RTI

Information Handbook under RTI ACT, 2005

Chapter – 1

Introduction

1.1 Background of this Hand Book:

The Right to Information Act, 2005 (22 of 2005) received the assent of the Hon’ble President of India on June 15, 2005 and came into force. This is an Act to provide for setting out the practical regime of Right to Information for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public authorities, in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority, the constitution of a Central Information Commission and State Information Commissions and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

 

1.2 Objective/purpose of this handbook :

To provide basic information to public.

 

1.3 Intended users of this handbook :

Citizens of India.

 

1.4 Organisation of the information in this handbook :

The handbook contains 17 Manuals providing basic information on the various aspects of the organisation.

 

1.5 Definitions :

 

1.6 Contact person in case of somebody wants to get more information on topics covered in the handbook as well as other information also :

(i) Shri Shakir Hussain Siddique, Public Information Officer, Central Waqf Bhawan P-13 & 14,Sector-6, Pushp Vihar,Opposite Family Court,Saket New Delhi-110017

(ii) Shri Inam-Ur-Rehman, Assistant Information Officer, Central Waqf Bhawan P-13 & 14,Sector-6, Pushp Vihar,Opposite Family Court,Saket New Delhi-110017

(iii) Shri Afzalul Haque, Assistant Information Officer (Legal), Central Waqf Bhawan P-13 & 14,Sector-6,Pushp Vihar,Opposite Family Court,Saket New Delhi-110017

 

1.7 Procedure and fee structure for getting information not available in the handbook:

 

Anyone desiring to obtain such information may submit the application on prescribed proforma given in this handbook with an IPO of Rs.10/- per application (Rs.50/- extra for seeking information in the form of CD) and submit the same to the Public Information Officer mentioned at (i) and (ii) and receive the acknowledgement from him. Separate applications may be submitted for seeking information on different subjects as information related to one subject should be sought on one application form.

 

Chapter 2 (Manual 1)

Particulars of Organizations, Functions and Duties

 

2.1 Objective/purpose of the public authority.

To advising Government of India on matters concerning the working of the State Waqf

Boards and the due administration of Waqfs.

 

2.2. Mission Statement of the public authority.

To improving in the working of the Auqaf and Waqf Boards and to advice Government of India for law making accordingly.

 

2.3 Brief history and context of its formation.

The Central Waqf Council a Statutory Body came into existence in December, 1964 by amendment to the Waqf Act, 1954 i.e. by insertion of Chapter II (A) (Section 8A, B.C. & D.). Prior to the setting up of the Central Waqf Council there was Central Waqf Advisory Board. The status of the Central Waqf Council continues as such in terms of the Section 9 of Chapter III of the Waqf Act, 1995.

 

2.4 Duties of the public authority.

The main objective of the Central Waqf Council is to advise the Government of India on matters concerning the working of the Waqf Boards and the due administration of Auqaf in the country. Beside that the important issues affecting the community especially those pertaining to religious matters/Islamic affairs like administration of Mosques, Dargahs and proper management of properties are also considered by the Council/its Committees. Whenever matters of general interest regarding management of Auqaf in States to be taken up at the level of the Central Government are generally referred to the Central Waqf Council.

 

2.5 Main activities/functions of the public authority.

The Council consists of Chairperson who is the Union Minister Incharge of Auqaf and such other members not exceeding 20 in numbers appointed by Government of India as stipulated in the Act. The Council meets to advice on various issues related to the Waqf affairs in the country and also participates in the development process by way of implementing the scheme for the development of Waqf properties and various educational programmes. The details are as under:

 

  1. A) DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN WAQF PROPERTIES

With a view to protect vacant Waqf land from encroachers and to develop it on commercial lines for generating more income in an order to widen the scope for welfare activities, Central Waqf Council has been implementing this scheme since 1974-75 with yearly grant-in-aid from the Central Government. Under the Scheme, loan is extended to various Waqf Institutions in the country for taking up economically viable buildings on the Waqf land such as commercial complex, marriage halls, hospitals, cold storage etc. For this, the Central Government has released a total grant-in-aid amounting to Rs.36 crores 97.88 lakhs only, since September 1974 to March, 2012 and in turn the Central Waqf Council has extended loan to 133 projects approved by the Council as well as by the Government of India. Out of these 133 projects, 75 projects have been completed and are yielding income. The loan amount is repaid to the Council by the loanee institutions in easy instalments forms a Revolving Fund, which is again utilized for giving loans up to Rs.20 lakhs to the Minor Development Projects on Wakf properties. Under this Scheme, the Council had released a sum of Rs.5 crores 4.14 lakhs to 90 projects upto 31.3.2012 out of which 68 projects have been completed.

Therefore, with the total grant-in-aid of Rs.36 crores 97.88 lakhs received by the Council, it has been able to get 143 projects completed.

The grant-in-grant received by the Central Waqf Council is released to the loanee Waqfs in the form of interest free loans for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties while the Council bears the entire expenditure on the staff working in the Scheme as well as other expenses on paper, postage etc. Against this service rendered by the Council, it puts two conditions on the loanee Waqf institutions i.e. (i) they would pay 4% donation on the outstanding loan to the Education Fund for the Educational Scheme of the Council meant for educational upliftment of the poor Muslims; (ii) after the repayment of the loan, they would spend 40% of their enhanced income on the education of the Muslims particularly on the technical education.

 

  1. B) EDUCTIONAL SCHEME

The 4% donation received from loanee Waqfs on the outstanding loan for Development of Urban Waqf Properties, as well as the interest accrued on the Bank deposits of the Revolving Fund from the Education Fund of the Council. This fund is utilized for implementing the following programmes;

  1. i) Matching Grant to the State Waqf Boards for providing scholarship in their respective States to the students of higher secondary, Madarsa students and to the students doing Technical/Professional Diploma Courses;
  2. ii) Grant for the establishment of I.T.I.s in the Muslim concentrated areas;

iii) Financial assistance to Voluntary Organizations for Vocational Training Centres;

  1. iv) Financial assistance to Libraries for developing Book Bank;

 

 

Till 2007 – 2008, the Central Waqf Council had programme of scholarship for the student of technical/professional degree courses also. Similarly, it was giving ad-hoc grant to the students of general degree courses. Upto March 31, 2008, 12,952 scholarships were issued by the Council to the students of technical degree courses like, MBBS, BUMS, BAMS, B.Tech and B.Sc. (Agr.) etc. Similarly, in 6366 cases “Ad-hoc” grant were given to poor and needy students of general degree courses. The Scholarship/Ad-hoc grant of the Council has been discontinued. Now for all type of scholarship, please visit the website of the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

Under the programme of vocational training, 628 Voluntary Organizations/Technical Institutes have been assisted. Similarly, under the scheme for setting up I.T.Is., upto March 31, 2012 the Central Waqf Council has established twenty two (22) I.T.Is. in the Muslim concentrated areas.

 

2.6 List of services being provided by the public authority with a brief write-up on them.

– Takes up the issues of encroachment with the State Waqf Boards and State Government concerned. The office of the Council receives various complaints from all parts of the country regarding encroachment, mismanagement of the Waqf and takes up the issue with the concerned State Government/State Waqf Board.

– Co-ordinates with the Central Government for implementation of the Waqf Act, 1995 and its provision in all respect. The Waqf Act, 1995 came into effect from 1st January, 1996. The office of the Central Waqf Council monitors, co-ordinates and advises to the State Waqf Boards/State Governments to implement the Act.

– Discusses the issues related to the Waqfs in its general meeting and to advice the Government accordingly. The Council receives various issues related to the Waqf affairs, management of Dargah etc. and it examine the cases in its general meeting.

 

2.7 Organizational Structure Diagram at various levels namely State, directorate, region district, block etc. (whichever is applicable).

The organization is based in Delhi only and has no regional office anywhere in the country.

2.8 Expectation of the public authority from the public for enhancing its effectiveness and efficiency.

Public awareness and local initiative is required for the protection and development of Waqf properties.

 

2.9 Arrangements and methods made for seeking public participation/contribution.

The objective of the organization and its duties have been circulated and publicized by various mode throughout the country.

 

2.10 Mechanism available for monitoring the service delivery and public grievance resolution.

The Action Taken Report (ATR) are mentioned by the Sub-Committees of the Council and if any grievance from the public, the case is looked by the concerned Committee for appropriate action.

 

2.11 Address of the main office and other offices at different levels. (Please categorize the address district wise for facilitating the understanding by the user).

Central Waqf Bhawan,

Central Waqf Council

P-13 & 14,Sector-6 ,

Pushp Vihar,

Opposite Family Court,

Saket New Delhi-110017

Fax: (011) 29562146,47

Website: www.centralwakfcouncil.org

 

2.12 Morning hours of the office: 9.30 a.m. (Monday to Friday)

Closing hours of the office: 6.00 p.m.

 

 

Chapter – 3(Manual – 2)

Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees

 

3.1 Please provide details of the powers and duties of officers and employees of the

organization

 

Designation Secretary, Central Waqf Council
Powers Administrative 1 The Secretary is the Chief Executive Officer of the Central Waqf Council who shall exercise powers of control, supervision and management over the office and staff of the Council.
2 The Council shall, from time to time, and on the recommendation of the Secretary, create such posts as are necessary for the efficient performance of the functions of the Council.
3 The Secretary shall make appointments to the posts in the category of Lower Division Clerk or its equivalent and below. As an appointing authority of the employees of the Council, he shall also be disciplinary authority and shall be competent to impose all kinds of punishments including dismissal as per the Central Government Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965, as amended from time to time.
4 The Secretary shall in respect of all the staff of the Council under his control and supervision, have the power to sanction (i) increment; (ii) leave; (iii) allowances and advances; admissible to the Government employees.
Financial 1 The Secretary may sanction a recurring/nonrecurring expenditure upto Rs.25,000 (Rupees Twenty Five thousand only) .
2 The Secretary or in his absence an officer subordinate to him, if so authorized, may draw cheques for the sanctioned expenditure.
3 The officer, so authorized by the Secretary, may supervise the maintenance of all registers in the Council’s office and certify the entries made therein.
Duties 1 The Secretary shall give effect to the decisions of, and carry out the instructions that may, from time to time, be given by the Council or the Chairperson:

Provided that when the Council is in the process of reconstitution or unable to meet for reasons beyond its control, the Secretary may seek orders or approval of the Chairperson on an urgent matter:

Provided further that all such orders or approval of the Chairperson shall be placed before the Council for its decision, as soon as the Council meets.

2 The Secretary shall ensure that all the records of the Council are properly maintained.
3 The Secretary shall be responsible for presentation of the Annual Statement of Accounts of the Council duly authenticated in the proper form to the Auditor appointed by the Central Government for this purpose.
4 The members of the Council shall intimate the change of his address, if any, to the Secretary of the Council who shall cause to make the entry in the roll of members.
5 The recommendation or decisions of the Committee shall be placed before the Council for its approval:

Provided that when the Council is not holding its meeting, the recommendation or decision shall be placed before the Chairperson by the Secretary of the Council and the Chairperson shall inform the Council of the recommendations or decisions taken in view thereof to the Council as soon as the Council meets:

Provided further that if the Council is unable to meet for reasons beyond its control, the Secretary of the Council may submit the matter falling within the purview of such Committee directly to the Chairperson for directions:

Provided also that all decisions taken by the Chairperson either on the recommendation of a Committee or otherwise shall be ratified forthwith by the Council.

6 An agenda for every meeting of the Council shall be prepared by the Secretary with the approval of the Chairperson and shall be circulated to the members.
7 The minutes of the meeting shall be recorded by the Secretary and circulated to the members, as early as possible, after approval by the Chairperson.
8 The Secretary shall receive all payments to the fund and pass receipt on behalf of the Council.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter – 3(Manual – 2)

Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees

 

3.1 Please provide details of the powers and duties of officers and employees of the

organization

 

Designation Development Officer, Central Waqf Council
Powers Administrative 1 Supervision of the staff working in the Development Section
Financial 1 Co-signatory in the Bank
2 Supervision of the Development Fund

 

Duties 1 Section incharge of the Scheme for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties
2 Section incharge of the Educational Scheme
3 Section incharge of disbursement and recovery of loan
4 Section incharge of disbursement of Educational Grants
5 Maintenance of the Accounts of the Development Fund of the Council

 

 

 

 

Chapter – 4 (Manual – 3)

Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records, for Discharging Functions

 

4.1

Name/title of the document : Central Waqf Council Rules, 1998 Type of the document
Rules
 

 

Brief Write-up on the Document

 

 

 

 

 

 

In exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-section (1) &(2) of Section 12 of the Waqf Act, 1995 (43 of 1995), the Central Government had made the rules entitled as above to facilitate the functions of the Central Waqf Council

From where one can get a copy of rules : It has been published by the Government of India as well as many other publishers who publish law books and is readily available in all the bookshops where law books are being sold. In Delhi, it is available with many book sellers including (1) Commercial Law Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 151-Rajendra Market, opp. Tees Hazari Courts, Delhi-110054

Tele No.011- 23947862

Fax No.011-23947863

Email: commercialhouse @ yahoo.co.in

Website: www.lawbooks.com

(2) Jain Book Agency, C-9, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001

Tele No. 011-23416390

Fax No.011-23731117

 

Fee charged by the department for

a copy of rules :

The above can be purchased from any shop selling law books

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter – 5 (Manual – 4)

Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policies or implementation thereof

 

Formulation of Policy

5.1 As per the provision of Section 9(1), the Central Government establishes the Central Waqf Council for the purpose of advising it on the matters concerning the working of the Waqf Boards and the due administration of Auqaf, which under Section 9(2) consists of the following :

(a) The Union Minister Incharge of Waqf – Ex-officio Chairperson

(b) The following members to be appointed by the Central Government from amongst Muslims, namely :

(i) three persons to represent Muslim organizations having all India character and national importance;

(ii) four persons of national eminence one each from the fields of administration or management, financial management,engineering or architecture and medicine.

(iii) three Members of Parliament of whom two shall be from House of the Peoples and one from the Council of States;

(iv) Chairpersons of three Boards by rotation;

(v) two persons who have been Judges of Supreme Court or High Court;

(vi) one advocate of national eminence;

(vii) one person to represent the Mutawallis of the Waqfs having a gross annual income of rupees five lakhs and above;

(viii) three persons who are eminent scholars in Muslim law.

 

The above body constituted under Section 9 is the competent body representing various sections of the Muslim community to advise the Government of India on the matters concerning the working of the Waqf Boards and due administration of Wakfs. Apart from the above, there is no provision to seek direct consultation/participation of public or representative for formulation of policies.

 

Implementation of Policies

5.2 There is no provision to seek consultation/participation of public or its representatives for implementation of the policies as the purpose of the Council is to advise the Government of India on the matters concerning the working of the Waqf Boards and due administration of Auqaf. Moreover, under Section 7 of the Central Waqf Council Rules, 1998, the Secretary to the Council, who is the Chief Executive Officer of the Council, gives effect to the decisions of and carries out the instructions that may, from time to time, be given by the Council or the Chairperson:

Provided that when the Council is in the process of reconstitution or unable to meet for reasons beyond its control, the Secretary may seek the orders or approval of the Chairperson on an urgent matter;

Provided further that all such orders or approval of the Chairperson shall be placed before the Council for its decision, as soon as the Council meets.

 

Chapter – 6 (Manual – 5)

Statement of the categories of documents which are held by it or under its control

 

 

Sl.

No.

Category of the document Name of the document Procedure to obtain the document Held by
1. Minutes of the meetings of the Central Waqf Council and its Committees By submission of application on prescribed format Shri Inam-Ur-Rehman, Accountant
2. Gazette Notification related to Council -do- -do-
3. Documents/information related to staff of the Council -do- -do-
4. Documents related to loan disbursed under the Scheme for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties and its recoveries -do- Shri Shakir Hussain Siddique, Assistant Development
5. Documents related to the scholarship and grants released under the Educational Programme of the Council -do- Shri Shakir Hussain Siddique, Assistant Development

 

 

 

Chapter – 7 (Manual – 6)

 

A statement of Board, Council Committees and other bodies constituted as its part

 

7.1. Please provide information on Boards, Councils, Committees and Other Bodies related to the public authority in the following format:

 

Name and address of the Affiliated Body.

Central Waqf Council under the aegis of Ministry of Minority Affairs, P-13 & 14 ,Sector-6,Pushp Vihar,Opposite Family Court ,Saket  110 017

 

Type of Affiliated Body (Board, Council, Committees, Other Bodies)

Statutory

 

Brief Introduction of the Affiliated Body (Establishment Year, Objective / Main Activities)

The Central Waqf Council a Statutory body came into existence in December, 1964 by amendment to the Waqf Act, 1954 i.e. by insertion of Chapter 11(A) (Section 8A, B. C. & D.). Prior to the setting up of the Central Wakf Council there was a Central Waqf Advisory Council. The status of the Central Waqf Council continues as such in terms of the Section 9 of Chapter III of the Waqf Act, 1995. The main objective of the Central Waqf Council is to advise the Government of India on matters concerning the working of Wakf Boards and the due administration of Waqfs in the country. Beside that the important issues affecting the community especially those pertaining to religious matters/Islamic affairs like administration of Mosques, Dargahs and proper management of properties are also considered by the Council/its Committees. Whenever matters of general interest regarding management of Auqaf in States to be taken up at the level of the Central Government are generally referred to the Central Waqf Council. Besides its advisory role it also participates in the development process by way of implementing the scheme for the development of Waqf properties and various educational programmes.

 

Role of the Affiliated Body (Advisory/Managing/Executive/Others)

Advisory

Structure and Member Composition

Chairperson and 20 members

Head of the Body

Union Minister, Ministry of Minority Affairs

Address of main office and its Branches

P-13 & 14 ,Sector-6,Pushp Vihar,Opposite Family Court ,Saket  110 017

 

Frequency of Meetings

Ordinarily 2 meetings in a year, which may increase to 5, if necessary.

 

Can public participate in the meetings ?

No

 

Are minutes of the meetings prepared ?

Yes

 

Chapter – 8 (Manual – 7)

 

The names, designations and other particulars of the Public

 

Information Officers

Name of the Public Authority :

 

Assistant Public Information Officers :

Sr. No. Name Designation S.T.D. Code Ph.No. Fax Email Address
Office Home
1. Shri Inam-Ur-Rehman Accountant 011 29562146 29562137 central_wakf_

council@vsnl.net

P-13 & 14,Sector-6,Pushp Vihar,Opposite-Family Court,Saket,New Delhi-110017
2. Shri Afzalul Haque Assistant

(Legal)

011 29562146 29562137 central_wakf_

council@vsnl.net

P-13 & 14,Sector-6,Pushp Vihar,Opposite-Family Court,Saket,New Delhi-110017

 

Public Information Officers :

Sr. No Name Designation S.T.D. Code Ph.No. Fax Email Address
Office Home
1. Shri Shakir Hussain Siddique Assistant (Development) 011 29562146 29562137 central_wakf_

council@vsnl.net

P-13 & 14,Sector-6,Pushp Vihar,Opposite-Family Court,Saket,New Delhi-110017

Appellate Authority :

Sr. No Name Designation S.T.D. Code Ph.No. Fax Email Address
Office Home
1. Ali Ahmed Khan Secretary 011 29562125

29562146

0120 – 4335153

9810050740(M)

29562137 central_wakf_

council@vsnl.net

P-13 & 14,Sector-6,Pushp Vihar,Opposite-Family Court,Saket,New Delhi-110017

Chapter – 9 (Manual – 8)

 

Procedure followed in Decision Making Process

 

9.1 What is the procedure followed to take a decision for various matters ? (A reference to

Secretariat Manual and Rule of Business Manual, and other rules/regulations etc. can be

made)

 

The business of the Central Waqf Council is carried out through the Sub-Committees appointed from amongst the member of the Central Waqf Council. The Sub-Committees are the competent authority to take decision on various matters and recommend to the Council. The Scheme for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties is implemented in accordance with the “Terms and Conditions for the release of loan for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties, 1987″ forwarded by the Ministry for this purpose. The scheme for establishment of I.T.I.s and Vocational Training Centres are being implemented in accordance to the “schematic pattern” framed for this purposes.

 

9.2 What are the documented procedures/laid down procedures/ Defined Criteria /Rules to arrive at a particular decision for important matters ? What are different levels through which a decision process moves ?

To arrive at a particular decision for any matter, the related case is considered by the concerned Sub-Committee (Waqf Development Committees) for recommending the projects for loan, Education & Women Welfare Committee for recommending the cases for educational grants, Planning & Advisory Committee for deciding and recommending the budget and the policy matters and then it is referred to the meeting of the Central Waqf Council/Chairperson for approval.

 

9.3 What are the arrangements to communicate the decision to the public ?

By way of correspondence the decision are communicated to the concerned.

 

9.4 Who are the officers at various levels whose opinions are sought for the process of

decision making?

The Sub-Committees are the competent body for giving opinion on various issues. However, the Secretary of the Central Waqf Council and the Development Officer processing the education and development projects to be considered in the office of the Central Waqf Council may also put forward their opinion.

 

9.5 Who is the final authority that vets the decision ?

The Central Waqf Council is the final authority that vets the decision on the issues related to the functioning of the Council.

9.6 Please provide information separately in the following format for the important matters on which the decision is taken by the public authority.

 

Sl.No.1
Subject on the which the decision is to be taken. Loan for the development of Urban Waqf Properties. To recommend the economically viable projects on the Waqf land for the loan under the above Scheme and also to recommend the instalments for the ongoing projects.
Guideline / Direction, if any Terms and Conditions for release of loan, 1987 the set of which is available in the Council office as well as in the offices of the State Waqf Boards. It may also be down loaded from the website of the Council.
Process of Execution The Scheme for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties is implemented through the State Waqf Boards. The applicant Mutawallis are required to submit the proposal on the prescribed application proforma alongwith the enclosures as mentioned in the Terms and Conditions to the respective State Waqf Boards. The Board pass the resolution for approval of the scheme for the loan from Central Waqf Council and also obtain the permission of the State Govt. as required u/s 75 of the Waqf Act, 1995. Thereafter the proposal is forwarded to the Central Waqf Council where the Committee namely Waqf Development Committee examines the case and recommends it for release of loan in instalments. Similarly to release the subsequent instalments to any project the State Waqf Board forwards its recommendation to the Central Waqf Council. Accordingly, Waqf Development Committee recommends the next instalment for the ongoing projects.
S.No.2
Subject on the which the decision is to be taken. Grant for Educational Programmes:

The grant is given for :

-Grant for the establishments of I.T.I./Poly technical/Vocational Training Centres

-Grant for developing the Book Banks in School Libraries.

-Matching Grant to the State Waqf Boards.

Guide lines/Directions, if any There are prescribed proforma for each programme as mentioned above.
Process of Execution The programmes under the educational scheme may be submitted directly to the Central Waqf Council on the proforma as available in the office of the Central Waqf Council and may also be got down loaded from the website of the Council.
Designation of the officers involved in decision making The Development Officer processes the above schemes and submit to the Secretary, CWC for approval for placing before the concerned Committee of the Council.
Contact information of above mentioned officers Development Officer, Central Waqf Council.
If not satisfied by the decision, where and how to appeal The Chairperson/Central Waqf Council may be appealed.

 

Chapter – 10 (Manual – 9)

Directory of Officers and Employees

 

10.1 Please provide information district wise in following format

Sr. No. Name Designation S.T.D. Code Ph.No. Fax Email Address
Office Home
1 Ali Ahmed Khan Secretary 011 29562125 0120 – 4335153

9810050740 (M)

29562137 central_

wakf_council

@vsnl.

net

H. No. 301, Arihant Altora,

Abhay Khand 2,

Plot No. GH 3,

Indirapuram, Ghaziabad  (UP)

2 Shri Shakir Hussain Siddiqui, Assistant 011 29562146 29562137 -do- House No. K-98,

Abul Faal Enclave, New Delhi-110025

3 Shri Inam-ur-Rahman Accountant 011 29562146 29562137 -do- N-1, Taj Enclave,Link Road, Geeta Colony, Delhi-110031
4 Shri Mohd. Khurshid Warsi Accountant 011 29562146 29562137 -do- N-106, 1st Floor,

Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar, Okhla

New Delhi-110025

 

5 Shri Afzalul Haque Assistant (Legal) 011 29562146 29562137 -do- D-3/9, DDA Flat, Sarai Khalil, Sadar Bazar, Delhi – 110006
6 Shri Naushad Zafar

 

 

 

 

Stenographer 011 29562146 29562137 -do- 147A, C-II, Mayur Vihar, Phase –III,Delhi – 110092
7 Syed Mohammad Obed, Accountant 011 29562146 29562137 -do- C/o. Shri Intekhab Alam, D-140, Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi – 110025
8 Miss Raziya Begum UDC 011 29562146 29562137 -do- 1414, Gali Gondniwali, Kalan Mahal, Daryaganj, New Delhi-110002
9 Shri Mohammad Shamim UDC 011 29562146 29562137 -do- E-1, Noor Nagar Extension, Johri Farm, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi -110025
10 Shri Mohd Aslam Khan Accounts Clerk 011 29562146 29562137 -do- G-107A, GDA LIG Flats, Sector-12, Pratap Vihar, Ghaziabad-201009 (UP)
11 Shri Mohd. Bakar Accounts Clerk 011 29562146 29562137 -do- C/o. Shri Naseem Akhtar, D-21/5, Okhla Vihar, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025
12 Shri Mohd. Shafique LDC 011 29562146 29562137 -do- H.No.31, J. Extension, Gali No.8, Near Jain Mandir, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-110092
13 Shri Asjad Hussain LDC 011 29562146 29562137 -do- F-57/13, IIIrd Floor,

Al-Samad Apartment, Batla House, Sir Sayed Road

New Delhi – 110 025

14 Smt. Noor-us- Saba LDC 011  29562146 29562137 -do- C-301, Taj Enclave,Link Road, Geeta Colony, delhi-110031
15 Smt. Rehana Sultan LDC 011 29562146 29562137 -do- W/o. Shri Mohammad Shaheen Akhter, Quarter No.449, Sector-2, Sadiq Nagar, New Delhi – 49
16 Shri Javed Abbas LDC 011 29562146 29562137 -do- A/152, Gali No.4, J.J. Camp, Rani Garden, Post Gandhi Nagar,

Delhi – 110 031

17 Shri Anzar Hasan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Despatch Rider 011 29562146 29562137 -do- House No. E – 94/1, 4th Floor,

Near Shaheen Bagh Police Chowki,

Abul Fazal Enclave, Part – II, Okhla,

New Delhi–25

18 Shri Ghouse Basha

 

 

Driver-cum-D.R. 011 29562146 29562137 -do- H.No.,H-258,3rd floor(right side), Jaitpur Extension-II,Badarpur,N.D.-44
19 Shri Ayyub Ahmad Driver-cum-D. R. 011 29562146 29562137 -do- A1/52, Nehru Market, Badarpur,New Delhi
20 Shri Mohd. Farman Daftary 011 29562146 29562137 -do- C/o Maulana Shakeel Ahmed, Rehmani Masjid Madarsa, Sarai Peepalthala, D – Block,

Bhadola, Azadpur,Delhi – 110 033

21 Shri Md.Aqil Khan Watchman-cum-Messenger 011 29562146 29562137 -do- H.No.251, Gali No.13, Bhagirathi Vihar, Delhi 94

 

 

 

Chapter – 12 (Manual – 11)

 

12.1. Please provide information about the details of the budget for different activities under difference schemes in the given format.

 

Year 2012-2013                                                                      (Rupees in lakhs)

 

Sr.No. Name of the scheme/Head Activity Starting date of the activity Planned end date of the activity Amount Proposed Amount Sanctioned Amount released/ disbursed (no. of installments) Actual expenditure during the last year Responsible officer for the quality and the complete execution of the work
1. Development of Urban Waqf Properties To finance the economically viable projects on Waqf land 1974-75 N.A. 459.05 Nil Nil 203.75 The Project Development Committee. The loan under this scheme is disbursed through State Waqf Boards to the Project

Development Committee approved by the State Government in case of each project.

2. Educational schemes Grants to NGOs/ students 1979-80 N.A. 180.00 Nil Nil Nil The Project Holder

 

Chapter – 13 (Manual – 12)

Manner of Execution of Subsidiary Programme

 

This is not applicable in the case of Central Waqf Council, an advisory body constituted by the Government of India under the provisions of the Waqf Act, 1995, to advise it on the matters concerning the working of Waqf Boards and the due administration of Auqaf in the country.

 

Chapter – 14 (Manual – 13)

 

Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or

 

Authorization Granted by It

 

This is not applicable in the case of Central Waqf Council, an advisory body constituted by the Government of India under the provisions of the Waqf Act, 1995, to advise it on the matters concerning the working of Waqf Boards and the due administration of Auqaf in the country.

 

 

 

Chapter – 15 (Manual – 14)

 

Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions

 

15.1 Please provide the details of the Norms/Standards set by the department for execution of various activities/programmes.

 

(1) Under the Scheme for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties loan is released through the State Waqf Board for the construction of commercially viable buildings on Waqf land on the basis of Terms and Conditions for the release of loan. For this purpose the Ministry of Minority Affairs releases Grant-in-Aid annually. The set of Terms and Conditions is available in a printed format entitled as Magic of Management in the office of the Central Waqf Council as well as on the website www.centralwakfcouncil.org

 

(2) Under the Educational Scheme of the Central Waqf Council, it provides grant for the following programmes:

(i) Matching Grant to the State Waqf Boards for providing scholarship in their respective States to the School students, Madarsa students and to the students doing Technical/Professional Diploma Courses based on their budget provision;

(ii) Grant for the establishment of I.T.Is./Polytechnic specially for Muslim Women in Muslim concentration areas;

(iii) Financial assistance to Voluntary Organizations for Vocational Training Centres;

(iv)Financial assistance to Libraries for developing Book Bank for the poor students.

 

The application proforma and other details pertaining to the above schemes are available in the printed booklet available in the office of the Council and the same can be downloaded from the website www.centralwakfcouncil.org

 

 

Chapter – 16 (Manual – 15)

Information Available in an Electronic Format

 

16.1 Please provide the details of information related to various Schemes which are available in the Electronic Format

 

Details of information/Schemes available in Electronic Format  

 

 

 

 

i.

Website of the Central Waqf Council which can be visited on www.centralwakfcouncil.org contains the following :

 

Brief introduction of the Central Waqf Council and its Schemes with data related to Development and Education schemes in a tabulated form

ii Names and addresses (with telephone and fax numbers) of the Chairperson and Members of the Central Waqf Council including its Secretary; Chairpersons and Chief Executive Officers of State Waqf Boards; Secretaries Incharge of waqf in the State Governments.
iii

 

a.

 

 

b.

c.

d.

e.

 

f.

 

g.

 

 

 

h.

 

 

The following Application Forms :

 

Application form for the Loan for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties including Agreement Papers etc.

Application form for grant for establishing ITIs

Application form for grant for establishing Vocational Training Centres

Application form for grant to Libraries/Book Banks

Terms & Conditions for Release of Loan under the Scheme for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties alongwith its Annexures i.e. the forms required for it

Schematic pattern for the establishment of ITIs.

Schematic pattern for the establishment of Vocational Centres

List of completed projects (both Major and Minor) under the Scheme for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties in a tabulated form providing details of the estimated cost, loan released by the Council, income from the property before commencement of the project and income from the property after the completion of the project.

 

 

 

Chapter – 17 (Manual – 16)

Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for obtaining information

 

 

17.1 Means, methods or facilities available to the public which are adopted by the Department for dissemination of information such as

 

(i) Through newspapers : As and when required

 

(ii) Exhibition : As and when organized

by the Ministry

 

(iii) Notice board : Regularly

 

(iv) System of issuing of copies : On receipt of application in

of documents except for those prescribed format with I.P.O..

forbidden of Rs.10 in favour of Central

Waqf Council

 

(v) Printed manual available : On various Schemes of the Council

as well as about the general information related to the Council

 

 

(vi) Website of the Council www.centralwakfcouncil.org

 

 

Chapter – 18 (Manual – 17)

Other useful information

 

18.1 Frequently asked questions and their answers by public:

Generally, questions are asked about various schemes of the Central Waqf Council. The Council office provides necessary information which are in the printed form. In case of telephonic query, the information is provided over telephone.

 

18.2 Related to seeking information:

(a) A specimen copy of filled application form is enclosed at Annexure-I. Separate application is required for seeking information on each subject.

(b) Fee: A Indian Postal Order of Rs.10 (Rupees ten only) in favour of Central Waqf Council is to be deposited for seeking information. The fee would be separately charged for seeking information on different subject.

(c) How to write a precise information request: It may be seen at Annexure-I in the filled in specimen application form.

(d) Right of the citizen in case of denial of information and procedure to appeal:

Anybody denied information may appeal to the appellate authority of the Council.

 

18.3 With relation to training imparted to public by public authority:

Not applicable.

 

18.4 With relation to certificate, no objection etc. issued by the public authority not included in Manual 13:

 

Not applicable.

 

18.5 With relation to registration process:

 

Not applicable.

 

18.6 With relation to collection of tax by public authority (Municipal Corporation, Trade Tax, Entertainment Tax etc.):

 

Not applicable.

 

18.7 With relation to issuing new connection electricity/water supply, temporary and permanent disconnection etc.

 

Not applicable.

 

18.8 Details of any other public services provided by the public authority:

Nil

 

 

 

 

Specimen

 

(Annexure – I of Manual – 17)

 

CENTRAL WAQF COUNCIL

(CONSTITUTED BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA UNDER WAQF ACT, 1995)

P-13 & 14 ,Sector-6,Pushp Vihar,Opposite Family Court ,Saket  110 017

Sl.No. 13

 

Format to seek information

 

  1. Name of the applicant

(in capital letters)

 

  1. Permanent Address:

 

 

  1. Present Residential Address:

 

 

Telephone No. with STD Code………………………E-mail……………………………….

 

  1. Brief description of the document relating to which information is required:

Loan to development project of Alahi Bux Waqf of Pilakhwa (U.P.) was sanctioned by the Central Waqf Council under its scheme for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties. Information related to this project such as propose of the project, estimated cost, loan sanctioned the amount released so far and the construction made so far in sq. ft. may please be provided.

 

  1. Mode in which information is / are required

 

(i) Hard copy / Photocopy of the documents Hard copy

 

(ii) Soft Copy, i.e. CD / Floppy

 

  1. IPO of Rs.10.00(Rupees one hundred only)dated 29.9.2009 of the Bank of………… in favour of Central Waqf Council enclosed as prescribed fee for the above.

 

In case information is required in soft copy i.e. CD / Floppy, Rs.50/- may be added in the fee paid through Demand Draft and it will be collected by the applicant from Central Wakf Council office in person between 3 P.M. to 5 P.M. on the given date.

 

Date:

Signature of the Applicant

Place: New Delhi

Name:

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

 

Received request dated……………………..from Shri………………………… on………………. for supply of information under the provisions of RTI Act, 2005. The information will be supplied on………….…….. by the Asstt: Public Relations Officer.

 

Signature of the Asstt. Public Information Officer/

Central Waqf Council

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

 

  1. Date on which Application is received :Dy No.

Date.

  1. Date by which information is required :

 

  1. Date on which information is supplied : Despatch No.

Date:

  1. Mode of furnishing the information : Hard Copy / Soft copy
  2. Brief description of the Information supplied:
  3. Name (in capital letters) and signature : Signature:

of the person receiving the information

Name:

Date: