HEALTH SECTION: The sanitation section constitutes of the Health Superintendent, one Sanitary Inspector for military conservancy and one Sanitary Inspector for civil conservancy, 4 no’s of Sanitary Jamadars for supervising safaiwalas on day to day work and 104 no’s of Safaiwalas on the sanctioned strength of establishment. 83 safaiwalas are on the roll of the Military Conservancy, 4 in Hospital establishment and 17 in Civil Conservancy. Furthermore, 8 no’s of conservancy vehicles is on road for day to day conservancy work and 1 no. of sewage tanker vehicle is used for desludging of septic tanks.

MISSION ZERO GARBAGE: Door to door collection and segregation of garbage into six types to achieve 100% segregation. Waste shredding and waste balling machine have been erected at Compost Yard, Wellington in order to manage the solid waste. Onsite Composting has been erected at nine locations under decentralized manner for conversion of degradable waste into manure.

ODF: The Cantonment Board, Wellington consists of 49 no’s of toilets (38 community toilets, 11 public toilets and 1 urinal). Further, it has been declared as ODF as on 20.08.2019 and has self declared itself as ODF+ as on August, 2020 for which the Third Party Inspection is prolonged due to COVID19 pandemic. One old conservancy truck has been reconstructed into mobile restroom with septic tank and other essential facilities for use of VVIP’s and other general public during the different function/ festivals.

BAN ON POLYTHENE: The Cantonment Board vide CBR No. 8 dated 04.08.2018 had resolved to ban polythene and the defaulters will be penalized. This office has erected the Polythene Collection Centre at entrance arch of Wellington Cantonment at NH, to create mass awareness to the travellers passing through the Wellington Cantonment limit.

PARKS AND GARDENS: Road side garden has been made to save the environment and to improve Eco friendly process. Extension of Herbal Garden and stall for sale of products including vermicomposting manure. During the calendar year ending 2019, nearly 1500 shola tree saplings has been planted with a survival rate below 50%.


Why to Register

Birth registration is the process by which a child’s birth is recorded in the civil register by the government authority. Birth registration is a permanent and official record of a child’s existence. It provides the first legal recognition of the child and is generally required for the child to obtain a birth certificate and as a result any other legal documents and rights. It is mandatory that every birth and death taking place anywhere in India must be registered with the Registrars appointed by the respective State Government as per the Registration of Births & Deaths Act, 1969.

Where to Register

The registration shall be done by the Chief Executive Officer, who is ex-officio registrar for all Births & Deaths taking place within Cantonment limits.

Procedure for Late Registration
The information regarding any birth, death and still birth is to be given to the Chief Executive Officer within 21 days from the date of occurrence. However late registration can also be done by following the procedure as given below.

1 Information given later than 21 days and before completion of 30 days from the date of occurrence – on payment of late fee of Rs. 10/-.
2 Information given later than 30 days but before completion of 1 year from the date of occurrence – with written permission from additional district registrar and late fee of Rs. 10/-.
3 Information given later than 1 year from the date of occurrence – registration shall be done only after order passed by the sub divisional magistrate and late fee of Rs. 10/-