17 items (manuals) prescribed in clause (b) sub-section 1 of Section 4, which every public authority is required to publish within one hundred and twenty days from the enactment of the Act
Chairman, Steel Authority of India has delegated some of his powers to the Managing Director, Rourkela Steel Plant. The same being confidential in nature have not been disclosed. The Managing Director, Rourkela Steel Plant has further sub-delegated some of his powers to the executives of Rourkela Steel Plant.
The following documents containing the powers delegated to the executives, by the Managing Director, Rourkela Steel Plant are annexed :-
The executives and non-executives are posted in different departments depending upon the need and requirement of the department. They are expected to discharge the responsibilities and functions in their assigned areas, and contribute to the Section/ Department where they are posted and to the Plant. They are required to discharge their duties as per rules, guidelines, procedure, practices etc. prevalent in the organization. The job profile of the employees and officers are as per requirement of the Plant, and change from time to time, depending upon the excigencies of the Plant.
The executives and non-executives, are required to adhere to the following rules/orders, as is applicable to them during the course of their employment :-
Rourkela Steel Plant being a commercial organization, executives are required to take fast decision in their respective area. Procedures, rules, guidelines, delegation of power etc. have been formulated for examining the matter, and submission of proposal for decision. Where the proposal requires consultation with various departments, normally meetings are held with the representative of the departments, and minutes of the meetings are drawn up/reference is made in the note sheet relating to such discussions/meetings. Normally the files pass through 3/4 levels, before it put up to the Approving Authority.
A large number of Units / Departments are certified under ISO 9001 : 2000 QMS and ISO 14001 : 2004 Environment Management Systems (EMS) wherein procedure to be followed by such Units’/ Department have been elaborated.The employees and officers are required to follow the laid down procedures, rules, guideline etc. while discharging their duties and functions.
› Personnel Manual (contains rules, regulations, procedures, benefits etc. - for information/use of employees as well as by management)
› Purchase/Contract Procedure
› Delegation of Powers
1. Memorandum of Understanding(MOU)
The MOU 2005-2006 was signed between SAIL and Ministry of Steel, Government of India. It envisages achievement of the vision of the Company to become a respected world-class corporation and leader in Indian steel business in quality, profitability and customer satisfaction. To achieve this vision, the Company has drawn a directional road map – the Corporate Plan 2012. The Plan is drawn in two phases – up to 2006-07 and 2011-12, to correspond with the 10th & 11th Plan.
The document further lays out the major goals/objectives of the plan, performance evaluation parameters and targets, commitments/assistance from the Ministry of Steel and action plan for implementation and monitoring of the MOU.
2. Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association
(Incorporated on 24th January 1973 under the Companies Act, 1956)
The document sets out the structure, purpose and operation of SAIL in accordance with Companies Act, 1956.
3. Annual Report
4. Memorandum of Understanding(MOU)
5. Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association
Such bodies are constituted at Corporate level for Steel Authority of India Limited itself such as National Joint Committee for Steel, Committee for Production and Productivity, Joint Committee on Safety, Health, Environment in Steel Industry etc.
Representatives from Rourkela Steel Plant from both the Management and the employees’ side are participants in such committees and are actively involved in the decision making process therein. The decisions of these bodies are implemented at Plant level.
NB. All the intercom numbers can be accessed from external phones by prefixing the number with 24
|Sl.No.||Name||Designation||Office Telephone||Fax No.|
|01.||DIPAK CHATTARAJ||CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER||2510018||47527|
|02.||PRODYOT KUMAR DASH||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (Works)||2510025||47175|
|03.||RAJ VIR SINGH||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (P & A)||2511140||47353|
|04.||DILLIP KUMAR MOHAPATRA||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (MM)||2510479||47274|
|05.||PANKAJ KUMAR||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (Projects)||2510097||47522|
|06.||NIROD KUMAR SAMANTARAY||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER, MM(STORES)||2600058||39156|
|07.||RAMANARAYAN NAYAK||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (A&I)|
|08.||SAMIR RANJAN DUTTA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (MS)|
|09.||BISWAJIT PATNAIK||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (CO&CC)||2510904||47770|
|10.||ARABINDA MISHRA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (OBBP)||2510495||47270|
|11.||SISIR KUMAR BEHERA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (PROJECTS)||2448257||48257|
|12.||PALAKRUSI MURLI||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (HSM-I)||2510254||46101|
|13.||ASHOK KUMAR CHAKRABORTY||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER I/C (STEEL)|
|13.||CHITTA RANJAN MOHAPATRA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER I/C (SERVICES)||2523241||47684|
|14.||ARUN KUMAR PRADHAN||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (F&A)||48594|
|15.||NARESH KUMAR||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (PROJECTS)|
|16.||PROMOD KUMAR SATAPATHY||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (SINTER)||2114404||42240|
|17.||DR. SUDHANSHU SEKHAR PATI||DIRECTOR I/C (M&HS)||2642703||39955|
|18.||SAIBAL CHAKRABORTY||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (ELECTRICAL)|
|19.||RAJENDRA MISRA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (HRD)||2510154||48500|
|20.||RAJENDRA KUMAR DANI||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (MARKETING)|
|21.||S MANJHI||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (SMS-II)||2510463||46427|
|22.||SURATH SAHU||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (PROJECTS)||46248|
|23.||ONKAR NATH||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (REFRACTORIES)||2510585||48169|
|24.||PRADEEP KUMAR SAHOO||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (PROJ. COMML.)|
|25.||AJAYA KUMAR NAYAK||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (TA & CSR)||2600058||39156|
|26.||SANJOY MOHANTY||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (PP&C)||47529|
|27.||B R BABU||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (BLAST FURNACES)||2523241||47684|
|28.||DR. RAJAN KUMAR BEHERA||DIRECTOR (M&HS)||39937|
|29.||DEBABRATA DUTTA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (HOT STRIP MILL-2)|
|30.||RAJIV RANJAN||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (NEW PLATE MILL)||44001|
|31.||PRAVEEN NIGAM||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (F&A)||2510078||47602|
|32.||ATANU BHOWMICK||GENERAL MANAGER (Services)|
|33.||SUBRATA ACHARYA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (SAFETY & FIRE SERVICES)|
|34.||GOUTAM KUMAR DASH||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER, MM (PURCHASE)|
|35.||MS.ATASHI PRAMANIK||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (C&IT)||2511251||48473|
|36.||SUNIL KUMAR RAMA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (POWER PLANT)|
|37.||I RAJAN||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (CO&CCD)|
|38.||TARUN TAPAN LAHIRI||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (T&RM)|
|39.||ANDRA VENKATA RAJASEKHAR||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (MECHANICAL)||2446808||46808|
|40.||A C RATHI||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (VIGILALNCE) & ACVO|
|41.||ARUNAVA DASGUPTA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (QUALITY)||2511210||2511210|
|42.||UMESH CHANDRA JENA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (PROJECTS)|
|43.||RAMKRUSHNA PATRA||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (SMS-I)||2510268||48330|
|44.||ATISH CHANDRA SARKAR||CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (UTILITIES & ENV.)||2510023||47480|
|45.||DR. SHIKHAR SAHAI||DIG(CISF)||2510024||2510024|
|46.||RAMENDRA KUMAR||GM (PR) & CoC||2510050||48443|
The pay scales of executive and non—executive employees are given below :
24900—3%—50500 ( after completion of one year or
successful completion of training as applicable)
In addition to above, all the executives are entitled to get Dearness Allowance based on AICPI, Perks and other allowances as applicable.
In addition, all regular employees are entitled to get dearness allowance based on AICPI, monthly production incentive bonus, HRA, CCA and other allowances as applicable.
Manual No 11.
PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT
|(Rs. in Lakhs)|
|P A R T I C U L A R S||2014-15||2015-16||2016-17|
|- By Products and Secs.||51367||32901||41957||21982||42047||85349|
|- Policy Loss||0||0||0|
|- Inter Plant Transfers||3708||29945||0||10086||13582||27376|
|- Internal Consumption||0||0|
|- Excise Duty||137457||97422||129549||87962||125673||106068|
|- Freight Outward||23557||14812||24226||19769||19819||24282|
|- Stock Accr./Dec.(-)||2642||69043||-9025||-18727||-63994||-20324|
|- Interest earned||2000||2480||1823||1810||1823||1686|
|- Other Revenues||9300||11737||10700||13203||13600||14545|
|- Prov.no longer reqd||354||• 0||311||0||207|
|- Adjustment pertaining to||-7774||0||0||0||0|
|A. NET INCOME||1254136||921911||1161836||670146||986924||861472|
|- Raw Materials excl.|
|- Semi/Finished Goods||16022||9343||18269||5476||12109||9902|
|- Coking Coal&Purch Coke||364201||273872||328200||268295||257676||330247|
|- Power & Fuel||115630||94333||112466||97493||111068||92514|
|- Employees' Remn.& Ben.||177890||159036||175583||168914||160054||154533|
|- Stores & Spares||67508||54252||67500||58438||72500||53291|
|- Repairs & Maintenance||17000||14608||19000||15437||21000||15611|
|- H.O. Deficit||7648||6968||6800||6792||6640||7524|
|- CCSO Expenses||817||897||719||814||745||755|
|- Stockyard Expenses||7228||7026||8192||7321||8150||9520|
|- Other Exps. & Provs.||89722||37889||44760||46442||55867||45443|
|- CET expenses||1316||1545||1656|
|- RDCIS expenses||800||800||800|
|- Less Inter A/C Adj.||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|C. Gross Margin -|
|(A - B)||185488||105897||156170||-138316||108922||-3550|
|F. Add/Less extraordinary items||0||1533||3042|
|G. Net Profit/Loss(-) [E -F -G]||92048||23204||54715||-252353||108||-135780|
No subsidy programme is executed by Rourkela Steel Plant. As a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, Rourkela Steel Plant undertakes various peripheral development programmes/activities for the benefit of the public / people residing in the peripheral villages.
As a commercial organization functioning in a fiercely competitive market, Rourkela Steel Plant does not generally provide any concessions or permits which may result in lesser financial inflow to the organizationAs an exception, relating to the Corporate responsibility of a PSU, the Materials Management Department of Rourkela Steel Plant provides concessions of the following nature :-
Giving Purchase Preference to Public Sector / Government Undertakings as per relevant Government Guidelines on the subject.
Giving Purchase Preference to Units registered as local SSI Units of Orissa.
Exempting Government Undertakings / SSI Units / Registered Vendors of Steel Authority of India Limited - Rourkela Steel Plant & Registered Vendors of other SAIL Units from submission of Earnest Money Deposit in Purchase Tenders.
Procurement of some items on Single Tender Basis from Sister Units and SAIL Subsidiaries viz. Raw Forgings & Rolls from ASP, Silico Manganese and High Carbon Ferro Manganese from MEL. Procurement of some items on Single Tender Basis from Public Sector / Government Undertakings viz. Low Silica Limestone from Rajasthan State Mines & Minerals Limited, TIN from MMTC etc.
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CENTRAL ASSTT. PUBLIC
AGM(PL)Rectt. & Gen., & APIO
CENTRAL ASSTT. PUBLIC
DGM(PL) General Admn.&APIO
CENTRAL ASSTT PUBLIC
MANAGER (Personnel-IR&R) &APIO
General Manager(Personnel & Admn.)
Shri RAJ VIR SINGH
Executive Director (P&A)