About Us

The Office of the Accountant General, Mizoram was created vide Notification No. 64-Audit/M&C/208-1997/Notification/01 dated 14 March 2006 which came into effect from 1 April 2006. Vide this order, the Office of the Accountant General (Audit) and Accountant General (A&E) located at Shillong, Meghalaya which had been composite offices for the three states of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Mizoram, were trifurcated leading to creation of separate offices for the three states. Shri Vijayendra Nath Kaul, the then Comptroller & Auditor General of India laid the foundation stone of the office on 26 April 2007. Shri L. Tochhawng, IA&AS was the first Accountant General and Shri Vanlalchhuanga, IA&AS was the first Group Officer. CAG Audit Report for the state of Mizoram was independently published by this office from Aizawl for the first time for the year ended March 2007. Initially, the office started functioning from a rented building at Mission Veng, Aizawl and another building at Model Veng, Aizawl was rented for transit accommodation of staff who came on tour basis/deputation from other sister offices. Later on, the office shifted to Dinthar in January 2008 while the rented building at Mission Veng was used for transit camp, in addition to the one at Model Veng. The present office building which is situated at New Capital Complex, Khatla was inaugurated on 21-5-2013.

  • The office administration is divided into three branches viz. Establishment-I, Establishment-II and Record Sections. Establishment-I Section and Record Section are under the charge of a Senior Audit/Accounts Officer who is designated as Establishment Officer and Record Officer respectively while Establishment-II is under the charge of an Assistant Accounts Officer (AAO) designated as Drawing and Disbursing Officer (DDO) under the control of the Sr. Deputy Accountant General/ Deputy Accountant General (Admn.). Establishment-I Section deals with all matters relating to Administration consisting of recruitment, promotion, training, departmental examinations, posting, confirmation, deputation, leave, staff statistics, gradation lists etc. of the office establishment.

  • Accounting Functions: There are 10 (ten) treasuries functioning in the State. All the treasuries are banking treasuries who render their monthly accounts directly to the Accountant General (A&E). The banking functions of the treasuries are carried out by the State Bank of India. The Directorate of Accounts and Treasuries, Mizoram was established in May 1975. The responsibility of issuing pay slip and authorizing entitlements of the Gazetted Officers of the State Government were taken over from the Accountant General (A&E), Meghalaya, Shillong with effect from 01.05.1980. Similarly, the responsibility of issuing and maintenance of GPF, GIS, Pensions and other retirement benefits were taken over from the Accountant General (A&E), Meghalaya, Shillong with effect from 01.04.1983. The Office of the Accountant General, Mizoram prepares and maintains the Monthly Civil Accounts and Annual Finance and Appropriation Accounts of the Government of Mizoram after compiling the accounts received from the accounts rendering units i.e., Treasuries, Work Divisions and Forest Divisions etc. It also conducted the inspection of State treasuries from time to time. Function of Voucher Level Computerization - Schedules, Vouchers and Challans received from Compilation Sections are entered manually in the VLC System. - Generate Monthly Civil Accounts - Generate various Reports and Broadsheets - Generate Annual Accounts.

  • Treasury Inspection is conducted locally by Treasury Inspection parties generally comprising of one Accounts Officer/ Sr. Accounts Officer, one Section Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer and two Accountants/ Sr. Accountants. Treasury records are inspected to see that all rules and procedures are in place and records showing daily transactions are properly and correctly maintained. Reconciliation with the Bank for daily transactions and also the cash closing balance is done to see that all cash transactions by the Bank have been duly accounted for by the treasury and that no difference has been found between the two sets of accounts. Test check of the cash book and stamp account is also done Test check of pension payments comprises to see whether authorization of pension/ family pension has been made at the correct rates and whether rules and procedure has been followed correctly. Special note is also being taken of the balances at credit in the PDLA account. Amounts under deposits remaining unclaimed for more than three years are seen and commented. After due vetting these inspection reports are issued to the treasury inspected and the Director of Accounts and Treasuries. The points raised during inspection are also followed up with DAT office and the treasury concerned and settlement of outstanding observations sought.