Srinagar District State Land Encroachers List, Download PDF

Srinagar District state land List

The list of State Land Encroachers for District Srinagar has been updated by the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, where people can access all the details related to their lands.

More over the list is not final and will be updated.

List of Beneficiaries of Roshni Act/Encroachers of State Land

(Declared void ab initio by Hon’ble High Court)in PIL No:19/2011 pronounced on 09-10-2020)

  • Proforma A = Approved & Mutation attested thereafter
  • Proforma B = Approved but Mutation not attested
  • Proforma C = State land encroachment(recorded in revenue records,other than Roshni)
  • Proforma D = State land encroachment(Physically) but not shown in Revenue records(other than Roshni)

Click on the Numbers given in the Table below here to download the PDF in your Mobile or in Laptop.

S.NoProforma-A
( No. of Entries )
Proforma-B
( No. of Entries )
Proforma-C
( No. of Entries)
Proforma-D
( No. of Entries )
135 Families PDF
2101 Families PDF30 Families PDF
342 Families PDF80 Families PDF
48 Families PDF1 Family PDF
54557 Families PDF1415 Families PDF

Moreover we will update this List in next few days and will add more families who have benefited with State land under Roshni Act.

The administration has made various sections in the list giving elaborate details of the land. Under Proforma A, details and list of land approved and mutation attested thereafter, has been provided of all the ten districts.

Under Proforma B, a list of land approved but mutation not attested have been uploaded. In Proforma C, details and list of state land encroachment (recorded in revenue records, other than Roshni) has been provided with name and survey number including the area. And under Proforma D, details of state land encroachment (physically) but not shown in Revenue records (other than Roshni) have been uploaded.

The list comes amid the ongoing anti-encroachment drive in Jammu and Kashmir, evoking sharp criticism from almost all the major political parties of the Union Territory.

It may be noted, the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh has declared the Roshni Act as null and void in 2020.

The Jammu and Kashmir state lands (vesting of ownership to the occupants) Act was enacted in the year 2001 with the twin objective of generating resources for financing power projects and conferment of proprietary rights to the occupants of the state land.

The act popularly called as Roshni scheme initially envisaged conferment of proprietary rights of around 20.55 lakh Kanals (102750 hectares) to the occupants of which only 15.85 per cent land was approved for vesting of ownership rights.

The scheme was finally repealed by the then governor Satya Pal Malik on November 28, 2018.

In 2014, however, the Comptroller and Auditor General had estimated that only Rs 76 crore had been raised from the transfer of encroached land between 2007 and 2013.

Jammu Kashmir Govt orders transfer of officials

Govt of J&K

In the interest of administration, it is hereby ordered that:

  1. Ms. Renu Munshi, Private Secretary, is transferred from J&K Public Service Commission and posted in the Office of Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities, J&K.
  2. Ms. Syed Anjum Afroz, Section Officer under orders of transfer to J&K Grievance Cell is posted in the Office of Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities, J&K.
  3. Mr. Ajay Bharti, Senior Stenographer, is transferred from the Information Department and posted in the Information Technology Department.
  4. Ms. Manu Pandey, Junior Stenographer, is transferred from Information Technology Department and posted in the Information Department.
  5. Mr. Sarvesh, Junior Assistant, is transferred from Information Technology Department and posted in the Home Department.

Govt Deputes 1 official from J&K to Ladakh Union Territory

Govt of J&K

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir today issued a deputation order in favour of Ms Tsewang Lamo, The order reads:

In the interest of administration, Ms. Tsewang Lamo, Fisheries Development Assistant, National Fish Seed Farm, Mansbal, Kashmir is hereby deputed to Union Territory of Ladakh for a period of two years, subject to the following conditions.

The lien and promotion prospects of the official shall remain with her parent department during the period of deputation;

The official shall be entitled to the incentives, as may be made available to her by Union Territory of Ladakh;

The official shall report in the General Administration Department, Union Territory of Ladakh, for further posting

J&K Govt Constitutes Committee for conduct of 3rd Khelo India National Winter Games 2023

Govt of J&K

Sanction is hereby accorded to the constitution of a Committee, comprising the following, for ensuring all logistics and other arrangements for smooth conduct of 3rd Khelo India National Winter Games 2023 to be held in the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir:

1Administrative Secretary, Youth, Services and Sports Department.Chairman/ Convenor
2Deputy Commissioner, Baramulla.Member
3Managing Director, Kashmir Power Distribution Corporation Ltd.Member
4Commissioner, JMC/SMCMember
5Director, Tourism, Kashmir.Member
6Director Information, J&KMember
7Director General, Hospitality J&K And Protocol,Member
8MD, JK Regional Transport CorporationMember
9Director, Health Services, KashmirMember
10Representative of SSP, Security, KashmirMember
11Commandant, SDRF, SrinagarMember
12Chief Engineer, Jal Shakti, KashmirMember
13Secretary, J&K Sports Council.Member Secretary
14Regional Transport Officer, KashmirMember
15Representative of Culture Department (Not below the rank of Additional Secretary)Member
16Representative of Director General, Fire and
Emergency Services, J&K
Member

J&K Govt promotes 4 JKAS Officers

Govt of J&K

JAMMU: The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has promoted 4 J&K Administrative Service(JKAS) officers vide Government Order No.159-JK(GAD) of 2023, Dated:02-02-2023.

The official Notification reads:

Sanction is hereby accorded to the promotion of following officers to the Selection Grade of the Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service in the Pay Level 12 (Rs. 78800-209200), with effect from 22.12.2022

  1. Mr. Rajeev Kumar
  2. Mr. Ghulam Mohd.
  3. Mr. Varunjeet Charak
  4. Mr. Pritam Lal Thapa

JK Govt invites applications for Accreditation of News Media Representatives

Govt of J&K

The Directorate of Information and Public Relations, Government of Jammu & Kashmir is inviting applications for Accreditation of News Media Representatives (Journalists, Camera Persons, Technicians)
Who can apply?

  • News Representatives

Working Journalists (Correspondents/Camera man and other categories except freelance) as defined in the Occupational, Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020 engaged in news gathering/news bureau of the news organization Freelance Working Journalists not employed by any news
media organisation Veteran Journalists – having attained the age of 65 years.

Official Notification PDF

Technicians (Electronic Media)

  • News Organizations (Print Media) Newspapers (Daily)

Newspaper (Weekly/Fortnightly)

Periodicals/Magazine

  • News Organisations (Electronic Media)

Satellite Channels (News Current Affairs)

  • News Agencies

Print and Electronic (including photo service)

  • Digital News Publisher

News websites

Eligible Media Representatives can download the detailed prescribed format which includes conditions of eligibility etc. from the official website of DIPRJK (https://jkdirinf.jk.gov.in) or its Official Social Media handles Applications complete in all respects along with required documents should reach DIPR office Jammu/Srinagar by or before 27-02-2023.

(A) News Representatives

S.NOCategoryConditions
1.Working journalists (Correspondents/Cameraman and other categories except freelance) as defined in the Occupational,     safety, health and working conditions code, 2020 engaged in news gathering/ news bureau of the news organization.Minimum 5 years professional experience as a full time working journalist /cameraman in news Organization (s) with documental proof.

Editor/head of the organization should recommend for his/her accreditation.

For accreditation on behalf of news organizations, the journalist should be working full-time for the organisation and persons working on honorarium/ retainership/part-time basis will not be treated as working journalist for the purpose of accreditation.

Documents to be submitted: Copy of Aadhaar Card/PAN Card/Passport.Recommendation letter from the Editor/ Editor-in- chief/ Executive Editor/ Resident Editor of the organization.

Bureau Chief in case of Bureau is functional in J&K.

Copy of the appointment letter of the present organization.
Copy of salary slips of last three months.
Copy of appointment and relieving letter of previous organization.
Clippings/photographs with byline of past six months.
Residence proof electricity bill/rent agreement/telephone bill/ Voter Card, etc.

Two Passport Size Photographs.
2.Freelance working journalists not employed by any news media organizationMinimum 15 years of professional experience as a full-time working journalist / Cameraman in news organization (s).
Must have held DIPR accreditation card for at least five years.

Documents to be submitted: Copy of Aadhaar Card/PAN Card/Passport.
copy of appointment and relieving letter(s) of previous organization(s).
20 clippings /Photographs with byline published in past six months in case of print media.

Clippings from in-house journals will not be excepted.

For electronic journalists, links of their journalistic work numbering at least 20 in the last six months.

Two Passport Size Photographs.
3.Veteran JournalistsDirector Information in consultation with the JKMAC members may issue accreditation card to a freelance journalist in the category of veteran journalists subject to the following cumulative conditions: Journalist should have attained the age of 65 years.
Has a publicly acclaimed distinguished career as a journalist.
He/she has been a working journalist-for at least 30 years.
The accreditation card will be, eligible for automatic renewal annually for a period of 5 years from the date of issue of the accreditation card.
4.Technicians (Electronic Media)The Technicians must be working full time with the organization, duly recommended by the editor/ authorized signatory
  • Eligibility Conditions for Granting Accreditation on Behalf of Organisation/Agencies.

1. Print Media

S.NOCategoryConditions
1.Newspapers (Daily)Circulation should not be less than 10,000 copies of 8 full size pages per publishing day
2.Newspaper (Weekly/fortnightly)Circulation should not be less than 15,000 copies per (Weekly/fortnightly) publishing day.
The newspaper should be 16 pages of tabloid size for weekly & 24 pages of tabloid size for fortnightly.
3.Periodicals/MagazinesCirculation should not be less than 10,000 copies with a minimum of32 pages per publishing day.

Additional condition: The publisher should have filed annual statement with RNI for the last three consecutive years. Documents required: (@) RNI registration certificate

Circulation certificate from RNI/ABC accompanied by letter from Chartered Accountant certifying the document for newspapers with circulation above 25,000.

Newspapers whose daily circulation is between 10,000 to 25,000 should submit circulation certificate certified by CAG/RNI empaneled chartered Accountant.

In case of any issue with regard to· certification of circulation of newspapers, JKMAC is authorized and empowered to take the decision regarding circulation certification, as and when necessary.

(A) News Organizations (Electronic Media)

S.NOCategoryConditions
1.Satellite Channels (News Current Affairs)The Channel should be a News and Current Affairs Channel having valid permission of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting under the Uplinking and Downlinking Guidelines for private satellite TV channels

Documents to be submitted:

Copy of permission letter from Ministry of Information and Broadcasting for uplinking and downlinking as News and Current Affairs Channel.

Copy of renewal permission letter from Ministry of Information and Broadcasting for uplinking and downlinking as News and Current Affairs Channel.

Copy of permission of new  Name/ logo from Ministry  of Information and Broadcasting (if name/logo has been changed).

J&K Forest Development Agency formed for Implementation of Green India Mission in the UT

Govt of J&K

JAMMU: The Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir hereby on Friday sanctioned for the formation of Forest Development Agency in the Union Territory of J&K, which will be headed by LG Manoj Sinha. The notification a copy of which lies with JKYouth Newspaper reads: Sanction is hereby accorded to the constitution of Revamped Union territory Forest Development Agency, UT Level Executive Committee, UT Steering Committee and District Steering Committee(s), comprising of the following, for effective planning, implementation and monitoring of the National Mission for Green India (GIM) in the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir :-

A. Revamped UT Forest Development Agency

  1. General Body:-
1.Hon’ble Lieutenant Governor, Jammu & Kashmir.Chairperson
2.Chief Secretary, J&KMember
3.Administrative Secretary, Department of Forests, Ecology and EnvironmentMember
4.Principal Chief Conservator of ForestsMember
5.Chief Wildlife WardenMember
6.Nodal Officer (Forest Conservation)Member
7.Chairman, Executive Committee, all FDAs (CFs)Member
8.Member Secretary, Executive Committee, all FDAs (Hq DFOs (T))Member
9.Nodal officer (State CAMPA)Member
10.Representative of three eminent NGOs of the UTMember(s)
 a. Representative of WWF- India
b. Sh. Nazir be Nazir, National Society for protection of Water Resources, Wetlands & Forests (NGO)
c. Sh. Nadeem Qadri. Wildlife Conservation Fund, (NGO)
 
11.Nodal Officer, GIM, Chief Conservator of Forests, (Planning & Projects).Member Secretary.

Terms of Reference:-

  1. To provide for overall guidance for the Mission in achieving Mission goals and objectives.
  2. To oversee implementation of the board policy framework in achieving Mission goals and objectives.

The committee shall meet at least once a year.

Union territory Level Executive Committee:

1.Administrative Secretary, Department of Forests, Ecology and Environment.Chairperson
2.Principal Chief Conservator of ForestsMember
3.Chief Wildlife WardenMember
4.Nodal Officer (Forest Conservation)Member
5.Chairman, Executive Committee of 3 FDAsMember(s)
 a. Conservator of Forests, East Circle 
 b. Conservator of Forests, Srinagar Circle 
 c. Conservator of Forests, Chenab Circle 
6.Member Secretary, Executive Committee of 3 FDAsMember(s)
 a. DFO, Doda Forest Division. 
 b. DFO, Rajouri Forest Division. 
 c. DFO Kehmil Forest Division 
7.Nodal officer (State CAMPA)Member
8.Director, J&K Forest Research InstituteMember
9.2 Representative of Scientific Institutions and Universities
a. Dr. T. H. Masoodi, Dean Forestry, SKUAST, Kashmir.
b. Dr. S. K. Gupta Director Education, SKUAST, Jammu.
Member(s)
10.Representative of two eminent NGOs of the UTMember(s)
 a. Dr. Navneet Kour, Support (NGO) 
 b. Sh. Nadeem Ahmad Dar, Director J&K Eco Watch 
11.A representative from each of the Department of Finance, Agriculture Production, Science & Technology, Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Tribal Affairs (Not below the rank of Additional Secretary).    Members
12Nodal Officer, GIM, Chief Conservator of Forests, (Planning & Projects)Member Secretary

Terms of References:-

  1. Preparation of UT APO and its submission to UT Screening Committee for finalization
  2. Technical approval of District level APOs
  3. Preparation of the annual reports of the UT GIM Ensuring programmatic convergence at the L1 landscape level
  4. Providing technical guidance for implementation of GIM

The committee shall meet at a frequency to be decided by the UT Government but at least twice in a year.

B. UT Steering Committee:

1.Chief SecretaryChairman
2.Administrative Secretary, Agriculture Production DepartmentMember
3.Administrative Secretary, Jal Shakti Department 
4.Administrative Secretary, Forest Ecology and Environment DepartmentMember
5.Administrative Secretary, Department of Rural Development and Panchayati RajMember
6.Administrative Secretary, Tribal Affairs DepartmentMember
7.Administrative Secretary, Planning, Development and Monitoring Department.Member
8.Principal Chief Conservator of ForestsMember
9.Chief Wildlife Warden, J&KMember
10.Nodal officer (SAPCC) / Director, Department of Environment & Remote Sensing, J&K.Member
11.Nodal Officer (Forest Conservation)Member
12.I/c Regional Office Ministry of Environment & Forests, JammuMember
13.Two eminent NGOs working in the field of Conservation & livelihood to be nominated by the UT Government for a period of 2 years at a time who shall be eligible for re-nomination.Member(s)
 a. Sh. V.K Katal CEO, NGO National Industrial Training & Consultancy (NIT-Co). 
 b. Sh. Ashok Kumar Tadia, Jai Baba Neelkanth Sewa Mandal Hiranagar 
14.Nodal Officer, GIM, Chief Conservator of Forests, (Planning & Projects).Member Secretary

Terms of References:-

  1. To provide for overall guidance and synergy with other programmes so that inter- dependent coordination and convergence can be ensured;
  2. To finalize the Perspective Plan for each L1 landscape in the UT and forward it to Govt. of India;
  3. To finalize the APO of the UT Mission and forward it to Government of India for approval;
  4. To monitor the progress of the utilization of funds released by the UT GIM;
  5. To work as Empowered Committee for financial sanctions and approvals at the UT level in accordance with guidelines issued by MoEF&CC from time to time.

The UT Steering Committee shall meet at least once in six months.

C. District Steering Committee:-

1.District Development CommissionerChairman
2.Conservator of Forests or his representative, in whose jurisdiction the Forest Development Agency falls 
3.Assistant Commissioner Development 
4.District Panchayat Officer 
5.Chief Agricultural Officer 
6.District Tribal Welfare OfficerMembers
7.Technical Officer, In-charge of JAKEDA (Non- conventional energy) [To be nominated by the District Development Commissioner] 
8.Headquarter Divisional Forest Officer (Territorial)Member Secretary

Terms of Reference:-

  1. To provide for proper coordination between implementation structures like IWMP, NRLM, MGNREGS and GIM.

J&K Govt forms committee for National Cadet Corps under NCC Act,1948

Govt of J&K

Constitution of Advisory Committee for NCC under NCC Act,1948 for Union territory of Jammu & Kashmir.

Sanction is hereby accorded to the constitution of Advisory Committee, comprising the following for National Cadet Corps under NCC Act,1948 for the Union territory of Jammu & Kashmir :-

1Hon’ble Lieutenant Governor,J&KChairman
2Chief Secretary, J&KMember
  3Administrative Secretary, Higher Education and School Education Department  Member(s)
4Vice Chancellor of Universities in the Union territory of J&K.Member(s)
5Additional Director General, NCC Dte JK &LMember
6Representative of GOC-in C/HQ NC & HQ WCMember(s)
7Director School Education, Jammu & Kashmir.Member(s)
  8Two Principals from Colleges having Senior Division/Senior Wg NCC to be nominated annually by Government of J&K.  Member(s)
  9Two Headmasters/Headmistress of schools which provide a unit of Junior Division/Junior Wing NCC to be nominated annually by Government of J&K.  Member(s)
10Deputy Commissioner, Jammu & SrinagarMember(s)
11Representative of Finance DepartmentMember
  12Any other member to be referred by the Hon’ble Lieutenant Governor, J&K.  Member
13Director/Addl. Director NCC Dte J&K and LadakhMember Secretary

Terms of reference :

  • To make recommendations and tender advice to the Central Government and to the Union territory Government relating to NCC activities on the following matters:-
    • The formation of new units and disbandment of existing units, sub- units.
    • Selection of colleges and schools which should raise units or Selection of persons for appointments as officers in the Senior and Junior divisions.
    • Any other matter which may be referred to it by the Central Government, UT Government or the Director General NCC as the case may be.
  • Issue directions and tender advice to officers commanding units of the Senior Division and Director Public Instructions on the following matters:-
    • Improvement of training and training facilities for cadets.
    • Improvement in discipline in the units.
    • General welfare of officers and cadets