Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes Co.operative Finance Corporation Limited::Hyderabad

 

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT

Dr.DAMODHARAM SANGEEVAIAH SAMKSHEMA BHAVAN,
5th FLOOR, MASAB TANK,
HYDERABAD – 500 028






A.P.S.C FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

List of Assistant Public Information Officers , Public Information Officers and Officers to act as Appelate Authority


Sl. No.

District

Asst.Public Information Officer

Public Information Officer

Officer to act as Appellate Authority

Officers Address

1

APSCCFC Ltd., Hyd. Head Office

Sri K. Vijaya Ratnam, Executive Officer (Planning.)

Sri P. Ramesh Chandra,                      General Manager (Development),             9849903542

Sri M. Jagadeeshwar, I.A.S., VC & Managing Director
9849792093

Dr. Damodaram Sanjeevaiah Samkshema Bhavan,                       5th Floor, Masab Tank, Hyderabad
040-23315970
040-23399836
040-23321141
040-23320747

2

Srikakulam,                     D S C S C S Ltd

Sri P.Gopalakrishna Rao, Asst.Exe.Officer,

Sri R. Kanaka Raju, Executive Officer, 9849905956

Smt. Ch. Mahalaxmi, Executive Director
98499-05955

Tarakarama Complex, Srikakulam    08942-240580         

3

Vizianagaram,                D S C S C S Ltd

Sri D.Raghu, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri S.Jagannatha Rao, Executive Officer,
9849905958

Sri G. Krishna,                    Executive Director
98499-05957

Dr. M. Chenna Reddy Bhavan, Vizianagaram 089
08922-276459

4

Visakhapatnam,                   D S C S C S Ltd

Sri. Ch. John Victor, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri D.Anjaneyulu,                Executive Officer,
9849905960

Sri I.D. Raju,                                       Executive Director
98499-05959

Samkshema Bhavan,         Sector-6, MVP Colony, Visakhapatnam
0891-2553501

5

E. Godavari,                     D S C S C S Ltd

Sri. P.N.Swamy, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri K.S.S.Syam,               Executive Officer,
9849905962

Sri M. Raju,                                   Executive Director
98499-05961

Pragathi Bhavan, Kakinada
0884-2362196

6

W. Godavari,                 D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. N. Yakob,              Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri P. Gopal,                                    Executive Officer, (Development)
9849905964

Sri N. Balaji Singh,  Executive Director
98499-05963

Pragathi Bhavan, Collectorate Office Complex, West Godavari
08812-230126

7

Krishna,                          D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. G. Karunasri Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri P. Hemadri Rao, Assistant Project Officer,
9849905966

Sri Nageswar Rao,  Executive Director
98499-05965

Collectorate Office Complex, Machilipatnam
08672-252412

8

Guntur,                          D S C S C S Ltd

Sri G. Kameswar Rao, Assistant Executive Officer,

Dr.J.P.Venkateshwarlu, Assistant Project Officer,
9849905968

Sri K. Srinivasa Rao, Executive Director
98499-05967

Behind Zilla Praja Parishad Office,Guntur
0863-2234134

9

Prakasam,                     D S C S C S Ltd

Sri M. Satyanarayana, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri G. Audaiah,                 Executive Officer,
9849905970

Sri B.V.Trinatha Rao, Executive Director
98499-05969

Pragathi Bhavan, Ongole
08592-233396

10

Nellore,                              D S C S C S Ltd

Sri A. Jayaram,                Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri V.Venkateswarlu, Executive Officer,
9849905972

Sri M.Yugander Kumar, E.Director
98499-05971

Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan, Nellore
0861-2324763

11

Kurnool,                            D S C S C S Ltd

Sri P.B.V. Ramana, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri B. Ranganath,                Executive Officer,
9849905974

Smt. Sarala Vandanam, Executive Director
98499-05973

Social Welfare Office Complex, Kurnool
08518-230836

12

Kadapa,                       D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. B. Saramma, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri G.Dayanand,                Executive Officer,
9849905976

Sri B. Anil Kumar Reddy, Executive Director
98499-05975

Pragathi Bhavan, Cuddapah
08562-244729

13

Anantapur,                         D S C S C S Ltd

Sri S. Yellaiah,                   Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri. Y. Bhabanna,              Executive Officer,
9849905978

Sri D.Anand Naik,                    Executive Director
98499-05977

Penner Bhavan, Ananthapur
08554-232167

14

Chittoor,                                 D S C S C S Ltd

Sri S.A. Rawoof,                Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri B. Ravanappa,               Executive Officer,
9849905980

Sri Y.Vishwamohana Reddy, Executive Director
98499-05979

Opp. Z.P.P, Chittoor
08572-233673

15

Adilabad,                      D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. S. Indira,               Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri T. Charandas,                Executive Officer,
9849905982

Sri P. Narsimha Rao, Executive Director
98499-05981

Social Welfare Office Complex, Adilabad
08542-242637

16

Nizamabad,                 D S C S C S Ltd

Sri B. Jayaram,                  Sr. Asst.

Sri D. Nilakantam,                  Executive Officer
9849905984

Sri A. Anand Paul,                         Executive Director
98499-05983

Pragathi Bhavan, Nizamabad
08462-222950

17

Karimnagar,                  D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. Satyamma,            Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri S. Satyanarayanasarma,                Executive Officer,
9849905986

Sri S. Wilson Prabhakar, Executive Director
98499-05985

Collectorate Complex, Karimnagar
0878-2262243

18

Warangal,                            D S C S C S Ltd

Sri M. Suryanarayana, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri Ch. Rajaratnam,                                   Executive Officer,
9849905988

Sri C.V. Krishna Reddy, Executive Director
98499-05987

Pragathi Bhavan, Warangal
0870-2511650

19

Khammam,                      D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. Padmaja,                 Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri D. Kumaraswamy,                     Executive Officer,
9849905990

Sri C. Kammi Reddy, Executive Director
98499-05989

DRDA Office Building, Khammam
08742-228367

20

Nalgonda,                   D S C S C S Ltd

Sri D. Mukundam,             Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri Lingaiah,                                Executive Officer,
9849905992

Sri D. Srinivasa Naik, Executive Director
98499-05991

Samkshema Bhavan, Nalgonda
08682-244544

21

Medak,                         D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. V. Kanaka Tara, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri B. Ashok Babu,                   Executive Officer,
9849905994

Sri K. Satya Narayana, Executive Director
98499-05993

Collectorate Complex, Sanga Reddy
08455-276391

22

Mahaboob Nagar,                            D S C S C S Ltd

Sri Ch. Jaya Rao, Assistant Executive Officer,

Smt. G.B.Vinolia,                                                Executive Officer,
9849905996

Sri C. Sridhar,                 Executive Director
98499-05995

Collectorate Complex, Mahaboobnagar
08542-242637

23

Ranga Reddy,                                D S C S C S Ltd

Sri E. Sandeep,               Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri A. Nageswar Rao,                     Executive Officer,
9849905998

Kum. D. Shailaja,                Executive Director
98499-05997

Collectorate Complex, Lakdikapul, Hyderabad
040-23212273

24

Hyderabad,                      D S C S C S Ltd

Md. Yosuf Ali,                Assistant Executive Officer, (Plg.)

Sri. D. Sarvaiah,                       Executive Officer,
9849906000

Sri D. Sarvaiah,               Executive Director
98499-05999

Collectorate Complex, Hyderabad
040-23201500



APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

 Chapter - 1

Organization, Functions and Duties

[Section 4(1) (b) (i)]


Normally the files will be processed by the Jr.Assistant/ Sr. Assistant and route the files through the concerned Superintendent and the Superintendent will route the files to the concerned Executive officer/Special officer and the Executive Officer/Special officer to the General Manager (A & F)/General Manager (D&P) and to the VC & Managing Director. The VC & Managing Director is the final decision making authority.

Channel of supervision
The channel of supervision begins with the Section Superintendent and he will route the files to Executive Officers/Special officers and General Managers.

Accountability:The sections Assistant i.e Jr.Assistant or Senior Assistant is accountable for the tappals he received and he has to submit the files to the concerned Superintendents.

APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter - 4

Norms Set For the Discharge of Functions

          [Section 4(1) (b) (IV)]

Norms set by organization

The Corporation is being a Government assisted Department will follow the rules and regulations issued by Government from time to time and the decisions of the Government are binding. The officers shall discharge their duties within the framework of rules and regulations as are applicable to the State Government employees.

Discharge of duties

The duties will be discharged by the officers as prescribed from time to time. At present the following is the duty chart of the officers of the Head office of A.P.S.C Finance Corporation.

Sl       No

Name of the Officers / Employees

Description of the work to deal with

1

V.C & Managing Director

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE CORPORATION

2

General Manager (Administration & Finance)

Overall incharge of Administration and Finance i.e., Establishment, Vigilance, A.C.B. cases, Legal matters and Maintenance of the office.  Maintenance of Accounts and all other matters related to Administration and Finance

Sl       No

Name of the Officers / Employees

Description of the work to deal with

3

General Manager (Development & Planning)

Overall incharge of Planning and Development I.e., Budget and mobalisation of funds.  Action Plan, formulation of Schemes  and its implementation. Audit, Inspections and DCB, Recovery. Meetings and reports, LAQs, CMP, CMO references  and all other matters related to Development and Planning

4

Executive Officer (Establishment &Maintenance)

Sectoral in charge of Establishment Matters of Head Office, District Societies,. Convening of COP & General Body meetings.  Sectoral incharge of Maintenance of the Office.I.e., Tools and Plants, Moveable & Immovable properties, Furniture and Fixtures, Records & Stationery. Inwards and Outwards and Record Room and all maintenance.

5

Executive Officer                       (Legal)

Sectoral incharge of  Legal Matters of Head Office, District Societies including S.W Engineering Wing, Establishment matters  and all court cases..

6

Executive Officer                     (Planning)

Sectoral incharge of Planning, Budget (Plan & Non Plan), Meetings, Reports. Preparation of Action Plan and its implementation.  He is inchage of Minor irrigation and all Land based schemes, Bank linked Schemes, ISB sector, Poultry complexes, Shopping complexes, Artisans, CMP cases, CMO references, all LAQs and any other reports to be sent to Govt.,

7

Executive Officer                      (Accounts, Recovery, Internal and External Audit & Inspections)

Sectoral incharge of Accounts of the Corporation.He is responsible for all Receipts & Payments of the Corporation and related matters. He is responsible for maintenance of all accounts. Sectoral incharge of Recovery of loans. He is responsible for DCB and   Internal & External Audit of District Societies and Head office and related matters. Audit& Inspections, PAC, Audit paras of C & AG and Cooperative Audit.

8

Executive Officer                     (NSFDC & NSKFDC

Sectoral inchage of NSFDC, NSKFDC and  Rehabilitation of Scavengers, Bonded Labour, Jogins, Land Purchase, Horticulture, Micro Credit,  M.S.Y. and all related matters.

9

Executive Officer                     (Horticulture)

Monitoring of Horticulture schemes being implemented by all the District Societies. To look after Vigilance and ACB Cases.

10

Executive Officer (Animal Husbandry)

Monitoring of Animal Husbandry schemes being implemented by all the District Societies.



APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter - 5

Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records

[Section 4(1) (b) (v)]

Rules Regulations

A.P. Scheduled Castes Cooperative Finance Corporation Ltd follows the rules and regulations as issued by Government from time to time. A. P. State and Subordinate Service Rules 1996, A.P. C.C.A Rules 1991,A.P. Leave Rules, A.P. Last Grade Service Rules, Budget Manual, F.R., Financial Code and are being followed.

Instructions

The Department follows the rules issued by Government from time to time.

Manuals and records

The Department has two Manuals viz 1. Departmental Manual and Functionary Manual and also maintain the records i.e Service Registers, Annual Confidential Reports and Property Statements of each employee.  The Society is governed by its Bye-Laws which are shown in the following pages.


ANHDRA PRADESH SCHEDULED CASTES CO-OPEARTIVE FINANCE CORPORATION LIMITED::HYDERABAD

 

BYE-LAWS OF CORPORATION

FIFTH FLOOR, D.S.S. BHAVAN, MASAB TANK
HYDERABAD – 500 028

ANDHRA PRADESH SCHEDULED CASTES COOPERATIVE FINANCE CORPORATION LIMITED: HYDERABAD (No.T.A.570)

Bye-Law No.1 :

Name Constitution and Address :

The Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes Co-operative Finance Corporation is registered as a Co-operative Society under the Andhra Pradesh Co-operative Societies Act 7 of 1964. Its address shall be office of the Director of Social Welfare, Basheerbagh, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Its area of operations shall extend to the State of Andhra Pradesh.

Bye-Law No.2 :

  1. “Corporation” means the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes Co-operative Finance Corporation Ltd., Hyderabad.
  2. “District Society” means Dist., Scheduled Castes Service Co-op. Society.
  3. “Act” means Andhra Pradesh Co-operative Societies Act 1964.
  4. “Rules” means Andhra Pradesh Co-operative Societies Rules 1964.
  5. “Committee” means the Board of Directors of the Corporation.
  6. “Government” means the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
  7. “Registrar” means the Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad or any person on whom the powers of Registrar were conferred by the Government under Section 3 of the Act.

Bye-Law No.3 :

OBJECTS :

The primary duty of the Corporation is to undertake the tasks of economic up-liftment of the members of the Scheduled Castes in the State. The objects of Corporation shall therefore be as follows:

  1. The Corporation shall plan, promote, undertake and assist programmes of Agricultural Development, Animal Husbandry, Marketing, processing, supply and storage of agricultural products, small scale industry, village industry, cottage industry, trade, business or any other activity which will enable the members of the Scheduled Castes to earn a better living and help them improve their standards of living.
  2. To undertake a programme for setting up employment oriented industries, cottage and small scale industries, village industries, etc., by providing technical know how managerial assistance financial assistance, and any other form of assistance which may be required in achieving the above objective including providing the necessary financial guarantees to institutions on behalf of the Societies concerned.
  3. To provide working capital to the affiliated societies by advancing loans and cash credits and the like;
  4. To co-ordinate, supervise and control the activities of the affiliated societies;
  5. To act as the Agent of the Government for procurement supply and distribution of Agricultural or other produce or other goods as and when required to do so;
  6. To provide facilities for survey, research or study of the problems relating to cottage and village industries, small businesses to assess potentialities of village, cottage and small scale industries and scope of their development with a view to promote such industries and business for the purpose of providing employment to the members of the Scheduled Castes.
  7. To arrange for publicity and marketing of the finished products manufactured by the members in the village industries if necessary by opening show rooms, emporiums, exhibitions etc.,
  8. To invest or deposit surplus funds of the Corporation in Government securities or in Co-operative Banks or other banks approved by the Registrar.
  9. To issue bonds and debentures for raising resources for fulfilling any of the objects of the Corporation.
  10. Generally to purchase, take on lease or in exchange, hire or otherwise acquire, any real and personal property and any rights or privileges which the Corporation may think necessary or convenient for the purpose of its business and in particular any land building, easements, machinery plant and stocks-in-trade.
  11. To receive grants, gifts, donations, loans advances or other moneys on deposits, or otherwise from the Andhra Pradesh Government or the Government of India or Co-operative or commercial banks, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Companies, Trusts or individuals with or without allowance of interest thereon in pursuance of the above objects.
  12. To provide for the welfare of person in the employment of the Corporation and families including wives and widows of such persons, by establishing provident or other funds, by grants of money, pensions or other payments towards educational and medical relief.
  13. To encourage self help, thrift and co-operation among the affiliated societies and their members;
  14. To do all other things as are incidental to or conductive to the attainment of the above objects.

Bye-Law No. 4 :

LIABILITY:

The Liability of the members of the Corporation shall be limited to the share capital subscribed by the respective members.

Bye-Law No.5 :

SHARE CAPITAL :

The authorized share capital of the Corporation shall be Rs.500 lakhs made up of the following categories.

  1. ‘A’ class shares of Rs.20/- each which shall be available only to the District Societies;
  2. ‘B’ class shares of Rs.100/- each which shall be available only to the State Government;
  3. ‘C’ class shares of Rs.50/- each which shall be available to any other Registered Co-operative Society or Co-operative Society deemed to be registered under the Act.
  4. ‘D’ class shares of Rs.10/- each to Persons above the age of eighteen who sympathises  with the objects of the Corporation or have dealings with the Corporation.
The Managing Committee may fix the number of A and C class shares to be contributed by members.

Bye-Law No.6 :

Membership and Eligibility :

Membership of the Corporation shall be opened  to the following in the area of operation.

  1. All Scheduled Castes Finance Co-operative Societies in the State shall be eligible for admission and they shall be allotted ‘A’ Class shares.
  2. State Government shall be eligible for admission and shall be allotted ‘B’ Class shares.
  3. Any other Co-operative Society in the state shall be eligible for admission and shall be allotted ‘C’ Class shares.
  4. Any person sympathising with the objects of the Society or have dealings with the society may be admitted as nominal member and shall be allotted ‘D’ class shares.
‘C’ and ‘D’ class members shall have no right to vote participate in the management of the Society and shall have no share in the dividend or rebate disbursed by the Corporation.


Bye-Law No. 7:

Every application for admission to the Corporation shall be in the from prescribed and addressed to the Managing Director.  The Committee may not without sufficient cause refuse admission to membership to any Society duly qualified under bye-law No.6.  Where admission is refused the decision with the reasons therefor shall be communicated by the Corporation by Registered Post to such Society within 15 days from the date of decision or within 10 days from the date of application for membership whichever is earlier. If no such decision is communicated to such applicant within 60 days from the date of application for membership, the Corporation shall be deemed to have admitted such applicant as a member on payment of share capital etc. as required under section 24 of the Act and as per bye-laws.  The Managing Director shall give effect to the admission. The name of every society either admitted as a member under sub-section (3) of Section 19 of the Act or deemed to have been admitted as a member by virtue of the provision to the said section shall be entered in the admission register by the Managing Director of the Corporation within thirty days from the date of resolution passed by the competent authority to admit such societies as member or from the date on which such society is deemed to have become a member as the case may be.


Bye – Law No. 8:

Every district society shall hold shares of the face value of atleast 1/20th of its borrowings.  This  restriction shall not apply to supplies on credit to district societies.  Every district society shall on allotment  pay an entrance fees of Rupee one per share allotted to it subject to maximum of Rs.100/- as entrance fee.  No District Society shall, take more than Rs.5000/- in face value.

The value of share, or shares allotted shall be paid in one lumpsum.

Bye-Law No. 9:

It shall be open to the Government to take shares in the Corporation subject to such terms and conditions as may be laid down by Government from time to time.  No entrance fee is payable on such shares.

Bye-Law No. 10:

Every allotee of shares shall be entitled to receive grants in respect of the share or shares, a certificate or certificates signed by the Managing Director and countersigned by one other Director.  If any such share certificate is lost a duplicate certificate may be issued on payment of Rs.2/- per certificate provided that such evidence as the committee may deem reasonable is adduced regarding the loss of such certificate.  If any certificate be worn out or damaged, the Managing Director may order the same to be cancelled and issue a duplicate certificate in lieu thereof payment of Rs.2/- per certificate and on surrending the certificate so worn out or damage. 


By – Law No. 11:

a).      No member shall be permitted to transfer any share or interest held by it unless.

  1. The society has held such shares for not less than one cooperative year.
  2. The society  has cleared its dues to the Corporation.
  3. The transferee is a society which has been accepted by the committee of the Corporation for admission to membership; and
  4. Until the name of the transferee has been entered in the shares transfer register;

Note : Every endorsement upon the certificate of any share for transfer shall   be signed by the Managing Director.

b). No member shall at any time be permitted to withdraw any share or shares held by it.  The withdrawal of shares held by the Government shall however be on such terms and conditions as may be laid down by them from time to time which shall be binding on the Corporation.  Should a member cease to be eligible for membership, the Corporation shall remove its name from the list of the members and arrange to pay back within reasonable period of such member the share capital paid by it together with dividend declared if any after deducting any sums due from it to the Corporation. 


Bye – Law No. 12:

The membership of a Society in the Corporation shall cease on;

  1. The transfer of all the shares held by the member Society;
  2. The cancellation of its registration;

Bye – Law No. 13:

A past member shall be liable as provided in bye law No.4 for the debts due by the Corporation as they existed on the date when it ceased to be a member for a period of 2 years from such date.

Bye-law No. 14:

FUNDS:

The Corporation shall ordinarily raise funds in the following manner from all or any of the following sources:

  1. Share capital;
  2. Entrance fees and other fees;
  3. Deposits from members;
  4. Loans from the Life Insurance Corporation Cooperative Financing Agencies, Commercial Bank, State and Central Government, Zilla Parishad and Panchayat Samithis;
  5. From other financing agencies with the prior approval of the Registrar of Co-operative Societies;
  6. Grants / subsidies from the State and Central Governments;
  7. Grants / subsidies from any other Institution / Agencies with the prior approval of the Registrar of Co-operative Societies;
  8. By floatation of debenture / bonds with the prior approval of the Registrar of Co-operative Societies;

Bye-Law No 15:

DEPOSITS:

The Corporation may accept deposits from members on such terms and conditions as the Committee may decide from time to time.

 

Bye-Law No 16:

BORROWINGS:

The total borrowings of the Corporation by way of loans or by way of deposits shall not extend in aggregate 20 times the paid up share capital and reserve fund or such enhanced limit as may be permitted by the Registrar from time to time.

Bye-Law No 17:

MANAGEMENT:

Subject to such resolution as the General Body may from time to time pass, the Executive Management  of the Corporation shall vest in the Board of Directors.  The Committee shall consist of 15 persons of whom 5 shall be elected by the General Body from among the delegates of affiliated societies and the rest shall be the nominees of Government as specified below :

1.          Secretary, Employment and Social Welfare                             Chairman
2.          Deputy Secretary, Finance                                                      Member
3.          Joint Secretary or Deputy Secretary,
             Panchayat Raj Dept.                                                               Member
4.          Director of Social Welfare                                                      Member
5.          Director of Industries and Commerce                                      Member
6.          Director of Agriculture                                                            Member       To be
7.          Director of Animal  Husbandry                                                Member          nominated
8.          Registrar of Cooperative Societies by
             or his nominee                                                                        Member          Government
9.          Managing Director, Agro Industries Corp.                              Member
10.        Managing Director                                                                 Member      


Bye-law No. 18:

COMMITTEE:

The members of the Committee except those nominated by the Government shall be elected by the General Body in accordance with the provisions with the provisions of the Andhra Pradesh Co-operative Societies Act 1964 and the A.P. Co-op. Societies Rules 1964.  The term of the members of the Committee shall be for a period of 3 years.  For the period of Office of the members of the Committee, the year shall commence from the date of assumption of charge by the Chairman.  All the members of the Committee shall vacate their office on the expiry of the term unless the period is extended by the Registrar of Co-operative Societies under Section 31(2)(b) of the Andhra Pradesh Co-operative Societies Act 7 of 1964.  Any interim vacancy or vacancies of the elected members shall be filled by co-option by the remaining members of the committee at a meeting.  The members of the Committee coopted in any interim vacancy shall also vacate their office on the expiry of the term of office of the committee.  The proceedings of the Committee shall not be invalidate on account of any vacancy or vacancies on the Committee may which remain unfilled. Any member of the Committee may at any time resign from his office by sending a letter of resignation to the Managing Director  of the Corporation but such resignation shall take effect only from the date on which it is accepted by the Committee.

“Notwithstanding any thing contained in bye-law No.16th, 17th and 18th first set of committee including the Chairman shall be nominated by the Government.  They shall hold office for a period of 3 years.  The Government shall also have power to extend the nomination of the Directors from time to time for a further period of 3 years. The Government shall have power to cancel the nomination of any of the members of the Committee including the Chairman and nominate any other person in his place without assigning any reasons.  Any interim vacancy that may arise among nominated members shall also be filled by the Government for the rest of the period.”


Bye-law No. 19:

MANAGING DIRECTOR:

The Board of Management shall appoint an official nominated by the Government as the Managing Director of the Corporation.

Bye – law No. 20:

MEETINGS OF THE COMMITTEE:

The Committee shall meet as often as necessary for the conduct of the business of the Corporation.  Such meetings shall be convened by the Managing Director giving 7 days notice of the Meeting. The quorum for the meeting of the Committee shall be 6.  All questions before the Committee shall be decided by majority of votes.  In the case of equality of votes, the chairman or any other member of the Committee presiding at the meeting in the absence of the Chairman shall exercise a casting vote.  No member of the Committee shall be present at any meeting of the Committee when any matter in which he is personally interested is being discussed.  The Managing Director of the Corporation shall also within a period of 15 days from the date of receipt of requisition for a meeting of the Managing Committee from at-least five members of the Committee or from the Registrar shall convene a meeting stating of the Managing Committee stating the subjects to be considered thereat.

          Notices for meeting shall be sent either by local delivery or by post under certificate of posting.

          The notice of the meetings shall be deemed sufficient and proper if sent to his address given by the members, if being their duty to keep the Corporation informed of any change in their address.

          Any subject of an urgent and important nature not included in the agenda except the amendments to bye-laws may with leave of the house, be taken up for discussion.  When leave is refused the subject so brought up shall be deemed to be a subject for discussion at the next meeting.

Bye – law No. 21:

DISQUALIFICATION OF DELEGATE OF SOCIETY:

No member of an affiliated Society which is in default to the Corporation or to any other society for a period exceeding 3 months or who is a defaulter to the Corporation or to another Society for a similar period shall cease to be a Director in the Corporation or vote at the meeting of the General Body on behalf of the affiliated Society.

         
A member of an affiliated society who has been appointed to represent the Society in the Corporation and vote shall cease to hold his appointment as such if he is in default to the Society or any other Society for a period exceeding 3 months or if he becomes a defaulter to the society or any other society for a like period. 


Bye-law No. 22:

No delegate of an affiliated society shall be eligible for being chosen as, and for being a member of the Committee if:

  1. Is in default to the Society which the represents or to any other society for a period exceeding three months or is a delegate of the society which is defunct or is in default to the Corporation or any other society for a period exceeding three months.
  2. Acquires any interest in any subsisting contract made with a work being done / for Corporation except as otherwise prescribed in the Rules.
  3. Is of unsound mind and stands so declared by a competent court, a deaf mute or a leper;
  4. Is appearing as a paid legal counsel on behalf of the Corporation or if he is appearing against the Corporation.
  5. Ceases to be a member of the Society which he represents.
  6. Has held office as a Director of two apex two Central or one and one central Society.
  7. Has held office as a director of the Corporation for two consecutive terms :
  8. His delegation is withdrawn
  9. The committee which elected him as a delegate has been superseded;
  10. The affairs of the affiliated society of which he is the delegate or wound up;
  11. He resigns

Bye – law No. 23:

Any delegate of a member society sitting on the Board of Directors of the Corporation shall vacate the seat if;

  1. His delegation is withdrawn by the society he is representing;
  2. The committee of the society which elected him as a delegate is superseded;
  3. The society of which is he a delegate or defunct or commits default for over 3 months to the Corporation.
  4. The affairs of the society of which he is the delegate or wound up; or
  5. He resigns;

Bye – law No. 24:

POWERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

  1. To pay the preliminary expenses incurred in the promotion and registration of the Corporation;
  2. To appoint, suspend, remove or dismiss or other wise deal with the employees of the Corporation whose pay exceed Rs.1000/-
  3. To raise funds for the purpose of the Corporation in the form of loans and determine the terms on which they should be raised;
  4. To admit members;
  5. To establish and maintain provident fund or other benefit funds for the employees as laid down in the bye-laws;
  6. To determine from time to time who shall be entitled to sign on behalf of the Corporation bills notes receipts, acceptances, endorsements, cheques, release contracts and documents and to give the necessary authorities for purpose and in the absence of the Managing Director;
  7. To institute, conduct, defend, compound or abandon any legal proceedings by or against the Corporation or its officers;
  8. To frame subsidiary regulations for the conduct of business of the Corporation which will come into effect after the approval of the Registrar;
  9. To grant loans and advances to members;
  10. To sanction or approve investment of funds of the Corporation;
  11. To authorise the Managing Director or any other paid employee of the Corporation to operate on the Bank accounts.
  12. To scrutinise and put-up the annual budget to the General Body;
  13. To Prescribe  or  regulate from time to time the  strength of office and field state and their scales, salaries, allowances and other conditions of services and to incur such expenditure as may be necessary for the management of the business of the Corporation subject to budget allotment;
  14. To incur such expenditure as may be necessary for the management of the Corporation with reference to the scale and within the budget allotment sanctioned by the General body for each year.
  15. To present to the General Body the annual report and the statement of accounts;
  16. To arrange for the efficient supervision of affiliated societies;
  17. To appoint or take on loan services of officers of the Government for carrying out the business of the corporation.
  18. To create a cadres of key personnel, train them and allot to the affiliated societies;
  19. To sanction extension of the period for loans which become due for payment;
  20. To convene meetings of the General body
  21. To convene special meetings of the General body of the affiliated societies and to address them;
  22. To call for a list of defaulting borrowers in the affiliated societies and to direct the societies concerned to take action for recovery of amounts due from such members;
  23. To sanction advances and loans to employees for purposes specified in the Bylaws;
  24. To transact all other business incidential to the administration of the Corporation and
  25. To arrange to maintain such accounts and registers as are prescribed under the Act., Rules and Bylaws.

Bylaws No. 25 :

Subject to such resolutions as the committee may form time to time pass the several officers of the corporation shall have following powers.

POWERS OF THE CHAIRMAN:

          He shall have General control over all the affairs of the Society :

  1. He shall preside over the meeting of the Managing Committee and the General body.
  2. The Chairman shall control and conduct meetings.
  3. He shall approve the minutes / proceedings and ensure that the resolutions are properly implemented.
  4. He shall be appointing and disciplinary authority of Employees in the pay range of Rs.500-1000.  An appeal against his orders shall lie to the Board of Management.
  5. He shall incur expenditure upto Rs.1000/- of an emergent nature under contigencial.
  6. He shall be competent to incur expenditure relating to the business of the society subject to budget provision upto Rs.25,000/-.
  7. He shall power to appoint legal advisors fix their remuneration.

POWERS OF THE MANAGING DIRECTOR :

  1. The Managing Director, shall have the following powers besides such other powers as may be entrusted to him from time to time by the Managing Committee.
  2. He shall be the Officer to sue or to be sued on behalf of the society and all bonds, agreements and contracts made by the Corporation shall be in his name.
  3. He shall be responsible for the general conduct, supervision and management of the day to day business affairs and administration of the Corporation.
  4. He shall receive or arrange for receipt of all moneys, cheques, bank drafts and securities and make or arrange to make all payments on behalf of the society and shall arrange for proper maintenance and custody of cash balance and other properties of the Corporation.
  5. He shall endorse and transfer promissory notes, Government and other securities and endorse sign negotiate or get enclosed signed and negotiated cheques and other negotiable instruments on behalf of the Corporation.  He shall also operate or arrange operative on the accounts of the Society with any Bank subject to limits specified by the Managing Committee.
  6. He shall appoint members of the staff within the sanctioned scale of establishment upto and inclusive of posts of the grade pay in scales upto Rs.500/- subject to the procedure laid down by the Managing Committee and qualifications and security prescribed by the Registrar.
  7. He shall award penalties including dismissal from service of employees, he is competent to appointment subject to the condition that an appeal against his orders shall lie to the Chairman.
  8. He shall determine from time to time the powers duties and responsibilities of various employees working in the corporation and held them responsible there for, but shall exercise effective supervision over them.
  9. He shall incur expenditure upto Rs.500/- of an emergent nature under contingencies in the interest of the Corporation.
  10. He shall be competent to incur expenditure relating to the business of the Corporation subject to budget provision upto Rs.10,000/-.
  11. He shall convene the meetings of the Managing Committee and General Body in consultation with the Chairman.
  12. He shall prepare annual budget and programme or forecast of business and place it before the Board of Directors and General Body for approval.
  13. He shall place audit reports, statutory inspection notes and statutory enquiry reports before the next General Body Meeting of the Corporation after the date of their receipt and take necessary further action.

Bye-law No.26 :

POWER TO MAKE SUBSIDIARY RULES :

It shall be competent for the Committee of the Corporation to frame subsidiary regulations for the conduct of the business of the Corporation consistent with the Act, Rules and bye laws.  Such subsidiary regulations shall be entered in the minute book of the Corporation and reported to the Registrar for approval.  They shall take effect only after their approval by the Registrar.

Bye – law No.27 :

The services of members of the Committee shall be gratitutions.  The members of the Committee shall be eligible for such T.A. and D.A. and may be decided by the Committee with the approval of the Registrar.

Provided, however, they shall not be eligible for any other allowances from any Cooperative Institution for journeys made for the meetings of such institution on or about the same date of the meeting of the Committee.

The persons claiming T.A. and D.A. for journeys made should invariably furnish a certificate stating that he has not claimed or drawn T.A. and D.A. for the same journey from any other institution.

Bye – law No. 28 :

The method of recruitment, condition of Service authority competent to recruit to the posts to fix the scales of pay and allowances of the paid officers or employees of Corporation and the procedure to be followed in the disposal of the disciplinary cases against them shall be governed by the special bye-laws framed by the Board got approved by the General Body and registered by the Registrar.
 
Bye – law No. 29 :

Subject to the provisions of the Act, the rules and bye – laws, the ultimate authority of the Corporation shall vest in the General Body.  The General Body shall not however, interfere with the powers of the committee or the Managing Director in respect of matters delegated to it by the Act, the Rules and the Bye – laws.  The following matters shall be dealt with by the General Body.


  1. Election and removal of the elected members of the Committee;
  2. Annual report to the Registrar;
  3. Consideration of the audit report and the annual report;
  4. Disposal of the net profits;
  5. Amendment to bye-laws;
  6. Expulsion of a member;
  7. Approval of the annual budget of income and expenditure;
  8. Affiliation of the Corporation to the financing Bank or other federal societies and
  9. Election of delegates to the financing bank or federal society.


Bye – law No 30:

GENERAL MEETING :

  1. The Committee may  at any time call a General Meeting of the Corporation but such meeting shall be called for and the held at least once in a Co-operative year.
  2. The General Meeting shall consist of the delegates of all the affiliated district societies and nominees of Government specified in bye-law 17.  Any affiliated District society may withdraw its delegate at any time and send another in his place.  A delegate who ceases to be member of the Society which he represent shall cease to represent it.
  3. The resolution of the District Society appointing a delegate shall be in writing and in such form as may be prescribed by the Committee and shall be deposited at the registered office of the Corporation before the time fixed for holding a meeting at which the delegate named in the resolution proposed to vote except as other – wise provided in the Rules.
  4. A general meeting may be called at any time by the Committee and it shall be called within a period of 30 days from the date of receipt of a requisition from two thirds of the total number of affiliated District Societies or at the instance of the Registrar or any person authorised by him.
  5. A notice of the meeting of the General Body shall be issued specifying time, place and date of the meetings at least 15 clear days in advance.  Such notice shall be sent by any one of the following modes namely.
    • by local delivery or
    • by post under certificate of posting
  6. The quorum for the General Meeting shall be 5 or  1/3rd of the total number of members on rolls whichever is less.
  7. The Chairman or in his absence one of the members elected for the purpose shall preside at the General meeting are provided that in a General Meeting convened for the purpose of election of the members of the Committee, the election officer shall preside over the meeting and conduct proceedings.
  8. All questions before the General Body shall be decided by a majority of votes.  In case of equality of votes the Chairman of the meeting except the election officer or the Registrar or a person authorised by him under section – 32 (5) of the Act shall have a casting vote.

Bye – law No. 31 :

LOANS :

  1. Loans and cash credits shall be given only to District Societies. Provided that loans and cash credits on the security of fixed deposits may be sanctioned to nominal members.
  2. Loans and cash credits to members shall be sanctioned by the Managing Committee.
  3. The Managing Committee shall frame regulations to be approved by the registrar governing the purpose, the security, the period, the rate of ineterest and such other terms and conditions in respect of the loans and cash credits that may be sanctioned by the Corporation.
  4. The Managing Committee shall also frame regulations to be approved by the Registrar, Governing the terms and conditions on which it may grant conversions of short term loans into medium term loans or extension to the period of repayment of loans due to the Corporation from its members.
  5. Every District Society which sells the products of its members viz., Agriculture, Dairying, Poultry keeping, piggery, sheep-rearing, cottage Industry, etc., shall be bound to sell it through the Corporation or an agency specified by the Managing Committee of the Corporation and agree to have the loans or installments of loans due to the Corporation adjusted out of the sale proceeds to the extent specified by the Committee.
  6. Should the board of Director be of the opinion that a loan or cash credit granted by the Corporation has been misapplied it shall at once cancel it and take steps to recover it with interest without waiting for the expiry of the period for which it is granted.
  7. The Managing Director shall arrange for verification of the security for the loans and advances as often as necessary and in any case at least once in a year.

Bye – law No.32 :
APPROPRIATION OF PAYMENT FROM MEMBERS :

When a member from whom money is due, pays any sum, it shall be appropriated in the following order : Firstly to fees, fines, postal registration and other miscellaneous charges due by the members, secondly to interest and Thridly to principal.

Bye – law No.33 :
BUSINESS :

  1. The Corporation shall carry on such business as may from time to time be decided upon by the Committee, within the frame work of the objectives of the Corporation.
  2. The Committee shall frame suitable regulations with the approval of the Registrar for the marketing of agricultural produce, products of Dairy, Poultry, Piggery, sheep-rearing or cottage or small scale Industry of the District Societies.
  3. The Committee may arrange to get the produce pooled, graded and processed wherever necessary in order to arrange for sale on more advantageous terms and conditions .

Bye-law No.34 :
SUPPLY OF AGRICULTURAL AND DOMESTIC REQUIREMENTS :

          The Committee shall frame suitable regulations with the approval of the Registrar for the conduct of its business as principal or as an agent in the supply of agricultural or domestic requirements or the requirements of cottage or small scale industry of its District societies.

Bye – law No. 35:
PROCESSING UNITS :

It shall be competent to the Committee to own or hire processing plants and transport vehicles like trucks, tractors etc.  The Committee shall frame suitable regulations with the approval of the Registrar in this regard.

Bye – law No. 36 :

The net profits of the Corporation as declared by the Chief Auditor or any person authorised by him in this behalf and after the issue of the audit certificate,  may be disposed as follows :

  1. 25% of the net profits shall be carried to the reserve fund.
  2. 10% of the net profit shall be carried to the audit funds if the Corporation does not meet the cost of audit or if it does not have its accounts audited at its own expenses.
  3. 2% of the net profits subject to a maximum of Rs.25,000/- shall be credited to the Co-operative education fund to be administered by the Andhra Pradesh State Co-operative Union Ltd., subject to the provision of the Rules 36(2)© of the A.P. Co-operative Societies Rules 1964.
  4. Out of the remainder, a sum not exceeding 15% of the xxxxx net profit should be carried to (a) bad debt reserve and (b) for unforseen losses.

The balance of the net profits may be utilised for all or any of the following purposes.

  1. Payment of dividend to affiliated District Societies on their share capital at a rate not exceeding (6 1/4 % per annum ).
  2. Bonus to the members of the establishment of the corporation as per the provisions in the Bonus Act.
  3. A sum not exceeding ten percent of net profits shall be carried to the building fund.
  4. A sum not exceeding 7 1/2% of the net profits shall be carried to the common Good Fund.
  5. The balance if any and profits not allotted in the above manner shall be carried to the Reserve Fund.

All un-disbursable and indivisible profits shall be added to the Reserve Fund.

Bye- Law No. 37 :

  1. The Reserve Fund shall belong to the Corporation as a whole and is intended to meet unforeseen losses. It shall be indivisible and no member shall have any claim to a share in it.
  2. The Reserve Fund shall be invested, deposited or applied in the manner prescribed in Rule-37 and 38 of the Rules.


Bye- Law No. 38:
LOSSES TO BE WRITTEN OFF:

Should any sum or property belonging to the Corporation or any loan due to the Corporation be either stolen or otherwise lost, or found irrecoverable, it shall be open to the General Body to write off such amount or the value of property after obtaining the sanction of the Registrar.

Bye- Law No. 39:
ANNUAL STATEMENTS :

The Corporation shall prepare annually in such form as may be prescribed by the Registrar.

 

a)        A Statement showing receipts and disbursements.

  1. A Profit and loss account.
  2. A balance sheet and
  3. Such other statements as may be prescribed by the registrar from time to time.

These statements shall be made upto 30th June of every year and copy of each shall be sent to the Registrar with in 15 days from the close of the Co-Operative year ending 30th June.

Bye- Law No. 40:
MINUTE BOOK :

The proceedings of the General Body/Committee shall be recorded in the minute book of the Corporation kept by the Managing Director and singed by the Chairman of the meeting concerned at the close of the proceedings.

Bye- Law No. 41
CO-OPERATION TO KEEP COPY OF ACT., RULES AND BYLAWS: 
The Corporation shall keep a copy of the Act., the Rules and its Bylaws, the last audited annul balance sheet, the profit and loss account and list of the member of the Committee, open to inspection by its members free of charge at all reasonable times at its registered office.

Bye-Law No.42:
USE OF PREMISES:

The Corporation shall not use, or allow to be use any premises or portion thereof which is intended for its business for any purpose other than such business or other activity relating to the corporation.

Bye-Law No.43:
CASH :  

All cash balance of the Corporation shall be deposited in the nearest bank approved by the Registrar. Payments shall as far as possible be made only by cheques. But where payments have to be made by cash on certain items, the required amount of cash may be drawn from the Bank and paid within 2 days from the date of receipt of cash. If for any reason payment is not made wihtin 2 days, the amount standing undisbursed should be remitted into the Bank. A sum not exceeding Rs. 500/- may be retained under imprest cash, to meet petty  expenditure.

The custody and preservation of cash shall be governed by the subsidiary regulations framed by the Corporation and approved by the Registrar.

Bye- Law No. 44:
LIMITATION :

Any amount due by the Corporation and not claimed within the period of Limitation allowed by the Indian Limitation Act shall be added to the Reserve Fund of the Corporation.

Bye- Law No. 45:
MISCELLANEOUS :

  1. No amendment to, alteration in, or cancellation of bye-law,  not the enactment of a new bye-law shall be made except at a General Meeting of the members, nor shall it be deemed to have been passed unless a majority of the members present vote for it, nor shall it take effect until it has been approved and registered by the Registrar. Provided, however if in the Registrar’s opinion an amendment of the bylaw of the Corporation is considered necessary or desirable in the interest of the Corporation he may in the manner prescribed in the Rules to issue direction to consider such amendment to the bye laws and register it. Such amendment shall have the same effect as an amendment of any bylaw made by the Corporation.

  2. An amendment to the bylaws of the Corporation for which prior notice has been given to the members indicating a reasonably clear idea of the nature of the amendment / proposed, shall be considered by its general body at a meeting and carried by a majority of the members present and voting at such meeting. The amendment so carried out shall be sent to the Registrar for registration with in 30 days from the date of the meeting.

                Sd/-                                

REGISTRAR  OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES.
                                     

 

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Chapter - 6

Documents

[Section 4(1) (b) (vi)]


Sl. No.

Document

Category

1.

Each paper received in the department will be categorized into files such as service matters, budget, sanction and releases of funds etc.
The Service Registers will be opened for each employee soon after he joined duty and the Registers will be maintained till the employee retires from service and the important events pertaining to the employee such as Earned Leaves and Half Pay leave and other type of leaves availed by the employee will be recorded, and also the entries such as Promotions reversions, transfers, punishments etc.

1. Service matters

2. Public Importance

3. Court Cases

4. Other miscellaneous

 

Each sanction order released for various schemes will be maintained in separate stock files

Separate stock files are maintained.



The List of documents that are maintained are as follows:
1.       Service Register
2.       Pay Bill Register
3.       Sanction orders (at District level only)
4.       Advance Register
5.       Cash Book
6.       Advance Register
7.       Attendance Register
8.       Late Attendance Register
9.       C.L. Register
10.     Turn Duty Register
11.     Log Books
12.     Inward and Outward Register
13.     Local Tappal Register
14.     Stamp Account Register
15.     Telephone Register
16.     Stock Registers
17.     Stock Files
18.     Vouchers
19.     Rule of Reservation Roaster

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Right to Information Act

Chapter - 7

Consultation

[Section 4(1) (b) vii]

At Head Office level, the Visitors can see the VC & Managing Director in all working days between 3.00 P.M to 4.00 P.M and other officers such as General Manager (A &F), General Manager (D & P) and Executive Officers between 10.30 A.M to 5.00 P.M in all working days.

At District level the visiting public can see the Executive Director on every Monday for reddressal of grievances, clarifications etc. Further citizens Charter is applicable to A.P.S.C. Finance Corporation and the redressal mechanism is putup on the Notice Board of the office

APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter - 8

Boards and Committees

[Section 4(1) (b) viii]

1. Managing Committee of the Corporation:

A provision has been made to constitute a Managing Committee for the management of the affairs of the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes Cooperative Finance Corporation Limited, Hyderabad under the Cooperative Act 1964.

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section-123 of the Andhra Pradesh Cooperative Societies Act 1964 (Act-7 of 1964),the Government exempted the A.P.S.C.C.F.C Limited, Hyderabad, from the operation provision of Clause (a) of the Sub-Section 7 of Section -32 of the said Act and appointed the Committee of Persons – in-charge with the following for a period of two years. 


S.No

Name

Designation

1

Shri. R.D. Wilson

Chairman

2

Shri. Jampu Latchaiah

Person

3

Shri. Reddanna Burugu

Person

4

Shri. G.Prasad Kumar

Person

5.

Vice Chairman & Managing Director, A.P.S.C.C.F.C Ltd., Hyderabad.

Person – Convener

6.

Commissioner of Social Welfare

Person

7

Commissioner of Cooperative & Registrar of Cooperative Societies, A.P. Hyderabad.

Person

8

Director,  National Commission for S.C & ST., Govt., of India,

Person

9

Joint Secretary to Govt., of India,             Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, New Delhi.

Person

10

Chairman & Managing Director,                          N.S.F.D.C or his nominee, New Delhi

Person

11

Principal Secretary to Govt., or his nominee, Finance Department

Person

12

Deputy Secretary/Joint Secretary/Addl. Secretary, Social Welfare Deptt., ( Dealing with APSCCFC Ltd., Hyderabad

Person

13

Director of Ground water,                             A.P, Hyderabad

Person

14

Chairman & Managing Director,                            AP TRANSCO, HYDERABAD

Person

15

Vice Chairman & Managing Director,              A.P.I.D.C Hyderabad.

Person

16

Commissioner of Agriculture,                             A.P, Hyderabad

Person

17

Commissioner of Horticulture,                       A.P, Hyderabad.

Person

18

Vice- Chairman & Managing Director,          LIDCAP, Hyderabad.

Person

19

Chairman & Managing Director,              NSKFDC, New Delhi

Person



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Directory of Officers and Employees
[Section 4(1) (b) ix]


Sl. No

Name of the Officer / Employee

Designation

Ph No

Email

Address

1

Sri M.Jagadeeshwar

Vice Chairman & Managing Director

23315970  9849792093

Vcmd_hyd@ap.gov.in 

Dr. Damodaram Sanjeevaiah Samkshema Bhavan,                       5th Floor, Masab Tank, Hyd 

2

Sri K.P.J.Ratna Babu

General Manager (Administration & Finance)

23321141 984995746

 gm_admin_hyd@ap.gov.in 

- do -

3

Sri Ramesh Chandra

General Manager (Development & Planning)

 23320747 9849905747

gm_dev_hyd@ap.gov.in 

- do -

4

Sri P.Ramaiah,

Executive Officer (Legal)

 9866634091

NIL

- do -

5

Sri A. Nageswar Rao (FAC)

Executive Officer (Accounts)

9866634092

NIL

- do -

6

Sri R.C.Thimmaiah,

Executive Officer (Administration,)

 9866634094

NIL

- do -

7

Smt. Seethayani Netha,

Executive Officer (NSFDC)

 9866634095

NIL

- do -

8

Sri Vijaya Ratnam,

Deputy Director  (I) Special Officer (Planning)

 9849905748

NIL

- do -

9

Ch. Chandra Prakash,

Assistant Director (H)/Executive Officer (Horticulture)

 9866634093

NIL

- do -

10

B.Rangaiah

Assistant Director (AH)/Executive Officer (Animal Husbandry)

23399836

NIL

- do -

11

Smt.M.Blandeenamma.

Super indent

- do -

NIL

- do -

12

Smt.P.Uma Maheswari

Super indent

- do -

NIL

- do -

13

Smt.J.M.Sandya Devi

Super indent

- do -

NIL

- do -

14

Smt. G.Syamsundari

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

15

Smt. K.Thulasi Devi

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

16

Sri N.V.Gopala Krishna,

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

17

Sri.K.Suseswara Rao,

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

18

Sri R. Rama Murthy,

Lower Division .STENO.

- do -

NIL

- do -

19

Sri.K,.Yadagiri.

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

20

Sri.A.Joseph.

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

21

Smt.M.Lakshmi,

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

22

Sri  G.S.R.C. Murthy,

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

23

Kum.T.Sujnanamma.

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

24

Sri.N.Manga Rao,

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

25

Sri G.Karunakar,

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

26

Sri Y.Prabhakar,

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

27

Sri K.R.Naresh

Senior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

28

Sri J.N.Ajai Rao

Junior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

29

Sri.D.A.Krupadanam,

Junior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -

30

 Sri T.Eswar,

Senior Driver

- do -

NIL

- do -

31

Sri M.Anjaiah,

Driver

- do -

NIL

- do -

32

Sri G.Narasinga Rao,

Driver

- do -

NIL

- do -

33

Sri G.Rangaiah,

Driver

- do -

NIL

- do -

34

Sri D.Prakash,

Driver

- do -

NIL

- do -

35

Sri M.Satyanarayana,

Driver

- do -

NIL

- do -

36

Sri P.Govinda Rajulu,

Driver

- do -

NIL

- do -

37

Sri N.Manya

Driver

- do -

NIL

- do -

38

Smt. M. Kamalabai

Record Asst.

- do -

NIL

- do -

39

Sri S.Narasinga Rao,

Xerox Operator

- do -

NIL

- do -

40

Sri M.Sathaiah,

Jamedar

- do -

NIL

- do -

41

Sri T.Venkateswarlu,

Attender

- do -

NIL

- do -

42

Smt.S,Laxmi,

Attender

- do -

NIL

- do -

43

Smt.C.Nagamma,

Attender

- do -

NIL

- do -

44

Sri B.Srihari

Attender

- do -

NIL

- do -

45

Smt.Gousia Begam,

Attender

- do -

NIL

- do -

46

Sri.B.Appanna,

Night Watchman

- do -

NIL

- do -

47

Smt. K.Padma,

Attender

- do -

NIL

- do -

48

Sri B.Savarappa

Junior Assistant

- do -

NIL

- do -



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Right to Information Act

Chapter - 10
Monthly Remuneration paid to the employees.
[Section 4(1) (b) x]



Sl. No.

Name of the Officer / Employee

Designation

Monthly remuneration

Compensation

Under regulations

1

Sri M.Jagadeeshwar

V.C. & M.D

 

 

 

2

Sri K.P.J.Ratna Babu

G M(A&F)

34626.00

 

 

3

Sri Ramesh Chandra

G M(D&P)

27928.00 

 

 

4

Sri P.Ramaiah

E.O./Legal

25791.00

 

 

5

Sri K. Pardhasaradhi

E.O./ A/Cs

24143.00

 

 

6

Sri R.C.Thimmaiah

E.O/Admn.,

21113.00

 

 

7

Smt. Seethayani Netha

E.O/NSFDC

19947.00

 

 

8

Sri Vijaya Ratnam

D D/SO(Plg.)

20256.00

 

 

9

Ch. Chandra Prakash

A.D(H)/E.O (Horti)

24660.00

 

 

10

B.Rangaiah

A.D (AH) E.O

 

 

 

11

Smt.M.Bladeenamma

Supdt.

16889.00

 

 

12

Smt.P.Uma Maheswari

Supdt.

16964.00

 

 

13

Smt.J.M.Sandya Devi

Supdt.

16283.00

 

 

14

Smt. G.Syamsundari

S.A.

15621.00

 

 

15

Smt. K.Thulasi Devi

SA

15246.00

 

 

16

Sri N.V.Gopala Krishna

SA

15421.00

 

 

17

Sri.K.Suseswara Rao

SA

12964.00

 

 

18

Sri R. Rama Murthy

L.D.STENO.

12235.00

 

 

19

Sri.K,.Yadagiri.

SA

13856.00

 

 

20

Sri.A.Joseph

SA

12375.00

 

 

21

Smt.M.Lakshmi

SA

19029.00

 

 

22

Sri  G.S.R.C. Murthy,

SA

14937.00

 

 

23

Kum.T.Sujnanamma.

SA

13656.00

 

 

24

Sri.N.Manga Rao

SA

10335.00

 

 

25

Sri G.Karunakar

SA

16588.00

 

 

26

Sri Y.Prabhakar

SA

11900.00

 

 

27

Sri K.R.Naresh

SA

14509.00

 

 

28

Sri J.N.Ajai Rao

JA

11996.00

 

 

29

Sri.D.A.Krupadanam

JA

10943.00

 

 

30

 Sri T.Eswar

Senior Driver

17594.00

 

 

31

Sri M.Anjaiah

Driver

15915.00

 

 

32

Sri G.Narasinga Rao

Driver

14812.00

 

 

33

Sri G.Rangaiah

Driver

13871.00

 

 

34

Sri D.Prakash

Driver

13821.00

 

 

35

Sri M.Satyanarayana

Driver

12610.00

 

 

36

Sri P.Govinda Rajulu

Driver

11007.00

 

 

37

Sri N.Manya

Driver

9847.00

 

 

38

Smt. M. Kamalabai

Record Asst.

7623.00

 

 

39

Sri S.Narasinga Rao

Xerox Operator

11491.00

 

 

40

Sri M.Sathaiah

Jamedar

11732.00

 

 

41

Sri T.Venkateswarlu

Attender

11233.00

 

 

42

Smt.S,Laxmi

Attender

10933.00

 

 

43

Smt.C.Nagamma

Attender

10933.00

 

 

44

Sri B.Srihari

Attender

9572.00

 

 

45

Smt.Gousia Begam

Attender

8308.00

 

 

46

Sri.B.Appanna

Night Watchman

8387.00

 

 

47

Smt. K.Padma

Attender

8070.00

 

 

48

Sri B.Savarappa

DJr. Assistant

9528.00

 

 



APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter 11

Budget Allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc.

[Section 4(1) (b) xi]

Budget Estimates for the year 2006-07


Central Plan

(Rs. in lakhs)

1

2225-01-102-SH (15)                                      (Special Central Assisstance to Spl. Component Plan for SCs)

9000.00

2

4225-01-190- SH (04),                                                                              (Investment in APSCCFC Limited)

793.00

Sub Total

9793.00

State Plan

 

3

4225-01-190- SH (04),                                                                                 (Investment in APSCCFC Limited)

825.00

4

6225-01-800-SH (06),                                        Loans to SCs for purchase of Agrl. Lands

10.00

5

2225-01-102- SH (04),                                                   (Economic Support Schemes)

565.00

Sub-Total

1400.00

Non-Plan

 

6

2225-01-MH-190, SH-08,                                                               (Managerial Assistance)

98.56

Grand Total

11291.56



Action Plan – 2006-07  District wise Targets



S.No

District

Physical

Financial

1

Srikakulam

5342

962.04

2

Vizianagaram

6667

1068.02

3

Visakhapatnam

4932

967.33

4

East Godavari

7975

1362.69

5

West Godavari

7444

1380.24

6

Krishna

7539

1160.6

7

Guntur

7944

1239.09

8

Prakasam

9021

1271.44

9

Nellore

8729

1303.02

10

Kurnool

9179

1324.27

11

Kadapa

8604

1230.82

12

Ananthapur

8769

1253

13

Chittoor

6795

1224.74

14

Adilabad

8309

1181.73

15

Nizamabad

6459

944.55

16

Karimnagar

8498

1316.35

17

Warangal

10759

1440.08

18

Khammam

7501

1070.67

19

Nalgonda

8656

1242.71

20

Medak

8361

1171.75

21

Mahaboobnagar

7904

1174.02

22

Ranga Reddy

5747

1175.85

23

Hyderabad

3866

1184.99

TOTAL

175000

27650



APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter 12

Manner of Execution of subsidy Programmes

[Section 4(1) (b) xii]



The Corporation  plans, promotes and undertakes the schemes like Agriculture Development, Horticulture, Animal  Husbandry, Small Scale Industry, Village Industry,  Business, Service  etc, which enables the scheduled castes to earn a better living and help them improve their standard of living. The Action plans by are implemented through the District societies. The District Societies will identify the beneficiaries and grounding the schemes as per the guide lines issued by the Corporation. The schemes implemented by the District Societies are monitored by the Corporation.   A brief description about important schemes implemented by the Corporation is given below

i)    Land Purchase Scheme:
The Corporation is implementing the scheme of purchase of agricultural land since 1982 for the benefit of landless agricultural labourers belonging to SC community. It provides an asset, which will not only give income on sustained basis but also a status in the Society.

The unit cost of the Land Purchase Scheme is Rs 60,000/-

ii)     Minor Irrigation and Land Development programmes
  
The schemes like Bore wells, Open wells, Submergible pumpsets, Electric Motors and Energisation etc., are being implemented by the Corporation, while taking up minor irrigation sources preference should be given to such SCs who have compact blocks of land at one place. In districts where SCs having compact blocks are not available individual cases can be taken up on merits such as fulfilling of distance norms and pre-feasibility of electricity.

Unit cost of the scheme is as per the NABARD unit cost.
.
iii)    Horticulture:
The state of Andhra Pradesh is having varied climatic and variety of soil types that facilitates to cultivate each and every item classified as Horticulture produces. The water and labour requirement of Horticulture crops is low on other hand with higher productivity and nutritional value. These crops can be promoted for the purpose of nutritional security coupled with economical upliftment of Scheduled Caste farmers mainly falling below poverty line.

The scheme under this programme includes Horticulutre, Floriculture, Eucalyptus/Bio fuel cultivation, Micro Irrigation, Small Agri clinics and trainings and exposure visits for farmers.

The unit cost of the scheme is as per the NABARD unit cost.

iv)      Animal Husbandry:
The Animal Husbandry sector is the most feasible and viable areas to be considered to implement the developmental activities for the upliftment of the below poverty line people which provides sustainable income and meaningful lively hood with minimum skills and available resources with them. The various activities proposed under Action Plan 2006-07 are as follows. These Schemes are proposed under bank-linked schemes. The unit cost may be adopted as per the NABARD guidelines.

The schemes under this programme includes Cross Bred Cow, Graded Murrah Bufallow, Sheep rearing, Ramlamb rearing and Goat rearing.

v)      Self Employment Schemes
To encourage the candidates studied up to 10th class to establish industry, service and business sector schemes, the bank-linked program has been introduced. For this program, the Executive Directors shall place the Action Plan before District Consultative Committee for finalization of Action plan. The unviable schemes like Kirana, Tent house etc shall not be   proposed under this Action Plan.

The unit cost of bank linked self-employment scheme is made to Rs.50, 000/- with a view to provide an asset which can generate substantial income. 

vi)    Schemes for Vulnerable Groups
    
The Vulnerable groups like Flayers and Tanners, Scavengers, Bonded labourer etc are assisted under the Scheme, whenever they identified. The unit cost is Rs 50,000/- to Rs 1,00,000/-
             
vii)   Training Programs:

The SC youth from rural areas who could, pursue their higher education, neither becoming fit for wage earning nor securing gainful employment. As such there is discontentment, which leads to social tensions. While, the job opportunities are shrinking in the Public sector, the bases of the employment opportunities are getting widened in the private sector especially in urban-based services sector. To compete in the open job market, it requires additional inputs to SC youth for developing their skills as they come from poor social and economic background. This has prompted the Corporation to focus on organizing skill development programs for SC youth. Under this scheme 100% subsidy is provided including stipend.


ACTION PLAN 2006-07
 

  1. Keeping in view the performance of the last year and the likely availability of funds and also to provide assistance to the beneficiaries at a larger scale, Action Plan for the year 2006-07 has been proposed with outlay of Rs 276.50 crore to assist 1,75,000 beneficiaries.
  2. The scheme wise & District wise allocation, the number of beneficiaries and percentage in financial terms will be as follows:


APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

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Scheme-wise Targets 2006-07



Sl.No.

Name of Scheme

Physical

Financial
(Rs in lakhs)

Financial Percentage

1

Land Purchase

2300

1380.00

4.99

2

Land Development

10100

505.00

1.83

3

Minor Irrigation

57075

5831.07

21.09

 4

Horticulture, Bio fuel & other schemes

53344

4374.90

15.82

5

Animal Husbandry

9880

3584.29

12.96

6

Self-Employment

25176

9421.50

34.07

7

Flayers & Tanners

1150

115.00

0.420

8

Financial Asst to cobblers

625

218.75

0.79

9

 Other Vulnerable Groups

230

46.00

0.17

10

Bonded labour

320

64.00

0.23

11

Training Programmes

14800

666.00

2.41

12

Infrastructure/ Shopping complexes (New)

-

1443.49

5.22

Total

175000

27650.00

100%



APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

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District - wise Targets
(Rs in Lakhs)


S.No

District

Physical

Financial

1

Srikakulam

5342

962.04

2

Vizianagaram

6667

1068.02

3

Visakhapatnam

4932

967.33

4

East Godavari

7975

1362.69

5

West Godavari

7444

1380.24

6

Krishna

7539

1160.60

7

Guntur

7944

1239.09

8

Prakasam

9021

1271.44

9

Nellore

8729

1303.02

10

Kurnool

9179

1324.27

11

Kadapa

8604

1230.82

12

Ananthapur

8769

1253.00

13

Chittoor

6795

1224.74

14

Adilabad

8309

1181.73

15

Nizamabad

6459

944.55

16

Karimnagar

8498

1316.35

17

Warangal

10759

1440.08

18

Khammam

7501

1070.67

19

Nalgonda

8656

1242.71

20

Medak

8361

1171.75

21

Mahaboobnagar

7904

1174.02

22

Ranga Reddy

5747

1175.85

23

Hyderabad

3866

1184.99

TOTAL

175000

27650.00

APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter 13

Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or Authorization Granted by the Public Authority 

[Section 4(1) (b) xiii]

Name of Programme /Scheme

Sl.No

Name & Address of
Recipient institutions

Nature/ quantum of benefit granted

Date of grant

Name & Designation of granting authority

-

 

-

-

-

All sanctions made to Corporation employees viz., HBA, Motor cycle advance, Bicycle advance, Marriage advance, Festival advance, Computer advance, Surrender leaves will be made available in the Accounts Section.


APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter 14

Information Available in Electronic Form

[Section 4(1) (b) (xiv)]

Information available is provided in Electronic form


APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter 15

Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens for Obtaining Information

 [Section 4(1) (b) xv]



Sl. No.

District

Address

Phone/Fax

Off.

98499 - 05744
98661 - 77085
98499 - 05746
98499 - 05747

 Fax.

Cell.

1

APSCCFC Ltd, Hyderabad

Damodaram Sanjeevaiah Samkshema Bhavan,                       5th Floor, Masab Tank, Hyderabd

23399836 (General),                  23316017 (Chairman Peshi)              23315970 (MD Peshi)               23320747 (GM (D)                                                                                           23321141 (GM (A)

23301402

 

2

Srikakulam

Tarakarama Complex, Srikakulam

08942-240580

240598

98499-05955

3

Vizianagaram

Dr. M. Chenna Reddy Bhavan, Vizianagaram

08922-276459

276459

98499-05957

4

Visakhapatnam

Samkshema Bhavan,         Sector-6, MVP Colony, Visakhapatnam

0891-2553501

2549860

98499-05960

5

East Godavari

Pragathi Bhavan, Kakinada

0884-2362196                      2363064 (Com.)

2376370

98499-05961

6

West Godavari

Pragathi Bhavan, Collectorate Office Complex, West Godavari

08812-230126

236373

98499-05963

7

Krishna

Collectorate Office Complex, Machilipatnam

08672-252412

252404

98499-05965

8

Guntur

Behind Zilla Praja Parishad Office, Guntur

0863-2234134

2358185

98499-05967

9

Prakasam

Pragathi Bhavan, Ongole

08592-233396

231243

98499-05969

10

Nellore

Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan

0861-2324763

2332489

98499-05971

11

Chittoor

Opp. Z.P.P, Chittoor

08572-233673

235144

98499-05979

12

Cuddapah

Pragathi Bhavan, Cuddapah

08562-244729

242163

98499-05975

13

Anantapur

Penner Bhavan, Ananthapur

08554-232167

275985

98499-05977

Sl. No.

District

Address

Phone/Fax

Office

Fax

Cell

14

Kurnool

Social Welfare Office Complex

08518-230836

229043

98499-05973

15

Mahaboobnagar

Collectorate Complex

08542-242637

244573

98499-05995

16

Ranga Reddy

Collectorate Complex, Lakdikapul, Hyderabad

040-23212273

23233845

98499-05997

17

Medak

Collectorate Complex, Sanga Reddy

08455-276391

276712

98499-05993

18

Nizamabad

Pragathi Bhavan, Nizamabad

08462-222950

231465.00

98499-05983

19

Adilabad

Social Welfare Office Complex, Adilabad

08732-226609

227483

98499-05981

20

Karimnagar

Collectorate Complex,Karimnagar

0878-2262243

22400150

98499-05985

21

Warangal

Pragathi Bhavan

0870-2511650

2510897

98499-05987

22

Khammam

DRDA Office Building, Khammam

08742-228367

248015

98499-05989

23

Nalgonda

Samkshema Bhavan, Nalgonda

08682-244544

245119

98499-05991

24

Hyderabad

Collectorate Complex, Hyderabad

040-23201500

23202835

98499-05999



APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

E-mail IDs



Sl. No.

Designation

Location

Email ID

Collectors Email - ID

I

VC & Managing Director

H.O

VCMD_HYD@AP.GOV.IN

 

II

General Manager (Dev.)

H.O

GM_DEV_HYD@AP.GOV.IN

 

III

GeneralManager (Admin.)

H.O

GM_ADMIN_HYD@AP.GOV.IN

 

1

Executive Director

Srikakulam

EDIR_SKLM@AP.GOV.IN

collector_sklm@ap.gov.in

2

Executive Director

Vizanagaram

EDIR_VZNM@AP.GOV.IN

collector_vznm@ap.gov.in

3

Executive Director

Visakhapatnam

EDIR_VSK@AP.GOV.IN

collector_vsk@ap.gov.in

4

Executive Director

East Godavari

EDIR_EG@AP.GOV.IN

collector_eg@ap.gov.in

5

Executive Director

West Godavari

EDIR_WG@AP.GOV.IN

collector_wg@ap.gov.in

6

Executive Director

Krishna

EDIR_KRSN@AP.GOV.IN

collector_krsn@ap.gov.in

7

Executive Director

Guntur

EDIR_GNT@AP.GOV.IN

collector_gnt@ap.gov.in

8

Executive Director

Prakasam

EDIR_PKSN@AP.GOV.IN

collector_org@ap.gov.in

9

Executive Director

Nellore

EDIR_NLR@AP.GOV.IN

collector_nlr@ap.gov.in

10

Executive Director

Kadapa

EDIR_CDP@AP.GOV.IN

collector_cdp@ap.gov.in

11

Executive Director

Kurnool

EDIR_KNL@AP.GOV.IN

collector_knl@ap.gov.in

12

Executive Director

Ananthapur

EDIR_ATP@AP.GOV.IN

collector_atp@ap.gov.in

13

Executive Director

Chittoor

EDIR_CTR@AP.GOV.IN

collector_ctr@ap.gov.in

14

Executive Director

Hyderabad

EDIR_HYD@AP.GOV.IN

collector_hyd@ap.gov.in

15

Executive Director

RangaReddy

EDIR_RR@AP.GOV.IN

collector_rr@ap.gov.in

16

Executive Director

Medak

EDIR_MDK@AP.GOV.IN

collector_mdk@ap.gov.in

17

Executive Director

Mahabubnagar

EDIR_MBNR@AP.GOV.IN

collector_mbnr@ap.gov.in

18

Executive Director

Nizambad

EDIR_NZBD@AP.GOV.IN

collector_nzbd@ap.gov.in

19

Executive Director

Khammam

EDIR_KMM@AP.GOV.IN

collector_kmm@ap.gov.in

20

Executive Director

Karimnagar

EDIR_KMNR@AP.GOV.IN

collector_kmnr@ap.gov.in

21

Executive Director

Warangal

EDIR_WGL@AP.GOV.IN

collector_wgl@ap.gov.in

22

Executive Director

Adilabad

EDIR_ADB@AP.GOV.IN

collector_adb@ap.gov.in

23

Executive Director

Nalgonda

EDIR_NLG@AP.GOV.IN

collector_nlg@ap.gov.in

Group ID

All Dist.,

EDSC_ALLDISTRICTS@AP.GOV.IN

 



APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter 16

Names, Designations and other Particulars of Public Information Officer

[Section 4(1) (b) xvi]



Sl. No.

District

Asst.Public Information Officer

Public Information Officer

Officer to act as Appellate Authority

Officers Address

1

APSCCFC Ltd., Hyd.Head Office

Sri K. Vijaya Ratnam, Executive Officer (Plg.)

Sri P. Ramesh Chandra,                      General Manager (Development),

Sri M. Jagadeeshwar, I.A.S., VC & Managing Director

Dr. Damodaram Sanjeevaiah Samkshema Bhavan,                       5th Floor, Masab Tank, Hyderabad
040-23315970
040-23399836
040-23321141
040-23320747

2

Srikakulam,                     D S C S C S Ltd

Sri P.Gopalakrishna Rao, Asst.Exe.Officer,

Sri R. Kanaka Raju, Executive Officer, 9849905956

Smt. Ch. Mahalaxmi, Executive Director
98499-05955

Tarakarama Complex, Srikakulam    08942-240580         

3

Vizianagaram,                D S C S C S Ltd

Sri D.Raghu, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri S.Jagannatha Rao, Executive Officer,
9849905958

Sri G. Krishna,                    Executive Director
98499-05957

Dr. M. Chenna Reddy Bhavan, Vizianagaram 089
08922-276459

4

Visakhapatnam,                   D S C S C S Ltd

Sri. Ch. John Victor, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri D.Anjaneyulu,                Executive Officer,
9849905960

Sri I.D. Raju,                                       Executive Director
98499-05959

Samkshema Bhavan,         Sector-6, MVP Colony, Visakhapatnam
0891-2553501

5

E. Godavari,                     D S C S C S Ltd

Sri. P.N.Swamy, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri K.S.S.Syam,               Executive Officer,
9849905962

Sri M. Raju,                                   Executive Director
98499-05961

Pragathi Bhavan, Kakinada
0884-2362196

6

W. Godavari,                 D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. N. Yakob,              Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri P. Gopal,                                    Executive Officer, (Development)
9849905964

Sri N. Balaji Singh,  Executive Director
98499-05963

Pragathi Bhavan, Collectorate Office Complex, West Godavari
08812-230126

Sl. No.

District

Asst.Public Information Officer

Public Information Officer

Officer to act as Appellate Authority

Officers Address

7

Krishna,                          D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. G. Karunasri Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri P. Hemadri Rao, Assistant Project Officer,
9849905966

Sri Nageswar Rao,  Executive Director
98499-05965

Behind Zilla Praja Parishad Office,Guntur
0863-2234134

8

Guntur,                          D S C S C S Ltd

Sri G. Kameswar Rao, Assistant Executive Officer,

Dr.J.P.Venkateshwarlu, Assistant Project Officer,
9849905968

Sri K. Srinivasa Rao, Executive Director
98499-05967

Pragathi Bhavan, Ongole
08592-233396

9

Prakasam,                     D S C S C S Ltd

Sri M. Satyanarayana, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri G. Audaiah,                 Executive Officer,
9849905970

Sri B.V.Trinatha Rao, Executive Director
98499-05969

Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan, Nellore
0861-2324763

10

Nellore,                              D S C S C S Ltd

Sri A. Jayaram,                Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri V.Venkateswarlu, Executive Officer,
9849905972

Sri M.Yugander Kumar, E.Director
98499-05971

Social Welfare Office Complex, Kurnool
08518-230836

11

Kurnool,                            D S C S C S Ltd

Sri P.B.V. Ramana, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri B. Ranganath,                Executive Officer,
9849905974

Smt. Sarala Vandanam, Executive Director
98499-05973

Pragathi Bhavan, Cuddapah
08562-244729

12

Kadapa,                       D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. B. Saramma, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri G.Dayanand,                Executive Officer,
9849905976

Sri B. Anil Kumar Reddy, Executive Director
98499-05975

Penner Bhavan, Ananthapur
08554-232167

13

Anantapur,                         D S C S C S Ltd

Sri S. Yellaiah,                   Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri. Y. Bhabanna,              Executive Officer,
9849905978

Sri D.Anand Naik,                    Executive Director
98499-05977

Opp. Z.P.P, Chittoor
08572-233673

14

Chittoor,                                 D S C S C S Ltd

Sri S.A. Rawoof,                Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri B. Ravanappa,               Executive Officer,
9849905980

Sri Y.Vishwamohana Reddy, Executive Director
98499-05979

Social Welfare Office Complex, Adilabad
08542-242637

15

Adilabad,                      D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. S. Indira,               Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri T. Charandas,                Executive Officer,
9849905982

Sri P. Narsimha Rao, Executive Director
98499-05981

Pragathi Bhavan, Nizamabad
08462-222950

16

Nizamabad,                 D S C S C S Ltd

Sri B. Jayaram,                  Sr. Asst.

Sri D. Nilakantam,                  Executive Officer
9849905984

Sri A. Anand Paul,                         Executive Director
98499-05983

Collectorate Complex, Karimnagar
0878-2262243

17

Karimnagar,                  D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. Satyamma,            Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri S. Satyanarayanasarma,                Executive Officer,
9849905986

Sri S. Wilson Prabhakar, Executive Director
98499-05985

Pragathi Bhavan, Warangal
0870-2511650

Sl. No.

District

Asst.Public Information Officer

Public Information Officer

Officer to act as Appellate Authority

Officers Address

18

Warangal,                            D S C S C S Ltd

Sri M. Suryanarayana, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri Ch. Rajaratnam,                                   Executive Officer,
9849905988

Sri C.V. Krishna Reddy, Executive Director
98499-05987

Pragathi Bhavan, Warangal
0870-2511650

19

Khammam,                      D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. Padmaja,                 Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri D. Kumaraswamy,                     Executive Officer,
9849905990

Sri C. Kammi Reddy, Executive Director
98499-05989

DRDA Office Building, Khammam
08742-228367

20

Nalgonda,                   D S C S C S Ltd

Sri D. Mukundam,             Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri Lingaiah,                                Executive Officer,
9849905992

Sri D. Srinivasa Naik, Executive Director
98499-05991

Samkshema Bhavan, Nalgonda
08682-244544

21

Medak,                         D S C S C S Ltd

Smt. V. Kanaka Tara, Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri B. Ashok Babu,                   Executive Officer,
9849905994

Sri K. Satya Narayana, Executive Director
98499-05993

Collectorate Complex, Sanga Reddy
08455-276391

22

M. Nagar,                            D S C S C S Ltd

Sri Ch. Jaya Rao, Assistant Executive Officer,

Smt. G.B.Vinolia,                                                Executive Officer,
9849905996

Sri C. Sridhar,                 Executive Director
98499-05995

Collectorate Complex, Mahaboobnagar
08542-242637

23

Ranga Reddy,                                D S C S C S Ltd

Sri E. Sandeep,               Assistant Executive Officer,

Sri A. Nageswar Rao,                     Executive Officer,
9849905998

Kum. D. Shailaja,                Executive Director
98499-05997

Collectorate Complex, Lakdikapul, Hyderabad
040-23212273

24

Hyderabad,                      D S C S C S Ltd

Md. Yosuf Ali,                Assistant Executive Officer, (Plg.)

Sri. D. Sarvaiah,                       Executive Officer,
9849906000

Sri D. Sarvaiah,               Executive Director
98499-05999

Collectorate Complex, Hyderabad
040-23201500



APSC FINANCE CORPORATION

Right to Information Act

Chapter 17

Other Information
 [Section 4(1) (b) xvii]



Maintenance of Records

The year wise records are available in the Record Room They are arranged duly categorized and indexed as R.Dis, D.Dis and L.Dis.

 

 

The office manuals for implementation of schemes in electronic are appended