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As envisaged in the Discoms Financial Autonomy Plan vide reference 1st cited, APTRANSCO has coordinated and established the following Working Capital Limits from Banks to all the Discoms duly reducing the CC Limits of APTRANSCO Economy Measures to be implemented in APTRANSCO for improvement of Financial Performance – Reduction of expenditure by 10% w.e.f. 01-04-2003 – Orders issued.

Lr.No.FA&CCA(R&A)/SAO(L)/ AO(L)/522/03, Dt. 04-04-03.

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T.O.O.FA & CCA (A & E)/Ms. No. 05 Dated. 07-04-2003

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ALLOWANCES – Dearness Allowance – Revision of rates of D.A. to employees of the Government of A.P. from 1st July 2002 in the revised pay scales 1993 – Adoption of the orders in respect of Government employees working on deputation in AP Transco and Discoms – Orders – Issued.

T.O.O. (GM (IR)-Per) Ms.No. 27 Dated: 22-4-2003

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ALLOWANCES – Dearness Allowance – Dearness G.O.Ms.No. 22 Allowance to the State Government employees drawing Dt. 04/02/2003 pay in the pre-revised scales from 1st July, 2002 – Sanctioned – Orders – Issued. ELECTRICITY – Transco of Andhra Pradesh Limited – Terms and conditions of the appointment of Chairman and Managing Director and Directors of Transco of Andhra Pradesh Limited – Enhancement of Telephone Operator Allowance and Security Guard Allowance – Orders – Issued. APED- APTRANSCO – Absorption of Services of employees on transfer from one company to another company – Certain Guidelines – Amendment orders – Issued. T.O.O.(P&G-Per)-Addl. Secy)Ms.No.29 Dt: 22-4-2003

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T.O.O. (Per-Addl. Secy.) M.S.No.39 Dated: 30.04.2003

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Transco – Manual for Purchase of Materials through Internal resources - approved – Reg. APTRANSCO – Reconstitution of Stores Purchase Committee - modified orders issued – Reg.

T.O.CE (DFID&APL)/Ms.No.49 Dt.16-5-0203 T.O.O.CEE (DFID & APL) Ms. No. 50 Dt.17-5-2003

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ALLOWANCES – Transfer Travelling Allowance (T.T.A.) T.O.O.(GM-(IR)-Per) Ms. No. 52 Rules – Revised – Orders – Issued. Dated: 19-5-2003. VEHICLE-CELL – A.P.TRANSCO – Constitution of T.O.O.(CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. No. 75 the committee to examine the requirements of vehicles Dated: 13-6-2003 and fix the norms for allotment / Providing of Vehicles for various field officers–Orders–Issued. Establishment – APTRANSCO – Engineering Service – Limited Recruitment – Filling up of Backlog vacancy of Assistant Engineer (Elecl.) – Reserved for P.H(Orthopaedic) – Orders – Issued. Estt - APTRANSCO Re-allocation of subjects under the control of Sri Dinesh Kumar, Joint Managing Director (HRD), Plg. & RA) to other DirectorsOrders Issued. Estt, - APTRANSCO-Recommendations of the Accounts Committee, constituted to identify surplus staff/posts in Accounts wing- Approval accorded. T.O.O. (Per-GM) Ms.No.80 Date: 16-06-2003.

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T.O.O. (Per-Addl.Sec) Ms. No. 87 Dt. 2.7.2003

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TRANSCO OF A.P. LTD - P&G Service and Accounts T O O(GM(IR) - Per) Ms. No. 91 Service Regularisation of Services of Assistants, Dated: 4-7-2003 Assistant-cum-Computer operator, Typists and Steno-typists in P & G Service and L.D.C., Typists and Steno-typists in P&G Service and L.D.C., Typists and Steno-typists in Accounts service - Passing of tests orders - Issued. APTRANSCO-Reconstitution of Stores Purchase Committees Modified Orders-Issued - Reg. T.O.O.CEE (DFID&APL) Ms. No. 111 Dt. 18-7-2003

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Estt. AP Transco - Implementation of the provisions of the EPF & MP Act, 1952 and the Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme, 1952 to the employees of AP Transco who were appointed and joined on or after 01-02-1999- Orders - Issued.

T.O.O. (GM(IR) - Per) Ms. No. 114 Dt. 23-07-2003

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APTRANSCO - Transfer Services of employees from T.O.O. (Per-Addl. Secy.) Ms. No. 115 one company to another company on deputation basis Dt. 24.07.2003 - Maintenance of Service Registers-Guidelines-Issued. VEHICLE - CELL - AP TRANSCO - Reconstitution T.O.O.CEE (DFID&APL)/Ms. No. 117 of Committees to examine the requirement of vehicles Dt. 31-7-2003. and for fixation of norms for allotment / providing of vehicles for various field officers-Modified-Orders-Issued. APTRANSCO - PENSIONS - AMENDEMENT to Sub-rule (5) of Rule 50 of Andhra Pradesh Revised pension Rules, 1980 - Orders - Issued. PENSION - Amendment to sub-rule (5) of Rule 50 of the Andhra Pradesh revised Pension Rules 1980 Orders - Issued. Sections - Amendment to A.P.S.E. Board Employees Revised Conduct Sections and Discipline & Appeal Regulations Orders-Issued. HRD - APTRANSCO - Absorption of services of employees on transfer from one company to another company - Guidelines for stipulation of the time limit Amendment issued. Estt - APTRANSCO - Constitution of a committee called “Suggestion Committee” to administer the Employees Suggestion Scheme - Orders - Issued. Provision of cellular telephones under CUG to the field officers of APTRANSCO orders-Issued. T.O.O. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. No. 123 Dated. 12-8-2003

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(GM (IR)-PER) MS. NO. 129 Dated. 23-8-2003

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T.O.O. (Per.-GM/P) Rt. No. 147 Dated: 01-09-2003

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APTRANSCO - INTERNAL AUDIT - Constitution of the Committee for conducting Interview for selection of 14 Chartered Accountants for assigning of Internal Audit Function on contract basis - Orders - Issued. APTRANSCO - Audit Committee U/S 292 A of the Companies Act, 1956 - Change name of the Members of the Committee - Orders - Issued.

T.O.O. FA&CCA (A&E)/Ms. No. 139 Dated. : 02.09.2003

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Pension - A.P. Transco - Simplification of pension T.O.O. Rt. No. 152 applications and other forms prescribed orders-Issued. Dt. 05.09.2003 Welfare Measures - Vidyut Soudha Canteen Constitution of a revised Departmental Canteen Committee at Vidyut Soudha -Orders - Issued. Allowances - Dearness Allowance - Revision of rates of D.A. to employees of the Government of A.P. from 1st January 2003 in the revised pay Scales 1993 Adoption of the orders in respect of government employees working on deputation in AP Transco and Discoms - Orders - Issued. Allowances - Dearness Allowance - Dearness Allowance to the state government Employees drawing pay in the pre-revised scales of pay from 01.01.2003. Sanctioned - Orders - Issued. APTRANSCO - Award of contracts to relatives of officials / directors- Certain guidelines Issued. APTRANSCO - Award of contracts to the relatives of officials / Board of Directors in connection with the execution of works in APTRANSCO & DISCOMS Certain guidelines - Issued. T.O.O. (Per-DS (IR) Ms. No. 141 Dt. 5-9-2003

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T.O.O.(GM. Per) Ms. No. 155 Dated. 24.9.2003

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G.O.Ms. No. 392 Dated : 28.7.2003

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T.O.O. (GM-Per) Ms. No.156 Dated: 24-09-2003 T.O.O. (GM.Per) Ms. No. 157 Dated. : 24.9.2003

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Estt - APTRNSCO - Re-allocation of subjects among T.O.O. (Per-GM/P) Ms. No. 170 Joint Managing Directors and Directors-Orders-Issued. Dated: 20-10-2003

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AP TRANSCO - VEHICLE CELL-Hiring of VehiclesConstitutions of the committee to the numbers and Type of Veheciles to be hire for the Vidyut Soudha Officer - Orders- Issued.

(CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. No.171 Dated: 20.10.2003

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AP TRANSCO - Audit Committee U/S 292 A of the T.O.O. (ACS) Ms. No. 177 Companies Act, 1956 - Change in one of the Members Dated. 27.10.2003. of the Committee - Orders - Issued. AP TRANSCO - Reconstitution of Stores Purchase Committee Modified Orders - Reg. Estt. - APTRANSCO-Reconstitution of Suggestion Committee to administer the Employees suggestion Scheme - Orders - Issued. T.O.O.CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. No. 184 Dt. 31.10.2003 T.O.O. (Per-GM/P) Rt. No. 199 Dated. 15.11.2003

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Allowances - Dearness Allowance - Revision of rates T.O.O. G.M. (HRD & Trg.) Ms. No. 200 64 of D.A. to the employees of the Government of AP from Dated : 20-11-2003. 1st July 2003 in the Revised Pay scales 1999 Adoption of the orders in respect of Government employees working on deputation in AP Transco and Discoms - Orders - Issued. Allowances - Dearness Allowance-Dearness Allowance G.O.(P) No. 475 to the State Government Employees from Dated. : 6.11.2003 1st July, 2003 - Sanctioned - Orders – issued. 65

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AP TRANSCO - VEHICLE-CELL - Recommendations T.O.O. (CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. No. 201 69 of the Vehicles-Committee, Constituted to finalize Dated : 24-11-2003. the NORMS for allotting the vehicles and type of vehicles to the Vidyut Soudha Officers - Orders - Issued APTRANSCO - P&G SERVICES - Performance Indicators for the Personnel in APTRANSCO - Certain modification/Additions - Orders - Issued. Estt.- APTRANSCO - Redesignation of the post of General Manager (HRD & Training) as Chief General Manager (HRD & Training) - Orders Issued. T.O.O. (Addl. Secy) Ms. No. 202 Dated. : 24.11.2003 72

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AP Transco - Medical reimbursement Scheme Constitution of Committee to review medical claims/ reimbursement and to evolve and Insurance Scheme for Employees APTRANSCO - COMMITTEES - Re-constitutions of Departmental Promotion Committee to various categories of posts in Class-I and Class II Services of AP Transco - Orders - Issued. AP TRANSCO-Vehicle-Committee-Recommendations and approved norms for providing Vehicles to the various field officers in AP Transco - Orders - Issued. Estt. APTRANSCO - Registration of the posts of certain Chief Engineers-Orders Issued. SPORTS-Incentives to Outstanding Sportsmen and Sports women of APTRANSCO / DISCOMS-RevisedOrders - Issued.

T.O.O. (CGM (HRD&Trg) Ms.No.214 Dated. 12.12.2003

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T.O.O.(CGM-HRD&TRG.) Ms.No.217 Dated. 18.12.2003

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T.O.O. (CEE/DFID&APL) Ms.No. 219 Dated. : 29-12-2003.

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T.O.O. (C.G.M.-HRD) Ms. No. 222 Date: 31.12.2003 T.O.O. (JMD/(V&S) Ms. No. 224 Dated. 31.12.2003

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Estt.- AP Transco - Extension of provisions of the EPF T.O.O(CGM(HRD&TRG)-Per) Ms.No.227 & MP act, 1952 and the Employee's Provident funds Dt. 07.01.2004 scheme 1952 to the excluded employees of AP Transco who were appointed and joined on or after 01.02.1999and whose salary/wages exceeds Rs.6500/- PM- Orders- Issued.

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REGULATIONS - AP TRANSCO - Appointment of the T.O.O. (CGM-HRD&Trg) Ms. No. 230 121 candidate possessing higher qualification than the Dated. : 12.1.2004 Prescribed qualification - Applicability of Government orders to the services under AP Transco and Discoms Order - Issued. T.O.O.(CGM-HRD&TRG) Per. Ms. No. 235 122 PAY SCALES - APTRANSCO & DISCOMS - Junior promoted to the higher post in regular line after Dated. 17.1.2004 introduction of Master scale i.e. 1-4-1998 and drawing more pay than the senior - Rectification of Pay anamoly - Orders - Issued.

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03.O.Issued.No.Dearness Allowance .Non-passing of Accounts Test within the period Dated.O.A. 116417/SER.2. NO. Allowance . : 27.O. Certain Asst.2004 of probation -Extension of probation by relaxation of Regulations and Declaration of completion of probationOrders Issued. APTRANSCO .Issued.2004 Transco and Discoms who retire on Medical invalidation Dispensed with . 24.No. dependents of deceased Government employeesDated.2004 from 1st July.O. Ms. to employees of the Government of A.O.certain clarification . (CGM-(HRD&TRG) Per.Sanctioned orders Issued.Compassionate Appointments to the Memo.Orders . Ms.O.2004 pre-revised scales from 01.Dearness Allowance G. and Issue of Attendance Certificate Extension .272 Elecl . : 17.O. 127 54 AP TRANSCO .No.) Ms.301 129 appointment to the dependents of Deceased Dt.2.No.268 Dated.S.Deanress Allowance .Orders .A/2003-1.Issued.P.P.2004 123 52 125 53 Estt.307 131 Rates of D.O. 51 APTRANSCO-Scheme of Compassionate appointment T. Engineers / T. 132 57 VII . APTransco-Industrial Relations-Permission to pursue Union activities on “Full time basis” Grant of Special Casual Leave. T. Public Services .) Ms.(CGM (HRD&TRG)Ms.E. 1993 . : 3. 96 to the State Government Employees drawing pay in the Dated.Compassionate appointment to the dependent married daughter Adoption of Government Orders-Orders-Issued.) Ms. 2003 in the Revised Pay scales 1993 Adoption of the orders in respect of employees working in AP Transco and Discoms and drawing pay in A. Particulars Reference No.2003 .(CGM(HR & Trg. Dated.O. 23.Orders Issued. & Date Page No.O. 266 to Son / Daughter / Spouse of the employees of AP Date :13.2.Revision of T.No.(GM-HRD & Trg. No.S.CGM (HRD&TRG.10. Revised Pay scales.2003 Compassionate appointment to the dependent married daughter . 08.07. No.2004 employees of APTransco & Discoms .O.3.Scheme of Compassionate T. 130 55 56 ALLOWANCES .2.

01 Dated::01.O. AP Transco –Loans and Advances – House Building Advance through Banks – Adoption of Government Orders –Orders –Issued.Appointment of Sri A. 58 Estt-APTRANSCO–Re-allocation of certain subjects to the control of Addl.2004 166 66 T.No. General Manager / Corporate Communications (non –cadre ) by transfer as Chief General Manager /Corporate Communications – Orders – Issued.2004 135 60 APTRANSCO-Protocol – Guest House – Revised rules T.O. 137 61 Memo No.Addl.(Per-CGM(HRD&Trg.(CE-Telecom)Ms No. IPC & Reforms) to other Directors – Orders –I ssued. Estt.16 Date: 21. Ongole.APTRANSCO – Re.04. & Date Page No.O.04.)} Ms.APTransco/SPDCL – Sanction for formation of 24 new Operation Sections in Operation Circles.27 167 Date: 12. Secretary APTRANSCO – Orders –Issued Estt. Establishment – APTRANSCO – Corporate Communication /Media Service.04 for reservation of accommodation.0.05.4.26 Dated: 12.NO.No.(Per–CGM/HRD&Trg)Ms.Secy.Secy.O. Particulars Reference No.No.Chandra Sekhara Reddy. Comml.) Ms.2004 VIII . T. T.O.. 23-4-2004 namely APTRANSCO Corporate Communication Media Service Orders – Issued. – Dated: 07-4-2004 Orders – Issued LOC applications – Instructions-Reg.02 Date: 03.04. Ms. JMD (HRD.allocation of subjects under the control of Sri G.17 151 Communication Cell Constitution of new Service Date.25 Dated: 05-05-2004 153 64 65 T.O(Per-CGM/HRD&Trg) Ms.04 T.12/04 Date:13. 63 Estt –APTRANSCO Strengthening of Corporate T.O.Tirupathi and Nellore – Orders –Issued.No.Sai Prasad.No.(Per.0.2004 134 59 T.O. Addl.05.O. FA&CCA (R&A)/ 141 SAO (B&R) /CIR/D.No.S.O.O.O.(Per-CGM/HRD &Trg) Ms.No.2004 142 62 Provision of cellular telephones to the officers of APTRANSCO and four DISCOMs under the Closed User Group (CUG) of GOAP-Orders-Issued. (Per –Addl. rates etc.Secy) Ms.O.O. Vijayawada.No.

No 71 the Additional Secretary for sanction of Legal fee and Dated: 28.O.No.) Ms.7.O.Counting of training period beyond initial 9 months training period as envisaged in the scheme for purpose of pensionery benefits-Orders-Issued..O. (Per – Addl.III. 168 68 169 69 170 70 G.O.O(GM (HRD&Trg)Per) Ms.17930-645-19865715-23440 as Joint Secretary in the scale of Rs.O.2003-Orders . Reforms) Dated:18.Secy) Ms. & Date Page No.Secy.42 Dated.73 Dated:1.Stipendiary T.O(Per – Addl.O.O.29-1-2003 171 71 T. 1935 – Notification – Issued APTRANSCO – CTI Apprenticeship Training under the Provisions of Apprentice Act.No. 18-8-2004 73 APTRANSCO – Nomination and appointment of T. Comml.O.O. No.No.126 Companies Act. LEGAL CELL. 110 Dated: 16.Ms No.08.(Per-CGM/HRD&Trg)Ms.No.O. Dated::29.JMD (HRD.O.04 174 72 T.Ms.1.42.Sai Prasad IAS .2004 expenses – ORDER:s –Issued APTRANSCO – Social Security-cum-Provident Fund Booster Scheme-Adoption of G.17285-645-19865-715-23440 – Orders-Issued T.Secy –Per) Ms. 179 Dated:.O. Comml. IPC &Reforms) to other Directors – Orders –Issued APTRANSCO –Audit Committee U/S 292 A of the T. Particulars Reference No. APTRANSCO – Delegation of powers to T. 1961 for a period of one year 2004-2005 to be trained in APTRANSCO – Orders – Issued CTP-16/04 –A.112 Sri G.6.2004 as Chairman & Managing Director /APEPDCL – Re-allocation of subjects under the control of JMD (HRD.2004.Issued PROVIDENT FUND – Amendments to the General Provident Fund (Andhra Pradesh ) Rule. (ACS) Ms.O. (Addl. (CGM-CTI) Ms.Changes in the Members of the Dated: 28-08-2004 Committee –Orders –Issued 180 74 181 IX .O.No.08. 67 ESTABLISHMENT –APTRANSCO.69 Trainees selected under Half a Million Job programme Date: 25-06-2004 during 1973-1974 .Transco-P & G Service – Conversion of General Manager (IR) Post (Earlier upgraded from DS cadre) in the scale of pay of Rs.S.No. 1956.P.No.

APTRANSCO. No.2004 186 79 188 80 T. (J.(P) No.Addl.9.No:128 employees to APGENCO and Discoms and vice Versa Dated: 1.O.523 Committee constituted to look into the Anomalies Date:22-06-2004 arising out of recommendations of the pay Revision Commission .Orders –Issued T. Dir (Tr.S.Upgradation of one post of Finacial Adviser and chief controller of Accounts as Executive Director (Accounts) temporarily for a period up to 28-2-2005.O.O. 1999 Definition of ‘Family’ for purpose fo family pension –Inclusion of widowed /divorced daughers and dependent parent – Implemented – Orders –issued Delegation of Powers –Reimbursement of Medical Charges –Delegation of powers to JMD (HRD. Particulars Reference No. & GO) Ms. 174 Dated:: 28-10-2004 208 X .O.No 135 minimum service requirement prescribed in the Date 10-9-2004 APSEB Service Regulations as adopted by the APTRANSCO for promotion to next higher post in the APTRANSCO in Engineering Service. No.10.O.2004 204 82 T. Accounts Service and Personnel &General Service Orders –Issued APTRANSCO – PENSIONS. Comml.2004 190 81 T.O.O. 8.Issued Regulations –Constitution of Committee to examine the T.2004 Contributions towards Leave Salary and Pension Contributions in respect of Deputationist –Orders.O.140 Dated: 14-9-2004 182 76 184 77 185 78 Pensions –Recommendations of the Anomalies G.Ms. 156 Dt.No.Secy ) Ms.Definition of “Family” for the purpose of Family Pension –Inclusion of widowed/ divorced daughter and dependent parents – Orders of overnment –Adopted T.O.No.O.O. IPC&Reforms ) – Orders – Issued Detailed Instructions for preparation of Estimates for new EHV Transmission Lines & Sub-stations – Orders – Issued APTRANSCO–Procedures for inter corporate funds /inter corporate investments in the Transmission and Distribution Sector –Orders –Issued ETP-Estt.S-Per) Ms.09.O.CGM (HRD&Trg)Ms. (JS-Per) Ms.Secy. & Date Page No. 75 Estt-APTRANSCO – Deputations –Deputation of T.166 Dated: 18.O.(CGM (HRD&Trg) Ms No 144 Dated: 22. (Per-Addl.No.O.10.O.

O. T.No.O.NO.Issued.No.O.Secy-Per)Ms. No.IT) Ms. (CE-Telecom) Ms.(ADDL.) and Director incharge of HRD.177 210 basis of Internal Rate of Return – guide lines for uniform Dated: 05.O (Addl. (Per –Addl Scey) Ms.12.No .O.O. 83 Sanction of IT core group for development of IT T. Accounts Service and -Personnel &General Service – Orders Issued Provision of cellular telephones in CUG –Payment of monthly bills –Amendment to the existing procedure –Orders – Issued APTRANSCO – Nomination and Appointment of the new Subscribers/ Shareholders of the company – Orders of the Government – Recorded T.O (CE-Construction) Ms.S. Ms.2004 216 90 217 XI .CE (Comml.175 209 Applications–Formation of a core Group-Orders–Issued Dated: 28-10-04 Transmission Project evaluation methodology on the T.201 Dated:18.(JS) /MS. Particulars Reference No.O. & Date Page No.Orders .O. No.2004 procedure to be followed in APTRANSCO Arrangements.Secy) Ms.No.O.Accounts services – performance indicators for the personnel in APTRANSCO-Methodology for appraisal of performance-modified . 182 Date 9-11-2004 212 84 85 86 T.O.Delegation of powers –Delegation to Joint Secretary /Chief General Manager (HRD &Trg.No.issued Regulations.O.O.O.183 Dated: 10-11-2004 213 87 T.No.No195 Date 3-12-2004 214 88 T. APTRANSCO to sanction expenditure for meetings-Orders. 135 OF LIMITED – Nomination and Appointment of the Dated: 28-10-2004 new subscribers /Shareholders of the company – Orders– issued APTRANSCO.11.O.197 215 Dated: 03-12-2004 89 ANDHRA PRADESH TRANSMISSION CORPORATION G.Constitution of Revised committee to examine the minimum service requirement Prescribed in the APSEB service regulations as adopted by the APTransco for promotion to next higher post in the APTransco is Engineering Service.

(CV1) Department. 1980 Recovery of AP Transco dues from the Pensionary benefits -Orders . & Date Page No. No. 47 Dated : 31.05. 995 Dated 21-12-2002 302 93 T.APTransco .Passing of Departmental tests during the period of probation to certain categories of employees in Accounts Service & P&G Service . 91 PENSIONS . 263 Dated : 1-3-2005 304 94 T. 91 Dated 23-12-2004 313 98 APTRANSCO–Implementation of Rule of Reservation T. dated 31.No.APTRANSCO & DISCOMs .O.O. (Addl.O.Instructions . No. 47.Ms.O.Rules 2000 Orders .O. 270 Dated : 03. Secy-Per) Ms.Issued Regulations .Secy-Per) Ms.Issued Welfare measure-Vidyut Soudha Canteen-Constitution of a revised Departmental Canteen Committee at Vidyut Soudha .Recovery of Government dues from the pensionary benefits . 1980 . Particulars Reference No.No. 2000 issued in G.No. Secy-Per) Ms.Order .3. No. S.Amendment to Sub-rule (7) of Rule 9 of A.Ms.P.O (Addl.secy Per )Ms. No.2000 309 97 G.S.No 274 in Promotions in favour of scheduled castes and Date 10.03.O.Adopted The Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) .Issued SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT – Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Rules.Amendment to Sub-rule (7) of Rule 9 of Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules.Ms.(IS-Per) Ms. No.2005 308 96 G. 273 Dated : 10.O. (Addl.2005 301 92 G.O.O.05. (Addl.Adopted Pension-Administrative Reforms .Issued The Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalisation of Reservation) Ruls 2000 Government Orders . Revised Pension Rules.3.Order .Adjustment by recovery of excess amount due to release of erroneous increments after commencement of probation .220 Dated : 20.Ms.O.W.O.2005 307 95 T.01.2000 – Cancellation – Orders – Issued T.O.No.2005 scheduled Tribles–Policy of providing Rule of reservation in promotion in favour of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes–amendment and modification Orders to comprehensive guidelines–government Orders–adopted XII 314 .O.

Ms.2005 of SCs/STs – Modification –ORDER:s –Issued 316 100 Social Welfare Department–Public Services.2005 325 326 XIII .O.NO.03.278 Dated: 21.NO.2005 318 319 321 G.18 Representation of Scheduled Castes and Dated: : 17.2005 323 104 ESTT -APTRANSCO–ES–Appointment of Graduate T.02.NO.No.no 294 Dated: 31. 17.02.MS.SECY) Ms.O. CE/ Transmission /Ms.296 Sub Engineers (Elect) to the category of Assistant Date: 31. (CGM/HRD&Trg) Ms.No. 99 Social Welfare Department–Public Services –Policy G.O.MS.State G.17 and sub ordinate services–Rule ofg Reservation in Dated: : 17.2005 Scheduled Tribes Catetgories in the State and sub ordinate services –Policy of providing Rule of Reservation in Promotion in Favour of Scs/STs – Amendment – Orders –issued 102 APTRANSCO –Institution of Committee to examine insurance Coverage to the fixed asset of APTRANSCO –Orders –Issued 103 APTRANSCO–O&M Establishment–Promotion to Un-qualified O&M staff to next higher post-exemption from education qualification on one ltime basis – guidelines–Issued T.O0.O.No. & Date Page No.(ADDL.2005 Promotions in favour of SCs/Sts –under Article 16 (4A) of the Constitution of India – Amendment –Orders –issued 101 Social Welfare Department –Public ServicesG.297 Date: 31.02.O.O.03.03.O.O.S.O (CGM /HRD&Trg) Ms. Particulars Reference No.03.2005 Engineer – Relaxation of the provision for recruitment – Orders–Issued 105 Estt.16 of providing Rule of Reservation in promotions in favour DATE.No.O. APTRANSCO–ES–Appoinment of Graduate Sub Engineers /Diploma Sub –Engineers (Mechanical &Civil) to the category of Assistant Engineert/ Additional Assistant Engineer (Mechanical &Civil) – Relaxation of the provision for recruitment–Orders–Issued T.

2005 strength –allotment of ADE/EL and AE/AAE/EL posts – Orders–Issued 327 XIV .O.3.No.O. No 319 Techincal Commiottee constituted to review the cadre Date: 29. & Date Page No. (Per Addl Secy ) Ms. 106 Estt-APTRANSCO –Reccommendations of the T. Particulars Reference No.S.

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Dt. Rs. Dt.No.00 55. Sd/Chairman & Managing Director 1 . Yours faithfully.03. Dt. an amendment to the Discoms Financial Autonomy is enclosed herewith. duly confirming the details of the amendments enclosed.No. 22. Lr.No. 04-04-03.00 35. SBM & BOI SBH. of Andhra Pradesh Enterprise) Vidyut Soudha.CMD/NPDCL/Warangal/D.4. SBI.02. 24.No. BOI & IOB SBH. APTRANSCO.FA&CCA(R&A)/SAO(L)/AO(L)/55/02. Khiartabad.00 NAME OF THE BANK SBH.No.3.No. CPDCL’s Statement Dated. 22. Dt. Vidyut Soudha. 17. Ref:1. Sir. Sub:. Encl: As above. APCPDCL/APNPDCL. APEPDCL/APSPDCL. *** As envisaged in the Discoms Financial Autonomy Plan vide reference 1st cited.2003 and it is requested to take necessary steps for implementation of the same.FA&CCA(R&A)/SAO(L)/AO(L)/522/03.3. Dt. Hyderabad – 500 082.02. APTRANSCO has coordinated and established the following Working Capital Limits from Banks to all the Discoms duly reducing the CC Limits of APTRANSCO.3.6136/03. 4. 2. Lr. 22. SBI. The amendment to the Discoms Financial Autonomy Plan will come into effect from 1.02. The Chairman & Managing Director. SBM & BOI SBH.Regarding.FA&CCA(R&A)/SAO(L)/AO(L)/414/03.3.3. Hyderabad-82 Lr. DISCOM EPDCL SPDCL CPDCL NPDCL WORKING CAPITAL LIMIT 35. 6.FA&CCA(R&A)/SAO(L)/AO(L)/412/03.03. 3. in Crs. 5. Lr. SBI. Lr. BOI & IOB In view of the above and as per the suggestions/requests made by CMD’s/Director (Finance) of all the Discoms on the captioned subject. Dt.FA&CCA(R&A)/SAO(L)/AO(L)/413/03. SBI. PABX : 3396000 From To The Chairman & Managing Director.No.02. NPDCL’s Lr. 22.Amendment to the DISCOMs Financial Autonomy Plan .5.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED (A Govt.00 35.

The operation lease agreements i.e. The details of the allotment of circles to the Discoms to meet the employee’s costs are as follows: NAME OF THE DISCOM 1.. The Discoms shall execute all loan agreements in respect of the new schemes proposed with effect from 01. 3.03.. The loan receipts will also be directly received by the EPDCL in respect of ongoing schemes. the LT collections of Medak and Nalgonda circles will be permitted to be retained to meet their employee cost i.e. Accordingly. In case of CPDCL. 7. 4. Pension Funds and GPF. Salaries & Wages.2003. AP Transco. the debt obligations of the present loan and future loans are to be met by them by executing Multipartite Agreement among the Lender. Klen & Marshall and Asian Electronics are to be serviced by the respective discoms without seeking funds from APTRANSCO. Similar to the EPDCL. CPDCL CIRCLES TIRUPATHI WARANGAL MEDAK & NALGONDA (*NOTE: The reasons for allotment of above circles have been mentioned in the statement enclosed. Hyderabad and Rangareddy Circles have already been earmarked to the Escrow Account of M/s. NPDCL 3. 6..AMENDMENT TO THE DISCOMS FINANCIAL AUTONOMY PLAN 1.e. the other Discoms will be permitted to retain the L T collections of the Headquarter circle of the respective Discoms to meet the monthly commitment of salaries & wages etc. Therefore. The receipts of all the expenditure units will be permitted to be retained by the discoms without routing through the No-Lien account. Discoms shall not draw funds from the No-Lien Account and shall not issue any instructions to the Banker where No-lien account is being maintained. APTRANSCO will continue debt service obligations of the loans already executed on behalf of discoms up to 31. In respect of other discoms. Chairman & Managing Director 5. SPDCL 2. As a ‘’Roll over model’. the debit notes will be issued to the respective Discoms as per the procedure in vogue. the LT collections of the Headquarters i.2003 and shall be serviced by them.e.04. 2 .GVK Industries Ltd. Discoms and GOAP. EPDCL will be given full financial autonomy i.) 2. However this aspect will be reviewed after 6 months.

P.42 -0.03 26.11 3.C.80 11.93 11.N.D.31 C. CIRCLE AVERAGE MONTHLY DEMAND (APRIL/02 TO FEB/03) AVERAGE MONTHLY COLLECTIONS (APRIL TO FEB/03) 17.39 1.L STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AVERAGE MONTHLY DEMAND.29 4.P.85 3 . CIRCLE AVERAGE MONTHLY DEMAND (APRIL/02 TO FEB/03) AVERAGE MONTHLY COLLECTIONS (APRIL TO FEB/03) 9.11 6.88 EMPLOYEE COST PER MONTH DEMAND VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST COLLECTIONS VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST WARANGAL (Proposed by APTRANSCO) 14.82 -1. COLLECTIONS VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST Rupees in Crs.68 26.53 10.L STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AVERAGE MONTHLY DEMAND.73 -4.C.39 5.23 KARIMNAGAR (Opted by Discom) 17.24 21.12 21.D.36 EMPLOYEE COST PER MONTH COST DEMAND VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST COLLECTIONS VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST MEDAK & NALGONDA (Proposed by APTRANSCO) RR SOUTH & KURNOOL (Opted by Discom) 23. COLLECTIONS VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST Rupees in Crs.

D.60 It could be seen from the above statements that. COLLECTIONS VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST Rupees in Crs.1.P.03 crores for CPDCL and Rs. The shortfall can be met by the Discom from their CC Limits/improving collections against demand and also accumulated arrears. Even. 4 .98 GUNTUR (Opted by Discom) 21.40 1.C.97 4.48 16.98 crores for SPDCL.00 16. the short fall of funds is Rs. the Employees Cost is less than the average monthly demand in respect of circles proposed by APTRANSCO.40 4. CIRCLE AVERAGE MONTHLY DEMAND (APRIL/02 TO FEB/03) AVERAGE MONTHLY COLLECTIONS (APRIL TO FEB/03) 13.23 crores per month for NPDCL.L STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF THE AVERAGE MONTHLY DEMAND.42 EMPLOYEE COST PER MONTH COST DEMAND VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST COLLECTIONS VIS-À-VIS EMPLOYEE COST TIRUPATHI (Proposed by APTRANSCO) 17. if Employees cost is compared with the collections in respect of the circles proposed by APTRANSCO.37 21. Rs.08 -2.2.4.S.

T.Transco vide T. it has been observed that expenditure being incurred against R & M and Adm.O. No. 3) Vehicle: An abnormal increase has been recorded under expenditure on Departmental vehicles and Hire vehicles during the year to end of 02/2003. to end of 02/2003.O. when compared with the expenditure incurred in the last year. The telephone calls made during the month shall be reviewed duly verifying the official Nos.O. DP/DM/IR/P. Every month 5 . The vehicle shall be engaged as per the rates fixed by A. & General expenses is large & beyond limits set for the year. The register of STD calls shall be maintained at all offices where it permitted.DS (Per.20-10-92.O. Dt. the controlling officer will be held responsible. & General Expenditure and R & M. No. when compared with the expenditure incurred in the last year. Dt.27-122000.A. so that the personnel calls can be identified and kept in the personnel account of the officer/staff.DM (GS-1)/Veh-Cell.P.)/PO-X/106/X2/98-1. Any deviation in this regard. Dt. 1) Telephones: The expenditure on Telephones shall be reviewed every month and reduced to the bearest minimum duly following the ciling limits as prescribed in the Memo. The controlling and sanctioning officers shall be held responsible in case of any tour found to be fictitious/unwarranted.e. In order to have better control over the budget and to curtail expenditure on the R & M and Adm. Departmental vehicle shall be utilized strictly for the departmental works only. Dt. to whom the calls are made so as to verify at a later date. 2) T. 07-04-2003 On review of the expenditure to end of 02/2003 of field units.No. Hence the expenses on Travelling may be cut down duly following the limitations of 12 trips imposed vide Board Memo. & General expenses. The 95 code facility to all the phones shall be disconnected in order to have all the phone Nos.. 01-04-2003 – Orders issued.210.No. 2-2/640/89-6.No.25-5-98 scrupulously.e. A log book shall be maintained duly recording the trips made by the officer and the expenditure incurred there on. The Board of APTRANSCO has reviewed the abnormal increase in expenditure as furnished in the ARR for the year 2003-2004. Bills: An abnormal increase of expenditure has been recorded under the head ‘’Travelling Allowance” during the financial year i./ Departmental Nos. 05 ORDER: Dated. in the following key areas which are detailed below. A Register for the trips made by the vehicle and both incoming time & outgoing time is to be maintained by the officer who is utilizing the vehicle.23-6-89.FA & CCA (A & E)/Ms. Please ensure that STD calls are made only for official works and which are need based. it is felt necessary to issue the following instructions for keeping the expenditure within cash grants already communicated under each head.O. Daily trip sheets shall invariably be attached to the bills strictly and trips restricted to the kilometers allowed to the officers concerned without any relaxation of the orders issued in this regard. No Vehicles should be engaged on hire by any officer for any purpose without obtaining approval of APTRANSCO as per the conditions stipulated in Memo. capital etc.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : : HYDERABAD ABSTRACT Economy Measures to be implemented in APTRANSCO for improvement of Financial Performance – Reduction of expenditure by 10% w. A need has arisen to gear up the internal control towards reduction of expenditure on Adm.2/594/92.f.

Ms. As per the instruction of A. age-wise / value-wise so that idle stores are eliminated. K2 Agreements and LS agreements only on the indents placed by the DEs concerned. Further there should be periodical analysis of stores.P. The monthly return on purchase orders placed shall be sent to FA & CCA (A&E) by 5th of succeeding month. expenditure shall be restricted to the extent of budget provision only. Tenders for procurement of Printing & Stationery shall be floated from the Registered Vendors as per B. 6) Inventory Control: The inventories are to be procured as and when necessary duly following the procedures in vogue strictly. 7) Chit Agreements. 05-10-1996.the average expenditure per KM and mileage per liter should be arrived at so as to justify the performance of the vehicle (Dept. No officer should exceed his powers delegated by the APTRANSCO.C. the APTRANSCO has imposed the following restrictions in concluding the Chit / K2 / LS Agreements.219. 15-11-1995. K2 Agreements & others: For achieving substantial savings and also to curtail infractions expenditure.70 Lakhs without obtaining approval of APTRANSCO.P.2. b) The SEs/CEs concerned shall enter into. which is meant for petty payments. a) No chit agreements shall be entered into by ADE/DEE for any purpose. The log books are to be sent to DE/Vehicle Cell every month for recording the same (mileage per litre and expenditure per KM). The value of K2 Agreements shall be limited to Rs. Disciplinary action shall be taken on the officers violating the above orders and if any Agreement is entered into by any officer contrary to the above orders. The inventories should not be procured unless there is an indent from the concerned and should not be kept idle in stores so as to avoid locking up of funds of APTRANSCO. No officer should purchase the material beyond the cash grant allotted and beyond the delegated powers. in order to bring the value of the work within his delegated powers.149.00 Lakhs status on the stock of said material shall be indicated therein. As against the original agreement / contract concluded by the H. the amount paid shall be kept in the personnel account of the concerned officer. while placing new Pos for purchase of materials worth more than Rs.e.P. similarly no work should be split. 6 .per each occasion.). LPOs shall be placed after obtaining approval from S. Thus the DE shall not order into either Chit or K2 Agreements. Expenditure” during the year to end of 02/2003 when compared to last year.P.No. as per B.Ms. 5) Misc.P. Where the performance of the Departmental vehicle is found considerably poor or below the”Average Mileage” prescribed or found ‘’Not road worthy” such vehicles should be stopped immediately and recommended for survey report to dispose off those vehicles. APTRANSCO). If any excess expenditure is warranted / necessary prior approval shall be obtained from A. No bills (diesel / petrol / repairs) shall be admitted without recording them in the log book by the drawing / disbursing officer.000/. Dt. Dt. 4) Printing & Stationery: Huge expenditure has been recorded against Printing & Stationery to end of 02/2003 exceeding the budget provision of Rs. no supplementary agreements shall be entered into without the approval of competent authority (i.20. The SEs shall send the monthly return of agreements entered into to FA&CCA (A&E) by 5th of succeeding month.Qrs.No. Expenditure: Abnormal increase in expenditure has been recorded under the head ‘’Misc.Transco.Transco.0. This has to be controlled and minimized duly reviewing the expenditure incurred every month.

. are to be paid timely by applying LOC separately. who is in charge of O & M of 132 KV / 220 KV. should also attend to the works relating to tree cutting. stringent action will be taken against the officers responsible. Any deviation in this regard should be kept under personal account of the concerned officer responsible. 11) Taxes and other duties: The Income Tax. Should be implemented scrupulously.GM/IR/AS/IR/PO-II/A2/97/2003 Dt. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR APTRANSCO 7 .S. If any cases found involving boosting up of expenditure on transformer repair etc.No.. The CEs/SEs concerned shall keep a watch and devies suitable measures to control R & M expenditure. breakdown gangs.No work shall be taken up without sanction of estimates and necessary budget provision and no expenditure shall be exceeded over and above the estimate under any circumstances. Dt. No contract labour on works contract shall be engaged towards Manning of sub-station. Any deviation in implementing the above orders will be viewed seriously. Sales Tax. 8) Emergency Expenditure: The concerned AEs / ADEs. to end of 02/2003. may be permitted to hold Permanent Imprest to a tune of Rs.14-2-2003 shall be followed strictly.No. No extra expenditure shall be incurred on tree cutting or jungle clearance by entering agreements separately. 10) Capital works expenditure and fixed assets: The expenditure on capital works is to be reviewed and the expenditure is to be incurred strictly as per sanctioned estimates only. The Gangmen who are engaged on works contract for attending Breakdowns and Maintenance. 9) Repairs and Maintenance: An abnormal increase of expenditure has been recorded under the head ‘’Repairs and Maintenance” during the financial year i. (C. without prior approval from APTRANSCO. The instructions issued vide Memo. 13) Verification by Internal Audit: The AOs/IA shall verify / check the implementation of the above austerity measures by the officers concerned scrupulously during their local inspections every month. the AO/IA shall bring the same to the notice of management of APTRANSCO for initiating disciplinary action against the officers responsible. If any deviations are found. It is pertinent to mention that the capital works are to be completed as per schedule and fact informed to headquarters through statement VII. Of late. heavy and scrub) etc.. are to be reviewed periodically. The instructions issued in T.. 12) 10% Economy cut in Expenditure: All the functional heads and officers concerned are hereby advised to follow the austerity measures scrupulously as prescribed above and cut-down the total expenditure at least by 10% per annum in each unit on all Heads of Revenue expenditure.O. Hence the expenditure incurred on R & M need to be controlled/ minimized and the expenditure on repairs of transformers etc. jungle clearance (light.each to meet emergency and contingency expenditure subject to verification and scrutiny by the DEs / SEs for their reasonability and essentiality. The above austerity measures will come into force with effect from 01-04-2003. are shown in R & M works which is to be avoided.O. Such expenditure should be shown under capital works in progress invariably.14-2-2003. it is observed that the capital expenditure such as cost of Power Transformer etc.1000/.. custom’s duty etc. typing. driving etc. so as to enable transfer of the capital works in progress to fixed assets and thereby getting benefit of depreciation through ARR.S.e.)Ms.E/Trans.294.

2.O. 12. G. G.No. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------2.6.198 Finance (PC.O.18.2001.2.O.86 Dt. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Pay upto Rs. The Revised rates of Dearness Allowances are indicated hereunder: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Pay Range Cumulative rate of D.2003.No. 30. G. 27..I) Deptt.9.No. (GM (IR)-Per) Ms. Dt. Dt. 27 1. (P) No. (GM (IR)-Per)Ms.Ms.185 Dt.A.O. 25. This order issues with the concurrence of Director (Finance) vide U. Basic pay above Rs.2002.No.O.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : : HYDERABAD – 82. 6.No.O. T. Dt. 7.I) Deptt.8950/-.380/107.I) Deptt.5.6878/-.2001.820/.2001.No. 9.2002.I) Deptt. Dt.O. Dt.O. Dated. 13. Basic pay above Rs. (GM (IR)-Per) Ms. G.22 Finance (PC.O.I) Deptt. 23. 3.A.11. (GM (IR)-Per) Ms. Dt.. 12. T.14% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs.m.O.1. and a maximum of Rs.Ms.O.No.70 Dt. T.5.8% of Pay subject to a maximum of Rs.11.O. 16-4-2003. T.2. G.2001. 8.m.2002.839/D(F)/2003.713 Finance (PC.O. (P) No.O.2002.p.O.8950/-.9.2002. 19.I) Deptt.998 Finance (PC.O.693 Finance (PC.p.O. 82.No.820/. 10.O. Dt. from 1st July 2002 in the revised pay scales 1993 – Adoption of the orders in respect of Government employees working on deputation in AP Transco and Discoms – Orders – Issued. DINESH KUMAR JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR 8 . to employees of the Government of A.6878/and upto Rs..280 Dt. Read the following:- ORDER: The Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited directs that the orders issued in G.I) Department.I) Deptt.. 4.55% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. Dt.2002.7.158 Dt.O.6. T. ABSTRACT ALLOWANCES – Dearness Allowance – Revision of rates of D.P. (P) No..No.No. T.6. *** Dated: 22-4-2003.2003. G..O.380/. 23. (P) No.22 Finance (PC.12.7. 4.602 Finance (PC.(GM(IR)-Per)Ms. 11.9.m 91.6.O. (GM (IR)-Per) Ms.No. G.2003 (copy enclosed) shall be made applicable to the employees of the Government of Andhra Pradesh working in AP Transco and Discoms on deputation and drawing their pay in the Government revised Pay Scales 1993. 4. 23. 18. 5.690 Finance (PC.Ms.p.Ms.

O. Dated. Junior Colleges. Cumulative rate of DA 107.p. FINANCE DEPARTMENT PAY COMMISSION – I Section G. G. *** ORDER: Government hereby order the revision rates of Dearness allowance sanctioned in the Government order 2nd read with 3rd above to the State Government employees drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pay Scales.2002. b) Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Aided Institutions viz.2002.O.O.. Dt. 2002 – Sanctioned – Orders – Issued.820/.m. 3. Finance (PC. 2002 at the following rates: Pay Range Pay upto Rs. 30.Ms.No. 20.162. Gram Panchayat Municipalities. Finance (PC. 22 1.p.380/Basic Pay above Rs.8950/82.12. Finance (PC. Finance and Planning (FW.(P) No. 1993 from 1st July.55% of Pay subject to a minimum of Rs.693.No. also workcharged Establishment who get monthly pay regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales.14% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. 23.COPY OF: GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT ALLOWANCES – Dearness Allowance – Dearness Allowance to the State Government employees drawing pay in the pre-revised scales from 1st July.1933.(P) No. Basic Pay above Rs.5.6878/91.I) Department Dated. Degree Colleges.9. Teaching and Non-Teaching of Zilla Parishads. 1998.998. 1998.713.6. Polytechnics and Schools who are drawing pay in the Revised Pay Scales. Mandal Parishads.I) Department Dated.7. 04/02/2003 Read the following:G. G.O.8% of pay subject to a maximum of Rs.I) Department Dated.PC.Ms. 9 . 3. G.I) Department. employees of Grandhalaya Samsthas. Municipal Corporation.820/. 4.No.9.m.m.O.2002.Ms. 12. 2.7.6878/and a maximum of Rs. Agricultural Market Committees.380/p. and upto Rs.6.8950/- The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the above para shall payable to : a) All Government employees.

Gazette No. dt:7-8-2002.2080/. orders were issued that all the Directors (whole time) shall be paid ‘Telephone Operator Allowance’ and ‘Security Guard Allowance’ each at the rate of Rs. 2003. Dt: 4-12-2002. A.P.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD-82. dt:9-4-2003.) Ms.O.TRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 10 .280.No. Transco of A. A.O. (Per-Addl.) Ms.per month vide notification published in the A.239. 4) These orders are issued with the concurrence of the Director (Finance). (P&G. 2) The Commissioner of Labour.per month which would be equivalent to the monthly wages of a skilled worker as per the notification of the Commissioner of Labour.No.No.O.P. 1st cited.P.400/. AP.Per)-Addl. Secy.P. 2) T. *** In the T.P. Ltd.No. Directs that the Chairman and Managing Director. the Transco of A. ELECTRICITY – Transco of Andhra Pradesh Limited – Terms and conditions of the appointment of Chairman and Managing Director and Directors of Transco of Andhra Pradesh Limited – Enhancement of Telephone Operator Allowance and Security Guard Allowance – Orders – Issued. Secy. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR. 3) After careful consideration.O. Joint Managing Directors and all Directors (whole time) of A.) Ms.O.3. (Per-Addl.400/.O.202. It is also ordered that the persons engaged by the Directors in this connection will have no direct or indirect relationship with the Transco for all purposes. Secy. Transco shall be paid ‘Telephone Operator Allowance’ and ‘Security Guard Allowance’ each at an enhanced rate of Rs. Dt: 27-8-99. Gazette No.29 Dt: 22-4-2003 Read the following:- 1) T.O.O.(Rupees three thousand and four hundred only) per month with effect from 1st April.P.746/D(F)/03.O. Ltd.365.P. has revised the rates of wages in respect of skilled workers and fixed at Rs.. Published in the A. dt:22-4-1998. vide U.3. T.

) M.02 2. The other conditions mentioned in the T.O.O.) M. Secy. Secy.S. T.T.12.39 Ref: 1.1st & 2nd cited Certain guidelines were issued for absorption of the services of employees on transfer from one company to another company. 1st cited.S.O.orders – Issued. (Per-Addl.TRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR Dated: 30. namely:(d) The absorption of services of an employee shall be considered in the category or grade in a class of service in which the candidate is allotted in the option process to a company to an equivalent category or grade in a class of the same service or different services but not in promotional category subject to the condition that (1) The employee forfeits his/her lien and seniority on a permanent or officiating post in the category or grade in the class of the service in the company to which he/she belongs and accepts last rank in the seniority fixed for that category or grade in the class of service or different service in the other company with reference to the date of his / her appointment in the latter (transferee) company.04.APTRANSCO – Absorption of Services of employees on transfer from one company to another company – Certain Guidelines – Amendment .O. Dated. The APTRANSCO after careful consideration issues the following amendment to existing item (d) of para 3 of the T. the following shall be substituted. (Per-Addl. Some of the employees Associations/Unions have represented on the above guidelines.O.01. Secy.. 1st Cited.) M.No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD ABSTRACT APED.S.O. shall stand unaltered.O.O. Dated. 1st & 2nd cited.03 *** ORDER: In the T.No.O.O. (Per-Addl.282.O.2003 Read the following:- (2) 11 . AMENDMENT For the existing item (d) in para 3 of the T.29.O.244.T. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR / AP.13.O.No.O.

V. APTransco and Discoms. and introduced vendor registration system in order to eliminate avoidable delays in procurement of the materials. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 12 . Distribution. the Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited. To prepare a procurement manual based on the above exercise for TRANSCO and DISCOMs. 4-11-89 ORDER: Dt. Raju.O. V. 6. Consequent to the reorganization of APSEB into APGenco. the erstwhile APSEB laid down procedures for procurement of materials from manufacturers who are registered with the Board.No.CE (DFID&APL)/Ms. approves the Purchase Manual annexed to this order for implementation with immediate effect. has submitted the Purchase Manual after deliberations with all the concerned. In the reference second read above. 19-9-89 2) BPM2. 2. 5. in modification of the orders issued vide references (1) & (2) cited. Accordingly Sri K. T.No. To suggest delegation of powers for procurement.) as Consultant for development of Procurement Manual with the following terms of reference.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD ABSTRACT Transco – Manual for Purchase of Materials through Internal resources .1025. Dt. To suggest procurement procedures or guidelines that will ensure maximum transparency and will be based on best practices in other institutions of state/country.No. Accordingly. 4. Raju. The Manual was discussed in the Board of Directors meetings of APTransco held on 12-12-02. The Center for Good Governance engaged Sri K. After careful examination.49 1) BPM1. duly considering the items listed under Para (4) above. 7. 2812-02 and in the informal Board meeting held on 16-4-03.16-5-0203 Read the following:- 1. 3. AP Transco requested the Center for Good Governance. it was felt desirable to evolve a revised system for procurement of materials to suit to the new setup. AP to assist in development of procurement manual for Transco and Discoms.approved – Reg.1168. the erstwhile APSEB approved the general financial terms and conditions applicable to all Chief Engineers for purchase of materials required for Rural Electrification. Transmission and other purchase of similar nature of works. i) ii) iii) iv) To review current procurement procedures in APTRANSCO and DISCOMs. Dt. Chief Engineer (Retd. In the reference first read above.

TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD ABSTRACT APTRANSCO – Reconstitution of Stores Purchase Committee .O. Proceedings: Dt. T.V. & RA) Commissioner of Industries/his nominee Board of whole time Directors and Commissioner of Industries/his nominee Stores Purchase Committee-2 for purchase of materials and awarding of contracts above Rs. Plg.CEE (DFID & APL) Ms.16-5-2003 approved the Purchase Manual for implementation with immediate effect.) of APTRANSCO as a Consultant for development of Purchase Manual for APTRANSCO and Discoms. 28-12-02 and in the informal board Meeting held on 16-4-2003.O. 49 Dt. & RA) Director (Finance & Revenue) Director (Concerned) Director (Projects/Transmission) Director (C&C) Commissioner of Industries/his nominee Chairman Member Member Member Member Member 13 . The Manual provides constitution of a 3 Tier Committee for purchase of various items and for award of contracts as follows.modified orders issued – Reg.O. Sri K V Raju finalized the Manual and the same was discussed in the Board Directors Meeting held on 12-12-02. AP Transco Vide T.13-6-2001. 50 APTRANSCO Proceedings No.60-2001 Dt. 100 lakhs and upto Rs. No.100 lakhs and upto Rs. Plg. Raju chief Engineer (Retd. 500 lakhs) Members Director (Concerned) Director (Projects/Transmission) Director (C&C) Director (Finance & Revenue) JMD (HRD. CEE (DFID & APL) Ms.17-5-2003 Read the following: - The Centre for Good Governance engaged Sri K. Purchase Committee Stores Purchase Committee-1 For purchase of materials/ awarding of contracts above Rs. 500 lakhs) JMD (HRD. 500 lakhs) APTRANSCO in supercession of the orders issued in the reference cited above reconstitute the Stores Purchase Committee as indicated below to consider the tender proposals for purchase/awarding contracts. No. Stores Purchase Committee-1 (for purchase of materials/awarding of contracts above Rs.O.

500 lakhs) Chairman & Managing Director JMD (HRD.Stores Purchase Committee-2 (for purchase of materials/awarding of contracts above Rs. & RA) JMD (Vigilance) Director (Finance & Rev. Plg. Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Member Member The order shall come into force with immediate effect. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 14 .) Director (Concerned) Director (Projects/Transmission) Director (C&C) Commissioner of Industries/his nominee CMDs of 4 Discoms are the Members of Stores Purchase Committee for Discom related Purchases.

Dt. T.or above shall be allowed Rs. Employees in the scale of Pay of Rs. 25-11-2002.O. G. Rest of the above.3100/(b) Grade-II Rs. Finance & Planning (FW. 229. Rules and Notes (1) and (2) there under shall continue to apply. incase they are wholly dependent on the employee.A. Read the following:- T. 28-3-2000. 2.T. the Government of A.P. 28-3-2000 in respect of the employees of AP Transco. After careful consideration. No. No. payment of the packing and unpacking charges.24.1.24.O. Dated.) Rules – Revised – Orders – Issued. Dt.Ms.2. The applicable Transfer Travelling Allowance rates in respect of employees of AP Transco are given below: Dependent parents of Class-I and Class-II employees: The definition of “Family” in Clause (iii) of Rule 2 of the A.No.765-575-16640-645-19865-715-20580 and above.24. “Family” shall include their parents also. 28-3-2000. ORDER: Dated: 19-5-2003.2.Ms. *** In the G. 52 1.No.(GM-(IR)-Per) Ms.O. i) Packing and unpacking charges: In the case of transfer outside the State. the Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited hereby issues the revised orders of Transfer Travelling Allowance Rules of G.13. 2.T.500/- However.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD-82.O.O. have issued revised orders in respect of Transfer Travelling Allowance to their employees viz.17.8755-360-9115-430-11265-500-13765-575-14340 and above.200/(c) Grade-III Rs. 1.TA) Department. the employees shall be eligible for the following charges: (a) Grade-I Rs.350/- 15 .O.No. However in the case of Class-I and Class-II employees.Ms. ABSTRACT ALLOWANCES – Transfer Travelling Allowance (T.A. This will apply only for Transfer Travelling Allowance. Disturbance Allowance or Lumpsum Transfer Grant and the Rates of mileage on transfer. Finance & Planning (FW. incumbents drawing pay of Rs. (GM (IR)-Per) Ms.TA) Department.O. The classification of the employees into grades and correspondence scale of pay shall be applicable as indicated below : Grades Employees in the Scale of Pay GRADE-I GRADE-II GRADE-III Employees in the scale of Pay of Rs.930/. Dated.P. 3.

1500/Note : This is a one time payment. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A. 7. the employees shall be eligible for the following charges: (a) Grade-I Rs. Rs. (b) Grade-II Rs. incumbents drawing pay of Rs.175/.25 per K. In the case of transfer.No. Further for admitting the claims for Transport of personnel effects.3700/(c) Grade-III Rs. LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 16 . shall be allowed Rs.75/.52. the rules laid down in the B. Rates of mileage The rates of mileage shall be as follows : (a) Grade-I Rs. These orders issued with the concurrence of Director (Finance) vide U.25 per K. The claims already admitted and settled need not be reopened Claims which are not preferred but are pending shall be admitted in audit in accordance with the above orders. (c) Grade-III Rs.No. following charges : (a) Grade-I (b) Grade-II (c) Grade-III within the Zone in the State. (P&G-Per)Ms. Rs. Disturbance Allowance or Lumpsum Transfer Grant: In the case of transfer to Delhi and places outside the State the employees shall be eligible for the following amounts as Disturbance Allowance: (a) Grade-I Rs.2. iii) II. 11-5-1992 shall be allowed.M. (c) Grade-III Rs. the employees shall be eligible. within the State.110/. Dt.17.150/. (b) Grade-II Rs. 4.6500/(b) Grade-II Rs.M.350/. Dt: 21-4-2003.at each end. but outside the Zone.or above. the Rs.at each end.50 per K.225/.ii) In the case of transfer.2.M.5500/However. III.P. These orders shall come into force with immediate effect.O.at each end.930/.at each end.at each end.P.869/D(F)/03.3.at each end. 6. 5.

In view of the increase in expenditure on Vehicles. 75 Proceedings: Dated. TRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 17 .O. No. AP Transco decided to constitute a committee consisting of the following members for examining the requirement of vehicles for the officers depending upon their duties.P.TRANSCO – Constitution of the committee to examine the requirements of vehicles and fix the norms for allotment / Providing of Vehicles for various field officers –Orders–Issued. T.. DIRECTOR (FINANCE & REVENUE) 3. JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD.P. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE A. 1. DIRECTOR (PROJECTS) 4. Plg & RA) 2. responsibilities and Jurisdiction etc.O.(CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. duly fixing up the norms for allotment.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA:: HYDERABAD ABSTRACT VEHICLE-CELL – A.: 13-6-2003 Read the following:- Proposals are being submitted by the field officers towards hiring of vehicles for according sanction from AP Transco. DIRECTOR (TRANSMISSION & GRID OPERATION) The committee may consult or invite any official to assist the committee in its task and furnish the recommendations to APTRANSCO for consideration.

worth Rs.E/B.O.. 6) Before joining training he should produce the following documents in original for verification along with one more set of copies of certificates to the General Manager (Personnel)/APTRANSCO.No. 3) The candidate will be governed by the rules and regulations applicable or as framed by the APTRANSCO and as amended from time to time. and the employees Associations are not applicable to the candidate and he shall at no stage be entitled to claim any right whatsoever arising out of the said Tripartite Agreements. T./M. Vidyut Soudha. The Tripartite Agreements entered into between the APSEB. He shall submit an undertaking in the format enclosed herewith and acceptance of his joining report is subject to the submission of the afore-said undertaking.E/M.P. Sri Ch. Venu Gopal (OC) Aplication No.H(Orthopaedic) – Orders – Issued. Tech.. To execute a bond on non-judicial stamp paper. Govt. Documentary evidence of Orthopedically Handicapped Certificate issued by District Medical Board. SSC/HSC etc. Hyderabad on or before 30/06/2003 The original certificates will be retained until the agreement period is over. increment.) is provisional and liable for termination at any time without notice and without assigning any reasons. The attestation form enclosed in quadruplicate (4 sets) duly filled in by the candidate. Tech as reported in his application for appointment. He will not be admitted for training without producing original certificates. 4) Sri Ch. Documentary evidence of age viz. Hyderabad at a later date.).10405-430-11265-500-13765-575-16065 with usual allowances admissible from time to time. After satisfactory completion of one year training period. 2) The selection as Trainee Assistant Engineer(Elecl. He shall undergo on-job training at the place of posting ordered. i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) Documentary evidence of Educational Qualifications viz.O. leave. 5) He is informed that the period of training will count for the purpose of probation. ABSTRACT Establishment – APTRANSCO – Engineering Service – Limited Recruitment – Filling up of Backlog vacancy of Assistant Engineer (Elecl. (Per-GM) Ms. of A. Employment Exchange Registration Card.) – Reserved for P.110/-(Rupees One hundred and 18 .) is posted to Chief Engineer/ TL&SS/Visakhapatnam.80 ORDER: Date: 16-06-2003. the candidate will be considered for appointment as Assistant Engineer (Elecl. Erragadda. B.) in the time scale of pay of Rs. He will be called for modular training at CTI. 126 is selected provisionally by the Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited for appointment as Trainee Assistant Engineer (Elecl.Venu Gopal appointed as Trainee Assistant Engineer(Elecl. Physical Fitness Certificate issued by a Medical Officer of the rank not less than that of Civil Surgeon in the proforma enclosed.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD-82.

i.10. Degree Certificate and Date of Birth Certificate. he shall refund to the Corporation the amount of gross salary received by him plus Rs. viii) If the candidate leaves the Corporation’s service during the period of training. he shall pay to the Corporation an amount of Rs. ix) 7) The appointment now ordered is subject to the following conditions:a) b) The appointment is subject to verification of character and antecedents.000/. the above appointment order as Trainee Assistant Engineer (Elecl) shall be cancelled without further notice.D drawn in favour of Pay Officer.20. No extension of time shall be granted to report for training..(Rupees Twenty Thousand only) by way of liquidated damages.e. If he does not report for duty himself for training with-in 15 days from the date of verification of original certificates. in case of appointment on regular basis. If any adverse report is received in the said verification. If the candidate leaves the Corporation’s service during the bond period.000/.10. APTRANSCO Ltd. If the candidate desires to take back the original certificates. PLG & RA) 19 . he shall deposit an amount of Rs.. through controlling officer which shall be refunded on redepositing the said certificates with the APTRANSCO Limited.(Rupees ten thousand only) by way of D. Specimen form for items v. The candidate appointed as Trainee Assistant Engineer shall work wherever he is posted and no request for change of posting will be entertained.ten only) to the effect that he will serve the CORPORATION for a minimum period of 5 years in addition to training period.000/. vi and vii is enclosed. his services are liable for termination without notice. c) d) e) (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED) DINESH KUMAR JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD.(Rupees Ten Thousand only) by way of liquidated damages.

2003 G.O. 24. Joint Managing Director (HRD. Plg & RA) of AP. T. JMD (Vigilance) RA. Transco are re-allocated as follows: Sl.O. (Per-GM/P) Ms. 3.O.S. 4..O.Rt. Joint Managing Director (HRD. Rt.. 2. ABSTRACT Estt .6. P.7. Durga Prasad. 87 1. 27. Dt. Plg & RA)/A. Dt. No.. 05. & IT . (ACS) Ms.APTRANSCO Re-allocation of subjects under the control of Sri Dinesh Kumar. Secretary GH (IR) SE/Enquiries Estate Officer CE/Comml. 3. J.2003 *** i) Sri K. 85.O. orders were issued that Sri Dinesh Kumar.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD .82.2003 G. Chairman & Managing Director/APCPDCL who is proceeding to pursue Edward Mason Program in Public policy & Management at Harvard University. CE/Plg . Pandurangam Director (Projects) iii) Sri.K. Plg. 27. 2862.6. No.2002 G.O.O. ORDER: In G. Dt.O. No. Transco as Chairman & Managing Director/APCPDCL/Hyderabad in place of Sri T.2003 Read the following:- T. Dt. USA.O. GM (Per) Addl. Joint Managing Director/Directors Subjects Functional Heads & Others CE/RAC & Reforms CE/IPC CE/Plg & Trg.M. Director ( C & C) MIS & Planning (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR. In T. Dt. 5th cited. Prasad. General Administration (Special-A) Dept.to the extent of Planning. No. 5.2003 T. Rt.O. The subjects hitherto under the control of Sri Dinesh Kumar.O. Gandhi.Sec) Ms. 2.P. Joint Managing Director (HRD. Energy (Power-III) Dept. AP. No. No. Joint Managing Director (HRD). & RA) to other Directors-Orders Issued.to the extent of IT. NO. TRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 20 .6.-to the extent of Training.O. 24.V. 240. 2863.12. 3rd and 4th cited orders were issued transferring and appointing Sri Dinesh Kumar. Reforms & IPPs (IPC wing) Training & HRD ii) Sri. 77. Plg & RA) shall get himself relieved as Joint Managing Director and take charge as Chairman & Managing Director/APCPDCL. (Per-Addl. 2.6.V.N. General Administration (Special-A) Dept. Dt.

252.2002 In the reference (1) st cited.2002 2.O. Dt.O.03.O.O. (Personnel Services) T.Approval accorded.graded as Senior Accounts Officer (SAO) and diverted to the control of SE/TLC/ Hyderabad. existing in the Accounts wing/Vidyut Soudha shall be down . APTRANSCOapproves the recommendations and accordingly issues the following orders. 7. . ii) The post of Senior Accounts Officer (SAO). i) The post of Consultant/Resources (equivalent to FA & CCA). Dt. ABASTRACT Estt. T. 2. shall be diverted to the filed Circles/Zones as indicated below. No. (Per-GM/P) Ms. No. No.82.O. Accounts Officer under SE/TLC/Vijayawada shall be diverted to the control of CE/TL&SS/Visakhapatnam. After careful consideration of the recommendations of the Account Committee. and last continued in the ref. 308. The committee has submitted its report identifying the certain posts as surplus and recommended for utilization in various wings at HQs and field. a committee was constituted to review the cadre strength and to identify surplus surplus posts / staff in Accounts wing. (Per-GM/P) Rt. T. 21. 6. 5.No. 8. 4. (Per-GM/P) Ms. shall be diverted to the control of SE/TLC/Rajahmundry. constituted to identify surplus staff/ posts in Accounts wing. existing in DFID wing under the control of CE/ DFID&APL. 90 1.12. 06. (2)nd cited. Date: 02-07-2003 Read the following:- S.O.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA: HYDERABAD .APTRANSCO-Recommendations of the Accounts Committee. 2. iii) The existing vacant post of Account Officer (Special Officer / Customs) in Accounts Wing/Vidyut Soudha shall be diverted to the control of SE/TLC/Vijayawada and the existing post of Asst. 3. of posts 1. Name of the Circle/Zone No. iv) The 15 no’s vacant posts of LDCs existing in Accounts wing/Vidyut Soudha. CE/TL&SS/Visakhapatnam CE/TL&SS/Vijayawada SE/TL&SS/Hyderabad SE/TL&SS/Nizamabad SE/TL&SS/Karimnagar SE/TL&SS/Nalgonda SE/TL&SS/Kurnool SE/TL&SS/Vijayawada 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 .

3.No.e. 11. The CE/DFID&APL shall direct them to report to FA&CCA (R&A) for utilization in Accounts wing. Name of the Circle/Zone No. 13.S. RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 22 . of posts 9. 12. 14. provided by private agencies and working in DFID&APL. SE/TL&SS/Rajahmundry SE/TLC/Vijaywada SE/TLC/Nellore SE/TLC/Warangal SE/Telecom/Vijayawada SE/Telecom/Cuddapah 1 1 1 1 1 1 v) The services of four Data Entry Operators. The incumbents against the posts downgraded/diverted herein shall be eligible to draw the usual scales of pay and allowances admissible at the place of their duty as per rules in vogue. 01-07-2003 and the FA&CCA (R&A)/APTRANSCO is authorized to re-deploy the Operators depending on the requirement in Vidyut Soudha.f. shall be unlized in the Accounts wing w. 10.

Limited is hereby directs that the Assistant.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD .C. Typist and Steno-typists in Accounts Service shall be required to pass the following tests noted against each categroy for Promotion. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms.P.O. 4. Assistantcum-Computer Operator. (P&G-Per) Ms. ABSTRACT TRANSCO OF A.P. No.Passing of tests orders . the Transco of A.I Government Technical examination in Accountancy by Lower grade. 23-10-1994. Assistant-cum-Computer operator. 23 .C. No. (P&G-Per) Ms. No.D.D. M. Memo. T. Acts and Boards Regulations Test. Typists and Steno-typists in P & G service and L.Per) Ms. Typists and Steno-typists in Accounts Service shall be required to pass the following tests noted against each during the period of their probation and promotion. VI/142-z(1) / 94-1. 19-3-1994. 29-1-1994. *** 1 Accounts serive : LDC / Typist / Steono-typist Nil Accounts test for sub-ordinate Officers Part .O.D. orders were issued that the Assistant. Typists and Steno-typists in Accounts service ..C. 590.P. Typists and Steno-typists in P & G Service and L. 2 Test to be passed for‘ Declaration of porbation 3 Test to be passed for Promotion 4 B. 91 Dated: 4-7-2003 Read the following:1. No. Catetory of the post Test to be passed for Regularisation of service. Typist and Steno-Typist in P&G Service and L. P&G Service : Assistant / Assistant-cumComputer Operator / Typist/Steno-typist Nil Accounts test for sub-ordinate Officers Part-I 2. DS/DM. After careful consideration.P..C. ORDER: In the reference 4th cited.P&G Service and Accounts Service Regularisation of Services of Assistants.D. Assistant-cum-Computer Operator. No.Issued.. Dt. 10-4-2001. Dt. Typists and Steno-typists in P&G Service and L. Dt. T O O(GM(IR) .. LTD . 3. 537.82. Dt. 13. 2.

5. 4.Typist Nil Nil 1. 3.. Technical examination in Accountancy by Lower grade. Government. Accordingly.Catetory of the post 1 Accounts serive : LDC / Typist / Steono-typist Test to be passed for Regularisation of service. seperately. Necessary amendments to regulations will be issued. V. 2 Test to be passed for‘ Declaration of porbation 3 Tests to be passed for Promotion 4 Nil Nil 1. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSIONS CORPORATION OF A. Accounts Test for Sub-ordinate Officers Part-I 2.P. LIMITED) J. Acts and Board Regulations Test .I 2. PANDURANGAM DIRECTOR (PROJECTS) 24 . Accounts test for sub-ordinate Officers Part . the categories referred in para 2 above are eligible to draw annual grade increments during the probation period. P&G Service: Assistant / Assistant cum-Computer Opeator Typist / Steno . These orders shall come into force with immediate effect.

2-7-2003 Proceedings: In the reference 1st cited orders were issued reconstituting the Stores Purchase Committees to consider the tender proposals for purchase/awarding contracts. i) Stores Purchase Committee-I (for purchase of materials/awarding of contracts above Rs. issued orders reallocating the works hither to looked after by Sri Dinesh Kumar. 87. JMD (HRD. Dt. 500 lakhs) Chairman & Managing Director Joint Managing Director (Vigilance) Director (Finance & Revenue) Director (Concerned) Director (Projects/Transmission) Director (Commercial & Co ordination) Commissioner of Industries/ his nominee Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Member Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Dt.O.O. AP Transco. NO. 18-7-2003 Read the following:- 25 .O. T. Secy) Ms. 100 lakhs and upto Rs. PLG & PA) among other Directors of APTRANSCO consequent upon his transfer to APCPDCL as CMD.O. No. 111 1. No.O. 50. 3. 17-5-2003 2. 2.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO-Reconstitution of Stores Purchase Committees Modified Orders-Issued .2 (For purchase of materials/awarding of contracts above Rs. CEE (DFID&APL) Ms.O. T. T. in reference 2nd cited. 500 lakhs) Joint Managing Director (Vigilance) Director (Finance & Revenue) Director (Concerned) Director (Projects/Transmission) Director (Commercial & Co ordination) Commissioner of Industries/ his nominee ii) Stores Purchase Committee .CEE (DFID&APL) Ms. APTRANSCO in modification of the orders issued in the reference cited (I) above reconstitute the Stores Purchase Committee as indicated below to consider the tender proposals for Purchase/awarding contracts.Reg. Dt. (Per-Addl.

iii) Sub-committee of Stores Purchase Committee-2 Joint Managing Director (Vigilance) Director (Finance & Revenue) Director (Concerned) Director (Projects) Director (Transmission & Grid Operation) Member Member Member Member Member The above sub committee will vet the tender proposals before submission to Stores Purchase Committee-2 (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF AP TRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 26 .Chairman & Managing Director of 4 Discoms are the Members of Stores Purchase Committee for Discom Related Purchases.

e. except those employees whose salary/wages exceed Rs. Out of the employer share of contribution.02.f. Contract Labour and on compassionate grounds.f.Implementation of the provisions of the EPF & MP Act. 1956. All employees who were appointed and joined on or after 01. 6500/-P. 1995 and the balance shall be transferred to the Employees’ Account in addition to his own contribution of 12% to the scheme. The contribution @ 12% on Pay + DA shall be deducted every month from the salary/wages of the employee as employee’s contribution and equal share shall be contributed by the employer. 5. the AP Transco has been incorporated under the provisions of the companies act. 6500/. AP Transco . Accordingly. 3.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD 82 ABSTRACT Estt. the AP Transco issues the following orders:i. iv. The issue relating to the coverage of employees of AP Transco under the EPF & MP Act 1952 and EPF Scheme made there under w. 01. 01. The contributions @ 12% on pay + DA fallen due both in respect of the employees who were appointed and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 01. the matching contribution of employer shall be made restricting to the equivalent for the eligible employees drawing Rs. 6500/-PM.O.Issued. 114. v.02.02. 1952 made there under. to all the employees to whom it is statutorily applicable and who were appointed and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 01.(Pay + DA) PM upto 31.1999 and of the employer share of 27 . 8.1999 as mentioned in para 2 in the service of AP Transco and who are drawing salary/wages of Rs.05. 1952 and the Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme. 1952 w.06. it has been appointing number of employees in different cadres on its regular rolls.33% shall be transferred to the Pension Fund. These orders are not applicable to the employees whose salary/wages exceed Rs.O.e. No.02.f.1999 to those employees who were appointed as mentioned in para 2 and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 01.1999. Consequent upon the formation of the AP Transco under the EPF & MP Act 1952 and EPF Scheme w.1999.e. by absorption of Ex-Casual Labour.M. who are statutority covered under the Act/Scheme shall be brought under the purview of the EPF & MP Act. (GM(IR) .1999 or from the date of their joining in the service of AP Transco.2001 and Rs. 1952 and the Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme. iii. In respect of employees who are statutorily covered under the act and who draw more than Rs. vi. 1998 (Andhra Pradesh Act No 30 of 1998). the AP Transco has since decided to implement the provisions of the EPF & MP Act. 6500/-pm (pay +DA) subsequently. 01. 4.02.Orders .02. T. ii. has been engaging the attention of the Corporation for quite some time past. After careful consideration.2001. 2. as the case may be.(Pay + DA) PM from 01.02. 1952 to the employees of AP Transco who were appointed and joined on or after 01-02-1999 .Per) Ms. 5000/. 23-07-2003 Pursuant to the enactment of the Andhra Pradesh Electricity Reform Act. VEWs. ORDER: Dt. 6500/-PM.1999. The persons who are appointed by APTRANSCO on consolidated pay shall also be brought under the purview of the EPF & MP Act 1952. 1952 and the Employees Provident Funds Scheme.

f. 1976@ 0. In respect of employees who are appointed and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 01. (Pay + DA) the following contributions/charges shall also be required to be paid by the employer and these contributions shall not be recovered from the employee. The employer’s contributions shall not be recovered from the employee. (Pay+DA) and c.e.e. A separate LOC for the above contributions shall be applied every month and the amount shall be paid to the respective RPF Commissioner with in the statutory limit of 15 days of the close of every month by separate bank drafts or cheques.2003 shall be regularly remitted to the respective of RPF. Each contribution shall be calculated to the nearest rupee (50 paise or more shall be rounded off to the next higher rupee and fraction of a rupee less than 50 paise shall be ignored. as the A. explaining the circumstances under which the remittances in time.08. a monthly abstract in such form as the RPF Commissioner may specify showing the aggregate amount of recoveries made from the wages of all the employees and the aggregate amount contributed by the employer in respect of all such employees for the month. Apart from the employer’s contribution of 12% of the salary/ wages i. xiii.2001 in 28 . Administrative Charges @ 1. As all these employees are brought under the purview of EPF Scheme. a.e.50% on the total salary/wages i. if any. 1995 in force. 01. the GPF contributions in respect of these employees should not be recovered w. 5000/. Employees Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme.contribution @ 12% upto 30. The penal interest or damages.02. who will extend the benefits derived there under to the dependents of the deceased as per the provisions of Pension Scheme.6500/ (Pay +DA) PM from 01. as they were brought under the EPF Scheme. The employees who were appointed and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 01. The modalities relating to recover of the arrears of EPF contributions paid by the employer on behalf of employees from the date of joining and upto 30. (Pay + DA) under the scheme w.06.f. payable for the delayed remittances in respect of employees statutorily covered under the scheme will be represented to the concerned authorities for waiver as per law.e. ix. the arrears of contributions payable by the employee from the date of their joining and upto 30.06.2001 and Rs. Commissioner.02.2003 shall be calculated by the respective Pay Drawing and Disbursing Officers and shall remit to the RPF Commissioner. The pay Drawing Officer shall forward to the RPF Commissioner with in 25 days of close of the month. The Pay Drawing Officer shall not under any circumstances deposit the PF dues after the statutory date of 15th of the next month. Transco would be incurred penalty for rate remittances of PF dues. vii. xii. Administrative Charges @ 0. viii.e.1999 and who were allotted with GPF account and contributins made by these employees towarda GPF shall be adjusted towards employees contribution to EPF Scheme for being deposited with RPF Commissioner and the balance amount of 12% shall however be recovered from them in suitable monthly installments separately as mentioned in Item (v) above.08.2003. (Pay + DA) towards EDLI Scheme. AP having Jurisdiction. x.06.) xi.e. and the same shall be recovered from the pay of the employees in suitable installments.01% on the total salary/wages i.(Pay +DA) PM upto 31. could not be made.10% on the total salary/wages i. the contributions fell due in respect of such deceased employees together with the contributions required to be made by the employer shall be calculated and paid by the concerned Pay Drawing and Disbursing Officers to the respective RPF Commissioner.2003 will be communicated in due course.07. 01. (Pay+DA) b.e.2003. shall be paid by the employer in the first instance as per Para-30 of the scheme on behalf of the employees also.05. The contributions payable by the employer plus an equal contribution payable by the employee @ 12% of the salary / wages i.1999 and who died while in service before adoption of the EPF Scheme.P. However. All the CEs/SEs/DEs/EEs are requested to furnish two separate lists of the employees drawing salary/wages of Rs.

xv. Register) Date of Joinining in the service of AP Transco on or after 01. The Dy.07. 1952 and the employees Provident Funds Scheme.the service of AP Transco on or after 01.02. Dt.1999 Salary/ Wages (Basic+DA) xiv. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF AP TRANSCO LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 29 .1999 month to month basis upto 31.5 above and report compliance immediately.08. All the Chief Engineers / Superintending Engineers/ Divisional Engineers / Executive Engineers are requested to take action as indicated in para .07. The sub .02.code numbers to all constituent units shall be obtained by the respective unit officers from the competent Provident Fund Authority having Jurisdiction duly submitting list of employees.2003. The Dy. This order issued with the concurrence of Director (F&R)/ AP Transco vide No. so as to enable the Dy.code number is received the Pay Drawing and Disbursing Officers shall deposit the contributions so recovered from the Pay + DA of the employees together with the employer’s contributions at the rates prescribed under the provisions of the EPF and MP Act. 1952. CCA (Accounts) shall also take all necessary steps for issuing working instructions immediately. CCA (Accounts) shall take immediate action to obtain EPF Code number for AP Transco. 1665/D (F)/03.2003 along with the following particulars. the sub . The receipt of this order should be acknowledged immediately. Name of the employee (As per Service Register) Father’s Name (As per Service Register) Date of Birth (As per Ser. CCA (Accounts) to obtain EPF code number for AP Transco and sub .No.code numbers to its all constituent Units on top priority and this information should reach at any cost latest by 21.2003. S. as the case may be. Once the EPF Code number or. 18.

O. P.Transfer Services of employees from one company to another company on deputation basis . sanction of leave etc. No. 4. the AP Transco has issued certain guidelines for transfer of employees of AP.2003 Read the following:- 1) GO. Dt. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR. release of increments. No. sanction of leave etc. (Per-Addl. release of increments.07.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA . Secy. ABSTRACT APTRANSCO .HYDERABAD . (P & G-Per) Ms.P.II) Department.) Ms.2003.04.O. it is hereby ordered that the Service matters such as fixation of pay. Secy. 2.O.82. Transco on foreign service to DISCOMS and APGENCO and vice versa on deputation.O. 10.) Ms.O. 24. Dt. 3rd cited shall be dealt with by the officer concerned in the jurisdiction of the deputation company instead of parent company. 2) B. basis subject to certain conditions mentioned therein.O. Dt. No.No. ORDER: 1) In T. (Per-Addl. Further it is ordered that the Service Registers of such employees shall be forwarded to the officer concerned of the respective company where the employee has joined on deputation for further maintenance of the Service Register during the period of deputation. 279. T. TRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 30 . 3rd cited.Guidelines .issued.P. A. 115 Dt.FR.O. 3) The matter has been examined and after careful consideration.. 3) T. in respect of employees working on deputation vide T. 22-01-1993 of Finance and Planning (FW. 27-01.Maintenance of Service Registers .1994. 2) It has been brought to the notice of AP Transco that the Service Registers of those employees working on deputation as per the above orders are being maintained in their respective parent company which causes much delay in fixation of pay.O.

3. 31-7-2003. Director (Projects). Joint Managing Director (Vigilance & RAC) Director (Financing & Revenue) Director (HRD & Projects) Director (Transmission of & Grid operation) The committee may consult or invite any official to assist the committee in its task and furnish the recommendations to AP TRANSCO for consideration.Issued. 13-6-2003. Plg. AP Transco. T. for allotment/providing of vehicles for various field officers. 117 Dt. 2. No.O. & RA). Dated. LIMITED ABSTRACT VEHICLE . issued orders reallocating the works hither to looked after by Sri Dinesh Kumar. Secy) Ms. 2-7-03.P. NO. No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A.. & RA) among other Director of AP TRANSCO consequent upon his transfer to APCPDCL as CMD.O. (CEE/DFID&APL) Ms.AP TRANSCO .Reconstitution of Committees to examine the requirement of vehicles and for fixation of norms for allotment / providing of vehicles for various field officers .Modified . 2) T. 87. APTRANSCO in modification of the orders issued in the reference cited (1) above reconstitute the above Committee as indicated below to examine the requirement of vehicles and for fixation of norms.O. (Per-Addl. Director (Finance & Revenue). (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 31 .O.CELL . 75.O. Read the following:- Ref: 1) T.O. Plg.CEE (DFID&APL)/Ms. Proceedings: In the reference 1st cited. in reference 2nd cited. Dated. orders were issued constituting a Committee consisting of Joint Managing Director (HRD. Director (Transmission & Grid operation) for examining the requirement of vehicles for the officers and for fixation of norms or allotment/ providing of vehicles for various field officers. JMD (HRD.Orders .

Dt. 123 Dated. 1798/D(F)/03. No.Issued.PENSIONS . 2. (BY ORDER AND THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A.I) Dept. Dt. ABSTRACT APTRANSCO . 240. (i.O. T. Ms.P.I) Dept. *** ORDER: After careful consideration. These orders shall come into force with effect from the date issue of G. Finance & Planning (FW. (P&G-Per) Ms.O. No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD-82. Ms. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. Nos.O.O. G. Finance & Planning (FW. 5-8-2003.P. These orders issued with concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue) vide U. the Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited hereby directs to adopt the orders issued in G. 240. 1-6-1994 (copy enclosed) for the benefit of the employees of AP Transco.. Dt.PEN. 12-8-2003.e) 1-6-1994. B. NO. 478. 30-01-1991. 1980 . Read the following:- 1.AMENDEMENT to Sub-rule (5) of Rule 50 of Andhra Pradesh Revised pension Rules. Dt. 1-6-1994. No.O.PEN.Orders .. LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 32 .O.

public grievances and pensions. The Government of India. 1980. 1972 be dispensed with and the family pension for life to the disabled and crippled children of deceased Government employees was extended by the Government of India even though the disability occurred or manifested even after retirement/death of a Government employee. 19-2-1990 of the Ministry of personnel.GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT PENSION .1) Department. & Plg.1/80/89-P&PW(C).Ms. 20-2-1984.No.Amendment to sub-rule (5) of Rule 50 of the Andhra Pradesh revised Pension Rules 1980 Orders . G. Office Memorandum No. Dated. (FW-Pen. 1-6-1994 Read the following:1. Department of pension and pensioners Welfare.O.Issued.1) DEPARTMENT G. namely:- 33 . FINANCE & PLANNING (F. if they are suffering from any disorder or disability of mind or is physically crippled or disorder or disability of mind or is physically crippled or disabled so as to render him or her unable to earn a living even after attaining the age of 21 years in the case of son and 25 years in the case of a daughter for life time among other things subject to the condition that the disability which manifests itself before the retirement or death of Government servant while in service shall only be taken into account for the purpose of grant of family pension under the above said subrule. Govt. therefore. The following notification will.52.Ms. in their office memorandum 2nd read above issued orders to the effect that the requirement of manifestation of the disability before the retirement/death in harness of a Government Servant as a pre-condition for the grant of life time family pension as stipulated in explanation (C) under Rule 54 (6) of the Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules. ORDER: In the reference first read above. Notification In exercise of the powers conferred by the provision to Article 309 of the Constitution of India. (a) For clause (ii) the following shall be substituted. Fin. Amendment In rule 50 of the said rules in sub-rule (5).No.240 DATED. of India. Dated. rule 50(5) of the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules has been amended extending the family pension to the son or daughter of a government servant. PEN. W. In view of the above. the Government of Andhra Pradesh have now decided to adopt the above orders of Government of India from the date of issue of these orders including past cases. the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following amendments to the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules. be published in the Andhra Pradesh Gazette. 2. in item under the proviso.O.

” (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) A."(ii) If there are more than one such child suffering from disorder or disability of mind or who are physically crippled or disabled. the family pension shall be paid in the order of their births and younger of them will get the family pension only after the elder next above him/her ceases to be eligible. Provided that where the family pension is payable to such twin children it shall be paid in the manner set out in item (ii). R. (b) in the explanation there under. JAYA PRAKASH SPECIAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 34 . paragraph (a) shall be omitted. The benefit of family pension to physically crippled or mentally disabled children however is only admissible in respect of Government employees who are entitled to family pension under this rule or under the rules specified in Part-II of these rules.

s Wife 5. Daughters’s Daughters 18. Father’s Mother 8. Brother (including Step Brother) 20. V. the Transco of AP Limited. Mother (including Step Mother) 3. Sons's Son 11. (GM (IR)-PER) MS.E. Son’s wife’s Father( ) (and their siblings) 24. Sister’ Husband 23. Daughters’s Son 16.P. Daughters’s Husband’s Mother( ) (and their siblings) (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A. Mothers’s Father 10. Brother's Wife 21. AMENDMENT Add the following the “List of Relatives” under Sub-clause refferred as (XVIII) under the main Heading of Regulations 4 of /Misconduct of the said Regulations:- LIST OF RElATIVES 1.P.P. NO.E. LIMITED) J. 23-8-2003. hereby issues the following Amendment to the A. Son’s Son’s Wife 12. Daughters’s Husband’s( ) Father 26. Daughters (including Step Daughters) 6. In exercise of the Powers conferred by Clause (C) of Section Electricity Supply Act 1948 read with Clause (v) of Sub-section of section 56 of the A.B Employees Revised Conduct Regulations. Father 2. Board Employees Revised Conduct Sections and Discipline & Appeal Regulations Orders-Issued.82 Abstract Sections . Electricity Reforms Act 1998. 129 *** ORDER: DATED. Son’s Daughters’s 13. PANDURANGAM DIRECTOR (HRD & PROJECTS) 35 . Son’s Wife’s Mother( ) 25. Daughters’s husband 15.S.S.Amendment to A. Sister (including Step Sister) 22.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED Vidyut Soudha :: Hyderabad . Son. Mother’s Mother 9. Son (Including Step Son) 4. Daughters’s Daughters’s Husband 19.P. Father’s Father 7. Son’s Daughters’s Husband 14. Daughters’s Son’s wife 17.

T.. The matter has been reviewed with reference to the Orders issued in AP Electricity Reforms (Transfer Scheme) Rules. 1. Secy.APTRANSCO .O.O. 13-12-2002. No.82 ABASTRACT HRD . AMENDEMENT The following guidelines shall be added as Item (f) in Para 3 to the Orders issued in the references cited. No.O. 29-01-2003.TRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 36 . APGENCO & DISCOMs. Addl.) M.Addl. f) “The absorption of services of an employee on transfer from one company to another company on request may be considered up to 31-01-2004 only “.Guidelines for stipulation of the time limit . Addl. No. No.O./ AS (HRD)/PO(HRD-II)/JPO-I/16/02 Dt. Secy. 3. 244 Dated. .O.2003 Read the following:- Ref.O. 02-06-2003. .Absorption of services of employees on transfer from one company to another company . (Per. T.08. 30-04-2003.. 282 Dated. and after careful consideration.Addl. T. (Per.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD . resulting requests for absorption to the other wings are likely to continue indefinitely. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF CHAIRPERSON AND MANAGING DIRECTOR/AP. referred to above.Addl. Secy. .) Ms. (Per. (Per. 39 Dated. Lr.O. Secy.Amendment issued. Secy. 1999.) Ms.s. No time unit has been stipulated in the T.O.) Ms. APTRANSCO issues the following. The other conditions in the references cited shall stand unaltered. No.O. 2. T.O. for giving individual representations by the employees allotted to APTRANSCO. 130 Dated.. : 23. *** ORDER: In the references cited certain guidelines were issued for absorption of the services of employee for transfer from one company to another company. 4.

Chairman . the date of issue of these orders.. for development.. CE/Telecom and FA&CCA (R&A). Annexure I..-GM/P) Rt. Dated: 01-09-2003 3. Secretary . functions of the suggestion committee etc..O. The Chairman of the Committee will have a term of one year and will be nominated by the Board by rotation.TRASMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD-082 ABSTRACT Estt .. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T. the AP Transco introduces the Employees Suggestion Scheme for the employees of AP Transco by encouraging them to make suggestions and rewarding them. CE/Transmission. CE/Commercial &IT CE/RAC&Reforms..APTRANSCO ..O. growth and improving performance of the Corporation... Annexure II (suggestion format) and Annexure .I (comprises of objective of the scheme.Issued. (Per... The employees Suggestion Committee shall function under the overall guidance/direction of the Chairman of the Committee... CE/DFID&APL.e...Constitution of a committee called “Suggestion Committee” to administer the Employees Suggestion Scheme . nature of suggestions.. approval is hereby accorded for constitution of a committee called “Suggestion Committee” with the following members to administer the Employees Suggestion Scheme in AP Transco. The Chairman.. procedure for submitting awards.).... the secretary and at least two CEs of the remaining members of the Suggestion Committee have to be necessarily present for the meeting to take place The suggestion Committee will meet once in a month..III (for office use only) appended for information 5. No. After careful consideration.. The suggestion Committee will start functioning w... Encl.. 2. Director (HRD & Projects) General Manager ( Personnel) CE/Operation. II & IIII RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 37 .. Members .. APTRANSCO also approves the Annexure .... 4. 147 ORDER: So as to exploit gainfully the creative potential of vast human resource...Orders ..f..

02-09-2003.TRASMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD-082 ABSTRACT Provision of cellular telephones under CUG to the field officers of APTRANSCO orders-Issued.Nokia (Model 33) handsets for providing to the aforesaid field officers @approximately Rs.O. The zonal Chief Engineers shall ensure that the deposits on such telephones are claimed and their concerned file is got closed in M/s. under plan 525 in VPN special package of M/s.25-08-2003. APTRANSCO hereby accords approval for provision of cellular telephones to five Chief Engineers (TL & SS).e.O. it is felt necessary to provide cellular telephones to the field officers of AP TRANSCO under a single Closed User Group (CUG). O&M/400 kV & Telecom).TTL the case may be A compliance report may be sent at the end of two months i. T. BSNL or M/s. The monthly bills on the cellular phones shall be limited ton Rs.138 ORDER: Dt. if any from the salary each individual officer towards payments made in excess of the prescribed limit. Engineers and Rs. BSNL on all the connections in each zone. RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN &MANAGING DIRECTOR 38 .1000/-for Divisional Engineers.No. is enclosed in the annexure.400kV& Telecom) and fifty Divisional Engineers (TL & SS.TLC. (CE-Telecom) Ms.O. APTRANSCO also accords sanction for an amount Rs. The paying officer is authorized to admit payment exceeding the prescribed limit and recover the difference between the actual bill and the prescribed limit from the succeeding month salary of the concerned officer.500/.No. A single bill would be raised by M/s. twenty five Supdt. Engineers (TL&SS). MRT.1046 /D (F) 2003. the officers will no more be eligible to continue the official land-line residential telephones which shall be got discon ected forthwith on surrender. In any case no superior officer is permitted to treat the payment exceeding the prescribed limit as official. The expenditure incurred on the other pay units but within the same zone shall regularized by raising accepting TDAs by the respective units.for Chief Engineers/ Supdt. 31-10-03. The paying officer whom raising TDA shall clearly indicate the amount to be recovered. Read the following:- In order to increase the availability of the field engineers for better maintenance of lines & sub-stations and to minimize their mean time to repair (MTTR). Consequent to the provision of cell phones.4.(Rupees three lakhs sixty thousand only) towards procurement of 80 N0s. Dt.by calling for quotations from Nokia priority dealers. 1.3. 2. This order is issued with the concurrence of Director (Finance& Revenue) U. BSNL Cell One network.60. After careful consideration of the proposals submitted by the CHIEF Engineer/Telecom.000/.1400/. The list of paying officers of respective zones on whom the bills would be served along with the zone-wise list of officers covered by cellular phone system.

Engineer/MRTTLC/Hyderabad. 26.&SS/Ramagundam Divisional. Engineer/TL. Engineer/MRT/TL&SS/Warangal Divisional. 3.&SS/Hyderabad Supdt. 13. Engineer/MRT/TL&SS/Nizambad Divisional.&SS/Warangal Supdt. Engineer/TL. 20. Chief Engineer/TL. Engineer/TLC/Warangal Supdt. 14. Engineer/O.&SS/400 KVSS Mamidipaly Divisional.Annexure S. Engineer/TL. 17. 16. 24. 19.&SS/Warangal Supdt. Engineer/TL&SS/Kadapa Supdt.&SS/Chandrayanagutta Divisional. 8.&SS/Erragadda Divisional. Engineer/TL.&M/400 KV/TL&SS/Manidipally Divisional.TLC/Warangal Chief Engineer/TL. 22.&SS/Nalgonda Supdt.&SS/Seetharampatnam Divisional. Engineer/TL. Engineer/MRT/Erragadda (Hyderabad Circle) Divisional. Engineer/TLC/Hyderabad Supdt. Engineer/TL.&SS/Kadapa Supdt. Engineer/TL.&SS/Nirmal Divisional. Engineer/TL. 1. 12. 2. Engineer/TL.&SS/Hyderabad Supdt. 11. Engineer/TL. 5.&SS/Warangal Divisional. Designation of the officer to whom cellular telephone would be provided Chief Engineer/TL. 21. 18. Engineer/MRT/EHT.&SS/Nagargunasagar Divisional. 30. 23.&SS/Karimnagar Divisional. Engineer/TL. 32.&SS/Ditchpally Divisional. 4. Engineer/TL.&SS/Yddumylanram Divisional. 25. Engineer/TL. Engineer/TL.&SS/Miryalguda Divisional. 6. 10. Engineer/TL. Engineer/TLC/Nizamabad Supdt. 34. Engineer/TL. 15.&SS/Moulali Divisional. Engineer/TL. No. 27. Engineer/TL. 31.&SS/Kurnool Zone Paying Officer CE/TL&SS/HYD SE/TL&SS/METRO CE/TL&SS/ WARANGAL SE/TL&SS/ WARANGAL CE/TL&SS/KADAPA SE/TLC KADAPA 39 . Engineer/MRT/Erragadda/Metro Circle) Divisional.&SS/Mahaboobnagar Divisional. Engineer/TL. 7.&SS/Metro Hyderabad Supdt.&SS/Karimnagar Supdt. 9. 28. 29. Engineer/TL. 33.

45. 44. 39. Designation of the officer to whom cellular telephone would be provided Zone Paying Officer 35. 64. Engineer/TL&SS/Guntur Divisional. 54.&SS/Visakhapatnam Divisional Engineer/MRT/EHT/Rajahmundry CE/TL&SS/KADAPA SE/TLC KADAPA CE/TL&SS/Vijayawada SE/TLC/Vijayawada CE/TL&SS/Visakapatnam SE/TL&SS/Visakhapatnam 40 .&S/Tirupati Divisional. 50. 55. 48. 56. 59. 49. 63. Engineer/MRT/Kurnool Divisional. Engineer/TL.&SS/Yerraguntla Divisional. 58. 40. Engineer/TL. 60. 51. 67. Engineer/TL. 37.&SS/Vijayawada Supdt. Engineer/TLC/Nellore Supdt. Engineer/TLC/Kadapa DE/TL&SS/Kadapa DE/TL.&SS/Rajahmundry Supdt. 65.&SS/Vijayawada Supdt.&SS/Garividi Divisional Engineer/MRT/TL.&SS/Ananthapur Divisional. 42. Engineer/TLC/Rajahmundry Divisional Engineer/TL.&SS/Vijaywada Divisional. Engineer/MRT/T. 36. Engineer/400 KV Lines/Srisailam Divisional. Engineer/TL&SS/Nellore Supdt. Engineer/TL. 66.&SS/Gunadala Divisional.&SS/Ongole Divisional.&SS/Nellore Divisional. Engineer/EHT/MRT/Kadapa Divisional. Engineer/TLC/TRE/Kadapa Chief Engineer/TL. Engineer/TL. Engineer/MRT/TL. 62. Engineer/400 KVSS//Narnur Divisional. Engineer/TLC/Vijayawada DE/TL. Engineer/TL. Supdt.S. 43. 38. 47. Engineer/TL.&SS/Visakhapatnam Supdt. 53. No.&SS/Gajuwaka Divisional Engineer/TL.&SS/Nellore Divisional. 61. Engineer/TLC/TRE/Nellore Divisional. 68. 41. 46.&SS/Kurnool Divisional.&SS/Bommuru Divisional Engineer/TL. 52. Engineer/TL. 57.&SS/Visakhapatnam Supdt. Engineer/MRT/EHT/Vijaywada Chief Engineer/TL.&SS/Nidadavolu Divisional Engineer/TL.

Engineer/Telecom/Vijayawada Supdt. 76. 72.. Engineer/400KV L&SS/Hyderabad Supdt. 70. 75. Engineer/Telecom/Load /Despatch/V.. Engineer/Telecom/Kadapa Divisional. 71.S. Engineer/400KV L&SS/Visakhapatnam Supdt. 80. Engineer/400KV L&SS/Rajhmundry Divisional. Engineer/400KV SS/Kalapaka Supdt.) CE/Telecom/V' Soudha SE/Telecom (Field) 41 .. Engineer/Telecom/Nellore CE/400kVL&SS/V' Soudha SE/400kV (Field. 79. Engineer/Telecom/Hyderabad Divisional. 77. Designation of the officer to whom cellular telephone would be provided Zone Paying Officer 69. 73. Engineer/Telecom/Hyderabad Supdt. 78. 74. Engineer/Telecom/Warangal Divisional.Soudha Divisional. Engineer/Telecom/Visakhapatnam Divisional. Supdt. No.

INTERNAL AUDIT .00 AM on 11.Issued.2003 As per the Companies Act and considering the workload involved in each Circle.09.O. 1. No. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 42 . In view of the above is has been decided to constitute a Committee consisting of the following members for conducting an Interview at 11.2003 at Mini Meeting Hall.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABASTRACT APTRANSCO . T. 2. 3. the APTRANSCO has decided to assign the “Internal Audit Function” to the 14 Teams of Chartered Accountants (each team consists of 1 CA and 2 Assistants) on contract basis for an initial period of one year. Director (Finance & Revenue)/APTRANSCO Director (Finance)/APCPDCL FA & CCA (A & E)/APTRANSCO Chief Engineer (Transmission)/APTRANSCO Chairman Member Member-cum-Convenor Member The Committee may conduct the Interview and select the Chartered Accountants for assigning the “Internal Audit Function” on contract basis. Hyderabad for selection of 14 Charatered Accountants. Vidyut Soudha.Constitution of the Committee for conducting Interview for selection of 14 Chartered Accountants for assigning of Internal Audit Function on contract basis . : 02. FA&CCA (A&E)/Ms. VI Floor. 4.O.9.Orders . 139 ORDER: Dated.

No. Plg & RA) as Chairman and Managing Director of APCPDCL. Sri Jannat Hussain. vide G. was nominated as a Member of the Audit Committee in place of Sri Dinesh Kuman.2002.O. 18-08-2003. in place Sri V. Dated. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 43 . and Sri.2003. orders were issued. as Members. APTRANSCO. 1st read above. Sri K. Energy Department is treated as Director (Nonwhole time).O. 89. ii) Sri V.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD ABSTRACT APTRANSCO . 02.. III) Department Dated. Director (non-whole time) APTRANSCO.O. Sampath. JMD (HRD. Director (Non-whole time) APTRANSCO. J. Durga Prasad. Sampath. is nominated as a Member of the Audit Committee in place of Sri V. G. IAS. JMD Viglence) APTRANSCO.O.S. vide T. Dated. 212. In compliance with the provisions of Section 292 A of the Companies Act. IAS Principal Secretary to Govt. APTRANSCO. 1956 . IAS.O.Orders . No. On the transfer and posting of Sri Dinesh Kumar. JMD (HRD.Audit Committee U/S 292 A of the Companies Act. S. T.O. IAS.07. NO. 101. constituting an Audit committee with . Parthasarathy. 02.O.Issued.O. 140 Dated. IAS.2003 Read the following:- 1. (ACS) Ms.O. Joint Managing Director APTRANSCO. Consequently Sri Jannat Hussain.S. 2. IAS. ORDER: T.O. (FA & CCA / A & E) Ms. read above. 1956 (amended). Director (Non-whole time). IPS. No.O.Change name of the Members of the Committee .Ms.O. vide T. IAS.02. IAS. Sampath. 3. T. (ACS) Ms. 2nd read above. Plg & RA).i) Sri Dinesh Kumar. Energy (Pr. 02.09.

the forms need not be returned. No.Ms. 23-11-1998 ORDER: In the B.09. Ms. No. T. Dt.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Pension . 19-05-1989.P. NO. No.A.P. Transco employees. 05. Dt. In the G. Pension forms were also simplified & formulated are still being used.P. the A. Transco hereby directs that the Revised pension application forms evolved in G. Rt. 152. 501. If the pension papers are already submitted in the old form by the retired employees of families in case of death while in service.O. 2nd cited Govt.O.O.Simplification of pension applications and other forms prescribed orders . Ms.2003 Read the following:Ref: 1) B. first cited instructions were issued for expeditious settlement of pension & other terminal benefits. Transco . After careful consideration. 23-11-98 as appended to this order are made applicable to the AP. Dt. has changed the existing pension format and evolved the revised pension application forms.O.O.P. The simplified forms come into force with effect from September-2003.Issued.P. 2) G. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF CHAIRPERSON AND MANAGING DIRECTOR/AP TRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 44 . 263. 263 Dt. of A.

Dated: 31-1-2001 *** The Management committee of Vidyut Soudha Canteen constituted in reference cited is hereby Constituted with the following Members with immediate effect. (Per – GM (IR) Ms. Dated.P.R.O. T.Addl. 3. 252. Secy. 807.O. ORDER: B.O. Executive Engineer/Civil Asst. No. 4. (Per . Deputy Secretary (IR) Deputy Secretary (Estt) Accounts Officer / C. Secretary (IR) Chairman Member Member Member Convenor The above committee shall frame suitable rules that may be necessary for day to day running the canteen. K. : 19-10-1976 T. GOPAL KRISHNA ADDITIONAL SECRETARY (I/C) 45 .P. Dt. 3. 251. No. No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HDYERABAD ABSTRACT Welfare Measures . 2. Ms. Read the following:- 1. 5-9-2003.Vidyut Soudha Canteen .Issued.O. (Per-DS (IR) Ms.O. 1. Dated: 26-7-1999 T.O.Constitution of a revised Departmental Canteen Committee at Vidyut Soudha -Orders . 2. No.) MS. 141. 5.

377 Finance (PC.2002. 22. ORDER: The Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited hereby directs that the orders issued in G.2003.820/. 2. : 24. No. PANDURANGAM DIRECTOR (HRD & PROJECTS) 46 .O. G.O.2003.315/85.9. Dt. Dt. 23.O. G. Dt. Ms.4. No.9. 9. 6.7.20% of Pay subject to a Maximum of Rs.158/94. 155 Dated. 392 Finance (PC-I) Department Dt.I) Deptt. Dt.820/.380/- Cumulative rate of D.O. This order issues with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue) vide U.9. 15. to employees of the Government of A.A.O. No. Ms. NO. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms.80% of pay Subject to a minimum of Rs.p.18. 2003 at the rates indicated below: G. Per) Ms.O.2.and a maximum of Rs. 27.O. No. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. No.1.Orders .O.Ms.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Allowances .7.(GM. Dt. Pay above Rs.Issued.158/.O.m.2003 (copy enclosed) shall be made applicable to the employees of the Government of A. 5. 3.2003 Read the following:-. (GM(IR)Perf)Ms. 28.7.O. Dt. 107.315/- Pay above Rs.7. 280.p.P. 998 Finance (PC-I) Deptt. 4.O.2003 T.V. 7. 7.380/. 4. J. No. Dt. G.O.9. working in AP Transco and Discoms on deputation drawing their pay in the Government revised pay scales 1993 from January. 22. Dt. 1. 2183/D(F)/ 2003.2003.I) Deptt.I) Deptt.2003 T.Adoption of the orders in respect of government employees working on deputation in AP Transco and Discoms . 9.2003 *** Pay Range Upto Rs. 7.A. T. 6.Dearness Allowance . No. 112.m.86%of Pay subject to a minimum of Rs.P.m.2003.Revision of rates of D.O. from 1st January 2003 in the revised pay Scales 1993 .Ms. (P) No.p. No. 27. 392 Finance (PC.. 22 Finance (PC. Upto Rs.12. 6.O. T. 3.

7.Ms.Issued.315/- The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the above para shall be payable to: a) all Government Employees.Orders . 22. 3. FINANCE (PAY COMMISSION-I) DEPARTMENT G. G. b) Teaching and Non-teaching staff of Aided Institutions viz. No.01.380/Basic pay above Rs. Sanctioned . 377. Minicipalities.I) Department Dated.and a maximum of Rs.80% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs.820/.O. Dated : 28. (P) No.820/Cumulative rate of D. and up to Rs. 162. Agricultural Market Committee and also work charged Establishment who get monthly pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised pay Scales.C. Pay Range Up to Rs.1 Government also order revision of the rates of Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the Government order 2nd read above in respect of employeesdrawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised U. 2003 and indicated below: 47 .158/94.p. c) Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Universities. Finance (PC. 112.O.2003 Read the following:1.2003.Dearness Allowance . 9. 2003 at the following rates. 6. Polytechnics and Schools who are drawing pay in the Revised Pay Scales. 1986 1st January .. 03.I) Department. the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University and the Regional Engineering College. Employees of Zilla Grandhalaya Samasthas. 20/5/1983.O. Dated.20% of pay subject to a maximum of Rs. Finance (PC. Degree Colleges.380/. G.PC. Finance & Planning (FW. Teaching and Non-teaching Staff of Zilla Parishads. G. Municipal Corporations. Mandal Parishads. Pay Scales .A.p. (P) No.O.2003 3. 9.G.158/.GOVERNMENT OF ANDHPRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Allowances . 6.315/85. 4. *** ORDER: Government hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness allowance sanctioned in the Government order 2nd read with 3rd above to the State Government Employees drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pay scales. 1993. Ms. 1993 from 1st January.I) Department. 2.2.m.Dearness Allowance to the state government Employees drawing pay in the pre-revised scales of pay from 01. Basic pay above Rs.2003. G. 1993.07. Warangal drawing pay in the Revised Pay Scales.86% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. Junior colleges. 7. including the Acharya N. Ranga Agricultural University.1993. Dated. 392. 9. 7.m. 9. Gram Panchayets. No.

Ranga Agricultural University.500/-p.per month. and uptoRs. 4. Basic pay above Rs.m.per month. 3rd read above revising the rates of Dearness Allowance from 1st January.m.S.900/per month.2 The above revised rates of Dearness Allowance are also applicable to: a) The Teaching and Non-teaching Staff of Government and Aided/Affiliated Degree Colleges and Polytechnics who are drawing pay in the A.3.500/-p.P.Pay Range Basic pay upto Rs. per month. 287% of pay 215% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. 3.SAMPATH PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 48 .1986 shall be applicable in this case also. The procedural instructions issued in the G. Warangal who are drawing pay in the AP Revised UGC Pay Scales 1986.p. 1986 and Andhra Pradesh Revised UGC Pay Scales.6. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) V.000/-p. c)The Full Time Contingent Employees who have completed five years of service but not converted into regular Last Grade Service and drawing a pay of Rs. 3. Cumulative rate of D. 186% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. 2003 in respect of employees drawing Andhra Pradesh revised Pay Scales.045/.O.G. 1986. the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University and the Regional Engineering College. b) The Teaching staff of the Universities.000/. 12. Revised UGC Pay Scalles . Basic pay above Rs.m.A.10. including the N.6.m. 740/.

O. These guidelines may be followed with immediate effect.172. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF AP Limited) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 49 . Limited that contracts are being awarded to Private Companies and to individual contractors where the top functionaries of such companies or the private companiesand /or the individual contractors are related to officers/ officials working in APTRANSCO and or DISCOMS in the State. In order to establish the highest standards of integrity among officers and to maintain the clean image of the Organisation.No.156 Dated: 24-09-2003 Read the following:- 1) T.O(GM(IR)-Per) Ms.O.O. In such cases there is every scope to attribute motives to such officers though the finalization may be strictly as per procedure. it is informed that the definition of a "relative" with reference to the APSEB Employees (Revised) Conduct Regulations has already been communicated in the reference 2nd cited. It is therefore felt necessary that the officers of and above the rank of Divisional Engineer in all services including Board of Directors in APTRANSCO and DISCOMS should disclose such relationship in the prescribed format (enclosed) which will form part of the tender file.No.129. No. Dt. 2) T. Dt.Award of contracts to relatives of officials / directors.Certain guidelines Issued. Yet there may be cases where some of the contractors and functionaries of private companies participating in the tenders of APTRANSCO/DISCOMS may be distantly related to the officers either processing such tenders or finalizing the awards.P.O.23-08-2003 *** ORDER: It has come to the notice of Transmission Corporation of A. In this connection. 2. T.O.(GM(IR)-Per) Ms. 3.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO . (ii)In case there is any relationship such officer/director should dissociate himself/herself from processing/ Award of the tender and a decision regarding award of contract shall be taken by the tender sanctioning authority. (GM-Per) Ms. the following instructions are issued for guidance and strict compliance by all concerned: (i) The definition of “Relative” was communicated in the reference 2nd cited.13-10-2000.

I am liable for disciplinary action under the relevant rules Signature of the officer 50 . Name of the relative Relationship with the Officer/employee Name of the Company/Firm/ Contractor Remarks It is certified that the information furnished above is true to the best of my knowledge and I understand that in the event the information furnished by me is found to be false or act at a later date. OR b) That my following relatives have been working and having relationship with the companies with whom the APTRANSCO/DISCOMS have business dealings.FORMAT I ________________________________________________________ working as _______________________ in the O/o _________________________ here by sincerely and duly affirm and state as follows : (Strike out that which is not applicable) a) That myself or any of my relatives as in the list mentioned in Annexure do not have any dealings with the Company/Firm/Contractor with whom the APTRANSCO/DISCOMS have business dealings nor are any of my relatives are working in the said Company/Firm/Contractor.

Son’s Son 11. Daughter’s Husband Daughter’s Son Daughter’s Son’s Wife Daughter’s Daughter Daughter's/Daughter’s Husband Brother (including Step Brother) Brother’s Wife Sister (including Step Sister) Sister’s Husband Son’s Wife’s Father and their siblings) Son’s Wife’s Mother and their siblings Daughter’s Husband’s Father and their siblings Daughter’s Husband’s Mother and their siblings 51 . 18. Son’s Wife 5. 20. 19. 23.Annexure List of Relatives: 1. 22. 26. Father’s Father 7. Father’s Mother 8. Mother (including Step Mother) 3. 25. 24. Son’s Daughter’s Husband 14. 17. 16. Daughter (including Step Daughter) 6. Mother’s Mother 9. Son (including step son) 4. 15. Son’s Son’s Wife 12. 21. Father 2. Son’s Daughter 13. Mother’s Father 10.

9.O. 2. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. Instances have come to notice of the APTRANSCO that in certain cases contracts for apply of material or execution of works were awarded to the relatives of certain officials of APTRANSCO/DISCOMS or its Directors. CCAs. 24. there are apprehensions. 23.O. a clause may be included in the Agreement to be entered into with the successful tenderer as indicated in para 3 (i) above and an undertaking taken as in the Annexure-II to this order. (GM. the following guidelines are issued for strict compliance: i) Where the tenders are to be invited for execution of works/procurement of goods. a clause may be included in the terms and conditions of tender document to the effect that an undertaking as in the AnnexureI shall be given by the Companies/Firms/Contractors along with their tenders.2003. Deputy Secretaries.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO . No. T. All the Chief Engineers/General Managers / CGMs.Per) Ms.O. a decision regarding award of contract shall be taken by the concerned Board.O.2003 Read the following:- 1. Dy. : 24. A clause may also be pnchided in the agreement that false information furnished in the declaration will render the contract liable for termination as well as recovery of damages. 2. 157 Dated. No. 3. 156 Dated. iii) Where the tenders for execution of works/procurement of goods are already opened and their evaluation is in the process.9. T. 129 Dated. SAOs and Assistant Secretaries are directed to follow the above instructions scrupulously. due to their relationship with the officials of the APTRANSCO/DISCOMS or its Directors.O. and contracts are yet to be finalized. disclosing their relationship with the Officers/Directors of APTRANSCO/DISCOMS failing which the tenders will be rejected. Though the procedures are laid down for evaluation of the tenders and awarding of contracts and every care is being taken to ensure transparency.Award of contracts to the relatives of officials / Board of Directors in connection with the execution of works in APTRANSCO & DISCOMS . No. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 52 . ii) In all such cases where relationships exist between any officer/Board of Director of APTRANSCO/ DISCOM with the tenderer. No. No. Superintending Engineer’s. 4. in the recent past that undue favour might have been shown to certain Companies/Firms/Contractor.Certain guidelines .Issued.O.8. ORDER: Public Utilities/Public Sector Undertakings including Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited and DISCOMS normally get the works executed by awarding contracts to the Private Companies / Partnership firms or through Contractors. To ensure transparency and to establish the highest standards of integrity in APTRANSCO and DISCOMS. Executive Engineers/Divisional Engineers. T. FA & CCAs.2003. (GM-Per) Ms.

3.I Undertaking to be given by the Company/Partnership Firm/Contractor Tender: _______________________________________________ respresented Company Partnership Firm/Contractor responding to the bid invitation APTRANSCO/APEPDCL/APSPDCL/APNPDCL/APCPDCL vide Specification _______________________________________ here by sincerely and solemnly affirm and state as following (Strike out that which is not applicable) (a) That myself or any of the representatives of m company/firm do relatives as defined in the appended Annexure III in the APTRANSCO/DISCOM. 1.Annexure . the APTRANSCO/DISCOM is entitled to be contract/agreement entered into besides recovering damages as may be found necessary notice. 5. Name of the officer /employee Designation / and Place of Working APTRANSCO/ DISCOM Relations It is certified that the information furnished above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. No. Signature of the authorized representative 53 . 6. 4. Sl. It is hereby undertaken that in the event of any of the above information found or incorrect at a later date. OR b) That the following officers/employee of the APTRANSCO/DISCOM is and to the representatives of my Company/Firm and their status in the APTRANSCO is as under. 2.

II Declaration to the given by the Company/Partnership Firm/Contractor at the time of entering into Agreement with APTRANSCO/DISCOMS. the APTRANSCO/DISCOM is entitled to be terminate contract/agreement entered into besides recovering damages as may be found necessary with due notice.Annexure . Name of the officer /employee Designation / and Place of Working APTRANSCO/ DISCOM Relations It is certified that the information furnished above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 2. 3. (Strike out that which is not applicable) (a) I declare that myself or any one of the representatives of my company/Firm do not have any relatives as defined in the appended Annexure III in the APTRANSCO/DISCOM. It is hereby undertaken that in the event of any of the above information found to be flase at a later date. OR (b) That the following officers/ employees of the APTRANSCO/DISCOM are related to me and to the representatives of my Company/Firm as mentioned hereunder:Sl. 1. 5. 6. 4. No. Signature of the authorized representative 54 .

Annexure . 17. 24. 26. Father Mother (including Step Mother) Son (including step son) Son’s Wife Daughter (including Step Daughter) Father’s Father Father’s Mother Mother’s Mother Mother’s Father Son’s Son Son’s Son’s Wife Son’s Daughter Son’s Daughter’s Husband Daughter’s Husband Daughter’s Son Daughter’s Son’s Wife Daughter’s Daughter Daughter’s Daughter’s Husband Brother (including Step Brother) Brother’s Wife Sister (including Step Sister) Sister’s Husband Son’s Wife’s Father and their sibilings) Son’s Wife’s Mother and their sibilings Daughter’s Husband’s Father and their sibilings Daughter’s Husband’s Mother and their sibilings 55 . 25. 7. 18. 22. 9. 21. 19. 8. 6. 20. 10. 2.III List of Relatives:1. 12. 4. 11. 3. 13. 14. 15. 16. 5. 23.

Encl. ORDER: Consequent on assuming charge by Joint Managing Directors as per references cited.. 2) Ref. (Per-GM/P) Ms. Rt.O. (Personnel.. No. 219. the subjects are re-allocated as indicated in the Annexure among the Joint Managing Directors and Directors of APTRANSCO. 16-10-2003. No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD ABSTRACT Estt .O. No.APTRNSCO . Dt.Orders Issued. G. Services) T. Rt.O. Dt.O. Annexure RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 56 .III) Dept. Energy (Pr. 221. G. Energy (Pr.Re-allocation of subjects among Joint Managing Directors and Directors .III) Dept. 17-10-2003. 170 Dated: 20-10-2003 Read the following:1) Ref.

2003 7. Additonal Secretary 3.O.T. related matters a) Execution of all 400 KV. Audit & Resource Management. Managing Director enquiries. FA & CCA ( A & E) 3. Addl. IAS a) HRD functions including 1.S./DISCOMS b) Revenue matters c) All revenue dept.O. Sri A. Industrial Relations & Training b) SE/Training (IPC & Reforms) 2. : 20-10-2003. (Per-GM/P) Ms. Malakondaiha. I.CE/Transmission (Construction) 2.Annexure to T. IPS Jt Managing Director (Vigilance & Security) a) Vigilance matters. IRAS Director (Finance & Rev) .T. GM(HRD & Training) Jt. 170. SE/EBC to the extent of Energy Audit.V. S. CE/DFID & APL 4. 2. (I. SE-Enquireis b) MIS.. Act. & I. 220 KV & 132 KV Lines & Sub-stations b) All works of DFID OECF. Sri J. APL etc. b) Energy Audit 1. Dated. CE/RAC & Reforms.. & I. SEs/DPE & SEs/Assessments. Sri G. CE/Comml. Dy. Pandurangam. CE/Comml. 2. JMD/Director Subjects Functional Heads ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. c) All IPPs & related matters 6.. CCA (Revenue) 4. & Commercial 4. Director (Projects Construction) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 57 .D.) 5. c) Purchases & Material Management. CE/Comml. Venkateshwar. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------S.T. Assessments & Prosecution. Expenditure. disciplinary cases a) DE/Disciplinary cases (HRD. a) Budget allocation Accounts. CE/Operation to the extent of commercial loss reduction. No. 1. CE/IPC d) Reforms & Elecy. DPE. Sai Prasad.. Monitoring financial parameters of APTRANSCO. 3. & IT 4.Ps. Estate Officer 1. Sri M.T. * They will also attend to Tribunals/Special Courts. c) Commercial loos reduction 3.No. SE/Purchases 4. O. Comml. CE/Civil 3. FA & CCA ( R&A) 2.

P. Gandhi. Director (RA & Co-ordination) a) Regulatory Affairs b) Power Trading c) Terms & Conditions of Power Supply d) Co-ordination with DISCOMS & other directors. Regulation of 6. Transmission) 5. RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 58 . Restriction & Control measures e) Telecommunications 7. f) Rural Electrification.. CE/Telecommunication. ABT. Govt. JMD/Director Subjects Functional Heads 5. Sri. CE/Grid Operation Power supply. CE/Comml. b) Power System 4..Civil . Govt. 3.P. c) Planning (Generation.S. CE/Operation 4.K. CE/RE CE/Transmission (O&M) All CEs/TL & SS CE. 2. 1. 220 KV & 132 KV LInes & Sub-Stations 1. to the extent of Regulatory affairs. 3. 2. e) Co-ordination with A. of India Ministry & Organisations.M. CE/RAC & Reforms . CE/Power Systems. Kesava Rao Director (Grid Operation. Sri. Operation & Maint.to the extent of O&M works of transmission.) a) O & M of all 400 KV. to the extent of power trading. G. Note : GM/Corporate Communications) and Assistant Company Secretary will continue to function under the direct control of CMD/APTRANSCO. 6... CE/Planning and allied subjects d) Grid Operation.No.

LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD AP TRANSCO . (CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. Sai Prasad.10.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE A. TRANSCO) RACHAL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 59 . IPC & Reforms) Director (Finance & Revenue) & Director (Projects & Construction) to finalize the numbers and type of vehicles to be hired to the Vidyut Soudha Officers.P. The attempt should be to reduce the number to the bare minimum required.VEHICLE CELL-Hiring of Vehicles-Constitutions of the committee to the numbers and Type of Veheciles to be hire for the Vidyut Soudha Officer .171 Dated: 20. No.Issued.2003.Orders. Comml. Joint Managing Director (HRD. Read the following:- PROCEEDINGS: AP Transco decided to constitute a committee chaired by Sri G.P.

Malakondaiah.Issued. as Joint Managing Director (Vigilance & Security). 4755.10.Orders . IPS.O. Dated. Rt. Dt. 02.2003. *** ABSTRACT AP TRANSCO .O. No. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 60 .Audit Committee U/S 292 A of the Companies Act. No. vide G.2002. JMD (Vigilance & Security).O.02. Durga Prasad. 15-10-2003. 89.O. and appointment of Sri M. No. T.O. Company) Vidyut Soudha : Hyderabad.2003. T.O. APTRANSCO.07.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED (a wholly owned State Govt. Read the following:1. 27. (ACS) Ms. 2. IPS. Durga Prasad. (ACS) Ms. (ACS) Ms. *** ORDER: Consequent to the transfer of Sri K. Dated. 02. 4869. Rt.Change in one of the Members of the Committee . (FA & CCA / A & E) Ms. Dt. Sri M. vide G. 3. T. APTRANSCO.O. T.09.O. No.O.O. IPS.. No. (Vigilance & RA). No. IPS. 140. is nominated as a Member of the Audit Committee in place of Sri K.2003. Dated. APT RANSCO. Joint Managing Director. 212. 1956 . 08-10-2003. Malakondaiah. 177 Dated. 02.

Energy/(Pr.O.No.O. IPC & Reforms) Joint Managing Director (Vigilance & Security) Director (Finance & Revenue) Direrctor (Concerned) Director (Projects Construction/ Chairman Member Member Member Member Member 61 . No. 20. T. 500 lakhs) Joint Managing Director (HRD.2003 2. Dt. issued orders reallocation the works among the Joint Managing Directors & Directors of AP Transco consequent on assuming charge by Joint Managing Directors as per references (3&4) cited above.. Comml.O.2 Purchase of materials/awarding of contracts above Rs. Ref.Reg. T.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT AP TRANSCO . Ref. Stores Purchase Committee .O.2003 3. 16. (Per-GM/P) Ms.221. G.III) Dept. No. Operation & Maintenance) Director (RA & Co-ordination) Commissioner of Industries / his Nominee Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Srores Purchase Committee . 184 Dt.III) Dept.10. No. 18.O. 500 lakhs) Chairman & Managing Director Joint Managing Director (HRD. Energy/(Pr.2003 PROCEEDINGS: In the reference 1st cited.No..2003 Read the following: 1. CEE (DFID&APL) Ms. G.10. 170. in reference 2nd cited.10. Dt. 31.O. 17.Reconstitution of Stores Purchase Committee Modified Orders .219.07.Rt.Rt. AP Transco.O.10. IPC & Reforms) Direrctor (Finance & Revenue) Director (Concerned) Direrctor (Projects Construction/ Grid Operation. AP TRANSCO In modification of the the orders issued in the reference cited (1) above Reconstitute the Stores Purchase Committee as indicated below to orders the tender proposals for Purchase/awarding contracts. 111 Dt.O. T.2003 4.. Dt.1 Purchase of materials/awarding of contracts above Rs.CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. orders were issued reconstituting the Stores purchase Committees to consider the tender proposals for purchase/awarding contracts. 100 lakhs and upto Rs. Comml..

IPC & Reforms) Director (Finance & Revenue) Director (Projects Construction) Director (Grid Operation. Operation & Maintenance Director (RA & Co-ordination) Commissioner of Industries/his Nominee Member Member Chairman & Managing Directors of 4 Discoms are the members of Stores Purchase Committee for Discom related Purchases. Comml. iii) Sub-committee of Stores Purchase Committee-2 Joint Managing Director (HRD.. Operation & Maintenance) Member Member Member Member The above sub committee wil vet the tender proposals before submission to Stores Purchase Committee-2 (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 62 .Grid Operation.

of the remaining members of the suggestion Committee have to be necessarily present for the meeting to take place. The Suggestion Committee shall function under the overall guidance / direction of the Chairman of the Committee. Comml. IPC & Reforms). No. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T..O. conditions and criteria etc. CE / RAC & Reforms. 15.O.APTRANSCO-Reconstitution of Suggestion Committee to administer the Employees suggestion Scheme .). 147. will remain same. CE/Transmission (Const. Dated: 1.O. No. The suggestion Committee will meet once in a month 3. RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 63 . The Chairman.Orders .Issued.O.2003 Read the following: T.O. CE/DFID&APL CE/Telecom and FA&CCA (R&A).O.O. CE/Commercial & IT.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD ABSTRACT Estt. (Per-GM/P) Rt.2003. Dated. 2. The Chairman of the Committee will have a term of one year and will be nominated by the Board by rotation. the Suggestion Committee constituted to administer the Employees Suggestion Scheme vide T.11.9.O. the secretary and at least two CEs. The other rules. (Per-GM/P) Rt. cited is reconstituted with the following members. 199. General Manager (HRD & Training) CE/Operation. stipulated in the annexures appended to T. cited. ORDER: Consequent to appointment of new Joint Managing Directors in TRANSCO Board. Chairman Secretary Members JMD (HRD. .

O. 6. G.Issued. *** ORDER: The Transmission Corporation of A.O. 392 Finance (PC-I) Dept.2003 G. Dt. Dt.12. 280. 15. 107 Dt. 4.. (GM (IR) .7. Limited directs that the orders issued in G. 4. 9. T. No. Ms. (GM (IR) .O. 18.O. 1999. (HRD & Trg. 2. 22.O.) Ms. No. 27 Dt. 27. to the employees of the Government of AP from 1st July 2003 in the Revised Pay scales 1999 .O.O.A. 22 Finance (PC-I) Dept.2.1. Dt.2003 G.P.9. Dt. No.I) Dept. (P) NO.O.I) Dept. (P) No. No.2003.O.P.I) Dept.2003 T.M. 475 Finance (PC. 3. working in AP Transco and Discoms on deputation and drawing their pay in the Government Revised Pay scales.O.2003 G.O. (GM-Per) Ms. G. No.Dearness Allowance . 2.2003 T. Finance (PC.11.11. 377 Finance (PC. 200 Dated : 20-11-2003.2003 T. Dt. 155 Dt. 8. No. 28.O. 23. No. 3.Orders . SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD) 64 .7.4.2003 (copy enclosed) shall be made applicable to the employees of the Government of A. This order issues with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue) vide U.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Allowances . 475 Finance (PC. T. 6. 24. (P) No. 2578/D (F)/ 2003. No. G.O.Revision of rates of D.2002.7. 7. Dated.Per) M.I) Department.Per) Ms.2003.O. G.O. Read the following:- ‘ 1.O. 6. 5. Ms.. No. 998. Ms. Dt.Adoption of the orders in respect of Government employees working on deputation in AP Transco and Discoms .. Dt.11.2003.O. (GM (IR)-Per) Ms..

1 Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness allowance in respect of State Government employees drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised U. 2. Municipal Corporations.Dearness Allowance to the State Government Employees from 1st July. Polytechnics who are drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised UGC Scales of Pay. (formely regional Engineering College) Warangal.Sanctioned . (ii) The teaching staff of the Universities including Acharya N. 475 Dated.G.C.M. 1999. 3. (P) No. Warangal who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales.2 The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the above para shall be payable to: i) The employees of Zilla Parishad. Dated. Finance (P.Dearness Allowance . from 1st July.O.8. 2.2003.2003. 7. 3.7.3 The above rates of Dearness Allowance also are applicable the Judicial Officers whose Pay Scales have beer revised vide G.11. 11.O.2003. the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University and the Regional Engineering College.C. Dated. 26. Municipalities. second read above to the State Government employees in the Andhra Pradesh revised Pay Scales. : 6.O. Gram Panchayats. Dated. Pay scales. 1. Read the following:1. 2003 from 55% to 59% to with effect from 1st July 2003. 60 Law (LA&J-SCF) Department.S. 1996.G. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological (University and the National Institute of Technology.I) DEPARTMENT G. Ranga Agricultural University.I) Department. The above rates of Dearness Allowance are also applicable to: (i) The teaching and Non-teaching staff of Government and Aided Affiliated Degree Colleges who are drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised UGC Scales of Pay. G. 377. Ranga Agricultural University. 1996. G.O. read above. 1999 from Rs. Agricultural Market Committees and Zilla Grandhalaya Samasthas and work charged establishment who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales. 2.5. Mandal Parishad. 2003 . G.O. 1996. 65 .(P) No. 1999. 114. (P) No.Orders – issued. and the teaching staff of Govt.COPY OF GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Allowances . ii) Teaching and Non-teaching Staff of Aided Institutions including Aided Polytechnics who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales.994% of the Basic pay to 30.G. FINANCE (PC. iii) Teaching and Non-teaching Staff of Universities including the Acharya N. Finance and Planning (FW PC I) Department. No.1999. ORDER: Government hereby order the revision of rate of Dearness allowance sanctioned in the G. 1999.266% of Basic pay per month from 1st July.O. 2003.

the legal heir(s) shall be entitled to the arrears of Dearness Allowance in cash.R. Bills for the adjustment of arrears of Dearness Allowance to the compulsory Savings Account as per para 3.I) Department to reach on or before 28th February. The tearm ‘Pay’ for this purpose shall be as defined in F. General Provident Fund S. 2003 to be adjusted to the General Provident Fund Account.1. 7. 2003 are drawn and credited to the General provident Fund Account. The second copy of the schedules shall be furnished to the Drawing Officers with Voucher Numbers. 9. All the Audit Officers (Sub-Treasury Officers) are requested to furnish the figures of the amount credited to the General Provident Fund Account and the amounts credited to Compulsory Savings Account in 66 .H. However in the case of an employee who ceases to be in service prior to the opening of a General Provident Fund Account. 101. (03) Compulsory Savings scheme under Public Account”. as the case may be.3. The arrears on account of payment of Dearness Allowance for the period from 1st July.M. 2003 to 31st October. 10.4 In the event of death of any employee before the issue of these orders. shall be presented at the same time as bills for crediting the arrears of Dearness Allowance to the General Provident Fund Account as per para 3. The Audit Officers (Pay & Accounts Officer). In respect of employees working in Government Offices in the Twin Cities. District Treasure Officers and Pay & Accounts Officer of Projects.) are requested not to admit the pay bills of the office for the month of December. Pay & Accounts/ Pay & Accounts Officer of Projects/District Treasury Officer/Sub-Treasury Officer shall follow the usual procedure of furnishing one copy of the schedules along with bills to the Accountant General based on which the Accountant General shall credit the amount to the General Provident Fund Accounts of the individuals concerned. 3. the Pay and Accounts Officer shall consolidate and furnish information in the proforma annexed (Annexure-I) to this order to the Finance (PC. 3. 2003 to 31st.3. October. 2003 shall be credited to the Major Head 8005 . In respect of those who do not have General Provident Fund Accounts.1 The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the above paras 1-2 shall before paid in cash with the salary of November 2003 payable in December 2003. to be transferred to the General Provident Fund Account whenever opened. 2004 the arrears of Dearness Allowance shall be drawn and paid to them in cash as on employee due to retire on superannuation is compulsorily exempted from making any subscription to the General provident Fund during the last four months of service. the arrears of Dearness Allowance for the period from 1st July. 2003 unless a certificate is enclosed to the bills to the effect that the arrears of difference in Dearness Allowance for the period from 1st july. 6. the General Provident Fund Account Number and the amount to be credited to the General Provident Fund Account Number and the amount to the credit to the General Provident Fund Account. 2004. the arrears so impounded shall be drawn and paid with the interest on the date on which such employee ceases to be in service. All the Drawing Officers are requested to ensure that the bills as per the above orders are drawn and the amounts credited to General Provident Fund Account by the end of November. 4. The Drawing Officer shall prefer bill on the Pay & Accounts Officer.9(21) (a) (i). 2003 at the latest.H. The Drawing Officers shall ensure that the Bills are supported by proper schedules in duplicate indicating the details of the employee. 8. to the pay & Accounts Officer/Treasury Officers/and Assistant Pay & Accounts Officers or Pay & Accounts Officers of Projects. 2003 shall be credited the General Provident Fund Account of the respective employees.3. 5.State Provident Funds . 2003 to 31st October. etc. as the case may be for the amount of arrears for the period from 1st July 2003 to 31st October. The Pay & Accounts Officer/Asst. or Pay & Accounts Officer/Assistant Pay & Accounts Officer of the Andhra Pradesh Works Accounts Service or the Treasurey Officer. 3. Hyderabad.2 However in the case of employees who are due to retire before 1st March.

19. in turn. 2004.I) department by 28th February. 17.S. Finance projects). 25/. 15. The District Treasury Officers in turn shall consolidate the information and furnish the same in the same proforma to the Director of Treasuries and Accounts by 31st January. 12. the Director of Accounts of each Project shall furnish the information to the Deputy Financial adviser. are requested to issue suitable instructions to the their subordinate Audit Officers so that these instructions are carefully followedby them. Government also hereby sanction an ad-hoc increase of Rs. 2003. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts Director state Audit/Pay & Accounts Officer/ Deputy Financial Adviser. shall furnish the information to the Finance (PC. The expenditure on the Dearness Allowance to the employees of Municipalities and Municipal Corporations shall be met from their own funds. to the District Treasury by in the end of 31st December. 18. All the Heads of the Departments and Departments of Secretariat are requested to issue suitable instructions to the Drawing and Disbursing Officers under their control and to see that these instructions are followed scrupulously. All the Drawing and Disbursing Officers and Audit Officers are requested to intimate to the employees working under their control as to how much amount of arrears of Dearness Allowances is credited to the General Provident Fund Account/Compulsory Savings Account in the Proforma Annexed (Annexure-II) to this order. Finance (Project Wing) Department by 31st December. 11. 2004.per month in cash to the Village Administrative Officers and Village Servents from 1st July. SAMPATH PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 67 . 20. 2004. In regard to the Project Staff. In respect of employees of Local Bodies. Information to the Secretary to Government. 2003 and who. The orders revising the rates of Dearness Allowance in respect of those drawing pay in the pre revised scales will be issued separately. in turn furnish the consolidated information to the Director of State Audit by 31st January. They are further requested to adhese to the above instructions and any deviation or noncompliance of these instructions will be viewed seriously.the Prescribed proforma (Annexure-I) enclosed. 2004 and who in turn. the Drawing Officers shall furnish the above information in the prescribed proforma to the Aduit Officer of the District concerned before 31 st December 2003 and whowill. 2004. 16. 13. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) V. shall furnish the information to Government 28th February. 2004. All the Departments of Secretariat and Heads of Departments are requested to take prompt steps to provide additional funds under the relevant Heads of Accounts. 14. The above Officers in turn shall consolidate the information and furnish the same to the Secretary to Government Finance (PCI) department. 2003. The Director of State Audit in turn shall furnish the consolidated. Finance (PC.I) Department by 28th February. by 28th February.

11. (P) No. Credited to the G. 6.F.O. (P) of G.I) Departmentd 6. 68 .F.A.A.11. so credited to G. Credited Audited to G.P.2003.A. 4. Signature of the Drawing and Disbursing Officer Dated: Office Seal 2.I) Department. 3. Finance (PC. 3. Credite to Compulsory Savings Account Total Amount of arrears of D. Accounts and credited to Compulsory Savings Account.P. Account/ Compulsory Savings Account.2003 1. 475. The Amount of arrears of D.O. 1. 475. Name of the Sub-Treasury District Treasury/Audit Officer.P.II As per Para 15 of G. Dated: 5. The amount of arrears of D.O. 4.A. (P) No. Accounts. 2. Finance (PC.ANNEXURE – I As perParas 12 to 17 of G. Signature of the Audit Authority Annexure . Name of Office : Digination of the Drawing and and Disbursing Officer Name and designation of the employee : Whether the amount of arrears credited to the General provident Fund Account/Compulsory Savings Accounts.F. The Amount of arrears of D. Dt.

VEHICLE-CELL . (iii) The arrangement of vehicles made for the officers of the rank of Superintending Engineers and equivalent will be continued as indicated in the Annexure. The Chief Engineer / Power System is directed to take necessary action.Issued. The Chief Engineer / Civil/O&M/Vidyut Soudha is requested to take necessary action. 2. (vi) Departmental Van available in IR Wing is diverted to Director (Transmission & Grid Operation) for use in MRT Wing and discontinuing one hired vehicle engaged now in MRT Wing. 201 T. ORDERS: Dated : 24-11-2003. (CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. Constituted to finalize the NORMS for allotting the vehicles and type of vehicles to the Vidyut Soudha Officers . 20. (CEE/DFID & APL) Ms. 171.Orders . No. Read the following:- In order to reduce the number of vehicles to barest minimum. After careful consideration of the recommendations of the vehicles committee.2003. The Divisional Engineer (Tech) to the Director (Transmission & Grid Operation) is directed to release the vehicle immediately. Non A/C departmental / Hired Diesel Cars and Four (4) NOs.10. Dt. (v) The hired car allotted to the Executive Engineer/Civil/VS shall be replaced by hired jeep and will be shared with the AEE/Electrical Maintenance / VS.O. Consequently the hired jeep available with AEE/ Electrical Maintenance/VS stands cancelled. departmental Cars already available with vehicle-cell shall be diverted to the following officers in place of hired cars. (iv) Consequent to diversion of the post of Superintending Engineer/ULDC the hired car allotted to him stands cancelled.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD ABSTRACT AP TRANSCO . There shall be no further addition in number of vehicles allotted to officials other than AP (ix) The Vehicle . T.O.Recommendations of the Vehicles-Committee. AP Transco issued the following instructions. Superintending Engineer (Purchases) shall take the necessary action for diversion of the 69 . (ii) All the Chief Engineers and equivalent cadre officers shall be provided with only Non A/C Diesel Dept/Hired Cars. No. The details are indicated in the Annexure.O. a committee was constituted in the reference 1st cited above to finalize the number of vehicles and type of the vehicles to the Vidyut Soudha Officers. (viii) Transco. (i) The present arrangement for Chairman and Managing Director.O.Cell shall have 4 Nos. The General Manager (HRD & Trg) is directed to release the vehicle immediately. (vii) The hired car being used for thermo vision camera is placed at the disposal of Chief Engineer (Power systems) / Superintending Engineer (Power Systems). Joint Managing Directors and other Directors and peshis shall be continued.

This order is issued with the concurrence of Director/Finance & Revenue vide his Regd. No. a. b. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 70 . after taking the Cars from the vehicle-cell.11.7/10. The Superintending Engineer / Purchases shall monitor the movement of pool vehicles. 2515. c. 3. 4. Additional Secretary Superintending Engineer / Enquiry / VS Deputy Controller of Accounts/Revenue Legal Cell Consequently the hired Cars available with the above officers are hereby cancelled.departmental vehicles. The controlling officers shall take the necessary action for cancellation of the hired vehicles. d.03. Dt.

FA&CCA(A&E) 17. AEE-1/QC/400 KV/Hyd.O. Dt. Estate Officer/VS 25. CE/G. Vehicle-Cell 32. CE/DFID&APL 8. CE/Comml.2003. CE/RAC/VS 13. Maint’s jeep here by cancelled 29.O. Addl. CE/Telecom/VS/Hyd. 24. GM (C&C)/VS 16. EE/Civil/O&M/VS/Hyd 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 * Shift-cum-emergency ULD Mamidipally Transportation of Thermovision camera Diverted from vehicle cell Diverted from vehicle cell Diverted from vehicle cell Diverted from vehicle cell EE/O. 30. CCA/Revenue/VS 23. Legal Cell/VS 27. Dy. AEE/Elecl. Approved Vehicles Care Jeep D H D H 1 1+1 1 1 1 1 1 1+1* 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S. 5. FA&CCA(R&A)/VS 18.No. Designation Total Remarks 1. & IS 11.ANNEXURE to the T. CE/Transmission (O&M) 2. 28. CE/Plg/VS/Hyd. No. (CEE/DFID&APL) Ms. GM(HRD & Training) 15. SE/Telecom/VS 20. Maint/Civil/Vs. SE/Civil/O&M/VS/Hyd. CE/IPC/VS 14. 3. 201/2003. CE/Civil/VS/Hyd. P. CE/OPeration/VS 7. AEE-IIQC/400 KV/Hyd. 22.O.11. 31.&M Civils Car to be replaced with jeep and shared with AEE/Elec.VS/ 9. DE(Telecom)LD/VS/Hyd. Secretary/VS 24. (protocol)/VS Total 1 1 2 10 1 2 22 2 2 1 4 0 36 Auto (Hired) + Auto RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANGING DIRECTOR 71 . CE/Transmission (Construction) 6. SE/Engineers/VS 19. CE/P&RE/VS 12. CE/PS/VS 10.O. 4. Law Attache/VS 26.

TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD ABSRACT APTRANSCO . After careful examination and in continuation of the orders issued in the T.D/APTRANSCO) RACHAEL CHATTERJEE (CHAIRMAN &MANAGING DIRECTOR) 72 .2003 ORDER: In the T. The Performance Indicators evolved vide reference cited for the Personnel Officers working in the Peshies of Functional Heads/ Directors/Chairman & Managing Director shall be applicable for the Personnel Officers working in Reforms Protocol. cited for the GM(IR) for filing all appeals.O.O. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE C. (Addl.O cited. represented that either Performance Indicators suitable to their present jobs are not evolved or those of the performance Indicators already issued were not applicable to them.P&G SERVICES .&C) appended for use by the officers /staff in Class-I. Estate office.f. Class-II & Class-III respectively. 5. Some of the Employees associations /unions as well as individual Officers.O. The Performance Indicators evolved vide reference cited for the Personnel Officers in establishment Personnel Service sections shall be equally applicable for the personnel Officers/JPOs/Assistants /Typists working in Circles /Zonal offices.Orders .2003 Read the following:T. 317.O. N0. The time frame”15days” stipulated vide T.O. SLPs Review Petitions in the High Court/Supreme Court is amended as ‘before due date stipulated by the courts”. CRD.3.the Performance Indicators for Personnel Officers working in Deputation section canteen Liaison Officer(legal) Corporate Training Institute and Assistant Secretary/Personnel Officer/Junior Personnel Officers/ HRD Assistant Secretary/JPO Exams and ADE Database are given in Annexure (along with formats). 6.Issued. No.O. B. Secy) Ms. T. The following parameters are added for the performance appraisal of the Additional Secretary (a) “sanction of GPE advances /Part final withdrawal” (b) “any other specific item of work (specify the Item)” APTRANSCO also approves the formats (Format A. 202 Dated. The performance Indicators listed under various sections/Departments vide reference cited shall be applicable to any Officer of equivalent cadre discharging any of the duties thereof.11. 2. : 24. Dt. APTRANSCO here by issues the following supplementary parameters and certain modification/additions:1. tangible parameters for the personnel in P&D service w.e. 12.M. Secy) Ms.Certain modification/Additions .Performance Indicators for the Personnel in APTRANSCO . Chief Engineer /Transmission &400KV. 4. Vigilance Liaison.O cited the APTRANSCO issued orders approving a Performance appraisal system based on certain objective.O. 1-04-2003.O. (Add. 3.

2.Annexure PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FUNCTION WISE Function Task Officer responsible Assistant Secretary Time frame Frequency of evaluation Monthly Scale Asst. June September and December As per Schedule fixed by the Competent Authority 1st week of March & September Quarterly 100%-A Any other item of -dowork (to be specified) Monthly 100%-A Asst. Security and dispatch of answer scripts to the examiners. Issue of notifications for Departmental Exams. 100%-A Updation of Data Base -do- March. -do- 2 days prior to the date of examination Half yearly 100%-A -do- 15 days from the date of examination Half Yearly 100%-A 5. Half Yearly 100%-A 73 . Scrutiny of applications Assistant Secretary Half Yearly 100%-A -do- One month from the last date of receipt of applications. Half Yearly 100%-A 3. Security and -doSecutiny of evaluated answer scripts received from the 2 days from the date of receipt. Secretary (HRD) Filling of Counter Affidavits/Appeals relating to Options As per due dates stipulated b the Courts.Security and dispatch of Question papers to exam centers 4.Secretary (Exam) 1.

. As per schedule fixed by the Competent Authority Quarterly 100%-A 2. -do- Annually Profit . 6. June September and December.Technical Support for updation of employee database -do- Half yearly 100%-A ADE March. Approval of Receipts & Payments -do- Monthly 100%-A 7th of every month. Personnel Officer Canteen 1. Trainings. -doLast Thursday of August and Last Thursday of February 2 days from the date of receipt of bills from the centers. Profit/Loss earned. Monthly 100%-A 2. Publication of results. Half Yearly 100%-A 7. Custody and orderly maintenance of books.Integration of -doemployee database with Disciplinary Cases.> 20% -A 10-20% -B 0-10%-C Loss-D daily Monthly 100%-A Personner Officer CTI 1 Daily occupancy reports on accommodation. Scrutiny and passing of bills towards expenditure incurred by the centers.examiners. Reimbursement of Medical Expenses. magazines -do- 100%-A -do- Monthly Monthly 100%-A -do- Monthly Monthly 100%-A 74 . Performance Indicators Annual Appraisel reports etc. Inventory/stock Control of furniture / fittings in hostel 3. ADE (Data Base) 1. 2.

Workshops/to work in foreign organizations 2. Monthly 100%-A Depviation Section Personnel officer 3 days from the date of receipt of the proposal or before due date which ever is earlier Monthly 100%-A -do- 2 days from the date of transfer or before due date which ever is earlier February Financial Year / cancellation of deputation which ever is earlier.Issue of proceedings after obtaining permission of the competent authority -do- daily Monthly 100%-A Before due date fixed by the Courts. Issue of authorisation to the Pay Officer for payment of Leave salary/Pension contribution Personnel Officer-HRD File Disposal -do- Monthly 100%-A Personnel Officer By 3rd and 18th of every month 7 days from the date of 75 Monthly 100%-A Preparation of Parawise remarks -do- Monthly 100%-A . and of furniture/ fittings in library 4. Raising of demands for pension contribution and leave salary -do- Monthly 100%-A 4. 1.. Processing of files to Competent Authority for deputation to participate in conferences.etc. One week Monthly 100%-A 3. Collection and accounting of rents from hostel Personnel Officer/ Liason (Legal) Number of Parawise remarks / Counter Affidavits handed over to the SLAs.

June September and December As per Schedule fixed by the Competent Authority 7 days from the date of receipt 15 days prior to the date of examination JPO As per Schedule fixed by the Competent Authority As per Schedule fixed by the Competent Authority Quarterly 100%-A Any other item of -dowork (to be specified) Monthly 100%-A JPO/Exams 1. Updation of Employee Database -doMarch. Dispatch of hall tickets for eligible candidates JPOs/Asst. Remittance of DDs to SAO/CTI Half Yearly 100%-A 2.receipt of affidavit or court notice which ever is earlier. HRD Cell Computerisation of employee data base forms Half Yearly 100%-A Quarterly 100%-A Any other item of -dowork (to be specified) Monthly 100%-A 76 .

Secy.A SELF APPRAISAL REPORT OF APTRANSCO EMPLOYEES IN CLASS-I IN P&G SERVICES Asst.Format . Assistant secretary (HRD) 8 Filling of Counter Affidavits / Appeals relating to options Updation of Data 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 Any other item of work (to be specified) 77 . Scrutiny of applciations Security and despatch of Question papers to exam centers Security and Despatch of answer scripts to the examiners Security and Scrutiny evaluated answer received from examiners. Secy (HRD) Task Target Achievement Percentage Grade Grading by Controller Officer Assistant Secretary (Exams) 1 Issue of notifications for Departmental Exams. (Exams) & Asst. Publication of results Scrutiny and passing of bills towards expenditure incurred by the centers.

September and December Quarterly 100%-A 7. As per due dates Monthly stipulated by the Courts. Security and Scrutiny of evaluated answer scrips received from the examiners.Scrutiny of applications Assistant Secretary 1st week of march & September One month from the last date of receipt of applications 2 days prior to the date of examination Half Yearly 100%-A -do- Half Yearly 100%-A 3. Publication of results -do- Half Yearly 100%-A -do- 15 days from the Half Yearly date of examination 2 days from the date of receipt Half Yearly 100%-A -do- 100%-A -do- Last Thursday of Half Yearly August and Last Thursday of February. Security and dispatch of answer scripts to the examiners 5. March. 6.Issue of notifications for Departmental Exams 2. Scrutiny and passing of bills towards expenditure incurred by the centers.Certain Parameters for Performance Appraisal of Assistant Secretary 1 Assistant Secretary (Exams) 1. 2 Assistant Secretary (HRD) Filling of Counter Affidavits/Appeals relating to Options Updation of Data Base -do- 100%-A Assistant Secretary 100%-A -do- 100%-A Any other item of work (to be specified) -do- As per Schedule. Monthly fixed by the competent Authority 100%-A 78 . 2 days from the Half Yearly date of receipt of bills from the centers. Security and dispatch of Question papers to exam centers 4. June.

Counter Affidavits handed over to SLAs. and of furniture/fittings in library. Custody and orderly maintenance of books. Inventory/stock control of furniture/fittings in hostel. PO (Canteen) Approval of Receipts & Payments Profit / Loss earned PO/Legal (Liaison) Number of Parawise Marks.II IN P &G SERVICES PERSONNEL OFFICERS WORKING IN THE SECTIONS v S. Annual Appraisal reports. performance Indicators. Task Target Achievement Percentage Grade Grading Controller Office 1 ADE (DATA BASE) Technical Support for upgradation of employee database. re-imbursement of Medical expenses. Collection and accounting of rents from hostel.. Trainings. PO/CTI Daily occupany reports accommodation. Integration of employee database with Disciplinary cases.FORMAT – B SELF APPRAISAL REPORT OF APTRANSCO EMPLOYEES IN CLASS . magazines etc.No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 79 .

O.PO / HRD CELL 10 File Disposal 11 Preparation of Parawise Remarks 12 Updation of Employee Database 13 Any other item of work (to be specified) P. (DEPUTATION SECTION) 14 Processing of files to Competent Authority for deputation to participate in Conferences. 16 Raising of demands for pension contribution and leave salary 17 Issue of authorisation to the Pay Officer for Payment of Leave salary/Pension contribution 80 . 15 Issue of proceedings after obtaining permission of the competent authority. Workshops/ to work in foreign organizations.

Monthly 100%-A 3 Personner Number of Officer/Liasion Parawise remarks /Countey Affidavits the courts. September and Quarterly 100%-A -do- As per Schedule fixed by the Competent Authority Monthly 100%-A 1. Daily occupany reports on accommodation 2. Custody and orderly maintenance of -do- Annually Profit->20%-A 10-20%-B 0-10%-C Loss-D Before due date fixed by 100%-A Monthly 100%-A 4 daily Monthly 100%-A -do- Monthly Monthly 100%-A -do- Monthly Monthly 100%-A 81 .No ADE (Database) updation of employee database. reimbursement of Medical Expenses. June. Profit/Loss earned. 1. Integration of employee database with Disciplinary Cases.Parameters for Performance Appraisal of Personal Officers & ADE (Database) S. 2 Personner Officer Canteen 2. Approval of Receipts & Payments. Trainings. Performance Indicators. Personner Officer CTI 1. Inventory/stock control of furniture/fittings in hostel. 3. Technical Support for ADE December March.. -do- -do- 7th of every month. Afidavits handed over to the SLAs. 2. Annual Appraisal reports etc.

. Quarterly September and 100%-A December Any other item of work (to be specified) -doAs per Schedule fixed by the Monthly 100%-A Competent Authority 6 Deputation Section 1. Collection and -doaccounting of rents from hostel. Issue of -doProceedings after obtaining permission of the competent authority 3 days from the date of receipt of the proposal or before due date which ever is Monthly 100%-A 2 days from the date of transfer or before due date which ever is earlier.books. Workshops/to organizations. Monthly 100%-A 82 . and of furniture / fittings in library 4. Monthly 100%-A Updation of Employee Database -do- March. 2. Processing of Personnel files of Competent Officer Authority for deputation to participate in Conferences. magazines etc. 5 Personnel Officer-HRD File Disposal Personnel Officer month daily Monthly 100%-A By 3rd and 18th of every Monthly 100%-A Preparation of -doParawise remarks 7 days from the date of receipt of affidavit or court notice which ever is earlier. June.

JPO (Exams) 1 Remittance of DDs to AO/CTI Despatch of hall tickets for eligible candidates JPO/HRD/CELL 3 Computerisation of Employee data base forms Any other item of work (to be specified) 2 4 83 .III IN P & G SERVICES JPOs working in the sections S. Task Target Achievement Percentage Grade Grading by Controller OfficerS.3.C Monthly 100%-A SELF APPRAISAL REPORT OF APTRANSCO EMPLOYEES IN CLASS . Issue of -doauthorisation to the Pay Officer for payment of Leave salary/Pension contribution FORMAT .No. Raising of demands for pension contribution and leave salary -do- February of Financial year / cancellation of deputation which ever is earlier.No. One week Monthly 100%-A 4.

CERTAIN PARAMETERS FOR PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL OF JUNIOR PERSONNEL OFFICERS 1.JPOs/ Assistant (HRD Cell) Computerisation of employee data base forms Any other item of work (to be specified) JPO 7 days from the date or receipt 15 days prior to the date of examination. Remittance of DDs to SAO/CTI 2. Half Yearly 100%-A -do- Half Yearly 100%-A JPO -do- As per Schedule fixed by the Competent Authority As per Schedule fixed by the Competent Authority Quarterly 100%-A Monthly 100%-A 84 . Dispatch of hall tickets for eligible candidates 2. JPO/EXAMS 1.

O. cited. inter-alia. 207 Dated. IPC & REFORMS) 85 . No.Redesignation of the post of General Manager (HRD & Training) as Chief General Manager (HRD & Training) . (Per-GM/P) Ms. Dt. 20.O. 179.O.2003 Read the following:T. COMML. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T. G.10. 3.2003.O. No.APTRANSCO . SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. After careful consideration it is hereby ordered that the post of General Manager (HRD & Training) shall be redesignated as Chief General Manager (HRD & Training) with immediate effect. redesignating the post of General Manager (Personnel) as General Manager (HRD & Training).TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD ABSTRACT Estt.O. The incumbent counted against the above redesignated post shall continue to draw the same pay and allowances and be eligible for benefits as applicable to the cadre of Chief Engineer. (Per-GM/P) Rt. 2.12.Orders Issued. 2. ORDER: In the T. orders were issued.O..

IPC & REFORMS) 86 .Constitution of Committee to review medical claims/ reimbursement and to evolve and Insurance Scheme for Employees..TRNSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT AP Transco . No. it was resolved that a Committee be constituted with the following Directors to review the existing system of medical claims/reimbursement and submit suggestions for evolving an Insurance Scheme for the Employees in consultation with the Unions/ Associations. Joint Managing Director (HRD. 3.Medical reimbursement Scheme . 214 Dated. IPC & Reforms) 2.P. COMML. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A.O.12. (CGM (HRD & Trg) Ms.11.2003 Read the following:Minutes of Forty Eighth Board Meeting held on 24. Transco held on 24.11.. The committee shall submit its report to the Chairman and Managing Director. The Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg. Transco early. A.O. Comml.) shall be the Convenor of the Committee. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. LIMITED) G. 12. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T.P.2003.P. Director (Finance & Revenue) Member Member Member 2. 1. Joint Managing Director (Vigilance & Security) 3.2003 *** ORDER: At the Forty Eighty Board Meeting of A.

1999 2. T.P. The Departmental Promotion Committees shall arrange the candidates in the order of merit / seniority subject to fitness.O.Re-constitutions of Departmental Promotion Committee to various categories of posts in Class-I and Class II Services of AP Transco . (GM (IR)-Per) Ms.O. Consequent on appointment of new Board of Directors in AP Transco and change in the designations of some of the Board of Directors and General Manager (Personnel) the need for re-constitution of Department Promotion Committees for various categories of posts in Class-I and Class-II of all services in AP Transco has arisen. and submit a list to the Appointing Authority for approval.7. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. T.O.) Ms.Issued. If any deviations from the recommendations of the Departmental Promotion Committees are made.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO . 200. 16.12. as the case may be.O. No. 4. After careful consideration. 5. Limited has reconstituted the Department Promotion Committees to various categories of posts in Class-I and Class-II of all services coming under its jurisdiction. LIMITED) G. 2nd cited the Transmission Corporation of A.2003 Read the following:- 1. IPC & Reforms) 87 .O. Secy. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSCO OF A. of the Departmental Promotion Committee shall be recommendatory and shall be approved by the appointing authority. Limited hereby reconstitutes the Departmental Promotion Committees to various categories of posts in Class .P. : 18.COMMITTEES . the appointing authority shall record in writing the reasons for such deviations. Dt.O. T. Dt.I and Class-II services as indicated in the Annexure to this order. 19. All the cases involving temporary / regular promotions shall be referred to the Departmental Promotion Committee by the appointing authorities with all relevant information. No.Orders .O.O. the Transmission Corporation of A.2002. 2. No.01. 3.P. (Addl. P & G-Per) Ms. The proceedings. Comml. 217 Dated. *** ORDER: In the T. 245. All appointments by promotions shall be made from such approved list. (CGM-HRD&TRG.

Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors Chief General Manager (HRD &Trg. & Telecom) . Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors. Mechl. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors Chief General Manager (HRD &Trg. Civil and Telecom) Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors with Joint Managing Director (Rev & HRD) as Convenor 3. Dt. 18. (Personnel) 88 4.O. Chief Engineer (Elect.E. G.2003 Sl. and Telecom) Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors.E/A. Chief Engineer (Civil) General Manager (Personnel ) Member Convenor. No.) as Member Convenor.M. Comml. (Rev. Director (Technical) 5.. IPC & Reforms) as Member Convenor.) as Member Convenor. 1.D. (Elecl.M. Comml. 1.Comml.D. IPC & Reforms) as Member Convenor.ANNEXURE TO T. 217. Director Transmission & Grid Operation) 2. Superintending Engineer (Elecl. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors.O. & HRD) 3. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Director with JMD (HRD. and Telecom) 5. General Manager (Personnel ) Member Convenor. Director (Projects 2. CGM (HRD&TRG) Ms. Divisional Engineer (Elecl. IPC & Reforms) 3. General Manager (Personnel ) Member Convenor. JMD (HRD. Civil. Executive Engineer (Civil) 6. (1) 1. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors Chief Engineer (Civil) Chief General Manager (HRD &Trg..12.E. 1. J. Director (Projects) 4.) as Member Convenor. Mechl. Director (Transmission) 2. A. Name of the post (2) ENGINEERING SERVICE Executive Director Existing Departmental Promotion Committee (3) Revised Departmental Promotion Committee (4) Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors with Joint Managing Director (Rev & HRD) as Convenor Chairman & Managing Director and full time Director with JMD (HRD. No..

Director Transmission & Grid Operation) 2. IPC & Reforms) as Member Convenor 1. (Rev. Comml. IPC & Reforms) 3.) as Member Convenor 2. Director (Technical) 5. Director (Finance & Rev. A. Director (Projects) 4. Additional Secretary/ 1. & HRD) 3. JMD (HRD. Director (Projects) 6.Comml. Additional Secretary/ Special Secretary 3. Director (Transmission) 2. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors. P&G Service Joint Secretary Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors with Joint Managing Director (Rev & HRD) As Convenor 1. Deputy Secretary 3. Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg.Director (Finance) 2. Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg.E.M. (Personnel) Member Convenor II. Director (R A & Coordination) 5. 1. Director (R A & Coordination) 5. Assistant Secretary 1.) 3.) as Member Convenor 7. Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg. & HRD) 4.. 2.D.M.Member Convenor Construction) 4. Chief Engineer (Civil) 5.D. G.E. Chief Engineer (Civil) 6. J. J. Additional Secretary/ 3. JMD (HRD.) as Member Convenor 1. (Civil) 1.. Director (Projects Construction) 4. Director (Transmission & Grid Operation) 89 .M. (Rev. 2. IPC & Reforms) 2. JMD (HRD. General Manager (Personnel) Member Convenor Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors. Director (Transmission) 3. Director (Technical) 5. Comml.

Director (R. C. Deputy Chief Controller of Accounts 4.M... Financial Adviser & Chief Controller of Accounts 3. G. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Director with JMD (HRD. Senior Accounts Officer Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors and Financial Adviser & Chief Controller of Accounts Incharge of 90 . Secretary (Per.) as Member Convenor 4.) 2. IPC & Reforms) as Member Convenor.) as Member Convenor. Secretary Dy.Financial Advisor & Chief Controller of Accounts 1. (Personnel) Member Convenor 4. 1.Financial Advisor & Chief Controller of Accounts incharge of Administration 3.G. Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg. Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Director with JMD (HRD. Dy. Secretary 3. Comml.Special Secretary 7.) as Member Convenor Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors 2. General Manager (Per. Addl. ACCOUNTS SERVICE Executive Director (Accounts) Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors with Joint Managing Director (Rev & HRD) as Member Convenor Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors with Joint Managing Director (Rev & HRD) as Member Convenor Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors and Financial Adviser & Chief Controller of Accounts Incharge of Administration General Manager (Perl. & Co-ordination) 6. Comml. (HRD & TRG) as Member Convenor 1. IPC & Reforms) as Member Convenor.M. Director (Projects Consturction) 5. Personnel Officer 1. Chairman & Managing Director and full time Directors 2.) 2. 2.) Member Convenor III.A. Additional Secretary 7. Addl. Secretary (Per.

Comml. C.M. Director (Transmission) & Grid Operation) 4. J..A. A. Director (Projects) 6.) as Member Convenor 1. Comml.A. IPC & REFORMS) 91 . Additional Secretary/ Special Secretary 8. A.JMD (HRD. Director (Transmission) 3. In-charge of Administration 7.G. (Personnel) as Member Convenor 6. (Rev. Assistant Accounts Officer 1.M. (Rev.D. & C. & Cooridination) 6. Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg. Director (Projects Construction) 5. IPC & Reforms) 2. C.D.) as Member Convenor. G. Director (R.F.M. Director (Projects Construction) 5. Director (Finance & Rev.M.&CCA Incharge of Administration 7.&CCA Incharge of Administration 7. Additional Secretary 8..M. IPC & Reforms) 2.A..) 3.) as Member Convenor 1.) 3. COMML. Director (Finance & Rev. G.G.A. & HRD) 4. In-charge of Administration 7. (HRD & Trg. Director (Technical) 5.C. Accounts Officer 1.M.) as Member Convenor 5. incharge of Administration 3. Director (Technical) 5.Administration General Manager (Perl. & HRD) 4.C. Director (Projects) 6. & C. (Personnel) as Member Convenor G. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. J.A.JMD (HRD. Director (Transmission) 3. Additional Secretary/ Special Secretary 8. F. (HRD & Trg. Director (Finance) 2.A. & Cooridination) 6. Additional Secretary 8. Director (Transmission) & Grid Operation) 4.F. Director (R. F. Director (Finance) 2.

In case an officer proceeds on long leave or transferred or the post is vacant for a period of one month and above the available hired vehicle shall be discontinued till a regular incumbent assumes charge.12.Vehicle-Committee .O. (CEE/DFID&APL) Ms.3) Assistant Divisional Engineers / Assistant Executive Engineers / TL & SS / TLC / Lines are to be provided with Jeeps and Assistant Divisional Engineers / MRT / TRE / Assistant Divisional Engineers / Telecom are to be provided with Vans to facilitate mounting of instruments. The vehicles provided as per the norms shall continue along with the posts indicated against each and no further approvals of AP Transco for hiring of the vehicles would be required. Read the following:- T. The Chief Engineer should ensure the same. 219 Dated.Issued. After careful consideration of the recommendations of this committee. No.O.2.O.5) As per the above norms the Vehicles to be provided to the Various field officers are indicated in Annexure-A. Civil Telecom are to be provided with Jeeps.07. 92 . However in isolated sub-divisions proposals for providing an independent vehicle should be submitted to the Director concerned which will be approved with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue). HIRING AND ALLOCATION: 2. No. 1. 31.1. (CE-P-D) Ms. AP Transco accords approval for the following norms to be followed. 2. : 29-12-2003. Field Officers Entitlements 1. A clause to this effect may be incorporated in the hire aggrement it self. 1.O. ORDERS: In the reference cited a Committee was constituted to finalize and fix the norms for providing Vehicles to the various field officers in AP Transco to reduce the number of vehicles to the barest minimum. Dt. The vehicles allotted as per norms indicated in Annexure shall only be utilized and no deviation will be permitted. T.Recommendations and approved norms for providing Vehicles to the various field officers in AP Transco . NO. 27. (CEE/DFID & APL) Ms. 117.4) 400 KV & Civil construction: For every two sub-divisions there will be one jeep to look after the construction works.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD ABSTRACT AP TRANSCO .2003. 2. 1.O.2000.2) All Divisional Engineers/Executive Engineers / TL & SS / TLC and MRT / TRE. 1.O. 210 Dt. 1.1) All Chief Engineers & Superintending Engineers are to be provided with Non A/C Diesel Cars. The concerned Chief Engineers shall be empowered to sanction the renewals for hiring of the vehicles annually by adopting uniform rates as indicated in the T.Orders .

Mini Bus (Total 4 Nos.P.A. Available Departmental Car + 2 Nos. Hired Cars) and 1 No. the concerned officer should submit necessary proposals along with justification for exceeding the mileage and obtain approval of the Director concerned. 4. The SE/Purchases shall take necessary action.4. No. FINALIZATION OF TENDERS: 4. accidents etc. MILEAGE : 3. cranes. M. It is preferred that the same driver and vehicle serve each officer continuously.5.V. tractor-trailers.V.) 3. 3. Tax in respect of all the Vehicles proposed to be supplied to AP Transco should invariably be paid for the contract period and they should be reputed as Taxis with statewide permit. whatever. tower wagons. All the eligible officers (indicated in Annexure-A) can engage the hired vehicle with mileage of 2500 KMs per month with an attendance of 12 Hrs / day in all days including Holidays and festivals by adopting departmental formalities. Cars are allotted exclusively for conveyance of the teaching guest faculties and Mini Bus for Trainees and other regular works.3. required permission shall be obtained by the contractor and AP Transco will reimburse the same at actual on production of receipt from RTA. 4..5. Tax & Registration: M. For official use of Central Training Institute 3 Nos. in case of break down. of Non A/C Diesel Cars/Jeeps/Vans with a mileage of 2500 KM’s per month on monthly hire basis 4. For any journeys outside A. (These 2 Nos. 4. Drivers: The Drivers of the cars / Jeeps / Vans shall be covered under a Group insurance policy. hired Cars of the Central Training Institute shall be included in Vidyut Soudha Tenders. bucket ladders.3.1. All the vehicles shall have valid pollution under control certificate issued by RTA or authorized agency and must be renewed as and when falls due during the period of contract.V.2 Due to exigencies of the work if the above-stipulated mileage exceeds.2 Period of Contract: Three years from the date of award of contract and renewable for every year. Only the Car supplier of sole proprietor or agency shall be responsible for settlement of any such claims arising out of accidents. Buses etc. Frequent changes causing inconvenience to the officers may entail cancellation of the hiring of the vehicle and the additional cost in hiring alternate 93 . The concerned Directors will arrange for the redeployment of the vehicles as indicated in the Annexure . 4. vehicles) will be permitted. 2. Driver’s (Professional) license. Autos. will continue as per present untilization and requirements. Cars (1 No.4 Vehicles such as lorries.1 Scope of Work: The Scope of work includes providing the required No. All the drivers of the vehicles should possess valid L. Car for superintending Engineer / Central Training Institute & 2 Nos.2. AP Transco shall not be responsible for any kind of litigation. Insurance: All vehicles proposed to be supplied to AP Transco should invariably have comprehensive General Insurance policies for the period of contract.. 2.

driver’s salary and all incidental charges like insurance. Tax etc.9 Reckoning of Kms and Time: The reckoning of KM’s will be counted from the Head-quarters or from the Garage of the agency (whichever distance is less) to the designated place by the officer using the vehicle.S.11. The successful bidder shall make the vehicles available for inspection before actually providing the same to AP Transco officer. 4. The agency is responsible for obtaining licenses under the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act. In the event of contractor’s failure to do so. Eligibility Criteria: i) The Bidder should be a reputed agency in the business for the past 2 years at least.per day. ii) The rate per extra Hour beyond 12 hours shall be quoted. 4. Prices: The rates quoted shall be firm i) Lump sum hire charges for 2500 KMs per month with an attendance of 12 hours duty/day during all days in a month inclusive of holidays and festivals and inclusive of the cost of H. lubricants. to the inspecting officer authorized by AP Transco and when requisitioned. and to whom they have provided in the past. The supplier should maintain spare vehicle of the same standards to meet such emergencies. In case the provisions of the Act have no application to the agency it is his responsibility to obtain "Non Applicable” Certificate from the appropriate Authority. with list of clients. with hire details. Driver’s batta is payable only if the duty hours on the day exceed 12 hours. The vehicles should be maintained in perfect condition and well upholstered. taxi permit.7 Inspection: All the vehicles should be put up for inspection along with the original documents like ‘RC’ (Registration Certificate).10. Vehicles not confirming to this specification will be rejected. insurance policy. iii) The rate per extra KM in blocs of 50 KMs beyond the 2500 shall be quoted. at the cost of the contractor besides imposing penalty at the rate of Rs. 4. M. vehicle wise. repairs. No claim towards extra hours is admissible for night halts. 94 . The driver engaged shall be well dressed and well mannered and should conduct himself in a respectable manner and he shall be provided with Identity Card issued by the Agency to be displayed at all times on duty. 4.vehicle shall be to the account of the contractor. MODEL OF VEHICLES: Vehicles model shall be 1998 or after with state-wide permit shall only be considered for hiring.6. The reckoning of hours will be from the time of reporting to the designated place and to the time of release by the officer. ii) The bidder shall enclose list of vehicles available with them along with year of manufacture.V. 4. Valid pollution under control certificate etc.D. 1970. 500/. iv) Driver’s Batta per day for night halt only shall be quoted. the supplier should provide a replacement of vehicle in good running condition within 1 hour of receiving such report. 4. the AP Transco may hire an alternate vehicle.8. Oil. Breakdown of the Vehicle: In case of vehicle breakdown. The RC shall be in the name of the agency or its sole proprietor.

that the driving contract agency’s Owner / Contractor is not related to any of the employees and Officers / Directors of AP TRANSCO/DISCOMS/APGENCO.12. demonstrations. 6. 19. 5. Dated : 23.12.14. Liability: AP Transco shall not be responsible for any liability or damages suffered by the tenderer of the vehicle entrusted on hire or its driver during the course of the hire period. DRIVERS: 5. fire. 5. etc. The agreements shall be made in the standard format communicated separately as Annexure-B. as defined in TOO (GM (IR) .13.8. This order is issued with the concurrence of Director/Finance & Revenue vide Reg. 1970. No. Death.2003. absconding or proceeded on long leave.12. NO. An undertaking to this effect should be obtained from the agency before awarding of the contract as defined in TOO (GM (IR)-Per) Ms. 210 Dt. 5.2003.Per) Ms. Tenders shall be called for hiring of vehicles at circle level on consolidated.1 Wherever departmental Vehicles are available without departmental drivers due to retirement. 4. basis and finalize the tenders adopting uniform rates as indicated in the TOO (CE-P-D) Ms. The concerned Chief Engineers are required to obtain an undertaking / declaration from the agency.3. Dated : 23. On undertaking this effect should be obtained from the agency before awarding of the contract. strikes. the concerned Chief Engineers can permit the sanction of driving work on contract basis for the departmental vehicles by adopting departmental formalities and ensure payment of wages to contract drivers as per the concerned District Standard Schedule Rates only after approval of the Director concerned. In case the provisions of the Act are not applicable to the agency. 2370/D (F)/ 2003. it is the Agency’s responsibility to obtain “Not applicable” certificate from the appropriate Authority. riots. NO. any out of but not restricted to. 129. The concerned Chief Engineers should ensure the same.v) AP Transco shall not be liable for payment of any penalties claimed by concerned authorities for all offences punishable under law. 129.2003. Dt.2000. 27. The Owner / Manager of the Agency providing vehicles to the field officers shall not be related to any of the employees and Officers / Directors of AP Transco / DISCOMS / APGENCO.8. No. accidents. 4. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR Encl: 1) Annexure -A 2) Annexure – B 95 . natural calamities. 4.2 The concerned Chief Engineers are requested to ensure that the engagement of driving work on contract basis is through agency only and the agency is responsible for obtaining licenses under the contract labour (Regulation and abolition) Act.

O. Controlling officer As Existing Type of Vehicle Car Jeep Van Dept. METRO (TL&SS) Circle SE/TL&SS Metro Zone Hyd. Hire Total As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks HYDERABAD ZONE CE/TL&SS/ Hyd. Circle / Hyd DE/MRT/Mahaboobnagar ADE/MRT/Mahaboobnagar DE/ETH/TL&SS/Mahaboobnagar DE/MRT/TL&SS/Hyd. 24. (CEE/DFID & APL) Ms. Hire Dept. 219/2003.O.2003. No. Hire Dept.A To the T.ANNEXURE . DE/EHT/TL&SS / Erragadda DE/EHT/TL&SS/ Chandrayanagutta DE/EHT/TL&SS/Moulali DE/MRT/TL&SS/Metro Zone DE/CBD/Moulali DE/CBD/Chandrayanagutta ADE/Hot LInes/MZ ADE/CBD/Erraggadda ADE/Maintenance / Erragadda ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Metro Zone ADE/Maintenance / Shapurnagar HYDERABAD (TL&SS Circle/Hyd) SE/TL&SS/Hyd.12. Dt. DE/EHT/L&SS/Yeddumailaram 400 KV Mamidipally (O&M) SE/O&M/400 KV SS / Mamidipally SE/O&M/400 KV SS / Mamidipally ADE/400 KV lines / Mamidipally Page Total 1 4 3 1 1 1 8 4 1 1 1 1 21 4 1 1 1 12 6 1 1 1 22 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 96 .

ADE/MRT/TRE/SD-I/Hyd ADE/MRT/TRE/SD-II/Hyd AEE/TLC/Stores. ADE/MRT/EHT/TLC/Hyd.Hyd. EE/TLC/R(N)HYD DE/MRT/TLC/TRE/Hyd.sagar/ Nalgonda ADE/TL&SS/Nalgonda ADE/LinesII/Nalgonda (TLC Circle) Minit.Controlling officer Car Dept. Hire Total As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks NALGONDA (TL&SS Circle) SE/TL&SS/ Nalgonda DE/EHT/TL&SS/MIryalguda DE/TL&SS/Nagarjunasagar ADE/Lines/Nagarjunasagar ADE/MRT/TL&SS/N. AEE/TLC/RM/SD-ii/HYD AEE/TLC/Kalwakurthy (DFID) AEE/TLC/Khammam (DFID) AEE/TLC/RD/Nalgonda AEE/TLC/TLC/R(S)/Nalgonda AEE/TLCRural(N) Mahaboobnagar AEE/TLC/SD/Mahaboobnagar AEE/TLC/Nizamabad AEE/TLC/SD-I/Nizamabad Page Total HYd / Zone Total 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 26 47 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 17 29 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 9 22 44 0 1 2 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 4 6 16 12 10 1 2 2 6 97 . SE/TLC/MC/Hyd. As Existing Type of Vehicle Jeep Van Hire Dept.Hyd. EE/TLC/RM/Hyd EE/TLC/Stores/Erragadda EE/TLC/DFID/Hyd. Hire Dept. AEE/TLC/RM/SD-I/Hyd.

Hire KADAPA ZONE CE/TL&SS/ Kadapa KADAPA (TL&SS) circle SE/TL & SS/Kadapa DE/MRT/EHT/Kadapa DE/TL&SS/Kadapa DE/EHT/Yerraguntla DE/M/Chitoor ADE/LInes/Kadapa ADE/SS/Cninakampalli ADE/Hotlines/Kadapa ADE/M/ReNIgunta ADE/TL&SS/Tirupati ADE/M/Kalikiri ADE/MRT/Renigunta KURNOOL (TL&SS) Circle SE/TL & SS/Kurnool DE/Windfarms / Anantapur DE/400 KV Lines / O&M/SRISAILAM DE/400 KV Lines / Nannur DE/TL&SS/Kurnool DE/TL&SS/Ananthapur ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Ananthapur ADE/Lines/Kurnool ADE/Lines/Dharmavaram ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Kurnool ADE/Lines/Srisailam ADE/Lines/Anantapur ADE/Maintenance/Hindupur ADE/Lines/Nandyal ADE/Lines/Gooty Page Total 0 SE/TLC/Kadapa 1 EE/TLC/Kadapa AEE/TLC/Madanapalli AEE/TLC-II/Kadapa AEE/TLC/Stores/Kadapa DE/TLC/TRE/Kadapa 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Omni Bus 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 25 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 7 1 3 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 28 1 1 1 1 1 1 98 . Controlling officer Car Dept.12. Hire Total Van As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks Dept.2003.O. 24. Dt.O. 219/2003.ANNEXURE . (CEE/DFID & APL) Ms.A To the T. As Existing Type of Vehicle Jeep Hire Dept. No.

ADE/TLC/TRE/Kadapa ADE/TLC/TRE-II/Kadapa EE/TLC/Kurnool AEE/TLC/SD/Kurnool AEE/TLC/SD/Ananthapur AEE/TLC/Tadipatri Page Total KADAPA / Zone Total 1 1 1 1 1 7 15 1 1 0 3 0 3 6 10 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 36 6 1 1 1 1 1 9 30 1 4 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 39 99 .

NNEXURE - A To the T.O.O. (CEE/DFID & APL) Ms. No. 219/2003, Dt. 24.12.2003.

Controlling officer Car Dept.

As Existing Type of Vehicle Jeep Van Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire

Total

As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V

Total

Remarks

VISAKHAPATNAM ZONE CE/TL&SS/ Visakhapatnam VISAKHAPATNAM (TL&SS) circle SE/TL & SS/Visakhapatnam SE/400 kVSS/Kalapaka DE/MRT/TL&SS/Visakhapatnam DE/TL&SS/Gajuwaka DE/TL&SS/HYDC/Mothugudem DE/MRT/EHT/Kalapaka DE/TL&SS/Garividi ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Visakhapatnam ADE/Lines/Mothugudem 1ADE/HVDC/Lower Sileru ADE/Lines/Gajuwaka ADE/Hot Lines/Gajuwaka ADE/TL&SS/Simhachalam ADE/MRT/Simhachalam ADE/Lines/Simhachalam ADE/O&M/Pendurti ADE/TL&SS/Garividi ADE/MRT/400 KV / Kalpaka Page Total

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 12 1 4

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 19

1 1 1 1

1

1 1 1 1 1 1

2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 16

Omni Bus

0

3

1 5

1

7

0

100

Controlling officer Car Dept.

As Existing Type of Vehicle Jeep Van Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire

Total

As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V

Total Remarks

RAJAHMUNDRY (TL&SS) Circle SE/TL&SS/ Rajahmundry DE/TL&SS/Bommuru DE/TL & SS/Nidadavole ADE/EHT/Lines/Bommuru ADE/MRT/Bommuru ADE/MRT/Pedda Tadepalli ADE/Lines/Bhimadole RAJAHMUNDRY (TLC) Circle SE/TLC/Rjy EE/TLC/Rjy. AEE/TLC/Lines0I/Rjy. AEE/TLC/Lines-II/Rjy. AEE/TLC/SS/Rjy. AEE/TLC/Materials/Bommuru DE/MRT/EHT/Rjy. EE/TLC/VSP AEE/TLC/lines-I VSP AEE/TLC/Lines-II/VSP AEE/TLC/SS/VSP Page Total VZA / Zone Total 1 1 1 4 1 9 14 1 7 2 14 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 19 35 2 5 1 12 24 2 6 1 16 35 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

101

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Controlling officer

Total

Total Remarks

VIJAYAWADA Zone CE/TL&SS/ Vijayawada VIJAYAWADA (TL&SS) Circle SE/TL&SS/Vijayawada DE/MRT/TL&SS/Vijayawada DE/ETL & SS/Gunadala DE/TL & SS/Guntur DE/MRT/TL & SS/Vijayawada DE/TL & SS/Gunadala ADE/EHT/Lines/Tadepalli ADE/EHT/Lines/Gunadala ADE/TL & SS/Hotlines/Gunadala ADE/MRT/TL & SS/Vijayawada ADE/EHT/Lines/Guntur ADE/MRT/TL & SS/Guntur VIJAYAWADA (TLC) Circle) SE/TLC/Vijayawada EE/TLC/VJA EE/TLC/GNT DE/MRT/EHT/VJA AEE/TLC/SS/VJA AEE/TLC/L/VJA AEE/TLC/GNT AEE/TLC/TRE/VJA AEE/TLC/Stores/Vijayawada NELLORE (TL&SS) Circle SE/TL&SS NELLORE DE/MRT/TL&SS/Nellore DEE/TL&SS/Nellore DE/TL&SS/Ongole DE/TL&SS/Podili ADE/Hotlines/Nellore 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

102

As Existing Controlling officer Car Dept. Type of Vehicle Jeep Van Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Total

As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks

ADE/TL&SS/Nellore ADE/TL&SS/Sullurpeta ADE/TL&SS/Ongole ADE/MRT/Nellore ADE/MRT/Ongole Page Total NELLORE(TLC Circle) SE/TLC/Nellore EE/TLC/Nellore DE/MRT/EHT/TLC/Nellore EE/TLC/Tirupathi AEE/TLC/SD.I/Tirupathi AEE/TLC/SD.II/Tirupathi AEE/TLC/SS/SD/Nellore AEE/TLC/SS/SD/Ongole Page Total VJA / Zone Total 0 0 1 6 1 1 4 13 1 1 1 1 1 0 5 9 1

1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 33 4

1 1 1 1 1 21 7

1 1 1 1 1 32

7 10

1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 7 7 39

1 2 1 9 11 0 2

2 1 8 41 1 5

1 1 6 27

103

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As Existing Controlling officer Car Dept. Type of Vehicle Jeep Van Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Total As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks

WARANGAL Zone CE/TL&SS/ Warangal WARANGAL (TL&SS) Circle SE/TL&SS/Warangal DE/MRT/TL&SS/Warangal DE/TL&SS/Warangal ADE/EHT/L & SS/ Seetharampatnam ADE/TL&SS/Warangal ADE/Maintenance. 220 KVSS Warangal ADE/TL&SS/Paloncha ADE/M/220. KV.SS/Seetharampatnam ADE/Maintenance/220.KV SS/ WaddakothaPalli ADE/Maintenance/220.KV SS/ Budidampadu KARIMNAGAR (TL&SS) Circle SE/TL&SS/Karimnagar DE/TL&SS/Karimnagar ADE/TL&SS/Karimnagar DE/TL&SS/Ramagundam NIZAMABAD (TL&SS) Circle SE/TL&SS/Nizamabad DE/MRT/TL&SS/Nizamabad DE/EHT/TL&SS/NIrmal DE/TL&SS/Ditechpally ADE/MANT/220KVSS/Ditechpally ADE/MANT/220KVSS/Nirmal ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Nizamabad Page Total

1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 22

7

5

5 2

2

21

4

12

104

Controlling officer Car Dept.

As Existing Type of Vehicle Jeep Van Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire

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As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V

Total Remarks

WARANGAL (TLC) Circle SE/TLC/ Warangal EE/TLC/Karimnagar DE/MRT/EHT/TLC/Warangal EE/TLC. Warangal EE/TLC/Nizamabad ADE/MRT/TLC/Warangal ADE/TLC/Nizamabad AEE/TLC(N)/Karimnagar AEE/TLC/S-D/Warangal AEE/TLC/S.D./Khammam AEE/TLC/SD/Jagityal Page Total WGL Zone / Total

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 9

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 31

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 21

0 0

2 9

4 0 9 2

0 2

1 5

1 7

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 33

105

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Controlling officer

As Existing Type of Vehicle Car Jeep Van Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire

Total

As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J Zipsy

Total Remarks

TELECOM WING SE/Telecom/Kadapa SE/Telecom/Vijayawada SE/Telecom/Hyderabad DE/Telecom/Cuddapah DE/Telecom/Nizamabad ADE/Telecom/Anantapur DE/Telecom/Nellore ADE/Telecom/Ongole DE/Telecom/Vijayawada DE/Visakhapatnam ADE/Telecom/Bommuru ADE/Telecom/Garividi ADE/Telecom/Kakinada/Yanam DE/Telecom/Warangal DE/Telecom/Hyderabad ADE/Telecom/Chandrayangutta ADE/Telecom/Medak ADE/Telecom/Mahaboobnagar ADE/Telecom/Nalgonda ADE/Telecom/Khammam ADE/Telecom/Karimnagar ADE/Telecom/Tirupati ADE/Telecom/Srisailam ADE/Telecom/Kurnool ADE/Telecom/VHF/ECCC/Hyd. ADE/Telecom/Gajuwaka ADE/Telecom/Gunadala ADE/Telecom/Eluru ADE/Telecom/400KVSS/Kalapaka ADE/Telecom/Nizamabad ADE/Telecom/Guntur ADE/Telecom/Nellore (NTS) TELECOM WING TOTAL

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 22

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 32

1

1

2

14 10

1

0

28

3

7

106

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As Existing Controlling officer Type of Vehicle Car Jeep Van Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Total

As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks

7. CIVIL EE/Civil/ Rajahmundry EE/Civil/C&M/VS/Hyd EE/TLC/Civil/Kadapa EE/TLC/Civil/Rajahmundry EE/TLC/Civil/Hyderbad EE/400KV/Civil/Hyderabad 1 EE/400KV/Civil/Kurnool EE/400KV/Civil/Rajahmundry AEE/Civil/SD-3/QC/Rajahmundry AEE/Civil/SD-4/QC/Rajahmundry AEE/Civil/SD-5/QC/Kadapa AEE/TLC/SD-1/Kadapa AEE/TLC/SD-2/Kurnool AEE/TLC/SD-3/Kurnool AEE/TLC/SD-4/Tirupathi AEE/TLC/SD-5/Nellore AEE/TLC/SD-6/Ongole AEE/TLC/SD-2/Rajamundry AEE/TLC/SD-6/Rajamundry AEE/TLC/SD-3/Vijayawada AEE/TLC/SD-7/Vijayawada AEE/TLC/SD-1/Visakhapatnam AEE/TLC/SD-4/Visakhapatnam AEE/TLC/SD-5/Visakhapatnam AEE/TLC/SD-9/Visakhapatnam AEE/TLC/SD-8/Guntur Page Total 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 19

1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 19

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

3

10

3 0

0

16

0

0

107

As Existing Controlling officer Type of Vehicle Car Jeep Van Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Total

As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks

AEE/TLC/SD-1/Hyderabad AEE/TLC/SD-2/Hyderabad AEE/TLC/SD-3/R.R. (North) AEE/TLC/SD-4/(South) AEE/TLC/SD-5/Nalgonda North AEE/TLC/SD-6/Nalgonda South AEE/TLC/SD-7/Mahaboobnagar AEE/TLC/SD-8/Warangal AEE/TLC/SD-9/Karimnagar AEE/400KV/Civil/SD-1/Hyderabad AEE/400KV/Civil/SD-1/Kurnool AEE/400KV/Civil/SD-2/Kurnool AEE/400KV/Civil/SD-1/Rajahmundry AEE/400KV/Civil/SD-2/Rajahmundry Page Total Civil Wing Total 0 0 0 3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1

6 16

2 0 5 0

0 0

8 24

0 0

9 28

0 0

9 28

108

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As Existing Controlling officer Type of Vehicle Car Jeep Van Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Dept. Hire Total

As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks

400 KV L&SS Wing FIELD CIRCLE / MINT SE/400 KVL & SS/Hyd. EE/400KV/DIV-I/SS/Hyd AEE/400KV/DIV-I/SS/Hyd AEE/400KV/DIV-I/SD-III/Hyd AEE/400KV/DIV-I/SD/Hyd EE/400KV/DIV-II/Hyd EE/TLC/400 KV/Kurnool. RAJAHMUNDRY Circle SE/400 KV/L&SS/Rajahmundry EE/400 KV/L&SS/Rajahmundry AEE/400 KV/L&SS/Rajahmundry EE/400 KV / L & SS / VJA. AEE/400 KV / L & SS /SD-I/VJA AEE/400 KV / L & SS /SD-II/VJA AEE/400 KV / L & SS /Rjy. VISAKHAPATNAM Circle SE/400/KV L & SS/Visakhapatnam AEE/SD-II/400 KV Lines/VSP AEEI/400 KV/SS/Visakhapatnam EE/400KV Lines/Vsp EE/400KV/SS/Vsp AEE/400 KV/Lines DvN. AEE/400 KV/ Lines AEE (400KV L&Ss/Chittoor 400KV L&SS Wing Total 1 2 15 1 1 1 1 1 4 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 22 3 1 1 15 0 1 1 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

109

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As Existing Controlling officer Car Dept. Type of Vehicle Jeep Hire Dept. Hire Van Dept. Hire Total

As per Norms Type of Vehicle C J V Total Remarks

Central Training Wing SE/(Trg.)CTI,/Hyd. DE/(Trg.)CTI/Hyd DE/T&D/CT/Hyd SAO/CT/Hyd Total Field Total 1 6 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 38 112 57 48 1 1 1 1 4 3 34 0 181 0 56 3 271 7 268 3 3 Mini Bus

RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR

110

. officers of ......... Number of Vehicle to be provided 111 ........... ( Name of Conractor) as other part WHEREAS the APTRANSCO invited bids for providing hired vehicle to .............................. NOW THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSES AS FOLLOWS : 1. ......... 3. In consideration of the payments to be made by the APTRANSCO to the Contractor as hereinafter mentioned.................................................................. The General Conditions of Contract.No............................. viz...... day of ........: (a) (b) (c) (d) The Bid Form and the Price Schedule submitted by the Bidder.... In this Agreement words and expressions will have the same meanings as are respectively assigned to them in the Conditions of Contract referred to........ as one part and ........... 2........ The Specifications............. The APTRANSCO’s Notification of A ward.... the Contractor hereby covenants with the APTRANSCO to provide the vehicles in all respects with the provisions of the Contract............ Between APTRANSCO.........................................B Contract agreement form THIS AGREEMENT made the ..... the Contract Price or such other sum as may become payable under the provisions of the Contract at the times and in the manner prescribed by the Contract... and has accepted a bid by the Contractor for providing hired vehicles at a total cost of Rs......... (Contract Price in Words and Figures) (hereinafter called the Contract Price”)....... 4...... The following documents will be deemed to form and be read and construed as part of this Agreement............. Brief particulars of the vehicles which will be provided by the Contractor are as under: Brief Description of vehicle to be provided Monthly Hire charge for 2500 KM per month per vehicle Sl.......Annexure ....... The APTRANSCO hereby covenants to pay the contractor in consideration of the provision of the vehicles....................... 200 ...............................................

....................... 100/................ NOTE: To be executed on a Rs....................... 112 . (for the APTRANSCO) in the presence of ................................... Sealed and Delivered by the said .................. (Rupees .......................... Signed.... only) IN WITNESS where of the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed on the day and year first above written............Non-Judicial stamp paper........Total Value............. (for the Contractor) in the prersence of ... Signed................................ Sealed and Delivered by the said ......

CE/Elec.12. Dated. APTRANSCO . No.O. CE will hold addl. Murthy. M. No. (Per-GM/P) Rt. duly terminating the addl.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA: HYDERABAD ABSTRACT Estt. Present post Re-designated as Name of the CE POsted Sri.-HRD) Ms. CE/Elec.2003 Read the following:T. charge of the post of CE/ 400/kV during the leave period of Sri M. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T.. (C. These orders shall come into force with immediate effect.G. Sainath. M.S. 222 Date: 31.M. S. charge held by Sri M. CE/Transmission CE/Construction (Contruction) Project Planning. CE/DFID&APL CE/Transmission Sri K. 179. Gopal Rao.No. Murthy 2. procurement and monitoring contruction works of 400 KV Transmission Lines & Sub-Stations O&M of all transmission LInes & Sub-Stations.O. ORDER: After careful consideration. : 20-10-2003. the following posts are redesignated.O.Registration of the posts of certain Chief Engineers-Orders Issued. RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 113 .O.N. Balance works of DFID & APL and subjects presently being handled by SE/Purchases 2. CE/Transmission CE/400 KV (O&M) Sri. Consequent to above redesignations.N. Procurement and monitoring contruction works of 220 KV & 132 KV Transmission Lines & Sub-Stations Project planning. Sainath 3. 3.S. Sri K. Gopala Rao Subjects 1.

(JMD/(V&S) Ms.1000/- Three Increments as personal Pay Two Increments as personal Pay b) 2nd & subsequent occassion. 22.O. State:a) Ist occassion One Increment as personal Cash Award of Rs. Description of Game or sports event.93 Dated.P. T.500/- b) 2nd & subsequent occassion.300/- Cash Award of Rs. 3) B.01. Dated. 5 Dt: 4. No. IG (V&S) Ms. 3rd cited the APTRANSCO hereby accords approval for the following revised incentives to be awarded to the best sportsmen/sports women of the AP TRANSCO/ DISCOMS. National:a) Ist occassion Cash Award of Rs.Issued. : 31. Ms.750/- Cash Award of Rs. Dt. 649.200/- b) 2nd & subsequent occassion. (Spl.500/- Three Increments as personal Pay Cash Award of Rs.12.P.Orders .International :a) Ist occassion INCENTIVES Winners (2) Runners (3) 3rd Place (4) Promotion to next cadre Subject to possession of qualification Cash Award of Rs.2003 Read the following:- In modification of the orders issued in the B.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA: HYDERABAD-82 SPORTS . (1) I.Revised . III.7. 114 .1000/Cash Award of Rs. 224 1) B.P.Incentives to Outstanding Sportsmen and Sports women of APTRANSCO / DISCOMS . II.4. JMD (V&S)/SPORTS/SO/06/2001.1000/- Two Increment as personal Pay Cash Award of Rs. 2) Memo No. No. 14.86.05. No.O.750/- One Increment as personal Pay Cash Award of Rs.500/- Cash Award of Rs.750/Cash Award of Rs.

BEST PLAYER IN THE ALL INDIA INTER STATE ELECTRICITY BOARDS TOURNAMENT OF NATIONAL LEVEL a) 1st occassion Cash Award of Rs. 100/- Cash Award of Rs. 300/- -- -- b) 2nd & Subsequnet occassion VI.700/Cash Award of Rs.All India Inter State Electricity Board Tournament:a) Ist occassion Two Increments as personal Pay Cash Award of Rs.500/- Two Increment as personal Pay Cash Award of Rs.1000/One Increment as personal Pay Cash Award of Rs. V. 300/- b) 2nd & subsequent occassion.(1) (2) (3) (4) IV. 50/- 115 . 200/INTER CIRCLE CHAMPTION SHIP IN VARIOUS SPORTS AND GAMES INCLUDING CULTURAL PROGRAMME Cash Award of Rs. and -- -- Cash Award of Rs. LOCAL CHAMPTION SHIP CONDUCTED BY ASSOCIATIONS AFFILIATED CLUBS TO SPORTS AUTHORITY OF ANDHRA PRADESH.

However in the case of Manager and coaches of winning teams of 1991-92 matches are eligible for the incentives if they have already not drawn . and that such sports person is eligible for a maximum of two increments as personal and beyond that for a cash a ward of Rs. COMML. 3) The working instructions relating to sanction of Incentive increments are as per the ANNEXURE. he is eligible for one increment as personal pay in the first occassion and one more increment as personal pay in the second or subsequent occassion. SAIPRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD." (ii) If a sportsperson is a runner in the first occassion and winner in the second or subsequent occassion at the ALL INDIA INTER STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD TOURNMENT.. He is eligible for TWO INCREMENTS as Personal Pay in the first occassion and one more increment as personal pay in the second or subsequent occassion. Comml. and that such sports person is eligible for a maximum of three increments as personal pay and beyond that for a cash a ward of Rs1. REFORMS) 116 ..1000/. 2) The Incentive scheme shall be limited to participating players only not to others who accompany the teams as Managers and Coaches etc..000/. the incentive increments at any time earlier. IPC. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE ANDHRA PRADESH TRANSMISSION CORPORATION LIMITED) G. 4) The Andhra Pradesh Transmission Corporation Limited empowers the Joint Managing Director/ (HRD.for each such occassion.FURTHER IT IS ORDERED THAT: "(i) If a person is a RUNNER in the FIRST OCCASION and WINNER in the SECOND or SUBSEQUENT OCCASSION at the NATION LEVEL. IPC and Reforms) /APTRANSCO to consider proposals for Incentives and grant them to the eligible sportsman and sports women under the scheme on production of required certificates from the concerned authorities.for each occassion” 1) All pending cases shall be decided on the above lines only.

224. 2) Participants for the National champion ship shall be as per the guidelines of sports authority of Andhra Pradesh. 3) The clearance certificate of participation be given by the government of India to that tournament..ANNEXURE TO T. STATE:1) The concerned District Association must be a member of concerned district of sports authority. NATIONAL LEVEL:1) The concerned state association's must -be a member of Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh. 2) The tournament must have been approved by the concerned international federations. No. JMD/(V&S)/APTRANSCO) Ms. as the case may be. REFORMS) 117 . Dt:31-12-03 INTERNATIONAL:1) The tournament should be played between three or more countries. COMML. At the cost of government of India or otherwise. 3) The tournament must be conducted by the concerned National Federation according to the guidelines of sports autuoroty of India.O.O. SAIPRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. 3) In case of any doubt regarding sanction of Incentive Increment the sanctioning authority clarification should be sought from the concerned sports association federation /Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh or Sports Authority of India. G. The concerned state association must be regular in submitted the audited accounts to sports authority of Andhra Pradesh and getting regular annual grants. 2) The state champion ship conducted by the concerned sports state association must be as per guidelines of sport Authority of Andhra Pradesh. IPC.

23.02.shall be deducted every month from the salary/wages of the employee as employees contribution and equal share shall be contributed by the employer. iii The modalities relating to recovery of the arrears of EPF contributions paid by the employer on behalf of employees from the state of joining and upto 31. 3.07.6500/.PM.6.O. 1952 made there under to all the employees to whom it is statutority applicable and who were appointed and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 01. payable for the delayed remittances in respect of employees statutorily covered under the scheme will be represented to the concerned authorities for waiver as er per law explaining the circumstances under which the remittances in time could not be made. limiting the matching contribution by AP Transco to Rs.2003 to all the employees appointed by AP Transco on consolidated pay and drawing more than Rs.Per) Ms. and the same shall be recovered from the pay of the employees in suitable installments.O read above.227 Dt.6500/-PM as they are “excluded” from the purview of the Act /Scheme.12.O (GM(IR).1999and whose salary/wages exceeds Rs. 4.Issued.M 2.33% shall be transferred to the Pension Fund 1995 and the balance shall be transferred to the Employees account in addition to his own contribution of 12% on Rs.fallen due both is respect of the employees who were appointed and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 01.to the scheme.O.6500/.Per) Ms.(Pay + DA) only.O (CGM (HRD&TRG). ORDER: In the T.6500/.12.2003. The penal interest or damages.500/. The EPF & MP Act 1952 was not made applicable to employees whose salary /wages exceed Rs.500/. No.O.12. T. After careful consideration the AP Transco hereby directs to implement the provisions of EPF &MP Act 1952 and the Employees Provident Funds Scheme 1952 made there under to all the employees who were appointed and joined in the service in the AP Transco on or after 01.2003 will be communicated in due course.2003 shall be paid by the employer in the first instance as per Para-30 of the scheme on behalf of the employees also.6500/ . Read the following:- T. Dt23.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED AB ST RACT Estt.2004.6500/-PM (Pay + DA) has been engaging the attention of AP Transco from quite some time.02.O. 8.Orders. if any.02. 6.1999 and whose salary /wages does not exceed Rs. 1952 and the Employee's Provident funds scheme 1952 to the excluded employees of AP Transco who were appointed and joined on or after 01. However the arrears of contribution payable by the employee from the date of their joining and up to 31.P. the AP Transco issued orders implementing the provisions of the EPF & MP Act 1952 and the Employees Provident Funds Scheme. 114 Dt.02.1999 and of the employer share of matching contribution @ 12% upto 31.1999 including the contract AEs appointed by AP Transco and all other employees who are drawing more than Rs.PM (Pay + DA). No. Out of the employer share of contribution.Extension of provisions of the EPF & MP act. AP having Jurisdiction.07. Accordingly the AP Transco issues the following order:i There contribution @ 12% on Pay+DA limiting to Rs.AP Transco .2003 shall be calculated by the respective Pay Drawing and Disbursing officers and shall remit to the RPF Commissioner.. 5.O (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. No. 114. 118 .6500/.01. ii The contributions @ 12% on Pay +DA limiting to Rs. The issue relating to extension of EPF Scheme implemented in T. 07.

1995 in force.e.code numbers wherever not obtained as per the orders issued in T. The Pay Drawing Officer shall forward to the RPF commissioner with in 25 days of the close of the month. (Pay +DA) towards EDLI Scheme.2.2003.e. A separate LOC for the above contributions shall be applied every month and the amount shall be paid to the respective RPF Commissioner with in the statutory limit of 15 days of the close of every month by separate bank drafts or cheques. 1.2. Name of the Father’s Name Date Birth Date of Salary/ employee (As (As per Service (As per per. viii. 6500/.7.1999 and who were allotted with GPF Account and contributions made by these employees towards GPF shall be adjusted towards employees contribution to EPF Scheme for being deposited with RPF Commissioner and the balance amount of 12% shall however be mentioned in item (v) above. vi. (Pay + DA) the following contributions Charges shall also be required to be paid by the employer and these contributions shall not be recovered from the employee. The contributions fell due in respect of such deceased employees together with the contributions required to be made by the employer shall be calculated and paid by the concerned Pay Drawing and Disbursing Officers to the respective RPF Commissioner.The matching contributions payable by the employer plus an equal contribution payable by the employee @ 12% of the salary/wages limiting to Rs. Joining in the Wages per service Register) Register) service of (Basic+DA) Register) AP Transco (Limiting to on or after Rs. as the case may be.2003 along with the following particulars to the Dy.O.12. As all these employees are brought under the pruview of EPF Scheme.(Pay + DA) PM in the service of AP Transco on or after 1. ix. 23. The employees who were appointed and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 1.2004 shall be regularly remitted to the respective of RPF.f. 6500/. a. Each contribution shall be claculated to the nearest rupee (50 paise or more shall be rounded off to the next higher rupee and fraction of a rupee less than 50 paise shall be ignored. 114. to its all constitutent Units on top priority.2. Apart from the employer’s matching contribution of 12% of the salary/wages limiting to Rs. Commissioner. as the AP Transco would be incurring penalty for late remittance of PF dues. who will extend the benefits derived there under to the dependents of the deceased as per the provisions of Pension Scheme.O. Dt. (Pay + DA) under the scheme w.f. 01. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms.i.e. All the CEs/SEs/DEs/EEs are requested to furnish lists of the employees drawing salary/wages morethan Rs.1.02. The employer’s contributions shall not be recovered from the employee.2004.e. 6500/-) 01. the sub .1999 month to month basis upto 31. In respect of employees who are appointed and joined in the service of AP Transco on or after 1.code number is received.10% on the total salary / wages i.50% on the total salary/wages i.01% on the total salary/Wages i. a monthly abstract in such form as the RPF Commissioner may specify showing the aggregate amount of recoveries made from the wages of all the employees and the aggregate amount contributed by the employer in respect of all such employees for the month. as they were brought under the EPF Scheme. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Sl. Once the EPF Code number or.e. Administrative Charges @ 1.No.) vii.e. Administrative Charges @ 0. No.1999 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------x. (Pay + DA) and c. CCA (Accounts) and obtain EPF code number sub . 6500/. 1976@ 0.e. Employees Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme. (Pay + DA) b. The Pay Drawing Officer shall not under any circumstances deposit the PF dues after the statutory date of 15th of the next month. the Pay Drawing and Disbursing Officers shall deposit the contributions so recovered from the Pay + DA limiting to 119 .1. the GPF contribution in respect of these employees should not be recovered w.i.1999 and who died while in service before adoption of theEPF Scheme.

Rs. 1952 and the employees Provident Fund Scheme. 17/D/(F)/03.of the employees together with the employer’s contributions at the rates prescribed under the provisions of the EPF and MP Act. 1952. 8) This order issues with the concurence of Director (Fin & Rev. Dt. 6) All the Chief Engineers / Superintending Engineers / Divisional Engineers / Executive Engineers are requested to take action as indicated in para . No. 7) The receipt of this order should be acknowledged immediately. 3. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF AP TRANSCO LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 120 .)/AP Transco.5 above and report compliance immediately.1.2004. 6500/. vide Regd.

9. 230 G.O. as adopted by AP Transco and Discoms. No. Dt.as adopted by AP Transco and Discoms. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSCO OF A.1. (CGM-HRD&Trg) Ms. 20. *** ORDER: Dated. 4) Necessary amendement to A. Ms. 20. the candidate who possess higher qualification than the prescribed qualification and the candidate with higher quaification without prescribed qualification shall also be considered for appointment along with candidate who have the prescribed qualification only.AP TRANSCO . After careful examination. COMML. Service Regulations will issued separately.P..S.” 3.E. : 12. Regulation 14 of APSEB Service Regulations Part-III.O.2004 Read the following:-. 282 GA (Ser-A) Department.S. No. Serivce Regulations Part-III. T.B.9.Appointment of the candidate possessing higher qualification than the Prescribed qualification . SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD.Applicability of Government orders to the services under AP Transco and Discoms .2003. 282 Dt.Order . stipulates that :“No person shall be eligible for appointment to the post and by the method mentioned in Annexure-III and Annexure-VI unless he possesses the qualifications specified therein. “Notwithstanding anything contained in the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules or Special Rules or any other rule governing the post for the Direct Recruitment the candidate who possesses higher qualification than the prescribed qualification and the candidate with higher qualification without the prescribed qualification shall be considered for selection alongwith candidates who have the prescribed qualification only.) G.E.” 2) The Government in G.2003 have issued the following Adhoc Rule in the matter of Direct Recruitment. No.P. Ms. the AP Transco directs that in the matter of appointment to the posts governed under A.B.P. IPC & REFORMS) 121 . LTD.O.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT REGULATIONS .O.Issued.

For example.e. 5) These orders are issued with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue) vide U. 3) The pay of a senior employee promoted to the higher post’s before the date of this order. from time to time. Dt.4. a higher rate of pay under normal rules or any advance increments are granted to him.4. 1 Dt. g) The next increment of the senior employee shall accrue only after complection of one year qualifying service with effect from the date of refixation of pay. No.1998. ORDER: The erstwhile APSEB has introduced Master Scale with effect from 1. No. T. the date from which the Master Scale was introduced. 256.APTRANSCO & DISCOMS .1998 with monetary benefit from 1.e. No.4. Ms.1.O. from 1.e. if even in the former post the junior employee draws. happened to draw less pay than the junior who got two promotions after introduction of master scale.1998 with monetary benefit from 1. (P&G-Per) Ms.Issued.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT PAY SCALES .7. 5-1-1999.1998 and got second promotion after introduction of master scale. 1-4-1998 and drawing more pay than the senior .1.1998 i.4. B. To safeguard the interest of senior promoted before the introduction of Master scale i.P. should be stepped up to a figure equal to the pay as fixed for the junior employee in that higher post’s as a result of introduction of master scale.O. This will. 1. the pay of the senior employee promoted before the date of introduction of Master Scale should not be stepped up. e) The promotions shall not have been ordered relaxing the qualifications or under unqualified quota. c) The scale of pay of the lower and the higher post/s in which they are appointed should be identical. b) Both the junior and senior should belong to the same cadre and the posts to which they are promoted should be identical and in the same cadre.. G. f) The orders refixing the pay of the senior employee shall be issued under Regulation 34 of APSEB Service Regulations Part I as adopted by APTRANSCO and DISCOMS.O. B. prior to 1.2004. Dt. be subject to the following conditions: a) The stepping up should be done with effect from the date of fixation of pay of the junior employee at a stage above the pay drawn by the senior employee after introduction of master scale. however. first and second cited respectively. (P&G-Per) Ms. 5-1-1999.Ps.7. 4) These orders shall be deemed to have come into effect from 1.e.1998.P. 2) Instances have come to the notice of AP Transco that where some of the seniors who got first promotion before introduction of master scale i.1998 and to remove the pay anomaly of the above nature the following orders are issued.Rectification of Pay anamoly . 255. d) The anomaly should be directly as a result of fixation of pay of the junior employee consequent on his pormotion after introduction of Master Scale with effect from 1. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. 235 1. while revising the Pay scales of workmen and other than workmen in the B.2004 Read the following:- 122 . IPC & REFORMS) Dated. 1. : 17.4. No. COMML.Orders .Junior promoted to the higher post in regular line after introduction of Master scale i.(CGM-HRD&TRG) Per..

. It has been decided to dispense with the scheme in so far as it relates to compassionate appointment to Son / Daughter / Spouse of the employees of AP Transco and Discoms who retire on Medical invalidation ordered in B. REg.No. No. G. Dt.Scheme of Compassionate appointment to Son / Daughter / Spouse of the employees of AP Transco and Discoms who retire on Medical invalidation . from Energy (SER.2. 10. 119.2002 3.O.O.2002 4. The matter has been carefully examined by AP TRANSCO keeping in view the tripartite agreement and the clarification issued by the Government. (Ser-A) Dept. 13489/2000 and batch and which became final and binding.1. shall be continued”.P. Dt.P. N. Dated. Ms. Pension Code (Vol. AP Transco’s Lr. for the reason that the condition mentioned in paragraph 3 above is contractual in nature violating the fundamental right of equality of opportunity in matters of Public employment enshrined in that Article and hence it is unconstitutional. 6720/SER-A1/2002-6. Sec.1982.7. The Government in the reference 6th read above.P. General Adm. 12.P. Ms. as it is violative of Art 16 of Constituion of India. Ms. Dt.Dispensed with .2004. 202. Dated.11. 203.2004 Read the following:- 1.1982 by the erstwhile APSEB. Ms. No..TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO . 119. 4.2002 5.. by erstwhile APSEB and Government of A. 27. 6. G.2001 in W.2002. No. 1.P. General Adm.2. T.O. 1st read above. No. has since clarified that the appointements on Medical invalidation cannot be implemented as it is violative of ARt.O. providing employment to Son / Daughter / Spouse of Board employee who is retired on Medical Invalidation while in service under Article 441 of A. Letter NO. 10. the Government have been addressed in the references 5th read above to examine and issue necesary orders in the matter.P. 6. 123 .4.4. B. of A.A1 Department Govt. inter alia. G.P. Ms.O. (Ser-A) Dept. 3) In View of clause 4(e) of the Tripartite aggrement entered into with employee Unions / Association. ORDER: In the B.Orders Issued. 16 of Constitution of India.10.O. General Adm. 2) The Government in G./RI) 41/2002. (Ser-A) Dept. No. Dated. Ms. 266 Date :13. 305. Dt. who retire on Medical Invalidation as it is unconstitutional and violative of Article 16 of Constitution of India as held by the Honourable High Court of Andhra Pradesh in its judgement Dated. 27.2nd read above have issued orders dispensing with the scheme of providing employment to the dependents of Government employees. No.I) as adopted by the erstwhile APSEB subject to the condtions mentioned therein. GM(IR) AS(IR)/PO. which provides that “all the existing welfare measures like the scheme for compassionate appointment and medical reimbursement etc. the erstwhile APSEB has issued orders.2. (CGM-(HRD&TRG) Per. 17. 2.

. COMML.10.6. Accordingly the APTransco issues the following orders :- i) The scheme of compassionate appointment to son / daughter / spouse of the erstwhile APSEB employees now permanently absorbed in AP TRANSCO and Discoms who retire on Medical Invalidation shall stand dispensed with from 12.P. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. IPC & REFORMS) 124 . iii) No appointments can be made now even in the cases pending prior to 12. ii) The appointments already so far made shall be allowed to stand as it is. LIMITED) G.P.2001 iv) All the cases of Medical invalidation shall be dealt under rules of A.2001. Revised pension Rules.10. 1980 only.

(GM(IR)-Per)-Ms. B1245) have requested to extend the privileges to the office bearers mentioned therein. Dt. No. Nizamabad. (CGM(HR & Trg. 24.O. JAO (Regional Secretary / Company Secretary) O/o.O. 1. (GM(IR)-Per)-Ms. From General Secretary. SE/Opn/Rajahmundry.2004 to the following office bearers of the Telugunadu Vidyut Karmika Sangam (Regd. 4th cited for a further period from 1. No.1. the Telugunadu Vidyut Karmika Sangam (Regd.2.12. Lr.2004 6. 222. 11. 2. T.O.12. the TNVK Sangham (Regd.Issued. No.Industrial Relations . 3 In the references 6th cited. T. 268. Dt. 314. CGM(HRD & Trg. No. B-1245) was requested to nominate the names of Office bearers to whom the privileges are to be extended.O. and Issue of Attendance Certificate . T. APNPDCL b) 125 . No.O. (GM(IR)-Per)-Ms. 357.O.) DS(IR)/AS(IR)/PO(IR)/A4/499/2000.2.Extension . 4th cited.2004 to 31.O. 15. 154. Sri Sydulla Khan (Regional Secretary) Line Inspector. 4. APCPDCL ii. Lr.Permission to pursue Union activities on “Full time basis” Grant of Special Casual Leave. No.1. Satyanarayana.O.9. 27.O. T. Dt. after careful consideration accords permission extending the following privileges ordered in T.2004 *** ORDER: The privileges extended to Recognised Unions / Associations in T. Ananthapur.2000 3.) Ms. 4.Orders .2000 2. 11. Ahammadi (Regional Secretary) UDC.2003 Dated.2.2002 4. T.O.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITD VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD .82 ABSTRACT APTransco .O. Dt. (GM(IR)-Per)-Ms. Sri M. Dt. No.3.2004 Read the following:- 5.O. In the references 5th cited.12.2003. : 17. Dt. B1245) a) To pursue Union activities on full time basis : Sri Y.O. B-1245). APEPDCL Special Casual Leave of 15 days i. expired on 31. No. TNVK Sangam (Regd.O. The AP TRansco .

APEPDCL iv. SE/Opn.O.s cited shall remian un-altered. Srikakulam.iii. c) Attendance Certificate : Any five (5) members of the above said union only if they attend Permanent Negotiation Committee meetings at APTransco Corporate Level. Head quarters of DISCOMs and at Circle level. Kadapa. O/o. Janaki Ramaiah (Regional Secretary) UDC. Sri T.O. Narasimhulu (Regional Secretary) LIne Inspector. L. Vijayawada APSPDCL Sri. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF AP TRANSCO LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & AMANGING DIRECTOR 126 . Sri Rajesekhar (Regional Secretary) UDC. APSPDCL v. 5) The other conditions stipulated in T.

138. LIMITED) G.Board S.P. Dt.E. after careful examination directs that the period of probation of the 2 Asst.O. Engineers / Elecl mentioned in the Annexure appended to these orders have not passed the Accounts Test before completion of prescribed period of probation from the date of commencement of probation and consequently. COMML.S. APTRANSCO .P. No.S.2000 3) Proposals received from concerned Controlling Officers. 3.8. (P&G-Per) Ms. No. Rs .E.S E Board SR's Part II in their favour so as to enable their declaration of completion of probation. 339. Certain Asst.1998 2) T.2004 Read the following:- 1) B. passing of the Accounts Test examination during the period of probation is a prerequisite condition for declaration of completion of probation.S. The APTRANSCO Ltd. under Regulation41 of the A. Under Regulation 28(d) of the A.O. Annexure.II in relaxation to the provisions of Reg.P. Dt.2. The Asst.O. Engineers / Elecl .5 of the Annexure.II the TWO (2) Asst. T.P. No.3. 27(c) and 29 of A. 31. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. certain Assistant Engineers / Elecl were placed on probation for a total period of two years on duty within a continuous period of three years with effect from the dates mentioned in column4 against their names in the Annexure appended to the said orders. (GM-Per) Ms.) Ms. Part . : 24. their porbation period has to be extended upto the last date on which they have passed the Accounts Test as noted against each of them under column .O.E.. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A. 25.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Estt. As per the orders in force.P.Rs.Part . Engineers / Elecl mentioned in the Annexure appended to these orders are deemed to have been sastisfactorly completed the extended period of porbation with effect from the last date of their passing the Accounts Test on the afternoon of the dates mentioned against their names in coloum No.Board S. Engineers/Elecl referred to in the Annexure appended to these orders shall be extended tpto the date of their passing of the Accounts Test as noted against their names in column-5 of the said Annexure. 272 Dated. *** ORDER: In the references cited. 2.6 of the Annexure / Encl.Non-passing of Accounts Test within the period of probation -Extension of probation by relaxation of Regulations and Declaration of completion of probation . IPC & REFORMS) 127 . (GM-HRD & Trg.Orders Issued.

Sreenivasa Rao Sudha Sagar 5.O.E.99 G.6.97 23.66 28.2004 S. COMML.99 10. 272. Sarvasri D.5.12.No.94 10.Annexure to T./Elec. 2.1. Date of Birth Date of Commencement of probation Last date of examination upto which probation extended 5 Date of Completion of probation 1 2 3 4 6 1.70 4.O. Dated.2001 12. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. IPC & REFORMS) 128 . Name of the A.12.2. (GM-HRD&Trg) Ms.2001 12.3.4. : 24. No.6..

(GM(IR)-Per) Ms. In the reference 3rd read above. 3. 116417/Ser. 30.O. Limited hereby directs that the orders issued in the Memo No.O. such married daughter may be considered for compassionate appointment. 3.2003. T. the Government have clarified that the policy of the Government is to provide compassionate appointment to the dependents of deceased Government employees to help the family in distress and accordingly if the deceased Government employee was having more than one dependent married daughter and when the spouse of the deceased Government employee is not willing to avail the compassinate appointment. 30. 8. *** The Government have issued orders in the reference 1st read above. No.O. 116417/Ser. that when there is only a married daughter to the deceased Government employee without older or younger brothers or sisters and the spouse of the dec eased Government employee is not willing to avail the compssionate appointent. Dt.2004 Read the following:- 1. Ms. No. G. No. 23.2000. provided she is dependent on the deceased Government employee and subject to satisfying the other conditions and instructions issued on the scheme from time to time.Compassionate appointment to the dependent married daughter . (Ser-A) Dept. G.Scheme of Compassionate appointment to the dependents of Deceased employees of APTransco & Discoms .Adoption of Government Orders-Orders-Issued. General Administration (Ser-A) Department. 8-102003 (copy enclosed) shall be made applicable to the employees of the APTransco and Discoms for providing employment on compasssionate grounds in respect of dependent of married daughter of deceased employees only. Dt.P. 301 Dt. COMML. General Administration (Ser-A) Department. Dt.O. 213.1999 2. subject to eligibility as per the scheme of compassionate appointment. T. the Transmission Corporation of A.7. 350. IPC & REFORMS) 129 . Memo No.A/2003-1.A/2003-1.12. 4.O.10..3. After careful examination. 2. from General Admn.TRANMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT AP TRANSCO . one of the dependent married daughters may be considered for compassionate appointment. (CGM (HRD&TRG) Ms. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. Dated. The said orders were adopted by AP Transco in the reference 2nd read above. 3rd cited by Government. These orders shall come into force from the date of issue of memo.

. 5.2003 Sub : Public Services . NO. Ms. It is clarified that the policy of the Government is to provide compassionate appointment to the dependents of deceased government employees to help the family in distress and accordingly if the deceased government employee was having more than one dependent married daughter and when the spouse of the deceased government employee is not willing to avail the compassionate appointment. 2. 116417/SER. one of the dependent married daughters may be considered for compassionate appointment. Dated. 55769/Ser.A) Deptt. ARAVINDA REDDY SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (SER. G.10.1977 2. (Ser. 350. B. Dated.Compassionate Appointments to the dependents of deceased Government employees-Compassionate appointment to the dependent married daughter .A) Department.10. Memo. G. 30. A/99-3. Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officer’s Association has requested for a clarification whether the compassionate appointment may be considered to one of the dependent married daughters when the deceased government employee was having married daughters more than one.7. DATED. *** As per the scheme of compassionate appointment to the dependents of deceased Gvoernment Employees the dependent married daughter may be considered for compassionate appointment when the deceased employee was having only a married daughter and the spouse is not willing to avail the compassionate appointment or the spouse is not eligible for compassionate appointment.1999 4.O. Hyderabad Dated. 687. Dated. Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officer’s Association. subject to eligibility as per the scheme of compassionate appointment.1991 3. General Administration (Ser.O.certain clarification .A) Department. In the reference 5th cited the President. 28-8-2003. No.A) Department. No.. Ms. No. No.A/2003-1. 27.A.Copy of GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (SER.O. General Administration (Ser. 3.A) DEPARTMENT MEMO. 612. Ms. 30.1. : 08.) 130 . G. General Administration (Ser.10. Ref : 1. G. 3. Representation from president.Issued. Dated.2000.

2004 *** ORDER: Dated.3.I) Dept. 998 Finance (PC. 27 Dt. 23. G.O. 2003 in the Revised Pay scales 1993 . No. 475 Finance (PC.2003 4.I) Dept. from 1st July. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT ALLOWANCES .I) Department. 4.2004 (Copy enclosed) shall be made applicable to the employees / Officers working in APTransco and Discoms and drawing their pay in the A.2004. 155 Dt.2002/ 2.2003 6.P. 6. No. IPC & REFORMS) 131 . Ms.12.I) Dept. No. 24.Revision of Rates of D. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD.Issued. Finance (PC. Revised Pay scales. G. No. T. directs that the orders issued in G. 96.Adoption of the orders in respect of employees working in AP Transco and Discoms and drawing pay in A.O.2. Dt.I) Dept. COMML. T. T. 3. : 27. G. Ms. 20. Finance (PC. Dt. 392. Dt. Dt. 1993.O. 230 Dt. No. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. (P) No.9. Ms. 2.7.O. T.11.O. Ltd.) Ms.O. CGM (HRD & TRG. 15.I) Dept. G. No.I) Dept..O..7. No. T. 618/D(F)/ 2004.2003 3. G.2004 Read the following:- The Transmission Corporation of A.2003 8. 3.O. 377. 27. 3. Dt. 107 Dt. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. No.. Ms.P. 22.Deanress Allowance . 307 1.O.2.Orders .O. Ms.O. No.2.7.5.O.P. to employees of the Government of A.03. T. G.. 200 Dt..11. Dt.O.No. Finance (PC. This order issues with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue) vide U.. Revised Pay scales.O. Finance (PC. 28..2003 9.2003 10. No. 1993 .2003 5..O. Ms.2003 11. No.O. 22.O.O.A. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms.P. Dt. 96. Finance (PC.4.O.2003 7. Dt. G. 22. No. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms.O.

Agricultural Market committees. Finance (PC. Gram Panchayats. *** Basic pay above Rs.2003 .380/Cumulative rate of D.2004 Read the following:- G.60% of pay subject to a maximum of Rs. Basic pay above Rs.2003.439/98.Copy of: GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Allowance .380/.p. Polytechnics and schools who are drawing pay in the revised pay scales. ORDER: Government hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the Government order 2nd read above to the State Government Employees drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pay Scales. 116. 392.2.O.I) Department.m. 3. Mandal Parishads. and also work charged Establishment who get monthly pay in a regular scale of pay in the revised pay scales.07.Sanctioned orders Issued. : 3. 132 .. Employees of Zilla Grandhalaya Samsthas. 7. Finance (Pay) Commission . Finance & Planning (FW. 2. 28. Nehru Technological University and the Regional Engineering college.O. Teaching and Non-teaching Staff of Zilla Parishads.Dearness Allowance to the State Government Employees drawing pay in the pre-revised scales from 01. 6. 20. 1993 from 1st July. 6. 96 1. No. 9. the Jawaharlal.680/Dated. Warangal drawing pay in the revised pay scales 1993.and a maximum of Rs.m.05% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs.G. Dated.9. 9.820/. Municipalities.Dearness Allowance . Degree Colleges.1983. 06. Dated. 1993.680/89. b) Teaching and Non-teaching Staff of Aided Instiutions viz.820/- 2.I) Department G. 1993.5. Dated. including the Acharya N. 475. Junior Colleges. and up to Rs. (P) No. Municipal Corporations. 9. 7.I) Department.A. (P) No. 162.7. c) Teaching and Non-teaching staff of universities.439/. 2003 at the following rates : Pay Range Pay upto Rs.O.58% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the above para shall be payable to : a) All Government Employees.2003 G.I) Department.PC. Finance (PC.p. Ms. Ranga Agricultural University.11.

P.3. Basic pay above Rs. The above revised rates of Dearness Allowance are also applicable to: a) The Teaching and non-teaching staff of Government and aided Affiliated Degree Colleges and Polytechnics who are drawing pay in the A.m.P. 6.m. 10. Revised UGC Pay scales 1986.2. 295% of pay 221% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. 13.m. Government also order revision of the rates of Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the Government order 2nd read above in respect of employees drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised U. 3rd read above revising the rates of Dearness Allowance from 1st July. c) The Full time contingent Employees who have completed five years of service but not converted into regular Last Grade Service and drawing a pay of Rs.1. the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University and the Regional Engineering College.p. Pay scales. SAMPATH PRINCIPAL SECRETARY.G.m. 1986 from 1st July.p.S. b) The Teaching Staff of the Universities.p.O. Revised UGC pay scales.C.500/. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) V. 1986. 740/.1999 and Andhra Pradesh revised UGC Pay Scales.G. Basic pay upto Rs. including the Acharya N. 4. 2003 in respect of employees drawing Andhra Pradesh Revised Pay Scales. 2003 and indicated below : Pay Range Cumulative rate of D. 6.260%/.p.500/Basic pay above Rs.000/.000/. and upto Rs. 3. 3.325/.A. 3.per month. Ranga Agricultural University. TO GOVERNMENT 133 . 1996 shall be applicable in this case also.per month 191% of pay subject to minimum of Rs. Warangal who are drawing pay in the A. The procedural instructions issued in the G.

(Per.) Ms. (P&G-Per ) Ms.Addl.)/ APTRANSCO to the control of Addl.2003 ORDER: Dated::01.No.Secretary /APTRANSCO with immediate effect.2004 Read the following:- After careful consideration.1. 2. B. Memo.1999.04. 266. No.O.Secy. RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 134 .No.P.9. Dated:13.01 1. Secretary APTRANSCO –Orders –Issued. T. it is herby ordered that the subjects relating to Legal matters (including regulations) and Key Performance Indicators are transferred from the control of Chief General Manger (HRD &Trg.GM (P)/AS(MPP)/A1/536/2003-1.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHAN: HYDERABAD -82 Estt-APTRANSCO–Re-allocation of certain subjects to the control of Addl.O. Dated:2.

No.new Operation Sections duly creating 168 posts in APSPDCL Company as shown in the annexure appended.2004 Read the following:1.The new sections may be formed duly bifurcating the overloaded sections. 3.) Ms. sanction is hereby accorded for formation of 24 Nos.( Per-CGM/HRD &Trg. Circles viz. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T.Ongole. Ongole.Tirupathi and Nellore –Orders –Issued. After careful examination of the proposals of CMD/SPDCL.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA:HYDERABAD -82 ABSTRACT Estt. 2. 451/04 Dated: 24. Vijayawada.2.CGM(HRD&Trg) ADE(MPP)A1/610/2003-2 Dated:24-01-2004 ORDER: In the reference (1) cited proposals were received for formation of 26 Nos new operation Sections duly bifurcating overloaded sections in Operation.No. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF ARTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 135 .02 Date: 03.04. The above created posts shall be filled up on yearly contract basis only duly following the procedure in vogue and filling up may be taken up after completion of election process.0.CGM(HRD)/DS/AS/PO(Adm)/A2/DNo. Lr.0.APTransco/SPDCL – Sanction for formation of 24 new Operation Sections in Operation Circles. Vijayawada.No.2004 received from CMD/APSPDCL 2. APTransco Lr.Tirupathi and Nellore /APSPDCL to meet the customer services..

Ms.O.ANNEXURE to T.Palli Markapur(Rural) Konakanamitta Ardhaveedu Komarolu Palamaner (Rural) Pileru (Rural) Gudur(town-II) Kavali (Town-II) Seetharamapuram Varikuntapadu Haranadhapuram 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 24 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 24 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 24 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 96 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 168 Name of the Section No.02.Of New Posts Sanctioned Engineering AE/AAE SUB-ENG O&M LI(*) JLM TOTAL Ongole Tirupathi Nellore Grand Total *. RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 136 .subject to suppression of equal number of vacant JLM posts. (Per-CGM (HRD&Trg). Dated: 03-04-2004 S.C.O.No Name of the Circle 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Vijayawada Ramarajyanagar Nunna Jaggaiahpeta Kruthivennu Pedaparupudi Jarugumalli Gudluru Kandukur (Rural) Yeddanapudi Addanki(Rural) Chinnaganjam Mundlamuru P.No.

No.P.LTD) G.04 Dated: 07-4-2004 Read the following:- 1.P. –Orders – Issued. B. (Per-CGM(HRD&Trg. rates etc.O. APTRANSCO directs that the rules for reservation of accommodation. Transco at Vidyut Soudha..P.O.P.No. T.9.Ms. Comml.1989. PROCEEDINGS: In view of the increased cost of maintaining the Guest House of A. in respect of suites in the Guest House of the A. IPC &Reforms) 137 . Dated: 12. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A. rates etc.)} Ms. Hyderabad. Transco at Vidyut Soudha.SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD.982. Hyderabad should be as indicated in the Annexure–I &II and the same should be followed with immediate effect.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD-82 ABSTRACT APTRANSCO-Protocol – Guest House – Revised rules for reservation of accommodation.

ANNEXURE-I 1. Rates:(a) The Tariff for APTRANSCO employees and Govt. employees on official works:-

Particulars i) Up to 15 days ii) 16 days to 30 days iii) >30 <90 days iv) > 90 days

A/c Room Per Day Rs 40/80/200/500/-

Non –A/c Room Per Day Rs. 20/40/100/500/-

(b) Boarding & Morning tea may be out sourced.

NB:- Officers of utilities on transfer /Head quartered at Hyderabad can be permitted only for 30 days stay (including spells)

2. Others:-

Not allowed

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ANNEXURE- II RULES: 1. These rules are called the rules for Reservation of Accommodation etc. in the A.P. Transco Guest House at Vidyut Soudha and they shall come into force with immediate effect. Accommodation is ordinarily provided in the A.P.Transco Guest House at Vidyut Soudha only to Board officers and employees and their families ,Govt officers and employees who stay on Board work, Members of Parliament, the Legislators, officers of Govt. of India and other state Governments and Electricity Boards.

2.

3. (a)

Allotment and Priorities: Accommodation will be reserved, if available and if it is not required for higher priority purposes. Accommodation reserved is liable to be cancelled if it becomes so necessary in order to accommodate guests of higher priority or in other unavoidable circumstances. The concerned controlling officers of the Guest House reserve the right to ask one or more guests to share a room for providing accommodation for an officer of higher priority or in other circumstances if it becomes necessary to do so. In respect of officers other than Board Officers, allotment of suites will be with the prior approval of the Chief General Manager (HRD &Trg.)

(b)

4. Periods of stay:(a) The period for which paying guests are accommo dated in the Guest House shall not ordinarily exceed Seven days but in expectational cases, paying guests may be permitted by the concerned controlling officer to stay beyond Seven days provided accommodation is not required for other guests or for any other purpose of the A.P. Transco. The officers of the A.P.Transco staying in the Guest House while on leave will be charged upto a maximum of five days as on duty.

(b)

5. Rates:These rates are liable to be revised from time to time. All the rentals collected should be credited to the Head of Account concerned.

6. Breakages and Losses –Responsibility:The Guests occupying the Guest House shall be responsible for any breakages or losses caused by them, or their family members, or guests or their staff or servants.In cases of breakages recovery shall be made from the party concerned at the market value or 200% of the original purchase value, whichever is higher.

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7. Payment of Charges:All payments due to the Guest House etc. shall be cleared by the Guests before leaving the Guest House.The concerned Controlling Officers are not authorized to deviate from the schedule of charges.The guests should settle the bills as presented by the controlling Officers. 8. Trunk Calls:The Controlling Officers should maintain a Register for Trunk Calls. (i) (ii) No trunk call shall be made without the prior permission of the controlling Officer concerned. Guests making trunk calls shall indicate full particulars of the call in the Register kept for the purpose and shall also pay in advance the approximate charges.On receipt of trunk call bills, necessary adjustment shall however be made.If for any reason, advance payment is not made for trunk calls booked form the Guest House, the bills shall be sent to the officers concerned for arranging payment.The charges shall be collected in advance from the other guests.

9. Register for Recording particulars of Arrivals, Departures etc. of Guests:(i) A Register shall be kept with officer concerned of the Guest House etc. in which all the Guests shall enter their names, designation, date and time of arrival and nature of visit (i.e.on duty or otherwise) as soon as they arrive at the Guest House. Guests who have any complaint or suggestion to make may enter them in the Register maintained by the Officer concerned or communicate them by a letter to the concerned Controlling Officer.The Concerned Controlling Officer shall also bring the complaint to the notice of JMD (HRD)/AP Transco if he consider them necessary ; otherwise be may take suitable action for himself.

(ii)

10. Cooking:Cooking within the premises of the Guest House by the Guests is strictly prohibited. 11. Settlement of Bills:All bills for accommodation etc., shall be settled by the Guests before leaving the Guest House. 12. Display of Rules and List of Furniture:A Copy of the rules together with a list of furniture, crockery, etc. available in each of the rooms shall be displayed in every room of the Guest House for the information of the Visitors. 13. Relaxation of Rules:In exceptional and deserving cases the JMD (HRD) / A.P.Transco may relax any of the foregoing rules to the extent necessary.

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TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD -82 Memo No. FA&CCA (R&A)/ SAO (B&R) /CIR/D.NO.12/04 Sub: LOC applications – Instructions-Reg. Ref: Memo No.FA&CCA (R&A)/SAO (B&R)/D.NO.6/03 Dated: 8.4.2003 *** i. All the unit / officers are informed that: (1) LOC applications received at headquarters upto 31.3.2004 but not released be treated as CANCELLED. (2) Fresh LOC applications with new LOC nos in respect of LOCs pending as on 31.3.2004 may be sent in the same order of pendency. (3) LOC applications may be sent against the passed bills only supported by the details for the amounts applied for. For salaries and remittances as required in circular Memo No. FA&CCA (R&A)/ SAO (B&R)/ 19/95 Dated. 5.1.95 supported by passed bill wise details for the amounts applied for by 21st of every month. (4) Applications should not be sent through contractors /suppliers (5) Applications should contain all the particulars such as (1) LOC No.(2) Bank Name .(3) Unit Code.(4) Cash grant code. (5) amounts indicating cash grant, amount applied for so far balance available and applied for now. (6) Same number should not be assigned to more than one application. Failure to do so will lead to disciplinary action. (7) LOC applications should be sent without corrections and overwritings. (8) Funds released as per LOC applications should be utilized strictly for the purpose for which they are intended to diversion from one head to another head and from one LOC to another LOC should not be resorted to in any case: and any deviation will lead to disciplinary action.Drawing/ controlling officers will be held responsible for any deviations. (9) The LOC applications should be applied in multiples of hundreds only (10) Non adherence of the above instructions will be viewed seriously and disciplinary action taken against erring officers. (11) Receipt of this memo may be acknowledged. For DIRERCTOR (FINANCE & REVENUE) Date: 13.4.04

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TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA: HYDERABAD-82 ABSTRACT Provision of cellular telephones to the officers of APTRANSCO and four DISCOMs under the Closed User Group (CUG) of GOAP-Orders-Issued.

T.O.O.(CE-Telecom)Ms No.16

Date: 21.04.2004 Read the following:-

Ref: T.O.O. (CE-Telecom) Ms.No. 138,Dated: 02.09.2003 ORDER: Govt. of A.P. is providing cell phones to officers and field functionaries of various Govt. departments to improve the communication network within the department and among various departments. Officers of APTRANSCO and the four DISCOMs are covered in the first phase of provision of cell phones .3057 nos. of Alcatel make OT 320 type cell phone instruments with SIM cards from ‘Cell One’ network of M/s BSNL are provided as follows. APTRANSCO APCPDCL APNPDCL APSPDCL APEPDCL Total 210 nos 1231nos 522nos 637nos 457nos 3057nos

The recurring charges on the cell phones would be borne by the respective Companies at the tariff plan as per Annexure-I enclosed. 2. In Order: to take advantage of the larger group, all the existing 88 nos of official cell phones in APTRANSCO including the 80 nos, sanctioned in T.O.O. cited above would be migrated to the new closed user Group (CUG) of the Govt of A.P. with change of existing numbers (List enclosed in AnnexureII ) with effect from 22.4.04 The 81 officers who are recently provided withNokia 3315 cell phone instruments (still under warranty period) shall continue with the same instrument and would be provided only SIM Card from the new Closer User Group (CUG).The 81 instruments delivered by APTS on behalf of the Govt of AP shall be stored with Chief Engineer/Telecom for future allotment of cell phones to other officers of APTRANSCO after sanction by the Board, as and when required.

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4.

The cell phone instrument shall be kept in the personal T&P of the individual officer to whom allotted and shall figure in the CTC and handing over notes at the time of transfer / retirement In case of any loss/ theft of cell phone instrument, the concerned officer shall either replace it with an equivalent one of Alcatel/ Motorola/Nokia make or remit the prevailing market price, if so required. The monthly bills on the cell phones shall be limited as follows: Cadre Peshis,CEs,FA&CCAs&equivalent SEs&equivalent DEs&equivalent ADEs&equivalent Limit Rs.1400 Rs.1400 Rs1000 Rs.750

5.

The officers may use STD facility duly limiting the individual monthly bills to the above limits. 6. The Paying officer is authorized to admit payment exceeding the prescribed limit on the cellular telephone bill and recover the difference between the actual bill and the prescribed limit form the succeeding month salary of the concerned officer.In any case, no officer is permitted to treat the payment exceeding the prescribed limit as official. Various officers are grouped under one paying officer depending upon the Zonal jurisdiction or unit considerations as detailed in Annexure-II. The expenditure incurred on the bills of officers pertaining to other pay units but physically present within the same zone shall be regularized by raising /accepting TDAs by the respective units.The paying officer, while raising TDA, shall clearly indicate the amount to be recovered, if any from the salary of each individual officer towards payments made in excess of the prescribed limit. 7. Consequent to the provision of cell phones under the CUG of Govt. of the AP the officers will no more be eligible to continue the official land line residential telephones and or the cell phones, if any earlier sanctioned, which shallbe got disconnected forth with or surrender with immediate effect The Deputy Secretary (Establishment ) and zonal Chief Engineers shall ensure that the deposits on such telephones are claimed and the concerned file is got closed in the respective telephone company.A compliance report may be sent on the action taken in this regard by 5-5.2004 by the Chief Engineer concerned to the Chief Engineer/Telecom.

This Order is issued with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue) vide U.O.No.693/D(F)/ 2004, Dated:15-04-2004 RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR

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16. Dated::.60 Free Free Free Rs.80 Rs.200/- 144 .40 Rs.80 RS.21-04-2004) Company – wise details of cell connections Company No.No. 3.0.50/Rs. 1.1.350/NIL 15 Sec Rs 1.80 Rs.ANNEXURE-I (Enclosure to T.of connections From Mobile nos.2.O.40 Rs. To 9440811209 9440811731 9440812368 9440812825 9440814056 APTRANSCO APNPDCL APSPDCL APEPDCL APCPDCL 210 522 637 457 1231 9440811000 9440811210 9440811732 9440812369 9440812826 Tariff plan Monthly Rental CUG Charges Billing Pulse Call Charges (in Rs/min) (Airtime+IUC) Outgoing: Outside CUG Intra Circle /Local Calls (a) cell to cell (b) Cell to fixed line/WLL Inter Circle /STD calls (a) Cell to cell (a) Cell to fixed line/WLL(b) 0-200KM 201-500KM >500KM With in CUG Incoming From outside CUG Within CUG SMS Charges (Outgoing Per message) Itemized bill SIM replacement charges Rs. (CE-Telecom) Ms.40 Rs.1.O.

A compliance report may be sent on the action taken in this regard by 5-5.2004 by the Chief Engineer concerned to the Chief Engineer/Telecom.15-04-2004 RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 145 . Dated.No.Zonal Chief Engineers shall ensure that the deposits on such telephones are claimed and the concerned file is got closed in the respective telephone company.O. This Order is issued with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue) vide U.693/D(F)/ 2004.

&IT/ V’SOUDHA CE/OPERATION/V’SOUDHA ADDITIONAL SP (VIGILANCE) /V’SOUDHA CE/RAC &REFORMS/ V’SOUDHA CE/RAC & Reforms/ V’soudha GM/Corporate Commns/ V’soudha Additional Secretary/V’Soudha CGM/HRD&Training /V’Soudha CE/Construction/V’soudha CE/Transmission/V’soudha CE/400KV/V’soudha CE/Telecom/Hyderabad CE/Civil/V’soudha SE/Civil-I/Vidyut Soudha SE/Civil-II/Vidyut Soudha SE/Civil-III/Vidyut Soudha EE/civill/C&M/V’soudha CE/TL&SS/HYD CE/TL&SS/Metro/HYD SE/TL&SS/HYD SE/Tl &SS/Nalgonda SE/TLC/Hyderabad SE/O&M/400 KVSS/Mamidipally DE/TL &SS/Erragadda DE/TL &SS/Moulali DE/TL &SS/Chandrayangutta 9848034834 9440811116 9440811115 9440811120 9440811122 9440811112 9440811118 9440811111 9440811102 9440811103 9440811104 9440811105 9440811106 9440811107 9440811008 9440811109 9440811110 AO/CPR/ V’soudha 9440688517 9848022623 9440811113 9440811114 9440811117 9440811119 9440811121 9440811123 9440811124 9440811024 9440811000 9440811022 9440811020 9440811021 9440811019 9440811018 9440811055 9440811034 9440811035 9440811036 9440311037 9440811038 9440811039 9440811040 9440811041 9440688518 9849231619 9848171881 9849298989 9848025787 9440688500 9440688501 9440688502 9440688503 9440688504 9440688505 9440688506 9440688507 9440688508 SE/TL&SS/ Metro 146 .No.21-04-2004) S.ANNEXURE-II (Enclosure to T.f. Dated::.IPC&Reforms) JMD (Vigilance) Director(Finance&Revenue) Director (Proj &.O.e. 16.Constn) Director (RA &Co-ordination) Director (Trans&Grid opn) FA&CCA (A&E)/Vsoudha FA&CCA (R&A)/V’Soudha CE/Power Systems/ V’soudha CE/Grid Operation/V’soudha CE/IPC/V’SOUDHA CE/PLANNING/V’SOUDHA CE/RE&Purchases/V'soudha CE/COMML.No Zone Designation of the officer to whom cell phone is allotted Official mobile no.04 New mobile no allotted in CUG of GOAP Paying unit identified 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Vidyuth Soudha CE/TL&SS/HYD Chairman &Managing Director JMD (HRD. 22.4. if provided already which shall be disconnected w.Comml.O.(CE-Telecom)Ms.

S. 22.4.No Zone Designation of the officer to whom cell phone is allotted Official mobile no.04 9440688514 9440688509 9440688510 9440688515 9440688511 9440688512 New mobile no allotted in CUG of GOAP Paying unit identified 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 DE/MRT/Erragadda (Metro) DE/TL &SS/ Yeddumylaram DE/TL&SS Mahaboobnagar DE/MRT/Erragadda (Hyderbad) DE/TL &SS Miryalaguda DE/TL &SS /Nagarjunasagar EE/TLC/RM /Hyderabad EE/TLC/Rural EE/TLC/Stores EE/TLC/Nizamabad EE/TLc/Civil DE/MRT/TLC/Hyderabad DE/O&M/400 KVSS/Mamidipally ADE/CBD/132 KVSS/ Erragadda ADE/CBD/132 KVSS/ Moulali ADE/CBD/220 KVSS/Chanadrayangutta ADE/MRT/TRE/Erragadda (Metro) ADE/MRT/Protection/Erragadda(Hyderabad) ADE/CBD/Hyderabad ADE/MRT/TRE/Erragadda (Hyderabad) ADE/MRT/Protection /Erragadda (Hyderabad) ADE/MRT/Mahaboobnagar ADE/CBD/Nalgonda ADE/CBD/Nagarjunasagar ADE/MRT/220KVSS/Tallapally ADE/MRT/TLC/Hyderabad ADE/MRT/TLC/Hyderabad ADE/TRE/TLC/Hyd ADE/MRT/400KV/Lines/Mamidipally ADE/MRT/400KV/TLSS/Mamidipally EE/Civil /TLC /Hyderabd EE/ Civil/400 KV/Hyderbad CE/TL&SS/ Warangal SE/TLC/Warangal SE/TL&SS/Warangal SE/TL&SS/Karimnagar SE/TL&SS/Nizamabad EE/TLC/warangal EE/TLCKarimnagar EE/TLC/Nizamabad DE/MRT/EHT/TLC/Warangal DE/TL &SS/Warangal DE/TL &SS/MRT/Seetharampatnam DE/TL &SS/warangal 9440811042 9440811043 9440811044 9440811045 9440811046 9440811047 9440811048 9440811049 9440811050 9440811051 9440811052 9440811053 9440811054 9440811056 9440811057 9440811058 9440811059 9440811060 9440811061 9440811062 9440811063 9440811064 9440811065 9440811066 9440811067 9440811068 9440811069 9440811070 9440811071 9440811072 9440811015 9440811014 9440811100 9440811073 9440811074 9440811075 9440811076 9440811077 9440811078 9440811079 9440811080 9440811081 9440811082 9440811083 SE/TL&SS/ Metro 9440688516 9440688513 CE/TL&SSl /Waranga 9440688560 9440688561 9440688562 9440688563 9440688564 SE/TL&SS Warangal 9440688573 9440688565 9440688566 9440688571 147 . if provided already which shall be disconnected w.e.f.

S.f. 22. if provided already which shall be disconnected w.4.e.04 9440688567 9440688568 9440688569 9440688570 9440688572 New mobile no allotted in CUG of GOAP Paying unit identified 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 CE/TL &SS /Kadapa DE/TL &SS/Karimnagar DE/TL &SS/Ramagundam DE/TL &SS/Ditchpally DE/TL &SS/Nirmal DE/TL &SS/Nizamabad ADE/MRT/TLC/Warangal ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Khammam ADE/TLO/Paloncha ADE/MRT/TL&SS/warangal ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Karimnagar ADE/TLO/Karimnagar ADE/TLO/Karimnagar ADE/TLO/ramagundam ADE/Hoit Lines/Ramagundam ADE/Lines/Pochampad ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Nizamabad ADE/MRT/TL&SS/Nirmal CE/TL&SS/Kadapa Se/tl &ss /Kadapa Se/Tl&SS/Kurnool SE/TLC/Kadapa DE/TL&SS/Tirupati DE/TL &SS/Yerraguntla DE/EHT?MRT/Kadapa DE/TL &SS/Kurnool DE/TL &SS/Anantpur DE/400KVSS/Namur DE/400KV Lines/Srisailam DE/MRT/Kurnool Executive Engineer/TLC/Kadapa Executive Engineer/TLC/Kurnool Divisional Engineer/TLC/TRE/Kadapa ADE(Lines)Hoot lines/kadapa ADE/EHT/MRT/KAdapa ADE/EHT/MRT/Tirupathi ADE/Lines Kurnool ADE/Lines/Nandyal ADE/Lines Anatapur ADE/Lines/Dharmavaram ADE/Lines Gooty ADE/ Lines/Srisailam ADE/MRT/Kurniool ADE/MRT/ANantapur ADE/TLC/TRE-I/Kadapa ADE/TLC/TRE-II/Kadapa 9440688600 9440688601 9440688602 9440688603 9440688604 9440688605 9440688606 9440688607 94406988608 9440688609 9440688610 9440688611 9440688612 9440688613 9440811084 9440811085 9440811086 9440811087 9440811088 9440811089 9440811090 9440811091 9440811092 9440811093 9440811094 9440811095 9440811096 9440811097 9440811098 9440811099 9440811101 9440811133 9440811125 9440811126 9440811127 9440811128 9440811129 9440811130 9440811131 9440811132 9440811134 9440811135 9440811136 9440811137 9440811138 9440811139 9440811140 9440811141 9440811142 9440811143 9440811144 9440811145 9440811146 9440811147 9440811148 9440811149 9440811150 9440811151 9440811152 SE/TLC/ Kadapa 148 .No Zone Designation of the officer to whom cell phone is allotted Official mobile no.

22.4.04 New mobile no allotted in CUG of GOAP Paying unit identified 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 CE/TL &SS/ Vja ADE/TLC/TRE-II/Kadapa EE/Civil /TLC/Kadapa CE/TL&SS/Kadapa SE/TL & SS/Vijayawada SE/TLC /Vijayawada SE/TL &SS/Nellore SE/TLC /NEllore DE/TL& SS/Guntur DE/MRT/TL &SS/VIJAYAAWADA De/Mrt/EHT/Vijayaeade Ee/TLC/VIJAYAWAS EE/TLC/GUNTUR DE/TL & SS NELLORE DE/TL&SS /ONGOLE DE/MRT/TL&SS / NELLORE DE/TLC/TRE/NELLORE EE/TLC/NELLORE EE/TLC/ TIRUPATHI ADE/LINES/TADAPALLI ADE/LINES/ PIDUGURALLA ADE /LINES/PIDUIGURALLA ADE/LINES/GUNADALA ADE/LINES /GUNADALA ADE/HOT LINES /VIJAYAWADA ADE/MRT/TL& /GUNTUR ADE/MRT/TLC/ VIJAYAWADA ADE/TRE/TLC/VIJAYAWQADA ADE(LINES) HOT LINES/NELLOR ADE/MRT/TL &SS /ONGOLE ADE/MRT/TRE/TL & SS NELLORE ADE/MRT/TL&SS NELLORE EE/CIVIL /400 KV/NELLORE CE/TL&SS/Kadapa SE/TL &SS / RAJAHMUNDRY SE/TL& SS/VISAKHAPATNAM SE/TLC/RAJAHMUNDRY DE/TL &SS/ NIDADAVOLU DE/TL&SS /BOMMURU DE/TL &SS /GAJUWAKA DE/TL & SS/GARIVIDI DE/MRT/TL & SS/ VISAKHAPATNAM DE/ O&M /400 KVSS/KALAPAKA DE/MRT/400KVSS/KALAPAKA DE/MRT/EHT/RAJAHMUNDRY 9440988670 9440988673 9440988674 9440988671 9440988672 9440988679 9440988680 9440988681 9440988682 9440811152 9440811153 9440811155 9440811154 9440811156 9440811157 9440811158 9440811159 9440811160 9440811161 9440811162 9440811163 9440811164 9440811165 9440811166 9440811167 9440811168 9440811169 9440811170 9440811171 9440811172 9440811173 9440811174 9440811175 9440811176 9440811177 9440811178 9440811179 9440811180 9440811181 9440811182 9440811013 9440811199 9440811183 9440811184 9440811185 9440811186 9440811187 9440811188 9440811189 9440811190 9440811191 9440811192 9440811193 SE/TLC/ Vijayawada 9440988676 9440988675 9440988677 9440988678 CE/TL &SS/Vja 9440688700 9440688701 9440688702 9440688703 9440688704 9440688705 9440688706 9440688707 9440688708 9440688710 9440688709 149 .S.f. if provided already which shall be disconnected w.e.No Zone Designation of the officer to whom cell phone is allotted Official mobile no.

22.4.f.VISAKHAPATNAM.S.e.04 New mobile no allotted in CUG of GOAP Paying unit identified 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 CE/TL &SS/Vja EE/TLC/RAJAHMUNDRY EE/TLC/VISAKHAPATNAM ADR/MRT/TL & SS/PEDATADEPALLI ADE/LINES /BOMMURU ADE/MRT/TL & SS /BOMMURU ADE/LINES /UPPER SILERU ADE/LINES /GAJUWAKA ADE/HJOT LINES . ADE/LINES/GARIVIDI ADE/MRT/TL &SS /VISAKHAPATNAM ADE/TRE/VISAKHAPATNAM ADE/MRT/TL & SS/VIZIANAGARAM ADE/MRT/TL &SS /VIZIANAGARAM ADE/MRT/TL C/Rajahmundry ADE/TRE/TLC/Rajahmundry EE/civil/TLC/Rajahmunbdry EE/Civil/400 KV /Rajahmundry Se/400KV L&SS/Hyderabd EE/400 KV/Division-I/Hyderabad EE/400KV/Division-II/Hyderabd EE/400KV L&SS/Nelloree SE/400KV L&SS/Rajahmundry EE/400KV L&SS/Rajahmundry EE/400KV L&SS /Vijayawada SE/400KV L&SS/Visakhapatnam EE/400KV SS/Visakhapatnam EE/400KVLines/Rajahmundry SE/Telecom/Hyderabad DE/Teelcom/Load Despatch /V’s DE/Teelcom/Hyderabd DE/Telecom/Warangal DE/Telecom /Nizamabad SE/Telecom /Kadapa DE/Telecom/Kadapa DE/Teelcom/KAda 9440688740 9440811194 9440811195 9440811196 9440811197 9440811198 9440811200 9440811201 9440811202 9440811203 9440811204 9440811205 9440811206 9440811207 9440811208 9440811209 9440811016 9440811012 9440811025 9440811026 9440811027 9440811023 9440811028 9440811029 9440811030 9440811031 9440811032 9440811033 9440811001 9440811002 9440811003 9440811004 9440811005 9440811006 9440811007 9440811008 SE/400KV L&SS/Hyd 9440688742 9440688741 CE/TELECOM /HYD 9440688800 9440688799 9440688798 9440688797 9440688796 9440688795 SE/Telecom/ Hyd 150 . if provided already which shall be disconnected w.No Zone Designation of the officer to whom cell phone is allotted Official mobile no.

No.17 T. (iv) The method of Recruitment and the Qualifications/Experience etc. 2.O (Per-GM/P) Ms. (v) Separate Orders will be issued regarding constitution of “Selection Committee” (vi) The necessary amendment to the Service Regulations will be issued separately. In the changed scenario.O.e APTRANSCO –Corporate Communication /Media service to head the corporate communication cell from the date of actual utilization . Dated::d 16-6-2003 ORDER: The new enactment viz.No. it has been decided by the APTRANCSO to strengthen the Corporate Communication Cell duly inducting the people with suitable experience and skills in the area of Communication and Media. 3. the Electricity Act. in the power sector and requires a constant interaction with the general public/ consumers. These Orders are issued with the concurrence of Director (Finance& Revenue) vide his U.Corporate Communication Media Service” Shall be constituted. 23-4-2004 Read the following:- 151 .O (Per-CGM/HRD & Trg) Ms.Accordingly the following Orders are issued. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T.O. it has become incumbent on APTRANSCO to review the functioning of the corporate communication cell existing at present. (iii) The existing post of General Manager (Corporate Communications) (Non Cadre) shall be suppressed as and when the post is vacated by the present incumbent.TRANSMISSON CORPORTION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMTED VIDYUT SOUDHA HYDERABAD -82 AB ST RACT Estt –APTRANSCO Strengthening of Corporate Communication Cell Constitution of new Service namely APTRANSCO Corporate Communication Media Service Orders – Issued. 3. particularly the print and electronic media and the stake holders to explain from time to time the nuances of the above legislation to dispel possible apprehensions. Dated: 15-4-2004 Encl: Annexure (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON AND MANAGING DIRECTOR Date.17930-645-19865-715-23440 equivalent to chief Engineer in Engineering Service shall be created in the new service i. Nil. After careful consideration. has brought in radical changes. 2003 that has come into effect. for filling up of the post of Chief General Manager (Corporate Communications ) post shall be as per annexure appended.79.O.. (i) A separate service called “APTRANSCO. (ii) One cadre post with designation of “Chief General Manager (Corporate Communications)” in the scale of Rs.

(Per. or b) By direct recruitment for special reasons if suitable in service candidates are not available.) Ms.Annexure to T. Appointment by transfer: a) Must be a post graduate from any recognized University.O. b) Must be a post graduate for any recognized university.CGM/HRD&Trg.No. IV. d) Must have a proven track record in Journalism. VI.17 Dated: 23. II. Appointment Authority: APTRANSCO Selection Committee: To be constituted by APTRANSCO 152 .O. Post : Chief General Manager (Corporate Communications) Scale of Pay : RS 17930-645-19865-715-23440 Service: APTRANSCO – Corporate Communication /Media Serivce Method of Recruitment : a) Appointment by transfer from any post equivalent to Class I in any services under erstwhile APSEB orAPTRANSCO. c) Must have rendered not less than 10 years of service in a post equivqlent to class II/Class I in erstwhile APSEB in-charge of Public Relations/Communications/Image Building Exercise / Human Resources.2004 I. V. b) Must be an approved porobationer. c) Must have rendered not less than 10 years of Service in Central or State Government or any Public Sector Undertaking Autonomous body incharge of Public Relations Communications / Media Relation out of which 5 years must be in a senior position.4. III. Media Relations/ Public Relations. VII. Qualifications: By Direct Recruitment: a) Must not have completed 45 yrs of age on the first day of the year in the which the selection for appointment made. Corporate Communications .

ORDER: B.No. 18.25 Dated: : 05-05-2004 Read the following:- 1. 4th reads above.Ms.No 828.310.O.O. Dated:30-9-02 of Finance (TFR) Department .3. Under the proposed dispensation while the employees would continue to avail 153 .No.No 01 a) b) Revised Pay Range 02 Employees drawing basic pay upto Rs. “Employees Housing Loans through Banks “.965 (Management Services). 905.Dated::. Government have formulated a scheme viz.645/and upto Rs.The scheme is applicable to all the employees who are approved probationers and who have put in a total service of atleast 8 years .O.O. and has decided to tie. For this purpose.75 lakhs Do d) Rs.227. the Government have issued Orders on House Building Advance to eligible Government employees in Order to cater the housing needs of more number of Government employees.50 lakhs Rs.Ms.In the reference 3rd read above the APTransco has enhanced the existing pay range for sanction of House Building Advance to the employees of APTransco as detailed below: S. 12. G. Addl. 2.18. Dated::.00 lakhs Elegibility 04 Or 60 times of basic pay which ever is less. 4.7970/Employees drawing basic pay above Rs.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT AP Transco –Loans and Advances – House Building Advance through Banks – Adoption of Government Orders –Orders –Issued. T.4. Hyderabad.Secy ) (Loans )Ms. 21-11-2002 G. Government of A. 3.7970/ and upto 12. 5..50 lakhs Do 2) In the G.645/ Employees drawing basic pay above Rs. 29-11-1976.O. Dated: 24-10-2002 of Finance (TFR) Dept. Government of A.P.P.O.575/- Maximum Celling limit 03 Rs.P. Ms. Dated::. *** In the references 1st and 2nd read above the erstwhile APSEB issued Orders formulating “APSEB Regulations for grant of Loans for acquisition of houses by Board employees” for the construction or purchase of housing accommodation and /or for improvements thereof . (Per –Addl.Ms.Ms.O.30-3-1990 T. No.575/Employees drawing basic pay above Rs.No. Hyderabad.up with the Banks and Financial Institutions for sanction and disbursement of housing loans.3.2.No.Secy. Do c) Rs. B.P.

e. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD. 4) i) ii) The employees who intend to join the scheme may exercise their option and collect their “Eligibility Certificate “ as in Form –A (annexed to this order) from their respective sanctioning Authority and apply to the notified banks for Loans. 2004 All the Chief Engineers.C.A (R &A) is hereby authorized to issue a mandate for tie-up with Banks mentioned in Para 4 (iii) in respect of the quoted interest rates on Housing Loans.The employees would be required to open their salary accounts with the bank that sanctions the Loan.He shall issue necessary mandate Orders in this regard.P. 3. & C. The Federal Bank Ltd. Overall. the scheme is intended to contribute towards meeting the housing needs of the Government employees. State Bank of Hyderabad 4.s Superintending Engineers and Functional Heads of APTransco are requested to bring these Orders to the notice of their sub-ordinate offices and take necessary action in the matter and issue suitable instructions to the Drawing Officers under their control. Limited directs that the scheme approved by the Governement in the references 4th and 5th cited shall be made applicable to employees of APTransco with suitable modifications. 949. the Transmission Corporation of A. State Bank of Travancore 2. thereby resulting in the multipiler effect i.F. The following orders are accordingly issued:The scheme for Employee Housing Loans through Banks shall be as in Annexure –I to this Order for the benefit of AP Transco employees for sanction and disbursement lof Housing L:oans. IPC & Reforms) 5) 6) 7) 154 . The Scheme would be effective from 1st April.O. in addition to lthe existing Scheme in APTransco referred to in para (1) above. These Orders issue with the concurrence of Director (Finance& Revenue) vide U.It was also stated therein that the funds budgeted by the Government towards the proposed scheme would there be used to fund interest subsidy alone and not lthe entire loan amount. 3) After careful examination. Comml.A &C. Corporation Bank iv) The F.of the prosposed House Building Loans on the existing concessional terms and conditions and the Governement would have to bear the interest subsidy to the Bank and Financial Institutions.A. iii) The banks that are approved by APtransco for House Loans under this scheme are as follows:1. 01-052004. Dated. greater number of employees could be provided these loans within the limited budget of lthe Government.CA. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF AP LIMITED) G.

(b) Additional Loan Amount.5% 7.The scheme is applicable for all the AP Transco employees who are eligible for loans under the rules for the Grant of Loans to A P Transco employees for House Building purposes.5% 7. State Bank of Hyderabad 4.O.5% 7. Difference between Loan Amount and Eligible Loan Amount Loan over & above the A P Transco eligibility norms will be sanctioned by Bank only at the rate of interest (fixed or floating) quoted by banks.5% 5 to 10 years 10 to 15 years 15 to 20 years (B) Floating Rate of Interest: Period Upto 5 years 5 to 10 years 10 to 15 years 15 to 20 years BANKs 1.O.5% 7.5% 7. (c) Bank EMI:. (A) Fixed Rate of interest . 1. The salary account of the employee would be debited to the extent of Additional EMI and Employee EMI. The Federal Bank Ltd The effective Rate of Interest 7.The eligibility of the loanee for a loan would be decided by the bank in accordance with their credit or loan terms. The Federal Bank LTd 1.5% 7. The Federal Bank Ltd The effective Rate of Interest 7. State Bank of Travancore 1. EMI based on bank rate of interest for the Additional loan amount.. State Bank of Hyderabad 1.No. This would be split into two parts Employee EMI and Differential EMI. Corporation Bank 3.5% 155 . The Federal Bank LTd 2.05-05-2004) SCHEME FOR EMPLOYEE HOUSING LOANS THROUGH BANKS 1. The Federal Bank Lts 1. (d) Bank Rate of interest (Bank ROI ). Eligibility . The effective interest rates are as follows. Period Upto 5 years BANKS 1.5% 7. The scheme is optional to the employees who would have the discretion of continuing with the existing scheme of AP Transco . Dated::.ANNEXURE – I (Annexure to T. Definitions:(a) Additional EMI. The employees are encouraged to contact the bank directly to know their eligibility prior to making a formal application. The Federal Bank LTd 1. State Bank of Travancore 2.5% 7.25.5% 7.EMI based on Bank rate of interest for the Eligible Loan Amount. Applicability .Secy)Ms.5% 7. 2.(Addl. But the eligible loan amount and the A P Transco rate of interest would be as per the A P Transco rules.. The Federal Bank LTd 1.

(n) Loanee: Employee of APTransco eligible for APTransco loans/ advances under APTransco rules and sanctioned loan by the notified bank. For example. (k) AP Transco Rate of Interest (AP Transco ROI): The effective interest rate equivalent to the existing APTranso speicified simple rate of interest on the HBA loan as per APTransco sanction Orders at simple interest calculated on a reducing monthly balances starting from the date of disbursement of advance till the last date of outstanding. (i) Eligibility Certificate: Indicates the eligibility of the employee under APTransco loan rules. (h) Eligible Loan Amount : Loan amount shall be mentioned on Eligibility certificate Maximum Loan amount that the employee is entitled to under the prevailing APTransco loan rules shall be as mentioned in the Eligibility Certificate.63%. on the Eligible Loan amount would be paid by the A P Transco on quarterly basis to the banks. would b e 4.5% Building Advance 192 60 60 Interest 48 10 10 The interest rate charged would be 7.5% simple rate of interest.e) Competent authority: Deputy Secretary (Establishment) or any officer empowered to sanction HBA loans under existing A P Transco Loan rules from time to time.5% 8. 156 . The simple rate of interest and the term structure for the existing APTransco loan scheme are summarized below: Nature of Loan Rate of Interest Maximum monthly instalments forrecovery of Principal House House /Flat Repairs only Site only 8. (g) Differential EMI : The difference between the Bank EMI (based on Bank Rate of interest) and Employee EMI ( Based on A P Transco Rate of interest ). if any). However. The A P Transco would facilitate the compulsory opening of the salary account of the loanee in the bank from which it can debit the Employee EMI.5 % for the last Grade employees in case of House / Flat Parchase or Constuaction and site Parchase Only (m) Lender Bank: One of the Notified Banks that decides to lend to the Loanee. (j) Employee EMI: EMI based on APTransco Rate of Interest for the Eligible Loan Amount.5% 8. with 18 months moratorium and 8. it shall not be construed as the sanction letter that would be issued by the bank (annexed as in Form-B). the APTransco rate of interest for a 20 years House construction loan. (l) APTransco Simple rate of interest: Simple rate of interest on housing loans for the employees as specified under APTransco rules and as mentioned in the “Eligibility Certificate’’ shall be changed. (f) Credit Risk : To be borne by the lender. (o) Loan Period: The HBA loan period would be for the period of maximum 20 years (excluding moratorium. The recovery shall commence from the 19th month of the date of the drawl of the first instalment or from the month following the month of completion of the house/ flat whichever is earlier.

(b) As the employee cannot be sanctioned more than the eligible loan amount (under A P Transco Loan Scheme) he should first collect the Eligibility certificate (annexed as in Form-A) from the competent Authority before making an application to the Notified Bank. This would be equal to the sum of Eligible Loan Amount and additional loan amount (if any) availed by the employee. The Competent authority in turn. that are collected and paid by the bank to the third party. application-processing etc.(p) Loan Amount: Total Loan availed by the employee from the bank. (d) Incase the application is accepted the bank would issue the sanction letter as in Form—D annexed to this Order. Scheme in Brief: (a) “APTransco’’ would enter into an agreement. The competent Authority should retain the sanction letter and copy of the agreement in his office and should also update his records with the salary account particulars of the "Loanee". (e) The bank should also intimate the Competent authority the consolidated list of sanctioned loans by the 15th of every month in a format as in Form-B annexed to this Order. should reconcile the details mentioned in the list with the sanction letters and the agreements sent earlier. The APTransco would not provide any other guarantee to the lenders. 4. and make the disbursements whenever due. insurance etc. under this scheme. (s) Out-of-pocket expenses: Pass-through Charges relating to stamp paper. (t) Processing charges: Charges relating to title investigation. The employees would then be entitled to apply for HBA Loan. with the “Notified Bank’’ and would issue orders in this regard. which would be applicable for 6 (six) months. After the bank releases the last and final disbursement the "Lender Bank" should issue the "Disbursement letter" enclosed as in Form—D (annexed to this Order) to the "Loanee" who should submit the same to the Competent Authority / Drawing Officer. While the entire loan amount would be sanctioned by the bank based on its credit norms. The employee should submit the sanction letter and a copy of the agreement to his \her competent Authority. The employee should also open his salary account with the Lender bank The bank would sign the agreement with the loanee. (r) Notified Bank: Bank notified by the Orders of APTransco. (c) Under this scheme the employee would contact any of the "Notified bank" for making an application for Housing Loan in the format prescribed by the bank along with his eligibility certificate and other documents specified by the bank. on actuals basis. In case the application is rejected. the APTransco would provide the Differential EMI only towards the “Eligible Loan Amount’’. to the “Notified bank’’. In particular he shall verify the correctness of Eligible Loan Amount and A P Transco simple rate of interest". title registration. which is eligible to offer loan facility to the employees of APTransco. (q) Liability of APTransco: The liability of the APTransco is limited to the extent of differential EMI. that are collected and retained by the bank. 157 . the bank would intimate its decision to the employee.

e. (i) Once the Drawing officer verifies the details provided in the bill raised by the bank he should arrange the payments within 15 days of receipt of the bill from the bank. between the loanee and the bank.The Drawing Officer shall ensure that the claims made by the Banks towards interest subsidy shall be within the funds so allocated to them. (j) Once the Drawing officer passes the bill the Competent Authority/Drawing officer shall pay the interest subsidy I.These bills should be accompanied by a quarterly MIS report in the same form at as in Form-C ( annexed to this Order: ) for the previous quarters a copy of the bills shall also submit to the Deputy Secretary (Estt). (c) The Drawing Officer shall ensure that the salary of Loanee is credited to the salary account mentioned in the sanction letter. (g) At the end of the moratorium period ( if any ) the bank would start debiting on 1st of every month the salary account of the loanee to the extent of EMI based on the A P Transco rate of interest. The payment should be made within 15 days of submission of bill.Procedure to be followed by the Drawing Officers: (a) The Drawing Officer shall facilitate the employees to apply to the banks for loan and to open the salary account.75. A P Transco.(f) The bank would furnish monthly MIS reports to Competent Authority by 2nd of every month (for the disbursement and collections made in the previous month) in a form us in Form-C (annexed to this Order: ) The Competent Authority should verify all the details –Particularly the disbursement date-mentioned in this report will the details mentioned on the "Disbursement letter" submitted by the employee. 5. (k) The Competent Authority/Drawing Officers are authorized to incur expenditute under the above Head of Account as in the case of Employee costs and report the expenditure to their HODs: (l) The APTransco shall allocate funds separately under the above head of account for all the expenditure Units/Circles of AP Transco.765 Employee Costs – “Other Welfare Expenses – Interest Subsidy on the loans sanctioned by the 158 . (b) The Drawing officer shall facilitate the execution of agreement and other such formalities required . (e) The Drawing Officer shall pay the interest subsidy i. Hyderabad or any other officer authorized from time to times.e "Differential EMI" for the employees under his control to the concerned "Lender Bank" by preferring bill under the Head of Account No. Vidyut Soudha. (d) The Drawing Officer shall ensure that any change in the salary account or the acceptance of resignation/Pre-mature retirement would require the “No Objection Certificate” of the Lender Bank. towards the successful completion of the loan disbursement process.765 Employee Costs – "Other Welfare Expenses" – interest subsidy on the loans sanctioned by the banks towards HBA’ On the Loans sanctioned by the bank to the AP Transco employees (tol be opened)”.075. (h) The bank would also raise the bill on Drawing Officer for the differential EMI on consolidated: basis on 30th june 30th September 31st December and 31st March for the previous quarter . “Differential EMI” for the employees under his control to the concerned “Lender Bank “ by Preferring bills under the Head of Account “No.

The bank would process the application and carry out the necessary due diligence within a maximum period of one month and convey the same as accepted or rejected to the employee and the AP Transco after assigning broad reasons in case of rejection.C annexed to this Order:. The Competent Authority Should reconcile the details mentioned in the list (Form-B) provided by the bank with the sanction letters and the agreements. 30th Septemeber. After the bank releases the last and final disbursement the “Lender Bank “ should issue the Disbursement letter “. Deputy Secretary (Estt. termination orany similar event related to the “Loanee”.)/APTRansco/ Vidyut Soudha. The Drawing Officer Should verify all the details – particularly the disbursement dates – mentioned in this report with the details mentioned on the “Disbursement Letter" submitted by the employee. 6. 31 st December and 31st March for the previous quarter. In particular .e. suspension . The Payment should be made within 15 days of receipt of bill from bank.banks towards HBA”.. Procedure to be followed by the Competent authority: (a) The Competent Authority i. he shall verify the correctness of “Eligible Loan Amount “ and “ AP Transco Simple Rate of Interest”. Hyderabad or any other officer authorized from time to time. the salary account of the loanee to the extent of EMI based on the APTransco rate of interest. (f) (g) 159 . The bank should intimate to the Competent authority the consolidated: list of sanctioned loans by the 15th of every month in a format as in Form –B.These bills should be accompanied by a quarterly MIS report in the same format as in Form – C for the previous quarters. Procedure to be followed by the Banks: The banks would admit the application along with the relevant documents from the applicant and undertake the scrutiny of the same as per their respective eligibility norms. enclosed as in Form –D annexed to this Order:. with copy to Deputy Secretary (Estt.) or any other officer authorized from time to time on consolidated basis on 30th June. to the “Loanee” who should submit the same to the Drawing Officer.) or any other officer empowered from time to time shall issue the “Eligibility Certificate” as given in Form. The bank would also raise the bill on Drawing Officer for the differential EMI with a copy to Deputy Secretary (Estt. The competent Authority should retain the sanction letter and copy of the agreement in his office and should also update his records with the salary account particulars of the “Loanee”. On 1st of every month. (b) (c) (d) 7. At the end of the moratorium period (if any) the bank would start debiting.A. on the Loans Sanctioned by the Banks to the APTransco employees (to be opened)” . (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) The bank would furnish monthly MIS reports to Drawing Officer by 2nd of every month (for the disbursements and collections made in the previous month) in a format as in Form. The Competent Authority shall ensure that a copy of AP Transco Orders is also sent to the “Lender Bank “ In case of transfer.

DP/DM. at their discretion. Waiver of HBA loan outstanding in case of Death of the APTransco employee while in service: The House Building Advance outstanding will be written off in the case of employees.8.II/1639-G1/ 87-4.ding Advance loan.Hence.No.The employees who died in normal course should choose either employment or waiver of House Buil.Not withstanding this.This would be applicable only for the outstanding loan for the “Eligible Loan Amount “ under APTransco HBA Loan rules.1-10-91. APTransco would repay the outstanding principal to the bank or the net present value of the outstanding Bank EMIs discounted at the rate of interest equal to Bank Rate of Interest. the APtransco would not be liable to pay the differential EMI. Dated::. General: (a) The loan accounts opened as part of the proposed scheme are subject to the audit of the Office of C &AG/Statutory Audit/Internal Audit. in case APTransco decides to waive off the outstanding loan. In this new scheme .Out of pocket expenses would also be charged on actuals to the loanee. (b) (c) (d) 160 . provided that he is satisfied that the loan was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned.This would mean that APtranco would stop making the subsidy payments in situations where the employee ceases to be in service. Processing charges would be charged by the banks. who died in fatal accidents while attending to the departmental works in terms of Orders issued by the erstwhile APSEB in its Memo. APTransco would facilitate the bank to lay its claim on the terminal and PF benefits of the employee in such a situation only after all the APtransco recoveries are made as first charge. to the loanee. in situations other than the death of the employee. The Mortgage of the property underlying the loan would be in the name of the Lender Bank.

................ (Purchase of existing House /For construction of new house along with land /For construction of new house excluding land............... This certificate should not be construed as the recommendation for the sanction of loans as the same should be strictly as per your loan policy Regards (Competent Authority ) 161 .. working in department ....................Form-A Eligibility Certificate To All Notified Banks.......................... The employee should open the salary account in your bank before the loan is sanctioned....................... The details of the eligibility are as follows: Maximum Loan Eligibility (As per APTransco rules in Rs) Period of Loan Subsidised APTransco Rate of interest entitled (%) 3.............. Dear Sir. with Drawing Officer Code .................D......... is eligible for the loan of ......................) 2................ No........ with Employee I..................... 4........ Grade ........... ........................... This is to certify that employee (name) ... 1.

...........................Form................................. Transco Rate of Interest Employee EMI Additional EMI Total EMI payable by employee 3=1+2 Differential EMI payable by APTransco 4 Total EMI payable to the Bank 5=3+4 1 2 Date of Loan Sanction Date of agreement execution with the employee....P................................................ Period to which the report pertains to from ....B Report of the New Loans sanctioned (To be submitted by the Bank on 15th of every month to competent Authority of respective Office) Name of Bank/ Institution ..............D.......................... to ................. Department Name of Employee Employee I....... 162 ...No Grade Drawing Officer Code Salary A/c No Eligible Loan Additional Loan Loan Amount (3) amount as poer amount over and = (1)+(2) APTransco rules (1) above eligibility (2) Period of Loan A..............................

....D...................... Department Name of Employee Employee I...........Form – C MIS Report –Employee wise sanction details (To be submitted by the Bank by 2nd of every month to ) Name of Bank ............ Period to which the report pertains to from ..........No Grade Drawing Officer Code Salary A/c No Total Loan Amount Eligible Loan Amount Additional Loan Amount Period of Loan AP Transco Rate of Interest Bank Rate of Interest Employee EMI Additional EMI Total EMI payable by employee 3=1=2 Differential EMI Total EMI Payable to the bank 1 2 4 5=3=4 163 ....................................................................................................................................... to ...............

164 . Foreclosure..Date of issue of sanction letter Date of Agreement execution with the employee Details of Loan branches disbursed I II III IV V Date Amount Details of Loans Sanctioned Opening Balance New Loans during the period Payments of principial during the period Foreclosure (if any) Closing Balance Note: Provide separate attachments for any other detailsViz.

.... No.. with Drawing Officer ...D... working in the office of ....D Sanction-cum Disbursement Letter (To be collected and submitted by "Loanee" to the competent Authority) To The Competent Authority/ DO Department Office (name) .................... The details of the loan sanction are as follows: Total Loan Amount Eligible Loan Amount Additional Loan Amount Period of Loan AP Transco Rate of Interest Bank Rate of Interest Employee EMI Additional EMI Total EMI payable by employee 3=1=2 Differential EMI Total EMI Payable to the bank 1 2 4 5=3+4 3......... (Purchase of existing house/for construction new house along with land/ for construction of new house excluding land).................... with employee I........... This is to certity that employee (name) .. is ...................... Branch ........... with our Bank... The Details of Loan disbursed are as follows: Details of loan branches disbursed (only for the Eligible Loan) I Date Amount II III IV V (Signed by the Bank Authority) (To be given on the Bank's letter head only) 165 ........... no.Form .................. ..................................... His salary A/c. AP TRANSCO Dear Sir......... has been sanctioned loan for .... 1. 2.................................... Grade .........

Rt No.Sai Prasad .allocation of subjects under the control of Sri G. the Government of Andhra Pradesh have granted Earned Leave for 31 days from 11.Dated: 24.IPC &Reforms) / APTRANSCO with permission to leave the Head quarters and also Ordered to make internal arrangements during the above leave period. JMD (HRD. DE/ Disciplinary casesb. IPC & Reforms)/ APTRANSCO are reallocated as follows during his leave period as above: S. IPS.2004 2) G. Comml. Venkateshwar.2004 ORDER: In G.O. The Subjects hitherto under the control of Sri. Comml. Gneral Administration (Special –A) Dept .05.Act RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 166 .(Per –GM/P) Ms.Malakondaiah.APTRANSCO – Re. (Per –Addl. &IT) 1.170.2003 Dated: 12. Pandurangam. & IT) CE/RAC &Reforms 3 4 Sri A. JMD (V&S) Sri J. SE/Training 2.O.No. IAS.5.No:26 1) T. Dated:20. SE/Enquiries CE/(Comml.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :HYDERABAD -82 ABSTRACT Estt. V. Director (Fin &Rev) PMK Gandhi.O.Sai Prasad.2004 to 10. IPC & Reforms) to other Directors – Orders –I ssued.G.O.10.Sai Prasad.JMD (HRD. CGM(HRD&Trg)a.O.4. Director (RA &Co-ord) IT&IPPS Reforms&Elec.O.2004 (both days inclusive ) sri G. Director (Projects Construction) Subjects Commercial HRD Functional Head &Others CE (Comml. IRAS. 2nd cited.No Joint Managing Director /Directors 1 2 Sri M.6.Secy) Ms. Comml. T.1904. JMD (HRD. Additional Secretary 3.

O.2004 2.17.O. LR. 5) He is directed to assume charge on his appointment by transfer as Chief General Manager (Corporate Communications) accordingly.LTD) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 167 . 17930-645-19865-715-23440 has been created in the new service i.CGM (HRD&Trg)/DS(P)/PO-I /A1/157/2004.Chandra Sekhara Reddy.Chandrasekhara Reddy. 1st cited. presently working as General Manager (corporate Communication) (Non-cadre) for the post of Chief General Manger (Corporation Communications). (Per –CGM/HRD&Trg) Ms. 3) Under Regulation 14 (a) (1) of APSEB service Regulations part –II as adopted by APTRANSCO the Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited appoints Sri A.04.TRANSCO.19.O.Appointment of Sri A.2004 Read the Following:1. 4) The appointment Ordered above is purely temporary and liable to be terminated at any time without notice and without assigning any reasons thereto.O. (Per –C. Dated:26-4-2004 *** ORDER: In the T. “A.TRANSCO has selected the candidature of Sri A. General Manager /Corporate Communications (non –cadre ) by transfer as Chief General Manager /Corporate Communications – Orders – Issued. (BY ORDR AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION.P.O.O.P.No. on appoinmtment by transfer.No.O.OF A.e.GM/ HRD &Trg) RT.04. 2) The A.O.General Manager /Corporate Communications (non Cadre) by transfer as Chief General Manager /Corporate Communications in the time scale of Pay of Rs.Corporate Communication /Media Service” to strengthen the corporate communication cell.2004 3.No. T. (Per-CGM/HRD&TRg) Rt.17930-645-19865-715-23440 from the date of assumptiuon of charge He is eligible to draw usual allowances admissible form time to time. Dated: 23. Dated:26.Chandra Sekhara Reddy .No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Establishment – APTRANSCO – Corporate Communication /Media Service. T.27 Date: 12.P.05. T. one cadre post with designation as Chief General Manager (Corporate communications) in the time scale of pay of Rs.

P. B.P. After careful consideration of the matter the Transmission Corporation of A.5.Dated: 28-2-1977 8. From APTransco Engineers Association. 5. Comml.Dated: 30-10-1976 6. Govt. B.164.No.Dated: 31-12-1976 7.6. These orders shall come into force with immediate effect. First read above orders have been issued by the Government in Employment & Social Welfare Department for implementation fo Special Employment schemes 1973-74 under Half a Million Job Programme.4-3-2004 10.876. IPC&Reforms) 168 . Limited directs that the stipulated training period of 9 months under the programme shall not be considered for pensionery benefits and it is hereby Ordered that such of employees who fall short of service to earn full pension shall make individual representation to APTransco with necessary details for condiseration. 3.Dated: 13-8-1976 5.No. From AP Power Diploma Engineers Association Letter Dated::. 12.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT ESTABLISHMENT –APTRANSCO. 2.69 Date: 25-06-2004 Read the following:- 1. 3. Dated: 10-7-1973 2. Ms. No.No. B.Secy –Per) Ms. 12-6-2002 and 17-7-2003 9. G. Dated: 24. (Addl.O.Counting of training period beyond initial 9 months training period as envisaged in the scheme for purpose of pensionery benefits – Orders – Issued.10/L1/73-8.No.O.O.Ms. Letter Dated::.P.These orders issue with the concurrence of the Director (Finance & Revenue) vide his U.No.P. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD.No.2004 ORDER: In the G. 1421/ D (F) /04.O. 4.O. Note No.Ms.2004 (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF AP LIMITED) G. These orders are not applicable to the cases of voluntary retirement.Dated: 17-7-1973 addressed to public works Department with a copy to secretary APSEB.1028.Stipendiary Trainees selected under Half a Million Job programme during 1973-1974 .84 Employment &Social Welfare Department..699.U.Some of the Graduate Engineers and Diploma holders selected for training under Half A Million Job programme on stipendiary basis represented that the training period undergone by theGraduate Engineers and Diploma Holders beyond initial 9 months period may be reckoned as qualifying service for computation of pensionery benefits only as some of them have not put in required number of years of qualifying service to earn full pension. From APSEB Engineers Association.Ms. 4.O.Ms. T.P. 15-11-2001. Advertisement /Notification Published by the APSEB on 26/27-8-1973 publlished in the News papers. Letters Dated. B.

(Per –Addl.2004 Read the following:- T. Transco with immediate effect. IPC & Reforms) 169 . The AP Transco directs that the Additional Secretary. 25.2004 *** ORDER: In the T. T.Secy) Ms.O.(Rupees twenty five thousand only) after scrutiny by the Deputy CCA (Audit & IPC).Secy) Ms. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF APLIMITED) G. Dated:1. JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR (HRD Comml.O. APTRANSCO – Delegation of powers to the Additional Secretary for sanction of Legal fee and expenses – ORDER:s –Issued. 01.SAI PRASAD.O.No 71.O cited Orders have been issued transferring subjects relating to Legal matters to the Additional Secretary AP Transco from the control of Chief General Manager (HRD& Training) AP.O. AP Transco.O.000/.04. Dated: 28. APTRANSCO shall exercise the powers to sanction Legal fee and expenses upto Rs.No. 2. (Per – Addl.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT LEGAL CELL.6.

G.42.15.10.Ms. *** ORDERS: The Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited directs that the Orders issued by Government of Andhra Pradesh in the reference 7th cited (Copy enclosed) shall be made applicable to the employees of Transmission Corporation of A.2003-Orders . B.2004. Memo.P LIMTED) G. T.No.30.O.Issued.29.OSD(P) DM(IR)PO.425 . G.1978 4. 3. 7.TRANSMISSON CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA ::HYDERABAD – 82 APTRANSCO – Social Security-cum-Provident Fund Booster Scheme-Adoption of G. IPC & Reforms ) 170 . 2. DATED.37688-A/227/Pen-1/78-1.42.1985 6.Ms No.O.5. G.P. B. Comml.No. 5.10.No.12.Dated::29.3/37/85.P Limited covered by the APSEB GPF scheme adopted by A. (P&G Per) Ms.26.73. Dated: 28. Read the following:- 1.No.9. Dated.P Transco with effecet from the date of issue of these Orders .1977.1.1982.373Dated.1.4.O Ms.1976.2.O (GM (HRD & Trg) Per) Ms.Ms.7.P.748. Dated:1. Memo.No. Dated.1995.O Ms No. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION COROPORATION OF A. Dated.SAI PRASAD JOINT MANGING DIRECTOR (HRD.2003.No.9.O.No. Dated: 23.

G.Ms.Dated.Pen.6000/.Ms.Ms.1977 3.1980 6.O. 326 Fin & Plg (FW. No.I) Dept.Dated.O.1980.O. 28. AMENDMENT –I In the said rules.O.W.26. G. G.Dated. and(iii) the following items shall be substituted namely.000/.10. No. No.1980. Pen.GOVERNMENT OF ANDRA PRADESH ABSTRACT PROVIDENT FUND – Amendments to the General Provident Fund (Andhra Pradesh ) Rule.O.in the case of Gazetted officers Rs.15.O.Ms.64 Fin & Plg (FW. No. No.(FW.I) Dept.29-1-2003 Read the following:- 1.28.in the case Non-Gazetted officers and Rs.(ii).1976. (1) in Sub – Rule (a) for items (i) .I) Dept.A .Pen.5. 1935 – Notification – Issued FINANCE (PESIONS. G.9.Ms.161 Fin & Plg (F.Pen.000/shall be substituted. 2.Ms.Pen.Pen.O. Dated.1977 4.425 Fin & Plg.I ) Dept.— i) ii) iii) Rs.20.10.No.11.3.174 Fin & Plg (FW. ORDER: The following Notification will be published in the Andhra Pradesh Gazette the 29th January. G.3. No.2000/.42.the expression not exceed Rs. G. 2003 NOTIFICATION In exercise of the power conferred by the proviso to Article-309 read with Article 313 of the Constitution of India the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following amendment to the General Provident Fund (Andhra Pradesh) Rules 1935 and as amended from time to time .Ms. 5.I) Dept. The amendments hereby made shall come into force with immediate effect.000/.Dated.14. Dated.8. II) DEPARTMENT G.Dated. 171 .373 Fin & Plg (FW.in the case of Last Grade Employees (2) in Sub-rule (b) for the expression not exceed Rs.4. in rule -30.I) Dept.

provided he is a gazetted officer. If there are other Gazetted Officer in the same office (besides the Drawing Officer). (a) In the case of all Non Gazetted employees (including last grade employees ) working in the Directorates /Offices of the Head of department the drawing officer of such Directorate is empowered to sanction Temporary Advance/part –final withdrawal. b) In case the Drawing Officer is a Non – Gazetted Officer. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) S. Cases of relaxation of rules in cases of real hardship shall be referred to Government in Finance Department. Secretaries and above working in the secretariat the Secretary to Government in each department is empowered to sanction Temporary Advance/Part –final withdrawal.Gazetted Head of the Office. namely:FIFTH SCHEDULE (See Rule -14) Authorities competent to grant Temporary Advancees/ Part final Withdrawals. (i) (a)In the case of all non –Gazetted employees (including last grade employees ) working in the offices other than secretariat and Directorate /Head of the Departments the Drawing Officer is empowered to sanction Temporary Advance /Part –final withdrawal. the next superior Gazetted Officer shall be authorized to sanction Temporary Advance/part final withdrawal to all the employees including Non. 1. (a) 2. the Head of the Department is empowered to sanction Temporary Advance/Part final withdrawal. In the case of all Gazetted Offices (including theDrawing Officer ) working in the Directorates. Secretary (OP) in each department is empowered to sanction Temporary Advance /Part final withdrawal.ARORA PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT.AMENDMENT –II In the said Rules for the existing “Fifth Schedule “the following shall be substituted. 172 . the Asst.Secretary (including last Grade) working the Secretariat. (c) (ii) (b) (iii) In the case of the Heads of the Departments the Secretary to Government in the concerned administrative Department is empowered to sanction Temporary Advance /Part final withdrawal. the Head of the office is empowered to sanction Temporary Advance/Part final withdrawal to the Drawing officer and to the other Gazetted officer. (iv) (a) In the case of staff below the level of Asst.K. In the case of Asst.

the Price variation amount can be claimed for each of batch of supplies made form time to time out of total quantity and will be payable after due verification.12. 09. CEE (Construction )/Ms No. 80 Dated::. 14. approves the following amendment to the Purchase Manual.11 to the draft specification of Procurement of materials given in Purchase Manual.T. AMENDMENT Add the following clause after cl.2004 Read the following :1.2003 ORDER: In the reference cited.07. 173 . T. "Clause 14. After careful consideration the Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Ltd.O. The amendment is applicable to all contracts under execution.O.O CEE (DFID &APL) Ms.16.No.49 Dated::. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE Chairperson & Managing Director.O.5. the Purchase Manual for purchase of materials & for placing work contracts was approved. This amendment is operative with immediate effect.

04 14) F.2003. 1961 FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR 2004-2005 TO BE TRAINED IN APTRANSCO – ORDERS – ISSUED.2002 Lr.65/2001.BAT/SRP/12-CS/03.CGM/HRD/DS/AS. 2.No. Dt: 28. T.345/02. D.No. Consequent to issue individual office orders on imparting of apprentice Training of respective DISCOMs and APTRANSCO. 1961 and subsequent amendments thereon for the Financial Year 2001-2002 in operation circles of four Discoms and in APTRANSCO.No.CE (TR&Plg)/AS(Exams)/A3D.03.2004 to 29.2003 8) Lr.O.236/2003.2003 received from CGM/EPDCL 9) Lr.CE/CTI/AS(Exams)/D.04. Chennai on 27. Dt: 15.O.No.2001 Memo. Dt: 06. accorded approval for imparting Apprenticeship Training to 3500 Apprentices of different categories for a period of one year under the provisions of Apprentice Act. Dt: 5. (CE-CTI)Ms.O.F.O.2003 13) F.No.NO.CGM/HRD/DS/AS(IR)/PO(S)/J(S)/F. Dt: 29.05.08.06.06.No.No. 1560/03. (CGM-CTI) Ms.NO.2003 received from CGM(HRD)/NPDCL 7) Lr. (CE-CTI)Ms.No. Dt: 03. Dt: 29.BAT/SRP/CS/04. Dt: 24.No.84. Dt: 06.2003 Lr. Dt: 02.CGM(HRD/GM(S)/AS-II/PO-IV/199/03.03.No.04 T.116.05.No.No. (CE-CTI)Ms.O. Dt: 28.CE (Trg&Plg)/AS(Exams)/A2/D.2001 T.03.227/2001. Memo.O.2003 received from Board of Apprenticeship Training (Southern Region). Chennai on 20.No.(CE/CTI/AS(Exams)/D.No. The representatives of all the companies attended to select the candidates company wise including APTRANSCO as per their requirement.No. for the financial year 2004-05.07.07.06.NO.07. The APTRANSCO in the reference 1st cited.No. Dt: 17.2003 10) Lr. No.III/PO(Trg)/D.2004. 110 Ref: Dated: 16.296.BAT/SRP/CS/04.O. centralized interviews were conducted by the Board of Apprenticeship Training (Southern Region). 1311/03.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO – CTI APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF APPRENTICE ACT.06.No.05. Dt: 10.05. 12) T. The requirement of apprentices stream wise as furnished by Chief Engineers for training in APTRANSCO is as follows: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 174 .06.2001. Dt: 02.215/2001.Dir (HRD/DS(Per)/AS(P)/PO-A/A1-44/03.06.04 *** 1.No.2003 11) Lr.O.

7. Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Electronics & Communication Engineering 10 15 175 . of Candidates 27. & IT CE / RE CE / Transmission CE / Civil CE / HRD & Trg/CTI Total 31 4 12 8 4 2 36 2 99 2 2 12 16 ECE 2012322 Diploma Engineers IT Civil ECE 2 20 20 36 49 EEE 11 2 - Vocational + 2 stages Civil (Office Assistance) 16 16 16 - 20=(169) 20 16=(85) 32 3.7.30 to 1.04 2.30 to 1.7.No.M.7.04 29.00 PM 9.04 28.04 28. Chennai Vide Lr. including GAT and Diploma in different categories and the same was communicated to the Director of Training. Training Southern Region. D. of Candidates 42 10 10 5 Diploma Engineering Date Time Subject Field No.30 to 1.00 PM 9.04 28.00 PM Subject Field Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Computer Science Engineering (CSE) Electronics & Communication Engineering Civil Engineering No.30 to 1.7.Graduate Engineers EEE CSE CE / 400 KV L&SS CE / Power Systems CE / Constructions CE / Telecom CE / Grid Operation CE / Comml.2109/04.CGM (HRD&Trg)/SE (Trg)/AS(Gen)/ A2 / Apprentice-04. 2.No.00 to 5 P.7.M. CIT Campus.00 PM 9. The APTRANSCO approved training for 92 candidates.04 Time 9. Taramani. dt: 24/07/2004 for selection of the candidates as follows: Graduate Engineering Apprentices Training Date 27. Board of Apprenticeship.00 to 5 P.

in turn the respective CEs of APTRANSCO shall issue placement orders to the respective officers under their control. Diploma Engineering in EEE and ECE as per the training needs among the list of candidates called for from the Centralized selection by the Director of Training. Board of Apprenticeship Training. 1400/. Chief Engineer Power Systems. Chief Engineer / Comml.06.P. Chief Engineer/Telecommunication.per month 176 . Civil).2001 as follows:1) Engineering Graduates Rs. ECE. The Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg) / CTI shall.After selection of the candidates during the above dates. The Apprentice Trainees shall be paid stipend as per revised rates issued Vide BAT/SRP/12/475/ 2001. Chief Engineer Grid Operation. Chief Engineer/ Constructions. Chennai and applications received by Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg) / CTI / Hyderabad of all over the state of A. Southern Region. 6. duly following the rules of reservation. & IT. Chief Engineer / Civil and Chief Engineer / HRD&Trg/CTI to issue allotment orders to the list of selected candidates under their control as per the allocation made in para (4) above to impart Apprenticeship training as Apprentice Trainees to utilize their services wherever necessary as per the scheme under the provisions of Apprentice Act. 1961. 1970/.per month 2) Diploma Engineers Rs. The Chief General Manager (HRD & Trg) / CTI is authorized to select the candidates in different categories such as Engineering Graduates in EEE. allocate Graduate Engineers and Diploma to APTRANSCO as mentioned in para (4) above. the candidates both Diploma & Graduate Engineering Apprentices were allocated among the Chief Engineers of APTRANSCO as follows:Graduate Engineers CSE ECE IT Civil 2 5 3 10 8 2 10 5 5 Diploma Engineers ECE EEE Civil 10 5 15 4 1 5 10 92 - EEE CE / 400 KV L&SS CE / Power Systems CE / Constructions CE / Telecom CE / Grid Operation4 CE / Comml. & IT CE / RE CE / Transmission CE / Civil CE / HRD&Trg/CTI Total 8 2 5 7 2 13 1 42 5. Chief Engineer / Transmission. Chief Engineer / RE. 7. The APTRANSCO hereby authorizes the Chief Engineer / 400 KV L&SS. CSE. Dt: 07.

DIPLOMA ENGINEERS SCRUPULOUSLY. 9.PA Total expenditure Rs. THE CHIEF ENGINEERS SHALL FOLLOW THE GUIDE LINES ISSUED BY APTRANSCO FROM TIME TO TIME IN REGARD TO IMPLEMENTATION OF APPRENTICE ACT AND REIMBURSEMENT OF GOVERNMENT SHARE (50%) OF STIPEND IN CASE OF GRADUATE. Agreement are 177 .8. The Chief Engineers are also informed that there is no obligation on the part of APTRANSCO to provide employment to the Apprentice Trainees. The controlling officers shall also claim reimbursement from the Board of Apprentice Training (Southern Region). Taramani.000/.880. THE CHIEF ENGINEERS ARE REQUESTED TO INSTRUCT THEIR CONTROLLING OFFICERS THAT THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR REALISING THE REIMBURSEMENT OF THE STIPEND FROM THE BOARD OF APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING (SOUTHERN REGION). 13.000/. Two copies of the format of Contract.03.31. 7 and 8 above.e. Rs 10. 12. Chennai towards 50% of the stipend paid for every quarter in respect of Graduate. 1970 x 67 = Rs. Rs. Chennai. Specific mention of this clause shall be made in the training orders of the Apprenticeship Trainees.P. 14. The controlling officers shall pay the stipend as proposed at para (7) every month to Apprentice Trainees of different categories during the period of training for one year from the date of joining of the Trainees.880. The Chief Engineers are further requested to incorporate the relevant guide lines in the orders to be issued to the Apprentice trainees as was done earlier. 16. 11.M i.M. CHENNAI WITHIN THE STIPULATED TIME. 100/.PA ii) For Diploma Engineers @ Rs. 10. No preferential treatment will be given to the Apprentice Trainees for appointment into regular services of the APTRANSCO at a future date. The Chief Engineers shall provide necessary budgetary funds as per the estimated cost towards Apprentice training programme as mentioned in paras 4.PA Out of the said amount 50% i.940/. The Chief Engineers are requested to bring this provision to the notice of the candidates seeking Apprenticeship Training. who underwent Apprentice Training and APTRANSCO shall NOT provide employment to these candidates.990/.01. Diploma Apprentices duly furnishing the Contract Forms prescribed by the concerned authority. 4. A copy of the format for Apprenticeship contract prescribed under the Act which is to be typed on nonjudicial stamp paper worth Rs.20. ie Rs. 1961.will be reimbursed by Board of Apprenticeship Training (Southern Region). 1400 x 25 = Rs.e.P. 35. The Chief Engineers shall furnish the details of Trainees as well as the particulars of reimbursement to the Apprentice Board in the prescribed proforma with copies to Chief General Manager (HRD&Trg)/ CTI/Hyderabad. 20. 15.83. The approval is hereby accorded for the following expenditure:i) For Engineering Graduates @ Rs. 1. The Chief Engineers are requested to instruct their Controlling Officers to mention this clause in their training orders to be issued to the individual trainees in addition to other terms and conditions in existence under the provisions of Apprentice Act. 15.and duly filled in by the individual Graduate Apprentice trainee in addition to other terms and conditions as per the Apprentice Act.

In respect of Diploma Engineers there is no need to insist for non-judicial stamp paper but the contract form shall be on plain paper in triplicate. keep the Bond Paper with the Controlling Officer. 17. These orders are issued with the concurrence of the Director (Finance) vide his U.No.08. The Instructions / guidelines issued by this office from time to time in this subject matter have to be followed without any deviation. COMML . one copy of Original to the Director. Chennai and another to the CGM/(HRD&Trg) / CTI / Hyderabad. 06.on plain conquest paper.1758 dt. SAI PRASAD JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR HRD.2004..G. All in original. IPC & REFORMS 178 .O. Board of Apprenticeship Training. Sd/. 18.

4. 17285-645-19865-715-23440 with effect from the date of actual utilization. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 3.(P&G-Per) Ms.No. The Joint Secretary post shall be downgraded as Deputy Secretary as and when the incumbent vacates the post either on superannuation or otherwise.P. qualifications etc.O (Per-GM/P) Ms. ORDER: After careful examination. the Transmission Corporation of AP Ltd Directors that the post of Joint Secretary shall be revived by converting the post of General Manager (IR) (Earlier upgraded from DS cadre) in the scale of Pay of Rs.O.P.No. 1.Dated:3.6.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT CTP-16/04 –A.O.Dated:16.2003 *** Dated:.17930-645-19865-715-23440 as Joint Secretary in the scale of Rs.III.(Per-GM/P)Ms.P. 17930-645-19865-715-23440 last continued in the reference third cited as Joint Secreatary in the scale of pay Rs. The Joint Secretary Post shall be filled up in terms of B. governing the post ofJoint Secretary in P&G service shall be as indicated in the reference first cited. The incumbent counted against the post shall be eligible to draw the usual scale of pay and allowances admissible as per Rules and Regulations in vogue.Transco -P & G Service – Conversion of General Manager (IR) Post (Earlier upgraded from DS cadre) in the scale of pay of Rs.(Per-CGM/HRD&Trg)Ms. as and when any one of the Deputy Secretaries become eligible.Dated:5-11-2003 T. 5. 179 .82.O. The method of recruitment. 18-8-2004 Read the following : 2. 178. first cited.17285-64519865-715-23440 – Orders-Issued.No. 2. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T.1992 T. 3. 147.O.7. B.No.O.

Reforms) as Chairman & Managing Director /APEPDCL – Re-allocation of subjects under the control of JMD (HRD.l IPC &Reforms)/ APTRANSCO are reallocated as follows until further Orders.O.Director (RA&Co-Ord) Reforms &Elec.JMD (HRD. Dated:: 12. Joint Managing Director/Directors Sri M. Pandurangam.&IT) CE/RAC&Reforms 3. T. The subjects hitherto under the control of JMD (HRD. Comml. S.Sai Prasad IAS .No:4645. PMK Gandhi.Secy. the Government of Andhra Pradesh have issued Orders transferring Sri G.2004 *** ORDER: In G.IRAS.O.No. (T.107. General Administration (SPL-A) Dept. DE/Disciplinary cases b) SE/Training 2.. Director (Projects Construction) Subjects Commerical HRD Functional Heads &Others CE(Comml.&IT) 1.O(Per – Addl. Dated:18.A.O 1st cited. IPC &Reforms) to other Directors – Orders –Issued.No.O.Dated::.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDH: HYDERABAD-82 ABSTRACT APTRANSCO – Nomination and appointment of Sri G.112.Malakondaiah IPS.Rt. G. Comml. Sri.Director (Fin & Rev) IT &IPPS 4.) Ms.Act RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR 180 . Additional Secretary 3) SE/Enquiries CE/IPC CE(Comml. 2.SaiPrasad IAS.JMD (HRD Comml.11-8-2004 2.JMD (V&S) Sri J.V.No 1.O(ACS) Ms.08.2004 Read the following:- 1. Comml.Venkateshwar.08. CGM (HRD &TRG) a.IPC &Reforms) /APTRANSCO /Hyderabad and posting him as Chairman and Managing Director /APEPDCL/Visakhapatnam.

Vide G.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED (a wholly owned state Govt.O.Whole time) APTRANSCO. the Board of APTRANSCO. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIR PERSON &MANAGING DIRECTOR.APTRANSCO. APpa Rao.O (ACS) Ms.IAS.Dated: :27-10-2003 ORDER: Consequent to the changes in the Directors (Non-whole time) of APTRANSCO. in its 55th Meeting held on 28-08-2004.S.No 140. notified by the GoAP. 212. Director (Non-Whole time).No. (ACS) Ms. decided to effect changes in the following Members of the Audit Committtee: 1.Parthasarathy.Ms. in place of Sri J.O..O.O.O.O. T.Dated:: 02-09-2003 3. and 2. T. IAS Director (Non.No.Changes in the Members of the Committee –Orders –Issued.85. (ACS) Ms.No. T. Company) Vidyut Soudha :Hyderabad -500 082 ABSTRACT APTRANSCO –Audit Committee U/S 292 A of the Companies Act.O. 1956. (FA&CCA/A&E) Ms. All the concerned are therefore requested to take a note of the above changes.126 Dated: 28-08-2004 Read the following:1.177. Energy (Pr-III) Dept. Nomination of Sri T.Dated::02-02-2002 2. Nomination of Sri Deepak Kumar Panwar. T. IAS. dt 07-07-2004. 181 .O. in place of Sri Jannat Husain .No.

2004 Read the following:- 1. Lr. APEPDCL. APCPDCL and APNPDCL.2.2002.99 the employees of the erstwhile APSEB were allocated.e.Dated:: 1.4 Dated::2. it is hereby Ordered that the Pension and Leave Salary Contributions are to be remitted by the borrowing company with effect from 17. APEPDCL.I)/Options /516(1) (3)/2002 Dated:16.P.94 3.04 *** ORDER: Consequent on unbundiling of APSEB into APGENCO and APTRANSCO with effet from 1.8. till the final absorption of employees in respective companies viz APTRANSCO.No:128 Dated: 1.6. Transco Memo No:GM (P)/DS/AS(P)/PO (ADm.96 4.12.93 2.4.2. “ on as –is-where is “ basis based on the place they are working on the effective date to the APTRANSCO and APGENCO .8.2002 3. 2.) /DM(Pen)/PO-II/766/93-I. T.14.from No: CGM(HRD)/CPDCL/DS(Per)/AS(Per)/PO-13/775-B2/04 Dated::.Issued. 182 .(P&G Per)Ms. APGENCO. The option process was since finalized and the employees have become the exclusive employees of the respective companies with effect from 17.9. The question now arises is whether pension and leave salary contributions are to be paid by the borrowing company in respect of employees retained after final absorption of employees with effect from 17. as per the options exercised by them.2002 in respect of the employees who are continued in their companies treating them on deputation till they are repatriated to the parent company to which they have opted in option process and they actually join in the parent company. APTRANSCO.The APTRANSCO was further bifurcated into APTRANSCO and 4 Distribution Companies with effect from 1.2000.O. some employees are retained by the said companies in the exigencies of work and thye are treated on deputation where they are working if they happen to opt for other company.CGM (HRD&Trg)Ms.8.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Estt-APTRANSCO – Deputations –Deputation of employees to APGENCO and Discoms and vice Versa Contributions towards Leave Salary and Pension Contributions in respect of Deputationist –Orders. APSPDCL. B.8.4. After final absorption of the employees in respective companies i. APCPDCL AND APNPDCL was finalized. Boards Memo No: DM (Reg)/IV/323/Z-II (2)/95 Dated:: 28.2002 5. APGENCO.No.O. After careful examination of the matter by APTRANSCO. APSPDCL. Board’s Memo No:DS (Estt.The employees of the erstwhile APSEB were working in all the six entities and cadre management was done by the APTRANSCO.

1794 Dated::.2002 onwards till the dates of their joining in parent company. All the Functional Heads and Pay Drawing Officers in APTRANSCO are requested to collect the Pension and Leave salary contributions in respect of the employees who are on deputation with APGENCO and four DISCOMS and remit Pension and Leave Salary Contributions in respect of employees of APGENCO and other DISCOMS on deputation with APTRANSCO for the period from 17.2004) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN& MANAGING DIRECTOR.No. 183 .4.8. (THIS ORDERS ISSUES WITH THE CONCURRENCE OF DIRECTOR (FINANCE & REVENUE) REGD.23.8.

APTRANSCO. a consensus decision was taken that there should not be any relaxation either in respect of educational qualifications or number of years of service stipulated in Service Regulations while considering promotions/appointments in all categories of posts .O. Hyderabad within 15 days.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Regulations –Constitution of Committee to examine the minimum service requirement prescribed in the APSEB Service Regulations as adopted by the APTRANSCO for promotion to next higher post in the APTRANSCO in Engineering Service. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR. Accounts Service and Personnel &General Service Orders –Issued. The Committee shall submit its report to the Chairperson & Managing Director. 2. (JS-Per) Ms. 2. 3. Chief General Manager (HRD&Training) Chairman Financial Adviser &Chief Controller of Accounts (R&A) Member Additional Secretary Member The committee constituted in para 3 above is authorized to take the assistance of any other officers as may be required.No 135 Date 10-9-2004 Read the following:- APTRANSCO Memo No GM (HRD &Trg) /DS(P)/PO-IIII/1/153/2003 Dated: : 28-112003 *** ORDER: During the meeting held on 10-11-2003 with all the Chairman & Managing Directors of DISCOMs and APTRANSCO.Accordingly Orders were issued in the Memorandum read above to all the functional heads and field officers not to give any relaxation either in respect of Educational qualifications or number of years of service stipulated in Service Regulations while considering promotions appointment s in all categories of posts. 184 . 5. 4. It has been represented to the APTRANSCO that the length of service prescribed in the Service Regulations in the feeder posts for considering promotions to next higher posts is not uniform in Engineering Service. 3 After careful consideration of the matter the APTRANSCO directs that a committee with the following officers be constituted to examine the minimum service requirement prescribed in the feeder post in the APSEB Service Regulations as adopted by the APTRANSCO for promotion to next higher post in the Engineering service. T.Accounts service and Personnel &General Service and that the reduction in the length of service in the feeder post may be considered as the employees are deprived of their promotion to the next higher post in view of the Orders issued in the Memorandum read above. Vidyut Soudha.Accounts Service and Personnel & General Service:1.O.

Dated: 22. who joined the service prior to 1-2-1999 and presentlly working in APTRANSCO and Discoms.O. Finance (Pen-I) Department. No.523 Finance (Pen-I) Department.P.(P) No. Dated: 22-6-2004. (P) No.140 Dated: 14-9-2004 Read the following:- G.S-Per) Ms. Dated: 22-6-2004 ORDER: In Para 3 of G. Finance (Pen-I). 1980 2 After careful consideration.. 3.O. 523. the Government of AP have issued ORDERs including widowed/ divorced daughter and parents.. left behind neither widow nor a child in the definition of family for purpose of Family under Sub.2004 (copy enclosed) in respect of employees of erstwhile APSEB. the Transmission Corporation of A.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO – PENSIONS.Rule 12 of Rule 50 of Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules. hereby adopts the Orders Issued in the G.e from the date of issue of G.Definition of “Family” for the purpose of Family Pension –Inclusion of widowed /divorced daughter and dependent parents – Orders of Government –Adopted. who were totally dependent on Government servant while he was alive and where the deceased employee. These Orders shall be deemed to have come into effect from 22-6 -2004 i.O.O.O. (J.l Govt Of AP. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSCO OF AP LTD) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 185 .6. Dept. (P) No 523. T.O. Ltd.

A)Department. 186 .A (Spl A) Dept.12.4.The Committee has since submitted its Report to the Government in the reference 4th read above.No.No.Ramachandra IAS.4. FINANCE (PEN-I) DEPARTMENT G.O.659/ AC/2003. Finance (PC-I) Department .G.Dated: 11.1999 G.Copy of: GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Pensions –Recommendations of the Anomalies Committee constituted to look into the Anomalies arising out of recommendations of the pay Revision Commission .1.3% and 2% in respect of pensioners who retired prior to 1..2000 From Sri R.Dated: 16.1986 respectively as recommended by the Pay Revision Commission. 3. D.O. G. 3rd read above have appointed and Anomalies committee under the chairmanship of Sri R.(P) No 114. Dated: 16. Orders have been issued consolidating pension in respect of pensioners who retired prior to 1.O.A) Dept. Dated: 17.1978 and between 1. 6.2004 G.1. Among other things. (Spl. Dated: 4. 2.1974 and 31.Rt No.2. Servant while he was alive and where the deceased employee left behind neither widow nor a child in the definition of family for purposes of family pension. Public Grievances and Pensions Department of Pension &Pensioners Welfare.A.1998 duly allowing weightage of 6% . 1999.03 Enclosing his report Dated: 15. G. 2. G. 4.734.O. 7.1998 from Ministry of Personnel. Government vide G.G. Lr.O. Dated: 15. Teachers and workers of Andhra Pradesh the Telangana Non Gazetted Officers Union and the AP Secretariat Co-ordination Committtee with effect from 1st July 1998 with monetary benefit from 01.1999 G.A.3.O. (Retd) Chairman of the third Anomalies Committee.O.7. it was agreed to constitute a committee to look into the anomalies that may arise as a result of implemention of the recommendations of the pay Revision Commission . (Spl.8.960 . 1999 Definition of ‘Family’ for purpose fo family pension –Inclusion of widowed /divorced daughers and dependent parent – Implemented – Orders –issued. Orders were issued implementing the recommendations of the Pay Revision Commission 1999 with certain modifications in pursuance of the discussions with the Joint Action Committee of Employees.3.(P) No 156. No 413.3.523 Date:22-06-2004 Read the following:1.In the reference second read above.78 and 30. Ms.2004 Lr. Govt Of India. No .Ramachandraa IAS (Retd) . Dated: 1. Ms.9. 45/51/97-P&PW (E) .1974.O.04. between 1.(P) No. The committee among other things made the following recommendations on pensionery benefits: Inclusion of widowed /divorced daughter and parents who were totally dependent on Govt.3.O. first read above .1999.6.2003 5. *** ORDER: In The G. Finance (Pen I) Department .

O. Dated: 10-07-1969 9. 1980. All Pension Disbursing officers. Servant while he was alive and where the deceased employee left behind neither widow nor a child in the definition of family for purposes of Family under Sub. The expenditure is allocable among the various states in accordance with the provsions of G. as Ordered in GO 5th and 6th read above. The expenditure shall be debited to the pension Funds of Zilla Parishads in so far as NonGovernment Pensioners of Panchayat Raj Institutions are concerned and Pension Funds of the Respective Municipal Councils in so far as the Non – Teaching and Non.(Rupees two thousand four hundred and forty on. T. 5. 7. It is further clarified that the family pension to the sons/daughter will be admissible till he/she attains 25 years of age or upto the date of his/her marriage /re-mariage whichever is earlier. 4.Ms No.198. Government after careful consideration of the recommendations of the Anomalies Committee hereby Order inclusion of widowed/ divorced daughter and parents who were totally dependent on Govt. self employment etc. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) DR.3. 1980 where ever necessary will be issued separately. 6.1 The Family Pension in respect of sons/ daughters (including widowed/ divorced daughter) will be admissible subject to the condition that the payment should be discontinued / not admissible when lthe eligible son/ daughter starts earning a sum of Rs 2440/.ly ) per month from employment in the government . 3. private sector.Government Pensioners of the Municipalities are concerned and the relevant Head of Account of Government in so far as the teachers are concerned.e all Treasury Officers/Pension Payments officers are requested to implement these ORDER:s with authorization from the Accountant General (A&E) AP Hydreabad 8. Government have also decided not to entertain any grievances for the rectification of any alleged anomaly arising out of the recommendations of the Anomalies Committee in the wake of constitution of the 8th Pay Revision Commission. These Orders will come into force with immediate effect. i. RADHA SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (FP) 187 . finance. Necessary amendments to the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules.Rule 12 of Rule 50 of Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules.

1997 read with Memo No.No 238. 5.12. Dated::. the AP Transco herby delegates powers to the JMD (HRD.O. 3.000/. 2. comml. Rt.1999.07.1995 B.DM (A)/2565-F3/85-2. B.Dated::. (c) advances towards medical charges and also for reimbur sement of Medical Charges for treatment in Private Hospitals with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue).000/.P. Dated: 19.00.No 43.I/419 – m3/97.5.P. The AP Transco has reviewed the present powers and considered to delegate the power s now being exercised by the CMD in respect of the matters mentioned in para 1 above .22. T. 4. Dated::.No. 50.01.P. IPC & Reforms) 2.13. B.(Rupees one lakh only ).000/-and up to Rs. to the JMD (HRD.O.Comml.(CGM (HRD&Trg) Ms No 144 Dated: 22.I/1143/M1/88.07.07. Rt. After careful consideration.No. Bd’s Memo.98 *** ORDER: The Medical Claims relating to – (a) Prior/post facto approval to obtain treatment by the employees or their dependent family members in the hospitals outside the State of Andhra Pradesh (b) Special Sanction beyond the existing ceiling of Rs. APTransco for approval .. IPC&Reforms ) to accord approval in respect of the following matters relation to “Reimbursment of Medical Charges“ as per the APSEB Regulations for reimbursement of MedicalCharges as adopted by the APTransco: a) To accord prior/post facto approval for obtaining medical treatment by the employees of APTransco and their dependent family members in the hospitals outside the state of Andhra Pradesh .1995 B.Ms. Dated:16-061986.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA: HYDERABAD-82 ABSTRACT Delegation of Powers –Reimbursement of Medical Charges –Delegation of powers to JMD (HRD.142.with the concurrence of FA&CCA in charge of Accounts establishment every quarter are being circulated to the CMD. and (e) To ratify the action of the CGM (HRD&Trg) for the credit letters issued for medical treatment . Ms.P.09.No 103. as per the powers delegated in the references first to fifth read above. (d) approval for reimbursement of total expenditure(including inadmissible items) in curred by the employee for medical treatment in connection with the accident occurred while on duty.and up to Rs 1. Dated:: 20.00. with the concurrence of Director (Finance &Revenue): 188 . Comml. beyond the normal ceiling of Rs. 50. 1. 1. Dated::.DGM(IR)/ AS(IRO/MR.5.1997 Memo No DS (Ser)/AS (LOANs )/MR. IPC&Reforms ) – Orders – Issued. 6.2004 Read the following:- 1.000/.16.

(Rupees one lakh only) depending upon the nature of disease under Reg. in full.000/. 100000/. And c) d) e) f) Payment of Medical bills of all Board of Directors.12 (b) of APSEB Regulations for Reimbursement of Medical charges. every quarter.and up to Rs. without subjecting to audit. 1.with the concurrence of FA&CCA in charge of Accounts establishment. with the concurrence of Director (finance &Revenue) To ratify the action of CGM (HRD &TRG) for the credit letters issued for medical treatment beyond the normal ceiling of Rs 50. To accord approval for reimbursement of total expenditure (Without disallowing inadmissible items) incurred by the employee for treatment in connection with the accident while on duty without linking to his eligibility for such treatment . (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE AP TRANSCO) SMT RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 189 .00.000/.000/. as adopted by AP Transco with the concurrence of Director (Finance &Revenue): Full powers for sanction of advances towards medical charges and also for reimbursement of Medical charges for the treatment in private Hospitals with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue).as a special case up to Rs.b) To accord sanction in relaxation of existing ceiling of Rs 50.

TLC and one ADE / AE (Civil) as may be nominated by the concerned Superintending Engineer / TLC.O.10. 190 . etc.O.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA:: HYDERABAD-500082 ABSTRACT Detailed Instructions for preparation of Estimates for new EHV Transmission Lines & Sub-stations – Orders – Issued. the present order shall prevail. PREPARATION OF PROJECT ESTIMATE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVAL The Project Estimate for processing the Administrative Approval / Sanction shall be prepared as per the existing methodology based on Topo Maps to facilitate tying up of funds. T. revised administrative sanction / approval shall be obtained by the Construction Wing from the Board based on justification for such change in quantity. Any earlier instructions / orders not covered by this order shall continue to be in force. number / type of finalized towers. (3) In case of any deviation found necessary at the time of execution of the works in the finalized profile. In case of any conflict between the present and earlier instructions / orders. 8. & GO) Ms. 156 ORDER: Dt. 2. cost etc. the same shall be placed immediately before the Committee of Technical Directors for approval. Dir (Tr. 1. 2. prior to floating of Tenders.1 PREPARATION OF DETAILED TECHNICAL ESTIMATES FOR WORKS EHV TRANSMISSION LINES (a) Detailed Survey for Lines & Fixing Profiles (1) The TLC division shall carry out detailed survey including soil classification through a reputed / approved professional surveyor paying the approved rate of charges under direct supervision / coordination of one ADE / Electrical. well before finalization of Technical Estimates.2004 The following detailed instructions are issued for strict adherence by officers to ensure safety of transmission system and quality of works. If the detailed Technical Estimate cost exceeds by more than 10% of the Administrative Sanction. the line profile shall also be finalized including type of towers and classification of foundations by the above said group of Engineers with the assistance of a reputed / approved professional Surveyor having soil testing expertise to ensure there shall be no further deviations once work is awarded. (2) Simultaneously. No.

(b) Classification of foundations (1) The detailed guidelines for Classification of Foundations in different soils considering the worst conditions prevailing during the year as per Annexures-1 & 2 to these instructions are to be strictly adhered to. Headquarters to obtain the statutory clearances from Power & Telecom Coordination Committee (PTCC) for new Transmission lines routing. (2) In case of any deviation in classification of any foundation found necessary at the time of execution of the works in the earlier finalized classification. (3) Vigilance wing shall test check the soil classification finalized by the detailed survey. (c) Fixing of Anemometers Anemometers shall be fixed on the top of the towers at an interval of 100 owners and / or at the highest point in the Sub-Stations in the areas of past history of collapse of towers due to whirl wind conditions and particularly in the area classified as “Wind Zone-5” for recording adverse wind velocities. The cost of the same shall be incorporated in the Estimate. other than dry. (e) Clearance/Permission from PTCC. such deviation shall be permissible only with prior approval of the Chief Engineer of the respective TL & SS Zone based on justification for such deviation up to 10% of the total number of locations / concrete volume of the line. (d) Communications & Protection All new 400 kV & 220 kV transmission lines shall be provided with OPGW (Optical Fibre Ground Wire) with PLCC back-up for communications. the approval is to be accorded by the Committee of Technical Directors. in addition to the above V-SAT communication facilities shall be provided at all EHV Sub-Stations. However. 191 . permission from Railways for crossing of transmission lines over the railway tracks and from Civil Aviation Authorities for Towers to ensure that there shall be no hold up of works for want of these clearances / permissions. Micro Wave (MW) communications as required shall also be provided as found required. Above such limit. Railways & Civil Aviation Authorities Advance action shall be taken by the SE/TLC in consultation with CE/Construction. All new 132 kV transmission lines shall be provided with PLCC (Power Line Carrier Communication) equipment and G.I. Steel Ground Wire shall be continued as at present.

classification in the identified areas duly certified by local Revenue Authorities. The payments shall be by Cheques only. owner particular. The details of extent of land. etc. as prescribed shall be got fixed up by the landowner and consolidated statement along with assessed tree compensation shall be furnished to Chief Engineer (Construction) or Chief Engineer (400 kV) at Headquarters. At the time of taking up the excavation of foundations.2 FIXING OF RATES FOR COMPENSATION (a) Estimation of Crop & Tree Compensation On fixing of the Line Route after carrying out the detailed survey. MRO or the Horticulture Department. Accounts & Vigilance Wing. crop & trees likely affected. No deviation shall be allowed after such finalized level after work is awarded. 2. shall be prepared in the prescribed format by the EE/TLC and a provisional estimate shall be finalized for including in the technical estimate. crop / tree.. No deviation in the estimated crop and trees for compensation as furnished by the EE/TLC shall be permissible. (b) Payment Procedure The disbursement of Tree / Crop compensation shall be made by a team of officers from TLC. as the case may be. paving & stringing of the line the Crop/Tree compensation Forms. In the case of non-availability of rates for a particular classification of crop / tree. 192 .2.3 EHV SUB-STATIONS (a) Sub-Station Site Contours & Levels (1) The detailed contour levels of the proposed sub-station shall also be taken through a professional surveyor under direct supervision of ADE/Electrical. to facilitate processing the case for payment without delay and to avoid any hindrance to the construction programme on account of non-payment of crop compensation to the land owners well in time. The Vigilance Wing of APTransco shall verify the enumerated / assessed crop/tree compensation. The sub-station yard level shall be at proximate road level. tower erection. the EE/ TLC concerned shall request the District Collector to prescribe the rates. TLC and ADE/AEE (Civil) as nominated by SE/TLC concerned for finalization of the level of the Sub-station site. a detailed enumeration of area of land and the number of trees with classification likely to be affected in the corridor on construction of transmission lines shall be assessed by the EE/TLC concerned. The land / tree owners may be informed that the rate of compensation shall be at the lower rate among the rates of NABARD.

5 Provisions / Items to be considered for EHV Sub-Stations (a) New EHV Sub-Stations: The Administrative & Technical Estimates for New EHV Sub-Stations shall include standard equipment & switchgear and the items as detailed in Annexure-3. If not already covered. In case of any deviations / extra items are found absolutely necessary during execution of the scheme. the EE/TLC or EE/400 kV in-charge of the work shall submit the details with full justification for such deviation / new item to 193 . 2. TLC concerned as per the approved rates / common SSR of Government Departments for detailed surveys including trial pits excavations if any. (c) Maintenance of Assets Register The Officer-in-charge of the EHV Sub-station shall maintain the Assets Register at the Sub-station showing all the particulars of the assets including land showing extent.4 Engagement of Professional Surveyors and Payment of Charges including Trial Pits excavations The Charges shall be paid to the outsourced reputed by approved professional surveyor. value. (b) Assets Protection & Safety The Sub-Station site shall be protected from encroachments and thefts by providing compound wall with yeangle with barbed wire on top for securing the assets. to secure the assets of the Board. Such assets shall be verified and certified by the officer annually. such deviation shall be permissible only with prior approval of the Chief Engineer (Civil) based on justification for such deviation up to 10% of the quantity of filling. Avoidance of Time & Cost Over-runs The Construction Division shall ensure that the approved schemes are completed as per the schedule and within the given time frame. site plan. 2. etc. Above such limit. (b) Renovation & Modernization of Existing EHV Sub-Stations Attempts shall also be made to renovate & modernize the existing EHV sub-stations by covering items indicated at Annexure-3. prevent accidents / damages to costly equipment in position leading to life extension. the approval is to be accorded by the Committee of Technical Directors. 3. as engaged by the Executive Engineer. special rates as approved by the Committee of Technical Directors with the concurrence of Director (Finance) could be paid on case to case basis. to the extent possible from available funds to achieve interruption free operation and protect sensitive latest numerical relays being deployed in place of old electro-mechanical relays. In some cases. for soil classification.(2) In case of any deviation in the finalized levels of the sub-station.

(b) Identification of Sources of Supply for Material & Water Site nearby metal & sand quarries. are to be taken into consideration while preparing the estimates. The CE/TLSS concerned shall submit the report on readiness of such lines / sub-station to Director (Transmission & Grid Operation) along with proposed date & time for charging. the EE/TLC concerned has to survey and fix the source for estimation. In case the cost is expected to exceed 10% over the sanctioned cost. 4. Joint Statutory Inspection of new Lines & Sub-stations and Rectification of defects before charging Joint inspection by Construction & TLSS Division shall be carred out to identify any defects / deficiencies in new lines & sub-stations. Cabling. Earthing. bricks.S. as approved by other Government Engineering Departments like FWD. shall approve such deviations based on the justification. thereby giving no scope for any deviations and / or litigations. 5.. etc. For items of works not covered by the above S. Yard Lighting Masts. the CE/Construction or CE/400 kV shall submit a monthly return on the above to the Committee of Technical Directors for their review and ratification of the action taken by them. 194 . The charging shall be done as per the approval by Director (Transmission & Grid Operation) in consultation with State Load Despatch Centre. R&B. such as Transmission Tower Erection.R. Line Stringing. as the case may be. The Construction Division shall attend to all defects / deficiencies so pointed out and compliance report sent to TLSS Division. Public Health. The sources of supply of the above input items like metal. the rates as prescribed by APTRANSCO from time to time shall apply. brick kilns. However. The contractor shall be required to pool the material and other items from the identified sources during execution of the contract and furnish the lead statements. water supply source. The CE/Construction or CE/400 kV. the CE/Construction or CE/400 kV shall submit a report immediately and obtain approval of the Board. In case. etc. sand. etc. are to be firmed up and leads worked out accordingly for inclusion in the estimate. Irrigation. Counterpoise Earthing. COSTING OF INPUTS & SOURCES (a) Standard Schedule of Rates (SSR) for various Works of Transmission Lines & Sub-stations and O & M works The Common Standard Schedule of Rates (SSR) for All Engineering Departments of Government of Andhra Pradesh as issued from time to time shall be followed. etc. there are no proximate sources for any of the above input items. Equipment Erection.Headquarters without any delay.

Accountability of Field Officers in-charge of works The field officers (both TLC & Civil Wings) should ensure that: 1) Site Order Book shall be maintained at all Work Sites to record the instructions of field officers to the contractors in respect of works. (ii) Director (Projects Construction). Any failure in this regard shall be dealt with severely. The officers from Quality Control Cell shall record the observations in the Prescribed Form and get signatures of the field officers. Headquarters and provide them to the Quality Control Cell to facilitate prompt issue of the Reports. classification of foundation on the stub after completion of foundation casting. Availability of Screw gauge.6. contractor or his representative. who in turn pass on a copy of the same to the concerned Chief Engineer for immediate verification and file his remarks without any delay. QUALITY CONTROL EASURES (a) Quality Control Cell at Headquarters Quality Control shall be the primary responsibility of the field officers (both TLC & Civil Wing) for execution of the scheme as they are expected to supervise / oversee the works on regular basis. 2) 3) 4) 5) 195 . and (iii) Director (Transmission & Grid Operation). This Book shall be signed by both the Field Officers and the Contractor or his representative in token of acknowledgement for compliance. The field officers shall extend full cooperation and assistance of the quality control officers when deputed to site. Availability of set of sieves at site for testing fine and coarse aggregates. and sign before handing over a copy to the concerned Executive Engineer and sending a copy of the same to (i) JMD/Vigilance & Security. type of tower. Major observations of Quality Control Cell and action taken shall be reviewed by the Board once in a quarter. Marking of date of concreting. The required number of Forms shall be got printed in thin paper by Chief Engineer (Civil). 7. The material / work shall be in conformity with the specification of the tender. These reports shall be periodically reviewed by the aforesaid Directors & JMD for further action required. Vernier Calipers and other measuring instruments at site for checking of steel reinforcement / structural parts. The Quality Control Cell of Headquarters shall make sample checks during construction of the lines or sub-stations. This shall be reviewed by all Senior Officers visiting the work spots in the course of their inspection.

Applicability of APED Manual Proviso The above instructions / guidelines are issued in addition to the existing guideline as the APED Manual. Number of chairs. This Committee. Emergency capital works pending sanction Emergency works carried out without prior administrative approval and / or Technical Sanction shall be sent for approval at the earliest possible by the Field Officers. Availability of form boxes for all steps including raft. 11. Activity Schedules Activity Schedules in terms of receipt of material and erection shall be properly planned so as to avoid dumping of material and keeping the same in idle condition without commensurate progress in works. Confidentiality of Estimates / Sanctions of Board The Estimates and the Amount of Administrative Sanctions / approvals of Board shall be kept confidential and shall not be communicated to any contractor / vendor / tenderers under any circumstances. curing of foundations shall be organized by field officers of APTRANSCO after recording such failure in the Field Order Book and serving a notice to the defaulting contractor in writing. Shoring and shuttering / strutting as required is provided. If found necessary. the EE/TLC shall engage required manpower by temporary labour contract through an Agency in case there is inadequate departmental staff and maintain proper record to facilitate recover such expenditure from the payments due to the contractor apart from taking suitable penal action against the contractor. Sd/ RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIR-PERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 196 . Suitable borrowed earth is used for back filling the bottom layers of the foundation in case of B. This aspect shall be clearly incorporated in the estimate by the field officers. 10. In such case. 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 8. soils. cover blocks are fixed / provided for study reinforcement without any sagging. This shall be scrupulous followed by all concerned officers both at Headquarters and Field.C. 9. Usage of appropriate measuring boxes for measuring ingredient materials. The regularization of such works shall be considered by the Board on verification / scrutiny by a Committee of Two Technical Directors & Director (Finance & Revenue).6) In case of contractor’s failure. may seek the assistance of the Vigilance Wing to survey such works.

O.50 meters depth below ground level Where top layer of Black Cotton soil extends up to 50% of the depth with normal soil thereafter Where Soil is clayey type. No.75 m depth from ground level Where top layer of Black Cotton soil exceeds 50% and extends up to full depth or is followed by normal soil Where top layer is normal soil up to 50% of the depth but the lower layer is a Black Cotton soil Dry 2(a) (b) Wet 3(a) (b) NOTE 1 4(a) Partially Submerged / Partially Black Cotton Fully Submerged/ Black Cotton (b) (c) NOTE-2 In case of items 4 (a). Where sub-soil water Table is within 0.. Where normal dry cohesive or non-cohesive soils are met.ANNEXURE-1 to T. not necessarily black in colour.&GO)/CEC/VS/D.50 meters or more below the ground level in normal soil Where surface water could stand for long period with water penetration not exceeding 1.No.75 meter and 1.No. Sugarcane fields) Where sub-soil water is encountered between 0. Dir (Tr.0 m below ground level (e. Dated 8th October 2004 Instructions on classification of foundations of 132 kV & 220 kV Transmission Lines in different soils Reference: 1) Central Board of Irrigation & Power (CBIP) Transmission Line Manual No. Soil at the Location of Tower Classification of foundation to be adopted 1. /2004.g. The foundation designs for various types of Foundations as given below shall be adopted in the construction of all 132 kV & 220 kV Transmission Lines and shall be based on the following Instructions. Sl. swells when wet.268 2) IS: 200 (Part-I) 1974 Classification of soil shall be made according to IS : 200 (Part I) 1974 for footing cast in open pits.O. (b) & (c) above. 197 . Where sub-soil water is met at 1. Paddy fields. the concerned superintending Engi neer (Civil) shall personally inspect and certify on soil classification and shall not delegate this responsibility to any subordinate officers. The Foundation Drawings as finalized by the Civil Engineering Wing for various soil conditions suitable for different Types of Towers being deployed in the construction shall be followed by all field officers strictly. which shrinks when dry.

In all such cases.. Partially Submerged / Partially Black Cotton. the chimney of all stubs to be raised to 600 mm over the normal chimney being adopted in other cases. the classification of Tower Foundations may be at next higher type for ensuring safety of the transmission line as likely to be subjected to variable forces from time to time on account of change in season and climatic conditions. Fissured / Soft Rock (b) 6(a) (b) Hard Rock (c) NOTE-3 NOTE-4 For critical locations of Cut-Point / Angle Towers.5 m to 2. Where chiselling. Fully Submerged / Black Cotton foundations mentioned above. NOTE-5 NOTE-6 At locations subjected to water logging.5 m below Ground Level though Top layer is of normal soil. kankar. Similarly the effect of monsoon or when the nearby reservoirs are full should be considered and not the conditions prevailing in open season or summer when work is carried out normally. ponds. the worst conditions may be considered and not necessarily the conditions prevailing at the time of inspection.No Condition of Soil at the location of Towers Classification of foundation to be adopted 5 (a) Where decomposed or fissured rock. special designs for foundations are to be made by Civil Engineering Wing for adoption on case to case basis. particularly in paddy fields. the chief Engineer (Civil) shall personally inspect and certify the requirement of higher classification on case to case basis. there are areas where sub-soil water rises when canal water is let-out in the field raising sub-soil water to a considerable degree. hard gravel. etc.Sl. Where top layer of normal dry soil extends up to 85% of the depth followed by fissured rock without presence of water Where Hard Rock is encountered at 1. This shall be done after complete erection of towers as a separate item for identified locations. 198 . In case of highly collapsible & loose soils and river crossings.5 m or less below ground level Where Hard Rock is encountered from 1. drilling and blasting is required for excavation While classifying foundations of Wet. laterite or any other soil of similar nature is met. limestone. For instance. This shall be decided by the concerned Superintending Engineer (Civil) on case to case basis on personal inspection. marshy areas.

In the case of 400 kV Transmission Lines.O.No.g. Dir(Tr. Mumbai shall be followed as per the following soil classifications depending upon the ground water table and type of soil and rock the foundations can be classified as follows: Sl. No.268 IS: 200 (Part-I) 1974 Classification of soil shall be made according to IS : 200 (Part I) 1974 for footing cast in open pits. Dated 8th October 2004 Instructions on classification of foundations of 400 kV Transmission Lines in different soils Reference: 1) 2) Central Board of Irrigation & Power (CBIP) Transmission Line Manual No.5 meter and 0.50 meter below ground level. it is normal dry cohesive soil When the Soil Cohesie having inorganic clay exceeding 15 % and characterised by high Shinkage case and Swelling Properly (need not be always black in colour) Normally Dry 2 Wet 3 Partially Submerged 4 Fully Submerged Partial Black Cotton Black Cotton 5 6. which have standing surface water for a long period with water penetration not exceeding 1.ANNEXURE-2 to T. thereafter.75 meter below ground and the soil is normal and cohesive When the top layer of soil up to 1. 199 .0 meter below ground level (e.75 meter below ground level and when the soil is normal and cohesive When water table is within 0. Paddy fields) are also classified as wet foundations When water table is at a depth between 1. the approved Foundation Design & Drawings of M/s. The foundations in the soils.No.O.50 meter is Black Cotton and.&GO) / CEC / VS / D. / 2004. Soil at the Location of Tower Classification of foundation to be adopted 1 When water table is below foundation level and when soil is cohesive and homogenous up to the full depth having clay content of 10-15% When water table is above foundation level and up to 1. Jyothi Structures Limited.

For critical locations of Cut-Point / Angle Towers. the concerned Superintending Engineer (Civil) shall personally inspect and certify on soil classification and shall not del egate this responsibility to any sub-ordinate officers. partially submerged/Partially Black Cotton. No. This shall be decided by the concerned Superintending Engineer (Civil) on case to case basis on personal inspection. the worst conditions may be considered and not necessarily the conditions prevailing at the time of inspection. drilling and blasting is required for excavation Sandy Soil NOTE-2 7 8 Fissured / Soft Rock 9 Hard Rock NOTE-3 While classifying foundations of wet. the classification of Tower Foundations may be at next higher type for ensuring safety of the transmission lines as likely to be subjected to variable forces from time to time on account of change in season and climatic conditions. In all such cases. hard gravel or any other soil of similar nature is met which can be executed without blasting Under cut foundation is to be used at these locations Where chiselling. In case of items 4 & 6 above. ponds. Similarly the effect of monsoon or when the nearby reservoirs are full should be considered and not the conditions prevailing in open season or summer when work is carried out normally. the Chief Engineer (Civil) shall personally inspect and certify the requirement of higher classification on case to case basis. which shrinks when dry. In case of highly collapsible & loose soils and river crossings. marshy areas. there are areas where sub-soil water rises when canal water is let-out in the field raising sub-soil water to a considerable degree. For instance. not necessarily black in colour.. At locations subjected to water logging. Soil at the Location of Tower Classification of foundation to be adopted NOTE-1 Where Soil is clayey type. particularly in paddy fields. NOTE-4 NOTE-5 NOTE-6 200 . This shall be done after compete erection of towers as a separate item for identified locations. Fully Submerged / Black Cotton foundations mentioned above. etc. Soil with negligible cohesion because of it’s low clay content (0-10%) When decomposed or fissured rock. special design for foundations are to be made by Civil Engineering Wing for adoption on case to case basis. the chimney of all stubs to be raised to 600 mm over the normal chimney being adopted in other cases. swells when wet shall be recognized as Black Cotton Soil.Sl.

&GO) / CEC / VS / D.C. Printer Tables as required. Dir(Tr.ANNEXURE-3 to T. / 2004. for monitoring & report generation. V-SAT equipment.. OLTE for Optical Fibre Communications. Toilets. P. Office.O. Water cooler of suitable capacity. Suitable Air Conditioning for the 400 kV & 220 kV Sub-station Control Rooms to protect the latest highly sensitive Numerical (Digital) Relays from heat and dust and also for Communication 201 B. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) . No. Items to be covered in the Cost Estimate Latest Pentium based P. T&P Stores.O. PLCC & V-SAT Termi nal. Stores for CBD Gang material & Tools. V-SAT Terminal. Dated 8th October 2004 Particulars of Items to be included in the Administrative / Technical Estimates for New EHV Sub-stations besides standard equipment & switch gear A.C. which may also be utilized for MRT staff transit camp facility while attending to Breakdowns. Operation Desk with chairs. The layout of the panels shall be such the operator could have a total view of the switchyard through large Aluminum with Glass Windows of the control room. Standard and reputed make steel furniture for operation staff and office in the Control Room.No. PTR erection & Testing. MRT Test Kits and other tools. (i) Design / Layout Control Room in double storey as per the Standard design providing Wider view of the Switchyard(s) through the Glass Windows from the Control Room and to accommodate the following equipment & facilities: On Ground Floor (a) PLCC equipment & Charger. Terminal Equipment for Micro Wave (MW) communications as required. Battery with charger. Printer. and Standby Diesel Generator Set (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) On First Floor (a) (b) (ii) Control & Relay Panels.

(xvi) Suitable approach road from the main road to the Transformer Bay for movement of heavy equipment like power transformers.Stations & Fire Extinguishers here for 132 kv & 220 kv Sub Stations. and Two nos. of 630 kVA capacity at each of 400 KV/sub-stations shall be provided. etc.(v) Room. earth pits. (xvii) A total of three transformer bays with foundations suitable for 50 MVA. 202 . Two nos.G. breakers. of 33/0. This is only for making the provision in the estimate and the erection of transformers and switchgear shall be done as per the requirement in a phased manner with the growth of load at the respective Sub-stations. cables from Pillar Boxes. of 250 kVA capacity at each of 220 kV Sub-station. Emulsifier Fire Fighting System shall be provided for Power Transformers at each of 400 kV Sub-Stations and alternate Fire Fighting System at each of 220 kV & 132 kV Sub-stations. Bore well with pump-sets and associated G. suitable FRP Body Air Coolers shall be provided at each of the new control rooms of 132 kV Sub-Stations. Municipalities & Industrial areas to facilitate replacement or augmentation of transformation capacity as may be required to avoid any interruptions to power supply during erection & commissioning of such additional / higher capacity Power Transformers. 100 MVA & 315 MVA power transformers along with foundations for switchgear shall be provided at each of 132 kV. lamps through U. (xv) 20 mm metal spreading in the switchyard area. 63 kVA at each of 220 kV Sub-Station.V. Fire Tender at each of the 400kv Sub. (iv) (vii) (viii) Transformer oil filter machine along with oil testing kits & adequate trained manpower at 220 kV Sub-stations as required to meet the needs of connected 132 kV Sub-stations. and 250 kVA at each of 400 kV Sub-Stations shall be provided to meet emergencies.4 kV Station Transformer of 100 kVA capacity at each of 132 kV Sub-station. Municipal or Panchayat Water supply connection as may be available. 220 kV & 400 kV Sub-Stations respectively in Towns. piping extending to control room. Stand-by Diesel Generator Set of a capacity of 25 KVA at each of 132 kV Sub-station. Two no’s. area around Control Room and Approach roads are fully illuminated with suitable Lighting Masts & tubular poles fitted with S. (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) Firewalls on either side of the Power Transformers. (xiv) The Switchyard. and horticulture. (ix) One no.I.

(xxii) Provision for construction power by installing either 33/0. (xx) Display Board of suitable Size Single Line Diagrams with all details of the Sub-station equipment and connecting feeders shall be provided in the Control Room. Transformer I. 203 . Adequate number of Sign Boards and Guiding Boards from main Road to the Sub-station with APTRANSCO logo and Name & capacity of the substations are provided in respect of 132 kV & 220 kV Sub-stations. (xxiii) No Provision shall be made for purchase of Vehicles in the estimates. (xxiv) Premium for Insurance to cover the material / equipment issued to the contractor for the period from the date of issue to the date of commissioning of line / sub-station shall be included in the estimate. kV Distribution Transformer depending upon the availability of nearby 33 kV or 11 KV line. etc. (xix) Suitable Sign Boards with APTRANSCO Logo and Name & Capacity of the Sub-station shall be provided at the top of the Control Room. Break-down Tester. (xxv) Provision shall also be made in the estimate for all Statutory Taxes & duties payable. Tong Tester. Testing Kit for MRT. High Quality Earthing Rod Set. These guiding boards from main road to sub-station shall also be provided for 400 kV Sub-stations.4 kV or 11/04. (xxi) Tools & Plant at 1% of the total value of the estimate. Solid State HV Insulation Meggar.(xviii) Horticulture layout & cost of plants to be planted.R. particularly to provide special tools like Taurus Fault Locator..

O.88/2004 Dated: 24. the Distribution Companies have represented that. APTRANSCO (vide reference 1st cited ) had called.No. so as to reduce the operating costs of the T&D Sector: “The interest payable by the borrowing company to the lending company has to be a t minimum level ranging from 4% to 6% p.2004 2.10.No.8. EPDCL’s Lr.No CMD/DIR/DIR/F/EPDCL/VSP/Peshi/D.2004 5.No 134/04 Dated.2004 Read the following:- (b) Keeping in view of the above and in Order to achieve the objective of least minimum operation and maintenance cost and reduce the interest cost and to ensure optimum utilization of cash flows for the sector as a whole the inter corporate deposits / inter corporate investments among the Government owned power utilities (i.O. Where in has made a commet on investment of borrowed funds in Short Term Deposit. When revenue cash inflows exceed out flows occasionally or regularly onaccount of continuous and spot billing etc.2004 and it was agreed in the Meeting to invest the surplus funds in the T&D sector with immediate effect as inter corporate deposits with the following terms and conditions.Dated: 26. T. The following are the some of the reasons for availability of surplus funds for a short period ranging from 10 to 180 days: (a) Temporarily and occasionally time lag in receipt of capital grants or as advance component of loans and no payments are pending and arranging payments to suppliers /contractors. D(F)/D. resulting in earning of interest less than that of interest paid on the borrowings. among AP TRANSCO & 4 Discoms) had been contemplated. the interest rates on inter corporate deposits/ investments shall be on par with interest rates of fixed deposits of Nationalised Banks.149/04.7. for comments from Distribution Companies (EPDCL.)/D No5157/04. whichevere is lower“ 204 .9.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO–Procedures for inter corporate funds /inter corporate investments in the Transmission and Distribution Sector –Orders –Issued. Dated: 18.2004 *** ORDER: The Accountant General (Audit ) II Andhra Pradesh has communicated a review titled “Funds Management in Power Sector Companies “. CPDCL &NPDCL) on their corporate investments / inter corporate deposits.a depending upon the term of the loan (31 days to 180 days).SPDCL.No.e.3. The subject regarding inter corporate investments in the T&D Sector has been discussed in the CMDs Meeting held on 17. Lr. CPDCL’s Lr No CGM (Exp)/GM (A/cs) D.2004 3. These interest rates are subject to revision based on the interest rates on fixed deposits prevailing in the market.Secy.Addl.Ms.No. Note Orders of CMDs (Transco & Discoms) Dated: 17.CMD/NPDC/WGL/D(F)/CGM)Expr.7.166 1. As a part of this exercise.No.9. Dated: 27.7.2004 4. NPDCL’s Lr. Based on this.

Procedure to be followed by the Lending Company i. 2279. As and when funds accruing in excess of requirement offer has to be made to all other companies (APTRANSCO &Distribution companies) duly indicating the quantum and the time period. Interest oninter corporate deposit/investment shall be debited to the account Head as per annexure ‘B On receipt of the funds from the Lending Company . On receipt of the offer from the Lending Company. Procedure to be followed by the Borrowing Company I. Tranmission corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited directs to adopt the following procedure by the Companies for inter corporate deposits/ inter corporate investments so as to enabling the Borrower to avail benefit in reduction in interest cost as interest rate of ICD (inter Corporate Deposit ) is less than the interest rate of CC Limits / Other Market Bowrrowings: A. iv. Board Resolutions has to be passed for making investments in anothercompanies.After careful examination. On receipt of the concurrence form the other company/ companies. iv. acceptance has to be communicated to the Lending Company. Boaard Resolutions has to be passed for availing /taking inter corporate deposit. DPNote (Demand Promissory Note) has to be obtained from the Borrower in the presecribed proforma as per annexure ‘A’ Interest on inter corporate deposit / investment shall be credited to the Account Head as per annexure ‘B’ Funds shall be released to the Borrower by debiting to the Account Head as per annexure ‘B' Inter corporate investment / inter corporate deposits shall not be routed through no-Lien Account. v. DP Note has to be executed in favour of the Lender in the prescribed proforma as stated above. iii. vi. ii. II. it has to be credited to the Account Head as per annexure ‘B’ Inter corporate deposits / inter corporate investment cannot be credited to No-Lien Account and it shall be kept in theCC/ Current Account. iii. These orders issue with the concurrence of Director (Finance &Revenue) Vide UO No. v. B. vi. Dated: 16.2004 (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF AP LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIR PERSON AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 205 .10.

..... Place : Hyderabad Date: On Demand …………………....……… (Name of the Lender ) or order the sum of Rupees…………………………………………… (in words) together with interst on such sum from this date at the rate of ………….ANNEXURE-A DEMAND PROMISSORY NOTE Rs……….... 206 ..……..... 2... Witnesses of two Directors: 1. Authorised Signatory (Borrowing Company) Common Seal of Borrowing Company. Percent per annum for value received. (Borrowing Company Name) promise to pay …….

763 Receipt of inter Corporate Funds – NPDCL 053.564 Interest on inter Corporate Funds – APTRANSCO Account heads for receipt of Funds are to be shown as follows under schedulre -32 (Depending upon the receipt form the entity) 053.EPDCL 053.562 Interest on inter Corporate Funds – CPDCL 078.NPDCL 062.CPDCL 062.761 Receipt of inter Corporate Funds – SPDCL 053.ANNEXURE-B In the books of the Lending Company: Account heads for receipt of the interest are to be shown as follows under Schedule – 5 (Depending Upon the receipt from the Entity) 062.EPDCL 078.241 Interest received on inter Corporate Funds .820 Inter corporate Funds Investment – SPDCL 027.242 Interest received on inter Corporate Funds .563 Interest on inter Corporate Funds – NPDCL 078.840 Inter corporate Funds Investment – NPDCL 027.830 Inter corporate Funds Investment – CPDCL 027. 027.243 Interest received on inter Corporate Funds .760 Receipt of inter Corporate Funds .810 Inter corporate Funds Investment – EPDCL 027.850 Inter corporate Funds Investment – APTRANSCO In the books of the Borrowing Company: Account heads for payment of the interest are to be shown as follows under schedule -12 (Depending upon the payment ot the Entity) 078.240 Interest received on inter Corporate Funds – EPDCL 062.APTRANSCO 207 .561 Interest on inter Corporate Funds – SPDCL 078.762 Receipt of inter Corporate Funds – CPDCL 053.SPDCL 062.764 Receipt of inter Corporate Funds .244 Interest received on inter Corporate Funds – APTRANSCO Account heads for releasing of Funds are to be shown as follows under Schedule – 26 (d) ( Depending upon the releases to the Entity).560 Interest on inter Corporate Funds .

O. 174 Dated:: 28-10-2004 Read the following:1. (Per-Addl.O cited shall be upgraded as Executive Director (Accounts) in the scale of pay of 19220-645-19865-715-23440-790-25810 for a period upto 28.TRANSMISSION CORPORTION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT ETP-Estt.APTRANSCO.No. The incumbent counted against the upgraded post herein shall be eligible to draw the usual scale of pay and allowances admissible as per rules in force at the place of his duty. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T.O.The post now upgraded shall be down graded as Financial Advisor & Chief controller of Accounts consequent to the vacancy arising on retirement or otherwise of the incumbent.O. 12-4-04 ORDER: After careful consideration the APTRANSCO directs that one of the existing posts of Financial Advisor &Chief Controller of Accounts last continued in the T.T.2005 from the date of actual utilization .2.Secy ) Ms.(Per-CGM/HRD&Trg) Ms.O. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 208 .Upgradation of one post of Finacial Adviser and chief controller of Accounts as Executive Director (Accounts) temporarily for a period up to 28-2-2005.O.No.Orders –Issued. 2.05 Dated::.

Constitute the following core committee as per the proposal submitted by CE (Comml & IT) in the reference (2) cited. T. needed in the applications that are already in use/ in making so that they can be deployed on the broad band network Closely interact with the other working groups on standards To meet at least twice in a week till completion of tasks assigned. DINESH KUMAR JMD (FINANCE. Finalize an exhaustive list of various service that can be offered to the citizens. REFORMS & HRD) 209 .No .No 28 of (IT &C) Dated: 23-09-04 2. if any .IT) Ms.175 Dated:: 28-10-04 Read the following Ref: 1. COMML.&IT) Note Dated: 15-10-04 Governemtn of AP in the GO first cited desired to constitute an information core group in all the Government Departments to develop lidentification of citizen centric service s and departmental applications on Rajiv Broad Band Network covering the following: (i) (ii) Collect basic information about departmental functioning with due focus on the citizen charter Annual Administrative Report. IPC.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED Sanction of IT core group for development of IT Applications –Formation of a core Group. CE (Comml.CE (Comml.No. (1) Chief Engineer (Construction) (2) Chief Engineer (400 KV Lines) (3) Chief Engineer (Telecom) (4) Chief Engineer (Planning) (5) Chief Engineer (Transmission (O&M) (6) Additional Secretary Superintending Engineer (Information Systems) is designated as Chief Information officer and Convernor of the core group. (iv) (v) (vi) Identify the modifications. projects etc. The Core group will review the development of applications.O.Ms. (vii) Submit the final list of service s and applications along with their specific recommendations and justification to HOD by 31st October 2004.O.Orders – Issued.O. (iii) Finalize the applications that need to be put in place for improving the internal efficiency of the department. Evaluationreports on various schemes. G. The Government also desired that all government organizations also participate in the eprocurement. APTransco after Careful examination.

The debt-equity ratio is assumed to be 80%-20% i. This is to be suitably modified as per the terms and conditions of the lending agency funding the proposed project. The main benefits considered for evaluation of the project are (a) Benefit due to reduction of losses in the EHT and distribution network. The project appraisal methodology followed for evaluation of these projects is generally as per the procedures recommended by the respective funding agencies. and REC etc.2004 APTRANSCO is involved in execution of a number of Transmission projects under funding from various agencies like JBIC. The benefits accrued due to the proposed project is inclusive of the benefits accrued in the distribution system. This is to be suitably modified as per the actual loan component of the proposed project. ii. A model for appraisal of new transmission project and computation of Internal Rate of Return (IRR) suggested by M/s GECE is enclosed along with a sample calculation.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED Sub: Transmission Project evaluation methodology on the basis of Internal Rate of Return – guide lines for uniform procedure to be followed in APTRANSCO.11. 80% of the project is to be funded by loan and 20% from internal funds. Additional sale of energy due to additional installed capacity. The value of the reduction in losses due to the project implementation is to be calculated based on the average bulk supply Tariff as per the latest Tariff Order of the APERC. vi. v. 210 . crop compensation. NO.O (CE-Construction) Ms. vii. Chief Engineer/Construction has submitted the project appraisal methodology suggested by M/s Global Energy Consulting Engineers (GECE) for the consideration of APTRANSCO Board.O. spares. viii. freight & Insurance. Interest During Construction is to be calculated for the project construction period based on estimated half early drawls of loan with quarterly compounded interest. iv. T.e. PFC. labour.. establishment and general charges and contingencies based on the latest prices. The salient features of M/s GECE methodology for project evaluation are as under: i. iii. It was felt necessary to evolve a uniform project appraisal methodology for evaluation of all the proposed projects to facilitate the investment decisions of APTRANSCO. The project cost includes cost of materials. cost of land. 177 Dated: 05. For this purpose 30% of the demand is assumed to be voltage sensitive demand. Additional sale of energy due to improvement of voltage.

The value of the additional sale of energy is to be calculated based on the difference of the procurement price of APTRANSCO and DISCOMs sale price. After careful consideration and based on the detailed discussions held with M/s GECE consultants. The internal Rate of Return is computed for a period of 25 years which is assumed to be the life of project. xii. the same is to be adopted with relevant modifications. After the proposed project is approved by APTRANSCO. JBIC. REC. V. In case of projects involving creation of multiple independent assets. the corresponding benefits due to completion of part of the project may be taken into account. The cash outflow includes depreciation @ 3..e. xiii. The cash inflow i. The project appraisal methodology approved by APTRANSCO is to be used for internal evaluation of proposed projects while seeking administrative approval of the Board. In case of projects envisaged for a shorter or longer horizon period.5% of the project cost (including IDC) with an annual escalation of 4%. xiv. The current cost of capital is to be determined based on the current lending rates. O & M cost @ 2. BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED Sri J.ix. xi. PFC etc. benefits due to project is considered only after the completion of project. Pandurangam Director/Projects Construction 211 .5% and interest on Working Capacity (IWC) @ 0. The model proposed by M/s GECE is based on the assumption that the proposed project will be utilized to full capacity over a horizon period of 5 years. APTRANSCO accords approval for the methodology suggested by M/s GECE for appraisal of Transmission Projects. the relevant project evaluation procedures recommended by the lending agencies like World Bank. DFID.6% annum. may be followed for the purpose of financial tie-up. A Transmission project can be treated as viable if the Internal Rate of Return for the project is more than the current cost of Capital.. x.

O. The APTransco has reviewed the Orders issued on delegation of powers to sanction expenditure towards the entertainment charges.No 421.at a time with the concurrence of FA&CCA (A&E) Director incharge of HRD Above Rs 5000/. 19-06-1975 2.Dated::.Addl.at a time withj the concurrence of Director (Fin &Rev) ( BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF AP LTD) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 212 .Secy /DIR/AS (Reg. light refreshments and othe arrangements inconnection with meetings with VIPs and High Officials and dignitaries of various Government.) PO-I (2)/409/98-3. Ms. and decided to issue revised Orders. Electricity Boards etc.18. O. B.O.(JS) /MS.GM (IR) /AS (IR)/U1/538/2003-2 Dated:: 24.Delegation of powers –Delegation to Joint Secretary /Chief General Manager (HRD &Trg. No.6.No.O. Electricity Boards etc. Memo No.issued.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Arrangements. as follows:Joint Secretary /CGM (HRD &Trg) Incharge of Protocol Upto Rs 5000/.P. 182 Date 9-11-2004 Read the following :- 1. APTRANSCO to sanction expenditure for meetings-Orders.2003 ORDER:: In the reference second read above the AP Transco has adopted all the Orders Sanctioned by the erstwhile APSEB on various matters. After careful consideration the AP Transco hereby delegates the powers to sanction the expenditure towards enterainment charges.2. light refreshments and other arrangements inconnection with meetings with VIPs and High Officials and dignitaries of various Governements. Dated::.) and Director incharge of HRD. T.99 3.

Chief General Manager (HRD &TRG) 3.No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Regulations. Executive Director (Accounts) 2.O.Secy-Per)Ms. (JS – PER ) Ms. T. Additional Secretary 2) Chairman Member Convernor The committee shall submit its report to the Chairperson & Managing Director.183 Dated: 10-11-2004 Read the following:- T.Constitution of Revised committee to examine the minimum service requirement Prescribed in the APSEB service regulations as adopted by the APTransco for promotion to next higher post in the APTransco is Engineering Service. AP TRANSCO early. Accounts Service and Personnel & General Service.No. 135 . Accounts Service and -Personnel &General Service – Orders Issued. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF AP LIMITED ) RECHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 213 . Dated: 10-92004 *** ORDER: In partial modification of the Orders issued vide reference cited.O.O (Addl. the APTransco directs that the Committee be reconstituted with the following officers to examine the minimum service requirement prescribed in the feeder post in the APSEB service Regulations as adopted by the APTransco for promotion to next higher post in the Engineering Service.O. 1.

16. these cell phones are grouped under eight different paying officers for the purpose of payment of monthly bills. The individual officer using the cell phone shall be responsible to ensure payment of bills bills exceeding the prescribed limits shall be admitted for payment and the excess amount over the limit shall be recovered from the succeeding months salary of the concerned officer.No.04. "The monthly bills of cell phones provided under CUG of GOAP to 210 officers of APTRANSCO shall be paid by the respective Pay Drawing officers.O.26.O. Dt.2511 Dated.O. no officer is permitted to treat the payment exceeding the prescribed limit as official” These Orders shall be implemented for the bills generated from 1-1-2005 onwards This is issued with the concurrence of Director (Finance & Revenue) vide Regd No.11.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :HYDERABAD -082 ABSTRACT Provision of cellular telephones in CUG –Payment of monthly bills –Amendment to the existing procedure – Orders – Issued.O. OF AP LTD) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN &MANAGING DIRECTOR 214 . (CE-Telecom) Ms. The paying officers were instructed to arrange payment of bills of officers pertaining to other pay units but physically present within the same zone and regularize the transaction by raising TDAs. In view of the practical difficulties expressed by the paying officers in complementing the above procedure the \APTRANSCO herby orders the following amendment to para 6 of the T.O.O. *** ORDER:Cell phones are provided from cellone network of M/s BSNL in the CUG of GoAP to 210 officers of APTRANSCO as per the Orders issued in T. In any case.O.No195 Daate 3-12-2004 Read the following:- Ref:T. 21. cited Based on the unit (zonal) considerations.O.4.2004 (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPN. T.(CE-Telecom) Ms.

197 Dated: 03-12-2004 Read the following:- Ref: G.O.O. T.135 Energy (PR-III) Department Dated::: 28-10-2004 ORDERS: "The Orders of the Government issued vide reference cited above are here by recorded. No.No.” (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR 215 .O. (Per –Addl Scey) Ms.Ms.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA: HYDERABAD-82 APTRANSCO – Nomination and Appointment of the new Subscribers/ Shareholders of the company – Orders of the Government – Recorded.

IRAS who has been repatriated.APTRANSCO/CMD/JMD(HRD)/ACS/148/04 Dated:: 21-9-2004&25-9-2004 *** In the G.Venkateshwar. 7-7-2003 From CMD. ENERGY (PR-III) DEPARTMENT G. No. 95 Energy (Pr-III) Department . Parthasarathy. Ms.81 Energy (Pr-III) Depoartment Dated:: .Dated::6-11-1998 G. Chairman & Managing Director.O. Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited in place of Sri. J.O. IRAS who have resigned /repatriated.No. AP GENCO as subscribers/Shareholder Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited (AP TRANSCO) In the G. have been issued nominating and appointing of Sri A.Ms.GOVERNEMTN OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT ANDHRA PRADESH TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF LIMITED – Nomination and Appointment of the new subscribers /Shareholders of the company – Orders– issued. The Government after careful consideration of the proposal hereby nominate and appoint Sri Ajay Jain IAS Managing Director APGENCO &Sri Dinesh Kumar IAS JMD TRANSCO as Subscribers/Shareholders. 2nd read above Orders.O. 135 Dated:: 28-10-2004 Read the following:G.No. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) DEEPAK KUMAR PANWAR PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 216 .O. Chairman &Managing Director who has resigned and Sri A.Parthasarathy. APTRANSCO. Chairman & Managing Director who has resigned and Sri A. 1st read above Orders have been issued nominating and appointing Sri. Hyd Lr. as a shareholder of Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh (AP TRANSCO) In the reference 3rd read above Chairman & Managing Director AP TRANSCO has requested the Governement to appoint Sri Ajay jain IAS & Sri Dinesh Kumar IAS as subscribers/shareholder.O. Parthasarathy. J. Venkateshwar IRAS. Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited (APTRANSCO) in place of Sri J.Venkateshwar. The Chairman & Manging Director APTRANSCO shall take further necessary action in the matter.Ms.No.

The performance indicators listed under various sections/ Departments shall be applicable to any officer of equivalent cadre discharging any of the duties there of.Secy) Ms. here by approves the following performance appraisal System bases on objective Tangible Parameters and In-Tangible Parameters / Annued Appraisal in force.Therefore after careful consideration APTransco in super session of the instructions issued vide reference cited.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA : HYDERABAD-82 APTRANSCO. 4. The performance indicators along with weight –ages for the tasks to be performed by a functionary in a given cadre in Accountss Service are given in such a way as to facilitate an employee in the given cadre to adopt the parameters along with weight –ages relevant to him/her in amonth /year (Annexure –I) b) The methodology for evaluating the performance of an employee in a month/ year is furnished vide Annexure –II c) A model Self Appraisal form worked out in respect of the staff in Accounts service.16.No. 7.(Addl. APTransco is appended vide Annexure –III. 5.O. The objective tangible Key performance indicators for the staff in Accounts service are evolved on the basis of the JOB Charts prescribed for the staff nature of duties performed by the staff at different levels nature of decision involved vis-a vis the cadre of employee and the sequential tasks involved in each specific function relating to accounts/ Finance.O.Secy.O. a) The tasks to be performed by an employee in a given cadre form the performance indicators for him/ her . The parameters contained in the Annual Appraisal Reports in force constitute the intangible parameters. Dated: .201 Dated::18.2003 ORDER: Appraisal of the performance of the staff on the basis of certain objective tangible parameters/ indicators is felt necessary so as to bring about competitiveness and efficiency among employees and an over all improvement in the performance of the organization. for guidance. 3.12. The objective tangible parameters shall carry a weight age of 70 % and the remaining 30% weight – age shall be assigned to AARs. The performance of an employee will be evaluated every month on the basis of objective.O. T. (Tangible) parameters and once a year on the basis of intangible parameters through AARS. in-tangible Parameters in force.ACCOUNTS SERVICES –PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR THE PERSONNEL IN APTRANSCO-METHODOLOGY FOR APPRAISAL OF PERFORMANCE-MODIFIED-ORDERS-ISSUED.10. 217 .No. 6.(ADDL.) Ms. 2.2004 Read the following:- T.167.

II.e. The functional head are requested to design appropriate registers where necessary so as to facilitate objective and periodical evaluation of the performance of the employee in each parameter. Each employee will furnish his/ her self. 11. 12.TL&SS And TLC offices RACHAEL CHATTERJEE. The controlling officer shall be responsible for furnishing the monthly performance Appraisal Reports of the employees under his control by 5th of every month and the AARs by 5th of April every year to the Head of the Department concerned. The controlling officer in case of difference with the employees self Appraisal will be required to afford an opportunity to the employee to explain with in 7 days the reasons for such variation examine the explanation of the employee and record his decision therof.III.f. the weight –ages assigned by the employee in his self appraisal Report. 10. Encl. by 10th of every month . The controlling officer will be required to confirm/record parameter wise.appraisal report once in a month for verification and counter signature by the concerned controlling officer. The Functional head shall transmit the reports to Chief General Manager (HRD &Trg). The immediate higher officer under whose control the employee is working shall be the controlling officer for the employee for the purpose of performance appraisal. 01-12-2004 (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF CMD/APTRANSCO) 9.8.Annexure –I. 14. CE/TL &SS and SE/TLC of AP Transco shall linitiate appropriate measures to keep the employees informed of the procedure for appraisal of their performance. The performance appraisal system will come in to force w. 15. The heads of Department in Corporate office. 13.) shall be responsible for the annual appraisal of the performance of the employees. IAS (CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR) 218 .The Chief Genral Manager (HRD &trg. 16.

in respect of tangible parameters against a maximum of 70% will be added to the percentage of achievement in respect of intangible parameters against maximum of 30%. will be evaluated for his performace in want parameters once in a month/ Year. will be on the basis for evaluation of the employee. in terms of weight –age. 5. The time frame is set for performance of a given task keeping in view a mandatory nature of compliance as per the statue directive of APERC gets to be achieved and purchase manual. In case a sub task /parameter gets added to an employee by way of transfer of subjects the weight age assigned by HOD to that parameter gets transferred to the employee concerned. 219 . 9. 4. The average weight-age achieved. 2. the weight –ages of the existing parameters shall be revised in respect of each functionary. weight age fixed for that parameter will be assigned in proportion to the weight ages of the remaining parameters by controlling officer. In case a parameter is not applicable in a given month . The average weight –age achieved / month of an employee will be arrived at. 8.AANNEXURE-II METHODOLOGY FOR PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL 1. in respect of a particular parameter/ task . The controlling officer shall accordingly reduce the weight-age of the existing parameter (Prior to transfer) in proportion to the weight age of the new parameter added. An employee in general. In case of addition of a new function/ activity th HOD concerned shall disaggregate the function/ task into subtasks assign the subtask (parameter) to functionaries at various levels duly fixing targets time frame and appropriate weight ages Accordingly.Satisfactory 7. 3. on the basis of the cumulative weight-age over a period of one year (cumulative weight age divided by 12). The Physical /Financial targets achieved / the number of cases disposed on the given time frame against the total number of cases pending in a month. The percentage of achievement / performance so arrived at will be graded as follows: % ofr Achievement >95 >90% >85% >80% <= 80% Grade A B C D E Description Out Standing Very Good Good Satisfactory Poor/ Un.

) Financial (Capital Cost/Cash Grants ) Furnishing or Returns by 10th of every month Total 5 30 4 24 2 Rs.of Months = X% B) Intangible Paarameters (30%): Achievement of weight –age is respect of Intangible parameters to the maximum of 30 (to be evaluated once in year as per AARs) Total Weight –age achieved = Y% = X%+Y%=Z% Note : Total weight –age achieved shall be Graded as per grading pattern at item No of Methodology for evaluation.25 Achievement of weight-age Against Maximum of 70% = 50.75 3 2 15 1 7.75 Cr 18. 1. Of foundations/ Structural Erections etc.ILLUSTRATION –I A) Tangible Parameters (70%):- SlNo PARAMETER TARGET WEIGHT AGE(%) ACHIEVE MENT WEIGHTAGE EARNED (%) 1 Physical (No.25/70 Average weight age achieved /Month = Cumulative weight age achieved / 12 or no. 220 .5 50.00Cr 25 0.

93/70 ILLUSTRATION –III In case a sub. -of foundations/ Structural Erections etc.75 0.) Financial (Capital Cost/ Cash Grants ) Furnishing or Returns by 10th of every month Rs.1) is not applicable in a given month the weight age fixed for that parameter will be assigned in proportion to the weight age of the remaining parameters.81 3 Furnishing or Returns 2 by 10th of every month Total 15+11.93 Achievement of weight –age Against Maximum of 70% =45.00Cr 25-7=18 0. of 5 foundations/ Structural Erections etc.8 Physical (No.25 1 13. SlNo PARAMETER TARGET WEIGHT AGE% 30 ACHIEVE MENT -WEIGHTAGE EARNED (%) -- 1 Physical (No.The weight age existing parameter or to transfer) shall accordingly be reduced in proportion to the weightage the new parameter added.) Financial (Capital Cost/ Cash Grants ) Rs.5 Invitation of Tenders 4 Total Achievement of weight –age Against maximum of 70% 20 2 20 55.25=26.35 = 55.No .35/70 221 .75 Cr 13.task /parameter gets added to an employee by way of transfer of subjects the weight age assigned by HOD to that parameter gets transferred to the employee concerned. PARAMETER TARGET WEIGHT AGE (%) 30-9=21 ACHIVE MENT 4 WEIGHTAGE EARNED (%) 16. 1.1.00Cr 2 25+18.75 Cr 32.ILLUSTRATION –II In case one parameter (say Sl.05 2 15-4=11 1 5.12 45.75=43.

ANNEXURE – I KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR FA &CCAS AND DY CCAS IN R & A WING OF ACCOUNTS SERVICE TASK WEIGHT TARGET ACHIEVEMENT AGE (%) TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OR EVALUATION FA & CCA (R&A) Filing of IT returns and attending on behalf APTRansco if any BALA NCE SHEE T 10 As per due date fixed by IT department /Act Yearly Finalisation of annual Accounts for adoption by the Board Furnishing of accounts with statutory audit report to AGAP 10 By 10th July Yearly 10 Within 3 days from the date of receipt of audit report of statutory auditor Yearly Review of Accounts by Audit Committee Furnishing of data for filing of ARR and Plough back Dues Submission of Annual Plan to Planning Commission Management of Funds ACCOUNTS BALA NCE Obtaining Audit SHE Report from ET statutorty Auditor 10 By 5th Sept Yearly 10 As per due date Yearly 10 By November Yearly 10 By 9th of every month Monthly 10 By 15th of July Yearly Adoption of accounts by AGM 10 By 15th Sept Yearly 222 .

of cases for which authorization is due No. 25.000/-to Rs. of Cases in which authorization is issued Within 3 days from the date of receipt of proposal from SAO Monthly MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT Approval of Medical Credit/ Reimbursement Bills (Rs.of bills to be approved No.000/REVENUE Finalisation of centralized payments to B&R section for onward communication to DISCOMS through PPS 30 No.of bills approved in time Within 3 days from the date of receipt Monthly 20 15th and 30th of every month Monthly 223 . 5.PENSIONS Issue of authorization with regard to final withdrwal in respect of retiring / deceased employees 20 No.

Of Paras replied in time As per due date 10 BUDGET 15 As per due date 20 By 15th of every month By 15th of every month 10 II I ACCOUNTS OFFICER Release of cash grants Re-appropration of cash grants BUDGET Scrutiny of data on employee cost administration and general expenses and repairs and maintenance 25 25 Daily Daily 20 As per due date 224 .Dept/Secretariat Dept for release of funds under contralised payments for clearance of CC charges dues form Govt.Of Paras to be replied No.Of LAQs/ Assurances due to be replied No.No SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME 1 REVENUE Furnishing replies to LAQs/Assurances to Govt by obtaining required information form DISCOMs Pursuance with Govt.Of LAQs /Assurances replied in time Within 3 days / as and when required 20 Amount due to be realized /released from Govt / Dept at the beginning of the month Amount released /realized as percentage of target at the end of the month As and when required B I 1 BUDGET SECTION SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Furnishing of information to APERC for filling of AAR Furnishing replies to Audit /PUC/PAC Furnishing of annual plan for submission to planning commission Furnishing data relating to financial position of APTransco Raising of Debit /Credit notes 15 No.Dept & Local Bodies 30 No.Sl.

III ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER Preparation of annual plan/Revised estimates Financial Position of APTRansco 20 As per due date 20 Dy 15th of every mont 225 .

Of Paras replied in time As per due date Monthly 5 No.Of LOAs to No of LOAs be Prepared prepared in time Within 3 days form the date of Monthly receipt of subsidy amount For every reapprepriation 10 Monthly 15 25 Daily By 15th of every month Monthly Monthly 226 .Of paras to be replied No. WEIGHT TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION BUDGET 20 By 5th of every month Monthly 15 As per due date set by APERC/Govt. Yearly JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER-I BUDGET Maintenance of depreciation register /files Caluculation of depreciation on the assets of APTransco 10 Daily Monthly 20 By April of every lyear Yearly Furnishing of schedule 19 &20 20 By July every year Yearly Consolidation of Replies to Audit Paras Preparation of LOAs in respect of plough back dues payble to GOAP Reconciliation of cash grants relating to capital & revenue JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER –II Budget Maintenance of cash grant register /files Reconciliation of cash grants of capital & Revenue 5 No.SUBJECT TASK Position of Government loans outstanding to end of th e month and maintenance of debt servcing of GOAP Loan Journali Entries of debit servicing on Governement Loans for in corporation in Annual Accounts & information Furnished to APERC in respect of Govt Loans & Subsides etc.

Consolidation of employee cost Data Maintenance of reappropriation register JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER –III BUDGET Consolidation of capital expenditure of AP Transco Preparation of credit/ debit notes on DISCOMS 20 As per due date Yearly 10 Daily Monthly 25 By 25th of every month Monthly 25 By 10th of every month Monthly 227 .

CE/RE & CE/Opn B&R SECTION SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Preparation of cash flow projection statement Issue of authorization for release of LOA/ LOC 20 Daily Monthly 25 Daily Monthly 20 By 10th of every month Monthly 25 As per due date Monthly 15 Cash flow Statements to be prepared No. CE/APL CE/DFID & other officer Furnishing of reports on capital expenditure of APTranscaon to CE/Plg. OfLOA/ LOC for which authorization is issued Within 7 dyas Monthly 25 Daliy Revision of LC's for Power Purchase in respect of CGs and IPPs with the coordination of PPAs wing Providing of funds in the different banks for meeting LC & Debit service paymentson the due dates 10 No of LCs due for revision No.of LCs revised in time Within 7 days from the date of receipt 20 Daily 228 .No SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE(%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION Maintenances of Registers on Loans Grants subsidies sanctioned by govt of AP UPPER DIVISION CLERK BUDGET Maintenance of PPRs register Collection of Data relating to capital expenditure of AP Transco from CE/400KV.OF LOA/LOC for which authorization is to be issued No.Sl.

Of credit / debit notes With in 5 days issued to from the date DISCOMS in Time of receipt Monthly 229 .ACCOUNTS OFFICER Verfication of Accounts Raising of credit notes for the funds received from DISCOMS and the cheques received on their behalf at Head Quarters and debt notes for the funds released to DISCOMS 30 Daily Monthly 40 No.Of Credit/ debit notes due for issue to DISCOMs No.

Of forms to be verified No.of statements due for conformation No.Of statements conformed in time Within 1 week from the date of receipt Within 1 week from the date of receipt of information Monthly Furnishing of confirmation of statement of the receipts 30 Monthly 230 .of applications verified in time Within 3 days from the date of receipt Monthly 20 Requisition filed in time By 27th of every month Monthly 15 By 25th of every month Monthly 10 By 10th of every month Monthly 10 As per due date Quarterly 40 No.SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER I (CASH) Maintenance of B & R cash book 20 Trail Balance furnished in time Daily Monthly Furnishing of Trial Balance Accounting for Cheques /DDS received JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER-II Verification of LOC APplications Filing of requisition for release of pensionary benefits from Trust Verification of accounts of trust funds with reference to Trial Balance furnished by unit officers Furnishing of information to Banks (SO data) Furnishing financial follow up returns UPPER DIVISIONAL CLERK Verfication of form 7 15 By 5th of every month Monthly 35 Daily Monthly 15 No.Of forms verified in time No.of applications due for verifications No.

50.of bills for No.D.000/- 10 No.of anomalues to anomalies be rectified rectified in time Within 30 days from the date of receipt Monthly Isssuance of cheques for bill passed for Head Quarters payments above Rs.of increaments sanctioned in time Monthly 10 As per due date Monthly Rectification of Pay anomalien 10 No. PAY OFFICER Sanction of pay fixations & issue of pay slips Santionof increments 5 Within 3 days from the date of receipt No.of increments to be sanctioned time No. PAY OFFICE 1.of bills for which cheques which cheques are to be are issued issued Daily Monthly 231 .of pay No.

Of bills passed Daily INCOME TAX 5 As per due date No of Bank No. legal contingents) Fillup of Income tax annual accounts & Attending of Audit Receipts & returning of bank guarantees Secrutiny &Passing of pension bills 5 No.No SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME Pasting of bills Passing of bills above 30 thousand (contract/ maintenance/ consultancy.Of B G . gurantees/EMD& EMD &SD are SD to be refund processed in time No.Of PRS issued in time By 10thof every month.OF Bank No.Sl.Of returns guarantees in time are to be returned No. EMD &SD Issue of PRs for DDs &Cash receipts 5 Daily 232 .Of bills to be passed No. Within 3 days from the date of receipt of proposal Processing of Refund of Bank 10 Gurantee.Of PRS due for issue No. Bank Guarantees 5 Pension 15 By 25th of every month Trial Balance Authorisation of Trial Balance cash & Adjustment 5 By 5th h of every month JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Scrutiny of cash book &imprest Registers closing of temporary & imprest advance Verification of DDs & cash with reference to the remittonce in th Banks Remittence of recoveries form pay bills issue of TDA certicate 20 Daily 10 Daily 10 No.Of bills scrlutinised in time Within 5 days form the date of receipt.of bills to be scrutinised No.

Of Pension Bill to be prepared verfificantion in time By 24th of every monthly 30 233 .Verification of cash trial Balance & Adjustment Balancce Filing IT returns & Finalisation of annual Accounts 10 By 5th/15th of every month.OF IT returns No of IT Returns ot be filled field in time With in 2 days prior to due date JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (Pensions-II) Verfication of pension Bills No.Of Pension bills to be prepared No. 5 No.

.OF LPCs to be issued No.Of LERS furnished in time No.OF LERs are to be furnished No.OF bills formatded in time Within 3 days from the date of recipt Monthly 5 By 24 of every month Yearly JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (GAZITED) I.Of applications furnished with LTC eligibility report No. of increments due for release 2 days before the due date Monthly 234 .Of LOCs to be applied No.of commutation & Gratuity bills to be verified No.SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION VERIFICATION OF COMMUTATION & Gratutity Bills 15 No.Of increments released in time Within 5 days from the date of receipt Monthly Release of increments 10 No.Of LPCs issued in time Within 5 days from the date of receipt Within 5 days form the date of receipt Monthly Issue of LPC 10 Monthly Furnishing of LTC eligibility report 10 No.of bills verified in time Within 3 days from the date of receipt Monthly Scrutiny and verification of DA arrears Appliying LOCs to Pension Payment furnishing of Pension pariculars Forwarding of Medical Bills and effecting recoveries Review of Life Certificate 10 Within 3 days from the date of receipt Within 3 days from the date of receipt Monthly 10 No.Of medical bills in which recoveries are to be effeted No of life certificates to be received No.Of application received for LTC eligibililty No.II Furnishing of LER 10 No.Of LOCs applied in time Monthly 5 No.

of pay fixations done Within 3 days Monthly 10 Within 7 days Monthly Rectification of pay anomallies attended 10 No.II.Authorisation to additional charge allowance Pay fixations 10 No.of authorizations issued No.of LPCs processed in time Daily With in 3 days from the date of receipt Within 2 days from the date of receipt Monthly Processing for LER 10 Monthly Processing of LPC 10 Monthly 235 .of LPCs to be processed No of entries made in the SR No.of addl.of entries to be made in the SR No.of LER to be processed No. Charges to be authorised No.of anomalies to be anomalies attended attended With in 25 days Monthly V.of No.of pay fixations due No.III &IV Making entries in the SR 10 No.of LERS processed in time No. UPPER DIVISION CLERK (AUDITORS) I.

of pay anomalies to be processed No.of pay anomalies processed in time No.No SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME Processing for LTC eligibility report 10 No.of increments to released No.of Reports processed in time Within 3 days from the date of receipt 1 Service Matters Processing for release of increments Processing of payanomalis 10 No.of service particulars furnished in time 3 days before the due date Within 20 days from the date of receipt of application Within 3 days from the date of receipty of applications 10 Furnishing of service particulars of retiring officers 10 No.Sl.of retired employees whose serice particulars to be furnished VI UPPER DIVISION CLERK-I Maintenance/ 25 Poshing of cash book Preparation of cash trial balance & adjustment of 25 Trial Balance maintenance of outstanding temporary advance &Permenant imprest registers Verification of all remittance with reference to trial balance Attending Audit of IA &AG Audit Preparing & Maintenance of General Ledger Daily By 5th /15th of every month 5 Daily 5 By 3rd of every month As per due date 5 5 Daily 236 .of LTC eligibility Reports are to be processed No.of increments processed for released in time No.

of NDC to be issued No. of Bills due for passing No.Of pension Payments to be prepared No. of NDCs passed in time 237 . Of bills to be passed No.Of Bank Guarantees to be released No.Of EMDs & SDs refunded in time Within 3 days from the date of receipt Refund of EMDs &SDs 30 No.Of Bank Guarantees processed in time No. TIMEFRAME WEIGHT TARGET AGE (%) Maintenance of Cheque issue Register 10 Daily Preparation of Bank reconciliation of 20 Drawing Account E AO/CPR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Passing of Pay Bills 20 No.No SUBJECT TASK 30 No.Of pension payments paid in time ACHIEVEMENT By 25th of every month. of LPC to be issued No. of LPCs passed in time No. of Bills passed in time Daily By 25th of every month Within 10 days from the date of receipt of claim / santion Within 7 days from the date of receipt Within 7 days from the date of receipt of Joining Reports/ CTC / Sanction Passing of all kinds of bills 20 Issue of LPC 5 Issue of NDC No. of Bills passed in time No.VII UPPER DIVISION CLERK –II Maintenance of Bank Gurantee Register Processing of the Release of Bank Guarantees 20 Daily 20 No.Of EMDs & SDs to be refunded Within 5 days from the date of receipt VIII UPPER DIVISION CLERK-III Preparation of pensions bills Sl.

of Pay fixations given in time No. of bills scrutinised in time By 24th of every month Scrutiny of all bills 60 Within 7 days from the date of receipt of claim / sanction By April end/ as per due date Issue of from 16 5 No. of IT returns to be filed No.Filling of IT returns 5 No. of pay bills to be scrutinised No. of increments to be released As per due date Pay fixations 3 No. of Pay anamalies By 10th. 20th & 30th of every month Release of increments 5 No. of Pay fixations due Within 10 days from the date of receipt Within 30 Days Daily Rectofocatopm of Pay anomalies 2 No. of Pay anomalies to Verification of cash book PERSONNEL OFFICER / JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER 5 Scrutiny of Pay Bills 40 No. of increments scrunised in time 2 days before due date increments to be scrutinised 238 . of LOCs to be scrutinised No. of No. of LOC to be raised No. of bills to be scrutinised No. of IT returns field in time As per due date Raising of LOC 5 No. of increments released as per due date No. of LOCs raised as per schedule No. of forms to be issued No. of forms issued in time Scrutiny of LOC 10 Scrutiny of increment of JAO's 5 No. of LOCs 2 days prior to scrutinised in the due date time No.

IV Preparing bill for remittance of all recoveries made in pay bill of employees Remittance of recoveries made in pay bills pertaining to govt. Hospital Bills. of LOCs prepared in time Within 3 days Yearly 5 Daily Monthly 35 By 10th of every month Monthly 15 By 10th of every month Monthly 10 No. of Certificates due to be issued No.SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION Preparation of gratuity and commutation bills of retired employees Maintenance of Pension Ledger & payment of DA Arrears 15 No. of LOCs due for preparation No. Printing & Stationary Bills No. through challana & sent to treasury Issuing of TDA certificates to the contractors for the income tax recovered from the Bills like Hire Vehicle. of Certificates issued in time Within 3 days from the date of payment Monthly 239 . of Bills to be paid No. of Bills paid in time By 20th of every month Monthly 10 Half Yearly Yearly Preparation of Applying LOCs to 10 pension payment furnishing of pension particulars Preparation of Medical Bills UPPER DIVISION CLEK . employees working in AP Transco. Computer & Contractor Payments.

UPPER DIVISION CLERK . UPPER DIVISION CLERK . of PRs to No.VI Maintenance of cash book (Drawing Accounts) 10 As per due date Monthly 30 Daily Monthly 40 No.Preparing the schedules of longterm & shorterm loans to the Trial Balance X. SDS and for all the cash receipts XI.V Maintenance of receipt of cash book Writing of PRs of all DDs dispatching of all the PRs written for EMD. of PRs be written written in time Daily Monthly 40 Daily Monthly 240 .

of pay bills to be prepared No. UPPER DIVISION CLERK Preparation of Pay Bills 5 Monthly 40/50 No.Of LOCs to be prepared No.of LPCs & NDCs to be scrutinized No.of LPCs & Within 5 days NDCs from the date scrutinized of receipt of in time joing report/CTC By 8th of every month Monthly Scruitny of EPF remittence III.Of IT assessments to be scrutinized No.Of Bills to be prepared No.SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION Scrutiny of pay fixations 5 No.Of IT By the end assessments of March scrutinized in time Yearly 241 .Of LOCs prepared in time Monthly Scrutiny of IT assessments 5 No. 20th and 30th) Monthly Preparation of LOC 20 No.of pay fixation to be scrutinsied No of Pay fixations scrutinized in time Within 7 days Monthly Sccurtiny of pay enomolies 5 No.Of Bills prepared in time By 23rd of every Month Monthly Preparation of Bills 70/50 Within 5 days from the date of receipt of claim /Sanction As per scheduled dates (10th.of No.of With in 25days Payanomalies Payanomalies from the date to be scrutinized scruitinised of receipt in time Daily Monthly Verfication of cash book Scrutiny of LPCs &NDC 10 Monthly 10 No.

of Increments to be processed No.Processing of NDC/ LDC 10/15 No Of NDCs/ LPCs to be processed No.No SUBJECT TASK 20 No. BALANCE SHEET SECTION SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Replies to the provisional audit comments from ACAP Sl.Of Pay anomalies to be Processed Withion 20 days from the date of receipt of proposal By 10th of every month Daily Monthly Remittence of EPF Maintancance of cash book 10 Monthly 70 Monthly F.of Audit objections / Comments replied 5th July each year ARR DATA Furinshing of information for ARR compilation 10 As perdue date fixed by competent authority 242 .Of Pay Fixations to be processed Within 5 days Monthly Pay anomalies 5 No.Of pay fixations processed in time No.of Audit objections/ Comments received No.Of increments processed in time No.Of Audit objections/ Commernts replied TARGET 25th Aug.Of Audit objections/ Comments received WEIGHT AGE (%) No. every year Yearly ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME 2 STATUTORY AUDIT Audit replies to statutory audit observation 20 No.Of NDCs / LPCs processed in time Within 3 days from the date of receipt of proposal /CTC/ Joining Report 5 days before due date Yearly Processing of JAOs increments 5 No.Of Pay anomalies processed in time Monthly Pay fixations 5 No.

TRIAL BALANCE Vertification of supplemental trail Balance of all units of AP Transco (at present 42 units) 20 No. Accounts (Provisional) III JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER I 20 By 5th of June of every year 1.. ACCOUNTS OFFICER INCOME TAX Preparation & filing of IT returns of APTransco Filing of clarification / affidevite in IT department 20 As per due date 10 No. ANNUAL ACCOUNTS Compilation of data relating to accounts Verification & Proof checking and arranging printing of annual accounts 2.Of affidavits / Clarifications to be filed No.of units whose STBs are to be verified By 25th May of every year 3. PROPERTY REGISTER Maintenance of property register of the company By 25th of Sept..of certificates to be issed No of certificates issued in time With in 10 days from the date of receipt II 1. of every year 20 30th May of every year 10 By 30th Sept. ANNUAL ACCOUNTS Compilation of corporate Anuual.of affidavits/ Clafifications filed as per due date No.3 NDCs Issue of No due certificate to retired / deceased employees 20 No. CWIP DETAILS Verification of CWIP details &Transfer 10 of CWIP to fixed assest By 30th June of every year 243 . of every year 3.of units whose STBs are verified as per due date As per due date 2.

of periodicals returns furnished as per due date As per due date IV JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER II Reconciliation of IUT Balances 35 No.4 PERIODICAL RETURNS Preparation & Furnishing of periodical returns to planning wing/ other institutions 10 No.Of clarifications received ACHIEVEMENT No.of No of certificates Certificates to processed be processed in time Within 10 days from the date of receipt Monthly Maintenance of Broad sheets in respect of Long Term Loans & Advances SECTION FOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Documentation.of Projects to be apprised apprised in time Within 2 days of receipt of proposal Monthly Execution of agreements with trustee/ register/ listing agency /Govt of AP 15 No. project appraisal 35 By 15th of every month Monthly 25 No.Of clarifications issued TIME FRAME By 15th of every month 1.Of IUT clarifications sought /Issued 35 Monthly SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE(%) TARGET FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION DIVISIONAL CLERK Scrutiny of NDC in respect of retired / deceased 35 No. IUT No.Of units for which reconciliatic in done as per due date No.of agreements executed In a month Monthly 244 .Of units for which reconciliation is due No.of projects for which agreements are to be executed No.of Projects No. of periodicals returns to be furnished No.

of bonds due for service 10 Monthly / Quaterly / Half yearly/ annually Redemption of Bonds 5 No.of loans due for swapping Within 7days from the date of approval As and when arises Finalization of offer document 5 Within 15 days from the date of approval by FA&CCAl As and when arises 245 .of clarifications issued Within 3 days from the date of receipt Monthly 10 No.of projects apprised in time Within 5 days of receipt of proposal Within 5 days from the date of receipt of proposal Monthly Approval of terms and conditions by Board Swapping of laons 15 As and when required 10 No. No.1G) Issue of clarifications on loans ACCOUNTS OFFICER Appraisal of the project 5 At the time of ARR filing 5 No.of Projects due for appraisal No.of Bonds redemption No of bonds redeemed Within 5 due for days from the date of receipt of proposal As per due date As and when arises Furnishing of returns of APERC (Form 1.of clarfifications received No.of allottees No.of allottee to under the issue whom bonds were alloted Within 5 days from the date of closure / allotment As per due date As and when arisen.Allotment of Bonds Issue of Bonds certificates Serving of Bonds and issue of TDs certificates 5 No.

Of Govt. guarantees scrutinised in time Within 2 days from the date of receipt As and when required Filing of charge with ROC 10 Within 3 days from the date of sanction of loan As and when required 246 . guarantees due for scrutiniy No. Guarantee RFC/PFC LONG & SHORT TERM LOANS 10 No.Of reports Within 2 days furnished in time Quartly AAR FILING Furnishing of information for approval of investment plan Furnishing of returns to APERC (Form I.of schemes Within 7 days bonds due Bonds Scrutinised from the date for scrutiny in time of receipt As and when arises ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER Security Govt.of schems/ No.Of Govt.a) obtaining approval of Govt of AP Within 5 days of receipt from the date of approval by board As and when arises b) Issue of notification 10 Within 5 days from the date of approval of Govt As and when arises SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT TARGET AGE (%) ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION C) SEBI reports No.OF reports due No.G) MISCELLANEOUS Serutinization of scheme /bonds 10 10 days As and when arises 3 days 5 At the time of ARR filling 5 No.I.

Scrutiny of LOA & raising of claims 10 No.Of LOAs due Within 2 days form the date of receipt of Proposal /Claim Within 2 days from the date of rceipt Monthly 5 No.Of LOAs / claims scrutinized in time No.OF LOAs raised in time Within 2 days from the date of receipt Daily Raising of adjustment LOA for direct debits Arranging cheque payment to the lessoer Closure of lease agreements intimation to the lessor execution of agreement releasing the equipments from lease payment of Residual value 5 No.Of clarifications to be issued No.Of cheques paid in time Monthly 10 LEASE FINANCE No.Of claims due for payment No. Releases under APDRP 10 apportionment among DISCOMS 2 days Monthly Furnishing of information/ 10 Clarification on PFC loans/Claims ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER No.Of LOAs/ claims due to scrutiny No.Of clarification issued in time Within 2 days from the date of receipt Daily Pursuance with field units regarding 10 BRS As per duedate Monthly Review of BRS field units 15 As per due date Monthly 247 .Of agreements due for closure/ execution / payment of dues Within 5 days form the date of closure After closure of Lease Agreement as and when lessor present the documents Govt.

SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION BANK RECONCILIATION Reconcillation of form 10A with Bank LHOs Pursuance with field units /Banks for TT/MT /DD particulars 15 As per due date Monthly As per due date 10 Monthly Pursuance with the Bank Head Office for confirmation 20 of credits JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Maintenance of ledger of loans As per due date Monthly 10 1 day Daily Verification of Daily REC LONG & SHORT TERM LOANS demand & Arranging of payment 15 1 day Reconcillation of accounts 10 As per due date Monthly Report on receipts & Disbursement Segregation of receipts & arranging payment to DISCOMS Raising of debit and credit notes against DISCOMS 10 As per due date Monthly 10 1 day Daily 5 As per due date Monthly 248 .

of returns/ No.of investors No.No SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION 2 Cloure of Agreement 5 As per due date Monthly 249 . Loans due As per due date Daily 2 days 10 BONDS As and when arises Intimation to investors 5 No.of returns to be furnished furnished in time As per due date Monthly 5 10 No.of investors to whom to whom payment payment is due is arranged in time 2 days As and when arises Arranging of payments of 10 interest on application money Reconcillation Maintanance of ledger 10 5 As per due date As ans when arises 2 days 1 day Monthly Monthly LEASE FINANCE Raiaing of debit note to GENCO/DISCOMS 10 2 days Monthly Sl.of returns No.of.Submitting of returns to Govt on LOANs/ Guarantees 10 No.of returns Perio dicals periodicals to be furnished furnished in time As per due date Monthly JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER-II Monthly return of loans REC-LON &SHORT TERM LOANS Arranging payment of interest and principle Reconcillation of funds received and allotted No.

of loans where payment is due As per due date Monthly Reconcilation of Accounts PFC-LONG & Preferring claims SHORT TERM to PFC LOANS Report on receipts & Disbursement Segregation of loan re-payments among DISCOMs Arranging payment of interest and principle Raising of debit notes against DISCOMS SAO/F&P SECTION I SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Establishment Scrutiny of Medical bills up to Rs.of claims to be filed filed in time As per due date Monthly 10 2 days Monthly 5 2 days Daily 10 No.Of PPO/ GPO/ Commutation values to be issued No.of proposals to be verified No.Of PPO/GPO Commutatin values authorized in time Within 9 days form the date of receipt With in 7 days from the date of receipt Monthly 20 Monthly 250 . of proposals verified in time No.of loans due for payment As per due date Daily 5 2 days Monthly 10 No.of bills scrutinized of receipt Within 7 days from the date Monthly Pension Verfication of pension /grantuity and commutation proposals Issue of PPO/ GPO/Commutation value authorization 40 No.of claims No. 5000/- 10 1 day Monthly 10 No.JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFRFICER – III Maintenance of ledger of loans Verfication of demand & arranging of payment 10 1 day Daily 10 No.of bills to be scrutinized in time No.

of PPO/ GPOs to be scrutinized No of bills to be scrutinised No.Of GPF schedules reported in time No.of Proposals Within 6 days scrutinized in time form the date of receipt Monthly GPF Pratfinal withdrawals 20 No.of sanctions verified in time With in 5 days from the date of receipt Within 3 days from the date of receipt Within 2 days from the date of receipt Monthly Scrutiny of Medical Credit/Reim bursement Bills Processing of GPF sanction of A/C staff 40 Monthly 30 No of GPF No.of Bills scrutinized to time No.of withdrawals Within 6 days processed in time from the date of receipt No.of withdrawals to be processed Monthly Scrutiny of pension Gratuity and commutation proposals PEN Scrutiny of PPO/ SION GPO 40 No.Of GPF schedules to be processed No.Of withdrawals finalized intime Monthly By month end 40 GPF Verification & Finanlisation of GPF claims of 30 Within 7 days from the date of receipt Monthly final settlements SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) be finalized TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION III JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Verification of GPF 30 ledgers preparation & issue of GPFships Processing of GPF final with drawais No.Of final withdrawals of GPF are to No.of PPO/ GPO scrutinized in time No.of pension proposals to be scrutinized Monthly 30 No.of withdrawals to be processed By july of every year Yearly 20 No. of sanctions verified Monthly 251 .II ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER Arranging feeding of GRPF schedules No.of withdrawals Within 2 days processed in time from the date of receipt No.

of Bills/ Reimbursements to be scrutinised No.of PPos GPOs to be prepared No.UPPER DIVISION CLERK Processing of pension Gratunity and commutation proposals Preperation of PPO/GPO 40 No.of sanctions verified in time Within 2 days from the date of receipt Monthly Scrutiny of Medical bills/ Reimbursements 30 No.of paras to be replied No.Of GPF Sanctions to be verfied No.of proposals processed in time Within 4 days from the date of receipt Monthly 30 No.of paras disposed in time Within 5 weeks of receipt of proposal or as per due date fixed by the AG which ever is earlier Mothly 252 .of proposals to be processed No.of Bills/ Within 3 days Reimbursements from the date Monthly scrutinised in time of receipt KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR FA & CCAs AND DY CCAS IN A& E WING OF ACCOUNTS SERVICE FA & CCA (A&E) Furnishing replies to draft paras/draft reviews 5 No.of PPos GPOs With in 3 days to be prepared from the date Monthly in time of receipt PERSONNEL OFFICER Maintenance of incumbency register 10 Monthly ESTA Verification of GPF BLISH sanction MENT 30 No.

Stores Final assessment Orders to applient authorities Replies to sales Tax Department 5 Yearly 6 As per due date fixed by the Act/ Rules No.Sl.of Special audit reports No. Trial Balance Pay & accounts Admission of LOA above one crore 8 Monthly Monthly 10 Approval of power purchase payment 4 PowerPurchase &Sales Approval of sales Bills 10 10 No.of replies due No.of special audit reports followed up 15 Within 6 weeks of receipt or as per due date fixed by the AG Monthly 253 .Of sales bills due for approval approved in time With in 1 day from the date of receipt With in 1 day from the date of receipt Monthly DYCCA (AUDIT) Followiup action on audit objections 20 Within 7 days from the date of receipt of report With in 7 days from the date of receipt of report Monthly AUDIT Followup action on special Audit Reports on allegations and compliance against staff and officers Follow up on factual notes to AG Monthly 5 No.of Sales bills No.No SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) 5 TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION Monthly 1.of LOAs due No.Of LOAs for admission admitted in time Within 3 days from the date of receipt Monthly 6 Monthly Finalisation of 3.of replies given as per due date As per due date fixed by the Act/Rules By 25th of every month No.of Audit paras dropped As and when required Quarterly Dropping of Audit Para 5 Monthly Review of pending audit objections 2.of Audit paras No. AUDIT Furnishing action taken report to IAC/IUC Wihtin 90 days from the date of receipt No.

of stores inspected No. of BST bills due for No. of reports valuated in time Within 15 days from the date of receipt of report Within 10 days from the date of proposal Within 10 days from the date of receipt Within 10 days from the date of receipt Monthly Monthly 10 Monthly 10 Monthly 254 . SIDEL SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE(%) 15 By 20th of every month No. STORES SECTION I SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Issue of review report on srores verification Issue of No due certificate for retiring employees Authorisation for refund of penalities Valuation of Assets to be written off 20 No.STORES Followup action on Quantity reconciliation certicate 30 With in 3 days from the date of receipt of certificate Monthly DYCCA (EXPENDITURE) Verification of Field cash adjustment Trial Balance Admission LOA above 10 lakhs and upto 1 crore Finalisation of payments to IDBI. of purchase & sales bills due for verification No. of stores inspected in time No. SEBs & CTC etc.of LOAs to No of LOAs be admitted admitted in time With in 3 days from the date of receipt As per due Dates : fixed TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME Monthly 1 PAY& ACCOUNTS 40 15 FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION DYCCA (PP&s) Review of sufficiency of funds for all LC payments Furnishing of information for ARR filing 15 Same day Monthly POWER PURCHASE 15 One month prior to due date fixed by APERC No. of NDCs issued in time No. of claims for refund No. of BST bills scrutinised in scruitiny By 10th of every month time Monthly 20 10 No. of NDCs due for issue No. of reports due for valuation No.. of purchase & sales bills verified in time By 5th of every month Yearly Verification of Power Purchase & Sales Bills 20 Monthly Scrutiniy of BST bills on Discoms. of claims refunded in time No.

Preparation of no due certificates Consolidation of stock reconciliation statement Sl. of tenders due for analisis No. of NDCs prepared in time Within 7 days Within 5 days from the date of receipt Monthly Monthly 10 WEIGHT AGE (%) 10 TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME FREQUENCYOF EVALUATION Monthly Furnishing of A2 &CST returns Receipts &Issue of “C” “G” and way bill forms By 20th of every month Within 7 days from the date of receipt of indent No.of NDCs to be prepared No. TENDER ANALYSIS ANALYSIS Furnishing of stock verification report of all TLC & 400 Kv units Scrutiny of tenders for arithmetical accurancy & terms and conditions 20 No.of estimates to be scrutinised No. of stores reviewed in time Monthly Consolidation of monthly return on excess & shortages Furnishing of information to sales tax. of stores to be verified Number verified as per due date As per due date Yearly 70 No. of tenders due arthametical accurancy Numbers scrutinised as per time frame Within 15 days from the date of receipt Monthly III JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER / ESTIMATES Preparation of review report on stock verification 10 No.Review of tenders accurancy & terms and conditions II ACCOUNTS OFFICER / Spl. of stores for which reveiw is to be conducted Within 10 days from the date of receipt No. of teners analised in time Within 15 days from the date of receipt Monthly 70 No.No SUBJECT TASK 10 Within 5 days from the date of receipt Monthly 10 As per due date Monthly 10 No...of Estimates scrutinized in time Within 7 days from the date of receipt 10 Monthly Scrutiny of the estimates and with reference to administration approval & Technical sanctions Monthly 70 255 . courts etc.

of replies as per due date As per due date Monthly 15 10/15 As per due date Monthly 15/10 Daily Monthly 256 .of LACs to be replied No. II.by obtaining required information from Discoms Collection of information regarding AG/C&AG audit paras relating to revenue short fall & furnishing the same to Audit wing Finalisation of LT & HT collection reports centralised payments adjustment & communication through B&R and PP's No.of tenders analised in time Within 15 days from the date of receipt Monthly 20 By 15th &30 th of every month No.OF LAQs/ Assurances to be replied/furnished No of LAQs/ Assurance is furnished in time Monthly Monthly As and when required 20 15 15th of every month Monthly 15 As and when required Monthly court cases etc. Finaclisation of HQa/ Centralised Payments /’ Adjustment and communication through B&R and PP&S to DISCOMS Obtaining of required replies to Audit paras from DISCOMS for submission to Audit wing obtaining of required information regared information regarding 70 No.Review of tenders accurancy &Terms and conditions C I.of tenders due for analysis No. ACCOUNTS OFFICER Preparation of replies to LAQS/Assurance to Govt. REVENUE SECTION SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Scrutiny of centrailised payments & adjustments with Genco & Discoms Obtaining of Revenue data /information/ Returns as and when required and submission to management and furnishing of replies to LAQs / Assurance s to Govt.

Depts. / Depts. Compliation of HT & LT daily collections reports of four Discoms PAY & ACCOUNTS SECTION 20 20th of every month Monthly/ Quarterly 20 By 7th of every month Monthly 15 15th & 30th of every month Monthly 15 Daily Monthly 1 SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Admission of LOA upto 10 lakhs 40 No. / Municipalities / minor/major Panchayats for collection of arrears under Centralized payments III 30 As per due date Monthly JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Consolidation of CC charges report.. / local bodies Consolidation of MIS reports as required by Management and Head Quarters collections/ centralised payments and communication to DISCOMs. DCB and all other returns/reports as and when required Compliation of District wise / IIOD wise arrears position of Govt. of LOAs admitted in time within 5 days from the date of report Monthly 257 . of LOAs to be admitted No.Scrutiny of CC charges report FPR & DCB of Discoms SUBJECT TASK 30 By 20th of every month TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIME FRAME Monthly WEIGHT AGE (%) FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION Obtaining of data/ information / from DISCOMs relating to arrears due from Govt. FPR..

Issuance of cheques 20 No. of cheques issued in time No. of claims scrutinised in time Same day Monthly ACCOUNTS OFFICER Preparation of trial balance Preparation of Bank Reconsiliation Statement Maintenance of centralised cash book of Headquarters Carrying out the corrections in the cash book 40 By 15th of every month By month end Monthly 30 Monthly Daily Monthly Daily Monthly 258 . of cheques to be issued No. of hundies accepted Daily Monthly Acceptance of Hundi LOA payments Authorisation of Cash book Admission of LOA for payment of loans to IDBI etc Scrutiny of JBIC claims Daily Monthly 10 Daily Monthly As per due date Monthly No. of bundies for acceptance No. of claims to be scrutinised No.

OF LOAs to be scruitnised No ofLOAS Withi 3 days verified in time form the date of receipt No.No SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE(%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION III ASSISANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER (TB/FE/P&A) Consolidation of cash trial balance Consolidation of Adjustment Trial Balance Verfication of IOA 35 35 By 5th of every month By 15th of every month No.Scrutinised As per due date in time Monthly Monthly 40 Monthly Scrutiny of LOAs for payment of loans to IDBL Furnishing outstanding liabilities regarding LOA to SAO (Balance sheet) Arranging of EFT funds to Banks Attending to Audit paras interest claims &Court cases 20 Monthly 10 By April Yearly 30 40 No.II.III.of claims to be processed Daily Number Same day processed daily Quarterly Monthly 20 50 Quarterly 259 . of Audit As perdue date paras attended in time Monthly Monthly IV JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICERS (I.of LOAS to be scrutinized No.of LOAs scrutinized in time Daily Within 3 days from the date of receipt Monthly Monthly 70 No.Sl.Of LOAs to be verified No.of LOAs for which check slips are to be prepared 40 No of LOAs Within 3 days for which check from the date slips prepared of receipt in time Monthly Maintenance of JBIC claim register Processiong of JBIC claims Reconclisation of LOAS raised & paid with each unit Monthly 20 No.&IV) Maintenance of register for purchase orders Scrutiny oif LOAs related to POs of CE/400 KV L&SS Preparation of check slip of LOA 20 No. of Audit paras to be attended As per due date No.

Furnising of form 15 to field units Furnising of repayments Schedule Raising of LOAs for payment of loans to IDBI Bank Release of hundies LOAs 30 By 15th of every month By 25th of every month Monthly Monthly 40 No. of hundies for which LOAs are to be released Daily Monthly V UPPER DIVISION CLERK .I & II Date entry of LOAs under table I. II & V 20 TARGET ACHIEVEMENT Daily TIME FRAME Monthly FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION Monthly SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) 20 Verificationof Table I check list Daily Recording of CB vouchers on the invoices after Table-V Release of Bank Advices Receipt and data entry of all trail balances (cash & adjustment) Submission of form 7 GPF schedules form 10. of LOAs raised in time As per due date Monthly 10 No.10A to the section concerned Consolidation of trail balance (cash and adjustment s and LOA TBs) and sending to field units 10 Daily Monthly 20 Daily Monthly 40 Daily Monthly 10 As and when received in the field Monthly 20 Monthly Quarterly 260 . of LOAs to be raised No.

VI LOWER GRADE CLERCK Maintenance of LOA in ward register Maintenance of LOA ledger unit wise 35 Daily Monthly 35 Daily Monthly POWER PURCHASE & SALES SECTION I SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Issue of LOA and ensuring payment for P.of LC applications processed in time Within 5 days from the date of receipt Within 3 days form the date of receipt Monthly Processing of LC applications made by generators 40 No.of LC applications to be processed Monthly Reconciloiation of LOAs with form 15 15 No.of PP scrutinized in time Within 5 days from the date of receipt Within 3 days prior to the due date Monthly Scrunity of sales Bills 70 No.of bills to be No.of LOAs to be processed No.P.of bills scrutinised scrutinised in time Monthly III JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER / UPPER DIVISION CLERK (CGS)/IPPS/SBBS Preparation of LOA 15 No.of LOAs to be reconciled Within 3 days form the date of receipt Monthly 261 .of PP to be scrutinised No.of LOAs processed in time No.of LOAs for which payments are ensured Within 1 day from the date of approval for payment Monthly ACCOUNTS OFFICER/ ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER Scrutiny of PP bills 70 No. Bills on due date II 70 No.

Of reports Within 10 days reviewed in time of receipt 1 INTERNAL AUDIT/ HEAD QUARTERS Preparationof consolidated resume Consolidation of replies form HODs By 25th of every month Monthly 20 20 Within 10 days from the date of receipt No.of pay fixation No.of replies scrutinized in time Within 90 days form the date of receipt TIMEFRAME Yearly WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION Review of pending audit paras Scrutiny of monthly resume on important/ serious paras in nature pointed out by Internal Auditors II ACCOUNTS OFFICER Issuance of advertisement for appointment of Internal Auditors Review of Internal Auditor reports 20 By 20th of every month Last working day in a month Yearly Yearly 20 10 As per due date Yearly Monthly 20 No.Of reports to be reviewed No.INTERNAL AUDIT WING I SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER Scrutiny of replies to explanatory note C & AG report Sl.of replies to be scrutinised No. Scrutinised Within 10days & anomalies to be in time from the date of audited receipt Monthly Scrutiny of pay fixations & Anomalies Monthly 10 2 AUDITCELL Review. Scrutiny and consolidation on factual notes/ draft/reviews/ draft paras 40 Within 6 weeks form the date of receipt Yearly 262 .No SUBJECT TASK 30 No.

of claims audited in time of receipt No. 20 No of bills received No.of cases reviewed in time With in 5 days the date of receipt With in 15 days from the date of receipt Monthly Monthly 50 Scrutiny of bills related to protocol. Within 10 days from the date of receipt Within 15 days from the date of receipt Monthly Scrutiny of bills (Protocol Legal fees.of cases to be reviewed No.of files/ bills to be reviewed Within 5 days form the date of receipt Monthly 10 No.of audit paras No of replies for which replies obtained are due in time No.of units As per due date audited as per programme Monthly III ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER Audit of price variation claims (Conductor/Cable/ Transformers/Tower parts) 40 No.oF bills scrutinized in time Scrutinised in time Monthly Monthly 263 . Advertisements) Scrutiny of fixed charges of PPAs No.of bills Scrutized in time With in 3 days from the date of receipt.of claims to be audited No.Conducting of preliminary meetings on PUC &PAC 30 Prior to the meeting of PUC & PAC No.of units to be audited as per programme Within 10 days of receipt Yearly IA/TL &SS&TLC Obtaining replies to the pending paras Monthly 50 Conducting of Internal Audit 20 No.of files/ bills received in time Withi 3 days from the date Monthly I NTERNAL AUDIT Review of bills relating to Legal fees and advertisement Review of extension of delivery time enhacement /decrease in face value Scrutiny of fixed charges 20 No. of bills to be Scrutinised No.

of proposals due for scrutiny No. AUDIT Within 15 days form the date of receipt of proposal No.of bills processed for pre-audit Within 7 days from the date of receipt Monthly 10 Obtaining WO returns form field units With in 7 days from the date of receipt Monthly 264 .of claims to be Audited No.of proposals audited With in 5 days from the date of receipt of proposal Monthly 40 Monthly Scrutiny of files relating increase / decrease in face value of Agtr. II & III Processing of fixation of fees to SA &Tax Auditors and fixation of their fee Processing of pay fixations & Anomalies No.of pay fixations processed for pre audit With in 7 days from the date of receipt Yearly 40 Monthly Processing of replies received form units /HODs Audit of extension of delivery time 30 Within 1 week form the date of receipt of aludit report No.of pay fixations to be pre audited No.of bills to be audited No.I.of Proposals scrutinised Within 5 days from the date of receipt of proposal Monthly II.of proposals due for audit No.of claims audited in time Monthly No.of proposals audited Monthly 70 I. INTERNAL Scrutiny of bills related AUDIT to protocol fee and 60 expenses payable to Legal cases. expenditure on Advertisement charges Printing & Stationery charges.quatity & amendment to Pos. Consolidation of work orders return & correspondence thereon No.SUBJECT TASK WEIGHT AGE (%) TARGET ACHIEVEMENT TIMEFRAME FREQUENCY OF EVALUATION Audit of price variation claims (conductor /cable) Audit of extension of delivery time of material IV JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (AUDIT)/ IA .etc 30 No.of proposals due for audited No.

of appointment issued in time Within 1 week from the date of receipt 40 Yearly INTERNAL AUDIT Issuance of appointment letters to Internal Auditors receipt &dispatch work 30 As per due date Yearly Review /Scrutiny and processing or replies on AGs Inspections Reports 70 No.of appointment letters to be issued No.V. UPPER DIVISON CLERK Consolidation of applications of Internal Auditors No.of replies reviewed in time With in 20 days Quartarly 265 .of audit replies due for review No.of applications processed No.of applications received No.

O. 10 5. 5.ANNEXURE. For the Month of ________ : : : : : Full Name Date of Birth Qualification Educational Technical I. a) b) 4. S. 7. 8. No.III FORMAT –A SELF APPRISAL REPORT OF FA & CCA AND DY CCA IN ACCOUNTS SERVICE OF APTRANSCO DATA OF THE EMPLOYEE 1. 10 4.(%) FA&CCA (R&A) 1.D. Filling of IT returns and attending on behalf of APTRansco if any Finalisation of Annual Accounts for adoption by the Board Furninshing of Accounts with statutory audit report to AGAP Review of Accounts by Audit committee Furnishing of data for Filling of ARR and Ploughback Dues 266 10 2. 6. 10 3. Number Date of Joining in the service Present Designation Name of the Office/ Section Desription of duties entrusted Task : : : : Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 2. 10 . 3.

1. 10 9. Approval of sales Bills 267 . 4. 10 10 10. 6 8 7. No.S. 10 5 2.O. II. 6 6. 5 5 3. 8.(%) 6. 5 5. Submission of Annual Plan to planning commission Management of Funds FA&CCA(A&E) Furnishing replies to draft paras/draft reviews Furnishing action taken report to IAC/IUC Dropping of Audit Paras Review of pending audit objections Final Assessment orders to applient authorities Replies to sales Tax Departments Finalisation of Trial Balance Admission of LOA above 1 crore Approval of power purchase payment 10 7. Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C.

5 3. Follow up action on audit objections Follow up action on special audit Reports on allegations and compliance against staff and officers Follow up on factual notes to AG Follow up action on quantity reconciliation certificate 20 2.No. Dy CCA (AUDIT) 1. DYCCA(PP&S) Review of sufficiency of funds for all LC payments Furnishing of information for ARR filing Verification of power Purchases &sales Bills 15 40 15 15 2. Verification of Field Cash adjustment Trial Balance Admission of LOA above 10 lakhs and upto 1 crore Finalisation of payments to DBI. SIDBI V. Dy CCA (EXPENDITURE) 1. Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C.S. 15 3. 15 4 30 IV. 1. 20 268 .(%) III.O.

5.to Rs 25.(%) 4. Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C.O. Dy CCA (ACCOUNTS) Obtainign Audit Report from Statutory Auditor Adoption of Accounts by AGM Issue of authorization with regard to final withdrawal in respect of retiring / deceased employees Approval of Medical Credit / Reimbursement Bills (Rs.000/-) 20 VI 1.S. 30 VII DY CCA (REVENUE) Finalisation of centralized payments of B&R section for onward communication to DISCOMS through PPS Furnishing replies to LAQ/ Assurances to Govt by obtaining required information from DISCOMS Pursuance with Govt Dept/Secretariat Dept for released of funds under centralized payments for clearance of CC charges dues from Govt Dept & Loacal Boaides. 20 4. 1. 20 2. 20 269 .SEBs &CTC etc. 10 2. 10 3.000/.No. 30 3. Scrutiny of BST bills on Discoms.

....... Achievement (%) >95 >90% >85% >80% <=80% Grade Description A B C D E Outstanding Very Good Good Satisfactory Poor/ Un-satisfactory CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (HRD &TRG....TOTAL WEIGHTAGE (%) EARNED Limitations /Constranints in achieveing the targets (#) Revised weightage to be assigned by the controlling officer as per Rules Remarks of Controlling Officer:Signature of Controlling officer Name : Designation: Signature of the Employee Average % of weightage Carned / month (againt 70%) : ............ Grade Awarded……....) 270 ........................ % Weightage earned through AARs (Against 30%) : .......... Total % weightage earned ……........…............

(%) : : : : : Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (BUDGET) 1. Furnishing of information to APERC for filling of ARR 2. Raiting Of Debit/ Credit notes 15 10 15 20 10 271 .O. Date of Joining in the service 6. No. Qualification a) Educational b) Technical 4. Furnishing of Annual plan for submission to Planning Commission 4. ID Number 5. Furnishing data relating to financial position of APTransco 5.FORMAT –B SELF APPRISAL REPORT OF APTRANSCO EMPLOYEES IN CLASS –I &II IN ACCOUNTS SERVICES For the Month of DATA OF THE EMPLOYEE 1. Full Name 2. Present Designation 7. Brief description of duties entrusted S. Date of Birth 3. Name of the Office/ Section 8. Furnishing replies to Audit/PUC/PAC 3. Task Target : : : : Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C.

Reciept & returning of bank guarantees 13. 50.000/- 5 10 7. Passing of bills above 30.Sl.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. PAY OFFICER 6. Scrutiny & passing of pension bills 14. 20 272 . 10 10. SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (BALANCE SHEET) Replies to the provisional audit comments form AGAP Audit replies to statutory audit observation 1. 8. Sanction of pay fixations & issue of pay slips Sanction of increments Rectification of pay anomalies Issuance of cheques for bill passed for head quarters payments above Rs. 20 2. Fillup of Incometax annual returns of other than employees & finalise of annual accounts & attending of Audit 12.O.000/-( contract) maintenance /consultancy legal contingents) 11. Authorisation of Trial Balance Cash & Adjustment 5 5 5 15 5 III. 10 9. (%) II.

Revision of LCs for power purchase in respect of CGS and IPPS with the coordination of PPAs wing 4. SENIOR ACCOUNS OFFICER (LOANS) 1. Scrutiny of Medical Bills up to Rs. Providing of funds in the different banks for meeting LC &Debt service payments on the due dates. Documentation.O.S. Project appraisal 2. 5. SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (F & P) 1. Furnishing of ionformation for ARR compilation 4. 15 25 10 20 V. Issue of No due certificate to retired /deceased employees 20 IV. Issue of authorization for release of LOA/LOC 3. No. Verification of pension /gratunity and commutation proposals 3. Issue of PPO/GPO commutation value authorization 10 40 20 VI.(%) 3. SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (B& R) 1. Execution of agreements with trustee/ register / listing agency/Govt of AP 25 15 273 . Preparation of cash flow projection statement 2.000/2. Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) 10 Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C.

10 4. 1. SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (STORES) Issue of review report on stores verfication Issue of no due certificate for retiring employees Authorisation for refund of penalties Valuation of Assets to be write off Review of tenders accuracy & terms and conditions 20 2. 5 7.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. (%) 3. 10 5 5. 6.O. SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (REVENUE) Scrutiny of centralized payment &adjustments with Genco &Discoms 20 274 . Allotment of Bonds Issue of Bonds Certificates Serving of Bonds and issue of TDs certificates Redemption of Bonds Furnishing of returns to APERC (form 1:1G) Issue of clarifications on loans 5 4. 20 VIII 1. 5 VII.Sl. 10 3. 10 5.

3. Fpnalisation of HQs/ centralized prayments/ adjustments and communication through B&R and PPs to DISCOMs 4. Issue of LOA and ensuring payment for P. Admission of LOA upto 10 lakhs 2.O. Scrutiny of replies to explanatory note to C&AG report 20 15 15 40 20 10 70 30 275 . IX. Obtaining of required replies Audit paras from DISCOMS for submission to Audit wing obtaining of required information regarding court cases etc. Acceptance of Hundi LOA payments X. SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (POWER PURCHASE & SALES) 1. SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (INTERNAL AUDIT) 1.S.P. Bills on due date XI.No Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C. Issuance of Cheques 3. Obtaining of Revenue /Data information/Returns as and when required and Sub-mission to management and furnishing of replies to LAQS/Assurances to Govt. SENIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER PAY &ACCOUNTS 1.(%) 2.

7. 6. 5. 20 XIII ACCOUNTS OFFICER (CPR) 1.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 2. (%) 2.O. 4. 20 XII ACCOUNTS OFFICER (BUDGET) 1. Release of cash grants Re-appropriation ofr cash grants Scrutiny of data on employee cost administration and general expenses and reapairs and maintenance 25 25 3. Review of pending audit paras Secrutiny of monthly resume on important /serious paras in nature pointed out by Internal Auditors 20 3. 2. Passing of Pay Bills Passing of all kinds of bills Issue of LPC Issue of NDC Filling of IT returns Raising of LOC Raising of increments 5 5 5 20 20 5 276 . 3.Sl.

Verification of Supplemental trail Balance of all units of APTransco (at present 42 units) 4.(%) 8. Approval of terms and conditions by Board 2 5 20 10 20 20 30 40 10 15 277 . Verification of cash book XIV ACCOUNTS OFFICER (BALANCE SHEET) 1. Pay Fixations 9. Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) 3 Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C. Filing of Clarification affidavit in IT department 3. Rectifification of pay anomalies 10. Raising of credit notes for the funds recveived from DISCOMs and the cheques received on their behalf at Head Quarters and debit notes for the funds released to DISCOMS XVI ACCOUNTS OFFICER (LOANS) 1. Appraisal of the project 2. Verification of accounts 2.No.S.O. Compilation of Corporate Annual Accounts (Provisional) XV ACCOUNTS OFFICER (B&R) 1. Paration & filing of IT returns of APTransco 2.

7. Preparation of replies to LAQs/ Assurances to Govt. Furnishing of returns to AERC (from 1.O. 5. Swapping of Loans Finalisation of offer document Obtaining approval of Govt. Furnishing of stock verification report of all TLC &400 Kv units Scrutiny of tenders for arithmetical accuracy & terms and conditions 70 2.Sl. by obtaining required information from DISCOMs 15 278 . 10 10 9. Of AP Issue of notification SEBI reports Furnishing of information for approval of investment plan./ TENDER ANALYSIS (STORES) 1. 70 XVIII ACCOUNTS OFFICER ( REVENUE) 1.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) 10 5 Achievement weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 5 10. 5 XVII ACCOUNTS OFFICER /SPL. 4. 8. (%) 3.1G) Scrutinisation of scheme/ Bonds 6.

Finalisation LT &HT collection of reports.P.(%) 2. Scrutiny of Sales Bills 70 70 40 30 279 . Preparation of Bank Reconciliation statement XX ACCOUNTS OFFICER/ ASSISTNT ACCOUNTS OFFICER (PP &SALES) 1.No. centralised payments. Preparation of Trial Balance 2. adjustment & communication through B&R and PPS 4. Collection of information regarding AG/C&AG audit paras relating to revenue short fall & furnishing the same to Audit wing 3.O.S. Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C. Obtaining of data /information/from DISCOMS relating to arrears due from Govt.Bills 2. Scrutiny of P.Depts Municipalities /Minor/Major panchayats for collection of arrears under centralised payments 10/15 15/10 30 30 XIX ACCOUNTS OFFICERS (PAY & ACCOUNTS) 1. Scrutiny of CC charges report FPR & DCB of DISCOMs 5.

Issuance of advertisement for appointment of Internal Auditors Review of Internal Auditor Reports Preparation of consolidated: resume Consolidation of replies from HODs Scrutiny of Pay fixations & Anomalies Review. Scrutiny and consolidation on factual notes /draft/reviews / draft paras Conduction of preliminary meetings on PUC&PAC Obtaining replies to the pending paras Conducting of Internal Audit 10 2.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C.Sl. 20 5. 10 6. 50 9.O. 40 7. 30 8. (%) XXI ACCOUNTS OFFICER (INTERNAL AUDIT) 1. 20 280 . Preparation of annual plan/Revised estimates Financial position of APTransco 15 2. 20 XXII ASSISTAT ACCOUNTS OFFICER (BUDGET) 1. 20 3. 20 4.

10 3. 10 281 . Position of Government loans outstanding to end of the month and maintenance of debt servicing of GOAP loan 4. 20 15 XIII ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER (F & P) 1.O.(%) 3. Journal Entries of debit servicing on Governement Loans for in corporation in Annual Accounts & information furnished to APERC in respect of Govt Loans & subsidies etc. Scrutiny of Govt. 10 4. 30 XXIV ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER (LOANS) 1. Guarantee Filling of charge with ROC Scrutiny of LOA & raising of claims Raising of adjustment LOA for direct debits Arranging cheque payment to the lassoer Closure of lease agreements intimation to the lessor execution of agreement releasing the equipment from lease payment of Residual value 10 2.Sl.No Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 5 5 6. 5. Arranging feeding of GPF schedules Verfication & Finalisation of GPF claims of final settlements 40 2.

35 35 40 3.release under APDRP apportionment among DISCOMS Furnishing of information / Clarification on PFC loans/ claims ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER (LOANS –I) Pursuance with field units regarding BRS Review of BRS of field units Reconciliation of form 1 OA with Bank LHOS Pursnance with field units /Banks for TT/MT/DD particulars Pursuance with the Bank Head Office for confirmation of credits ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER (TB/FE/P&A) Consolidation of cash Consolidation of Adjustment Trial Balance Verification of LOA Scrutiny of LOAs for payment of loans to IDBI 10 8.O. 10 5. 2.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 15 4. 10 X XV 1. 20 282 . (%) 7.Sl. 3. Govt. 10 15 2. 4. 20 X X VI 1.

Arranging of EFT funds to Banks 7.S.) 1. Review of extension of delivery time enhancement/ decrease in face value 4.O.No. Scrutiny of Bills related to protocol XXVIII PERSONNEL OFFICER (ESTT.(%) 5. Audit of price variation claims (conductor /cable Transofrmers/Tower Paras) 2. Task Target Weightage Revised Weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned (%) Weightage Assigned by the C. Attending to Audit paras interest claims & court issuses 10 30 40 XXVII ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS OFFICER (INTERNAL AUDIT) 1. Scrutiny of fixed charges 5. Furnising outstanding liabillities regarding LOA to SAO (Balance Sheet) 6. Review of Bills relating to legal fees and advertisement 3. Maintenance of Incumbency Register 2 Verification of GPF sanction 40 20 10 50 20 10 30 283 .

.......... Total % weightage earned ……….......................O............. Scrutiny of Medical Bills /Reimbursement 30 TOTAL WEIGHTAGE (%) EARNED Limitations/Constraints in achieving the targets (#) Revised weightage to be assigned by the controlling officer as per rules Signature of the Employee Remarks of Controlling officers:- Signature of Contorlling officer Name : Designation: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Average % of Weigage earned / month (againt 70%) ..................Sl... Achievement (%) >95 >90% >85% >80% <=80% Grade Description A B C D E Outstanding Very Good Good Satisfactory Poor/ Un-satisfactory CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (HRD &TRG) 284 . Grade Awarded……..No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. (%) 8.......... % Weightage earned through AARs (Against 30%) : ..

Qualification a) Educational b) Technical 4. Date of Joining in the service 6.No Task Target : : : : Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. Maintenance of cash grant register /files 15 285 . Preparation of LOA s in respect of plough back dues payble to GOAP 6. Name of the Office/ Section 8. Full Name 2. (%) : : : : : I JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (BUDGET) 1. Date of Birth 3. Brief desription of duties entrusted Sl.O. Maintenance of depreciation register /files 2. Calculation of depreciation on the assets of APTransco 3. Reconciliation of cash grants relating to capital &revenue 10 20 20 5 5 10 II JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER –II (BUDGET) 1. Furnishing of schedule 19 & 20 4. Consolidation of Replies to Audit paras 5. Present Designation 7. J D Number 5.FORMAT –C SELF APPRISAL REPORT OF APTRANSCO EMPLOYEES IN CLASS –III IN ACCOUNTS SERVICES For the Month of_____________ BIO_DATA OF THE EMPLOYEE 1.

20 2. 4. 10 5 10 5 5.O. Grants. (%) 2. JUNIOR ACCOUNT OFFICER (PAY OFFICE) Scrutiny of cash book & imprest Registers closing of temporary & imprest advances Verification of DDs &cash with reference to the remittance in the Bank Remittance of recoveries from Pay Bills & issue of TDA certificate Processing of Refund of Bank GuaranteeEMD & SD Issue of PRs for DDs & cash Receipts Verification of Cash Trial Balance &adjustment Balance Filling IT returns & Finalisation of annual Accounts 25 25 20 IV 1. 2. 6. 7.Sl. 286 . 10 4. 3. 3. 1. Subsidies sanctioned by Govt. 10 3.of AP. Reconciliation of cash grants of Capital &Revenue Consolidation of employee cost data Maintenance of reappropriation register JUNIOR ACCOUTNS OFFICER –III (BUDGET) Consolidation of capital expenditure of APTransco Preparation of Credit/Debit notes on DISCOMs Maintenance of Registers on Loans.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) 20 20 10 Achievement Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. III.

Verification of Commutation & Gratuity Bills 3. Authorisation to additional charge allowance 6. Scrutiny of Pay Bills 40 10 10 30 15 10 10 5 5 10 10 10 10 10 287 .No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. Furnishing of LTC eligibility report 4. Release of increments 5. Rectification of Pay anomalies VII PERSONNEL OFFICER/ JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (CPR) 1.Sl. furnishing of pension particulars 5.O. Scrutiny and verification of DA arrears 4. Issue of LPC 3. (%) V. Applying LOC s to Pension payment. Verification of Pension Bills 2. JUNIOR ACCOUT\NTS OFFICER (Pensions–II ) (PAY OFFICE) 1. Review of life certificate VI JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER GAZITED I&II (PAY OFFICE) 1. Pay fixations 7. Furnishing of LER 2. Forwarding of Medical Bills and effecting recoveries 6.

10.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) 60 5 10 Achievement Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C.Sl. 3. 9. (%) 2. 10 5. 10 4. 10 288 . 7. Scrutiny of all Bills Issue of form 16 Scrutinyof LOC Scrutiny of increment of JAOs Scrutiny of Pay fixations Scrutiny of pay anomalies Verification of cash book Scrutiny of LPCs & NDC Scrutiny of EPF remittance JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER –I (BALANCE SHEET) Compilation of data relating to accounts Verification & Proof checking and arranging printing of annual accounts Maintenance of property register of the company Verification of CWIP details &Transfer of CWIP to fixed assets Preparation & Furnishing of periodical returns to planning wing / other institutions 5 5 5 10 10 5 6. VIII 1. 5. 20 3. 20 2. 4.O. 8.

Verifaction of LOC Applications 2.O. Verification of GPF ledgers. Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. verification of accounts of trust funds with reference to trial Balance furnished unit officers 4. Furnishing financial follow up returns XII JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (F&P) 1. Furnishing of Trial Balance 3. preparation & Issue of GPF slips 35 35 20 15 35 15 20 15 10 10 30 289 . of IUT clarifications Sousht / Issued X JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER–I (CASH) (B&R) 1.Sl. Filling Of requisition for release of pensionary benefits from trust 3. Accounting for cheques/ DDs received XI JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER –II 1.No. (%) IX JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER –II (BALANCE SHEET) 1. Reconciliation of IUT Balance 2. Maintence of B&R cash 2. Furnishing of information to Banks (so data) 5. No.

10 15 10 3. 10 5. 6. 2. 40 7. 30 XIII 1. 2.O. 5 7. 4. 10 10 290 . Processing of GPF final with drawls Partfinal with drawals Scrutiny of Pension.Sl. gratuity and commutation proposals Scrutiny of PPO/GPO Scrutiny of Medical Credit/Reimburrsement bills Processing of GPF sanction of A/C staff JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (LOANS) Maintenance of ledger of loans Verification of demand & arranging of payment Reconciliation of Accounts Report on receipts & Disbursement Segregation of loan receipts & Arranging payments to DISCOMS Raising of debit and credit notes against DISCOMS Submitting of returns to Govt. 4.On loans / Guarantees JUNIOR ACOUNTS OFFICER –II (LOANS) Monthly return of loans Arranging payment of interest and principle 20 20 3. 10 6. 40 30 5. 10 XIV 1.No Task Target Weightage Achievement Revised weightage (#) (%) Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. (%) 2.

SI. Arranging payment of interest and principle 8. Maintenance of ledger of loans 2. Closure of Agreement XV JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER-III (LOANS) 1. Raising of debit notes against DISCOMS 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 5 291 .No. Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. Raising of debit note to GENCO/DISCOMs 9. Report on receipts & disbursement 6. Reconciliation of Accounts 4. Maintenance of ledger 8. (%) 3. Arranging of payments of Interest on application money 6. Preferring claims to PFC 5. Verification of demand & arranging of payments 3.O. Intimation investors 5. Reconciliation 7. Segregation of loan repayments among DISCOMs 7. Reconciliation of funds received and allotted 4.

5. Scrutiny of the estimates and with reference to administration approval & Technical sanctions 70 9.O. 20 3. Preparation of review report on the stock verification Consolidation of monthly return on excess & shortages Furnishing of information to sales tax. Receipts &Issue of “C” “G” and way bill forms 10 8. Consolidation of MIS reports as required by Management and Head quarters collections / centralized payments and communicationb to DISCOMS 15 4. 4.DCB and all other returns /reports as and when required 20 2. Consolidation of CC charges report FPR. Preparation of no due certificates Consolidation of stock reconciliation statement Furnishing of A2 & CST returns 10 10 10 10 10 10 3. (%) XVI. 6. courts etc. 2. 7. Compliation of HT &LT daily colections reports of 4 DISCOMS 15 292 . Review of tenders accuracy & Tems and conditions 70 XVII JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (REVENUE) 1. JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER / STORES /TA/ ESTIMATES 1. Complilation of District wise/HOD wise arrears position of govt Dept/Local bodies.Sl.No Task Target Weightage Revised weightage (#) (%) Achievement Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C.

Sl. 293 . 5.No Task Target Weightage Achievement Revised weightage (#) (%) Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 3.III &IV) (PAY &Accounts) 1. Maintenance of register for Purchase Orders Scrutiny of LOA related to Pos CE/400 KV L & SS Preparation of check slip of LOA Processing of JBC claims Reconciliation of LOAs raised & paid with each unit Furnishing of \forms 15 to field units Raising of LOAs for payment loans oto IDBI Bank Release of Hundiues LOAs 20 70 40 20 50 30 7. 40 10 8. II & III 1.O. 2.II. XIX JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER/ UPPER DIVISION CLERK CGS/IPPS/SBBS 1. Reconciliation of LOAs with forms 15 40 15 15 XX. JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (AUDIT)/ A-I. 6. Processing of fixation of fees to SA &Tax auditors and fixation of their fee Processing of pay fixations & Anomalies Processing of replies received from units /HODs 70 40 30 2. 4. Preparation of LOA Processing of LOC applications made by Generation 3. 2. 3. (%) XVII JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (I.

II.O. 30 6.No Task Target Weightage Achievement Revised weightage (#) (%) 40 Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 5. CE/DFID &other officers Furnishing of reports on capital expenditure of AP Transco to CE/plg. .III &IV (PAY OFFICE Making entries in the SR 10 294 25 20 3.CE/RE/CE/opn. Expenditure on advertisement charges printing & stationery charges Consolidation of work Orders return & correspondence thereon 60 7. 70 XXII UPPER DIVISION CLERK (BUDGET) 1. 2. Maintenance of PPRs register Collection of Data relating to capital expenditure of APTransco form CE/400 KV CE/APL. UPPER DIVISION CLERK (INTERNAL AUDIT) Consolidation of applications of Internal Auditors Issuance of appointment letters to internal auditors receipt & dispatch work Review /scrutiny and processing of replies on AGs Inspections Reports 40 30 3. (%) 4. 25 X X III 1. Quantity & Amendment to Pos etc.Sl. 10 XXI 1. 2. Audit of extension of delivery time Scrutiny of files relating increase /decrease in face value of agt. UPPER DIVISION CLERK (AUDITORS ) I. Scrutiny of Bills related to protocol fee and expense payable to Legal cases.

6. 5 X X 1.O.Sl. 3. 25 2. 25 3. 4. Processing of LER Processing of LPC Processing for LTC eligibility report Processing for releases of increments Process of payanomalies Furnishing of service Particulars of retiring officers UPPER DIVISION CLERK – I (PAY / OFFICE / CASH) Maintenance /posting of cash book Preparation of cash trial balance trial & adjustment of Balance Maintenance of outstanding temporary advance & Permanent imprest registers Verification of all remittance with reference to trial balance Attending Audit of IA &AG audit Preparing &Maintenance of genral Ledger UPPER DIVISION CLERK –II (PAY OFFICE /CASH) Maintenance of Bank Guarantee Register 10 X X 1. 5 6. 5 5. 7. 5 4. 5. 20 295 . (%) 2.No Task Target Weightage Achievement Revised weightage (#) (%) 10 10 10 10 10 Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C.

Processing of the Release of Bank Guaarantees Refund of EMDs &SDs UPPER DIVISION CLERK –III (PAY OFFICE /CASH) Preparation of Pensions Bills Preparation of gratuity and commutation bills of retired employees Maintenance of pension Ledger & payment of DA Arrears 10 Preparation of applyinbg LOCs to pension payment furnishing p ension particulars Preparation of Medical Bills UPPER DIVISION CLERK –IV (PAY OFFICE /CASH) Preparing bill for remittance of all recoveries made in pay bill of employees Remittance of recoveries made in pay bills pertaining to govt. 35 2. printing & stationary bills Preparing the schedules of long term & short term loans to the Trial Balance 30 15 3. X X VI 1.O. computer & contractor Payment. 10 296 . 3. 10 4.Sl. hospital bills. X X VII 1.No Task Target Weightage Achievement Revised weightage (#) (%) 20 30 Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 10 5 5. 2. (%) 2. 15 3. 4.employees working in AP Transco through challana &sent to treasury Issuing of TDA certificates to the contractors for the income tax recovered from the bills like hire vehicle.

5. 4.Sl. 40 2. 8. SDS and for all the cash receipt UPPER DIVISION CLERK –VI (PAY OFFICE/CASH) Maintenance OF CASH BOOK (Drawing Accounts) Maintenance of cheque issue register Preparation of Bank Reconciliation of Drawing Account 30 40 X X VIII 1. 2. 6. 7. 3.O. 10 3. Preparation of Pay bills Preparation of Bills Preparation of LOC Scrutiny of IT assessment Processing of NDC/LPC Increments Processing of JAOs Pay Fixations Pay Anomalies 40/50 70/50 20 5 10/15 5 5 5 297 . 2. UPPER DIVISION CLERK –V (PAY OFFICE /CASH) Maintenance of receipt cash book Writing of PRs of all DDs dispatching of all the PRs written for EMD. 20 X X UPPER DIVISION CLERK (CPR) X 1. (%) X X VII 1.No Task Target Weightage Achievement Revised weightage (#) (%) Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C.

20 3.No Task Target Weightage Achievement Revised weightage (#) (%) 10 70 Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. X X XII 1. X X UPPER DIVISION CLERK –I & II XIV (PAY &ACCOUNTS) 1. 10.Sl.O. X X XI 1. (%) 9. 2. Remitenance of EPF –I Maintenance of cash book UPPER DIVISION CLERK (BALANCE SHEET) Scrutiny of NDC in respect of retired /deceased Maintenance of Board sheets in respect of Long Term Loans & Advances UPPER DIVISION CLERK (B& R) Verification of form 7 Furnishing of confirmation statement of the receipts UPPER DIVISION CLERK (F&P) Processing of Pension Gratuity and commutation proposals Preparation of PPO/GPO 35 35 X X XII 1. 2. 10 20 4. 5. II & V Verification of Table –I check list Recording of CB vouchers on the invoices after table V Release of Bank Advices Receipt and data entry of all trial balances (cash & adjustment) 20 2. 40 298 . 40 30 40 30 2. Data entry of LOAs under table I.

No Task Target Weightage Achievement Revised weightage (#) (%) Weightage Earned(%) Weightage Assigned by the C. 70 299 .Sl. (%) 6.O. 30 3. Consolidation of applications of Internal Auditors Issuance OF APPOINT LETTERS TO INTERNAL ADUTIORS RECEIPT & DISPATCH Review/Scrutiny and Processing of replies on AGs inspections reports 40 2. TBs sending to field units) 10 7.10A to the section concerned Consolidation of trail balance (cash and adjustments and LOA . Maintenance of LOA ledger Unit wise XXXVI DIVISION CLERK (INTERNAL ADUIT) 1. Maintenance of LOA in ward register 35 35 2. Submission of form 7 GPF schedules from 10. 20 XXXV UPPER DIVISION CLERK 1.

......... Achievement (%) >95 >90% .... % Weightage earned through AARs (Against 30%)......=80% Grade Description A B C D E Outstanding Very Good Good Satisfactory Poor/ Un-satisfactory CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (HRD &TRG) 300 ...... Total % weightage earned ………......85% ...80% ............. Grade Awarded……................................TOTAL WEIGHTAGE (%) EARNED Limitations/Constraints in achieving the targets (#) Revised weightage to be assigned by the controlling officer as per rules Signature of the Employee Remarks of Controlling officers:Signature of Contorlling officer Name : Designation: Average % of Weightage earned / month (againt 70%).........

Ltd.O. also directs that these orders shall come into with effect form the date of issue of these orders. 220 Dated : 20. 035/2004.O. 1980 Recovery of AP Transco dues from the Pensionary benefits -Orders .Adopted. 21-12-2002 *** ORDER : In the G.O. 995 Finance (Pen.APTransco . After careful consideration. The Transmission Corporation of A. Revised Pension Rules. 4.P. These orders are issued with the concurrence of Joint Managing Director (Fin.P. Comml.O. orders have been issued in the reference cited substituting the Sub-rule (7) of Rule 9 of the A.O. T. hereby directs to adopt the orders issued in the G. & Rev. No. No.Amendment to Sub-rule (7) of Rule 9 of A. No. Finance (Pension-1) Department.O..2005 Read the Following :G.Ltd. No.Secy-Per) Ms. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A. 2. LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 301 . 3. (Addl.I) Department.P. the Transmission Corporation of A. as the case may be.P.No. Ms.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT PENSIONS . Revised Pension Rules. IPC. Finance (Pension-1) Department. 995. dated 21-12-2002 (copy enclosed) to all the employees of AP TRANSCO.Ms. dated 21-12-2002 Government have decided to amend the Sub-rule (7) of Rule 9 of A. 1980.. Accordingly. Reforms) vide his U.01. Revised Pension Rules. Dt.. shall be deducted from the Retirement Gratuity benefits of Servant without the consent of Government Servant or the consent of the members of his family in the case of a deceased Government Servant. 995. Dt. 1980 in respect of recovery of pecuniary loss caused to Government (or a local authority) due to negligence of Government Servant.Ms.P. 12-01-2005.P.

O. the Government after careful consideration have decided to amend the relevant rule in accordance with law. or withdrawing a pension in full or in part. Therefore. 302 . as personnel action dies with person. In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India and of all the powers hereunto enabling. 3.I) Dept. ORDER : Under Rule 9 of Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules. If the Government servant dies before this stage it cannot be said that disciplinary proceedings is concluded. hereby makes the following amendment to the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules. Through G.Ms. Government have introduced a new sub-rule (7) (a) (b) and (c) to the said Rules regarding continuance of disciplinary proceedings in respect of deceased Government servants for the purpose of recovery of any loss caused or amount misappropriated by the Government servant while in service. 1980. No. No.1) Department. There cannot be a question of loss or misappropriation being established where the Government servant dies before the conclusion of the disciplinary proceedings. 464/VC-A2/2002-2 Dt. orders on findings and penalty there on are passed and issued. Accordingly. G. Finance & Planning (FW. The amendment to rule seems to have been issued on the basis of "incorrect understanding of the legal position". or both. The rule further provides for the competent authority to bring the legal heirs on record to conclude disciplinary proceedings: Clause (b) of sub rule (7) deals with a situation where the disciplinary proceedings are concluded but the Government servant dies before imposing penalty or receipt of the order of penalty.O.Recovery of Government dues from the pensionary benefits .O. 2. the following notification will be published in the Andhra Pradesh Gazettee. whether permanently or for a specific period and of ordering recovery form a pension or gratuity of the whole or part of any pecuniary loss caused to the Government and to the local authority if in any department or judicial proceedings.07. Disciplinary proceedings can be considered to be complete. either in full or in part. NOTIFICATION 4. The rule deals with a situation where a Government servant dies before the conclusion of disciplinary proceedings where the loss caused or the amount misappropriated by the Government servant is established. 1980 and as amended from time to time. No. 995. 10-7-99. 1980 . Finance & Plg (FW.1999.COPY OF : GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Pension-Administrative Reforms . Dated 21-12-2002 Read the following :1. dated 12. FINANCE (PENSION -I) DEPARTMENT G. the Governor of Andhra Pradesh.Issued.. A.Amendment to Sub-rule (7) of Rule 9 of Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules.Ms. Andhra Pradesh Vigilance Commission have expressed serious doubt of the practicability of the procedure laid down and the legality of such action for recovery of dues to Government occasioned on account of the delinquent officer after his death from his pension and gratuity.P. State Government reserves themselves the right of withholding or withdrawing a pension or gratuity. In the reference 2nd read above. dt. Pen. 85. the pensioner is found guilty of grave misconduct or negligence during the period of his service. Vigilance Commission's Letter No. Pen. the moment. Ms. 12-7-99 2.Order . 85.

it shall not be necessary to get the consent of the Government servant. SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT. For this purpose. a stated amount which shall be deducted from the Retirement Gratuity on account of Government dues or local authority dues or loss sustained by the Government servant due to negligence and net amount of Retirement Gratuity payable to the retired Government servant".K. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) S. as the case may be. 303 . the following shall be substituted namely :- "Eventhough a Government servant has retired from service and was not before his retirement charge sheeted or called upon to explain why a pecuniary loss caused to the Government (or a local authority) due to his negligence.AMENDMENT 5. In the said rules in rule 9. a stated amount which shall be deducted from the Retirement Gratuity admissible. it shall be indicated in the sanction clearly the amount of Retirement Gratuity admissible. while he was in service. In such cases. ARORA PRINCIPAL. for sub-rule (7). should not be recovered from him. or the consent of the members of his family in the case of a deceased Government servant. shall recoup the pecuniary loss besides all Government dues (or local authority dues) from the Retirement Gratuity. the Government if they are satisfied that the loss is due to him.

No. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A. dt. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. These orders are issued with the concurrence of Joint Managing Director (Comml.Adjustment by recovery of excess amount due to release of erroneous increments after commencement of probation . (GM(IR)-Per)Ms. 265 Dt. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms. 3. the Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited issues the following orders : a) The T.APTRANSCO & DISCOMs . 91. dt. IPC.Issued. The entire amounts paid prior to 4.Passing of Departmental tests during the period of probation to certain categories of employees in Accounts Service & P&G Service . 4. action is being initiated by some of the Drawing Officers to revise the increments already released and recover the amounts already paid.O. consequent on the release of increments after the commencement of probation and prior to the issue of T. Secy-Per) Ms.7.O.P.91.2003 deleting the tests for probation and prescribing the said tests for promotion only and giving effect to the said orders prospectively.O. No.O.7. cited orders have been issued passing of departmental tests during the period of probation to certain categories of employees in Accounts Service and P&G Service and prescribing the same for promotion and the said orders were made effective from the date of issue of T. 91.7. 4. Finance & Revenue) vide his Regd.2003 shall be recovered in monthly instalments from the increments plus admissible allowances due on or after date of issue orders. 2. 4.No.O. 91.. No. LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 304 . No. dt: 4-7-2003 ORDER : In the T. (GM(IR)-Per) Ms.O.O. No.Instructions . b) The amounts paid. It was represented by some trade Unions that suitable instructions may be issued to the Field Officers of APTRANSCO and DISCOMS not to give effect to the recoveries.2003 towards increments shall be recovered accordingly (Illustration enclosed) 5.O. In view of the orders issued by the APTRANSCO in T.O.2003 has only prospective effect. After careful examination.No. Reforms. 263 Dated : 1-3-2005 Read the following :T.O. It has been represented that some of the field Officers/Drawing Officers of the erstwhile APSE Board/ APTRANSCO/DISCOMS released the annual grade increments to certain LDCs/Typist/Steno-typist in Accounts Service and Assistants/Assistant-cum-Computer Operators/Typists/Junior Stenos in P&G Service during the period of probation even though they did not pass the Departmental tests prescribed under Service Regulations.O. T. dt. No. 4.7. 23-2-2005.O.O. (Addl.No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Regulations .O.

O. 263.1998 the pay fixation and release of increments are in order) Revised Pay Scales .O.1994 4.98 Increment 01-07-1998 - 305 .7. 2170/Rs.1998 5. 3. No.07. 3795/(3295-100-3795-125-4420150-5170-185-6095) Rs.07. Secy-Per) Ms.ANNEXURE TO T.07. 1-3-2005 ILLUSTRATION 1. 2030/(1960-70-2730-75-3555) 2nd increment 3rd increment - - Rs. dt.01-04-1998 with MBF 1. (Addl.1994 6.1995 FN with MBF from 01-07-1995 01-07-1996 01-07-1997 : : : xxxxxx LDC 19. : 19. : Rs. : 17. 2. 3920/(as the order commencing the period of probation was issued on 17. Name of the candidate Designation Date of appointment (excluding training period) Date of order of commencement of Probation Date from which probation was commenced Date of accrual of increments 1st increment 19. 2100/Rs.07.07.

2002 (RPS 2002) 01.07.2001 4295 3920 01.30 + corresponding allowance 306 .30 +corresponding allowance Total : Rs.7.2003 to 03.07.2000 4170 3920 01.07.07.07.40 6005 581. 1500 + corresponding allowance 250x12=Rs.10 97.2002 6580 6005 6795 6005 01.07. Date of increment 01. 3000+corresponding allowance 375x09=Rs. 3375+corresponding allowance 575x03=Rs.1999 Pay already drawn 4045 Pay would be drawn 3920 Amount to be recovered 125x12=Rs.2003 7010 678.04. 1725+corresponding allowance 790x12=Rs9480+corresponding allowance 01.2003 01. 19177.07. Increments erroneously released after commencement of probation.

(Per-DS(IR) Ms. No. (Per-GM(IR) Ms. 251. 3. Asst.O.Vidyut Soudha Canteen . No. 252. dated 31. Accounts Officer / CPR -Member 4. 807 dated 19.7. Deputy Secretary (IR) -Member 3. Executive Engineer (Civil) -Member 5. B. No.O.2001 T.O. T.Orders .O. I. 5.O.2003 *** ORDER : The Management Committee of Vidyut Soudha Canteen constituted in the reference 4th cited is hereby reconstituted with the following members with immediate effect. (Per-Addl. dt. 4.(IS-Per) Ms. 2.O. KESAVA RAO JOINT SECRETARY 307 .Issued. No. VIDYUT SOUDHA :: HYDERABAD ABSTRACT Welfare measure .TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD.2005 Read the following 1. 1976 T.Constitution of a revised Departmental Canteen Committee at Vidyut Soudha .10. Secretary (M&S) -Convener The above committee shall frame suitable rules that may be necessary for day to day running of canteen.9. 26.03.Ms. Joint Secretary -Chairman 2. 141.P.1. Secy) Ms. dt. 270 Dated : 03.O. No.1999 T. 1.O.

Ms.O.O. No. 5.05.Ms. 91 SW(CV-1) Department.No. 1999.2004 (copy enclosed). 47. Rules 2000. Ms. No. C and D for implementing rule of reservation in the appointments or posts or seats so reserved under the rule of reservation for the Scheduled Castes vide G.3. vide G.2000.Ms.CV-1) Department.P. Limited hereby adopts the orders issued in the G. 4. Secy-Per) Ms. the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Act.O. 7344/2000 and 3442/2000 declared the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Act. 3. In pursnance of the aforesaid Act. 47.5.O. S. Ms.O. 47.W. 4. 23. 116. 2000. (CVI) Department. SW (CV-1) Department. Necessary amendments shall be issued separately to the orders already issued with regard to reservations in promotions in favour of Scheduled Castes.O.1999 categorizing the Scheduled Castes into 4 groups A.12.. dt. (CV-I) Department. and order issued vide G. dt. No. the Transmission Corporation of A.12.O. dt. Social Welfare (CV. dt. 6758/ 2000. 7. 273 Dated : 10. 2.P.1).2000 subject to the conditions mentioned there in. Ms. the Government of A. Social Welfate (CV-1) Dept. 6. dt. dated 31.O.. S. Social Welfare (CV-1) Department.. LIMITED) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 308 . 31-52000.2005 Read the Following :- 1.3.2004. In the above circumstances. B. in Civil Appeal Nos. and supersession of the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Rules. The said G. in G. ORDER : G. 3. 47 S.1999.W. No.O. 31. 521. No. Subsequently. 10-12-1999 T. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF A.W. 7-3-2000 G.Ms.ADOPTED. 91 SW(CV-I) Dept. dt. (Addl. 23-12-2004 Orders have been issued in the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Ordinance 1999 (Ordinance 6 of 1999) Dt. Ms.O. 23. 2000 (Act 20 of 2000) has been enacted to provide for Rationalization of Reservations to Schedule Castes in the State of Andhra Pradesh. 2.Ms. dt. Social Welfare (CV-1) Dept. 521.O. No.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT THE ANDHRA PRADESH SCHEDULED CASTES (RATIONALISATION OF RESERVATION) RULES 2000 GOVERNMENT ORDERS . 10. dated 10th December. 116. 9. 91. dt. have issued the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations). 1999 issued in G.12.P.2000 (copy enclosed) in respect of enactment to provide for Rationalization of Reservations to Scheduled Castes in the State of A.O. No.12. Secy-Per) Ms.O.O. T.No.O. The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in their Judgement dated 5. under reference 1st cited has been adopted by APTRANSCO vide T.Ms.P. (Addl. 6934/200.11. After careful examination. dt.No. 7. as unconstitutional.O. No. 116.2004 the Government have cancelled the Rules issued in the G. No. 31-5-2000 G. dt.O. These orders shall come into force from the date of issue of the Government orders. Department.

COPY OF: GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT The Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) . 1999.116. 2000 and supersession of the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Rules.P. services in any office or establishment of :The Government : a local authority namely :a Gram Panchayat or a Mandal Parishad or a Zilla Parishad established under the Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act. 2000.Rules 2000 . No. DEFINITIONS : II.O. Act of Institutions (Regulation of Admission and 5 of 1983 Prohibition of Capitation Fee) Act. 2000 It shall be deemed to have come into force with effect form 10th December 1999.Ms.1) Department. Educational Institution shall have the meaning assigned to it in clause (c) of section 2 of the Andhra Pradesh Educational A.O. dated 0206-2000. (a) (b) In these rules unless the context otherwise requires :"Act" means the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservation) Act. 'Government' means. dated 10th December.2000 2. namely :RULES : SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT : 1. 1983. SOCIAL WELFARE (CV-I) DEPARTMENT G. the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following Rules. Social Welfare (CV.05. issued in G. 1994:' 309 (c) (d) (i) (ii) (a) . NOTIFICATION In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 7 of the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Act. No. the State Government of Andhra Pradesh :'Public Service' means. Dated : 31.Issued. (1) These rules may be called the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Rules.Orders .Ms. 47 ORDER : The following notification will be published in the Extra-ordinary issue of the Andhra Pradesh Gazett. 1999.

as the case may be or any rule or provision for reservation of seats in the rules or instructions for admission into educational institutions.(b) (c) a Municipality constituted under the Andhra Pradesh Municipalities Act 1965: and a Municipal Corporation established under the relevant law. Provided that in the case of reservation of appointments or posts and admissions to educational institutions shall be allotted to Sl. 27. 16. (1) In order to implement the rule of reservation under section 3 of the Act. 72. for its maintenance or any educational institution. One percent of the seats both in public appointments or posts and admissions to educational institutions out of 15% meant for Scheduled Castes shall be reserved for the persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes referred to in clause (a) of Sec. 87 and 97 of the roster as specified in rule 22 (e) of Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules. (iii) (iv) (v) (e) (f) PROCEDURE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RULE OF RESERVATION : III. No. 22. 62. Provided that in the case of reservation of appointments or posts and admissions to educational institutions shall be allotted to Sl. 2 of the roster as specified in rule 22 (e) of the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules. 77 and 91 of the roster as specified in rule 22 (e) of the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules.3 of the Act. any rule or provision for reservation of appointments or posts in public service in the special rules applicable to any particular service or the General rules of the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules. 1996. Seven percent of seats both in public appointments or posts and admissions to educational Institutions out of 15% meant for Scheduled Castes shall be reserved for the persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes referred in clause (b) of Section 3 of the Act. 47. for the time being in force. a body established under any law made by the Legislature of the State whether incorporated or not including a University. 1996. a Corporation or undertaking wholly owned or controlled by the Government. but receiving aid from the Government. in favour of Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes or Backward Classes or Women as the case may be : 'Scheduled Castes' Shall have the meaning assigned to it in clause (24) of Article 366 of Constitution of India. 66. Six percent of seats both in public appointments or posts and admissions to Educational Institutions out of 15% meant for Scheduled Castes shall be reserved for the persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes referred to in clause (c) of section 3 of Act. 1996. 41. whether registered or not. No. (2) (3) 310 . Provided that in the case of reservation of appointments or posts and admissions to educational institutions shall be allotted to Sl. 7. No. 'Rule of Reservation' means. relating to Municipal Corporation in the State. and any other body established by the State Government or by a Society registered under any law relating to the registration of Societies for the time being in force and receiving funds from the State Government either fully or partly.

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One percent of seats both in public appointments or posts and admissions to Educational Institutions out of 15% meant for Scheduled Castes shall be reserved for the persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes referred to in clause (d) of Section 3 of Act. Provided that in the case of reservation of appointments or posts and admissions to the educational institutions shall be allotted to Sl. No. 52 of the roster as specified in rule 22 (e) of the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules, 1996

RESERVATION FOR WOMEN : IV. The reservation for Women to an extent of 331/3% provided in public services in each roster cycle of 100 points fixed shall be adjusted by allotting two seats for Scheduled Castes-B and two seats to Scheduled Castes -C and one seat alternately for Scheduled Castes-A and one seat to Schedule Castes-D as specified in Section 3 of the Act.

NON-AVAILABLILITY OF ELIGIBLE CANDIDATE :
v. If eligible candidates for public appointments or posts and admissions to educational institutions are not available to fill the slots reserved for them in the roster points as specified in rule 3, it shall be filled in by the candidates belonging to the next group of the Scheduled Castes as specified in section 3 of the Act.

Note : If an eligible candidate for public appointment or admission to educational institutions is not available from Scheduled Castes-A, the roster point may be filled up by a candidate of Scheduled Castes-B and so on and so forth. In the case of Women candidates also in the roster point fixed for Scheduled Castes-A (Women), if an eligible Women candidate is not available, the roster point may be filled up by a Women candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes-B and so on and so forth. CARRY FORWARD OF VACANCIES: VI. If no eligible Scheduled Caste candidate (including Women candidates) belonging to any of the Scheduled Castes referred to in clauses (a), (b), (c) and (d) Section 3 of the Act, is available, then the vacancy shall be carried forward and shall not be filled up be by a candidate belonging to any other community other than the Scheduled Castes in accordance with the rules or the instructions issued by the Government in this regard. NON-APPLICABILITY OF THE RULES IN PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS ADMISSIONS: VII. (1) In the case of public appointments for the filling up of back long vacancies or regular vacancies to be filled up by Scheduled castes candidates pursuant to various Government instructions issued in this regard from time to time, and where the selection process has been completed and appointment orders have been dispatched or the applicant has been intimated officially that he or she has been selected and should await posting orders, these rules shall not be made applicable. (2) Similarly, in the case of admissions into educational institutions wherever the admissions have been finalized and the applicant has been intimated officially that be or she has been selected for admission these rules shall not be made applicable.

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APPLICABILITY OF THE RULES IN CASES OF VARIOUS STAGES OF THE SELECTION/ADMISSION PROCESS : VIII. (1) Wherever the selection process for filling up of the backlog vacancies or regular vacancies are at various stages, such as (a) the vacancies have been notified; (b) the applications have been received; (c) the call letters have been sent to the applicants to appear for written test or an interview or both; (d) the written tests or interview or both have been completed but the appointment orders have not been dispatched or selection has not been intimated to the applicants, in such cases the appointing authorities shall follow these rules. (2) Similarly, in the case of admissions into Educational Institutions wherever the selection process for admission is at various stages such as (a) vacancies have been notified (b) applications have been received (c) the applicants have been asked to appear for any written test or interview or counselling (d) the written test and interview or counselling have been completed but the admissions have not been intimated to the applicants, in such cases the admissions shall be completed following these rules. POWERS TO REMOVE DOUBTS AND DIFFICULTIES : IX. If any doubt or difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions of this rule, the Government may, by order, make such provisions or give such directions, not in consistent with the provisions of this rule, as may appear to it to be necessary or expedient for the removal of the doubt or difficulty. REMOVAL OF DOUBTS : X. For the removal of doubts, it is hereby declared that nothing contained in this rule shall be construed as inclusion in or exclusion from or further classification of the list of Scheduled Castes with respect to the State of Andhra Pradesh. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH C.R. BISWAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (I/C)

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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT – Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservations) Rules, 2000 issued in G.O.Ms. No. 47, S.W. (CV1) Department, dated 31.05.2000 – Cancellation – Orders – Issued. SOCIAL WELFARE (CV-1) DEPARTMENT G.O.Ms. No. 91 Dated 23-12-2004 Read the following:1. 2. 3. A.P. Scheduled Castes (Rationalization of Reservation) Act 20 of 2000. G.O.Ms. No. 47, S.W. (CV1) Department, Dated : 31.05.2000. Hon’ble Supreme Court Judgment dated 05.11.2004 in Civil Appeal Nos. 6758/2000, 6934/2000, 7344/2000 and 3442/2001, filed by Dr. E.V. Chinnaih & others Vs. State of A.P.

ORDER : The Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalisation of Reservations) Act. 2000 (Act 20 of 2000) has been enacted to provide for Rationalisation of Reservations to Scheduled Castes in the State of Andhra Pradesh. In pursuance of the aforesaid Act, the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalisation of Reservations) Rules, 2000, have been issued in G.O.Ms. No. 47, S.W. (CV1) Department, dated 31.05.2000. 2. The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in their Judgment dated 05.11.2004, in Civil Appeal Nos. 6758/ 2000, 6934/2000, 7344/2000 and 3442/2001 declared the Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes (Rationalisation of Reservations) Act, 2000, as unconstitutional. 3. In the above circumstances, the Government hereby cancel the Rules issued in the G.O.Ms. No. 47, S.W. (CV 1) Department, dated 31.05.2000. 4. Necessary Amendments shall be issued separately to the Orders already issued with regard to reservations in promotions in favour of Scheduled Castes pursuant to the aforesaid Rules.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH DR. MOHAN KANDA CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

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TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO –Implementation of Rule of Reservation in Promotions in favour of scheduled castes and scheduled Tribles –Policy of providing Rule of reservation in promotions in favour of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes –Amendment and modification Orders to comprehensive guidelines –Government Orders –Adopted

T.O.O (Addl.secy Per )Ms.No 274

Date 10.3.2005 Read the following:-

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. ORDER:

G.O.Ms.No 5 Social Welfare (SW ROR-1)Deptt Dated. 14-2-2003 T.O.O (GM (IR) –Per ) Ms.No 320 Dated.17.3.2003 G.O.Ms.No 21 Social Welfare (SW ROR-1)Deptt Dated. 18-3-2003 T.O.O.(GM(IR-Per)Ms No.324, Dated:: 25.3.2005 G.O.Ms.No 2 Social Welfare (SW ROR-1)Deptt Dated. 19-1-2004 T.O.O.(GM(HRD&Trg)-Per) Ms No. 246, Dated : 23.1.2004 G.O.Ms.No 76 Social Welfare (SW ROR-1)Deptt Dated. 19-10-2004 T.O.O.(Addl. Secy-Per) Ms No. 180, Dated : 8.11.2004 G.O.Ms.No 47 Social Welfare (SW ROR-1)Deptt Dated. 31-5-2000 G.O.Ms.No 91Social Welfare (SW ROR-1) Deptt Dated. 23-12-2004 G.O.Ms.No 16Social Welfare (SW ROR-1)Deptt Dated. 17-2-2005 G.O.Ms.No 17Social Welfare (SW ROR-1)Deptt Dated. 17-2-2005 G.O.Ms.No 18Social Welfare (SW ROR-1)Deptt Dated. 17-2-2005 T.O.O (Addl.Secy Per ) MS.No 273 Dated. 10.03.2005 ***

The Orders issued by the Government in G.Os 1st, 3rd, 5th,7th, 9th and 10th cited for implementation of Rule of reservation in promotions in respect of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes in all categories of posts in all service have beeen adopted by aptransco in the refere 2nd, 4th,6th ,8tha nd 14th cited. 2. In the G.Os 11th , 12th and 13th cited, the Government have issued modified Orders to the extent of Reservation in Promotions based on ABCD groups schedule castes and issued certain amendments to G.O.Ms.No. 5 Social Welfare (ROR.I) Department, Dated::. 14-2-2003 and G.O.Ms No.2 Social Welfare (ROR-I) Department,Dated:: 9-1-2004 on respect of policy of providing Rule of Reservation in promotions in favour of scheduled castes/Scheduled Tribes.

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After careful consideration , the Transmission Corpopration of A.P. Limioted hereby directs that the Orders issued in 1) G.O.Ms No. 16,Social Welfare (SwROR dept Dated: 17.2.2005 :2) G.O.Ms.No.17 Social Welfare (SW ROR –I) Deptt. Dated: 17.2.2005 and 3) G.O.Ms.No.18 Social Welfare (SW ROR –I) Deptt Dated: 17-2-2005 (copies enclosed) shall be adopted in the matter of implementation of Rule of Reservation in Promotions in favour of scheduled castes in all categories of posts in all Services in APTransco The amendments hereby made shall come into force with immediate effect. Necessary amendments to the APSEB Service Reguilations as adopted by Transimission Corpora tion of A.P.Limited will be issued separately.

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COPY OF: GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Social Welfare Department –Public Services –Policy of providing Rule of Reservation in promotions in favour of SCs/STs – Modification –Orders –Issued. SOCIAL WELFARE (SW: RORI )DEPARTMENT

G.O.Ms.NO.16

DATE:17.02.2005 Read the following:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. G.O.Ms.No.5,SW(RORI) Dept,Dated: 14-2-2003 G.O.Ms.No.21,SW(RORI) Dept,Dated: 18-3-2003 G.O.Ms.No.123,GA(Ser.D) Dept,Dated: 19-4-2003 G.O.Ms.No.2,SW(RORI) Dept,Dated: 9-1-2004 G.O.Ms.No.76,SW(RORI) Dept,Dated: 19-10-2004 Hon’ble supreme court Judgement Dated: 5-11-2004 in civil Appeal Nos 6758/ 2000,6934/2000,7344/2000 and 3442/2001, filed by Dr.EV Chinnaiah &others Vs State of AP. 7. G.O.Ms.No.91,SW(CV 1) Dept,Dated: 23-12-2004 ***

ORDER: In the G.O. first read above the state Government have Ordered for implementation of Rule of Reservation in promotion to ensure adequate representation of Scheduled castes and Scheduled Tribes, to the extent of 15% and 6% respectively in all categories of posts in all departments, with effect from 14.2.2003.In the G.O. second read above, necessary guidelines have been issued and in the G.O. third read above the Andhra Pradesh state and sub ordinate service Rules have been amended to give effective to the policy of Rule of Reservation in promotions in respect of scheduled castes and scheduled Tribes.In the G.O. Fourth read above, detailed guidelines were issued for implementing the Rule of Resertvation in promotions inter alia prescribing a roster of 100 points earmarking roster points as per categorization of scheduled castes. 2. In view of the Hon’ble supreme courts Judgement Dated: 5-11-2004 Orders have been issued in G.O. Seventh read above cancelling the rules issued in G.O.Ms. No.47 Social Welfare (CVI) Dept Dated: 31-5-2000, in which reservation in public appointments or posts and admissions to educational Institutions to scheduled castes was provided based on A,B,C,D groups. 3. Consequent to the issue of Orders in G.O. Ms.No.91 Social welfare (CVI) Dept, Dated: 23-12-2004 the orders issued in G.O.Ms Nos 5 social welfare (RORI) Dept, Dated: 14-2-2003,G.O.Ms No.21 Social Welfare (RORI) Dept, Dated: 18-3-2003 and G.O.Ms No. 2 Social Welfare (ROR1) Dept, Dated: 9-1-2004 read above are hereby modified to the extent of Reservation in promotions based on A,B,C,D goups scheduled castes.In other words, there shall be no categorization among scheduled castes. 316

The Other conditions /guide lines for implemention of Rule of Reservation in Promotions for scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes shall remain unchanged and be followed accordingly. (BY ORDER: AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) MOHAN KANDA CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 317 . while implementing the Rule of Reservation in promotions for scheduled castes and scheduled Tribes.4.

Ms No.State and sub ordinate services –Rule of Reservation in Promotions in favour of SCs/STs –under Article 16 (4A) of the Constitution of India – Amendment –Orders – Issued.MS. G.16.2005 Read the following:1.O.Dated: 14-2-2003 G. 47.5. 5 SW (ROR!) Dept.91. (BY ORDER: AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) MOHANKANDA CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 318 .O.No.social Welfare (CVI) Dept Dated: 31-5-2000 referred to under read the following shall be deleted. G. SOCIAL WELFARE (SW:ROR 1 DEPARTMENT G.SW(CV1) Dept.Ms No.Dated: 17-2-2005 *** ORDER: The following Amendment is issued to the G.Dated: 23-12-2004 G.17 Dated: : 17.Ms.D) Dept.02.Ms.NO.Ms.GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Social Welfare Department –Public Services. 2.O.SW(RORI) Dept. 3.No. Dated: 14-2-2003 AMENDMENT In the said Order: the words “2.No.O.O.GA(Ser.O.

O.O.e. SOCIAL WELFARE (SW:ROR 1) DEPARTMENT G.Dated: 9-1-2004 G. including the 319 .No.NO.SW(CV1) Dept.18 Dated: 17.O. 3.SW(RORI) Dept.Ms.The candidates so promoted shall be fitted into the same) lroster. 2 SW (RORI) Dept.02.2.SW(RORI) Dept.Ms.91. 2. G.MS.No.No.Ms No. there are 20 posts in a particular category and there are 2 SC candidates in postion.Therefore as on 1st September of a panel year the adequacy of SC representation is short by one candidateThe other candidates shall have to be promoted. Dated: 9-1-2004 AMENDMENT The para 4(d) of the said order the expression "For the purpose of computing the adequacy in respect of scheduled castes (i.The roster point shall start from next point of the candidate figuring in the previous panel prepared and given effect to.O. the application of the rule of reservation in promotions shall be stopped and the promotions shall be effected based on merit cum seniority.16.GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Social Welfare Department –Public Services-Representation of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Categories in the State and sub ordinate services –Policy of providing Rule of Reservation in Promotion in Favour of SCs/STs – Amendment –Orders –issued. For Para 7 of the said Order.O.The existing 100 point roster already prescribed in Rule 22 of Andhra Pradesh State and Sub ordinate service Rules for direct recruitment shall be followed for implementing the Rule of Reservation for promotion for scheduled castes and scheduled Tribes Note” “Once the adequacy is achieved to the required percentage of 15% in respect of scheduled castes and 6% in respect of scheduled Tribes in a category.Dated: 17-2-2005 ORDER: The following Amendment is issued to the G. the following shall be substituted “Roster Points" The reservation in promotions in respect of scheduled castes and scheduled Tribes shall also include the gender based reservation.For example as on 1st september of a panel year.Ms.2005 Read the following:1. without earmarking the reserved roster points If on 1st septemeber of any panel year the representation of scheduled castes /Scheduled Tribes is inadequate the reservation in promotions shall be resumed.Dated: 23-12-2004 G. 15%) ABCD catergorization will not be observed and the adequacy will be with reference to total number of employees irrespective of their ABCD categorization shall be deleted.

(BY ORDER: AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) MOHAN KANDA CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 320 . The Para 11 including note of the said order shall be deleted. Theroster points form 1 to 10 shall have to be filled upo in such manner. The Annexure appended to the said order shall be deleted.The roster point for that panel year shall start from 11 and the next SC roster point is available at 16 and the same shall be filled up with SC candidate.They shall be shown at the continuous roster points The 7th Roster points of SC shall be filled up with the candidate based on merit cum seniority.SC candidates if they are figuring in the general seniority list based on merit cum general seniority. For Para 12 of the said order. the following shall be substituted "In case there are no qualified women candidates available for promotion to fill in the roster points earmarked for SC (women) /ST (Women ) the vacancies shall be filled by SC (Male)/ ST (Male) candidates”. In the next panel year if it is found that there is adequacy of SC representation then the promotions shall be effected based on general seniority and merit If there is inadequancy of representation SC Candiates shall be promoted based on roster.

128/04.95 a) A committee has to be formed to study the various aspects relating to the insurance of the properties and equipment at Transimission Net work system of APTRANSCO and suggest a uniform and rational policy b) Equipment shall be insured for the depreciated value.04 UO No.CTO /111. 30. 18-2-05 *** The Chairman and Managing Director of APTRANSCO has accorded approval on 2.94 &BP MS.11.NO 192 Dated: 10. 321 .ED(Accounts )SAO (L) /AO(L) /885/04 Dated::. 4.No GSG/Hyd/1084/05.12.04 UO No.No. 7.Insurance /D.10. 9.15. The Financial Institutions and Banks have also relaxed their security conditions of the loan by accepting the hypothecation of assets in lieu of Governemt Guarantee The Banks and Financial Institutions are insisting for insurance coverage of fixed assets hypothecated in their favour for availing the loan.1.05 M/S ICICI Lombard LR. 278 Dated: 21. M/s RECS LR.2005 Read the following 1.2005 for insurance coverage of fixed asset as it is a mandatory as per prudent business norms so as to recover the cost of asset/ damage form the Insurance company in the event of theft fire. 4.05 Lr.O. 7.No.O.03. 2.The insurance cost is a legitimate expenditure and honourable Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission will also approve as a pass through the Tariff.Dated::.No.2.12.2.Dated::.92 BP Ms.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED ABSTRACT APTRANSCO –Institution of Committee to examine Insurance Coverage to the fixed asset of APTRANSCO – Orders –Issued.They have also extended to depute their Risk Engineers to inspect a few of substations and give a comprehensive report which will help APTRANSCO in making a decision on insurance coverage of fixed assets. In the reference 4th cited M/s ICICI Lombard General Insurance has offered to undertake a detailed study onb the assets of APTRANSCO and perils before finalizing insurance programme without any charge.No 139 Dated: 4.No 35 Dated: 16.89 BPO Ms. CE/ Transmission /Ms.Dated: 7.05 LR No CE/Transmission /SE(T) /EME -1/O&M/27/05.1.No REC/HD/AP GenI /04-05/989 Dated::.2. 6. 5.No GSG/Hyd/1069/05.04 M/S ICICI Lombard LR.Dated::.123/05 Dated::. Further it was also decided to adopt the following procedure as laid down earlier by erstwhile APSEB in BP Ms.6.Dated::. 3.10.No 1096. T.5.CPT 610 /REC/D No. cyclone earthquake etc. 2. 7. 3.

5.c) Re-grouping of assets to be insured in each quarter are to be brought to a common date preferably 15th of first month of each quarter. 2. CE (Transmission) Member & Converner of the Committee CE Construction Member of the Committee FA &CCA ( A&E) Member of the Committee Director (Project) of AOTRANSCO chairman of the Committee The members of the Committee are authorized to take assistance form their respective sections. the APTRANSCO directs that a committee with the following officers be constituted to examine the insurance coverage of APTRANSCOs fixed assets. 1. 5. 3. (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE APTRANSCO) CHAIRPERSON & MANAGING DIRECTOR 322 . d) Competitive offers may be called for from the insurance companies If competitive offer is received awarding of business ot single company who is the lowest bidder may be considered depending upon its past performance in setting the claims. The Senior Acccounts Officer (Loans) will also assist the committee for finalization of report. After careful consideration of the above matter. 4. The Committee shall submit its report to Chairperson &Managing Director of APTRANSCO Vidyut Soudha Hyderabd within 30 days.

(ADDL. iii. vi. where necessary. 2.O. T.APtransco may be promoted to the next higher cadre duly relaxing the educational qualifications on one time basis in the divisions where qualified candidates are not available. It is clarified that this exemption shall however be not applicable to the divisions.03.2005 The employees unions represented that un-qualified and experienced employees in O&M service. 294 PROCEEDINGS Dated: :31. The remaining vacancies earmarked for qualified candidates shll be filled by unqualified candidates.No.SECY) Ms.O. 323 . The CE/TL &SS of the zone shall freeze the vacancies in each division as on the date of issue of these orders under intimation to corporate office. The unqualified candidates shall be considered for promotion only if they happen to be seniors to the qualified candidates and in no case a qualified candidate shall be superceded by a junior unqualified candidate. After careful consideration approval is here by accorded by APtransco for filling up of the existing vacant posts by promotion of un qualified and experienced employees in O&M service on one time basis subject to the following guidelines: i. An employee who has put in a minimum of 10 years of service as on date of the orders in JLM/ALM cadre shall only be eligible for exemption. vii. where the qualified and un –qualified candidates in JLM/ALM cadre are in the ration of 4:1 The existing ration of 4:1 between qualified and unqualified candidates shall be followed . ii. v. The exemption form possessing educational qualification by the unqualified candidates shall be applicable only in the divisions where the unqualified candidates cannot be promoted to ALM/LM cadres due to absence of qualified candidates or even after all the available qualified candidates are promoted as per OSS rules. iv.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :HYDERABAD ABSTRACT APTRANSCO –O&M ESTABLISHMENT –PROMOTION TO UN-QUALIFIED O&M STAFF TO NEXT HIGHER POST –EXEMPTION FROM EDUCTION QUALIFICATION ON ONE TIME BASIS –GUIDELINES –ISSUED.The unqualified candidates shall be considered for exemption only after earmarking the Vacancies equivalent to the number of qualified candidates available in the division. The exemption is applicable to the vacancies available as on the date of issue of these Orders and not to any vacancies arising subsequently.

xi. RJY. A qualifying test consisting of reading and writing abilities . xii. (BY ORDER: AND IN THE NAME OF APTRANSCO) RACHEL CHATTERJEE CHAIRPERSON &MANAGING DIRECTOR 324 . ix. A committee consisting of CE/TL&SS of the Zone SE/TC (HYD. 3. These orders will come into force with immediate effect.KDP) and SE/TL&SS shall be the DPC and shall be responsible for conducting the qualifyiung test and determining eligibility for exemption The SE/TLC (HYD. job oriented skills shall be held and only thoses who qualify in the test shall be eligible for exempotion.RJY. The employee claimning exemptions for educational qualification shall otherwise be eligible as per OSS rules. x. This exemption shall not apply for promotion form LINE MAN to LINE INSPECTOR cadre.viii. KDP) shall be the appointing authority for the puirpose of promotions effected under this exemption.

354.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA :HYDERABAD -82 ESTT-APTRANSCO –ES –Appointment of Graduate sub Engineers (Elect) to the category of Assistant Engineer – Relaxation of the provision for recruitment –Orders – Issued.P. DS (Reg) DM/ IV/Z(1) / 543/94-1 Dated::. The provisions in Annexure -1 of APSE Board Service Regulations Part –III as amended in the B. Cited provides inter alia that Graduate Sub Engineer with a minimum of 4 years service in the category of Sub Engineer or 4 years service in all the categories of sub engineers sub overseer Assistant supervisor. subject to availoability of vcacanies.2005 Read the following:- 1. B.PANDURANGAM DIRECTOR (PROJECTS CONSTN. 28-3-2005. These Orders are issued with the concurrence of JMD(Fin &Rev) vide Reg No. 2. 4. 2. 12-12-94 *** PROCEEDING Certain Graduate Sub Engineers (Elecl) with 4 years service have been representing for appointment by transfer as Assistant Engineer on one time basis relaxing clause ii(1) of B.Lineman etc. If there are any surplus qualified andeligible Graduate sub engineers available who could not be considered for want of vacancies by the company where they are presently working they are permitted to opt to any other Distribution Company or APTRANSCO where vacancies are available subject to the willingness of both the companies and subject to compliance with the other conditions such as taking the last rank in the opting company and forfeting the lien and seniority in the parent company etc.P. &HRD) 325 . 12-12-1994 2.V. Ms No 354 Dated:: 12. 3.03.No.296 Date: 31.No.P. After careful consideration and in exercise of the powers conferred under Regulation -41 of APSE Board Service Regulations Part -11 the APTRANSCO here by accords permissison to relax the clause (ii) (1) of B.O. (P&G-Per )Ms. Memo No. 1st cited.P.94 to fill up vacancies of Assistant Engineers (Electrical )in four Discoms by all the existing Graduate Sub Engineers with 4 years experience as Assistant Engineers for appointment by transfer on one time basis.O (CGM /HRD&Trg) Ms. T.365 Dated. are entited for appointment to the category of Assistant Engineer to the extent of 10% of the vacant posts in that category at the time of each recruitment. Dated::. J.12.

etc are entitled for appointment to the category of Assistant Engineer to the extent of 10% of the vacant posts in that category at the time of each recruitment.12. After careful consideration and in exercise of the powers conferred under Regulatiuon 41 of APSE Board Service Regulations Part II the APTRANSCO is hereby accords permission to relax the clause (ii) (1) of B. i) To fill up the vacancies of Assistant Engineers (Civil) in APTRANSCO and four Discoms by qualified and eligible Graduate Sub Engineers who have completed 4 years of service as Assistant Engineers (Civil) and the Diploma Sub Engineers (Civil) who have completed 8 years of service for appointment by transfer as AAEs (Civil ) subject to availability of vacancies. 297 Date: 31.No 354 Dated::. 326 . 3.94 *** Certain Sub Engineers (Mechanical ) of APTRANSCO and Discoms have been representing for creation of promotional avenues as there are no sanctioned posts of AE/ AAE (Mechanical) in APTRANSCO and Discoms.12.P. are complied with These Orders are issued with the concurrence of JMD (Finance & Revenue ) vide Regd No 400.12.IV/Z1(1) /543/94-1 Dated::12.O.03. (CGM/HRD &Trg) Ms.DS (Reg) /DM.O. Existing Mechanical Sub Engineers Qualified and eligible also be considered for appointment by transfer as AE/ AAES against the existing vacancies of Assistant Engineers (Civil). APTRANSCO –ES – Appoinment of Graduate Sub Engineers /Diploma Sub –Engineers (Mechanical &Civil) to the category of Assistant Engineert/ Additional Assistant Engineer (Mechanical &Civil) – Relaxation of the provision for recruitment – Orders – Issued. In the Event where the number of candidates available are more than the vacancies available such candidates are permitted to opt to go to any other company Including APTRANSCO Where there are vacancies subject to the willingness of both the companies and subject to the other service conditions like taking the last rank in the opting company and forfeiting the lien and seniority in th parent company etc. Ms.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED VIDYUT SOUDHA HYDERABD-82 Estt.P(P &G –Per) Ms. &HRD) ii) 4.94 on one time basis and Orders as follows.354 Dated::.V. 12-12-1994 Memo No. sub overseer Assistant Super visor Lineman.No . T. The Provisions in Annexure-I of APSE Board Service Regulation Part – III as amended in the BP cited provides inter alia that Graduate Sub Engineers with a minimum of 4 years service in the category of sub engineer or 4 years service in all the catgories of sub engineers . Dated:: 28-3-2005 J.2005 Read the following:- 1. 2.No. 2. PROCEEDINGS:- B.PANDURANGAM DIRECTOR (PROJECTS CONSTN..

2.No 280 Dated::d: 23-03-2005 *** ORDER: Orders were issued vide reference cited.O.Secretary CE/IPC CGM/HRD &Training CE/400 KV CE/Construction CE/Transmission CE/ Planning CE/ Telecom &IT CE/RAC &Reforms CE/Operation CE/RE Grand Total .O.O.of posts diverted ADE/EL AE/ AAE/EL 1 1 2 2 5 4 5 5 7 4 5 1 3 1 11 327 35 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Addl.Secy)Ms.2005 Read the following :Ref T.TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRSDESH LIMITED ABSTRACT Estt-APTRANSCO –Recommendations of the Techincal Committee constituted to review the cadre strength – Allotment of ADE/EL and AE/AAE/EL posts –Orders –Issued. No 319 Date: 29. sanctioning 39 (Thirty nine) new posts of Assistanct Divisional Engineers /Elecl and diverting 11 ADE/EL and 35 AE/AAE/EL from corporate office for deployment in the 220 KV and 132 KV sub stations in the Field based on the recommendations of Tecchnical Committee. (Per –Addl. (Per Addl Secy) MS. In continuation of the said orders.No Name of the office No.3.O. (PERSONNEL SERVICES) T. APTRANSCO further directs that (i) the 11 ADE/EL and 35 AE/ AAE(EL) be diverted form the following offices for utilization in the 220Kv and 132 KV sub stations S.

V.(ii) the posts sanctioned be utilized as follows:- S.No Name of TL & SS Zone ADE/EL Sanction Diversion AE/AAE/EL by Diversion 1 2 3 4 5 Visakhapatnam Vijayawada Kadapa Hyderabad Warangal Total 10 5 0 19 5 39 0 0 0 11 0 11 2 6 0 21 6 35 The details of posts allotted sub station wise are indicated vide annexure. Encl: Annexure J.PANDURANGAM DIRECTOR (HRD &PROJECTS CONST) 328 .

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