Mizoram State Lottery

Mizoram state lottery is an important source of earning revenue. A sub division of the Finance Department of Mizoram, the department of Mizoram State Lottery was merged with the Department of Institutional Finance and Small Savings for administrative convenience. The new department came to be known as the Department of Institutional Finance and State Lottery.

Headed by the Directorate, the department encourages the local population of Mizoram to invest money by purchasing lottery tickets. The department usually organizes meetings with important officials from the Finance Department of the state government of Mizoram and provides important guidelines to earn large chunk of revenue with minimum investment.

The native population of Mizoram purchase lottery tickets and win fabulous prizes in forms of money and other gift items. The well organized and systematic government Department of Institutional Finance and Small Savings has helped the north eastern state of India to strengthen its economic base with less effort and financial investment.

The local citizens can avail any information on Mizoram state lottery by dialing the important officials of the department. Some of the important telephone numbers of the Department of Institutional Finance and State Lottery of Mizoram are:
  • Director of Mizoram State Lottery- 0389- 2322291
  • Joint Director- 2325115
  • Deputy Director- 2314207

Last Updated on 12/07/2012



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