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Office working hours for the offices of CADC during Winter Season and Summer Season


NO.C.31011/1/2022-2023/CADC (G)/434

Dated Kamalanagar, the 14th November, 2023.


In the interest of public service, the Executive Committee of Chakma Autonomous District Council is pleased to notify that the office working hours on all 5 (five) working days (Monday to Friday) during Winter Season and Summer Season for the offices of Chakma Autonomous District Council shall be as shown below:

Sl. No.PlacesWinter TimingsSummer Timings
3rd October, 2023 to 17th February, 202420th February, 2024 to 29th September, 2023
1.CADC9:00 AM to 4:00 PM9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
2.CADC Rest Houses viz. Aizawl, Lunglei, Lawngtlai9:00 AM to 4:00 PM9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

All the Controlling officers concerned are requested to take notice and ensure that the timings are scrupulously followed.

Sd/- Executive Secretary
Chakma Autonomous District Council Kamalanagar

Appointment of Dg. Molin Kumar Chakma as Adviser to CEM

The Executive Committee of Chakma Autonomous District Council is pleased to appoint Dg. Molin Kumar Chakma, elected MDC of 4-Bajeisora MDC Constituency as Adviser to the Chief Executive Member to assist him in his day to day functions with effect from the date of issue of this notification.

Appointment of Dg. Parimal Chakma as DSEB President

In exercise of powers conferred under Sub-Rule 2 of Rule 15 of the Chakma Autonomous District Council (District School Education Board) Rules 2002, the Executive Committee of the Chakma Autonomous District Council is pleased to appoint Dg. Parimal Chakma, MDC as the President of the District School Education Board with immediate effect.

Newly appointed Executive Members of CADC Sworn-in

Kamalanagar, 14 June 2023: Seven Members of Chakma Autonomous District Council appointed as Executive Member of the new Executive Committee headed by Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, Chief Executive Member, CADC were sworn-in today in a function organized in the CADC Art & Culture Hall, Kamalanagar.

The seven MDCs who were sworn-in are Dg. Kalasoga Chakma of 13-Vaseitlang MDC Constituency, Dg. Lakkhan Chakma of 17-Jaruldubosora MDC Constituency, Dg. Sanjib Chakma of 2-Borapansury – II MDC Constituency, Dg. Santosh Chakma of 11-Ajasora MDC Constituency, Dg. Supan Chakma of 12-Maniabapsora MDC Constituency, Dg. Ananta Bikash Chakma of 14-Longpuighat MDC Constituency and Dg. Montu Chakma of 19-Devasora South MDC Constituency.

Dg. Lalneihthanga Colney (MCS), SDO (C), Chawngte who was invested with the responsibility of administering the oath of office and secrecy by the Deputy Commissioner, Lawngtlai administered the oaths to the MDCs.

Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma speaking on the occasion said that with the swearing-in of the newly appointed Executive Members, the formation of the Executive Committee of 11th CADC is now complete. He urged his colleagues to work for the development of CADC and the Chakma people.

“With the formation of the Executive Committee, other elected, non-elected and advisory posts will be filled up gradually in a phase-wise manner”, he added. 

Later through a notification issued by the General Administration & Control Department, CADC, the newly sworn-in Executive Members were allocated their portfolios.

Published by Information & Public Relations Dept., CADC

Allocation of portfolios to the Executive Members of CADC

In exercise of powers conferred under Rule 30 of the Chakma Autonomous District Council (Constitution, Conduct of Business etc.) Rules, 2002 and as amended from time to time, the Chief Executive Member of Chakma Autonomous District Council is pleased to allocate the portfolios among the members of the Executive Committee of the 11th Chakma Autonomous District Council as shown below with immediate effect.

Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma sworn-in as CEM of CADC

Kamalanagar, May 25, 2023: Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, elected MDC of 1-Borapansury I MDC Constituency was sworn-in today as the Chief Executive Member of the Chakma Autonomous District Council at CADC Art & Culture Hall, Kamalanagar amidst huge gathering of people representing different sections of the society. Councilors, officials of CADC, former leaders, representatives from political parties and NGOs attended the programme. Dr. Buddha Dhan Chakma, MLA, Mizoram was also present.

On 22nd May the Hon’ble Governor of Mizoram Dr. Hari Babu Kambhampati had appointed the leader of MNF Legislature Party Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma as the CEM of CADC. Dg. Abraham Beirazi Khithie, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Lawngtlai administered the oath of office and secrecy.
Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma expressed his happiness and gratitude to the State Election Commission for conducting the election smoothly although an unfortunate incident marred the otherwise smooth election.

Emphasizing the importance of 11th CADC, he recalled the celebration of CADC Golden Jubilee and said that the newly constituted District Council marked the entry of CADC into another fifty years. He remarked that the outcome of the recently concluded election was a strong message to the political leaders by the public. Two-thirds of the members of the previous term could not get themselves re-elected. This signifies the desire of the people for good governance and that they are willing to change their representatives if they do not perform. He welcomed the new members to work for the welfare of the people and fulfill the aspirations of the people they represent.

He mentioned that a MNF government is a symbol of good governance, development and responsive to the aspirations of the people. Hence, “the first priority of his government shall be good and inclusive governance”.

Another positive development, he mentioned was the election of Dg. Nirupam Chakma, former Minister & MLA into CADC as a member of the district council. He is the senior most politician and a source of vast experience in the field. His experience shall be a boon for CADC if it could be utilized effectively.

51st CADC Day observed; ES, CADC appeals for contribution for development of CADC

Kamalanagar, April 29, 2023: The 51st CADC Day was observed today in the premises of CADC Secretariat. Dg. Gana Chandra Chakma, Education Officer (P/S) who is in charge Executive Secretary, Chakma Autonomous District Council hoisted the National and CADC Flag followed by the chorus singing of the CADC anthem to mark the occasion.

Dg. Gana Chandra Chakma, in his speech, remembered with gratitude and honour all the founder leaders of CADC like Dg. Kristo Mohan Chakma, Dg. Atul Chandra Chakma, Dg. Hari Kristo Chakma, Dg. Mideya Chakma, Dg. Baneshwar Chakma and Dg. Gaur Nitai Chakma who were instrumental in getting a separate Autonomous Council for the Chakmas of Mizoram out of Pawi-Lakher Regional Council.

He also stressed that there are numerous others who had contributed to the creation of Chakma Autonomous District Council from the beginning but remained unsung due to lack of proper documentation and records.

“People from all sections of the Chakma Society including public, employees and religious leaders have contributed in securing the Council. They had a dream of having their own land in the form of Autonomous Council. To preserve language, culture and for all-round development of the Chakmas, they felt the need for a land of their own,” he added.

During the interim period of the first Executive Committee of the Chakma Regional Council in 1972, the then employees along with the leaders of the Council took the onus upon themselves to transform the Council towards the path of all-round development.

He appealed to all the Heads of Departments, Officers, Employees and others serving under Chakma Autonomous District Council to participate in fulfilling the dream envisaged by the founders of CADC.

Now, the remarkable transformation of CADC can be observed how much it has developed in the last 50 years and hence, we all have the role to play toward its development.