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1 District Disaster Management and Response Plan ( ) Name of the District: GOALPARA (ASSAM) Telephone: / Fax : Office of the Deputy Commissioner Disaster Management Cell Goalpara Tel: :1077 (

2 Foreword The District Disaster Preparedness and Response Plan, includes the facts and figures that have been collected from various departmental and informal sources with a view to meet the challenges during any Natural Disaster. Collection and classification of data are to be updated twice in May and November every year. The plan has been prepared with the following viewpoints. 1. Contingency Plan in a continuous process. 2. During relief measures social auditing ensures transparency. 3. Involvement of women and PRIs is a must in the entire process. the plan. All are cordially invited for their kind suggestion to be incorporated in (Utpalananda Sarma, IAS) Deputy Commissioner Goalpara 2

3 Index CHAPTER TOPIC PAGE PLEDGE FOR DISASTER PREPAREDNESS CHAPTER-1 MULTI- HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 5 CHAPTER-2 UNATURAL DISASTERS IN ASSAM: A BRIEF 8 RETROSPECTION AND CURRENT VULNERABILITY. CHAPTER-3 GOALPARA DISTRICT COMMITTEE AND TEAMS 11 CHAPTER-4 MASTER PLAN Disaster Response 15 CHAPTER-5 RISK / HAZARD ANALYSIS 61 CHAPTER-6 VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS 62 CHAPTER-7 INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM: (Early Warning & Dissemination) 63 CHAPTER-8 CONTINGENCY PLANS 79 CHAPTER-9 CHECKLIST FOR EFFECTIVE DISASTER MANAGEMENT: (DISTRICT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTRE, DEOC) 87 3

4 PLEDGE FOR DISASTER PREPAREDNESS I solemnly pledge That I shall do everything that is in my power to prevent needless loss to life and property in the wake of calamities and disaster of any kind. That I shall, to the best of my ability assist Government and Civil Society Organizations. In their efforts to prepare individuals and communities to face the fury of nature. To mitigate the damage caused in its wake and In extending rescue, relief and rehabilitation to the victims. That I shall dedicate myself to the task of creating awareness amongst people. Of the need to be alert to the potential threats in the environment To act with a sense of responsibility to the community at large in dealing with disasters. And thus to protect mankind from dangers of its own actions and inaction. That I shall sincerely perform my duty to equip people to face disasters effectively. So that the destruction caused by them is minimized and the process of recovery is expedited. 4

5 Chapter - I MULTI- HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 1.1 DISASTER MANAGEMENT - Why Is It? Natural disaster is a part of our own earth so we can neither avoid it nor is it possible to prevent natural disaster altogether. But it s effects can be reduced through systematic approach by Disaster Management initiatives. It can be an effective tool for saving valuable human lives and mitigation of human misery. 1.2 INTRODUCTION Concepts of Disaster Management Disaster Management: The word Disaster is from a French word Desastre meaning bad or evil star. However this is a very narrow conception of disaster and in our context, any disaster means a situation in which there is a sudden disruption of normalcy within society causing widespread damage to life and property. Typology of disaster- A disaster can be either natural [rain, flood, cyclone, storm, land slides, earthquake, volcanoes] or man made [war including biological, arson, sabotage, riots, accident (train, air, ship), industrial accidents, fires (forest fires), bomb explosions, nuclear explosions and ecological disasters]. The discussion here is confined to the natural disasters. Pre-Independence, droughts and famines were the biggest killers in India. The situation has changed due to a combination of factors like irrigation development, food security measures. Floods, cyclones, droughts, landslides, avalanches and earthquakes are some of the major natural disasters that repeatedly and increasingly affect the country. Vulnerability- Vulnerability is defined as the extent to which a community, structure, service, or geographic area is likely to be damaged or disrupted by the impact of particular hazard, on account of their nature, construction and proximity to hazardous terrain or a disaster prone area. In 1989, the General Assembly of the United Nations proclaimed the decade as the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction (IDNDR). At the World Conference on Natural Disaster Reduction in the city of Yokohama, Japan in 1994, deep concern was expressed at the continuing human suffering and disruption of development due to natural disasters and a Yokohama Strategy and Plan of Action for a Safe World was developed. It is not possible to do away with the devastation due to natural hazards completely. However, destruction from natural hazards can be minimized by the presence of well-functioning warning systems, combined with preparedness on the part of the vulnerable community. Disaster management may be seen as a part of good governance. Basic Concepts of Emergency Management- The basic concept suggests that the same management strategies can be applied to all emergencies. Emergencies do not just appear one day, rather they exist throughout time and have a life-cycle of occurrence, and hence the management strategy should match the phases of an emergency in order to mitigate, prepare, respond and recover from its effect. There are four phases in Emergency Management: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery. The four phases are visualized as having a circular 5

6 relationship to each other (Emergency Management Cycle). The activities in one phase may overlap those in the previous one. 1.3 Emergency Management Cycle: Mitigation refers to activities which actually eliminate or reduce the vulnerability or chance of occurrence or the effects of a disaster. Mitigation phase begins with conducting hazard identification and vulnerability analysis which are essential to the planning of all other phases. Hazard identification and vulnerability analysis is a twostep process. First the hazard is identified which has the potential of affecting the population. Secondly, how people, property and structures will be affected by the disastrous event. Preparedness is a state of being ready to react promptly and effectively in the event of an emergency. Being prepared means that a plan of action exists for an emergency so that it is clear as to what to do before the emergency occurs. Preparedness measures to be undertaken depends upon the analysis of hazard severity and vulnerability, which is also the basis for deciding mitigation strategy. In some cases, such as a flood or hurricane, an early warning gives several hours to R I S K M A N A G E M E N T Mitigation Preparedness Prevention Disaster Management Cycle Disaster Impact Development Response Rehabilitation Reconstruction act. However, often no prior warning of an impending emergency, such as with earthquakes, tornadoes, explosions, or major fires is possible. Preparedness for any emergency, especially those, which strike without notice, requires a plan. It is essential to identify the resources available, and ways to utilize them. It must also be reasonably certain that the plan will work in an emergency situation. Preparedness Plan - The purpose of a plan is to provide a systematic way of responding to an emergency situation. The following aspects should be taken into consideration in the development of Emergency Preparedness Plan. 1.4 Objective Of The Disaster Managemnent Plan: The district is very vulnerable to natural disasters- mainly exposed to heavy floods and erosion and secondly earthquake is also a probable threat. Here it may be mentioned that the district experienced a terrible earthquake in 1897, due to which the town was at once submerged in water. C R I S I S M A N A G E M E N T 6

7 The broad objectives of the multi-hazard disaster management plan may be summarized as: 1. National capacity building support to the Ministry of Home Affairs. 2. Environment building, education, awareness programmes and strengthening the capacity at all levels in natural disaster risk management and sustainable recovery. 3. Multi-hazard preparedness, response and mitigation plans for the programme at state, district, block, gram panchayat and village/ward levels. 4. Networking knowledge on effective approaches, methods and tools for natural disaster risk management, developing and promoting policy frameworks. 1.5 Disasters and its Challenges: Along with perennial floods, earthquakes pose a possible threat, particularly due to the fact that it s time, location and magnitude cannot be accurately predicted. Moreover, the entire North-Eastern Region of India is located in a seismically active zone. The region has be witness to several violent earthquakes in the past. Challenges created by disasters particularly by the natural disasters such as floods, cyclones and high-intensity earthquakes are; To rescue and evacuate trapped people To provide first aid to the injured To take care of children, women and disabled people To transfer the seriously injured and people needing urgent medical attention to hospitals To restore communication network and essential services To clear debris blocking roads and communication networks To provide shelter and relief to homeless people To arrange for food and drinking water to the affected people To take immediate measure for disposal of dead bodies and animal carcass to prevent the outbreak of epidemics To take urgent measures for maintaining law and order To take people to safer places in case of change of course of river due to floods It is a fact that natural disasters can be avoided and prevented, but only by our sincere efforts we can mitigate it through advance preparedness. Preparedness means Development, Rehabilitation, Restoration on one side and Mitigation, Rescue, Relief on the other side. 7

8 CHAPTER 2 NATURAL DISASTERS IN ASSAM: A BRIEF RETROSPECTION AND CURRENT VULNERABILITY. The North Eastern region of India comprising of eight states, namely Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim is bordered by the countries of Bhutan, China, Bangladesh and Myanmar. The entire region is one of the most multi-hazard prone regions in the Asian continent, with different areas being prone to different hazards like earthquakes, floods, landslides and cyclonic storms etc. The rivers Brahmaputra and Barak drain the region. The Brahmaputra river has a catchment area of 5,80,000 Sq-km in Tibet, Bhutan, India and Bangladesh and in terms of discharge is the third largest river in the world, in terms of sediment load it is second after the yellow river of China. The river flows for a length of 918 Km in India of which, 720 Km flows through the plains of Assam. In this valley, about 20 major tributaries on its North bank and about 13 on its South Bank join the river Brahmaputra. The precipitation here is mainly due to the South-West monsoon. Heavy rainfall occurs from June to September. Average annual rainfall in the region is very high and ranges from 1750mm in the plains to about 6400 mm in the hills, this huge volume of water rushes through the narrow bowl shaped valley of Assam to the Bay of Bengal ravaging the area through floods and land erosion. The recurring floods on an average devastate about 20% of the total area of the plain districts of the state of Assam and in the high floods years the devastation has been recorded to be as high as 67 %. The region lies at the junction of the Himalayan arc to the north and the Burmese arc to the east and is one of the six most seismically active regions of the world. The entire region falls in Zone V, the most vulnerable seismic zone. Twelve major earthquakes have occurred in the region in the last 100 years of which the devastating earthquakes of 1897 in the Shillong plateau and in 1950 in Upper Assam have been recorded as two of the largest earthquakes in the country. Under the Seismic-Gap theory for prediction of earthquakes it is forecasted that the region is likely to witness a major earthquake in the very near future. The monsoon in the region normally commences around the months of April and May and is active till the end of October. The pre-monsoon period is often marked by severe cyclonic storms and hailstorms. The annual cyclonic depressions in the Bay of Bengal along the coast of Bangladesh cause severe storms to hit the bordering states of Meghalaya and Tripura. Considerable variation in the precipitation during a particular month /period at a given place has also been observed, and this variation results in drought like conditions in many parts of the region. Continued deforestation and demand for more and more agricultural land has also lead to destabilization of hill slopes in many states, which during the monsoons come down as landslides. Unscientific mining in the states have also rendered many a hillside vulnerable to cave-ins and landslides. Experiences of the earlier earthquakes in the region have led people here to construct flexible and sufficiently earthquake proof houses popularly known as "Assam Type" (Nandi, 1999). The scenario has changed now and these houses have paved the way for multistory masonry buildings particularly in the capital towns of all the seven states of the region. If the present trend of construction and population growth 8

9 continues, the earthquake of magnitude > 7.5 will bring enormous damage to property and great loss of lives. In this context it is therefore important for the administrative agencies to reflect and plan for strict enforcement of proper building codes and appropriate land use policy in the region. The vulnerability to natural disasters combined with socio-economic vulnerability of the people living in these states poses a great challenge for the government machinery and underscores the need for a comprehensive plan for disaster preparedness and mitigation. Training and capacity building of the officials dealing with emergency situations would be an important instrument of disaster reduction and recovery. The vulnerability to natural disasters combined with socio-economic vulnerability of the people living in the different states, pose a great challenge for the government machinery and underscores the need for a comprehensive plan for disaster preparedness and mitigation. The Government of India since the last decade has been actively supporting programs for reduction of vulnerabilities and risks. UNDP has been a partner of the Government of India in such efforts. Vulnerability reduction and linking with sustainable development efforts has been one of the key approaches of UNDP. Strengthening capacities for disaster risk reduction and sustainable recovery process across the country and bringing together skills and resources for making communities disaster resistant is one of the first steps taken in the long term for achieving reduction in loss of lives and protecting the development gains. Great Assam Floods in 2004: Incessant rains since the last week of June, 2004 through out the State of Assam and adjoining states of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Bhutan had resulted in floods in the river Brahmaputra and its tributaries as well as Barak and its tributaries. One characteristic of this flood was the sudden rise in water levels due to release of water from dams, reservoirs and artificial lakes within and outside the country. It is for the first time in history perhaps that floods have sustained in one wave for such a long time and have affected all the districts of the State. At certain stations, the current deluge had surpassed the recorded highest levels. The sustained water level of the Brahmaputra and Barak rivers above the danger levels for an unprecedented length of time, the number of casualties incurred, the number of relief camps being opened, along with the mammoth number of inmates who were being managed by the District Administration, and the very fact that all twenty seven districts were affected are all indicators of the enormity of the disaster. In the rescue phase, the State machinery, Army, Air force, the paramilitary forces and special Disaster Management teams of the CISF worked day and night to mitigate the sufferings of the people in distress. The Government machinery and the society both faced the crisis courageously. In the road ahead, the apprehension of incidence of waterborne diseases like diarrhoea and dysentery, mosquito generated diseases like malaria and encephalitis as also fever in a 9

10 large scale couldnot be ruled out but all possible steps had been taken by the government machinery to prevent such occurrences. Major Earthquakes in Assam: Major Earthquake in Assam since 1984 Causes of major Disasters: (Experienced in the District) Natural Disasters Man Made disasters Seasonal Floods Chemical Hazards Flashfloods & Rockslip Accidental Food Poisoning Cyclone Fire - House / Forest Earthquake Bandh call by Extremist Groups Landslide Accident - Road/ Railway Drought Bandh call by Political/Social Groups Hail Storm/ Whirl wind Transport Strike (Chakka bandh) Riverbank Erosion Arsenic poisoning 10

11 CHAPTER 3 GOALPARA DISTRICT COMMITTEE AND TEAMS Formulation and Preparation of the Plan: The District Disaster Management Committee (DDMC), which is the advisory body prepares the plan with support from all relevant line department, members of PRI, Community based organizations, NGOs etc. The District Disaster Preparedness and Response Plan, includes the facts and figures that have been collected from various official and informal sources with a view to meeting the challenges during any Natural Disaster. Collection and classification of data are to be updated twice in May and November every year. The plan has been prepared with the following viewpoints. 1. Contingency Plan in a continuous process. 2. All are not equal in a crisis situation, giving emphasis on special vulnerable groups like economically weaker, sick and ailing, pregnant and lactating mother, old aged etc. 3. During relief measures social auditing ensures transparency. 4. Involvement of women and PRIs is a must in the entire process. 5. Mitigation Plan reflecting need based approaches from the grassroots level. 6. Well defined Preparedness and Response Plan for the entire district. All are cordially invited for their kind suggestion to be incorporated in the plan. 1.6 District Disaster Management Committee (DDMC), Goalpara: Sl. No Name and Address Sri Utpalananda Sarma, IAS Deputy Commissioner, Goalpara Sri Dewan Ali Miah, ACS Additional Deputy Comissioner (Relief), Goalpara Rahul Das, Election Officer, Goalpara Rajiv Dutta Choudhary, DPO, DRMP, Goalpara Designation Chairman Secretary/ Nodal Officer In Charge, DM Cell Member Secretary 5 Executive Engineer, E&D, Goalpara Member 6 Dy Director, Economics & Statistics, Goalpara Member 7 Executive Enginee PWD (R), Goalpara Member 8 District Social Welfare Officer, Goalpara Member 9 Supdt, ASTC, Goalpara Member 10 District Vetinary Officer, Goalpara Member 11 SDM & Health Officer, Goalpara Member 12 Executive Enginee Sub-Division(Irri), Goalpara Member 13 Dy Director Town & Country Planning Officer, Glp Member 14 Principal Goalpara College, Goalpara Member 15 DFO(G), Goalpara Member 16 DFO(SF), Goalpara Member 17 SDE, Telephone, Goalpara Member Contact details 11

12 18 District Agricultural Officer, Goalpara Member 19 District Register & Co-Opertive Society, Goalpara Member 20 Execuive Engineer, PHE, Goalpara Member 21 Superintendent of police, Goalpara Member 22 Executive Eingineer, PWD, Goalpara Member 23 Executive Engineer, DRDA, Goalpara Member 24 DIPRO, Goalpara Member 25 District Elementary Education Officer, Goalpara Member 26 Executive Engineer, ASEB, Goalpara Member 27 DIO, NIC, Goalpara Member 28 Chairman Municiapal, Goalpara Member (Note: DDMC constituted Vide Office Order No:GRR 68/ /DRMP/40 Dtd ) 1.8 District Disaster Management Teams (DDMTs),Goalpara: Early Warning Team: Sl. Department / Designation No Agency 1 ADC (Relief), Goalpara Administration 2 SP, Goalpara Police 3 EE, E&D, Water Res Dept.,Goalpara Water Resouces 4 DIPRO, Goalpara DIPRO 5 SDO (Civil), Goalpara Sub-Division 6 EAC & Branch Officer, Relief Relief 7 Circle Officer, Rongjuli Revenue Circle Revenue 8 Circle Officer, Balijana Revenue Circle Revenue 9 Circle Officer Dudhnoi Revenue Circle Revenue 10 Circle Officer, Lakhipur Revenue Circle Revenue 11 Circle Officer, Matia Revenue Circle Revenue Search & Rescue Team: Sl. Department / Designation No Agency 1 SP, Goalpara Police 2 Station Officer, Goalpara Fire Station Fire 3 EE, PWD (Rural Roads), Goalpara PWD (RR) 4 EE, PWD (State Roads), Goalpara PWD (SR) 5 EE, PWD (Bldg), Goalpara PWD (Bldg) 6 AEE, PWD (Bldg), Goalpara Sub- Division PWD (Bldg) 7 Platoon Commander, Home Guards Civil Defence 8 Youth Coordinator, NYK NYK 12

13 1.8.3 First Aid Team: Sl. No Designation Department / Agency Medical 1 Jt. Director of Health Services, Goalpara 2 Medical & Relief Coordinator, Red Cross Red Cross 3 Platoon Commander, Home Guards Civil Defence 4 District Social Welfare Officer, Goalpara Social Welfare 5 District Veterinary Officer, Goalpara Veterinary Shelter ManagementTeam: Sl. Department / Designation No Agency 1 Project Director, DRDA Goalpara DRDA 2 ADC (Revenue), Goalpara Revenue 3 Additional SP, Goalpara Police 4 Circle Officer, Rongjuli Revenue Circle Revenue 5 Circle Officer, Balijana Revenue Circle Revenue 6 Circle Officer Dudhnoi Revenue Circle Revenue 7 Circle Officer, Lakhipur Revenue Circle Revenue 8 Circle Officer, Matia Revenue Circle Revenue 9 District Transport Officer, Barpeta Transport 10 Inspector of Schools, BDC Goalpara Schools 11 District Elementary Education Officer Schools 12 EE, PWD (Bldg), Goalpara PWD (Bldg) 13 EE, ASEB Goalpara Electricity 14 General Managaer, DIC Goalpara Industries 15 District Housing Officer, Goalpara Housing Water & Sanitation Team: Sl. Department / Designation No Agency 1 Project Director, DRDA Goalpara DRDA 2 EE, PHED, Goalpara Public Health 3 EE, Irrign., Goalpara Division Irrigation 4 EE, Irrign., Pahumara-Ruposi Division Irrigation 5 EE, Irrign., Pathsala Division Irrigation 6 Chairman, Goalpara MB Municipalty 7 Chairman, Lakhipur Town Committee Municipalty Relief & Coordination Team: Sl. Department / Designation No Agency 1 ADC (Relief), Goalpara Administration 2 SP, Goalpara Police 3 Branch Officer (Relief) Relief 13

14 4 Superintendent, Supply, Goalpara Supply 5 Circle Officer, Rongjuli Revenue Circle Revenue 6 Circle Officer, Balijana Revenue Circle Revenue 7 Circle Officer Dudhnoi Revenue Circle Revenue 8 Circle Officer, Lakhipur Revenue Circle Revenue 9 Circle Officer, Matia Revenue Circle Revenue Damage Assessment Team: Sl. Department / Designation No Agency 1 ADC (Relief), Goalpara Revenue 2 ADC (Revenue), Goalpara Revenue 3 Project Director, DRDA Goalpara Development 4 Branch Officer (Relief) Relief 5 Circle Officer, Rongjuli Revenue Circle Revenue 6 Circle Officer, Balijana Revenue Circle Revenue 7 Circle Officer Dudhnoi Revenue Circle Revenue 8 Circle Officer, Lakhipur Revenue Circle Revenue 9 Circle Officer, Matia Revenue Circle Revenue Trauma Counselling Team: Sl. No Designation Department / Agency Medical 1 Jt. Director of Health Services, Goalpara 2 Medical & Relief Coordinator, Red Cross Red Cross 3 District Social Welfare Officer, Goalpara Social Welfare Carcass Disposal Team: Sl. Department / Designation No Agency 1 SP, Goalpara Police / VDP 2 Chairman,Goalpara MB Municipalty 3 Chairman,Lakhipur TC Municipalty 4 District Veterinary Officer, Goalpara Veterinary 5 District Fishery Development Officer Fishery Patrolling Team: Sl. Department / Designation No Agency 1 SP, Goalpara Police / VDP 2 Chairman, Goalpara MB Municipalty 3 Chairman, Lakhipur TC Municipalty 4 Circle Officer, Rongjuli Revenue Circle Administration 5 Circle Officer, Balijana Revenue Circle Administration 6 Circle Officer Dudhnoi Revenue Circle Administration 7 Circle Officer, Lakhipur Revenue Circle Administration 8 Circle Officer, Matia Revenue Circle Administration 14

15 CHAPTER 4 MASTER PLAN (Disaster Response) (The Plan will be applicable in case of any type of disaster (natural and man-made) and also subject to modification by order of the Deputy Commissioner, Goalpara) 2006 RELIEF SCHEME GOALPARA DISTRCT 1. District Profile : The district of Goalpara is situated on the south bank of river Brahmaputra. The district covers an area of 1,831 square kilometers and is bounded by west and East Garo hills district of Maghalaya on the south and Kamrup district on the East, Dhubri district on the West and river Brahmaputra all along the North. The geographical location of the district is between latitude 25* 53 and 26*30 N and longitude 90*07 and 91*05 E. the topography of Goalpara district is generally characterized by cultivable plains except for few low forested hills. The main tributaries of Brahmaputra river flowing through the district are Dudhnoi,Krishnai, Jinjiram,Jinari and Deosila. The rivers are all perennial in nature. Natural lake such as Urpad 15

16 beel,hasila Beel,Kumuri Beel & Dhamar Risan Beel exist in the district and several other artificial ponds are also seen. There are a number of reserve and proposed reserve forests in the district. 2. The climate in the district is moderate during the winter and in summers it is hot. Rain makes its first appearance in the month of April with occasiona; and irregular light showers and at times heavy downpour followed by the cyclonic storm. The irregular rainfall continues up to the end of May. The rain occurs due to the influence of North- Eastern wind. Monsoon rain normally begins from early part of june and heavy or very heavy rains occur in the the district till the month of October. The maximum temperature is 33* C during July and August and the minimum temperature dips down to 7* C in the month of January. About 80 % rainfall is from South West monsoon. 3. The district is primarily agrarian as 90% of the population depends for their live hood on agriculture. The district is industrially backward and there are no exiting industries. It was a land locked district with poor transport and communication facilities till the opening of rail cum road bridge, the Naranarayan Setu,over the river Brahmaputra.It is also expected that the proposed Industrial Growth Centre at Matia (near Sainik School, Goalpara) will give a boost to the development of industries in the district. 4. As per 2001 census, the total population of the district is 8,22,306. The density of population is 451 persons per square km. The district is the home of large number of different communities. 5. Objective : The aims of this flood relief Master Plan is to lay down comprehensive guidelines for conduct of relief operations in Goalpara District and make preparations in advance to meet various contingencies that may arise. 16

17 2.WORST CASE /EARLIER EXPERIENCE An unprecedented devastating flash flood occurred on the night of 7 th Oct,2004 due to cloud burst at Balbala area under under Matia Circle and Dadan area under Lakhipur circle in the district of Goalpara. The havoc cast by that unprecedented incedent was so tremendous that with in a couple of hours on that fateful night,thousands of families rendered homeless, 182 persons were killed,13,221nos of cattle and other live stocks were lost. Further an area of Hectres of jute field 11, Hectres of paddy field and Hectres of other crops were completely deluged. There had been a situation of almost beyond control. Apart from the civil administration, the army, police & paramilitary forces had to be pressed in to service round the clock for rescue, relief and re sheltering operation. Prior to this hard breaking devastating incedent the District never experienced any other similar nature of incident. Various NGOs, agencies and voluntary organizations cameforward to render their help and assistance to the District Administration in combating with the situation. 3. WATER LEVEL Water level of the river Brahmaputra is maintained by Goalpara Water Resource Division with its gauge site near old circuit house, Goalpara. The informations are :- a) Highest water level = (on ) b) Danger level of the river Brahmaputra = Mtr. c) Maximum water level of the year Mtr Mtr Mtr Mtr.(upto ) 17

18 d) Rainfall in Goalpara district. in 6 (six) consecutive years from mm mm mm mm mm mm (up to ) e) Approximate average rain fall of Goalpara is mm 4. GENERAL BEHAVIOUR OF RIVERS/DRAINAGE INTO RIVER BRAHMAPUTRA :- The main tributaries, those fall into the river Brahmaputra under jurisdiction of Goalpara Water Resource Division are river Dudhnoi,Krishnai and Jinari. All the three rivers originate from Garo Hills in Maghalaya and flow in meandering courses. The rivers flow in a steep gradient for which they are flushy in nature. They also carry huge amount of silt load during the flood season every year and they are getting deposited in the plains of Assam. The river beds are gradually rising because of the fact for which bank erosion at different locations are going on. 5. ASSESSMENT OF REQUIREMENT FOR RESCUE -AVAILABILITY From the reports submitted by the Zonal officers, it reveled that 450 nos of Country boat and 350 nos of Engine boats are locally available whichcan be hired and placed for relief & rescue operation as and when required. In case of dire necessicity engine boats are also hired from the I.W.T authority of Goalpara. Moreover. In case of extreme urgency the District Administration may also seek the help and assistance of the Army units located at Agia, Krishnai and Lakhipur for this purpose. Necessary correspondence may be made by the Deputy Commissioner to 18

19 the authority of the Army unit to keep themselves fully equipped with flood fighting instruments / equipment. The reports furnished by the Zonal officers reveled the following shelter placed and high lands for proving shelters to the flood affected people. Sl. No. Name of the Zone Numbers of Educational Numbers of High lands. Institution 01 Kharmuza river Block Kharmuza Goalpara Town Balijana Matia 06 Dudhnoi 2-07 Lakhipur Jaleswar Mornoi Krishnai Rongjuli ASSESSMENT AND REQUIREMENT In almost all cases logistics for relief distribution except GR items are locally available. GR items like Rice,Dal Salt,Chira,Gur etc. would be made available to all the zonal officers for distribution to the flood affected people in case of necessacity on receipt of requisition from the zonal officers. 19

20 BASIC DATA 1. Total villages in the district 834 nos. 2. Total flood prone villages in the district 421 Nos. 3. Total highly flood prone villages in the district Total area in the district 5.Total probable flood affected area in the district 1824 sq.km sq.mile. 6.Total population in the district 8,22,025 7.Total population in the probable flood affected area Total crop area 9.Total crop area in probable flood affected area 32,538 Hectors 18,269 Hectors 6. Name of the circles & circle officers : i. Balijana circle Sri D.Das I/C ii. Matia Circle iii. Lakhipur Circle iv.dudhnoi circle v.rongjuli Sri WS Daimary I/C Sri B.Dev Sarma Sri I.Hussain I/C. Sri M.K.Sikaria,I/C. 3. Total Number of Agriculture Development Circles 12 4.Location of public Health center 1.Lakhipur 2.Matia 3.Agia 4.Mornoi,5.Rongjuli,6.Bahati.7.Saibari,8.Kharmuza,9.Dalguma,10.Khutabari, 11.Tiplai 5.Location of Sub Dispensary 1.Dhumerghat,2.Chunari,3.Ambari Bazar,4.Baguan,5.Harimura. 6.Location of Veterinary Dispensary 1.Goalpara,2.Matia,3.Kathakuthi 20

21 4.Kahibari,5.Rongjuli,6.Krishnai,7.Sechapani,8. Dudhnoi,9.Baida,10.Badahpur,11.Balijana,12.J ayramkuchi,13.ambari Bazar,14.Jaleswar,15.Lakhipur. 7. Division of area for Relief & Rescue The whole district has been divided in to some zones and again sub-divided into some sectors. A revenue circle has been taken a whole zone.the zones will be headed by the respective circle officers & the sectors by the other officers.the Matia circle,lakhipur circle will have,however,addl.zones. 1.The names of Zones are:- (i) Balijana Zone Balijana Circle. (ii) Kharmuza River Block Balijana Circle (iii) Kharmuza Balijana Circle (iv) Goalpara Town Balijana Circle (v) Lakhipur Zone Lakhipur Circle. (vi) Jaleswar Lakhipur Circle (vii) Matia Zone Matia Circle. (viii) Mornoi Matia Circle (ix) Krishnai Matia Circle (x) Dudhnoi Zone Dudhnoi Circle. (xi) Rongjuli Zone Rongjuli Circle. Name of sectors :- (i) Balijana Zone 1.Kumri G.P. 2.Balbala G.P. 3. Dwarka G.P. (Pt) 21

22 (ii) Kharmuza River Block Zone 1.Khankhowa GP 2.Ramharirchar GP (A) 3. Ramharirchar GP (B) 4 Rowmari River Block (iii) Kharmuza Zone 1.Kharmuza GP 2. Nolonga GP 3. Ambari 4. Markula GP 5.Bashbari GP 6.Baguan GP. (iv) Goalpara Town Zone 1. Goalpara Town,ward No.10,11,12 & Baladmari GP,2.Goalpara Town (B) (v) Lakhipur Zone 1.Khalbhanga 2.Rowkhowa 3.Chunari 4.Saktola 5.Aoulatoli 6.Faringapara 7.Dhamar 8.Bapurbhita &Jurigaon 9.Joyramkuchi 10.Pukhuripara 11.Dadan 12.Lakhipur Town 13. Nidanpur Pt-II (vi) Jaleswar Zone 1.Monkola Chaildhowa 2. Haguripara 3.Takimari 4.Rajmita 5.Kathuri 6 Tarangapur 7 Katarihara 8.Jaleawar 9.Gaurnagar 10 Guriadhap 11 Khalisharbhita 12.Simulbari 13.Hasdoba 14.Gossaidubi (vii) Matia Zone 1.Dalgoma 2.Sutarpara 3.Sidhabari 4 Nabagota Simlitola 5 Karipara (viii) Mornoi Zone 1.Mornoi 2.SriSurjyagiri 3.Baladmarichar (ix) Krishnai Zone 1. Bhelakhamar 2.Krishnai 3.Fafnga 4.Majjakhili 5.Tukura. (x) Dudhnoi Zone (xi) Rongjuli Zone 1. Dudhnoi 2.Kuchdhowa. 1. Simlitola 2. Tiplai 3.Ambari 4.Khutabari 6. SALIENT GUIDELINES 1. ALL OFFICERS/STAFFS ARE TO REPORT FOR FLOOD DUTY IN THE RESPECTIVE AREAS AS SOON AS FLOODS OCCUR. NOBODY SHALL WAIT FOR ORDERS FROM ANY QUARTERS. 22

23 2. Doctors will proceed to the affected areas with medicines etc. and their whereabouts shall have to be known to the concerned circle officers/police station/police out posts as soon as floods occour. 3. G.R etc. shall be made available in the affected areas as soon as flood occur. 4. Rescue operation shall start whenever live are threatened. Army/ Para military forces have kindly consented to help and the help should be sought be sought for by the respective sector officers. 5. Veterinary doctors should have a cattle census report of villages with them. They will assess the actual loss of cattle lives during the flood. They will also assess the requirement of cattle feed and place requisition to the Deputy Commissioner through DVO. They should also keep sufficient stock of medicines/vaccines etc. 6. Officers of the district, irrespective of department and designation, shall have to be present in the Head Quarters and available for duty as soon as flood occur. In case of their absence from the Head Quarters prior to the occurrence of flood, they will have to the Head Quarters as soon as floods occur. 7. Ignorance of occurrence of floods shall not be an acceptable excuse for any Government functionary to dodge relief/rescue duties. 8. GR etc. provided by the Government shall be distributed only by Government servants. Others may help and guide, but cannot take responsibility of any stock. 7. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ZONAL OFFICERS. (a) The zonal office3rs shall remain in close contact with their respective sector officers. They will convey all secessions taken by the Deputy Commissioner to the sectors officers immediately. 23

24 (b) They should also liaise with the circle level flood relief committee and concerned heads of offices like Medical/Vety / PHE/ E & D etc. (c) They shall confirm supply of sufficient copies of bank annexure-iv forms/boat requisition forms/gr requirement form and other relief materials, to their sector officers. (d) They should visit all the sectors along with the sector officer together prior knowledge of the area and suggest measures to the DC which need special attention only. (e) They will assist the sector officers to form the sector level flood relief committees. They should also collect names of volunteers/ NGOs to form relief & rescue parties. (f) The will prepare a mazmuli map showing (a) The sectors (b) The highly flood prone villages indicate in yellow & orange colour only. (g) They will identify the proposed relief camps along with the sector officer and appoint the head of the institution as the relief camp in-charge, if necessary. (h) They must keep on informing the flood situation formally in annexure-iv and over telephone, etc. (i) Servey & assessment of flood affected areas shall be carried out only by authorized by Govt. officers. Any other agencies conducting similar exercise shall to do so at their own expenses. 8. DUTIES OF SECTOR OFFICERS (a) The sector officer will visit the respective areas at least 3-4 time and collect the basic data of his sectors. He will assess the requirement of GR/other flood relief materials/pol for boats and submit the same to his concerned Zona;l Officer/Addl. Zonal Officer. (b) He will maintain register of GR etc/boat (both country & engine with capacity)/ POL issued etc. (c) He will collect the necessary annexure-iv/ requirement forms etc from the relief Branch, DC s office well ahead. 24

25 (d) He will identify & arrange the relief camps & appoint in-charge of camp. Head of institutions, where camps are established, should be the first option for appointing as camp in-charge. (e) He will ensure the fair & proper distribution of GR etc. and maintain the APRs simultaneously in duplicate. He will also contact, before the flood/during the flood the concerned officers of Medical/ Vety/ PHE/ E & D/ Local police/army & Para military forces and collect their address & telephone numbers. (f) He will maintain a population register village-wise and do the exercise to divide the village population into adult & minor population, approximately to the nearest. He will identify the pin points for HTW installation formatting user s committees immediately. (g) He will identify all the roads/ bridges/ culverts, standing crop areas/ habitation structures, embankments, dykes and keep records of everything to report in Annexure-IV in time. (h) He will form a sector level/flood relief committee in consultation with his zonal officer/addl.zonal officer immediately with the following members. 1.Sector Officer 2.Secy of the nearest GP 3.Concerned Lot Mondals 4.The president/vp pf the GPs Chairman. Secretary Members. Members 5.The local VLEW, VFA, local head masters of school, active NGOs, nearest police station/out post personnel. He should keep all records properly & neatly and hand over the records to his zonal officer as soon as the flood relief operation is declared over. 25

26 9. Villages, not included in any sectors will have to be looked after by the concerned Cos, if flood occur, 10. Medical/ PHE/ E & D/ Vety/ PWD (RR)/ Forest (T) departments should post one personnel in the DC s control room on rotation basis. 11. GRATUITOUS RELIEF DISTRIBUTION The ADC(Relief) will be responsible for procurement of GR items/sanction of GR etc. on receipt of requisition. He will ensure the availability of food stuff, SK oil, POL, other relief items before hand. He will assisted by the following officer and staff : (a) Superintendent of F & Cs and Inspector shall receive requisition of GR only. They will be assisted by the Sr.Asstt, DC s office,goalpara. (b) APO & JPO, P& D branch will receive requisition for relief items. They will be assisted by the Sr.Asstt, DCs office,goalpara. The Officers deputed will function as dispatch officers. They will be in close contact with the Addl.Deputy Commissioner, Relief Branch. It will be their duty to ensure the transportation in the concerned cell and lifting of GR etc. from the godowns and handed over the same to the concerned Sector Officer/Zonal Officers. The following persons will remain present in the godowns. The will be contacted by the dispatching officer and will assist them in lifting the GR etc. properly. The name of the godowns will be intimated to them in due course of time. The dispatch officer will keep the following records : 1. Vehicle No. 2. Name of the driver. 3. Name of the S,O of his representative 4. Quantity of GR, date of dispatch 26

27 5. Sanction No. & date of GR 6. Time of dispatch Where necessary the dispatch officer will deliver the GR at the river Ghats. 12. TRANSPORTATION : The Nazart Officer, will look after the transportation facilities. He will assess the requirement of HMV/LMV etc. and requisition accordingly. This cell will keep ready on machine propelled boat at the Dist head quarters all along, POL/log sheet shall be maintained by relief branch. 13. INQUEST & POST MORTEM Inquest of dead bodies where necessary will have to be carried out by the concerned Circle Officers. The Joint Director, Health Services, will be responsible for the Post Mortem works as quickly as possible. 14 Market prices control during the flood shall be monitored by the Food & Civil Supplies branch, DCs office, Goalpara. 15 The Fishery department shall ensure that there is no sale of stale/contaminated fish in the markets. The DIPRO, Goalpara shall make the necessary arrangement for wide publicity in such cases. 16 The following essential materials will be supplied to the circle officers at the very initial stage of flood. 1. Torch light 1 (one) No. 2. Hurricane lamp 5 (five) Nos. 3. SK Oil 50 (fifty) ltrs (Supplied by F&Cs) 4. Poly Sheet 300 (Three hundred) sheets of 15 X 12 feet 5. Plastic rope 1 (one) coil. 27

28 6. Contingency Amount 7. Packet of Chlorine/Bleaching 300(three hundred) Pkts (To be provided by PHE) 8. Empty gunny bags 1000 (one thousand) bags (To be supplied concerned BDOs) 9. Requisition form for GR/ Boat/Vehicle. 10. Annexure- IV forms 11. Signed appointment letters for camp in-charge. 17. Control room at Deputy Commissioner s bunglow office with phone No A District level flood control room shall be set up in Deputy Commissioner s office,goalpara will deputed officials with phone No (1077) Dr. Rajib Dutta Choudhary, District Project Officer, DRMP, Goalpara. He will be responsible for collection, submission of all report received in the control room & daily Sitrep sent to the Government. APPRECIATION OF FLOOD PRONE ARES IN GOALPARA DISTRICT 1. Vulnerable Areas : The low lying areas along river Brahmaputra and the areas adjacent to the beels are prone to floods during monsoons. However, the phenomenon of flash floods experienced during October,2004 also suggests that likely hood of similar nature cannot be ruled our. The areas adjoining rivers originating from the Garo hills are prone to sudden inundation due to flash floods. 2. Flood Prone Areas : The flood prone areas identified in Goalpara District are as follows : (a) Matia Area Tiplai,Simlitola,Damnapara, Medhipara,Buduxhar, Dalguma,MajerChar,Kadamtola char) (b) Mornoi Area (Dubapara,Singimari,Begnarbhita,Bahatichar, Pakhiura) 28

29 (c) Dudhnai Area (d) Karbala Area (Bamunpara,Nayapara,Karipara,bakaitari) ( Near Hasila beel) (e) Kharmuza Area ( Kharmuza,Kaljani,Rakhaldubi,Joypur, Sonahara,Taparvita,Balarvita) (f) Chunari Area ( Bawrartol,Sonalurtol,Dampara,Chilarvita, Fetengapara) (g) Jaleswar Area ( Jaleswar,Beldubi) (h) Balbala Area (Balijana,Dalak, Bhimajuli, Khagrabari,Godarbori, Chandamari,Nalipara,Nengdup,Goalparaiagaon, ` Kokira,Khalisamari). 19. Population in each Revenue Circle : Based on the population residing in each revenue circle the quantum of population affected by the floods in the district can be estimated. This will also assist in prioriting the flood prone areas and the relief operations. The population residing in each revenue circle, as per 2001 census, is as follows :- Sl. No Revenue Circle Balijana Lakhipur Matia Dudhnoi Type of Population population Male Female Total Rural 94,899 90,461 1,85,360 Urban 25,240 23,671 48,911 Total 1,20,139 1,14,142 2, Rural 1,09,421 1,04,021 2,13,442 Urban 6,402 6,143 12,545 Total 1,15,823 1,10,164 2,25,987 Rural 98,216 92,847 1,91,053 Urban 3,296 2,537 5,833 Total 1,01,542 1,95,374 1,96,886 Rural 35,972 35,785 71,657 Urban Total 35,972 35,785 71,657 29

30 05 Rongjuli Rural 47,261 46,244 93,505 Urban Total 47,261 46,244 93, Priority of Flood Prone Areas : The flood prone areas are priorities for launching of relief operation, based on the following criteria :- (a) (b) (c) Population Residing in the area. Vital institutions. Exiting Infrastructure likely to be damaged. 21 After considering the above mentioned factors,the flood prone areas in Goalpara District have been priorities as under Priority 1 : Lakhipur,Jaleswar,Chunari & Char areas under Matia & Balijana circle. Priority 2: Matia,Mornoi,Kharmuza area and Goalpara town. Priority 3 : Dudhnoi,Rongjuli and Balbola area. 22. Zone : The district has been divided in to 11 (eleven) zones for delegation of responsibilities during rescue and relief operation. These are 1. Balijana,2. Kharmuza River Block, 3. Kharmuza,4. Goalpara Town, 5. Matia,6Mornoi, 7.Krishnai, 8. Dudhnoi,9. Rongjuli, 10. Lakhipur, and 11. Jaleswar NAME OF ZONE : :- KHARMUZA RIVER BLOCK NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER :-1.Sri D.Das,ASO, Balijana Circle. 2. Sri D Barman,BDO,Kharmuza Block. NAME OF SECTOR :- 1.Khankhowa GP, 2.Ramharir Char GP ( A) 3. Ramharir Char GP ( B), 4. Roumari River Block Sl. No. Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages 30

31 Kharmuza River Block 1.Khan khowa G.P 1. Sri. Ruhul Amin, ADO, Junkaipara. Dr. M.H Ullah 94350/23847 (M) Sri. D.Das, ASO, Balijana Circle Sri.D.Barma n BDO, Kharmuza 2.Sri.A.Basir, AM Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amb ari Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M) 01..Halongar Char. 02.River Block. 03.Halongar Char NC 04.Kistamoni Pt.I. 05.Kistamoni Pt.II. 06.Uttar Katlamari. 07.Bhasanipara Pt.I. 08.Bhasanipara Pt.II. 09.Bhasanipara Pt.III. 10.Sader Alga. 11.Sader Alga Pt.I. 12.Sader Alga Pt.II. 13.Birsing Halongar Char Pt.I. 14.Birsing Halongar Char Pt.II. 15.Nunkhowa Pt.I. 16.Nunkhowa Pt.II. 17.South Katlamari Pt.I. 18.South Katlamari Pt.II. 19.Nunkhowa Pt.III. 20.Katlamari Char. 21.Khan Khowa Pt.I. 22.Khan Khowa Pt.I 02 2.Ramha ri Char G.P.(A) 03 3.Ramha ri Char G.P.(B) 1. Bikash Roy.JE, Kharmuza Block. 2. Abdul Khaleque,L M 1.Rafiqual Islam, JE,Irri.(M), Goalpara Divn. 2.Kulen Sutradhar, MM..Dr. O.A.Ahmed 94350/01051(M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amb ari Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M Dr. M.H Ullah 94350/23847 (M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amb ari Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M 01.Ramharir Char Pt.I. 02.Ramharir Char Pt.II. 03.Ramharir Char Pt.III. 04.Tiyapara 05.Chunarisota 01.Huzuwar Char Pt.I. 02.Huzuwar Char Pt.II. 03.Huzuwar Char Pt.III. 04.Kaldanga Char. 05.Ballapuri. 06.Gendauri. 07.Karia. 08.Sowlmari. 31

32 04 4.Rouma ri River Block. 1.Afzalur Rahman, JE,Irri. Glp. Divn. 2.Abdul Kafil,LM Dr.Romez 94353/14513(M Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amb ari Bazar Dispensary / 01.Tapar Vita. 02.Balar Vita. 03.Roumari. 04.Rakhaldubi Pt. 05.Abrarvita. 06.Khatiyartari. 07.Nalonga Pt. Sl. No. NAME OF ZONE: :- KHARMUZA AREA NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER:-1.Shri D.Das,ASO,Balijana Circle 2.Shri D Barman, BDO, Kharmuza Block. NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Kharmuza GP, 2. Nalanga GP, 3 Ambari, 4.Markula GP, 5. Basbari GP,6. Baguan GP Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages Kharmuza 1.Sri.Moinuddin.Dr. O.A.Ahmed Area. Sri. D.Das, ASO, Balijana Kharmuza G.P Ahmed,JE,PWD (B),Divn.Goalpara. 2.Sri.Samsul Hoque,MM. 3.Sri.Nazmul Hoque,LM 94350/01051(M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amba ri Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M 02 Sri.D..Barman, BDO, Kharmuza. Nalonga G.P. 1.Sri.Mazidur Raihan,JE,Irri.Glp. Division. 2.Sri.Manowar Hussain,AM Dr. M.H Ullah 94350/23847 (M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amba ri Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M 01.Niz Chattrapur. 02.Munchir Vita. 03.Niz Barvita. 04.Banirampara. 05.Katlamari 06.Kharmuza. 07.Sonahara.08.Haripur. 09.Dewdhuturi 01.Nalonga Pt. 02.Nalonga Pahartali. 03.Thepkai. 04.Simulbari. 05.Rakhaldubi Pt. 32

33 Ambari. Markula G.P Bashbari G.P. Baguan G.P 1.Sri.Dhruba Das,EO ( C) Kharmuza,Block 2.Sri.Kahinur Ali,AM 3.Sri.Golam Mostafa,A.M 1.Sri.J.Raihan, JE, Kharmuza Block. 2.Sri Bhimeswar Ray,LM 1.Sri.Azimuddin Ahmed,JE,PWD (B), Glp. 2.Sri.Anisul Hussain, LM. 1.Sri.Biswajit Das,JE,Kharmuza Block. 2.Sri.Minarul Islam, LM. Dr.Romez Uddin 94353/14513(M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amba ri Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M Dr.B.Basumatary 94352/80622 Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amba ri Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M Dr.B.Basumatary 94352/80622 Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amba ri Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M Dr.B.Basumatary 94352/80622 Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety/i.c,Amba ri Bazar Dispensary / 01073(M 01.Ambari 4 Nos.Unit. 02.Kadotika 1 No.Unit. 03.Batabari 6 Nos.Unit. 04.Kanggair Passimpar 01.Pandaba. 02.Markula. 03.Kanggair Pubpar. 04.Lempara. 01.Dhumbandh a. 02.Sakla. 03.Banggaljhar. 04.Arabandha. 05.Pakhrirtari. 06.Darirpar. 07.Palashbari 01.Latima. 02.Kaillyanpur. 03.Katilartari. 04.satamari. 05.Haldibari. 06.Murali. 07.Senabari. 08.Garovatkhow a. 09.Nasnipara 10.Sabazi Baguwan. 11.Bar Baguwan. 12.Chattra Baguwan. 13.Hariddra Baguwan 33

34 Sl. No. 1 NAME OF ZONE: :- GOALPARA TOWN NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER:- To be nominated by D.C, Goalpara NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Goalpara Town (A),WardNo.10,11,12,13 & Baladmari GP, 2. Goalpara Town (B) Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Goalpara town & Baladmari G.P Ward No.10, 11, 12 and 13.(A) Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages Sri Dipak Das, Dr.N.K.Das AE, Glp M.B (O) Goalpara town 2. Sri. Bishnu Kalita, S.K. Dr.PK Ptowari VAS,Glp 94353/21413(M) 01.Karbala. 02.Natunbasti. 03.Natunbasti Char. 04.Hasila Beel. 05.Bhatipara. 06.Nayapara 2 Goalpara Town.(B) 1. Sri Mofidul Islam, J.E.Glp. M.B. 2. Sri. Golam Mostafa, L.M. Dr.A.R.Das (O) Dr.A.N.Islam VAS-L/B 94351/96082(M) 01.Chandaria Pathar. 02.Sandina. 03.Gowaltuli Bamunpara. 04.Baladmari Tea garden. 05.Baladmari. Sl. No. 01. NAME OF ZONE: :- BALIJANA NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER:-1.Shri M.Hussain, BDO, Balijana Block NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Kumuri GP 2. Balbala GP, 3. Dwarka GP (Pt),Agia GP (Pt) & Balijana GP (Pt) Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages BALIJANA 1.Sri.Makibar.Dr. O.A.Ahmed ZONE Kumri G.P. Rahman,ADO, 94350/01051(M) Sri. Balijana. M.Hussain, 2.Sri.Asrab Dr.PK Sarma BDO,Balijana Hussain,AM EO,Vety,Balijana 01.Hurkakuchi. 02.Khutamari. 03.Kharbaza. 04.Gobindapur. 05.Pancharatna 34

35 02 Balbala G.P. 1.Sri.Altaf Hussain,ADO, Balijana. 2. Sri Sadananda Nath, L.M. Dr.D.Sarma 94351/27978 (M) Dr.PK Sarma EO,Vety,Balijana 94353/01679(M) 01.Kalpani Chandamari. 02.Kalpani Satbainee Chandamari. 03.Urpad Beel. 04.Kukuria Pt.I. 05. Kukuria Pt.II. 03 Dwarka G.P. (Pt.) Agia, G.P.(Pt. G.P(Pt.) 1.Sri. Phani Brahrma, AEO, Balijana. 2. Sri Mrinal Kt. Kalita, L.M. 3. Sri Sarat Nath, A.M. Dr.M.Ali Dr.PK Sarma EO,Vety,Balijana 94353/01679(M) 01.Narayanpara. 02.Trisimpur. 03.Keyotpara. 04.Gosaigadhowa. 05.Dalok. 06.Kishoreidubi. 07.Deuli Izara. 08.Debodattar Bapupara Pt.I. 09.Bhandara. 10.Balijana. Sl. No. NAME OF ZONE: :- RONGJULI NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER:-1.Shri Omar Sharif, BDO, Rongjuli TD Block NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Simlitola, 2. Tiplai, 3. Ambari, 4.Khutabari Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Simlitola Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages Shri Simanta Dr.G.Basumatar RONGJULI Choudhary,CDP y O, Ph./No. Nil. Rongjuli Omar Sharif BDO,Rongjul i TD Block Dr.F Akhter VAS,Kahibari 94353/ Simlitola Nayapara 2.Kamarpota 3.Gerua 4.Barbori 5.Damnapara 6.Kankata Pt-I & Pt- II 7.Tilapara 02 Tiplai Sri Dipak Deka, ADO,Rongjuli circle. Dr. P K Das 94351/91244 (M) Dr.R Karim EO,Vety, Rongjuli 1.Tiplai Pt-I & Pt-II 2.Garuchatka Pt-II 3.Bijoypur Bongaon 4.Ulubari Naitara. 5.Sutarpara. 35

36 03 04 Ambari Khutabari Sri Sukur Ali, E.O, (Fishery) Rongjuli TD Block Sri PuharSing Bordoloi,ADO, Dhupdhara Circle. Dr. P K Das 94353/04916 (M) Dr.R Karim EO,Vety, Rongjuli Dr.A.Hussain Dr.D.Choudhary VAS,Kathakuthi 94350/24681(M) 1.Ambari Pt-II 2.Ambari Pt-III 3.Ambari Pt-IV 4..Maslam Pt-II 1.Khutabari Pt-I & II 2.Bordal Pt-I 3.Juripara Pt-I 4.Khekapara. 5.Dhontola,Pt-I & II 6.Sikiajuli Kuhiarpara 7.Gathiapara. NAME OF ZONE: :- LAKHIPUR NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER :-1.Shri Shahnowaz Choudhary,BDO & ASO,Lakhipur NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Khalsabhanga, 2. Rowkhowa, 3. Chunari, 4. Saktola, 5. Aoulatoli,6.Faringapara, 7.Dhamor, 8.Bapurbhita & Jurigaon, 9.Jayramkuchi, 10. Pukhuripara, 11.Dadan, 12.Lakhipur Town, 13.Nidanpur,Pt-II Sl. No. Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages Sontosh Ali Dr.A.Rahman LAKHIPUR Sikdar 94352/53593(M) Sr.Gram Sevak & IV 01 Khalsabhan Azibaor Rahman 3.Singuli ga LM Shri Shah Nowaz Choudhary, BDO & ASO, Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073(M) 1.Killahara Pt-I,II &III 2.Bamuner Alga Pt-III para Killahara Pt-I 4.Chalakura Pt-I & II 5.Killahara Pt-V 36

37 02 Lakhipur Roukhowa Anowar Hussain Secy,GP Nurul Hoque AM Dr.A.Rahman 94352/53593(M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) 1.Thailapara Pt-I & II 2.Kishtamoni PT-II 3.Rowkhowa Chalakura 4.Rowkhowa Pt-I,II& III 5.Rowkhowa Ballapuri 6.Cheelar Char 7.Jamirabari Algar char Pt-I 8.Jamirabari Pt-I & II 9.Salmara 10.Sitalmari. 11.Rowkhowa river Block,No.1 & 2 12.Singulipara Pt-I 13. Boror Char Pt-I 14. Lotibari 15.Sigulipara Killahara Pt-III 16.Niz Barirbari. 03 Chunari 04 Saktola 05 LAKHIPUR Shri Shah Nowaz Choudhary, BDO & ASO, Aoulatoli Samsul Huda Mollah,Secy,GP Abul Kashem,AM Mizanur Rahman JE,Irrigation Abdus Salam Secy,GP Hafijuddin,AM A.Salim Ahmed ADO Abul; Kalam Azad LM Mokabbar Ali,VLEW Dr.A.Rahman 94352/53593(M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) Dr.A.Rahman 94352/53593(M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) Dr.A.Rahman 94352/53593(M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) 1.Puthimari 2.Joybhum 3.Lezam 4.Kashima. 1.Saktola 2.Khonar Pubpar. 3.Sakla Beel. 4.Mothabari. 5.Bhaismari. 6.Boro Poitari. 7.Sowari Poitari 8.Khudra Poitari. 1.Bardol. 2.Niz-Kurchapakhiri 3.Kazi pota 4.Aoulatoli. 5.Kurchkati. 37

38 06 Faringapar a 07. Dhamor Lakhipur LAKHIPUR Shri Shah Nowaz Choudhary, BDO & ASO, Lakhipur Bapurvita & Jurigaon Joyramkuc hi Pukhuripar a Abdul Jalil Mondal JE, Rafiqul Karim Mondal,LM Sikandar Ali,VLEW Abu Hanif,A.M Abdul Hai Molla,GS A.B.Siddique,AD O Hanifuddin,A.M. Naresh Ch.Seal,VLEW Lal Chand Ali,VLEW Nasiruddin Sheikh,Secy. G.P. Rabindra Barman,G.S. Dr.A.Ullah 94352/53340 (M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) Dr.B.B.Baishya 94350/24219 Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) Dr.B.B.Baishya 94350/24219 (M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) Dr. N.H.Khan 94353/23810(M) Dr.N.K.Das VAS,Baida 94353/14521(M) Dr.B.B.Baishya 94350/24219(M) Dr.N.K.Das VAS,Baida 94353/14521(M) 1.Faringapara 2.Lakiripara. 3.Silapani. 1.Dhamar Reserve 2.Dhamar Beel 3.Nidanpur Pt-II 4.Medhipara Pt-I & II 5.Hatogaon Pt-I & II 1.Bapurvita Pt-I,II & III 2.Hatisila Muslimpara 3.Jurigaon 4 Boalmari 1.Saibari 2.Rongdoba 3.Baundanga 4.Joyramkuchi 5.Nayapara 6.Nalbari 7.Kulamua 8.Abhirampara 9.Krishnapur 10.Thorka 11.Jhanjipara Pt-I & II 12.Baistampara 13.Panisali 14.Ghunghunivita 1.Sigri Pt-I & II 2.Bolaikhamar 3.Gobal 4.Lembupara 5.Lahapara 6.Basorkona 7.Dewnapara Pt-I & II 8.Dhokapara 38

39 11 Dadan Lakhipur Town Nidanpur Pt-II Sunil Das,VLEW Prasana Das,ASK Anukul Dutta AE Abdul malek,lm Hridoykamal Das AEO Dr.B.B.Baishya 94350/24219 Dr.N.K.Das VAS,Baida 94353/14521(M) Dr.A.Ullah 94352/53340 (M) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) Dr.M.Ahmed (PHC) Dr.N.Islam EO,Vety Lakhipur 94350/01073 (M) 1.Maladhara Pt-I & II 2.Lemakona 3.Balasari Amguri 4.Balasari. 5.Mogho Pt-I, II & III. 6.Hatisila Rabhapara 7.Kuring 8.Fakiramara.Pt-I & II 9.Dipkai,Pt-I & II 10.Trisimkali Pandoba Pt-I I1. Trisimkali Pandoba Pt-II 12.Baida Pt-I & II 13.Satabari Pt-I & II 14.Salpara 1.Lakhipur Town 2.Khaglamari. 3.Nidanpur Pt-I 4.Manaspara. Nidanpur pt-ii 39

40 NAME OF ZONE : JALESWAR NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER :- 1.Sri Vikram Dev Sharma, C.O, Lakhipur Circle. NAME OF SECTOR :-1. Monkola Saidhora, 2.Hagiripara, 3.Takimari, 4.Rajmita, 5.Kathuri,6.Tarangapur, 7.Katarihara, 8. Jaleswar, 9. Gaurnagar, 10. Guriadhap, 11.Khalisavita,12.Simlabari, 13.Hasdoba, 14.Gosaidubi. Sl. No. 01 Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Monkola Chaildhora Name of sector Officer & L.R. Nur Alom, Secy,GP Hafijur Rahman, VLEW Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages Dr. R.Islam JALESWAR 94351/29884(M) Sri Vikram Dev Sharma, Circle Officer, Lakhipur Dr.C.Mahammad VAS,Vety Jaleswar 1.Bakpara Dineralga,Pt-I 2. Bakpara Dineralga,Pt-II 3.Saildhara. 4.Chengeralga. 5.Raychandar Char. 6.Fulkakata. 7.Fulkakata Pt-I & II 8.Ghunimari Pt-I & II 9.Monkola 10.Kaminir Bhita. 02 Haguripara 03. Takimari 04 Rajmita Nurul Islam Miah, AM Nurul Islam, VLEW Rakubul Islam,Secy,GP Asiruddin,LM Ranjit Baisya Secy,GP Suren Kalita, VLEW Dr. A.Rahman 94352/53593(M) Dr.C.Mahammad VAS,Vety Jaleswar Dr. R.Islam 94351/29884(M) Dr.C.Mahammad VAS,Vety Jaleswar Dr. R.Islam 94351/29884(M) Dr.C.Mahammad VAS,Vety Jaleswar 1.Haguripara. 2.Thongpara. 3.Balikachi Muslimpara. 4.Sonalurtol. 5.Bawrartol. 6.Sulkani. 1.Takimari G/Reserve. 2.Simulkandi. 1.Kharubhaz. 2.Rajmita Pantai. 3.Manaspara Reserve. 4.Dhobakura. 5.Kesra. 40

41 Moftiul Alom, Secy,GP Chakradhar Dr.A.Ullah 94352/53340(M )) 05. Kathuri Roy, AM JALESWAR Sri Vikram Dev Sharma, Circle Officer, Lakhipur Tarangapu r Katarihara Jaleswar Rejaul Islam,Sec,GP Fagun Bora,AM Faruqul Islam, Secy,GP AB Nurul Alom,VLEW Arup Das Naser Ali, LM Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar Dr. R.Islam 94351/29884(M ) Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar Dr. R.Islam 94351/29884(M) Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar Dr. R.Islam 94351/29884(M) Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar 1.Kathuri 2.Saptibari. 3.Koraibari. 4.Gerapuri. 5.Badbadia. 6.Fetengapara. 7.Geramari Pt-I & II 1.Tarangapur. 2.Suparivita. 3.Moamari 4.Silarvita. 5.Fesatari.6.Dambari. 7.Panikamrartari. 8.Sardarvita. 1.katarihara. 2.Tekona. 3.Bashmura 4.Damribhasa. 5.Ghugudoba. 6.Boro Udmari 1.Jaleswar Beel. 2.Bamunervita. 3.Takimari. 4.Soto Udmari. 5.Banyaguri. 6.Batabari. 7.Sat Simla. 8.Khoksarvita. 9.Thurthurjdoba 10.Sialkanda. 11.Teongonmari. 12.Nankurvita. 13.Uttar Satvendi. 14.Dakshin Satvendi. 15.Tariavita. 16. Kadamtola. 17.Robervita. 18.Soto Tangvita. 19.Boro Tangvita. 20.Bhalukmari 41

42 JALESWAR Sri Vikram Dev Sharma, Circle Officer, Lakhipur Gournagar Guriadhap Kalisarvita Simlabari Hasdoba Amjad Ali,Secy, GP Abul Kalam Azad, VLEW Amjad Hussain Secy, GP Jayanta Bora,LM Sahadat Hussain Secy,GP A.Rezzak Mirza, VLEW Dalim Kr.Barman VLEW Aynal Hoque,LM Chitta Medhi Secy,GP Ataur Rahman,VLEW Akimuddin Ahmed, Pharmacist Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar Akimuddin Ahmed, Pharmacist Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar Akimuddin Ahmed, Pharmacist Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar Akimuddin Ahmed, Pharmacist Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar Akimuddin Ahmed, Pharmacist Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar 1.Chowkatola. 2.Haldibari Pt-II 3.Chawldhowa. 4;Salbari 5.Kaimari. 1.Morisbari G/Reserve. 2.Golokerpam. 3.Haldibari Pt-I 1.Saraljhara. 2.Dapkarvita. 3.Katlamari. 4.Khalisavita Hindupara. 5.Khalisavita Muslimpara. 6.Ververi. 7.Bhimkhoj. 8.Satsia khamar. 1.Rakhalkilla. 2.Simlabari. 3.Sataimari. 4.Gumaijhar. 5.Ekla Salbari. 6.Garojan. 7.Ghunghunivita 1.Kolabari 2.Falimari 3.Kaltapur. 4.Hasdoba. 5.atimura. 6.Bandarmatha. 7.Kurchapakhiri Pt- I,II & III 14 Gosaidubi Sajat Mollah,GS Abdul Karim, VLEW Akimuddin Ahmed, Pharmacist Dr.C.Mahamma d VAS,Vety Jaleswar 1.Harwafuta. 2.Gosaidubi Hindupara 3.Gosaidubi Muslimpara. 4.Dharai. 5.Bausatari. 42

43 NAME OF ZONE : KRISHNAI NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER :- 1.Inamul Hussain, CO, Dudhnoi, 2. Hari Nr.Sarma, BDO, Krishnai NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Bhelakhmar,2.Krishnai,3.Fafanga,4.Majjakhili & 5.Tukura. Sl. No. Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Bhelakham ar Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages Dr.N.Hussain Sorhab Ali,JE 94350/23584 Krishnai Block (M) KRISHNAI Inamul Hussain, Circle Officer,Dudhno i. Hari Narayan Sarma,BDO, Krishnai Block Krishnai Fafonga Majjakhili Assisted by GP Secretaries. Pronab Bora EO(P),Krishnai Block. Assisted by GP Secretaries Saiful Islam ADO,Krishnai Pratun Saikia,JE, Krishnai Block. Assisted by GP Secretaries Promod Das,JE,Kuchdh owa TD Block Assisted by GP Secretaries Dr.G.Talukdar VAS,Vety, Krishnai 94350/23754(M) Dr.N.Hussain 94350/23584 (M) Dr.G.Talukdar VAS,Vety, Krishnai 94350/23754(M) Dr.N.Hussain 94350/23584 (M) Dr.G.Talukdar VAS,Vety, Krishnai 94350/23754(M) Dr.N.Das 94351/28078(M) Dr.DK Das VAS,Vety, Dudhnoi 94353/23437 (M) 1.Bujruk Manikpur 2.Khamar Manikpur 3.Bhelakhamar 4.Jotsorabdi 5.Barbhita. 6.Dhaigaon 7.Sardar para. 8.Khariapara. 9.Dhaigaon Damas. 10.Karkosi Damas 11.Karkasi 1.Paikan Pt-I & II 2.Ashudubi 3.Krishnai Rev Town 4.Krishnai Guria Pt-I 5.Salpara Molandubi Pt-I 1.Khagrabari. 2.Fafanga Pt-I, II & III 3.Tukura Pt-I & II 1.Singijani. 2.Mujkuri Islampur. 3.Dahela (Amguri,Khadarjan) 43

44 05 Tukura Prasanta Baishya, JE,Krishnai Block Assisted by GP Secretaries Dr.N.Hussain 94350/23584 (M) Dr.G.Talukdar VAS,Vety, Krishnai 94350/23754(M) 1.Tukura Pt-III 2.Hadi. NAME OF ZONE : MORNOI NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER :-Shri W.S.Daimary, ASO, Matia Circle. NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Mornoi,2.Sri Surjagiri & 3. Baladmari Char. Sl. No. Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector W.S. Daimary, 01 Mornoi Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages Anupam Dr.D.Medhi MORNOI Das,EO( C), (PHC) Matia Block ASO, Matia Circle Idrish Ali,SK Dr.U Das,EO,Vety Matia Singimari Char 2.Pakhiura 3.Pakhiura NC 4.Darogaralga. 5.Dubapara Lupta Char 6.Ujirer Char 02 Sri Surjagiri 03 Baladmari Char Debasis Nath, ADO,Matia Block Heramba Rabha, LM Bidyalochan Barman,JE Jatil Pathak,AM Utpal Das,AM Dr.D.Medhi (PHC) Dr.U Das,EO,Vety Matia Dr.M.C.Das 94350/01039(M) Dr.U Das,EO,Vety Matia Futuripara. 2.Paharsing Para. 3.Dubapara. 4.Dekdhowa Char 5.Dekdhowa NC 1.Baladmari Char Pt- I 2.Baladmari Char Pt- II 3.Baladmari Char Pt- III 4.Baladmari Char Pt- IV 44

45 NAME OF ZONE : DUDHNOI NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER :-Shri M.K.Sikaria, ASO, Dudhnoi Circle. NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Kuchdhowa,2.Dudhnoi. Sl. No. Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages Sri M.K Sikaria A.S.O,Dudhnoi Circle Dr.D.C.Gayari (R ) Kuchdhowa Deba Kumar Nath,JE Irrigation,D/Noi Amrendra Roy,SK Dhajan Nath,LM, Siva Prasad Roy LM Jayanta Nath,LM Dr.R.Karim EO,Vety Rongjuli 1.Manupara 2.Siluk, Pt-I & II 3.Fafal 4.Tangabari 5.Sarimari 6.Darakpara 7.Kuchdhowa Chechpani,Pt-II & III 8.Deulguri,Pt-I & II 9.Rongrangpara 10.Tarapara 11.Jakhowapara. 12.Santipur. 13.Kanyakuchi pahar. 02. Dudhnoi Bipul Ahmed, ADO,SDAO. Dinabandhu Das,LM Arjan Rabha,AM Jiban Roy,AM Nabin Nath,AM Bijoy Barman, AM Dr.D.Basumatary 94351/28058 (M) Dr.DK Das,VAS Vety,Dudhnoi 94353/23437 (M) 1.KharaMedhipara. 2.Khara,Pt-II 3.Bajemondal Siyalmari 4.Lakheraj Mondalgram,Pt- I&II 5.Roumari 6.Lela 7.Rombuk 8.Mowamari 9.Bandarsi,Pt-I 10.Dudhnoi Town, Pt-I,II & III 11.Damra patpara. 12.Nishangram 13.Dighali 14.Nakmakund 45

46 NAME OF ZONE : MATIA NAME OF ZONAL OFFICER :-Shri M.K.Sikaria, ASO, Dudhnoi Circle. NAME OF SECTOR :- 1. Dalgoma, 2.Nobagata Simlitola,3.Sidhabari, 4.Sutarpara, 5.Karipara Sl. No. Name of Zone & Zonal Officer Name of sector Name of sector Officer & L.R. Name of Health/Vety Doctor & contact No. Included Villages MK Sikaria, ASO Dudhnoi Dolguma Bijoy Sharma, ADO,Matia Monen Das,LM Dr.P.Bharali 94350/24773 (M) Dr.U Das, EO,Vety Matia Buduchar 2.Buduchar NC 3.Mamudpur,Pt-I & II 4.Dalguma 5.Gosaibori 6.Basantapur 7.Basantapur NC 8.Barbalupara. 02 Sutarpara K.Boro,CDPO, Matia P.Goswami,AM 03 Sidhabari Khalilur Rahman JE,Matia Block Bhuban Das,AM Dr.M.Hussain Dr.U Das, EO,Vety Matia Dr.M.Hussain Dr.U Das, EO,Vety Matia Singramari. 2.Garuparartari. 3.Garomari. 4.Bherveri 5.Toplakhowa 6.Sutarpara 7.Sutarpara Balapara 8.Sutarpara NC 9.Baguan,Pt-I,II & III 10.Pokalagi 1.Bahati,Pt-I & II 2.Bahati Char 3.Bahati Char, R/B-I & II 4.Nayapara Pt-I & II 5.Balapara 6.Singramari R/Block. 7.Ranua. 04 Nobagata Simlitola Hanifuddin Talukdar,LE Maltia Block Umesh Goswami,LM Dr.G.Basumatary Dr.U Das, EO,Vety Matia Nabagota Simlitola 2.Simlitola Char,I & II 46

47 05 Karipara A.Ali,Secy,Karipara GP J Nath,LM Dr.M.M.Kalita (PHC) Dr.U Das, EO,Vety Matia Karipara,Pt-I,II,III& IV 2.Sarapara. 3.Bamunpara 4.Baguan Pt-IV 5.Upartola,Pt-III BASIC DATA 1. Total villages in the district 834 nos. 2. Total flood prone villages in the district 421 Nos. 3. Total highly flood prone villages in the district Total area in the district 1824 sq.km 5.Total probable flood affected area in the district sq.mile. 6.Total population in the district 8,22,025 7.Total population in the probable flood affected area Total crop area 32,538 Hectors 9.Total crop area in probable flood affected area 18,269 Hectors 10. Rainfall in Goalpara district.in 4 (four) consecutive years from is as follows : mm mm mm mm 2. Name of the circles & circle officers : i. Balijana circle Sri D.Das I/C ii. Matia Circle Sri WS Daimary I/C iii. Lakhipur Circle Sri B.Dev Sarma iv.dudhnoi circle Sri I.Hussain I/C. v.rongjuli Sri M.K.Sikaria,I/C. 3. Total Number of Agriculture Development Circles 12 4.Location of public Health center 1.Lakhipur 2.Matia 3.Agia 4.Mornoi,5.Rongjuli,6.Bahati.7.Saibari,8.Kharmuza,9.Dalguma,10.Khutabari, 11.Tiplai 5.Location of Sub Dispensary 1.Dhumerghat,2.Chunari,3.Ambari Bazar,4.Baguan,5.Harimura. 6.Location of Veterinary Dispensary 1.Goalpara,2.Matia,3.Kathakuthi 4.Kahibari,5.Rongjuli,6.Krishnai,7.Sechapani,8. Dudhnoi,9.Baida,10.Badahpur,11.Balijana,12.J 47

48 ayramkuchi,13.ambari Bazar,14.Jaleswar,15.Lakhipur. 7. Division of area for Relief & Rescue The whole district has been divided in to some zones and again sub-divided into some sectors. A revenue circle has been taken a whole zone.the zones will be headed by the respective circle officers & the sectors by the other officers.the Matia circle,lakhipur circle will have,however,addl.zones. 1.The names of Zones are:- (i) Balijana Zone Balijana Circle. (xii) Kharmuza River Block (xiii) Kharmuza (xiv) Goalpara Town (xv) Lakhipur Zone Lakhipur Circle. (xvi) Jaleswar (xvii) Matia Zone Matia Circle. (xviii) Mornoi (xix) Krishnai (xx) Dudhnoi Zone Dudhnoi Circle. (xxi) Rongjuli Zone Rongjuli Circle. Name of sectors :- (i) Balijana Zone 1.Kumri G.P. 2.Balbala G.P. 3. Dwarka G.P. (Pt) (ii) Kharmuza River Block Zone 1.Khankhowa GP 2.Ramharirchar GP (A) 3. Ramharirchar GP (B) 4 Rowmari River Block (iii) Kharmuza Zone 1.Kharmuza GP 2. Nolonga GP 3. Ambari 4. Markula GP 5.Bashbari GP 6.Baguan GP. (iv) Goalpara Town Zone 1. Goalpara Town,ward No.10,11,12 & Baladmari GP,2.Goalpara Town (B) (v) Lakhipur Zone 1.Khalbhanga 2.Rowkhowa 3.Chunari 4.Saktola 5.Aoulatoli 6.Faringapara 7.Dhamar 8.Bapurbhita &Jurigaon 9.Joyramkuchi 10.Pukhuripara 11.Dadan 12.Lakhipur Town 13. Nidanpur Pt-II (vi) Jaleswar Zone 1.Monkola Chaildhowa 2. Haguripara 3.Takimari 4.Rajmita 5.Kathuri 6 Tarangapur 7 Katarihara 8.Jaleawar 9.Gaurnagar 10 Guriadhap 11 Khalisharbhita 12.Simulbari 13.Hasdoba 14.Gossaidubi (vii) Matia Zone 1.Dalgoma 2.Sutarpara 3.Sidhabari 4 Nabagota Simlitola 5 Karipara (viii) Mornoi Zone 1.Mornoi 2.SriSurjyagiri 3.Baladmarichar (ix) Krishnai Zone 1. Bhelakhamar 2.Krishnai 3.Fafnga 4.Majjakhili 5.Tukura. (x) Dudhnoi Zone 1. Dudhnoi 2.Kuchdhowa. (xi) Rongjuli Zone 1. Simlitola 2. Tiplai 3.Ambari 4.Khutabari 48

49 Goalpara district River System Administrative setup: The district at present comprises of 5 Revenue Circles (viz Rongjuli, ), 8 Development Blocks (viz. Rongjuli, ), APs, 81 GPs, Mouzas, and 834 Revenue Villages. It has Police Stations( viz.), 1 Municipal Boards(viz.Goalpara) and 1 Town Committee (viz.lakhipur). DISTRICT AT A GLANCE : Total Towns Revenue Circles Community Development Blocks Total Police Station Police outpost Number of Colleges Higher Secondary School High School Total Area Total Population 2 nos. 5 nos. 8 nos. 7 nos. 15 nos. 8 nos. 12 nos. 111 nos sq. kms. 8,22,306 (2001 census) 49

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