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                 GOVERNMENT                                        GAZETTE


                                       EXTRA ORDINARY
                                  PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
          GANGTOK                 DATE MONDAY 18TH APRIL 2011                 No. 198

                                    EXCISE (ABKARI) DEPARTMENT
                                      GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                             GANGTOK

No 23 / Excise (Abk)                                                      Dated:16.04.2011.
                                             NOTIFICATION

       In exercise of the powers conferred by section 23 of the Sikkim Excise Act, 1992 (2 of 1992)
and in supersession of Notification No 19 /Ex (ABK) , dated 25.03.08 , published in Extraordinary
Gazette number 96 dated the 26th March,2008, the State Government hereby imposes the rate of
Excise Duty , Import Pass Fee, Bottling Fee and Export Pass Fee of all brands of various strength of
Indian and Foreign Liquor and Beer manufactured in the State of Sikkim, imported from other States
and potable Foreign Liquor including similar potable alcoholic Foreign Liquor blended, matured,
compounded , sophisticated outside India and bottled in any State of India and also imported in
Sikkim for consumption to Army Units located in Sikkim, Sikkim Armed Police , Police Check Post,
Subsidiary Intelligence Bureau and Sashastra Seema Bal, Central Reserve Police Force and Indo
Tibet Border Police etc as under, namely:-

 Sl.   Particulars   Ex Factory  Excise duty %         Bottling    Import       Export Pass Remarks
 No                  price (EFP) on EFP for             Fee on      Pass Fee    Fee For
                     including   Army Market            IMFL/      per Case       IMFL/Beer
                     levies and                        *Beer per   ( in Rs )     Exported to
                     commission                         case                    other states/
                     (in Rs)                           (in Rs)                  Overseas
                                                                                Per case
                                                                                (in Rs)

 1     Cheap         450 to 700     (EFP + ½ of         101.25     202.50       NA
       Range                         450)* 45%
                                    (Excise duty in
                                    this case so
                                    computed should
                                    not be less than
                                    Rs. 270/- per case)

 2     Regular       701 to 1500    (EFP + ½ of 701)* -do-         -do-         -do-
       Range                        35% (Excise duty
                                    in this case so
No                  price (EFP) on EFP for              Fee on      Pass Fee    Fee For
                    including   Civil Market            IMFL/      per Case       IMFL/Beer
                    whole sale                         *Beer per   ( in Rs )     Exported to
                    commission                          case                    other states/
                    (in Rs)                            (in Rs)                  Overseas
                                                                                Per case
                                                                                (in Rs)
                                  computed should
                                  not be less than
                                  Rs.420/- per case)

3    Semi
     Premium        1501 to 2500 (EFP + ½ of 1501)*                -do-         -do-            -do-
                                 27% (Excise duty
                                  in this case so
                                 computed should
                                 not be less than
                                 Rs. 650/- per case)

4    Premium        2501 to 4000 (EFP + ½ of 2501)*                -do-         -do-            -do-
                                 22% (Excise duty
                                 in this case so
                                  computed should
                                 not be less than
                                 Rs. 880/- per case)

5    Deluxe*        4001 and above                 (EFP + ½ of 4001)*           -do-            -do-   -do-
                                 20%* (Duty in the
                                 case of products
                                 so computed
                                  should not be
                                 less than
                                 Rs 1250/- per case)

     IMFL           -             -                    -           * Rs. 3000   -do-
     imported
     from over
     seas

     Wine                                                          * Rs. 1500   -do-
     imported
     from Over
     Seas

     BEER                                                          Rs. 117      -do-
      imported
     from over
     seas

     BEER

     Sikkim Beer                  35 % E.F.P           -           -            -do-

     Beer Bottled                 35%E.F.P             15          NA           -do-
     from out
      side state

No                  price      on EFP for civil            Fee on      Pass Fee   Fee For
                    including   Market                     IMFL/      per Case      IMFL/Beer
                    whole sale                            *Beer per   ( in Rs )    Exported to
                    commission                             case                   other states/
                    (in Rs)                               (in Rs)                 Overseas
                                                                                  Per case
                                                                                  (in Rs)

      Beer                          35% E.F.P                         50
      imported
       from other
       state

      WINE

      Sikkim                        20% on E.F.P                                  -do-
      Wine

      Wine                          25 % on E.F.P         101.25                  -do-
      bottled in
      Sikkim

      Wine                          30 % on E.F.P         -           202.50
      imported
      from
      outside
       state


2.     This Notification shall come into force at once.



                                                                        M.K Pradhan,
                                                                        Commissioner,
                                                                      Excise (ABK) Department.

* Per Case equal to 9(Nine) Bulk liter of 750 ml and 8.64 ( Eight and Sixty Four) Bulk liter for 180 ml.
                                        SIKKIM



               GOVERNMENT                                       GAZETTE


                                   EXTRA ORDINARY
                              PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
          GANGTOK             DATE THURSDAY 21ST APRIL 2011                 No. 199

                                    GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                     LAW DEPARTMENT
                                        GANGTOK
No. 5/LD/P/11                                      Dated: 21/4/2011
                                         NOTIFICATION



        The following Act passed by the Sikkim Legislative Assembly and having received the assent
of the Governor on 30th day of March, 2011 is hereby published for general information:-

         THE SIKKIM TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT FUND
                          (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2011

                                       (ACT NO. 5 OF 2011)
                                                 AN
                                                ACT


       further to amend the Sikkim Transport Infrastructure Development Fund Act, 2004.

       Be it enacted by the Legislature of Sikkim in the Sixty-first year of the Republic of India, as
follows:-

Short title, extent 1.       (1)      This Act may be called the Sikkim Transport
and                                   Infrastructure Development Fund (Amendment) Act,
commencement                          2011
                             (2)      It extends to the whole of Sikkim.
                      (3)     It shall come into force at once.


Insertion of new 2.           In the Sikkim Transport Infrastructure Development
CHAPTER-IIA                   Fund Act, 2004, (hereinafter referred to as the “said
and sections 3A,              Act”) , after section 3, under CHAPTER-II and
3B, 3C and 3D                 before Chapter-III, the following new CHAPTER
                              and section 3A, section 3B section 3C and section
                              3D shall be inserted, namely:-


                                                “CHAPTER-IIA


Registration          3A.(1) Any person or authority or corporation, established
                              by or under any statute or any State or Central
                              Government undertaking, who is liable to pay cess
                              under this Act, shall register under the Act within
                              two months      from     the        commencement    of
                              business or commercial activities, in the Form and
                              manner as may be prescribed.
                      (2)     Any person or authority or corporation, or any
                              undertaking referred to in sub-section (1) whose
                              business or commercial activities has commenced
                              before this section came into force, shall register
                              under this Act within two months from the date of
                              enforcement of this section or enforcement of the
                              rules made thereunder, whichever is later.


                      (3)     The prescribed authority may allow registration
                              beyond the time prescribed in sub-section (1) and
                              sub-section (2), for a reasonable span of time if he is
                              satisfied that the applicant was prevented to register
                              himself due to valid reasons:
                           Provided that any person who fails to register in
                           terms of this section shall be liable for penalty not
                           exceeding rupees five hundred per day of default
                           that shall be imposed after providing an opportunity
                           of being heard to such person.
Assessment, refund   3B.   If the prescribed authority is not satisfied with the
and appeal                 accounts of purchases, sales, returns furnished and
                           payments of cess made by the person registered or
                           accounts furnished and payments made by an
                           unregistered person, if any, such prescribed authority
                           may make summary assessment on such person
                           within three years from the date of returns furnished
                           or payment of cess made, and for this purpose the
                           prescribed authority may cause the person to
                           produce all relevant and necessary books of accounts
                           or may make best judgment assessment if the person
                           fails to produce books of accounts:
                                   Provided that any excess payments of cess
                           made by any person under this Act shall after
                           assessment, be refunded or appropriated to any
                           outstanding dues or future liability of cess:
                                   Provided further that an appeal against any
                           of the order of the sub-ordinate prescribed authority
                           shall lie to the next higher prescribed authority
                           within 45 (forty five) days of passing of the order
                           against which appeal is intended to be preferred:
                                   Provided also that any appeal preferred as
                           per second Proviso shall be disposed off by the
                           Appellate Authority within a period of one year from
                           the date of filing of such appeal or within such
                           extended time as the prescribed authority allows
                                   which shall not be more than six months at one
                                   instance.
Production       of        3C.     It shall be lawful for any prescribed authority to
documents,                         demand by notice, any of the documents, from any
inspection       of                registered or unregistered persons, pertaining to the
business premises                  purchases and sales of the goods liable for cess
and   penalty   for                under this Act, which are maintained under the
non-production of                  Sikkim Sales Tax Act, 1983 or the Sikkim Value
documents                          Added Tax Act, 2005 or any other law governing the
                                   tax on sales and purchases of goods, or to inspect
                                   business premises of such persons at any reasonable
                                   time but not before sun rise and after sun set:
                                               Provided that the prescribed authority may
                                   after providing an opportunity of being heard,
                                   impose a penalty not exceeding rupees twenty-five
                                   thousand on the person who fails to furnish the
                                   documents referred to in this section.
Declaration      of        3D.     The     declaration     during     transportation     of
goods made in the                  consignments of goods made in the Check Posts set
Checkposts under                   up in Sikkim, in the Forms and manners as
other Acts to be                   prescribed in the Sikkim Sales Tax Act, 1983, or the
deemed          as                 Sikkim Value Added Tax Act, 2005, or under any
declared under the                 other law for the time being in force, shall be
Act                                deemed to have been declared for the purpose of this
                                   Act, too.”
Insertion of          3.           In the said Act, in section 4, after sub-section (1), the
sub-section (1A) in                following sub-section shall be inserted, namely,-
section 4

                           “(1A). The State Government, if satisfied to do so in public
                                   interest, may by notification amend, add to or alter
                            the items specified or revise the rate or rates of cess
                            prescribed in the First Schedule to this Act.”


Insertion           of 4.   In the said Act, in sub-section (3) of section 4, the
Proviso     to    sub-      following Proviso shall be inserted, namely:-
section     (3)     of                “Provided that if any person required to
section 4                   furnish returns with proof of payments under this
                            sub-section fails to do so without reasonable cause,
                            he shall be liable for penalty not exceeding rupees
                            fifty per day of default in filing returns and/or
                            making    payments that       shall   be imposed after
                            providing such person an opportunity of being
                            heard.”
Amendment           of 5.   In the said Act, in the First Schedule, for the existing
First Schedule              rates of cess as specified in column (3), the
                            following shall be substituted, namely;-
                            “ Rupees three per litre.”,



                            “Rupees two and fifty paisa per litre.”




                                              (R.K. Purkayastha) SSJ
                                               L.R-cum-Secretary,
                                                Law Department
                                               SIKKIM



                 GOVERNMENT                                     GAZETTE


                                    EXTRA ORDINARY
                               PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
          GANGTOK              DATE THURSDAY 21SAPRIL 2011               No. 200

                                     LAW DEPARTMENT
                                   GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                        GANGTOK

No. 6/LD/P/11                                             Dated: 21/04/2011

                                           NOTIFICATION

        The following Act passed by the Sikkim Legislative Assembly and having received the assent
of the Governor on 30th day of March, 2011 is hereby published for general information:-


  SIKKIM FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND BUDGET MANAGEMENT (AMENDMENT)
                                ACT, 2011

                                        (ACT NO. 6 OF 2011)


                                                 AN
                                                ACT
        to amend the Sikkim Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act, 2010.
        Be it enacted by the Legislature of Sikkim in the Sixty-second Year of the Republic of India
as follows:-


Short Title            1.    (1) This Act may be called the Sikkim Fiscal Responsibility
              Budget Management (Amendment) Act, 2011.
Commencement
       (2) It shall come into force at once.
Amendment of
          2. In the Sikkim Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management              (Amendment) Act, 2010, for
          clause (d) of sub-section (1) of section 5, the following clause shall be substituted, namely :-


           (d) reduce debt stock to 55.9 % of the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) within a period of five
          years commencing from the year 2010-2011 and ending on 2014-2015, in the manner as mentioned
          below :-


          Year              Maximum debt stock as per centum of Gross State Domestic
                            Product (GSDP)
          2010-2011                                         68.4
          2011-2012                                         65.2
          2012-2013                                         62.1
          2013-2014                                         58.8
          2014-2015                                         55.9




Repeal and saving      3. (1) The Sikkim Fiscal Responsibility Budget Management
                      (Amendment) Ordinance, 2011 (Ordinance No. 1 of 2011) is hereby
                      repealed.

                          (2) Notwithstanding such repeal, anything done or any action taken
                      under the Ordinance so repealed shall be deemed to have been taken
                      under the corresponding provisions of this Act.




                                                          (R.K. Purkayastha) SSJS
                                                                 L.R –cum-Secretary,
                                                                  Law Department.
                                           SIKKIM



            GOVERNMENT                                        GAZETTE


                                EXTRA ORDINARY
                           PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
       GANGTOK             DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011                  No. 201

                                 ENERGY & POWER DEPARTMENT

                                  GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM

     No. 350/CE-III/SLDC/10-11/530                                 Dated: 18.4.2011

                                    NOTIFICATION

A.   Whereas the Government of Sikkim (GoS) has been promoting development of hydro power
     generation with the help of private sector and has entered into Implementation Agreements
     authorizing several private Independent Power Producers (“IPPs”) to develop hydro power
     projects in the State of Sikkim.

B.   Whereas Sikkim Power Development Corporation Limited (SPDCL), a company owned and
     controlled by the Government of Sikkim has been helping the Government of Sikkim in
     discharging its obligation under the Implementation Agreement including with respect to
     acquisition of land etc.

C.   Whereas therefore, the diverse Implementation Agreements entered into with IPPs provides
     certain rights in favour of the Government of Sikkim inter-alia with respect to availability of
     free power; right to acquire shares of IPPs; and transfer of hydro power project upon expiry
     of period provided in the Implementation Agreements. As per the Implementation
     Agreements, the aforesaid rights can be exercised by the Government of Sikkim or any
     entity authorised/nominated by the Government of Sikkim. Accordingly, in some of the
     Implementation Agreements, SPDCL is a party and may be entitled to exercise some of the
     rights for and on behalf of the Government of Sikkim.

D.   Whereas SPDCL has given up the rights entitled to it by being a party to any such
     agreement by a resolution passed in its Board meeting held on 1st February 2011.

     Now therefore, the Government of Sikkim hereby states, clarifies, confirms, directs and
     declares and notifies that, notwithstanding provisions of the Implementation Agreements with
     IPPs:

1.   SPDCL shall have no right under any Implementation Agreement with any private IPP
     entered for development of hydro power projects in the State of Sikkim by such private IPPs;

2.   The Government of Sikkim shall be the owner of the land acquired by SPDCL on behalf of
     the Government of Sikkim for leasing out to private IPPs under the terms of Implementation
     Agreement and/or any other agreement. Further, under the lease agreements signed with
     IPPs, the Government of Sikkim is hereby declared as the Lessor and SPDC shall have no
     right, title or interest in the land provided to any private IPP and all the ownership rights with
     respect to land provided to IPPs on lease shall vest with the Government of Sikkim.

3.   The Government of Sikkim shall alone be entitled to exercise the rights to acquire shares of
     the IPPs as per the provision of the Implementation Agreements;

4.   The Government of Sikkim shall alone be entitled to exercise the rights of receiving the free
     power from the IPPs as per the provision of the Implementation Agreements.

5.   The Implementation Agreements executed between the Government of Sikkim and the IPPs
     shall stand amended to the extent required to give effect to this order.

     By Order.




                                                                       (P. WANGCHEN),
                                                                  PCE CUM SECRETARY.
                                        SIKKIM



               GOVERNMENT                                       GAZETTE


                                   EXTRA ORDINARY
                              PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
          GANGTOK             DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011                 No. 202

                          GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
               RURAL MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
                               GANGTOK

       No: 21/RM&DD/P                                         Dated: 16/04/2011
                                        NOTIFICATION

           With a view to further strengthen the Panchayats in Sikkim, the State Government is
pleased to constitute a State level Panchayat Advisory Forum with the following members and
terms of reference :-
       I.ELECTED MEMBERS.
        1.Mr.B.Dawadi,Adhaksha,East District           - Chairperson.
        2.Mr.H.Tamang,Up-Adhaksha,South District        - Member
        3.Ms.P.Doma,Up-Adhaksha,North District          - Member
        4.Mr.H.H.Poudyal,ZP Member, East District       - Member
        5.Mr.B.M.Rai,Sabhapati,Ranka GP                 - Member
        6.Mr.Ganesh Rai,Sabhapati,Mellidara GP          - Member
        7.Mr.L.P.Kafley,Sabhapati,Gerethang,GP          - Member
        8.Mr.T.L.Bhutia,Sachiva,Kabi Tingda GP           - Member
        II.OFFICIAL MEMBERS.
        9.Mr. K.L. Lepcha ,BDO, Khamdong                  - Member
        10.Mr.J.Wangyal,Panchayat Inspector, Khamdong - Member
        11.Mr.K.C.Dahal,RDA,Simik Linzay GP               - Member
        12.Mr.T.W.Khangsarpa,Additional Secretary(P) - Convener.

The term of the Forum shall be the financial year 2011-12.
The headquarters of the Forum shall be the office of the Adhaksha, East District.
The Forum shall meet at least once a month.

Functions:

1. To examine all legislations pertaining to the Panchayats in Sikkim and to make
  recommendations to the State Government on strengthening such laws.
2. To examine all governmental orders relating to the Panchayats and to make recommendations to
the State Government on insuring the effectiveness of such orders.
3. To advise the State Government on ways and means of improving the financial position of the
Panchayats.
4. To assess the training needs of Panchayat members and functionaries and make
  recommendations thereto.
5. To assess the day to day functioning of Panchayats and make recommendations on system
improvement in the GPKs and ZPs.

6. To prepare a Panchayat calendar for the year 2011-12.

7. To assist the State Government in such matters as maybe entrusted to it from time to time.

                                                         By order.
                                                          Sd/-
                                                   (Anil Ganeriwala, IFS)
                                                              SECRETARY
                                     SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                     GAZETTE


                                 EXTRA ORDINARY
                            PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
         GANGTOK            DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011              No. 203

                             GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                               HOME DEPARTMENT
                                  GANGTOK
              No/24/Gen/Home                     Dated: 20/04/2011

                                       NOTIFICATION

       The State Government is pleased to order that female government employee on Co-
terminus/Adhoc basis shall be eligible for two months maternity leave with full Consolidated pay
with immediate effect.


       By order and in the name of Governor.

                                                                      Sd/-
                                                               (N.D.Chingapa,IAS)
                                                                  Chief Secretary
                               SIKKIM



            GOVERNMENT                            GAZETTE


                             EXTRA ORDINARY
                        PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
        GANGTOK         DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011       No. 204

                      GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM TOURISM
                   TOURISM AND CIVIL AVIATION DEPARTMENT
                                 GANGTOK.

Notification No. 04/DOT&CAV             Date of Notification 31/03/2011

                               NOTIFICATION .

      The Code of conduct for Safe and Honorable Tourism is hereby adopted
by the Government of Sikkim w.e.f. 1st April 2011 and is hereby notified for
general information and adoption by Stake holders involved in the Travel and
Tourism Sectors.


      By Order and in the name of Governor.



                               CHIEF SECRETARY.
                        GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM TOURIUM
                        Gos /Tourism/ Adm./12(9) 2010.



                                   INDEX

1. SAFE AND HONOURABLE TOURISM.

2. APPLICABILITY

3. GUIDELINES FOR THE TRAVEL AND TOURISM INDUSTRY.
4. KEY MESSAGES FOR AWARENESS BUILDING AND
   DISSEMINATION.



SAFE AND HONOURABLE TOURISM :-

       To leverage the burgeoning global travel and trade and in keeping with the
Indian tourism industry’s objective of positioning India as a global tourism brand, the
Ministry of Tourism has strategically outlined in its policy the central principle of ‘Atithi
Devo Bhava’     ( Guest is God ) . In stating this, is evident the commitment of Indian
tourism to ensure that every tourist in India is physically invigorated, mentally
rejuvenated, culturally enriched and spiritually elevated.

       To meet this objective and at the core of the National tourism policy of 2002 is
outlined the seven pillars of tourism, Swagat (Welcome), Soochana ( Information ),
Suvidha ( Facilitation ), Suraksha ( Safety ), Sahyong ( Cooperation ), Samrachanm (
Infrastructure Development ) and Safai ( Cleanliness ).

       ‘Safe and Honorable Tourism’ aims to strengthen the critical pillar of
‘Suraksha’ ( Safety ) and ensure that Indian tourism follows international standards of
safe tourism practices, applicable for both tourists and local residents i.e local people
and communities who may be impacted by tourism in some way. Its central objective
is to ensure that tourism activities are undertaken, integrating the need to protect the
dignity, safety and the right to freedom for exploitation of all tourists and local
residents involved in or impacted by tourism. In today’s scenario, following safety
guidelines is not just about adhering to the provisions of the seven pillars but also
implies good business. As the demand from travelers for safe and secure tourism
services increases, this code will assist signatories to build capacities among their
services chains and personnel so as to be able to respond to this demand.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

       This code is a guideline for conduct to enable the Indian travel and tourism
industry to :
1. Encourage tourism activities to be undertaken with respect for basic rights like
dignity, safety and freedom form exploitation of both tourists and local residents i.e
people and communities who may be impacted by tourism in some way.

2. Aid the prevention of prostitution, sex tourism and forms of sexual exploitations like
assaults and molestations in tourism to safeguard the safety of persons, in particular
women and children.

3. To enhance prevention of activities like forced or involuntary drug use, manipulated
and incorrect information, cultural and social intolerance which could increase
vulnerability to crime.
APPLICABILITY :
       This code of conduct shall be applicable to all the owners, suppliers, contractors,
employees of the travel and tour sector including hotels, restaurants, lodges, guest
houses, tour agents, entertainment establishments etc.           In addition it shall be
applicable to service providers like event management organizations, entertainment
providers, transport operators like taxis, buses, tour guides and other services or
agencies associated with the tourism sector this is not a legally binding instrument but
a set of guidelines for the tourism industry. In addition to these guidelines, included in
this code are key messages that signatories are encouraged to use.

GUIDELINES FOR THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

1. Information & training of personnel:

   •   Management will take up measures to build awareness and train staff on the
       guidelines of this code and appropriate legal provisions to enhance vigilance and
       to ensure that personnel act in a manner that promotes the safety of tourists,
       local residents and their own staff.
   •   All hotels and tour operators shall train and maintain two persons as focal points
       to ensure that all safety norms and guidelines of this code are adhered to. The
       officers shall provide correct information to tourists, like information on Child
       lines – 1098, Women Help lines – 1091 , local police helpline 100 and also act as
       a liaison officer with agencies such as the local police station , immigration
       authorities, civil society partners working in this area, child and women welfare
       committees etc.
   •   In case of an incidence of exploitation, personnel shall be sensitized to report
       correct information to the appropriate authorities act in cooperation with law
       enforcement agencies, other agencies providing care and support and take
       necessary action to protect the interests of the individual whose rights are
       violated.
   •   Organization will promote awareness on the code among service providers
       affiliated to their business such as vendors, contractors, taxi drivers, tour guides,
       event management companies etc.
   •   In case of misconduct by a staff member or personnel of a service provider,
       signatories of the code will commit themselves to act in an unbiased manner,
       reporting to incidence to appropriate authorities and protecting the interests of
       the individual whose rights are violated.
   •   Identified victims shall not be treated as criminals. They should be identified as
       persons in need of care, protection and should be provided with legal, medical,
       phycho- social and any other assistance without delay.

   2. Public awareness and guest notification :

   •   Message of intolerance to any form of exploitation must be made evident in
       appropriate place visible to guests/ clients, employees and other visitors. Guests
       and clients must also be provided information through the company’s website,
       brochures, tickets, bills , in – room/ in- flight communication etc on issue related
    to commercial sexual exploitation such as sex tourism, prostitution, pornography
    , forms of sexual assaults molestations and key messages elaborated in this
    code.
•   In order to enhance tolerance for social and cultural norms, signatories of this
    code must take action to provide information available to their best knowledge
    on local social and cultural beliefs and norms. knowledge and tolerance for
    different social and cultural norms will allow tourists to dress , conduct
    themselves and respect local beliefs helping them to adjust and thereby reducing
    the vulnerabilities they might face as foreigners to a particular destination.
•   Signatories of the code are encouraged to assist tourists with guidance on safety
    tips applicable to the specific city / place like place to visit, timings for visits,
    right dressing and precautions against moving alone, and against accepting
    eatables and favours from unknown persons etc. Guests and clients shall be
    cautioned against solicitations from touts, non - regulated tourism operators and
    encouraged to consult the website of the Tourism Ministry and other authorized
    websites.
•   Signatories will ensure that a clause is included in registration papers seeking
    commitment of the tourist to act in a manner that respects the dignity and rights
    of local residents and also to conduct themselves in a manner that shall aid the
    tourist’s own protection against exploitation.

3.REGULATED USE OF PREMISES AND OFFICIAL EQUIPMENT

•   Management / owners are encouraged to prohibit usage of the organization’s
    premises for use or abuse of illicit substances, sexual violations and of company
    equipment for viewing, storage, distribution, promotion or use of material which
    could increase vulnerability to exploitations of the nature mentioned in this code.
•   Individuals under the permitted age shall not be allowed permission in to
    restricted areas like bars and pubs.
•   Tourism service providers shall verify and maintain a record of details pertaining
    to tourists, personnel and service providers like address, contact details etc and
    also commit themselves to maintaining confidentiality.
•   Internet usage that promotes, seeks any contacts for sex tourism and other
    sexual services, for search of pornographic material and / or to solicit the sale
    and purchase of illicit substance shall be prohibited.

4. ETHICAL BUSINESS PRACTICE AND MARKETING:

•   Management/ owners shall ensure that all contracts with business partners,
    suppliers and franchise agreements bear a clause seeking commitment to
    provisions of the ‘Code of conduct for Safe and Honorable Tourism’ in their
    business.
•   Any tourism enterprise or service provider found to act in a manner that
    undermines the safety of persons outlined in this code may be blacklisted.
•   Sexually explicit images or concepts / images that may compromise the safety of
    individuals shall not be used for marketing purposes. An unambiguous company
    policy shall be set up to ensure that marketing and advertising does not support
    the promotion of sexual exploitation or promotion of sexually explicit images.
   •   Signatories are encouraged to patronize vendors and service providers who are
       committed to adhering to the provisions of this code.

   5. IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING :

   •   All signatories are required to maintain an annual report of ‘Code of conduct for
       Safe and Honorable Tourism ‘and submit it to a designated authority.

   •   Management / owners shall report on :

          o   Training and capacity building initiatives carried out for personnel/ staff.
          o   Means adopted to raise awareness on safety among guests, personnel and
              service providers.

KEY MESSAGES FOR AWARENESS BUILDING AND DISSEMINATION.

Enhancing safety and security of all tourists.

   •   All signatories of the code are committed to act in a manner that protects the
       dignity and freedom against exploitation of persons especially women and
       children and facilitate prevention of incidences of sexual molestation,
       harassment of their guests and provide assistance in case of an untoward
       incident.
   •   In case of exploitation please call the Child Line – 1098, Women Help Line 1091
       and / or contract relevant authorities like the police or travel and tour operators.
   •   Like in may places in the rest of the world tourists are encouraged to follow
       some basic and practical safety tips such as to remain with a group or meet new
       people in public place, not to accept items from persons whom they have
       befriended recently, be wary of unexpected, unknown persons coming to their
       hotel room, never open the door to unsolicited room service or maintenance
       people etc.
   •   Tourists are encouraged to understand local social, cultural norms and beliefs
       and are encouraged to conduct themselves in a manner that respects these
       beliefs.
   •   Tourists must always take the advice of more than one person when seeking
       information on place to visit shopping place, local customs, beliefs and norms
       and remain vigilant on accepting completed documents. Tourists are encouraged
       to seek information from Government of India recognized information centers
       and visit the Ministry of Tourism‘s websites.
   •   Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act 1986, Section 2 (c) -
       Indecent representation of women means the depiction in any manner of the
       figure of a woman her form or body or any part thereof in such a way as to have
       the effect of being indecent, or derogatory to, or denigrating a woman or is likely
       to deprave, corrupt or injure the public morality or morals.
   •   Kidnapping or abducting in order to subject person to grievous hurt, slavery, etc
       is an offence under Section 367 of the Indian Penal Code.
   •   Assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty is an
       office under Section 354 of the Indian Penal Code.
•   Punishment for rape offence shall not be less than seven years but which may be
    for life or for a term which may extend to ten years as the case may be
    according to Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code.

ENHANCING SAFETY OF LOCAL PEOPLE

•   People across the world dress, eat and live differently and follow different values
    and norms. Tourists are encouraged to respect the local people and must
    commit themselves to acting in adherence to local laws.
•   Signatories to the code maintain zero tolerance to acts of sexual exploitations,
    including commercial sexual exploitation like prostitution, sex tourism and
    trafficking of persons for it.
•   Many tourists believe that they are protected by anonymity and thus laws are
    more easily violated. Any guest, staff, partner linked to this agency found to be
    indulging in exploitations outlined in this code or supporting it shall be reported
    to an appropriate authority.
•   A few alarming trends that have emerged in recent years are sexual exploitation
    through sex tourism, paedophilia, prostitution in pilgrim towns and other tourist
    destinations, cross border trafficking.
•   According to studies conducted by the Ministry of Women and Child
    Development there are 3 million commercial sex workers in India, of which an
    estimated 40% are children.
•   Human trafficking is a crime against humanity. It involves an act of recruiting,
    transporting, transferring, harboring or receiving a person through use of force,
    coercion or other means for the purpose of exploiting them. The consent of a
    victim of trafficking in persons to the intended exploitation is irrelevant
    irrespective of age.
•   Sexual relationship with a child amounts to rape according to the Indian Penal
    Code and is punishable with imprisonment of minimum 7 years which can even
    be extended to life imprisonment.
•   Acquiring or inducing any person (irrespective of age or sex) for prostitution of
    causing a person to be taken for prostitution is an offence under Section 5 of
    Immoral Traffic Prevention Act 1956 and with a punishment of 3-7 years.
•   It is a myth that sexual intercourse with a virgin or a minor will cure STI or
    prevent HIV. It only spreads the disease further.
•   Abetment to crime amounts to committing the crime itself.
•   Victims of exploitation are not criminals. They are persons in need of care,
    protection, legal, medical and psychological assistance.
•   Under section 7 of Immoral Traffic Prevention Act, 1956 , letting out a hotel or
    any part there off for prostitution is an offence for which the license of the hotel
    can be suspended.
•   Publishing or transmitting or causing to be published or transmitted , material in
    any electronic from which depicts children engaged in sexually explicit act or
    induces children to online relationship with one or more children for and on
    sexually explicit act is an offence under section 67 (b) of the Information
    Technology ( Amendment ) Act 2008.
•   Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substance ( NDPS ) Act – Engaging in the
    production,     manufacture,     possession,    sale,  purchase,     transportation,
    warehousing, concealment, use or consumption, import inter – state, export
    inter- state, import in to India, export from India or transshipment, of narcotic
    drugs or psychotropic substance is an offence expect for scientific and medical
    reasons. Punishment for the offence may imply imprisonment, fine or both.
•   Handling or letting out any premises for the carrying on of any of the above
    mentioned activities in an offence under NDPS act.
•   According to the National Security Act, 1980 the Central Government or the
    state Government has the power to act against any person with a view to
    prevent him from acting in any manner prejudicial to the defence of India , the
    relations of India with foreign powers or the security of India.
•   The Foreigners (Amendment) Act ,2004 – If a foreigner to the country acts in
    violations of the conditions of the valid visa issued to him for his entry and stay
    in India , shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to
    five years and shall also be liable to fine. If he has entered in to a bond then his
    bond shall be fortified.
                                            SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                      GAZETTE


                                 EXTRA ORDINARY
                            PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
         GANGTOK            DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011                No. 205

                                 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
   DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS AND EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND CHIEF
                  MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                            GANGTOK - 737101

No. 369 /GEN/DOP                                                DATED: 01/04/2011.

                                       NOTIFICATION

      The Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to up-grade 02 (Two) posts of Revenue Supervisor
presently held by (i) Shri. Krishna Prasad Kharel and (ii) Ms. Eden Lhamu Bhutia to that of Senior
Revenue Supervisor in the Pay Band - 2 of ` 9300 – 34800 and Grade Pay of ` 5000 in the Energy
and Power Department with effect from the date the upgraded posts are filled-up through promotion
on the recommendation of Sikkim Public Service Commission.


   This is issued with the concurrence of Finance, Revenue and Expenditure Department

       BY ORDER.


                                      Sd/-
                                       (Dipa Basnet) Mrs.
               ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                        SIKKIM



               GOVERNMENT                                       GAZETTE


                                   EXTRA ORDINARY
                              PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
          GANGTOK             DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011                 No. 206

                                    GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
    DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
 GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS AND EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND CHIEF
                   MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                             GANGTOK - 737101

No. 370 /GEN/DOP                                                  DATED: 01/04/2011.

                                         NOTIFICATION

      The Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to up-grade the post of Superintendent in the Pay
Band – 2 of ` 9300 – 34800 and Grade Pay of ` 3800 presently held by Mrs. Yangzi Lama
Sherpa to that of Assistant Director in the Pay Band - 2 of ` 9300 – 34800 and Grade Pay of ` 5000
in the Working Women’s Hostel, Deorali under Social Justice, Empowerment and Welfare
Department with effect from the date the upgraded post is filled-up through promotion on the
recommendation of Sikkim Public Service Commission.
   The above upgraded post shall stand restored to the level of Inspector as and when the upgraded
post is vacated by the incumbent on account of transfer, promotion, resignation or retirement.

       BY ORDER.
                                        Sd/-
                                        (Dipa Basnet) Mrs.
           ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
    DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
 GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS AND EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND CHIEF
                   MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                                             SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                        GAZETTE


                                  EXTRA ORDINARY
                             PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
         GANGTOK             DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011                 No. 207

                         GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
 DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
  GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS & EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND
         CHIEF MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME

                                GANGTOK
No. 375/GEN/DOP                                             Dated: 15/4/2011

                                     NOTIFICATION
       Whereas the State Government has deemed it expedient to fill up 4 (four) post of Cooperative
Audit Officer under the Sikkim State Cooperative Service Rules, 1994;

       And whereas under rule 6 read with Schedule-II of the Sikkim State Cooperative Services
Rules, 1994, the method of recruitment to the post of Co-operative Audit Officer is 50% by direct
recruitment and 50% by promotion;

      And whereas, the post of Cooperative Audit Officer requires technical education in
Cooperative sectors and requires sufficient knowledge and experience;

        And whereas, Shri Thendup Lepcha , Shri Yougal Kishore Pradhan, Shri Rohit Rasaily and
Shri Shailesh Rai, Cooperative Auditors have completed 6 (six) years of continuous service as
Cooperative Auditor and have gained sufficient knowledge and experience and performing their
duties satisfactorily ;

        And whereas the State Government is of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient to relax
the provision relating to the method of recruitment prescribed under rule 6 read with Schedule-II of
the said rules to promote Shri Thendup Lepcha , Shri Yougal Kishore Pradhan, Shri Rohit Rasaily
and Shri Shailesh Rai, Cooperative Auditors to the post of Cooperative Audit Officer duly utilizing
the provision 50% direct recruitment quota;

       And whereas rule 28 of the said rules provide for relaxation of the provision of the rules;
       Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by rule 28 of the Sikkim State
Cooperative Service Rules, 1994, the Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to relax the provision
relating to the method of recruitment prescribed under rule 6 read with the Schedule-II of the said
rules with a view to promote Shri Thendup Lepcha , Shri Yougal Kishore Pradhan, Shri Rohit
Rasaily and Shri Shailesh Rai, Cooperative Auditors to the post of Cooperative Audit Officer duly
utilizing the provision of 50% direct recruitment quota as one time relaxation.

BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR.

                                 Sd/-
                             (L.M. PRADHAN)
                ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT
 DEPTT. OF PERSONNEL, ADM. REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES,
     CAREER OPTIONS & EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND
                 CHIEF MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                                               SIKKIM



               GOVERNMENT                                          GAZETTE


                                    EXTRA ORDINARY
                               PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
          GANGTOK              DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011                   No. 208

                         GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
 DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
  GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS & EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND
         CHIEF MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                      GANGTOK

No. 376/GEN/DOP                                                       Dated: 19/4/2010

                                       NOTIFICATION

       WHEREAS the State Government has deemed it expedient to fill up the posts of Sub-
Inspector in the Sikkim Police under the Sikkim Police Force (Recruitment, Promotion and
Seniority) Rules, 2000;

       AND WHEREAS under column 5 of the Schedule II of the Sikkim Police Force
(Recruitment, Promotion and Seniority) Rules, 2000, the upper age limit for recruitment to the post
of Sub-Inspector is 25 years;

       AND WHEREAS in the last advertisement for recruitment to the post of Sub-Inspector, the
upper age limit was notified as 30 years vide Employment notice number 945/DIG/HQ/2010 dated:
14/12/2010;

        AND WHEREAS the State Government is of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient to
relax the provision relating to the upper age limit prescribed under column 5 of the Schedule II to the
said rules to 30 years for direct recruitment to the post of Sub-Inspector;

       And whereas rule 17 of the said rules provide for relaxation of the provision of the rules;

        Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by rule 17 of the Sikkim Police Force
(Recruitment, Promotion and Seniority) Rules, 2000, the Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to
relax the provision relating to the upper age limit prescribed under column 5 of the Schedule II of the
said rules to 30 years for direct recruitment as one time relaxation with the view to fill up the posts of
Sub- Inspectors through Sikkim Public Service Commission.
BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR

                                     Sd/-
                                 (L.M. PRADHAN)
                ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT
DEPTT. OF PERSONNEL, ADM. REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES,
           CAREER OPTIONS & EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND
                    CHIEF MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                                            SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                      GAZETTE


                                  EXTRA ORDINARY
                             PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
         GANGTOK             DATE MONDAY 18TH APRIL 2011               No. 209

                                 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
   DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS AND EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND CHIEF
                  MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                            GANGTOK - 737101

    No. 377 /GEN/DOP                                     DATED: 19/4/2011

                                       NOTIFICATION

      The Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to up-grade the post of Senior Research Officer
(Wildlife) in the pre-revised scale of Rs. 11000 – 350 – 16250, presently held by Smt. Usha
Lachungpa to that of Principal Research Officer in the revised Pay Band - 3 of ` 15600 – 39100 and
Grade Pay of ` 8700 in the Forest, Environment and Wildlife Management Department with effect
from the date the upgraded post is filled-up through promotion on the recommendation of Sikkim
Public Service Commission.


       BY ORDER.


                                                  Sd/
                                            (L. M. Pradhan)
            ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
     DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS AND EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND CHIEF
                              MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT
                                         SIKKIM



               GOVERNMENT                                        GAZETTE


                                   EXTRA ORDINARY
                              PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
          GANGTOK             DATE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2011                  No. 210

                           GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
              LAND REVENUE & DISASTER MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION NO:3/8-II/LR&DMD(S)                                     DATED:23/04/2011.

                            NOTICE UNDER SECTION 4(1) OF
                       LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 (ACT I OF 1894)

        Whereas it appears to the Governor that land is likely to be needed for a public purpose, not
being a purpose of the Union, namely for construction of Power Control Room by Power and
Energy Department, Government of Sikkim in the block of Ray Mindu, East Sikkim, it is hereby
notified that the piece of land comprising cadastral Plot No.213 measuring area more or less .0920
hectare bounded on East: Land of            Donor, West: PWD Road, North: Jhora & South: Donors
land is likely to be needed for the aforesaid public purpose at the public expense within the aforesaid
block of Ray Mindu, East Sikkim.

       This notification is made, under the provision of Section 4(1) of L.A.Act, 1894 (Act I of
1894) to all whom it may concern.

       A plan of land may be inspected in the Office of the District Collector, East, Gangtok.

        In exercise of the powers conferred by the aforesaid Section, the Governor is        further
pleased to authorize the Officers for the time being engaged in the undertaking, with their servants
and workmen, to enter upon and survey the land and do all other acts required or permitted by that
section.

       And whereas there is urgency to acquire 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.

                              SD/-(B.K.KHAREL)
                            COMMISSIONER-CUM-SECRETARY,
                           LAND REVENUE & DM DEPARTMENT,
                           GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM, GANGTOK.
                                    SIKKIM
                GOVERNMENT                                      GAZETTE


                                    EXTRA ORDINARY
                               PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
           GANGTOK             DATE TUESDAY 26th APRIL 2011              No. 211
                             GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                LAND REVENUE & DISASTER MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION NO:4/1138/LR&DMD(S)                              DATED:26/04/2011.

                       DE ACQUISITION UNDER SECTION 4(1) OF
                      LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 (ACT I OF 1894)

       Whereas the land whose description is given below was likely to be needed for public
purpose and notification to that effect had been made in the official Gazette No. 366 dated 26th July,
2010 under section 4 (1) of the Land Acquisition Act, 1984 and whereas it has subsequently been
revealed that the land is not required for public purpose and that possession over the land has not
been taken over by the Collector, District West, the notification made earlier Under Section 4 (1) of
the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 is hereby cancelled.

Description of Land
Plot No:          618/P, 619/P, 617/P, 587/P, 593/P, 595/P, 261/P, 263/P, 596/P,
                  260/P, 258/P, 257/P, 219/P, 220/P, 214/P, 218/P, 223/P, 222/P,
                  224/P, 601/P, 598/P, 620/P, 599/P, 605/P, 606/P, 241/P, 245/P,
                  246/P, 248/P, 247/P & 251/P
Area       :      4.3970 hect.
Block       :      Thingling
District    :       West
Boundary
East        :      D. F. of Private Land
West       :       - do-
North      :       S.P.W.D. Road & D.F. of Private Land
South      :       D. F. of Private Land

                                          SD/-(B.K.KHAREL)
                                     COMMISSIONER-CUM-SECRETARY
                                     LAND REVENUE & DM DEPARTMENT
                                    GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM, GANGTOK

 SIKKIM
             GOVERNMENT                                     GAZETTE


                                EXTRA ORDINARY
                           PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
         GANGTOK           DATE TUESDAY 26th APRIL 2011              No. 212

                                  GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                    HOME DEPARTMENT
                                        GANGTOK
No. 36 /Home/2011                                   Dated:26 .04.2011

                                    NOTIFICATION


      In order to facilitate devotees to offer their prayers to the divine soul of Sri Satya Sai
Baba on the date of burial of His divine body at Puttaparthy in Prasanthi Nilayam, the State
Government is hereby pleased to declare 27th April, 2011 as a public holiday throughout the
State of Sikkim.


2.    The above holiday is also notified in exercise of the powers conferred by Explanation
to section 25 of the Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881 (26 of 1881).


        BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR


                                                                       Sd/-
                                                               (N.D. CHINGAPA)IAS,
                                                                CHIEF SECRETARY
                                                 SIKKIM


                        GOVERNMENT                                       GAZETTE


                                            EXTRA ORDINARY
                                       PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

                   GANGTOK             DATE FRIDAY 29TH APRIL 2011              No. 213

                                 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                        URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING DEPARTMENT
                                         GANGTOK.

                No:333/6/(276) /UD&HD                               Dated:01/04/2011

                                              NOTIFICATION

         In Supercession of Notification No. 2681/UD&HD dated: 22.10.2009, in exercise of the power
conferred under sub-section (1) and (2) of Section 5 of the Right to Information Act 2005 (No. 22 of 2005) the
following Officers of this department are hereby designated as APIO :-

 Sl.NO    NAME                          DESIGNATION                  FOR


 01       Smt.Devika Sharma             Additional Chief Town        Town Planning Section
          Chettri,                      Planner

 02       Shri J.D. Bhutia              Joint Secretary              JNNURM,ADB,SUDA&
                                                                     Municipal Affairs, Bazaar
                                                                     Contract

 03       Shri Dorjee Dadul Bhutia      Superintending Engineer      Engineering Section for N/E
                                        (N/E)                        District

 04       Shri Devi Gurung              Superintending Engineer      Engineering Section for S/W
                                        (S/W)                        District.

 05       Smt. D.K. Chettri             Deputy Secretary-I           Allotment of Shopping
                                                                     Complex/Counters/Housing
                                                                     Units.
06   Shri Dhurba Thapa          Deputy Secretary-III     R.T.I. Cell / Amusement & Tax/
                                                         Sanitation (N/E) District.

07   Shri Raj Narayan Pradhan   Sr. Accounts Officer-I   Accounts Section


08   Smt. Lakpa Doma Sharpa     Under Secretary          Administration Section


09   Smt. Sharmistha Pradhan    Bazar Officer            Trade Licenses.


                                           COMMISSIONER-CUM-SECRETARY
                                          URBAN DEV. & HOUSING DEPARTMENT
                                         SIKKIM



                GOVERNMENT                                        GAZETTE


                                   EXTRA ORDINARY
                              PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

         GANGTOK              DATE FRIDAY 29TH APRIL 2011                 No. 214

                         GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING DEPARTMENT
                                 GANGTOK.

                No:9913/UD&HD                                Dated:19/4/2011

                                      NOTIFICATION


       In partial amendment of the Notification No. 2861/ UD & HD, dated 22.10.2009, Notification
No.297/UD&HD dated:05.03.2011 and Notification No. 333/6 (276)09 UD & HD, dated
01.04.2011, the following officers of the Department is hereby re-designated as SPIOs.


           1.     Smt. Devika Sharma, ACTP        , Town Planning Cell.
           2.     Shri Dawa Gyatso Bhutia, Joint Secretary, Sub-Division Office, South West
                  District.
           3.     Shri Rajendra Gurung, Additional Chief Engineer, Engineering Cell.

       Further Shri Siddarth Rasaily, Sr.Town Planner is hereby designated ASPIO for Town Planning Cell.



                                           COMMISSIONER-CUM-SECRETARY
                                        URBAN DEV. & HOUSING DEPARTMENT
                                             SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                       GAZETTE


                                  EXTRA ORDINARY
                             PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

            GANGTOK          DATE FRIDAY 29TH APRIL 2011              No. 215

                           GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
            DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY, LIVESTOCK, FISHERIES
                           & VETERINARY SERVICES
                                 GANGTOK

NOTIFICATION NO: 1/AHLF&VS                                          DATE: 16.04.2011


                                       NOTIFICATION

       In exercise of the power conferred by Sub-Section (2) of Section 5 of the Right to
Information Act, 2005, the Department of Animal Husbandry, Livestock, Fisheries and Veterinary
Services hereby designate the following officers as State Public Information Officers for the Animal
Husbandry, Livestock, Fisheries and Veterinary Services for the purpose of the Act.

       1.     Dr. P.K. Pradhan, Joint Director (E&T), SPIO (I), Head Office
       2.     Dr. Pushpa Kala Rai, Joint Director (VS), SPIO (II), Head Office



                                                                       Sd/-

                                                             (Dadul Tsh. Lepcha)
                                                                Joint Secretary
                                                         Department of A.H.L.F. & V.S.
                                               SIKKIM



                GOVERNMENT                                       GAZETTE


                                    EXTRA ORDINARY
                               PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

           GANGTOK             DATE FRIDAY 29TH APRIL 2011              No. 216

                               GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING DEPARTMENT
                                    GANGTOK
         No.UD & HD/6(376)/08/9930.             Dated:26/04/2011.

                                          NOTIFICATION

         In exercise of the powers conferred under section 8 of Sikkim (Repeal and Miscellaneous
Provision) Act, 1985 read with Rule 4 of the Sikkim Trade License and Miscellaneous (Provision)
Rules, 2011, the Chief Municipal Officer, Gangtok Municipal Corporation is hereby authorized to
issue and cancel Trade License and Hawker License within Gangtok Municipal Corporation Area
and the Gram Panchayats are hereby authorized to issue and cancel Trade License and Hawker
License to the Local applicants in the rural areas falling within their respective Gram Panchayat
Units.
         In case of any policy decisions relating to issue of Trade License and Hawker License, the
authorized Officers are to refer the matter to the Secretary, Urban Development and Housing
Department as he is being the Competent Authority under relevant Act and Rule regarding the issue
and cancellation of Trade License and Hawker License.
         The Trade License fees and Hawker License fees shall be levied as per the schedule I, II, III
of the Sikkim Trade License and Miscellaneous (Provision) Rules, 2011.
         This shall come into force with immediate effect.
                                                        Sd/-
                                                  ( Topjor Dorji )
                                       COMMISSIONER – CUM – SECRETARY
                                            SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                      GAZETTE


                                 EXTRA ORDINARY
                            PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

         GANGTOK            DATE FRIDAY 29TH APRIL 2011              No. 217

                                GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT
                                    (SNT DIVISION)

       NO. 01/T                                                  Dated: 25/04/11
                                       NOTIFICATION

Whereas, Shri Megh Raj Chettri, Joint General Manager (Rev)/SPIO SNT Division, Transport
Department is retiring from Government Service on superannuation w.e.f. 30.04.2011 (An).

        Therefore, in excise of the power conferred by sub-section (i) of section 5 of the Right to
Information Act.2005, Shri S.K.Pradhan , Joint Secretary (Adm) ,SNT Division is hereby appointed
as the State Public Information Officer for the SNT Division, Transport Department for the purpose
of the Act.


        The retiring officer shall hand over the RTI Act, 2005 matters one week before the date of
retirement.

       This is in partially suppression of Notification No.1/Adm/SNT/T, dated 3.9.2009.

              By Order

                                                                   SD/-
                                                         L.P.Barphungpa
                                                             Addl. Secretary/SNT.
                                               SIKKIM



                GOVERNMENT                                       GAZETTE


                                        EXTRA ORDINARY
                                   PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

           GANGTOK                 DATE FRIDAY 29TH APRIL 2011            No. 218

                                     GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                     TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT
                                         (SNT DIVISION)
         NO. 02/T                                         Dated: 26/04/11
                                         NOTIFICATION


        In excise of the power conferred by Sub-section (2) of section 5 of the Right to Information
Act-2005, the SNT Division, Transport Department is hereby appointed the following officers as
Assistant State Public Information Officer for the purpose of the Act with immediate effect:-


Sl.No          Name                           Designation            Jurisdiction
1         Shri Chabilall Dhungel          Dy.General Manager       GBO/Operation, SNT Div
2         Shri Ongchen Tsh.Bhutia         Dy.General Manager       Rangpo,SNT Div.



    This supersedes the previous Notification No.502/T dated .9.3.2006.
         BY ORDER
                                                               SD/-(L.P. Barphungpa)
                                                                Addl.SECRETARY
                                                            TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT




                                                                Transport Department
                                        SIKKIM



             GOVERNMENT                                  GAZETTE


                               EXTRA ORDINARY
                          PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

        GANGTOK           DATE FRIDAY 29TH APRIL 2011          No. 219

            FINANCE, REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE DEPARTMENT

                             GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                 TASHILING, GANGTOK

No: 337/FIN/DSSL / 48                               Date:   29th April 2011

                                     NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-rule (1) of rule 6 of the Sikkim On-line Gaming
(Regulation) Rules, 2009, the State Government hereby notifies that the online gaming and
sports gaming levy shall be payable by the licensee to the State Government at the same
rate as notified vide Notification No. 337/FIN/DSSL/972 dated 1st April 2010 for a further
period of one more year up to 31st March 2012.




                                               Special Secretary
                                    Finance, Revenue & Expenditure Department
                                             SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                          GAZETTE


                                  EXTRA ORDINARY
                             PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

         GANGTOK             DATE SATURDAY 30TH APRIL 2011                   No. 220


                                 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                   LAW DEPARTMENT
                                      GANGTOK

        No. 3/LD/P/11                                                     Dated: 26/04/2011

                                        NOTIFICATION

        The following Act passed by the Sikkim Legislative Assembly and having received the assent
of the Governor on 30th day of March, 2011 is hereby published for general information:-

          THE SIKKIM COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2011

                                      (ACT NO. 3 OF 2011)

                                                AN

                                               ACT

       further to amend the Sikkim Cooperative Societies Act, 1978.

        Be it enacted by the Legislature of Sikkim in the Sixty-second Year of the Republic of India
as follows:-


Short title and 1.        (1) This Act may be called the Cooperative Societies
commencement              (Amendment) Act, 2011.

                          (2) It shall come into force at once.

Amendment        of 2.    In the Sikkim Sikkim Cooperative Societies Act, 1978,
section 26                herein after referred to as the said Act, in section 26; for the
                          figure and the words, ‘Rs. 1.00 (one) lakh’, the figure and
                      the words ‘5% of the total Paid-Up Share Capital’ shall be
                      substituted.

Insertion of new 3.   In the said Act, after section 26, the following new section
section 26 A          ‘26 A’, shall be inserted namely:-

‘Issue of             ’26 A The Urban Cooperative Bank (s) after registration, in
preferential          addition to raising share capital from its/their individual
shares’               members may also issue Preferential Shares of the following
                      types, namely:-

                         (i)     Perpetual Non-Cumulative Preferential Shares
                                 (PNCPS);
                         (ii)    Perpetual Cumulative Preferential Shares
                                 (PCPS);
                         (iii)    Redeemable   Non-Cumulative     Preferential
                                 Shares (RNCPS);
                         (iv)    Redeemable Cumulative Preferential Shares
                                 (RCPS):

                             Provided that the Urban Cooperative Banks shall not
                      be entitled to subscribe the Preferential Shares of other
                      Urban Cooperative Bank (s).’


                                              (R.K. Purkayastha) SSJS
                                                 L.R-cum-Secretary
                                                 Law Department.
                                              SIKKIM



                GOVERNMENT                                           GAZETTE


                                   EXTRA ORDINARY
                              PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

           GANGTOK            DATE SATURDAY 30TH APRIL 2011                 No. 221

                                  GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                    LAW DEPARTMENT
                                       GANGTOK

        No. 7/LD/P/11                                                       Dated: 26/04/2011

                                         NOTIFICATION

        The following Act passed by the Sikkim Legislative Assembly and having received the assent
of the Governor on 30th day of March, 2011 is hereby published for general information:-

THE SIKKIM CASINOS (CONTROL AND TAX) AMENDMENT ACT, 2011

                                          (ACT NO. 7 OF 2011)

                                                    AN

                                                   ACT

         further to amend the Sikkim Casinos (Control and Tax) Act, 2002.

         WHEREAS, it is deemed expedient to amend the Sikkim Casinos (Control and Tax) Act,
2002.

        Be it enacted by the Legislature of Sikkim in the Sixty-second Year of the Republic of India
as follows:-

Short title and 1.           (1) This Act may be called the Sikkim Casinos (Control and
commencement                 Tax) Amendment Act, 2011.

                             (2) It shall come into force at once.

Substitution        of 2.    In the Sikkim Casinos (Control and Tax) Act, 2002,
clause      of     (b)       (hereinafter referred to as the said Act) for the existing
section 2              clause (b) of the section 2, the following shall be
                       substituted, namely:-

                       “ (b) “Casino Games” means all or any such games of
                       entertainment or chance as may be notified by the State
                       Government from time to time and which is played by
                       means of any machine or instrument.”

Amendment of sub- 3.   In the said Act, for the existing sub-section (2) of section 10,
section    (2) of      the following shall be substituted namely:-
section 10
                       “Any licensee aggrieved by any order made under sub-
                       section (1) may appeal to the Appellate Authority, as may
                       be notified by the State Government, against the order
                       within a period of (sixty) days from the date of receipt of
                       such order and the order passed by the Appellate Authority
                       in appeal shall be final and shall not be called in question in
                       any Court.”



                                               (R.K. Purkayastha) SSJS
                                                  L.R-cum-Secretary
                                                  Law Department.
                                            SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                   GAZETTE


                                 EXTRA ORDINARY
                            PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

         GANGTOK            DATE SATURDAY 30TH APRIL 2011             No. 222

                                GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                  LAW DEPARTMENT
                                     GANGTOK
       No. 41/LD/11.                             Dated 28.04.11

                                       NOTIFICATION


       In partial modification of Notification No. 118/21 (254) LD/2009 dated: 08/07/09, the
Governor of Sikkim is hereby pleased to approve payment of a lump sum fees of Rs. 75,000/- per
month to Shri J.B. Pradhan, Senior Advocate and Additional Advocate General of Sikkim with
immediate effect.


       By order and in the name of the Governor.


                                                  Sd/-
                                         (R.K. Purkayastha) SSJS
                               Legal Remembrancer-cum-Secretary,
                                           Law Department.
                                       SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                       GAZETTE


                                  EXTRA ORDINARY
                             PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

         GANGTOK             DATE SATURDAY 30TH APRIL 2011                No. 223

                                 GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                   LAW DEPARTMENT
                                      GANGTOK
       No. 42/LD/11                                                   Dated 29/04/11

                                        NOTIFICATION


       In partial modification of Notification No. 63/LD/2010 dated: 07/05/2010, the Governor of
Sikkim is hereby pleased to approve payment of a lump sum amount of Rs. 80,000/- per month as
fees and Rs. 40,000/- per month as office expenses for maintaining the office at New Delhi, in terms
of paragraph 11 of the said Notification, to Shri A. Mariarputham, Senior Advocate and Advocate
General of Sikkim with effect from 1/1/2011.


       By order and in the name of the Governor.

                                                      Sd/-
                                          (R.K. Purkayastha) SSJS
                                Legal Remembrancer-cum-Secretary,
                                            Law Department.
                                               SIKKIM



               GOVERNMENT                                         GAZETTE


                                   EXTRA ORDINARY
                              PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

          GANGTOK             DATE SATURDAY 30TH APRIL 2011                  No. 224

                                       GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                         HOME DEPARTMENT
                                            GANGTOK
    No.34/Home/2011                                                Dated: 11.04.2011

                                   NOTIFICATION

        In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (5) read with sub-section (1) of
section 82 of the Electricity Act, 2003 (36 of 2003) and all other powers enabling it in that
behalf, the State Government, on the recommendation of the Selection Committee
constituted under section 85 of the said Act, vide Notification No.
GOS/E&P/27/1020/1684/Adm dated 29/06/2010, hereby appoints Shri T.T. Dorji, as the
Chairperson of the Sikkim State Electricity Regulatory Commission(SSERC) with
immediate effect under the following terms and conditions, namely :-

       (1).    The Chairperson shall hold the office for the period of five years from the date he
               assumes charge or till he attains the age of sixty five years (65) whichever is earlier.

       (2).    He shall draw pay of Rs. 80,000.00/- p.m plus other admissible allowances.

                                             Sd/-
                                            (N.D. CHINGAPA)IAS,
                                             CHIEF SECRETARY,
                                              SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                          GAZETTE


                                   EXTRA ORDINARY
                              PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

         GANGTOK              DATE SATURDAY 30TH APRIL 2011                   No. 225

                                      GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                        HOME DEPARTMENT
                                           GANGTOK
No. 35 /Home/2011                                   Dated: 25 .04.2011

                                       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, 2004 namely:-
    1. (1) These rules may be called the Government of Sikkim (Allocation of Business)
        Amendment Rules, 2011.
        (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

   2. In the Second Schedule to the Government of Sikkim (Allocation of Business) Rules, 2004:-
   (a) in serial number 6 under the heading “Department of Personnel, Administrative Reforms,

   Training, Public Grievances, Career Options and Employment, Skill Development and Chief

   Minister’s Self Employment Scheme”, item number 4 and the corresponding entries thereto shall

   be omitted;

   (b) in serial number 23, under the heading “Labour Department”, after item number (10) and the

   entries relating thereto, the following item shall be inserted, namely:-

       (11)   Directorate of Capacity Building:
       ( i)   Matters relating to the Chief Minister’s Self Employment Scheme.
  (ii)    Matters relating to trainings and schemes for the educated unemployed youth under
          Skill Development Scheme.
  (iii)   Comprehensive Educational Loan Scheme to be implemented through SIDICO.
  (iv)    Coordination with other Departments, Public Sector Units and Agencies relating to
          Capacity Building of unemployed youth.
  (v)     Coordination with organizations and institutes outside and abroad.
  (vi)    Any other matters related to Capacity Building.”

(c)in serial number 24, under the heading “Land         Revenue and Disaster Management
 Department”, after item number (19) and the entries relating thereto, following item shall be
 inserted, namely: -


  “(20) Civil-Defence matters.”

(d)       in serial number 25, under the heading “Law       Department” after item No.(19) and

the entries relating thereto, following item shall be inserted, namely: -

   “(20) All matters relating to Sikkim State Human Rights Commission.”

                                                            Sd/-

                                                      (N. D. CHINGAPA),IAS
                                                 CHIEF SECRETARY
                                          SIKKIM



              GOVERNMENT                                   GAZETTE


                                 EXTRA ORDINARY
                            PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

         GANGTOK            DATE SATURDAY 30TH APRIL 2011             No. 226

                       GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
     DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
      GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS & EMPLOYMENT, SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND
                  CHIEF MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                               GANGTOK-SIKKIM

       No.366/GEN/DOP                                  Dated: 30/3/2011

                                   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 further to amend the
Sikkim Government Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2009, namely:-
1.     (1)    These rules may be called the Sikkim Government Services
              (Revised Pay) Amendment Rules,2011.
       (2)    They shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of January,
              2006.
2.     In the Sikkim Government Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2009, in the
Part C of the First Schedule, under the heading “Excise Department” , for the existing serial
numbers 2 and 3 and entries relating thereto the following Serial No. 2 and 3 and the
entries shall be substituted, namely:-


“2. Naik         3400-85-5100      3600-90-5400     PB-I Rs.5200-20200      2700
3.   Head        3600-90-5400      4000-100-6000    PB-I Rs.5200-20200      3000”
     Constable
BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR
                                  Sd/-
                             (Dipa Basnet)
              ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT
   DEPTT. OF PERSONNEL, ADM. REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES,
        CAREER OPTIONS & EMPLOYMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND
                   CHIEF MINISTER’S SELF-EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                                               SIKKIM



                  GOVERNMENT                                             GAZETTE


                                       EXTRA ORDINARY
                                  PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
            GANGTOK               DATE SATURDAY 30TH APRIL 2011                      No. 227

                      GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
  GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS & EMPLOYMENT, SKILL DEVELOPMENT
         AND CHIEF MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
                           GANGTOK.

                                            OFFICE MEMORANDUM

SUBJECT:          ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME (ACPS) FOR THE STATE GOVERNMENT
                  EMPLOYEES

         The Fourth Pay Commission in Paragraph 5.9 of its report has recommended Assured Career
Progression Scheme to the State Government Employees, which has been accepted by the Government vide
Resolution No. 210/GEN/DOP, dated 18/11/2009. As per the recommendations, there shall be three financial
upgradations under the Assured Career Progression Scheme (hereinafter called the ACPS) to the regular State
Government Employees on completion of 10 (ten), 20 (twenty) and 30 (thirty) years of service counted from the
direct entry grade. Financial upgradation under the scheme shall be admissible wherever a person has spent
10 (ten) years continuously in the same grade pay.

2.      Financial upgradation under the ACPS shall be admissible to all the organized/unorganized services
upto the highest grade pay of ` 6200/- in the PB-3 under the revised pay structure. In other words, the highest
grade pay attainable under this scheme shall be ` 6700/-.

        In the case of teachers including Head of Institution, the Assured Career Progression is in the form of
separate three tier gradation. As such they shall not come under the purview of ACPS.

3.        The entitlement of ACP under the new scheme shall be as follows:

1st ACP

(1)       An eligible Government employee who has completed 10 (ten) years of service from the date of entry
          and has not earned any promotion during the period shall be entitiled to 1st financial upgradation under
          ACPS.
(2)       A Government employee who has earned promotion within 10 (ten) years from the date of entry shall
          not be entifiled to 1st financial upgradation under ACPS.
(3)       A Government employee who has received financial upgradation under the existing Advancement
          Grade/Gradation schemes within 10 (ten) years of service from the date of entry shall not be entitled to
          1st financial upgradation under ACPS.

2nd ACP

(1)       A Government employee who has received 1st financial upgradation under the ACPS and has
          completed 10 (ten) years from the date of last financial upgradation and has not earned promotion
          during that period shall be entitled to 2nd financial upgradation under ACPS.
(2)       A Government employee who has received 1st promotion during 10 (ten) years from the date of entry
          into service but has remained in that post/grade for another ten year without promotion shall be entitled
          to 2nd financial upgradation under ACPS. In case he has received 2nd promotion within the last 10 (ten)
          years, he/she shall not be entitled to 2nd ACP.
(3)       A Government employee who has received 1st financial upgradation under the Advancement
          Grade/gradation schemes prevalent so far, and has completed 10 (ten) years in the same grade/post
          without promotion shall be entitled to 2nd financial upgradation under the ACPS. A Government
          employee who has received two financial upgradation under any of the Gradation schemes prevalent
          so far shall not be entitled to 2nd ACP.

3rd ACP

(1)       A Government employee who has received 2nd financial upgradation under the ACPS and has
          completed another ten years from the date of such financial upgradation and has not received
          promotion during the period shall be entitled to 3rd financial upgradation under the ACPS.
(2)       A Government employee who has received two promotions in his career and has completed from the
          date of last promotion another 10 (ten) years without further promotion or financial upgradation shall be
          entitled to 3rd financial upgradation under the ACPS.
(3)       A Government employee who has received three career advancement by way of promotions or
          financial upgradation under any gradation schemes in existence so far shall not come under the
          purview of ACPS. However, if the grade pay after the promotion of a Government servant happens to
          be same which was earned by way of financial upgradation, in such case, ACP shall not be restricted to
          three.

4.       The ACPS envisages merely placement in the next higher grade in the relevant pay band. The
placement in the relevant revised pay band and grade pay shall be as given in Annexure. In certain cases, the
grade pay at the time of financial upgradation under the ACPS can be different than what is available at the time
of regular promotion. In such case, the higher grade pay attached to the next promotion post in the hierarchy of
the concerned cadre/organization will be given only at the time of regular promotion.

5.       The benefit of pay fixation available at the time of regular promotion shall also be allowed at the time of
financial upgradation under the Scheme. On grant of promotion, a government servant has option under rule
18 of the Sikkim Government Service Rule, 1974 to get his pay fixed in the higher post/grade pay either from
the date of his promotion or from the date of his next increment namely 1st July of the year. On financial
upgradation under the ACPS, the pay and the date of next increment shall be fixed as per provisions contained
under rule 12 of the Sikkim Government Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2009. There shall be no further fixation
of pay at the regular promotion if it is happens to be in the same grade pay. However, if the actual promotion
happens to be in the post carrying higher grade pay, then in such case only the difference of grade pay shall be
allowed.

6.       On grant of financial upgradation under the scheme there shall be no change in the designation,
classification or status and responsibility.

7.      Financial upgradation under the ACPS shall be purely personal to the employee and shall have no
relevance to his seniority position. As such, there shall be no additional financial upgradation for the senior
employees on the ground that the junior employee in the grade has got higher pay/grade pay under the ACPS.

8.     No stepping up of pay in the pay band or grade pay shall be admissible with regard to junior getting
more pay than the senior on account of pay fixation under the ACPS.

9.      On implementation of the Scheme, the differences in the pay scales on account of grant of financial
upgradation under the prevalent Advancement Grade/gradation schemes and under the ACPS within the same
cadre shall not be construed as an anomaly.

10.     Regular service for the purpose of the ACPS shall commence from the date of joining of a post in direct
entry grade on regular basis. Regular service shall include all periods spent on deputation/Foreign Service,
study leave and all other kinds of leave, duly sanctioned by the competent authority. Service rendered on
adhoc/contract basis before regular appointment shall not be taken into account.

11.     Promotions earned/upgradation granted under the Advancement Grade/gradation scheme in the past to
those grades which now carry the same grade pay due to merger of the pay scales or upgradation of the posts
recommended by the 4th Pay Commission shall be ignored for the purpose of granting upgradation under the
ACPS.

12.     Promotion earned in the post carrying the same grade pay in the promotional hierarchy as per
recruitment rules shall be counted for the purpose of the ACPS.

13.     If the pay scales of employees under any of the prevalent Gradation Schemes are higher than the
highest of the ACPS pay scale, then such pay scale would be considered personal to the concerned
incumbents.
14.     As recommended by the Fourth Pay Commission and accepted by the State Government, the career
advancement shall be admissible to all category of State Government Employees upto the highest Grade Pay of
` 6200/- in the PB-3 in lieu of the existing Advancement Grade Scheme and all other Gradation Schemes. As
such, these schemes shall not run concurrently with the ACPS.

15.     Procedure for grant of ACPS :- Financial upgradation shall be granted to an employee on the approval
of the recommendations of the Departmental Promotion Committee subject to:-

        i)      clearance by the Departmental Promotion Committee;
        ii)     non-appearance of any adverse entry in their confidential reports for preceding three years
                prior to consideration for ACP:
                Provided that grant of ACP under these rules shall not be deemed to be promotion to the
        higher grade nor the employee shall have right to claim for promotion unless vacancy in such higher
        grade exists and is otherwise eligible to be considered for promotion to such higher grade.
        (iii)   Grant of ACP would not involve any change in the status of the employee concerned.

16.    Extraordinary Leave :- Period of Extraordinary Leave shall not be reckoned as qualifying service for the
purpose of ACP.

17.    For administrative convenience, the Departmental Promotion Committee may meet twice in a year, in
January and July to consider the cases maturing in each half.

18.      The ACP Scheme shall be effective from 18/11/2009. Financial upgradation as per the provisions of
the earlier Advancement Grade/gradation schemes shall therefore be admissible upto 17/11/2009.

19.    In case of doubts, if any, on the interpretation of ACPS, matter should be referred to Department of
Personnel, Administrative Reforms, Training, Public Grievances, Career Options and Employment, Skill
Development and Chief Minister’s Self-Employment Scheme.

        By order and in the name of the Governor.



                     ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
              DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS, TRAINING, PUBLIC
               GRIEVANCES, CAREER OPTIONS AND EMPLOYMENT, SKILL DEVELOPMENT
                        AND CHIEF MINISTER’S SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME




                                                                                    ANNEXURE

                          ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION

                                          Revised Pay
                     Pre-revised             Band        Grade Pay
                 1   2850-55-4170       5200-20200              2200
                                        5200-20200              2300
                                        5200-20200              2600
                                        5200-20200              3000

                 2   3050-75-4550       5200-20200              2300
                                        5200-20200              2600
                                        5200-20200              3000
                      5200-20200    3400

3    3200-80-4800     5200-20200    2400
                      5200-20200    3000
                      5200-20200    3400
                      9300-34800    4200

4    3400-85-5100     5200-20200    2600
                      5200-20200    3000
                      5200-20200    3400
                      9300-34800    4200

5    4000-100-6000    5200-20200    3000
                      5200-20200    3400
                      9300-34800    4200
                      9300-34800    4600

6    4500-135-7200    5200-20200    3400
                      9300-34800    4200
                      9300-34800    4600
                      9300-34800    5000

7    5000-150-8000    9300-34800    3800
                      9300-34800    5000
                      9300-34800    5400
                      15600-39100   6200

8    5500-175-9000    9300-34800    4200
                      9300-34800    5000
                      9300-34800    5400
                      15600-39100   6200

9    7000-225-11500   9300-34800    5000
                      15600-39100   6200
                      15600-39100   6700

10   7500-250-12000   9300-34800    5400
                      15600-39100   6200
                      15600-39100   6700
                SIKKIM



  GOVERNMENT                       GAZETTE


               EXTRA ORDINARY
          PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

GANGTOK   DATE MONDAY 02ND MAY 2011    No. 228
                     DIRECTORATE OF SIKKIM STATE LOTTERIES
                FINANCE, REVENUE & EXPENDITURE DEPARTMENT
                           GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                       BALUWAKHANI, GANGTOK – 737101

      No. FIN/DSSL/ RESULTS /7                       Dated: 2nd May 2011

                                     NOTIFICATION

The Daily Results of the following weekly lottery schemes marketed through the Marketing
Agent, M/S Summit Online Trade Solutions Pvt. Ltd. for the period 16th April to 30th April
2011, are hereby notified for general information as per Annexures 1 to 15 :-

   1. Eight (8) draws of the Sugar Online Weekly Lottery.



      By Order.


                                                          Director,
                                                    Sikkim State Lotteries




                                   SIKKIM



             GOVERNMENT                                     GAZETTE


                               EXTRA ORDINARY
                          PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

        GANGTOK           DATE MONDAY 02ND MAY 2011             No. 229

                       DIRECTORATE OF SIKKIM STATE LOTTERIES
                FINANCE, REVENUE & EXPENDITURE DEPARTMENT
                           GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                      BALUWAKHANI, GANGTOK – 737101

No. FIN/DSSL/ RESULTS/ 8                        Dated: 2nd May 2011

                                    NOTIFICATION


The Daily Lottery Results from 16th April 2011 to 30th April 2011 of the following weekly
lottery schemes of the Sikkim State Lotteries marketed through the Marketing Agent, M/S
Tashi Delek Gaming Solutions Pvt. Ltd. are hereby notified for general information as per
Annexures 1 to 15 :-

      1.     Monday Fast Lotto
      2.     Wednesday Fast Lotto.
      3.     Friday Fast Lotto.
      4.     Sunday Fast Lotto.
      5.     Thunderball (every Tuesday).
      6.     Thursday Super Lotto (every Thursday).
      7.     Super Lotto (every Saturday).
      8.     Supreme Cards Online Lottery.


      By Order.




                                                            Director,
                                                      Sikkim State Lotteries

                                   SIKKIM



             GOVERNMENT                                  GAZETTE


                               EXTRA ORDINARY
                          PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

           GANGTOK        DATE MONDAY 02ND MAY 2011            No. 230

                      DIRECTORATE OF SIKKIM STATE LOTTERIES
                    FINANCE, REVENUE & EXPENDITURE DEPARTMENT
                               GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                       BALUWAKHANI, GANGTOK – 737101
   No. FIN/DSSL/ RESULTS/9                                     Dated: 2nd May 2011
                                         NOTIFICATION

The Daily Lottery Results for 16th and 17th April 2011 of the following weekly lottery schemes of the
Sikkim State Lotteries marketed through the Distributor, M/S Future Gaming Solutions India Pvt.
Ltd. are hereby notified for general information as per Annexures 1 to 2 :-

   1.   Sikkim Kanchenjunga Blessed set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
   2.   Sikkim Future Immense set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
   3.   Sikkim Singam Delight set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
   4.   Sikkim Kuil Parrot set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
   5.   Sikkim Nadi Indus set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
   6.   Sikkim Singam Evening Pride set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday), and
   7.   Sikkim Precious Dear Evening set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday).

Further, The Daily Lottery Results from 18th April 2011 to 30th April 2011 of the following weekly
lottery schemes of the Sikkim State Lotteries marketed through the Distributor, M/S Future Gaming
Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. are hereby notified for general information as per Annexures 3 to 15 :-
     1. Sikkim Kanchenjunga Blessed set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
     2. Sikkim Future Immense set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
     3. Sikkim Singam Delight set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
     4. Sikkim Kuil Parrot set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
     5. Sikkim Nadi Indus set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
     6. Sikkim Singam Evening Pride set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday),
     7. Sikkim Precious Dear Evening set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday), and
     8. Sikkim Swarnalakshmi Platinum set of weekly lotteries (Monday to Sunday)

        By Order.
                                                                 Director,
                                                           Sikkim State Lotteries
                                       SIKKIM



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          GANGTOK            DATE MONDAY 02ND MAY 2011                 No. 231

                                  GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                     HOME DEPARTMENT
                                         GANGTOK
No.37 /Home/2011                                              Dated: 02 .05.2011

                                     NOTIFICATION

      The Government of Sikkim is hereby pleased to make the following amendment in
the Home Department Notification No.42/Home/2005 dated 01.08.2005 published in the
Sikkim Government Gazette Extraordinary No.379 dated 24th October, 2005, namely: -

        In the said notification, for the words “all kinds of processions are
prohibited/banned on Mahatma Gandhi Marg”, the words “all kinds of processions, protests,
rallies, dharnas and demonstrations are prohibited and banned on Titanic Park and
Mahatma Gandhi Marg in public interest” shall be substituted.

        By order and in the name of the Governor,

                                                                    Sd/-
                                                                    (K. Gyatso) IAS
                                                                 Addl. Chief Secretary.




                                     SIKKIM



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        GANGTOK            DATE TUESDAY 03RD MAY 2011               No. 232

                         GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
            LAND REVENUE & DISASTER MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION NO:8/1228/LR&DMD(S)                             DATED:2/5/2011.

                            NOTICE UNDER SECTION 4(1) OF
                       LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 (ACT I OF 1894)

       Whereas it appears to the Governor that land is likely to be needed for a public purpose, not
being a purpose of the Union, namely for construction of Community Centre and Play Ground &
Kishan Bazaar by Rural Management & Development Department, Government of Sikkim in the
block of Yangang, South District, it is hereby notified that a piece of land cadastral Plot No. 485
measuring more or less 3.0200 hectares, bounded on East: D.F of Dal Bdr, Gurung & Khesing
Bhutia, West: D.F of Singhi Bhutia,                   Lakpa Tshering Bhutia, Nidup/Nodup Bhutia,
North: D.F of Ratna Bahadur Rai & South: Satam-Block & D.F of Nidup Bhutia is likely to be
needed for the aforesaid         public purpose at the public expenses within the aforesaid block of
Yangang,               South Sikkim.

       This notification is made, under the provision of Section 4(1) of L.A.Act, 1894 (Act I of
1894) to all whom it may concern.

        A plan of land may be inspected in the Office of the District Collector, South, Namchi.
        In exercise of the powers conferred by the aforesaid Section, the Governor is           further
pleased to authorize the Officers for the time being engaged in the undertaking, with their servants
and workmen, to enter upon and survey the land and do all other acts required or permitted by that
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
in the locality, file an objection in writing before the collector.

                             SD/-(B.K.KHAREL)
                            COMMISSIONER-CUM-SECRETARY,
                           LAND REVENUE & DM DEPARTMENT,
                           GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM, GANGTOK.



                                          SIKKIM



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          GANGTOK             DATE TUESDAY 03RD MAY 2011                 No. 233

                                  GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
                                 MOTOR VEHICLES DIVISION
                                 TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT
                                   YATAYAT BHAWAN
                                   GANGTOK – 737101
No.154/MV/T                                                  Dated:30/04/2011

                                      NOTIFICATION


      It is hereby notified to all concerned that in view of traffic congestion at SNT
Complex, Gangtok, the affixation of HIGH SECURITY REGISTRATION PLATES for all
vehicles will be carried out at Jalipool, SNT Complex with immediate effect.

      The cash collection and embossing station of HSRP will however continue to
function at SNT Complex, Gangtok, as usual.

                                                                   Sd/-
                                                             (A.K. Yadav)IAS
                                                        Commissioner cum Secretary
                                                          Transport Department




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           GANGTOK         DATE TUESDAY 03RD MAY 2011               No. 234

                         GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
            LAND REVENUE & DISASTER MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION NO:10/1245/LR&DMD(S)                                DATED:3/5/2011.

                         NOTICE UNDER SECTION 4(1) OF
                    LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 (ACT I OF 1894)
        Whereas it appears to the Governor that land is likely to be needed for a public purpose, not
being a purpose of the Union, namely for construction of Government Guest House by Housing &
Building Department, Government of Sikkim in the block of Nagi, South Sikkim, it is hereby
notified that piece of land cadastral Plot No. 95/660 and measuring area more or less .2420
hectares bounded on the East:- P.M.G.S.Y Road & D.F of Rohit Gurung and D.F of H.B.
Gurung, West:- P.M.G.S.Y Road and D.F of H.B.Gurung, North:- P.M.G.S.Y Road and South:-
P.M.G.S.Y Road is likely to be needed for the aforesaid public purpose at the public expense within
the aforesaid block of Nagi, South Sikkim..

        This notification is made, under the provision of Section 4(1) of L.A.Act, 1894 (Act I of
1894) to all whom it may concern.
        A plan of land may be inspected in the Office of the District Collector, South Namchi.
        In exercise of the powers conferred by the aforesaid Section, the Governor is further
pleased to authorize the Officers for the time being engaged in the undertaking, with their servants
and workmen, to enter upon and survey the land and do all other acts required or permitted by that
section.

      And whereas there is urgency to acquire the land and Governor is further pleased to direct
Under Section 17(4) that the provision of Section 5-A of the Act shall not apply.

                            SD/-(B.K.KHAREL)
                         COMMISSIONER-CUM-SECRETARY,
                        LAND REVENUE & D.M. DEPARTMENT,
                      GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM, GANGTOK.
                                  SIKKIM



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    GANGTOK           DATE TUESDAY 03RD MAY 2011                No. 235

                            GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
            LAND REVENUE AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION NO.6/1068/LR&DMD(S)                                 DATED:30/4/2011.

                       DE ACQUISITION UNDER SECTION 48(1) OF
                      LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 (ACT I OF 1894)
       Whereas the land whose description is given below was likely to be needed for public
purpose and notification to that effect had been issued vide Notification No.82/1068/LR&DMD(S)
dated 12.12.2009, same has been published vide                  Government Gazette No.508 dated
12.12.2009 under section 4(1) of the Land             Acquisition Act, 1894 (Act I of 1894) and
whereas it has subsequently been revealed that the land is not required for public purpose and that
possession over the land has not been taken over by the District Collector, East. The notification
made earlier Under Section 4(1) of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 is hereby cancelled.

Description of land
Plot Nos.     : 798, 800 & 804.
Area          : 1.0860 hectares
Block         : Lingey
District      : East

Boundary of Plot No.798
East         : P.F of Ran Bahadur Limbu
West         : Sarkar Khasmal Vir
North        : Khola
South        : Khola

Boundary of Plot No. 800 & 804
East         : Kholsa
West         : P.F of Singh Bahadur Rai & D.F of Dubo Bhutia
North        : Kholsa
South        : D.F of C.F of Tek Bahadur Rai and Sarkar Vir.



                              SD/-(B.K.KHAREL)
                       COMMISSIONER-CUM-SECRETARY
                      LAND REVENUE & DM DEPARTMENT
                      GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM, GANGTOK
                            SIKKIM



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      GANGTOK       DATE TUESDAY 03RD MAY 2011      No. 236


                      GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM
         LAND REVENUE & DISASTER MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT


NOTIFICATION NO:7/996/LR&DMD(S)                DATED:30/4/2011.

                  DECLARATION UNDER SECTION 6 OF
               LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 (ACT I OF 1894)
        Whereas it appears to the Governor that land is needed for a public purpose, not being a
purpose of the Union, namely for the construction of 2 Lane Gangtok Bye Pass road National
Highway near Ranipool to Burtuk by SPWD (R&B) in the block of Marchak, Chinzey Sajong,
Rawtey Rumtek, Lingdum, Berbing, Sangtong, Ranka,                    Parbing and Burtuk blocks, East
District, it is hereby declared that the pieces of land comprising cadastral Plot Nos. noted under the
“Schedule of Properties” and areas more or less 28.4467 hectares mentioned in the schedule of
properties below:-

                                “SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY”

1.     Marchak Block
       Plot Nos. 1064/1242, 897/1241, 1063, 897, 898, 899, 914, 1033, 1030, 1032,
       1023, 1024, 1014/1214, 1014/1209, 1015 & 1021 measuring more or less 0.9020
       hectares.

2.     Chinzey Block
       Plot Nos. 219, 220, 218, 215, 216, 217, 214, 232, 165, 214/306, 310, 308, 230,
       231, 228 and measuring more or less 2.0880 hectares.

3.     Sajong Block
       Plot Nos. 307, 315, 312, 299, 300, 301, 313, 314, 320, 321, 322 measuring more
       or less 0.9860 hectare.

4.     Rawtey Rumtek Block
       Plot Nos. 576, 581, 580, 577, 579, 572, 573, 576//P, 587, 598, 595, 594, 593, 449,
       446, 445, 444, 443, 440/920, 919, 439, 438, 440, 374/650, 404, 420, 378, 381,
       382, 380, 384, 422, 638, 401, 395, 399, 400, 324, 320, 322, 212, 213, 214, 323,
       319/780, 259, 217, 216, 251, 218, 255/626, 622, 219/692, 403, 402, 657, 319,
       245, 20, 255, 254, 9, 10, 250, 247, 12, 383, 851, 822, 820, 269, 271, 272, 265,
       249, 269/P measuring in area more or less 5.8300 hectare

5.     Lingdum Block
       Plot Nos. 2199, 2198, 1999, 1997, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 1995, 2006,
       1998, 1987, 2197, 2032, 2135, 2146, 2194, 2163, 2008, 2013, 2148, 1981,
       1982, 1994, 2147, 1974, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1989, 1983, 1984, 1988, 2031, 2142,
       2007, 2155, 2141, 2157, 2169, 2132, 2149, 2150, 2145, 2007, 2196, 2158, 2143,
       2134 total area 5.6370 hectare.

6.     Berbing Block.
       Plot Nos. 802/1060, 802, 803, 801, 691, 800/P, 692, 800/A, 700, 697, 698/P, 696,
       699, 703, 705, 706, 707, 629, 628, 630, 623, 624, 620, 616, 619, 615, 614, 512,
       513, 514, 307, 308, 310, 613, 332, 330, 331, 618, 309, 311, 315, 299, 316,
       335/1061, 335, 251, 252, 255, 250, 338, 239, 237, 230, 203, 162/1012, 254, 346,
        234, 165, 158, 226, 231, 250/1038, 240, 234/A, 253, 177, 204, 173, 164/893,
       202, 175, 304, 305, 333 tot al area 4.5680 hectare.
7.     Sangtong Block
       Plot Nos. 663, 664, 528, 529, 657, 656, 638, 637, 643, 644, 630, 629, 628, 747,
       196, 205, 205/A, 204/795, 204, 203, 223, 265, 268/889, 268/888, 256, 258, 270,
       255, 239, 240, 241, 238, 268, 642 total area 1.3250 hectare.

8.     Ranka Block
       Plot Nos. 407, 408, 410, 406, 404, 411, 404/636, 402, 395, 396, 401, 382, 383,
       341, 344, 342, 337, 338, 381/P, 340, 339, 496, 498, 500, 501, 502 total area
       2.2840 hectare.

9.     Perbing Block
       Plot Nos. 141, 143, 142, 146, 147, 148, 145/384, 145, 144, 168/A, 168/B, 168/C,
       171, 173, 173/362, 233, 226, 107/333, 203/332, 202, 223, 222/380, 222/381,
       222/382, 197, 198, 107, 107/378, 203, 100/336, 203/337, 206, 56, 48/359, 46, 227
       total area 1.1740 hectare.

10.    Luing Block
       Plot Nos. 1469, 1470, 1477, 1488, 1471, 1476, 1325, 953, 926, 316, 913, 918,
       923, 922, 912, 905, 904, 1323, 1415, 1404, 1412, 1414, 1407, 1392, 1394,
       1323/2329, 1323/P, 1326/P, 1327, 1328/P, 1326/P, 1328/P, 1328, 1331/1959,
       1331/P, 1332/P, 1331, 1332, 1332/P, 973/A, 973, 1331/B, 940, 939, 938, 937,
       936, 929, 927, 318, 332, 333, 715, 901/1850, 760, 907, 908/2088, 898, 760/A,
       886, 761, 763, 763/A, 768, 766, 720, 539, 753, 714, 747/2039, 1947/2141, 719,
       718/1947, 697, 722, 692, 482, 687, 483, 685, 686, 542/2349, 542/2353, 542/2350,
       542/2344, 542, 543, 540, 547, 1489 total area 2.2941 hectare.

11.    Penlong Block
       Plot Nos. 441, 442, 446, 445, 418, 419, 186/755, 412, 410, 54, 184, 186/752, 398,
       186/747, 186/749, 190/A, 190/B, 190/C, 200/501, 198, 198/1047, 215, 219,
       2198, 186, 308, 219/P, 255, 275, 298, 278, 277/965, 217, 365, 296/P, 306, 307,
       349, 349/P,364, 360, 363, 305, 364/P, 365/962, 365/A, 365/B, 365/C total
       area 1.2786 hectare.

12.    Burtuk Block
       Plot Nos. 35, 33 total area .0800 hectare is needed for the aforesaid public        purpose at
the public expenses within the aforesaid blocks of Marchak, Chinzey Sajong, Rawtey Rumtek,
Lingdum, Berbing, Sangtong, Ranka, Parbing and Burtuk,                      East District,

       This declaration is made, under the provision of Section 6 of L.A.Act, 1894           (Act I of
1894) to all whom it may concern.

       A plan of land may be inspected in the Office of the District Collector, East   District.
       SD/-(B.K.KHAREL)
COMMISSIONER-CUM-SECRETARY,
   LAND REVENUE & DM DEPARTMENT,
  GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM, GANGTOK.

				
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