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District Collector Office and Their Sections

The Collector Office is main office in the district administration and backbone of Government of Maharashtra. All kinds of decisions, power of law and order, revenue, civil supplies, elections, disaster management etc. are assigned to the Collector and Officers.
The Additional Collector shares some part of the responsibilities of the Collector.
The following table gives the information on the various sections, departments along with the HOD’s designation who looks after the work of that section at the Collectorate, Gadchiroli.

Sr.No. Section Name Designation of the Officer
1 Home Resident Deputy Collector
2 Establishment Resident Deputy Collector
3 Entertainment Resident Deputy Collector
4 Employment Guarantee Scheme Deputy Collector (EGS)
5 Sanjay Gandhi Yojna Tahsildar (EGS)
6 Election Deputy Collector (Election)
7 District Supply Office District Supply Officer
8 Land Reforms Resident Deputy Collector
9 Land Acquisition Branch Land Acquisition Officer
10 District Planning Office District Planning Officer
11 Mining District Mining Officer
12 Accounts & General Resident Deputy Collector
13 National Informatics Centre District Informatics Officer
14 Disaster Management Cell / Controll Room District Disaster Management Officer
15 Sub Divisional Office Sub Divisional Officer
16 Tahsil Office Tahsildar

Duties of Officers of Various Sections at Collectorate

Resident Deputy Collector

RDC looks after the work of Home Branch, Establishment, Revenue Branch, General & Accounts Branch, Minor Mining, Revenue Branch, Sanjay Gandhi section. The duties carried out at each section are as follow;

Home, Establishment & General Branch
  • General Administration and Establishment matters of staff (group A to D).
  • District Selection Board Correspondence
  • Departmental Enquiry
  • Magisterial matters
  • Issue of Licenses under the Arm Act. and Eviction Act.
  • Child Labour, Bonded Labour Acts. and Minimum wages Act.
  • Prevention of Atrocities on Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and Other Weaker sections of the Society.
  • Matters relating to Prohibition and Excise
  • Natural Calamities, Relief and Rehabilitation, Scarcity, Drought.
  • Crop estimate survey and Agriculture Production Programme
  • Recovery of Government Dues.
  • Jamabandi
  • Redressal of Complaints, Protocol and tours of V.V.I.P.’s and National Programme.
  • Stamps Act and Registration Act.
  • All matters of freedom fighters and Zilla Sainik Board.
  • Budget and internal audit.
  • Minor Minerals
  • Grant of permission for felling of trees under Maharashtra Felling of Trees Act.
  • Allotment of Government Quarters.
  • MPSC/PMT/SSC Boards Examination Conduction
  • General Coordination Meeting.
  • Issue of Nationality Certificate
  • Matters relating to Prohibition and Excise
Entertainment Branch
  • Entertainment Duties and related matters.
  • Permissions for Starting Video Centres.
  • Permissions for entertainments for Ganesh Utsav, Durga, Dashera Festivals.
  • Matters relating to Prohibition and Excise

The Statement for Entertainment Tax collected during the last 3 years

Sr No During the Year Target in Lacs Achievement % of Achievement Tax Free In Rs
1 2015-2016 120.00 96.51 80.42%
2 2016-2017 100.00 91.36 91.36%
3 2017-2018 27.86
SGY Section
  • Implementation of Sanjay Gandhi Niradhar Yojna, National Social Assistance Programmes.

The no. of beneficiaries for the SGY Scheme which are being implemented by SGY Section are given below.

Sr No Sponsored By Name of Scheme Physical Target for the Year 2017-2018 Funds Received for Year 2017-2018 Up to 31.3.2018 (in Lacs) Funds Distributed for Year 2017-2018 Upto 31.3.2018 (in Lacs ) Achievement during the Year 2017-2018 (Beneficiaries ) % of Expenditure (in Lacs)
1 Govt. Of India National Old Age Pension Scheme 0 729.69 788.37 33748 108.04
National Family Benefit Scheme 0 123.40 112.40 562 91.09
National widow Pension Scheme 0 100.17 63.15 2489 63.04
National Handicap Pension Scheme 0 36.40 9.40 387 25.81
2 Govt. Of Maharashtra Sanjay Gandhi Niradhar Yojna 0 1415.99 1418.18 19494 100.15
Shrawan Bal Sewa Yojna 0 3407.29 3184.42 57649 93.46
Total 0 5812.94 5575.91 114329 95.92

Deputy Collector (E.G.S.)

The duties assigned to the Dy. Collector (EGS) are as follows;

  • Implementation of Employment Guarantee Scheme, Rural Landless Employment Guarantee Programme
  • Implementation of Jawahar Rojgar Yojna, Jawahar Vihir, Employment Assurance Schemes and other Employment Programmes.
  • Implementation of Special Schemes of Construction of Wells.
  • Agriculture Production Programmes.

District Resettlement Officer

The works assigned to the Dist. Resettlement Officer are as follows;

  • Rehabilitation of Project Affected Persons.
  • Land Records Survey and Jamabandi.
  • Land Reforms like Ceiling Act, Tenancy Act, Restoration of Land to Tribals Act.
  • Management of Lands falling in the Rural Area.
  • Regularisation of Encroachments for agriculture Purpose.
  • Zudpi Jungle Matters
  • Implementation of the Provisions of Court of Wards Act.
  • Industrial Development . Matters related to District industries Centre.
  • Land Matters – Grant of Land for Institutions and Land Reforms.
  • A. Permissions in the area of “A” Class Municipalities.
  • Waqf Board Act.

Deputy District Election Officer

The duties assigned to the Dy.District Election Officer are as follow;

  • Matters related to General Elections. (Parliament and State Legislatives )
  • Conducting Elections for Zilla Parishad, Panchayat Samiti, Gram Panchayat, Co-operative Society etc.
  • Preparation of Electoral rolls of Graduate Teacher’s Constituency.
  • Elections to the Agriculture Produce Market Committees.
  • Matters related to Specified Co-operative Society.
Legislative Assembly Constituencies in the District

The district has 3 Legislative Assembly constituencies. The total no. of male, female votes and no. of polling stations created Assembly Constituency wise are given as follows (Qualifying date 1.1.2018);

Sr No Name of the Assembly Constituency Male Voters Female Voters Total no. Of Voters No. of Polling Stations
1 67-Armori 122534 118605 241139 290
2 68-Gadchiroli 143888 137136 281024 328
3 69-Aheri 116228 112039 228267 286
Total 382650 367780 750430 904

Special Land Acquisition Officer

  • Gaothan Extension Programme
  • Acquisition and Requisition of Lands for the schemes of providing land for Gharkuls thereon for houseless landless persons from rural area.
  • Land Acquisition for other Departments.
  • Management of Lands falling in the limits of C class Municipalities.
  • Regularization of encroachments for housing purposes (Urban & Rural).
  • Municipal Administration
  • Local Fund, Swarn Jayanti Shahari Rojgar Yojna.
  • Water Supply and Sanitation.
  • Rent Control Act and matters related to Co-operative Societies other than election.

District Planning Officer

  • Preparation of District Annual Plan, Special Action Plan
  • Implementation of 20 point Programme.
  • MPLAD and MLA Local Area Development.
  • Taluka Co-ordination and Review Committees.
  • DLCC, Loans under various schemes and co-ordination with DRDA.

The Statement for the Outlays Provided for the Schemes in the District Annual Plan Year 2018-19 is given below;
(Approved Outlay in lakhs)

Sr
No
Name of Scheme General TSP OTSP SCP Total
1 Agriculture Allied Services 2718.238 2498.59 85.89 381.36 5684.078
2 Rural Development 314.94 1068.46 0.00 794.82 2178.220
3 Irrigation & Flood Control 471.589 750.00 0.00 0.00 1221.589
4 Energy 745.00 800.00 51.00 282.50 1878.50
5 Industries & Mineral 158.00 2.50 0.00 19.50 180.00
6 Transport & Communications 2050.00 2170.00 0.00 0.00 4220.00
7 General Services 1394.959 0.00 0.00 0.00 1394.959
8 General Economic Services 588.981 0.00 0.00 0.00 588.981
9 Social & Community Services 8420.093 15735.87 209.47 1741.25 26106.683
10 Innovation schemes and Data Entry and Innovation council 897.55 470.00 0.00 99.57 1467.12
11 Jalyukt shivar and CM gramin sadak yojana 4492.65 0.00 0.00 0.00 4492.65
Total 22252.00 23495.42 346.36 3319.00 49412.78

District Supply Officer

The objectives of DSO is to provide essential commodities to the public in the reasonable rate. He is also responsible for the supply of Kerosene and Petrol in the district. DSO monitor and controls Public Distribution System (PDS). The followings are the jobs assigned to the DSO at the Collectorate.

  • Food and Civil Supplies and related matters.
  • Family Planning Programmes and Health Programmes.
  • Implementation of Navsanjeevani Yojna.
  • Implementation of Targeted Public Distribution System.

The following table shows the information on taluka wise no. of Fair Price Shop and Ration Card holders exist in the district (as on 31.03.2018).

Sr No Taluka Name Total FPS sanctioned FPS Run By SHG Antyoday (Yellow) BPL (Yellow) APL (Orange) Preferred beneficiary family White
1 Gadchiroli 108 17 8881 5203 1351 9775 356
2 Dhanora 126 32 9649 1457 396 3651 390
3 Chamorshi 198 40 11506 9790 4654 14358 757
4 Mulchera 65 18 4467 1666 1583 2029 340
5 Wadsa 64 8 4429 3073 2934 6451 1511
6 Armori 95 16 5798 6059 3856 7252 1021
7 Kurkheda 98 20 10034 1247 1927 4552 820
8 Korchi 56 18 4091 781 1506 2005 209
9 Aheri 118 17 10909 4116 2756 4427 983
10 Sironcha 104 26 7891 3333 4654 1939 279
11 Etapalli 114 34 9895 873 1395 2021 236
12 Bhamragad 49 19 4823 0 871 1384 31
Total 1195 265 92373 37598 27883 59844 6933

Note – Yellow card holders includes BPL and Antyoday Holders

District Mining Officer

  • Minor minerals and related matters
  • Permits for mineral quarry.

The revenue collected during the last three years by the Mining Dept. is given below

Sr No During Year Target in Lacs Achievement In Lacs Percentage Of Achievement
1 2015-2016 2000.00 1971.11 98.56%
2 2016-2017 3000.00 4818.37 146.01%
3 2017-2018 4500.00 5321.88 118.26%
Major Minerals in the District

The important deposits occurring in the district are Iron Ore, Limestone, Diamond. These mineral deposits are of economic interest and help in strenghtening the industrial base of the district.

Mainly, the Iron Ore deposits are found in Surjagad and Bhamragad areas of the district. Limestone deposits are in Devalmali and Katepalli areas while Diamond are observed in Wairagad of the district.

List of Ex-Collectors of Gadchiroli District

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