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Apply for Free PAN or Free e-PAN Card (Easy 4-step Process)

The Government of India has introduced e-PAN facility is for the allotment of Instant PAN (on a near-real-time basis) for those applicants who possess a valid Aadhaar number.

The e-PAN is issued in PDF format to applicants and it is FREE. Anyone with Aadhaar can apply and get the e-PAN within 10 minutes or so. Please ensure that you have the mobile number that is linked to your Aadhaar with you to receive an OTP.

You can apply for FREE e-PAN card from the Income Tax Department website. 

For those who already have a PAN Card (via the system/old system), you can use the website to generate your e-PAN card. However, there is a small fee of Rs 8.26.

The link is: 


PAN Card la nei lo hai chun a thar e-PAN card awlsam tak le a thlawn a lak thei a nih. Income Tax Department chun hi facility hi mi vantlang hai khoma an hmang thei dinga an siem a nia. A siemna dinga pawimaw chu i Aadhaar Card le mobile number (Aadhaar address-a i mobile number i pek kha).

Aadhaar hmanga e-PAN siem theina link chu a hnuoi ang hin a nih:

Chun, PAN Card hlui ( system/old system hmanga siem) i lo nei tah i ni chun i e-PAN Card chu a inthawkin siema, download nghal thei a nih. A chunga ang bawkin Aadhaar le i mobile number i pawimaw ding a nih. Hi taka ding hin Rs 8.26 fee a um.

e-PAN siem/download theina Income Tax website link:


Pu Joseph Pauline Kamson to replace Pi Mannuamching as new Pherzawl District DC

The Government of Manipur has appointed a new DC for Pherzawl. Pu Joseph Pauline Kamson will replace Pi Mannuamching with immediate effect.

Citizens’ Initiative for Development and Empowerment wishes Pi Mannuamching all the very best with her new assignment as Addl Secy Horti & SC/Coop.

We also welcome Pu Kamson. Hope you have a fruitful posting, Pu Kamson.



Centre to give Rs 50,000 to family of Covid-19 victims

  • The Centre has informed the court that the said ex-gratia assistance will be provided by State Disaster Response Funds (SDRF).

New Delhi: The Centre on Wednesday (September 22, 2021) told the Supreme Court that National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has recommended 50,000 as compensation to kin of coronavirus victims.


The Centre has also informed the top court that the said ex-gratia assistance to kin of coronavirus victims will be provided from State Disaster Response Funds (SDRF).

Since the start of the pandemic, India has recorded over 400,000 Covid-related deaths. The second wave has been particularly devastating for the country with many deaths occurring during that period

The Centre has told the top court that ex-gratia will be given, subject to cause of death being certified as Covid-19 as per the guidelines issued by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and ICMR.

The compensation will be given also to kin of Covid-19 victims including those involved in relief operations, it further said.

The apex court had earlier given Centre 10 days to submit compensation rules for those who have died due to the pandemic. The court also asked the government to provide rules for death certificates.

On September 3, the top court had expressed displeasure over delay in framing of guidelines for issuance of death certificates to the families of those who died of Covid-19.

The Centre, in its earlier affidavit filed before the apex court, said that it had laid down guidelines for issuance of Covid death certificates.

As per the affidavit, that deaths occurring due to poisoning, suicide, homicide and deaths due to accident, among others, will not be considered as Covid-19 deaths, even if Covid-19 is an accompanying condition.

Earlier in June, the court also rapped the government for not providing compensation for victims and said that the families of those who died from Covid should get financial help, and gave the NDMA six weeks to decide on the amount and frame guidelines.

India has reported 26,964 new cases in the last 24 hours and the active caseload stands at 301,989, which is the lowest in 186 days. Active cases account for less than 1% of total cases, currently at 0.90%, the lowest since March 2020.

Source: Mint


Applications invited for Manipur ST Scholarship 2021-22

Imphal, August 17 2021: Department of Tribal Affairs and Hills, Manipur has invited online applications for availing Pre-Matric (class IX and X) and Post-Matric Scholarship from eligible ST students of Manipur whose parents/guardians’ annual income does not exceed Rs 2,00,000 and Rs 2,50,000 respectively.

The students shall have to be pursuing studies in government/government recognised schools/institutions/universities in India for the academic session 2021-22 to be eligible for.the scholarship, informed Tribal Affairs and Hills director C Arthur Worchuiyo.

The director said that the government of Manipur has started implementing the schemes under National Scholarship Portal (NSP 2.0) on Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) mode through Public Fund Management System (PFMS) with effect from 2019-20 and as such the intending applicants for the year 2021-22 should apply in online mode only through National Scholarship Portal (NSP 2.0) on the website

The online application for the academic session of 2021-22 will be activated from August 18, 2021.For both Pre-Matric and Post-Matric Scholarships, the closing date of the scheme will October 31 and last date for Institution verification on November 15.Last date for District Level verification for Pre-Matric Scholarship will be November 30 and the State Level verification for both Pre-Matric and Post-Matric Scholarships will be December 15, the director said in a notification.


75th Independence Day Celebrations at Pherzawl District HQ

Ccpur, Aug 15 (DIO): Even as the livelihood of many families has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government has not abandoned its people during this difficult times. This was stated by Smt. Mannuamching, Deputy Commissioner, Pherzawl in her speech during the 75th Independence Day celebration at Pherzawl District headquarters today.

The DC thanked medical staff and all concerned VAs and task forces within the district for their efforts to contain spread of Covid-19 within their respective village.

She said that free rice is given to all ration card holders at the rate of Rs. 5 per kg which is to continue till November this year. MGNREGA has been continued and many farmers have benefited the PM-KISAN scheme.

Assistance for treatment has been provided through CMHT and PMJAY card, she said. PSA plant at Parbung CHC is to be installed soon.

Reiterating that free Covid-19 vaccination is provided to all eligible citizens by the Government, Mannuamching urged all to come forward and take the vaccine on their turn without any apprehension or hesitancy. She added that vaccination is the only means to get the people protected from the Covid-19 virus.

“Let’s protect our forests and maintain cleanliness and hygienic environment in our villages, and protect Govt buildings and other public properties” she urged the people. She then urged the people to keep peace of the Nation by living in harmony with neighbours and strive to be self-reliant.

She also highlighted various developmental works taken up in the district such as — blacktopping of NH-102, NH-150 Tipaimukh road, rural roads development under PMGSY, NABARD’s project of Sipuikon-Tipaimukh road, improvement of Zolienso bailey bridge and important buildings at District headquarters.

90 officials and staff of Pherzawl District administration were presented Appreciation Certificate in recognition of their extraordinary services and exemplary dedication to their respective duty on the occasion.

Officials and staff of various departments took part in the programme.


5 Fresh Covid-19 cases in Sipuikawn village

Five new cases of Covid-19 infections were detected in Pherzawl District’s Hmarkhawpui (Sipuikawn) village on August 3, 2021. The Deputy Commissioner has declared the village as a containment zone after information was received from the Chief Medical Officer. Here’s the notification.





Pre-Event for Govt’s four years celebration


CCPUR, March 11 (DIO): Pherzawl District Administration has carried out different activities in the District as pre-event for celebrating completion of four years by the State Government.
Information received from Pherzawl DHQ said that the day was full of activities for the District Administration with Deputy Commissioner Smt Mannuamching and DFO, Pherzawl leading tree plantation inside DC Complex and Community Hall premises at Pherzawl DHQ from 7 today morning.
Later, a skill development awareness campaign was carried by NRLM and SRLM at Pherzawl Community hall till 12.30 noon.

The DC along with DFO, Pherzawl and Range Officer, Tipaimukh inspected Nursery and tree plantation under CAMPA at Lawibual village later.

At Thanlon Sub-Divisional headquarters, mass tree plantation was carried out by Range Officer, Thanlon; ZEO Pherzawl staff and personnel of 34 Assam Rifles. Mass tree plantation drive was also carried out by Pherzawl Forest Division, Thanlon VA, 34 AR, Police Department, Medical Department at the edges of Thanlon public playground, SDO office complex, PHC, Range Forest Office, Thanlon.

DIO/CCP No.13/21 11.03.2021