Departments

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Collector Office

A District Collector, often abbreviated to Collector, is the foremost Indian Administrative Service officer in charge of revenue collection and administration of a district in India.

Since District Collectors also have executive magisterial powers, this post is also referred to as the District Magistrate and as they work under the supervision of a Divisional Commissioner, this post is also known as Deputy Commissioner . The Collector is assisted by Deputy Collectors, Assistant Collectors, Sub Collectors and individual tahsildars of each taluk in the district.

Police Department

Chandrapur Police shall ensure the Rule of Law, enforce the law of the land impartially and firmly without fear or favour, and strive to create a fear free environment that is conducive to growth and development.

Chandrapur Police will remain committed to maintaining public order, preventing and detecting crime, maintaining and promoting communal harmony, ensuring a smooth flow of traffic, and taking strong action against terrorism, organized crime, anti-social / illicit activities / elements.

We will serve and protect all, particularly the downtrodden, the weak, women, minorities, senior citizen's, slums dwellers, the poor & other marginalized sections of society. Prompt & compassionate response to every call of citizen's in distress.

We will keep our personal integrity high, work as a team to make the force corruption-free, bring in transparency in our functioning, strive continuously to raise the professional skills and work for the welfare of our force.

Making Chandrapur a safer and better place to live is our mission and we will work for this in partnership with the community.

Health Department

In India, public hospitals (called Government Hospitals) provide health care free at the point of use for any Indian citizen. These are usually individual state funded. However, hospitals funded by the central (federal) government also exist.

State hospitals are run by the state (local) government and may be dispensaries, peripheral health centers, rural hospital, district hospitals or medical college hospitals etc.

Agriculture Department

The Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE) coordinates and promotes agricultural research & education in the country.

DARE provides the necessary government linkages for the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), the premier research organisation for co-ordinating, guiding and managing research and education in agriculture including horticulture, fisheries and animal sciences in the entire country. With 100 ICAR institutes and 71 agricultural universities spread across the country this is one of the largest national agricultural research systems in the world.

Charity Work Department

A charitable organization is a type of non-profit organization (NPO). It differs from other types of NPOs in that it centers on philanthropic goals as well as social well-being (e.g. charitable, educational, religious, or other activities serving the public interest or common good).

Forest Department

Maharashtra Forest Department, being custodian of the State’s rich and diverse bio-diversity Wild-life focused eco-tourism management hinges on sustainability.

Production-be it timber or non-timber forest produce is managed with sustainability at its core. Joint Forestry Management to secure natural resources as well as livelihood security remains the major people-centric activity.

Deputy District Registrar Department

The District Registrar has powers of supervision over the entire district registration staff. The sub-registrars are appointed by the Inspector General of Registration, but the District Registrar has powers to make appointments of sub-registrars in temporary vacancies. The Sub-Registry and District Registry karkuns and peons are appointed by the District Registrar himself.

The District Registrar carries out the instructions of the Inspector General in departmental matters, and if he has any suggestions for the improvement of the registration system, he submits them to the Inspector General. The District Registrar solves the difficulties encountered by sub-registrars in the course of their day to day work.

District Business Education Department

The Business Education Department Educate all high school students in order to develop business, economic and computer literacy.

Provide opportunities for non-business students to acquire business knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function effectively in their careers. Provide occupational preparation for students entering the work force once completing high school or after further education.

Provide courses that are recognized as appropriate electives for college-bound students and provide advanced placement opportunities that are accepted by universities and technical colleges.

Provide a continuous program of planned learning experiences designed to help students effectively make intelligent and ethical decisions to fulfill their roles as a citizen, worker, and consumer.

District Industries

The "District Industries Centre" (DICs) programme was started by the central government in 1978 with the objective of providing a focal point for promoting small, tiny, cottage and village industries in a particular area and to make available to them all necessary services and facilities at one place.

The finances for setting up DICs in a state are contributed equally by the particular state government and the central government. To facilitate the process of small enterprise development, DICs have been entrusted with most of the administrative and financial powers. For purpose of allotment of land, work sheds, raw materials etc.

District Information Department

The Department of Information and Public Relations which is popularly known as JANASANYOG has been working as the mouthpiece of the Government to reach to the people and to inform the Government regarding the public opinion.

Actually, it has been the catalyst agent in regards to decimating the official news such as press releases, messages, news with close focusing on day to day happenings, developments taking place, policies and programmes of the Government. In one word, the Department is the linkage between the Government machinery and the people.

District Library Department

A public library is a library that is accessible by the general public and is generally funded from public sources, such as taxes. It is operated by librarians and library paraprofessionals, who are also civil servants.

There are five fundamental characteristics shared by public libraries. The first is that they are generally supported by taxes (usually local, though any level of government can and may contribute); they are governed by a board to serve the public interest; they are open to all, and every community member can access the collection; they are entirely voluntary in that no one is ever forced to use the services provided; and they provide basic services without charge

District Rural Development Agency

Housing is one of the basic requirement for human survival. For a shelterless person, possession of a house brings about a profound change in his existence, endowing him with an identity, thus integrating him with his immediate social milieu. With a view to meeting the housing needs of the rural poor

District Sainik Welfare Department

The activities of the Department include formulation of schemes for re-orientation training and rehabilitation of ex-servicemen. The department maintains close liaison with all Government Offices, private and public Enterprises, Banks and all prospective employers who are in a position to help ex-servicemen in their re-settlement.

The Department regularly organises various forms of orientation training and welfare measures to help this section of society who faces many hardships due to their long period of absence from their native State for the service.

District Statistical Department

The District Statistical office has the responsibility of accumulation and co-ordination of all statistical information in the district level.

The collection of data which is included in the statistical information is recorded with the help of various other major departments like Agriculture, Price Statistics, etc.

A District Statistical Officer’s job is to manage all these duties. He/She has to collect, assemble and publish the statistical information that is related to the economy of the concerned district. Based on this information many planning and development projects are undertaken in the District level.

District Women and Child Development

The Department of Women and Child Development, Government of India, came into existence as a separate Ministry with effect from 30th January, 2006, earlier since 1985 it was a Department under the Ministry of Human Resources Development.

The Ministry was constituted with the prime intention of addressing gaps in State action for women and children for promoting inter-Ministerial and inter-sectoral convergence to create gender equitable and child-centred legislation, policies and programmes.

Dairy Development Department

Dairy as business is complimentary to agriculture business. Govt. is committed to distribute milk produced in rural area in various cities . For this purpose Govt. has developed infrastructure for procurement, transport, process, packaging and distribution of milk.

A chain is formed from village level to Govt. milk processing dairy. This chain includes Primary Milk Co-op. societies at village level, Milk Sangh at Taluka and District level which supply milk to Govt. Dairy.

Public Works Department

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has introduced scheme for strengthening Public Transport System in the Country in 2010. The objective of this scheme is to provide financial assistance for use of latest technologies and for preparation of total mobility plan for the States.

Industrial safety and health

The history of Factories Act is more than 100 years old. First time the Indian Factories Act was enacted in 1881.After independence, "The Factories Act, 1948" was made applicable in the country mainly to regulate health, safety, welfare and working conditions of Industrial workers.

It has been amended from time to time, but the major amendments were enacted in 1976 and in 1987, wherein emphasis has been laid on safety in general and chemical safety in particular. To strengthen safety in chemical factories

Irrigation Department

Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority (MWRRA) is a Government of Maharashtra initiative. Administrative and legal reforms which constitute broadly what is known as the Water Sector Reforms.

The institute is responsible for regulation, allocation, management and utilisation of limited water resources in state. The MWRRA authorised to control and set water tariffs. All water regulation projects are abide to have clearance from MWRRA. This projects could be from Irrigation, Industrial users and Urban & Rural domestic consumers.

Revenue Department

The Department of Revenue is responsible for all matters dealing with Direct andIndirect Union Taxes through two statutory Boards namely, the Central Board of DirectTaxes (CBDT) and the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC).

The Government of Maharashtra agreed in 1 st of 1962 the Zilla Parishad and Panchayat Samiti Act of 1961, and at the district level, the district council, the Panchayat committee at the group level and the village panchayat at the village level, thus established the Panchayat Raj.

Zilla Parishad

Matters relatingto the levy and collection of all Direct taxes are looked after by the CBDT whereasthose relating to levy and collection of Customs duty, Central Excise, Service Tax and other Indirect taxes fall within the purview of the CBEC.

Today, under the Chandrapur Zilla Parishad, 15 Panchayat Samitis and 847 Gram Panchayats are working for the development of rural areas. Chandrapur Zilla Parishad has always been ahead in any new government scheme, campaign, campaign