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Information in respect of

Himachal Pradesh Agro Industries Corporation Limited(HPAIC)

Nigam Vihar, Shimla-171002 under Section 4(i) (b) of

the Right to Information Act, 2005.

HIMACHAL PRADESH AGRO INDUSTRIES CORPORATION LIMITED (A Government of H.P. Undertaking) NIGAM VIHAR, SHIMLA-171002 I. A) ORGANIZATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES.

Organization

The Himachal Pradesh Agro Industries Corporation Limited (HPAIC) was

incorporated on September 24, 1970. The paid up share capital as on 31-03-2006 was Rs. 1180.08 lac as against authorized capital of Rs. 1500.00 lac, out of which a sum of Rs. 607.00 lac is invested in equity of H.P.M.C., a sum of Rs. 97.00 lac in Agro Packaging India Limited, a sum of Rs. 0.37 lac in Himcon and a sum of Rs. 2.00 lac in Aromatrix Flora Limited. During the year 1974, a Subsidiary company of the Corporation, H.P.M.C was formed to undertake activities relating to horticulture produce marketing and processing. The Agro-Industries Corporation has invested a sum of Rs. 6.07 crore as Share Capital in H.P.M.C., besides transferring assets including Cold Storages, shops and other infrastructures at Parwanoo, Delhi, Madras and Calcutta. Apart from the Head Office of the Corporation, it has set up its 5 Production Units for quality production Implements of & Cattle & Poultry Honey Feed, and

Agricultural/Horticultural/Forest

Tools,

Pesticides/Insecticides etc., namely, Cattle & Poultry Feed Plant, Parwanoo, Cattle & Poultry Feed Plant, Jachh, Himagrico Implements & Tools Factory, Jachh, Honey Processing Plant, Kandrori and Pesticides Formulation Plant at Parwanoo. Apart from these production units, the Corporation is providing services to the customers through its Retail Outlet (Petrol Pump) at Maranda (Palampur) and 21 other trading branches/ Sale Centres in the State as per details given below: 1. B.O. Chamba 2. B.O. Jachh (Jassore) 3. B.O. Dharamsala 4. B.O. Palampur 5. B.O. Jwalamukhi 6. B.O. Hamirpur 7. Sale Centre Bhoranj 8. B.O. Una 9. B.O. Amb 10. B.O. Bilaspur 11. B.O. Mandi 12. B.O. Kullu 13. B.O.Solan 14. B.O. Parwanoo 15. B.O. Nalagarh 16. B.O. Paonta Sahib 17. B.O. Shimla 18. B.O. Rampur, 19. B.O. Rohru.

B)

Function/Duties and Objectives of the Corporation:

The main objects of the Corporation are, to establish, develop, execute,

operate and otherwise carry on projects, schemes, industries, business and activities which in the opinion of the Corporation are likely to: (i) (ii) (iii) Accelerate and increase agricultural production. Contribute to the production of subsidiary and supplementary foods. Increase the availability of supplies of food whether principal, ancillary, and supplementary or substitute in particular in Himachal Pradesh. (iv) Contribute to the development of agro industries in Himachal Pradesh.

B-I)

1.

Objects incidental or ancillary to the attainment of the main objects :

To aid, assist, promote or establish or execute agro-development projects or enterprises or programmes of manufacture or production of plant machinery, implements, accessories, tools, materials, substances, goods or things of any description which in the opinion of the Company is likely to promote or advance the development of agro industries in Himachal Pradesh. 2. To aid, counsel, assist or finance or promote the interest of agro industries and connected development activities in Himachal Pradesh whether owned or run by Government, statutory body, co-operative institution, company, firm or individual and to provide them with capital, credit, means, resources and technical managerial assistance for the prosecution of their work and business, to enable them to develop and improve their methods of manufacture, management and marketing and their techniques of production and to acquire and dispose of shares and interests in such companies or associations or in the undertakings thereof. 3. To undertake, assist, aid, finance and promote the development and manufacture of agricultural machinery, implements, accessories, tools, wire and wire products and other materials and other equipment required for agriculture, horticulture, poultry, piggery, sheep farming, dairying, pisciculture, irrigation, soil conservation and farmers and

other agriculture based industry in Himachal Pradesh and other States of India. 4. To acquire, purchase, import, give, sell, hire and generally deal either on cash, deferred payment, installments, on hire purchase basis, in all plant and machinery, implements, accessories, tools, materials or things of any description, including tractors, power tillers, pumping sets, drilling equipments, all type of agricultural implements, plant protection equipments such as sprayers, dusters, fertilizers and all types of plant protection chemicals and all types of equipment required for dairy farming, poultry farming, pisciculture and such other articles allied to the above. 5. To construct, build, equip, maintain and manage in Himachal Pradesh and elsewhere, cold storage chambers, room coolers, refrigerators, refrigerated vans, freezing houses, warehouses for storing and preserving fruits, fruit products, vegetables, vegetable products, flowers and other perishable agricultural and allied commodities including those of animal origin. 6. To organize, conduct or manage engineering or repair shop or workshops of all description for the repair of agricultural machinery, implements, machine tools and accessories. 7. To set up, build, equip and establish plants for the formulation and manufacture of pesticides and plant protection chemicals, fertilizers, poultry and cattle feed and other agricultural/horticultural inputs. 8. To carry on the business of sole or general agents or general representatives and sole or general stockists or distributors of seeds, manures, fertilizers, drills, pumps, drilling equipments, casting tubes, pesticides, plant protection equipments, cold storage and refrigeration equipment or agricultural implements, machine tools fuel or oil, lubricants, cement and cement products, oil engines, electrical motors and other accessories etc. 9. To promote or conduct any agricultural, commercial or industrial enterprise, establishment, company or concern.

10.

To set up, acquire, establish and manage large scale commercial orchards and fruit plant nurseries on model lines for demonstration and for feeding the canning and preservation units and for other such purposes.

11.

To manufacture either itself or through private or co-operative sectors materials, equipment and machinery necessary for modernizing and intensification of agriculture. To multiply, raise, procure and arrange sup[plies of seeds, plants seedlings, food grains etc. besides arranging for storage, godowning, warehousing, grading, packing, supplies, transport, disposals financing, market intelligence marketing amenities etc. of all agricultural, horticultural, animal husbandry, diary, fisheries produce and other such inputs.

12.

To set up, organize and manage service centres for undertaking improved agricultural practices such as spraying, dusting, pruning, trimming, grading, packing etc. in the field of farming.

13.

To enter into partnership or any arrangements for joint working, for sharing profits, union of interest, co-operation, joint venture, reciprocal concession or otherwise, with any person, company, association or firm having objects similar to those of the company and calculated to benefit the company and to carry or conduct and liquidate or wind up any such partnership or arrangement purchased, or otherwise acquired.

14.

To manufacture, buy, sell, exchange, install, work, alter, improve, manufacture, prepare for market, import or export and otherwise deal in all kinds of plant and machinery, apparatus, tools, utensils, substances, materials and things, necessary or convenient for carrying out any of the business the company is authorized to carry on or which is usually dealt in by persons engaged in such business.

15.

To assess demand for materials, equipment and supplies like pesticides, fertilizers, agricultural implements, machines, power tillers, pipes, fruit processing equipment, cold storage plants, fisheries equipment, dairy appliances, poultry appliances etc., help in procuring supplies including those implements, fertilizers and arrange to sell

them either directly or through any private, co-operative or public sector agencies. 16. To apply or tender for purchase or otherwise acquire any contract, concessions for or in relation to the construction, execution, carrying out, equipment, improvement, management, administration or control of works, conveniences and to undertake, execute, carry out, dispose of or otherwise turn to account the same. 17. To acquire any shares, stocks debentures, debenture stock, bonds, obligations for securities by original subscriptions, participation in syndicates, tender, purchase exchange or otherwise and to subscribe for the same, either conditionally or otherwise and to guarantee the subscription thereof and ton exercise and enforce all rights and powers conferred by or incidental to the ownership thereof. 18. To undertake systematic study of supply and production trends in the activities of interest to the company. 19. To adopt such means of making known the uses, manufacture, repairs of agricultural tools, implements, machinery, fertilizers, manures, insecticides, pesticides, fruit and vegetable processing units, dairy and poultry equipment as may seem expedient and in particular by advertising in the press, by publication of books, magazines or periodicals and by exhibiting on walls, posters or in any other manner and to encourage, promote or organize exhibitions, competitions, dramatic shows likely to promote the interest of the company. 20. To carry out a district-wise area or block to block survey for raw materials available for starting agro industries and then taking steps to utilize and process them through co-operatives, private or public sectors. 21. To pay for any properties, rights of privileges, acquired by the company, either in shares of the company or partly in shares and partly in cash, or otherwise. 22. To seek through Government of India the required foreign

collaboration, if any, needed to start new agro-industries.

23.

To acquire by concessions, grant, purchase, barter, licence, lease or otherwise, either absolutely, conditionally, solely or jointly with others any tract or tracts of country, lands, estates, houses, hereditaments and any machinery, plant, utensils, trade marks or other movable or immovable property of any description whatsoever at any place in India or outside and to explore, survey, cultivate, develop or exploit the same.

24.

To sell or dispose or transfer the business of the company or any part thereof for such considerations as the company may deem proper and in particular for shares, debentures, or securities of any other company having objectives altogether or in part similar to those of the company.

25.

To promote any company or companies for the purpose of acquiring all or any of the purposes, rights and liabilities of the company or for any other purpose calculated to benefit the company, directly or indirectly and to distribute as may be resolved, amongst the members of the company, the assets possessed or received by the company, provided that this does not amount to reduction of share capital of the company except in accordance with the provision of the Act.

26.

To purchase, take on lease or otherwise acquire for the purpose of the company any estates, lands, roads railway or railway sidings, or other interests in immovable property, and to mortgage, sell let on lease, convey, assign or exchange and to manage in any other way the immovable property of the company or any rights therein.

27.

To apply for, acquire and hold any charters, privileges, licences, monopolies, concessions, patents or other rights or powers, from the Indian Government or any other Government or State or any local or other authority in India or elsewhere or from any commercial or other companies, individuals or institutions and to exercise any power, rights, privileges etc. so obtained.

28.

To purchase or otherwise acquire, erect, maintain, construct, repair and alter any building, sheds offices, plants, machinery, drain roads, bridges, culverts, railways and railway sidings, stalls godowns, fences

and boundaries and all other structures found necessary or convenient for the purpose of the company. 29. To raise, borrow or secure moneys in such manner and on such terms as may seem expedient and in particular by way of loans, advances, deposits and issue of bonds, debentures or mortgages whether perpetual or otherwise and charged or not charged on the whole or any part of the rights or properties of the company including the uncalled capital and redeem, purchase or pay off any such securities. 30. To establish, promote, subsidize, assist any company or companies, syndicate or other concern for the purpose of setting up any agroindustries or running any agro industrial undertaking, acquiring any property for furthering any of the objects of the company. 31. To sell, dispose of, let on lease, or on hire or transfer the business, property, projects, factories or industrial or other undertakings of the company or any part thereof to any other company, association or concern for cash, stock or shares or for any other consideration which the company may see fit to accept on such terms and conditions as may be determined by the company. 32. To take, or otherwise acquire and hold shares of any other company or companies having objects altogether or in part similar to those of this company, or carrying on any business capable of being conducted so as to directly or indirectly benefit this company subject to the provisions of section 49 and 372 of the companies Act, 1956. 33. To issue itself, or guarantee the issue of, or the payment of dividend or interest on the shares, debentures, debenture stock or other securities or obligations of any company or association engaged in agro-industrial activities and to pay or provide for brokerage, and under-writing in respect of any such issue, subject to the provision of sub-section (4A) of section 76 of the Act. 34. To draw, accept, make, endorse, discount and negotiate bills of exchange, hundies, promissory notes and other negotiable instruments for/or in the prosection of the business of the company.

35.

To pay all costs, charges, and expenses of and incidental to the promotion, formation, registration and establishment to the company or its branches and the issues of its capital, brokers fees, lawyers charges and remunerate in cash or in any other manner, any person or persons for services rendered or to be rendered in introducing any business to the company or for any other reason which the company may think proper.

36.

(a) To arrange demonstrations and training in the use of materials, implements or equipment in furtherance of the objects of the company. (b) To train or to pay for training in India or abroad of any member of the staff of the company or any other employee of the company either in the present or likely to be in the employment of the company in future, which training in the opinion of the company is likely to benefit the company in its day to day working, knowledge, management, administration including research either in the field or in the laboratories.

37.

To establish centres of celebrations, fairs, market places or other activities of general interest.

38.

To construct, purchase, take on lease, hire, occupy or otherwise acquire any buildings, gardens, walls, water works, or similar other constructions for residential or other purposes for the benefit of the company's activities.

39.

To constitute any reserve fund, depreciation fund, sinking or other fund for any special or general purpose.

40.

To undertake and transact all kinds of agency or representation business which may be carried on along with any of the above businesses.

41.

To establish, maintain, subsidize or become member of training institutes, research laboratories, research institutions and experimental workshops for scientific and technical research and experiments, and to encourage, promote and award scholarships, grants to students or rewards for studies or researches, investigations, experiments, tests

and intentions of any kind that may be considered likely to assist any business which the company is authorized to carry on. 42. To prepare or to get prepared reports, blue prints, statistics and other informations regarding schemes for the development of agro industries and to install and work pilot prototype or semi scale units or full commercial plants to develop a particular invention or inventions and ensure production from such invention or inventions, to sell or otherwise dispose of the products of such inventions on payment on such terms and conditions as may be deemed fit. 43. To provide for the welfare of persons in the employment of the company, and the wives, widows, and families of such persons, by establishing provident or other funds, by grants of money, pensions or other payment, and by providing or subscribing towards places of instruction, recreation and hospitals, dispensaries, medical and other attendance and other assistance, as the company shall think fit. 44. To expand money in experimenting, on testing and improving or seeking to improve any patents, rights, inventions discoveries, process or information in processing of or which the company may acquire or propose to acquire and generally to carry out research in agricultural practice. 45. To establish agencies in Himachal Pradesh and elsewhere and to regulate or discontinue the same. 46. To pay for any properties, rights or privileges, acquired by the company, either in shares of the company or partly in shares and partly in cash or otherwise. 47. To place in reserve, or to distribute as dividend or bonus among the members or otherwise apply as the company may from time to time think fit, any moneys received by way of premium on shares or debentures issued at a premium by the company and any moneys received in respect of dividends accrued on forfeited shares and moneys arising from the sale by the company of forfeited shares or from unclaimed dividends.

48.

To employ distributors and commissions agents under-writers and to provide for the remuneration of such persons for their services by payment in cash or by the issue of shares, debentures or other securities of the company.

49.

To direct the ,management, control and supervision of any company, association or concern by nominating directors, controllers, supervisors or otherwise, or to collaborate with any company or association or concern formed for carrying on or engaging in any manufacture or business within the objects of the company or similar thereto.

50.

To effect any modification of the company's articles of association or change its objects in the manner prescribed by the companies Act., 1956 and with the approval of the State Government and to oppose any proceedings and application which may seem calculated directly or indirectly to prejudice the interest of the company.

51.

To invest and deal with moneys of the company no immediately required, in such manner, as may from time to time be determined such investment in shares shall be subject to restrictions laid down in section 49 and 372 of the Companies Act., 1956.

52.

To do all or any of the matters hereby authorized either alone, or in conjunction with any person, association or person of body corporate.

53.

To promote subsidiary companies for the purpose of implementing any of the objects of the company here-in-before mentioned. Holdings in such subsidiaries shall b e restricted by section 372 of the Companies Act, 1956.

54.

To generally do all such other acts or things as may appear to be incidental or conductive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.

B-II) a)

Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees Powers Duties of Officers and Employees Powers of Managing Director

S.No. 1.

Nature of Powers General Powers/

Extent of powers (i) To conduct management of whole of the affairs of the Corporation subject to the superintendence, control all directions of the Board of Directors of the Corporation. (ii) To place before the Board specific proposals visà-vis activities of the Corporation is pursuance of item Service Regulations and Memorandum & Articles of association from time to time. (iii) To sign and execute himself or through other officers authorized, all contracts, agreements in connection with the business of the Corporation and institute, conduct, defend, compound or abandon any legal proceedings by or against the company or its officers or otherwise concerning the affairs of the Company. (iv) To look after the affairs of the Corporation under the overall supervision of the Board of Directors. (v) To organize the business of the Corporation within the objective enumerated in the memorandum and, Articles of Association. Note: The Managing Director is empowered to further delegate the powers to the General Manager or any other officer of the Corporation subject to his control and supervision.

2.

Administrative Powers

(i) To sanction increments To frame "Employees Service Bye Laws" and "Financial General Regulations" of the Company and place these therefore the Board for approval. (ii) To grant all kinds of leave to the staff of the Corporation. (iii) To function as overall Controlling Officer of the

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employees of the Corporation and to sanction all type of leave, draw salaries, TA Bills, TA advances etc. of all employees of the Corporation. (iv) To be the appointing/ disciplinary authority for all employees of the Corporation. 3. Financial Powers (i) Drawl and disbursement of salary and wages to MD/Staff (ii) Payment of Bonus to Staff (iii) Staff welfare (iv) Entertainment (v)Medical reimbursement to staff & M.D. (vi) Hot & Cold weather (vii) Liveries and Uniforms (viii) Group Gratuity Insurances and Accidental Insurance Premium and other insurance premiums. (ix) Vehicle Maintenance (x) TA expenses of Directors, M.D. and staff. (xi) Postages/Telegraph (xii) Printing and Stationary (xiii) Interest on over drafts from banks (xiv) News Paper and Periodicals (xv) Rent (xvi) Legal and Professional expenses (xvii) Statutory Auditors fees, T.A. (xviii) Miscellaneous expenses (xix) Balances to be written off (xx) Charity and Donations (xxi) Subscriptions (xxii) Advertisements (xxiii) Labour charges (xxiv) Rebate and Discount (xxv) Office maintenance (xxvi) Demurrage and wharf age (xxvii) Appointment of staff/ employment on daily wages/ consolidated salary Full Powers

Full Powers Rs. 500/Upto Rs. 2500/Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers

Full Powers Full Powers Rs. 500 in each case Rs. 5000/- in each case Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Rs. 2000/- in each case Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers

(xxviii) Repairs and Renewals : (a) Plant & Machinery (b) Buildings (c) General (xxix) Telephone Connections (xxx) Electricity expenses (xxxi) To write off stores/stocks and other articles declared as unserviceable (xxxiii) Any other items, not specified above (a) Non-Recurring (b) Recurring II. INVESTMENTS OF FUNDS IN TRADING STOCKS (i) Iron & Steel, Tractor Power Tillers, Tyre & Tubes, Implements, Insecticides/Pesticides, Batteries, spares, etc. (ii) Fast moving medium fast moving and slow moving stores (iii) Cement (iv) AC Sheets (v) Vety. Medicines (vi) Investments for raw materials in processing units (vii) Other not specified above III. INVESTMENT IN FIXED ASSETS (i) Land (ii) Furniture/Fixture (iii) Type writers and calculators (iv) Electrifications (v) Vehicles (vi) Buildings (vii) Tractors (viii) Implements/Tools (ix) Library (x) Miscellaneous articles (xi) Dunnage (xii) Others not specified IV. CREDIT SALE POLICY (i) Credit Sales

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V. CONSUMPTION OF TRADING STOCKS FOR USE (i) Spare Parts (ii) Tyres and Tubes

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(iii) Batteries VI. POWERS TO SANCTION ADVANCES TO EMPLOYEES OF THE CORPORATION (i) Interest bearing advances: (a) HBA (b)Motorcar/Scooter/Cycle advance (c) Table Fans & Household Goods (d) Warm Clothing Advance (ii) Interest free advances: (a) LTC (b) Festival Advance (c) Grant of Advance in lieu of Salary.

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Full Powers subject budgetary provisions.

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Powers of General Manager

S.No. 1. Nature of Powers General Powers /Administrative Powers Extent of powers (i) To conduct management of whole of the affairs of the Corporation being 2nd controlling authority, subject to the supervision and control of the Managing Director of the Corporation. (ii) To look after the affairs of the Corporation under the overall supervision of the Managing Director. (iii) Issuing of all type of orders, letters with the prior approval of the Managing Director. (iv) Signing of Legal documents/all contracts/ agreements on behalf of the Corporation as per authorization of Managing Director. (v) Grant of all kind of leave to Class II, III & IV categories. (vi) Powers to sanction advance of Traveling Advance. (i) To charge sheet and investigate/enquire into the charges in respect of class-III and IV categories. (i) Drawl and disbursement of salary and wages to MD/Staff (ii) Staff welfare (iii) Entertainment (iv)Medical reimbursement to staff & M.D. Full Powers

2.

Disciplinary Powers

3.

Financial Powers

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Rs. 250/- per month Rs. 150/Full Powers

(v) Employer's contribution to : i) Provident fund ii) Administrative charges on CPF iii) Deposit Linked Insurance. (vi) Liveries and Uniforms (vii) Group Gratuity Insurances and Accidental Insurance Premium and other insurance premiums. (viii) Vehicle Maintenance (ix) Consumable Stores (Purchases) (x) TA expenses of staff. (xi) Postages/Telegraph (xii) Hiring of typewriters (xiii) Printing and Stationary (xiv) News Paper and Periodicals (xv) Filing fees (xvi) Rent (xvii) Legal and Professional expenses (xviii) Miscellaneous expenses (xix) Balances to be written off (xx) Subscriptions (xxi) Labour charges (xxii) Office maintenance (xxiii) Demurrage and wharf age (xxiv) Repairs and Renewals : (a) Plant & Machinery (b) Buildings (c) General (xxv) Telephone (xxvi) Electricity expenses (xxvii) To write off stores/stocks and other articles declared as unserviceable

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Full Powers Full Powers with the approval of the Managing Director Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Rs. 500 in each case One typewriter for 12 months Rs. 2000/- in each case Rs. 25/- per month Full Powers Full Powers Rs. 100/- in each case Rs. 50/- in each case Rs. 20/- in each case Rs. 150/- in each case Full Powers Rs. 50/- in each case Rs. 1000/- in each case Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Full Powers Rs. 100/- in each case case subject to a maximum of Rs. 1000/- in a financial year.

(xxviii) Any other items, not specified above

(a) Non-Recurring

Rs. 500/- in each case subject to a maximum of Rs. 5000/- in a financial year. Rs. 250/- in each case subject to a maximum of Rs. 2500/- in a financial year.

(b) Recurring

II. INVESTMENTS OF FUNDS IN TRADING STOCKS (i) Tyre & Tubes, Implements, Insecticides/Pesticides, Batteries, spares, etc. (ii) Fast moving spares. (iii) Cement (iv) AC Sheets (v) Investments for raw materials in processing units III. INVESTMENT IN FIXED ASSETS (i) Furniture/Fixture (ii) Electrifications (iii) Library (iv) Miscellaneous articles (v) Dunnage (vi) Others not specified IV. CREDIT SALE POLICY (i) Credit Sales to Govt. Deptts. V. POWERS TO SANCTION ADVANCES EMPLOYEES OF THE CORPORATION (i) Interest bearing advances: (a) HBA (b) Motorcar/Scooter/Cycle advance (c) Table Fans & Household (d) Goods TO

Full Powers

Full Powers Rs. 50000/- in each case. Full Powers Rs. 15000/- in each case

Rs. 500/each case Rs. 1000/annum Rs. 1000/annum Rs. 1000/annum Rs. 2200/annum Full Powers Full Powers

in per per per per

Full Powers subject budgetary provisions.

(e) Warm Clothing Advance

(ii) Interest free advances: (a) LTC (b) Festival Advance (c) Grant of Advance in lieu of Salary.

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Powers of Branch Managers/Incharges, Production Managers and Dy. General Managers(DMS).

S.No. 1. Nature of Powers General Powers /Administrative Powers Extent of powers (i) Signing of Legal documents/agreements on behalf of the Corporation as per authorization of Managing Director/Head Office. (ii) Grant of all kind of leave to subordinate staff upto the limit prescribed by the Head Office. (iii) Full powers to grant increments for subordinate staff except Class-I post. (i) Drawl and disbursement of salary of staff working in the Branch/Units (ii) Staff welfare (iii) Entertainment (iv)Medical reimbursement to staff & M.D. (v) Liveries and Uniforms (vi) Vehicle Maintenance (vii) Consumable Stores (Purchases) Full Powers

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Financial Powers

(viii) TA expenses of staff. (ix) Postages/Telegraph (x) Printing and Stationary (xi) News Paper and Periodicals (xii) Filing fees (xiii) Rent (xiv) Legal

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Rs. 50/- per month Rs. 75/- per month Rs. 50/- in each case Full Powers Rs. 1000/- in each case Up to Rs. 1000/- in each case Rs. 500/- in each case. Rs. 100 in each case Rs. 500/- in each case Rs. 15/- per month Full Powers Full Powers Rs. 100/- in

expenses (xv) Miscellaneous expenses (xvi) Balances to be written off (xvii) Labour charges (xviii) Office maintenance (xix) Repairs and Renewals : (a) Plant & Machinery (b) General

each case Rs. 20/- in each case Rs. 5/- in each case Full Powers Rs. 20/- in each case Upto Rs. 500 per month Rs. 50/- per month Full Powers

(xx) Electricity expenses II. INVESTMENTS OF FUNDS IN TRADING STOCKS (i) Tyre & Tubes, Implements, Insecticides/Pesticides, Batteries, spares, etc. (ii) Medicine (Veterinary) (ii) Fast moving spares. Medium fast moving Slow moving (iv) AC Sheets (v) Investments for raw materials in processing units III. INVESTMENT IN FIXED ASSETS (i) Furniture/Fixture (ii) Electrifications (iii) Library (iv) Miscellaneous articles (v) Dunnage (vi) Tools IV. CREDIT SALE POLICY (i) Credit Sales to Govt. Deptts. V. POWERS TO SANCTION ADVANCES EMPLOYEES OF THE CORPORATION (i) Interest free advances: TO

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Rs. 20,000/- in each case Full Powers Upto Rs. 7500/Upto Rs. 5000/Full Powers Rs. 10000/- in each case

Rs. 500/annum Rs. 1000/annum Rs. 150/annum Rs. 250/annum Rs. 1500/annum Rs. 500/annum Full Powers

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Grant of Advance in lieu of Salary.

Purchase Committees:

(i) For Pesticides Plant, Parwanoo (Raw material and Packing material etc.): (a) Manager Production, Pesticides Plant (b) Divl. Manager/PM(Pest.) (c) Chief Accounts Officer, HPAIC HO Shimla. (d) Assistant Manager, Pesticides Plant. (ii) For Commercial/Pesticide Section, Shimla (Pesticides, PPE,) : (a) Production Manager (Pesticides), HP AIC, H.O. Shimla. (b) Chief Purchase Officer, HP AIC, H.O. Shimla. (c) Chief Accounts Officer, HP AIC, H.O. Shimla. (d) Sr. Accountant Gr-I, Commercial Section, HP AIC, H.O. Shimla. For Cattle & Poultry Feed Units, Parwanoo/Jachh (Raw material, packing material, etc.) (a) Production Manager, CPF Unit, Parwanoo (b) Branch Incharge, HP AIC, Parwanoo. (c) Production Manager, CPF Unit, Jachh (d) Senior Accountant, CPF Unit, Parwanoo/Jachh For Agriculture Implements & Tools Factory Jachh (Raw material, packing material, stores, etc.) (a) Production Manager, AIF Unit, Jachh (b) Branch Manager, HP AIC, Jachh. (c) Production Manager, CPF Unit, Jachh (d) Senior Accountant, AIF Unit, Jachh For Honey Processing Plant, Kandrori (Raw material, packing material, stores, etc.) (a) Manager Production, Honey Processing Plant Kandrori. (b) Marketing Manager, HP Agro Industries Corporation Ltd., Shimla. (c) Sr. Assistant (Accounts), Honey Processing Plant Kandrori. Branch level Committee (upto Rs. 20,000/-) : (a) Branch Manager/Incharge/Marketing Officer or Divisional Manager for his own branch. (b) One person from Accounts/Store. (c) Any person not below the rant of Clerk. Divisional Level Committee (upto Rs. 1,00,000/-) : (a) Dharamshala Division (b) Mandi Division (c) Parwanoo Division

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(vi)

(vii)

(d) Shimla Division (e) Jachh (Nurpur) Division (Note: The Divisional Managers will collect the requirements of their Division and will associate with the Divisional Manager, HP AIC Ltd. Parwanoo for effecting the purchase of the branches functioning under them on the prescribed dated i.e. 7th and 21st or the next working day if there is holiday on these dates or as mutually agreed in case of emergent requirements purchases made by the Branch Level Purchase Committee shall be approved by the concerned Divisional Level Committee. The above Purchase Committees will also function as Tender Evaluation Committees where tenders are invited for purchase. All Committees will finalize the purchase at their own level and will send the proceedings to the Head Office for record. The Divisional Manager/Branch Manager who will purchase the material by the Local Purchase Committees or through the Central Purchase Committee through Divisional Manager constituted for the trading items mentioned above will also send it for record. The concerned Divisional Manager/Branch Manager/Incharge who purchase material through any Committee will submit to the Head Office except Production Units, the total price of trading items; purchases, the sale price, profit margin earned for information to the Head Office. Vety. Medicines required by Feed Plants shall be purchased from manufacturers through committee constituted for the purpose. When Divisional manager, Parwanoo will be on leave, in that case for purchase of raw material for AIF Jachh, Chief Purchase officer, HP AIC H.O. Shimla/Neighbouring Divisional Manager, HP AIC, Dharamshala will participate. (viii) Local Purchase Committee (upto Rs. 20,000/-) : 1. For Agriculture Implements Factory, Jachh : (a) Production Manager, AIF Jachh. (b) Sr. Accountant, AIF Jachh. (c) Sr. Accountant, AIF Jachh. 2. For Cattle & Poultry Feed Unit, Parwanoo/Jachh : (a) Production Manager of respective CPF Unit. (b) Lab. Technician/Store Incharge, Parwanoo/Jachh (c) Sr. Accountant of respective unit. 3. For Honey Processing Plant, Kandrori :

(a) Manager (Production), Honey Processing Plant, Kandrori (b) Sr. Asstt. (Accounts), Honey Processing Plant, Kandrori (c) Assistant Store keeper/Store keeper, Honey Plant Kandrori 4. For Pesticides Formulation Plant, Parwanoo : (a) Production Manager, Pesticides Formulation Plant, Parwanoo (b) Sr. Asstt. (Accounts), Pesticides Formulation Plant, Parwanoo (c) Sr. Accountant, Pesticides Formulation Plant, Parwanoo

b) 1.

Duties of Officers/Employees of the HPAIC Managing Director:

The Managing Director is the overall executive head of the

organization. He exercises overall superintendence and control on the working of all units/branches as well as officers/officers working therein. He is responsible to carry out functions of the Corporation and exercise all powers conferred on him by the Service Regulations, Board of Directors and the State Government from time to time to fulfill the objectives. Also working as an Appellate Authority under Right to Information Act, 2005.

2.

General Manager(Vacant):

Co-ordination and control of all managerial, administrative, financial,

technical, production, procurement & marketing functions etc. and liaison with the Government and other institutions under the overall supervision and control of the Managing Director.

3.

Chief Purchase Officer [Dy. General Manager(E)]:

i) ii) iii) iv) DDO for Head Office. Responsible for Purchase /Store Section in Head Office, Overall Incharge of Bitumen Section and Establishment and Admn. Desk Officer for HPAIC Parwanoo(Feed Unit), B.O. Solan, Nalagarh and Poanta Sahib v) Coordinating officer for trading of Tyres & Batteries, other purchases of Agriculture Implements, etc.

Also working as Public Information Officer (PIO) under Right to Information Act, 2005 and also looking after the correspondence relating to the said Act.

4.

Marketing Manager [Dy. General Manager(Shimla)]:

i) Overall Incharge of Commercial Section business of Pesticides/ Insecticides, BioChemicals, Bio-Fertilizers, Plant Protection

Equipments, Sericulture and finalization of Rate Contracts of Pesticides, in the H.O. ii) Desk officer for Trading Branches falling under Shimla Division i.e. Rampur, Rohru & Shimla. iii) iv) Desk Officer for Retail Outlet(Petrol Pump) Desk Officer for Chemical Fertilizers.

5.

Chief Finance Officer(Vacant):

Responsible for : i) ii) iii) Joint Ventures and MIS (Mango/ Citrus). Monitoring of Financial Results and annual budgeting. Desk Officer for following Manufacturing Plants : (a) Implements & Tools Factory, Jachh. (b)CPF Unit, Jachh. (c) Honey Plant, Kandrori. (d) CPF Unit, Parwanoo. iv) Desk Officer for trading branches of the Corporation except, B.O. Parwanoo, Solan, Nalagarh and Paonta Sahib. v) Procurement and distribution of carton boxes/trays.

6.

Chief Accounts Officer:

i) Overall Incharge of Accounts Section in the H.O. Shimla.

ii)

Finalization of Accounts of the Corpn., Audit of Account, Audit Replies, PUC paras, etc.

iii)

Provident Fund, Gratuity and Group Insurance Claims. Also working as Assistant Public Information Officer (APIO) under Right to Information Act, 2005.

7.

Assistant Engineer(Civil):

Responsible for Engineering Cell, repair and maintenance works in the Corporation.

8.

Marketing Manager [Dy. General Manager(Dharamsala)]:

Responsible for all business activities of B.O. Dharamsala as overall Incharge. Keeping supervision on working of B.O.,Maranda, Nagrota, R.O. Maranda, B.O. Jwalamukhi,

9.

Divisional Manager [(Dy. General Manager(Hamirpur)]:

Overall head of the B.O. Hamirpur and Controlling officer for B.O.Amb, Una, Hamirpur as Dy. General Manager.

10. Production Manager (Pesticides):

i) ii) iii) iv) Overall Incharge of Pest. Plant Parwanoo. Desk Officer of Pesticide Plant Parwanoo. Joint Ventures and MIS (Mango/ Citrus). Desk Officer for following Manufacturing Plants : Implements & Tools Factory, Jachh. CPF Unit, Jachh. Honey Plant, Kandrori. iv) Desk Officer

B.O. Bilaspur, Mandi, and Kullu. vi) Procurement and distribution of carton boxes/trays.

11. Manager Production(Cattle & Poultry Feed):

Responsible for the working of Feed Plant, Parwanoo as Manager Production under the overall control and supervision of the DGM(P) H.O.

12. Manager Production (Honey Plant):

i) Responsible for the working of Honey Plant, Kandrori as Manager Production. ii) Quality Control job in the Feed Plant, Jachh additionally, under the overall control and supervision of the DGM, Jachh.

13. Branch Managers:

Responsible for all business & other activities of the Branches concerned under the overall control and supervision of the DGMs.

14. Marketing Officers:

Responsible for all business/Marketing & other activities of the Branches concerned where posted under the supervision and overall control of the DGMs.

15. Accounts Officer:

Writing/ maintaining of accounts in the branches/unit where posted and other allied matters including annual closing and audit, etc. under the overall supervision and control of the BMs/CAO/DGMs.

16. Purchase Manager(Vacant):

Assisting the Manager Production/Incharge of Feed Plant in the sales, purchases of raw material, finishing goods and vety. Medicines, etc.

17. Manager Procurement:

(i) Responsible for Rate Contract of Pesticides, Plant Protection Equipments etc. in Commercial Section at H.O.

18. Superintendent Grade-I:

Working in the Estt. Section and dealing/attending to all Estt. matters in respect of the officers/officials working in the Corporation. Besides,

attending to all jobs relating to Court Cases relating to service matters, Board Matters in respect of Estt. Section, VRS Cases of employees, Assured Career Progression Scheme, Official Accommodations, Right to Information Act, 2005, Assembly Questions, Rules/ Regulations of the Corporation and allied correspondence thereof and other routine matters in the H.O.

19. Private Secretary :

Working as Private Secretary to the Managing Director.

20. Marketing Assistant:

Responsible for all business/Marketing & other activities of the Branches concerned where posted under the supervision and overall control of the BMs/DGMs.

21. Sr. Accountant Gr-I:

To deal with all matters relating to accounts, preparation of annual accounts, banking, cash, CPF, taxation, Income tax cases related tow staff and company, submission of returns and tax audit of the Corporation, AG audit para's, Public undertaking Committee including Vidhan Sabha matters, consolidation of half and yearly accounts, sundry debtors of all branches, budget and other matter relating to

accounts section and passing of bills/claims, etc. under the overall control and supervision of CFO/CAO and Branch/Unit Heads concerned.

22. Chemist-cum-Quality Control Incharge :

Analysis of various pesticides/insecticides/cattle feed etc. being

formulated in the Production Units. Of the Corporation, quality assurance, Quality control/check, Inspection, Testing, Planning and programming and monitoring of production and quality, Sampling, Blending at plant level.

23. Shift Supervisor(Vacant) :

Responsible for supervision and operation of plant and production, processing, maintenance, general upkeep of the plant and machinery and related matters.

24. Legal Assistant :

To deal with all legal cases and monitoring, maintaining of case files, preparation of replies after collecting information from concerned branch/unit and sections, execution of agreements, legal advice and other cases relating to law section. Besides keeping contacts with the Standing Counsels

25. Storekeeper :

To deal with stores/stocks in the branches/units/Head Office of the Corporation under the overall control and supervision of Branch Officers concerned.

26. Senior Scale Stenographer(Vacant) :

To work with Sectional Heads/General Manager in the Head office.

27. Senior Assistant (Estt./Acccounts/Store):

Assigned work to process and deal with various cases relating to General Administration/Personnel Matters, Inquiries/Vigilance cases, Court cases, Industrial Relations, Committee matters and all other service matters relating to pay and allowances/promotions, etc. Also assigned jobs to deal with the matters relating to Accounts/store, etc.

28. Junior Engineer :

To assist the Assistant Engineer (Civil) in various repair and maintenance/ construction work in the Engineering wing of the Corporation.

29. Foreman/ Assistant Foreman:

Supervision of the machinery/equipments of processing plants and their proper upkeep, repair and maintenance of equipments.

30. Mechanic:

To attend the routine repair and maintenance jobs during season in shifts and overhauling of plans and machinery during the lean period assist in repair and maintenance in annual overhauling.

31. Electrician :

Operation and maintenance of the transformers/MCOs Control Board, Motors, etc. in shifts in the manufacturing plants and to attend the repair and maintenance hob of electrical equipments in the Head Office/trading branches.

32. Operators :

To operate the power press, rolling forging machine, repair of rollers, operate hammers, fixing, matching, and dismantling of dies on hammers, etc.

33. Shaperman :

Proper machining of jobs on shaper machines, etc. as per requirement.

34. Die-maker :

Responsible to make different types of the dies under supervision of Foreman, etc.

35. Turner/Welder :

Proper facing of hammers on the lathe machine and machining of other jobs i.e. dies, fabrication jobs and welding, etc.

36. Driver :

Proper up keeping of vehicle and drive the same besides completing the Log Book of the Car/Vehicle daily.

37. Junior Assistant/Clerk :

To put up the correspondence relating to the subject assigned to them and general matters i.e. Diary and Dispatch, Typing work, besides assisting in stores/accounts work, publicity, advertisement. Tour Programmes/Diary, dealing with all correspondence relating to Computer, Computer Operation, Data Compilation, Compilation of CPF Data, at Head office and in the Plant and Branch Offices.

38. Lab. Assistant :

To assist the Chemist/Quality Control Incharge in testing/analysis jobs besides maintaining general cleanliness in the Laboratory.

39. Helper :

To assist in operation of plant and different machines on which they are deployed and in routine maintenance upkeep of plant and machinery and Electrical works in production units/workshops. In branches they are deployed to perform Class-IV duty of

Peons/Chowkidar in the absence of technical jobs.

40. Cleaner :

To assist drivers on heavy vehicle and upon posting at other places, he is required to perform duty of Peon-cum-Chowkidar in the absence of heavy vehicles.

41. Skilled Labourers (Pesticides) :

To assist the operators/Mechanics/Shift Supervisor and Plant Incharge in formulation of various pesticides/insecticides and packings of the finished goods.

42. Peon-cum-Chowkidar :

Deployed at Head Office/Branches/Manufacturing Plants to discharge the duties of Peon and Night Duty Chowkidars as per requirement.

43. Sweepers :

Sweeping work at Head Office, Trading Branches and Manufacturing Plants.

(iii)

Procedure followed in the decision making process including channels of supervision & accountability

The Managing Director is the overall head of the Corporation and also the decision making authority as per powers vest ed in him according to Service Regulations of the corporation. The Managing Director is assisted by the General Manager, Deputy General Managers, Chief Finance Officer, Chief Accounts Officer and other Branch/Unit/Section Heads and different functionaries in the Corporation. The Divisional Managers/Production Managers/Branch Managers/ Manager

Productions are authorized to take decisions and exercise powers to the extent, the same are delegated by the Managing director. The cases, on which the decision of the Managing Director/General Manager is required, are invariably sent to the Head Office for appropriate orders/approval or decision.

(iv)

Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions

The functions/duties are discharged by each officer/official of the

Corporation as per the powers delegated and duties assigned by the management from time to time. (v) Rules, Regulations, instructions, manuals & records held by it or under its control 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Memorandum and Articles of Association of HPAIC. Service Regulations of the Corporation. Proceeding Book of Board of directors. Proceeding Book of Annual General Meeting. Share Holders Register. Share Certificate Book. Seal of Company. Directors Register. Accounts Manual. Annual Reports. R & P Rules. Cash Books. General Ledgers. Salary Registers etc.

(vi)

A statement of the categories of the documents that are held it or under its control

The Corporation has such documents (except mentioned at S.No. v)

under its control which are un-classified/un-categorized and also some documents mentioned u/s 8 of the RTI Act.

(vii)

Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation ot its policy or administration

The Government of Himachal Pradesh constitutes the Board of Directors

of the HPAIC and also nominates non-official directors thereon which is the ultimate authority to take the decision in the Corporation.

(viii)

A statement of the Board, Councils, Committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.

The Govt. of Himachal Pradesh has constituted the Board of Directors of

the Corporation and at present Sh. Singhi Ram, Hon'ble Horticulture Minister is Chairman of the Corporation. The minutes of the Board are accessible for the public. The list of Board of Directors is as under: LIST OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS 1. Shri Narender Bragta, Hon'ble Horticulture Minister/Chairman, Himachal Pradesh, SHIMLA- 171002.

2.

Shri V.C.Pharka, IAS Principal Secretary (Hort.) to the Government of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171002. Shri Ajay Tyagi, IAS. Principal Secretary (Finance) to the Government of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171002. Dr. B.C. Bist, Director of Animal Husbandry, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171005. Dr. J.C. Rana, Director of Agriculture, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171005. Dr. Gurdev Singh Director of Horticulture, HP., Shimla ­ 171002. Mrs. Anita Tegta, IAS. Managing Director, HP Agro Industries Corporation Ltd., Shimla- 171002.

Director

3.

Director

4.

Director

5.

Director

6.

Director

7.

Director

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT DIRECTORS 8. Shri R.K. Rathore, Dy. Commissioner (Hort.) Room No. 103, B. Wing, NRM Division, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi- 110001.

NON OFFICIAL DIRECTORS 9. 10. 11 12. 13. Shri Sanjeev Phanda Shri Hem Pal Rana Shri Ravinder Chauhan Shri Yuvraj Bodh Shri Jai Singh Non-official Director -do-do-do-do-

LIST OF SHAREHOLDERS: 1. Shri Narinder Bragta, Hon'ble Horticulture Minister, Himachal Pradesh, SHIMLA- 171002. Mrs. Rajwant Sindhu, IAS., Chief Secretary to the Govt. of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171002. Sh. Ajay Tyagi, IAS., Principal Secretary (Fin.) to the Govt. of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171002. Shri V.C.Pharka, Principal Secretary (Hort.) to the Government of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171002. Sh. S.S. Thakur, Secretary (Law) to the Govt. of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171002. Joint Secretary (MY), Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture, New Delhi. Dr. J.C. Rana, Director of Agriculture, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171005. Dr. Gurdev Singh, Director of Horticulture, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla- 171002. Mrs. Anita Tegta, IAS. Managing Director, HP Agro Industries Corporation Ltd., Shimla- 171002.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

(ix) & (x) Directory of Officers and Employees

S. No. 1 Category with pay scale Managing Director Name of employees Place of Posting HO Shimla Tel. No.

Mrs. Anita Tegta, IAS DGMs/Divl.Managers/Prod.Mgr. (10025-15100) K.C.Sharma S.K.Gupta V.P.S.Chambia Balbir Chauhan Production Manager(P) (10025-15100)

01772623811

2 3 4 5

Hamirpur HO Shimla B.O. Dharamsala BO Shimla

01972222373 01772623803 01892228495 01772623367

6 R.C.Verma Chief Accounts Officer (10025-15100) 7 Assistant Engineer (7880-13500) 8 Manager (Prod). (7880-11660) 9 Branch Manager (7880-11660) 10 11 Accounts Officer (7220-11660) Praveen Sharma Mohinder Mahajan Chamba Jachh M.S. Prasher Kandrori(H) J.S. Nekta HO Shimla Dev Raj HO Shimla HO Shimla

01772623792

01772623803

01772623794

01893244388

01899222493 -01893226016

12 13 14 15 16

Ramesh singla K.K.Pandey R.K.Sood Vijay Pal O.C.Kaushal

Parwanoo(Pest) Jwalamukhi Maranda Parwanoo(CPF) H.O. Shimla

01792232381 01970222296 01894238335 01792232219 01772623794

Marketing Officer (7220-11660) 17 18 19 20 21 22 Manager Procurement (Rs.7880-11660) 23 Private Secretary (7220-11660) 24 25 Superintendent G-I (7220-11660) 26 27 Senior Accountant Gr.I (6400-10640) 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Store Keeper (Rs.6400-10640) 40 41 42 43 S.S.Guleria Kameshwar Gupta S.P.Gautam Ranjit Singh Maranda HO Shimla Nalagarh Una 01795223077 01893233568 Mohinder Chauhan Gopal Sirkeck H.L.Sharma Parkash Chand A.K.Sood Ram Swarup Kapil Sood J.C.Sharma Mohan Joshi P.N.Sharma Vidyar Singh Kamal Kishore HO Shimla HO Shimla HO Shimla HO Shimla Kullu Jachh(CPF) Parwanu(T) Amb HO Shimla HO Shimla Rampur Mandi G.D.Kaundal Saroj Sharma HO Shimla HO Shimla Deep Ram Sharma Devender Pal Sharma HO Shimla Jachh(AIF) H.L.Thakur HO Shimla Sudhir Katoch Mohan Negi Suresh Bhak Raj Kumar Jishtu Rajesh Mehta D.D.Sharma Solan Feed Unit, Parwanoo Kandrori(Honey) HO Shimla Rampur Feed Unit, Parwanoo 01782233113 01792223754 01792232219

44 Marketing Assistant (6400-10640) 45 46 47 Chemist/QCI (6400-10640) 48 Legal Assistant (6400-10640) 49 Personal Assistant (6400-10640) 50 Junior Engineer(C) 51 Sr.Assistant(Estt.) (5800-9200) 52 53 54 55 56 57 Sr.Assistant(Accounts) (5800-9200) 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Assistant Storekeeper (5800-9200) 65 66 67 68 69

Subhash Chand

Parwanoo(CPF)

Lachhi Ram Thakur Surinder Jishtu A.C. Dogra

Rohru Parwanoo(T) HO Shimla

Nirmal Singh

Parwanoo(Pest)

Rajesh Deshta

HO Shimla

Ram Swarup Tilak Raj

H.O. Shimla H.O. Shimla

Yogesh Gupta Rajinder Singh Rana B.K.Negi Surinder Dhawan D.K.Raina Sakina Rana

Parwanoo(T) Jwalamukhi HO Shimla HO Shimla Maranda HO Shimla

Amarjit Sharma Lekha Justa Balbir Thakur Ms. K.B.Rana

Hamirpur Shimla(BO) Bilaspur HO Shimla Solan Parwanoo(CPF) H.O. Shimla

Inder Kaushik Raj Pal Gangta Smt. Bimla Sharma

Subhash Chand Ajay Kaistha Manmohan Kanwar Purva Nand Thakur Dhani Ram

Parwanoo(CPF Nagrota Parwanoo(Pest.) HO Shimla Hamirpuur

70 71 72 73 Assistant Foreman (5000-8100) 74 75 Head Mechanic (4400-7000) 76 Sr. Electrician (4400-7000) 77 Mechanic Gr.I (4020-6200) 78 Lab. Assistant (3330-6200) 79 Driver (3330-6200) 79 G.O. (3120-5160) 80 Clerk/Jr. Asstt. (3120-5160/44007000) 81 82 83 84 85 Mechanic Gr.II (3120-5160) 86 Welder/Turner/Diemaker(3120-5160) 87 88 89 Black Smith (3120-5160) 90

Arun Bhatnagar

Maranda Mandi Parwanoo(Trd.) Kullu

Deep Chand Rajinder Chauhan Amra Thakur

Sher Singh Ram Singh

HO Shimla Parwanoo(CPF)

Tara Chand

Parwanoo(CPF)

Dalip Singh

H.O. Shimla

Gandharv Singh

HO Shimla

Ramesh Kumar

Jachh(CPF)

Anant Ram

HO Shimla

Parma Nand

HO Shimla

Vasu Dev kartar Singh Gaytri Devi Niketan Chauhan Nita Bhardwaj

Kandrori(H) Chamba Solan HO Shimla Jachh(CPF)

Kewal Krishan

Dharamsala

Ram Swarup Daya Krishan Rajinder Kumar

Jachh(CPF) Jachh(AIF) B.O. Jachh

Ram Shingar

Jachh(AIF)

91 Operator (3120-5160) 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 Helper (2720-4260) 99 100 101 102 Peon-cum-Chowkidar (2520-4140) 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124

Radhey Shyam

Nalagarh

Pancham Lal Prem Singh Balwinder Singh Ghanshyam Tiwari Murtza Khan Ram Lal Baldev Raj

Jachh(AIF) Jachh(CPF) Parwanoo(CPF) Parwanoo(Pest) R.O. Maranda Kandrori(H) Jwalamukhi

Ramesh Chand Bir Singh Madan Lal Sarup Lal

Parwanoo(CPF) Kandrori Jwalamukhi H.O. Shimla

Smt. Dhayanku Devi Kishan Singh Ashwani Kumar Puran Chand Pyare Lal Leelawati Khem Chand Shiv Lal Negi Attar Singh Pawan Singh Kamla Devi Kamal Kant Kartar Singh Gurdyal Singh Bihari Lal Ram Kirpal Shakuntla Devi Shreshta Devi Sushma Devi Sewa Devi Mangla Devi Surekha Devi

HO Shimla HO Shimla Jwalamukhi HO Shimla HO Shimla Bilaspur Kullu Rampur HO Shimla HO Shimla Rampur Jwalamukhi Jachh(AIF) B.O. Parwanoo Chamba Parwanoo(Pest) HO Shimla Jachh(T) Rohru Jachh(T) Parwanoo(CPF) Hamirpur

125 126 127 128 Skilled Labour (2520-4140) 129 130 131 132 133 Sweeper (2520-4140) 134 135

Gangi Devi Bacho Devi Ms.Soma Devi Jagroop Singh

Mandi Parwanoo(Pest) Una Jachh(AIF)

Jagat Singh Ram Naresh Shamboo Mehto Sudama Prashad Tokhi Bhagat

Nalagarh Parwanoo(Pest) Parwanoo(Pest) Parwanoo(Pest) R.O.Maranda

Hoshiar Singh Daya Ram

Jachh(AIF) Maranda

The pay and allowances and other emoluments to the employees of the Corporation are allowed on the analogy of Govt. employees subject to the approval of the competent authorities i.e. Board of Directors, Service Committee/F.D.

(xi)

The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursement made.

No budget is being provided by the State Government to the Corporation and even the Corporation is not preparing any budget of its own except sales targets which are being given to each branch/unit for achieving every year. Staff expenses and other administrative expenses are provided as per requirement from time ti time.

(xii)

The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amount allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes.

The H.P. Agro Industries Corporation Ltd., is a commercial organization and as such it is not implementing/allowing subsidy grants to any organization.

(xiii)

Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorization granted by it;

The Corporation has no such scheme to provide concessions and authorization etc.

(xiv)

Details in respect of the information available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form.

The website of the Corporation is under preparation as such the

information about the Corporation will be available on its website shortly as and when the same is launched to facilitate the public.

(xv)

The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working of a library or reading room, it maintained, for public use;

At present the Corporation has not set up any library, however, the Corporation has appointed Public Information Officers and Assistant Public Information Officers to provide information to the public.

(xvi)

The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers

State Level Proforma

S. No. 1.

Name of Appellate Authority Mrs. Anita Tegta

Designation & office address

Jurisdiction (area/subject)

Telephone/ Fax Number 01772623811

E.Mail, if any. ----

Managing Director, The HPAIC as a HPAIC, Nigam Vihar, whole Shimla-2

Sr. No. 1.

Name of Designation & Office Jurisdiction E.Mail PIO/APIO Address (area/Subjec Address t) Sh. S.K. Dy. General Manager, HP AIC/all Gupta, PIO HP AIC Ltd., Nigam branches Vihar, Shimla-171002 situated in the State. Sh. Balbir Dy. General Manager, HP AIC all Chauhan HP AIC Ltd., Nigam branches APIO Vihar, Shimla-171002 situated in the State.

Telephone/fax number (Office) 0177-2623803, 2623811 (fax)

2.

0177-2623367, 2623811 (fax)

(xvii)

Such other information as may be prescribed

Any other information relating to this Corporation will be provided as

and when required by the public.

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