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Status Note On Implementation Of National Aids Control Programme (NACP) in J&K State

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ational AIDS Control Programme is implemented by J&K State AIDS Prevention and Control Society (JKSACS) since 1999 as per the National pattern mainly with the help of Health & Medical Education Deptt., and other Govt. Departments, Non Governmental Organisations, Community Based Organisations and Civil Society for checking the spread of HIV/AIDS. Project Director is the Chief Executive Officer on behalf of JKSACS, responsible for planning implementation supervision and monitoring of various components of National AIDS Control Programme in the State. HIV/AIDS Profile of J&K J&K State is a low prevalence state where the mean prevalence rate of HIV infection 0.01 %, as per various Sentinel Surveillance rounds conducted during last eight years. There are 3098 confirmed HIV positive cases in the State, 1394 full-blown AIDS cases have been registered out of which 226 Personal have died so far. 808 AIDS patients including 54 children are receiving free Anti-retroviral treatment (ART) in our Anti-Retroviral Treatment Centres functioning in the State. Being a low prevalence state, the mission of J&K State AIDS Prevention and Control Society is to disseminate HIV/AIDS awareness to every citizen of the State, especially in the age group of 15–49 years. All policy level decisions regarding implementation of various components of programme are taken by Governing Body, which is a high level committee represented by all concerned departments and headed by Chief Secretary of the State. After the Governing Body, there is an Executive Committee, under the chairmanship of Principal Secretary to Govt, H&ME Department which is also responsible for supervising the implementation of the programme. For ensuring coordination between various Govt. Departments, the Govt. has also constituted State AIDS Council vide Govt. order No. 454 – HME of 2006 dated 02.08.2006 under the Chairmanship of Hon'ble Chief Minister. The council facilitates streaming HIV/AIDS issues in all concerned departments and forge partnerships with Private Corporate sector and civil society for preventing HIV/AIDS effectively in the State. National AIDS Control Programme. The National AIDS Control Programme, Phase-III has been launched in June 2007 throughout the country. -: 107 :-

The goal of the National AIDS Control Programme is to reverse the epidemic in India over the next 5 years through integration, prevention & treatment programmes. This will be achieved through implementation of following components of the programme: For Implementing the above schemes as per National AIDS Control Programme approved action plan, JKSACS has nominated programme Heads for each division like IEC (Information, Education & Communication), Blood Safety (BS), ICTC (Integrated Counselling and Testing Centre), STD/RTI & ART. Prevent New Infections: Includes the coverage of core groups (Female Sex Workers, Men having Sex with Men, Target Groups, Intravenous Drug Users) and interventions among highly vulnerable population and mainstreaming of HIV- AIDS. This also involves scaling up of Integrated Counselling and Testing Centers, Sexually Transmitted Disease's and Blood Safety services. 1.1.

Targetted Intervention (IT) Projects – Status of Achievements: For Control of Disease among High Risk Groups (HRGs) like Sex workers, Truck Drivers, Intravenous Drug Users (IDU), Migrant Labours (ML), Tourists. Four new IIs, comprising of, two Trucker, one IDU and Migrant Labourer projects have been approved by Governing Body and will be implemented in the districts of Jammu & Srinagar shortly. 7 Targeted Intervention (TI) Projects are functioning through out the state as per following details:i.

In Srinagar one project for Intravenous Drug Users through Non-Governmental Organisations viz. FPA of India and one project for MSM (Men having sex with Men) through Non-Governmental Organisations – Peoples Social & Cultural Society are functional.

ii.

In Anantnag we have Targeted Intervention Project though Non-Governmental Organisations – Kashmir Research Institute of Educational and Solar Technology (KRIST) for Female Sex Workers (Female Sex Worker)

iii.

In Jammu two Targeted Intervention Project through Non-Governmental Organisations namely Himalaya Seva Sung and Shere-i-Sports Club for Female Sex Workers are presently functioning.

iv.

In Kathua one Targeted Intervention Project through Non-Governmental Organisation Regional Education Society for Female Sex Workers is also functioning.

v.

In Rajouri one Targeted Intervention Project through Non-Governmental Organisation – Society of Environmental Protection and Human Rights for Female Sex Workers is also being undertaken. -: 108 :-

2.

Information, Education and Communication & Awareness: JKSACS has developed an innovative State specific Information Education and Communication strategy keeping in view cultural, traditional and regional ethos of the state. This strategy is being constantly revised for bringing more and more people under HIV/AIDS awareness coverage. Radio (Including Big FM 92.7), TV spots, Jingles, Cassette's, CD's have been developed in all regional languages like Urdu, Kashmiri, Dogri, Gojri, Pahari, etc. Intensive use of print, electronic, traditional and folk media has been made for generating HIV/AIDS awareness among vast majority of population across all regions of the State. Radio has been found by CNA Study as most useful media for disseminating HIV/AIDS awareness in rural areas. After detailed discussions with Prassar Bharti authorities a special discount of 50% was obtained for broadcasting wholesome HIV/AIDS Awareness messages at prime slots in various populars programmes, which has generated widespread awareness among rural masses. JKSACS is among few States publishing a yearly News letter, depicting activities undertaken for implementation of National AIDS Control Programme in the State.

3.

Sexually Transmitted Infections /Reproductive Tract Infections Services.

v Effective prevention and control of Sexually Transmitted Dieseases (STD) is a well known

effective intervention/step to reverse the HIV epidemic. v Eighteen STD Clinics functioning in different districts of the State are being supported by

providing free drugs and consumables by JKSACS, as per the guidelines of NACO, Govt. Of India. v On the basis of monthly Work Done received from STI/RTI Clinics across State, 21701 (RPR)

test for HIV have been conducted from April 2011 to December 2011 out of which 79 people were found reactive. 4.

Integrated Counselling & Testing Centers Services –Status of achievements. 32 Integrated Counselling and Testing Centres (ICTC) have been extended to all the district Headquarters including Regional Hospital and some Sub-district Hospital in the State.

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S. Name of ICTC No.

2009

Counselled

2010

Tested

Counselled

2011 (Jan, 2011 to Dec,2011) Tested

Counselled

Tested

1.

ICTC,(PPTCT) MCH, Anantnag

6053

5924

4002

3733

5790

5790

2

ICTC, District Hospital, Budgam

1957

1956

1632

1632

2644

2644

3

ICTC, District Hospital, Baramulla

3986

3896

2976

2976

3559

3559

4

ICTC, District Hospital, Doda

1342

1319

1900

1900

2146

2146

5

ICTC,ASCOMS,Sidhra

588

507

380

380

34

34

6

ICTC Govt Hospital, Gandhi Nagar

3993

3867

5061

5025

3390

3390

7

ICTC, GMC Jammu

2965

2964

3105

3105

3469

3469

8

ICTC(PPTCT) SMGS Hospital

4970

4970

4766

4766

4141

4137

9

ICTC, District Hospital Kargil

1771

1771

1640

1640

2319

2319

10

ICTC, District Hospital,Kathua

3901

3901

4715

4437

3349

3004

11

ICTC, District Hospital,Kishtwar

1081

970

1240

1240

1424

1424

12

ICTC, District Hospital,Handwara

2108

2108

1795

1795

2447

2447

13

ICTC, Hospital,Leh

1453

1453

800

800

972

972

14

ICTC, Sub-District Hospital,Nubra

249

249

382

382

211

211

15

ICTC, District Hospital,Pulwama

2789

2789

1153

976

0

0

16

ICTC, District Hospital,Poonch

3868

3811

3200

3200

1528

1528

17

ICTC, District Hospital,Rajouri

2317

2168

2466

2466

2601

2601

18

ICTC,SMHS,Hospital, Srinagar

3034

3034

1622

1622

2572

2572

19

ICTC,(PPTCT) Srinagar

3220

2898

3102

2666

5702

5659

20

ICTC, SKIMS,Soura, Srinagar

3718

3718

2165

2135

3435

3435

21

ICTC, Zeewan Hospital, Srinagar

2404

2404

1090

1090

1277

1277

22

ICTC, District Hospital, Udhampur.

2159

2116

1761

1761

2649

2649

23

ICTC, Sub-District Hospital,Uri

-

-

427

427

744

704

24

ICTC, District Hospital, Ganderbal

-

-

467

467

1563

1563

25

ICTC, District Hospital,Kulgam

-

-

549

528

2198

2198

26

ICTC, District Hospital,Ramban

-

-

291

291

1046

1046

27

ICTC, District Hospital Samba

-

-

1056

1056

1716

1624

28

ICTC,JLNM,Hospital,Rainawari,Srinagar

-

-

2665

2665

2948

2948

29

ICTC, Sub-Police Hospital, Channi

-

-

-

-

176

176

30

ICTC, District Hospital, Reasi

-

-

-

-

1338

1338

31

ICTC, Medical College, SKIMS

-

-

-

-

3260

3260

32

ICTC, District Hospital, Shopian

-

-

-

-

543

543

59926

58793

56993

55287

71191

70667

Total

Lala

Ded,

Hospital,

-: 110 :-

5.

Blood Safety-status of achievement. Blood Transfusion services play a vital role in health care delivery system. Under blood safety various activities are being taken up by JKSACS for ensuring access to safe blood and blood product. Each and every blood units is being tested for all the necessary tests, for which necessary kits, consumable and reagents are being provided to all NACO supported blood banks on regular basis as per the allocation. Presently, following 20 Blood Bank including three Blood Component Separation Facility Units are being supported by NACO under NACP.

S. No

Name of the Blood Bank

1.

Blood Bank District Hospital, Anantnag

2

Blood Bank District Hospital, Budgam

137

0

280

0

73

0

3

Blood Bank District Hospital, Baramulla

166

128

146

76

120

200

4

Blood Bank District Hospital, Doda

131

428

274

446

126

11

5

130

470

183

654

1200

0

6

Blood Bank Gandhi Nagar, Govt. Hospital, Jammu Blood Bank, GMC, Jammu

13852

2393

14847

184

13001

204

7

Blood Bank , SMGS Hospital, Jammu

4389

4266

7094

2180

7686

3255

8

Blood Bank District Hospital, Kargil

277

0

387

0

326

0

9

Blood Bank District Hospital, Kathua

556

341

593

223

501

146

10

Blood Bank District Hospital, Kupwara

0

0

43

0

122

9

11

Blood Bank District Hospital, Leh

2

487

7

201

0

0

12

Blood Bank District Hospital, Pulwama

165

17

127

0

340

0

13

Blood Bank District Hospital, Poonch

93

0

101

0

141

0

14

Blood Bank District Hospital, Rajouri

543

43

690

183

658

120

15

586

678

948

564

768

704

16

Blood Bank, Bone & Joint Hospital, Srinagar Blood Bank, G.B. Panth Hospital, Srinagar

2

689

0

162

0

0

17

Blood Bank , JLNM, Hospital, Srinagar

91

144

78

91

11

8

18

Blood Bank, Lalla Ded Hospital, Srinagar

2730

2204

2616

1250

2534

1164

19

Blood Bank, SMHS, Hospital, Srinagar

3560

1528

3626

709

4406

561

20

Blood Bank , SKIMS, Soura Srinagar

10353

0

10217

0

9853

0

21

Blood Bank District Hospital, Udhampur

106

861

357

1065

845

771

38176

14794

42900

7994

43098

7164

Total

2009

2010

2011 (Jan, 2011 to Dec, 2011) Voluntary Replacement Voluntary Replacement Voluntary Replacement 307 117 309 20 387 11

-: 111 :-

5.1 Voluntary Blood Donation (VBD)- State profile 2009 VBD Camp Organised

Camp Donation

Total VBD collection

% of VBD total

94

3977

38176

70.02%

Camp Donation

Total VBD collection

% of VBD total

2010 VBD Camp Organised 102

3649

42900

84.27%

2011(Jan, 2011 to Dec, 2011) VBD Camp Organised

VBD Camp Donation

130

4332

6.

VBD collection Replacement 38766

7164

Total collection

% of VBD total

50262

86%

Care, support and treatment –up to December, 2010 (Cumulative) Two Anti Retroviral Treatment Centres are functioning in the State of J&K, one at SKIMS Srinagar and another at Govt Medical College, Jammu. All the requisite staffs have been posted in both the Centres and so far 639 patients including 43 Children are receiving free Anti Retroviral drugs. CD4 testing facilities are available at both the centres. Name ARTC

of

2009

the

2010

2011

PLHA Regd.

PLHA On ART

PLHA Regd.

PLHA On ART

PLHA Regd.

PLHA On ART

ARTC, Srinagar

279

67

334

79

412

96

ARTC, Jammu

1271

466

1657

560

2009

712

Total

1550

533

1991

639

2421

808

7.

Two State Referral Labs (SRL) have been established in the State one in GMC, Srinagar and another is at GMC, Jammu to counter check the tests already done at ICTC centres. The State Referral Labs also provide training and update the Lab. Technicians and Medical officers of the JKSACS, regarding the measures to control the spread of HIV/AIDS.

8.

Sentinel Surveillance: Eight rounds of sentinel surveillance have been conducted so far in the State of J&K, as have been done in the other States of India. HIV Sentinel Surveillance Round 2008-09 (HSS-2008) was started from 1st November 2008 for a period of three months throughout the country including state of J&K. During this period of time about 7250 random samples have been collected from all the 23 designated sites across the State and have been tested for HIV. Four STD -: 112 :-

samples have been found HIV +ve. The positive samples have been sent to National Institute of Communicable Diseases, New Delhi to ensure external quality assurance to the survey. As per the reports of HSS-2008, prevalence among HRG (STD) is 0.32% and among LRG (ANC) is 0.01% The analysis of data shows that the trends of epidemic are epidemiologically static and under control in the State of J&K. The Sentinel Surveillance Round 2010-11 have been started form November 2010 at all the 23 designated sentinel Surveillance sites across the state (Report waited). 9.

Information Education & Communication (IEC). This year lot of emphasis was given on HIV/AIDS awareness through folk media. Since J&K State has varied variety of folk to suit the diverse cultural ethos, the NGO's involved in sensitizing the masses were properly trained especially for imparting HIV/AIDS awareness to the rural masses - the cultural way. In Jammu 200 programmes have been conducted in different rural blocks of districts like Samba, Kathua, Rajouri, Poonch, Jammu, Udhampur and the programme is being conducted in remaining districts. In Srinagar 250 programmes have been conducted in different rural blocks of Kashmir division like Pulwama, Ganderbal, Anantnag, Kulgam, Baramulla, Srinagar etc. This process of disseminating HIV/AIDS awareness caught-up with the rural masses and is still going on very satisfactorily.

10.

Electronic Media. The HIV/AIDS Awareness messages, Spots & Scrolls are being telecasted/broadcasted through Local Radio/ TV Channels of Jammu/Kashmir Divisions. The HIV/AIDS Awareness messages are being broadcasted from Big 92.7 FM to disseminate knowledge about HIV/AIDS which is being extensively used to target youth. HIV/AIDS Awareness messages are being broadcasted in regional programmes from Radio Kashmir, specially composed long format Radio programme on HIV/AIDS is also being broadcasted.

11.

Print Media Print Media has been extensively used for spreading IEC awareness and making people aware of facilities and services being provided by JKSACS under NACP.

-: 113 :-

In print media leading newspapers, magazines souvenirs have been used for providing information through captivating Advertisements, articles & write-ups and messages specially on big events like NBDD, NVBDD and WAD. 500 copies of newsletter “Combating HIV/AIDS in J&K” have been printed and distributed. 500 HIV/AIDS Awareness Table Calendars have been printed and distributed for HIV/AIDS awareness. 12.

World AIDS DAY: On 1st December 2011 “World AIDS Day” was celebrated with the theme of “Getting to Zero” all over the State and HIV/AIDS awareness programmes were held to disseminate HIV/AIDS awareness among the people from all walks of the life with different collaborative agencies. The main function was organised at Women's College, Gandhi Nagar, which was inaugurated by Hon'ble Minister for Health, Horticulture & Floriculture, and other functions were organised at Womens College, Parades / University of Jammu / Govt. Medical Colleges, Jammu / SMHS, Hospital Srinagar. In addition to this awareness programmes were held at all Distt. Headquarters /Colleges. The world AIDS day campaign continued for a fortnight.

13.

Youth Day 2011 Youth Day was celebrated on 12.01.2010 by JKSACS in collaboration with different colleges wherein apart from disseminating information of HIV/AIDS, VBD camps were held in many places &Message of Hon'ble Chief Minister, Hon'ble Minister for Health, Horticulture & Floriculture, Hon'ble MoS was published in daily newspapers.

14.

Mainstreaming & Youth Affairs. The J&K State AIDS Control Society (JKSACS) has been collaborating with various Governmental & Non-Governmental Departments of the State. JKSACS has already trained 15850 Anganwari workers which are actively involved in disseminating HIV/AIDS related information at the grass root level. 500 persons from ICDS and 880 ASHAs were also trained in HIV/AIDS in Feb, 2011 by JKSACS in Collaboration with Social Welfare Department and NRHM. During this year about 350 AWW's received training on HIV/AIDS. The training was conducted by JKSACS in collaboration with the Social Welfare Department and GFATM-R-7, Department of Psychology, University of Jammu. 100 SHG Members from Samba Tarore, received training on HIV/AIDS. The trainings were -: 114 :-

conducted by J&K State AIDS Control Society in collaboration with Modern Social and Rural Development Institute, Jammu. 101 Officials from Central Jail & SRTC Srinagar received training on HIV/AIDS. The trainings were conducted by J&K State AIDS Control Society in collaboration with Central Jail Srinagar (Prison Deptt) and SRTC, Srinagar. JKSACS has organized HIV/AIDS awareness camps in collaboration with CMO. Doda and CMO Kishtwar for sensitization of ASHA's/ AWW/ANM's on 28th and 29th December, 2011 respectively in which 400-500 ASHA's/ AWW's/ ANM's were trained on HIV/AIDS. 15.

Red Ribbon Clubs 46 Red Ribbon Clubs were formed in various Degree colleges and other educational institutions for promoting Voluntary Blood Donation and disseminating the messages on HIV/AIDS among the youth which were inaugurated on the occasion of National Voluntary Blood Donation Day 2011.

16.

Department of Education. 36 High & Higher Secondary School including Govt. and private schools from Jammu were covered under Adolescence Education Programme (AEP).The workshops were conducted in collaboration with State Institute of Education, Jammu, GFMAT-R-7, Deptt. of Psychology, University of Jammu and Govt. College for Women Parade, Jammu. The Nodal Officer for this training was Research Officer State Institution of Education (SIE). One Advocacy workshop for principals from these High and Higher Secondary Schools were also conducted in which the principals actively participated.

17.

Department of Police Police Personnel including Gazetted and Non-Gazetted officers from J&K Police received training on HIV/AIDS. The Nodal Officer for this training was Principal, Police Training School (PTS), Sheeri, Baramulla.

18.

Induction Training One batch of 23 counsellors is under going 12 days Induction training which has been organised by J&K State AIDS control Society in HIV-TB Collaboration of GFATM-R-7, Deptt. of Psychology University of Jammu.

19.

Training Programme for Sikh Religious Leaders J&K State AIDS Control Society in collaboration with Gurudwara Prabanhak Committee organised one day training programme for religious leaders of Sikh religion, one hundred -: 115 :-

Granthies, Ragies and others were trained. JKSACS .highlighted the significant role these religious leaders can play in combating HIV/AIDS and the facilities being provided by JKSACS. 20.

Awareness camp for Trucker With the joint collaboration of Helping Hand–A–Society, JKSACS organized an Awareness camp in which detail about HIV/AIDS and how it can be combated with the help of truckers and transporters in general was delt.

21.

AIDS Awareness Programme with Tourism Departmen JKSACS in collaboration with Tourism Department organized an HIV/AIDS awareness programme for taxi drivers, HIV/AIDS Awareness seminars have been held to commemorate different events and impart training to the participants. These seminars have been held in different districts of the state.

22.

Voluntary Blood Donation Camps NVBDD was observed on 1st October 2011 at Govt. College of Education MA Road Srinagar Wherein Hon'ble Minister for Health, Horticulture & Floriculture was the Chief Guest and Hon'ble Minister of State for Health & Med. Education was also present as guest of honor besides other dignitaries. In Jammu also NVBDD was celebrated in Govt. Medical College, Jammu wherein ASHA's, AWW's & Nursing Staff participated. On this occasion Blood Donors who had made contribution in blood donation over the past few years were honored & blood donation camp in collaboration with IRCS was held. A function was also organized by Principal Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School Kulgam in the school premises where Additional District Development Commissioner was the Chief Guest and wherein students, teachers and officials of the local administration participated. A Blood Donation Camp was also organized in the school premises on this occasion. Voluntary Blood donation Camp was organised in collaboration with BMO SDH, Akhnoor, where Hon'ble Minister, Health, Horticulture & Floriculture was present as chief guest. IEC material was distributed and general masses were educated about HIV/AIDS. Voluntary Blood donation camps/AIDS Awareness Programme were organised at Classic Hospital, Srinagar by JKSACS in collaboration with Hussani Relief Committee. A large gathering attended the camp. Free IEC materials pertaining to HIV/AIDS awareness was also distributed. Voluntary Blood donation camp was organised by Sant Nirankari at Nirankari Sat Sang Bhavan Shahtri Nagar, Jammu in collaboration with JKSACS, wherein 205 blood units were collected.

-: 116 :-

A Blood Donation Camp was held at Church Lane, in collaboration with Hussaini Relief committee, in which 45 units of blood were collected. Two Voluntary Blood Donation camps were held at Kupwara & Handwara in collaboration with Al-Ameen Blood Bank. A major Blood Donation camp was held in collaboration with Reliance Media. Voluntary Blood donation camps were organised by ABVP at Jammu University and Young Blood Association at GMC, Sarai Jammu in collaboration with JKSACS on the eve of Balidaan Divas on 22.03.2011 and 23.03.2011, wherein 132 blood units were collected. 24.

Seminars:

v JKSACS in collaboration with Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK), Private Educational Institutions, Shanti Path Trust organised an AIDS Awareness programme and free medical camp at Mandi, Billawar, R.S.Pura, Rajouri where thousands of people including youth were given HIV/AIDS awareness. v IEC stalls displaying various books, pamphlets, posters and CDs were put distributed in different rural blocks of the State. v For Dr. Reddy Foundation, HIV/AIDS awareness seminar was imparted to the students who were undergoing training or working skills. v IEC Stalls displaying various books, pamphlets, posters and CDs were at Pulwama, Kulgam Budgam, Baramulla and Kupwara on in the month of July, 2011.

-: 117 :-

List of the Vacant Posts in JKSACS and Peripheral Units working in District & Sub District Hospitals S.No.

Name of the Unit where post is vacant

Name of the Post

1

JKSACS

i.

Basic Service Division

ii.

Blood Safety

iii

Care, Support & Treatment

iv.

Monitoring Evaluation Surveillance Division

and

Sanctioned Post

In Position

Vacant

Project Director

1

1

-

Dy. Director (STD)

1

1

-

Dy. Director (BS & Quality Assurance)

1

1

-

Consultant (VBD)

1

-

1

Tech. Associate (BS)

1

-

1

Quality Manager

2

-

2

Driver

4

-

4

Cleaner

4

-

4

Consultant (CST)

1

1

-

Dy. Director (M&E and Surveillance)

1

1

-

Epidemiologist

1

-

1

Monitoring & Evaluation Officer (M&EO)

1

-

1

Statistical Officer

1

-

1

v.

Target Intervention Division

Assistant Director (TI)

1

1

-

vi.

IEC Mainstreaming

Dy. Director (IEC)

1

1

-

vii.

Administration

Assistant Director (Doc. & Publicity)

1

1

-

GIPA Coordinator

1

1

-

Consultant (Youth Affairs)

1

-

1

Consultant (Civil Society Mainstreaming)

1

1

-

Admn. Assistant

1

1

-

Personal Assistant

1

1

-

Office Assistant (LDC)

1

1

-

Messenger

1

1

-

Driver

1

1

-

Computer Literate Steno

3

2

1

Divisional Assistant

9

-

9

Assistant Director (Procurement)

1

-

1

Store Officer

1

-

1

Procurement Assistant

1

1

-

Dy. Director (Finance)

1

1

-

Assistant Director (Finance)

1

1

-

Finance Assistant /Accountant

3

1

2

Sr. Medical Officer

1

1

-

Medical Officer

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Data Entry Operator

1

1

-

Pharmacist

1

-

1

Nurse

1

-

1

viii.

ix.

Procurement Division

Finance Division

2. Govt. Medical College, Jammu: i.

ART Centre

-: 118 :-

ii.

ICTC Centre

iii. iv.

Blood Bank SRL, Microbiology Deptt;

Counsellor

2

2

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech

2

2

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

3. SMGS Hospital, Jammu: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Lab Tech

3

3

-

iii.

Blood Bank

4. Govt. Hospital, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

iii.

Blood Bank

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

-

1

5. Sub Police Hospital, Channi Himmat, Jammu:i.

ICTC Centre

6. Govt. Hospital, Sarwal, Jammu: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

7. District Hospital, Samba: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

iii.

Blood Bank

8. District Hospital, Kathua: ICTC Centre ii.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

iii.

Blood Bank

Lab Tech

1

1

-

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

-

1

9. District Hospital, Rajouri:

Blood Bank 10. District Hospital, Poonch: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

-

1

iii.

Blood Bank

11. District Hospital, Udhampur:i.

STI Clinic

-: 119 :-

ICTC Centre iii.

Blood Bank

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

-

1

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

-

1 1

12. District Hospital, Reasi: i. ii.

ICTC Centre STI Clinic

13. District Hospital, Doda: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

ii.

ICTC

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

-

1

Lab Tech

1

-

1

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab tech

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Sr. Medical Officer

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

-

1

iii.

Blood Bank

14. District Hospital, Kishtwar: i. ii.

ICTC Blood Bank

15. District Hospital, Ramban: i.

ICTC

16. SKIMS, Soura, Srinagar: i.

ART Centre

Data Entry Operator

1

1

-

ii.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

iii.

Blood Bank

Lab Tech

1

-

1

Counsellor

2

2

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

-

1

17. Govt. Medical College/ SMHS Hospital, Srinagar: i.

ICTC Centre

ii.

Blood Bank

Lab Tech

3

3

-

iii.

SRL Microbiology

Lab. Tech

1

1

-

iv.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

18. Lal Ded Hospital, Srinagar: i.

STI Clinic

Medical Officer

1

1

-

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

iii.

Blood Bank

Lab. Tech.

1

1

-

19. JNML Hospital Rainawari, Srinagar: i.

STI Clinic

Medical Officer

1

1

-

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech

1

1

-

-: 120 :-

20. Police Hospital, Zewan, Srinagar: i.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

1

-

21. Bone & Joint Hospital, Srinagar: 1.

Blood Bank

22. G.B. Pant Hospital, Srinagar: i.

Blood Bank

23. SKIMS, JVC, Bemina, Srinagar: i.

STI Clinic

Medical Officer

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Lab. Tech.

1

-

1

24. District Hospital, Anantnag: i.

Blood Bank

25. M & C, Hospital, Anantnag: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Lab. Tech.

1

1

-

iii.

Blood Bank

26. District Hospital, Budgam i.

STI Clinic

Medical Officer

1

1

-

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

iii.

Blood Bank

Lab. Tech.

1

-

1

27. District Hospital, Bandipora: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

-

1

iii.

Blood Bank

Lab. Tech.

1

-

1

28. District Hospital, Baramulla: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

29. Sub - District Hospital, Uri: i.

ICTC Centre

30. District Hospital, Ganderbal: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

-

1

Lab. Tech.

1

1

-

Counsellor

1

-

1

31. District Hospital, Handwara: i. ii.

ICTC Centre Blood Bank

32. District Hospital, Kulgam: i.

STI Clinic

-: 121 :-

ii. iii.

ICTC Centre Blood Bank

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Lab. Tech.

1

1

-

33. District Hospital, Pulwama: i.

STI Clinic

Medical Officer

1

1

-

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

-

1

Lab. Tech.

1

1

-

-

1

iii.

Blood Bank

34. District Hospital, Shopian: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Lab. Tech.

1

1

-

-

1

iii.

Blood Bank

35. District Hospital, Kargil: i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

ii

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

-

1

Lab Tech.

1

1

-

Lab. Tech.

1

-

1

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

-

1 1

iii.

Blood Bank

36. Sub - District Hospital, Nubra: i.

ICTC Centre

37. District Hospital, Leh (Ladakh): i.

STI Clinic

Counsellor

1

-

ii.

ICTC Centre

Counsellor

1

1

-

Lab Tech.

1

-

1

iii.

Blood Bank

Lab. Tech.

TOTAL:

-: 122 :-

1

-

1

189

106

83

Summary of Vacant Posts SNo.

Name of the Vacant Post

1

Sanctioned Post

No. of Filled Posts

No. of Posts Vacant

Consultant (VBD)

1

-

1

Contractual Post

2

Technical Associate (BS)

1

-

1

Regular post on deputation

3

Quality Manager (BS/LS)

2

-

2

Regular post on deputation

4

Driver

4

-

4

Contractual Post

5

Attendant cum Cleaner

4

-

4

Contractual Post

6

Epidemiologist

1

-

1

Contractual Post

7

Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

1

-

1

To be filled by NACO

8

Statistical Officer

1

-

1

Regular post on deputation

9

Consultant (Youth Affairs)

1

-

1

Contractual Post

10

Computer Literate Steno

3

2

1

Contractual Post

11

Divisional Assistant

9

-

9

Contractual Post

12

Assistant Director (Procurement)

1

-

1

Regular post on deputation

13

Store Officer

1

-

1

Regular post on deputation

14

Finance Assistant/Accountant

3

1

2

Regular post on deputation

15

Pharmacist

1

-

1

Contractual Post

16

Nurse

1

-

1

Contractual Post

17

STI Counselor

25

5

20

Contractual Post

18

ICTC Counselor

37

22

15

Contractual Post

19

Lab Technician

67

52

15

Contractual Post

TOTAL

164

82

82

-: 123 :-

Remarks

Different Activities carried out by J&K State Aids Prevention & Control Society. -: 124 :-

Drugs & Food Control Organization F Profile F Workdone F Manpower

DRUGS & FOOD CONTROL ORGANIZATION, J&K PROFILE OF THE DEPARTMENT: The Drugs & Food Control Organization J&K is the Nodal Agency for the implementation of following regulations in the State v The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 and Rules Thereunder. v Food Safety and Standard Act, 2006 and Rules and regulations, 2011. v Cigarettes and other Tobacco products (Prohibition of Advertisement & Regulation of Trade and

Commerce, Production, Supply and distribution) Act 2003. v Drug Price Control Order, 1995.

Besides the Department is also implementing the National iodine deficiency Disorder Control Programme (NIDDCP) in this State OBJECTIVES: 1.

Licensing of Manufacturing and Sale Establishments.

2.

Approval of Drug Formulations Manufactured within the State.

3.

Monitoring of quality of Drugs, Cosmetics & Food Articles, Manufactured and Marketed in the State.

4.

Investigation and prosecutions in respect of contraventions of legal provisions governing manufacturing and marketing of Drug and Food Articles in the State.

5.

Administrative actions.

6.

Pre and post-licensing inspections.

7.

Recall of substandard Drugs and unwholesome Food Articles.

8.

Generating awareness among masses about their rights.

STRATEGIES: 1.

Augmentation of Human Resource.

2.

Formulation of a State Specific Drug Policy to take care of Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacosurvillance.

3.

Strengthening of Drug and Food Testing Laboratories in the State.

-: 127 :-

4.

The Department is following Guidelines Circulated by Drugs Controller General of India to deal with matters related to drug samples declared Not of Standard Quality by the Government Analyst appointed by the State.

5.

The Department has increased vigil over import of Drug and Food Articles into the State by deploying field staff at Lakhanpur.

6.

In order to Track Drugs containing Psychotropic Substances the distribution pattern of such formulations is being monitored right from depot level to the end user.

7.

The Staff from adjacent Districts is being pooled to carry-out surprise checks of Manufacturing, Stockist and retail outlets to seek compliance with the provisions governing the regulation of manufacture distribution and sale of drug and food articles.

8.

The Department is working in coordination with excise and police authorities to counter the menace of abuse of medicinal preparations which is posing a challenge to the society.

9.

In order to ensure governance at door step the Department has decentralized licensing powers and placed licensing authorities at District Headquarters.

10.

The Department has launched a Helpline for benefit of the public at large.

11.

Advisories are published in leading daily News Papers of the State for providing important tips to the consumers.

-: 128 :-

-: 129 :-

PA (PHL) (K) APA SLT

DDC (J) = Deputy Controller, Drug and Food , Jammu

ADC (D) = Assistant Drug Controller

DA = Drug analyst

ADA = Assistant Drug Analyst

CFDL = Combined Food and Drug Laboratory, Jammu

SLT = Senior Laboratory Technician

x

x

x

x

x

x

SLT

SLT

PHL = Public Health Laboratory

APA = Assistant Public Analyst

DTL = Drug Testing Laboratory, Srinagar

AC (PFA) = As sistant Controller, Food

DDC (K) = Deputy Controller, Drug and Food, Kashmir

IT

SSO

ADA

DA DTL (S)

IT

SSO

DI/FSO

PA (PHL) (J) APA SLT

ADA

DA CFDL (J)

ADC (D) /ACF (PFA)

DDC (J)

DDC (K)

IT = Instrument Technician

FI = Food Safety Officer

DI = Drug Inspector

SSO = Senior Scientific Officer

PA = Public Analyst

DI/FSO

ADC (D) /ACF (PFA)

ORGANO GRAM OF DRUG & FOOD CONTROL ORGANIZATION CONTROLLER/FOOD SAFETY COMMISSIONER

-: 130 :-

ADC (D) = Assistant Drug Controller

DA = Drug analyst

ADA = Assistant Drug Analyst

CFDL = Combined Food and Drug Laboratory, Jammu

x

x

x

x

DA CFDL (J)

SLT

SLT

SLT = Senior Laboratory x Technician

PHL = Public Health Laboratory

APA = Assistant Public Analyst

DTL = Drug Testing Laboratory, Srinagar

AC (PFA) = Assistant Controller, Food

DDC (K) = Deputy Controller, Drug and Food, Kashmir

IT

SSO

ADA

DA DTL (S)

IT

SSO

ADC (D) /ACF (PFA)

PA (PHL) (K) APA SLT

DDC (J) = Deputy Controller, Drug and Food , Jammu

PA (PHL) (J) APA SLT

x

DI/FSO

DDC (J)

IT = Instrument Technician

FI = Food Safety Officer

DI = Drug Inspector

SSO = Senior Scientific Officer

PA = Public Analyst

DI/FSO

ADC (D) /ACF (PFA)

DDC (K)

ORGANISATIONAL SET-UP OF THE DRUG & FOOD CONTROL DEPARTMENT OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER DRUG AND FOOD CONTROL ORGANISATION J&K JAMMU/COMMISSIONER OF FOOD SAFETY J&K

Details of Manpower S.No.

Designation

Jammu

Sanction strength

In position

Vacant

Gazetted 1

Controller

1

1

-

2

Deputy Controller

2

2

-

3

Drug Analyst

2

2

-

4

Administrative Officer

1

1

-

5

Assistant Controller (Drugs)

15

13

2

6

Assistant Controller (PFA)

11

11

-

7

Assistant Drug Analyst

4

2

2

8

Public Analyst

4

-

4

40

32

8

Total Non-Gazetted 9

Sr. Scientific Officer

2

1

1

10

Instrument Technician

2

1

1

11

Asstt. Public Analyst

2

1

1

12

P.A.

1

1

-

13

Drug Inspector

84

71

13

14

Food Inspector

106

92

14

15

Head Assistant

3

3

-

16

Accountant

3

2

1

17

Statistical Assistant

1

1

-

18

Sr. Laboratory Technician

7

5

2

19

Laboratory Technician

8

4

4

20

Laboratory Assistant

7

4

3

21

Senior Assistant

9

9

-

22

Driver

4

4

-

23

Junior Assistant

11

8

3

24

Gas Mechanic

1

1

-

25

Storekeeper

2

2

-

26

Plumber

2

2

-

27

Glass Blower

1

1

-

28

Electrician

1

1

-

29

Animal Care Taker

1

1

-

258

215

43

-

-

Total -: 131 :-

Class-IV 30

Laboratory Attendant

13

9

4

31

Orderly/Field Worker

46

35

11

32

Gardner

2

1

1

33

Chowkidar

3

1

2

34

Safiawala Total

5 69

4 50

1 19

367

297

70

Grand

Notable Achievements :{Jan, 2011- November, 2011} I.

FOOD SAFETY & STANDARD ACT, 2006, RULES & REGULATION, 2011: The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act 1954 and Rules 1955 along with the following Food Act and Orders have been repealed w.e.f. 5th August, 2011with the enforcement of Food Safety & Standard Act, 2006 and Rules, Regulations 2011:-

1.

The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954and Rules 1955.

2.

The Fruit Product Order, (F.P.O) 1955.

3.

The Meat Food Product Order, (MFPO) 1973.

4.

The Vegetable Oil Products (control) Order, 1947.

5.

The Edible Oil Packaging (Regulation) Order, 1998.

6.

The Solvent Extracted Oil, De-oiled Meal & Edible Flour (control) order, 1967.

7.

The Milk and Milk products order, 1992.

8.

Any other order issued under the Essential Commodities Act 1955(10 of 1955) relating to food. The Food Safety & Standards Act 2006 incorporates the salient provisions of the Prevention of

Food Adulteration Act 1954 and is based on International Legislations, Instrumentalities & Codex Alimentary Commission, which is related to the Food Safety Norms. The main features of the Food Safety and Standards Act 2006 are:t Integrated Food Law. t Decentralization of Licensing for manufacture of food products. t Responsibility on food business operators to ensure that food processed, manufactured,

imported or distributed is in compliance with the domestic Food Laws. -: 132 :-

t Provision of registration mandated for Petty Manufacturer. t Genetically modified or engineered food or food containing such ingredients infant food and any

substance including water used into the food during its manufacture, preparation or treatment brought under the purview of the said Act. t Organic foods, functional foods, neutraceuticals, health supplements, proprietary foods are also

covered under the said Act. t Provision for recall of food articles manufactured in contravention of the provisions of the said

Act. t Furnishing of test reports made time bound (14 days).

Penalties t Penalty for non-injurious sub-standard food articles up to Rs.5.00 lacs, t Penalty for non-injurious misbranded food articles up to Rs.3.00 lacs , t Penalty for misleading statement related to food articles up to Rs.10.00 lacs, t Penalty for non-injurious food containing extraneous matter up to Rs.1.00 lac. t Penalty for non-injurious food articles up to Rs.5.00 lacs t Penalty for unhygienic or unsanitary processing or manufacturing of food up to Rs.1.00 lac t Punishment for unsafe food that does not result in injury is imprisonment up to 6 months and also

with fine upto Rs. 1.00 Lac. t Punishment for unsafe food that result in non-grievous injury is imprisonment up to 12 months

and also with fine upto Rs. 3.00 Lac. t Punishment for unsafe food that result in grievous injury is imprisonment up to 6 years and also

with fine upto Rs. 5.00 Lac. t Punishment for unsafe food that result in death is imprisonment not less than 7 years but may

extend to life imprisonment and also with fine that shall not be less than Rs. 10.00 Lac. t Punishment for carrying out business without license is imprisonment upto 6 months and also

with a fine upto Rs. 5.00 lacs. Statutory Functionaries under the said Act: t Commissioner of Food Safety – State level. t Adjudicating Officer – Additional District Magistrate at District level.

-: 133 :-

t Designated Officers – District level / Municipal Corporation. t Food Analyst, Jammu / Kashmir Division. t Food Safety Officers – As per notified local areas.

The State Government has issued notifications for appointing / notifying officials / officers of the State Government to carry out various statutory functions under the afore stated Act, Rules and Regulations in the State. Food Wing t The field staff has conducted 71969 inspections of food sale establishments / manufacturing

units in the state. t A total number of statutory 1473 samples of the food articles have been lifted by the inspectorate

staff for the purpose of testing / analysis. t A total number of 209 prosecutions have been launched in the Hon'ble Court of Law against

persons found contravening provisions of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and the rules thereunder. t Penalty of Rs. 95,750/- has been realized from various offenders convicted for contravention of

certain provisions of the PFA Act, 1954 by the Hon'ble Court of Law. t A total number of 5848 New Licenses and 26013 Renewed Licenses have been granted by the

department in the current financial year. t Total numbers of 2835 samples have been tested in the Food Laboratory received from field staff

of this organization, Department Local Bodies, Municipal Corporation and other Government Departments as well as consumers. t Food Items worth approximately Rs. 3,03,240/- have been seized/destroyed by the enforcement

wing of this organization during the current financial year. Activities Under NIDDCP CELL t A total number of 1432 Informal/Household samples have been test till ending November this

year. II.

DRUGS AND COSMETICS ACT, 1940 AND RULES, 1945:

t The field staff has conducted 17345 inspections of sale establishments / manufacturing units in

the state t A total number of 1127 statutory drug samples have been lifted by the inspectorate of this

organization for the purpose of testing / analysis. -: 134 :-

t A total number of 17 prosecutions have been launched in the Hon'ble Court of Law against

persons found contravening provisions of Drug & Cosmetic Act, 1940 and the rules thereunder. t Penalty of Rs. 54,000 has been realized from various offenders convicted for contravention of

certain provisions of the Act by the Hon'ble Court of Law. t Rs. 22, 79,013 worth of drugs has been seized by the enforcement staff of the organization in

respect of certain contraventions. t Total numbers of 1133 Licenses have been granted by the department in the current financial

year. t The department has investigated 35 complaints received through helpline or in writing. t 46 Licenses of retail / wholesale / manufacturing units have been suspended for violating certain

provisions of Drug & Cosmetic Act and rules there under. t A total number of 24 unlicensed establishments have been detected during the current financial

year sealed and disposed off by the Department in compliance to directions of Hon'ble High Court in the case titled G.M. Khan v/s State and others. Details of Seizure of Consignments containing Psychotropic substances detained at Lakhanpur. S.No

Name of the Medicinal Preparations

Batch No/Name Manufacturer

1.

Codorex R Cough Syrup

2.

of

the

Quantity/ Approximate Value

Details of the Person from whom seized

Aanjaneya Life Care Limited, Gat No, 123 Pirangut, Taluka Mulshi, District Pune, Marketed By M/s Cadila Healthcare Limited, Ahmadabad

4000 x 100 Bottles/ Rs-2.70 Lakhs

Sh, Manzoor Ahmad (Driver) R/O Village Shivpura District Kupwara, Vehicle No: JK09 2559 belonging to M/s Bisma Medical Agency Srinagar

Recodex Syrup

WBI-1140 and WBI-1106 Mfg By: Biogenetics Drugs Pvt Ltd Jharmazri Baddi, District Solan (H.P) Marketed By M/s Wockhardt Limited, Mumbai

999 Bottles/ Rs- 68,200

Sh. Mohd Shafi Bhat R/o Mirgund Pattan Vehicle No: JK05A -1996 belonging to M/s Sapphire Enterprises Srinagar

3.

Spasmocip Plus Capsule

VS9553 Mfg By: Vivimed Labs Limited, D-125 & 128 Phase III, I.D.A Jeedimela, Hyderabad-500055.

7823 x 10 Caps/ 1,44,725

Sh. Bitoo Ram R/o Village Saharangpur, Ambala, Haryana Vehicle No: HR-37C-4825 belonging to Gokul Sales Corporation , C&F for Cipla Limited , Mahaveer Medicate, bypass road Channi Himmat Jammu

4.

Rankorex Cough Syrup

WBI11040, WBI1106 Mfg By: Aanjaneya Life Care Ltd, Pirangut Taluka Mulshi District Pune

999 Bottles/100 ml 50,400

Sh. Mohd Shafi Bhat R/o Mirgund Pattan Vehicle No: JK02 F-7611 belonging to Banu Enterprises Jammu Licence No: KW/4819-20

-: 135 :-

t The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 has been amended and following significant changes have been made: i.

Term of Imprisonment and fines has been enhanced.

ii.

Fine realized would be paid to the aggrieved person.

iii.

Some of the offences have been made cognizable and non-bailable.

iv.

Special designated courts for trial of offences under the Act.

v.

Apart from Drugs Inspector other Gazetted officers can also launch the prosecution.

vi.

Compounding of minor offences has been introduced.

t State Government has designated Special Courts vide SRO No: 171 Dt: 02.06.2011 in exercise

of powers conferred by Section 36AB of the Drugs and Cosmetic Act, 1940 for the purpose of said Act. t Government of India has nominated Controller, Drugs and Food Control Organization J&K as

Member of Drug Technical Advisory Board, (DTAB) vide notification Dated 8th of April, 2011 issued under S.O 722 (E). DTAB is an Apex Body constituted by the Central Government to advice the Central Government and the State Governments on Technical Matters arising out of the Administration of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act and to carries out other functions assigned to it by the said Act.] III)

NATIONAL IODINE DEFICIENCY DISORDER CONTROL PROGRAMME (NIDDCP) Under the National Iodine Deficiency Disorder Control Programme (NIDDCP), the organization has utilized an amount of Rs. 10.75 (ending Oct 2011) out of a total amount of Rs. 18.939 Lacs, released vide Govt. Order Nos.: 383 HME of 2011, Dated: 27.07.11 and 527 – HME of 2011, Dated: 29.09.11 under different components which includes awareness programmes, training programme, distribution of educational material, conduction of surveys, running of scrolls through visual media, educational information through electronic as well as print media. A total of 664 informal household salt samples collected from different areas of Jammu & Kashmir State were tested in the IDD Monitoring Laboratory ending Oct, 2011.

IV)

ITC ACT, 2003 The IEC (Information, Education and Communication) Activities are being carried out to create awareness regarding health hazards associated with active / passive smoking under Indian Tobacco Act, 2003. The assistance of media both print / electronic is being sought to reach rural / urban population of the state.

t 20, 848 persons have been booked for smoking in public places and amount of Rs. 1, 81, 725/-

has been realized as fine from the defaulter. t 19 vendors have been booked for selling Cigarette and Tobacco products to minors and a fine of t Rs. 1470/- has been collected. t 285 shopkeepers have been booked for selling Cigarette and Tobacco products within the radius

of 100 yards of educational premises and a fine of Rs. 42,360/- has been collected. t 151 No. of Cigarette packages valued at Rs. 24, 087/- have been seized. -: 136 :-

WORK DONE OF DRUG WING Jammu Division ACHIEVEMENTS Item

S.No.

3.

4.

Jan, 2009 to Dec, 2009

Jan, 2010 to Dec, 2010

Jan, 2011 to Nov, 2011

1065

1335

1890

b. Test Report Received

740

950

1404

c. Found Sub Standard

31

23

54

a. Sales Establishments

10627

13452

27146

b. Manufacturing Units

88

102

404

No. of Prosecution Launched

36

37

28

No. of Cases Decided by the Court

18

19

06

8000

6000

03

b. Acquittal with reasons for Acquittal

7

0

01

c. Convicted

7

5

05

a. Samples Lifted

a. With Quantum of Imprisonment / Fine

5.

Amount of the Fine imposed by the Court

6.

No. of Cases of pending in the Court

7.

No. of License issued

11600

17, 500

Rs. 59,000

242

260

288

a. Retail

866

765

1250

b. Whole Sale

410

271

437

c. Restricted

0

04

01

d. Homeopathic

0

02

0

8.

Amount of License Fee deposited in the Treasury

9.

Value of the Seized Drugs

10.

Complaints

62, 47, 600

58, 35, 520 1, 87, 453

Rs. 95,07,810

12, 65, 174

Rs. 24,43,256 + 110 Capsules

a. Received

124

51

42

b. Investigated

113

58

52

8

5

11

c. Pending for Investigation 11.

No. of Un-Licensed Shops detected

123

127 (49 sealed)

101

12.

No. of Show Cause Notice issued

376

700

757

13.

No. of Licenses a. Suspended

79

105

145

b. Cancelled

132

193

192

a. Retail

4232*

8588

9567

b. Whole Sale.

1294*

3659

6097

14.

No. of Premises existing at the end of year

c.

Manufacturing

Unit/Blood

70*

-: 137 :-

73/26

75 Mfg /27 (BB) / 08

ACHIEVEMENTS Item

S.No.

Jan, 2009 to Dec, 2009

Jan, 2010 to Dec, 2010

Jan, 2011 to Nov, 2011

1065

1335

1890

b. Test Report Received

740

950

1404

c. Found Sub Standard

31

23

54

a. Sales Establishments

10627

13452

27146

b. Manufacturing Units

88

102

404

a. Samples Lifted

Bank/BSC

(BSC)

15.

Violation detected in regard to DPCO under Essential Commodities Act.

16.

No. of Shops detected being run without Qualified Person / Not maintaining Sale / Purchase Records.

124

17.

Any other information related to drug side (License Renewed).

596

12

4

01

957 327 552

507

Work Done of Drug Testing Laboratories of Jammu & Kashmir

Achievements S.No.

Item

1.

Samples Tested (Pending + New)

1078

1375

1631

2.

Samples Found Standard

1041

1333

1525

3.

Samples Found Sub Standard

37

42

106

Jan. 2009 to Dec. 2009

-: 138 :-

Jan. 2010 to Dec. 2010

Jan. 2011 to Nov. 2011

WORK DONE OF FOOD WING Divisionwise Consolidated Work done report on PFA /FSSA w.e.f January 2011 to November 2011 S.No. Particulars Jammu Kashmir Total Division Division 1.

Inspections Conducted

23727

48242

71969

2.

Samples lifted

905

568

1473

3

Samples Tested

1005

448

1453

4.

Samples found Adulterated/ Misbranded /unsafe/Substandard

100

68

168

5.

Prosecutions Launched

94

33

127

6. 7.

Cases Decided Convicted— (a)Fine (b) Imprisonment with Fine

21 02 02

33 16 16 -

54 18 18

8.

Acquitted

19

17

36

9.

Fines Imposed

Rs2000=

Rs22500=

Rs24500=

10.

Court cases pending Adulteration/ Misbranded Prosecution Launched in other than Adulteration

371

175

546

79

03

82

11.

in

12.

Cases Decided

160

04

164

13.

Convicted – (a)Fine (b)Imprisonment with Fine

137 137

04 04

141

23

-

23

Rs69450=

Rs1800=

Rs71250

100

46

146

19648

12213

31861

2300

3548

5848

Rs44,44800

Rs22,55940=

141

14.

Acquitted

15.

Fines Imposed

16.

Court Cases Pending

17.

Licenses Issued

18.

Licenses Granted/New

19.

Revenue Collected

20.

Total Court Cases

471

221

Rs67,00740 = 692

21.

Total Prosecution Launched

173

36

209

22.

Total Fine

Rs71,450=

Rs24,300=

Rs 95,750=

23.

Valve of Seized/Destroyed Food Items

Rs3,03240=

------

Rs3,03240=

-: 139 :-

Progress report on Cigarettes and other Tobacco products (Prohibition of Advertisement & Regulation of Trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and distribution) Act 2003 W.e.f January 2011 to November 2011 S.No.

Particulars

Jammu Division

1.

Number of Public Places inspected

2.

Kashmir Division

Total

13776

7072

20848

No. 0f people found for violation of section 4 (Prohibition of smoking in public places)

1578

739

2317

3.

Amount of fines imposed under section 4

Rs1,08795

Rs72930=

Rs1,81,725 =

4.

No. of individuals/ Firms/Mfg./ found for violation of section 5 (Restriction on Advertisement)

-

-

-

5.

Action taken under section 5

-

-

-

6.

No. of shop found selling Cigarettes & other Tobacco products To or by the minor [section 6( a)]

18

01

19

7.

Action taken for violation of section 6(a)

Rs1270=

Rs200=

Rs1470=

8.

No. of shops found with in a radius of 100yards of Education institution [ section 6(b)

237

48

285

9.

Action taken for violation of section 6(b)

Rs33,910=

Rs8450=

Rs42360=

10.

No. of inspection for checking of Cigarettes and other Tobacco products for Health warning (section 7)

2865

1592

4457

11.

Seizure of material for violation of section 7

151 Packets (Rs24.087=)

12.

Action taken under section7

13.

No. of complaints received

i.

Investigated

ii.

Pending

14.

No. of prosecution launched

15.

No. of court cases pending.

-

-: 140 :-

151 Packets (Rs24.087=)

Public Health Laboratory Jammu Division Jan. 2009 to Dec. 2009

S.No

Item

1. 2.

Samples Tested Found Adulterated/ Misbranded/ unsafe/Substandard Found Standard

3.

Jan. 2010 to Dec. 2010

Jan 2011Nov. 2011

1573 201

1138 145

1619 202

1372

993

1417

Public Health Laboratory Kashmir Division S.No

Item

1. 2.

Samples Tested Found Adulterated/ Misbranded/ unsafe/Substandard Found Standard

3.

Jan. 2009 to Dec. 2009

Jan. 2010 to Dec. 2010

Jan 2011Nov. 2011

810 122

404 42

1216 123

688

362

1093

-: 141 :-

Different activities carried out by Drugs and Food Control Organization. -: 142 :-

Indian System of Medicines F Profile F Workdone F Manpower

Major Achievements of ISM Department:Ø Construction of Govt. Unani Hospital, Shalteng has been taken up. Two Blocks of the Hospitals stand completed and theservices of the OPD facility have been recently started. Ø Construction works of both the colleges Unani & Ayurvedic at Ganderbal & Akhnoor respectively has been taken up by J&K Housing Board and construction work is under process. Ø Construction work of ADMO Complex, Kupwara has been taken up during the last financial year and shall be completed by the end of this year. Ø 30 ISM Dispensaries are being constructed under NABARD financial assistance at an estimated cost of Rs. 19.67 Crores. Ø Land measuring 15 Kanals has been transferred by the Revenue Department to H&ME (ISM) Department for Construction of Specialized Hospital & Research Center for which a pilot scheme has been submitted to GoI for approval and in this regard Rs. 6.37 Crores as NonRecurring Grant and Rs. 1.27 Crores as Recurring Grant stands released. Ø All Divisional and District offices of ISM have been equipped with computers and Xerox machines along with other office accessories for smooth functioning of the department and ensuring accountability. Ø Construction of Additional block-Polyclinic at Govt Ayurvedic Hospital Jammu at an estimated cost of Rs. 77.00 Lacsis in progress. Ø Conference Hall equipped with audio visual facilities stands completed in the Directorate Office at Jammu and approach road leading to the Directorate is being constructed and shall be completed during current financial year. Ø A system of Professional audit has been put in place to improve work culture, transparency and accountability in the directorate. Ø A monitoring system has been put in place to improve performance and ensure transparency in the Directorate. In this regard the Directorate of ISM has made their own website and will be launched very soon. The Work done reports at all levels is accessible to everyone and made available on the Official website of the Directorate on month basis. Ø Medical camps for poor and needy were conducted in all the districts of J&K state where medicine and consultation was made available free of cost. Ø A comprehensive project proposal for creation of various posts and regularization of 68 ISM centers run on internal arrangement basis and is under active consideration in Planning and Development Department. -: 145 :-

Ø Rs. 16.00 crores has been sanctioned by GoI under CSS of AYUSH for conservation and cultivation of Medicinal plants undertaken by Horticulture Mission and Forest Department. Ø A National Health fair (AROGYA) was organized for the first time in the State which was attended by more than 50,000 people from all-walks of life. Similarly, the National Health fair (AROGYA) will be organized at Jammu. Ø AYUSH units have been established in Govt. Medical College Jammu and Srinagar and 17 District Hospitals of the State. Ø 4 Kanals of land is being identified for construction of ADMO Complex Jammu at Paloura. Ø Around 100 Officers/Officials have gone to different Training Courses in and outside the State in the year 2010-2011.

-: 146 :-

Block Wise Status of Regular Manpower in ISM Department Jammu Division Sanctioned Staff District

Block

Medical Officers Sanctioned Staff

Jammu

Samba

Reasi

Doda

Ramban

Rajouri

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancies

7

0

2

0

22

0

28

0

Akhnoor

5

0

6

1

0

0

11

1

Palanwala

5

0

8

0

2

0

15

0

Kote Bhalwal

6

0

7

0

1

0

14

0

Sohanjna

5

0

6

0

2

0

13

0

Dansal

4

0

7

0

1

0

12

0

Bishna

7

0

11

0

0

0

18

0

Jammu City

3

0

3

0

3

0

9

0

Purmundal

4

0

4

0

2

0

10

0

R.S. Pora

4

0

4

0

1

0

9

0

Purmundal

3

0

4

0

2

0

9

0

Ram Garh

3

0

3

0

0

0

6

0

Samba

3

0

4

0

0

0

7

0

Hira Nagar

3

0

5

1

2

0

10

1

Basanatgrah

5

1

6

0

1

1

12

2

10

1

13

0

1

1

24

2

Magalta

4

0

3

0

1

1

8

1

Tikre

3

0

2

0

1

0

6

0

Chenani

5

0

5

0

4

0

14

0

Katra

2

1

3

0

0

0

5

1

Reasi

3

1

6

3

0

0

9

4

Pouni

3

0

3

0

2

1

8

1

Mahore

8

4

7

1

1

1

16

6

Ghat

8

0

10

2

4

0

22

2

Assar

7

0

10

3

4

0

21

3

11

0

14

1

2

0

27

1

Gundoh

5

2

5

0

1

0

11

2

Kishtwar

16

0

17

5

8

1

41

6

Dachian

3

0

1

1

2

0

6

1

Padder

2

0

1

0

1

1

4

1

Batote

8

0

8

5

1

0

17

5

Banihal

5

0

5

3

3

1

13

4

Ukheral

2

0

3

2

1

1

6

3

Dharhal

7

0

8

2

3

0

18

2

Kandi

2

1

1

0

1

0

4

1

Bhaderwah

Kishtwar

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Nursing Orderly

Govt. Ayurvedic Hospital Jammu

Ramnagar Udhampur

Total

Pharmacist

-: 147 :-

Sanctioned Staff District

Block

Medical Officers Sanctioned Staff

Poonch

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Nursing Orderly

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancies

Sunder Bani

5

0

5

1

2

0

12

1

Nowshara

8

0

5

2

2

0

15

2

Mandi

8

1

7

0

5

1

20

2

Suran Kote

3

0

3

0

1

0

7

0

Mandhar

7

1

5

1

4

2

16

4

10

0

13

5

1

0

24

5

Hera Nagar

7

1

9

1

2

0

18

2

Bani

4

0

3

0

2

1

9

1

Basohli

4

0

6

2

0

0

10

2

Billwar

17

0

16

2

4

0

37

2

Parole

Kathua

Total

Pharmacist

-: 148 :-

Block Wise Status of Regular Manpower in ISM Department Kashmir Division Sanctioned Staff District

Pulwama

Shopian

Kupwara

Budgam

Srinagar

Ganderbal

Block

Medical Officers

Pharmacist

Total Nursing Orderly

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancies

Pulwama

6

0

10

0

4

0

20

0

Pampora

5

1

7

0

3

0

15

1

Tral

3

0

3

0

1

0

7

0

Shopian

8

0

13

2

0

0

21

2

Keller

1

0

2

0

1

1

4

1

Tangdar

4

1

7

0

0

0

11

1

Kralpora

4

0

6

2

0

0

10

2

Trehgam

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

0

Kupwara

2

0

4

0

1

0

7

0

Sogam

2

0

4

1

2

0

8

1

Handwara

1

0

1

0

1

0

3

0

Langate

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

0

Zachaldar

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

0

Willgam

2

0

4

0

1

0

7

0

Chattergam

2

0

4

0

1

0

7

0

Soibugh

2

0

4

0

2

1

8

1

Chariesharief

2

0

4

0

1

0

7

0

Magam

3

0

6

0

0

0

9

0

Beerwah

3

0

6

1

2

0

11

1

Nagam

4

0

8

0

1

0

13

0

Khag

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

0

Chadora

4

0

7

1

1

0

12

1

Khan Sahab

1

0

2

0

1

0

4

0

Budgam

4

0

8

0

1

0

13

0

Hazratbal

5

0

11

0

2

0

18

0

Khanyar

3

0

5

0

2

0

10

0

Zadibal

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

0

Lal Mandi

4

0

8

0

1

0

13

0

Batamaloo

2

0

3

0

1

0

6

0

Kangan

5

0

10

0

1

0

16

0

-: 149 :-

Sanctioned Staff District

Anantnag

Kulgam

Baramulla

Bandipora

Block

Medical Officers

Pharmacist

Total Nursing Orderly

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancy

Sanctioned Staff

Vacancies

Lar

1

0

1

0

1

0

3

0

Wakoora

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ganderbal

4

0

6

0

3

0

13

0

Shangus

2

0

4

0

1

0

7

0

Achhabal

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

0

Shan gas

1

0

2

0

1

0

4

0

Mattan

3

0

5

0

2

0

10

0

Bijbehara

3

0

5

0

1

0

9

0

Qaimoh

1

0

1

0

0

0

2

0

Qauzigund

5

0

9

0

0

0

14

0

Verinag

2

0

2

0

0

0

4

0

Larnoo

5

2

6

1

2

0

13

3

Achabal

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

0

Kulgam

5

0

7

0

2

0

14

0

D.H. Pora

5

0

8

1

0

0

13

1

Qazigund

2

0

2

0

1

0

5

0

Yaripora

2

0

2

0

0

0

4

0

DH Sheeri

2

0

3

0

1

0

6

0

Uri

1

0

2

0

1

1

4

1

Boniyar

3

0

6

1

1

0

10

1

Sheeri

2

0

4

1

1

0

7

1

Kreeri

7

0

14

0

4

1

25

1

Sopore

4

0

8

2

1

0

13

2

Rohama

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

0

Dangiwacha

2

0

4

2

0

0

6

2

Pattan

3

0

4

0

2

1

9

1

Kunzeer

2

0

4

0

1

0

7

0

Tangmarg

3

0

6

0

0

0

9

0

Bandipora

8

0

12

0

0

0

20

0

Hajin

6

0

9

2

1

0

16

2

-: 150 :-

Unani Hospital Shalteng, Srinagar.

Government Ayurvedic Hospital, Jammu.

One Day Awareness Programme at J&K Police Auditorium Jammu on 30th March 2011. -: 151 :-