Administration of Sikkim
The political history of Sikkim dates back to the early 1970s when it was made a separate state of the Indian Union. A referendum was held in 1975 in which 97.5% of the people voted to join the Indian Union. Finally on May 16, 1975, Sikkim officially became the 22nd state of Indian Union, and monarchy was abolished.
Like all other states of India the state of Sikkim is governed by a Chief Minister and a council of other ministers responsible to an elected unicameral legislature and by a Governor, appointed by the President of India. The Governor is the head of the state but his role is largely ceremonial.
The first Sikkim assembly was elected in the year 1948. Initially the whole of Sikkim valley was divided into 29 constituencies and the hill area of Sikkim was divided into 18 single member constituencies. Thus, Sikkim had a total of 53 seats which was later dissolved when Sikkim was merged with India in 1949.
The Sikkim legislative assembly has 32 members who are elected by means of a popular vote conducted by the Election Commission of India. The judicial seat of the state i.e. the High Court of Sikkim is located at Gangtok
, the capital of the state.
Governor of SikkimShri Ganga Prasad
The Governor of Sikkim
Phone No.: (03592) 202410
Fax: (03592) 202756
E-mail id: email@example.com
Chief Minister of SikkimShri Prem Singh Tamang (Golay)
Departments: Development Planning, Economic Reforms & North Eastern Council Affairs, Excise(Abkari), Finance, Revenue & Expenditure, Home, Information TechnologyAddress:
Chief Minister's Secretariat
Phone: 03592 202245 (O)
03592- 202536, 202304
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Council of Ministers in Sikkim
Shri. Sonam Lama
Minister of Rural Management & Development, Panchayati Raj & Cooperative and Ecclesiastical affairs
Shri. Kunga Nima Lepcha
Minister of Human Resource Development, Law, Legislative & Parliamentary affairs and Land, Revenue and Disaster management.
Shri. Mani Kumar Sharma
Minister of Health care, Human services & Family welfare, Social justice & Empowerment.
Shri. Bedu Singh Panth
Minister of Tourism & Civil aviation and Commerce & Industries.
Shri.Arun Kumar Upreti
Minister of Urban & Housing development, Food & Civil supplies and Consumer affairs.
Shri. Samdup Lepcha
Minister of Public Works department and Cultural affairs & Heritage.
Shri. Lok Nath Sharma
Minister of Food security, Agriculture, Horticulture & Cash crops, Animal Husbandry, Livestock fisheries & Veterinary services, Information, public relations and Printing.
Shri. Mingma Narbu Sherpa
Minister of Energy & Power and Labour.
Shri. Karma Loday Bhutia
Minister of Forest, Environment & Wildlife, Mines, Mineral & Geology and Science & technology.
Shri. Bhim Hang Limboo
Minister of Public health engineering and Water security, Water resources & River development.
Shri. Sanjit Kharel
Minister of Sikkim public works (Building & Housing) and Transport.
Sikkim was under monarchy before 1975 when it was merged with Union India. The King’s verdict was the final verdict at that time and no lawyers were there in courts. Records then started to show that feudal landlords, district officers gradually took over monarchy and state council resolution was started.
Sikkim High Court
Before its merger with India, Sikkim was under the rule of monarchy where the words of the king, known as the "Chogiyal" were laws. The judicial system did not have any legal formalities and lawyers were also not allowed in Court. The current history of the High Court of Sikkim dates back to 1955 when the High Court of Judicature Proclamation, 1955 was issued for the creation of the High Court. The High Court is presently located in Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim.Address
High Court of Sikkim
Phone: 03592-209402 (Computer Cell)
Political Parties of Sikkim
Sikkim Krantikari Morcha(SKM)
Headquarters: Gangtok, Sikkim
Sikkim Democratic Front
Umbrella Upper Deorali,
East SikkimSikkim Himali Rajya Parishad
5th Mile Tadong,
Gangtok (East Sikkim)
List of MPs from Sikkim
Name of elected M.P. :Prem Das Rai
Party affiliation:Sikkim Democratic Front
The state of Sikkim is a politically developed state with many constituencies present. The administrative setup and Sikkim Government of the state include the following constituencies:
- Number of Parliamentary seat in the Lok Sabha: 1
- Number of parliamentary constituencies: 1
- Number of Assembly Constituencies: 32
Assembly Constituencies of Sikkim
Rateypani West Pendam (SC)
Central Pendam East Pendam
Lachen Mangshila (BL)
Kabi Tingda (BL)
Rakdong Tentek (BL)
Assam Lingjey (BL)
Government Departments in Assam:Animal Husbandry And Veterinary Department
Department Of Animal Husbandry Livestock,
Government Of Sikkim
Tadonghttp://sikkim-ahvs.gov.in/default.aspxBuilding and Housing Departmenthttp://www.sikkim-building.gov.in/ Commercial Taxes Divisionhttp://www.sikkimtax.gov.in/ Cooperative societyhttp://www.sikkim-cooperative.gov.in/ Central Information Commission Department
Sikkim Information Commission
Pin Code :737101
Ph: +91 3592 203677 (O)
Fax: 91 3592 208526http://www.cicsikkim.gov.in/Cultural Affairs Department
Cultural Affairs & Heritage Department
Govt. of Sikkim
Email: email@example.com http://www.sikkim-culture.gov.in/Home/Index.aspxCommerce and Industries Department
Commerce & Industries Department,
Govt. of Sikkim,
Gangtok, East Sikkim
Ph: 03592-206174 (T+F)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org://www.sikkimindustries.in/ Department of Sports and Youth Affairshttp://www.sikkimsportsya.com/ Directorate of Technical Education
Government of Sikkim
Sikkimhttp://www.sikkim.nic.in/dte/ Ecclesiastical Affairs Departmenthttp://sikkimeccl.gov.in/EcclHomePage.aspx Energy & Power Department
Hose No:1. power secretariat.
Sonam gyatso marg,
Sikkim, 737101http://www.sikkimpower.in/irj/go/km/docs/internet/webpage/Home.htmlExcise (Abk) Departmenthttp://www.sikkim-excise.gov.in/Default.aspxElection Department
Chief Electoral Officer
Top Floor, North Sikkim Taxi Stand, Near Vajra Cinema Hall, Baluwakhani
Pin - 737 101
Fax: 03592-204725http://ceosikkim.nic.in/Food Security & Agriculture Developmenthttp://www.sikkimagrisnet.org/General/en/Default.aspxForest Environment And Wildlife Dept
Environment & Wildlife Management Department
Government of Sikkim
Deorali – 737102
Email : email@example.com
Tel (O) : 03592 – 281261
Fax : 03592 - 281778http://www.sikkimforest.gov.in/Finance,Revenue and Expenditure Department
Secretariat Cum Community Hall,
Jeewan Theeng Marg
Gangtok – 737101http://sikkimfred.gov.in/user/home.aspx Health Care, Human Services & Family Welfare Departmenthttp://sikkimhealth.gov.in/ Human Resource Department
Human Resource Development Department
Fax: (03592) 202218http://www.sikkim-hrdd.gov.in/ Information & Public Relations
Yadav Krishna Sharma
Mob:9832077512http://www.sikkimipr.org/ Irrigation & Flood Control Departmenthttp://www.sikkim-irrigation.gov.in/Land Revenue and Disaster Management Department
Sikkim -737101http://www.sikkimlrdm.gov.in/ Public Works Roads and Bridges Departmenthttp://sikkim-roadsandbridges.gov.in/Rural Management And Developement Departmenthttp://www.sikkimrmdd.gov.in/ Science And Technology Departmenthttp://dstsikkim.gov.in/Sikkim Public Service Commission
Below Police Headquarters
Old West Point School Complex
Phone No. 03592-203189/201321
Fax: 03592-202722http://www.spscskm.gov.in/ State Election Commission of Sikkim
Contact No. 03592-281916, 281543
Fax: 281610http://secsikkim.org/ Police Vigilance Department
Director-cum-ex Officio Commissioner
Government of Sikkim,
IV Floor, Secreteriate Annexe - I
Sonam Tshering Marg,
Gangtok - 737101
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org://www.sikkim-vigilance.gov.in/Sikkim Police
Police Control Room
Fax:03592 – 202042http://www.sikkimpolice.nic.in/Tourism Depthttp://www.sikkimtourism.gov.in/Webforms/General/Default.aspxWater Security And Public Health Engineering Departmenthttp://sikkim-wsphed.gov.in/Sikkim high Courthttp://highcourtofsikkim.nic.in/index.html Sikkim Raj Bhawanhttp://www.rajbhavansikkim.gov.in/Default.aspx