DUTIES AND FUNCTION OF EXECUTIVE DISTRICT OFFICER
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TOBA TEK SINGH.
Community Development group of offices consist of following Departments.
1. District Officer Labour
2. District Officer Social Welfare
3. District Officer Co-Operative
4. District Officer Community Organization
5. District Officer Special Education
Executive District Officer Community Development assists the
District Co-ordination Officer in formulation of policy and brings to the notice of
District Co-ordination Officer and the Zila Nazim all the important cases under
the rules. He executes the sanctioned policy and is responsible for efficient
administration and discipline of his group of offices. He also keeps the higher
authorities informed about careful observance of the rules.
The following organogramme indicate the structure of
administrative set up.
EXECUTIVE DISTRICT OFFICER
District Officer District Officer District Officer District Officer District Officer
Labour Social Welfare Co-Operative Community Special Education
The work distribution and functions of District Offices are attached with.
DUTIES & FUNCTIONS OF DISTRICT LABOUR OFFICE
1. Maintenance of industrial peace.
2. Welfare of labour including.
3. Promotion of settlement in cases of industrial disputes
4. Audit and scrutiny of amounts of Trade Unions in the districts.
5. Implementation of compensation of claims and non-payment of
6. Implementation of labour laws both Central & Provincial including.
7. Enforcement of u. Labour law Provincial as well as federal.
8. Implementation of government policies for the gradual elimination of
9. Registration De-registration of factories shops and establishments.
10. Inspection of factories / transport order Labour laws.
11. Inspection of shops under the Punjab shops and establishment
(Security) Act. II of 1999.
12. Manpower and employment.
13. Enforcement of law relation to weights & measures.
14. Purchase of stores and capital goods a District level.
1. Administrative Set up.
EXECUTIVE DISTRICT OFFICER
DISTRICT OFFICER LABOUR
MANAGER EMPLOYMENT LABOUR INSPECTOR
EXCHANGE BPS-16 BPS -9
ASSISTANT SENIOR CLERK
CHOWKIDAR NAIB QASID
2. BUDGET ALLOCATION / EXPENDITURE / SAVINGS.
Budget Allocation for the Year 2007-08. Expenditure Savings
for the Year
A01 Establishment charges 7,06,000 6,04,858 1,01,142
A03 Operating Expenses 1,30,000 82,845 47,155
A13 Repairs 8,000 5,945 2,055
Total: 8,44,000 6,93,948 1,50,352
3. FIELD FORMATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
1- District Officer Labour I- Implementation of various Labour
II- Occuoier and Labour Management
III- Registration, De-registration of
factories Shops & Commercial
IV- To watch the trade union activities.
V- To plan the Welfare Project for the
VI- To eliminate the child labour & Bonded
VII- Verification & Re-verification of Petrol
Pumps & Weighbridges in the whole
2- Manager Employment I- Registration of Essential Personnel and
Exchange. Disable Person & Employment under
3- Labour Inspector I- Verification & Re-verification of
weights & Measures &
Implementation of various Labour
laws on the Shops & Commercial
Establishments under the Ordinance,
4. PERFORMANCE / TARGETS / ACHIEVEMENTS FOR THE YEAR,
2007 UPTO JUNE, 2008.
No. of Inspection No. of Prosecutions. No. of Cases Fine Imposed (In
P.Pumps Weights P.Pumps Weights P.Pumps Weights P.Pumps Weights
163 2854 21 375 30 664 - 16000/-
Pervious Year Current Year Pervious Year 2006- Current Year
2006-07 2007-08 07 2007-08
Rs. 17,00,000 Rs. 18,00,000 Rs, 17,36,855 Rs. 17,47,571
5- PROJECTS AND PLANS (EXISTING AND PROPOSED).
Requisite report may be treated as “NIL”.
6- IMPORTANT LABOUR ISSUES WITH POSSIBLE RESOLUTIONS.
Subject. Action Taken. Remarks.
Complaints were Notices have been Matter should be
received from the issued to the relevant tackled according to
workers against the owner of Brick Killen ruled & regulations.
owner of Brick killen to brief the facts.
7- PROBLEMS & DIFFICULTIES OF THE OFFICE.
The executive District Officer, Community Development
Department Toba Tek Singh has been allotted the officials
vehicle to the both Officers, which is as under:-
1. The District Community Organization Toba Tek Singh
2. The District Officer Labour Toba Tek Singh.
The undersigned has to perform his duties regarding under
Weights & Measures Act, 1975 and various labour laws in factories &
establishments & received the complaints on the mentioned above act,
through out he District. Keeping in view the above, a vehicle may
kindly be provided to the only of undersigned for smooth functioning of
8- FUTURE VISION AND PLAN OF ACTION.
Implementations the various Labour Laws as by as directed
by the government of the Punjab in Future.
GOD HELP THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES
Help ye one an other in righteousness and piety;
But help ye not one an other in Sin and transgression.(Al-Quraan 5:2)
Co-operative Department aims to facilitate the formation and working of
co-operative societies for promotion of thrift, self-help and mutual aid.
Co-operatives have been conceived the world over as a device to bring
together like minded people of limited means, on a common platform to solve
their financial needs. The Cooperatives is a concept wherein persons of humble
origin voluntarily associate together on the basis of equality for the solution of
their economic problems. The basic principle of cooperative movement is thrift
and self-help through cooperation between the members keeping in view the
needs of individual members as well as the solution of problems community.
Co-operatives aim at bringing about more equitable institution of distribution
and optimum utilization of the resources of human as well as financial resources.
One for all, all for one is the basic theme of co-operatives.
Rochdale brothers, the milk sellers of the city of Rochdale in England are
considered to be the pioneers of the concept of cooperation. They formed a
society of like-minded people to achieve the common object of economic
prosperity by way of improving the marketing of their produce. This is reported
to be in the first half of the 19th century. The cooperative movement spread
quickly in the western European countries and ultimately led to the formation of
International Co-operative Alliance (ICA) with its head quarters established at
Geneva at the end of century.
In the indo-Pakistan sub-continent, cop-operatives were introduced at the
turn of the 19th century, primarily to save the down trodden peasants from the
clutches of the usurious money lenders who had a firm strangle hold on the
farming community. It usurious money lenders who had a firm strangle holds
on the farming community. It sought to inculcate in the small farmers the
virtues of saving and thrift, to enable them to help each other in times of need.
Thus in the initial stages the movement remained predominately rural and was
confined mainly to providing credit facilities to the agriculturists. Later on it
entered many diverse fields, like industry, housing, trading, consumer’s stores,
etc. Which help in providing the co-operative movement with a broader base
especially in the urban areas.
The Co-operative movement flourished in Pakistan in 1950s and 1960s
when small farmers hit by the isolation of migration from India and paucity of
resources welcomed the government activities of provicing the platform of Co-
operatives to them. A number of development schemes were launched to make
the allied primary societies economically viable and improve the living conditions
of farmers / members.
Co-operatives is a provincial subject. The affairs of the Co-operative
Societies are regulated under Co-operative Societies Act; 1925 and Co-operative
Societies Rules, 1927.
TOBA TEK SINGH
Since the inception of development plan the Cooperative Department has
emerged as the component of Community Development Department headed by
the Executive District Officer, Community Development at District level and at
the provincial level by the Registrar Cooperative Punjab. The earliest legislation
for the cooperative was Cooperative Credit Society Act 1904 following by
Cooperative Societies Act 1912 and finally Cooperative Society Act 1925. In the
history of Toba Tek Singh, the first Cooperative Society was registered in the
year of 1909 and since then the Cooperative Department is serving the people
of the District.
Cooperation’s the voluntary association of persons for the purpose of their
economic and social uplift and betterment of their life. Cooperative Department
aims at improving the Social Economic condition of people on the basis of self
help and mutual aid because God helps those who help themselves. It is also
responsible for promoting cooperative movement.
FUNCTIONS OF DEPARTMENT
Main functions of the Department are as under:-
Organization and registration of Cooperative Societies.
Monitoring and supervision of the Cooperative Societies.
To facilitate the Cooperative Societies in credit provision in advances of
cooperative credit and recovery cooperative dues.
Promotion of cooperative movement and cooperative education through
the cooperative field staff.
BRIEF SKETCH / PROFILE IN RESPECT OF COOPERATIVE
DEPARTMENT DISTRICT GOVERNMENT, TOBA TEK SINGH
INFORMATION AND DESCRIPTION
District office established in 1984 but the presence of
1. Year of Estt. cooperatives in the area is from 1909 when the first
cooperative society was registered.
2. Area of Operation Toba Tek Singh.
Cooperative Department aims to improve the economic
condition of people on the basis of self help mutual aid.
Organization, registration and monitoring of cooperative
4. Functions societies. Provision of the credit and promotion of the
Designation Total Strength Vacant
District Officer 1 --
Assistant 3 1
Inspectors 6 --
Sub-Inspectors 32 3
5. Assistant 1 --
Senior Clerk 1 --
Junior Clerks 12 --
Driver 1 --
Naib Qasids 9 1
Chowkidar 1 --
Total 67 5
A) Total No. of Coop. 1122
6 Working B) Total Membership 48533
C) Share Capital 8183000
D) Working Capital 2023300
Total Land 0.04 Kanal & 10 Marlas
7 Land & Building Office Block 2308 Sq. Ft.
Residential Block 990 Sq. Ft.
BRIEF OF SOCIAL WELFARE WOMEN DEVELOPMENT & BAIT UL
MAAL DISTRICT TOBA TEK SINGH
(1) ACTIVITIES & FUNCTIONS
1. Formation, Registration and control of Voluntary Social Welfare
Agencies who primarily work on self help basis.
2. Training in different skills to women girls with the aim to convert
them into an earning hand and supplement the income of their
3. Help/Assist the poor patients with the assistance of Patients
Welfare Societies formed in the DHQ hospital & THQ Hospital by
utilizing the Zakat & Bait ul-maal Funds.
4. Help rehabilitate dsable persons through district Assessment Board
& District rehabilitation & Training Committee.
5. Help/Assist the poor orphan students, aged persons, individual
through extending loan with out interest for self employment, Jahez
to orphan girls, assistance to widows & patients out of Bait ul maal
6. Registration of Citizen Community Board.
7. Assist District government during flood, other emergencies and
various assignments assigned by the District Government from
time to time.
8. To provide immediate boarding and lodging facilities for
runaway/disadvantageous women/girls in District.
2. PERFORMANCE AND ACHIEVEMENT DURING THE
LAST ONE YEAR
District Industrial OBJECTIVE SERVICES BENIFI-
Home Socio-economic 1. No. of women 265
(Santizer) T.T. Dev: of women trained. 75
Singh. 1.By imparting skills 2. No. of women
2.Sensetization & under training. 108
awareness about women 3. No. of women
rights through Distt: provided order work. 86000
Core Group and family 4. Total wages paid to
protection centre. the women workers. 7587
5. Govt: commission
MEDICAL SOCIAL SERVICES THROUGH HEALTH WELFARE
COMMITTEE/PATIENTS WELFARE SOCIETIES.
Name of Tehsil Objectives No. of Amount
Toba Tek To provide Medicine 291 879247
Singh free of cost to the
needy and poor
Gojra Do 247 200100
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE
1. Community Development Project Organization, guidance and supervision
T.T. Singh. of social welfare agencies and CBOs
2. Community Development Project Gojra. and generate awareness to masses
through NGOs by organizing seminars,
rallies, malas, walk and competitions.
NO. OF REGISTERED NGOs MAIN FIELD OF ACTIVITIES
Tehsil T.T. Singh 67 Health, Education, Child welfare,
Tehsil Kamalia 33 training, Poverty alleviation and
Tehsil Gojra 40 of Social evil and rehabilitation of
Services through NGOs:
S. No. Name Services Unit Beneficiaries
1 Health 26 926
2 Education 25 3820
3 Youth Welfare 9 76
4 Disable Children 2 40
5 Child Welfare 1 160
6 Women Welfare 66 1426
ESTABLISHMENT OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE AT CHAK NO.
Date of establishment 01-08-2006
No. of women under training 25
REHABILITATION /ASSESSMENT OF DISABLED
CITIZEN COMMUNITY BOARD
CCB Registered 24
Under Process 2
DISTRICT BAIT UL MAAL COMMITTEE TOBA TEK SINGH
Sr. Utilization of Amount Beneficiaries
1 NGOs Grant 481835 13
2 Outright Grant 507000 169
3 Interest Free Loan 0 0
4 Education stipend 741400 57
5 Marriage Grant 176000 44
6 Medical Treatment 103966 73
GRAND TOTAL 2010201 356
2. Skill Development
3. Haj Training