Information Related to Collectorate, Bhadrak:-
Bhadrak District is an administrative District in northern Odisha, with its headquarters at Bhadrak, which is also the most important city of the District. It is a relatively new District, having being born in 1993. The District consists of 1370 Villages,1302 No of Inhabited Villages ,218 Gram Panchayats, 7 Tahasils, 2 Notified Area Council or NAC, 2 Municipality and 17 Police Stations. Bhadrak District comes under the administrative control of Central Revenue Division. DIG of Police, Eastern Range, Balasore is the law and order controlling authority of this District.
The aim and objective of the Development Section is monitoring and persuing all the developmental works of the district either directly or indirectly through the Line Department. As the overall performance of the district is the performance of the Collector and District Magistrate. The Development Section to review, monitor and expenditure of overall targeted work and achievement of various line department of the Government. It also reviews the target given to various line Dept. from the Planning and Coordination Deptt. It also deals directly with Junior Engineer’s and Progressive Assistant’s Establishment. The recruitment, posting, transfer, pension, departmental proceeding of Junior Engineer and Progressive Asst. are dealt here. The various scheme like “Kutirjyoti” , “Recruitment Rally” and matter like miscellaneous correspondence on education, single window monitoring system, repair of residential and non-residential building, I/R & A/R send by A.G. and Local Fund Audit Officers are perused here. Various meeting like Citizen Committee, Cooperatives, DLLC are all either monitored or dealt here. Visit of higher officer, committees and meeting are dealt here. No direct funds for implementation of various developmental programs are received.
Maintenance and adjustment of administrative set up. Recruitment and disciplinary measures (Quasi-Judicial-Access to information is limited in the interest of Administration). All types of personal monetary claims and salary of staff.
District Nizarat Section:
Smooth cash transaction of the District Office. Proper maintenance of Circuit House. Arrangement and smooth accommodation of the V.I.Ps and State Guests. Stock & Store of the articles of the office. Provision of forms & stationery and salable village maps.
General & Misc. Section:
To assist the District Collector in District Administration.
District Touzi Section:
The District Touzi Section is one of the wing of Collectorate, Bhadrak, its aims is to watch the performances of the Tahasildars in collection of revenues.
The Scheme boundary change proceedings (B.C.P. Cell) started as per Order No.4723/ LR&S dt.12.05.1997 Board of Revenue Odisha, Cuttack. Its main aim is to bifurcate the hamlet villages from the original revenue villages an accordance with instruction of Revenue Deptt. In letter No.39114/R. dt.01.09.1994 and Guidelines of Board of Revenue, Odisha, Cuttack vide letter o.15706/ LR&S dt.16.12.1994.
District Record Room:
The Settlement Operation are being held from time to time and after completion of their operation all the documents and records are to be preserved in a separate section. Besides this there are 23nos. of Sections are functioning in Collectorate, Bhadrak. After completion of two years, the files, register and disposed off revenue Case records have been consigned by them are to be stored in a Section which called District Record Room.
The Judicial Section deals with maintenance of Law and Order, appointment of law officers to defend in the cases on behalf of the State, Grant of Arm/ Explosive licenses to the needy and feasible persons, grant of Cinema/ Video Licenses, permissions to show opera/ circus etc.
The Revenue Section is one of the Wings of the Collectorate, Bhadrak headed by the Chief Revenue Authority (Collector & A.D.M, BBhadrak) being assist by one Officer-in-charge. The aim of this Section is safeguard the Government land, proper utilization of Govt. land protection security to the landed properties belongs to SC/ST people and provides the land to home stead less and landless person as per the provisions of the OGLS Act, 1962, OPLE Act 1972 and OGLS Rules, 1983 as well as OLR Act 1960 through the Tahasildars/Sub-Collectors under the supervision of Chief Revenue authority of the District. The objects of this Section is all the illegible landless family as per the provisions OGLS Act should be provided with the Govt. land for house site and agricultural purpose.