Results Framework Documents (RFD)

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The Government of Mizoram has decided to implement Results Framework Documents (RFD) for selected departments from the financial year 2013-14. Results Framework Documents compiled by the departments will contain, among others, the major objectives of the department, action required to achieve them, and success indicators for monitoring the achievement of department’s objectives/actions.

For efficient and effective implementation of RFD, the Governor of Mizoram is pleased to constitute a High Power Committee (HPC) on Government Performance consisting of the following members:-


1. Chief Secretary                                                                   - Chairman
2. Principal Secretary to Chief Minister                                       - Member
3. Finance Commissioner                                                         - Member
4. Secretary, Planning & Programme Implementation Department - Member
5. Secretary, Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms - Member
6. Secretary of Department concerned, if required

    The terms of reference of the High Power Committee will be as follows:-
1. To review after six months the achievements of RFD implementing Departments and if required, reset the goals, taking into account the priorities at that point of time.
2. To submit its half yearly report to the Chief Minister (concerned Minister may be routed through if found required).
3. To scrutinize the year-end evaluation results of Departments and submit the same before the Council of Ministers for information by 1st June each year.
4. Any other matter decided to be referred to the Committee.

The Governor of Mizoram is pleased to appoint Pi H.Vanlalchuangi, Under Secretary, DP&AR(SSW) as Results Framework Document (RFD) Coordinator in respect of Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms


For smooth implementation of the system, the Governor of Mizoram is pleased to constitute the State Task Force comprising the following members:-


1. Pu Lalram Thanga, Principal Secretary to Chief - Minister Chairman
2. Dr. P.C. Lalawmpuia, Deputy Secretary, Finance - Department Member
3. Dr. Lalrinchhana, Sr. Research Officer, Planning & -Programme Implementation Department Member
4. Pu C.Lalrosanga, Under Secretary, DP&AR(ARW) - Member
5. Pu C.C. Lalchhuangkima, Nodal Officer, - DP&AR(GGC) Convener

Detail terms of reference are as follows:-
    a) Conduct necessary trainings and provide training manuals.
    b) Receive RFDs approved by concerned Ministers.
    c) Ensure consistency, uniformity, homogeny and relevancy of each RFD with one another.
    d) Organize meetings with Departments to review their RFDs based on the outcome of ©
    e) Revioew half-yearly performance of each Department and reset goals if necessary.
    f) Receive achievements of Departments at the end of financial year and evaluated.
    g) Prepare results against achievements for RFDs and put forward to Cabinets.


The following Departments are hereby selected to prepare Results Framework Document (RFD) from the next financial year 2013-2014 and those Departments which are not shown below will be included from the next financial year 2014-2015.

Sl.No. Name of Departments Sl.No. Name of Departments
1. Planning & Programme Implementation 21. Health & Family Welfare
2. Finance 22. School Education
3. Information & Communication Technology 23. Higher & Technical Education
4. Environment &Forests 24. Rural Development
5. Power &lectricity 25. Home
6. General Administration 26. Information & Public Relations
7. Land Revenue & Settlement 27. Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs
8. Taxation 28. Geology, Mining & Mineral Resources
9. Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation 29. Transport
10. Industries 30. Sports & Youth Services
11. Disaster Management & Rehabilitation 31. Public Health Engineering
12. Public Works 32. Trade & Commerce
13. Agriculture 33. Printing & Stationeries
14. Personnel & Administrative Reforms 34. Sericulture
15. Soil & Water Conservation 35. Animal Husbandry & Veterinary
16. Tourism 36. Horticulture
17. Cooperation 37. Local Administration
18. Social Welfare 38. Excise & Narcotics
19. Minor Irrigation 39. Fisheries
20. Labour, Employment & Industrial Training 40. Art & Culture

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