The Department of Animal Husbandry, Fisheries

and Dairy Development

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT

 

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|| DAIRY DEVELOPMENT MANUALS  ||  FISHERIES DEPARTMENT MANUALS  ||  DAIRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD MANUALS   ||  PUNJAB STATE VETERINARY COUNCIL MANUALS  || 

 

RTI ACT & RULES

THE ACT

No.G.S.R.16/C.A.22/2005/S.27/2007. In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 27 of the Right to Information Act, 2005(Central Act No.22 of 2005), and all other powers enabling him in this behalf, the Governor of Punjab is pleased to make the following rules to provide for the matters specified in subsection (2) of the said section, namely:-

RULES
1. Short title and commencement:-  (1) These rules may be called the Punjab Right to Information Rules, 2007. (2) They shall come into force on and with effect from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette

2. Definitions:-
     (1) In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires-

  1. "Act" means the Right to Information Act, 2005(Central Act No.22 of 2005);
  2. "Commission" means the Punjab Information Commission, constituted under section 15 of the Act;
  3. "Form" means a Form, appended to these rules; and
  4. "Section" means a section of the Act.

     (2) The words and expressions used in these rules, but not defined, shall have the same meanings as assigned to them in the Act.

3.  Application obtaining information:-   (Sections 2(m), 6 and 27)

  1. A person, who desires to obtain any information admissible under the Act, shall make an application in Form 'A' to the State Public Information Officer alongwith a fee, as specified in sub-rule (1) of rule 5 of these rules.
  2.  On the receipt of an application, made under sub-rule (1), the State Public Information Officer shall give a receipt in token thereof to the applicant in Form ‘B’.
  3. Each public authority shall maintain the information register in Form ‘C’ in respect of the records of requests received from the applicants for seeking information under the Act.
  4. The application, received without requisite fee, shall not be entertained and shall be liable to be rejected straightway without giving any notice to the applicant. 

4. Deposit of fee:-  (Section 6)Top of Page

  1. The fee may be paid in the following modes, namely:-
    1. by Crossed Bank Draft/Banker’s Chequie/IPO or in cash in favour of concerned Drawing and Disbursing Officer from where the information is to be obtained; or
    2. in cash with the concerned Drawing and Disbursing Officer ; or
    3. through Treasury Challan in the following Heads of Account:-
      Major Head           .. 0070 -Other Administrative Services
      Subj-Major Head  .. 60 - Other Services
      Minor Head            .. 800 - Other Receipts
      Sub-Head              ..  86 - Fee under the Right to Information Act, 2005
      Detailed Head      ..  0070 Other Administrative Services 
                                       60 Other Services- 800- Other Receipts-
                                       86- Fees under the Right to Information Act, 2005.
       
  2. The amount of fee shall be credited to the account as referred to in clause ( c) of sub-rule (1) :

     Provided that the Board, Corporations and other Autonomous bodies of the State, may get the amount of requisite fee deposited in their own accounts maintained by them
  3.  On receipt of an application, submitted under sub- rule (1) of rule 3, the State Public Information Officer shall scrutinize the application and shall assess how much fee is required to be paid by the applicant for obtaining the information.
  4.  The fee, assessed under sub-rule (3), shall be informed to the applicant by the State Public Information Officer in Form 'D' within a period of ten days from the receipt of application.
  5. The intimation of rejection of an application of the applicant seeking information under the Act, shall be intimated by the State Public Information Officer concerned, in Form ‘E’.
  6. The amount of fee collected under this rule, shall be maintained in the Cash register as specified in Form ‘F’.

 5. Quantum of fee:- (Section 6 and 7)

  1. An application for obtaining any information under sub-section (1) of section 6 shall be accompanied with a fee of rupees ten only.
  2. The following fee shall be charged for providing information under sub-section (1) of section 7, namely:-
    1. Rupees two for each page in A-4 or A-3 size paper, created or copied; and
    2. Actual charge or cost price of a copy in larger size paper;
    3. Actual cost or price for samples or models;
    4. for inspection of records, no fee for the first hour; and a fee of rupees five for each fifteen minutes (or fraction thereof) thereafter;
    5. for information provided in diskette or floppy rupees fifty per diskette or floppy; and
    6. for information provided in printed from at the price fixed for such publication or rupees two per page of photocopy for extracts from the publication. .
  3. The applicant shall, while depositing fee under sub-rule(2) of rule 4, shall also submit a self addressed envelope duly stamped for supplying the information. Stamps on the envelope shall be affixed according the mode of supplying the information, as desired by the applicant i.e. through ordinary registered or speed post.

6. Procedure to be followed in deciding appeal:-   (Section 19 (10))

Before deciding an appeal, the Commission shall,- 

  1. serve notice to the concerned persons;
  2. entertain any evidence in support of appeal, which may be oral or in writing from the concerned persons;
  3. examine on oath or by having affidavits from the persons concerned;
  4. peruse or inspect the documents or any records or copies thereof ;
  5. inquire through the authorized officer the facts of an appeal or may require facts in detail, if it so deems appropriate, hear the State Public Information Officer or any other senior officer, who had decided the first appeal, as the case may be; and
  6. receive evidence on affidavits from the officer senior in rank to State Information Officer who had decided the first appeal or from any other officer or person authorized in this behalf from whom the evidence may be deemed necessary

7. Mode of serving notice:-   (Section 19 (10))
The Commission may serve notice to the persons concerned in any of the following modes, namely:-

  1. by hand delivery(dasti) through process server; or
  2. by registered post with acknowledgment due; or
  3. by publication in the news paper;.

8. Order by the Commission:-Section 19 (10))

  1. The Commission shall make order in writing and pronounce the same in the presence of the concerned parties
  2. After the decision is pronounced by the Commission, it shall intimate the same to the complainant and the State Information Officer of the Department or the public authority concerned

9. Repeal and Saveing. – The Punjab Right to Information Rules 2006 are hereby repealed:

Provided that any order made or action taken under the rules so repealed shall be deemed to have been made or taken under the corresponding provisions of these rules

 FORMATS FOR APPLICATION:---Top of Page

_______________________________________________________________________________________
  FORM 'A'
[See rule 3(1)]
 To
                  The State Public Information Officer
                  Department___________________
 

  1. Full name of the applicant
  2. Father's/Spouse's name
  3. Permanent Address
  4. Correspondence Address
  5. Particulars of information required
     
    1. Subject matter of information*:
    2. The period to which the information relates**
    3. Specify details of information required
    4. Whether information is required by post Or in person
      ("The actual postal charges shall be Included in providing information)
    5. In case by post (Ordinary, Registered or Speed post.)
  6. Is this information not made available by the Public Authority under voluntary disclosure
  7. Do you agree to pay the required fee ?
  8. Have you deposited application fee?
    (If yes, details of such deposit)
  9.  Whether belongs to Below Poverty Line category?
     If Yes, have you furnished the proof of the same with applicant ? 

Place:
Date :

Full Signature of the applicant and Address

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Name of Department of Public Authority   FORM 'B' [See rule 3( 2) ]   Acknowledgement       Office of the State Public Information Officer.

Received the application from

Mr /Ms __________________________
Address_________________________________________________________
Seeking information on Subject to be specified) _________________________
Vide Diary No _________________________Dated ______________________

Place :
Date :
 

Full Name of State Public Information Officer/
State Assistant Public Information Officer.
 

Designation and Seal
 


Name of Department of Public Authority Top of Page

FORM ‘D’
[See rule 4(4)]
INFORMATION OF FEE ASSESSED FOR MAKING PAYMENT  From
             ______ (Name and Designation of the State Public Information Officer)
To 
             ______ (name and address of the Applicant)

Subject : Supply of information under the Right to Information Act, 2005

Sir,

  1.  Please refer to your application dated ______________ addressed to the undersigned requesting information on (Subject to be specified)____________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________
     
  2.  I am to inform you that the following amount towards cost for providing information may be deposited by way of Crossed Demand Draft/Banker’s Cheque/IPO/Treasure Challan or in Cash to enable the undersigned to furnish the information sought by you 
  3. (a)  the Demand Draft/Banker’s Cheque/IPO should be drawn in favour of (Particulars of the Drawing and Disbursing Officer to be specified) or the amount may be deposited in cash with said Drawing and Disbursing officer of this Office
    (b) the amount of fee may also be deposited through Treasure Challan in the following Head of Accounts:-
    Major Head           .. 0070 -Other Administrative Services
    Subj-Major Head  .. 60 - Other Services
    Minor Head            .. 800 - Other Receipts
    Sub-Head              ..  86 - Fee under the Right to Information Act, 2005
  4. A self-addressed envelope duly stamped may also be submitted for supplying the requisite information. Stamps on the envelope may be affixed according to the desired mode of supplying the information i.e. through ordinary, registered or speed post

Fee Calculation...................................
Total Amount to be deposited........................

Dated:
Place:

State Public Information Officer.
_______________________________________________________________________________________
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Name of Department of Public Authority

FORM ‘E’
[See rule 4(5)]


INFORMATION OF FEE ASSESSED FOR MAKING PAYMENT

From
             _______(Name and Designation of the State Public Information Officer)
To
             ______ (Name and address of the Applicant)

Subject :    Supply of information under the Right to Information Act, 2005

Sir,

  1. Please refer to your application dated _____________ addressed to the undersigned requesting for the supply of information regarding _________________
  2. The undersigned regrets to express his inability to furnish the information asked for on account of the following reasons, namely:
    1. It comes under the exempted category covered under sections 8 and 9 of the Act
    2.  Your application was not complete in respect of __________________
    3. Your identity is not satisfactory
    4. The information is contained in published material available to Public.
    5. You did not pay the required fee with your application for providing the information.
    6. The information sought for is prohibited as per the provisions of section 24(4) of the Act
    7. The information sought for is available on our website (Name of the Website to be specified). You may download the information.
    8. Any other reason
  3. However, if you feel aggrieved by this refusal, you may file an appeal before the (Specify the particulars of the Appellate Authority) within a period of thirty days of the receipt of this letter

Dated:
Place:

Name and Designation of
State Public Information Officer

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Name of Department of Public Authority

FORM ‘F’
[See rule 4(6)]

CASH REGISTER

Serial No Name and Address of the Applicants Date of Application Date of deposit of amount Particulars of Fee Cash/Demand Draft/IPO/Treasury Challan with date and amount Refund if any Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
             
             


There is no fee for persons listed below poverty lines, which facts shall have to be authenticated by producing the ‘BPL Card’
 

B.R. BAJAJ,
Principal Secretary to Government of Punjab
Department of Information Technology.
_______________________________________________________________________________________ 

Name of Department of Public Authority

FORM ‘F’
[See rule 3(3)]

FORMAT FOR THE INFORMATION REGISTER

  1. Sr. NO
  2. Date of Application
  3. Name of the person requiring the information
  4. Address of the person
  5. Nature of information
  6. Whether all formalities have been compiled by the person requiring the information
  7. Name of The authority from which the information is to be collected
  8. Date on which the information shall be supplied
  9. Date on which the authority/authoriteis concerned requested to supply the required information
  10. No and date of reminder issued
  11. Date on which the information is received by the PIO from the authority/authroties concerned
  12. Date of supply of information to the person concerned requiring the information
  13. Reasons in brief for not supplying information
  14. RemarksTop of Page

 


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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY--  MANUALS 1-17

RTI INFORMATION BASED ON POINTS MENTIONED IN CHAPTER - II SECTION IV (I) B OF THE RTI ACT
MANUALS 1 - 17
LIST OF MANUALS UNDER CLAUSE 4(1) (B) OF THE RTI ACT
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The particulars of its organization, functions and duties:
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Powers and duties of its officers and employees:
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The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers;
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Such other information as may be prescribed; and thereafter update these publications every year.
DEPARTMENT OF  ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PUNJAB
17 BAYS BUILDING, SECTOR-17, CHANDIGARH
 
The Manual under Clause 4(1) (b) of the Right to Information Bill for the Department of Animal Husbandry, Punjab is given as under: -

i. The particulars of its organization, functions and duties:

The Department plays an important role in the economy of the state. The net contribution in the State Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is 13%. The state is providing highest priority for the removal of poverty and creation of self employment opportunities to the Rural masses.

Mission of the Department :

·                    To provide efficient and effective health cover to the livestock of the state.

·                    To improve the genetic potential of the livestock through scientific breeding.

·                    To provide improved feeding and management practices.

·                    To provide effective extension services in the field of Animal Husbandry.

FOR VARIOUS LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES, THE DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY  PUNJAB HAS
 ITS PRESENCE ACROSS THE STATE THROUGH THE FOLLOWING OFFICES
Head Office -  17-BAYS BUILDING, SECTOR-17, CHANDIGARH.
20 Distt. Level offices - one in each district headed by Deputy Director Animal Husbandry.
Sub Division Level offices - SENIOR VETERINARY OFFICER.
Civil Veterinary Hospitals- 1367 ( 785 with A.H. department and 582 with Zila Parishads)
Civil Veterinary Dispensaries-1487
Regional Disease Diagnostic Lab., Jalandhar.
Punjab  Veterinary Vaccine Institute, Ludhiana (Punjab).
Govt. Livestock Farm - (Buffalo) Mattewara,
Govt. Cattle Breeding Farm, Patiala.
Sheep Wool Grading cum Marketing Centre, Ludhiana.
Sheep & Wool Extension Centre, Ludhiana.
Two Sheep & Wool Extension offices headed by Sheep Supervisor Bathinda and Sangrur.
23 Sheep & Wool extension centres through out the State.
Govt. Hatchery and Poultry Farm, Patiala.
Six Pig Breeding Farms at  Chhajju Majra (Kharar), Malwal (Ferozepur), Jalandha , Gurdaspur, Mattewara (Ldh.) and Nabha.
Two  Semen Banks at Nabha and Ropar.

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ii.Powers and Duties of its officers and employees:

Director, Animal Husbandry, Punjab 

He is overall incharge and Administrative Head of the department. 

At the headquarters he is assisted by four Joint Directors as below :-

 1.    Joint Director, Animal Husbandry, (Animal Health)

        He is responsible for :- 

1.      Implementation of plan and non plan schemes related to Animal Health. 

2.      Establishment of Group A officers of the department. 

3.      Regarding tour programmes beyond jurisdiction and T.A. bills. 

4.            Entire work of SPCA.

5.           Work relating the Kandi area Water Shed Scheme/World Bank Project.

6.           Work relating to the Awareness Camps.

7.           Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA). 

2.   Joint Director, Animal Husbandry -Special Livestock Breeding Programme(SLBP)

a)       Cattle and buffaloes breeding, Artificial Insemination and Animal production work. 

b)       Work regarding livestock farms and semen banks. 

c)       Establishment of veterinary pharmacists. 

d)       Implementation of all plan/non plan schemes related to animal production. 

e)       Gaushala development work.
 

3.   Joint Director, Animal Husbandry-Animal Production (A.P.) 

1.       Budget/Planning, Project Formulating and Monitoring. Purchase of Stores. 

2.       Establishment of Group B, C and D employees. 

3.       To handle the Assembly Questions of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha and work related to PAC and Vidhan Sabha Committee. 

4.       To Co-ordinate the reports/Misc. works to be forwarded by the department to the Govt.

5.       To handle the Audit paras relating to department. 

6.       Legal matters.  

4.   Joint Director Animal Husbandry -Regional Disease Diagnostic Lab.-North Zone, Jalandhar.(RDDL).

           He is responsible for surveillance,  diagnosis, monitoring and control of  various animal diseases in the northern states including Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh (U.T.), H.P., J&K, Delhi and Rajasthan.

 5.   Joint Director Animal Husbandry (Fodder) 

 a.        He will be responsible for formulation and execution of schemes pertaining to Fodder Section of the Department of Animal Husbandry, Punjab.

b.        All establishment cases pertaining to the Fodder wing of the Animal Husbandry Department shall be routed to the  Director Animal Husbandry through him. 

c.        To assist the Director, Animal Husbandry in the formulation and execution of policy matter and implementation of schemes pertaining to the Fodder Section of the Animal Husbandry Department. 

d.        Any other work allotted by the Director, Animal Husbandry. 

Other Officers at the Headquarter :

I.  Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry (Poultry Dev.) 

a)       He is incharge of the poultry development pogrammes in the state. 

b)      To conduct and coordinate poultry breeding and hatcheries operation in the state. 

II. Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry (Statistics). 

a.         He is responsible for overall assessment of Statistical activities of the Department, including production of livestock and livestock products, i.e. milk, meat, eggs and wool. 

b.       Under the Cattle Development Programme, Deputy Director (Statistics) is responsible for the collection, compilation and analysis of data pertaining to cross breeding programme, production of semen, allotment of bulls to various A.I. Centres and culling of Animals at the Cattle Breeding Farm. The study of the performance of buff, bulls under field conditions is under his control. 

c.       The department conducts various sample surveys/studies in the State. Deputy Director (Statistics) is responsible for the Planning and designing for these surveys/studies. At present sample surveys for the estimation of production of various livestock products, Fodder Crops in the State and area under Fodder Crops, estimation of average milk yield of cross bred cows under field conditions. 

d.       The progress made under various plan/non plan schemes,  work done by various veterinary Institutions in the State, preparation of the Annual Administration Report of the Department, preparation of Statistical Bulletin. Sire Directory and other publications of the Department are also responsibilities of the Deputy Director, (Stat.). 

e.        Any other work allotted by the Director, Animal Husbandry. 

III.       Deputy Director (Sheep And Wool)

         He is responsible for the implementation of the schemes relating to sheep husbandry in the State and for the extension    activities for sheep rearing . 

IV.     Assistant Director (Sheep And Wool)

a.       To assist  the Deputy Director Animal Husbandry (Sheep and Wool) in formulation of schemes in sheep rearing and extension activities relating to sheep husbandry in the State.

b.       He is nodal officer for scheduling various trainings of the Department.                             

c.       He is also General Manager Punjab Poultry Corporation and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Punjab Livestock Dev. Board  in addition to his own duties. 

V.      Poultry Geneticist

a.       Responsible for poultry breeding in the state. 

b.      Acting as nodal officer for pensions  

c.       Nodal officer for complaints and Public grievances and Vigilance cases of the Department. 

d.       Incharge of Kisan Call centre for helping and giving technical advice to the farmers of the state. 

e.          Assisting the Director and Joint Director in day to day technical  and official working of the Department.

 VI.   Agriculture Development Officer (Feed and Fodder) 

        To assist the Joint Director Animal Husbandry (Feed and Fodder) at the Head Quarter for implementing the Feed and Fodder Development schemes and extension activities in the state.

VII.  Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts)

       To ensure proper maintenance of accounts and removal of audit objections. 

VIII. Statistical Officer

a.        He assists  the Deputy Director (AH Section). 

b.        To assign the sample surveys for the estimation of major livestock products etc.

c.        To analyze   the data collected under sample surveys, preparation of reports etc. 

d.        To analyze   the data collected from the Govt. Breeding farms/vety. Institutions and from the field about the breeding efficiency, and  number of cases treated, A.I. performed etc. 

e.        To prepare the Annual Administration report and other repots under the guidance of Deputy Director (AH Section). 

f.         To assist in the day to day administration. 

Superintendents  

          Supdt. is the incharge of his section.  All the official files are routed  through him.  After scrutinizing the files, as per his satisfaction and after  correcting the case, sends to the higher officers.  Marks the daily dak to the concerned dealing hand.  Also keeps record of urgent cases with him in order to maintain the official record in a proper form, guides the subordinate officials working under him in his branch. 

Section Officer 

To assist the Assistant Controller (F&A) in accounts and audit matters and to conduct the internal audit of the department. 

Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry (Distt. Level) 

1.       He is  overall incharge of the livestock development,  breeding activities, health care and other misc.  jobs in their respective districts.

2.       He is  Drawing and Disbursing Officer of the schemes/programmes in his district.

3.       To direct ,supervise and organize the cattle breeding operations in various A.I./Breeding centres in their area.

4.       To submit  various reports and returns in regard to physical/financial achievements to the Director, Animal Husbandry,regularly.

Senior Veterinary Officers: 

1.      They will supervise working of Veterinary Hospitals/Dispensaries and AI centres/units in the sub divisions.

2.       They will supervise the working of cattle development programmes in the sub division.

3.        They will act as representatives of the department with other departments at sub divisional level.

4.        They will assist project officers at director level in such matters as may be specifically entrusted.

5.        They will provide technical  assistance and advice to the Vety.staff in sub divisions.

6.        They will arrange supply of medicines and instruments to the Vety.Hospitals/dispensaries/AI centres in the sub division.

7.        They will sanction casual leave to the staff at Vety.Hospitals/dispensaries/AI centres in the sub division.

8.         They will initiate Annual Confidential Reports of the staff working in Vety.Hospitals/Dispensaries/centres/units at sub divisional level.

9.        They will be incharge of the Vety. Hospitals at the the sub-divisional headquarters .

10.      They will also perform major and minor operations like caessarian operations, Dystokia, castration, prolapse, Hernia etc.

11.       They will also be responsible for conducting laboratory examinations of the blood, stool and urine samples of cases suffering from obscure diseases. 

Veterinary Officers:

1.       Diagnose, prescribe and treat the indoor and outdoor cases in  the veterinary hospital. 

2.       Ante and postmortem examination of livestock . 

3.       Control of contagious diseases amongst livestock . 

4.       Castration of male livestock. 

5.       Inspection of gaushalas. 

6.       Publicity, propaganda and extension work relating to livestock breeding, feeding and management practices. 

7.       Artificial insemination in cattle and buffaloes. 

8.       Implementation of the beneficiaries oriented and other schemes of the department. 

9.       Recording of outdoor and AI cases and overall control of stock and stores. 

10.     To ensure maintenance of Hospital record and submission of  reports. 

11.     Regular/periodic visit and supervision of  the dispensaries under his control for giving advice and attending to cases of serious nature in their jurisdiction. 

12.     Management of livestock  farms. 

13.     Management of Frozen Semen Banks/Artificial Insemination Centres. 

14.     Issuing of Health Certification and P.M. Certifications. 

15.     Issuing of Export permits. 

16.     Dealing  in Vetro- legal cases. 

17.     Any other duties assigned by the competent authorities. 

Veterinary Inspector: 

1.      To keep the Hospitals equipment neat and clean.

2.       Compounding and dispensing of medicines.

3.       Dressing wounds and bandaging.

4.       To handle animals and administer medicines.

5.       Treatment of minor and simple ailments in animals.

6.       Rendering assistance to the Veterinary Officers, Incharge of the hospitals/dispensaries in  performing major operations.

7.       To help Veterinary Officers in maintaining the record of the hospitals.

8.       To perform Artificial Insemination in the buffaloes/cows.

9.       To follow up A.I. cases.

10.     To vaccinate the animals of the area to prevent the spread of any outbreak/disease.

11.     To register the cattle of the area.

12.     To maintain the official records of the dispensaries/ A.I. centres including medicines etc.

13.     To assist the  Veterinary Officers in various development activities/schemes.

 
 

Decisions in the department are taken at various levels according to the Acts, Rules and Regulations formed by the Govt.

Director, Animal Husbandry, Punjab is head of the department and takes decisions as per the Civil Services Rules, Manual of instructions or other Standing guidelines laid down by the State Govt. and as per delegation of powers by the Govt .  

Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry is Drawing & Disbursing Officer at the district level and is authorized to take decisions at his level as per the Civil Services Rules and as per delegation of powers.

                 Veterinary Officers I/C Civil Veterinary Hospital  are accountable for all departmental activities in their  jurisdiction.  They also take decisions as per Civil Services Rules.

  

iv. Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions:

The State Government has  issued guidelines for speedy disposal of cases and timely implementation of various schemes / programmes at various levels.   Veterinary hospitals provide round the clock emergency veterinary services. The field staff carry out  the publicity campaign to create awareness  in the farmers for various livestock health and breeding activities in a  time bound manner,  according to calendar of activities designed by the department at various levels .  Top of Page

 

 

The department has no separate instructions, regulations, and manuals of its own.  It follows Civil Service Rules, Financial Rules, Budgetary Rules, Treasury Rules etc. as are applicable to all the departments of the state. Department has Service Rules for Class A,B,C and D employees to regulate the terms, conditions of their appointments etc. Apart from these executive instructions issued by Government and department from time to time are also followed.

The Department has also the following Acts & Rules;-
vi. Statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control:
The documents relating to the matters of the officials / officers as well as Government matters are maintained in the office of Director, Animal Husbandry, Punjab and in the branches of Animal Husbandry in the Mini Secretariat under the control of Financial Commissioner/Secretary, Animal Husbandry.  The records of the establishment of Officers / Officials of the department lie with the Superintendent Establishment I and II (as the case may be). Besides this, the copy of the service rules, instructions, notifications, notices of duties etc. are also available with concerned establishment superintendents. Instructions of various development schemes are available with Superintendent Planning branch. Record relating to budget / expenditure / audit is available in Budget / Accounts branch headed by Asstt.Controller (Finance & Accounts).

The department also maintians  "Act and Rules" as mentioned in (v) above

 

 

              Vety.Hospitals under control of Zila Parishads are supervised and monitored by Panchayati Raj Institutions , but the Animal Husbandry department has its own system of  monitoring and administration and ic opinion of farmers is always sought before and after launching of various development schemes/programmes at district / headquarter level.

 
Govt. has constituted Punjab Livestock Dev. Board in the year 2001, under the Registration of Societies Act, 1861, for implementation of National Project for Cattle and Buffalo Breeding in the State.  Under this project, creation of infrastructure and provision of  facilities for  boosting the breeding activities is undertaken.  Artificial Insemination facilities at the doorstep of farmers and enhanced AI coverage is the main mandate of the Board. All financial assistance under this project is given by Govt. of India.
 
Govt. has also constituted the Punjab Veterinary Council in the year 1981 under the Punjab Veterinary Council Act, 1981.  It is a statutory body and its mandate is to regulate the veterinary practice and veterinary education  and to improve service conditions of veterinarians.  It also ensures mandatory registration of all veterinary graduates for veterinary practice

 

 
 
This information of staff posted in Directorate of Animal Husbandry Punjab is placed as under:-

Organizational structure of the Department 

Sr. Name and designation of the Officers/Employees Telephone No.
    Office Residence/Mobile
1 Dr. H. S Sandha, Director, Animal, Husbandry, Punjab. 0172-2701324 9815170643,#1139,Sec 44.Chandigarh. 
2 Dr. Amarjit Singh, Joint Director, Animal Husbandry, Punjab 0172-2701168 981516631
3  Dr.Amarjit Singh , Registrar, Punjab Vety. Council 0172-2614434 981516631
4 Sh. Jatinder Singh, Joint Director, Animal Husbandry, (Feed & Fodder) 0172-2701201 9814030048
5 Dr. Jaspal Singh, Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry, (Poultry Dev.) 0172-2702658 98153-27849
6 Sh Charanjit Singh, Astt. Controller (F&A) 0172-2705199 99150-82619
7 Sh.Harbans Singh,  Agriculture Dev. officer 0172-2701201 94171-26763.
8 Sh.Sukhwinder Singh, Superintendent Grade-1 0172-2701291  
9 Sh. Mehar Kaur ,  Superintendent 0172-2701324  
10 Sh. Manjeet Singh Superintendent 0172-2701324  
11 Smt. Kelash Devi, Superintendent 0172-2701324  
12 Sh. Paramjit Kaur, Superintendent  0172-2705199  
13 Sh. Amarjit Singh, Superintendent 0172-2701324  
14 Sh. Udepal Singh Legal Assistant 0172-2701324  
15 Sh. Rajinder Parshad Arora, P.A. 0172-2701324  
16 Sh.Rakesh Kumar Verma  Senior Assistnat 0172-2701201  
17 Sh. Kuldip Singh   Senior Assistnat 0172-2701201  
18  Sh Sawtantar Sharma  Senior Assistnat 0172-2705199  
19  Sh Rajesh Kumar  Senior Assistnat 0172-2705199  
20   Sh Arvind Puri       Senior Assistnat  0172-2705199  
21 Sh.Sandeep Thaman   Senior Assistnat 0172-2701324  
22 Smt Kamaljeet Kaur Senior Assistnat 0172-2705199  
23 Sh. Ravinder Kumar, Senior Assistnat 0172-2701324  
24 Smt Sangeeta Rani Senior Assistnat 0172-2701324  
25 Sh.Sukjinder Kaur , Senior Assistant. 0172-2705199  
26 Sh. Bhupinderpal Singh Senior Assistant. On Deputation  
27 Smt. Sarabjeet Kaur Senior Assistant. 0172-2701324  
28 Sh. Shamsher Singh Senior Assistant 0172-2705199  
29 Sh. Baljeet Singh Senior Assistant 0172-2701291  
30 Sh. Gursharan Singh Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
31 Sh. Sikander Singh Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
32 Smt. Tripata Devi, Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
33 Sh. Krishan Gopal Senior Assistant 0172-2702658  
34 Smt. Narinder Kaur, Senior Assistant 0172-2705199  
35 Sh. Kewal Kumar, Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
36 Sh. Tarsem La,l Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
37 Smt. Balwinder Kaur Senior Assistant 0172-2701201  
38 Smt. Harwinder Kaur, Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
39 Sh. Avtar Singh Bhangu, Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
40 Sh. Dharminder Singh Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
41 Smt. Veena Rani, Senior Assistant On Deputation  
42 Smt Kiran Bala Senior Assistant, 0172-2701324  
43 Sh Assa Ram, Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
44 Sh,Gurpreet Singh Senior  Assistant 0172-2701324  
45 Sh Sher Singh Rana Junior Assistant 0172-2701324  
46 Sh Satinder Paul Senior  Assistant 0172-2701324  
47 Sh Kunji Ram Senior  Assistant 0172-2701324  
48 Smt Jaspreet Kaur, Senior  Assistant 0172-2701324  
49 Smt Kulbir Kaur , Senior Assistant 0172-2701324  
50 Sh Nirmal Singh,Junior Assistant  0172-2701324  
51 Smt.Rakesh Kumari,Junior Assistant 0172-2701324  
52 Smt Sarabjit Kaur,Junior Assistant 0172-2701324  
53 Sh Dilbag Singh,Junior Assistant 0172-2701324  
54 Sh Joginder Singh, Junior Assistant  0172-2701324  
55 Sh  Vikram Singh, Junior Assistant 0172-2701324  
56 Sh Manmeet Singh, Junior Assistant  0172-2701324  
57 Sh Guriqbal Singh, Junior Assistant  0172-2701324  
58 Sh Kulwant Kumar, Junior Assistant 0172-2701324  
59 Sh Jasbir Singh , Clerk 0172-2701324  
60 Ms Rajvir kaur, Clerk 0172-2701201  
61 Sh Sandeep Kumar 0172-2701324  
62 Sh Narinder Singh , Clerk 0172-2701324  
63 Sh Chamkaur Singh, Clerk  0172-2705199  
64 Sh Manjinder Singh, Clerk 0172-2701324  
65 Sh Savinder Singh, Clerk 0172-2701324  
66 Ms Navjot Kaur, Clerk 0172-2705199  
67 Sh Bum Bhadhur, Clerk 0172-2701324  
68 Sh Sarjotpal Singh, Clerk 0172-2701324  
69 Sh Kanwalpreet Singh, Clerk 0172-2701324  
70 Ms. Jaskarnbir Kaur, Clerk 0172-2701324  
71 Sh Harashdeep, Clerk 0172-2705199  
72 Sh. Manpreet Sharma, Clerk 0172-2701324  

Directory of Officers and Employees at Secretariat Level

Sr.

No.

Designation

Name

Address and  Tel.  No.

1.

Financial Commissioner, Animal Husbandry

Dr. G. Vajralingam,  IAS  

0172- 2743541,

2.

Special Secretary, Animal Husbandry

Sh. V.K. Meena ,  IAS

0172-2740642

3.

Superintendent Grade-I, Animal Husbandry Branch

Sh. KS Kang

 0172-2742243,PBX 602

4.

Superintendent Grade-II, Animal Husbandry Branch

Sh.

 0172-2742243,PBX 602 (O) Mob.No.98720-98542

5.

Senior Assistant

Sh. Rakesh Kumar

832/41-A, CHD.,0172-627372

6.

Senior Assistant

Santosh Kumari

H.No.1455/50-B, CHD., 98767-41455

7.

Senior Assistant

Sh. Baljit Singh

H.No.453/Phase III-B-I Mohali., 0172-2228576

8.

Senior Assistant

Sh. Gurdip Singh

5267, Modern Complex, Mani Majra, UT, CHD.M.No.98726-15221

9.

Senior Assistant

Smt. Satnam Kaur

3126/38-D, CHD.0172-2691803

10.

Senior Assistant

Sh. Taran Kumar

H.No.1578, Sec-23-B,0172-2721205

11.

Senior Assistant

Sh. Tara Singh

H.No.837A, Sec-33-B, Chandigarh, 0172-2660452 ®

12.

Junior Assistant

Sh. Gurmail Singh

H.No.4841, Sec-68, Mohali  0172-2215541

13.

Clerk

Sh. Sandeep Katial

H.No. 3407/1 Sector 45-D, Chandigarh. 98159-13407

14.

Clerk

Sh. Vishal Verma

Mullanpur Garibdass, Teh. Kharar, Distt. Ropar 98156-00516

15.

Steno typist

Sh. Harpal Singh

Vill. Adda Jugian,P.O.  Dyalpura, Distt. Patiala 951762-241599

 
The officers and employees of the department are governed by different pay scales and are allowed annual increments
and other allowances such as TA, HRA, CCA, Basic Pay + D.P., DA etc as  allowed / sanctioned by the Government from time to time. 
 
The detailed information regarding pay scales etc. is placed as under:-

Details of posts sanctioned , filled and vacant in Animal Husbandry Department.

#

Post

Pay Band & Grade Pay

No. of Post

Filled

1

Director

18600-22100

1

-

2

Joint Director

14300-18600

5

3

3

Deputy Director

14300-18150

23

16

4

Deputy Director (Stat) (Non-Vety.)

7880-11660

1

-

5

Mechanical Engineer

7000-10980

1

-

6

Fodder Dev. Officer

7220-11660

8 (1 held in abeyance)

3

7

Agriculture Dev. Officer

7220-11660          (entry scale)

123

85

8

Asstt. Director, Animal Husbandry

14300-18150

41(1 held in abeyance)

28

9

Asstt. Director, Animal Husbandry  (Medical store), Jalandhar

14300-18150

1

-

10

Senior Veterinary Officer

14300-18150

53

33

11

Veterinary Officer (Specialist)

7880-13500 (initial start Rs.8000/-)

42

39

12

Veterinary Officer

7880-13500 (initial start Rs.8000/-)

862

700

13

Establishment Officer

7880-11660

1

-

14

P.A.-cum-Planning Officer

7220-11660

1

-

15

Asstt. Controller (F&A)

7220-11660

1

1

16

S.O. (SAS)

6400-10640

1

1

17

 Statistical Officer

6400-10640

1

-

18

Statistical Officer/Asstt. Director, Animal Husbandry (Stat.)/Officer Incharge Milk Recording Officer/ Survey  and evaluation Officer

6400-10640

4

-

19

Superintendent grade-I

7220-11660

3

3

20

Superintendent grade-II

6400-10640

15

9

21

P.A.

6400-10640

1

1

22

Senior Scale Stenographer

5800-9200

2

1

23

Jr. Scale Stenographer

4400-7000

15

8

24

Steno Typist

3330-6200

20

11

25

Legal Assistant

6400-10640

1

1

26

Assistant

5800-9200

96

72

27

Clerk

3120-5160

157

126

28

Restorer

3120-5160

2

2

29

Machine man

3120-5160

1

1

30

Veterinary Inspector

4400-7000

2024

1762

31

Poultry Inspector/Asstt. Manager (Poultry)/Chick Sexer/Poultry Marketing Inspector

5480-8925

48

24

32

Poultry Asstt./Field Asstt.

3120-5160

38

-

 

Poultry Farm Asstt.

3120-5160

1

-

 

Fodder Bank Storekeeper

5000-8100

5

3

33

Poultry  Storekeeper

3120-5160

11

-

34

Technical Asstt.

6400-10640

8

1

35

Statistical Asstt./ Statistical Supervisor

5800-9200

9

6

36

Junior Field Investigator

4020-6200

34

26

37

Lab. Asstt.

3120-5160

69

64

38

Lab. Technician

3120-5160

25

12

39

Computer/Puncher

3120-5160

13

10

40

Enumerator

3120-5160

22

20

41

Milk Recorder

3120-5160

26

25

42

Senior Lab. Technician

4400-7000

2

1

43

Liquid Nitrogen Plant Supervisor

5000-8100

1

-

44

Electrician-cum- LNPO/ LNPO

4020-6200

3120-5160

14

11

45

Radiographer

4020-6200

3

1

46

Operation Room Technician

4400-7000

5

-

47

Electrician

4020-6200

5

3

48

Necker

4020-6200

2

-

49

Autoclave Operator

4020-6200

1

1

50

Refrigerator Mechanic

3120-5160

4

1

51

Film Projector Operator

3120-5160

5

2

52

Glass Blower

4400-7000

1

-

53

Foreman

5000-8100

2

-

54

Incinerator Operator

3120-5160

1

-

55

Flayer

3120-5160

1

-

56

Technician Media

4400-7000

1

-

57

Hot Air Oven Operator

4020-6200

1

-

58

Machine Operator

4020-6200

2

-

59

Boiler Operator

3120-5160

1

1

60

Sheep Extension Asstt.

3120-5160

26

11

61

Wool Grader cum Shearer

4020-6200

15

-

62

Wool Presser

3120-5160

2

-

63

Cattle Catcher

3120-5160

8

7

64

Horseman

3120-5160

4

3

65

Driver

3330-6200

99

69

66

Generator Mechanic-cum-Operator

3120-5160

1

1

67

Dairy Inspector

5480-8925

1

-

68

Technician Carpenter

4020-6200

1

-

69

Class-IV employees

2520-4140

(initial 2620/-)

2556

2316

xi. Budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made;
 
BUDGET - PLAN SCHEMES
 
ANNUAL PLAN 2012-13 - FINANCIAL 
  B) Shared Schemes
SR NO. Name of the Scheme Funding Pattern Allocation/ work Plan      2012-13 Expenditure 
CS:SS
  GOI SS Total GOI SS Total 
1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10
1 CS (AH)05/27- Assistance to States Poultry farms - Strengthening of Govt. Poultry farms  (80:20) 32.00 8.00 40.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 CS(AH)-01/2- Assistance to States for control of animal disease - creation of disease free zone ASCAD  (75:25) 323.44 104.81 428.25 286.40 88.52 374.92
3 CS (AH)02/4- Integrated Sample Surveys for cost assessment of production of milk and egg  (50:50) 16.63 16.63 33.26 8.84 7.90 16.74
4 CS(AH)3/ 11-Professional Efficiency development through strengthening of Punjab Vety. Council   (50:50) 15.00 15.00 30.00 15.00 15.00 30.00
5 CS(AH)-04/25- Establishment and strengthening of existing Veterinary Hospitals  and dispensaries  (75:25) 780.00 260.00 1040.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Total   1167.07 404.44 1571.51 310.24 111.42 421.66

(i)  Budget Plan Schemes during the year 2012-13

(A)  Centrally Sponsored Shared Schemes

  A  (100 % Centrally Sponsored Schemes)

Sub-head/ Scheme Annual Plan 2012-13
    Approved Outlay Funds released by Treasury
1 2 3 5
1 CS(AH)-06/1-National Project on Rinderpest Eradication. (100% GOI). 40.00 11.43
2 CS (AH)-07/2- Assistance to States for integrated piggery Dev. 100% GOI). 0.00 0.00
3 CS (AH)-08/3- Livestock Census (100% GOI) 457.89 375.29
4 CS(AH) 09/4 - Animal Disease management and regulatory medicines - Establishment of Regional Disease Diagnostic Lab.    (100%GOI) 40.00 53.26
5 CS (AH)-10/5- Foot and Mouth Disease Control programme (100%GOI) 200.00 104.27
6 CS (AH) -11/7 - Conservation of threathened breeds of small ruminent pigs, pack animals and equines(100% GOI) 50.00 0.00
7 CS (AH)-12/9 - Bio technolgoy Research Project under Fodder Development     (100% GOI) 20.00 0.00
8 CS (AH)13/19- National Control programme on brucellosis (100%GOI) 90.40 89.09
9 CS (AH)-14/21- Strengthening and development of fodder resources in the State.(100%GOI) 273.63 0.00
10 CS(AH)-15/22 - Rural backyard poultry development (100%GOI) 69.10 58.38
11 CS(AH 16/23-National Animal Disease Reporting System (NADRS) (100%) 5.00 4.47
12 CS(AH)-17 -Assistance to state for control of stray animals (100% GOI) 100.00 0.00
13 Fodder  and Feed Development Scheme 0.00 0.00
  Total  1346.02 696.19

(B))Purely State Plan Schemes :


 C    ( STATE PLAN SCHEMES)
Sr. No. Code no Sub Head/ Scheme Annual Plan 2012-2013
Approved Out lay Revised Outlay Funds Utilized
  1 2 3 4 6
1 AH-06/24 Renovation and upgradation of vety. Institutions in the State (ACA 2010-11) 2000.00 2000.00 0.00
2 AH 07/23 Upgradation of Vety. Insitutions under RIDF Nabard aided project - RIDF- XVII 1300.00 1015.00 945.31
3 AH08/28 Construction of Civil Infrastrcture for Guru Angad Dev Vety. and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU) (NABARD) RIDF- XVII 1600.00 3500.00 0.00
4 AH-09/20 Setting up of new polyclinics and Strengthening of Vety. Insitutions in the State under RIDF 14  project (NABARD) 600.00 600.00 283.10
5 AH-10/09 Upgradation and Strengthening of existing Vety. Institutions by providing infrastrcture and equipments and construction of new vety. Polyclinics under RIDF 13 project (NABARD) 20.00 1.00 0.00
6 AH11/06 Assistance to Shri Guru Angad Dev. Vety. And Animal Sciences University (GADVASU) State Plan Scheme 2300.00 1300.00 1300.00
7 AH-12/08 Development of Piggery Sector in the State (State Plan Scheme) 50.00 15.00 10.87
8 AH-13/13 Animal Husbandry extension and training programme (State Plan Scheme) 220.00 1.00 0.00
9 AH-14/15 Development of other Livestock like poultry, goat, sheep and turkey etc. in the State (State Plan Scheme) 50.00 33.00 12.82
10 AH-15/17 Development of Fodder Resources and its processing (State Plan Scheme) 60.00 60.00 25.00
11 AH-16/05 Setting up of new polyclinics and Strengthening of existing Vety. polyclinics in the State 1.00 0.10 0.00
12 AH-17 Grant in aid to Animal Welfare Board of Punjab 500.00 1.00 0.00
13 AH-18 Construction of Tehsil,Bloc level  Vety Hospitals.(NABARD) RIDF- XVIII 0.00 733.00 0.00
14 A-19 Construction of Cow memorial at village Joga , District Mansa 0.00 60.00 60.00
    Total  8701.00 9319.10 2637.10
 
MANUALS 1 - 17 (12)
Subsidy is given under Special Central Assistance Programme (SCAP)
Special Central Assistance Programme (SCAP)

Amount allocated/utilized  and the number of beneficiaries during the year 2012-13   is given as under:-

Financial Year

Amount Allocated/ utilized

No. of beneficiaries

2012-13

126.00 lac/ 50.10lac

395

 

 


 

RTI INFORMATION BASED ON POINTS MENTIONED IN CHAPTER - II SECTION IV (I) B OF THE RTI ACT
MANUALS 1 - 17 (13)
xiii. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorisations granted by it;

No such concessions, permits or authorizations are granted by the department.

 
RTI INFORMATION BASED ON POINTS MENTIONED IN CHAPTER - II SECTION IV (I) B OF THE RTI ACT
MANUALS 1 - 17 (14)
xiv. details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form;
The guidelines and application forms are for various schemes are available in the form of hard copy at the Deputy Director / Senior Veterinary Officer / Veterinary Officer level. These are  available on the website www.husbandrypunjab.org / contact us of the department.   Information is also stored in computer and computer disks in reduced form 
 
 
RTI INFORMATION BASED ON POINTS MENTIONED IN CHAPTER - II SECTION IV (I) B OF THE RTI ACT
MANUALS 1 - 17 (15)
xv.Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of library or reading room, if maintained for public use;
The department implements various schemes through field staff. Hence the information is available with Deputy Directors at district level, Senior Veterinary Officers at sub division level and Veterinary Officers at CVH/CBF level.
No library or reading room is available in the department.

 

 

Telephone Directory of Field staff.

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1

fvgNh vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD

vkL ;[yd/t f;zx

9$5$11

 

 

 n;wh wzBi{o Bjh

fibQk soB skoB

1

fvgNh vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD

vkL ofwzdo w'jB,;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, soBskoB,

 

10$10$56

31$10$14

n;kwh wzBi{o Bjh

fibQk ckfibek

1

fvgNh vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD

vkLBo/;a ;ud/tk, ;hBhno t?Nh nca;o ckfibek

 

21$1$57

31$1$15

 

fibQk gmkBe'N

1

fvgNh vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD

vkL uzdo w'jB, ;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, gmkBe'N

 

5$9$55

30$9$13

 

 

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo$;hBhno t?NoBoh nca;o ;pzXh ;{uBk  

fibQk gfNnkbk 

1

;jkfJeHvkfJo?eNo g;{ gkbD (J/Hn?u)

 

 

 

 

 

2

;jkfJeHvkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

ykbh

 

 

 

 tkX{ ukoi

3

;jkfJe vkJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD, (J/Hgh) BkGk

vkL nfBb e[wko r[gsk, thHU,e?Nb ckow BkGk (gfNnkbk)

 

 

 

1$5$09

4

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (wLft)

vkL w[Zyftzdo f;zx thHUH whokg[o

 

 

 

 

5

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (ckowi)BkGk

vkL r[odhg f;zx

 

 

 

30$7$12

Tkx{ ukoi

6

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o gfNnkbk

vkLn;'ae e[wko,thHU ;hHthHn?u,cZrD wkiok, gfNnkbk

 

 

 

21F6F13

7

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o,BkGk

vkLokw/;a e[wko thHU ;hHthHn?u ShNKtkbk (gfNnkbk)

 

 

 

1$7$11 tkX{ ukoi

8

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o,okig[ok

vkL j/wzs u'gVk,thHU ;hHthHn?u bkbV{ w'jkbh)

 

 

 

1$7$09 tkX{ ukoi

9

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, ;wkDk

vkL;[oihs f;zx wZeV, thU,;hHthHn?u e'johnK (;zro{o)

 

 

 

27$7$11

w'jkbh

1

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, v/ok pZ;h fibQk w'jkbh

vkLnfBb e[wko t?Nh nca;o, ;hHthHn?u fNtkDk(w'jkbh)

 

 

 

 

g'bhN?efBe gfNnkbk

11

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (Nq/fBzr)

vkL w[yftzdo f;zx

 

 

 

 

12

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD, fgroh (N/qfBzr)

vkL jo;a w'jB tkbhnk

 

 

 

1H8H11 s' ykbh

fibQk fco'ig[o

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (J/Hn?u)

ykbh

 

 

 

F20$7$10

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;[ gkbD (J/Hgh)

vkL pbd/t f;zx

 21H8H09

28H12H57

31F12F2015

 

3

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, ckfibek

vkL godhg e[wko ;/mh

8F12F11

 

 

1F12F11 tkX{ ukoi

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o fco'ig[o

vkL fteow f;zx fYb',thHUH;hHthHn?u gZbk w/xk(fco'ig[o)

 

 

 

1H12H11 tkX{ ukoi

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o,ihok

ykbh

 

 

 

 

9H6H07

6

;hBhno t?NhHnc;ao,np'jo

vkLG[fgzdo f;zx,thHU ;hHthHn?u y[pD

 

 

 

1H1H13 tkX{ ukoi

fibQk nfwqs;o

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (J/Hn?u)

vkLirdh;a uzdo ;'aoh

 

8$8$56

31$8$14

 

2

;jkfJe vkfJo/eNo, g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

vkL ;[yd/t fYb'

 

 

 

1$1$07 tkX{ ukoi

3

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, jkEhr/N nzfwqs;o

vkL oki/;a v'rok

thHU ;hHthHn?u pj'V nfwqs;o

 

 

 

1H10H10 tkX{ ukoi

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, niBkbk

vkL gtB e[wko, thHUH;hHthHn?u izfvnkbkr[o{ (nfwqs;o)

 

 

 

 

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, pkpk pekbk

vkL i'frzdo f;zx s/i,thHU pkpk pekbk (nfwqs;o)

 

 

 

 

6

;hBhno t?Nh nc;ao,gZNh

vkLgoGks ;{d, thHUH ;hHthHn?u jkoNk pvbk (j[f;ankog[o)

 

 

 

1H3H08 tkX{ ukoi

7

;hBhno t?Nh nc;ao, soBskoB

vkL ofwzdo w'jB,n?;HthHU pkpk pekbk nfwqs;o

 

10$10$56

31$10$F4

 

 fibQk eg{oEbk

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;[ gkbD (J/Hgh)

vk ;stho f;zx piktk, thHU ;hHthH n?u izv{f;zxk (ibzXo)

 

 

 

28$8$12

2

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, eg{oEbk

vkL ;sgkb f;zx, J/Hvh (wLft) ibzXo

 

 

 

 7$13

3

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o,crtkVk

vkL;[uk f;zx,thHU ;hHthHn?u ekbk ;zfxnk

 

 

 

7$13

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, ;[bskg[o b'Xh

vkL godhg e[wko r'fJb thHU ;hHthHn?u yi{obk (eg{oEbk)

 

 

 

 

fibQk j[f;ankog[o

 

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD,(J/Hn?u)

ykbh

1$812

 

 

13$5$12

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

vkLr[oihs f;zx, ;hBhno t?Nh nca;o ;[bskB b'Xh (eg{oEbk)

 

10F1F56

31F1F14

 

3

;hBhno t?Nh nc;ao rV;zaeo

vkL Bo/; e{wko,

 

 

 

 

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o d;{jk

vkL ;[uk f;zx, thHU ;hHthHn?u rVdhtkb (j[f;ankog[o)

 

 

 

1$1$13

tkX{ ukoi

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o w[e/ohnk

vkL pbd/t f;zx,thHU ;hHthHn?u nkbktbg[o ibzXo ns/ thHU ;hHthHn?u jo;/ wB;o

 

 

 

1$11$11

tkX{ ukoi

o'gV

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

ykbh

 

17$8$55

31$8$13

 

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD,(ckow)

vkL uzdo Ujoh

 

4$1$57

31$1$15

 

3

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, o'gV

 

 

 

 

1$5$08

tkX{ ukoi

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, yoV

vkL e[btzs f;zx, thHU

 

 

 

1$3$11

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, nkBzdg[o

vkLw'jB f;zrbk,thHU ;hHthHn?u izv{f;zxk (ibzXo)

 

 

 

3$2$11

 

j?v e[nkNo g';N;a (uzvhrvQ)

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD(ckowi) SZi{wkiok (j?v e[nkNo) uzvhrVQ

vkLftB'd e[wko,

 

7$4$55

30$4$13

 

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (g'bNoh Nq/fBzr)

vkLBfozdogkb EzwD

16$7$09

18$10$55

31$10$2013

 

3

g'bNoh i?B/fN;N

vkLeztogqhs g;ohuk (thHU)

1$11$10

 

 

 

fibQk pfmzvk

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hn?u)

vkL gqdkg e[wko pK;b,

 

 

 

13H12H2013

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD, (J/Hgh)

ykbh

2$8$12

 

 

1$12$2009 tkX{ ukoi

3

;hBhno t?Nh nc;ao, sbtzvh ;kp'

ykbh

 

 

 

24$2$08 tkX{ ukoi

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, okwg{ok c{b

vkln;'e gkb thHU ;hHthHn?u c{b

15$3$13

 

 

1$11$10

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o,pfmzvk

vkL ;[do;aB f;zx

15$3$13

 

 

1$10$10 tkX{ ukoi

fibQk cohde'N

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (J/Hn?u)

vkL;toB f;zx,thHU ;hHthHn?u d'dK (w[es;o)

 

 

 

1$10$06 tkX{ ukoi

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

 

 

 

 

1$11$10

3

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (wLft) e'Neg{ok

vkLgofwzdo f;zx

21$7$09

17$9$57

30$9$2015

 

fibQk wkB;k

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

vkLnfwqsgkb f;zx, n?;HthHU ;od{brVQ wkB;k

 

10$10$56

31$10$14

 

2

;hBhno  t/Nh nca;o, p[Ybkvk

vkLr[odhg f;zx,thHU ;hHthHn?u po/Nk (wkB;k)

 

 

 

17$7$07 tkX{ ukoi

3

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, wkB;k

vkLpboki f;zx,thHU ;hHthHn?u mheohtkb (poBkbk)

 

 

 

24$9$09

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o ;od{brVQ

vkL n;atBh e[wko

 

 

 

 

 

;zro{o

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD, (J/Hn?u)

vkL wB'jo bkb tkX{ ukoi ;zro{o

 

 

 

 

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

ykbh

 

 

 

1$11$10

3

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, wb/oe'Nbk

vkLftek; uzdo thHU ;hHthHn?u b;'Jh (;zro{o)

 

 

 

1$2$12 tkX{ ukoi

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, ;[Bkw

vkLftB? e[wko fizdb thHU ;hHthHn?u pvo{yk (;zro{o)

 

 

 

1$4$12 tkX{ ukoi

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o ;zro{o

vkL;[yuoBihs f;zx,thHU Bdkwg[o

 

 

 

1$1$12 tkX{ ukoi

6

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, poBkbk

vkL;[yd/t f;zx

24$9$09

18$11$55

30$11$2013

 

fibQk r[odk;g[o

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hn?u)

vkLnfBb dhtkB thHU ;hHthHn?u Xkoy[od r[odk;g[o

 

 

 

 

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

vkL noftzd ;aowk

 

1H4H1956

31$3$14

19$8$13

3

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (ckow) Xko

vkL oe/;a e[wko thHUH

 

 

 

 

4

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (w[Lft)

vkL oke/;a e[wko thHU

 

 

 

 

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, pNkbk

vkLe[bdhg e[wko wjkiB thHU ;hHthHn?u ;[ikBg[o (r[odk;g[o)

 

 

 

21$11$10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

fibQk ibzXo

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hn?u)

vkLfJepkb f;zx iZ;h,thHU ;hHthHn?uH;zx'tkb (ibzXo)

 

 

 

5$8$11 tkX{ ukoi

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

vkLwfjzdogkb thHU

1$8$12

 

 

20$7$10

3

;jkfje vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD,(wLft)

vkLfJetkb f;zx,;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,(J/Hn?u) ibzXo

 

 

 

26$7$13 tkX{ ukoi

4

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo w?vheb ;N'o) ibzXo

vkLifszdo u'gVk, J/Hvh ckow o'gV

 

 

 

 

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o,ibzXo

vkLi;gkb f;zx, x[zwD

 

1$4$55

31$3$16

 

6

;hBhno t/Nh nca;o,Be'do

ykbh

 

 

 

 

7

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o fcb'o

vklewb Gzvkoh thHU ;hHthHn?u sbtD ibzXo (pdbh nXhB) ns/ thHU ;hHthHn?u s/fjzr

 

 

 

31$3$13 tkX{ ukoi

fibQk cfsrVQ ;kfjp

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD, (J/Hgh)

vkLifszdo f;zx, n?;HthHU v/ok;ph w'jkbh

 

4$1$57

31$1$2015

 

2

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o pkVk

ykbh

 

 

 

1$5$08 tkX{ ukoi

3

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o pZ;h gmkDk

vkL;[;ahb e[wko y[bo, thHU ;hHthHn?u gho i?B (cLrL;)

 

 

 

6$6$07

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o nwb'j

vkLnwohe,thHU ;hHthHn?u nwb'j (cLrL;)

30$8$13

 

 

7$13 tkX{ ukoi

5

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, ywkD'

vklgowkswk ;o{g thHU o'gV

 

 

 

31$1$03

tkX{ ukoi

fibQk b[fXnkDk

1

;jkfJe vkfJo/eNo,g;{ gkbD (J/Hn?u)

vkLfJzdoihs f;zx

15$9$08

17$4$5

30$4$2015

 

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo, g;{ gkbD (J/Hgh)

vkLgowdhg f;zx tkbhnk thHU

10$8$11

 

 

15$6$09 tkX{ ukoi

3

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, j?p'tkb b[fXnkDk

ykbh

 

 

 

 

4

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o irokT[

vkLwbehs f;zx,

 

 

 

 

5

;hBhno t?Nh nc;o, ;wokbk

vkLofizdo f;zx,thHU ;hHthHn?u pbku'o(;jhd Grs f;zx Bro)

 

 

 

27$9$06 tkX{ ukoi

6

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, yzBk

vkL;[oihs f;zx ;zX{, thHU ;hHthHn?u febk okJ/g[o (b[fXnkDk)

 

 

 

1$1$08 tkX{ ukoi

7

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o, gkfJb

vkLdo;aB e[wko,thHU ;hHthHn?u bbs' ebK (b[fXnkDk)

 

 

 

7$2$09

8

;hBhno t?Nh nca;o,okJ/e'N

ykbh

 

 

 

1$8$06 tkX{ ukoi

ws/tkVk ckow

1

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo g;{ gkbD (ckowi)

vkL oDihs f;zx e[wko, ;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo (J/Hn?u) pfmzvk

 

 

 

 

2

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (ckowi)

ykbh

29$6$12

 

 

11$11$11 tkX{ ukoi

;hg n?v t{b wkoehfNzr j?ve[nkNo n?N uzvhrVQ

11

;jkfJe vkfJo?eNo,g;{ gkbD (;hg n?v t{b)

vkLi;gkb f;zx,

 

28$4$56

30$4$14

1$11$12