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Judiciary Complex and Court Buildings

Gyalshing

The Government of Sikkim sanctioned the establishment of the new District & Sessions Court and ADR building at Kyongsa, near Gyalshing in 2014-15. The project also included three residential buildings for the District & Sessions Judge, Chief Judicial Magistrate and Judicial Magistrate at Tikjuk, Gyalshing. The total sanctioned cost was Rs. 19.71 crore. Construction work for the District & Sessions Court and ADR building commenced in March, 2014 and was completed in 2016. The District & Sessions Court building covers 16,524 sq ft with three courtrooms, library, record section, hazzat, canteen and other facilities as per requirement. The total built up area of the ADR building is 5,394 sq ft with provisions of office rooms, conference hall, etc. The complex has a huge parking area with boundary fencing, separate approach and a traditional gate. The work has been completed within the stipulated time in all respect in utmost satisfactory manner. Similarly, the three residential quarters for the District & Sessions Judge, Chief Judicial Magistrate and Judicial Magistrate at Tikjuk was constructed and completed within stipulated day of March 18, 2016. The sanctioned cost of the entire Judiciary complex includes the cost of furniture and furnishing.

Government B.Ed College

Soreng

The Government Science College complex was sanctioned at a total cost of Rs. 5.62 crore. The college is part of the State Government's mission to establish institutions of higher education in all districts so that students from remote areas do not need to come to Gangtok for college admission and can study in their own districts. It was later changed as a Government B.Ed College. The college has two main structures – Departmental Block and Administrative Block A. Departmental Block Ground floor: There are three classrooms, a computer room, a storeroom, six faculty rooms, toilets for ladies and gents, and a corridor. First floor: The floor has two laboratories for 50 students each, a general laboratory, a seminar hall, a HOD room, technical staff room, store, toilets for male and female, and a corridor. Second floor: The floor has a lecture hall, two research laboratories, a general laboratory, laboratory preparation room, technical staff room, store, toilets for male and female, and a corridor. B. Administrative block Ground floor: It consists of a reception, bank, health centre, kitchen/pantry, canteen/cafeteria, post office, PCO/Xerox room, cooperative shopping centre, electrical room, a wide corridor, and toilets for gents and ladies. First floor: The floor has a director's room, general office/accounts (3 nos), deputy director's room, a corridor, and toilets for male and female. Second floor: A computer centre, store/book binding, library Second floor: A computer centre, store/book binding, library, a wide corridor, and toilets for male and female.

IRB HEADQUARTERS

Pipaley

TOne of the landmark locations close to the nearest town of Jorethang, the IRB Headquarters complex was sanctioned at a total cost of Rs. 7.67 crore. Located close to the river, the complex is divided into Administrative Block and Quarter Guard Block. Administrative Block Basement: It has three storerooms, two rooms, a canteen and toilet. Ground floor: There are ten rooms of equal size, one large room, toilets and bathrooms. First floor: The floor has three rooms of same size, one large room, visitor's lounge, PA room, Commanding Officer's room, Deputy Commanding Officer's room, toilets. Quarter Guard Block Basement: It has a guardroom, one office room, two rooms, one canteen and toilets. Ground floor: The floor has one Armory room, one spare headroom and entrance room. It also consists of barrack block, seven kitchen-dining recreation block.

SCHEDULED CASTE BHAWAN

Mendogaon

The construction of Schedule Caste community centre at Mendogaon, Chakung was sanctioned at an amount of Rs. 30 lakh. The centre has a plinth area of 960 sq ft. The community centre is used by the local Scheduled Caste population for their socio cultural, traditional and other activities. This building is also used as a venue for meeting of local villagers or for scholastic pursuit of community prayers or artistic pursuit. The building is single-storied RCC framed structure with GCI sheet roofing. The building accommodates a hall, kitchen and toilet only.

 

Hon'ble GovernorShri Shriniwas Patil

Hon'ble Chief MinisterShri Pawan Chamling

 

In past, the Sikkim Public works Department used to undertake all engineering related tasks. It was only in the late 80s that the Sikkim Public Works Department was restructured and specialized departments including Buildings & Housing Department were formed.The mandate given to the newly formed Buildings & Housing Department was development of physical infrastructure in Sikkim in form of buildings, the Buildings & Housing Department is also tasked with maintenance of these structures.
The Buildings & Housing Department Is further empowered to regulate and scrutinise the DPRs of mega industrial projects, Pharmaceutical factories and other related structures.
Construction is taken up under two budget heads : Residential Building under Housing Sector and Non-residential Buildings under Public Works Sector.
These two founding task of Buildings & Housing Department lends to the tangible and intangible developmental dividends for sikkim. The Buildings & Housing Department also shares it expertise and experience with other Departments for the construction of buildings under their department.
the Buildings & Housing Department also carries out maintenance and special repairs of all the government buildings which come under public works and housing sectors. The department also organises training and conducts seminars on new emerging technologies like GRIHA. All works taken up by the department are executed as per laid down procedures and provisions envisioned in Sikkim Public Works Code and Manual. Under the present Government, the manpower of the department has seen a major increase with experts on specific fields. The overall administrative structure is in the following pages.

 

MinisterShri D.T Lepcha

P.C.E.-cum- SecretaryShri R.B Thapa

 
 
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Sikkim at a Glance


Total Area: 7,096 km2 (2,740 sq mi)
Area rank: 28th
Population (2011)
• Total: 610,577
• Rank: 29th
• Density: 86/km2 (220/sq mi)
Demonym(s):Sikkimese
Languages:
• Official Nepali English
• Additional official Bhutia Gurung Lepcha Limbu Manger Mukhia Newari Rai Sherpa Sikkimese Tamang

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LAST UPDATE
 

May 03/07/2018

BUILDINGS & HOUSING DEPARTMENT

Middle Block, SPWD, Nirman Bhavan,Zero Point
Gangtok,Sikkim 737101

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