation 100% by transfer on deputation —

Members of the Sikkim State Police Service. Members of the Sikkim State Police Service. .-. P o l

SP)

mmandant 100 % by transfer on deputation

10. Commandant (SP) (Cadre post of India

ice Service).

Members of the Sikkim State Police Service.

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» RECRUITMENT ROLL
i, No

APPENDIX —I (See Rule n) •

................................................ Name..................................................... Father's Name...................................................... Warning:If after enrolment it is found that you have given a wilfully false answer to any of the following questions or suppressed any material fact, you will be liable to punishment ai provided in the Sikkim Armed Police Act or rules made thereunder. 1. What is your name ? ...................................................... 2.. What is your father's name ?....................., , .......................... 3. What is your mother's name?........................................................... Photograph 4. Are vou married ? .............. ,.................................... of the Candidate 5. If so, what is your wife's name 6. If answer to question 4 is 'yes', have you got children 7. If so, give their names and age:a) b)

c)
8. What is your religion?............................................................................. 9. What is your permanent address ?........................................................... a) Village ............................................. b) Post Office..................................................... c) Thana . ............................................ d) District ..................................................... 10. What is your present address? a) b) c) d) Village ............................................... Post office............................................. Thana................................................ District.............................................

11. Give particulars of places where you have resided for more than one year at a time during the last five years. FROM To Residential address (Village, Post Office.Thana)

12.

Have you ever lived out of India ? If so, give particulars of the places of stay. FROM TO Residential address

13.

What is the address of your father? Permanent

Present

) Village ........................................... b) Post Office .......................

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What is the place of birth (village, distt., and State) of: a) Yourself ............................. ............................. .... : b) Your wife.................... ........................... ............. 17. What is your date of birth? a) In figures ......................................................................... b) In words ................................................................... (Note:- to be supported by a birth certificate) 18. Are you a member of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe? (If yes, state the name thereof, and attached certificate in support) 19. What are your educational qualifications ? (to be supported by copies of certificates-) Name and address of School/college Date of entering Date of Leaving Examination Passed Class/Division secured

j

2o. Had you been employed anywhere previously? If so, give details:Designation From To Name of the office/institution. Reasons for leaving the service

21. Are you a deserter from the Defence Services or any Police Organisation?...................................................................................... 11. Have you ever been prosecuted, kept under detention, or bound down, convicted by a Court of law for any offence, or disqualified by any Public Service Commission from appearing at its examination

26. Are you willing to be enrolled to the Sikkim Armed Police ? 27 Are you aware that you will be enrolled under the Sikkim Armed Police Act, 1981 ?

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I certify that the answers furnished by me above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and I have not suppressed any material fact. I have answered the questions after fully understanding their meaning. I am aware that in the event of any of the answers given above by me being proved false, I am liable to punishment under the Sikkim Armed Police Act, 1981and rules -made thereunder.

(Left hand thumb impression of the candidate). Identity Certificate (to be signed by any of the following officers. a) A gazetted officer jof the State or Central Govt. b) c) d) A member of Parliament or Sikkim Legislative Assembly. Principal/Headmaster of a recognised educational institution. A Postmaster.

Signature of candidate....... ...................... Date: .......................................

Certified that I have known Shri............................................................ ......................... ............ S/o ......................................... ........................................................... (whose photograph is given on page I) for the past.............................. ..................... years and ............ . ...................... .months. There is nothing to militate against his appointment in the Sikkim Armed Police. The particulars furnished by the candidate in this attestation form are correct.

if:\.:',(\

Place Date Office seal Medical fitness certificate

(Signature) Name: Designation:

I do hereby certify that I have examined Shri .................................................................. ..................... whose photograph is affixed at page I, and cannot discover that he hajs any disease (communicable or otherwise), constitutional weakness or bodily infirmity (except ...................................... . ) a disqualification for employment in the Sikkim Armed Police. His age, according to his statement is.................................................................. .years, and by appearance about ..............................................years. Indentification marks:1.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. , V I do not consider this

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Appendix - II _____________ (See Sub-rule (I) of Rule 14) Oath / affirmation to be taken on Attestation I,...........................................................................................................swear by Almighty God/solemnly affirm that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to India and to the Constitution of India as by law establised, that I will uphold the sovereignty and integrity of India, and that I shall honestly, loyally and impartially serve ia tke Sikkim Armed Police, and that I shall observe and obey all commands of any officer »et over me.

Date :........................

Signature ..........

The above oath/affirmation was taken and signed in my presence by Shri......................... , on this ..... .............................................................. day of...................................................19

Date:..... .............. .........

(Signature of the attesting officer). Name ................. Rank .........................

Record of Punishment

Appendix - III (See Rule - 20)

No ................... • Rank........................ Name.................................... .Sheet No ................
Sl. Date No. Brief description of the offence/misconduct etc. Punishment awarded by Details of the Punishment awarded Signature Remarks

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Appendix - IV ____________ (See Rule - 2 5)

Discharge Certificate ..................... Name

No .......................... Rank Village............... District................... Post Office

Thana Father's Name. Fath er's Date of discharge Name ................................................................

Date of enrolment.................................. Reasons for discharge ............................... Date o birth....................................... Identification marks (1) ..........................
(2) ....................

Whether fit for further employment

(b) in Civil

s6. 7-

(a)

in Police.....................................

Character ........................................ Number of rewards received....... Medals/decorations received .....................

8.

Achievements in sports etc.
.................................................................................................................................................................................................... ..............

General assessment.-........................................................ .......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... ............................................................
................................................................................................................................................ . .

( Signature of th« Commandant)

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Appendix - V (See Sub-rule (I) of Rule - 26) ■V C O N F I D E N T I A L R E P O R T FOR S I K K I M ARMED P O L I C E CONFIDENTIAL REPORT FOR SIKKIM ARMED POLICE PERSONNEL (HEAD CONSTABLES AND BELOW INCLUDING CONSTABLES) Name of the member reported upon Report for the year/period ending.. PART-I
PERSONAL DATA Name

.Post .

1. of : 2, Date of enrolment : Date of 3. birth : Height : Chest : 4- Date of continuous appointment to

present rank Present post and date of appointment thereto Date ................................ Period of absence from duty (on leave, training etc during the year)

Weight Waist :

Date.

PART - II (to be filled in by therReporting'Officer) I. Brief description of duties performed by the member during the period/year of reporting. J. Particulars of training courses undergone during the period. 3. Medals, rewards or commendations received during the period. 4i Extra-curricular activities/achievements during the period. f| Comment upon his (a) ability to grasp an order, briefing or instruction (b) willingness to carry out orders., (c) Aptitude to learn (d) ability to systematise his work (e) ability to reflex action (f) communication skill (i) oral (2) in writing relationship with (a) „ superiors (b) colleagues (c( subordinates ( for HCs only ) (d) with the public including office staff. How (a) (b) (c) (d) does he fare in a team work ? takes active part, to make the work as success as possible. just does what he is ' asked to do inactive, but makes his presence at the site in addition to showing enthusiasm in the team work, he also inspires hi* team-mates to do well

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(c) (d) maintenance of kit Standard of Parade. (i)

with ams (ii) without arms (e) drill 12. How docs he like to spend his spare time? 1 3. How does he fare in recreational activities (a) Outdoor activities (b) (c) (a) Indoor activities Other recreational activities. Is he regular and prompt in attending parades and drills, games etc. ?

14.

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

(b) Comment upon aptitude for security and cleanliness of (i) arms and ammunitions (ii) Other Govt. stores. Can he withstand pressure and stress ? Have you noticed any points, on which he has to gain more improvement ? If so, please mention in detail. Does he have anv special attitude/ability, which you would like to mention ! If so, give details. Do you consider him fit for any speical task or appointment ? If so, mention in brief. Based on his performance during the period of report, do you consider him fit for promotion if his turn is otherwise due ? If not, detailed reason should be given. Comment upon his state of health. Integrity. (If not certified, detailed reasons to be given). Would you like to comment upon any other point, not covered by the above remarks ? If so, give details. Grading (score out that are not applicable) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) "Outstanding" Very good Good Above average Average Below average. "Outstanding" to be given in very exceptional cases, for which detailed justification is to be given). Signature Date Name . .

(Note :-

Designation: PART-III REMARKS OF THE REVIEWING OFFICER 24.. Length of service under you
25. 26. 27. Do you agree with the remarks of the Reporting Officer ? If not, give details. ,

General remarks if any other than those reported in Part II, which you would like to highlight. Grading (vide para 23) Signature Date Name Designation PART-IV

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Appendix -VI (See Sub-rule (I)(ofRule 26) CONFIDENTIAL R E P O R T FOR SIKKIM ARMED POLICE OFFICERS (SUB-INSPECTOR AND ABOVE)
Name of the Officer : Report for the year/period ending

PART-I
PERSONAL DATA

(To be filled by the Officer Reported upon) Name of officer : Date of enrolment: Date of Birth : Height : Weight : Chest : Waist : 5. Date of continuous appointm Date............... to present rank 6. Present post and date of appointment thereto Date......... 7. Period of absence from duty (on leave, training etc. during the year). 1. 2. 3. 4.

Rank.................... Post......................

PART-II
TO BE FILLED BY THE OFFICER REPORTED UPON) 1. Brief description of duties performed during the year/period of reporting 2. Particulars of training courses undergone during the year. 3 Medals rewards or commendations received during the year.

. '

PART-III TO BE FILLED BY THE REPORTING AUTHORITY) 1. Attitude to work (Please comment on the extent to which the officer is dedicated and motivated and on his willing' ness and initiative to learn and systematise his work) 2. Decision-making ability (Please comment on the quality of decision - making and on ability to weigh pros and cons of alter natives). . . 3. Initiative (Please comment on the capacity and resourcefulness of the officer in handling unforeseen situations

7. Relations with the public (Please comment on the officer's accessibility to the public and responsiveness to their needs).

Personnel Management (Please Comment on the officer's willingness to assume responsibility,-organising capacity, quality of leadership ability to provide timely and proper guidance and regard for training and development of subordinates) 9. works (b) group activities (c) parade and drill Effectiveness in maintaining discipline among the subordinates. Interest in Policemen's welfare and their families (Please comment on any tangible work done in this regard ) Effectiveness in supervising (a) operational

8.

10. 11.

12.

Aptitude and potential (Please indicate three fields of work from amongst the following for possible specialisation and career development of the officer) General Administration Personnel Administration Training Planning Staff duties . Musketry Anti-dacoity/counter insurgency operations, . Security (including VIP, Airport and Industrial Security) Special Units/Tech. Services like Wireless, Scientific Aids. Computer Services etc. Any other field of work (Please specify)

i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) 13.
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TRAITS/SPECIAL ABILITIES i) General bearing and personality : ii) Sociability ; iii) Dedication to duty : iv) Appreciation of situations and quickness of response : v) vi) Attention to detail : Ability to Ability to take a principled stand : Any other traits/special abilities of the officer other than those mentioned above : GENERAL

withstand pressure/stress : vii) viii)

PART - IV
14. State of Health (Please mention whether the officer is over-weight or under-weight and whether he is fit for field duties)

15. Integrity , • 16. General Assessment Any action/aspect heeding special mention. (Please give an overall assessment of the officer with reference to his/her strength and short comings and also by drawing attention to qualities, if any, not covered.by the entries- above)

REMARKS OF THE REVIEWING AUTHORITY 1. Length of service under you : 2. Are you satisfied that the reporting authority has made''his report with due care and attention and after taking into account all the relevant material ?
' , ' ■> ' ' .■

3. Do you agree with the assessment of the officer given by the reporting authority ? (In case of disagreement, please specify the reasons : . " ' ' ' Is there anything you wish to modify or add ? )
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(

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4.

General remarks with specific comments about the general remarks given by the reporting authority ! and remarks about meritorious work of the officer.

5. Has the officer any special characteristics and for any abilities which would justify his selection for special assignment of' out of turn promotion ? If so, please specify.
**" ■.

6. Grading

-

.

(Outstanding/Very Good/Good/Average/below average) (An officer should not be graded, outstan- ding unless exceptional qualities and performance have been noticed. grounds for giving such a grading should be clearly brought out).

Signature of the Reviewing Authority Date : Name in block letters Designation (during the period of report)

PART-VI

I

REMARKS OF THE ACCEPTINIG AUTHORITY

Signature of the accepting authority : Date : Name in Capital letters Designation : . ( during the- period of report) PRINTED AT THE SIKKIM GOVERNMENT PRESS, GANGTOK.

SIKKIM GAZETTE
GOVE RNM ENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

Gangtok Tuesday, February 27, 1990 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No 51 (6) Home/83/8 0. NOTIFICATION

No. 23

Dated 12th February, 1990.

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 4 (d) of the Sikkim Khadi an-Village Industries Board Act of 1978 and in partial modification of Notification No. 16(8) DI/88-89 /3529 dated 4.11.88 to the extent relevant, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint Shri Sailesh Chandra Pradhan as Member Secretary of the Sikkim Khadi and Village Industries Board for a further period of 5 years w.e-f. 22nd March, 1990.

By Order

SIKKIM
GOVERMENT

GAZETTE

EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Friday, March 2, 1990
No. 24

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.35(127)88-89/55/RDD. Dated Gangtok, the 13th February 1999. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the power conferred by Section 19(1) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982, resignation tendered by Shri Dawa Tshering Lepcha a member from Suntalay (Sadam of 15 Suntalay Sadam Gram Panchayat, is hereby accepted with immediate effect.

By Order.

PRINTED AT SIKKIM GOVERNMENT PRESS, GANGTOK.

SIKKIM
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GOVERNME NT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Friday, March 2, 1990

GAZETTE

• i

i

No. 25

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No:35(98)8889/56/RDD Dated Gangtok, the 13th February, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In exercise of power conferred by Section 19 (1) of the Sikkira Panchayat, Act, 1982 resignation tendered by Shri Chuden Lepcha a member from Lingthem (Paneng) ward of 5 Lingthem-Lingdem Gram Panchayat is hereby accepted with immediate effect.

By Order.

P. K. PRADHAN, IAS Commissioner-cum-Secretary, And Director of Panchayat Election

SIKKIM GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Friday, March 2, 1990 No. 26

GAZETTE

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 36(l)Home/87/85. NOTIFICATION The Government of Sikkim announce with profound sorrow the passing away of Shri Dorjee Dahdul, former Chief Secretary of Sikkim at his residence at Gangtok on 8th February, 1990. As a mark of respect to the departed soul, all State Government offices and educational institutions shall remain closed throughout the State of Sikkim on Monday, 5th March, 1990, the day of the funeral. Dated 1st March, 1990.

By Order,

K. C. PRADHAN Chief Secretary

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GOVER N M E N T

GAZETTE

EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Tuesday, March 6, 1990.
GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Notification No. 117/H Dated Gangtok the 8th February 1990.

No. 27

Election Commission of India's Notification No. 56/89(9) is hereby republished for information.

ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA NEW DELHI Dated the 24th January, 1990 Magha 4,1911 (Saka).
NOTIFICATION No.56/89(9). WHEREAS on an application made to it for recognition by the 'Bahujan Samaj Party', a registered unrecognised party, the Election Commission of India is satisfied that as a result of said party's poll performance at the General Election to the House of the People, 1989, from the State of Punjab, the said party is entitled for recognition as a State Party in the State of Punjab in terms of Paragraph 6 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968: AND WHEREAS the Election Commission has decided to recognise the 'Bahujan Samaj Party' as a State Party in the State of Punjab and to reserve the symbol 'Elephant' for the said party in that State; AND WHEREAS on an application made to it by the 'Plains Tribals Council of Assam', a recognised State Party in the State of Assam for the change of its reserved symbol 'Cultivator cutting crop' to "Rising Sun' the Election Commission of India is satisfied and has decided to change said party's reserved symbol to 'Rising Sun'; AND WHEREAS the following organisations namely 1. Bhartiya Krantikari Swatantra Jan Parishad 1. Bhartiya Krantikari Swatantra Jan Parishad 2. Bira Oriya Party 2. Bira Oriya Party 3. Pichchadavarg Samaj Party 3. Pichchadavarg Samaj Party 4. Chattisgarh Mukti Morcha 4 5.. Tamilaga Janata . 6 Akhil Bhartiya Socialist Party 7. Bhartiya Backward Party 8. Akhil Bhartiya Janhit Jagriti Party C h a

6. Akhil Bhartiya Socialist Party 7. Bhartiya Backward Party 8. Akhil Bhartiya Janhit Jagriti Party 9. Bhartiya Sangathit Nagrik Party 10. Rashtriya Pragtisheel Morcha 11. Akhil Bhartiya Revolutionary Shoshit Samaj Dal 12. Insaf party Poorvanchal Rashtriya Congress Akhil Bhartiya Revolutionary Shoshit Samaj Dal 12. Insaf party ,13. Poorvanchal Rashtriya Congress 14. Yuva Vikas Party have made applications under Section 2 9 A of the Representation of the people Act, 1951, for their registration; AND WHEREAS in view of the General Elections to the Legislative Assemblies of certain States and Union Territories due to be held in February, 1990, sufficient lime is not available to the Commission to give an o pportunity to the representatives of the said fourteen parties to present their respective cases in person Wore the Commission in terms of sub-section (7) of the said Section 29A; ;

Yuva Vikas Party ve made applications under Section 2 9 A of the Representation of the people Act, i9£i, for their registration; AND WHEREAS in view of the General Elections to the Legislative Assemblies of certain States and Union Territories due to be held in February, 1990, sufficient lime is not available to the Commission to give pportunity to the representatives of the said fourteen parties to present their respective cases in person 'ore the Commission in terms of sub-section (7) of the said Section 29A; ;

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AND WHEREAS the Commission has decided, in exercise to its powers under Article 324 of the Constitution of India and all other powers enabling it in that behalf, that the said fourteen parties, whose applications are being processed, shall be deemed to be political parties registered under said Section 29A and has, accordingly, granted provisional registration to them for the limited purpose of contesting General/Bye elections due to be held in February, 1990; AND WHEREAS on a request made by the Chief Electoral Officer, Orissa, the Commission hat decided to include seven additional symbols in the list of free symbols in the State of Orissa; NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of clauses (b), (c) and (d) of sub-pra (1) and sub-para (2) of Paragraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1963, the Election Commission of India hereby makes the following amendments in its notification No. £6/89, dated 23rd October, 1989 Published as O.N. 162 (E), in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3(iii), dated the 26th October 1989, and as amended from time to time, namely (i) In Table II of the said notification: (a) under columns (2) and (3), against entry 'Punjab' the entries '3. Bahujan Samaj Party',............ 'Elephant' (b) SHALL BE ADDED; under column (3) entry 'Cultivator cutting crop', appearing against entry' Assam................................ plains Tribals Council of Assam' SHALL BE SUBSITUTED by the entry 'Rising Sun'; the entries under columns 1 and 2 '59 Bahujan Samaj Party... . ................................New Delhi-110005 SHALL BE DELETED, and the remaining entries from 60 to 248 shall be re-numbered read as 59 to 247 respectively; under columns 1 and 2 the following entries SHALL BE ADDED at the end; "248. Bhartiya Krantikari Swatantra Jan Parishad 249. Bira Oriya Party

(ii)

In Table HI of the said notification: (a)

(b)

250

Pichchadavarg Samaj Party

2 51

Chattisgarh Mukti Morcha

252.

Tamilaga Janata

253.

Akhil Bhartiya Socialist Party

254

Bhartiya Backward Party

255

Akhil Bhartiya Janhit Jagriti Party

P.O .Dalli Rajhara, District Durg, Madhya Pradesh, Pin—491228. 17/1, 2nd Street, East Abiramapuram, Madras —4. Sitamarhi Court Dumra, District Sitamarhi, Bihar. 71, Surya Apartment, Fraser Road, Patna — 800001. Bihar. N-2o8(25 yard), Raghubir Nagar, New Delhi. B-3-B/38A, Janak Puri, New Delhi 58. Behind Irwin Hospital, Nevagam Ghed, Jamnagar, Gujarat.

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258. Akhil Bhartiya Revolutionary Shoshit Samaj Dal Vaishali Nagar, Sidneshwar Ves, At& Post Latur, T. Latur, Pincode 413 512 District Latur, Maharashtra. Insaf party 14, Janpath,
New Delhi-110001.
260.

259-

Poorvanchal Rashtriya Congress Yuva Vikas Party 11/12,

5158/XV Mehalaxmi Bldg. Behind Ramakrishna Mission, Panarganj Lane, New Delhi-110055. Ishwer Krupa Society, Trikom Nagar -2, Bembe Hanuman Road, Surat-6, Gujarat.

261.

(iii) In Table IV of the said notification: (a) against number 2. Assam, under column 2, the entry '13. Rising Sun' SHALL BE DELETED and the remaining entries from 14 to 10 shall be re-numbered as 13 to 18: (b) . against number 15. Orissa, under column 2, the following entries SHALL BE ADDED; "20 Ship 21. Deer 2 2. Peacock 32. Flaming Torch 24. Cultivator Winnowing Grain 25 Goat 26. A Woman Carrying Basket on her head" against number 16. Punjab, under column 2, the entry 17 Elephant' SHALL BE DELETED and the remaining entries from 8 to 50 shall be re-numbered as 7 to 49 respectively.

(c)

By Order,

(K.P.G. KUTTY) Secretary

(R. Wangyal) Dy. Chief Electoral Officer, Election Department, Gangtok. PRINTED AT THE SIKKIM GOVERNMENT PRESS, GANGTOK.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Notification N0.118/H Dated Gangtok, the 8th February, 1990. Election Commission of India's Notification No.56/89(10) is hereby republished for information.

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ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA Nirvachan Sadan, Ashok Road, New Delhi-110001. Magha 11,1911(S) Dated the 31st January, 1990
NOTIFICATION No.56/89-(10). - Whereas the Election Commission of India is satisfied that as a result of its performance at the general election to the House of the People, 1989 from the State Tamil Nadu, "Pattali Makkal Katchi" a registered un-recognised Political Party, is entitled for recognition as a State Party in the State of Tamil Nadu in terms of paragraph 6 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968; And whereas the Election Commission has decided to recognise the Pattali Makkal Katchi as a State Party in

the State of Tamil Nadu and reserve the symbol 'Elephant' for the said party in that State; Now, therefore, in pursuance of clauses (b) and (d) of sub-paragraph (1) and sub-paragraph (2) of pparagraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968, the Election Commission here by makes the following amendments in its notification No56/89, dated the 23rd October, 1989, published as O.N. 162(E), in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, part-II, section 3(iii), dated the 26th October, 1989, as amended from time to time, namely(ii) In Table III of the said Notification, the entries under columns 1 and 2 Katchi .......................................................................................... Tamil Nadu" 166- Pattali Makkal

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK 35(l08)88-89/57/RDD Dated Gangtok, the 13th February, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the power conferred by Section 22(1) (a) of the Sikkim Panchayat. Act, Sri Jorden Lepcha, a member from Paney Phensong (Gensol Phensong) ward is hereby removed from the member of 15 Phensong Gram Panchayat, North Sikkim with immediate effect.

By Order.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY FOOD AND CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT. GANGTOK (SIKKIM) No..6901/FCS. Dated 6-3.90. THE SIKKIM CONSUMERS PROTECTION RULES, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-rule (2) of rule 1 of the Sikkim ConsuProtection Rules, 1990, the State Government hereby appoints the fifth day of March, en hundred and ninty, as the date on which the said rules shall come into force.

T. P. SHARMA, Secretary. Food and Civil Supplies Department, Government of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY FOOD & CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT GANGTOK (SIKKIM) Ref. No. 6902/FCS. CORRIGENDUM OF NOTIFICATION Reference No. 18/FCS dated 30.1.90 published in Government Gazette No: 16 dated 22nd February, 1990. Read "the Consumers Protection Act, 1986" instead of " the Consumers Protection Act, 1980" occuring in this Department's Notification No: 18/FCS, dated 30th January, 1990 as published in the Sikkim Government Gazette Extraordinary No. 16 dated 22nd February, 1990. Dated 6.3.90.

T. P. SHARMA, Secretary, Food & Civil Supplies Department. Gangtok.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.54 (65)Home/89/1222 Dated Gangtok, the 31st January, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 4 of the Census Act, 1948(Central Act 37 of 1948 ) , ( hereinafter referred to as''the Act') the Government of Sikkim hereby appoints the following as Census-officers with designation and jurisdiction as specified herein below against each of them frespectively to* take or aid in or supervise the taking of the 1991 Census within the State of Sikkim:— . Authority appointed as Census officer. Director of Census Operations (Government of India) Deputy Director of Census Operations (Government of India) Assistant Director of Census Operations (Government of India) District Collector North District, Mangan Designation Jurisdiction

Director of Census Operations Deputy Director of Census Operations Assistant Director of Census Operations Principal Census Officer

The whole of Sikkim

-do-doThe whole of the North District except areas if any, within the jurisdiction of

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Sub-Divisional Census Officer The whole of the Chung6. Sub-Divisional Officer, thang Sub-Division except Chungthang, North District. areas if any, within the jurisdiction of the authorities mentioned at Serial Nos. 21 and those special fied to be within the jurisdiction of the army and Border roads organisations. The whole of the East Dis7. District Collector, East trict except areas, if any District, Gangtok within the jurisdiction of the authorities mentioned at Serial Nos. 20 arid those specified to be within the jurisdiction of the army and Border road s organisaPrincipal Census Officer tions. 8. Additional District Collector, East District, Gangtok. Sub-Divisional Officer Gangtok, East District

Sub-Divisional Census Officer

District Census Officer

-do-

10. Sub-Divisional Officer Pakyong, East District

11. District Collector, South District, Namchi

12. Additional District Collector, 13. South District Namchi Sub-Divisional Officer, Namchi South District

The whole of the Gangtok Sub-Division except areas, if any, Sub-Divisional Census Officer within the jurisdic-tion of the authorities mentioned at Serial Nos. 20 and those specified within the jurisdiction the army and Border roads organisations. The whole of the Pakyong sub-division except Principal Census Officer areas, if any within the jurisdiction of the authorities men-tioned at Serial NOS. 21 and those specified to be within the jurisdiction of the army and Border roads organisations. The whole of South District except areas, if within the jurisdiction of the authorities mentioned at Serial Nos. 21 and those specified to be within the jurisdiction

j u r i s d i c t i o n o f t h e a u t h o r i t i e s m e n t i o n e d a t S e r i a l N o s . 2

se- specified within the jurisdiction the army and Border roads organisations.

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Sub-Divisional Census Officer The whole of the Ravong Sub-Division except areas, if any, within the jurisdic tion of the authorities mentioned at Serial Nos. 21 and those specified to be within the jurisdiction of the army and Border roads organisations. 15. District Collector, Principal Census Officer The whole of the West Dis-trict West District, Gyalshing except areas, if any, within the jurisdiction of authorities mentioned at Serial Nos. 21 and those specified to be within the jurisdiction of the army and Border roads organisations. -do16. Additional District Collector, District Census Officer West District Gyalshing, 17. Sub-Divisional Officer, Sub-Divisional Census Officer The whole of the Gyalshing sub-division except areas, if Gyalshing, West District any within the jurisdiction of the authorities mentioned at Serial Nos. 21 and those specified to be' within the jurisdiction of the army and Border roads organisations. The whole of the Soreng sub-division except areas, 18. if any, within the jurisdicSub-Divisional Officer, Sub-Divisional Census Officer tion of the authorities menSoreng, West District tioned at Serial Nos. 21 those specified to be within the jurisdiction of the army and Border roads organisations. Areas within the territorial limits of the Gangtok Noti19. Joint Secretary, Local fied Town Area. Self Govt. & Housing Principal Census Officer Deptt. Gangtok Principal Census Officer All Forest areas of Sikkim within his jurisdiction. 20. Principal Chief Director, Bureau of Economics The whole of Sikkim, and Conservator of Forests Statistics. In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (4) of 21. Director, Bureau of 2. Economics and Statistics section 4 of the Act, the Government of Sikkim hereby delegates to the Director of Census Operations and to each of the officers designated herein-above as the Principal Census Officer, the powers of-appointing Cencus Officers, with such designation as he may specify for any local area within his respective jurisdiction, and a declaration in writing, duly signed by the apppinting authority regar-ding a Census-officer having been so appointed shall in accordance with the provisions of Sub-Section (3) of section 4 of the Act, be conclusive proof of such appointment.

14. Sub-Divisional Officer, Ravong, South District

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3. In accordance with the provision of section 8 of the Act, every census officer shall have the authority to ask all such questions from all persons within the limits of the local area for which he is appointed, as may be necessary for filling up correctly and fully all the particulars requiring to be filled in prescribed census schedules or on other forms; and every person of whom such questions are so asked, shall be legally bound to answer them to the best of his knowledge or belief. 4. The Government of Sikkim hereby authorise all the census officers appointed under the Act to canvass the census schedules as may be notified in the official Gazette at the appropriate time of the 1991 census.

K. C. PRADHAN Chief Secretary Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

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No. SLAS/8990/204/6023

Dated Gangtok, the 15th March, 1990.

In pursuance of Rule 75 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim LegislaAssembly, the Speaker has been pleased to order the pre-publication of the following Bill :SIKKIM MINISTERS, SPEAKER, DEPUTY SPEAKER AND MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY (SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES) AMENDMENT BILL, 1990 (BILL NO. I A BILL further to amend the Sikkim Ministers, Speaker, Deputy Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly (Salaries and Allowances) Act, 1977. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of Sikkim in the Forty-first le
Renublic of India as follows :-

OF 1990 )

short tittle and I. Deputy commencement (2)

(1)

This Act may be called the Sikkim Ministers, Speaker, Assembly (Salaries

Speaker and Members of the Legislative and Allowances) Amendment Bill, 1990.

It shall be deemed to have come into force with effect from the 1st day of December, 1989.

s e c t i o n ( 2

Amendment of 2. In the Sikkim Ministers, Speaker, Deputy Speaker and Members section 4. of the Legislative Assembly (Salaries and Allowances) Act, 1977, in sub-

) of section 4, for the words "four hundred rupees" the words ''three thousand rupees" shall be substituted.

4 of 1977

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STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
.• _____

The existing salaries and allowances. Council of Ministers, Speaker and Deputy Speaker were fixed as far back as in 1977. The Ministers who were not provided with official residences were provided with an allowance of Rs.4.00/- per month under the Act. This amount was meagre even by then standards arid especially so since it also included charges for electricityand water.Furthermore,over the last thirteen years no initiative has been taken to consider refixation of the said allowance. The rise in inflation, unprecedented upsurge in prices all around makes it absolutely necessary for the allowance to te be refixed at a fair and reasonable amount. In the past, due to the small size of the Ministry official residences have been provided to all Minis-ters. Now, however, the increased size of the Ministry coupled with the already existing acute shortage accommodation in the Capital, Gangtok, a situation has arisen where many of the Ministers have not been provided with residential accomodation by the Government and are staying in privately owned quarters. Under these circumstances, it has now been found neccessary to give a fair and just compensation to those Ministers not provide(d with official residence by refixing the allowance at Rs.3,000/- per month With this object in view, the Bill has been framed

N.B. BHANDARI CHIEF MINISTER

RECOMMENDATION OF THE GOVERNOR UNDER ARTICLE 207 (I) OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA.

RECOMMENDATION OF THE GOVERNOR UNDER ARTICLE 207 (I) OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA. The Governor having been informed of the subject matter of the Bill has been pleased to recommend the introduction and consideration of the said Bill by the Sikkim Legislative Assembly. FINANCIAL MEMORANDUM
The proposal will involve additional expenditure to the extent of Rs.62,400/- for the from December 1989 to March 1990 and from the financial year 1990-91 onwards the anticipated reo expenditure will be to the tune of Rs. 1,08,000/- per mensum from the Consolidated Fund of Sikkim

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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No.SLAS/204/6059/8 9-90 March 17,1990.

THE SIKKIM APPROPRIATION BILL, 1990 (BILL NO. 2 OF 1990)

A
A

BILL to provide for the authorisation of appropriation of moneys out of Consolidate Fund of the State of Sikkim to meet the amounts spent on certain services during the Financial Year ended on 31st day of March, 1983 in excess of the amounts authorised or granted for the said provide for the authorisation of appropriation of moneys out of Consolidate Fund of e State of Sikkim to meet the amounts spent on certain services during the Financial Year ded on 31st day of March, 1983 in excess of the amounts authorised or granted for the said vices. BE it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Sikkim in the Forty-first year of the Republic of India as follows — BE it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Sikkim in the Forty-first year of the Republic of India as follows — Short title.

1. This Act may be called the Sikkim Appropriation Act, 1990 2. The sums specified in column 5 of the Schedule amounting to eighty three lakhs eighty five thou sands, one hundred and forty eight rupees shall be deemed to have been authorised to be paid and applied from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim to meet the amount spent for defraying the charges in respect of the services and purposes specified in column 2 of the;: Schedule during the Financial Year ended on the 31st day of March, 1983, in excess of the amounts authorised or granted for those services and purposes for that year. 3. The sums deemed to have been authorised to be paid and applied from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim under this Act shall be appropriated and shall be deemed to have been appropriated for the services and purposes specified in the

2 THE SCHEDULE (See Section 2 and 3)

1

2

3

4

5

Demand No. Services and Purposes

Sums not exceeding Voted by the Legis- Charged on lative Assembly Consolida ted Fund Rs. Rs.

1. State Legislature Appropriation-Governor

.6 Ecclesiastical 7. Education 8. Establishment * 17,529 11. Income Tax and Sales Tax 32,661 13. Food and Civil Supplies 7,813 14. Forest and Soil Conservation

Revenue Revenue Capital 2,400 Capital Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue

64,812 2,400 247 72,59,529 17,521 32,661 7,813

.. 64,812 12,795 12,795 .. .. .. .. .. .. 247 72,59,529

24. Law

Revenue 9,49,473 .. 9,49,473 Capital 13,825 .. 13,825 Revenue 10,317 .. 10,317 Capital 13,755 .. 13,755 _________________________________________ _____ Total:— 83,72,353 12,795 83,85,148 __________________________________________ _ _ ___

STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS clause This Bill is introduced in pursuance of clause (1) of article 204 read with sub-

Finance

K. SHERAB Secretary

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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION SLAS/204/6060/89-90 Dated Gangtok the 17th March 1990.

In pursuance of the rule 75 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim Legislative Assembly, the Speaker has been pleased to order the prepublication of the following

THE SIKKIM APPROPRIATION BILL, 1990 (

BILL NO. 3 OF 1990)

BILL

to authorise payment and appropriation of certain further sums from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim for the Services of the Financial Year, 1989-90. BE it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Sikkim in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:short title. 1. This Act may be called the Sikkim Appropriation Act, 1990.

2 ..

From and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim, there may be paid and applied sums not exceeding those specified in column 3 of the Schedule amounting in

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STATEMENT OF OBJECT AND REASONS This Bill is introduced in pursuance of clause (1) of article 204 read with article 204 of the Constitution to provide for the appropriation out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim of the money required to meet the Supplementary expenditure charged on the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim and the Supplementary grants made by the Legislative Assembly for expenditure of the Government of Sikkimfor the part of Financial Year 1989-90.

N. B. BHANDARI Chief Minister and Minister-in-Charge, Finance.

By Order,

K. SHERAB Secretary,
Sikkim Legislative Assembly.

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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK No. SLAS/204/6061/89-90 Dated Gangtok, the 17th March 1990.

In pursuance of the rule 75 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in Sikkim Legislative Assembly, the Speaker has been pleased to order the pre-publication of following Bill:—
THE SIKKIM APPROPRIATION BILL, 1990 ( BILL NO. 4 OF 1930 ) A BILL to authorise payment and appropriation of certain sums from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim for the services of the Financial Year 1990-91. BE it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Sikkim in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:—

Short title. 1 . Issue of
Rs.198,86,83,000 out of the the Consolidated

This Act may be called the Sikkim Appropriation Act, 1990. From and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim, there may be paid and applied sums not exceeding those specified in column 3 of the Schedule amounting in the aggregate to the sum of one hundred and ninety eight erores, eighty six lakhs, eighty three thousand rupees towards defraying the several charges which will come in course for payment during the Financial Year 1990-91 in respect of services specified in column 2 of the Schedule.

a.

land of the State of Sikkim for the financial Year
Appropriation.

The sum authorised to be paid and applied from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim by this Act shall be appropriated for the services and purposes expressed in the Schedule in relation to the said year.

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THE SCHEDULE (See sections 2 and 3)

(In thousands of Rupees) No. of SERVICES AND PURPOSES Voted Charged on the Consolidated Fund. al Voted by the Legislatire Assembly
3

SUMS NOT EXCEEDING Tot

I

2

4

s

State Legislature AppropriationGovernor Council of Ministers 2 Administration of Justice Election Income Tax and Sales Tax Land 3 4 Revenue Stamps and Registration . Excise (Abkari) Taxes on Vehicles S 6 Other Taxes and Duties on Commodities and Services Interest Payments Public Service 7 Commission Secretariat General Services District 8 Administration Treasury and Accounts 9 11. Administration Police Jails 10 12. Stationery and Printing Public *3- Works (Building)
1.

14.

*s- Other Administrative Services
Education
18- Sports and Youth Services 19- Art and Culture 2o. Medical and Public Health
21. 22.

16. Pension and other Retirement benefits 17- Miscellaneous General Services

Water Supply and Sanitation

Urban Development 23 26. 27- Information and Publicity 24. 28. *S- Social Security and Welfare 29. Labour and Labour Welfare 30.
31- Relief on account of Natural Calamities 32- Secretariat-Social Services

Nutrition

33- Other Social Services (Ecclesiastical) 34- Agriculture 35- Soil and Water Conservation Animal 36. Husbandry
37. Dairy Development 38. Fisheries

39. Forestry and Wild Life Other Agricultural 40. Programme

41.

Food Storage and Warehousing

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2

1.
42. Co-operation 43. Rural Development 44. Irrigation and Flood Control 45...Power 46. Industries 47. Mines and Geology 48. Roads and Bridges 49. Road Transport Services 50. Other Scientific Research 51. Secretariat-Economic Services 52. Tourism 53. Aid Material and Equipments Revenue 5 54. Public Debt 55. Loans to Government Servants Revenue Capital Revenue Revenue Revenue Capital Revenue Capital Revenue Capital Revenue Capital Revenue Capital Revenue Revenue Revenue

3

4 .. ... .. •• .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. ..

s
7800 700 26750 30230 67450 161500 22805 4860a 2550 100 98330 165990 102600 20700 6oo0 7405 12045

7800 700 26750 3030 67450 161500 22805 48600 2550 100 98330 165990 102600 20700 6000 7405 12045

Revenue Capital Revenue Capital TOTAL

... .. 5610 1831821

36633 ... ... 156862

36633 ... 5610 1988683

STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
This Bill is introduced in pursuance of clause (1) of article 204 of the Constitution of India to provide for the appropriation out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim ofthe moneys required to meet the expenditure charged on the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim and ants made by the Legislative Assembly for the expenditure of the Government of Sikkim for uncial Year 1990-91.

N. B. BHANDARI Chief Minister and Minister-in-Charge, Finance.

By Order,

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NOTIFICATION

No.SLAS/204/6062/89 -90

Dated Gangtok, the 17th March, 1990.

In pursuance of the Rule 75 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim Legislative Assembly, the Speaker has been pleased to order the pre-publication of the following Bill :-

THE SIKKIM OFFICIAL LANGUAGES (AMENDMENT) BILL, 1990) (BILL No. 5 OF 1990) A BILL further to amend the Sikkim Official Languages Act, 1977. BE it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of Sikkim in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows :short title and 1. (1) This Act may be called the Sikkim Official Languages (Amend commentment ment) Act, 1990. (2) It shall come into force with effect from the 26th day of April, 1990.

Insertion of 2. In the Sikkim Official Languages Act, 1977,after section 2, the following new section 2A section shall be inserted, namely :-

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Section 2 of the Sikkim Official Languages Act, 1977 (5 of 1977), provides that with effect from such date as the State Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette appoint in this behalf, the Nepali, the Bhutia, the Lepcha and the Limbu languages shall be the languages to be used for all official purposes of the State of Sikkim. Clause (2) of article 210 of the Constitution of India empowers the State Government to make law providing for the language to be used in transaction of the business in the State Legislature beyond the period of fifteen years from the commencement of the Constitution. By virtue of the constitution (Thirty-sixth Amendment) Act, 1975 the said period of fifteen years in the case of Sikkim on 25th April, 1990. Therefore, after the above date, all business in the Legislative Assembly are to be transacted in the official languages only unless a provision for the continuous use of the English Language is made in the Act or by a separate law. Accordingly, the present Bill has been prepared to insert a new section being section 2-A after section 2 of the Sikkim Official Languages Act, 1977, providing for continuous use of the English Language in transacting the business in the Legislative Assembly of Sikkim after 20th April, 1990. This Bill seeks to achieve the above objects.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No: 35(178)88-89/63/RDD/P Dated Gangtok, the 14th March, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by Clause (h) of Section 2 of the Sikkim Panchayat Act 1982 (3 of 1982), the State Government hereby appoints the Deputy Development officer-cum-Planning Officers of East, North, South and West Districts of the State as Prescribed Authorities in their respective Districts for the purpose of the said Act.

P. K. PRADHAN, IAS Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY & VETERINARY SERVICES KRISHI BHAVAN, TADONG, GANGTOK. 737102. No. 20(ll)/86-87/4339/AH & VS. Dated: 1st March, 1990.

In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (a) of sub-section (2) of section 7 of- the Sikkim (Livestock & Livestock Products Control) Act, 1985 (Act No. 4 of 1985) read with section 29 of the Sikkim Interpretation and General Clauses Act 1977 (Act No. 6 of 1977), the State Goveinment hereby revokes the Notification No. 20/AH&VS. dated 23-7-1986 appointing the Sikkim Livestock Development Corporation as the agent to deal in the trade & commerce of skin & hides with immediate effect.

T.T. DORJI. I..A.S Secretary to the Govt.of Sikkim, Department of Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services Krishi Bhavan, Tadong, Gangtok.

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GOVERNMENT OF. SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Notification No. 3(124)LD/89/5/90. Dated the 20th February, 1990.

In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (1) of article 165 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appo ni Shri Vepa P. Sarathi, Senior Advocate, o be Advocate General for the State of Sikkim wiih immediate effect. His terms of appointment shall be governed by Notification No-6(7)Home/83, dated the 15th June, 1983, as amended from lime to time.

B.R. PRADHAN, Secretary to the Government of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Monday, March 26, 1990.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT No. 5(3) HOME/90/81. Dated Gangtok, the 21st February, 1990.

NOTIFICATION

The Government of Sikkim is hereby pleased to extend the date of submission of report of the Commission of Enquiry notified vide Notification No 6/Home/89 dated 10th November, 1989 by a further period upto 10th April 1990.

K. C. PRADHAN Chief Secretary Government of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM INCOME & SALES TAX DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. tification No. 4(48)IT&ST/87/860 Dated Gangtok, the 20th March, 1990.

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (5) of section 8 of the Central i Tax Act, 1956 (Central Act 74 of 1956) the State Government being satisfied th^t it is ssary so do in the public interest, hereby revokes the Notification No. 1812-500/ST dated 1:5th March 1983 and all subsequent Notifications on the subject and directs that central tax at the rate of two per cent- on his turnover by any dealer having his place of busines e State of Sikkim, in respect of the sale of cardamom (Bada Cardamom grown in Sikkim) him in the course of inter State trade or commerce, shall be payabale with effect from the day of March, 1990. The tax referred to in clause (1) shall be payable before the cardamon is removed the state

G. P. PRADHAN Secretary, Finance Income and Sales Tax Department Government of Sikkim.

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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Saturday, March 31, 1990. Gangfok Saturday, March 31, 1990.

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT .No.Elec. 128/8788/Vol.II/267. Dated Gangtok, the 26th March, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In pursuance of rule 83 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982, the names of members elected to the Gram Panchayat wards mentioned against their names for which Bye- Elections were held as per Notification No.35 (10)-88-89/59/RDD/P dated 16th February, 1990issued by the Director of Panchayat Elections. Unit No. and name of Name of ward Name of elected members ______________________________________________________________ _________ Gram Panchayat

District

10 Tsungthang 1. Tsungthang Shri. Zerung Lepcha 5 Lingthem-Lingdem 1. Lingthem (Paneng) Shri. Tibu Lepcha 15. Phensong 1. Paney-Phensong Shri. Dawa Tshering (Gensol Phensong) Lepcha 15. Sadam Suntaley 3. Suntaley (Sadam) Shri. Bishnu Prasad Karki South 10. Singyang Chongrung 3. Naku Shrimati Chung Chung West

North North North

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT No..36(1) HOME/87/89. NOTIFICATION The Government of Sikkim announce with profound sorrow the passing away of Kashiraj Pradhan, former Senior Executive Councillor of Sikkim at his residence at Gangtok on Saturday, 31st March, 1990 at 2000 hrs. As a mark of respect to the departed soul, all State Government offices and ational institutions shall remain closed throughout the State of Sikkim on Monday, 2nd April, 1990, the day of the funeral. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990.

By Order.

K. C. PRADHAN Chief

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. No.953/Gen/ Est.
NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor is pleased to make the following rules, namely:Short title, commencement and application __________ (1) (2) (3) These rules may be called the Sikkim-Police Force (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1989. They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official Gazette. These rules shall apply to a Police Officer serving the Government or on deputation with the Central Government or any other State Government or on foreign service to a company, corporation, organisation or a local authority:

Dated Gangtok, the 27th March 1990.

Provided that nothing in these rules shall apply to a Police Officer who is a member of the Indian lice service or any other Police Officer serving the Government on deputation from the Central Government or from any other State Government. Definitions ___ In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,(a) "Appointing Authority" in relation to a Police Officer means,(i) the authority empowered to make appointments to the post which the Police Officer for the time being holds; or (ii) the authority which appointed the police officer to the said post; or (iii) the authority empowered to make appointments to the Service of which the police officer is for the time being a member or to, the Grade of the Service in which the police officer is for the time being included, as the case may be. (b) "Commission" means the Sikkim Public Service Commission; (c) "Disciplinary authority" means the authority competent under these rules to impose on a police officer

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of the Sikkim Vigilance Police, whether for the time being such a person is serving on deputation with the affairs of the Central Government or on any other State Government or is on foreign service to a company, corporation, organisation or a local authority; (f) "Schedule" means the Schedule appended to these rules. 3. Penalties.- Without prejudice to the provision of any law, or any special orders for the time being in force, the following penalties may, for good and sufficient reasons, be imposed on any police officer, namely (i) Punishment drill not exceeding seven days; (ii) Extra Guard duty; (iii) Confinement to quarters for a term not exceeding 15 days, with or without punishment drill, extra guard, fatigue or other duty; (iv) Fine to any amount not exceeding a month's basic pay; (v) Removal from any office of distinction or special emolument; (vi) Deprivation of good conduct pay; (vii) Censure; (viii) Withholding of promotion; (ix) Recovery from his pay of the whole or part of any pecuniary loss caused by him to the Govern-ment by negligence or breach of orders; (x) Withholding of increments of pay; (xi) Reduction to a lower stage in the time scale of pay for a specified period, with further dir tions as to whether or not the police officer will earn increments of pay during the period of such reduction and whether on the expiry of such period, the reduction will or will have the effect of postponing the future increments of his pay; (xii) Reduction to a lower time-scale of pay, grade, post or Service which shall ordinarily be a to promotion of the police officer to the time scale of pay, grade, post or Service from which he was reduced, with or without further directions regarding conditions of restoration to grade or post or Service from which the police officer was reduced and his seniority and on such restoration to that grade, post or Service; (xiii) Compulsory retirement; (xiv) Removal from service which shall not be a disqualification for future employment under Government; (xv) Dismissal from service which shall ordinarily be a disqualification for future employment under the Government, Provided that(a)

penalties specified in clauses (i) to (iii) may be imposed only to Head Constables, Naiks and Constables ; (b) the amount of fine imposed on a Head Constable, Naik or Constable under clause (iv) shall not exceed 7 days' basic pay in the course of a month.ar Note:The amount of fine should be recovered in cash and credited to the Police Welfare Fund. The recoveries should not appear in the Establishment Pay Bills. Explanation.The following shall not amount to a penalty within the meaning of this rules, namely:-(i) withholding of increments of a Police officer for his failure to pass any departmental examina-tion in accordance with the rules or orders governing the service to which he belongs or post which he holds or the terms of his appointment; (ii) stoppage of a police officer at the efficiency bar in the time-scale of pay on the ground of his unfitness to cross the bar; (iii) non-promotion of a Police officer whether in a substantive or officiating capacity after consi-deration of his case to a Service, grade or post for promotion to which he is eligible; (vi) reversion of a police officer officiating in a higher Service, grade or post to a lower Service, grade or post on the ground that he is considered to be unsuitable for such higher service, grade or post or on any administrative ground unconnected with his conduct; (v) reversion of a police officer appointed on probation to any other Service, grade or post to his permanent Service, grade or post during or at the end of the period of probation in

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(vii) termination of the services(a) of a police officer appointed on probation, during or at the end of the period of his probation in accordance with the terms of his appointment or the rules and orders governing such probation; or (b) of a temporary police officer appointed on temporary basis under the orders of the appointing authority; or (c) of a police officer, employed under an agreement, in accordance with the terms of such agreement.

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4. Disciplinary authority:- (i) The Governor may impose any of the penalties specified in rule 3, bject to limitations indicated therein, on any police officer.

(2) Without prejudice to the provisions of sub-rule , any of the penalties specified in rule 3, subject to limitations indicated therein, may be imposed on a police officer by the disciplinary auth'ority specified in the Schedule in this behalf. 5. Procedure for imposing penalties specified in clauses (i) to (iii) of rule 3.(1) The disciplinary authority may impose on a police officer of and including the rank of Head Constable and below any of the penalties specified in clauses (i) to (iii) of rule 3 summarily. The police officer concerned shall be called by the disciplinary authority to appear before him and when he appears, the particulars of allegations shall be stated to him by the disciplinary authority and he shall be asked to state ether he pleads guilty or has any defence to make. (2) If the police officer pleads guilty, the disciplinary authority may pass order imposing on the quent any one of penalties aforesaid. If the Police officer does not plead guilty the disciplinary authority record the substance of the evidence and a finding with a brief statement of the reasons therefor, and if the disciplinary authority finds the police officer guilty, he shall make appropriate order imposing any one the penalties aforesaid. Procedure for imposing penalties specified in clauses (iv) to (x) of rule 3. (1) Subject to the provisions of sub-rule 26 of rule 7, no order imposing on a police officer any of penalties specified in clauses (iv) to (x) of rule 3 'hall be made except after(a) informing the police officer in writing of the proposal to take action against him and of the imputations of misconduct or misbehaviour on which it is proposed to be taken, and giving him reasonable opportunity of making such representation as he may wish to make against the proposal; holding an inquiry in the manner laid down in sub-rules 3 to 22 of rule 7 in every case in which the disciplinary authority is of the opinion that such enquiry is necessary; taking the representation, if any submitted, by the police officer under clause (a) and the record of inquiry, if any, held under clause (b) into consideration; recording a finding of such imputation of misconduct or misbehaviour; and consulting the Commission where such consultation is necessary.

(b) (c) (d) (e)

(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in clause (b) of sub-rule 1, if in a case it is proposed after considering the representation, it any, made by the police Officer under clause (a) of that sub-rule to withhold increments of pay and such withholding of increments is likely to affect adversely the amount of pension payable police Officer or to withhold increments of pay for a period exceeding three years or to withhold incre-of pay with cumulative effect for any period an inquiry shall be held in the manner laid down in sub-rules 2 of rule 7, before making any order imposing on the police officer such penalty. (3) The record of the proceedings in such case shall include(a) a copy of the intimation to the police officer of the proposal to take action against him (b) a copy of the statement of imputation of misconduct or misbehaviour delivered to him; (c) his representation, if any;

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7. Procedures for imposing penalties specified in clauses (xi) to (xv) of rule 3.(1) No order imposing any of the penalties specified in clauses (xi) to (xv) of rule 3 shall be made except after an inquiry held, as far as may be, in the manner provided in this rule. (2 Whenever the disciplinary authority is of the opinion that there are grounds for inquiring into the truth of any imputation of misconduct or misbehaviour against a police officer, it may itself inquire into or appoint an authority to inquire into the truth thereof. Explanation.- Where the disciplinary authority, itself holds the inquiry, anv reference in sub-rule 7to sub-rule 20 and in sub-rule 22 to the inquiring authority shall be construed as a reference to the disciplinary authority. (3) Where it is proposed to hold an inquiry against a police Officer, the disciplinary authority shall draw up or cause to be drawn up (i) the substance of the imputations of misconduct or misbehaviour into definite and distinct articles of charge; (ii) a statement of the imputations of misconduct or misbehaviour in support of each article of charge, which shall contain (a) a statement of all relevant facts including any admission or confession made by the police officer; (b) a list of documents by which and a list of witnesses by whom, the articles of charge are proposed to be sustained. (4) The disciplinary authority shall deliver or cause to be delivered to the police officer a copy of the articles of charge, the statement of the imputations of misconduct or misbehaviour and a list of documents and witnesses by which each article of charge is proposed to be sustained and shall require the police officer to submit, within such time as may be specified, a written statement of his defence and to state whether he desires to be heard in person. (5) (a) On receipt of the written statement of defence the disciplinary authority may itself inquire into such of the articles of charge as are not admitted, or, if it considers it necessary so to do, appoint under sub-rule 2 an inquiry authority for the purpose, and where all the articles of charge have been admitted by the police officer in his written statement of defence, the disciplinary authority shall record its findings on each charge after taking such evidence as it may think fit and shall act in the manner laid down in under sub-rule 25. (b) If no written statement of defence is submitted by the police officer, the disciplinary under authority may itse'lf inquire into the articles of charge or may, if it considers it necessary so to do, appoint sub-rule 2 an inquiring authority for the purpose. (c) Where the disciplinary authority itself inquires into any article of charge or appoints an inquiring authority for holding an inquiry into such charge, it may, by an order, appoint a police officer or a legal practitioner, to be known as the Presenting Officer to present on its behalf the case in support of the article of charge. (6) authority The disciplinary authority shall, where it is not the inquiring authority, forward to the inquiring

a copy of the articles of charge and the statement of the imputations of misconduct or behaviour; a copy of the written statement of defence, if any, submitted by.the police officer; (ii) (iii) a copy of the statement of witnesses, if any, referred to in sub-rule 3; (iv) evidence proving the delivery of documents referred to in sub-rule 3 to the police officer; a copy of the order appointing the Presenting Officer. (v) (7) The police officer shall appear in person before the inquiring authority on such day and within ten working days from the date of receipt by him of the articles of charge and the statement of imputations of misconduct or misbehaviour as the inquiring authority may, by a notice in writing, spe in this behalf, or within such further time, not exceeding ten days, as the inquiring authority may allow.

(i)

(8) The police officer may take the assistance of any other police officer to present the case on behalf but may not engage a legal practitioner for the purpose unless the Presenting Officer appointed by disciplinary authority is a legal practitioner, or the disciplinary authority, having regard to the circumstances of the case, so permits.

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(9) If the police officer who has not admitted any of the articles of charge in his written statement of defence or has not submitted any written statement of defence, appears before the inquiring authority, such authority shall ask him whether he is guilty or has any defence to make and if he pleads guilty to any of the articles of charge, the inquiring authority shall record the plea, sign the record and obtain the signature of the police officer thereon. (10) The inquiring authority shall return a finding of guilt in respect of those articles of charge to Bhich the police officer pleads guilty. (11) The inquiring authority shall, if the police officer fails to appear within the specified time or refuses or omits to plead, require the Presenting Officer to produce the evidence by which he proposes to prove the articles of charge, and shall adjourn the case to later date not exceeding thirty days after recording an order that the police Officer may, for the purpose of preparing his defence,.(i) inspect within five days of the order or within such further time not exceeding five days as the inquiring authority may allow, the documents specified in the list referred to in sub-rule 3; (ii) submit a list of witnesses to be examined on his behalf; Note.If the police officer applies in writing for the supply of copies of the statement of witnesses mentioned in the list referred to in sub-rule 3, the inquiring authority shall furnish him with ' such copies as early as possible and in any case not later than three days before the commencement of the examination of the witnesses on behalf of the disciplinary authority. (iii) give a notice within ten days of the order or within such further time not exceeding ten days as the inquiring authority may allow, for the discovery or production of any documents which are in the possession of the Government but not mentioned in the list referred to in sub-rule 3. The police officer shall indicate the relevance of the documents required by him to be discovered or produced by the Government.

Note:-

(12) The inquiring authority shall, on receipt of the notice for the discovery or production of documents, forward the same or copies thereof to the authority in whose custody or possession the document are kept, with a requisition for the production of the documents by such date as may be specified in such Provided that the inquiring authority may, for reasons to be recorded by it in writing, refuse requisition such of the documents as are, in its opinion, not relevant to the case. (13) On receipt of the requisition referred to in sub-rule 12, every authority having the custody possession of the requistioned documents shall produce the same before the inquiring authority. Provided that if the authority having the custody or possession of the requisitioned documents satisfied, for reasons to be recorded by it in writing, that the production of all or any of such documents would be against the public interest or security of the State, it shall inform the inquiring authority accordingly he inquiring authority shall, on being so informed communicate the information to the police officer and draw the requisition made by it for the production of discovery of such documents. (14) On the date fixed for the inquiry, the oral and documentary evidence by which the articles charge are proposed to be proved shall be produced by or on behalf of the disciplinary authority. The witness shall be examined by or on behalf of the Presenting Officer and may be cross-examine or on behalf of the police officer. The Presenting Officer shall be entitled to re-examine the witnesses any point on which they have been cross-examined, but not on any new matter, without the leave of the uiring authority. The inquiring authority may also put such questions to the witnesses as it thinks fit. (15) If it shall appear necessary before the close of the case on behalf of the disciplinary authority the inquiring authority may in its discretion, allow the Presenting Officer to produce evidence not included, in the list given to the police officer or may itself call for new evidence or recall and re-examine any witness and such case, the police officer shall be entitled to have, if he demands it, a copy of the list of further eviproposed to be produced and an adjournment of the inquiry for three clear days before the production

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Note- New evidence shall not be permitted or called for or any witness shall not be recalled to fill up any gap in the evidence may be called for only when there is an inherent lacuna or defect on the evidence which has been produced originally or the enquiry officer thinks that it is neccessary for just decision of the case. (16) When the case for the deciplinary authority is closed,the police officer shall be required to state his defence,orallly or in writing as he may prefer.If the defence is made orally,it shall be recorded and the police officer shall be required to sign the record.In either case,a copy of the statement of defence shall be given to the Presenting Officer,if any,appointed. (17) The evidence on behalf of the police officer shall be produced.The police officer may examine himself in his own behalf if he so prefers.The witness produced by the police officer shall then be examined and shall be liable to cross-examination and examination by the inquiring authority according to the provision applicable to the witness for the disciplinary authority. (18) The inquiring authority may after the police officer close his case,and shall, if the police officer has not examine himself,generally question him on the circumstances appearing against him in the evidence for the purpose of enabling the police officer to exploain any circumstances appearing in the evidence against him (19) The inquiring authority may,after the completion of the production of evidence,hear the Presenting Officer,if any,appointed and the police officer,or permit them to file written briefs of their respective case,if they so desire. (20) If the police officer to whom a copy of the article of charge has been delivered,does not submit the writte statement of defence on or before the date specified for the purpose ir dies bit appear in person before the inquiring authority or otherwise fails or refuse to comply with the provisions of this rule,the inquiring authority may hold the inquiry ex-part. (21) Whenever any inquiring authority ,after having heard and recorde the whole or any part of the evidence in an inquiry ceases to exercise jurisdiction therein,and is succeded by another inquiring authrity which has,and which exercises,such jurisdiction the inquiring authority so succeeding may act on the evidence so recorded by its predecessor, or partly recorded by its predecessor and partly recorded by itself. Provide that if the succeeding inquiring authority is of the opinion that further examination of any of the witnesses whose evidence has already been recorde is necessary in the interests of justice,it may recall, examine,cross-examine and re-examine any such witnesses as herein before provided. (2) (I) After the conclusion of the inquiry, a report shall be prepared and it shall contain(a)the articles of charge and the statement of the imputations of misconduct or misbehaviour; (b)the defence of the police officer in respect of each article pf charge; (c)an assessment of the evidence in respect of each article of charge; (d)the findings on each articles of charge and the reasons therefor Explanation-1 in the opinion of the inquiring authority the proceedings of the inquiry establish any article of charge different from the original articles of the charge, it may record its finding on such articles of charge: Provided that the finding on such articles of charge shall not be recorded unless the police officer has either admitted the facts on which such articles of charge is based or has had a reasonable opportunity of defending himself such article of charge. 2. The inquiring authority, where it is not itself the disciplinary authority, shall forward to the disciplinary authority, the record of enquiry which shall include. (a) the report prepard by it under clause (i) (b) the written statement of defence, the any, submitted by the police officer. (c) The oral and documentary evidence produced in the course of the inquity. (d) written briefs, if any, field by the Presenting Officer or the police officer or both during the course of the inquiry; and (e) the order if any, made by the disciplinary authority and the inquiring authority in

(24) The disciplinary authority shall, if it sisagrees with the findings of the inqiring outhotity on any article of charge, record its reasons for such disargeement and record its own finding on such charge of the evidence on record is sufficient for the purpose.

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(25) If the disciplimary authority having regard to its findings on all or any of the articles of charge is of the opinion that any of the penalties specified in clause (XI) to clause (xv) of rule 3 should be imposed on the police officer, it shall not be necssary to give the police offcer any opportunity of making representation to the penalty proposed to the imposed:

Provided that in every case where it is necessary to consult the Commission, the record the; inquiry shall be forwarded by the disciplinary authority to the Commission for its advice and such advice shall be taken into consideration before making any order imposing any penalty on the police officer. (26) If the disciplinary authority having regard to its finding on all or any of the aticles of chage it of the opinion that any of the penalties specified in clause (iv) to clause (x) of rule 3 should be imposed on the police officer,it shall ,notwithstanding anything contained in rule 6,make an order imposing such penalty. (27) Orders made by the disciplinary authority shall be communicated to the police officer who shall also be supplied with a copy of the report of the inquiry,if any,held by the discipline authority and a copy of its finding if each articles of charge,or,where the discilinary authority is not the inquiry authority, a copy if the report of the inquiry authority and a statement of the findings of the disciplinary authority together with brief reasons for its disagreement,if any,with the findings of the inquiring authority unless they have already been supplied to him and also a copy of the advice,if any,given by the Commision, and where the disciplinary authority has not accepted the advice of the Commision,a brief statement of the reasons for such non-accceptence. 8. Common Proceeding:- Where two or more police officers are concerned in any case,the Governor or any other disciplinary authority may make an order directing that disciplinary action against all of them may be taken in a common proceeding. 3ft$£fflwl<R>?fe*Wi,.nft^WJ;h^n4^g.'anythitogfPQnta(ih,e«:l in *ule i6;> maQite^hfOPdarfimfHisiw^t suehtp;3h¥kfclp*' , , „ n T i i i. . T 7 i : II ».' ! J - O ,:)f!j:;ji ii.?ny aoianyq^iJa./Tybnij niemai o3 (27) Orders made by the discipfmary authority shaff be communicated to the police officer who i)&3lHf$}P&yfftk,fi\&tipy>-Q?:t&eirep/JirtjU<Hbh isqtiiry, !if ariy!pheldityiJthe5diso»plftWyljalWh©tffiy and a of its ft^dingsjpffea^h.ar^ic^p ^pficiw^.-Qrviwhepe'the disciplinary aTithorityjis;i^tctjW.ihq«i^ng;iutJW^y,df r of the report of the inquiry authority and,a statement of the findings of the disciplinary authority together tttSPreSSris'fbf' Its tfi&greeriientY'ir any,!with the findings'of the inquiring authority unless mey have .« 'y been supplied to mm and also a copy or the advice, it any, given by the Commission, and where the ^j^Ao/ri^J^Sjnot^we^t^r^admoe of the: Commission,; ajbrief'sta*emeiiit «(f the 'i4aYons*fi)r such
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^yintoW<ft!e^n£ir| Wher^iWo'or;rnbre police officers afe concernt^ '- ^«'-'i^;' *i'- Z^!!?!!?"8 Jf)fef^Pnaffa^OTtyrnay!ma^ ' *' ! w"!'' "' L en in a common proceeding. Note:- If the authority competent to impose the penalties specified in rule 3 are different ,an order for takeing disciplinary action in a common proceeding may be made by the highest of such authorities with the consent of there.

9.Special procedure in certain cases:- Notwithstanding anything contained in rules 6,7 and 8(i) Where any penalty is imposed on police officer on the ground of conduct which has led to his conviction on a criminal charge, or (ii)Where the disciplinary authority is satisfied, for reasons to be recorded by it in writing,that it is not resonaly practicable to hold an inquity in the manner provided in these rules,or
(iii) Where the Governor is satisfied that in the interest of the security of the State,it is not expe-

authority(a) (b) with effect from the date of his detention, if he is detained in custody, whether on a criminal charge or otherwise, for a period of forty-eight hours or more;. with effect from the date of his conviction, if, in the event of a conviction for an offence, he is sentenced to a term of imprisonment for forty-eight hours or more and is not forthwith dismissed or removed or compulsorily retired consequent to such conviction.

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Explanation.- The period of forty-eight hours referred to in clause (b) shall be computed from the commencement of the imprisonment after the conviction and for this purpose, intermittent periods of imprisonment, if any, shall be taken into account. (3) Where a penalty of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement from service imposed upon a police officer under suspension is set aside in appeal or on review under these rules and the case is remitted for further inquiry or action or with any other directions, the order of his suspension shall be deemed to have continued in force on and from the date of the original order of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement and shall remain in force untill further orders. (4) Where penalty of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement from service imposed upo police officer is set aside or declared or rendered void in consequence of or by a decision of a court of law an the disciplinary authority, on a consideration of circumstances of the case, decides to hold a further inquiry against him on the allegations on which thcpenalty of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement was origi-nally imposed, the police officer shall be deemed to have been placed under suspension by the appointing authority from the date of the original order of dismissal, removal or compulsory retirement and shall continue to remain under suspension until further orders: Provided that no such further inquiry shall be ordered unless it is intended to meet a situation where the court has passed an order purely on technical grounds without going into the merits of the case. (5) (a) An order of suspension made or deemed to have been made under this rule shall continue to remain in force until it is modified or revoked by the authority competent to do so. (b) Where a police officer is suspended, whether in connection with any disciplinary proceeding or otherwise, and any other disciplinary proceeding is commenced against him during the continuance of that suspension, the authority competent to place him under suspension may, for reasons to be recorded by it in writing, direct that the police officer shall continue to be under suspension until the termination of all or ally of such proceedings. (c) An order of suspension made or deemed to have been made under this rule may at any time be modified or revoked by the authority which made or is deemed to have made the order. 11. Appeals.- (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, no appeal shall lie against (a) (b) (c) (d) an order made by the Governor; any order of an interlocutory nature or of the nature of step-in-aid for the final disposal of a disciplinary proceeding, other than an order of suspension; an order passed by an inquring authority in the course of an inquiry under rule 5. an order made by the disciplinary authority under rule 5.

(2) Subject to the provisions of sub-rule (1), a police officer may prefer an appeal against all or any •f the following orders, namely:-

(i) (ii) an order of suspension made or deemed to have been made under rule 10;
an order imposing any of the penalties specified in rule 3 whether made by the disciplinary (iii) (iv) authority or by any appellate or reviewing authority; an order enhancing any penalty imposed under rule 3; an order which denies or varies to his disadvantage his pay, allowances, pension or other conditi (a) of service as regulated by rules or by agreement; or (b) interprets to his disadvantage the provisions of any such rule or agreement; an order (v) (a) stopping him at the efficiency bar in the time scale of pay on the ground of his unfitness to cross the bar; (b) (c) (d) (e) reverting him while officiating in a higher Service, grade or post to a lower Service grade or post, otherwise than as a penalty; reducing or withholding the pension or denying the maximum pension admissible him under the rules; determining the subsistence and other allowances to be paid to him for the period during which he is deemed to be under suspension or for any portion thereof; determining his pay and allowance(i) for the period of suspension; or

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(ii) for the period from the date of his dismissal, removal, or compulsory retirement from Service or from the date of his reduction to a lower Service grade post, time-scale of pay, to the date of his reinstatement or restoration to his Service grade or post; or (f) determining whether or not the period from the date of his suspension or from the date of his dismissal, removal compulsory retirement or reduction to a lower Service, grade post, time-scale of pay or stage in time scale of pay to the date of his reinstatement or restoration to his Service grade or post shall be treated as a period spent on duty for any purpose. Explanation.- In this rule (i) the expression 'Police Officer' includes a person who has ceased to be in Government service; (2) the expression 'Pension' includes additional pension, gratuity and any other retirement benefit. (3) A Police Officer, includinga person who has ceased to be in Government service, may prefer an appeal against all or any of the orders specified in sub-rule (2) to the authority specified in this behalf in the Schedule. Provided that an appeal against an order in a common proceeding held under rule 8 shall lie to the ority to which the authority functioning as the disciplinary authority for the purpose o£ that proceeding is ediately subordinate. (4) No appeal preferred under this rule shall be entertained unless such appeal is preferred within a period of forty-five days from the date on which a copy of the order appealed against is de livered to the appellant; Provided that the appellate authority may entertain the appeal after the expiry of the said period if satisfied that the appellant had sufficient cause for not preferring the appeal in time. (5) (a) In the case of an appeal against an order of suspension the appellate authority shall consider whether in the light of the provisions of rule 10 and having regard to the circumstances of the case, the order of suspension is justified or not and confirm or revoke the order accordingly. (b) In the case of an appeal against an order imposing any of the penalties specified in rule 3, the appellate authority shall consider (i) Whether the procedure laid down in fhese rules has been complied with, and if not, whether such non-compliance has resulted in the violation of any provisions of the Constitution of India or in the failure of justice; (ii) whether the findings of the disciplinary authority are warranted by the evidence on the record; and penalty imposed is adequate, inadequate or severe; and pass orders (a) Confirming, enhancing, reducing or setting aside the penalty; or (b) remitting the case to the authority which imposed or enhanced the penalty or to any other authority with such direction as it may deem fit in the circumstances of the case: Provided that (i) the Commission shall be consulted in all cases where such consultation is necessary; (ii) if such enhanced penalty which the appellate authority proposes to impose is one of the penalties specified in clauses (ix) to (xv) of rule 3 and an inquiry under rule 7 has not already been held in the case, the appellate authority shall, subject to the provision of rule 9, itself hold inquity or direct that such inquiry be held in accordance with the provisions of rule 7, and thereafter, giving the appellant reasonable opportunity of making representation against the penalty proposed on the basis of the evidence adduced during the inquiry, make such orders as it may deem fit; (iii) if the proposed penalty which the appellate authority proposes to impose is one of the penalties specified in clauses (ix) to (xv) of rule 3 and an inquiry under rule 7 has already been held in the case, the appellant authoritv shall, after giving the appellant a reasonable opportunity fo making representation against the penalty proposed on the basis of the evidence adduced during the inquiry, make such orders as it may deem fit; and (iv) no order imposing an enhanced penalty shall be made in any other case unless the appellant has been given a reasonable opportunity of making representation against such enhanced penalty.

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(c) In an appeal against any other order specified in sub-rule (2) of rule II appellate authority shall consider all the circumstances of the case and make such orders as it may deem just and equitable.

12. Revision.-(I) Notwithstanding anything constained in these rules, the Governor may at any time either on his own motion or otherwise, call for the record of any inquiry and revise any order made under these rules or under the rules repealed by rule 14 from which an appeal is allowed, but from which no appeal has been preferred or from which no appeal is allowed, after consultation with the Commission where such consultation is necessary, and may(a) (b) (c) confirrm, modify or set aside the order; or confirm, reduce, enhance, or set aside the penalty imposed by the order, or impose any penalty where no penalty has been imposed; or remit the case to the authority which made the order or to any other authority directing such authority to make such further inquiry as it may consider proper in the circums-tances of the cases; or pass such other orders as it may deem fit:

(d)

Provided that no order imposing or enhancing any penalty shall be made by any revising authority unless the police officer concerned has been given a reasonable opportunity for making a representation against the penalty proposed and where it is proposed to impose any of the penalties specified in clauses (xi) to (xv) of rule 3 or to enhance the penalty imposed by the order sought to be reviewed to any of the penalties specified in those clauses, no such penalty shall be imposed except after an inquiry in the manner laid downs in rule 7 and after giving a reasonable opportunity and the Police officer concerned of showing causes against the penalty proposed on the evidence adduced during the inquiry and except after consultation with the Commission where such consultation is necessary. (2) An application for revision shall be dealt with in the manner as if it were an appeal under these rules. 13. Review.-The Governor may at any time, either on his own motion or otherwise, review any order passed under these rules, when any new material or evidence which could not be produced or was not available at the time of passing the order under review and which has the effect of enhancing the nature of the case, has come or has been brought to his notice. Provided that no order imposing or enhancing any penalty shall be made by the Governor unless the police officer concerned has been given a reasonable opportunity of making a representation against the penalty proposed or where it is proposed to impose any of the penalties specified in clauses (ix) to (xv) of rule 3 or to enhance the penalty imposed by the order sought to be reviewed to any of the penalties specified'in clauses (ix) to xv) and if an inquiry under rule 7 has not already been held in the case, no such penalty shall be imposed except after inquiring in the manner laid down in rule 7, subject to the provisions of rule 9,and except after consultation with the Commission where such consultation is necessary. 14. Non-applicability cf Sikkim Government Servant's (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1985 and savings thereof.(1) On and from the date of commencement of these rules, the Sikkim Government Servants' (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 198c shall cease to apply to the Police Officer: Provided that the proceedings initiated under the Sikkim Government Servants' (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1985 and pending at the commencement of these rules shall be continued and disposed of in accordance with the provisions of these rules as if such proceedings were proceedings under these rules. • (2) Nothing in these rules shall be construed as depriving any Police officer of any right of which had accrued to him under the rules, notifications or orders in force before the commencement of these rules. (3) An appeal pending at the commencement of these rules against an order made before such commencement shall be considered and order thereon shall be made, in accordance with the provision of these rules as if such order was made and the appeal was preferred under these rules. (4) As from the commencement of these rules any appeal or application for review against any orders made before such commencement shall be preferred or made under these rules, as if such orders were made under these rules:

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Provided that nothing in these rules shall be construed as reducing any period of limitation for any appeal or review provided by any rule in force before the commencement of these rules. Removal of doubts.- If any doubt arises as to the interpretation of any of the provisions of these rules'; it shall be referred to the Government in the Establishment Department whose decision thereon shall be final.

SD/D.K. GAJMER SECRETARY TO THE GOVT. OF SIKKIM ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT.

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SCHEDULE
Si No Description of the post Appointing Authority Authority Competent to impose penalties and penalties which it may Appellate Authority

impose Authority dent of Police; Superintendent of Police; Additional Superintendent of Police; Deputy Superintendent of Police. Si Description of the No Appointing post Authority i. Senior SuperintenGovernor Penalties

Authority Competent to impose penalties and penalties which it may impose Authority Penalties

Appellate Authority!

2.

Inspector of Police

Governor

All (i) Governor (ii) Director General of Police/ Inspector General of of Police (iv) to (x) Governor Home Secretary

3-

Sub-Inspector of Police; Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police.
V

Director General of Police/Inspector General of Police.

(i) Director General of Police Inspector^ /All General of Police (iv) to (x) (ii) Deputy Inspector General of Police (i) Director General of Police Inspector General of Police (ii) Deputy Inspector General of Police

Director General j of Police/Inspector ! General of Police. 1 Home Secretary j

4-

Head Constable ; Naik and Constable;

Director General of Police/Inspector General of Police

•/All

(v) to (x)

(iii) Sr. Superintendent (i) to (iv) ot Police/Superintendent of Police

Director General 1 - Police/Inspector G| ral of Police. 1 Deputy Inspector G| ral of Police. 1

(0

SIKKIM VIGILANCE POLICE Governor Superintendent of Police; Deputy Superintendent of Police; Inspector of Police Sub-Inspector of Police Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police Director of Vigilance

Governor

All

.9

:!■ Director of Vigilance All Home Secretary ■

(>)

(0

*
(i) Director of All

n

(4) Head Constable,

Director of

Home Secretary ■

Naik, Constable. —

Vigilance

Vigilance (ii) Superintendent of Police

(i) to (x)

Director of VigiaB

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM OFFICE OF THE CHIEF SECRETARY GANGTOK. No.5(13)LSGHD/CTC/85-8687/90. NOTIFICATION Advertisements are displayed for public view after permission is granted to Departments, individuals, Firms etc. on payment, by the Local Self Government & Housing Depart-ment as per the provisions under Notification No. 132(133) LSGHD dated 24th August, 1987. However, it has been noticed that once permission for display of advertisements is granted for a week or a month or a year such advertisements are invariably not removed by their owners piry of the permit. It is, therefore, necessary to issue the following guidelines for the proper display of advertisements :(a) Advertisements permitted for display will carry a message' or a theme on rare wild life or on tourism or on cleanliness in bazars on a standard pattern. The firms engaged in making and printing advertisements for their clients will be required to obtain a list of such messages or themes from Local Self Government & Housing Department. (b) Advertisements will be permitted only on the National Highway and on the main roads leading to the District Headquarters at locations approved by the Local Self Government & Housing Department. Advertisements will not be permitted in the main market which give a shabby look to the Bazars. (c) Advertisement will display the exact validity period of the permit by giving date, month and year. If the owner of the advertisement fails to remove the advertisement after the expiry of the validity period the cost of removal and a penalty hot exceeding Rs.500/- will be realised. In such cases, the dafaulting owner (Individual, Firm or Department etc.) will not be permitted any further display of advertisement in future. (d) Festoon advertisements permitted for display above the road will be hung properly and at least 18ft. above the road level. The minimum length of the festoon Dated: 5. 2. 90.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.741/Home/ 90. NOTIFICATION The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to re-constitute the Sikkim Rajya Sainik Board as follows with immediate effect:1. Shri Nar Bahadur Bhandari Hon'ble Chief Minister of Sikkim Date 24th February. 1990.

— PRESIDENT
2. Shri Sonam Choda Lepcha Honble Minister of Education 3. Chief Secretary, Govt. of Sikki 4. Home Secretary, Govt. of Sikkim 5. Finance Secretary, Govt. of Sikkim 6. Establishment Secretary, Govt.of Sikkim 7. Education Secretary, Govt. of Sikkim 8. Secretary Industries 9. Director General of Police 10.Managing Director SIDICO 11.Representative of GOC 17 Mtn Div ( Not below rank of Brig ) 12.Other Head of Departments having subjects of the Board will be invited. - VICE-PRESIDENT

EX-OFFICIO MEMBER

2 17. Hony Lt Chhabilal Limbu, Soreng (West Sikkim) 18. Sub D.S. Rai, Zarong (South Sikkim) 19. Hony Capt Deo Bahadur Thapa, Syal Gaon (East Sikkim) 20. Rfn Sher Bahadur Limbu, Mangsila (North Sikkim) 21. Secretary, Rajya Sainik Board EX-SERVICEMEN MEMBERS

To function as Secretary of the Board.

By Order,

K. G. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim. Gangtok.

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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Wednesday, April 11, 1990. Gangtok Wednesday, April 11, 1990.

SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK
No.SLAS/90-

Dated Gangtok the 2nd April, 1990.

NOTIFICATION In pursuance of Rule 265 (1) of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim Legislative Assembly the following Members of the Fourth Sikkim Legislative have been elected to constitute the Committee on Public Accounts for the year 1990-91. 1. Shri Sanchaman Limbu, 2. Shri Taraman Rai and 3. Shri C. K. Mohara. Under Rule 210 (1) of the said Rules, Shri Sanchaman Limbu has been appointed by the Hon'ble Speaker as the Chairman of the Committee. The Committee on Public Accounts shall function in accordance with Rule 264 of the said Rules. The term of the Committee shall be one year from the date of its election.

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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK No.SLAS/90-91/247/l Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990. NOTIFICATION In pursuance of Rule 267(1) of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkirn Legislative Assembly, the following Members of the Fourth Sikkim Legislative Assembly have been elected to constitute the Committee on Estimates for the year 1990-91. 1. 2. 3. Shri T.M. Rai, Shri S.M. Limbu and C. K. Mohara. Under Rule 210(1) of the said Rules, Shri T. M. Rai has been appointed by the Hon'ble Speaker as the Chairman of the Committee. The Committee on Estimates shall function in accordance with Rule 266 of the said Rules. The term of the Committee shall be one year from the date of its election.

B.P.S.Busnett Additional Secretary, Sikkim Legislative Aseembly.

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Tuesday, April 17,1990.
GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SOCIAL WELFARE GANGTOK NO.15(84)88-89/SW/6 Dated Gangtok, the 28th February,1990 NOTIFICATION THE JUVENILE JUSTICE (SIKKIM) RULES, 1990. In excercise of the powers conferred by section 62 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986 the State Government of Sikkim is hereby pleased to make the following rules, namely :I.
Short Title and C ommencement.-

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(1)

These rules may be called the Sikkim Juvenile Justice Rules, 1990.

(2) Definition
2.

They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official Gazette. In these rules unless the context otherwise requires (a) (b) (c) "Act" means the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986. "State Government" means the State Government of Sikkim. "Chief Inspector" "Inspector" or "Assistant Inspector" means an officer of the State Government appointed to discharge the functions of the Chief Inspector, Inspector or Assistant Inspector under these rules. "Form" means a form annexed to these rules. "Institution" means a Juvenile Home, a Special Home, an Observetion Home or an After Care Organisation or any institution certified or recognised as such under the Act.

(d) (e)

(f) • "Section" means a section of the Act. (g) "Superintendent" means a person appointed for the control and management of a juvenile home, a special home, an obeservation home or after care organisa tion or any institution certified or recognised as such under the Act.

place place of of 3. 3 3. Setting,etc. Setting ,etc. ofof the Comthe Competent Authority

The Competent authority shall hold its sitting on the premises of an Observation Home on such days and at such time as may be fixed by the authority concerned from time to time.
The Competent authority shall hold its sitting on the premises of an Observation Home on such

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(a) a respectable educated citizen with the background of special knowledge of child psychology, sociology, social work, education or home science. (b) a teacher, a doctor, a retired public servant or a professional who is involved in work concerning juveniles, or (c) a social worker who has been directly engaged in child welfare. procedure to be followed . by a competent authority in holding inquiries. (I) In all cases under the Act the proceedings shall be conducted in as simple a manner as possible and no unnecessary formality shall be observed.Care shall be taken to ensure that the juvenile against whom the proceedings have been instituted feels home like atmosphere during the proceedings.

(2)

The competent avithority shall see that the juvenile brought before it is not kept under the close guard of a police officer but sits or stands by himself or in the company of a relative or friend or a Probation Officer at some convenient place as near to it as possible. In examining a juvenile and recording his statement, the competent authority shall be free to address the juvenile in any manner that may seem suitable in order to put the juvenile at ease and to elicit the true facts not only in respect of the offence of which the juvenile is accused but also in respect of the home surroundings and the influence to which the juvenile has been subjected.The record of the examination shall be in such form as the competent authority may consider suitable having regard to the contents of the statement-and circums-tances in which it was made. In every case concerning a juvenile, the competent authority shall obtain a birth certificate or medical opinion regarding his age and his physical and mental conditions and when passing orders in such case shall ;after taking consideration the medical opinion and such other evidence as may be available, record a rinding in respect of his age. On production of a juvenile under sub-section (3) of section 13, or on receipt of a report under sub-section (1) of Section 14, or on a complaint being received under section 17, the Board may order in Form I a Probation Officer or call upon a social worker to enquire into the character, social antecedents of the juvenile with a view to assessing the best possible mode for placement with the family or an institution. When a juvenile is placed under the care of a parent or a guardian and the competent authority deems it expedient to place the juvenile under the supervision of a Probation Officer, it shall issue a supervision order in Form II. When a juvenile has been ordered to pay a fine under clause (e) of sub-section (1) of section 21 by a juvenile Court and is ordered by it to be placed under the supervision of a Probation Officer, the juvenile Court shall issue the supervision order as nearlv as in Form III. Whenever the competent authority orders a juvenile to be detained in in an institution, it shall forward to the Superintendent of such institution a copy of its judgement or as the case may be, orders together with the order of detention in Form IV and any particulars of the home and parents or guardian and previ-ous record. The Superintendent of an institution certified as Juvenile Home under sub-section (2) of section 9, or as Special Home under sub-section (2) of sectionto be recognised as Observation Home under sub-section (2) of section II shall be informed in advance by the competent authority before any juvenile commited to it. The Superintendent of the said institution may on receipt of the information, intimate in writing objections, if any, to the committal of the juvenile and the objections shall be fully taken into consideration by the competent authority before the juvenile is committed to the said institution

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(i)
Placement 6. (I) under the care of parent

The competent authority making an order placing a juvenile under the care of a parent, guardian or fit person as the case may be, under sub-section (i) of Section 16 or clause (b) of sub-section (i) of section 21, may direct such parent guardian or fit person to enter into bond in Form V with or without sureties and in such sum of money as the competent authority may think fit to keep the juvenile under proper care and control and to be responsible for his good behaviour. Where a juvenile has been placed under the supervision of a Probation Officer, the competent authority shall impose a condition that all necessary assistance shall be rendered by the parent, guardian or fit person as the case may be to the Probation Officer to enable him carry out the duties of supervision. The parent, guardian or fit person under whose care a juvenile has been placed under subsection (1) of Section 16 or under clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 21 by a competent authority shall(a) make arrangements for proper care and nurture ; (b) arrange for the proper medical care of the juvenile whenever necessary ; (c) ensure that the juvenile is not wilfully neglected in a manner likely to cause the juvenile unnecessary mental or physical suffering; (d) protect the juvenile against moral danger or exploitation; (e) be responsible for the good behaviour and conduct of the juvenile; (f) prevent the juvenile from being associated with undesirable person ; and (g) protect the juvenile from all types of social services and ensure the general welfare of the juvenile.

(2)

(3)

contribution 7. of parent or other persons

(1)

(1)

The competent authority making an order under sub-section (1) of Section 51 may direct the parent or other person liable to maintain the juvenile to pay to the competent authority in advance in the beginning of each month such sum of money as the competent authority may think fit as contribution towards the maintenance of such juvenile.

(2) All such recoveries shall be credited by the competent authority into Government Treasury as Miscellaneous Receipts of Government.

procedure for

8.

(1)

sending a fuvenile outside the jurisdiction of the competent authortity

(I) In the case of a juvenile whose ordinary place of residence lies outside the jurisdiction of the competent authority and if the competent authority deems it necessary to take action under section 34, it shall direct a Probation Officer to make enquiries as to the fitness and willingness of the relative or other person to receive the juvenile at his ordinary place of residence and whether such relative or other fit person can exercise proper care and control over the juvenile. (2) On being satisfied on the report of the Probation Officer, the competent authority may send the neglected or delinquent juvenile, as the case may be, if necessary on execution of a bond by the juvenile as nearly as in Form VI to the said relative or fit person on giving an undertaking by the said relative or fit; person in Form VII.

(3)

A copy of the 34 shall be sent to :-

orders passed by the competent

authority under

Section

(a) the Probation Officer who was directed to submit a report under sub-rule (1) . (b) the Probation Officer, if any, having jurisdiction over the place where the juvenile is to be sent; (c) the competent authority having jurisdiction over the place where the juvenile is to be sent; and (d) the relative or the person who is to receive the juvenile. (4) Any breach of the bond or undertaking or of both given under sub-rule (2) shall render the juvenile liable to be brought before the competent authority who may make an order directing the juvenile to be sent to an institution. During the pendency of the order under sub-rule (3) the juvenile shall be sent the competent authority to an observation home.

(5)

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(6) In the case of a juvenile where the competent authority deems it expedient to send the juvenile back to his ordinary place of residence under Section 34, the competent authority shall inform the relative or the fit person who is to receive the juvenile accoordingly and- shall invite the said relative or fit person to come to the observation home to take charge of the juvenile on such date as may be specified by the competent auth-ority. The competent authority inviting the said relative or fit person under sub-rule (6) may also direct, if necessary, the payment to be made to him by the Superintendent of the observation home of the actual expenses of the relative or fit person's journey both ways by the lowest class and of the juvenile's journey from the Observation Home to his ordinary place of residence at the time of sending the juvenile. If the relative or the fit person fails to come to take charge of the juvenile on the specified date the juvenile shall be taken to his ordinary .place of residence by the escort of the Observation Home. In the case of a girl, the escort of the Observation Home shall be female. 9. When a girl is a neglected or delinquent juvenile has to be transferred from one place to another outside the jurisdiction of a competent authority or from one institution to another institution, or for treatment to a hospital, mental asylum, de-addiction centre etc. the following conditions shall be observed, namely :(a) (b) (c) (d) she is escorted by a female ; she is properly dressed ; she is made to travel only during the day-time unless she is taken by rail; in case she is required to travel by road on a long journey which cannot be completed during the day-time, arrangements are made for her stay during the night in an institution and in the absence of any institution then to any other safe place nearby ; in case she is taken to a hospital, necessary facilities exist for the treatment of female patients; and before taking her from one place to another it is ascertained that she would be properly received at the other end.

(7)

(8)

Escorting of a girl from one place to another

(e) (f)

When a juvenile detained in an institution under the provisions of the Act Mode of dealing 10. (1) or placed under the care of a fit person or a fit institution is found to be suffer ring from a disease with juvenilies suffering from requiring prolonged medical treatment or physical or men-tal complaint that will respond to treatment or is found addicted to a narocotic drug or psychotropic substance, the juvenile may be dangerous removed by an order of the authority empowered in this behalf to an approved place set up for disease or purpose for the remainder of the term for which he has to be kept in custody under the order of the mental comcompetent authority or for such period as may be cer-tified by a Medical Officer to be necessary for plaints. the proper treatment of the juvenile. (2) Where it appears to the authority ordering the removal of the juvenile under sub-rule (1) that the juvenile is cured of the disease or physical or marriage plaint he may, if the juvenile is still liable to be kept in custody, order the person having charge of the juvenile to send him to the institution or fit person from which or from whom he was removed or if the juvenile is no longer liable to be kept in custody, order him to be discharged. Where action has been taken under sub-rule (1) in the case of a juvenile suffering from an infectious or contagious disease the authority empowered under the sub-rule (1) before restoring the said juvenile to his partner in marriage or to the guardian, as the case may be shall where it is satisfied that such will be in the interest of the said juvenile call upon his partner in marriage or the guardian as the case may be, to satisfy it that such partner or guardian will not reinfect the juvenile. If there is no institution either within the jurisdiction of the competent auth-ority or nearby State for sending the juveniles suffering from dangerous dis-ease as required in sub-section (1) of Section 31, necessary institution be set up by the State Government at such places as may be deemed fit by it.

(3)

(4)

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Articles found on search and inspection. Disposal of property r1. 12. (1) The Superintendent shall see that every juvenile received in the institution is searched, that he is cleansed, that his personal effects are inspected and that any money or valuables found with or oh the person of the juvenile is kept in the safe custody of the Superintendent. Girls shall be searched by a female member of the staff and with due regard to decency. (2) (3) In every institution a register oi money, valuable and other articles found with or on the person of a juvenile received therein shall be maintained. On a juvenile being received in the institution the money, valuables and other articles found 'with him or on his person on search and inspection and taken possession of shall be entered in such register, and the entries relating to him shall be read over to him in the presence of a witness whose signature shall be .obtained in token of the correctness of such entries. All such entries shall be countersigned by the Superintendent. Entries shall be made in such register and attested by the Superintendent, show ing in respect of every such search and inspection (a) (b) (c) (1) what articles, if any, are respectively destroyed, sold and stored ; in the case of articles sold, the amount realised for them ; the return to him of any money, valuables or articles at the time of release or otherwise.

(4)

The property other than money or valuables belonging to a juvenile received or detained in an institution shall be disposed of in the following manner, namely :(a) (b) If it consists of obscene pictures or literature, tobacco, snuff, opium, drug or liquor, or perishable articles of trivial value, it shall be destroyed ; if it consists of perishable articles more than trivial value, it shall be sold by auction as soon as possible and the proceeds kept in safe custody by the Superintendent; the clothing, bedding or other articles of such juvenile shall be destroyed if the Superintendent considers it essential on hygienic grounds or considers to be worthless, or the clothing and bedding and other articles of juveniles found to be suffering from any infections or contagious disease shall be burnt ; clothing, bedding and other articles not covered by the provision of clause (a), (b) and (c) shall, after being washed and disinfected, if necessary be made up into a bundle or bundles and suitably stored. The Superintendent shall be responsible for their safe custody.

(c)

(d)

(2) (3)

No person on the staff of the institution shall, whether directly or indirectly, bid at the auction of or purchase any property auctioned under these rules. On the competent authority making an order other than directing the juvenile to be sent to an institution in respect of any juvenile, his money and valuables and such of his articles as are not destroyed or disposed of, together with the proceeds of such of his articles as have been sold shall at the time of his release be handed over to him in the presence of the Superintendent and the Superin tendent shall take the signature or thumb impression of the parent or guardian of the juvenile or the juvenile or of both in the column provided for the pur pose in the register maintained, in token of his having received such money, valuable articles and proceeds. If the clothings have been destroyed, he shall be provided with fresh clothing. On an order made by the competent authority in respect of any juvenile, directing the juvenile to be sent to an institution, the Superintendent shall deposit such juvenile's money together with the sale proceeds in the manner laid down from time to time in the name of the juvenile and the account book shall be kept with the Superintendent. His valuables, clothing, bedding

(4)

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(5) When such juvenile is transferred from one institution to another, all his pro-perty, valuables and account book in the custody of the Superintendent'shall be sent along with him to the Superintendent of the institution to which he has been transferred together w ith a full and correct statement of the description and estimated value thereof At the time of the release of such juvenile, the property or valuables kept in sale custody and the monev deposited in his name shall be handed over to him or to his parent or guardian, as the case may be and an entry made in that behalf in the register. Such entry shall be signed by the Superttendent. When an inmate of an institution dies therein, the property left by the decease and the monev deposited in his name shall be handed over by the Superintendent to any person who establishes his claim there to and executes an indemnity bond. A receipt shall be obtained from such person for having received such property and the amount. If no claimant appears within a period of one yet from the date of death of such inmate, the property and amount shall be handed over to the police for disposal in accordance with the provisions of section 25 to 27 of the Police Act, 1861. . When a juvenile kept in an institution escapes therefrom or tails to retuturn thereto after the expiry of the period of absence permitted to him, the pro-perty left bv him and the amount deposited in his name shall be kept in safe custody bv the Superintendent of such institutions for a period of one year from the date of escape of such juvenile or the date on which such juvenile should have returned thereto as the case may be If within the said period such juvenile is not arrested and sent back or does not return to the institution such property and 'amount shall be handed over to the police for disposal accordance with the provisions of sections 25 to 27 of the Police Act, 1861. The State Government as lar as possible may set up separate Observation Homes for neglected and delinquent juveniles. Separate Homes may be established lor juveniles below and above the age of 12 years. In any case boys above 12 years shall be lodged in separate homes. Each institution shall have a Reception Unit under the charge of a Case Worker for the admission of new ai rivals. Newly admitted juveniles may in suitable cases he kept, in the Reception Unit for ten days initially. Where necessary the Superintendent may suitably extend this period to facilitate a detailed study of the juvenile. The juveniles suspected to be suffering from conta-pious diseases, mental ailments,addiction etc,shall be immediately segrega-ted in specially earmarked dormitories or wards. The following procedure shall be followed in respect of the newly-admitted juveniles namely :(a) receiving and search in the receiving unit; (b) hair-cut (unless prohibited by religion), issue of soap and disinfectant lotion; (c) disinfecfition and storing of juveniles personal clothing and other personal effects (d) bath; (e) issue of disinfected clothes, bedding and other outfit and equipment (as per rules and scales) ; (f) housing; (g) medical examination, and. treatment where necessary; (h) attending to immediate and urgent needs of the juveniles like letters interviews, family matters, personal problems etc. ; and (i) verification by the officer-in-charge of order of the competent authority identification marks, register entries, cash propety etc. Each institution shall follow a schedule of orientation talk for the newly admitted juveniles covering the following aspects, namely :(a) interpretation of rules and regulations; (b) health, sanitation, hygiene;

(6)

(7)

(8)

Institutional Management.

(1)
13.

(2)

(3)

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(d) self-improvement opportunities, and (e) responsibilities and obligations. (5) An overall study of the juveniles admitted to an institution shall be undertaken on the basis of their social history, behavioural pattern and attitudes towards others. Information regarding their socio-cultural and economic background shall be collected through all possible and available sources including home, parents or guardians, employerer, school, friends and community contacts. The educational level and vocational aptitude shall be assessed on the basis of tests and interviews conducted by the teacher, the workshop supervisor and other technical staff. For this purpose, appropriate linkages shall also be established with outside specialists and community-based welfare agencies. (6) All inmates in the Reception Unit shall be given work like (a) (b) self-help in maintaining their own establishment; cleaning of open spaces, gardening, etc; and (c )

preliminary operations for crafts.
Daily Routine 14.

() Each institution shall have a well regulated daily routine for the inmates which should be displayed and should provide among other aspects, for regulated disciplined life, physical exercise. educational classes, vocational training, organised recreation and games, moral educaton, group activities, prayer and community singing. (2) For Sunday and holiday the daily routine shall include :(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) washing of clothing and bedding; library reading; recreational programmes, games, sports; radio, television and recorded music; properly planned excursions; and scouting activities.

Diet scale
Issue of clo-

15.
16.

The State Government shall prepare Diet Scale juvenile in consultation with nutrition expert so that the diet becomes balanced, nutritious and varied. Special diet may be provided on national days and festivals. Each juvenile shall be provided with clothing and bedding including customary under-garments, towels, jersey for winter school uniform for juveniles attending outside schools, durry, bed sheets, blanket, pillow, chappel or shoes, etc. utensils as required; and toothpowder, soap, oil, comb, etc. as per the scale laid down by the State Government. Each institution shall have the following facilities, namely:— (a) (b) sufficent and treated drinking water; sufficient water for bathing and washing clothes, maintenance of cleanliness on the premises and for flushing latrines proper drainage system; arrangements for disposal of garbage; protection from mosquitoes; sufficient number of latrines in the proportion of at least one latrine for seven children;

thing,beding and other articles. Sanitation and 17 Hygene

(c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

sufficient number of bath rooms in the proportion of at least one bath room for ten children; (h) sufficient number of urinals; (i) sufficient number of washing places; (j) arrangements for getting the entire premises and buildings of the institution thoroughly cleaned at least once a day;

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arrangements for boiling clothes once a week, arrangements for washing for clothes every y; (n) sunning of bedding and clothing twice a week; and (o) scrupulous cleanliness in the hospital. The minimum standard of accommodation shall be as follows, namely:— Accommodation I8.
(a)

(a)

Dor; ory Classroom Workshop Play ground

40 square feet per child Sufficient accommodation Sufficient work space Sufficient play ground area should be provided in each institution according to the total number of juviniles in the institution.

(b) The dormitories, class-rooms and workshops shall have sufficient cross lation and sufficient light. Medical Care 19. (1) Each institution shall provide for the necessary medical staff and ensure that; (a) regular facilities are available for the medical treatment of inmates; (b) arrangements arc made for the immunisation coverage; and a system is (c) evolved for the removal of serious cases to the nearest hospitals or treatment centres.
(2 )

Immediate action in accordance with the provisions of Section 48 of the Act, shall be taken in respect of the juvenile who is/was suffering from leprosy, is/was of unsound mind or is/was addicted to a drug. Each juvenile admitted in an Observation Home shall be medically examined by the Medical Officer of the Observation Home as far as possible within forty eight hours after his admission to his Observation Home and also in the case of a juvinile known to be awaiting removal to a Juvenile Home or Special Home within a similar period before such removal and further at any other time or times that may be considered necessary by the Medical Officer or the Superintendent. An inmate known or suspected to be suffering from an infectious disease shall forthwith be removed to a Government hospital and if this is not practical shall be isolated from other inmates. If any infectious disease breaks out in an institution and subsequently admitted, juvenile shall as far as practical be kept separate from those who are known or suspected to be suffering from the infectious disease.

(3)

(4)

(5) No surgical treatment shall be carried out on an inmate without the previous consent of his parent or guardian, unless either the parent or guardian cannot be found and the condition of the inmate is such that any delay would in the 0pinion of the Medical Officer involves unnessary suffering or injury to the health of the inmate. (6) A health chart on each juvenile in the institution shall be maintained 0n the basis of his quarterly medical check-up. Institutional Programme 20. (1) Each institution shall provide for physical exercise and recreational facilities. The recreational facilities may include the provision of radio, television,library music, games (indoor and out-door), etc., with the trained staff available for this purpose. Each institution shall organise activities and programmes for the socio-culture uplift of the inmates, such as cultural meets parents-inmates-staff meeting community contact, visits to outside institutions, excursions, etc. Case work services shall be provided in all institutions to deal with _ the individual problems of inmates. The service of Psychologist or Psychiatrist shall also be availed of preferably by establishing linkages with child guidanceclinics, counselling and guidance centres, psychiatric departments or similar agencies in the community or by appointment on part-time or full-time basis as per requiresment.

(2)

(3)

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Classification committee (4) The educational programme shall be developed as an integral part of the educational routine, emphasising on the academic, health, social, moral and ethical aspects. The educational programme shall be organised on the pattern recognised by the Education Department of the State Government including non-formal adult education techniques. The inmates shall be provided facilities of specialised education in the commu-nity on a selective basis. The educational programme shall be organised under the supervision of trained staff. (5) A diversified programme of vocational training shall be organised in all Juvenile and Special Homes with special reference to employment opportunities available in the community so as to facilitate their rehabilitation. The course shall be designed on the lines approved by the technical departments of the State Government. The trained Vocational Instructor shall be appointed for the purpose. Vocational training facilities in the community shall also be availed for inmates on a selective basis by providing linkages with welfare institutions, placement agencies and industrial and other production units. (6) A well-rounded programme of pre-release planning and follow up of cases discharged from Juvenile and Special Homes shall be organised in all institutions in close collaboration with voluntary welfare organisatioas. 21. (i) A juvenile shall be classified on the basis of his age, physical, and mental health, length of commitment, degree of delinquency and his character. Besides, factors like sequence of the juvenile's delinquent behaviour, his social processing, type of delinquency, possibilities of functioning as a contamination risk, requirements of custody, his educational vocational training needs, his total background, possibilities of his social adjustment, this prospects after release and his rehabilitation needs shall be taken into consideration. (2) For this purpose a classification committee shall be Juvenile or Special Home consisting of the following personnel : Superintendent Case worker/Psychologist Medical Officer Workshop Supervisor Instructpr in Vocation Teacher Head of Care-Taking Staff Officer in charge of the Reception Unit (3) constituted in each

—Chairman —Member. —Member. —Member. —Member. —Member. —Member. —Member Secretary.

The classification Committee shall periodically meet to consider and review (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) custodial care, housing, place of work, area of activity and type of supervision required ; individual problems of juveniles, family welfare, family contacts and adjustment, economic problems, and institutional adjustment etc ; vocational training and opportunities for employment ; education, health education, social education, academic' education, vocational education and moral education ; social adjustment, recreation, group work activities, guidance and coun- selling ; special instructions collecting moral information and special precautions to be taken etc ; review of progress and adjusting institutional programmes to the needs of the inmates ; planning post-release rehabilitation programme in collaboration with aftercare service ;

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(j) (k) release ; and any other matter which the Superintendent may like to bring up.

(4) The procedure for classification and review and follow-up of the deci-sions taken by the Classification Committee, as laid down by the Chief Inspector, shall be followed in each institution. Rewards, and 22. (1) Rewards to the inmates at such rates as may be fixed by the State Govern-ment earnings, from time to time may be granted by the Superintendent as an encouragement to steady work and good behaviour. (2) At least half the amount earned by the juvenile shall be deposited in the manner' prescribed by the concerned authority from time to time in his name ( of the inmate ) and the account book shall be kept with the Superintendent. The rest may be permitted to be spent by the inmate as pocket money on purchase of articles such as sweets, toys etc. on fixed days of the week. At the time of premature release of an inmate from the institution his account book shall be transferred to the Probation Officer, whose duty is to supervise him. If the inmate is released on the expiry of the period of his slay ordered by the competent authority, the money deposited in his name shall be withdrawn by the Superintendent and handed over personally after obtaining 1dian a proper receipt to the parent or guar who comes to take charge of the inmate and if he does not come, to the inmate. The parents and near relation of the inmate? shall be allowed to visit an inmate once a month or in special cases more frequently at Superintendent's discretion The visiting hours shall be laid down by the Superintendent. The receipt of letter by the inmates of the institution shall not be restricted and they shall have freedom to write as many letters as they like at all reasonable times. However, the institution shalll ensure that where parents, guardians or relatives are known, at least one letter is written by the inmate every week for which the po-tage be provided. The Superintendent may pursue any letter written by or to an inmate, and may for any reasons inmate's, health, morality or well-being that he considers sufficient refuse to deliver or issue the letters and may destroy the same after recor-ding his reasons in a book maintained for the purpose.

(3)

Visits to and communication with inmates

23.

(1)

(2)

(3)

Prohibited 24. (1) No person shall, except with the written permission of the Superintendent or the Medical Officer of articles the institution, carry into the institution a prohibi-led article. (2) The following shall be prohibited articles, namely :fire-arms; (a) (b) alcohol and spirit of every description;

(c) bhang, aanja, opium and other narcotic drugs or psychotropic subsor tances; any other article specified in this behalf by the State (d) Government by general or special orders. Emergencies. 25. (1)

The Superintendent shall take the following measures to prevent and control emergency situations, namely :(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (l\ adequate security measure and periodical inspection thereof; proper maintenance of building and premises; proper custody of tools and equipment; prompt, firm and considerate handling of all discipline problems; attending to care and welfare requirements ol children; system of good discipline ;

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(g) careful handling of plant and equipment ; (h) accident preventing measures; (i) fire preventing measures; (j) fire fighting equipment at all vulnerable points; (k) good environmental and institutional sanitation and hygiene; (1) proper procedure of guaranting of newly admitted juveniles; (m) segregation of juveniles suffering from contagious diseases; (n) proper storage and inspection of articles of foodstuffs; (o) observance of the required minimum standards in kitchen operations service of food and eatables; (p) stand-by arrangements for water storage, power plant, emergency lighting etc., and (q) periodical inspection of plant, equipment, emergency operation etc. In the event of an escape, the action to be taken is as follows, namely ;(a) the Superintendent shall immediately send the guards in search of the juvenile at places like railway stations, bus stand, the juvenile's home and other places where the juvenile is likely to go; (b) the parents or guardians shall be informed immediately about such escape ; (c) a report shall be sent to the Police Station alongwith the detailed description of the juvenile, with identification marks and a photograph, with a copy to the authorities concerned with the placement of the juvenile in the institution ; and (d) the Superintendent shall hold an inquiry about each escape and send his report to the Court and the Chief Inspector. On the occurrence of any case of death or suicide, the procedure to be adopted is as under namely :(a) if a juvenile dies within 24 hours of his admission to the institution an inquest and postmortem examination shall be held; (b) whenever a sudden or violent death or death from suicide or accident takes place, immediate notice shall be sent to the Superintendent and the Medical Officer, and the juvenile shall if life be extinct, be left in the position in which it was found, pending inspection by the officer concerned. In case a juvenile dies due to causes other than natural causes or if the cause of death is not known or if the death has occured due to suicide or violence or accident or whenever there is any doubt or complaint or question concerning the cause of death of any juvenile, the Superintendent shall inform the Officer-in-Charge of the Police Station having jurisdiction. The Superintendent shall immediately give intimation to the nearest Magistrate empowered to hold inquests ; (c) in case of death due to suicide accident, violence and sudden death, etc., both inquest and post-mortem shall be held; (d\ where the death has occured due to violence or unnatural causes, the Superintendent shall at once send a brief report to the authorities concerned including the Chief Inspector/Inspector; (e) the Superintendent shall then make a detailed investigation of all the circumstances connected with the cause and forward the same without delay alongwith the inquest report to the authorities concerned; (f) the Medical Officer shall report to the Superintendent about the happening of the natural death of a juvenile and see that the body is decently removed to the mortuary; (g) in every case if illness which ends fatally, the Medical Officer shall see the body of the juvenile and shall record full particulars of the cause of death in relevant registers; (h) in case of natural death of a juvenile of an Observation Home or Juvenile Home or Special Home, the Superintendent shall obtain a report of the Medical Officer stating the cause of death. A written intimation about the death shall be given immediately to the nearest Police Sattion, the Civil Surgeon and the District Magistrate and the authorities under the Act;

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(i) the parents or guardians of the deceased juvenile shall be contacted and the Suerintendent shall wait for 24 hours for the arrival of relatives. After the inquest is held, the body should be disposed of in accordance with the religion of the juvinile; (j) upon the occurrence of any case of suicide, the Superintendent shall give immediate information thereof to the nearest Magistrate empowered to hold inquests in order that an inquest and postmortem may be held on the body. A full report on the whole circumstance connected with the case shall be promptly submitted by the Superintendent to the authorties concerned after the inquest is over. The inmate of an institution may be given leave of absence to go and stay with his family during school vacations, festivals, emergencies or special occasion like marriage in the family. While the leave of absence for short periods not exceeding 15 days in a year may be granted by the Superintendent, long leave upto six weeks in a year may be sanctioned by the Chief Inspector. Granting of such leave shall be at the discretion of the sanctioning authority and it cannot We claimed as a right. The parents or guardian of the juvenile shall submit an application to the superintendent requesting for release of the juvenile on leave, stating clearly the purpose for the leave and the period of leave. If the Superintendent consider that granting of such leave is in the interest of the juvenile, he shall call for a detailed report of the Probation Officer on the advisability or otherwise of granting such leave and take decision himself or forward the case to the Chief Inspector, as the case may be. While issuing orders sanctioning the leave of absence, the sanctioning authority shall clearly mention the period of leave and the conditions attached to the leave order. If any of these conditions are not complied with during the leave period, the juvenile may be recalled to the institution. The parent or guardian shall arrange to escort the juvenile from and to the institution and bear the travelling expenses. In exceptional cases or during »n emergency, the Superintendent may arrange to escort the juvenile to the place of the family and back. If the juvenile runs away from his home during,the leave period, the parent or guardian are required to inform the Superintendent of the institution imme-diately and try to trace the juvenile and if found, escort him to the institution. If the parent or guardian does not take proper care of the juvenile during the leave period or does not bring him back to the insiitution within the stipulated period, such leave may be refused on late occasions. If the juvenile does not return to the institution on expiry of the Sanctioned leave, the case shall be referred to the police for taking charge of the juvenile and bringing him back to the institution. The period of such leave shall be deemed to be part of the period of his deten-tion in the institution. The time which elapses after the failure of an inmate to return to the institution within the stipulated period shall be excluded in computing the period of his detention in the institution. The juvenile in an institution can be transferred to any other institution by the Chief Inspector. The proposal for transfer of juvenile shall be made by the Superintendent with proper justification. The transfer may be proposed only if it is in the interest of the juvenile with specific reasons, e.g. (a) (b) the juvenile is to be given further education or special training which is not available in the institution; the juvenile is in need of change of environment or change of climate on health grounds for taking treatment which is not available in the institution ; the proposed transfer would bring the juvenile near his family and help him in his rehabilitation; or any other reason for which the transfer would be in the interest of the welfare of the juvenile.

Leave of Absence.

26.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

27. Transfer ef Juveniles

(1)

(c) (d) (2)

No transfer shall ordinarily be proposed en the ground that the juvenile has problems or is difficult to be made in the existing institution.

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(3) Transfer of juvenile from one State to any other State may be ordered by the competent authority after obtaining the concurrence of that Stete. Correspondence and orders in this behalf may be issued by the State Government. On receipt of transfer orders from the proper authority, the Superintendent shall arrange to escort the juvenile to the new institution. The juvenile shall be properly dressed and proper arrangement for his food may be made till he reached the new institution. The juvenile's case file containing the record of the juvenile shall be sent along with the juvenile. The parent or guardian shall be informed about the juvenile's transfer and reasons therefor. The licence granted under sub-section (1) of section 49 of the Act shall as far as possible be in Form VIII. After the order or release on licence in Form VIII is issued by the State Government, it shall be read out to the licence and his signat ure obtained. The conditions en which he has been released on licence shall be explained to him in detail. The copies of the order oi release on licence shall be sent to the parent or guardian and the Probation Officer who will supervise the juvenile during the licence period. On the release of any juvenile on licence, information shall be sent by the Superintendent to the competent authority under whose orders the juvenile was kept in the institution.

(4)

Release on licence.

28.

(1) (2)

(3) When a licence has been revoked and the juvenile refuses or fails to report to the institution to which he was directed so to return, any police officer may on the advice of the authority revoking the licence, arrest the juvenile without warrant and arrange him to be sent to the institution. (1) Release
29.

The Superintendent shall maintain a roster of the cases to be released on the expiry of the period of stay as ordered by the competent authority. Each case shall be placed before the Classification Committee well in advance for review and advice with regard to his placement after release and submit the case to the Chief Inspector along with a detail report. With regard to cases in which the juveniles are kept for the maximum period action may be initiated six months before they attain the age of 18 years in case of boys and 20 years in case of girls. Timely information of the release of an inmate and of the probable date of his release shall be given to his parent or guardian and the parent or the guardian shall be invited to come to the institution to take charge of the inmate on that date. If necessary, the actual expenses of the parent's or guardian's journey both ways and of the juvenile's journey from the institution shall be paid to the parent or guardian by the Superintendent at the time of the release of the juvenile. If the parent or guardian as the case may, fails to come to take charge of the juvenile on the appointed date, the juvenile shall be taken to his native place by the escort of the institution. Girls shall be escorted by a female escort. At the time of release or discharge, a juvenile may be provided with a set of government clothing, if the Superintendent deems it necessary. If the inmate has no parent or guardian, he may be sent to an After Care Organisation or in the event of employment having been found for him to the person who has under taken to employ him. The Superintendent of a girl's institution subject to the approval of the Chief Inspector, may get suitable girls above the age of 18 years married according to the procedure laid down by the Chief Inspector from time to time. The Superintendent shall order the discharge of any juvenile the period of whose date has expired and inform the Chief Inspector within 7 days of the action taken by him the date of release falls on a Sunday or any other public holiday, the juvenile may be released on the preceding day, entry to that effect being made in the register of discharge. The Superintendent shall in appropriate cases, order the payment of subsistence at such rates

(2)

(3) (4)

(5)

(6)

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(7) In deserving cases, the Superintendent may provide the juvenile with such small tools, as may be necessary, to start a business subject to such maximum cost as may be fixed. The Superintendent may, subject to the approval of the Chief Inspector allow at their own request such girls as have no place to go, to stay in the ihstitution after the period of their detention has expire till some other suitable arrange ments are made. The case file of each inmate shall be maintained in a Juvenile Home or Special Home, containing the following information; namely :(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) 31. Estoblishmen t and recognition of After Care Homes. (1) commitment papers, court documents and other relevant papers; Probation Officer's report; information from previous institution; initial interview material, information from family members, relative, friends, miscellaneous information; sources of further information; observation reports from staff members in charge of admission programme; reports from Medical Officer, I.Q. testing, aptitude testing, educa-tional tests; social history; summary and analysis by officer-in-charge of the Reception Unit; initial classification sheet; instruction regarding training and treatment programme and about special precautions to be taken; leave and other privileges granted; violation of rules, regulations, special achievements; quarterly progress reports from vairous sections; review sheet ; m.c. report (in case cf girls) pre-release programme; final progress report.; release on licence; final discharge; follow-up reports; central index number; remarks.

(8)

30. Maintenance of case file

The State Government shall provide a comprehensive scheme of after care with the following objectives, namely :(a) (b) (c) ' to extend help, guidance, counselling, support and protection to all released juveniles whenever necessary; to help a released juvenile to over-come his mental, social and economic difficulties; to impress upon the" juvenile the need to adjust his habits, attitudes,approaches and value schemes on a rational appreciation of social responsibility bilities and obligations and also of requirements of community living to help the juvenile to make smooth adjustment to his post-relative environment ; to encourage the juvenile in -making satisfactory re-adjustment with his family, neighbourhood and community; to assist the juvenile in functioning as a self-dependent and self reliant socially useful citizen;

(d) (e) (f)

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(g) to assist in the process of the juvenile's physical, mental, vocational, economic, social and attitudinal post-release re-adjustment and ultimate rehabilitation and (h) to complete in all respects the process of the juvenile's final re-adjustment, resettlement and rehabilitation.
(2)

The State Government may establish and maintain as many After Care Homes as may be necessery for the reception of the juveniles discharged from the Juvenile Homes and Special Homes for the purpose of enabling them to lead an honest, industrious and useful life. Where the State Government is of the opinion that any institution other than an institution established under sub-rule (2) is fit for the reception of the juvenile to be sent there from the Juvenile Homes and Special Homes he may recognise such institution as an After Care Home for the purpose of the Act. Every After Care Home to which a juvenile is sent under these rules shall not only provide the juvenile with accommodation, maintenance and educational and vocational guidance but also provide him with facilities for the development of his character and abilities to ensure all - round development of his personality as well as opportunities to enable him to reintegrate into the community as lawabiding citizen and shall perform such other functions as may be prescribed from time to time. Before a juvenile is discharged from a Juvenile Home or Special Home, as the case may be, and is sent to an After Care Home, the Probation Officer or the Car.e Worker shall prepare and submit a report regarding the necessity and nature of after care assistance required by the juvenile, the period of such after care and the supervision thereof. The Superintendent of the After Care Home in which the juvenile is placed shall submit periodically a detailed progress report t on the juvenile to the Chief Inspector till the juvenile is reintegrated into the community. The internal management, functions and responsibilities of the After Care Home and the standards and nature of services to be maintained by it shall be regulated by the instructions as issued from time to time. Any individual or a suitable place or institution, the occupier or manager of which is willing temporarily to receive a juvenile in need of care, protection or treatment tor so long a period as may be necessary may be recognised by the State Government as fit person or fit institution Any association or body of individuals, whether incorporated or not established or having for its object the reception or protection of juveniles or the prevention of cruelty to juveniles and which under to bring up or to give facilities for bringing up any juvenile entrusted to its care in conformity with the religion of his birth, may be included within the meaning of fit institution. A list of names and the addresses of fit persons and fit institutions approved by the State Government shall be kept in the office of the Chief Inspector and shall be made available to the competent authority wherever necessary. After committal of a ju\enile by the competent authority to an institution recognised as a fit person or fit institution with collateral branches, the managers of intimation may send the juvenile to any of the branches of such institution after giving an intimation to the competent authority under whose orders the juvenile was committed and to the Chief Inspector. If the Superintendent of any institution desires that the institution may be certified or recognised under the Act, he shall make a written application together with a copy each of the rules, bye-laws, article of associa-

(3)

(4)

Recognition 32 of fit person or institution (2)

(5)

(3) (6)

(I)

(4)

Certification 33. (1) of Institution or recognition

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tion, list of members of the society/association running the institution office bearers and a statement showing the status and past record of social or public service of the institution and the society running the institution to the Chief Inspector who shall either inspect the institu-tion himself or cause it to be inspected by any of his subordinate officers and shall make a report to the State Government regarding the provision made in the institution for the boarding, lodging, general health of the inmates, the quality of the educatonal, vocational training and treat-ment services made available and sources of income, and may recommend certification or recognition with specific reference to the age group and sex. .(2) The State Government may on receipt of the report of the Chief Inspec-tor and after satisfying himself that the institution possesses sufficient financial means to carry out its obligations, certify or grant recognition to or certify the institution under section 9, 1o and 11 of the Act or as the case may be, on condition it shall undertake to : (a) comply with the standards of services as laid down by the State Government from time to time and to ensure an all-round growth and development of juveniles placed under it's charge ; abide by these rules and any instruction issued by the Chief Inspector or the competent authority and see that the same are followed by the personnel of the institution ; provide such staff as may be required by the Chief Inspector or the competent authority from time to time. furnish to the Chief Inspector, whenever required, a statement of its financial position including the balance sheet and audited report.

(b)

(c) (d)

(3)

The State Government may, on the report of the Chief Inspector, if dissatisfied with the conditions, rules, management or superintendence of an institution certified or recognised under the Act, at any time by notice served on the Superintendent of the Institution declare' that the certificate or recognition of the institution as the case may be, shall stand withdrawn as from a date specified in the notice and from the said date the institution shall cease to be an institution certified or recognised under section 9, 10 or 11 of the Act, as the case may be. The State Government may, instead of withdrawing a certtificate or recognition by notice served on the manager of the institution, prohi-bit admission of juveniles to the institution for such time as may be specified in the notice or until the notice is revoked, whichever isear-Her. Before the issue of a notice a reasonable opportunity shall be given to the Superintendent of the institution to show cause why the certificate or recognition may not be withdrawn or admission may noit be prohibited, as the case may be. The decision to withdraw or to restore the certificate, or recognition of the institution may be taken on the basis of a thorough investigation by a specially constituted committee including among its members representative of a voluntary institution or organisation other than the one under consideration.. The Superintendent of an institution may on giving six months notice in writing to the authority concerned through the Chief Inspector of their intention to do so, resign the certificate or recognition of the institu-tion and accordingly at the expiration of six months from the date of notice, unless before that time the notice is withdrawn the resignation of the certificate or recognition shall take effect and the insti ution shall cease to be certified or recognised under the Act or these Rules A juvenile shall not be received into an institution after the date of the receipt by the Superintdenet of the institution of a notice of with drawal of the certificate or recognition or after the date of notice of resignations of the certificate or lecognition. The obligation of the Superintendent to teach, train, lodge, clothe and feed any juvenile

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

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detained in the institution at the respective dates aforesaid shall except so far as the authority concerned otherwise directs, continues until the withdrawal or resignation of the certificate or recognition takes effect. (8) When an institution ceases to be an institution certified or recognised under sectson 9, 10 or 11 of the Act or the juveniles detained therein shall under orders of the officer empowered in this behalf by the State Government be either; discharged absolutely or on such condition as the officer may impose; (a) or transferred to some other institution established, certified or recognised under section (b) 9 , 1 0 or 11 of the Act in accordance with the provisions of the Act and rules relating to discharge and transfer. Intimation of such discharge or transfer shall be given to the Board/Court. 34.
Grant in aid to certifit ed or recogn ised institut ions.,

An institution certified or recognised under section 9, 10 or 11 of the Act may, during the period certification or recognistion is in foi ce, may apply for grant-in-aid by the State Government for maintenance of juveniles leccived by them under the provisions of the Act and for expenses incurred on their education, treatment, vocational training, development and rehabilitation. The grant-in-aid may be admissible at such rates, in such manner and subject to such conditions as may be determined by the State Government from time to time.

35. No stranger shall be admitted to the premises of the institution except with the permission of the Chief Inspector or the Superintendent. 36. On admission to an institution established under the Act, every juvenile shall be photo graphed and three copies of the photograph shall be obtained. One photograph shall be kept in the case file of the inmate, one shall be fixed with the index card and the third one shall be kept in an album serially. The negative shall be kept in another album. 37 . While dealing with juveniles under the provisions of the Act or these rules except at the time of arrest, the Police Officer shall wear plain clothes and not the police uniform. 38. No juvenile dealt with under the provisions of the Act or these rules shall be hand cuffed or fettered.

Identify

photos

Police offi Cers to be in Plain Clothes.

Prohibition Visitors' Book 39- A visitors' book shall be maintained in which the persons authorised to visit the institu-tution shall of the use of handcuffs record the dates of their visits with any remarks or suggestions which they may think proper. The and fetters. Superintendent shall forward a copy of every such entry to the Chief Inspector with such remarks as he may desire to offer in explanation or otherwise and thereon the Chief Inspector shall issue such orders as he may deem necessary.
Maintainance 40. of Registers Headquarter's 41.

The Superintendent shall maintain in his office such registers and forms as may be required by the Chief Inspector from time to time. (1) The State Government shall provide for the appointment of staff for the supervision, control and development of services under the Act, Deputy Director Chief Inspector / Research/Statistical Officer/Accounts/Audit Officers and minis terial staff as per requirement. (2) The Headquarter's Organisation shall look after the development of education, vocationsal training and rehabilitation services as well as for the placement of juveniles released from institutions. This will also be entrusted with a specific function of securing for girls opportunities for their reintegation into the community through marriage, employment, vocational placement, etc. One of the main objectives of the headquarters organisation will be the development of infrastructure in voluntary sector for providing services under the juvenile justice system.

(3)

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(b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) advising Government on the formulation of progressive policies and implementation of juvenile justice services; implementing Government policies regarding juvenile justice developmerit; preparing plan and non-plan schemes for the development of the juvenile justice programme; formulating annual budgets and exercising financial control; releasing grant-in-aid for juvenile justice activities; inspection of juvenile justice programmes; departmental audit of juvenile justice institutions and activities; training of both governmental and voluntary functionaries engaged in juvenile justice activities; preparation of annual reports and compilation of statistics and research and evaluation.

The duties of the Chief Inspector shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of the Act and the requirements of these rules. The Chief Inspectors shall be responsible for the inspection of institutions set up or recognised under the Act. His inspection reports shall contain comments and suggestions on the following items pertaining to the working of the institutions, namely :(a) phvsical setting in terms of building space, requirements, living quarters tor juveniles, class rooms, sick rooms, water supply and sanitary arrange-ment, playgrounds, quarters on the premises for essential staff, general cleanliness etc.; quality and quantity of food given to the juveniles; clothing and bedding; facilities for medical treatment including arrangements for immuni-sation and preventive and curative services; arrangements for education and vocational training; maintenance of case files of juveniles in institutions; arrangements made for recreation games, P.T., library, etc.; provisions of staff of various categories ; registers and Accounts; difficulties and grievances of personnel; difficulties and grievances of juveniles ; and review of the impact of the institutional programmes.

(b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1)

Inspection of Institutions.

42.

Every Chief Inspector, Inspector and Assistant Inspector shall, during his inspection or visit to an institution give every juvenile committed or remanded to its care an opportunity to make any complaint or application to him which such juvenile may wish to make. Every such Inspector shall at the conclusion of his inspection note in the inspection book of the institution the fact that he has inspected it on a particular date. The Chief Inspector shall, either on his own inspection or on the inspection report of other inspecting staff, communicate to the Superintendent of the institution so inspected such suggestions or directions as he may deem fit and necessary. Any place of safe custody in which a juvenile is kept shall be open to inspection by the District Magistrate, any Magistrate deputed by the District Magistrate. member of a Juvenile Welfare Board, Magistrate of a Juvenile Court, the Chief Inspector and

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(5)
(6)

(7)

Dutie s of 44. (I) Prob ation Offic er

(8)

(9)

Dutie s of the 43.
Superintendent

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The occupier or manager of such place of safe custody shall give every facility to the Probation Officer who visits the juvenile for the purpose of making inquiries into his case. Any registered medical practitioner empowered in this behalf by the State Government may visit any institution, a fit person or fit institution at any time with or without notice in order to report to the Chief Inspecto on the health of the inmates and the sanitary condition of the Institution In addition to the inspecting staff appointment under the Act, every Government Joint Director/Deputy Director of Education detailed by Director of Education shall also be an exofficio Inspector of the institutions set up or certified under this Act within his local jurisdiction. He

appro ved by the Direct orate of Educa tion. He shall also carry out inspec tion of such institu tions within his local jurisdi ction as requir e recog nition of the educat ional curric ulum prescr ibed by the said Direct orate. He shall compl y with such directi ons as the Chief Inspec tor may consid er it necess ary to give him throug h the Direct or of

tions to the Chief Inspector through the Director of Education. Such Inspector shall inspect the premises of each such institution within his jurisdiction see the juveniles and satisfy himself that all the registers pertaining to literacy education are maintained according to the rules for the time being in force and that proper arrangements are made for the safe custody of all such records. Each year he shall personally arrange for the examination of the literacy classes of each such institution and shall submit to the Director of Education any suggestions he may wish to make. The Director ot Education shall forward such reports to the Chief Inspector with his remarks, if any. The industrial, technical, agricultural or other vocational training classes run by the institutions shall be inspected by the Director of Industries or by an officer authorised by in this behalf or by an officer of the Agriculture or other Departments concerned, as the case may be, shall forward the inspection report to the Chief Inspector. The general duties, functions and responsibilities of the Superintendent will be as follows, namely :(a) providing homely atmosphere of love affection, care and welfare of juveniles;, (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) planning implementing and coordinating all institutional activities programmes and operations; maintaining minimum standards at the institution; classification of juveniles, training and treatment programmes and correctional activities; supervision over juveniles' discipline and morale; allocation of duties to personnel; attending to personnel welfare and staff discipline; preparation of budget and control over financial matters; supervision over office administration; monthly office inspection; daily inspection and round of institution; inspecting and tasting food prepared for juveniles.

On receipt of information from the Officer-in-charge of a Police Station under clause (b) of section 19, an order from the Juvenile Wel-fare Board under sub rule (r) of rule 5 of these rules, the Probation Officer shall enquire into the antecedents and family history of the juvenile and such other material circumstances as may be necessary and

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submit a preliminary report as nearly as in From IX to the competent autho-rity as early as may be allowed by the competent autohority. (2) Every Probation Officer shall carry out all directions given to him by a competent authority and the Chief Inspector and shall perform the following duties (a) to make inquiries regarding the home and school conditions, conduct character and health of juvenile, under his supervision; to attend regularly the court of competent authority arid submit reports to maintain diary, case files and such registers as may be prescribed from time to time: to visit regularly juveniles placed under his supervision and also places of employment or school attended by such juveniles and to submit regularly fort nightly reports nearly as in Form X.; to take juveniles wherever possible from the court of a competent authority to Observation Home, Juvenile Home, Special Home or fit person; to bring before the competent authority immediately juveniles who have not been of good behaviour during the period of supervision ; follow up of juveniles after their release from the institutions and extending help and guidance to them; establishing linkages with \oluntary workers and organisations to facilities rehabilitation and social reintegretion of juveniles and to ensure the neccessary follow up.

(b)

(e) (f) (g) (h)

(3) Duties of Case 45.. Workesr

A Probation Officer shall not employ a juvenile under his supervision for his own private purposes or take any private services from him ; The general duties, functions and responsibilities of Case Workers shall be as follows, namely: (a) making social study of the juvenile through personal interview and from the family, social agencies and other sources; clarifying problems of the juvenile and. dealing with his difficulties institu(b) tional life;

(c) participating in the orientation classification and reclassification programme ; (d) establishing cooperation and understanding between the juvenile and the
administration; (e assisting the juvenile to develop contacts with his family and also providing ) assistance to his family members ; participating in the pre-release programme and helping the juvenile to esta-blish (f) contacts which can provide emotional and social support to juveniles after their release; 46. (1) functions and responsibilities of Care Takers shall be as The general duties, follows, namely :(a) handling juveniles with love and affection; (b) taking proper care and welfare of juveniles; (c) maintaining discipline in institution; (d) maintenance, sanitation and hygiene; (e) implementing daily routine in an effective manner; (f) looking after the security and safety arrangements, of the institution ; and (g) escorting juveniles whenever they go out of the institution. A job chart for Care Takers shall be worked out by the Chief Inspector to be strictly adhered to in all institutions. A Care Taker shall be liable for departmental action for; (a) willingly or. negligently permitting an inmate to escape; (b) giving or attempting to give an inmate or taking out or attempting to take out from the institution any article not allowed by the Superintendent ;and (c) wilful disobedience or neglect of any rules, regulation or orders.

(3) Duties of Care Takers.

Training of 47 Personnel

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47The State Government shall provide for training for personnel of each category of staff in keeping with their statutory responsibilities and specific job require-ments. , The training programme shall include; (a) training of newly-recruited staff; (b) refresher training courses lor every staff member at least once in every five years,. (c) staff conferences, seminars, workshops etc. at various levels of the personnel organisation.

Advisory 48. Bord

The State Government shall set up an Advisory Board as required under Section of the Act consisting of the following :Minister in charge of juvenile justice services Secretary in charge of juvelnie justice services Secretary, Education Secretary, Health Secretary, Home Secretary, Law Secretary, labour Secretary, Industries Secretary, Finance An Industrialist A journalist A representative of the Bar, Two Social Workers/ representatives of voluntary organisations Deputy Director in charge oi juvenile Justice Services (2) Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member MemberSecretary. The Advisory Board may adivse to the State on the following matters, namely :(a) development of juvenile justice services through various official and communi'tybased welfare agencies; (b) the ways and means of mobilising human and material resources to ensure social justice to neglected or delinquent juveniles; (c) the development of facilities for educational, vocational training and rehabilitation of various categories of juveniles coming within the purview of the juvenile justice system; (d) the coordination between varioivs sectois of child development in dealing with the problems of juveniles processed through the law. The non-official members of the Advisory Board shall be appointed by the State Government on the recommendation of the Secretary in charge of juvenile justice services. The non-official members shall hold office for a term of 3 years from the date of appointment and shall be eligible, for reappointment. The tenure of the non-offickl member may, without assigning any reason be terminated by the State Government. Any casual vacancy among non-official members shall be filled by the appointment of another non-official who shall hold office so long as the person in whose place he is appointed would have held it if the vacancy had not occured. The procedure for the meetings of the Advisory Board shall be laid down, by the State Government.

(3)

The District Magistrate shall be empowered to appoint three non-officials as visitors for each Visiters 49. institution established under the Act within his jurisdiction Each visitor appointed under section shall visit the institution for which he or she is appointed at least once in three months and send a quarterly report to the State Government containing his or her comments or suggestions in regard to the institutional management and the quality of institutional services, for such action as the District Magistrate may' deem necessary. Jevenire 50. (1) The State Government shall create s fund to be called the "Juvenile JusticeFund" (hereinafter in this rule referred to as Fund) for the welfare and reha-bilitation of the juveniles

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(2) The Fund shall be applied : (a) /to implement programmes for the welfare and rehabilitation of juveniles;

(b) to pay grant-in-aid to non-official organisations; and
.(c) to do all other things that are incidental and conducive to the above (3)

purposes; For the management and administration of the Fund, the State Government shall constitute a Board of Management consisting of the following members,. namely :Chairman (i) Minister-in-charge of Juvenile Justice Services (ii)' Secretary-in-charge of the department dealing with Juvenile Member Justice Services Secretary, Department of Finance (hi) Three non-official members to be appointed by the State Member Member (iv) Government (v) Deputy Director of the Department dealing with the Juvenile Justice Services SecretaryTreasurer A non-official member shall, unless he resigns his office or dies or otherwise vacates his office at an earlier date, hold office for a period not exceeding two years. A member nominated to fill a casual vacancy shall hold office for as long as the member whose place he fills would have been entitled to hold office if the vacancy had not occured.

(4)

(5)

A non-official member other than the Chairman may resign his office by writing under his hand addressed to the Chairman. (ii) The Chairman may resign his office by writing under his hand addre-ssed to the State Government. (iii) The resignation shall take effect from the date of its acceptance or or on the expiry of 30 davs from the date of its receipt by the Chairman or as the case may be, by the State Government, whichever is earlier. A non-official member shall be deemed to have vacated his office :(a) if he becomes of unsound mind or as declared insolvent ; (b) if he is convicted for any offence which in the. opinion of the State Government involves moral turpitude; it is not desirable that he (c) if in the opinion of the State Government, should continue to be a member. The Board of Management shall meet at least'once a year at such places and on such dates and at such time as may be appointed by the Chairman. The quorum for a meeting of the Board of Management shall be four.If a meeting of the Board of Management could not be held for want of quorum then a meeting shall automatically stand adjounred till the same day in the next week at the same time and place or if that day is a public holiday,till the next succeeding day which is not a public holiday, at the same time and place. , It shall be the duty of the Secretary-Treasurer : (a) to be the custodian of all records of the Board of Management. (b) to conduct the official correspondence on behalf of the Board of Management. (c) to issue all notices for convening the meetings of the Board of Management. (d) (e) (t) to keep minutes of all meetings of the Board of Management; to manage the properties and funds of the Fund, to maintain accounts and execute all contracts on behalf of the Board of Management; to exercise all other powers and execute such other functions as may be assigned to him by the Board of Management from time to time.

(i)

(6)

(7) (8)

(9)
►

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(1o) The Board of Management may receive such voluntary donations, contributions or subscriptions as may be made by any individuals or organisations in furtherance of the object of the Fund. (II)) The assets of the Fund shall include all such grant and contributions, recurring or nonrecurring, from the Central and State Government or any other,sta-tutory or non-statutory bodies set up by the Central or State Government, as well as the voluntary donations from any individual or organisation. (12) Withdrawals shall be made by cheques or requisitions, as the case may be, signed by the Secretary-Treasurer in the case of amounts not exceeding rupees one thousand ?nd signed duly by the Secretary-Treasurer and another member of the Board ef Management to be nominated by the Board of Management in other cases. Regular accounts shall be kept of all money and properties and all incomes and expenditure of the Fund and shall be audited by the firm of Chartered Accountants of any other recognised authorities as may be appointed by the Board. The Auditors shall also certify that the expenditure from the funds of the Fund has been incurred in accordance with the objects of the Fund. Regular accoun-ounts of the money of the Funds shall be kept by the Secretary-Treasurer. All contracts and other assurances shall be in the name of the Board of Management and signed on their behalf by the Secretary-Treasurer and one member of the Board of Management authorised by it for that purpose. (14) The Board of Management shall invest the proceeds of sale or other disposal of the property as well as any money or property not" immediately required to be used for the objects of the Fund in any one or more of the modes of investment for the time being authorised by law for the investment of trust money as the Board of Management may think proper. The Board of Management may delegate to one or more of the member such, of its power which in its opinion are merely ministerial or procedural. * As far as possible the following Forms shall be used for the purposes noted against each :Form XI : Form XII : Show cause notice under Sub-Section (2) of Section 14. Search warrant under Sub-Section (2) of Section 14.

(13)

(15)

Forms

51.

Form XIII : Order for the removal of a juvenile from the charge of his parent or guardian under sub-Section (2) of Section 14. Form XIV : ' Form of report of the Probation Officer for the purpose of sub-section (3) of Section 16 or proviso to sub-Section (2) of Section 21. Form XV : Form of information of arrest of a juvenile to guardian under clause (a) of Section 19. his parent or

Form XVI : Form of information of arrest of a juvenile to the Probation Officer under clause (b) of Section 19. Form XVII : Order of the competent authority sending a child to a Juvenile Home or Special Home under sub-Section (3) of section 16 and proviso of sub-Section (2) of Section 21.

24 FORM I [See sub-rule (5) of rule 5] Order requiring
a Probation Officer to make enquiries. Probation Officer/Social Worker
To .........................................................................

Whereas (I) a report/complaint under section...................................................................... of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986, has been received from............................................. .................... in respect of .................son/daughter of.. . ...................................................................... (name of the juvenile) residing at ...................................... ....................................... ................ (2)........................................................................,. . .son/daughter of............................................................ residing at.... ........................................................................................... ... .............. ...... .......................has been -produced before this Juvenile Welfare Board under the provisions of sub-Section (1) of section 15 of Juvenile Justice Act, 1986. You are hereby directed to enquire into the character and social antecedents of the said juvenile and submit your report of social enquiries on or before...................... ....................... ...................... or within such further time as may be allowed to you by the Juvenile Welfare Board. Dated this...... ..................... .. .day of......................................19............. ....................

SEAL

( Signature ) Chairman, Juvenile Welfare Board.

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FORM II [See sub - rule (6) of rule 5] SUPERVISION ORDER When the juvenile is placed under the care of a parent guardian or other fit person. Case No. .................................................... of. ................................................................19........................ ereas..........................................................................................................................................................has (name of the child) this day been found to be neglected juvenile to have committed an offence ....... under section ....... .......................................................................... ........................

and has been placed under the care of (name) .................................................................................................................... ..................................(address).............................. .................................................................................................... on executing a bond by the said ................................. .................................................................................................... [the court is satisfied that it is expedient to deal with the said juvenile by making an order placing him/her under supervision : It is hereby ordered that the said juvenile be placed under the supervision of................................................... Probation Officer, for a period of ................................................................................................................ ; ............... to the following conditions, namely :(1) that the juvenile along with copies of the order and the bond executed by the said will be produced before the Probation Officer named therein............................................... (2) (3) that the juvenile will be submitted to the supervision of the Probation Officer ; that the juvenile will reside at ............................................................................................... , ............................................................................................................................................................. for a period of .................................................................. that the juvenile will not be allowed to quit the district jurisdiction of.................................................. without the written permission of the Probation Officer; that the juvenile will not be allowed to associate with bad character; that the juvenile will live honestly and peaceably; that the juvenile will attend the Attendance Centre regularly; that the person under whose care the juvenile is placed will arrange for the proper care education and welfare of the juvenile; that the preventive measures "will be taken by the person under those care the juvenile is placed to see that the child does not commit any offence punishable by any law in force in India; that the juvenile w i l l be prevented from uking narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances or any other intoxicants ; that the directions given by the Probation Officer from time to time, for the due observance of the conditions mentioned above, will be carried out.
......................................... 19...........................

(4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

[ this ......................................................day of ........................................................... 19.................................................

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FORM III [See subrule (7) of rule 5] When the child is ordered to pay fine under clause (e) of sub-section (1) of section 21 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986. Case No. ..................................... .................................of. . .......................................................................... 19. . .................. . Whereas . . ............................................................................................................................................................................................. ....... (Name of the Juvenile)
resident of........................................................................................................................................................................

(give full address such as house No. Road, Village /town, District, etc.) , ..............................has this day been found guilty of an offence under section.................................................... of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986 and has bean ordered to pay a fine of Rs. ......................................................... and the Junenile Court is satisfied that it is expedient/ to deal with the said juvenile by making an order placing him/her under supervision. It is hereby ordered that the said juvenile be placed under the supervision of . ................... .. ................... a Probation Officer for a period of ..................................................................................... and shall

observe the following conditions nemely :(1) that he/she will present himself/herself within fourteen days from the date of this order before the Probation Officer namely herein, and w ill produce copy of the order; (2) that he/she will submit himself /herself to the supervision of the Probation Officer; (3) that he/she will, during the period specified herein, keep the Probation Officer, advised to his/ her place of residence and means of livelihood/place of work/place of educatio and progress in education; that he/she will attend the Attendance Centre regularly; (4) that he/she will not associate with bad characters to lead a dissolute life; (s) that he/she will live honestly and peaceably and will go to school regularly/endeavour to earn an honest livelihood; (6) that he/she will not commit any offence punishable by any law in force in India; (7) that he/she will abstain from taking intoxicants and that he/she will carry out such directions as may, from time to time, be given by the Probation Officer, ( 8) for the due observance of the conditions mentioned. (9) Dated this..............................................................; ............... day of.......................................................................... 19............ (Signature) ' Principal Magistrate, Juvenile Court. * Additional conditions, if any, may be inserted by the Juvenile Court, if necessary. To be renumbered f if necessary.

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FORM IV [See sub-rule (8) of Rule 5] Order of detention under sub-section (2) of section 15 or under clause (c) of sub-section (1) of section 21 of the Act. To The Superintendent

Whereas on the .................................................. day of................................................................... 19 ...........................................................................................son/daughter of ....................................... ........................................................................ aged ............................................... .... residing at ........................................................................being (bund in case No. ......................................... to be a neglected juvenile to ction. hairman, Juvenile Welfare Board Senior Magistrate, Juvenile Court 'er section.....................................................................................of the Juvenile Justice Act, to be detained in the Juvenile Home ........................ ............................................................. Special Home a period of ...................................................................................... This is to authorise and require you to receive the said juvenile into your custody, and to him in the Juvenile Home .......................................................................................................................................... Special Home the aforeasoid period. Given under my fund and the seal oJ-Juvenile -Juvenile elfare Board art! day of ................................................... have committed an offience under

, was ordered by me.................................

This

Encl
Copy of the judgement if any, of orders, particulars of home and previous . Previous history under the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986.

____________________________________________________________________________________ Date Order passed including period of Section Competent authority detention, if any _______________________________________________________________________________ ______

Juvenile Welfare Board -Principal Magistrate, Juvenile Court Privious history under the Jevenile Justice Act, 1986. *Strike out which is not required .
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FORM V [See sub-rules (i) of Rule 6] Bond to be executed by a parent/guardian/relative or fit person to whose care a child is committed under section 16(1) or section 21 (i) (b) of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986. Whereas I ....................................................................................... being the parent, guardian relative or fit person under whose care (name of juvenile) has been ordered to be placed by the Juvenile Welfare Board/Juvenile Court.................................................................................................................have been directed by the said Juvenile Welfare Board/Juvenile Court to execute a bond in the sum of rupees .................................................. (Rupees ..........................................................................................) with one surety-/two sureties, I hereby blind myself on the said................................................................................................. being placed under my care. I shall have the said ............................................................................... ,............... properly taken care of and I do further bind myself to be responsible for the good behaviour of the said .................................................................................and to observe the following conditions for a period of...................................................................... years commencing from. (1) (2) that I shall not change my place of residence out giving previous intimation in writing to the Juvenile Welfare Board/Juvenile Court through the Probation Officer; that I shall not remove the said................................................................ from the limits of the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Welfare Board/Juvenile Court without previously obtaining. the written permission of the Board/Court; that I shall send the said, ............................................................................ day to school/to such daily work as is approved by the Board/Court unless prevented from so doing by circcumstances beyond my control., that I shall send the said ......................................................................................... to an Attendance Centre regularly unless prevented from so doing by circumstances beyond

(3)

(4)

(5) ......................................................................................................................................that I shall report immediately to the Board/Court through the Probation Officer, if the said ...........................................................................................................misbehaves or abconds from my care; (6) I shall produce the said ore the Board/ Court whenever so required by it; (7) (8) that I shall render all necessary assistance to the Probation Officer to enable him to carry out the duties of supervision; in the event of my making default herein, I bind myself to forfeit to Government the sum of Rupees ................................................................................................ (Rupees......................................... Dated this the ............................................................................... , . day of................................................................... 19. (Signed) that bef

(Signature of person executing the bond)

(place or residence with full particulars) hereby declare myself, surety/ourselves sureties for the aforesaid hereby declare myself, surety/ourselves sureties for the aforesaid .................................................................................. (name of the person executing the bond) that he shall do and perform all that he has undertaken to do and perform and in case of his making fault therein I/We hereby bind myself/ourselves jointly and severally to forfeit to Government the sum of Rs., , ................................ dated this the............................................................................,day of ................................ In the presence of (Signed)

(name of the person executing the bond) that he shall do and perform all that he has undertaken to do and perform and in case of his making fault I/We hereby bind myself/ourselves jointly and severally to forfeit to Government the sum of Rs., .................................. dated this the............................................................................, ............................................day of.............................. In the presence of

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VI [ See sub-rule (2) of rule 8 ] Bond to be signed by juvenile who has been ordered under (e) of sub-Section (1) of Section 21 of the Act.

Whereas I ............................................................................................................................................
inhabitant of...........................................................................................................................................................................................................

( give full particulars such as House number )

..............................................................................................
road, village/town, district, state..........................) have been ordered to be sent back to my native place by the Juvenile Welfare Board/Juvenile Court...................... under section 21 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986 on my entering into a bond under sub-rule (2) of rule 8 of .the Juvenile Justice (Sikkim) Rules, 1990 to observe the conditions mentioned herein below. Now, therfore, I do solemny promise to abide by these conditions during the period...................................................... ......................I hereby bind myself as follows: (1) That during the period................................................................................................... I shall not ordinarily leave the village/town/district to which I am sent and shall not ordinarily return to.............................................................................................................................................................. ............. ....................................................or go anywhere also beyond............................. . . ,................... the said district without the prior permission of the Board/Court;
(2) (3) (4)

that during the said period I shall attend work/school in the village/town or in the said district to which I am sent; that in case of my attending work/school at any other place in the said district I shall keep the Board/Court informed of my ordinary place of residence; that I shall be of good behaviour and shall not in any way commit any breach of conditions laid down in this bond and accepted by me; that during the period specified in the order I shall particularly observe the following conditions :(a)that I shall accept the guidance and assistance of the relative or fit person to whom I am sent as named in the order and will obey the directions given to me from time to time by the said person. (b) (c) that I shall not play truant from home, school, work of place to which I am sent; that I shall live honestly and peaceably and will endeavour to earn an honest livelihold/ attend school regularly and obey the authorities, shall not change my employmentt/school without the permission of the relative or fit person to whom I am sent; Additional conditions, if any. In case of my making default in observing any of the conditions specified above I shall on my reappearance before the competent authority receive such order the competent authority deem fit.

(J)

(d)

(6)

Dated this ................................................................................ day of...................................19......................

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FORM VII [ See sub-rule (2) of rule 8 ] Undertaking to be given by the person to whose care the juvenile is to be sent to his native place. I,........................................................................................................................................ ................................................. resident of ........................................................ — .............................................................................................................. ......................................(give full particulars such as house No/road. ........................................................................... village/town, district, state)............................................................................'................................................................... do hereby declare that I am willing to take charge of............................ ................ ........................................................... ....................... ....................... ...........................................................aged ........................................................................ under the orders of the Juvenile Welfare Board/Juvenile Court/Magistrate .......................................................................................................................................................................................subj ect to the following terms and conditions :(i) (ii ) If his/her conduct is unsatisfactory I shall at once inform the competent authority. I shall do my best for the welfare and education of the said ......................................................, long as he/she remains in my charge and shall make proper provision for his/her maintenance In the event of his/her illness, he/she shall have proper medical attention in the nearest hospital. (iv) I undertake to produce him/her before the competent authority when so required.

(iii)

Dated this ................... ..................................................... day of ........................................................................... 19.... Signature and address of witness (es):

1.
2.

Signature :

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FORM VIII [See sub-rule (I) of rule 28] Form of Licence.
I................................................................................................................................................................................................

( name and designation of the licensing authority )

State Government/Union Territory Administration, do by this licence permit . son/ daughter of............................................................caste ..................................... residence ............................. ................... ...........................................number ......................................................................................... who was ordered to . be detained in Juvenile Home, Special Home, Observation Home/After Care Home by the

Juvenile Welfare Board/Juvenile Court..............................................................................,.....................under section..............................................................................................................of the Juvenile Justice Act 1986, for a term of............................................................................. on the............................................. . .............. day of.............................................................. 19 , and who is now detained in the................................................

........................................................................... ...at...................................................................................... to be dischrged from the said......................................................................................................................... on condition that he/she be placed under the supervision and authority ................................................................................................................. ........ during the remaining portion the aforesaid period of detention.

This licence is granted subject to the conditions endorsed hereon, upon the breach of any "hich it shall be liable to be revoked.

Dated the Place

Signature and designation of Licensing Authority

4-5.

32
CONDITIONS The licensee shall proceed to ........................................................................................................................................................ and live under the supervision and authority of ......................................................................................................................................................un till the expiry of the period of his/her detention unless the remission is sooner cancelled. He/She shall not, without the consent of the said ................................. ....................................... ............................................................ ....................................................................remove himself/ herself from that place or any other place which may be named by the said............................ He/she shall obey such instructions as he/she may receive from the said .........................with regard to punctual and regular attendance at employment or otherwise. He/she shall attend the Attendance Centre at regularly He/she shall abstain from committing any offence and shall lead a sober and industrious life to the satisfaction of........................................................................................................... * * * * In the event of his/her committing a breach of any of the above conditions, the remission the period of detention hereby granted shall be liable to be cancelled and on such canci tion he/she shall be dealt with under sub-section (3) of section 49 of the Juvenile Ju Act, 1986. I hereby acknowledge that I am aware of the above conditions which have been over/explained to me and that I accept the same.

6. 7. 8. 9.

( Signature or mark of the licen

Certified that the conditions specified in the above order have been read over/explained to (Name).... .............................................................................................................................................................. .and that he/sl accepted them as the conditions upon which the remission of the period of detention has been gram him/her and that he/she has been released accordingly on the...................................................................................

Sgnature and designation Certifying authority (i.e. Su tendent of the Institution)

Additional conditions, if any to be imposed may be inserted by the Licensing Authority. To be

numbered where necessary.

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FORM IX [Sec sub-rule (I) of rule 44] Report on Preliminary Enquiry Sl.. No.______________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________ Submitted to the Juvenile Court/ j u v e n i l e Welfare Board____________________________________________ in the court of Court Case No.

Probation. Dept. Case No. Under Section

Title of case, Police Station Name I Religion Father's name Permanent address Last address Last address

1 Caste Year of birth

age

sex _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________ Previous court of institution history FAMILY _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________ Father _______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________ Step father _______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________ Mother _______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________ Step Mother _______________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________ Sub-mother _______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________ Siblings If married,relevant particulars

_______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________Companions and their influence _______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________ Truancy from home if any _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________ Previous deliquency if any _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________ School (attitude towards school teachers,class -mates and vice vers) _______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________ Work record, (jobs held,reason for leaving vocational interests, attitude towards job pr employers) _______________________________________________________________________________ _________________________ Neighbourhood and neighbours report _______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________ Parent attitude toward discipline in the home and childs reactions _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________ Any other remarks _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________ RESULT OF ENQUIRY Emotional factors Physical conditions , Intelligence Social and Economic factors, Religious factors Suggested causses of the problems, Analysis of the case giving an idea as to how the delinquency behaviour developed. Recommendations regarding treatment and its plan by Probations Officer

Signature of Probation Officer.

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FORM X [ See clause (d) ol sub-rule (2) of rule 44 ] Fortnightly Report of Progress of Probationer Part 1 Name of the Probation Officer for the month of Register No. Competent authority Case No. Name of the child, Date of supervision order Address of the child Period of supervision Places of interview ____________________________ _____ ____________________________ _____ ____________________________ _____ ____________________________ _____ Part II Dates _______ _______ _______ _______ _ _______ _______ _______ _______ ___ _______ _______ _______ _______ ____ _______ _______ _______ _______ ____

i. 2. 3..

Where the child is residing ? Progress made in any educational/training course. What work he/she is doing and his/her monthly average earning, if employed.

4. Saving kept in the Post-Office. Saving Bank Accounts in his/her name. 5. Health of the juvenile. 6. 7. 8. Remarks on his/her general conduct and progress. Whether properly cared for ? Any proceedings before the competent authority of (a) variation of conditions of bond (b) change of residence (c) other matter.

9. Period of supervision completed on 10. 11. Result of supervision with remarks (if any) Name and address of the parent or guardian or fit person under whose care the juvenile is to live after the supervision period >is over.

Date of report

Signature of the Probation Officer.

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FORM XI [ See rule 51 ] (Show cause notice under sub-section (2) of section 14 of the Act). Whereas a report from........................................................................................................has been received r sub-section (1) of section 14 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986, and whereas there is reason 10 believe that (name of the juvenile) Son/daughter of...................................................................................................................................... residing ..........................................................................................................................is a neglected child. whereas ..................................................................................................................................................... residing at ( name of the parent or guardian ) ........................................................ ..................................... ... . is reported to have the actual charge of or control over the said juvenile the said ...................................................... ............... is hereby called upon to prothe said ........................................................ ...before this Juvenile Welfare Board on. . ................................. day of ................................................................... 19 ..................................................at. . ................. hours and to show rhy the said.............................................................................................................. should not be dealt with as ( name of the child ) neglected under the provisions of the Jurvenile Justice Act, 1986. Dated this ............................................................ of....................................................... , ........................................ 19 at

Juvenile Welfare Board.

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FORM XII [ See rule 51] Search warrant under sub-section (2) of section 14 of the Juvenile Justice Act 19 Case No.................................................................................................................. ........................................................... To ........................................................................................................................................................................................ ( name and designation of the officer who is to execute the warrant ) Whereas ....................................................................................................... . .................. .residing at ............................. ............................ .................... under the actual charge or control of.............................................................................. is apparently a neglected juvenile and is required to be dealt with under the provisions of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986. And whereas it has been made to appear to be that the said juvenile is likely to be removed from ....... . .................................. m ............................................................................. or to be concealed. This is to authorise and require you to search for the said ....................................................................in the ...............................................................................and if found, to produce him/her forthwith before this Jvenile Welfare Board returning this warrant with an endorsement certifying what you have done under it, immediately upon its execution. Given under my hand and the seal of the Juvenile Welfare Board. This... .....................................................................day of .... 19

( Signature ) Chairman, Juvenile Welfare Board

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FORM XIII [.See rule 51] (Order for the removal of a juvenile from the charge of his parent or guardian under sub-section (2) of section 14 of the juvenile justice Act, 1986). (Name and designation of the person who is to execute the order) Whereas.............................., .........................................residing at...................................................................... .........................................................under the actual charge or control of................................................... ................................................................is apparently neglected juvenile and is required to be dealt with under the provisions of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986. And whereas there is reason to believe that the said juvenile is likely to be removed from ..................................................or to be concealed. You, are hereby directed to remove the said juvenile from the charge or control of........................................................................ to the Observation Home ....................................................................dated the ..........................................................................................................................................................
day of.............................................................................................19

Chairman, Juvenile welfare Board.

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FORM XIV

[ See rule 51 ] Report of the Probation Officer for the purposes of sub-section (3) of section 16 or proviso to sub-section (2) of section 21 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986.

1.

Name of the Probation Officer under whose supervision the juvenile has been placed :

2.

Order number and date under which the juvenile has been placed under supervision :

3.

Competent authority under whose orders the juvenile has been placed undir the supervision :

4.

Name of the juvenile's guardian or other fit person under whose care the juvenile has been placed :

5. Place of residence : 6. Whether there has been breach of any of the conditions imposed by the competent authority, if so, state the condition breach of which has taken place. 7. Whether the juvenile has not been of good behaviour ? If so, justify the same :

8. Whether the juvenile is not being looked after properly ? If so, justify the same :

9, Whether the juvenile is/was not attending his place of employment regularly ?

10.

Whether the juvenile is not attending the attendance Centre ?

11.

Any other reasons, for which the juvenile is recommended to be sent to a Juvenile Home/Special Home :

12.

Name of the Juvenile Home/Special Home where the juvenile is recommended to be sent.

39 FORM
XV [ See rule 51 ] (Information of arrest of a juvenile to his/her parent or guardian vide clause (a) of section 19 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986) Whereas (name of the juvenile) ......................................................................................................................... son/daughter of........................................................ aged ......................... resident of .................................................. has been arrested under section .........................of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986, and has been kept in the Observation Home at ...................................................................will be produced before the Juvenile Court .....................................................................(on date)................................................................................................ (name of the parent or guardian) resident of............................................................................ ............................................................................................. (hereby directed to be present at the Juvenile court.................................................................................... ....................... ......................................................................at (time),................................................................................. ..............

Signature of the Officerin-charge of the Police Station,

40
FORM XVI [ See rule 51] ( Information of arrest of a juvenile to the Probation Officer vide clause (b) of section 19 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986 ). 1.
2.

Name of the juvenile
Age :

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. II.

Son/daughter of : Residing at : Under the care of : Date and time of arrest : Place or arrest : Section under which arrested : Brief history of the case : Whether kept in the observalion home : and, if so, name of the observation home :

Date Signature of the Officer in charge of the Police Station.

To The Probation Officer _____________________ ____________________ ___________________

#

41
FORM XVII [ See rule 51 ] Order of the competent authority sending a juvenile to a Juvenile Home/Special Home under the provisions of sub-section (3) of section 16 or under provision of sub-section (2) of section of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986. ORDER Competent authority........................ ...................................... .... whereas .............. .............................................................(name of the juvenile) son/daughter of..........................

N0.

......... ... ...................... resident of .............................................................................was placed.................... 'under the care of.................................................................................. resident of ......................................................... unde rsection...... ............... '. ............................................of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986, vide order No.......... dated ......................................................................................... and was further placed under the super vision of ............................................................................................................................................................. (name of the Probation Officer) .................................................................................... under section. ............................................................................ order No............................................................. dated .................................................................. And whereas on the report of the said Probation Officer and on making necessary inquiry it has found expedient to deal with the said juvenile under section ........................................................................................ of the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986.

It is hereby ordered that the said ............................................ (name of the juvenile) be sent to the Juvenile Home/Special Home ..................................... for a period of .........................................dated this ....................... day of ................................................... 19 .

Signature Chairman, Juvenile Welfare Board Senior Magistrate; Juvenile Court.

Sd/( Pasong Namgyal) Secretary to the Govt, of Sikkim Department of Health & Social Welfare.

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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK ^SLAS/90-91/247/1 NOTIFICATION In pursuance of Rules 272 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim Legislative Assembly the following Members of the Fourth Sikkim Legislative ably have been nominated by the Hon'ble Speaker to be the Members of the Committee ales for the year 1990-91. 1. Shri I. B. Rai, 2. I Shri Namkha . Gyaltsen, 3. Shrii D. B R. Basnet and 4. . Shri Phuchung Rai, ri Namkha Gyaltsen, ilri D. R. Basnet and Mi Pkuchung Bhutia. In accordance with Rule 272 of the said Rules Shri Dorjee Tshering Bhutia, Hon'ble Speaker shall be ex-officio Chairman of the Committee. The term of the Committee shall be one year or till a new Committee is Consituted. The Committee shall function in accordance with Rule 272 of the said Rules. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990.

B.P.S. Busnett

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SIKKIM No.SLAS/9091/247/1

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In pursuance of Rules 273 (B) (1) of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim Legislative Assembly, the following Members of the Fourth Sikkim Legislative assembly have been nominated by the Hon'ble Speaker to be the Members of the House ittee for the year 1990-91.

1. Shri S.K. Pradhan, 2. Smt. Manita Pradhan, 3. Shri Tasa Tengay Lepcha, 4. Shri Rupraj Rai and 5. Smt. Chewang Lhamu. Under Rule 210(1) of the said Rules, Smt. Manita Pradhan has been appointed by Hon'ble Speaker as the Chairman of the Committee. The House shall function in accordance with Rule 273(3) of the said Rules. The term of the Committee shall" be one year from the date of its nomination.

B.P.S. Busnett Additional Secretary, Sikkim

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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK SLAS/90-91/247/1 NOTIFICATION In pursuance of Rule 273-A(10) of the Rule of Procedure and Conduct of Business Sikkitn Legislative Assembly, the following Members of the Fourth Sikkim Legislative Assembly have been nominated by the Hon'ble Speaker to be the Member of the Library littee for the year 1990-91. 1. Shri Hangu Tshering, 2. Shri I. B. Rai, 3. Shri Rupraj Rai and 4. Smt. Chewang Lhamu. In accordance with Rule 273-A(l) of the said Rules Shri B. S. Pant, Hon'ble Deputy Speaker shall be the ex-officio Chairman of the Committee. The Committee shall function in accordance with Rule 273-A(l) of the said Rules. The term of the Committee shall be one year from the date of its nomination. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990.
/

B.P.S. Busnett Additional Secretary, Sikkim Legislative Assembly.

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GAZETTE

SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK SLAS/90-91/247/1 NOTIFICATION Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990.

In pursuance of Rule 270 of the Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim Legislative Assembly the following Members of the Fourth Sikkim Legislative'Assembly have been nominated to constitute the Committee on Government Assurances for the Year 1990--91.

1. Shri B.R. Rai, 2. Shri Ugen Pintso Bhutia, 3. Shri B.M. Ramudamu, 4. Shri Rajendra Upreti and 5. Shri Hangu Tshering. Under Rule 210(1) of the said Rules, Shri B.R. Rai has been appointed by the Hon'ble Speaker as the Chairman of the Committee. The Committee on Government Assurances shall function in accordance with Rule of said Rules. The term of the Committee shall be one year from the date of its nomination.

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No. 55

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER OF WEIGHTS & MEASURES FOOD & CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPTT. GANGTOK. NOTIFICATION "Notification No: 9(91) 80-81/11/WM/FCS. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd March, 1990.

Ministry of Petroleum Chemicals (Deptt. of Petroleum and Natural Gas ) Order G.S.R. 990 (E) Published in the Gazette of India Extra Ordinary dated 8/11/89 is republished for general information.

P RD ER 5. The Liquefied Petroleum Gas ( Regulation of Supply and Distribution ) Order, 1988-Authorisation of Functioneries. G.S.R. 990 (E)-In pursuance of sub-clause (i) of Clause 7 of the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Regulation of supply and Distribution ) Order, 1988 : The Central Government hereby notifies the following officers of the Government of Sikkim, being the persons authorised.by that Government, within their respective.regular jurisdictions namely :Any officer not below the rank of an Inspector of Weights and Measures, Food & Civil Supplies Department.

( File No P-17017/49/88 Mkt. )

T. P. SHARMA, Controller of Weights and Measures to the Government of Sikkim.

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GAZETTE

B.P.S. Busnett Additional Secretary, Sikkim Legislative Assembly.

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No. 57

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION l/LD/90 Dated the 9th April, 1990.

The following Act of the Sikkim Legislative Assembly having received the assent of Governor on 30th day of March, 1990, is hereby published for general information:SIKKIM MINISTERS, SPEAKER, DEPUTY SPEAKER AND MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE . ASSEMBLY (SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES) AMENDMENT ACT, 1990. (ACT NO. 1 OF 1990 ) AN ACT further to amend the Sikkim Ministers, Speaker, Deputy Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly (Salaries and Allowances) Act, 1977. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of Sikkim in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows :Short tittle and (1) This Act may be called the Sikkim Ministers, Speaker, Deputy Commancement. . Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly (Salaries and Allowances) Amendment Act, 1990. (2) It shall be deemed to have come into force with effect from the 1st day of December, 1989. 4 of
1977

Amendmant of 2.In the Sikkim Ministers, Speakei, Deputy Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly (Salaries and Allowances) Act, 1977, in subsection 4, for the words "four hundred rupees" the words " thousand rupees" shall be

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No.. 2/LD/90 Dated the 9th April, 1990.

The following Act of the Sikkim Legislative Assembly having received the assent of Governor on 30 day of March, 1990, is hereby published for general information;— THE SIKKIM APPROPRIATION ACT, 1990 (ACT NO. 2 OF 1990) AN ACT To Provide for the authorisation of appropriation of moneys out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim to meet the amounts spent on certain services during the Financial Year ended on 31st day of March, 1983 in excess of the amounts authorised or granted for the said BE it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Sikkim in the Forty-first year of the Republic of India as follows.Short title. Issue of Rs.83,85,148/-out of the Consolidated Found of the State of Sikkim .

1. This Act may be called the Sikkim Appropriation Act, 1990 2. The sums specified in column 5 of the Schedule amounting to eighty three lakhs eighty five thousands, one hundred and forty eight rupees shall be deemed to have been authorised to be paid and applied from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim to meet the amount spent for defra ying the charges in respect of the services and purposes speci fied in column 2 of the Schedule during the Financial Year ended on the 31st day of March, 1983, in excess of the amounts authorised or granted for

and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim under this Act shall be appropriated and shall be deemed to have been appropriated for the services and purpo ses specified in the Schedule in relation to the Financial Year ended on the 31st day of March, 1983.

THE SCHEDULE (See Section 2 and 3) ______________________________________________________________________ _ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ______________________________________________________________________ __ Sums not exceeding Demand No. Services and Purposes Voted by the LegisCharged on Total lative Assembly ConsolidaRs. Rs ted Fund Rs.

______________________________________________________________________________ _ 1. State Legislature Revenue 64,812 64,812 2. Appropriation-Governor Revenue .. 12,795 !2,795 Capital 2,400 2,400 6. Ecclesiastical Capital 247 247 7. Education Revenue 72,59,529 72,59,529 8. Establishment Revenue 17,521.. 17,521 11. Income Tax and Sales 13. Food and Civil Supplies Revenue 7,813 .. 7,813 14. Forest and Soil Conservation Revenue 9,49,473 .. 9,49,473 Capital 13,825 13,825 24. Law Revenue 10,317 10,317 Capital 13,755 13,755 _ _ ___________________________________________ Total :— 83,72,353 12,795 83,85,148 _______________________________________________ _

By Order of the Governor.

B.P. Pradhan, Joint Secretary to the Government of Sikkim, Law Department. (F.No. 16(82)/LD/79)

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GAZETTE
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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Thursday, May 3, 1990. Gangtok Thursday, May 3, 1990. GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION 3/LD/90 Dated Gangtok the 9th April, 1990

The following Act of the Sikkim Legislative Assembly having receieved the assent of Governor on 30th day of March, 1990, is hereby published for general information :THE SIKKIM APPROPRIATION ACT, 1990.

( ACT NO. 3 OF 1990)

AN ACT to authorise payment and appropriation of certain further sums from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim for the Services of the Financial Year, 1989-90.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Sikkim in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:—

Short

1..

This Act may be called the Sikkim Appropriation Act 1990.

Approp riation.

3. The sum authorised to be paid and applied from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Sikkim by this Act shall be appropriated for the services and purposes specified in the Schedule in relation to the said year.

2
2 THE SCHEDULE ( See sections 2 and 3 ) __________________________________________________________________________________ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. __________________________________________________________________________________
( In thousands of Rupees ) No. SERVICES AND PURPOSES of Vote Legislative Assembly Voted by the SUMS NOT EXCEEDING Charged on the Consolidated Fund State Legislature Appropriation-Governor 2. Council of Ministers 3. Administration of Justice i. Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue 365 .. 3445 .. 3105 400 Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue ' 2955 548 216 6848 100 2625 1328 3117 479 880 9700 6153 4000 600 614 1200 2045 1971 .. 35 .. 155 .. ., 55 182 .. .. .. .. ,, .. .. .. 45 .. .. ... ,, ., ,. ., ,, .. .. .. 12515 50 2955 584 216 6848 100 2625 1373 3117 479 880 9700 6153 4000 600 614 1200 2045 1971 365 35 3445 155 3105 400 .. ... 12515 50 Total

4. Election Revenue 6. Land Revenue Revenue 8. Excise (Abkari) 9. Taxes on Vehicles Interest Payments Public Service Commission 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 21. 23. 24. 26. 27. 29. 30. Secretariat-General Services District Administration Treasury and Accounts Administration Police Jails Stationery & Printing Public Works (Buildings) Other Administrative Services Pension and Other Retirement Benefits Education Medical and Public Health Water Supply and Sanitation Information & Publicity Social Security and Welfare Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Capital Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Capital Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue

55 182

Nutrition Relief on account of Natural Calamities 33. Agriculture

Capital

370

..

370

3

_________________________________________________________________________________________ 1. 2 3 4 5 _________________________________________________________________________________________ 34 . Soil & Water Conservation 35. Animal Husbandry 38. Forestry and Wild Life 39. Other Agricultural Programmes 40. Food, Storage & Warehousing 42. Rural Development 44. Power 45. Industries 46. Mines & Geology 47. Roads and Bridges 48. Raod Transport Services 49. Other Scientific Research E. Public Debts Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue 1301 166 2944 576 865 .. .. .. .. .. 1301 166 2944 576 865

Revenue 900 ,. 900 Revenue 9985 .. 9985 Capital 46200 .. 46200 Revenue 100 .. 100 Capital 5000 .. 5000 Capital 1913 .. 1913 Revenue 1850 .. 1950 Capital 240 240 Revenue 3000 .. 3000 Revenue 500 .. 500 Capital .. 3423 3423 __________________________________________________________ Total 128841 16223 145064 _____________________________________________________________

By Order Of the Governor. B.P. PRADHAN Joint Secretary to the Government of Sikkim, Law Department. (F. No. 16(82) /LD/79)

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GAZETTE

No. 60

Dated Gangtok the 9th April, 1990.

The following Act of the Sikkim Legislative Assembly having received the assent of the Governor on 30th day of March, 1990, is hereby published for general information :THE SIKKIM APPROPRIATION ACT, 1990 (ACT NO. 4 OF 1990)
AN

ACT to authorise payment and appropriation of certain sums from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the of the Sikkim for the services of the Financial Year 1990-91. BE it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Sikkim in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:—

Short title.

1.

This Act may be called the Sikkim Appropriation Act} 1990.

2
THE SCHEDULE (See sections 2 and 3) (In thousands of Rupees) No. of SERVICES AND PURPOSES Voted SUMS NOT EXCEEDlNG Charged on the Consolidated Fund.

Total
Voted by the Legislative Assembly
I 2

3

4

5.
4920 2611 7830 6533 1331 1525 4918 50 2655 547 905 113233 1140 .. 17680 .. 6057 6650 73782 1180 .. 6465 90990 91820 .. 10694 20 14870 ... 1710 ... 228220 4751 .. 7430 71392 3142531425 73260 ... 10547 .. 2000 • •• 4055 .. 21399 635 4625 .. 5210 116 5 ..

Legislature AppropriationGovernor Council of Ministers 2 Administration of Justice Election 3 Income Tax and Sales Tax Land 4 Revenue Stamps and Registration 5 Excise (Abkari) Taxes on Vehicles 6 Other Taxes and Duties on Commodities and 7 Services Interest Payments Public Service 8 Commission Secretariat-General Services 9 District Administration Treasury and Accounts 10 11. Administration Police Jails 12. Stationery and Printing Public 13- Works (Buildings)
1415- Other Administrative Services 16. Pension and other Retirement benefits 17. Miscellaneous General Services

I. State

Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue. Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue

4805 7830 3658 1330 1525 4918 50 2655 547

115 2611 2875 •• .. .. ... ... 905 ..

113233

Education
18- Sports and Youth Services 19- Art and Culture 2o. Medical and Public Health 21. Water Supply and Sanitation 22. Urban Development 23. 26. 25 27 Information and Publicity 25-

28 Social Security and Welfare
29 30. 31 3?3334-

Labour and Labour Welfare Nutrition Relief on account of Natural Calamities Secretariat-Social Services Other Social Services (Ecclesiastical) Agriculture

35. Soil and Water Conservation Animal 36. Husbandry 37- Dairy Development

Fisheries

1140 17680 6057 Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue 6465 Revenue 90755 Capital Revenue 10694 Revenue 14850 Revenue 1710 Revenue 228220 Revenue Revenue 7430 Revenue Revenue Capital Revenue 10547 Capital 2000 Revenue 4055 Revenue 21399 Revenue Revenue 4625 .. Revenue 5210 Revenue

Capital

4800

..

4800

1

2

3 5

4

3
42. Co-operation Revenue Capital Revenue Revenue Revenue Capital Revenue Capital Revenue Capital Revenue 165990 102600 20700 6000 7405 12045 5 .. 7800 700 26750 30230 67440 161500 22805 48600 2550 100 93 3o .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ,. .. .. •• .. .. .. ... .. ., .. 165990 102600 20700 6000 7405 12045 5 7800 700 26750 30230 67450 161500 22805 48600 2550 100 98330

43. Rural Development 44..Irrigation and Flood Control 45..Power 46. Industries 47.Mines and Geology 48. Roads and Bridges 49.Road Transport Services 50.Other Scientific Research 51.Secretariat-Economic Services 52.Tourism 53.Aid Material and Equipments Public Debt .. Capital Revenue Capital Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue

54.Loans to Government Servants

Capital ... 36633 36633 Revenue .. .. Capital 5610 .. 5610 _____________________________________________________ ___
'

I

TOTAL ________________________________________________________

1831821

156862

1988683

By Order of the Governor.

B.P. PRADHAN, Joint Secretary to the Government of Sikkim, Law Department. (F. No. 16(82)LD/79)

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Thursday, May 4, 1990 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No.5/LD/1 990. Dated Gangtok the 9th April, 1990. No. 61

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The following Act of the Sikkim Legislative Assembly having received the assent of the Governor on 30th day of March, 1990, is hereby published for general information :THE SIKKIM OFFICIAL LANGUAGES (AMENDMENT) ACT, 1990. (ACT No. 5 OF 1990) AN ACT further to amend the Sikkim Official Languages Act, 1977. BE it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of Sikkim in the Fortyfirst Year of the Republic of India as follows :Short title and I. commencement (I) (2)
1990.

This Act may be called the Sikkim Official Languages (Amendment) Act, 1990. It shall come into force with effect from the 26th day of April,

Insertion of after 'new section 2A

2.

In the Sikkim Official Languages Act, 1977, (s of 1977) section 2, the following section, shall be inserted, namely :-

Continuance of "2A. Notwithstanding anything contained in section 2, the English language English for use shall continue to be vised for transaction of business in the Legislative Assem-in the Legisla- bly of Sikkim in addition to the official languages of the State." tiveAssembly.

By Order the Governor.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No..51 (7) Home/81/83. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd February, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In pursuance of Section 4 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1947(Central Act No. 6 of 1974), the State Government hereby constitutes the State Board to be known as the Land Use and Environment Board consisting of the following members for a period of three years except the Member Secretary with immediate effect for the purposes of the said Act :1.Shri H.T. Bhutia, Member, Legislative Assembly 2.Following official members representing the State Government i)Special Commissioner-cum-Secretary Planning and Development Department

— Chairman —Member —Member

----Member .... Member — Member 3.Following members from amongst members of the Local Authorities functioning within the State; i)Panchayat Member from East . Shri Mohanlal Chettri, President, 26 Sam Gram Panchayat Shri Kuldip Gurung, President, 37 Dodak Buriakhop ii)Panchayat Member from Gram Panchayat .. Member West . Shri Ugen Nedup Bhutia, Panchayat Secretary, Phensong .. Member iii)Panchayat Member from . Shri Samchung Tshering Bhutia President, 7, Ben North Namprik Gram Panchayat .. Member v)Principal Chief Engineer-cum-Secretary, Public Health Engineering Department

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4. Following non official members representing the interest of agriculture, fisheries or industries or trade or labour or any other interest. i) Mr. P.B Chakravorty, Retired Teacher, TNA ...Member 5. Following member representing the companies or corporation owned or controlled or managed by the State Government. i) Principal CCF-cum-Secretary to represent Wood Based Industries . .Member ii) Secretary, Industries to represent the Government Industries . .Member 6. Chief Conservator of Forests, Land Use & Environment ..Member Secretary

P. K. PRADHAN, Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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No. 63

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM INCOME & SALES TAX DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. 4(48)IT&ST/87/970 Dated Gangtok, the 21st March, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of powers conferred by section 3 of the Sikkim Sales Tax Act, 1983 (4 of 1983), the State Government hereby makes the following amendment to Finance (Incom and Sales Tax) Department Notification No. 632-500/ ST dated the 7th May 1983, namely:In the said Notification, for the existing Table, the following Table substituted, namely:"THE TABLE"
Sl No ^ (1) 1.

Officer of the Finance Department. (2) Secretary, Finance Department.

Designation (3) Commissioner of Commercial Taxes. Joint Commissioner of Commercial Taxes. Deputy Commissioner of Commercial Taxes. Assistant Commissoner of Commercial Taxes. (1) Inspectors of Commercial Taxes, Rangpo Check Post. (2) Inspectors of Commer(4) Whole of Whole of Sikkim. Sikkim.

Area

2 3..

Joint Secretary, Finance (IT & ST Department) Senior Salles Tax Officer, Finance (IT & ST Department) Sales Tax Officer, Finance (IT & ST Department.) Inspectors of Income and Sales Tax Department.

Whole of Sikkim.

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Within their respective Jurisdiction. Within areas covered by Rangpo and Singtam Police Station. Within areas covered

5..

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Tuesday, May 15, 1990 No. 64

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT No.54(2) HOME/90/86. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by section 14 of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 (Central Act 33 of 1989), the State Government, with ihe concurrence of the Chief Justice of the High Court of Sikkim, hereby specifies the Court of Sessions at Gangtok to be the Special Court to try the offences under the said Act for the all four districts of Sikkim. Dated Gangtok, the 9th March, 1990.

(K. C. PRADHAN) HOME SECRETARY,

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No. 65

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RAJYA SAINIK BOARD GANGTOK No::8l0/RSB/(SF9O) NOTIFICATION The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to re-constitute the Managing Committee of Fund of Sikkim Rajya Sainik Board as under with immediate effect:1.His Excellency the Governor CHAIRMAN 2.Chief Secretary Govt. of Sikkim - 1ST VICE - CHAIRMAN 3.GOC 17 Mtn Div 2ND VICE - CHAIRMAN 4..Secretary Finance Department MEMBERS 5..Secretary Education Department 6..Lt. Col (TS) Sonam Wangchuk Lepcha Gangtok ( East Sikkim ) 7.Hony Lt. Chhabilal Limbu, Soreng - EX—SERVICEMAN MEMBERS (West Sikkim) 8.Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board 9.Additional Secretary, Ministry of Defence 10.Director General Resettlement, Ministary of Defence. SPECIAL 11.Director Resettlement, Fort William. INVITEES Calcutta. 12.Secretary Rajya Sainik Board. Dated 23rd March, 1990.

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Gangtok Thursday, May 17 1990. GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR GANGTOK No.DL/ 1 NOTIFICATION In supersession of this Department Notification No- DL/4, dated the 29th September,1987 and in exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-Section (1) and (2) of Section 6 of the Equal Remuneration Act, 1976 (25 of 1976), the Government of Sikkim hereby reconstitutes the Advisory Committee, consisting of the following members :ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 1.Shri BirBal Subba, Hon'ble Minister Chairman power & Labour 2..Shri Sonam Wangdi, IAS. Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Labour Department. Vice-Chairman 3.L.B. Chettri, Principal Chief Engineer-Cum-Secretary, Roads, Bridges & Mech. Department Ex-Officio member Dated Gangtok, the 4th April,. 1990

By Order K. C. PRADHAN Chief Secretary Government of Sikkim.
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Gangtok Tuesday, May 22, 1990 POWER DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM GANGTOK No.33/P/GEN/ 90/ NOTIFICATION

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No. 67

April 20, 1990.

The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to revise the Tariff Rates for consumption of electricity as per the Tariff Schedule, annexed hereto. The revised Schedule of Rates shall come into force from 1st April, 1990 provided that the bill for the month of April, 1990 and thereafter, irrespective of dates of Meter reading prior to and after 1st April 1990 shall dee- med to be the energy consumed on and after 1st April, 1990. The rates of charges, conditions of supply and other matters specified in the schedule annexed hereto shall replace the existing rates of charges and corresponding provision in the existing schedule and in the existing agreement, if any, with the power. Department, Government of Sikkim with effect from 1st April 1990. This supersedes all the earlier Notifications.

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SUMMARY OF TARIFF SCHEDULE I. DOMESTIC CONSUMERS (DS): Upto 50 Units ___ All. in excess ____ Minimum Charges ____ Rebate ____ Surcharge ___ 70 Paise/Unit. 90 Paise/Unit. Rs.8/Phase per month. 10% per annum on gross arrears outstanding as on every 31st Member 5 Paise/Unit. 10% per annum on gross appears outstanding as on every 31st March 100 Paise/Unit. 5 Paise/Unit. Rs. 10/Phase per month. 10% Per annum on gross arreas outstanding as on every 31st M

II.

COMMERCIAL CONSUMERS (CS)

Energy Charges. ______ Rebate ______ Minimum Charges ______ Surcharge ______ III. INDUSTRIAL CONSUMERS: (L.T. SUPPLY) (LTS). (A) Upto 25 KVA connected load or Contract Demand: Energy Charges ___ Minimum Charges ___ Rebate ____ Surcharge ____

15% per annum on the gross amount outstanding as on every 31st March

15% per annum on the gross amount outstanding as on every 31st March.

(B) Upto 50 KVA connected load or Contract Demand: Energy Charges ____ Minimum Charges ____ Rebate ____ Surcharge ____

100 Paise/Unit. Rs. 10/KVA per month. 5 Paise/Unit. 15% per annum on the gross a: outstanding as on every 31st "' 105 Paise/Unit. Rs. 15/KVA per month.

5 Paise/Unit. 15% per annum on the gr amount IV. HIGH TENSION SUPPLY:-(3.3 & 11 KV ONLY) (HTS). (A) Upto 250 KVA Contract Demand or Connected Load: Demand Charges ______ PLUS Energy Charges Rebate Surcharge

outstanding as on eve March.

Rs. 60/KVA/Month.

70 Paise/Unit. 5% on the gross bill amount.; 5% per annum on thegross arrears outstanding as on every 31st March 5% per annum on thegross outstanding as on every 31st

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(B) 251 KVA and above Connected Load/Contract Demand. Demand Charges PLUS Energy Charges Rebate Surcharge TEMPORARY LT. SUPPLY: Schedule Designation Applicability

Rs. 70/KVA/Month 80 Paise/Unit. 5% on the gross- bill amount. 15% per annum on the gross arrear outstanding as on every 31st March. TS This service shall apply to Power Supply for temporary purposes and for a period not exceeding two months in the first instance, the duration of which may be extended at the discretion of the Power Department. A.C.50 Cycles/Second Single or three phase L.T. or H.T. whichever is possible at the discretion of the Power Department. Tariff under schedule designation DS, CS, LTS and HTS for corresponding permanent supply PLUS 25% additional charge on the total bill. ------Upon receipt of the requisition for supply, the Department's local office will serve estimate or quotation which will include the cost of service line, security deposit & agreement stamp cost. The 'service connection shall include the cost of matterials and equipments, labour and supervision charges. The total service connection charges are payable before the work is taken in hand. Hire charges for meters and maximum demand indicator etc. per month: Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. 5.00 15.00 15.00 50.00 60.00

Character of Service

Rate

1. SCHEDULE OF MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES: (1) SERVICE CONNECTION

(2) METER RENT:

i) Single Phase meters ii) Three phase 3 wire meters iii) Three Phase 4 wire meters iv) Maximum demand indicator (LT) v) Maximum demand indicator (HT)

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(3) TESTING OF METER:

i) Single and three phase meters Rs. 3O.00 ii) Other metering instruments Rs. 50.00 i) Disconnection of supply for any reasons Rs. 20.00 ii) Reconnection of Supply Rs. 25.00

(4) DISCONNECTION AND RECONNECTION:

(5) CHANGING OF METER

(6) REPLACEMENT OF FUSES:

i) Changing of meters on request of the consumer if the meter is not defective Rs. 50.00 ii). Shifting the position of the meter board at the consumer's request excluding the cost of materials etc. Rs: 6O.00 Replacement of fuses in the main cut outs due to defect in consumer's wiring.

(7) RE-SEALING OF METER

Voltage single phase supply Rs. 5.00 ii) Low &Medium Voltage|three phase supply Rs..10.00 iii) High Voltage supply Rs. 25.00 Replacement of missing seals in the the meters or cutouts in the absence of any sign of tampering: Rs. 10.00 ii) If the meter or cutout seals are found tampered, the meter will be tested and rese-aled. The Department further reserves the right to impose penalty- In addition testing charge as per Schedule VI (3) shall be payable by the Consumer

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Gangtok Wednesday, May 23, 1990.

No. 68

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. Notification No. 20/962//LR(S) Dated Gangtok, the 7th May, 1990. NOTICE UNDER SECTION 4 (1) UNDER THE LAND ACQUISITION ACT OF 1894. Whereas it appears to the Governor that land is likely to be needed for public purpose, not being a purpose of the Union, namely for Industries Department, Government of Sikkim, in the Block of Sichey, East District, it is hereby notified that a piece of land cornprising cadastral plots 433 (1950-58), and measuring more or less 1.89 acres, bounded on the EAST : by Western Bye pass and Paddy field of Karma Doma, C.S. plot No: 1085, WEST : by Banjo land of Setay Lama, C.S. Plot No: 432, NORTH : by Banjo land of Setay Lama, C.S. Plot No: 432, AND by Banjo land of Bhagatey Gurung, CS- Plot No: 436 and 437SOUTH : by Banjo land of Setay Lama, CS. Plot No: 432, is likely to be needed the aforesaid purpose at the public expense within the aforesaid Block : SicheyThis Notification is made, under the provision Section 4 of Act I of 1894 to all to whom it may concernA plan of the land may be inspected in the office of the District Collector, East. In exercise of the powers conferred by the aforesaid Section the Governor is pleased to authorise the Officers for the time being engaged in the undertaking, with their servants and workmen, to enter upon and survey the land and to all others acts required or permitted by the Section. And whereas there is urgency to acquire the land the Governor is further pleased to direct under Section 17 (4) that the provision of Section 5-A of the Act shall not apply. Any person interested in the above land who has any objection to the acquisition thereof, may within fifteen days after the date on which public notice of the substance of this Notification is given in the locality, files and objection in writing before the Collector.

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No. 69

Gangtok Monday, May 28, 1990.

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF SECRETARY GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM GANGTOK. No.88/Home /90. NOTIFICATION To undertake quarterly review of implementation of Prime Minister's 15 Point programme with regard to the welfare of minorities, the Government of Sikkim has decided to set up Monitoring and Reviewing Committees at three levels viz- Chief Secretary, State level and District level. At the Chief Secretary's level the Committee shall comprise of the following officers:1.Chief Secretary Chairman 2.The Secretary to HCM 3.The Member Secretary, Agriculture 4.The Member Secretary, Animal Husbandry Member 5.The Secretary, SC/ST Member Secretary The existing Minority Cell set up in July, 1986 shall be revamped to be the monitoring committee at the State level with the following officers on it :1. The Joint Secretary, SC/ST Welfare 2.The Deputy Secretary III, Establishment 3The Planning Officer, Planning & Dev. Department 4.The Deputy Secretary II, Home Department At the district level, the Committee shall be constituted as followsEast District 1.The District Collector 2.The Chairman Additional District Collector 3.The Member Member Member Member Deputy District Officer 4.The Deputy Member Member Director, Agriculture 5. Deputy Dated 20th March, 1990.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

West District The District Collector The Additional District Collector The Deputy Director, Agriculture The Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry ' The Joint Director, Education The Deputy District Officer The Welfare Officer, West, SC/ST North District The District Collector The Additional District Collector The Joint Director, Education The Deputy District Officer The Deputy Director, Agriculture The Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry The Welfare Officer, North, SC/ST •

Chairman MemberMember MemberMember Member Member Secretary Chair man Mem ber Mem ber Mem ber Mem ber Mem ber Member Secretary

K.C. PRADHAN Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Monday, May 28, 1990 No. 70

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM INCOME & SALES TAX DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. Dated Gangtok, the 21st March, 1990. No.(48)IT&ST/87/9 69 NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 26 of the Sikkim Sales Tax Act, 1983 (4 of 1983), read with sub-rule (1) of rule 31 of the Sikkim Sales Tax Rules, 1983, the State Government hereby sets up the check-posts of Commercial Taxes at the places mentioned in column (2) of the Table below and designates the authority to be the in-charge of the check-posts mentioned in column (3) of the said Table for the purposes of the said Act and the rules. The table

Name of check-post

Authority-in-charge of the (3)

(2) 1.Rangpo bridge connecting Rangpo of West Bengal 2.Reshi bridge connecting Pedong

check-posts. Assistant Commissioner of Commercial Taxes/ Inspector of Commercial Taxes. ' Assistant Commissioner of Commercial Taxes/ Inspector of Commercial Taxes. Assistant Commissioner of Commercial Taxes/ Ins-

Department, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY & VETERINARY SERVICES KRISHI BHAVAN TADONG (SIKKIM) GANGTOK,

No.56/ AH
NOTIFICATION

Dated Tadong, the 26th March, 1990.

In pursuance of article 22 of the Article ©f Association of the Sikkim Livestock processing and Development Corporation Limited and after obtaining the approval of the Governor, the following Officers are hereby appointed as the Directors of the Board of the Coporation with immediate effect. 1. Dr. P.P. Sharma, Additional Director (C&D) Department of Animal Husbandry & Vety. Services. 2. Planning Officer, Planning and Development Department, Govt. of Sikkim. 3. Joint Secretary, Finance Deptt.. Govt. of Sikkim. 4. Joint Secretary, Local Self Govt. & Housing Deptt. Govt. of Sikkim, 5. Smt. Usha Mandakhot, Joint Commissioner (M & MP) Government of India. 6. Joint Director, Department of Industries, Govt. of Sikkim. 7. Shri D.P. Panda, Officer-In-Charge, NABARD. 8. Shri B.N. Pradhan, Secretary-Cum-Chief Engineer, Director Director Director Director Director Director Director Director

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Thursday, May 31, 1990.

No. 72

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL WELFARE GANGTOK 79(139)89-90/7/SW Dated Gangtok the, 28-3-1990. NOTIFICATION The State Government has been pleased to reconstitute the State Social Welfare Advisory Board, Sikkim with the members as listed below. The tenure of the members shal1 be for a period of three years with effect from their joining date. 1.Mrs. Laxmi Tamang, — Chairman — 2.Mr. Pasong Namgyal, Secretary, Health & S-WMember 3.Mr. DP. Sharma, Accounts Officer, — Health and Social Welfare. 4.Mrs. Mayalmit Lizum, Teacher, Sr. — Member Sec. School, Mangan (North Sikkim.) 5.Mrs. Radhika Rai, Teacher, Sr. Sec. — (South Sikkim.) 6.Mrs. Mamta Subba, eacher, Sr. Sec. School, Felling (West Sikkim). 7.Mrs, Shova Pradhan, Social Worker, — Gangtok. 8.Mrs. Anju Khati, Social Worker, Gangtok. 9.Mrs. Bhim Kumari Pradhan, Singtam. 10.Mrs. Shanti Shrestha, Gangtok. 11.Miss Damber Kumari Pradhan, Member School, Namchi Official Members.

Member Member

— — —

Member Social Worker, Member Member

Non official Members.

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No. 73

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK, No.90/HOME/9 0 Dated Gangtok, the 7th April, 1990.

NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (3) of section 1 of the Sikkim Official Languages Act, 1977 (5 of 1977), the State Government hereby appoints the 7th day of April, 1990 as the date on which the said Act except section 2 shall come into force.

(K. C. PRADHAN) Chief Secretary

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No. 74

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT GANGTOK
Notification No. 11/LR

Dated Gangtok, the 16th April, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In partial modification of Notification No.l/LR dated 12.10.1984 published in the SikkimGovernment Gazettee No 11 of November, 1984, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to re-organise and transfer the following Revenue Blocks for administrative and other pur- poses in the Public interest with immediate effect :1. Barphok, Chinthang, Mengyong and Miyong Revenue Blocks from the jurisdiction of Soreng Sub-Divisions to that of the jurisdictions of Gyalshing Sub-Division. 2. Temi, Tarku Tanak and Aiphaltar Revenue Blocks from the jurisdiction of Ravong Sub-Division to that of the jurisdiction of Namchin Sub-Division. 3. Assam Lingzey and Chota Singtam Revenue Blocks from the jurisdiction of Pakyong Sub-Division to that of the jurisdiction of Gangtok Sub-Division.

T. W. BARPHUNGPA IAS, Secretary, Land Revenue DepartL nt, Gangtok.

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Wednesday, June 6, 1990 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY & VETERINARY SERVICES KRISHI BHAVAN, TADONG, GANGTOK. Dated 10th April, 1990. NOTIFICATION In pursuance of clause (i) of the article 27 of the Article of Association of the Sikkim Livestock Processing and Development Corporation Limited, the Governor hereby appoints Dr. P.P. Sharma, one of the Directors of the Board of the Sikkim Livestock Processing and development Corporation Limited as the Managing Director of the said Corporation and sha11 act as the Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect till the completion Project. This is in supersession of the previous Notification No. 4119/A.H. & V S. Dated 24th January, 1989. No. 75

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T. T. DORJI. I.A.S Secretary Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services Govt. of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.7 (17)/HOME/79-89/PF. 11/95 Dated Gangtok, the 25th April, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (3) of article 166 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to make the following rules further to amend the Government of Sikkim (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1985, namely:— 1.These rules may be called the Government of Sikkim (Allocation of Business) Amendment Rules, 1990. 2.In the Second Schedule to the Government of Sikkim (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1985, under the heading "XXIX. Excise (Abkari) Department'*, after item 11, th following item shall inserted, namely:— "12. Administration of the following Acts :— (a) The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (Central Act 61 of 1985); and

(b) The Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1988 (Central Act 46 of 1988)."

(K. C. PRADHAN) Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT No.06 /GEN/EST. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Sikkim hereby makes the following rules, namely :1.SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT. (1) These rules may be called Sikkim State cat Service (Recruitment, Promotion and Seniority) Rules, 1990. (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. DATED GANGTOK THE 2 2. 5. 90

2.Definitions.- . In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires.(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) "Appointing Authority" means the Governor; "Appointed day" means the date on which these rules come into force; "Cadre Controlling Authority" means the Government of Sikkim in the Establishment Department; "Cadre Post" means any post whether permanent or temporary included in selected; "Commission" means the Sikkim Public Service Commission; "Committee" means the Committee constituted under rule 18; "Government" means the State Government of Sikkim; "Governor" means the Governor of Sikkim;

(i) "Grade" means any grade specified in the Schedule I; (j) "Member of the Service" means a period appointed to the Sikkim State Statistical Service under these rules; (k) "Regular Service" in relation to any grade means the period of continuous service rendered on appointment to the grade in accordance with the prescribed rules, regulations and procedure and includes any period or periods (i) (ii) taken into account for the purpose of seniority in the case ef those appointed at the initial constitution of the Service; during which a person would have held a Cadre post in that grade but for being on leave or otherwise not being available for holding such post;

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3. Constitution of the Service.- There shall be constituted a Service called as Sikkim State tical consisting of persons appointed to the Service under rules 7 and 8. Service

4. Composition of the Service.- (1) The Service shall comprise of five grades and the authorised strength and composition of the Service shall be as indicated in columns 2 to 4 of Schedule 1 at its initial consti-tution and • shall be as determined by the Government from time to time after the appointed day(2) The scales of pay admissible to the members of the Service shall be as shown in Schedule II. (3) The Government may, by an order, hold any post in the Service in abeyance and create a higher or lower post in lieu thereof for such period or periods as may be specified in the said order. 5. Members of the Service.- (1) Service :(a) (b) The following category of persons shall be the members of the

Persons appointed at the initial constitution under rules 7; and Persons appointed to the Service under rule 8.

(2) A person appointed under clause (a) of sub-rule (1) of this rule shall, on such appointment, be deemed to be a member of the Service in the appropriate grade applicable to him in Schedule I from the appointed day. (3) A person appointed under clause (b) of such sub-rules (1) of this rule shall be the member of the Service in the appropriate grade applicable to him in Schedule II from the date of such appointment. 6. Appointments And Postings.— (1) All appointments after the appointed day to the Cadre post shall be made by the Appointing Authority by one or other of the methods specified in rule 8 and save as provided in sub-rule (2) no Cadre post in the Service shall be filled otherwise than by a member of the Service. (2) for filling the post. (3) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rules (1) and (2) of this rule,Government shall have the right to fill up any post in the Service by obtaining officers on deputation from the Central or other State Government or Organisation for any period of time. However, such officers shall not be members of the Service. (4) A member of the Service may, in public interest, be posted anywhere in or outside the State by the Government to any post in the Service or under the Government outside the Service or under any other Government or under a company, association or body, whether incorporated or not, whether owned by the Government or not, for such period and on such terms and conditions as may be specified by the Government. 7. Initial Constitution of the Service- (1) All persons holding, on the appointed day, any of the Cadre posts on a regular basis, otherwise than as a purely temporary arrangement or on contract, or on deputation from central or any other Government outside or organisation, shall be deemed to to have been appointed to the corresponding grade in the Service: Provided that any such person, within sixty days from the appointed day, may exercrcise,in writing to the Controlling Authority, an option not to be so appointed to the Service, and the option once exercised shall be final : Provided further that failure to exercise the option as aforesaid within the specified period shall ipso facto be construed as option for absorption in the Service. 8. Method of Recruitment to the Service.- Subject to rule 7, any vacancy arising in any of the grades, after the appointed day, shall be filled up in the manner provided in Schedule III. 9. Recruitment by competitive Examination.- (1) A competitive examination for recruitment to the Service by direct recruitmant shall be held at such intervals as the Government may, from time to time,in consultation with the Commission, determine. Any post in the Service may be filled as a temporary measure by a person otherh than a

member of the service if the Government is satisfied that there is no suitable member of the Service available

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(2) The examination shall be conducted by the Commission in accordance with such rules and syllabus as the Government may, from time to time, make after consultation with the Commission. (3) Of the number of vacancies to be filled up on the results of each examination, there shall be reservation in favour of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes to the extent and object to the conditions as the Government may, from time to time, specify. (4) Subject to sub-rule (3) the Commission shall forward to the Government a list arranged in order of merit of the candidates who have qualified by such standards as the Commission may determine. (5) The inclusion of a candidate's name in the list prepared under sub-rule (4) shall confer no right to appointment to the Service. 10.Conditions of Eligibility for Appearing at the Competitive Examination.- In order to be eligible to compete at the Competitive Examination, a candidate must satisfy the following conditions, namely:(a) the conditions specified in Schedule III, (b) any other conditions that may be specified by the Government, and (c) must pay the fees prescribed by the Commission. 11.Attempt at the Examination.- No candidate shall be permitted to compete more than three times competitive examination. NOTE : A candidate shall be deemed to have competed at the Examination if he actually appears in any one or more subjects. 12Disqualification for Admission to the Examination.- Any attempt on the part of the candi-date to obtain support for his candidature by any means shall render him liable to be disqualified for admis-sion to the Competitive Examination by the Commission. 13. Commission's Decision Final.* The decision of the Commission as to the eligibility or otherwise of a candidate for admission to the examination shall be final and no candidate to whom a certificate for admi-to the examination has not been issued by the Commission shall be admitted to the examination. 14.Appointment from the List.- Subject to the provisions of rules 15, 16, and 17, candidates shall be considered for appointment to the available vacancies in the order in which their names appear'in the list under sub-rule (4) of rule 9,. 15.Disqualification for Appointment on Ground of Plural Marriage.No person (a) who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person having a spouse living, or (b) who, having a spouse living, has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person, shall be eligible for appointment to the Service : Provided that the Government may, if satisfied that such marriage is permissible under the personal law or customs applicable to such person and the other party to the marriage, exempt any person> underthe operation of this rule. * 16.Penalty for Impersonation etc.- A candidate, who is or has been declared by the Commission guilty of impersonation or of submitting false or fabricated documents which have been tampered with or of making statements which are incorrect or false or suppressing material information or of using or attempting to use unfair means in the examinations hall or otherwise reporting to any other irregular or improper means for obtaining admission to the examination may, in addition to rendering himself liable to a criminal procecu tion, be debarred either permanently or for a specified period(a) by the Commission from admission to any examination or appearance at any interview held by the Commission for selection of candidates, and (b) by the Government from employment under them. 17.Disqualification for Appointment on Medical Ground.- No candidate shall be appointed to the Service who after such medical examination, as the Government may specify is not found to be physically and mentally fit and free from any mental or physical defect likely to interfere with the discharge of the duties of theService. 18.Recruitment by Promotion.- (1) There shall be, a Selection Committee consisting of the following :(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Chairman, Sikkim Public Service Commission ; Member, Sikkim Public Service Commission ; Secretary to the Government in the Establishment Department ; Director of Bureau of Economics and Statistics ; Secretary to the Government to be nominated by the Government.

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(2) The Chairman or where the Chairman is unable to attend, the Member cf the Commi-ssion shall preside over the meeting of the Selection Committee. The absence of a member, other than the Chairman or the Member of the Commission, shall not invalidate the proceedings of the Committee if more than half the members of the Committee had attended the meeting. (3) The Government shall, from time to time, for the purpose of appointment to the Service by promotion prepare a list of names of persons in the order of seniority who have, on the first day of the year completed not less than five years regular service in the post of Statistical Assistant of the Sikkim Subor-dinate Statistical Service. (4) The Government shall forward to the Commission the list of persons referred to in sub-rule (3) together with their Character Rolls and service records for the preceding last five years indicating the anticipated number of vacancies to be filled up by promotion in course of the period of twelve months commencing from the date of preparation of the list. (5) The Commission after satisfying themselves that the records and information complete in all respects have been received, will convene a meeting of the Committee. The Committee shall prepare a final list of persons who are found to be suitable for promotion to the Service on an overall relative assessments of their Confidential Reports service records and interview. (6) The number of persons to be included in the list shall not exceed twice the number of vacancies to be filled by promotion. (7) The Commission shall forward the list prepared under sub-rule (5) to the Government along with all the Character Rolls and service records received from the Government. (8) The list shall ordinarily be in force for a period of twelve months from the date of recommendation to the Commission. 19. Appointment to the Service from list.- (1) The Government shall make appointment of persons included in the list prepared and recommended under rule 18, to the Service in the order in which their names appear in the list. (2) It shall not ordinarily be necessary to consult the Commission before such appointments are made unless during the period of twelve months from the date of recommendation of the Commission there occurs a deterioration in the work of the person which in the opinion of the Government is.such as to render him unsuitable for appointment to the Service. 20. Probation.(1) Every person recruited to the Service by competitive examination shall'be appointed to the Service on probation for a period of two years. (2) Every person recruited to the Service by promotion shall be appointed to the Service on probation for a period of one year. (3) The Government may, if it so thinks fit in any case or class of cases, extend the period of probation by a period not exceeding two years for reasons to be recorded in writing. 2 1. Discharge of a Probationer— A probationer shall be liable to be discharged from the service or, as the case may be, revert to his substantive post; if (a) he fails to pass the departmental examination, or (b) the Government is satisfied that the probationer was ineligible for recruitment to the service or is unsuitable for being a member the service, of (c) (d) he is found lacking in qualities of mind and character needed for the Service or in the constructive outlook and human sympathy needed in the public service's generally, he fails to comply with any of the provisions of these rules. 22. Execution of Agreement.— A probationer who has been appointed to the Service by compe-titive examination, shall on appointment to the Service, execute an agreement in the form as may be pres-cribed by the Government binding himself and one surety jointly or severally in the event of this failing to comply with any of the provisions of these rules the satisfaction of the Government to refund any money paid to him consequent on his appointment as probationer. 23. Training.— A probationer, who is appointed to the Service shall, on appointment to the Service, undergo such training and for such period as the Government may direct. 24. Department Examination.— Every probationer, who has been appointed to te Service shall, during

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15. Proomtion to Higher Grade of the Service.— ( i) The Selection Committee constituted under rule 18 shall also be the Selection Committee for the purpose of promotion of the member of the Service to higher grade-,of the Service. (2) The Chairman or where the Chairman is unable to attend, the Member of the Commission shall preside over the meeting of the Committee. The absence of a member other than the Chaiiman or of meember of the Commission, shall not invalidate the proceedings of the Committee if more than half members of the Committee had attended its meeting. (3) The Government shall from time to time, for the purpose of sub-rule (1) prepare a list of names of the members of the Service in order of seniority who have completed the prescribed length of service for promotion to the next higher grade on the first day of that year. (4) The Government shall forward to the Commission the list prepared under sub-rule (3) along-with the Character Rolls and service records of the periods a member of the Service has to complete to become eligible for promotion, indicating the inticipated number of vancancies to be filled by promotion in the higher grade in course of the period of twelve months commensing from the date of preparation of the list. (5) The Commission after satisfying themselves that the records and the information complete in all respects have been received, shall convene a meeting of the Committee. The Committee shall prepare a final list in the order of merit of officers who are found suitable for promotion. (6) The number or persons to be included in the final list shall not exceed twice the number of vacancies to be filled by promotion. (7) The Commission shall forward the final list prepared under sub-rule (c) to the Government alongwith the Character Rolls and Service Records received from the Government. (8) The list shall ordinarily be in force for a period of twelve months from the date of recommen- dation of the Commission. (9) Promotion of persons included in the list to the relevant higher grade shall be made by the Government in the order in which their names appear in the list. (10) It shall not ordinarily be necessary to consult the Commission before such promotion is made unless during the period of twelve months from the date of recommendation of the Commission there occur deterioration in the work of the member of the Service which in the opinion of the Government is Such as to render him unsuitable for promotion to the higher grade. 27. Seniority.— The provisions laid down in the Sikkim State Services (Regulation of Seniority) Rules, 1980. ,as amended from times to time, shall apply to the members of the Service for the purpose determina-tion of their seniority. 28. Administrative C6ntrol.— (1) The control over the Service including appointment, transfers and deputation shall vest in the Government in the Establishment Department. (2) The headquarters of a member of the Service shall not be changed save with the concurrence ot the Establishment Department. (3) A member of the Service shall not be transferred to any department, corporation, company, undertaking or body save with the concurrence of the Establishment Department both for transfer and for the terms and conditions proposed or stipulated for such transfer. (4) Without the consent of the Cadre Controlling Authority, function/assignment of non-statistical nature. t member of the Service shall be assined

29. Residuary Matters.— All other matters in relation to the Service not specified or for which no provision has been made in these rules shall be regulated by rules and orders applicable to other officers Government of equivalent status.

30. Iiterpretation.— If any question arises as to the interpretation of these rules, the decision of the Government thereon shall be final. Power to Relax.— Where the Government is of the opinion that it is expedient to do so, reasons to be recorded in writing, relax any of the provisions of these rules with respect to any class or category of persons or posts. it may, order, for

D. K. GAJMER, I.A.S, SECRETARY TO THE GOVT. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMEENT.

SCHEDULE - I I. 2. 3. 4. Director Deputy Director Assistant Director Statistical OfficerSelection Grade Senior Grade Junior Grade Ordinary Grade I 1 2 9 ________ 19 (4) ________

(1)

(2)

(3)

(See sub-rule (I) of rule 4 ) Authorised Strength and composition of the Sikkim State Statistical Service. Sl. No. Name of the post Grade No of Posts

SCHEDULE - II (See sub-rule (2) of rule 4)

SCALES OF PAY AND GRADES TO THE SIKKIM STATE STATISTICAL SERVICE.
1. 2. 3.

Ordinary Grade (Class II) - Rs. 182o-6o-26oo-EB--75-3200This shall be the grade and scale of pay for the post of Statistical, Offi Senior Grade (Class I) - Rs 2525-75-3200-FB-100-4000This shall be the grade and scale of pay for the post of Deputy Director. SCHEDULE - III (See rule 8)

Junior Grade (Class II) Rs. 212o-6o-23oo-EB-76-32oo-1oo-36ooThis shall be the grade and scale of pay for the post of Assista

SI. Post No.
1 1.

Grade

Mode of recruitment
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Eligibility Conditions

Statistical Officer

Oridinary 3 5 Grade

(1) 331/3 Direct Recruitment

(2) 66 2/3 Promotion

2.

Assistant Director

Junior Grade

100 percent Promotion

(1) (a) Age - between 21 and 30 years relaxable by 5 years in the case of Sikkim Government Employees. (b) Qualification - First or High Second Class degree of a recognised University with statistics/Economics/Mathematics/Commercwith Statistic as one of the subjects. Preference will be given to those candidates with at least one year's experience in Computational and Investigational work. (2) Members of Sikkim Subordinate Subordinate Statistical Service o have completed not less than 6 years regular service in a post of statistical Assistant. Members of the Service in Ordinary Grade with a minimum of 5 years service in that grade provided there exists a vacancy in the junior grade. Members of the Service in Junior Grade with a minimum of 6 years service in that grade

3.

Deputy Director

Senior Grade

100 percent Promotion

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK (113) 88-89/64/ RDD. Dated Gangtok, the 17th April, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of powers conferred by Sections 20 and 26 (1) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 Sarbasri Ram Prasad Dakal and Padam Singh Katwal is hereby removed from the post of Sabhapati and Sachiva respectively in respect of Lingi-Paiyong Gram Panchayat, South Sikkim with, immediate effect.

P. K. PRADHAN, IAS Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Government of Sikkim, and Director of Panchayat Election

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. No: 35(77)88-89/65/RDD/P NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by Sections 20 and 21 (1) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982, Shri Prem Bahadur Chettri is hereby removed from the post of Sabhapati in respect to 23 Rhenak Tarpin Gram Panchayat, East Sikkim and in the resultant vacancy, Shri Nir Kumar Chettri, Up-Sabhapati and Smt. Sashikala Sharma, Member have been elected as Sabhapati and Up-Sarbhapati respectively of said Gram Panchayat with immediate effect. Dated Gangtok, the 30th April, 1990.

P.K. PRADHAN I.A.S. Commissioner-cum-Secretary Government of Sikkim, and Director of Panchayat Election

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 91/HOME/90. NOTIFICATION In pursuance of article 21 of the Articles of Association of the Sikkim Livestock Processing and Development Corporation Limited, the Governor hereby appoints Shri T.T. Dorji IAS, Secretary, Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services as the chairman of the Board of the Corporation with immediate effect. Dated Gangtok, the 7th April, 1990.

K. C. PRADHAN Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK ■35 (82) 88-89/68/ RDD-P/E. No: 35 (82) 88-89/68/ RDD-P/E. Gangtok, the 11th May, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of powers under Section 19 (1) of Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982, I, P. K. Pradhan, Director Panchayat and Secretary, Rural Development Deptt, do hereby accept the resignation tendered by Gram Panchayat of 28-Ranka Barbing, with immediate effect. It is further notified that in accordance with Section 99 (1) of Sikkim Panchayat Act 1982 all the powers, duties and functions which, under the provisions of this Act or any rule made thereunder or any law for the time being in force may be exercised, discharged or performed by the Gram Panchayat shall be exercised, discharged or performed by the Deputy District Officer, East District with immediate effect. By Order of the Government. Dated

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. 35(56)88-89/69/RDD-P/E NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 98 (a) & (b) of Sikkim Panchayat, Act 1982 I, P. K. Pradhan, Director Panchayat, hereby supersede the 2-Central Pendam Gram Panchayat Unit with immediate effect. It is further notified that the powers, duties and functions which, under the provi sions of this Act or any rule made thereunder or any law for the time being in force so exercised,discharged or perfomed by the Gram Panchayat shall be exercised, discharged or performed by the Deputy District Officer, East District in accordance with Section 99(l)(b) of Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982. By Order of Governor. Dated Gangtok, the 14th May, 1990.

P. K. PRADHAN, IAS Director Panchayat and Rural

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 94 /HOME/90 Dated Gangtok, the 20th April, 1990. NOTIFICATION

The Government of Sikkim is pleased to constitute Nehru Rozgar Yojana Committee with immediate effect with the responsibility of implementation of Nehru Rozgar Yojana in the State as follows:— 1. Chairman — Hon'ble Minister 2. Vice-Chairman Local Self Govt. Housing 3. State Nodal Officer — Secretary, Local Self Govt. & Housing Department. — Joint Secretary, Local Self Government & Housing Deptt. — Superinten 4. Director, Urban Poverty ding Programme Engineer, 5. Executive Officer Local Salf Govt. & Housing 6. Accounts Officer Departmen t. — Executive Officer, Local Self Govt. & Housing Deptt. — Accounts Officer, Local Self Govt. & Housing Department. 2. The duties of the State Nodal Officer and the Director, Urban Poverty

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 3/LD/RC/90 Dated Gangtok, the 13th June, 1990.

The following Notification of Government of India, Ministry of Surface and Trans(Transport Wing) New Delhi published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, part II, Section 3 (ii) dated 22nd May, 1989, is hereby republished for general information:S.O. 368 (E).- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (3) of section 1 of the Motor vehicles Act, 1988 (59 of 1988), the Central Government hereby appoints the 1st day of July, 1989, as the date on which the said Act shall come into force.

B.R. CHAVAN, Joint Secretary to the Government of India

B.R. PRADHAN,

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. No. 114/Home (Protocol)/90-91 NOTIFICATION

Dated 20th June, 1990

The Government of Sikkim is hereby pleased to accord the last and final extension for the submission of the report of the Commission of Enquiry notified vide Notification No. 6/H/89 dated 10th November, 1989 upto the 5th July, 1990.

P.K. PRADHAN Home Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 7(2) Home/78/91 (A) NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to sub-section (4) of section of the Sikkim Essential Services Maintenance Act, 1985 (7 of 1985), the State Government hereby extends the period of enforcement of the said Act for a further period of one year with effect from the 27th day of April, 1990. Dated Gangtok, the 18th April, 1990.

K. C. PRADHAN. Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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In exercise of power conferred by Section 26 (1) & 26 (2) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 Shri Buddhiman Tamang is hereby removed from the post of Sachiva of 34 So- reng -Gram Panchyat and in the resultant vacancy Shri Man Bahadur Chettri has been elec-ted as Sachiva of above Gram Panchayat with immediate effect.

P.K. PRADHAN LA.S. Commissioner-cum-Secretary, and Director of

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No:35 (31) 8889/66/RDD/P NOTIFICATION In exercise of power conferred by Sections 20, 21 (1), 26 (1) and 26 (2) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982, Shri Dhan Prasad Subba and Shri Jag Bahadur Chettri are hereby removed from the post of Sabhapati and Sachiva of 20 Hee Gram Panchayat respectively and in the resultant vacancies Shri Needup Bhutia and Jangadhoj Subba have been elected as Sabhapati and Sachiva of above Gram Panchayat with immediate effect.. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, 1990.

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Dated Gangtok, the 14th Feb, 90 Election Commission of India's notification No. 56/89(11) is hereby republished for information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA NOTIFICATION No. 56/89-(11).- WHEREAS the Election Commission of India is satisfied that as a result of its performance at the general election to the House of the People, 1989 from the State of Punjab "Shi-omani Akali Dal (Simranjit Singh Mann) "a registered unrecognised Political Party, is entitled for recognition as a State Party in the State of Punjab in terms of paragraph 6 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968; AND WHEREAS the Election Commission has decided to recognise the "Shiromani Akani Dal (Simranjit Singh Mann" as a State Party in the State of Punjab and reserve the symbol "Lion" for the said party in that State; NOW, THEREFORE in pursuance of clauses (b) and (d) of sub-paragraph (1) and sub-paragraph (2) of paragraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order ,1968, the Election Commission hereby makes the following amendments in its notification No 56/89, dated the 23rd October, 1989, published as O.N. 162(E), in the Gazette of India Extraordinary, Part-II, section 3 (iii), dated the 26th October, 1989, as amended from time to time, namely— (i) In-Table II of the said notification, under columns (2) and (3), against entry 'Punjab', the entry "4. Shiromani Akali Dal (Simranjit Singh Mann) .............. Lion" SHALL BE ADDED; (ii) In Table III of the said Notification, the entries under columns 1 and 2 "204. Shiromani Akali Dal ( Simranjit Singh Mann ) .......................... Chandigarh-9" SHALL BE DELETED, and remaining entries from 205 to 260 shall be re-

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 5.(3) Home/90/97 NOTIFICATION The Government of Sikkim is hereby pleased to. further extend the date of submission of the report of the Commission of Enquiry notified vide notification No.6/Home/89 dated 10th November, 1989 up to 10th June, 1990. Dated Gangtok, the 21st May, 1990.

K. C PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 51(2) Home/90/91/102 NOTIFICATION In supersession of all previous notifications on the subject, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to nominate the following members on the Board of Denzong Agriculture Coopera-tive Ltd., with immediate effec :Shri B.P. Dahal Shri P.S. Moktan, Principal CCF-cum-Secretary, Forests Shri G.P. Pradhan, Secretary, Finance Dr. B.S. Basnet, Secretary, Agriculture & Cooperation Shri T.T. Dorjee, Secretary, Animal Husbandry Shri Palden Wangchuk, Nazitam East Sikkim Shri M.B. Rai, Rongli, East Sikkim Shri Chandra Bahadur Basnet, Yangyang, South Sikkim Shri D.N. Tiwari, Managing Director. Chairman Member Member Member Member Member MemberMember P. K. Member Additional PRADHAN, Chief Dated Gangtok, the 17th July, 1990.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GANGTOK. No. 144/Ag. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 4 of the Seeds Act, 1966 (Central Act 54 of 1966), the State Government hereby declares the Seed Testing Labo- ratory located at Marchak, P.O. Ranipool, Sikkim, as the State Seed Laboratory where analysis of seed of any notified kind or variety shall be carried out by the Seed Analyst. Dated 26 . 5 . 1990

B.S. Basnet, Secretary, Agriculture Department, Government of Sikkim,

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Dated: 26 .5. 1990.

NOTIFICATION In exercise of powers conferred by section 12 of the Seeds Act, 1966 (Central Act 54 of 1966), the State Government hereby appoints Miss Songkit Lepcha, Seed Testing-cumCer- tification Officer, Seed Testing Laboratory, Agriculture Department, Government of Sikkim, Marchak, Sikkim, as Seed Analyst for the purpose of the said Act for the whole of Sikkim.

B.S. Basnet, Secretary, Agriculture Department,

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GANGTOK. No . 147/Ag. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by section 8 of the Seeds Act, 1966 (Central Act 54 of 1966), the State Government hereby consititutes a Seed Certification Agency within the Agriculture Department with the State Seed Sub-Committee as its governing body and with the appellate authority, Seed Analyst and Seed Inspectors as its executive body for the State to carry out the functions entrusted to it by the said Act. Dated 26 . 5 . 1990

B.S. Basnet,

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GANGTOK. No. 148/Ag. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by clause 11 of the Seeds (Control) Order, 1983, the State Government hereby appoints the Secretary to the Government of Sikkim, Agriculture Department, as the licensing authority to grant license to carry on the business of a dea-ler in seeds for the whole of the State of Sikkim. Dated 26 . 5 . 1990

K. C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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Dated: 26 .5. 1990.

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 13 of the Seeds Act, 1966 (Central Act 54 of 1966), the State Government hereby appoints the officers mentioned in column (2) of theTable below to be the Seed Inspectors for the areas specified in column (3) of the said table. TABLE Officia
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Jurisdiction
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Shri Topchen Lepcha, Regional Project Officer Shri K.K. Singh, Deputy Director Shri K.T. Bhutia, Deputy Director Shri D.K. Rai, Regional Project Officer

North District East District South District West District

B.S. Basnet,

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In exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-Section (i) of Section 8 of the Census Act, 1948(Central Act 37 of 1948) the Government of Sikkim hereby further directs that all Census Officers may , within the limits of the local areas for which they have been respectively appoin- ted,ask all such questions from all persons as may be necessary for collecting information through the individual Slip and Household Schedule in connection with the 1991 Census, on the items mentioned therein. INDIVIDUAL SLIP 1. Name 2. Relationship to head 3. Male/Female 4. Age 5.Marital status 6.Mother tongue 7.Two other languages known 8.Religion 9.Whether SC or ST 10.Name of Scheduled Caste/Tribe 11.Literate/Illiterate 12.Educational Attainment 13.Attending School/College 14.A.Did you work any time at all last year? (including unpaid work on farm or in family enterprise) B.If 'Yes' in 14-A, did you work for major part of last

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16. A. If 'No' in 14 A, seeking/available for work? 16. B. If 'Yes' in 16 A, have you ever worked before? 17. A. Whether you are an Ex-servicemen? B. If 'Yes' in 17 A, Pensioner/Non Pensioner 18. Birth Place (a) Place of birth (b) Rural/Urban (c) District (d) State/Country 19. Last residence (a) Place of last residence (b) Rural/Urban (c) District (d) State/Country 20. Reasons for migration from place of last residence 21. Duration of residence at the village or town of enumeration 22. For all ever-married women only (a) Age at marriage (b) Number of children surviving at present Male Female Total (c) Number of children ever born alive Male Female Total 23. For currently married women only Any child born alive during last one year. HOUSEHOLD SCHEDULE 1. Name 2. Relationship to head 3. Sex Male/Female 4. Age 5. Marital Status

K. C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim

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No. 99

Dated Gangtok the 12th June 1990.

The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to grant the following incentive to the State Award and National Award winning Medical/Nursing/Paramedical personnel: State Awardee—One premature increment at the lowest rate in ths relevant time scale of pay from the date of issue of commendation certificate. National Awardee—Two premature increment at the lowest rate in the relevant time scale of pay from the date of issue of commendation certificate. The Nursing personnels who have already been awarded State/National awards, shall draw the increment from the date of issue of this Notification.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 100 /Home Dated 14/6/90. NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by Clause (1) of Article 299 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased hereby to direct that all contract and assurances in respect of the building and out-house together with the land measuring 28 cattahs (approximately) being the premises No.4/1, Middleton Street forming part of holding No.7 Block NO.XIXofthe south division of the town of Calcutta belonging to the Government of Sikkim and all other properties of the Government of Sikkim situated in Calcutta made in the exercise of the executive power of the State of Sikkim may be executed on behalf of the Governor by Shri A.K Pradhan, Secretary to the Government of Sikkim, presently holding the post of the Managing Director, StateTrading Corporation of Sikkim.

K. C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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No. 101

POWER DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM GANGTOK
Notification No. 2(26)Gen/C/P/90-91

Dated Gangtok the 29.6.1990.

The Government of Sikkim is pleased to simplify the payment of Electricity charges by rounding off the billed amount to the nearest rupee. The payment involving fractions of fifty paise and above will be rounded off to the next higher rupee and fraction less than fifty paise shall be ignored with immediate effect.

L.P. TEWARI Secretary-cum Principal Cheif Engineer.

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No.101/HOME/90 .

No. 102

Dated 30th June, 1990. NOTIFICATION

Whereas the Governor of Sikkim is of the opinion that it is necessary to constitute an Administrative Reforms Commission with a view to improving the administrative efficiency in the State Government. The Governor of Sikkim is, therefore, pleased to constitute an Administrative Re-forms Commission to be headed by Shri T.P Sharma IAS, as Chairman. The terms of reference of the Commission shall be notified separately.

K. C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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No. 103

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER OF LEGAL METROLOGY FOOD & CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT GANGTOK-SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No.4(70)80-81 /WM/FCS/1 Dated: Gangtok the 5th July, 1990.

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (7) of section 28 of the Standards of Weights and Measures Act, 1976 (Central Act 60 of 1976), read with notification No. G.S.R. 701 dated the 7th July, 1984 of the Department of Civil Supplies, Ministry of Food & Civil Supplies Government of India, New Delhi, I, S.W. Tenzing, Controller of Legal Metrology in the State of Sikkim, having satisfied that it is necessary so to do in the public interest, hereby delegate all lthe powers as respects the provisions of Chapter IV of part IV of the said Act to the person for the time being holding the office of the Deputy Controller of Weights and Measures the State of Sikkim.

S.W. TENZING Secretary-InCharge & Ex-Officio, Controller of the Legal Metrology, Food & Civil Supplies Department Government of

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In exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-section (1) of section 65 of the Standards of Weights and Measures (Enforcement) Act. 1985 (Central Act 54 of 1985), I, S.W. Tenzing. Controller, hereby authorise the Deputy Controller of Weights and Measures to compound the fences mentioned in the said sub-section (1) of that section.

S.W. TENZING Secretary-In-Charge & Ex-Officio, Controller of the Legal Metrology, Food & Civil Supplies Department Government of Sikkim.

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No. 105

FOREST DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION

No.. 3/WLF/90

Dated 21st July, 1990.

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 6 of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 153 of 1972), the Government of Sikkim hereby reconstitutes the Wild Life Advisory Board in the State of Sikkim consisting of the following members : 1) Hon'ble Minister-in Charge of Forests Chairman 2) Shri Tasa Tangay, ML A Member 3) Shri B.R. Rai, MLA Member 4) PCCF-cum-Secretary, Forests Ex-Officio Member 5) Finance Secretary Member 6) Dy. Director, Wildlife, Eastern Region, Calcutta Member 7) Regional Representative Indian Board of Wildlife, Eastern Region, Calcutta Member 8) G.O.C. 17th Mtn. Div or his representative Member 9) Shri P.O. Pazo, Gangtok Non-Official Member 10) District Collectors (East/West/North/South) Member 11) Shri P.B. Chakraborty, Non-Official Gangtok. Member 12) Chief Conservator of Forests-I Member -cum-Chief Wildlife Warden Secretary.

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No. 84/RDD.

No. 106

Dated 10th August, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In partial modification of the Notification No:5/RDD. dated 12th August 1987, the Govt of Sikkim has been pleased to constitute a Committee on "Scientific Source Finding, Water Quality, Quantity assessment, monitoring and conservation of Water-Sikkim" consisting of the following members :1. Chairman - Secretary, Rural Development Department Govt, of Sikkim. 2. Member - Director, Central Ground Water Board, Eastern Region, Calcutta. 3. Member - Secretary, Irrigation Department. Govt, of Sikkim. 4. Member - Representative of Space Application Centre, Ahmadabad. 5. Member - Representative of National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Nagpur. Member - Dy. Director General, Geological Survey of India, North Eastern Region, Shillong, MeghaJaya. 7. Member - Director, Health & Family Welfare Department. Govt. of Sikkim. 8. Member - Chief Conservator of Forest, Govt. of Sikkim. 9 Member - Chief Engineer, Road & Bridge, Govt. of Sikkim. 10. Member - Chief Engineer, PHE Department, Govt of Sikkim. 11. Member - Chief Engineer, Irrigation Deptt, Govt. of Sikkim. 12. Member - President Sikkim Women's Council, Gangtok. 6.

Joint Secretary, Rural Development Department.

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No. 107

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM FICE OF THE DEPUTY CONTROLLER, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES FOOD AND CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT GANGTOK SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No.6(106)8283/WM/FCS/3 Dated: Gangtok the 7th July 1990

Government of India Notification published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary Part II, Section 3, Sub-Section (i) Ministry of Food and Civil Supplies ( Department of Civil Supplies New Delhi, the 25th May, 1990 is republished here for general information. G.S.R. No. 511 (E) In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 83 of the Standards of Weight & Measures Act, 1976 ( 6o of 1976) the Central Government hereby makes the follo- wing rules further to amend the Standards of Weights and Measures (Packaged Commodities) Rules, 1977 namely:— 1. (1) These rules may be called the the standards of Weights and Measures ( Packaged Commodities) Amendment Rules, 1990. (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. 2. In the Standards of Weights and Measures ( Packaged Commodities ) Rules, 1977 (herein after referred to as the said rules ), for the words "Sale price" wherever they occur, the words "retail sale price" shall be substituted. 3 .In the rule 2 of the said rules,— (i) for clause (r), the following clause shall be substituted, namely:— '(r) "retail Sale price means the maximum price at which the commodity in pac kaged form may be sold to the ultimate consumer and where such price is men tioned on the packaged, there shall be printed on the packages the words "Maxi

the unit sale price of the commodity contained in the package: Provided that this declaration is not necessary in the case of oackages packed the standard quantities specified in third Schedule and the Sixth Schedule of this rules.

2 Provided further that such declaration shall not be nessary in the case of packages of those commodities which are not specified in the Third Schedule but are packed in quantities of lOOg, 200g, 500,g lKg 2Kg, 5Kg or in multiple of 5Kg or in 100ml, 200ml, 500ml, 1 litre, 2 litre, 5 litre and in multiples of 5 litre." (ii) sub-rule (2) shall be omitted. 5. in rule 23 of the said rules, in Sub-rule (6), for the words "sale price or the retail Sale price," the words " retail sale price " shall be substituted. Note : Where any commodity is in package form for sale, the requirement of printing the price in the forms indicated in sub-claues (i) and (ii) of clause (s) of rule of the said rules which was in existence immediately before the commencement of the Standards of Weights and Measures ( Packaged Commodites ) Amend-ment Rules, 1990, may continue for a period of six months but in no case shall continue on and after the 30th November 1990. Sd/Sathi Nair Joint Secretary, No. WM-10 (35)/88

Foot Note : The principle Rules were notified vide GSR 922 (E) dated the 26 September 1977 and subsequently amended vide 1. GSR 347 (E) dated 30-64978 2. GSR 59 (E) dated 23.2.1980 3. GSR 303 (E) dated 31.3.1983 4. GSR 253 (E) dated 31.3.1984 5. GSR 316 (E) dated 30.4.1984 . 6. GSR 393 (E) dated 23.5.1984 .7. GSR 96 (E) dated 20.24985 8. GSR 458(E) dated 25.5.1985 9. GSR 32 (E) dated 17.1.1986 10. GSR1005 (E) dated 8.6.1986 11. GSR 730 (E) dated 25.8.1987 12. GSR 19(E) dated 8.1.1988 13. GSR 779 (E) dated 11.7.1988

B. K. Pradhan Deputy Controller of Weights & Measures Food & Civil Supplies Deptt. Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

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No. 108

SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK No.SLAS/9091/18/7466 Dated Gangtok, the 23rd August, 1990.

NOTIFICATION The following Order No. SKM/GOV/151/90 dated August 22, 1990 made by the vernor of Sikkim is hereby published for general information :"ORDER In exercise of the powers conferred on me by Article 174 (1) of the Constitution of India, I, R.H. Tahiliani, Governor of Sikkim, hereby summon the Sikkim Legislative Assem-bly to meet on Thursday, 6th September, 1990 at 11.00 AM., in the West Point School premi- ses at Gangtok. I further direct that the Secretary, Sikkim Legislative Assembly, shall notify the Mem-bers accordingly

R.H. TAHILIANI Governor of Sikkim"

B.P.S. Busnett Additional Secretary.

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No. 109

No.56(9) Home/8889/108

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Dated, Gangtok, the 16 August, 1990. NOTIFICATION

The following Order No. 26030/36/90-I.C.I.issued by the Government of Indian in

the Ministry of Home Affairs dated,New Delhi,the 7th August,1990 is hereby republished for genenral information:ORDER Whereas, after the merger of Sikkim with the Union of India, the Central Government promulgated the Sikkim Citizenship Order, 1975, according to which "every person who immediately before 26th day of April, 1975 was a Sikkim Subject under Sikkim Subject Regulattion, 1961, shall be deemed to have become a citizen of India on that day". Whereas it was brought to the notice of the Central Government that there were a large number of persons who were eligible to be entered in the Register maintained under the said Sikkim Subjects Regulation, 1961, but, were not so entered because of genuine ommisions.

Whereas the Central Government issued the Sikkim ( Citizenship ) Amendment Order,1989 providing that such cases or genuine omissions should be reviewed and if so determined by the Central Government, these persons should also be deemed to have

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P. K. PRADHAN, Home Secretary,
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No. 110

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.54(65)Home/89/ 105 Dated, Gangtok, the 2nd August, 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 8 of the census Act 1948 (Central Act 37 of 1948) a census officer is hereby instructed to ask the following questions to all persons within the limits of the local area for which he is appointed;1. Houselist: (a)Building No. (Municipal or local authority Census No. (b) Census House No. 2. Predominant construction material of census house :(a) Wall : (b) Roof : (c) Floor : 3. Purpose for which census house is used:-4. If used wholly or partly as residence: (a) Household No; : (b) Serial No. of the household; (c) Head of household: (i) Name: (ii) Male/Female (iii) Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe; (d) Does the household live in owned or rented house? (e) No. of living rooms in the occupation of household; (f) Facilities available to the household: (i) Drinking Water Supply;

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(h) Is the household or one or more members of the household engaged in one or more enterprises outside this census house and without premises or in the air? (i) No. of persons normally residing in the household:(a) Males: (b) Females: (c) Persons; Enterprises list (a) Census House No. (b) Description of activity of enterprises; (c) Classification of enterprises (agriculture/Non-agriculture'):(d) Nature of operation (perennial/seasonal) (e) Type of ownership (private/Co-operative/public): (f) Social group of owner (SC/ST/Others) (g) Power/fuel used for activity(without power/electricity) Coal/soft coke/petrol/diesel/gas/firewood/biogas/kerosene/Animal power/others): Number of persons usually working daily: (a) Total (including unpaid and hired workers): (i) Males: (ii) Females: (iii) Total: (b) Hired: (i) Males (ii) Females (iii) Total:

K.C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim. Gangtok.

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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No.SLAS/90-91 /204/7509 Dated Gangtok, the 30th August, 1990.

In pursuance of rule 75 of Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim Legislative Assembly, the Speaker has been pleased to order the prepublication of the ollowing Bill: THE SIKKIM MOTOR VEHICLES TAXATION (AMENDMENT)
BILL, 1990. ( BILL NO.6 OF 1990. ) A BILL further to amend the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxation Act, 1982. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of Sikkim in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:Short title.. Amendment of section 2. 1 . This Act may be called the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxation (Amendment) Act, 1990.

2. In section 2 of the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxation Act, 1982 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Act), in clause (g), for the words and figure "the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 1917", the words and figure "the 59 of 1988. Motor Vehicles Act, 1988" shall be substituted. 3. In section 4 of the principal Act, in the second proviso to subsection (2), for the words and figures" section 2^ of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939", the words and figures "section 43 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 59 of 1988. 1988" shall be substituted. 4. In section r of the principal Act, for the words and figure "the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 19^7", the words and figure "the Motor Vehicles 59 of 1988. Act, 1988", shall be substituted. 5. In section 14 of the principal Act, for the words and figure "the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 19^7", the words and figure "the Motor 59 of 1988, Vehicles Act, 1988", shall be substituted. .

Amend ment of section Amendm ent of section 5. A mend ment

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(2) On payment by such person of such sum together with the amount of tax of additional tax, if any, due, such person, if in custody, shall be set at liberty and if any proceedings in any criminal court have been instituted against such person in respect of the offence, the composition shall be deemed to amount to an acquittal and no further criminal proceedings shall be taken against such person in respect of such offence." Amendment of Schedule 7 In the Schedule to the principal Act, in paragraph C, for the word "private", the word "goods" shall be substituted.

STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
When the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxation Act was enacted in 1982 the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 1957 was in force in Sikkim which was an old law protected by clause (k) of article 37iF of the Consti-tution. With the enactment of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (Central Act £9 of 1988) by Parliament, and its enforcement in the State of Sikkim w.e.f. 1st August, 1988, the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 1957 stood repealed. However", in the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxation Act, 1982, there are references to the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 19^7, since repealed. It is now necessary to substitute the Motor Vehicles Act,1988 (Central Act 59 of 1988) for the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 1957. 2. In addition to the above, the present Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxation Act, 1982, does not have a pro-vision for compounding the offences comitted by not paying the tax or additional tax in time by the 0wners of the vehicles as contemplated under clause (a) of ection 13 of the Act. As such, every case of non -payment of the tax has to go to the Magistrate of the first class who has the jurisdiction to try such offence and, section 16 and only on conviction by Magistrate, the offer der has to be panalised. If we have a provision for compounding the offences of noi -payment of tax and renewal of taken thereof in time in the Act, every such petty cases need not be referred to the Magistrate for trial thereby further delaying the realisation of tex and renewal of token. Accordingly a new section 15A is proposed to be inserted after section 15 of the Act,em-powering the Taxation Officer to compound the offences mentioned above on realisation of such sum as the State Government may, by notification, fix. This Bill seeks to achieve the above objects.

M.B. DAHAL,
MINISTER-IN-CHARGE.

FINANCIAL MEMORANDUM NIL MEMORANDUM REGARDING DELEGATED LEGISLATION
Clause 6 of the Bill empowers the State Government to specify the sum for compoundingthe offences by notification which a person is required to pay together with the tax or additional tax, if any, due in respect of the motor vehicle. The delegation of the legislative power under this clause is of normal character.

By Order,

K. SHERAB Secretary. PRINTED AT THE SIKKIM GOVERNMENT PRESS, GANGTOK

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM SIKKIM NATIONALISED TRANSPORT

No.10/ T

Dated Gangtok, the 14th. August, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In supersession of all previous Notifications and Circulars, it is hereby notified that all industrial Units and Public Undertakings in the State where capital investment is above Rs.25.00 lakhs (Rupees twenty-five lakhs) shall have to ply their own vehicles under S.N.T. supervision and pay prescribed supervision charges to Sikkim Nationalised Transport. Sikkim Industrial Marketting Federation Ltd- and Denzong Agricultural Coopera-tive Society Ltd. being co-operative units are exempted for vehicles registered in their com-pany's name only.

M.K.PRADHAN Secretary to the Government of Sikkim Sikkim Nationalised Transport.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 21(3)LD/LIT/84/9/LD/90. NOTIFICATION The Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to make the following rules to amend the Government of Sikkim, Law Department notification No.21(3)LD/LIT/ 84(1) dated the 7th August, 1984, namely:— In the said notification, in the proviso to sub-rule (2) of rule 1, for the words "three years", the words "six years" shall be substituted. Dated the 23rd July, 1990.

B.P. PRADHAN, Joint Secretary to the Government of Sikkim, Law Department. (F. No. 21 (105) /LD/90).

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No. 114

Dated Gangtok, the 11th September, 1990.

dated 8th

The following order of the Governor of Sikkim No. SKM/GOV/167/90 September , 1990 is notified for information: "In exercise of the powers conferred by Article 174 (2) (a) of the Constitution, I, R.H. Tahiliani Governor of Sikkim hereby prorogue the Sikkim Legislative Assembly which was summoned to meet on Thursday, 6th September, 1990.

R.H. TAHILIANI GOVERNOR OF SIKKIM"

By Order,

B.P.S. Busnett Additional Secretary

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Friday, September 14, 1990 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT No.51(7)/Home/83 /107 Dated Gangtok, the 16th August, 1990. NOTIFICATION In supersession of all previous notifications in this regard, the State Government is ed to re-constitute the sheduled Castes Welfare Board as follows:— No. 115

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In supersession of all previous notifications in this regard, the State Government is pleased to re-constitute the sheduled Castes Welfare Board as follows:—
1. Su n m an D arj ee R he no ck , Ea st Si kk im 2. Sh ri La ya Pr Official Members Shri D. K. Gazrnere S e c r e t a r y , E s t a b l i s

K. Bardewa Secretary, Administrative Reforms Commission Shri R. N. Pariyar Executive Officer, SC/ST Welfare Department Shri D. K. Khati shall be the Chairman of the Board as fication No. 2/l/Home/77-90/Pt.II/93 dated 20th April, 1990.

Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

Member Member Member Secretary already notified vide NotiP. K. PRADHAN, Home Secretary, Government of Sikkim.
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No: 28GEN/EST.
NOTIFICATION

Dated Gangtok the: 2.8-90.

The Governor is pleased to enhance the consolidated pay of the School Mothers in Education Department, fixed earlier under Establishment Department Notification No. 132/ Gen/Est of 16.7.1987, to Rs-800/- per month with effect from 1st July, 1990.

By order,

D. K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary to the Govt of Sikkim, Establishment Department.

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No. 117

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Notification No.l20/H ition NO.120/H the 22ndFeb, 1990 ormation.

Dated Gangtok,

Election Commission of India's notification No. 56/89(12) is hereby republished ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA New Delhi, Dated the 3rd February, 1990. Magha 14, 1911 (SAKA) NOTIFICATION
No.56/89-(12) - In pursuance of the powers conferred by «Iause (d) of sub-paras (i) and (2) of Paragraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968, the Election Commission of India hereby makes the following further amendments in its notification No.56/89, dated 23rd October, 1989, published as O..N. 162(E), in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary Part IF, Section 3 (iii), dated the 26th October, 1989, as amended from time to time, namelyIn Table IV of the said notification against serial number 21 . Uttar Pradesh under column 2 the entries at serial No. (Damru)"and "71. Surahi" SHALL BE DELETED and the remaining entries From 60 to 84 shall be re-numbered to read as 59 to 82 respectively. *

By Order.

K. P. G. KUTTY ) Secretary.

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Election Commission of India's notification No. 56/89-(13) dated 19. 2. 90, is hereby republished for information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA NEW DELHI DATED the 19th February, 1990. Magha 30, 1911 (Saka) NOTIFICATION
NO. 56/89-(13).— In pursuance of the powers conferred by clause (d) of sub-paras (i) and (2) of paragraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) order 1968, the Election Commission hereby makes the following further amendments in its notification No. 56/89, dated 23rd October, 1989 published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II Section 3 (iii), dated the 26th October, 1989, and as amended from time to time, namely— In Table IV of the said notification : (i) against number 2. Bihar, under column 2, the following entries SHALL BE ADDED: "48. Clock 49. Dao 50 Horn-bill 51. 52. Jug 53. Log-drum 54. Letter Box 55. Mug 56. 57 58. 59 Ship Two cultivators returning after cutting crop Watch Mithun" Hurricane Lamp

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(ii) against number13. Meghalaya, under column 2,the entry "10. Scales within a rectangle"

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SHALL BE SUBSTITUTED by entry "10Scales" ; and (iii) against number 17. Rajasthan, under column 2, the following entries SHALL BE ADDED; "45. Tractor 46. 47. 48. Coconut tree bearing fruits Cup and saucer Letter Box" .

The above amendmends shall be deemed to have taken effect from the 27th January, 1990.

By Order, (K.P.G. KUTTY) Secretary.

(R. WANGYAL) Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Election Department, Gangtok, Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

No.35 (10) 8889/87/RDD/P.
NOTIFICATION

Dated 15 September, 1990.

Whereas the Prescribed Authority under the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 has given opportunity to Sri Chumden Tamang, Member of 3 Ringhim Nampatam Gram Panchayat and Shri Nar Bahadur Limboo, Member of 13 Tingchim Mangshila Gram Panchayat to shiw cause against the action proposed to be taken against therri for their absence from 3 consecutive meetings of the Panchayats. And whereas these members have failed to give satisfactory explanation. Now, in exercise of the powers under section 22(1 )(d) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982,the aforesaid members are removed from Office with immediate effect.

L. B. CHHETRI Secretary, Rural Development Department and Director,

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT NO.35(10)8889/88/RDD/P. NOTIFICATION The resignations tendered by following members of Gram Panchayats in accordance with section 19 (1) are hereby accepted. They are deemed to have vacated their Offices with immediaite effect:— SOUTH DISTRICT:
Name 1. 2. 3.

Dated 15 September, 1990.

Designation Shri Dal Man Sunar Shri Kharka Bahadur Rai Shri parka Bahadur Rai SlSTRICT: Shri patap Singh Rai Shri Dal Bahadur Karki

G.P. Unit Member Member Member President Member 29 22

17 Turuk Ram

Mikkhola K

WEST DISTRICT:
1. 2.

Sinighitha

32 Zoom 12 Gyalshing Um

L.B. CHHETRI Secretary, Rural Development Department and Director, Panchayat Election
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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENf DEPARTMENT No.35(10)8889/9O/RDD/P. Dated 22nd October, 1990.

NOTIFICATION Whereas c onsequent upon the death of following members, the offices of members have become vacant in the Gram Panchayat Words mentioned against their names;— And whereas it has been decided to fill up the vacancies by election. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the provision of rule 84 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rule, 1982, the aforesaid Panchayat Wards are called upon to elect members for se of filling the vacancy so caused. Name of the member Name of Ward Name of Panchayat Unit
East District

1. Shri Chiten Ongay Bhutia Lamaten 15. Rolep Lamaten 2. Shri Ninchho Lepcha Rameng 11. Parbing Chuba 3. Shri Rinzing Chhopel Rayong 31. Tingkitam Rayong 4. Shri Sher Bahadur Manger Sadam

Sonam Lepcha II 12. Ramthang Tanek
North District

Tanek

L.B. CHHETRI Secretary, Rural Development Department and Director, Panchayat Election

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Dated 22nd October, 1990. NOTIFICATION

Whereas the State Government of Sikkim vide notifications Nos. 35(10)-88-89/90/ RDD/P,35(10)-88-89/91/RDD/P and 35(10)-88-89/92/RDD/P dated 22 October, 1990 under rule 84 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982 and published in the official Gazette of the State Government of Sikkim, oh 22.10.1990 called upon the Gram Panchayat Wards detai- led in these notifications to fill up the vacancies caused by reason of death of the sitting members, resignation/removal of the members, supersession of Panchayats and also by reason of consitution of new Gram Panchayat Units. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the provisions of rule 14 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982, I, the undersigned, hereby, appoint with respect to the said elections:(a) 29-10.1990 (Monday) As the last date for making nominations, (b) 30.10.1990 (Tuesday) As the date for scrutiny of nominations, (c) 1.11.1990 (Thursday) As the last date for withdrawal of candidature, . (d) 21.11-1990 (Wednesday) As the date on which apoll shall, if necessary be taken, and (e) 22111990 (Thursday) As the last date before which election shall be completed.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK, SIKKIM No.Elec. 128/90/1145 NOTIFICATION In pursuance of the provisions of rule 16 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982, I, the undersigned hereby fixes the hours from 8.00 AM to 4.00 PM as the hours during which the poll shall, if necessary, be taken at the Bye-elections to the Panchayat Units in the State of Sikkim to be held in pursuance of State Government's Notifications Nos. 35(10)-8889/90/RDD/P, 35(10)-8889/91/RDD/P and 35(10)-88-89/92/RDD/P dated 22.10.1990. Dated 22nd October, 1990.

B.K. KHAREL Joint

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT No.35(10) -8889/91/RDD/P. Dated 22nd October, 1990.

NOTIFICATION Whereas the Office of the members of the following Panchayats and Panchayat Wards have become vacant by reason of resignation and removal of the members and super-session of the Panchayat: And whereas it has been decided to fill up the vacancies by election. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the provision of rule 84 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rule, 1982 the following Panchayats and Wards are called upon to elect members for the purpose of filling the vacancy so caused. District Name of the Panchayat Name of Ward elected.

No. of

East

12

Central Pendam

1.

Central Pendam

4. Sangtang

1

5. Barbing

1

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South 17 Turuk

Ramabong

1.Panchgharey

1

28 Mikkhola

1.Paksheep

1

13 Tingchim

Mangshill 1.Lower

Mangshilla

1

28

Mikkhola Kitam

~

22 Singithang West Zoom Gyalshing Umchung North Ringhim Nampatam 32 12 03

13 lingchim Mangshilla

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK 35(10)/88-89/92/RDD/P Dated Gangtok, the 22nd October 1990 NOTIFICATION Whereas Notification No: 35 (2) 87-88/789/RDD/P Dated 15-9.90 has divided 27 Sicheygaon Gram Panchayat Unit in the East District into two. Whereas 40 Gangtok Private Estate (Arithang) Gram Panchayat Unit has been formed in addition to 27 Sicheygaon Gram Panchayat Unit in the East District. And Whereas section 4 sub Section 3 of the Sikkim Panchayat Act provides for dissolution and reconstitution of the Gram Panchayats for the newly constituted Grams. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the provision of Rule 84 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules 1982, the following Panchayat Wards are called upon to elect members for the newly constituted Gram Panchayat Units. Panchayat to be District Name of Ward Name of No. of members

East

27 Sicheygaon 2. Upper Sicheygaon (Lingding) 3. Burtuk 4. Upper Burtuk 5. Chandmari 6. Upper Chandmar 1

1. Sicheygaon 1 1 1 1

East

40. Gangtok Private Estate (Arithang)

1. Gangtok Private 5 Estate (Arithang) No. of members to be

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No. 124

Dated

Election Commission of India's Notification No. 56/89(14) dated 30th April, 1990 by republished for general information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA Nirvachan Sadan, Ashok Road, New Delhi110001. Dated the 30th April, 1990. Vaisakha 10, 1912, (S). NOTIFICATION No. 56/89-(14).- Whereas the Election Commission of India is satisfied that as a re-sult its poll performance at the general election to the House of the people, 1989 from the State of Uttar Pradesh, "Bahujan Samaj Party", a recognised State Party in.the State of Pun-jab is entitled for recognition as a State Party in the State of Uttar Pradesh in terms of para-graph 6 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968; And whereas the Election Commission has decided to recognise the Bahujan Samaj Partyas a State Party in the State of Uttar Pradesh and reserve the symbol 'Elephant' for the said party in that State; Now, therefore, in pursuance of clauses (b) and (d) of sub-paragraph (1) and sub-paparagraph (2) of paragraph 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968, the Election Commission hereby makes the following amendments in its notification No.56/89, dated 23rd October, 1989, published as O.N. 162 (E), in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, section 3(iii), dated the 26th October, 1989, as amended from time to time, namelyi) In Table II of the said notification under columns (1), (2) and (3), after entry. "Tri-

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No. 125

Dated: Gangtok, the 26th June, 1990.

Election Commission of India's Notification No. 282/1/M.T/90 dated 6th. June, 1990 is hereby republished for general information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA Ashok Road, New Delhi-110001. Dated: 6 June, 1990. Jyaistha 16,4912 (S) NOTIFICATION No. 282/1/MT/90.- WHEREAS it has been brought to the notice of the Commission that according to the authoritative text of the Constitution in the Hindi language, Bombay has been referred to as "Mumbai" while in the Hindi version of the Delimitation of Parliamentary Assembly Constituencies Order, 1976 Bombay has been referred to as "Bombai"; AND, WHEREAS the Election Commission has decided that the Hindi version of Bombay in the Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 1976 should Mumbai" in conformity with the authoritative text of the Constitution in the Hindi sage; NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers conferred on the Election Ecommission by sub-section 1 (a) of section 9 of the Representation of the People Act, 1950, and all other powers enabling it in this behalf the Election Commission hereby makes the following

.

correc-tions the Hindi version of the Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order,1976:-

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I. The names of the parliamentary constituencies mentioned in Part A of Schedule XIII at S. Nos. 4,5,6,7,8, and 9 shall be corrected to read as 4-Mumbai Dadshin, 5-Mumbai Dakshin Kendriya, 6-Mumbai Uttar Kendriya, 7-Mumbai Uttar Purv, S-Mumbai Uttar Paschim and 9-Mumbai Uttar. II. (a) The name of the District Brihattar Bambai Jilla occurihg below S.No. 18 shall be corrected to read as 'Brihattar Mumbai Jilla'; and (b) In the description of the extent of the assembly constituencies Nos. 19 to 52 in'Brihattar Bambai Jilla; ''Brihattar Bambai Nagar Nigam", wherever it . occurs shall be corrected to read as "Brihattar Mumbai Nagar Nigam".

By Order, K.P.G. KUTTY SECRETARY

C.P. Dhakal Assistant Electoral Officer to the Government of Sikkim GANGTOK.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Notification No.124/H Dated Gangtok, the 14th August, 1990 Election Commission of India's notification No. 56/89-(15) is hereby republished for informationELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA New Delhi-110001. Dated the 3rd August, 1990. Sravana 12, 1912 (S). NOTIFICATION No. 56/89-(l5).- In pursuance of the powers conferred by clause (d) of sub-paras (1) and (2) of paragraph. 17 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968, the Election Commission of India hereby makes the following further amendments in its notification No. 56/89, dated 23rd October, 1989 published as O.N.162(E), in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary Part II, Section 3(iii), dated the 26th October, 1989, as amended from time to time namelyIn Table IV of the said notification against Serial number 1. Andra Pradesh, under Column 2, the following entries SHALL BE ADDED: "43. Tractor 44. Bell" The above amendment shall be deemed to have taken effect from 23rd October, 1989 and is applicable, only for the General Election to the Legislative Assembly from the State of Pradesh held in November, 1989.

By Order, Sd/-K.P.G. KUTTY. SECRETARY

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No. 127

Order No. 125/H

Dated: Gangtok, the 27th August, 1990.

Election Commission of India's Notification No. 76/SKM/90 7th August 1990 is hereby republished for general information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA Nirvachan Sadan, Ashok Road, New Delhi-110001. 76/SKM/90 Dated: Sravana 16, 1912 (Saka) 7th August, 1990. ORDER Whereas the Election Commission is satisfied that each of the contesting candidates specified in column (4) of the Table below at the General Election to the Sikkim Legislative Assembly, 1989 as specified in column (2) and held from the constituency specified in column (3) against his name has failed to lodge an account of his election expenses or failed to lodge the account within the time and or in the manner, as shown in column (5) of the said Table as required by the Representation of the People Act, 1951 and the Rules made thereunder; And whereas the said candidates have either not furnished any reason or explanation for the said failure even after due notice or the Election Commission, after considering the representations made by them, ifrany is satisfied that they have no good reason or justification for the said failure; Now, therefore, in pursunance of section 10A of the said Act, the Election Commi-

ssion hereby declares the persons specified in column (4) of the Table below to be disqualified for being chosen as, and for being a member of either House of the Parliament or of the Legislative Assembly or Legislative Council of a State/Union Terriotory for a period of 3 years from the date of this order.

2 S. No. Particulars of Election S. No. & Name of Constituency Name & Address of the Candidate Reason for disqualification. Failed to lodge the account of election expenses. -do-

1

General Election 6-Rinchenpong to Sikkim Legislative Assembly, 1989. -do6-Rinchenpong

Shri Dawa Lepcha Samdong, (Kaluk), Sikkim Shri Tashi Wongdi Tathangchen, Gtk.

2.

East, Sikkim, Sikkim.
3. -do5-Barmiok Shri Dhan Lall Limboo, Berthang,, West Sikkim 4. Poudyal, -do5-Barmiok Shri Ram Chandra Chota Singtam, West Sikkim. -do-do-

5. Subba, 6.

-do-

5-Barmiok

Shri Ram Bahadur Rumbuk, West Sikkim Shri D. B. Gurung, P.O.Aritar, Sikkim.

-do-

-do-

19-Regu

-do-

By order,

B.N. CHAWLA Under Secretary

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No. 128

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK, SIKKIM No. ELEC. 128/90/1171 NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 101 of the Sikkim panchayat Act, 1982 (3 of 1982 ) read.with rule 7 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982 the Director of Panchayat Election hereby designate the officers of the Government spe-cified in column 2 of the table below as Returning Officer of the Gram Panchayat. Ward in the State of Sikkim as specified in column 1 of the said table against such officer of the Government. Dated 15th October, 1990.

TABLE

1. No. & Name of Gram Panchayat/Ward EAST DISTRICT 1. Central Pendam Ward of 2 Central Pendam Gram Panchayat 3. Burtuk Ward of 27 Sicheygaon Gram Panchayat Shri K.T. Chan kappa Returning Officer

ional District Collector, East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector, East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector, East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector, East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector, East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector, East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District East, Gangtok.

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6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1.

1 Upper Chandmari Ward of 27 Sicheygaon Gram Panchayat Liyung Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat ParbingWard of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat Ranka Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat Sangtong Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat Barbing Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat Gangtok Private Estate (Arithang) Ward Gangtok Private (Arithang) Gram Panchayat

2

Shri K.T Chankappa, Additional District Collector East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector East, Gangtok. Shri K.T Chankappa, Additional District Collector East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector East, Gangtok. Shri K.T. Chankappa, Additional District Collector East, GangtokSOUTH DISTRICT

5.

Rameng Ward of 11 "Pafbing Chuba Gram Panchayat 1.. Sadam Ward of 15 Sadam Suntalay Gram Panchayat

'2. 31

Rayong Ward of Tingkitam Rayong Gram Panchayat

3. Panchgharey Ward of 17 Turuk Ramabong Gram Panchayat 1. 3. Gumpa Ghurpisey Ward of 22 Singithang Gram Panchayat Mikkhola Ward of 29 Mikkhola Kitam Gram Panchayat

Shri S. Dorjee Deputy District Officer, South, Namchi. Shri S. Dorjee, Deputy District Officer, South, Namchi. Shri S. Dorjee, Deputy District Officer, South, Namchi. Shri S.Dorjee, Deputy District Officer, South, Namchi. Shri S. Dorjee, Deputy District Officer, South, Namchi. Shri S.Dorjee, Deputy, District Officer, South, Namchi.

1 WEST DISTRICT 1. Gyalshing Ward of 12 Gyalshing Umchung Gram Panchayat 2. Mangmo Ward of 18 Dentam Gram Panchayat 3. Hathidunga Ward of 23 Sangdorjee Rinchenpong Gram Panchayat 4. Zoom Ward of 32 Zoom Gram Panchayat NORTH DISTRICT 1. Pakshep Ward of 3 Ringhim Nampatam Gram Panchayat 2. Tangyek Ward of 12 Ramthang Tangyek Gram Panchayat 3. Lower Mangshila Ward of 13 Tingchim Mang shila Gram Panchayat

2

Shri K.K. Kafley, Deputy District Officer, West, Gyalshing. Shri K.K. Kafley, Deputy District Officer, West, Gyalshing. Shri K.K. Kafley, Deputy District Officer, West, Gyalshing. Shri K.K. Kafley, Deputy District Officer, West, Gyalshing.

Shri K.K. Pradhan, Deputy District Officer, North, Mangan. Shri K.K. Pradhan, Deputy District Officer, Shri K K Pradhan, Deputy District Officer, North, Mangan.

B .K. KHAREL Joint Difector of Panchayat Election

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK, SIKKIM

No.ELEC.128/90/117 2
NOTIFICATION

Dated 15th October, 1990.

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 101 of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982, ( 3 of 1982 ) read with rule 18 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982,the Director of Panchayat Election hereby appoints each of the officers of the Govern-ment as specified in column 2 of the table below to assist the Returning Officer of the Gram Panchayat/Ward in the State' of Sikkim as specified in column 1 of the said table against such officer of the Government in the performance of the functions of such Returning Officer. TABLE No.& Name of Gram Panchayat/Ward 1. EAST DISTRICT 1. Returning Officer for 1 Central Pendam ward of 2 Central Pendam Gram Panchayat 2. Returning Officer for Burtuk Ward of 27 Sicheygaon Gram Panchayat 7. Returning Officer for 4 Upper Burtuk Returning Officer 2.

Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy Distrct Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok.

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1 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Returning Officer 5 Chandmari Ward of 27 Sicheygaon Garm Panchayat Returning Officer for 6 Upper Chandmari Ward of 27 Sicheygaon Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 1 Liyung Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 2 Parbing Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 3 Ranka Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 4 Sangtong Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Garm Panchayat , Returning Officer for 5 Barbing Ward of 28 Ranka Barbing Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 1 Gangtok Private Estate (Arithang) Ward of 40 Gangtok Private Estate (Arithang) Gram Panchayat SOUTH DISTRICT 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Returning Officer 5 Rameng Ward of 11 Parbing Chuba Gram Panchayat Returning Officer 1 Sadam Ward of 15 Sadam Suntalay Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 3 Panchayat Ward for 17 Turuk Ramabong Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 1 Gumpa Ghurpisey Ward of 29 Singithang Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 3 ' Mikkhola Ward of 29 Mikkhola Kitam Gram Panchayat Returning Officer for 2 Rayong Ward of 31 Tingkitam Rayong

2

Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, GangtokShri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. Rv Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok. Shri D. R. Nepal, Deputy District Officer, East, Gangtok.

Gram Panchayat

Miss Upma Srivastava, Sub Divisional Magistrate, South, NamchiMiss Upma Srivastava, Sub Divisional Magistrate, South, Namchi. Miss Upma Srivastava, Sub Divisional Magistrate, South, Namchi. Miss Upma Srivastava, Sub Divisional Magistrate, South, Namchi. Miss Upma Srivastava, Sub Divisional Magistrate, South, Namchi. Miss Upma Srivastava, Sub Divisinoal Magistrate, South, Namchi.

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1 WEST DISTRICT 22. Returning Officer for 1 Gyalshing Ward of 12 Gyalshing Umchung Gram Panchayat 23. Returning Officer for 2 Mangmo Ward of 18 Dentam Gram Panchayat 24.Returning Officer for 3 Hathidunga Ward of 23 Sangdorjee Rinchenpong Gram Panchayat 25.Returinig Officer for 1 Zoom Ward of 32 Zoom Gram Panchayat NORTH DISTRICT 26. Returning Officer for 2 Pakshep Ward of 3 Ringhim Nampatam Garm Panchayat 27.Returning Officer for 2 Tangyek Ward of 12 Ramthang Tangyek Gram Panchayat 28.Returning Officer for 3 Lower Mangshila Ward of 13 Tingchim Mangshila Gram Panchayat.

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Shri M. P. Subba, Sub Divisional Magistrate, West, Gyalshing. Shri M. P. Subba, Sub Divisional Magistrate, West, Gyalshing. Shri M. P. Subba, Sub Divisional Magistrate, West, Gyalshing. Shri M. P. Subba, Sub Divisional Magistrate, West, Gyalshing.

Shri N. Krishna, Sub Divisional Magistrate, North, Mangan. Shri N. Krishna, Sub Divisional Magistrate, North, Mangan. Shri N. Krishna, Sub Divisional Magistrate, North, Mangan.

B.K. KHAREL. Joint Director of Panchayat Election.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM FINANCE DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.3 /Fin/Acctts. NOTIFICATION Consequent upon creation of Engineering Cell for undertaking construction works of the departmcnt, the Governor has been pleased to vest self cheque drawing powers in the De-partment of Education with immediate effect covering expenditure on works only. For speedy implementation of smaller works, Secretary, Education Department is authorised to accord administrative approval to such costing upto Rs. 2.50 lakhs, subject to technical sanction to detailed estimates. In the matters of procedure for execution of works, maintenance of accounts and other records and furnishing of monthly accounts to the Accountant General, Sikkim, the proviisions of the Sikkim Public Works Manual and Code shall be applicable. Dated the 10th August, 1990.

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HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM GANGTOK
No.72/ HCS.

Dated Gangtok, the 8th September, 1990

NOTIFICATION Consequent upon the appointment of Shri Anand Prakash Subba, a member of Sikkim Judicial Service, to the Sikkim Superior Judicial Service vide Government of Sikkim, Establishment Department Office Order No. U/21/561/G/EST. dated 6th September, 1990, he is directed to join as Additional District and Sessions Judge at Gangtok temporarily, in an officiating capacity, with immediate effect. Further, Shri P.W. Pulger, Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (East and North) is directed to remain in-charge of the office and the Court of Civil Judge-cumJudicial Magistrate (East)addition to his own duties, until further orders.

By Order,

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.6(7) Home/88/110 Dated Gangtok, the 13th September, 1990. NOTIFICATION

The following Order made by the Governor of Sikkim on 11th September, 1990 is published for general information :ORDER No.SKM/GOV/17 1/90 Dated the 11th September 1990

I, R.H.Tahiliani, Governor of Sikkim, hereby order that the following distribution of work shall take place among the Members of the Council of Ministers during the absence of the Chief Minister on tour abroad:A. Shri Chamla Tshering, Minister for Public Works, Tourism and State Trading Cor poration of Sikkim will be overall-in-charge of the Administration. B. The Home Department will be looked after by a Committee comprising the following:i. Shri Chamla Tshering, Minister for Public Works, Tourism and State Trading Corporation of Sikkim. ii. Shri PB. Gurung, Minister for Agriculture, Irrigation and Cooperation. iii. Shri K-N. Upreti; Minister for Food & Civil Supplies, Law and Legislative, Urban Development and Housing. iv.Shri P.L- Gurung, Minister for Panchayat & Rural Development and Eccle siastical. v. Shri K.C Pradhan, Chief Secretary.

a, Minister, Power and Labour-

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Further, I, hereby, order that during the absence on tour abroad of Shri O.T.Bhutia Minister for Health and Family Welfare and Social Welfare, his portfolio will be looked after by Shri Pawan Rumar Chamling, Minister for Industries, Information and Public Relation and Printing.

R.H. TAHILIANI Governor of Sikkim

P. K. PRADHAN, Additional Chief Secretary, "Government of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT No.2(1)/Home/77-90/Part.II/84 Dated Gangtok, the 24th February, 1990. NOTIFICATION In supersession of all previous Notifications issued by the Home Department on the subject the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to accord facilities to ML As who are Chairman and Chairmen who are not MLAs as follows with immediate effect :— 1. POL — (a) Monthly quota of 100 Ltrs. for local use and 200 ltrs. maxirnun for tour purposes if a vehicle is attached. — (b) If a vehicle is not attached then a conveyance allowan ce of Rs. 500/- per month. II. RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION ) A quarter with free electricity and water supply. — (b) Rs. l,000/-per month if a Government quarter is not provided. III.Reimbursement of donations towards noble and benevolent causes to the extent of Rs.10,000/- per annum only. IV.Daily Allowance of Rs. 100/- daily for attending meeting of Board of DirectorsEXPLANATION NO. 1. Daily Allowance of Rs. 100/-per day will be admissible only for attending meeting of the Board of Directors of the Corporation/Bank/Board and Co-operatives. — ( a

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.54(45) Home/88/111 Dated Gangtok, the 20th September, 1990. NOTIFICATION The Cabinet in its meeting held on 15th September, 1990 examined the report submitte d by the Additional Chief Secretary/Home Secretary on behalf of the Committee appoinprovide Notification No.54(45)Home/89/109 of 12th September, 1990 on the representation of the Industrial Units in connection with the enhancement of power tariff and introduption of Supervision charges by SNT. The Cabinet has been pleased to approve the following mterimreliefto the Iudustrial Units pending final decision :1.The Indstrial Units will pay power tariff at the revised rate of 70 p. per unit. The K.V.A. charges will be applicable only to the units who were liable to Pay on or before 31.3.1990. 2. The status-quo will be maintained by SNT to pre 31.3-1990 on the realisation of supervi sion charges with the following conditions :a. This relaxation is applicable only in favour of existing fleet of vehicles and registered in the name of the Industrial Units. b. This relaxation will not be applicable to vehicles hired by the Units.This exemption will not be applicable to newly added/procured vehicles of the Units. c. This exemption is applicable only for transportation of raw materials required for the Units and its finished goods to the vehicles belonging to the Units. 3.All Units will be liable to pay the arrears, if any, on the basis of the final decision of the State Government from 1.4.1990 to the date of decision.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT No.54(2)/Hom e/90/87 NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by section 15 of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 (Central Act 33 of 1989), the State Government hereby specifies Shri M-P.Pradhan, Public Prosecutor, to be the Special Public Prosecutor for the Purpose of conducting cases in the Special Court for all the four districts of the state of Sikkim constituted under section 14 of the said Act. Dated Gangtok, the 9th March, 1990.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT No.5(3)/Home/ 90/92 NOTIFICATION The Government of Sikkim is hereby pleased to further extend the date of submiss-ion of the report of the Commission of Enquiry notified vide Notification No. 6/Home/89 dated 10th November, 1989 upto 10th May, 1990. Dated Gangtok, the 18th April, 1990.

K. C. PRADHAN, ... Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.38(18)Home/7 8/96 NOTIFICATION In supersession of all previous Notifications on the subject, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to nominate the following Members on the Board of Directors of Sikkim Jewels Limited with immediate effect. 1. Shri G.P. Pradhan, Secretary, Finance and Development Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Planning. 2. Shri L.B. Chettri, Secretary, Industries Department. 3. Shri L.P. Tewari, Principal Chief Engineer-cum-Secretary, Power Department. 4. Miss C Cintury, Managing Director, Sikkim Industrial Development & Investment Corporation Ltd. Dated Gangtok, the 9th May, 1990.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.103/Home/90. NOTIFICATION In furtherance of the Notification No. 101/Home dated 30th June, 1990, the Gover-nor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint :Shri T. P. Sharma, IAS, as Chairman, Administrative Reforms Commission; and Secretary, Land Revenue; Secretary, Establishment; and Shri M. L. Malhotra, Principal, Accounts Training Centre as Members. Shri S. K- Bardewa, presently Joint Director, Planning and Development Depart-ill act as full time Secretary to the Commission. Except the Chairman, all other members of the Commission will be part-time members. The terms and reference of the Commission will be as follows :— (i) To review the entire administrative set up in the State examine its workload, opera tional effectiveness in offices of all the Government Departments and suggest mea sures for strengthening, curtailment, adjustment etc. wherever necessary. (ii)To examine the procedures and methods of work in Govt, offices in the Secretariat, Heads of Departments, District Offices and Sub-divisional Offices and suggest simpli fied procedures, definite and intelligible and avoidable delay and vexation to the public. (iii)To examine manpower requirement of various government departments and semigovernment organisations and suggest modus-operandi of selection, appropriate training both within and outside the State and their absorption in a planned manner. Dated Gangtok, the 19th July, 1990.

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4. The Commission may formulate its own procedure to undertake studies. 5. The Commission will submit its report within a period of 18 months. 6. The department and officers of the Government will provide necessary inform and such other assistance to the Commission as may be required by it. 7. The staff consisting of the following will be provided to the Government:— Commission by the i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Secretary to the Commission Deputy Secretary Stenographers L.D.C. - cum - Typist Peons Drivers _. — — — — — 1 1 2 1 2 2

i. Secretary to the Commission The expenditure on the salary of the Chairman and the staff provided for the Com-mission and other ancillary <expenditures shall be debitable to [the Demand No; 11,2052 Secretariat General Services (6) Home Department. The Chairman shall have the same financial p6wers as that of Secretary to the Government as delegated under the Sikkim Financial Rules. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Department. BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF SIKKIM.

K. C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary Government of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK, SIKKIM No:93/R DD. NOTIFICATION In continuation with Notification No: 84/RDD Dated Gangtok 10/8/90 issued vide memo no: (9)HO/TM/89-90/3886-04/RDD Dated 10/8/90 to constitute committee on "Scientific Source Finding, Water Quality, Quantity assessment, monitoring and conservation of Water-Sikkim" at Serial no. 3 "Member Secretary" may please be read before Secretary Irrigation Department, Government of Sikkim, At serial no. 6, entry "Dy. Director General, Geological Survey of India, North Eatern Region, Shillong, Meghalaya" may be read as "Dy. Director General, Geological Survey of India, Eastern Region, Calcutta." Dated 19th September, 1990.

By Order,

T.P.DORJI

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Notification No. 4/LD/RC/ 1990

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. Dated Gangtok the 28th July, 1990.

The following Act of Parliament having received the assent of the President on 18th May, 1989 and published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section I, dated 18th May, 1989, is hereby republished for general information :— THE TERRORIST AND DISRUPTIVE ACTIVITIES ( PREVENTION ) AMENDMENT ACT, 1989 ( ACT NO. 16 OF 1989 ) AN ACT BE it enacted by Parliament in the Fortieth Year of the Republic of India as follows :— Amendment of 1.This Act may be called the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities ( Prevensection 1 to Act tion ) Amendment Act, 1989. 28 of 1987 2. In the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities ( to amend the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities ( Prevention ) Act,

1987.
Short title.

1. This Act may be called the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities ( Prevention ) Amendment Act, 1989. 2. In the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities ( Prevention ) Act, 1987, in subsection (4) or section 1, for the words " two years " , the words " fouryears " shall be substituted. 1. This Act may be called the Terrorist and

Amendment of section 1 of Act 28 of 1987.

Short title. Disruptive Activities ( Preven-

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years " shall be substituted.

R. VENKATARAMAN, President V. S. RAMA DEVI, Secretary to the Government of India. B. R. PRADHAN Secretary to the Government of Sikkim, Law Department. (F. No. 11(438)/LD/1987) PRINTED AT THE SIKKIM GOVERNMENT PRESS, GANGTOK.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No.(294)LD/939/90 Dated Gangtok the 12th October, 1990

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 492 of the Code of Criminal Procedure,1898 the State Government hereby appoints Shri B. Sharma, Advocate, as Special Pub- lic Prosecutor, for conducting the cases under Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 in all tria1 courts within the State :—

He shall be paid the following :— 1. For each day of appearance in Courts irrespective of the number of cases in a day Rs. 85/2. each drafting pertaining to memorandum of appeal, counter affidavits, written state ments, cross appeals, affidavits in reply, written objection, plaint grounds of second appeal, revisional application. — Rs 75/3. for each miscellaneous drafting — Rs. 20/-

4.for each consultation with the Advocate General or Additional Advocate General subject to a maximum of three consultations in one case — Rs- 30/5.Preparation of brief, paper-books and drafting of synopsis of arguments per case
— Rs. 200/-

6.The fees of Advocates shall be paid by the Department involved in Litigation, after due verification by the Law Department.

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Gangtok Friday, November 16,1990 Gangtok Friday, November 16,1990

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.54(45)/Home/88/1 09. Dated Gangtok, the 12th September, 1990. NOTIFICATION

A representation from the Industrial Units has been submitted to the State Govern- ment in connection with the enhancement of Power Department and introduction of vehicles of the industrialists to ply under SNT challan by paying supervision charges. The State Government has decided to set up a Committee to look into the problems being faced by the Industrial Units in Sikkim and make suitable recommendation to the Government for settlement of their problems with a view to ensure a progressive growth of industries in the State. The constitution of the Committee shall be as under :- Chairman 1. Additional Chief - Member Secretary 2. Finance - Member Secretary 3. Development - Member Commissioner - Member 4. Secretary, Power - Member 5. Secretary SNT Secretary Secretary, Industries

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.38(9)Home/87 /98. NOTIFICATION The Government of Sikkim is pleased to declare 24th May, 1990 as a public holiday throughout the State of Sikkim. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd May, 1990.

K. C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary Government of Sikkim.

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No.5/LD/RC /90

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. Dated Gangtok, the 13th September, 1990. NOTIFICATION

The following Ordinance Promulgated by the President on 30th day of July, 1990 and published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section I, dated 30th July, 1990, is hereby republished for general informaTHE CONSERVATION OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND PREVENTION OF SMUGGLING ACTIVITIES ( AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1990. No. 5 OF 1990 Promulgated by the President in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India. An Ordinance further to amend 'the Conservation of Foreign Exchange and Prevention of Smuggling Activities Act, 1974. , WHEREAS Parliament is not in session and the President is satisfied that circumstances exist which render it necessary for him to take immediate section; NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (1) of article 123 of the Constitution, the President is pleased to promulgatethe following Ordinance:= 1. (1) This Ordinance may be called the Conservation of Foreign Short title Exchange and Prevention of Smuggling Activities (Amendment) Ordinance and commen cent. 1990. (2) It shall come into force at once.

2. In the Conservation of Foreign Exchange and Prevention of SmuggAmendment Of Activities Act, 1974. in section 9, in sub-section (1), for the figures, letters section 9 of words " 31st dayjuly July, 1990 ", the figures, letters and words " 31stbe of day Act 52 of the Of 1993 " shall substituted.
1974

2. In the Conservation of Foreign Exchange and Prevention of Smugg- Amendment ling Activities Act, 1974. in section 9, in sub-section (1), for the figures, letters section 9

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No.1/IRRI/1990-91
NOTIFICATION

Dated Gangtok, the 21-8.90

The Government of Sikkim has been pleased to constitute a Working Group, in the State, for implementation of the National Water Policy and matters relating to water resources development, consisting of the following :1. Chairman 2. MemberSecretary 3. Member 4. Member 5. Member 6. Member 7. Member 8. Member Hon'ble Minister, Irrigation Department, Government of Sikkim. Chief Engineer-cum-Secretary, Irrigation Department, Govt, of Sikkim. Commissioner-cum-Secretary, planning and Development Department, Govt of Sikkim. Secretary, Agriculture Deptt. Govt, of Sikkim. Principal Chief Engineer-cum-Secretary ,Power Deptt., Govt, of Sikkim. Secretary, Rural Development Deptt., Govt, of Sikkim. Principal Chief Conservator of Forest-cum-Secretary, Forest Deptt.,Govt, of Sikkim. Chief Engineer-cum-Secretary,P,H.E. Deptt., Govt, pf Sikkim. Chief Conservator of Forest, Land use and Environment Cell, Forest Deptt. Govt, of Sikkim. By order,

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK

No. 43/GEN/EST.

Dated Gangtok, the 13th September, 1990.

NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Sikkim hereby makes the following rules to amend the Sikkim State Engineering (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Services Rules, 1989 (herein after referred as "the Rules"), namely1. These rules may be called Sikkim State Engineering (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Services (3rd Amendment) Rules, 1989. 2. They shall be deemed to have come into force on and from the date the said Rules came into force. 3. In the Sikkim State Engineering (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Services Rules, 1989(a) In sub-rule 1 of Rule 17, for clause (d), the following shall be substituted, namely"(d) P.C.E.-cum-Secretary of the relevant Service and/ or department or Chief Engineer of the concerned Service as may be nominated by the Government". (b) In Schedule II, concerning Civil Engineering Service, in Item 4, for the figure "6" appearing after word "in" and before the word "years", the figure "4" shall be substituted.

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SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK No. SLAS/9091/102/5753/ Dated Gangtok, the 11th September, 1990.

The following order of the Governor of Sikkim No.SKM/GOV/167/90 dated 8th September, 1990 is notified for information: "In exercise of the powers conferred by Article 174(2)(a) of the Constitution, I, RH. Tahiliani, Governor of Sikkim, hereby prorogue the Sikkim Legislative Assembly which was summoned to meet on Thursday, 6th September,1990.

R.H. TAHILIANI GOVERNOR OF SIKKIM

By Order

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM FINANCE DEPARTMENT GANGTOK 005/FIN.AD MN. NOTIFICATION The Governor is pleased to change the name of the"ACCOUNTS TRAINING CENTRE" as ACCOUNTS AND ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING INSTITUTE" with immediate effect, Dated the 18th September, 1990.

By order G.P.Pradhan

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EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Gangtok Thursday, November 22, 1990 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. No. 6/LD/RC/ 1990 Dated Gangtok, the 17th September, 1990. NOTIFICATION No. 150

The following Ordinance Promulgated by the President on 30th day of July, 1990 and published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section I, dated 30th July, 1990, is hereby republished for general information:-

THE PREVENTION OF ILLICIT TRAFFIC IN NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES (AMENDMENT ) ORDINANCE, 1990. No. 4 OF 1990 Promulgated by the President in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India. An Ordinance further to amend the Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1988. WHEREAS Parliament is not in session and the President is satisfied that circumstances exist which render it necessary for him to take immediate
Short title and commerceNOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (1) of article 123 of the Constitution, the President is pleased to promulgate mentAmendment #/ section 10 of Act 46 of the 1988.

action;

the, following Ordinanc:= 1. (1) This Ordinance may be called the Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance (Amendment) Ordinance 1990. (2) It shall come into force at once. 2. In the Prevention Illicit TraflSc in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance Act, 1988. in section 10, in sub-section (1), for the figures,

Law Department. (fF. No. 11(445)/LD/1985)

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AUTHORITY Gangtok Saturday, November 24, 1990 No. 151

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT No.. 21(970) Dated Gangtok, the 12th November, 1990

NOTICE UNDER SECTION4 (1) UNDER THE LAND ACQUISITION ACT OF 1894. Whereas it appears to the Governor that land is likely to be needed for public purpose, not being a purpose of the Union, namely for Education Department, Govt, of Sikkim in Gangtok Town Area East District, it is hereby notified that a piece of land comprising portion of cadastral plot No 200(1950-54 Survey & Settlement) and measuring more or less 32'*22'(0.02 acres)'bounded on the, : Govt. land (Khas) East West ; -do: -doNorth th : South -donth : is likely to be needed for the aforesaid public purpose at the public expenses within the aforesaid Town: Gangtok. This Notification is made, under the provision of Section 4 (1) of Act I of 1894 to all to whom it may concern. A plan of the land may be inspected in the office of the District Collector, East. In exercise of the powers conferred by the aforesaid Section the Governor is pleased to authorise Officers for the time being engaged in the undertaking, with their servants and workmen, to enter upon and survey the land and to all others acts required or permitted by the Section. Any person interested in the above land who has any objection to the acquisition thereof, may within thirty days after the date on which public notice of the substance of this notification is given the locality, files an objection in writing before the Collector.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No..51(12)/Home-90-91/112 Dated Gangtok, the 27th October, 1990. NOTIFICATION In supersession of all previous notifications on the subject, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to nominate the following members on the Board of Scheduled Tribes Welfare Board with immediate effect;(a) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Representatives from Districts :Shri Digey Bhutia, Gyalshing, West Sikkim. Shri Phurba Sangay Sherpa Okhrey, West Sikkim.' Shri Chhotak Lepcha, Namthang, South Sikkim. Shri Kalu Namkha, Ravangla Bazar, South Sikkim. Shri Pema Namgyal Kazi, Pakyong, East Sikkim. Shri Passang Lepcha, Singtam, East Sikkim. Shri Tenjur Lepcha, Sangtok, Lower Dzongu, N. Sikkim. Shri Chholey Lachungpa, Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

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Official Representatives :Shri Sonam Palzor, Addl. Director, Animal Husbandry Shri Kunga Gyatso, , Jt. Director, Agriculture Dept. Executive Officer, S.T. Welfare Member Member Member

2. 3.

Secretary Shri Dawa Sherpa shall be the Chairman of, the Board as already notified vide Notification No.69/Home/89 dated 11th December, 1189.

P. K. PRADHAN, ADDL. C.S./Home Secretary
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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No.Elec 128/90/Vol.I/1170 Dated 23rd November, 1990. NOTIFICATION In pursuance of rule 83 of the Sikkim Panchayat Election Rules, 1982, the names of members elected to the Gram Panchayat Units from the Panchayat Wards in the Gram Panchayat Bye-election held in the State on 21 November, 1990 are published for general information. ____________________________________________________________________ _________-. 2. Central Pendam No. & Name ram Panchayat 1. 1. Sri Churamani Dhakal 2. Sri Govind Singh Pouraly 3. Sri Prem Kumar Pradhan Name of Panchayat Name of members 1. Smt. Ganga Devi Sharma elected Ward 2. Sri Mitra Lall Sharma 2. 3. 3. Sri Ruma Lall Khatiwara EAST DISTRICT Ongmu Bhutia Smt. Birendra Kumar Karki Tarn Tshering Lepcha Sajong Tej Bahadur Limboo Udai Chandra Lama 1. Central Pendam
2. Lamaten 1. Sicheygaon 1.

Remarks
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Uncontested

15.Lamaten 27.Sicheygaon

2. Upper Sicheygaon (Lingding) 3. Burtuk 4. Upper Burtuk

1. 2. 3. 1.

Sri Sri Sri Sri

Rinzing Chewang Bhutia Bikash Rai Uncontested Erung Bhutia Dal Bahadur Mukhia Abichandra Gautam Kharga Bahadur Dahal

1. Sri 1. Sri

28.Ranka-Barbing 2 3. 4. 5. 40.Gangtok private Estate (Arithang)

1. Liyung Parbing Ranka Sangtong Barbing

1. Gangtok Private Estate (Arithang)

15.Lamaten

2 Lamaten

1. 2. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1.

Sri Sri Sri Sri Sri Sri Smt. Sri Sri Sri Smt. Smt

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SOUTH DISTRICT 11. Parbing-Chuba 5. Rameng Uncontested 15. Sadam-Suntalay 1. Sadam Uncontested 17. Turuk-Ramabung 3. Panchgharey 22. Singhithang 3. Gumpa Ghurpisey Uncontested 29. Mikkhola-Kitam 3. Mikkhola 31. Tingkitam2. Rayong Rayong 1- Sri Phuchung Lepcha 1. Sri PurandaPowrel 1. Sri Jagat Bahadur Sunar 1. Sri Tul Bahadur Rai

1. Sri Sanbir Rai Unco ntested 1. Sri Chandra Bahadur Rai Uncontested WEST DISTRICT

12. Gyalshing1. Gyalshing 1. Sri Arimardhan Chettri Umchung 1. Sri Kharga Bahadur 18. Dentam 2. Mangmo Gurung 29. Mikkhola-Kitam 3. Mikkhola 1. Sri Devi Lall Chettri 23. Sangadorji3. Rinchenpong 33. Zoom 1. Hathidunga Zoom Uncontested 1 Sri Rudra Bahadur Rai

Uncontested

NORTH DISTRICT 3. RinghimNampatam 12. Ramthang Tangyek 13. TingchimMangshila 2. Pakshep 2. Tangyek 3. Lower Mangshila l Sri Jigmee Dorjee 1. Sri Danny Lepcha 1. Sri Pahal Man Limboo Uhcont ested Uncont ested

By Order,

B.K. KHAREL Joint Director of Panchayat Election.

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No.2(1)/Home/77-9o/Part K/133.

Dated Gangtok, the 29th October, 1990. NOTIFICATION

The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to further amend Notification No. 2 (l)Home 77-90/Part 11/84 dated 24th February, 1990 relating to facilities admissible to MLAs who are Chairmen and Chairmen who are not MLAs asjfollows w.e.f. 1st November, 1990, in view of the petrol shortage and price escalation caused by the Gulf crisis:— In place of Item I, substitute, POL (a) monthly quota for local use (i) 75 litres for jeeps etc. (ii) 45 litres for Maruti vehicles. (b) monthly quota for touring purpose (i) 150 litres for jeeps etc ( Maximum ) (ii) 90 litres for Maruti vehicles. ( do)

By order

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No. 155

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK

No.114/Home -90

Dated Gangtok, the 29th October, 1990.

NOTIFICATION The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to constitute a State Level Project Steering Com-mittee and a State Project Management Unit on Rinderpest to monitor the eradication of Rinderpest in the State. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to constitute a State Level Project Steering Com-mitte and a State Project Management Unit on Rinderpest to monitor the eradication of Rinderpest in the State. 1. State Level Project Steering Committee: (i) Secretary/AH&VS (ii) Director/AH/&VS (iii) Representative of Secretary Finance. (iv) Joint Director ( Research ) AH/&VS (Incharge Eradication) (v) Disease Investigation Officer/AH&VS. (vi) Joint Director (DI) /AH&VS (vii) Junior Epidemiologist/AH&VS 2. State Project Management Unit: — — — Chairman Convenor Member

— Member —. Member — Member — Member — — — Project Coordinator. Convenor Member

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT GANGTOK Notification No. 23(962)/LR(S) Dated Gangtok, the 22nd November, 1990.

DECLARATION UNDER SECTION 6(1) OF LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 (I of 1894) Whereas the Governor is satisfied that land is needed for a public purpose, not being a purpose of the Union, namely for Industries Department in the block of Sichey, Elaka Tadong, East District, is hereby declared that a piece of, land comprising cadastral plot No. 433(1950-58 settlement) measuring more or less 1.89 acres, bounded on the East : by Western Bye Pass and P.F. of Karma Doma, CS. plot No. 1085. West : by banjo land of Setey Lama, CS. plot No. 432. North : by banjo of land Setey Lama, CS. plot No. 432 and by banjo land of Bhagatey Gurung, C.S. plot No. 436, 437. South : by banjo land of of Setey Lama, C.S. plot No 432. is needed for the aforesaid purpose at the Public expense within the aforesaid block of Sichey. This declaration is madeunder the provision of section 6(1) of the Land Acquisition Act,1894 to all whom it may concern. A plan of the land may be inspected in the office of the District Collector, East District, Gangtok.

T. W. Barphungpa Secretary to the Govt.of Sikkim Land Revenue

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION

No. 8/LD/RC/90 ). 8/LD/RC/90
November, 1990

Dated Gangt©k, the 22nd

The following Ordinance promulgated by the President and published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section I, dated the 15th October, 1990, is hereby republished for general information: MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE (Legislative Department)
New Delhi, the \5th October, 1990\Asvina 23,, 1912 (saka)

THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1990
No. 7 OF 1990

Promulgated by the President in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India. An Ordinance further to amend the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934. WHEREAS Parliament is not in session and the President is satisfied that circumstances exist which render it necessary for him to take immediate action; NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (1) of article 123 of the Constitution, the President is pleased to promulgate the following Ordinance :1. (1) This Ordinance may be called the Reserve Bank of India (Amend- short ment) Ordinance, 1990. title and (2) It shall come into force at once. commencement.

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Amend '- (4), for the figures and words "0.118489 grammes of fine gold per rupee", the ment of section words "a price not exceeding the international market price for the time being obtaining" shall be substituted. 33 of Act 2 1934.

2. In the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, in section 33, in sub-section

R. Venkataraman, President-

V,S. Rama Devi, Secretary to the Government of India.

B.R. Pradhan, Secretary to the Government of Sikkim. Law Department. (F. No. 16 (252) LD./90)

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No. 158

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ELECTION DEPARTMENT GANGTOK

ORDER No. 126/H.

Dated Gangtok, the 29th November, 1990.

Election Commission of India's Order No. SKM/LA/5/90 (R) dated 26th October, 1990 is hereby republished for general information. ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA Nirvachan Sadan, Ashok Road, New Delhi-110001. 4 Kartika, 1912 (Saka) Dated: "26th October, 1990

No.SKMLA/5/90(R)
ORDE R

WHEREAS, Shri R.C. Poudyal of Village Ranipul, East Sikkim, Sikkim a contes-tingcandidate for the General Election to the Sikkim Legislative Assembly, 1989 from 5-Bar-miok assembly constituency held in November, 1989, was disqualified by the Election Com-mission of India vide its order No. 76/SKM/90, dated the 7th August, 1990 under section 10A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, for failure to lodge the account of his election expenses as required by the said Act and Rules made thereunder; AND WHEREAS, the said Shri R.C. Poudyal submitted a. representation giving reasons for his failure to lodge the account of election expenses as required by law alongwith his account of election expenses and requested for the removal of disqualification imposed upon

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NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 11 of the said Act, the Election Commission of India hereby removes the disqualification imposed on Shri R.C. Poudyal with eflect from the 26th October, 1990.

By Order,

C.L. ROSE Secretary Election Commission of India

R. WANGYAL Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Election Department, Gangto"

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Notification No.22/LR(S) In supersession to Notification No. 5/LR(S) dated 27th June, 1984 it is hereby notified for the infoaraation of the general public and all concerned that henceforth in every case of compulsory acquisition of land for public purposes the award of compensation shall be strictly in accordance with the provision of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 ( Iof 1894 ). In view of all round increase in ihe value of different categories of land and restric- tions imposed on certain nature of transactions, the State Govt, is pleased to revise' and fix the minimum value of land as under:-- Kin d of iand Circle'A' Circle'B' Circle 'C' Paddy field I28,000/26,000/24,000/- per acre II25,600/24,000/22,000/- " III22,000/21,000/20,000/- " Dry field I19,800/18,000/16,000/- " II18,000/16,000/15,000/- " III16,000/15,000/14,000/- " Banjo No class 14,000/13,000/12,000/- " Cardamom(No circle) ClassI II III IV 30,000/28,000/25,000/21,000/- " In order to fix annual rent of the agricultural lands requistioned /hired by various Central/State Government agencies the ratesn of selective cropa are hereby revised and Fixed as under:1. Paddy Rs. 200/-per Muri 2. Maize Rs. 100/-per maund 3.Millet/Wheat Rs. 135/-" " 4.Potato Rs.100/-" " 5.Cardamom Rs.2000/-" "

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. No. 6/LD/ 1990 Dated Gangtok, the 11th October, 1990. NOTIFICATION

The following Act of Sikkim Legislative Assembly having received the assent of the Governor on 20th day of September, 1990, is hereby published for general information :— THE SIKKIM MOTOR VEHICLES TAXATION (AMENDMENT) ACT, 1990 (Act No. 6 of 1990) AN ACT further to amend the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxation Act, 1982. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of Sikkim in the Forty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:Short title 1. This Act may be called the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxa tion (Amendment) Act, 1990. 2. In section 2 of the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Taxation Act, 1982 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Act), in clause (g), for the words and figure "the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 1957", the words and figure " the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988" shall be substituted. 59of 1988. 3- In section 4 of the principal Act, in the second proviso to Amendment sub-section (2), for the words and figures "section 25 of the Motor of ion 4. Vehicles Act. 1939", the words and figures "section 43 of the Motor 59 of 1988. Vehicles Act, 1988", shall be substituted. 4. In section 5 of the principal Act, for the words and figure Amendment the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 1957", the words and figure "the 59 of 1988. of ion 5. Motor Vehicles Act, 1988'" shall be substituted.

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Amendmen t of on14.

In section 14 of the principal Act, for the words figure "the Sikkim Motor Vehicles Act, 1957", the words and

and figure
59 of 1988.

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"the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988", shall be substituted. 6. In the principal Act, after section 15, the following new section shall be inserted, namely:-

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insertion of "15A. Compounding of Offences.- The Taxation Officer may, either new section 15A before or after the institution of proceeding for any offence punishable under clause (a) of section 13, accept from any person charged with such offence by way of composition thereof such sum of money for such period of time the tax or additional tax has remained unpaid, as the State Government may, by noti-fication, specify. (2) On payment by such person of such sum together with the Amount of tax or additional tax, if any, due, such person, if in custody,shall be set at liberty and if any proceeding in any criminal court have been instituted against such person in respect of the offence, the composition shall be deemed to amount to an acquittal and no further criminal proceedings shall be taken against such person in respect of such offence." Amendment of 7. In the Schedule to the principal Act, in paragraph C, for the ord the Schedule " private ", the word " goods " shall be substituted.

By Order of the Governor,

B. R. PRADHAN, Secretary to the Government of Sikkim, Law Department. ( F. No. 16(156)LD/1982 ) PRINTED AT THE SIKKIM GOVERNMENT PRESS, GANGTOK

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No. 161

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT GANGTOK

No:38(9)Home/87/116 .

Dated Gangtok, the 7th December, 1990.

NOTIFICATION

The Government of Sikkim is pleased to declare 24th December, 1990 as a public holiday throughout the State of Sikkim.

By Order,

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Gangtok Thursday, December 11,1990 Gangtok Thursday, December 11,1990

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM FOOD & CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. No: 14(ll)FCS/90/45 Dated: 27th November 1990. NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (Central Act 10 of 1955), read with notification No. S.O. 30 (E) dated 9th January 1976 of the Government of India in the Ministry of Industry and Civil Supplies, Department of Civil Supplies and Co-operation and No. 475 (E) dated 24th July, 1976 of the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (Department of Food) the State Government hereby makes the following order to amend the Sikkim Commodities (Price Display and control of supply and Distribution) Order, 1977, namely:— This order may be called the Essential commodities (Price Display and: control of 1 Supply and Distribution) Amendment order, 1990. In the Schedule to the Sikkin Essential Commodities (Price Display and Control of 2. Supply and Distribution) Order, 1977, items 7 and 13 and the entries relating thereto shall be omitted.

Commissioner-cum-Secretary to the

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM FINANCE DEPARTMENT GANGTOK

No.347/IT&ST/Fin.
NOTICE

Dated the 29th November, 1990.

It is hereby informed for the General information of the public that the khazana on Orange, Ginger and Potato will be collected as per the rate fixed, vide Notice No. 346/IT&ST/-Fin.dated 29/11/90 and accordingly M/s Sita Sales Emporium has been authorised by the Government to collect khazana on Ginger and M/s Bhariwasia Trader of Jorethang for Orange and Potatoes for a period of one year w.e.f 1/12/1990 to 30/11/1991.

By Order,

G.P. Pradhan Secretary-Finance Government of Sikkim.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT No. 38 (9) Home/87/117 Dated the 11th December, 1990 NOTIFICATION SANCTIONED LIST OF HOLIDAYS FOR 1991 The Government of Sikkim is pleased to declare that the following days shall be the public holidays for the year 1991 A. D. In addition, all Sundays and Second Saturdays of each month, shall also be public holidays. Name of Holidays Davs of Week No. of davs. 1. Date

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New Year's Day January 1 Tuesday 2. Maghe Sankranti January 14 & 15 Monday & Tuesda 3. Republic Day January 26 4. Tibetan New Year's Day February 15 5. Holi Ma 6. Ramnawami (Chaite Dasai) March 24 7. Good Friday March 8. Id-uI-Fiter April 17 Wednesday 9. State Day May 10. Saga Dawa May 28 Tuesday 11. Bhanu Jayanti July 13 Saturday 1

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Dated Gangtok, the 14th November, 1990.

NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of "Sikkim hereby makes the following rules to amend the Sikkim Sub-linate (Ministerial and Executive) Service Rules, 1984, namely :(1) These rules may be called the Sikkim Sub-ordinate (Ministerial and Executive) Service(Amendment) Rules, 1990. (2)They shall come into force with effect from the date of their publication in the Offi-cial Gazette. 2. In the Sikkim Sub-ordinate (Ministerial and Executive) Service Rules, 1984 (hereinafter referred to as the said rules), in rule 7, for sub-rule (2), sub-rule (3) and sub-rule (4),; the following sub-rules shall be substituted, namely :"(2) Appointment to any duty post by promotion or by direct recruitment, as the case may be, shall made by the controlling authority. (3) For the purpose of promotion, all eligible persons shall be considered irrespec tive of the departments in which they are working. (4) The postings of the persons to duty posts in different departments and offiees shall be made by the controlling authority depending upon the availability of vacancies of such duty posts" 3. In the said rules, in Schedule II,— (i) for item 1 under Grade , the following shall be substituted, namely;"Head Assistant (a) 50% by promotion through Persons in Grade III of

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1 A. Peshkar in the District Magistrates' Court.

100% by direct recruitment through open competitive examination.

(ii) for items 1, 2 and 3 under Grade HI, the following 1. "Upper Division Clerk, (a) 50% by promotion through Registration Clerk/ a limited departmental Confidential Assistant in the competitive examination. District Collec-torate. (b) 50% by direct recruitment 2. Inspector of Culture through open competitive Department and examination. Panchayat Supervisor of Rural Development Department.

must be able to converse in one of the languages-Nepali, Sikkimese, Bhu-tia, (c) Lepcha or Limboo. must have the knowledge of culture and. traditions of Sikkim. (0 Age limit18-30 years. (ii) Qualification. (a) Degree from a recognised university or equiva-lent. Preference shall be giyen to can-didates posses-ing LLB Degree. (b) must be able to converse in one of the languagesNepali, Sikkime-se Bhutia,Lepch a or Limboo. (c) must have the knowledge of the culture and traditions of Sikkim." shall be substituted, namely:Persons in Grade IV of the Service with 4 years regular service in that Grade. (b)

recognised Board. (ii) Must be able to converse in one of the lan-guagesNepali, Sikkimese Bhutia, Lepcha or Limboo.

3 (iii) Must have the knowledge of the culture and traditions of Sikkim." (iii) in item (i) under Grade IV, after the words "Lower Division Clerk", the word "Typist" shall be inserted. In the said rules, for Schedule III, the following Schedule shall be substituted, namely:"SCHEDULE III (See sub-rule (5) of rule 7 ) PROMOTION COMMITTEE 1. Joint Secretary in the Establishment Department 2. Joint Secretary in the Finance Department nominated by the Secretary, Finance Department 3. An officer not below the rank of Joint Secretary or equivalent rank nominated by the Chief Secretary. The Committee can also co-opt an officer, if necessary."

D. K. GAJMER Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of Sikkim, Establishment Department.

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Gangtok Thursday, Bcamber 27, 1990 . Gangtok Thursday, December 27, 1990 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT. DEPARTMENT GANGTOK.. SIKKIM No:35(180)90-91/95/RDDP. NOTIFICATION

No. 166 No. 166

Dated 27th December, 1990.

WHEREAS, the State Go\emmenl has decided to constitute the West District Zilla panchayat of AND Whereas, it has Ken decided that the name of the said Zilla Panchayat shall be the West District Zilla Panchayat. Now, therefore, in pursuance of scUion 42 of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 (3 of 1982), the State Government hereby constitutes the West District Zilla Panchayat consisting of the following members :A.Sabhapatis of following Gram Panchayat of West District as ex-officio members:1. Karchi-Mangnam 22. Chingthang 2. Kongri-Labdang 23. Sangadorji-Rinchenpong 3.Tashiding 24. Samdong 4.Arithang-Chongrang 25. Deythang

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B. Members of the following Legislative Assembly constituencies of West District exofficio members:— 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Tashiding Yoksom Gyalshing Dentam Barnyak Rinchenpoag 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Chakung Jorethang Naya Bazar Soreng Daramdin Sangha

( L. B. CHHETRI) SECRETARY RURAL DEVELOPMENT

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT GANGTOK

No. 60 /GEN/EST.

Dated Gangtok, the 28th December, 1990. NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to clause 3 of article 320 of institution of India' the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to make the following regulations to amend the Sikkim Public Service Commission (Exemption from Consultation) Regulations, 1986, namely:— (1) These regulations may be called the Sikkim Public Service Commission (Exemption from Consultation) (Amendment) Regulations, 1990(2) They shall come into force.from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. In the Schedule to the Sikkim Public Service Commission (Exemption from Consultation) Regulations, 1986, for Serial No. 8 and the entries relating thereto, the following serial Noand entries shall be substituted, namely:-— "8. Appointment and promotion upto and including the posts in the lowest gazetted grade."

D. K. GAJMER, Secretary to the Govt of Sikkim Establishment Department.

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CONTENTS PART 1—Ordinances, Messages, etc.- Nil PART II—Appointments, Postings, Transfers, leave etc. PART Ill—Rules Orders, Press Note etc. PART IV—Textile Commissioner-fixation of prices of cloths—Nil PART V—F.C.S^Rationing of Essential Commodities~Nil PART VI—Nil PART VII—Advertisement and Notices etc.—Nil, PART VIII—Nil PART IX—(i) Epedimic Diseases—Nil PART X-(ii) Rainfall-Nil 11-14

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2 SIKKIM GOVT. GAZETTE JANUARY, 1990. PART II _________________________________________________________________________ _________ PART II Notifications regarding appointments, postings, transfers, leave etc. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM OFFICE ORDER No. 1/HCS/ESTT. ' Dated Gangtok, the 6th January, 1990. 10 (Ten) days leave applied for by Shri A.P. Subba, Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate, East District, w.e.f. 3.1.90 to 12.1.90 is hereby sanctioned as Earned Leave on full pay. During the above period Shri P.W. Pulzer, Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (East & North) shall remain incharge of the Court and office of Shri A.P. Subba, Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (East). By Order. O.N. SHARMA, Registrar. NOTIFICATION No. 2/HCS/ Dated Gangtok, the,t8th January, 1990. 15 (Fifteen) days Special Casual leave from 12.2.1990 to 26 2.1990 applied for by Shri Tashi Wangdi, Civil Judgecum-Judicial Magistrate, South District, Namchi is hereby allowed. During the above period, Shri Sonam Wangdi Lepcha, Civil Judgecum-Judicial Magistrate, Gyalshing shall remain incharge of both the office and Court of Civil Judge - cum - Judicial Magistrate (South). By Order. O.N. SHARMA, Registrar. NOTIFICATION No. 3/HCS/. Dated Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate, East at Gangtok, till the joining

of Shri A.P. Subba, Civil Judge-cumJudicial Magistrate, East. By Order. O.N. SHARMA, Registrar. HOME DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 2(l)Home/77-90/Part.II/78 Dated Gangtok, the 27th January, 19 The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to further amend Notification No. 2(3) Home/77/1957 dated 19th September, 1985, relating to facilities admissible to ML As who are Chairman and Chairman who are not MLAs, with immediate effect, as follows: In place of Item No. III substitute, 'III. Reimbursement of donations towards noble and benevolent causes to the extent of Rs. 10,000/- per annum only. ' K. C. PRADHAN, Home Secretary, Govt, of Sikkim. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No, 862/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 11th January, 1990. The post of Additional Secretary, Rural Development pepartment, is redesignated as joint Secretary, Rural. Development Department with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 867/Gen/EST. Dated Gangtok, the 17th January, 1990. The Governor is pleased to transfer the post of Road Roller Driver under Local Self Government & Housing Department

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to the Roads and Bridges Department with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No.875/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd January,

NOTIFICATION No.877/Gen/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd January, 1990., The Governor is pleased to sanction creation of two posts of Superitending Engineers (Electrical) in the scale of Rs. 3450-4700 in the Power Department. By Order. . D.K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 883/Gen/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 27th January,' 1989 The Governor is pleased to' sanction creation of one post of Chief:Engineer ( Mechanical) in the Department of Sikkim Nationalised Transport,-. with immediate effect. The expenditure on the above .post will be debitable to the Budget Head "3055-201-(a)l-Salaries"
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1990.

Consequent on acceptance of his nomination for 12 weeks training on District Development Planning in the University of Nottingham, U.K., Shri D.R. NepaJ, D.DO. (East) is deemed to have been leased w.e.f 23.12.1989. His absence during the period of training and period spent for to and fro jorney shall be treated as duty for all Purposes By Order; D. K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 876/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd January, 1990. The Governor is pleased to sanction creation of the following posts in the Department named below for incorporation in the Sikkim State Engineering (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Service Rules with effect from 21.12.1989:Name & No. of the post created Sl No. Name of the Department D.E.(Civil) A.E. (Civil) 1, Building & Housing Department 2 4 2. Roadi & Bridges Depart2 5 ment 3. Rural Development Department 1 3 4. Irrigation Department. 2 4 5. L.S,G. & Housing Department 1 * 6. Forest Department (Land Use 2 & Env. Cell) 7. Education Department 1 3 A.E. (Mechanical) 8. Sikkim Nationalised Transport 2 9. Roads &-Bridges Department • 1 10. Health & Family Welfare Department 1

D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary,Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 885/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 29th January, 1990. The post of Joint Commissioner, Excise Department, is upgraded as Additional Commissioner, Excise Department, in the scale of Rs. 3700-125-4700-150-5000 with immediate effect. By OrderD.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department, NOTIFICATION No, 887/(Gea)/Est, Dated Gangtok, the 31st January, 1990 The Governor is pleased to sanction creation of one post of Stenographer Grade III in the scale of Rs. 1200-30-1530EB-35-1950 in the Moter Vehicles Department with immediate effect.

By Order. D. K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, ! Establishment Department.

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The expenditure on the above post will be debitable to the Budget head "2052" General Services, '090' Secretariat, (12) Motor Vehicles Deptt. 2 Salaries (Non Plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 888/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 31st January, 1990. The following Constables of Vigilance Department are hereby transferred to the Police Department with immediate effect: 1. Mr. Ram Kumar Pradhan, 2. Mr, Krishnalat Giri. 3. Mr. Kharga Singh Gurung. 4. Mr.'Norbu Tshering Lama. 5. Mr. Karma Tshering Tamang, 6. Mr. Mohan Bijay Subba. 7. Mr. Santabir Tamang. 8. Mr. Hari Prd. Pradhan. 9Mr. Deepak Rai. 10. Mr. Til Bahadur Sunar. 11. Mr. Wangyal Lepcha. 12. Mr. Dhanman Rai. 13. L/Constable Asha Devi Khati. 14. L/Constable Savitri Subba. 15. Mr. Arun Kumar Giri. On transfer they will carry their own Pay and Scales By Order. T. DHONDUP, Officer on Special Duty, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. /Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 6th January, 1990. The post of Additional Development Commissioner-cum-Additional Secretary, Planning St Development Department is redesignated as Joint Development Commissioner-cum-Joint Secretary, Planning & Development Department. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER 1 No. 1035/(Gen)/Est. I Dated Gangtok, the 3rd January, 1990 Mrs, Ambika Pradhan, Liaison Officer Sikkim- Tourism Office, New Delhi, is hereby transferred and posted as Under Secretary, Establishment Department with immediate effect Consequently, Miss Deepa Rani Thapa is appointed as Liaison Officer against the post vacated due to transfer of Mrs. Ambika Pradhan purely on ad-hoc basis for a period of 3 months w.e.f. her date of joining after the issue of office order or till the post is filled up by a regular incumbent whichever is earlier. By Order. K. P. ADHIKARI Joint Secretary, Establishment Department OFFICE ORDER No. 1641/(Gen)/Est, Dated Gangtok, the 3rd January, 1990 The term of'deputation in respect of ShriS-K. Gautam, Secretary, SIMFED is hereby extended uptp 30.4.90 on the existing terms and conditions as amended from time to time. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1057/Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 6th January, 1990 The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to transfer Smt. Jaishree Pradhan, IAS Joint Secretary, Education Department and posted as Joint Development Commissioner-cum- Joint Secretary, Planning & Development Department with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAZMER Secretary, Establishment Department

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OFFICE ORDER No. 1072/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 9th January, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim public Service Commission, Mr. Manil Chandra Prakash, is hereby appointed in the Junior Grade of the Sikkim Finance and Accounts Service in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EB-75-32O0 and posted as Accounts Officer in the Pay and Acdo-unts Officer Gangtok, with effect from the date of his taking charge of the post. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/p.m. in the above scale with such allowances as are admissible under the rules. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of two years. His seniority in the service will be determined in accordance with rule 24(5) of the Sikkim Finance and Accounts Service Rules. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER ' No. 1076/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 11th January, i990. The contract Service of Mr. A.CSaha, Director (Special Duty), Finance Depart ment, is hereby further extended for a period of two months w.e.f. 1.1.90 to 28.2.90. By Order. T. L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1078/Gen/Est. Bated Gangtok the 11th January, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order the following transfers and postings with immediate effect :1. Shri Sangay Basi, IAS, Joint Secretary, Finance Department, is transferred and posted as District Collector, North District, Mangan.

2. Shri T.P. Dorjee, District Collector, North District, Mangan is transferred and posted 'as Joint Secretary, Rural Development Department. By Order. D. K. GAZMER Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1083/Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 12th January, 1990. The following transfers and posting of Police Officers of the Police Department are hereby made with immediate effect :Si. Name & designation
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transferred & posted as.

1. Shri B.B. Basnet, Dy. S.P. (Traffic he will look Dy.S.P. (Special Branch) after the work of traffic of East District under the SP (East). In addition, he will coordinate the traffic work . of the other districts also under the supervision of SP (Radio). 2. Shri Dawa Bhutia, Inspector, Traffic, Inspector, South & West Districts with Traffic Branch (East) headquarter at Jorethang under the supervision of S P (West) and SP (South),

By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1097/(Gen)Est. Dated Gangtok, the 18th January, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order the following transfers and postings with immediate effect :1 Shri S.C. Gupta, IAS, D.D.O. (Nort h) is transferred and posted as D.D.O. (East) vice Shri D.R. Nepal, who has proceeded on 12 week training in U.K.; 2. Shri Gyan Prakash Upadhyaya, IAS, SD.M. Chungthang, is transferred and posted as D.D.O. (North) Mangan vice Shri S.C. Gupta, IAS, 3. Shri T. N. Dhakal, D.D.O. (South) Namchi, is transferred and posted as Under Secretary, Law Department against the vacant post of Deputy Secretary;

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4. Shri K. Jayakumar, IAS, S.D.M. Ravangla, is transferred and posted as D.D.O. (South) Namchi; 5. Shri S. D. Lepcha, Welfare Officer, SC/ST Welfare Department, is transferred and posted as SD.M. Chungthang; 6. Shri B. P. Dahal, Editor, Information and Public Relation Department is transferred and posted as S.D.M. Revangla. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1113(Gen)Est. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd January, 1990. Shri S.K.Gautam, Secretary, SIMFED a member of Sikkim State Civil Service is hereby repatriated and appointed as Deputy Registrar, Cooperation Department with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1114/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd January, 1990. The Services of Shri Anil Kumar Mainra, IFS, Divisional Forests Officer (Silviculture), Forest Department, are hereby plased at the disposal of SIMFED as Secretary on deputation for an initial period of two years with immediate efiect. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1120/Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd January, 1990. Mr. W.T-. Lucksom, IFS, Conservator of Forests (Wild Life) (retired), Forest Department, is deemed to have been granted the scale of Rs. 4500-150-5700 w.e.f. 20.10.87. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 1132/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 24th January, 1991 Consequent upon the creation of ONE post of Divisional Engineer and three| posts of Assistant Engineer in the Education Department vide Notification No. 876/Gen/East dated 23.1.90, the following transfers and postings are made with immediate effect:(1) Shri M.K. Thomas, Divisional Engineer Buildings & Housing Department is transferred and posted as Divisional Engineer, Education Department, with headquater at Gangtok; (2) Shri D.P. Deokota, Assistant Engineer, Roads & Bridges Department, is transferred and posted as Assistant Engineer (North), Education Department; (3) Shri DuboTshering Namchyo, Assistant Engineer, Roads & Bridges Department, is transferred and posted as Assistant Engineer (West), Education Department; (4) Shri L. Venugopal, Assistant Engineer, Buildings & Housing Department, is transferred and posted as Assistant Engineer (South), Education Department. BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR OF SIKKIM. D. K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department

OFFICE ORDER No. 1156/Gen/EST..
Dated Gangtok, the 29th January, 1990 The Governor is pleased to transfer Shri Manorath Sharma, Director, Industries Department, and appoint him as Additional Commissioner, Excise Department, with immediate effect. Shri M. G. Kiran, Joint Director, Industries Department, should look after the works of the Director, Industrial Department, in addition to his own work until further orders. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department

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OFFICE ORDER No. 1162/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 29th January, 1990. Shri D.K. Gurung, Managing Director, SLDC, is hereby repatriated and posted as Chief Engineer (Mechanical), in the scale of Rs. 4000-125-4500-150-5400 in the Sikkim Nationalised Transport Department, on officiating basis with immediate effect. Shri A.K. Pradhan, General Manager, shall look after operations side of SNT and Shri D.K. Gurung, Chief Engineer (Mechanical), shall look after the technical side of the SNTie. the workshops and Stores. Both officers shall report directly to the Secretary, SNT. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary,. Establishment Department. • OFFICE ORDER No. 1176/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 31st January, 1990. In continuation of the Office Order No. 1132/(G)/Est. . dated 24.1.90, the following transfers and postings of Engineer are hereby made ,with immediate effect:
SI. Name & present posting No. 1.. Shri Ganzay Tshering, A.E. (Roads & Bridges, Namchii Transferred & posted as Assist'ant Engineer (Roads & Bridges), Jorethang vice Shri D.T. Namchyo:

Shri T,B. Rajalim, A.E. (Roads & Bridges) Gyalshing. Thakapa, A.E. Planning (Roads & Bridges) Gangtok.

Assistant Engineer (Rods & Bridges), Namchi vice SI. No. 1 3. Shri Wangdi Pintso Assistant Enginee vice Shri D.P. Deokota, Assistant Engineer (Roads & Bridges), Gyalshing vice Sl, No. 2.

4. Shri Zangpo Tshering Bhutia, A.E. (Water Supply), Ravongla.

Shri Kama Pintso Bhutia, Assistant Engineer (Water A.E. Store (Roads & Supply) Ravongla vice Bridges), Gangtok: SI. No. 4.

By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1177/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 31st January, 1990. Dr. Bishwanath Kumar is hereby confirmed as Principal, Sikkim Government Law College, and placed in the UGC scale of Rs. 3700-125-4950-150-5700 w.e.f. 6- 4. 89. His seniority in the grade of Principal shall be reckoned from 6. 4. 89. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Depar tment.

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Rules, Orders, Press Notes etc. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM OFFICE ORDER No. 9/HCS/ACTT/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 29th January, 1990. During the absence of the Registrar on Special Casaul Leave with effect from 29.1.1990 to 24.2.1990, Shri Dcbsish Chandra Roy, Secretary to the Hon'ble Chief Justice will remain incharge of the Office of the Registrar and dispose of urgent matter. He will also exercise the Financial Powers delegated to the Registrar during the above mentioned period By Order. O.N. SHARMA, Deputy Registrar. FINANCE DEPARTMENT No. 50/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 4th January, 1990. Shri M.B. Ruchal, Chief Accounts Officer, Pension Section of this Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for Pension Section with immediate effect. He is also authorised to sign cheques pertaining to Pension Section. Consequently the above financial power delegated to Shri B.C.P Pradhan, Director, Accounts shall stand withdrawn. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 53/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 8th January, 1990. Shri S.K. Pradhan, Senior Accounts Officer, Agriculture Department is here-. by declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Shri M.B. Ruchal since transferred to Finance Department. By Order. No. 54/Fin/Admn-Dated Gangtok, the 9th January, 1990. Shri M.C. Pradhan, Accounts Offi cer, Education Department, Mangan is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for North District with immediate effect vice Shri M.R. Sharma , Accounts Officer since posted as Accounts Officer, (Head Office), Gangtok. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 55/Fin/Adm. Dated Gangtok, the 9th January, 1990. Shri P.M. Dahal, Accounts Officer, Tourism Department is' hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer, with immediate effect vice Shri Lobzang Lepcha since transferred to Rural Development Department. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary. Finance DepartmentNo. 56/Fin. Dated Gangtok, the 9th January, 1990. Shri D.K. Kharga, Accounts Officer, Food and Civil Supplies Depart-ment is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer, with immediate effect vice Shri S.K. Pradhan since transferred to Agriculture Department. By Order. MRS. BMPRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department No. 57/Fin/Admn. Dated

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Department is hereby declared as Draw-ing as Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Shri Jaidev Sharma since transferred on promotion to Sikkim Nationalised Transport. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No.58/Fin. Dated Gangtok, the 12th January, 1990. Shri Gopal Basnet, Deputy Chief Pay & Accounts Officer, Pay & Accounts Office, Gangtok is hereby declared as Drawing & Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Shri S.A.T. Simick since promoted as Chief Pay & Accounts Officer. Shri Basnet is also allowed to sign Cheques pertaining to East District during the absence (cheque). By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 59/Fin/Adm. Dated Gangtok, the 18th January, 1990. Mrs. Jyotana Subba, Assistant Director, Bureau of Economice and Statistics Department is hereby declared as Drawling and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect. Consequently Shri N.S. Alley, Statiscal Officer ceases to act as Drawing and Disbursing Officer. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN. Deputy Secretary Finance Department. No. 60/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 18th January, 1990. During the absence of Shri D.T. Targain, Accounts Officer Animal Hus-

bandary Department on leave wiht effect from 5/1/1990 Shri K.N. Sharma, Deputy Secretary, Animal Husbandary Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect till Shri Targain's return from leave. By Order MRS B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 61/Fin/Admri. Dated Gangtok, the 19th January, 1990. Shri T.T. Rufes, Deputy Commissioner, Income and Sales Tax Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect until further orders. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 62/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd January, 1990. Shri H.P. Sharma, Accounts Officer, Education Department is hereby declared as Drawing and'; Disbursing Officer for Head Office with immediate effect. Further Mrs. Sanu Subba, Senior Accounts Officer, Education Department is allowed to act as Drawing and Disbursing Officer as and when Shri H.P. Sharma is'on leave. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 63/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd January, 1990. Shri M .C Pradhan Accounts Officer, (Cheques) Pay and Accounts Office is hereby allowed to sign cheques per-

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taining to East District with immediate effect. By Order. J.B. Rai, Under Secretary, Finance Department No 64/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 29th January, 1990. Shri A. Mohanany, Superintendent of Police, Gyalzing is hereby declared as D rawing and Disbursing Officer for West District with immediate effect vice Shri A. Dutta since transferred as Commandant Sikkim Armed Police, Phangthang. By Order MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department.

No. 65/Fin. Dated Gangtok, the 30th January, 1990 During the absence of Special Comrnissioner-'cum-Secretaiy Planning, presently stationed at New Delhi, Smt. Jayshree Pradhan, Joint Development Commissioner-cum-Joint Secretary, Planing & Development Department is hereby allowed to exercise financial powers of Head of Department with immediate effect By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department.

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PART VII Advertisement and Notices etc. Advertisement and Notices etc. GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM HOME DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION

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Dated Gangtok, the 4th January, 1990.

On the expiry of the period of validity for carrying out of the field firing and artillery practices as contained in Notfication No. 15(4)H6me/81/723 dated 13th November, 1984, the Government of Sikkim hereby grants permission to the Army for the carrying out of field firing and artillery practice throughout the areas of East District as described in the schedule below during the period commencing on the 1st January, 1990 and ending on 31st December, 1995 (both days inclusive). THE SCHEDULE ' On the Northern side boundary runs along :170 675 207 677 665 250 195 674 229 678 617 250 195 666 229 666 672 276 206 666. (b) On the Eastern side boundary runs along :276 672 285 640 270 650 285 624 274 650 290 624 274 640 290 595. (c) On the Southern side boundary runs along :290 595 240 563 211,581 262 595 240 563 199 601 260 562 212 569 190 629 (d) On the Western side boundry runs along :150 629 170 650 150 170 675. Explanation. The areas as per grid reference above coinoides roughly (Clock vice) by :Tsongo area, South of Thekuk (Thegu) South of Sherathang, Menmeitsoo West of Kupup of Neela, Chhakyatse adjacent to Nathahg Jor Pokhri through Chuzechen E.F.

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NOTIFICATION No. 75/Home/90 Dated pangtok, the 4th January, 199

On the expiry of the period .of validity for as contained in Notification No. 15(4>Home/81/724 dated 13th November, 1984, the Government of Sikkim hereby grants permission to the Army for the carrying out of field firing and artillery practiof throughout the areas of East District as described in the Schedule below during the period commencing on the 1st January, 1990 and ending on 31st December, 1995. (both days inclusive). THE SCHEDULE

Range 'C'
Area bounded by the Grid Reference on under, on the map sheets No. 784/11 and 784/15 Sikkim and Bhutan Meter Gride Scale 1, 50,000 :(a) On the Northern side boundary runs along :Point 4245 Point 4603 Point 3860 Point 3590 (b) Grid reference Grid reference Grid reference Grid reference 214 204 188 157 726 755 748 733.

On the Eastern side boundary runs along :Point 4245 Grid reference 214 726 Point 4359 Grid reference 234 712 Point 4009 Grid reference 230 674.

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On the Southern side boundary runs along :Point 4009 Point 3841 Point 4054 Point 4002 Grid reference Grid reference Grid reference Grid reference Grid reference 230 139 203 194 186 674 688 675 675 691.

(d) On the Western side boundary runs along :Point 3841 Grid reference 159 688 Point 3590 Grid reference 157 733 Talang Grid reference 170 719 Explanation The areas as per grid reference above coincides roughly are bounded (Clock wise) by :Nakutso area, Pemathangtso area, Tamse, Tsongmo area Gyuthan and Zethang. Sd/Home Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

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NOTIFICATION No. 76/Home/90 Dated Gangtok, the 4th January, 1990.

On the expiry of the period of validity for as contained in Notification No 15(4)Home/81/722 dated 13th November, 1984, the Government of Sikkim hereby grants permission to the Army for the carrying out of field firing and artillery practice in areas in North Sikkim as described in the Schedule below during the period from 13th August to 15 February, every year w.e.f. 1st January, 1990 upto 31st December, 1995 (both days inclusive). THE SCHEDULE Range 'D' Areas bounded by the Grid Reference as under on the Map Sheets No. 73 A/11 and 78 A/15 Bhutan, China, Sikkim Meter Grid Scale 1, 50,000 :(a) On the Northern side boundary runs along : 081 762 132 148 798 174 783 786. (b) On the Eastern side boundary runs along : 205 756 188 748 158 733 169 719 159 688. (c) On the Southern side boundary runs along : 216 672 097 660 096 659 089 653 076 654. (d) On the Western side boundary runs along : 077 083 092 073 072 071 Explanation. The area as per grid reference above coincides roughly (Clock wise) by :Pt. 2643. Pt- 4349 Pt. 4042, Pt. 4603, Pt. 3860, Pt. 3590, Talang, Pt. 3841, North Panchnil, South East of Pt. 2467, Bojoghari, North East of Phyangla, Wooden bridge HSE, Tingda, Lingchom, South of Kabi, Pt. 2160, Pt. 1963, Pt. 2463. 658 675 680 698 707 751 077 083 095 064 077 081 660 069 680 084 694 090 699 064 708 085 762. 667 682 695 703 722 070 088 083 070 078 670 678 693 706 735

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT & HOUSING DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 8(20)477/LSGHD/!989. Dated Gangtok, the 29th January, 1990.

In partial modification of our Notification No. 56(40)LSGHD/1986/Pt. III dated 13th February, 1989, the State Government hereby declares that the Ground rent shall be directly realised by the Department @ Rs. 15/- per 100 Sq. ft. from 1st April, 1990 instead of 1st April, 1988 in respect of Mangan Bazar.

R.S. BASNET, Secretary, Local Self Government & Housing Department, Government of Sikkim.

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CONTENTS PART I—Ordinances, Messages, etc.- Nil PART II—Appointments, Postings, Transfers, leave etc. PART III—Rules Orders; Press Note etc. PART IV—Textile Commissioner-fixation of prices of cloths—Nil PART V—F.C.S—Rationing of Essential Commodities— Nil PART VI—Nil PART VII—Advertisement and Notices etc.—Nil PART VIII—Nil PART IX—(i) Epedimic Diseases—Nil PART X-(ii) Rainfall-Nil

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18 SIKKIM GOVT. GAZETTE FEBRUARY, 1990. PART II ______________________________________________________________________ ____ PART II Notificatioias regarding appointments, postings, transfers, leave etc. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION - No. 892/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd February, 1990. The Governor is pleased to create one post of Sr. Specialist (Forensic medicine) in the scale of Rs. 2525-75-3200/ 100-4000 by upgrading one of the posts of Medical Officer with effect from 7.1.1987 in the Health and Family Welfare Department. The expenditure shall be debitable to the budget head 2210-01-110(1)-IINP. By Order. D.K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 897/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 7th February, 1990. . The Governor is pleased to sanction the creation of the following posts in Home Department for the office of the Hon'ble Ministers :No of Scale No. posts Rs. 1820-3200 1. Private Secretary Rs. 1500 (Graduate) Rs. 1000 2. Confidential Assistant (School final equivalent Rs. 975-1550 3. Typist 2 Rs, 975-1550 4. L.D;C. 2 2 Rs. 800-1060 5. Peon 2 Rs. 910-1290 6. Driver

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OFFICE ORDER No 1093./(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd February, 1990.

Secretary, Tourism Department; 2) Shri Tashi Densapa, Secretary, Tourism Department, is transferred and appointed as Secretary, Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribe Welfare Department & Culture Department. 3) Shri N.D. Chingapa, IAS, Secretary, SC/ST Welfare Department is transferred and posted as Resident Commissioner, Sikkim House NewDehli; 4) Smt- Jaishree Pradhan, IAS, Joint Commissioner-cum-Joint Secretary, Planning & Development Depart ment, is transferred and posted as District Collector, East District, Gangtok; 5) Mrs. Rinchen Ongmu, IAS, Joint Secretary, Income Tax & Sale Tax Department is transferred and appointed as District Collector, West District, Gyalshing; 6) Shri T.P. Ghimiray, IAS, District Collector, West District, is transferred and appointed as Director, Information &. Public Relation Department; 7) Shri Nari Tshering, Joint Secretary, Tourism Department, is transferred arid posted as Joint Secretary, Income Tax & Sale Tax Department; 8) Miss B.M. Singh, IAS, Director, Directorate of Handloom & Handicrafts, is transferred and appointed as District Collector South District, Namchi; 9) Shri L.B. Rai, IAS, District Collector, South District, is transferred and appointed as Director, Industries Department; 10) Smt. Rosabell Namchyo, Joint Director, Tourism Department, is transferred and appointed as Joint Director Education Department; 11) Shri Arun Kumar Pradhan General Manager, Sikkim Nationalised Transport, is transferred and appointed as Managing Director, State Trading Corporation of Sikkim on deputa-

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ger, Sikkim Nationalised Transport; until further orders, 13) Shri R.P. Chingapa, Deputy Secretary, Tourism Department, is transferred and appointed as Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department; 14) Smt. Nim Yathenpa, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department, is transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary, Police Department; 15) Miss P.L, Yathenpa, Deputy Secretary, Forest Department, is transferred and appointed as Deputy Secretary, Finance Department, against the post of Joint Secretary, Finance Department; 16) Shri T.P. Koirala, Officer on Special Duty, Accounts Training Centre, is transferred and posted as Chief Accounts Officer, Finance Department, against the post of Joint Secretary, Finance Department; 17) Shri Pratap Tiwari, Laison Officer, Sikkim Legislative Assembly Secretariat, is transferred and posted as Administrative Officer, Animal Husbandry Department; 18) Smt. Sangay Laden, Administrative Officer, Animal Husbandry Department, is transferred and posted as Liason Officer, Sikkim Legislative Assembly Secretariat on her own pay and allowances on deputation without any deputation allowance. By Order D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1094/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd February, 1990. Shri T.T. Bhutia, Marketing Officer, Directorate of Handlooms and Handicrafts, is transferred and appointed as Deputy Director, Tourism Department, vice Shri R.P. Chingapa on ad-hoc basis subject to the following conditions:1) The ad-hoc appointment will confer

minated without giving any notice. The ad-hoc appointment will be counted from 26-10-89 as a special case. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1095/(Gen)/Est Dated Gangtok, the 2nd February, 1990. Smt. Shanti Pradhan, Deputy Director, Education Department, is transferred and appointed as Superintendent, Government Institute of Cottage Industries with immediate effect on her own pay and allowances. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No.1198/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd February, 1990. Mr. N. Jaswal, retired Director of Internal Audit, Finance Department, is allowed to draw cash equivalent of salary for 233 days of unutilised earned Leave standing at his credit as on 31.1.90 (AN). By Order. A. PRADHAN, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1202/Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd February, 1990. In continuation of Office Order No.

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20.12.89 or till the regular incumbent returns whichever is earlier. 8. By Order. A. PRADHAN, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1206/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 5th February, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order the following transfers and postings of the members of the Sikkim Finance and Accounts Service with immediate effect :1. Shri S.C. Dwivedi, Chief Accounts Officer, presently on deputation with the State Trading Corporation of Sikkim, is repatriated and posted as Officer on Special Duty (Training) in the Accounts Training Centre, Finance Department. 2. Services of Shri G.K. Pradhan, Senior Accounts Officer, Finance Department, Gangtok, is placed at the disposal of STCS for appointment as General Manager (Finance and Accounts) on deputation vice Sl. No. 1 on his own pay & allowances until further order. 3. Shri R.B. Pradhan, Chief Accounts Officer, Home Department, is transferred and posted as Chief Accounts Officer, Power Department. 4. Shri B.L. Moktan, Senior Accounts Officer, Power Department, is transferred and posted as Senior Accounts Officer, Home Department. 5. Shri Gopal Basnet, Deputy Chief Pay & Accounts Officer (East), Gangtok, is transferred and posted as Deputy Chief Pay & Accounts Officer (South), Namchi, vice SI. No. 6. 6. Shri Gopal Sharma, Deputy Chief Pay & Accounts Officer (South), Namchi, is transferred and posted as Deputy Chief Pay & Accounts Officer (East), Gangtok vice Sl. No. 5. 7. Shri Kuber Bhandari, Accounts Officer, SPWD (Roads & Bridges) Gangtok, is transferred and posted as Accounts Officer, Health &

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Family Welfare Department, Gyalzing vice SL. No. 9. Shri Sukman Rai, Accounts Officer, Health & Family Welfare Department, Singtam, is transferred and posted as Accounts Officer SPWD (Roads & Bridges) vice Sl. No. 7. Shri. S.B. Subba, Accounts Officer, Health Department, Gyalzing, is transferred and posted as Accounts Officer, Health & Family Welfare Department, Singtam vice SlNo. 8. Shri. J.K. Sharma, Accounts Officer, Police Department, Gangtok, is transferred and posted as Accounts Officer, Education Department, Mangan, Shri M.C. Pradhan, Accounts Officer, Education Department, Mangan, is transferred and posted as Accounts Officer, Police Department vice Sl.. No. 10. Shri D.N. Sharma, Accounts Officer, Education Department, Gyalzing is transferred and posted-as Accounts Officer, SPWD (Roads & Bridges) vice Late Lalit Kumar Chhetri. Handing over and taking over should be completed within 7 days. By Order K. P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 1208/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 6th February, 1990. Mr. N. Jaswal, who was retired on Superannuation we.f. 31. 1. 90 through O.O. NO. 945/G/Est. dated 7.12.89. is hereby re-employed as Director (Internal Audit), Finance Department, for a period of one year w.e.f. 1.2.90. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1220/Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 12th February, 1990, Services of Shri Bhim Prasad Gautam, Under Secretary, Finance

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Department are placed at the disposal of the State Bank of Sikkim Gangtok, for appointment as Recovery Officer on deputation with immediate effect. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1286/G/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 24th February, 1990. Shri R.S. Rao, IAS, Special Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Planning and Development Department, is hereby granted earned leave for 60 days w.e.f. 4.3.90 to 2.5.90. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1296/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 28th February, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order the following promotions and postings of the members of the Sikkim State Police Service with immediate effect:1. Shri Bhupendra Thapa, Officiating Superintendent of Police (Special Branch), is promoted and posted as Superintendent of Police (Special Branch). 2. Shri Sangey Dorjee, Officiating Chief Fire Officer, is promoted and posted as Chief Fire Officer. 3. Shri T.T. Tamang, Officiating Superintendent of Police (North District), is promoted and posted as Superintendent of Police (North District). 4. Shri Wangyal Topden, Deputy Superintendent of Police (Crime) is promoted and posted as Superintendent of Police (Check posts) vice SI. No. 6. 5. Shri Tshering Bhutia, Deputy

Superintendent of Police (Reserve Line) is promoted and posted as Superintendent of. Police (Special Duty) and attached to the Director General of Police. 6. Shri Goley Tshering, IPS, is posted as Superintendent of Police (Home Guards & Civil Defence). By Order. . K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. HEALTH AND SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No: 5/S.W. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd December, 1989. The Government of Sikkim hereby nominates Rev. Namkha Gyaltshen, Hon'ble ML A as one of the members of the Advisory Board constituted under section 53 of Juvenile Justice Act, 1986 (Central Act 53 of 1986), vide Notification No: 15(84)88-89/3/H&SW dated 8-11-89. (PASSANG NAMGYAL) Secretary, LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. OFFICE ORDER No. 163/LD/ 1990. Dated Gangtok, the 12th February, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to relieve Brigadier Justice D.M. Sen (Retd) of his assignment as Chairman, Law Commission, with effect from the afternoon of 15th February, 1990. • By Order. B. R. PRADHAN, Secretary, Law Department.

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Orders, Press Notes etc. FINANCE DEPARTMENT No. 52/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 8th January, 1990. During the absence of Jayshree Pradhan, Joint Secretary, Education Department on training, Mrs. Tshering Doma, Under Secretary, Education Department is hereby declared as Head of Office with immediate effect till Mrs. Pradhan's return from training. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 67/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 7th February, 1990. Shri M.K. Gurung, Accounts Officer, Income and Sales Tax Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbusing Officer with immediate effect. Consequently, this department Office Order No. 11/Fin/Admn., of 19th January, 1990 declaring Shri T.T. Rufus, Deputy Commissioner^ Income and Sales Tax Department as Drawing and Disbursing Officer shall stand cancelled. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary Finance Department. No. 68/Fin/Admn-Dated Gangtok, the 13th February, 1990. Shri Gopal Basnett, Deputy Chief Pay and Accounts Officer, Pay and Accounts Officer, Namchi is hereby declared as Head of Office as well as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for South District with immediate effect, vice Shri Gopal Sharma since transferred to Pay and Accounts Office, Gangtok. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 70/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 15th February, 1990. ShriM.C. Pradhan, Accounts Officer, Police Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for Police Head quarter, Gangtok with immediate effect vice Shri J.K. Sharma since transferred. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary. Finance Department. No. 71/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 16th February, 1990. Shri Kuber Bhandari, Accounts Officer, District Hospital Health and Family Welfare Department, Gyalshing is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing' Officer with immediate effect vice Shri SB. Subba, Accounts Officer since transferred to Singtam Hospital. By Order. MRS. B.M.PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department No. 72/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 20th February, 1990. Shri Gopal Sharma, Deputy Pay and Accounts Officer is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Shri Gopal Basnett since transferred. He is also be allowed to sign cheques as and when Accounts Officer Cheques is on leave. By Order MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 236/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 28th February,1990. Shri S.B. Subba, Accounts Officer, Health and Family Welfare Department,

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Singtam is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for East District with immediate effect vice Shri S.M. Rai since transferred. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN. Deputy Secretary Finance Department. No. 240/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 27th February, 1990. Shri J.N. Sharma, Accounts Officer, Education Department, Mangan is here-

by declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for North District with immediate effect vice Shri M.C. Pradhan since transferred to Police Department. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department.

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PART II Notifications regarding appointments- postings, transfers, leave etc. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No. 13/HCS//ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 17th March, 1990. In supersession of Notification No. 79/ HCS/ESTT. dated the 21st December, 1989. Hon'ble Chief Justice has been pleased to appoint Shri. O. N. Sharma, Deputy Registrar of this Court as Registrar-in-Charge retrospectively with effect from 21.12.1989 (afternoon) till he hands over charge to his successor. R. BHUTIA, Asstt. Registrar (Estt.) NOTIFICATION No. 14/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 17th March, 1990. Notification No. 69/HCS/ESTT. dated 19.12.1989 confirming Shri. O.N. Sharma, Deputy Registrar of this Court in the post of Deputy Registrar with effect from 1.12.1989 stands cancelled with effect from the date of issue. By Order. R. BHUTIA, Asstt. Registrar (Estt) NOTIFICATION No. 16/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 21st March, 1990. Under Rule 19(1) of Sikkim Government Services (Leave) Rules, 1982, 28 (Twenty eight) days leave applied for and already availed of by Shri. P.W. Pulger, Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate, (East & North) is hereby sanctioned as commutted leave on full pay as under:20 (twenty) days with effect from 4.12.1989 to 23.12.1989 duly suffixing Christmas and Lossong holidays with effect from 24.12.89 to 2.1.90 respectively. 8 (Eight) days with effect from 5.1.1990 to 12.1.1990 duly suffixing Second Saturday, Sunday and Maghey Sankranti holidays from 13.1.90 to 16.1.90 respectively. By Order. O.N. SHARMA, Deputy Registrar. NOTIFICATION No. 17/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 21st March, 1990. Notification No. 71 /HCS/ESTT. dated 19-12.1989 confirming Shri. D.C. Roy, Secretary to Hon'ble Chief Justice of this Court in the post of Secretary ft Hon'ble Chief Justice with effect from 1.12.1989 stands cancelled with effect from the date of issue. By Order. T. DORJEE, Registrar. NOTIFICATION No. 19/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd March, 1990. Hon'ble Chief Justice has been pleased to convert the following temporary posts into permanent ones in the Court of District & Sessions Judge Gangtok, with effect from 1.3.1990.
sl. Name of Post
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Lower Division Assistant Peon Frash Chowkidar Mali

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Pay Scale 975-1550 800-1060 -do-do-do-

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REGISTRAR. NOTIFICATION No. 20/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd March, 1990. Hon'ble Chief Justice has been pleased to convert the following temporary posts into permanent ones in the Court of the Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate, East & North at Gangtok, with effect from 1.3.1990.
Sl Name of Post No. 1. Lower Division Assistant Peon 2. No. of Post 1 2 Pay Scale 975-1550. 8C0-

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OFFICE ORDER No. 21/HCS./ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 9th March, 1990. In accordance with Rule 39(1) of fthe Sikkim Government Service (Leave) Rules, 1982, Shri Sonam Wangdi Lepcha, jCivil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate, West, at Gyalshing is hereby permitted to encash earned leave for 30 days for the block year 1988-90. He shall draw the salary for 30 days at the same rate as he would have been entitled to draw as on 1st March, 1990 subject to recovery of Income Tax only in terms of Notification No. 47/Gen/ Est. dated 15.5.82. By Order. REGISTRAR, NOTIFICATION No. 21/HCS./ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd March, 1990. Hon'ble Chief Justice has been pleased to convert the following temporary posts into permanent ones in the Court of the Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate, West at Gyalshing, with effect from 1.3.1990.
No.o f Post 1 1 SI. Name of Post No. Record Keeper 1 P a y S cale 975-1550. 800 1060

Gangtok, the 22nd March, 1990. In continuation of this Court's [Notification No. 9/HCS dated 15th

Peon

REG ISTRAR, NOTIFICATION No. 22/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd March, 1990. Hon'ble Chief Justice has been pleased to convert the following temporary posts into permanent ones in the Court of the Civil Judge-cum-Judical Megistrate,South at Namchi, with effect from 1.3.1990.

March, 1989 Hon'ble the Chief Justice of this High Court has been pleased to extend the term of Shri Karma Tempo Gyaltshen, (Advocate) as Oath Commissioner for a period of one year with effect from 17.3.1990. T. DORJEE RINZING Registrar, NOTIFICATION No. 18/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 21st March, 1990. Notification No. 76/HCS/ ESTT. dated 19.12.1990 confirming Mrs. Tshering Dolkar, Private Secretary to the Hon'ble Judge of this Court in the Post of Private Secretary to Hon'ble Judge with effect from 1.12.1989 stands cancelled with effect from the date of issue. By Order. T. DORJEE RINZING Registrar, NOTIFICATION No. 25/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 28th. March, 1990. 19 (Nineteen) days leave extension applied for by Shri Kesang Dorjee Bhutia, Assistant Registrar of this Court, with effect from 25.3.90 to 12.4.90 is hereby sanctioned as commutted leave on full pay, under rule 19 (1) of Sikkim Government Service (Leave) Rules 1982. T. DORJEE RINZING Registrar. NOTFICATION No.26/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 30th. March, 1990, Shri Chultim Lepcha, Assistant Registrar of this Court, is hereby allowed to draw the annual increment of Rs. 75/with effect from 1.2.1990, in the pay scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600/75-3200, thereby raising his pay from Rs. 2750/-to Rs. 2825/- per month. By Order. T. DORJEE RINZING

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NOTIFICATION No. 27/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 30th. March, 1990. Shri Harish Kumar Sharma, Reader of this Court shall be relieved from this Court with effect from 31-3.90 (A.N.) to enable him to join his duties as Assistant Registrar in the Railway Claims Tribunal, Ahmedabad Bench on deputation for a period of two years. By Order. T. DORJEE RINZING Registrar. CHIEF MINISTER' S SECRETARIAT GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM OFFICE ORDER No. 643/CMS/90 Dated Gangtok, the 31st March, 1990, The Chief Minister has been pleased to decide that the appointment of an Honorary Physician to the Chief Minister should be dispensed with henceforth. In view of this Lt. Col. M.R. Kotwal, M.D, F.A.C.G. (USA), Consultant in the Department of Internal Medicine and Division of Gastroenterology, Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Sikkim, is hereby relieved with immediate effect of his appointment as Honorary Physician to the Chief Minister made vide Office Order No. 155/CMS/85-86 dated July 30, 1985. T. GYATSO, Secretary to HCM. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No, 921/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 1st March, 1990. 1) The Governor is pleased to substitute Item No. 17, 18 & 20 of Appendix V of the Sikkim Government Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 1986 by the following I
Item 17. 18. Head Master, Junior High (a) Head Master, Primary School (Class 1 to V) (b) Head Master, Primary School (1 to III)
School

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These orders shall take immediate effect. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 927/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th March, 1990. The Governor is pleased to decide that the Pre-mature increments admissible under Notification No. 138/Gen/Estt. dated 4.8.88 shall be treated as Personal pay-All the cases so far decided shall be reviewed in accordance with the provisions of this Notification. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 928/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th March, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim hereby makes the following amendment in the Government of Sikkim, Establishment Department Notification No. 178/Gen/ Estt. dated 24.10.80 namelyIn the said Notification, a) Paragraph 1 (A), 1 (B) and 1 (C) shall be deleted. b) In paragraph 2, for the expression "advance Increments at the lowest rate of the relevant scale', the expression "advance Increments at the rate as admissible at the material time in relevant scale of pay", shall be substituted. This amendment shall take immediate effect. By Order K. P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department.

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NOTIFICATION No. 933/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 9th March, 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint the following officers as members of the Sikkim State Forest Service in the Junior scale of the Service w-e.f the dales indicated against their respective names:1. Mr. R.N. Thapa - 15.6.80 2. Mr. Karma Tshering Bhutia - 28.7.80 3. Mr. Gut Lepcha - 18.8.83 4. Mr. S.J. Gurung - 21.1.84 5. Mr. B.P. Thapa - 30.12.85 6. Mr. C.C Bhutia 30.12.85 7. Mr. Prem Kumar Subba 30.12.85 8. Mr. K.T.T. Bhutia - 30 12 85 9. Mr. K.D. Pegha - 30.12.85 10. Mr. T.N. Gurung - 16.7.86 11. Mr. Purna Kumar Subba - 16.7.86 12. Mr. G.P. Tewari - 16.7.86 13. Mr. Pratap Singh Subba - 16.7.86 14. Mr. Rinzing Dorjee Bhutia - 16.7.86 15. Mr. Bhuwan Prakash Pradhan - 29.7.86 16. Mr. Bhim Singh Siktel - 13.8.86 17. Mr. Yogendra Prasad Gurung - 13.8.86 18. Mr. D.C.Nepal - 25.9.86 19. Mr. Nima Wangdi Tamang - 26.9.86 20. Mr. Janga Bir Subba - 3.10.86. K.P. ADHIKARI Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 934/Gen/Estt. Dated

3. Mr. B.B. Lama,

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Mr. H.C. Mukhia, Mr. T. Palden Bhutia, Mr. Norbu Tshering Bhutia, Mr. H.B. Sharma, Mr. S.J. Lucksom, Mr. D.S. Basnett, Mr. S.D. Pulger, Mr. Bejoy Gurung, Mr. Top Dhan Rai, Mr. R.N. Thapa, Mr. H.P. Pradhan, Mr. Chezung Lachungpa, Mr. Karma Tshering Bhutia, Mr. Gyanendra Rai, Mr. C.S. Pradhan, Mr. B.K. Tewari, Mr. S.K. Tewari, Mr. Gut Lepcha, Mr. S.J. Gurung, Mr. B.P. Thapa, Mr. C.C. Bhutia, Mr. Prem Kumar Subba, Mr. K.T.T. Bhutia, Mr. K.D. Pegha, Mr. T.N. Gurung, Mr. Purna Kumar Subba, Mr. G.P. Tewari, Mr. Pratap Singh Subba, Mr. Rinzing Dorjee Bhutia, Mr. Bhuwan Prakash Pradhan, Mr. Bhim Singh Siktel, Mr. Yogendra Prasad Gurung, Mr. D.C. Nepal, Mr. Nima Wangdi Tamang, Mr. Janga Bir Subba. By Order. KP. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department.

NOTIFICATION No. 935/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 9th March, 1990. In exercise of the power conferred by Sub-section (I) of Section 4 of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972 and in supersession of all the existing Notification on the subject, the Governor hereby

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appoints the Chief Conservator of Forestsin-charge of Wild Life Wing of Forest Department as the Chief Wild Life Warden for whole of the State of Sikkim for the purpose of the said Act with immediate effect. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 945/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd March, 1990. The Governor is pleased to create 4(four) posts of Inspector in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600/75-3200 in the Sikkim Police Force for a period of six months with immediate effect. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 946/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd March, 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint the following Sub - Inspectors in the Sikkim Police force as Inspectors in the Force on temporary officiating capacity for a period of six months with effect from the date of assumption of the charge :1. Shri A.K. Sundas. 2. Shri Dilip Kumar Rai. 3. Shri Navraj Dhakal. 4. Shri Tenzing Mapen. 5. Shri Dup Pintso. The temporary officiating appointment are subject to the following conditions :1. These appointments will not confer any right for substantive appointment and will not count for seniority. 2. The officiating appointment can be terminated any time without assigning any reason.

NOTIFICATION No. 949/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd March, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order that the Language Teachers who have successfully completed both the phases of crash Language Teacher's training conducted by the Education Department during the year of 1989 and 1990 shall be granted Advance Increments as per Item No. (i) of paragraph 1(A) of this Department Notification No. 178/Gen/ Estt. dated 24.10.80 read wtih Notification No. 928/Gen/Estt. dated 6.3.90. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1208/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd March, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order the following transfers and post ings of Inspectors in the Sikkim Police Force with immediate effect:SI J Name & present posting No. 1. Shri Dorjee Dadul, C.I,, Mangan (North District). 2. Shri R.B Pradhan, OC, Namchi. Transferred and posted as P.I. (Crime Branch), Gangtok.

P.I. Sadar P.S.. Gangtok. vice SI. No. 9, 3. ShriDiB. Thapa, P.I. SAP, P.I. (VIP Duty in Uniform), Pangthang. Gangtok. 4 Shri Joshep Lepcha P.11 P.I. (Crime Branch), (Court), Gangtoki Gang-tok. J. Shri Lawang Dhendup, P.1, (Special Branch), GangO.C. Naya Bazar, tok; (West District). P.I. (Vigilance), Gangtok, 6 7. Shri P.K. Basnet, O C. Rangpo. Shri Hishey Zangpo, P.I. (Special Branch) Gangtok. P .1 (Head Quarters), Gangtok. Shri. BK. Sharma, O.C. C.I. (Mangan), North DisPakyong (East District). trict vice SI. No. 1. Shri Gyurmik Bhutia, P.I: Namchi P.S. South O.C. Sadar P.S: Gang- • District vice Sl. No.2.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 1307/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th March, 1990. The adhoc promotion of Mr. K.B. Rai, as Divisional Engineer, Land Use and Environment Cell, Forest Department, is hereby extended for a period of six months w.e,f. 15.1.90 or till the post is filled up by a regular incumbent through S.P.S.C. whichever is earlier. By Order. A. PRADHAN, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ODER No. 1312/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 8th March, 1990. The present term of deputation of Mr. P.K. Roy, Director, Bureau of Economics and Statistics, Planning and Development Department, is hereby extended for a further period of one year with effect from 15.2.90 to 14.2.91 in the existing terms and conditions of deputation as amended from time to time. By Order. S.D. PHALONTHARPA, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1318/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 8th March, 1990. Shri B.S. Rai, Joint Director, Education Department, is hereby permitted to retire w.ef. 3.2.90 in accordance to Rule 99(2) of Sikkim Government Service Rules, 1974 duly waiving the requirement of three months' notice. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER

Sonam Doma Chankapa in the same Department in the scale of Rs. 1820-602600-EB-75-3200 with immediate effect. As usual, he will be on probation for one year. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1331/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 14th March, 1990. In partial amendment of this Office Order No. 1033/G/Estt- dated 12.1.90 Shri B.B. Basnett, Deputy Superintendent of Police ( Traffic ) will function directly under the respective District Superintendent of Police. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1383/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd March, 1990. Shri R.B. Mukhia, Additional Chief Secretary will also hold the additional charge of Vigilance Department with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department OFFICE OF THE No. 1396/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 24th March, 1990. Governor is pleased to approtion the following duties and responsibilities between the two 'DIGS in the Police Department with immediate effect :-

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2. DIG East & North Range with his Headquarters at Gangtok shall also supervise working of Sikkim Armed Police and Wireless besides any other duty assigned to him by the Director General of Police at any time. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, . Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1411/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 27th March, 1990. Mr. Akhilendra Kumar Panday is hereby appointed- as Lecturer in the Government Law College under Education Department on contract basis for a period of one year w.e.f. the date he takes charge of the post. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 2200/-p.m. with such allowances as are admissible under the rules. As mutually agreed upon and accepted, his services on contract will be governed by the terms and conditions as laid down in notification No.J(14)20/ Gen/Estt. dated 16.4.87. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1427/Gen/ Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 26th March, 1990. The Governor is pleased to promote Mr. Sunil Pradhan, Fisheries Inspector, Fisheries Wing, Forest Department, as Assistant Fisheries Development Officer in the' scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EB-753200 w e.f. the date he takes charge of the post. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. By Order.

OFFICE ORDER No. 1430/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 28th March, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order the following promotion and postings in the Forest Department with immediate effect :SL. Name From To No1. Mr. S.T. Lachungpa D.F.O.(East) Consevator of (Forest (Wild Life), 2. Mr. H.P. Pradhan D.F.O. D.F.O. (East), (Logging) 3. Mr.D.S.Basnnett, D.F.O'(Land D.F.O. (Logging) Use & Environ- with HQ at Gangment Cell tok. (South) 4. Mr; Karma Tshering D.F.O, (T) D.F.O., Lan Use Bhutia. North & Environment Cell (South) with HQ at Namchi. 5. Mr. Arvind Kumar A.C.F.(WWC) D.F.O,(T)North. 6. Mr. Norbu Tshering D.F.O, (Wild D.F.O, (Store), Bhutia, Life), 7. Mr. Thomas Chandy ACF (T) South D.F.O.(WildLife) Ravongla. with HQ at Gangtok. 8. Mr. S.C. Cintury D.F-O. (Survey D.F.O. (Soil & Demarcation) Watch), 9. Mr. D.D. Sharma D.F.O. (Stores D.F. O. (Survey & Soil Watch), and Demarcation). 10; Mr Nima Wangdi A.C.F. (Utili- A: C. F. (T) Tamang. sation); Ravongla. 11. Mr. T. Palden D.F.O, (Sericul- D.F.O. (Soeil Foture). restry) North,

By'Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1431/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 29th March, 1990. Consquent on his repatriation from Government of Tripura, Shri S.W. Tenzing, IAS, is posted as Secretary to the Government (Speciai Duty), Home Department untill further order. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER

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hereby confirmed as full fledged Aceounts Officer with immediate effect: By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1437/Gen/Etst. Dated Gangtok, the 30th March, 1990. The services of Mr. Karma Chhophel, Accounts Officer, Election Deprat-raent, are hereby placed at the disposal of the S.R.D.A. as Accounts Officer, on deputation with effect from the date of relief by the Department, By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary. Establishment Department OFFICE ORDER No. 1438/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th March, 1990. Mr. B.K. Mukhia, Accounts Officer, Printing Department, is hereby transferred to the Finance Department and posted to the Directorate of Internal Audit with immediate effect. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 1439/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th March, 1990. Mr. R.P. Sharma, Senior Accountant (Pension Section), Finance Department is hereby promoted as Accounts Officer in an officiating capacity and posted to the office of the Dy. Director, Directorate of Education, Gyalshing w.e.f. the date he takes charge of the post.

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM SIKKIM NATIONALISED TRANSPORT GANGTOK No. 1217/T/89-90 1990. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd March, ORDER Shri Mani Kumar Shilal, Driver, D.L. No. 8441/81, son of Shri Lal Bahadur Kami, was born in 1964. His father is holder of Sikkim Subject Certificate, Sl. No. 18, Vol. No II under Block Tadong, East Sikkim; He is a resident of 6th Mile,Tadong. 2. Shri Mani Kumar Shilal, was appointed as a Driver on Muster Roll basis for a period of 6 months at Rangpo (vide Office order No:2252/T of 13-3.1986). He was allowed extension until December, 1987 vide office order No. 77/T dated 30/4/1987. 3. Shri Shilal who was attached to SKM-927 failed to submit the detail of "short delivery" of 200 bags of cement consigned to GREF as under :i) 100 bags cement, TMC No: 175534 consigned to Lachung, 9th Mile, C.N. 892 of 17/1/1987. ii) 100 bags cement, TMG No: 90021 consigned to Bonsoi, C.N. 991 of 6.2.1987. 4. On the request of Sikkim Nationalised Transport, a criminal case was registered against Shri Shilal under Section 409, IPC. 5. The Count found him guilty and convicted him under Section 409, IPC and sentenced him to pay a fine of Rs. l,000/(Rupees one thousand) only and also to undergo simple imprisonment for a perriod of one month. He was, further, directed to undergo simple imprisonment for a period of one month in default of payment of the fine of Rs. 1,000/- (Case No. 15/89- Stateversus- Mani Kumar Shilal), 6. The Governor of Sikkim, is therefore pleased to order that Shri Mani Kumar Shilal shall be debarred from empolyment under the State Government in any Department or in any Government Undertaking in future.

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No. 21(99)LD/Lit/6/90 Dated Gangtok, the 21st March, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint Shri Krishnamurthi Swamy as Advocate-on-Record, in the Supreme Court of India for the State of Sikkim. He shall be paid a retainer fee of Rs. 1200/- per month and the fees according to the existing Rules of the Central Government for acting and appearing in each case in the Supreme Court, as Advocate -on-Record. Further, he will be entitled to reimbursement for any expenses incurred by him by way of Court fee and typing. He will also be entitled to continue his present Legal work provided the same is not adverse to interests of the State Government. This order shall be deemed to have come into force on and from the date of assumption of charge by him i.e. 13th February 1990. B.R. PRADHAN, L.R. & Secretary, Law.

NOTIFICATION No. 21(101) LD/Lit/7/90 Dated Gangtok the 21st March, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint Shri Thinlay Topgay, Advocate, to act as Junior Advocate in every case with Shri krishnamurthi Swami, Avocateon-Record in the Supreme Court of India, on a consolidated retainer Fee of Rs. 2000/ per month but he will not be paid any fee per case. Further, he is entitled to continue his private Legal work provided the same is not adverse to the interests of the State Government. This order shall be deemed to have come into force on and from the date of assumption of charge by him i.e. 13th February 1990. B. R. PRADHAN, L. R. & Secretary, Law.

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PART III Rules, Orders, Press Notes etc. OFFICE ORDER No. 1186/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd February, 1990 Shri S.K.Pradhan, Office Superintendent, SPWD (Roads & Bridges) shall look after the works of Miss Hemanta Basnet, Administrative Officer, in addition to his own works as Officer Superintendent without any charge allowance. By Order of the Governor D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. FINANCE DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 15/Fin. Dated Gangtok, the 8th March, 1990. The Board of Directors of State Trading Corporation of Sikkim stands reconstituted as follows with immediate effect: 1. Secretary Finance, 2. Secretary to Hon'ble Chief Minister. 3. Managing Director; SIDICO. 4. Managing Director, SITCO. 5. Director.Industries, 6. Managing Director, S.T.C.S. Notification No.8/Fin. dated 22nd July, 1988 shall stand as cancelled. By Order. G. P. PRADHAN, Secretary, Finance Department. No. 51/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 8th March, 1990. Shri Lobzang Lepcha, Senior Accounts Officer, Rural Development Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Shri T. P. Koirala since transferred to Finance Department. No. 76/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 29th March, 1990. Mrs. Tshering Doma, under secretatary, Education Department is allowed to exercise financial powers as delegated to the Joint Secretary, Education vide Office Order No: 211 /Fin/Admn of 14th March, 1989 for a period of one month only effective from date of issue of this order. By Order. No. 73/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 7th March, 1990. Mrs. Pradhan, Superintendent, Handicrafts and Handlooms Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Miss. B.M. singh since transferred as District Collector South. By Order. J.B. Rai, Under Secretary, Finance Department.

No. 75/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the I4th March, 1990. Shri Dorji Dadul, Police Inspector, Police Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for Crime Branch with immediate effect vice Shri Wangyal Topden, Deputy Superintendent of Police since transferred. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department.

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PART II Notifications regarding appointments, postings, transfers, leave etc. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No. 28/HCS//ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990. Consequent upon the release of Shri Harish Kumar Sharma, Reader from this Court, with effect from 31.3.1990 (A.N.) Mrs. Tshering Dolkar, Private Secretary to Hon'ble Judge of this Court is appointed as Reader on purely temporary basis in addition to her own duties until further orders. By Order. T. DORJEE, RINZING Registrar. OFFICE ORDER No. 33/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990. Shri Tashi Wangdi, Civil Judge-cumJudicial Magistrate, South will be under going training with effect from 54.1990 to 11.5.1990atGuwahati, (Assam). During his absent Shri Sonam Wangdi, Civil-Judgecum-Judicial Magistrate, West shall remain in-charge of the Office and Court of the former in addition to his own duties. Shri Sonam Wangdi shall visit Nam-chi Court with effect from 16.4.1990 to 194.1990 to attend to urgent matters, if any at Namchi. By Order. DORJEE RINZING Registrar. HOME DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 2/l/Home/77-90/Pt.II/93 Dated Gangtok, the 20th April, 1990. In partial amendment to Notification No. 69/Home/ 89 dated 11th December, NOTIFICATION No. 3/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 24th April, 1990. The post of Senior Specialist (Forensic Medicine) created by upgradation in the Health & Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs. 2525-75-3200/1004000 vide Notification No. 892/Gen/Est. dated 2.2.90 is hereby redesignated as Senior Medico-Legal-Socialist with effect from 7.1.87. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 02/Gen/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 16th April, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction creation of the following posts in the Engineering Cell of the Education Department with immediate effect:Sl. Name of Posts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. Asstt. Engineer Junior Engineer Draftsman Accountant Junior Accountant Store Keeper Tracer Lower Divisional Clerk Typist Peon Store Chowkidar Total SI; Name of Posts Number of Posts. - 1 (one), - 5 (five), - 1 (one), - 1 (one), - 1 (one), - 2 (two), - 5 (five), - 7 (seven), 6 (six), - 6 (six), - 2 (two),

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The expenditure shall be debitable to the Budget Head No. 2202/Gen. Edn;, 02/Secondary Edn. 001-Direction & Adm'., I-Directorate of Edn., 1-Salaries (plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 28/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 9th April, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Mr. Birkha Bahadur Subba, is hereby appointed in the Junior Grade of the Sikkim Finance & Accounts Service in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EB-753200 and posted as Accounts Officer in the Printing and Stationaries Department with effect from the date he takes charge of the post. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/- p.m. in the above scale with such allowances as are admissible under the rules. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of two years. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 31/Gen/ Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 11th April, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Dr. (Mrs.) Shanti Devi Mishra, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer (ICDS) in the District Hospital, Singtam under Health & Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EB-753200 w.e.f. the date of her joining. She will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/- p.m. in the above scale plus allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, she will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and conditions of Service will be as laid down in the Memorandum No. 234/G/Est. dated 10.4.90. Inter-se-seniorty shall be on the basis of merit declared by the SPSC vide letter No. SPSC/2(XIX)89/328 dated 22. 2.90. By Order.

OFFICE ORDER No. 32/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 11th April, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commision, Dr. Jagat Prasad Pradhan, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer lncharge, Yoksum PHC under Health & Family Welfare Department, in the scale of Rs. 1820-602600-EB-75-3200 w.e.f. the date of his joining. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/-. p.m. in the above scale plus allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and conditions of service will be as laid down in the memorandum No.237/G/ Est. dated 10.4.90. The inter-se-senority shall be on the basis of merit declared by the S.P.S.C. vide letter No. SPSC/2 (XIX) 89/328 dated 22.2.90. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 34/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 12th April, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Dr. (Miss) Pramila Kothari,is hereby appointed as Medical Officer (Family Welfare), Pakyong P.H.C. under Health & Family Welfare Deptt., in the Scale of Rs. 182060-2600-75-3200 w.e.f. the date of her joining. She will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/- p.m. in the above scale plus other allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, she will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and conditions of service will be as laid down in the Memorandum No. 248/G/ Est. of 10.4.90. The inter-se-seniorty shall be on the basis of merit declared by the SPSC vide letter No. SPSC/2 (xix) 89/328 dated

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OFFICE ORDER No. 35/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 16th April, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Dr. Debya Shree Kerongi, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer, Passingdong, PHC, North District under Health & Family Welfare Department, in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EB-75-3200 w.e.f, the date of his joining. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/p.m. in the above scale plus allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and conditions of service will be as laid down in the Memorandum No: 231/G/ Est. dated 10.4.90. The inter-se-seniorty shall be on the basis of merit declared by the Sikkim Public Service Commission vide letter No: SPSC/2(XIX)89/328 dated 22.2.90. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 47/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 19th April, 1990. The following transfers of Engineers of the Power Department are hereby made with immediate effect :J. Shri.Gyaltshen Lepcha, Executive Engineer, Commercial Division, Gangtok to North Const; Division, Gangtok. Executive Engineer, North Const, Division, Gangtok to 2, Shri N.B. Tewari, Maint. Division, Gangtok. Executive Engineer, Maint. Division, Gangtok to Commercial 3. Shri A.K.Giri, Division, Gangtok. Assistant Engineer, Commercial sub-Division III to Maint. Sub4{ Shri Namgay Division I, Gangtok. Assistant Engineer, Maint. SubDivision I to Commercial SubBhutia, Division III Assistant Engineer, Rev. Sub5. Shri Ganesh Chettri, Division'I to Const. Sub-Division North, I, Gangtok. Assistant Engineer, Maint. Sub6. Shri P.B. Gurung, Division II to Commercial SubDivision I, Gangtok. Assistant Engineer, Planning Sub7. Shri B,K. Baraily, 8. Division to Maint. Sub-Division II, Gangtok. Assistant Engineer, North Const: Shri D.B. Basnet, 9. Sub-Division to Planning SubDivision, Gangtok.

10. Shri R.B.Bishwakarma, Assistant Engineer, Wiring Sub-Division, Gangtok to Pakyong Sub-Division, East. 11. Shri K,B. Kanwar, Assistant Engineer, Pakyong Sub-Division to Wiring SubDivision, Gangtok. 12. Shri Rajen Gurung, Assistant Engineer, Civil SubDivision, Gangtok to Gyalgzing Civil Sub-Division vice Shri S.M. Pariyar. 13. Shri S.M. Paryiar, A.E. (Civil), Civil Sub-Division, Gyalzing to Gangtok Civil Sub-Division; 14. Shri H.B. Subba, A.E., Maint-Sub-Division, LLHP-Ranipool to Gangtok, Planning Sub-Division under S.E. (Const.). 15. Shri Paras Mani Sharma, A.E. Planning to Maint. SubDivision LLHP-Ranipool vice Shri H.B, Subba.

By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 57/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 25th April, 1990. The following inter-departmental transfers are hereby made with immediate effect :1. Mr. Topgyal Tshering Sherpa, Bazar Officer, Local Self Government & Housing Department at Jorethang is transferred and posted as Welfare Officer, SC/ST Welfare Department at Gyalshing vice Sl. No. 2 below. 2. Mr. Tshering Namgyal Bhutia, Wel fare Officer, SC/ST Welfare Depart ment at Gyalshing is transferred and posted as Bazar Officer, Local Self Government & Housing Department at Jorethang vice Sl. No. 1 above. On transfer, they shall carry their own pay and scale. By Order. T. L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 68/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 26th April, 1990 The Governor is pleased to order the following inter-departmental transfers and postings of Members of the Sikkim

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Finance and Accounts Service with immediate effect.
, SI. Name No: 1. Mr. C.L. Sharraa, Accounts Officer (Land Use & Environment Cell), Forest Department 2. Mr. S.B Subba, Accounts Officer, Health & Family Welfare Deptt,,Singtam 3, Mr. S.D; Pradhan, Accounts Officer, Power Deptt:
4. Mr. B.P. Subba, Accounts

Transferred to Accounts Officer, Health & Family Welfare Department, Singtam vice SI, No. 2. Accounts Officer, Power Department vice SL No. 3 below; Accounts Officer (Budget), Finance Department vice SI. No. 4; Accounts Officer (Land Use & Environment Cell), Forest Department vice SI. No. I.

He will draw monthly pay of Rs. 3200/- in the Senior Scale of Indian Administrative Service, viz. Rs. 3200-1003700-125-4700 plus other allowances as admissible under the rules. He will on probation for a period of two years. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 74/Gen/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 28th April, 1990. The Governor is pleased to promote Dr. Pradhan and Dr. I.L. Sharma, Senior Specialist Gynae) and Senior Specialist (Psychiatrist) of Hospital, Health & Family Welfare Department a Consultant (Obst. and Gynae) and Consultant (Psychiatri) respectively in the same department in an officiating capacity in the scale of Rs. 3450-125-4700 with effect from the date of joining on the following conditions :1. Their officiating promotion will not confer any right for regular promotion as Consultant and will not be counted for seniority also. 2. Regular promotion as Consultant will be reckoned from the date of recommendation by the Sikkim Public Service Commission. D. K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE OF THE No. 75/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 28th April,

Officer (Budget), Finance Department.

On transfer, they will carry their own pay and scales. By Order.

T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ODER No. 69/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 26th April, 1990. Mr. Kailash Kumar Pradhan, Inspector, Agriculture Department, is deemed to have been promoted as Senior Soil Surveyor in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600EB-75-3200 w.e.f. 29.11.86. However, his pay on promotion in the above scale shall subsequently be (fixed only w.e.f. the date he takes charge of the post and he shall not be entitled to any arrears. As usual, he will be on probation for one year. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department.

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1990. The Governor is pleased to promote Dr. (Miss) Bela Rani Cintury, Deputy Director (Family Welfare) Health and Family Welfare Department as Joint Director (Family Welfare) in the same

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OFFICE ORDER No.83/Gen/Estt.. Dated Gangtok, the 30th April, 1990. In partial amendment of this Departments' Office Order No. 1208/G/Est. dated 2.3.90, Shri Gurmik Bhutia, P. I. Namchi P.S. is hereby transferred and posted as Circle Inspector (South) with Headquater at Namchi with immediate effect. By Order. T. DHONDUP, Officer-On-Special Duty, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 56/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 25th April, 1990. The Headquarter of Mr. Yadav Pradhan, Bazar Officer (North) Local Self Government and Housing Department, is hereby shifted from Mangan to Gangtok with immediate. effect. By Order. T.L.YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 1431/(Gen)/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 24th March, 1990. Consequent on his repatriation from Government of Tripura, Shri SW. Tenzing, I.A.S. is posted as Secretary to the Government ( Special Duty ), Home Department untiil further order. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department, OFFICE ORDER No. 1453/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 31st March, 1990. The term of deputation of Shri Udai Rai, Asstt. Project Officer, S.R.D.A. under Rural Development Department, is hereby extended for a further period of one year w.e.f. 10.3.90. on existing terms and conditions of deputation as amended from time to time without deputation allowance. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No.SLAS/90-91/247/ Dated Gangtok, the 2nd April, 1990. In pursuance of Rule 265 (1) of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Sikkim Legislative Assembly the following Members of the Fourth Sikkim Legislative Assembly have been elected to constitute the Commitee on Public Accounts for the year 1990-911. Shri Sanchaman Limbu, 2. Shri Taraman Rai and

OFFICE ORDER No. 958/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 31st March, 1990. The term of a tempory post of Superintending Engineer created vide Notification No. 232/Gen/Est. dated 29-10.89 in the L.S.G. & Housing Department is deemed to have been extended from 9th March, 89 to 31.3.1990. Further, the Governor is pleased to create a regular post of Superintending Engineer in L.S.G. & Housing Deptt. in the scale of Rs. 3450-125-4700 with effect from 1.4.1990. Expenditure shall be debitable to the

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The Committee on Public Accounts shall function in accordance with Rule 264 of the said Rules. The term of the Committee shall be one year from the date its election. B P.S. BUSNETT, Additional Secretary, GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM MOTOR VEHICLES DEPARTMENT GANGTOK. NOTIFICATION No. 688/89-90/10 Dated Gangtok, the 19th April, 1990. In continuation to Notification No. 688/89-90/156/7 dated the 19th December, 1989 the State Government of Sikkim further authorises the Officers mentioned in column (2) of the table below to exercise all the powers of the State Government under section 112, 115, 116 and 117 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (59 of 1988) in respect of the area shown against each of them in column (3) of the said table. TABLE
Sl: Designation of the No. Officer. 1 1. Additional District Collector/ . Additional District Magistrate, Whole of East District East at Gangtok Area

Additional District Collector/ Additional District Magistrate, Whole of North District 3. North at Mangan Additional District Collector/ Additional Whole of South District District Magistrate, South at Namchi Additional District Collector/ Additional District Magistrate, Whole of West District West at Gyalshing

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R.S. BASNET Secretary, Moter Vehicles Department, Government of Sikkim. GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT . NOTIFICATION No. 35(113) 88-89/64/RDD. Dated Gangtok, the 17th April, 1990. In exercise of powers conferred by section 20 and 26 (1) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 Sarbasri Ram Prasad Dakal and Padam Sing Katwal is hereby removed from the post of Sabhapati and Sachiva respectively in respect of 1 Lingi Paiyong Gram Panchayat, South Sikkim with immediate effect. P. K. PRADHAN, IAS, Commissioner-cum-Secretary and Director of Panchayat Election.

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Press Notes etc. FINANCE DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 1/Fin.Adnm. Dated Gangtok, the 4th April, 1990. The following Officers of Forests Department are hereby declared as Head of Office as well as Drawing and Disbursing Officer of respective divisions shown against each:1.Shri K.T, Bhutia, Divisional Forests Officer 2. Shri Arvind Kumar, Divisional Forests Officer, Land Use & Environment Cell. South District, Territoral Division. North District,

No. 4/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 16th April, 1990. During the absence of Shri B. Dutta, Accounts Officer on leave with effect from 12th April, 1990, Shri N.K. Pradhan, Executive Officer, Local Self and Housing Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect till Shri B. Dutta returns from leave. By Order. J.B. RAI, Under Secretay, Finance Department No. 6/Fin.Adnm. Dated Gangtok, the 18th April, 1990. The following Officers of Forests Department are hereby declared as Head of Office as well as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for the Offices shown against each with immediate effect.
1. Shri T. Palden 2. Shri H.P. Pradhan. Divisinal Forests Officer, Social Forestry,North District, Mangan, Divisinol Forests Officer, Territorial East District, Gangtok.

Consequently Shri KT. Bhutia, Divisional Forests Officer shall cease to be the Drawing and Disbursing Officer for North Division,. By Order. J.B. Rai, Under Secretary, Finance Department.

No. 2/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 9th April, 1990 Shri R.P. Sharma, Accounts Officer, Education Department, Gyalzing is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for West District with immediate effect vice Shri D.N. 'Sharma, Accounts Officer since transferred. By Order. J.B. Rai, Under Secretary, Finance Department.

By Order. J.B. RAI, Under Secretay, Finance Department. No. 7/Fin.Adnm. Dated Gangtok, the 28th April, 1990. During the absence of Shri Karma Tshering, Deputy Director, Agriculture Department on leave, Shri Bhanu Bhakta Gautam, Regional Project Officer, Ravongla is hereby declared as Head of Office as well as Drawing and Disbursing Officer, for South District, with immediate effect till Shri Karma Tshering returns from

No. 3/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 11th April, 1990. Shri H.R. Sharma, Superintending Engineer is hereby declared as Head of Office for Public Health Engineering

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No. 8/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 28th April, 1990. Shri Pema Wangyal Rinzing, Under Secretary, Election Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Shri Karma Chhophel, Accounts Officer since transferred. By OrderJ.B. RAI, Under Secretary, Finance Department. No. 9/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 28th April, 1990. Shri B.B. Subba, Accounts Officercum-Administrative Officer, Printing Department is hereby declared as Dra-

wing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Shri B.K. Mukhia since transferred. By Order. J,B. RAI, Under Secretary, Finance Department. No. 10/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 30th April, 1990. Shri D.N. Sharma, Accounts Office? (Roads), Sikkim Public Works Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect. By Order. J.B. RAI, Under Secretay, Finance Department.

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PART VII Advertisement and Notices etc. NOTIFICATION No. 1/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 16th April, 1990. The term of the Population Education Cell established in the State Institute of Education under the Education Department through Notification No.SIE/ PEC/ EDN. 441 (PartI)/232 dated 24.5.83, is hereby deemed to have been extended for the period 1st April, 1985 to 31st March 1990. Further, the Government is pleased to extend the term of the said Population Education Cell till the end of the 8th Plan period, during which it shall continue to be manned by the posts as specified in the aforesaid Notification. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. etary, GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM INCOME AND SALES TAX DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No. 130/ST/16(B). Dated Gangtok, the 20th April, 1990. In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (5) of section 8 of the Central Sales Tax Act, 1956 (Central Act 74 of 1956), the State Government hereby directs that the Central Sales Tax at the rate of two percent is leviable on the sales of concentrates namely, zinc, copper and lead as intermidiary products in the course of inter-State trade or Commerce by the Sikkim Mining Corporation, Rangpo, Sikkim. This Notification shall be deemed to have come into force with effect from the 1st day of April, 1990. GP. PRADHAN Secretary-cum-Commissioner, Finance (Income & Sale Tax) Department.

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PART II Notifications regarding appointments, postings, transfers, leave etc. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No. 48/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd May, 1990. Shri Sukadev Das, the former Registrar of this Court, who was appointed on contract basis was relieved from Service with effect from 21st December, 1989, is hereby permitted to encash 30 (thirty) days unutilised earned leave standing at his credit. By Order. T. DORJEE RINZING, Registrar. Gangft B.C. Sharma, Assistant Govt. AdvocateCum-Public Prosecutor with effect from the afternoon of 3oth April 1990, in view of his appointment as Additional District and Sesison Judge, Gangtok vide 0. O. No. 73/G/Est. dated the 28th April 1990. B.P. PRADHAN Joint Secretary, Law Department. NOTIFICATION No. 21(68)LD/Lit/147/90. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, 1990, In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 492 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898, the State Government hereby appoints ShriNarayan Prasad Sharma, Assistant Government Advocate as a Public Prosecutor with immediate effect. His terms of appointment shall be governed by Notification No.21(3)LD/ Lie 89 (1) dated the 7th August, 1984 and he will be entitled to fees as specified in Notification N. 21(3) LD/Lit/84(II) dated the 7th August,1989. B. P. PRADHAN Joint Secretary, Law Department. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 04/Gen/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 8th May, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to upgrade the following posts of Jr. Specialists as Sr. Specialists in the scale of Rs. 2525-4000 with Sl. immediate effect.
No. Existing Post No .of Debitable Budget 1. Jr. Speialist Post Upgraded as Head (Pathology) 1 Sr. Specialist 2210—110—11— 2. Jr. Specialist (Pathology) Centre Referral (Paediatric) 3. Jr. Specialist 1 Sr. Specialist Hospital.Gantok (Orthopaedic) (Paediatric) (1) Salaries. 1 Sr. Specialist 4. Jr. Specialist (Orthopaedic) 1 Sr. Specialist 2210-10-V-Nam(Opathology) (Opthalmo chi-Hospital -1logy) Salaries.

NOTIFICATION No. 49/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May,
1990. Consequent upon the appointment of Shri Bipin Chandra Sharma to the Sikkim Superior Judicial Service vide Government of Sikkim, Establishment Department Office order No. 73/G/Est. dated 28th April, 1990, he is directed to join as Additional District and Sessions Judge, Sikkim at Gangtok with immediate effect. By Order. T. DORJEE, RINZING, Registrar. 1990. No. 51/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 10th May, Hon'ble the Chief Justice has been pleased to create 2(Two) post of Peon,on the High Court Establihment in the pay scale of Rs. 800-12-920/14-1060, with immediate effect. T. DORJEE RIZINNG Registrar, GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK OFFICE ORDER No. 21(l3)LD/Lit/146/90. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to accept the resignation tendered by Shri

By Order. D.K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 93/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 1st May, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to terminate the services of Shri Lobsang Gyaltsen Tenzing, Deputy Superintendentof Police Probationer, Police Department, under Rule 22 of Sikkim Police Service (Recruitment) Rules, 1976 with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department OFFICE ORDER No. 97/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd May, 1990. In pursuance to Government of India Ministry of Defence New Delhi, Notification No. 13658/A-145/DGAFMS/DGI(X)/797/D(Med) dated 12th March 1990 the term of deputation of Surg. Lt. Cdr. (Dr.) R.N. Misra Pathologist, STNM Hospital, Health & Family Welfare Department, is hereby extended for a further period of one year we.f. 2312 89 on the same terms and conditions as mentioned in Notification No. 13658/A-145/DGFMS/DG-l(X)/560-S/D(Med) dated 2.9.87. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 104/Gen/Estt. 1990. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, The present term of deputation of Mr M.C Das Assistant Director Bureau of Economics and Statistics Planning and Development Department, is hereby extended for a further period of six months with effect from 25.12.89 to 30.6.90 on the existing terms and conditions of deputation as amended from time to time subject to condition that no deputation (Duty) Allowance would be admissible during the extendend period of deputation.

OFFICE ORDER No. 105/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, 1990. The following transfers are hereby made in the Agriculture Department with imediate effect:Name & Designation sl. No. Mr. Sonam Choda Bhulia, Mangan Horticulture Officer. (North) 2. Mr. D.J, Tiwari, Horticulture Officer 1. Namchi (South) Vice SI. No. 2 below. Namchi Mangan (North) (South) Vice Sl. No. 1 above. From To

By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 106/Gen/ Estt. 1990. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, In continuation of O.O. No. 1006/ G/Est. dated 21.12.89, the adhoc appointment of Miss Anita Thapa, Statistical Officer, Agriculture Census Office, is deemed to have been extended w.e.f. 1.3.90 to 21.4.90 (AN). By Order. T.L.YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 111/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th May, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission the Governor is pleased to appoint Mr. Jigme Dorjee to the post of Legal Assistant, Police Department. He will draw the basic pay of Rs. 1820/- p.m. in the scale of Rs. 1820-602600/75-3200 plus allowances as admissible under the rules from the date of his joining.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 113/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th May, 1990. The fbllowing transfers and postings are made with immediate effect :— 1) Shri Kasung Shenga, Deputy Secretary, Land Revenue Department is transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary, Local Self Government & Housing Department. 2) Shri C.L. Sharma, Deputy Secretary, Local Self Govt. & Housing Department is transferred and posted as Deputy Sercetary, Land Revenue Department vice Sl. no. (1); 3) Shri Phukyam Bhutia, S.D.M. Gyalshing,West District, is transferred and posted as Assistant Director of Education, North District, Mangan; 4) Shri Mohan Prasad Subba, Text Book Officer (Limbu), Education Department, is transferred and posted as S.D.M. Gyalshing, West District, vice Sl. no. (3); on deputation; 5) Shri P.L. Sharma, Headmaster, Government Secondary School, Okharey, West District, is transferred and posted as Assistant Director of Education, West District, Gyalshing on deputation; 6) Shri D,P. Siktel, Assistant Director of Education, West District, Gyalshing, is transferred and posted as Headmaster, Government Secondary School, Okharey, West Sikkim, vice SI. no. (5) on deputation.

By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department OFFICEORDER No.l28/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 11th May, 1990. Consequent on his completion of his 12 weeks training in District Development Planning' in U.K., Shri D.R. Nepal, then D.D.O. (East), Rural Development Department, is herbey posted as Deputy Secretary, Rural Development Department vice Shri D.P. Kaleon with immediate effect. By Order. K.P. ADH1KARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 130/(Gen)/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 11th May, 1990. The following Departmental transfers and postings of Officers are hereby; made in the Sikkim Nationalised Trans port Department with immediate effect.
SI. Name & Designation No. 1. 2. 3. Divisional Engineer (South) Namchi. Transferred & posted as Asstt. Superintendent of Transport,Gyalshing. Asstt.Superintendent of Transport Siliguri. Asstt. Mechanical Engineer, Rangpo,

By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 125/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 10th May, 1990.

Shri Jiwan Tshering Bhutia, Asstt, Superintendent of Transport, Siliguri. Shri CD. Subba, Asstt. Superintendent of Transport, Gyalshing.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 131/Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 11th May, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order the following transfers and postings with immediate effect. (1) Shri P.K. Pradhan, IAS, Secretary, R.D.D. and Excise Department is transferred and appointed as Home Secretary.He will also hold the charge of Vigilance Department; (2) Shri Sonam wangdi, IAS, Secretary, S.N.T. and Labour Departments is transferred and appointed as Development Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Planning & Development Department. (3) Shri M.K. Pradhan, PCE-cum-Secre-tary, P.H.E. Department, is transferred and appointed as Secretary, S.N.T. and Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Chandmari Workshop & Automobiles Ltd; (4) Shri N.S. Lepcha, Chief Engineer and Exofficio Secretary, Irrigation Department, is redesignated as Chief Engi-neer-cumSecretary, Irrigation Department. He will also hold the charge of P.H.E. Department held by Shri M.K. Pradhan; (5) Shri N.D. Chingapa, IAS, Resident Commissioner, New Delhi, is transferred and appointed as Secretary, SC/ST Welfare Department; (6) Kum. C.K.Cintury, IAS, M.D. SIDI-CO, is appointed as Secretary, Culture Department. She will also hold the charge of M.D. SIDICO; (7) Shri D.K. Gajmer, IAS, Secretary, Establishment Department, will also hold the charge of Information and Public Relations Department; (8) Shri Tashi Densapa, Secretary, SC/ST Welfare Department and Culture Department, is transferred and appointed as Resident Commissioner, New Delhi; (9) Shei L.B. Chhetri, PCE-cum- Secretary, Roads& Bridges and Industries Department is transferred and appointed as Secretary, Industries and Rural Development Departments. (lO)Shri T.T. Lepcha, Chief Engineer, Roads & Bridges Department, is

(ll)Shri P.T. Gyamtso, IAS, Director-cumSecretary, Printing Department is appointed as Secretary, Labour and Printing Departments. 12. Shri Tensoong Gyatso, IAS, Secretary to Chief Minister, will hold the additional charge of Excise Department. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 135/Gen/ Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 14th May, 1990. Mr. P.L. Rai, Assistant Director (North), Education Department, is hereby transferred and posted as Project Officer (NationalLiteracy Mission) South/ West/ Education Department, with headquarters On transfer, he will carry his own pay and scale. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ODER No. 137/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 14th May, 1990. The Governor is pleased to promote the following Medical Officers as Senior Specialist on various Specialisation in the Health & Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs. 2525-75-3200-EB-100-4000 in an officiating capacity in the same department from the date of joining as under :1. Dr. Yogesh Verma as Senior Specialist (Pathology) STNM Hospital. 2. Dr. (Miss) Kalyani Rai as Senior Specialist (Paediatric) STNM Hospital. 3. Dr. Ajey Raj Adhikari as Senior Specialist (Orthopaedic) STNM Hospital. 4. Dr. C.B. Rai, as Senior Specialist (Optholmoiogy) District Hospital, Namchi. 5. Dr. Namgyal Tshering Sherpa as Senior

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1. Their officiating promotion will not confer any right for regular promotion and will not be counted for seniority. 2. Regular promotion will be reekoned from the date of recommendation by tie Sikkim Public Service Commission. D. K. GAJMER Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 145/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 18th May, 1990 Shri K.S. Rao, a member of Indian Administrative Service, borne on the Cadre of Assam Meghalaya posted as Special Commissioner - cum - Secretary, Planning & Development Department, Government of Sikkim is relieved of his assignment under the Government of Sikkim w.e.f. the afternoon of 25.4.1990. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary Establishment Department, OFFICE ORDER No, 150/Gen/Estt Dated Gangtok, the 19th May, 199©. In partial amendment of Office Order No. 668/Gen/Est dated 21.9.1985, and O.O. No. 631/Gen/Est. dated 13.9.85 the following members of the State Civil Service are deemed to have been promoted to the grade of Deputy Secretary w.e.f. .31.7.84:1. Shri D.R. Kharel 2. Smt. Kunga Gyamtso 3. Shri S.K. Gautam 4. Smt. Nim Yethenpa 5. Km. G.D. Gurung. While fixation of pay on notional basis will be allowed from the deemed date of promotion, arrears on account of such re-fixation shall be paid w.e.f. 10.5.90 only. By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 156(G) Est. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd May, 1990. Mr. K.R. Gyaltshen, Functional Manager, D.I.C, Jorethang, Industries Department who was deputed to SIDIC.O. vide Office Order No. 1424/G/Est of 13.8.1986 is hereby reverted back to his parent Department with immediate effect. Consequntly the service of Mr. Edward Lepcha, Functional Manager, D.I. C. Jorethang, Industries Department are hereby placed at the disposal of the SIDICO on deputation with effect from the date he takes over the charge of his own new assignments. While on deputation Mr. Lepcha's services shall be governed by the terms and conditions as stipulated under this Department Notification No. 5(213)100/ G/Est of 18.7.1981. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 162/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd May, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order the following transfers and postings with immediate effect :1) Shri Kunzang Chultim Lepcha, Under Secretary, Land Revenue Department, is transferred and posted as S.D.M. Mangan; 2) Smt. Samten Dolma, S.D.M. Mangan, is transferred and posted as Under Secretary, Land Revenue Department vice serial No. (1). By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 166/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd May, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint Shri AK. Pradhan, Managing

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Director, State Trading Corporation of Sikkim in the rank of Secretary to the Government of Sikkim. By Order. D. K. GAZMER Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 167/Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd May, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order the following transfer and postings with immediate effect :1) Shri T.P. Sharma, IAS, Secretary, Food & Civil Supplies Department, is transferred and posted as Secretary, Labour and Ecclesiastical Department; 2) Shri S.W. Tenzing, IAS, is appointed as Secretary, Food and Civil Supplies Department vice Serial No. (1). By Order. D.K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 854/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 1st May, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission Dr. Krishna Bahadur Gurung, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer (Health Guide) Chungthang PHC under Health and Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs1820-60-2600-EB-75-3200 w.e.f. the date of his joining. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/p.m. in the above scale plus other allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual he will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and conditions of service will be as laid down in the Memorandum No. 240/G/Est. dated 10.4.90. The inter-se-seniority shall be on the

OFFICE ORDER No. 146/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 18th May, 1990. Shri R.B. Mukhia, IAS, Addl. Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim shall retire from service on superannuation w.e.f. 30 6.90 (AN) in accordance with rule 16 of all India Service (Death-cumRetirement Benfits) Rules, 1958. By Order. D. K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 138/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 15th May, 1990. The following intradepartmental transfers are hereby made in the Local Self Govt. & Housing Department with immediate effect.
SI. Name & Designation No. 1. Mr. K.S. Rai, Assistant Executive Officer (Officiating), Gangtok. 2. Mr. Tshering Namgyal, Bazar Officer, South & West Districts, Jorethang. Transferred to Ba zar Officer (Officiating)^ South and West Districts, Jorethang Assistant Executive Officer, Gangtok.

By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No: 35(31) 88-89/66/RDD/P. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, 1990. In exercise of power conferred by Sections 20.21 (1), 26(1) 26(2) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 Shri Dhan Prasad Subba and Shri Jag Bahadur Chettri are hereby removed from the posts of Sabhapati and Sachiva of 20 Hee Gram Panchayat respectively and in the resultant vacancies Shri Needup Bhutia and Jangdhoj Subba have been elected as Sabha-

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NOTIFICATION No: 35(45)88-89-67/RDD/P. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, 1990. In exercise of power conferred by Section 26(1) & 26(2) of the Sikkim Panchayat Act, 1982 Shri Buddhiman Tam-' ang is hereby removed from the post of Sachiva of 34 Soreng Gram Panchayat and in the resultant vacancy of Shri Man Bahadur Chettri has been elected as Sachiva of above Gram Panchayat with immediate effect. P.K. PRADHAN Commissioner-cum-Secretary and Director of Panchayat Election

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT & HOUSING DEPTT. NOTIFICATION No. 6(161)LSGHD/90/ Dated Gangtok, the 10th May, 1990. Government of Sikkim is pleased to declare every Tuesday as the Hat Day for Rorathang Bazar with immediate effect. R.S. BASNETT, Secretary.

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Orders, Press Notes etc. FINANCE DEPARTMENT No. 11/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, 19S0. During the absence of Shri R.P. Sharma, Accounts Officer Education Department, Gyalzing on leaves, Shri D.P. Sikdal, Assistant Director, Education Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect till Shri Sharma's return from leave. By Order. J.B. Rai, Under Secretary, Finance DepartmentNo. 12/Fin.Adum. Dated Gangtok, the 5th May, East District with immediate effect vice Shri Zeoland Christopher since transferred. By Order. J.B. RAI, Under Secretary, Finance Department. No. 17/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 15th May,

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Dr.R.KChhetri, Chief MedicalOfficerSingtam Hospital is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect. By Order. J.B. Rai, Under Secretary, Finance Department, OFFICE ORDER No. 19/Fin.ADM Dated Gangtok, the 19th May, 1990. Shri S. Mitra, Deputy Director, Bureau of Economics and Statistics Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect. Consequently this Department Office Order No- 59/Fin/Adm of 18. 1. 1990. declaring Mrs Jyotsna Subba, Assistant Director, Bureau of Economics and Statistics Department as Drawing and Disbursing Officer shall stand withdrawn. By OrderJ.B. RAI, Under Secretary, Finance Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 20/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 21st May, 1990. During the absence of Dr. B.S. Basnett, Secretary, Agriculture Department, on leave with effect from 14.5.90 Shri S. Lama, Director, Agriculture Department is allowed to exercise financial powers of

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Shri R.P. Subba, Accounts Officer, Land Use and Enviroment Cell of Forests Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect. By Order. J.B. RAI, Under Secretay, Finance Department No. 15/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 8th May, 1990. Shri S.T. Lachungpa, Conservator of Forests is hereby declared as Head of Office for wild life Circle of the Forest Department with immediate effect. By Order. J. B. RAI. Under Secretary, Finance Department. No. 16/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 15th May,

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Shri D,K. Gurung, Accounts Officer, Education Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for

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Notifications regarding appointments, postings, transfers, leave etc. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No. 53/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 1st June, 1990. Hon'ble the Chief Justice has been pleased to appoint Mrs Tshering Dolkar, Private Secretary of this Court as Reader, purely on temporary basis, with immediate effect, on the same pay scale which she is drawing in her present post of Private Secretary. Further, Mrs Tshering Dolkar, shall continue to hold the additional charge of Private Secretary until further ordersT. DORJEE RINZING Registrar. NOTIFICATION No. 55/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 6th June, 1990. Hon'ble the Chief Justice has been pleased to create l(one)post of Driver, on the High Court Establishment, in the pay scale of Rs. 910-15-1030/20-1290, with immediate effect. T. DORJEE RINZING Registrar. NOTIFICATION No. 58/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 14th June, 1990. Hon'ble the Chief Justice, High Court of Sikkim has been pleased to appoint Mrs Matilda Isaacs, in a temporary, capa- . city to the post of Private Secretary, in the High Court Establishment, in the pay scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600/75-3200, plus other allowances as admissible under the rules, with immediate effect. T. DORJEE RINZING, Registrar. OFFICE OF |THE CHIEF SECRETARY GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM litue an Administrative Reforms Commission with a view to improving the administrative efficienty in the State Government. The Governor of Sikkim is, therefore, pleased to constitute an Administrative Reforms Commission to be headed by Shri T.P. Sharma IAS, as Chairman. The terms of reference of the Commission shall be notified separately. K. C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary. HOME DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 99/Home/(17(13)75/LR) Dated Gangtok, the 13th June, 1990. In partial modification of the Notification No.21/HS/88 dated the 25th July 1988, the Government of Sikkim is pleased to nominate the following representativs of Department of Posts, Government of India, as members of the State Level Co-ordination Committee (Postal Administration) with immediate effect ;(1) Chief Post Master General, Calcutta. (2) Post Master General, Siliguri. (3) Director of Postal Services, Gangtok. The Secretary to the Government Sikkim, of Land Revenue Department, would be the member Secretary of this Co-ordination Committee. P.K. PRADHAN, Home Secretary. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 10/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th June, 1990. The Governor is pleased to redesignate and change head-quarters of the

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2. Junior Ep-edimiologist, Deorali, 3. Superintendent, S.V.H. Deorali.

Senior Veterinay Officer, Rangpo Checkpost. Senior Veterinary Officer, Ravongla.

D. K. GAJMER Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 12/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 14th June, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create 100 (One hundred) post of Drivers in the scale of Rs. 910-15-1030EB-20-1290 in Sikkim Nationalised Transport Department with immediate effect. The expenditure shall be debitable to the budget Head - "3055-Road Transport - 201 - S.N.T. -(b) Operation ( 1 ) Salaries (Plan) under Demand No. 49. By Order. D.K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 13/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 16th June, 1990. The Governor is pleased to sanction creation of two posts of Additional Chief Engineer (Electrical) in the Power Department in the pay scale of Rs. 3700-1254700-150-5000 with immediate effect. The expenditure on above posts shall be debited to the Plan Budget under the Head of Account "2801-80-Gen-001Director & Administration". By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. ADDENDUM TO NOTIFICATION No. 180/Gen/Est. DT. 4.9-89. No. 15/Gen/Estt. Dated

Est of 4.7.89 shall stand replaced by the following pre-revised scales of pay :1. Grade III - Rs. 920-20-1060-EB-251210-EB-30-1600. 2. Grade II - Rs. 1030-25-1280-EB30- 1580 -EB- 351755. 3. Grade I - Rs- 1100-25-1350- EB30- 1650 - EB -40 1850. This is in supersession of entry in the column 4 against SI.No. 76 in Schedule 18 of the Sikkim Government Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 1986, pertaining to the Health and Family Welfare Department. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment DepartmentNOTIFICATION No. 19/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd June, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction Special Allowance to the Electrician and Lineman posted in the S.T.N.M. Hospital under the Health and Family Welfare Department at the rates indicated below and to insert the same in Appendix V of the Sikkim Govern-ment Services (revised Pay) Rules, 1986 with immediate effect :SI. Name of the post No. (1) Electrician (2) Lineman Rate of Special 120/-per Allowance Rs month. 90/-per Rs

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D.K. PRADHAN, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 21/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 26th June, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create two regular posts of Research Officer in the pay scale of Rs. 1820-602600-EB-75-3200 for the Law Commission under Law Department with effect 1st July, 1990.

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NOTIFICATION No. 87/(Gen)/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd June, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to redesignate the pest of District Malaria Officer in the scale of Rs. 2525-4000/as.the Deputy Director (Malaria) with immediate effect. By Order. K. P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department, OFFICE ORDER No. 167/Gcn/Estf. ' Dated Gangtok, the 7th June, 1990. The following transfers is hereby made in the Health and Family Welfare Department with immediate effect. 1. Dr. (Mrs) Uma Pradhan, Consultant (Gynaecology and Obs.), ST. N.M. Hospital, Gangtok is transferred to District Hospital, Namchi, alongwith her post. 2. Dr. (Mrs) Pema Uden Tasho, Medical Officer, (Health Guide) Phensong PHSC, presently attached to S.T. N.M. Hospital, is transferred as Medical Officer, Melli PHC. On transfer they will carry their own pay and scale. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 194/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 1st June, 1990. Miss Aarti Rai, Post Graduate Teacher, Deorali Senior Secondary School, Education Department, is hereby allowed to officiate as Principal, Deorali Senior Secondary School w.e.f. 1.5.90 until further orders. This officiating arrangement shall not confer any right for her regular promotion or absorption in this grade She shall draw her own pay allowances in her own scale plus an honour-

arium of Rs. 200/-p.m. during the period of officiation. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 196/Gen/ Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd June, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order the following transfers and postings with immediate effect : 1) Smt. Jemima Pradhan, Deputy Director, Tourism Department, Govt, of Sikkim, New Delhi, is trasferred and posted as Deputy Director, Tourism Department, Govt, of Sikkim, Gangtok and posted in the Head Office;
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Shri T.T. Bhutia, Deputy Director, Tourism Department, Head Office, Gangtok, is transferred and posted as Deputy Director, Tourism Department, Govt, of Sikkim, New Delhi. By Order. D. K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 212/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 11th June, 1990. Major (Retired) B. Tshe'ring is appointed as Secretary, Rajya Sainik Board on Contract basis for a period of one year with effect from 10.5.90 on the consolidated pay of Rs. 3,000/-p.m. The Services rendered by him with effect from 7.5.90 to 9.5-90 is treated as ad-hoc appointment on the consolidated pay of Rs. 3,000/-p.m. His service on contract shall be governed by the terms and condition as laid down in the Notification No. J(14) 20(Gen)/Estt. dated 16.4.87. By Order. K. P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 223/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 13th June, 1990. Consequent upon redesignation and change of the head quarters of the posts vide Notification No: 10/Gen/Est. of 7.690, the following transfers and pos-tings are hereby made in the Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services Department with immediate effect.
SI, Name & No, Designation; 1. Transferred from. Transferred
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Senior - Medico - Legal Specialist with effect from 7.1.87 in the scale of Rs. 252575-3200-EB-100-4000. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 246/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 19th June, 1990. 1. The following five Sub-Inspectors who have been promoted as Police Inspectors in officiating capacity are hereby posted in their new rank as follows :SI. Name No. (1) Shri A.K.Sundas, Officiating P.I (Crime Branch) (2) Shri Dilip Kumar Rai. Officiating P.I., Crime Branch Officiating P. I. Crime Branch (3) Shri Nev Raj Dhakal, Officiating PJi, Crime Branch O.C,/ Lacbung (4) Shri Tenzing Mapen, Officiating P.l i, Reserve Line Officiating P.I., S.B. Gangtok Officiating P.I., S.B. Gangtok (5) Shri Dup Pintso, O.C. Singtam Officiating P.I. S.B. Gangtok Transferred & posted as

Dr.C.P. Upreti. Head Office Senior Veterinary Asstt. Director, Gangtok. Officer, Pakyong Sub(Ext. & Training). Division. 2 Dr. B. Badola, Rangpo Sr. Veterinary Sr. Veterinary Officer. . Officer. Check-post- Soreng Sub-Division. 3. Dr. Nima Tseten Bhutia. Junior Sr. Veterinary Epidimiologist. Deorali Officer, Gangtok. Rangpo Cfiek-post. He will also look after the Slaughter House, Mazitar. Dr- S,L. Kuwar, Rohtak Jr. Poultry Jr, Poultry, TechnoloTechnologist. gist, Karfektar. He will also supervise the activities of Rohtak Farm, 5. Dr, W. Babu Rao State Veteri- Sr. Veterinary, Officer, Superintendent. nary Hospital, Ravongla Farm, Deorali.

By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary; Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 225/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 13th June,

2. Further, Shri T.N. Sharma, Police Inspector is transferred and posted as PI. in Crime Branch. By Order. K.P. ADHIKAR1, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 254(G) Est. Dated Gangtok, the 20th June, 1990. In partial modification of this Department Office Order No. 124/G/Estt. dated 30.4.85 Mr. G.R. Sharma, presently

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In partial amendment of Office Order No. 1427/G/EST. Dated 28.3.90, Mr. Sunil Pradhan, Fisheries Inspector, Fisheries Wing, Forest Department, is deemed to have been promoted to the post of Assistant Fisheries Development Officer w.e.f. 28.3.90. By Order. D.K. GAJMER,

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OFFICE ORDER No. 263/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd June, 1990 Shri Tashi Namgyl IPS (SK 1970|), Inspector General of Police (SAP and Radio Communication), Sikkim is hereby permitted to retire from Government service with effect from 30.6.1990 (AN) in accordance with Rule 16(2A) of all India Service (Deaih-cum-Retirement) Benefits) Rules 1958. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, "Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 286/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 27th June, 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint Mr. S.T. Lachungpa, IFS, Conservator of Forest (Wild Life), Forest Department, to the Selection grade of Rs. 4100-125; 4850-150-5300 w.e.f. 1.4.90. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 301/Gen/ Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 28th June, 1990. Shri N.C. Das, Assistant Director, Bureau of Economics & Statistics is hereby relieved of his assignment on expiry of the period of deputation on the afternoon of 30.6.90. By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER

cation No. 07/GEN/EST. of 2.6.90, Miss Dawa Lhaki Lama. District Malaria Officer, N.M.E.P. under Health & Family Welfare Department is hereby designated as Deputy Director (Malaria), with immediate effect. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 304/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th June, 1990. In continuation of O.O- No- 581/G/ Est. dated 17 8.89 the adhoc appointment of Ms. Arati Rai, as P- G. T. (Nepali), Deorali Senior Secondary School, Education Department, is hereby extended till 15.12.90. By Order. T. L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 308/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th June, 1990. Shri Pern Tshering Bhutia, Statistical Officer, Sikkim Nationalised Transport is transferred to the Bureau of Economics and Statistics as Statistical Officer with immediate effect :By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 309/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th June, 1990. The services of Shri Anand Lama, who is appointed as Statistical Officer in the Bureau of Economics and Statistics on ad-hoc basis, is terminated with effect from afternoon of 30-6.90.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 310/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th June, On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, the Governor is pleased to promote the following Technical Assistants of the Bureau of Economics & Statistics as Statistical Officers in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EB75-3200 on regular basis with immediate effect: 1. Shri Pema Wangyal Bhutia; 2. Shri Nirmal Darnal. Consequently Shri Pema Wangyal Bhutia is posted in the Bureau of Economics & Statistics against an existing vacancy and Shri Nirmal Darnal is transferred and posted as Statistical Officer in the Sikkim Nationalised Transport Department. They shall be on probation for one year. Their inler-se'-seniority in the grade of Statistical Officer shall be in the same order as is shown above, irrespective of their date of taking charge of Statistical Officer. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 311/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th June, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint Shri P.K. Pradhan, IAS, as Additional Chief Secretary, to the Government of Sikkim with effect from 1st July 1990. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER

(1) Shri Pasong Namgyal, IAS, Secretary, Health & Family Welfare Department, will also hold the additional charge of Secretary, Ecclesiastical Department; (2) Kum. CK. Cintury, IAS., Secretary, Culture Department will also hold the additional charge of Secretary, Labour Department; By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. HEALTH AND SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No:l/S.W. Dated Gangtok, the 15th June 1990. Pursuant to recommendation of the Ministry of Welfare, Government of India in consultation with Planning Commission, the State Government has approved upward revision of the rate of grant for maintenance of the Destitute Children's Homes from Rs. 150/- to Rs. 250/-per child per month w.e.f. 1st April, 1990. The organisations running such institutions are to ensure that minimum level of facilities and welfare services conducive for growth development and rehabilitation of the children of the respective Destitute Children's Homes is provided on priority basis.

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PASONG NAMGYAL Secretary, Government of Sikkim. NOTIFICATION No. 2/S.W. Dated Gangtok, the 16th June, 1990. Following decision of the Central Social Welfare Board to extend the pensionary/ gratuity benefits to the employees of the Sikkim State Social Welfare Advisory Board, the State Government' is pleased to confirm the earlier decision of the then Council of Ministers to ex-tend the State Govt. Pensionary/Gratuity

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State Government and the Central Social Welfare Board. For this purpose, the Sikkim Government Retirement Benefits Rules will be applicable in toto for the employees of the State Social Welfare Advisory Board, Sikkim. By Order. PASONG NAMGYAL Secretary, Government of Sikkim.

March, 1988 it is hereby notified for the information of meat vendors and public of Sikkim in general that the revised rates of various types of meat are as given below: Sl. Types of Meat No. 1. 2. 3. Mutton Beef/Buflfaloe Pork Approved Price per kg. Rs. 42-00 Rs. 18-00 - Rs. 28-00

GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND VETY. SERVICES KRISHI BHAWAN, TADONG, GANGTOK. NOTIFICATION No. 20(l)/80-81/62/AH & VS. Dated Todong, the 14th June, 1990. In supersession^ of Notification No. 332/AH&VS. dated Gangtok, the 3rd

This rate shall come into force with immediate effect. Any contravention of this Notification shall be severely dealt. By Order. DIRECTOR Animal Husbandry & Vety. Services.

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Press Notes etc. FINANCE DEPARTMENT No. 27/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 7th June, 1990 Shri Tashi Tamang, Accounts Officer, Co-operation Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect. Consequently Shri S. K. Gautam, Deputy Registrar, (Head Quarter), Cooperation Department shall cease to act as Drawing and Disbursing officer. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 29/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 14th June, 1990. During the absence of B.K. Pradhan, Accounts Officer, Raj Bhavan on leave, Sheri L.T. Lepcha, Accounts Officer, Pay and Accounts Officer, Gangtok, is hereby declared as drawing and disbursing Officer with immediate effcet. Further, Shri Lepcha is authorised to sign the cheque pertaining to Raj Bhavan until further order. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary Finance Department. No. 30/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 15th June, 1990. Shri B.N. Trikhatri, Accounts Officer, Building and Housing Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect vice Shri J.B- Rai, accounts Officer since transferred. Further, K.P. Mothai, Divisional Engineer, Building and Housing Department on leave, Shri M.K. Pradhan, Assistant Engineer, is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer, for South District with immediate effect till Shri KPMothai returns from leave-By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Departments No. 32/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 20th June, 1990. Shri Karma Peda, Joint Director, Fisheries wing of Forests Department is allowed to continue to exercise financial powers of Drawing and Disbursing Officer. By Order B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department.

GAZETTE 68 SIKKIM GOVT. PART VII Advertisement and Notices etc. GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION DATED GANGTOK THE 25.6.90. No. 20 /GEN/EST. In order to remove stagnation in promotion of Junior Engineers the Govern-ment of Sikkim, in exercise of the powers conferred by rule 30 of the Sikkim State Engineering (Civil, Electrical and Mechanical) Services Rules, 1989, is hereby pleased to relax the provisons of sub-rule (2) of rule 7 of the said rules and decide that the proportion of vacancies to be filled in accordance with clauses (a) and (b) of sub-rule (1) of rule 7 in the year 1990-91 shall be as follows:(a) in respect of the post of Assistant Engineer (Civil) 372/1, 62 2/1respectively; (b) in respect of the post of Assistant Engineer (Mechanical) 50 : 50, respectively; and (c) in respect of the post of Assistant Engineer, (Electrical) 50:50, respectively. JUNE 1990.

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No: SKM/GOV/136/90 Dated Gangtok, the 19th July, 1990. The Goverr.or of Sikkim is pleased to sanction leave on full allowances for 5 (five) days w.e.f. 8.7.1990 to 12.7.1990 with permission to suffix July 13,1990 (Bhanu Jayanti) to Shri Justice R. Dayal, Judge, High Court of Sikkim, in continuation of 13 days leave already sanctioned to him w.e.f. 25.6.1990. to 7.7.1990 with permission to prefix Sunday, June 24, 1990. G.K. Subba. Secretary to Governor of Sikkim. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No. 65/HC Dated Gangtok, the 18th July, 1990. The Hon'ble Chief Justice, High Court of Sikkim, has been pleased to order that Shri Tsewang Dorjee Rinzing, a member of the Sikkim Superior Judicial Service, who has been holding additional charge of Registrar of Sikkim High Court in addition to his own duties as District and Sessions Judge, Sikkim, shall cease to function as Registrar, High Court of Sikkim, with effect from 237. 1990 (forenoon). Consequent upon the vacancy following the above orders, Shri Bipin Chandra Sharma, a member of Sikkim Superior Judicial Service, presently working as Additional District and Sessions Judge, Sikkim, is appointed as the Registrar, High Court of Sikkim, with effect from the aforesaid date on his own pay and allowances. Shri Bipin Chandra Sharma shall also be entitled to draw Rs. 200/-Rupees two hundred) only as Special allowance as admissible under the High Court Establishment (Appointment & Condition of Service) Rules, 1979. T. DORJEE RINZING,

shall be under going training with effect from 23rd August, 1990 to 22nd September, 1990 at Guwahati. During his absence Shri Tashi Wangdi, Civil Judgecum-Judicial Magistrate, (South) shall remaim incharge of the Office and Court of the former in addition to his own duties. Shri Tashi Wangdi shall attend the Court of Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (West) with effect from 10th to 13th September, 1990 to deal with the urgent matters, if any at Gyalshing. By Order. T. DORJEE, Registrar. HOME DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No.l03/Home/90. Dated Gangtok, the 19th July, 1990. In furtherance of the Notification No: 101/Home/90 dated 30th June, 1990, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint :Shri T.P. Sharma, IAS, as Chairman, Administrative Reforms Commission; and Secretary, Land Revenue; Secretary, Establishment; and Shri M.L. Malhotra, Principal, Accounts Training Centre as Members. Shri S.K. Bardewa, presently Joint Director, Planning and Development Department, will act as full time Secretary to the Commission. Except the Chairman, all other members of the Commission will be part-time members. The terms and reference of the Commission will be as follows :1 (i) To review the entire administrative set up in the State examine its workload, operational effectiveness in offices of all the Government Departments and and suggest measures for strengthening, curtailment, adjustment etc. wherever necessary,

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divisional Offices and suggest simplified procedures, definite and intelligible and avoidable delay and vexation to the public. (iii) To examine manpower requirement of various government departments and semi - government organisations and suggest modus. operandi of selection, appropriate training both within and outside the State and their absorption in a planned manner. (iv) To review the adequacy of delegation of powers, both general and financial, at various levels of governmental organisation with a view to encouraging responsibility and initiative at all levels and securing expeditious disposal of government business. (v) To review the existing career planning of All India Service Officers [and State Civil Service Officers [and suggest measures to improve their efficiency. The Commission may visit various 2. 'district headquarters and departments of the State and hold meetings and discussions with them if necessary. 3. The Commission may coopt any expert or person have specialised knowledge of any subject as may be necessary its work. 4. The Commission may formulate its own procedure take studies. 5. The Commission submit its report within a period of 18 months. 6. The departments and and officers of the Government will provide necessary information and such other assistance to the Commission as may be required by it. 7. The staff consisting of the following will be provided to the Commission by the Government:i. Secretary to the Commission -1 ii. Deputy Secretary -1 iii. Stenographers -2 iv. LDC-cum- Typist -1 v- Peons -2 V I. Drivers -2 The expenditure on the salary of Chairman and staff provided for the Commission and other ancillary sha11 be debitable to the Demand No; 11,

man shall have the same financial powers as that of Secretary to the Government as delegated under the Sikkim Financial Rules. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Department. BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF SIKKIM. K.C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 23/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th July, 1990. The Governor is pleased to redesignate the post of D.F.O. (Sericulture) as Deputy Director (Sericulture) in the scale of Rs. 2525-4000/- in the Forests Department with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 24/(Gen)/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th July, 1990. The Governor is pleased to sanction the following posts under the Health and Family Welfare Department with immediate effect :Sl. Name of the No. post 1. Assistant Engineer (Civil) Scale No, of post Buget Head created Rs. 1820-601 2600/75-3200 001-Dir and Adm." Junior Engineer Rs, 1410-30"2210-01(Civil) 1560/40-1800/ 001-Dir. 50-2300 and Adm. Lady Rs. 1410-30-1560/40-1800/ "2211. Health 50-2300 Family Visitor Welfare. D.K. PRADHAN, 101 RFWS' Under (CSS)". "2210-01-

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NOTIFICATION No. 25/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 31st July, 1990. The Governor is pleased to sanction creation of the following posts under New & Renewable Sources of Energy/ Integrated Rural Energy Programme Cells of the Rural Development Department with immediate effect :SI. No. 1• 2. Name of the post Assistant Project Officer L.D.C./Typist No. of post Created 2 (Two) 1 (One) Scale of pay

The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order that Shri T.P. Sharma, IAS,

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The expenditure will be debitable to budget head "2810-101-60-800 (1) 1". By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 318/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd July, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Dr. (Miss) Namgay Shenga, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer, S.T.N.M. Hospital, Health & Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600 -Eb-75-3200-w.e.f. the date of her joining. She will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/-p.rn. in the above scale plus other allowanpes as admissible under the rules. As usual, she will be on probation for a period of one year, other terms and conditions of service will be as laid down in the memorandum No. 2796/G/ Est. dated 29.6.90. The inter-se-seniority shall be on the basis of merit declared by the S.P.S.C. vide letter No. S.P.S.C./2(XIX) 89/845 dated 21.5.1990. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER

Chairman, Administrative Reforms Commission, will hold the rank of Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim, with effect from 1-7-90. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 325/(Gen)/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd July, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to place the services of Shri T.P Ghimirey, IAS, at the disposal of SIMFED for appointment as Managing Director on deputation. By Order. D. K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 326/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd July, 1990. Shri P.D. Tashi, IAS, Managing Director, SIMFED, is reverted and posted as Director, Information and Public Relations Department Government of Sikkim, with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 327/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd July, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order the following transfers and postings with immediate effect :(1) Shri P.T. Gyamtso, IAS, Secretary, Printing Department, will also hold the additional charge of Secretary, Information & Public Relations Department; (2) Shri L.T. Tonyot, IAS, Joint Secretary, Land Revenue Department, is

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Electoral Officer, Election Department; Shri B.K. Kharel, Joint Chief Electoral Officer, is transferred and posted as Joint Secretary, Land Revenue Department, vice Shri L.T. Tonyot; Shri DR Nepal Deputy Secretary. Rural Development Department, is transferred and posted as D.D.O. East; Shri S.C Gupta, IAS, D.D.O. East, is transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary, Rural Development Department, vice Shri D.R Nepal;' Shri Kunga Nima, D.D.O. West, is transferred and posted as Project Director, S.R.D.A. on deputation; Shri K.K. Kafley, S.D.M. Sore'ng, is transferred and posted as D.D.O. West, on his own pay and allowances; Shri Arun Kumar Yadav, IAS, O.S.D. Planning and Development Department, is transferred and posted as S.D.M. Soreng; Shri D.R. Kharel, Project Officer, S.R.DA- is transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary, Planning and Development Department; Shri Sonam Dorjee, Under Secretary, Rural Development Department, is transferred and posted as D.D.O. South, on his own pay and allowances; Shri K. Jayakumar, IAS, D.D.O. South, is transferred and appointed as Secretary, SIMFED; Dr. Anil Kumar Mainra, IFS, Secretary, SIMFED, is relieved from the additional charge of Secretary, SIMFED; Shri K.K. Pradhan, Deputy Secretary, Law Department, is transferred and posted as D.D.O. North; Shri Gyan Prakash Upadhyaya, IAS, D.D.O. North, is transferred and

No. 329/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 4th July, 1990. Dr. Ngawang Kentse son of Shri Chewang Chophel, is hereby appointed as Amji S.T.N.M. Hospital, under Health & Family Welfare Department on contract basic for one year w.e.f. the date of his joining. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/ p.m. in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EB75-3200 plus other allowances as admissible under the rules. As mutually agreed upon and accepted by him, his service on contract shall be governed by the terms and conditions as laid down in this Department's Notification No. J (14) 20/Gen/Est. dated 16. 4.87. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 330/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 5th July, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Dr. (Mrs) Ima Pradhan, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer, (Urban Family Welfare), S.T.N.M. Hospital, Health & Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EB-75-3200 W.e.f. the date of her joining. She will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/-p m. in the above scale plus other allowances as admissible under the rules As usual, she will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and conditions of service will be as laid down in the Memorandum No. 2817/G/ Est. dated 29.6.90.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 335/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th July, 1990. The Governor is pleased to promote Mr. Karma Tshering Bhutia, S.F.S, to the Senior Scale of Rs. 2525-75-3200-Eb-1004000 of the Sikkim State Forest Service and to continue his posting as DF.O. (Land Use & Environment Cell), Namchi, Forest Department, with immediate effect. As usual, he shall be on probation for a period of one year. By Order. T. L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 337/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th July, 1990. On the recommendation of the. Sikkim Public Service Commission, Dr. (Miss), Rinzing Lhamu, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer, S.T.N.M. Hospital, Health & Family Welfare Department in the Scale of Rs. 1820-602600-Eb-74-3200 w.e.f. the date of her joining. She will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/-p.m. in the above scale plus other allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, she will be on probation for a period of one* year. Other terrns and conditions of service will be as laid down in the Memorandum No. 2799/G/ Est. dated 29.6.90. The inter-se-ssniority shall be on the basis of merit declared by the SPSC vide letter No. S.P.S.C./2(XIX)89/845 dated 21.5.90 By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER

Forest Department, is hereby promoted as Deputy Director (Sericulture) in the, scale of Rs. 2525-75-3200-Eb-100-4000 with effect from the date he makes charge of the post. As usual, he shall be on probation for one year. By Order. T.L.YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, * Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 339/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th July, 1990. The following postings & transfers of the Inspectors of Police are hereby made with immediate effect.
SI. No. 1. 2. 3. Name Designation Transferred & Posted to Shri Budha Br. Rai, Inspector 'Namchi Inspector Geyzing Court. Court. Shri P.K. Basnett, Police Inspector SB(NamInspector Vigilance Dechi) partment Gangtok. Shri Dilip Tamang, Inspector Geyzing Inspector, Namchi Court Court.

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T. DHONDUP, Officer on Special Duty, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 340/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th July, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint the following Secretaries to the Government of Sikkim in the Selection Grade of Indian Administrative Service i.e. Rs. 4800-150-5700 w.e.f. the date shown against their name :1. Shri T.T. Dorjee, IAS, - 1.1.89 Secretary, Animal Husbandry & Vety. Services Department. 2. Shri T.W. Barfungpa, - 1.1.89. Secretary, Land Revenue 3. Department. Shri Karma Gyatso, 1.7.90. Secretary, Tourism Depart- ment.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 346/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 10th July, 1990. In continuation of Office order No. 1730/G/Est. dated 17.6.88, the deputation term of Mr. D.N. Tewari, DRCS, Cooperation Department, to the Denzong Agricultural Cooperative Ltd., is hereby extended till 30,6.91 (AN). By Order. T.L.YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy. Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 348/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 10th July, 1990. In continuation of office order No. 1202/G/Est. dated 3.2.90, the adhoc Services of Mr. Topchen Pintso Takapa, Research Assistant, Agriculture Department, . are hereby extended for the period w.e.f. 20.4.90 to 3.6.90 (AN) and thereafter dispensed with w.e.f 3.6.90 (AN). By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 357/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 12th July, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, the Governor of Sikkim is pleased to promote the following Superintending Engineers (Electrical), Power Department, as Additional Chief Engineer (Electrical) in the scale of Rs. 3700 125-4700-150-5000 with effect from 12-7.-90:(1) Shri O.P. Singhi; (2) Shri D.D. Pradhan; As usual, they will be on probation for one year. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department.

of Sikkim is pleased to promote thefollowing Divisional Engineers (Electrical) Power Department, as Superintending Engineers (Electrical) in the scale of Rs. 3450-125-4700 with effect from 12-790:(1) Shri R.K. Pradhan, "(2) Shri T. Phuntsog (3) Shri R.K. Khati (4) Shri Gyaltsen Lepcha. As usual, they will be on probation for one year. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department, OFFICE ORDER No. 363/Gen/Estt. bated Gangtok, the 17th July, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Dr. (Miss) Yalley Dolma Chankapa, is hereby appointed as Medical Offieer, S.T.N.M. Hospital, under Health & Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs. 1820-602600-Eb-75-3200 w.e.f. the date of her joining. She will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/p.m in the above scale plus other allowances as admissible under the rulesAs usual, she will be on probation for a period of one year. Other term and conditions of service will be as laid down in Memorandum No. 2814/G/Est. dated 29.6.1990. The inter-se-seniority shall be on the basis of merit declared by the SPSC vide letter No. S.P.S.C/.2 (XIX)89/845 dateed 21-5-1990: By Order. R . RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 366/Gen/Estt.

to appoint the following Secretaries to the Government of Sikkim in the Selection Grade of Indian Administrative

JULY, Service i.e. Rs. 4800-150-5700 with effect from 1-4-90:(1) Shri K. Sherab, IAS, Secretary, Sikkim Legislative Assembly Secretariat ; (2) Shri Pasong Namgyal, IAS, Secretary, Health & Family Welfare and Ecclesiastical Department; (3) Shri P.T. Gyamtso, IAS,.Secretary; Printing arid I.P.R. Departments; (4) Shri R.S. Basnet, IAS, Secretary, L.S.G & Housing and Motor Vehicles Department; (5) Shri D.K. Gajmer, IAS, Secretary, Establishment Department; By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 369(G)Est. Dated Gangtok, the 17th July, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Services Commission Dr. (Miss) Sharda Rai, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer, District Hospital, Namchi, Health and Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs. 1820-602600/75-3200 w.e.f. the date her joining. She will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/p.m. in the above scale plus other allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, she will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and conditions of service will be as laid down in the Memorandum No. 2808/G/ Est. dated 29.6.90. " The inter-se-seniority shall be on the basis of merit declared by the S.P.S. C. vide letter No. S.P.S.C./2(XIX) 89/ 845 dated 21.5.90. By Order. R. Rai, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No:374/G/Estt. . Dated

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ssioner-cum-Secretary to the Government in the Supertime scale of the Indian Administrative Service of Rs. 5900-200-6700 w.e.f. 1.7.90. D. K. GAJMER, retary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No.382/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 19th July, 1990. Shri K.N. Sharma, Joint Secretary, Tourism Department, is hereby transferred and posted as Joint Secretary, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services Department with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 403/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 24th July, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Dr. Tseten Namgyal Bhutia, is hereby appointed as Medical Officer (Health Guide), Chakung P.H.S.C. (West) and attached to Soreng P.H.C. Health and Family Welfare Department in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600/75-3200 with effect from the date of his joining. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/p.m. in the above scale plus other allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and conditions of service will be as laid down in the Memo No. 2808 /G/ Est. dated 29. 6.1990. The inter-se-seniority shall be on the basis of merit by the S.P.S.C. vide letter No. S.P.S.C/2(XIX)/89/845 dated 21.5.1990. Sec

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OFFICE ORDER No. 421/Gen/Estt. 1990. Dated Gangtok, the 27th July, In supersession of Office Order No. 360/Est. dated 12-7-90, the Government of Sikkim is pleased to permit Shri K.C. Pradhan, IAS, Chief Secretary to the Government of Sikkim to participate in the 13th World Orchid Conference being held in Auckland, New Zealand, and to undertake study tour of various f Ioricul-tural and horticultural establishments in New Zealand and Australia for exploration Of new techniques of cultivation of orchids and other horticultural products. His absence from headquarter with effect from 1st September to 1st October, 1990 shall be treated as the period spent on duty and the State Government shall bear all the conseqhential expenses. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 422/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 27th July, 1990. In Supersession of OO. No. 286/G/ Est. dated 27. 6.90, Mr. ST. Lachungpa, IFS, Conservator of Forest (Wild Life), Forest Department, is granted the Super time scale of Rs. 4500-150-5700 w.e.f. 293 90. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department.

No. 425/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 28th July, 1990. Mr. K.P. Sharma, Assistant Director (East), Education Department, is hereby transferred and posted as Bazar Officer (N/E), Lacal Self Government and Housing Department with Headquarter at Gangtok with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. SIKKIM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT GANGTOK OFFICE ORDER No. SLAS/90-91/15(1072) Dated Gangtok, the 30th July, 1990. In continuation of OO. No. SLAS/89 -90-/15(800) dated 22nd May, 1989, the Speaker, Sikkim Legislative Assembly has been pleased to approve the appointment of Shri CM. Chettri as Joint Secretary in Sikkim Legislative Assembly Secretariat on regular basis with effect from 1.7.90. S. RAI, Deputy Secretary,

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Orders, Press Notes etc. HOME DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No.7(17)/Home/7990/104 Dated Gangtok, the 28th July, 1990. In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (3) of article 166 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to make the following rules further to amend the Government of Sikkim (Allocation of Business) Rules. 1985, namely:1. These rules may be called the Government of Sikkim (Allocation of Business) Second Amendment Rules, 1990. 2. In Schedule I, in serial No. 27 in place of the words, Local Self Government Department substitute Urban Development and Housing Department". 3. In the Secpad Schedule in serial No. XXVII instead of the heading "Local Self Government Department" substitute "Urban Development and Housing Department. P.K. PRADHAN, Home Secretary. Government of Sikkim. NOTIFICATION No. 2933/(G)/Est, Dated Gangtok, the 2nd July, 1990. In exercise of the power conferred under Rule 3(l)(a)(ii) of the Sikkim Government Service (Leave)Rules, 1981 the following Officers are declared as the authority competent to grant leave to the non-gazetted Officials working under their respective jurisdiction in accordance with the Sikkim Government Service (Leave) Rules, 1981:1. Superintending Engineers, Public Health Engineering Department. 2. Superintending Engineer, Roads and Bridges Department. They are also authorised to sanction annual increments, where efficiency bar is not encountered to the non-gazetted Officials working under their respective jurisdiction, subject to the relevant rules and regulations, without prejudice to the overall power, of the Head of Department concerned on the subject. D.K.PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Government of Sikkim FINANCE DEPARTMENT OFFICE ORDER No. 34/Fin.Adnm. Dated Gangtok, the 18th July, 1990. Shri C.L. Sharma, Accounts Officer, District Hospital, Singtam is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect. Consequently Dr. R.K. Chettri, Chief Medical Officer, Singtam shall case to act as Drawing and Disbursing OfficerBy Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 35/Fin/Admn. Dated 1990. Gangtok, the 19th July, During the absence of Shri P.N. Tamang, Deputy Secretary, Culture Department on Tour, Shri Kunga Tobden, Archaeological Officer is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect till Shri Tamang's return from tour. By Order.

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No. 36/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 24th July, 1990. Shri K.C. Lepcha, Sub Divisional Magistrate, Mangan is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for North District with immediate effect vice Smt. S. Dolma since transferred. By Order. J,B. RAI, Under Secretary, Finance Department.

No. 37/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 31st July, 1990. During the absence of Shri BB. Rai, Senior Accounts Officer, Forests Department, Shri B.P. Subba, Accounts Officer, Land Use and Environment Department, is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect till Shri Rai's return from leave. Bv Order. J. B. RAI, Under Secretary, Finance Department.

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Notifications regarding appointments, postings, transfers,LEAVE ETC.

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Notifications regarding appointments, RAJ BHAVAN, GANGTOK ORDER No: SKM/GOV/143/90 Dated Gangtok, the 10th August, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction leave on half allowances for 1 (one) day on 22nd September, 1990, with permission to suffix Sunday, 23rd September 1990 and Puja vacations from 24th September 1990 to 25th October 1990 to Shri Justice R. Dayal, Judge, High Court of Sikkim. G.K. Subba. . Secretary to Governor of Sikkim. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No. 67/HCS Dated Gangtok, the 6th August, 1990. Hon'ble the Chief Justice has been pleased to appoint Shri Sanjay Rai as Oath Commissioner on remuneration basis, for a term of one year with immediate effect to administer oath on affidavvit under the provision of Section 139 of the Code of Civil Procedure 1908, as amended upto date and under Section 539 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898. The remuneration payable to him for attestation affidavits fixed as under :1. Attestation in the Court premisesRs. 3/-per affidavit. 2. Attestation at the residence of deponent Rs. 6/- per affidavit. The expenditure shall be debitable to the budget head "2058" - Stationery & printing 103 (1) 1 Salaries (Plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department.

NOTIFICATION No.30/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 8th August, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order as follows with immediate effect:-

3.

The post of Health Officer is upgraded and redesignated as Senior Health Officer in the scale of Rs.3450-125-4700.

The post of Chief Medical Officer (South) is upgraded and placed in the scale of Rs. 3450-125-4700. The post of T.B.Specialist (South) is upgraded and redesignated as Consultant (Tuberculosis) in the scale of Rs.3450-125-4700.

li/i-- ?.n\o\o To atonq Joint Secretary, By Order. K.P.ADHIKARI Joint Secretary, Establishment Department N OTIFICATION No.31/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the lOth August,1990. By Order. B.C. SHARMA, Registrar. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 26/Gen/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd August, The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create a post of Joint Director in the scale of Rs. 3450-125-4700/- p.m. in the Printing and Stationery Department with immediate effect. 1990.

i«iiM'j«eK;-l lo !iH-~lV T51AR NOTIFICATION -., ^oiK.l/i b/^n^^j^-HV THAI Dated Gangtok, the 10t^j>^ua>tfV \Wfi The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to grant the scale of Rs. 1410-2300 to the post of Sanitary Inspector and to upgrade and re-designate the post of Inspector (Trade Licence) to that of Bazar Inspector in the scale of Rs. 1410-2300 under the Local Self Government & Housing Department with effect from 21st July 1990 i.e. the date of approval. The expenditure shall be debitable to budget head 2201-001(I)-Salaries.

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NOTIFICATION - No. 32/Gen/Estt. :Dated Gangtok, the 10th August, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create a post of Operator in the scale of Rs. 1030-1680/- in the Cultural Affairs Department. Consequently, the existing post of Sr. Instructor in the pay scale of Rs. 15202660/- shall stand abolished with immediate effect. The expenditure shall be debitable Jo the budget head '2205' 102 (2) 1: Salaries (Plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 33/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 16 th August, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create a post of Inspector in the scale of Rs. 1080-1760 in the Cultural Affairs Department with immediate effect. The expenditure shall be debitable to Major Head of Account 2205-102(1) Salaries (Plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 34/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 21st August, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order that the post of Overseer in all the departments, whenever it exists shall be redesignated as Junior Engineer. 2. The Governor is further pleased to introduce two grades of Junior Engineers and place them in the pay scales mentioned below with effect from 11.5.1990 :Grade Pay Scale 1. Junior Engineer Grade II Rs. 1410-2300 2. Junior Engineer Grade I Rs. 1520-2660, To be attained on completion of 10 years continuous service as Junior Engineer Grade II.

NOTIFICATION No. 35/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 25th August, 1990. The premature increment or increments admissible to the State Award or National Award winning Medical/Nursing/ Paramedical personnel under Notification No.ll/Gen/Est dated 12.6.1990 shall be treated as personal pay. All the cases so far decided if any, shall be reviewed in accordance with the provisions of this Notification. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 36/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 28th August, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create the following posts for the District Administrative Centre at Pentok, Mangan under the Land Revenue Department with immediate effect.
SI. No. Name of the Post _____________________ 01. 02. 03. 04; SI. No. of Post created _______ Scale o f Pay _______________ Rs. 1200-1950 Rs. 800-1060 Rs. 800-1060 Rs. 800-1060 Scale «*f Pay debitable to

the budget head, Non Plan .2053-093 (2) (1) Salary. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment "Department NOTIFICATION No. 37/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 31st August, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction creation of one post of Additional Chief Engineer (Civil) in the scale of Rs. 3700-125-4700-150-5000 in each of

Accountant 1 (one) Night Guard 1 (one) Mall 1 (one) Sweeper 2 (two) Wameexpenditure shall be of the Post No. of Post The

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__________________________________________________________________________ (2) Building & Housing Deptt. "2059-80-001 -Direction & OFFICE ORDER Administration-1-Salaries".
(3) Roads & Bridges Deptt. "3054-001 -Direction & Administration-!- Salaries"

No. 461/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th August, 1990.

By Order. D K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 38/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 31st August, 1990. In exercise of the power conferred by proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Sikkim hereby makes the following rules to amend the Sikkim State Engineering (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Services Rules, 1989, namely(i) These rules may be called Sikkim State Engineering (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Services (3rd . Amendment ) Rules, 1990. (ii) They shall come into force with immediate effect, (iii) In the Sikkim State Engineering (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Services Rules 1989, for Schedule 1(A), the following shall be substituted, namely - "A-CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICE". Name of the Cadre Post
SI. Name of Depart- PrinNo. ment cipal CE ACE SE DE AE TOTAL CE 1. P.H.E. &W.S. Deptt. 1 1 1 3 1, Building &Honsing 1 1 1 6 3. Roads & Bridges Deptt. 1 1 1 2 8 4. Rural Dev. Deptt. 1 . 1 4 5. Power Department . - 1 3 6. Irrigation Deptt. 1 . 1 3 7i Urban Dev. & Housing - 2 8. Forest Deptt. (Land Use & Environment) . - 1 9. Education Deptt; . . - 1 _____________________ 3 7 31 89 136 Total 10. Deputation Reserve 10 percent of above Training Reserve 5 percent of above Leave Reserve 5 percent of above 14

In pursuance to the Notification No. 103/Home/90 dated 19.7.90, Shri S.K.. Bardewa, Joint Director, Planning & Development Department, is hereby transferred and Posted as Secretary, Administrative Reforms Commission, in the rank of Joint Secretary to the Government of Sikkim with immediate effect. By Order. K. P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 454/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th August, 1990. Dr. Ajaya Raj Adhikari, Senior Specialist (Orthopadic) S.T.N.M. Hospital, Health and Family Welfare Department, is hereby transferred and posted to District Hospital, Namchi. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department OFFICE ORDER No. 477/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 14th August, 1990. 33 Dr. 20 G.D. Issac, Officiating Chief Medical12 Officer, District Hospital, Mangan 15(North) is hereby transferred and posted as District Family Planning 6 8 Officer, Singtam (East) with immediate 4 effect on5his own pay and scales. 5 Consequently, Dr. Sarkey Bhutia, G. D. M. O. District Hospital, Mangan is allowed to look after the work of G.D.M.O. & C.M.O, District Hospital, Mangan, untill further orders.
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OFFICE ORDER No. 486/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, ,the 12th August 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint Shri D. Dahdul, IAS, Additional Secretary,Finance Department as Secretary, Motor Vehicles Department with immediate effect. During the absence of Shri M.K. Chettri, Mr. Tseten Tashi Lepcha, FM.S. will take the charge of R.P.O, Nagitam, in addition to his own duties without chargeallowance.

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. The Governor of Sikkim ,is) plegsed to pjranioje/Shri ,D.K> Gurung as Chief Engineer,-. .{A^qhanical) in the scale of B^f 450^1 tV5lOQ in fhe Sikkim Nationalised''Transport Department with effect from, ;l$.7j-R0 onithievreqomwepdation of S$1$>V-■;'Yi;-.'i ':■'■ ;:-> '<"■/]."iW'-.'i.M/^i.'iCi He will b€t 'qri .prbbatrbh for one year as usual- lU ; l v "'■) :/'Oi]7, ./!-]; TDK By Order. ,,.- ,. A) i o 1 E&tabiishh>ent Department:
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Orders, Press Notes etc. FINANCE DEPARTMENT OFFICE ORDER No. 38/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 8th August, 1990. Shri Tshering Bhutia, Deputy Commandent General, Home Guard is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for Home Guard with immediate effect vice Shri T.D. Rinzing, Superintendent of Police. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance' Department. No. 39/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 20th August, 1990. During the absence of Shri N. Radhakrishnan, Under Secretary, Raj Bhavan, Pay and Accounts Office on leave, Shri S. Krishnamurthy, Private Secretary to the Governor is hereby pillowed to sign Cheques pertaining to Raj Bhavan. By Order. MRS. BM. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No..41/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd August, 1990. Lt. Col. P.B. Subba, N.C.C Wing, Education Department is hereby declared as Head of Office as well as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for N.C.C. vice Shri D.S. Dhanker. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 42/Fin/Admn. • Dated Gangtok, the 25th August, 1990. for South District, Namchi, till Shri Sharma's return from Training. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 103/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd, August, 1990. In partial modification of Office Order No: 0266/Fin/Admn of 20th March 1990, Shri T-P. Koirala, Chief Accounts Officer shall represent Finance Department in the Board of Directors of the Denzong Agriculture Co- oporative Ltd. By Order. G. P. PRADHAN, Secretary, Finance Department. GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE GANGTOK. NOTIFICATION No. 341/M. Dated Gangtok, the 30th August, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to fix Book Allowance for inservice Sponsored Candidates of Health and Family Welfare Department for Post Graduate Diploma and Post Graduate Degree Courses in Medical Sciences as under :(1) Rs. 5,000/- (Rs. Five Thousand) only for two years Post Graduate Diploma course. (2) (Rs. 7,500/- Rs. seven thousand five hundred) only for three years post graduate degree course. (3) The above allowance includes cost of books, equipment, Registration, Tution, Examination & Thesis fee and the fixed allowance will be released at the rate of 2,500/- (Rs. two thousand five hundred) only per annum.

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PART II Notifications regarding appointments, postings, transfers, leave etc. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM GANGTOK NOTIFICATION No. 73/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 14th September, 1990. In pursuance of the concurrence of the State Government vide letter No. 1751/Gen/Estt, dated 27th August, 1990, the term of the following temporary posts on the High Court Establishment, Gangtok, is extended upto 31.12-1990SI. Name of the post 1. 2. 3. 4. 5" Pay scale. No. of post N Accounts Officer. o Office Superintendent i (820-60-2600/75-3200 Head Assistant. 1520 --40-1600/50-2300/60Translator. 2600, Assiti Librarian 1200-30-1530/35-1950. 12C0-30 -15o0/35-1950. 1080-25-1280/30-1760.

ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 40/GEN/EST. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd September, 1990The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction creation cf the following

By Order. B.C. SHARMA Registrar. NOTIFICATION No. 74/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 14th September, 1990. In pursuance of the concurrence of the State Government vide letter No. 1751/Gen/Estt., dated 27th August, 1990, the term of the following temporary posts on the Establishment of the Court of Additional District & Sessions Judge, Gangtok, is extended upto 31.12.1990Sl. Name of the No. of No. post post Peshkan 1. Steno (Grade-11) 1 2. L.D.A. 3. 0-30-1560/40-2040. Head Poen 4. 1 Peon 5. Sweeper-cum6: 0-30-1560/40-2040, Chowkidar Pay scale • 132

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posts for the mechanical-cum-Automobile Workshop, under the Flealth and Family Welfare Department with immediate effect :Sl.
No. of Post Sanctioned No. Name of the Post 1 (One) 1. 2. Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Poen-cum-Chowkidar l (One) Scale of Pay Rs. 1410-2300 Rs. 800-1060

The expenditure shall be debitable to budget head "2211, Family Welfare, 103M.CH- (100/CSS)". By Order. D.K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department NOTIFICATION No. 41/GEN/EST. Dated Gangtok, the 10th September, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create the following temporary posts in the IREP Cell under the Rural Development Department with immediate effect. The past shall stand abolished at the end of the current financial year i.e. 31st March, 1990.
Sl. No. of posts created No. Name of the post Assistant Project Officer 01. Inspector LDC/Typist' 02. Supervisor 03. Peon 04. The expenditure 05. Scale of Pay Rs, 1820-3200 Rs. 1410-2300 Rs, 975-1550 Rs. 840-1200 on Rs. 800-1060

salaries of these posts shall be debitable to head of accounts "2501Spl. Programme for Rural Development 04 -IREP" and shall be reimbursed by the Central Government. By Order. D.K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary Establishment Department

NOTIFICATION No. 42/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 12th September, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction creation of the following

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posts in the Labour Department with immediate effect.
Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. No. of Post Name of the post Sanctioned Labour Inspector 2 L.D.C 1 Peon ' I Scale of Pay Rs: 1410-2300 Rs. 975-1550 Rs. 800-1060

OFFICE ORDER No:545/G/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd September, 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint Shri D. Dabdul, IAS, Secretary, Motor Vehicles Department, to the Selection Grade of IAS in the Scale of Rs. 4800150-5700 w.e.f. 20.8.90. By Order. R.P. CHINGAPA Deputy Secretary Establishment Department OFFICE ORDER No. 553/G/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 4th September, 1990. The following spells of leave applied for and availed being availed of by Shri Lhendup Lepcha, Secretary, Mines and, Geology Department, is hereby sanctioned as Commutted leave :1 10 days with effect from 1.8.90 to 10.8.90. 2. 31 days with effect from 18.8.90 to 17.9.90. During his absence on leave with effect from 18-8.90 to 17-9.90 Shri N.D. Chingapa, IAS, Secretary, SC/ST Welfare Department, is entrusted with the charge of the Secretary, Mines and Geology Department in addition to his own dutiesBy Order. D. K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 559/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th September, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to transfer Shri Lhendup Dorjee, Additional District Collector, Souih District, Namchi, as Deputy Director, Tourism Department with immediate effect.

The expenditure shall be met from Budget Head 2230 - Labour & Employment 01 - 001 - 01, Salaries (Non- Plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary Establishment Department NOTIFICATION No. 44/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 17th September, 1990. The Governor is pleased to order abolition of one out of the four posts of Sweeper sanctioned vide Notification No. 516/Gen/Est/I dated 20.1.1987 and to sanction creation of a post of Dhobi in the pay scale of Rs. 825-12-1005-Eb-141075 under the National Leprosy Eradication Programme in Health & F.W. Department with immediate effect. The expenditure shall be debitable to Budget Head '282 NICP-AI (2) CSS (Plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 134/Gen/Estt- Dated Gangtok, the 15th September, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to upgrade the existing post of P.S.O. to Chief Minister in the grade of Police Inspector in the scale of Rs. 1820-3200 for a period of six months with immediate effect.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 561/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th September, 1990. The Governor, in consultation with the Hon'ble High Court of Sikkim, is pleased to appoint Shri Anand Prakash Subba, a member of Sikkim Judicial Service, to the post of Additional District & Sessions Judge in the Sikkim Superior Judicial Service in an officiating capacity until further ordersBy Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 562/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 17th September, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to transfer Shri A.K. Modak, Assistant Engineer, Urban Development and Housing Department, as Assistant Engineer in the Engineering Cell of Health & Family Welfare Department with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 573 /(G)Est. Dated Gangtok, the 11th September, 1990. During the absence of Shri K.C. Pradhan, IAS, Chief Secretary, on tour abroad Shri P.K. Pradhan, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary will officiate as Chief Secretary, Government of Sikkim with immediate effect. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment DepartmentOFFICE ORDER

Engineers as Additional Chief Engineers in the Selection Grade I of Rs. 3700-1254700-150-5000 of Civil Engineering Service with effect from 17th September, 1990:(1) Shri G.S. Lama; (2) Shri P.K. Pradhan; (3) Shri D.P. Pradhan; (4) Shri H.R. Sharma; By Order. D. K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 598(G) /Est. Dated Gangtok. the 18th September, 1990. In supersession of Office Order No: 1956/(G)/Est. dated 2.8.88 Shri G.S. Lama, Additional Chief Engineer, is hereby allowed to officiate as Chief Engineer, Rural Development Department, on ad-hoc basis with effect from 17.9 90 till the post is filled up on regular basis in consultation with the Sikkim Public Service Commission. The ad-hoc appointment is subject to the following conditions :(1) The appointment will not confer any right for regular appointment and will not be counted for seniority. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 599/(Gen)/Est. Dated Gangtok, the 17th September, 1990The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to promote the following Divisional Engineers in the Selection Grade II of Rs. 3450125-4700 of Civil Engineering • Service on substantive basis with effect from 179-90 and post them as under :j

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(4) Shri P.S. Basnet, S.E, Roads & Bridges Department; (5) Shri N.K. Kumai, Staff Officer, Buildings and Housing Department; Their inter-se-seniority in the Grade shall be in the same order in which their names appear in the list. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 611 (G)Est. Dated Gangtok the 22nd September, 1990. The following inter- departmental transfers are hereby made with immediate effect.

Shri Kuber Peter Subba, Deputy, Director is transferred and posted as Senior Store Officer C.M.S, Health & Family Welfare Depart ment.

II. Shri Padam Bhandari, CDPO (East), Health & Family Welfare Depart ment, is transferred and posted as Deputy Director, GICI in an officiating capacity on adhoc basis vice 1 above. By Order. D. K. GAZMER, Secretary, Establishment Department.

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Orders, Press Notes etc. FINANCE DEPARTMENT No. 43/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd September, 1990. During the absence of Shri Tashi Tamang, Accounts Officer, Cooperation Department on leave, Shri S.K. Gautam, Deputy Registrar, Cooperation Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect till Shri Tamang's return from leave. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 44/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 6th September, 1990. During the absence of Shri Kuber Bhandari, Accounts Officer, Gyalzing Hospital on leave with effect from 30th August, 1990, Dr S.P. Sharma, District Medical Officer, Gyalzing Hospital is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect for West District till Shri Kuber Bhandari's return from leave. By Order. MR; S. B.M. PRADHAN; Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 45/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 15th September, 1990. During the absence of Dr. B.S. Basnett, Secretary, Agriculture Department on tour, Shri S. Lama, Director, Agriculture Department is hereby allowed to exercise financial powers of Heads of Department with immediate effect till Dr. Basnett's return from tour. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 106/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd September, 1990. Mrs. A. Sada, Officiating Accounts Officers, (Cheque),Pay and Accounts Officer is hereby allowed to sign cheque pertaining to East District with immediate effect vice Shri Lakpa Tshering Lepcha, Accounts Officer since transferred. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department.

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PART II Notifications regarding appointments, postings, transfers, leave etc. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 46/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 5th October, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction creation of the following posts for Ayurvedic Clinic under the Health and Family Welfare Department with immediate effect.
SI. No. 1. 2; Scale of pay< No. of post Name of post sanctioned. created Vaid 1 Helpers 2 6. Platoon Com1 mander (equiva lent to Sub-InsIpector of Police) 7. Havildar-Ins2 tructor 8. Typist 1 9. Driver 1 10. Cook (Follower) 2 11. Sweepers (Follo- 2 wer) 12. Class IV Staff 1 Peon (Follower) 1320-30-1560/40-2040

1030-25-1230/30-1680 975-20-1175/25-1550 910-15-1030/20-1290 800-12-920/14-1060 800-12-920/14-1060 800-12-920/14-1060

Rs.1820-3200, Rs. 800-1060.

The expenditure shall be debitable to the Budget Head 2210-01-800 ISN. By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 47/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 6th October, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction*] creation of the following posts for the Home Guards under Sikkim Police with immediate ehect:
Scale of Pay SI. Particulars of No. of No. the post. post. A. State Headquarter's Level 1. Commandant Ge- 1 neral Home Guards.. 2. Deputy Commandant General Home Guards. 1

The expenditure on account of pay and allowance of these posts will be debited to 2070 Other Administrative Service. 107-Home Guard-1- Salaries (100% CCS). K. P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 441/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd August, 1990. The following Postings and transfers in Police Department are hereby made with immediate effect :-

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SI, Name & Designation No. 1 Shri Goley-Tshering IPS Deputy Comdt, General/ Home Guard, 2. Shri Tshering Bhutia, SP (Special Duty)/PHQ

Transferred and Posted to ' OSD/PHQ Deputy Corndt/ General Home Guard, Gangtok . SDPO/South Namchi. Coy .Comdt, A Coy/SAP SDPO/Sorengs He will [also look after the duties of SDPO/Geyzing till an Officer is Posted as SDPO/Geyzing. Deputy S.P.. Reserve line,

Shri|Sonam Dubikey Negi IPS. 4. IShri Yap Tshering, Deputy S.P.SDPO/South 5. Shri N.K. Mishra, IPS

(DGP will function as Ex-Officio Commandant General, Home Guards), D.S.P'/Capt.

6.

Shri Mingma Bhutia, Deputy S.P, SDPO/ Soreng

Other ClassitIH/IV Staff as per scales obtaining in other State Departments.
B. City/Town Level. 1; Platoon Commander (equivalent to Sub-Inspector of Police) 2. Havildar Instructor 3. Havildar Clerk 4. Chowkidar 1 1320-30-1560/40-2040

By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 615/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd October, 1990. The services rendered by Mrs.N.Dolma, Deputy Secretary, Cabinet, Home

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Further, Mrs.N. Dolma shall retire from Government Service on superannuation with effect from 31.12 90 (AN). By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 618/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 3rd October, 1990. Mr. S.K. Sharma, Budget Officer, Finance Department, is hereby assigned the additional work of organising and stream-lining the Works Accounting procedure of the Engineering Cell in the Education Department on an honorarium of Rs. 1000-p.m. with effect from the date he commences work until further orders. By Order. T. L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 646/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 12th October, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Services Commission Dr. Sonam Thendup Ethenpa is hereby appointed as Medical Officer, Rhenock PHC, under Health and Family Welfare Department m the scale of Rs. 1820-602600-EB-75-3200 w.e.f. the date of his joining. He will draw a basic pay of Rs.1820/p.m. in the above scale plus allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. Other terms and condition of service will be as laid down in the Memorandum No. 5172/G/Est. dated 14.9.1990. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary,

ment, shall retire from service on superannuation w-e.f. the 'afternoon of 31.12.1990 in terms of Rule 98 of Chapter XII of Sikkim Government Service Rules 1974 and Notification No. J(l)13/Gen/Est. dated 10.1.86. By Order. R Rai, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 662/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 24th October, 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint the following member of IFS to the Selection Grade of IFS in the scale of Rs. 4100-125-4850-150-5300 w-e.f. 1.101990:1. Mr. S.T. Bhutia, Dy. C.F., Land Use & Env. Cell. 2. Mr. D-D. Sharma, Dy. C.F. (Survey & Demarcation). K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 666/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 25th October, 1990. Shri Lako Tshering Bhutia, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Police Department, is hereby posted as A.D.C. to H.E. the Governor with immediate effect till further order. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 673/Gen/Estt.

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abeyance vide O.Q. No. 4'42/G/Est dated 2.8.90 are hereby treated as cancelled. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 689/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th October, 1990. The absence of Miss Sherap Shenga from her duty with effect from 31.890 to 15.12.90 is hereby sanctioned as Special Leave, not to be debited in the leave account. This is in continuation of the Office Order No. 538/G/Estt. dated 30. 8.90. By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. LAW DEPARTMENT GANGTOK OFFICE ORDER No. 4/LD/Lit/90. Dated Gangtok, the 8th October, 1990. 1. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint Shri Udai P. Sharma, Advocate, as Government Advocate-cum- Public Prosecutor with immediate effect on the following terms :A. Retainer - Rs. 600/- per month. B. Appearance fee for appearing inde pendently before High Court(1) Rs. 170/- per day for effective hearing. (2) Rs. 100/- per day for non-effective hearing. (3) Rs. 120/- per day for effective hearing, and (4) Rs. 85/ per day while appearing as junior to the Advocate General/ Additional Advocate General or a Senior Counsel.

non-effective hearing while appearing independently. (2) Rs. 90/-per day for effective healing and Rs- 60/- per day for noneffective hearing while appearing as junior to the Advocate General, Additional Advocate General or a Senior Counsel. D. Consultation fee subject to a maxi mum of three consultations in one case- Rs. 40/E. Drafting per petition pertaining to memorandum of appeal, counter affidavit, affidavit in reply, written statement, written objection,, plaint grounds of second appeal, revlsional application- Rs. 75/-. F. For each drafting other than those referred to above Rs. 20/-. G. Preparation of brief, paper book, drafting of synopsis of argument per case - Rs. 50/-. 2. Besides the above, he will be entitled to T.A. / Leave and Medical facilities as admissible to a Junior Grade I Officer of the State of Sikkim from time to time. 3. Regarding transport he will have to share and use the vehicle already provided to the Assistant Government Advocate-cum-Public Prosecutor, as a pool vehicle. 4. The duties of the Government Advocate-cum-Public Prosecutor will be as specified at Notification No. 21(3) LD/ Lit/84(1) dated the 7th August, 1984. B. R. PRADHAN, Secretary, Law. OFFICE ORDER No. 5/LD/Lit/90. Dated Gangtok, the 30th October, 1990. In continuation of this Department's office order No.4/LD/Lit/90, dated the 8th Oct.,1990, the maximum fees payable to the Government Advocate-cum- Public Prosecutor for each day of appearance as provided in Law Department's Notification No. 21(3)LD/LIT/84/(ll) dated the 7th August, 1984, shall be Rs.300/-per day, irrespective of number of cases and

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GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM INCOME AND SALES TAX DEPARTMENT GANGTOK No. 226/ST&IT Dated Gangtok, the 6th October, 1990. Notice is hereby given to the Public in general and the Shop keepers throughout Sikkim that the Licence for the sale of Cigarettes, Biris, Cut-tobacco and Scented Khaini for the period of five years, commencing from 1st November 1990 to 31st October 1995 has been granted to M/s DRUK INVESTMENT COMPANY PRIVATE LTD, of Gangtok Sikkim. Sale of any such goods except by the said firm or their authorised agent, or any such goods without the seal of contractor is strictly prohibited with effect from 1st November 1990. No other person or firms or firms except the above firm can import the above mentioned goods with'effect from 1st November 1990. Military canteens exclusively catering for the needs of the military personnel only and opened and managed by the military personnel within their area for which the supply of such goods is met from the Canteen |Supply Department|(C.S.D) and which are transported in to Sikkim in Military vehicles are exempt from the application of these rules. The term Military Canteen, however does not include such shops opened by Civilian businessmen under the pretext of sales to Army personnel but who resort to sale to the public also. Infringement of the above order shall be punishable. G. P. PRADHAN, Secretary, Finance Department. FINANCE DEPARTMENT

North District, vice Dr. G.D. Issacs, since transferred to Singtam Hospital. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. OFFICE ORDER' No. 47/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 11th October, 1990. During the absence of Shri Bichan Dutta, Accounts Officer, Education Department (Namchi), on leave with effect from 3rd Oct. 90 Shri K. Stephen, Deputy Director is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for South District with immediate effect till Shri Dutta's return from leave. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department OFFICE ORDER No. 48/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 25th October, 1990. Shri Kamal Kumar Kaflay, District Development Officer, Gyalzing, is hereby declared as Head of Office as well as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for West District with immediate effect vice Shri K.N. Lepcha since transferred. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 49Fin./Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 27th October, 1990. Miss Upma Srivastava, Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Namchi is hereby decla-

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OFFICE ORDER No. 50/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 29th October, 1990. During the absence of Shri Kuber Bhandari, Accounts Officer, Gyalzing on Training with effect from 22nd October 1990, Shri T.B. Rai, Dental Surgeon, District Hospital, Gyalzing is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for West District with immediate effect. By Order. Mrs. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 51/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 1st November, 1990 During the absence of Shri R.P. Sharma, Accounts Officer, Education Department, Gyalzing on Training, Shri P.L. Sharma, Asstt. Director, Education Department is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for West District with immediate effect till Shri R.P. Sharma's returns from Training. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department.

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No: SKM/GOV/209/90. Dated Gangtok, the 29th November,1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction leave on full allowances for 8 (eight) days from 7th December 1990 with permission to suffix Lossong Christmas holidays and Winter Vacation from 15th December 1990 to 16th February 1991 to Dr. Justice B.N. Misra, Chief Justice, High Court of Sikkim. G.K. Subba. Secretary to Governor of Sikkim. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No. 81/HCS Dated Gangtok, the 5th November, 1990. It is hereby notified for general information that the High Court of Sikkim will remain closed from 2nd January to 16th February, 1991 on account of Winter V acation. The Office of the Court will remain open during the vacation except on Sundays, Second Saturdays, State Holidays and other public holidays. During this period, Vacation Court will sit from 28th January to IstFebruary, 1991 to dispose of urgent matters. The filing of such cases should, however, be made on or before 23rd January, 1991. By Order. B.C. SHARMA, Registrar. NOTIFICATION

OFFICE ORDER No. 197/HCS/ESTT. November, 1990 Dated Gangtok, the 5th In supersession of this Court's Office Order No.54/HCS dated 24th April, 1990, 28(twentv eight) days leave already availed of by Shri A.P. Subba, Additional District &. Sessions Judge, with effect front 13/1/90 to 9/2/90 is hereby sanctioned as under:I day on 13/1/90 as earned leave on full pay. II days from, 14/1/90 to 24/1/90 as Cornmutted leave on full pay, on medical ground.
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16 days from 25/1/90 to 9/2/90 as earned leave on full pay. Further, 10 days leave availed of by him from 26/7/90 to 4/8/90 is sanctioned as earned leave on full pay. The above leave has been sanctioned by adjusting the leave that accrued till 30th October, 1990. By Order. B.C. SHARMA, Registrar. OFFICE ORDER No. 207/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 14th November, 1990 3 (three) days leave applied for by Shri P.W. Pulger, Civil Judge-cum-Judi-cial Magistrate, East & North, with effect from 13/11/90 to 15/11/90, is hereby, sanctioned as earned leave on full pay-Further, during the above period, Shri A.P. Subba,

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HOME DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No.54(45)/Home/88/115. Dated Gangtok, the 29th November, 1990. The Government of Sikkim has been pleased to constitute a Standing Committee for development and regulation of electronic industries in the State of Sikkim consisting of the following members:1) Chief Secretary, : Chairman Government of Sikkim Member 2) Secretary, Industries, Government of Sikkim 3) Secretary-Plan: Member ning / Development Commissioner, Government of Sikkim 4) Secretary Edu: Member cation, Government of Sikkim 5) Managing Director, : Member Sikkim Time Corporation Limited. 6) Managing Director, : Member Sikkim Jewels Limited. 7) A representative ,of : Member Department of Electronics, Government of India. 8) Director of Industries, : Member Secretary Government of Sikkim. By Order. K. C. PRADHAN, Chief Secretary, Govt.of Sikkim. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION No. 51/Gen/Estt, Dated Gangtok, the 14th November, 1990.

Procurement and Supply (1) Establishment of Godowns - 1- Salaries (Plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 53/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 21st November,

1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction creation of 35 posts of Panchayat Assistant in the Rural Development Department with immediate effect. The District wise breakup of the posts created will be as under SI :Posts District 10 11 5 9

No No. of 1. PanchayatPost Pay Scale Name of Assistant

Rs. 975-1550

East West North South

The expenditure shall be debited to the budget head "MH 2515 - other rural development programmes - 101 Panchayatiraj (P)." By Ordder. JANUKI PRADHAN, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 54/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 26th November, 1990 The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction creation of following temporary posts in Tourism Department for

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OFFICE ORDER No. 698/Gcn/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 1st November, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order the following inter-departmental transfers of Divisional Engineers (Civil) with immediate effect :(1) Shri B.B. Chhetri, Divisional Engineer (East), Roads & Bridges Department, is transferred as Divisional Engineer (North-East & Headquarter), Rural Development Department; (2) Shri G.R. Sharma, Divisional Engineer (North-East Headquar ter), Rural Development De partment is transferred and posted as Divisional Engineer, (East), Roads & Bridges Department vice SL. No (1). By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 7C0/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd November, 1990. Shri Tshering Bhutia, Deputy Commandent General, Home Guard is hereby posted as A.D.C. to HE. the Governor with immediate effect till further order. This cancells the Office Order No. 666/(G)/Estt- dated 25.10.90. T. DHONDUP Officer - on - Special Duty Establishment Department OFFICE ORDER No. 711/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th November, 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint Shri C.M. Ravindran, IPS, presently on deputation with the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, to the Selection Grade of IPS of Rs.4500-1505700 w. e. f. 1.7.90.

OFFICE ORDER No. 713/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th November, 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint Shri S.C. Gupta, IAS, Deputy Secretary, Rural Development Department, to the Senior Scale of IAS, Viz. Rs. 3200-1003700-125-4700, w. e. f. 1.7.90. K. P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 727/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 13th November, 1990. The Governor is pleased to appoint the following IFS Officers to the Senior time scale, viz, Rs. 3000-100-3500-1254500, of the IPS w.e f. 1.4.90. (i) Mr. Anil Kumar Ganeriwala, ACF, Gangtok. (ii) Mr. S.B. Singh Bhadouria, ACF (WP), Gangtok. K.P. ADHIKARI Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 729/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 13th November, 1990. The Governor is pleased to promote Shri K.B. Pradhan, Sanitary Inspector, Health and Family Welfare Department as Assistant Health Officer (Mangan) in the same Department in the pay Scale of Rsl820-60-2600-Eb-75-3200 w.e.f. the date he taken over the charge of the post. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. KP. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER

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transferred and posted at Sub-Divisional Office, Soreng, with immediate effect. By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER ' No. 742/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 15th November, 1990. On their return after completion of Practical Training with Delhi Police, the following Deputy Superintendents of Police are hereby posted as under:-Sl.
Name Shri Tashi Tseten Miss Sharda Rani Posted to Coy. Commander, SAP, Deputy Superintendent of Police (Training Branch) (SDPO) North: Shri Sonam Tenzing Bhutia 3.

Revenue Department, is hereby, sanctioned as Earned Leave. During her absence on leave. Shri D.P. Sharma, Additional District Collector (South), is entrusted with the work of the District Collector in addition to his own duties. By Order. R. RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 749/Gen/Estt Dated Gangtok, the 17th November, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to promote the following Assistant Engineers (Civil) as Divisional Engineers (Civil) in the Senior Grade of Rs. 252575-3200-EB-100-4000 of Sikkim State (Civil) Engineering Service on substantive basis with effect from 15-11.90;1. Shri Mahananda Sharma; 2. Shri R.N. Sharma; 3. Shri S.K. Rai; 4. Shri T.T. Changkapa; 5. Shri Bishnu Kumar Pradhan; 6. Shri Anil Kumar Gurung; 7. Shri MK. Thomas; 8. Shri K.B. Rai; 9. Shri K.P.H. Pillai; 10. Shri A.S. Khawas, As usual, they will be on probation for a period of one year. By Order. D.K. GAJMER Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 766/Gen/Estt. DatedGangtok, the 20th November, 1990. The following transfers are made with immediate effect:1. Shri R.B. Pradhan, Officer In-charge,

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' By Order. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No:743/G/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 15th November, 1990. On the recommendation of the Sikkim Public Service Commission, Lama Nyedup Bhutia is hereby appointed as Kyorpon, Sikkim Institute of Higher Nyingma Studies, Ecclesiastical Department in the scale of Rs. 1820-602600/75-3200 w.e.f. the date he joins his duty. He will draw a basic pay of Rs. 1820/-per month in the above scale plus other allowances as admissible under the rules. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. By Order. S.D. PHALONTHARPA, Under Secretary, Establishment Department.

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ferred and posted as Officer In-charge, Sadar Police Station, Gangtok, vice SI. No. (1). By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department.

laid down in this Department Notification No. J(14)20/Gen/Est. dated 16.4.87. By OrderD. K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 778 /(G)Est. Dated Gangtok, the 13th November, 1990. Shri S.K.. Gautam Deputy Registrar, Co-operation Deparlment, is transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary, Administrative Reforms Commission with immediate effect. By Order. K.P. ADH1KARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 782/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 33rd November,1990 The Governor is pleased to promote Shri P.K. Gurung, Deputy Director, Printing Department, as Joint Director in the same. Department in the scale of Rs. 3450-125-4700 w.e.f. the date he assumes the charge of the post. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. K.P. ADHIKARI, Joint Secretary, Establishment Department.

OFFICE ORDER No. 780/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 23rd November, 1990. Dr. (Mrs) Arulselvi is hereby appointed as G.D.M.O. in the ST.N.M. Hospital, Health and Family Welfare Department on contract basis for an initial period of one year against the vacancy caused by the transfer of Dr. Yalley Doma Chankapa, w.e.f. the date of her joining.

OFFICE ORDER No. 787/(G)/Est. Date d Gangtok, the 24th November, 1990. In supersession of this Department's O.O. No. 46./G/Estt. date 11.4.85, Shri Tempo Rapgyal, Superintendent of Transport, Sikkim Nationalised Transport Department is deem to have been

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FINANCE DEPARTMENT No. 52/Fin./Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 2nd November, 1990. During the absence of Shri I. K. Tamang, General Manager, District South and West on leave and training with effect from 12th Nov, 1990, Shri Edward Lepcha, Financial Manager, Industries Department, Jorethang is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer with immediate effect, till Shri Tamang's return from training. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. No. 53/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 6th November, 1990. Shri G. Kaushik, Accounts Officer, Irrigation Department is declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for Irrigation and Public Health Engineering Department with immediate effect. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 56/Fin./Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 14 th November, 1990. Shri Nitta Krishna, Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Mangan is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for the District Collectorate, North with

immediate effect vice Shri K.C. Lepcha since transferred. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 57/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 17th November, 1990. During the absence of Miss. Upma Srivastava, Sub-Divisional Magistrate on leaye Shri D.P. Sharma, Additional District Collector, Namchi is hereby declared as Drawing and Disbursing Officer for Collectorate, South with immediate effect till Miss. Srivastava's return from leave. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 58/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 22nd November, 1990. During the absence of Shri T.T. Sada, Deputy Chief Pay and Accounts Officer, Pay and Accounts Office, Gyalzing on leave with effect from 19th November, 1990, Shri J.B. Rai, Accounts Officer, Pay and Accounts Officer, Gyalzing is hereby allowed to sign Cheque pertaining to West District with immediate effect till Shri Sada's return from leave. By Order. MRS. B.M.PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary. Finance Department.

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CONTENTS PART I—Ordinances, Messages, etc.—Nil PART II—Appointments, Postings Transfers, leave etc. PART HI—Rules Orders, Press Note etc. PART IV—Textile Commisnior-fixation of prices of cloths—Nil PART V—F.C.S—Rationing of Essential Commodities--Nil PART VI—Nil PART VII—Nil Advertisement and Notices etc.— PART VIII—Nil PART IX—(i> Epedimic Diseases—Nil PART X-(ii) Rainfall-Nil

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Notifications fegarding appointments, postings, transfers, leave etc. HIGH COURT OF SIKKIM NOTIFICATION No. 87/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 30th November, 1990. The Hon'ble Chief Justice has been pleased to make the following appointments :Shri O.N. Sharma, at present working as Deputy Registar of Sikkim High Court is appointed as Officer on Special Duty in the High Court Establishment with effect from 1.12.1990. He shall draw his basic pay and allowances as at present in the scale of Rs.2525.75-3200/100-4000. Shri D.C. Roy, at present working as Secretary to Hon'ble Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court is temporarily appointed to officiate in the post of Deputy Registar of Sikkim High Court on trial basis with effect from 1.12.1990, vice Shri 0.N. Sharma appointed as Officer on Special Duty. He shall draw his salary in the scale of Rs.2525-753200/100-4000 with other allowances as admissible under the Rules. Shri Tashi T. Gensarpa at present working as Reader of this court is temporarily appointed to officiate in the post of .Secretary to Hon'ble Chief Justice with effect from 1.12.1990, vice Shri D.C Roy appointed as Deputy Registar. He shall draw his salary in the scale of Rs. 2120-60-2360/75-3200-1003600 with other allowances as admissible under the Rules. BC. SHARMA, Registrar. NOTIFICATION No. 88/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 14th December, 1990. In continuation of this Court's Notification No.87/HCS/ESTT dated 30.11.1990 appointing Shri Tashi T. Gensarpa, as Secretary to the Hon'ble Chief Justice of this Court, he is directed to hold additional charge of Reader of this Court with effect from 1.12.1990 to NOTIFICATION No. IOO/HCS/ESTT. ... Dated Gangtok, the1lth December, 1990. Consequent upon the appointment of Miss. Meenakshi Madan Rasaily, to the Sikkim Judicial Service vide Government of Sikkim, Establishment Department Office Order No. 852/G/Est. dated 7.12.1990, She is directed to join as Civil Judge-cumJudicial Magistrate, East at Gangtok, with immediate effect. By Order. B.C. SHARMA, Registrar. OFFICE ORDER No. 223/HCS/ESTT. Dated Gangtok, the 6th December, 1990. On satisfactory completion of his 10(ten) years of continuous service in the cadre of the Sikkim Judicial Service, Shri Tashi Wangdi, Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate, South, is hereby granted Selection grade with effect from 1/7/1986 in the scale of Rs. 3450-125-4700, under the provision of Rule 11(III) of the Sikkim Judicial Service Rules, 1975. By Order. B.C. SHARMA, Registrar. ESTABLISHMENT DEPARTMENT' OFFICE ORDER No. 808/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 29th December, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to transfer Shri G. Goparma, Joint Secretary, Information & Public Relations Department, as Joint Director (Evaluation), Planning & Development Department with immediate effect.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 811/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 29th November, 1990. The following intra-departmental transfers are hereby made in the Agriculture Department with immediate effect.
SI. Name/Dssignation No. 1. Mr. M.K. Tamang, S,C. O. 2. Mr.G.D. Giri, From Gyalzing Mangan Gangtok To Mangan Mazitar Gyalzing

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3. Miss.Tsering Phuti Bhutia. S.C. O.

NOTIFICATION No. 59/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 27th December, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to sanction creation of a post of Senior Research Assistant in the pay scale of Rs.l520-40-1600-50-2300/60/2660 in the Mines and Geology Department by duly abolishing an existing vacant post of _ Deputy Senior Geologist with immediate effect. The expenditure shall be debitable to the budget head No. '2853'-02-001 Direction & Administration (Plan). By Order. D.K. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 191/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 12th December, 1990. The Governor is pleased to redesignate the following posts upgrated vide Notification No. 30/Gen/Est-dated 8.8.90 as under :1; Chief Medical Officer (South) as Joint Director. 2. Consultant (Tuberculosis) as T.B. Specialist. By Order. D. K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFCE ORDER No. 745/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 16th December, 1990. Mrs. Sarita Dewan, Presently Statistical Officer, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services Department on deputation shall be repatriated to her parent Department S.L.A.S. w. e. f. 1.12.90. Consequently, Mrs. S. Laden, Liaison Officer, Sikkim Legislative Assembly on deputation shall be repatriated to the State Government and posted as Statis-

By Order. T.L. YAPSHI YUTHOK, Deputy Secretary, Establishment Department. NOTIFICATION No. 181/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 30th November, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create a post of Officer on Special Duty in the scale of Rs-2525-75-3200/754000 in the High Court of Sikkim. By Order. D. K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department NOTIFICATION No. 58/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 13th December, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to create the following posts in the Motor Vehicles Department with immediate effect:SI. No. 1, 2. Name of the Post Motor Vehicle Inspector LDC (Registration Clerk) Pay Scale Rs. 1410-2300 Rs. 975-1550 No. of Posts Created 1 (One) 2 (Two)

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OFFICE ORDER No. 823/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 1st December, 1990. The Governor is pleased to promote Shri. S.N. Rai, Assistant Social .Welfare Officer to the post of Social Welfare Officer in the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600Eb-75-3200 under Health and Family Welfare Department with immediate effect. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year. By Order. R . RAI, Under Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 860/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 10th December, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to transfer Shri DR. Kharel, Deputy Secretary, Planning & Development Department, to the Motor Vehicles Department as Deputy Secretary with immediate effect' By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 875/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 12th December, 1990. The Governor is pleased to promote the following Doctors in the Health and Family Welfare Department with immediate effect :(1) Dr. B.M. Rai, Chief Medical Officer (South) is promoted as Joint Director in the scale of Rs. "3450-125-4700 and posted at Namchi. He will look after the work of Chief Medical Officer, South District and also coordinate all the medical activities pertaining to South district,

activities being carried out in other Hospital. (3) Dr. T.W. Chankapa, Health Ofiicer, S.T.N.M. Hospital is promoted as Senior Health Officer in the scale of Rs.3450-125-4700.He will assist the S.T.N.M.Hospital in curative activities without any ex-tra remuneration in addition to his duties of Senior Health Officer. As usual, they will be on,.probation. for a period of one year By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 852/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 7th December, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to appoint Miss Meenakshi M. Rasaily to the Sikkim Judicial Service under Rule 4 of the Sikkim Judicial Service Rules. She will draw a basic pay oy Rs. 1820/-p.m. in the Junior scale of Rs.182060-2600-Eb-75-3200 plus other allowances as admissible under rules. She will be on probation for a period of two years. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 891/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 14th December,1990 The Governor is pleased to promote Mr. Rajendra Kumar Gautam, Circle Cooperative Inspector, Cooperation Department as Assistant Registarin the scale of Rs. 1820-60-2600-EbV75-3200 with immediate effect. As usual, he will be on probation for a period of one year.

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OFFICE ORDER No. 895/Gen/Estt. Dated Gangtok, the 17th December, 1990. The Governor of Sikkim is pleased to order the following transfers and postings with immediate effect :1.

Shri T.P. Ghimirey, M.D. SIMFED, is transferred and posted as Director, Social Welfare under the Health & Family Welfare Department on his own pay and allowances; 2) Shri Dorjee Dadul, Secretary, Motor Vehicles Department, will hold the

additional charge of M.D. SIMFED until further orders; 3) Shri K. Jayakumar, Secretary, SIMFED is transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary, Health & Femily Welfare Department; 4) Shri Amik Singh, Deputy Secretary, Health & Family Welfare Department, is transferred and posted as Secretary, SIMFED, on deputation. By Order. D.K. GAJMER, Secretary, Establishment Department-

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112 SIKKIM GOVT. GAZETTE DECEMBER, 1990. PART III Rules, Orders, Press Notes etc. FINANCE DEPARTMENT OFFICE ORDER No. 59/Fin.Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 30th December, 1990. During the absence of Shri L. T. Lepcha, Accounts Officer, S.T-N.M. Hospital, Health and Family Welfare Department on Leave, Shri Kuber Bhandari, Accounts Officer, Gyalzing temporarily attached to S.T.N.M. Hospital is hereby declared as. Drawing and Disbursing Officer for S.T.N.M. Hospital with immediate effect till 14th December, 1990. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN, Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. NOTIFICATION No. 8/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 24th December, 1990, Consequent upon creation of Engi2. For speedy implementation of such works Secretary, Health & Family Welfare Department is authorised to accorc administrative approval costing upto Rs. 2.50 lakhs2. In the matter of procedure for cution of works, maintenance of accounts and other records and furnishing of monthly accounts to the Accountant General, Sikkim, the provisions of the Sikkim Public Works Manual and, Code shall be, applicable. G.P.PRADHAN Secretary Finance Department. OFFICE ORDER No. 60/Fin/Admn. Dated Gangtok, the 10th December, 1990,: Shri R.K. Rai Principal, Govern merit Degree Collage is hereby declarec as Head of Office in terms of Rule 55 of Sikkim Government Financial Rule with immediate effect. By Order. MRS. B.M. PRADHAN Deputy Secretary, Finance Department. PART III


				
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