The electricity department MSPDCL (DISCOM) in Tamenglong District is located at Gadailong under Tamenglong District, electricity being one of the essential service, It is the aim and objective of our department to ensure electrification and uninterrupted supply of this service to all the region under Tamenglong district. The department has a Divisional and Sub-Divisional offices in Tamenglong Head Quarter area and Tamei block.

Office of the MSPDCL, Tameglong DHQ


The electricity department, the then termed EDM has had a major change and was split into two part from February 2015 as MSPDCL (Manipur State Power Distribution Company Limited) or DISCOM and MSPCL (Manipur state power company limited) or TRANSCOM for efficient management of power utility in Manipur. MSPDCL or DISCOM mainly look after the distribution of power supply and are responsible for the operation and maintenance of 1) 11 KV line 2) 0.440KV line 3) 0.230 KV line 4) Service connection 5) Revenue Collection 6) Distribution of Transformers 7) Street light etc. and MSPCL or TRANSCOM is responsible for the transmission line and power Sub-Station of Manipur power utility and are responsible for the management of 1) .440KV line 2) .132 KV (EHV) Extra High voltage line 3).33 KV line. As shown in the figure in the right.


The electricity department under Tamenglong district comprises of the following structured hierarchy of employees as shown in the figure(in the right):


The various schemes taken up by the electricity department of Tamenglong Division MSPDCL are given below:

      1. RGGVY Xth plan (Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana)
        The Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) was launched in April 2005 by merging all ongoing schemes.Under the programme, 90% grant is provided by Govt. of India and 10% as loan by Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) to the State Governments. Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) is the nodal agency for the programme. The RGGVY Xth plan (Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana) scheme has been taken up for the electrification of 1). 6 (six) Nos. of un-electrified villages 2). 24 Nos. of De-electrified villages 3). 15 Nos. of Habitation villages 4). 43 Nos. of Electrified villages along with providing of 1951 Nos. of BPL household in Tamenglong and Noney District under the Xth plan RGGVY scheme. The execution and implementation of work for RGGVY Xth plan scheme has been taken up by the private contractor firm M/S Utkal Galvanizers Limited, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India.
      2. RGGVY XIIth Plan/ DDUGJY (Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana)
        The RGGVY XIIth plan (Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana) scheme is an extension of RGGVY Xth plan which covers the villages left out in RGGVY XIIth plan has been taken up for the electrification of 49(forty nine) Nos. of villages under Tamenglong and Noney District. The execution and implementation of work for RGGVY XIIth plan scheme has been taken up by the private contractor firm Indo Nabin Projects Limited Paona Bazar Imphal, Manipur.
      3. IPDS(integrated power development scheme)
        The Ministry of Power, Government of India notified “Integrated Power Development Scheme” (IPDS) on 3rd December’14 with following components:

        • Strengthening of sub-transmission and distribution networks in the urban areas.
        • Metering of distribution transformers / feeders / consumers in the urban areas.
        • IT enablement of distribution sector and strengthening of distribution network under R-APDRP for 12th and 13th Plans by carrying forward the approved outlay for R-APDRP to IPDS.
        • Schemes for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and IT enablement of balance urban towns are also included under IPDS. Scope of IT enablement has been extended to all 4041 towns as per Census 2011.
        • Underground cabling to include additional demand of States and smart metering solution for performing UDAY States and Solar panels on Govt. buildings with net-metering are also permissible under the scheme.

        The IPDS scheme has coverage of 12 (twelve) Nos. of urban town area in Tamenglong District for implementation in its current status the list of Town/urban areas is given below:

        1. Khoupilong
        2. SDO Complex Area
        3. New Lambulane
        4. Happy Villa
        5. Model village
        6. Namlalong Village Part II
        7. Machunlong
        8. Rigunlong
        9. Chingkhulong
        10. Gadailong
        11. Hougailong
        12. Lamphalong

        Additional proposal for IPDS scheme consist of the following villages:

        1. Chakotdai chiulon
        2. Chakatdai chiulon II
        3. Duigailong Pt.I
        4. Duigailong Pt.II
        5. Guangkhiu Laikai
        6. Inreilong
        7. Khangchiuluan
        8. Khangchiuluan-I
        9. Khongjaron
        10. Pigery
        11. C.centre
        12. C.centre-II
        13. CGS
        14. Chabagan
        15. Chabagan Pt. II
        16. Council colony
        17. Don-Bosco
        18. Farm
        19. Farmland
        20. Khunjao
        21. Lower Maryland
        22. Upper Maryland
      4. NEC (North Eastern Council) Scheme
        The North Eastern Council was created to complement and supplement the developmental efforts of the States in terms of institution building, transport and communication, power generation and transmission and creation of different kinds of infrastructural facilities with a view to positioning the States to launch themselves into a self-sustaining growth trajectory.The NEC Scheme has been taken up for the Electrification of 22 Nos. of left out villages which is 12 Nos. of villages namely 1). KANDIHANG 2). PHOKLONG 3).LONGCHAI 4). OLD IMPA 5). INEM 6). NEW MAGULONG 7). RANKEKILONG 8). ABEN 9). MANDU KHUNOU (H) 10). LONGJON 11). NEW IMPA in Tousem under Tamenglong District and 10 Nos. of villages namely 1).TOUSANG KHUNTHAK (H) 2). TOUSANG KHUNOU(H) 3). LEISOK KHUNOU (H) 4). NUNGNANG 5) MUKTINA 6) MUKTI KHULLEN 7) LONGPI 8) LENGLONG 9). TAIKHANG10) SEMPAT GANGTE 11). LEOKOT 12) NUNGLEIBAND – IV (H) in Nungba under Noney District and the scheme is also for providing of prepaid meters in District Head Quarters and Sub-Divisional Head Quarters.
      5. SAUBHAGYA (Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana) Scheme
        The Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana – ‘Saubhagya’ a new scheme was launched by the Hon’ble Prime Minister on 25th September 2017. Under Saubhagya free electricity connections to all households (both APL and poor families) in rural areas and poor families in urban areas will be provided. There are around 4 Crore un-electrified households in the country and they are targeted for providing electricity connections by December 2018. Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) has been designated as its nodal agency for the Saubhagya scheme.To expedite and monitor the electrification process under Saubhagya a web portal ( was launched by Shri R.K. Singh, Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy on 16th November 2017. The Saubhagya web portal has been designed and developed to disseminate information about the Household Electrification Status (State, District, Village wise), Household Progress as on date, State Wise Target vs Achieved, Monthly Electrification Progress, etc.Under the Saubhagya scheme, DISCOMs will also organize camps in villages/cluster of villages to facilitate on-the-spot filling up of application forms including release of electricity connections to households. DISCOMs/Power Department will also adopt innovative mechanism through dedicated web-portal/Mobile App for collection/consolidation of application form in electronic mode and also capturing process of release of electricity connections. The details of consumers’ viz., Name and Aadhar number/Mobile number/Bank account/Driving License/Voter ID etc., as available would be collected by the DISCOMs.Scope of the Scheme:

            • Providing last mile connectivity and electricity connections to all un-electrified households in rural areas.
            • Providing Solar Photovoltaic (SPV) based standalone system for un-electrified households located in remote and inaccessible villages/habitations, where grid extension is not feasible or cost-effective.
            • Providing last mile connectivity and electricity connections to all remaining economically poor un-electrified households in urban areas. Non-poor urban households are excluded from this scheme.