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ANDHRA PRADESH

BEVERAGES CORPORATION LIMITED


HYDERABAD

INFORMATION HAND BOOK

A.P. BEVERAGES CORPORATION LTD.,


9 & 10, Proh. & Excise Complex, M.J.Road,
Nampally, HYDERABAD-1.

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ANDHRA PRADESH BEVERAGES CORPORATION


LIMITED
1.0. INTRODUCTION:
The Andhra Pradesh Beverages Corporation Limited
(APBCL) was established in the year 1986 as a fully
owned undertaking of the Government, with the main
objective of supplying hygienic packed arrack to the
licensees

and

is

incorporated

under

Act,1956. The Corporation had set up

Companies

22 field units

for carrying arrack operations at various district


locations with a total

capital outlay of Rs. 32.65

crores, which includes buildings and civil works. The


various fixed assets like Plant and Machinery other
than buildings valued at Rs. 24.70 crores were
transferred to the Corporation in the form of Debt and
Equity in the ratio of 2:1.

The authorised share

capital of the Corporation is Rs.10 Crores and the paid


up share capital as on date is Rs.833.37 lakhs. The
erstwhile Arrack Bottling units are converted into IML
Depots for the wholesale trading activities of IML &
BEER.

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2.0. OPERATIONS:
2.1. ARRACK PACKING OPERATIONS: (from 1-1-87 to
30-9-93)
The

Corporation

commenced

its

commercial

operations on 1-1-1987 and successfully

handled the

arrack packing operations from 1.1.1987 to 30.9.93


i.e. till the imposition of ban on arrack by the
Government.
2.2. WHOLESALE TRADE OF IML & BEER: (from 1-1-94
to 12-1-95)
In

pursuance

of

the

Act

15

of

1993

the

Corporation took over the wholesale trade of IML and


Beer in the State of Andhra Pradesh w.e.f. 1.1.1994
and successfully handled the same till the imposition
of Total Prohibition w.e.f. 13.1.1995. The trading
activities

were

carried

through

erstwhile

arrack

bottling unit by converting into IML Wholesale Depots


except in Krishna District where the business was
conducted through hired godowns. Apart from these
godowns 2nd IML depot was opened in the districts of

Hyderabad,

Ranga

Reddy,

Krishna,

Guntur,

Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, Chittoor and West


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Godavari District(s). based on the high turnover


and business was conducted through hired godown
premises. In all there were 31 IML depots in the State
of Andhra Pradesh.
2.3. RECOMMENCEMENT OF WHOLESALE TRADE IN
IML & BEER:
Consequent to the partial lifting of

Prohibition

through Act No.5 of 1997 the Corporation was again


entrusted with the conduct of the wholesale trade in
IML and Beer. The Corporation recommenced its
wholesale trading operations w.e.f. 8.5.1997.

The details of sales of IML and Beer year wise are


given in Annexure-I.
2.4 CORPORATE OFFICE - NUMBER OF IML DEPOTS

The Corporate Office is operating from premises


of 4th floor PROHIBITION & EXCISE COMPLEX,9 &
10, Eastern, M.J. Road. ,Nampally, Hyderabad-1.
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There are 33 IML depots spread over in 23


districts, 3 depots in East Godavari, 2 depots each in
Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Krishna, Guntur, Chittoor,
Visakhapatnam,

Adilabad

and

West

Godavari

District(s) and one depot each in remaining 14


districts of A.P. The transactions are being conducted
through hired godowns at 13 IML depots and through
own premises at remaining 20 IML depots. The list of
IML depots is enclosed at Annexure II.
3.0. PLACING OF PURCHASE ORDERS:
The Corporation generally places the purchase orders
basing on the sales performance of the brand during
the

preceding

month

by

adopting

the

following

formula.

1.5 times sales of the previous month

(closing balance + pending orders )


In respect of the new brands the Corporation places
initial trial order

@ 5 loads in case of IML and 10

loads in respect of beer and subsequent orders will


be placed based

on the

sales performance.

The

Corporation takes into account the requests of the


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suppliers for placing additional purchase orders


over and above the eligibility on individual merits by
considering the seasonal factors, spurt in

demand

etc.

4.0 PROCUREMENT POLICY (2005-06) :


4.1 Categorisation:
From the year 2005-06 IML is classified into
three (3) categories namely Ordinary, Medium
and Premium and Beer as Lager, Strong and
Super Strong, as detailed below:
Category
Ordinary
Medium
Premium

IML

Beer

Basic rate /case


Upto Rs. 400/Rs.401 to 700/-

Category Alcoholic Str.


Lager
Upto5% v/v
Strong Above 5% and

Above Rs. 700/-

upto 7.5% v/v


Above 7.5% v/v

Super
Strong

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4.2 State Levies :


Category
Ordinary

Excise duty SalesTax APBCL MRP


Margin @
Rs. 45/PL
70%
9% 27%

Medium

Rs. 70/PL

70%

17%

20%

Premium

Rs. 80/PL

90% (*)

27%

20%

Lager

Rs. 5/- BL

9%

25%

Strong

Rs. 7/-BL

70%

12%

25%

Super Strong Rs. 7/BL 70%

15%

25%

70%

(*) Reduced to 70% w.e.f. 24-6-2005


4.3

Tenders on All India Basis :


The Corporation invited price offers for supply of
all categories of Indian Made liquor/wine and
Beer from the Distilleries/Breweries and Vintners
located within the country on rate contract basis
for arranging supply to the retail licencees in the
entire State of Andhra Pradesh.

4.4 Fixation of Supply price :


The Govt. constituted a Tender Committee with
the following members, to scrutinise the offers of
2005-06, negotiate with the offerers and finalise

the prices and inform APBCL for procurement


during the year 2005-06.
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Chairman : Shri P.Ramakrishna Raju, Retd.


High Court Judge.
Member :SriK.NarasimhaMurthy,Chartered
Accountant and Management
Consultant.
Member

: Sri P.Bhaskara Prasad, IAS.,


(Retired)

The Committee after negotiations with the


suppliers fixed prices of liquor and beer. There is no
increase in the prices of liquor brands which are
supplied in 2004-05. However the price of Beer in
Lager segment, an increase by 5% + Rs. 6/- per case
and in Strong segment by 6% + Rs. 6/- per case over
2004-05, on the basis of which the Corporation
started procuring the stocks.
4.5 MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE (MRP)
The Government has taken a policy decision and issued orders
to fix the Maximum Retail Price (MRP) in the place of
recommended maximum retail price (RMRP) for all approved
brands of IML and Beer, with effect from 20-10-2004.

4.6.

The list of Approved Brands for 2006-07

alongwith Issue price and MRP is given in Annexure-I


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5.0. PERFORMANCE:
The Corporation since inception had been
functioning on sound commercial lines by observing
strict financial discipline. Except in the first financial
year 1986-87 when the Corporation had incurred a
loss due to writing off of certain Bottling line
machinery valued at Rs.247.50 lakhs ( due to growing
popularity of sacheted arrack, the Government had
consciously ordered for discontinuation of the supply
of bottled arrack knowing fully well that assets
procured for bottling of arrack would become
infructuous and to supply sacheted arrack as per
demand to safeguard the Government revenues), the
Corporation earned profits in all the subsequent
years. The Corporation did not make any cash loss.
5.1 The main source of income to the Corporation
during period of arrack packing was by way of
packing charges payable by the Govt. to the
Corporation. The main objective of the Corporation is
to perform a service function to the Government at
optimum cost. The Corporation as a matter of

principle claimed the packing charges from the


Government on actual cost basis. The Corporation
approached the Government
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during the year 1987-88 for reducing the packing


charges from the original rate of Rs.1-60 ps. per litre
fixed by the Government, to Rs.1-46 ps. per litre, so
as to reduce the financial burden of the Government.
The Corporation continued the same rate of packing
charges till 30.9.93 i.e. for a period of 6 years.
5.2

The Corporation is ploughing back the entire

surplus earned on the IML wholesale trade to the


Government by way of Privilege fee. The details of
amounts paid towards Privilege fees to Govt. year
wise are as follows:
Year
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99

Amount
(Rs. in crores)
10.00
42.50
16.22
2.84
100.43
134.00
1999-00

222.92
2000-01

213.05

2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
(Upto Mar07)

222.03
246.99
246.50
286.45
408.53
604.18

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5.3

Sales Tax:
The Corporation has remitted the following
amounts as Sales Tax to the Govt.

5.4
Spl.Privilege Fee

FINANCIAL
YEAR

SALES TAX PAID


Rs. In Crores

1993-1994

12.02

1994-1995

79.25

1995-1996

4.69

1996-1997

1.95

1997-1998

437.93

1998-1999

906.53

1999-2000

1064.65

2000-2001

1137.66

2001-2002

1296.33

2002-2003

1375.81

2003-2004

1410.84

2004-2005

1741.42

2005-2006
2006-07
(Upto Mar
07)

1983.80
2516.40

for

Sports Promotion:
2000-2001

Rs.12.84 Cr.

2001-2002

Rs.28.79 Cr.

2002-2003

Rs.25.00 Cr.

2003-2004

Rs.25.00 Cr.

2004-2005

Rs.25.50 Cr.

2005-2006

Rs.25.00 Cr.

2006-2007(Upto.Mar07)

Rs.25.00 Cr.

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5.5 Spl. Previlege Fee :


2001-2002

Rs.241.56 Cr.

2002-2003

Rs.293.89 Cr

2003-2004

Rs.304.02 Cr

2004-2005

Rs.356.78 Cr.

2005-2006

Rs.432.61 Cr.

2006-2007

Rs.487.99 Cr.

(upto Mar07)

6.0 MANPOWER:
At present there are 916 employees including
deputationists, Allwyn employees, Daily Wage
employees and unskilled workers on the rolls of the
Corporation with a total wage bill of Rs.60 Lakhs p.m.

7.0

STATUS ON FINALISATION OF ACCOUNTS

The

Corporation

has

finalised

the

Annual

Accounts for the years 1986-87 to 2004-05. Audit


is completed for the year 2005-06 and the same is to
be placed before the Board.

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7.1 PARAS IN THE REPORT OF C & AG OF INDIA


1) Upto 1999-2000 the paras were discussed by
Committee on Public Undertakings.
2) For the years 2000-2001 to 2002-2003, no
paras were reported. For the year 2003-04, 2 paras
were reported and explanatory note was submitted.
For the year 2004-05, no paras were reported.

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LIST OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NAME
Sri S.V.Prasad, IAS.,

DESIGNATION
Principal Secretary to Govt., Revenue
Dept.,/Chairman, APBCL
Sri G.Sudhir, IAS.,
Principal Secretary to Govt.,
(by name)
Agriculture & Co-operation (C&M)
Dept.,
Sri Heeralal Samariya, IAS., Commissioner of Prohibition &
Excise.
Sri K.V.Rajendranath Reddy, Director of Prohibition & Excise
IPS.,
(Enforcement)
Sri G.Parthasarathy
Dy. Secretary to Govt., Finance Dept.,

Smt. K.Chaya Lakshman

Dy.Secretary to Govt., Revenue Dept.,

Sri R.Karikal Valaven, IAS.,

Commissioner of Distilleries and


Breweries & Managing Director,
APBCL.

Chapter 2
Organisation, Functions and Duties
[Section 4(1)(b)(i)]

2.1

Particulars of the organization, functions and duties:-

Sl.No.
1

Name of the
Organisation
ANDHRAPRADESH
BEVERAGES
CORPORATION
LTD.,(A STATE
GOVT.
UNDERTAKING)

Address

Functions

9&10,
EASTERN, 4TH
FLOOR,
PROH.&EXCISE
COMPLEX,
M.J.ROAD,
NAMPALLY,
HYDERABAD500 001

The main function


of the Corporation is
conduct of
wholesale trade in
IMFL & Beer
exclusively, on
behalf of the Govt.
The stocks are
procured from
Distilleries &
Breweries and sold
to Retail Licence
holders.

Duties

Chapter 3
Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees
[Section 4(1)(b)(ii)]
3.1 Please provide details of the powers and duties of officers and employees of the
authority by designation as follows:

Sl.
Name of the
No. officer/employee
1
Sri. R.Karikal
Valaven,I.A.S

Designation

Powers

The Depot
Managers are
responsible for
smooth
conduct of
IMFL trade in
their Depots.
They are the
head of Depots
and responsible
for all stocks,
administration,
financial and
personnel
matters etc.

They
exercise
administrative and
financial
powers as
delegated to
them.

MANAGING DIRECTOR
Statutory:
Exercises
all
Administrative:
powers
as
Financial: Chief
Executive
Other:

Sri.
S.Vysampayan

GENERAL MANAGER
Statutory:
Assists
Administrative:
the
M.D.
Financial:
in all
aspects
Other:

Depot Managers
(List Enclosed at
Annexure-II)

Statutory:

Administrative:
Financial:
Other:
4

Duties allotted

Statutory:
Administrative:

Financial:
Other:

Chapter 4
Procedure Followed in Decision- making Process
[Section 4(1)(b)(iii)]
4.1 Describe the procedure followed in decision-making by the public
authority.
Activity

Description

The State
Goal-setting & planning Government
and Board of
Directors
Budgeting
lay down the
policies
Formulation of
pertaining to the
programmes, schemes
Wholesale
and projects
trading activity,
Budget,
Recruitment/hiring of
Recruitment,
personnel
Funds,
Implementation,
Release of funds
Monitoring etc.
Implementation/delivery
of service/utilization of
funds
Monitoring &
evaluation
Gathering feedback
from public
Undertaking
improvements

Decisionmaking
Process
The
Managing
Director
implements
the policies
approved by
the Govt. and
the Board.

Designation of
final decisionmaking
authority
MANAGING
DIRECTOR

4.2 Prepare Flow charts to show channels of supervision and accountability.


You may also provide additional flow charts to indicate how each function is
discharged or service is delivered by the authority from the stage of
planning/application for getting service to reaching the target
group/delivering the service to the beneficiary.
You may provide flow charts as to how each function is discharged or
service is delivered by the authority from the stage of planning/application
for getting service to reaching the target group/delivering the service to the
beneficiary.
4.3 Describe the mechanisms in place regarding participation of the public in
decision-making in respect of the functions discharged/services delivered to
citizens.
MANAGING
M.D.
DIRECTOR

GENERAL MANAGER

DEPOT MANAGERS

Chapter 5
Norms set for the Discharge of Functions
[Section 4(1)(b)(iv)]
5.1 Please provide the details of the norms/standards set by the public authority for the
discharge of its functions/delivery of services.

Sl. Function/service
No.

Norms/standards of
performance set

Time frame

The main function of the Corporation is conducting


wholesale trade of IMFL and Beer. The Corporation
procures stocks of IMFL and Beer from the manufacturers
through open tenders. The stocks procured are stored at IML
Depots and sold to Retail Licencees.
The Retail Licencee is serviced in the following manner.
*In the first instance the Retail Licencee will go through the
stock statement displayed in the notice board at the Depot,
and prepares his indent for stock.
*The indent is fed into the computer and he is informed
about the stocks available at that particular time.
*After collecting the payment through D.D an Invoice-cum-Delivery
Challan is prepared.

*Then the indented stocks are kept in a lot for verification


of condition and correctness of the stock.
*Then the stocks are issued.
The above procedure will take on an average, 30 minutes
depending upon the rush, for issue of stocks.

Reference
document
prescribing
the norms
(Citizens
Charter,
Service
Charter etc)

Chapter 6
Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records, for
Discharging Functions
[Section 4(1)(b)(v)&(vi)]
6.1 Please provide list and gist of rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records,
held by the public authority or under its control or used by its employees for discharging
functions in the following format.

Sl.No.

Description

Gist of contents

Price of the
publication if priced
Rules & Regulations : The Corporation functions as per the following
Acts, Rules, Manuals etc.
1
A.P. (Wholesale Trade in IMFL & Beer) Act
2
APBCL Conduct, Discipline & Appeal Rules.
Instructions
1
Circular instructions are issued from time to time on
maintaining of stocks, issues, accounting procedures, prices
2
etc.
Manuals

APBCL Depot Operations Manual

Records
1
2
Stock records at
Depot
Publications
1
2

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Chapter 7
Categories of Documents held by the Public Authority
under its Control
[Section 4(1)(b)v(i)]
7.1 Provide information about the official documents held by the public authority or under
its control.
Sl.No.
1

Category of
document

Title of the
document

Designation and address of the custodian (held


by/under the control of whom)
Andhra Pradesh Beverages Corporation Ltd., 9&10,
Eastern, 4th Floor, Proh.&Excise Complex,
M.J.Road, NAMPALLY, HYDERABAD-500 001,

Depot Managers at IML Depots. (List enclosed at


Annexure-II)

Chapter 8
Arrangements for Consultation with, or Representation by,
the Members of the Public in relation to the Formulation of
Policy or Implementation thereof
[Section 4(1)(b)viii]
8.1 Describe arrangements by the public authority to seek consultation/participation of
public or its representatives for formulation and implementation of policies.

S.No.

Function/service

Arrangements for
consultation of public in
relations with policy
formulation

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Arrangements for
consultation with or
representation of
public in relations
with policy
implementation

Chapter 9
Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies
constituted as part of Public Authority
[Section 4(1)(b)v(iii)]
9.1 Please provide information on boards, councils, committees and other bodies related
to the public authority in the following format.

The Board of Directors of the Corporation is constituted by the Govt. from


time to time.
Name
of Composition
Board,
Council,
Committee,
etc.
Board of 1.Sri. S.V.Prasad, I.A.S.,
Directors Principal Secretary to Govt.,
Revenue Dept.,/Chairman,
APBCL
2.Sri G.Sudhir, I.A.S., Principal
Secretary to Govt., Agriculture
& Co-operation (C&M) Dept.,
3.Sri.Heeralal Samariya, I.A.S.,
Commissioner of Prohibition &
Excise.
4.Sri.K.V.Rajendranath Reddy,
I.P.S., Director of Prohibition &
Excise (Enforcement)
5.Sri G.Parthasarathy,
Dy..Secretary to Govt., Finance
Dept.,
6.Smt. K.Chaya Lakshman, Dy.
Secretary to Govt., Revenue
Dept.,
7.Sri. R.Karikal Valaven,
I.A.S., Commr. of Distilleries
and Breweries & Managing
Director, APBCL.

Powers &
Functions

All the
powers
with regard
to the
policy
matters are
vested in
the Board.

Whether its Meetings


open to Public/
Minutes of its
Meetings accessible
for Public
Board meetings are
not open to public

9.2 If minutes of meetings are accessible to the public, describe the


procedure as to how to access the minutes, contact point, hours of access, fee
structure/cost of access and officer to be contacted.
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Chapter 10
Directory of Officers and Employees
[Section 4(1)(b)(ix)]
10.1 Please provide information on officers and employees working in different units or
officers at different levels and their contact addresses in the following format (including
officers in charge of grievances redressal, vigilance, audit, etc)

S.No

Name of
office/
administrative
unit

Name, Designation &


Address of
Officer/Employee

Telephone & Fax Email


Office Tel:
Residence Tel:
Fax:

Sri. R.Karikal Valaven ,


M.D., APBCL, 9&10,
Eastern, 4th floor,
Proh.&Excise Complex,
M.J.Road, Nampally,
Hyderabad-500 001.

24746401
24746403(F)

Sri. S.Vysampayan,
G.M. (Excise)

24746402
24746403(F)

Corporate Office

Sri. K.UmamaheswaraRao,
I/c.G.M. (Ops)
24747306
Sri. T.S.Prasad,
24747307
Deputy Manager (Fin)
24746403(F)
Sri. M.SantoshReddy,
Deputy Manager (M.M)
Sri. A.Anjaneya Prasad,
Deputy Manager (Ops)

4
5
6
7

IML Depots

Depot Managers.

(List enclosed at Annexure-II.)

Chapter 11

apbcl@ap.
gov.in

Monthly Remuneration received by Officers and


Employees, including the System of Compensation as
provided in Regulations
[Section 4(1)(b)(x)]
11.1 Provide information on remuneration and compensation structure for officers and
employees in the following format:

S.No. Designation

Monthly Remuneration
including its
composition
(Rs.)

General Manager

34,393.00

Deputy Manager

26,997.00

Asst. Manager

26,997.00

P.S. to M.D.

22,788.00

Supervisor

15,633.00

Senior Assistant

18,144.00

Senior Accountant 15,237.00

Data Processing
Asst.

11,715.00

Accountant

15,683.00

10

Asst.-cum-Typist/
DEO/Steno-cumTypist

12,104.00

11

Driver

11,515.00

12
13
14.
15.

Attender
Depot Manager
Stores Asst.
Stores Operator

9,363.00
26,900.00
15,683.00
13,800.00

System of
compensation to
determine
Remuneration as given
in regulation
The monthly
remuneration is paid to
officers and staff as
per the Revised Pay
Scales - 2005.

Chapter 12
Budget Allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc.
[Section 4(1)(b)xi]
12.1 Provide information about the details of the plans, programmes and schemes
undertaken by the public authority for each agency.

Agency

Plan/Programme/Sc Proposed
heme/Project/Activ expenditure
ity/Purpose for
which budget is
allocated

Expected
Outcomes

Report on
disbursements
made or where
such details are
available
(website,
reports, notice
board etc.)

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12.2 Provide information on the budget allocated for different activities


under different programmes/schemes/projects etc. in the given format
Agency Programme/Scheme/Project/Activit
y Purpose for which budget is
allocated

----------N.A----------

Amount
released
last
year

Amount
spent
last
year

Budget
allocated
current
year

Budget
released
current
year

Chapter 13
Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes
[Section 4(1)(b)xii]
13.1 Describe the activities/programmes/schemes being implemented by the public
authority which subsidy is provided.

13.2 Provide information on the nature of subsidy, eligibility criteria for


accessing subsidy and designation of officer competent to grant subsidy
under various programmes/schemes.
Name of
Nature/scale of
programme/activity subsidy

Eligibility
criteria for grant
of subsidy

Designation of
officer to grant
subsidy

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13.3 Describe the manner of execution of the subsidy programmes.


Name of
Application
programme/activity Procedure

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Sanction
Procedure

Disbursement
procedure

Chapter 14
Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or
Authorization Granted by the Public Authority
[Section 4(1)(b)xiii]
14.1 Provide the names and addresses of recipients of benefits under each
programme/scheme separately in the following format.

Institutional Beneficiaries
Name of programme/scheme:
Sl.No Name & address of Nature/quantum Date of
recipient institutions of benefit
grant
granted

Name &
Designation
of grant
authority

----------N.A---Name of programme/scheme:
Sl.No

Name &
address of
recipient
institutions

Nature/quantum Date of
of benefit
grant
granted

Name &
Designation
of grant
authority

----------N.A---Individual Beneficiaries
Sl.No

Name &
address of
recipient
institutions

Nature/quantum Date of
of benefit
grant
granted

Name &
Designation
of grant
authority

----------N.A---Name of programme/scheme:
Sl.No

Name &
address of
recipient
institutions

Nature/quantum Date of
of benefit
grant
granted
----------N.A----

Name &
Designation
of grant
authority

Chapter 15
Information Available in Electronic Form
[Section 4(1)(b)x(iv)]
15.1 Please provide the details of information related to the various schemes of the
department which are available in electronic formats. (Floppy, CD, VCD, Website
Internet, etc.)
The information relating to the Corporation is available at aponline.gov.in website.
Electronic format

Description (site
address/location
where available
etc.)

Contents or title

Designation and
address of the
custodian of
information (held by
whom?)

15.2 Describe particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information


including the working hours of a library or information center or reading room maintained
for public use where information relating to the department or records/documents are
made available to the public.

Chapter 16
Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens for Obtaining
Information [Section 4(1)(b)xv]
16.1 Describe the particulars of information dissemination mechanisms in place/facilities
available to the public for accessing of information:

Facility

Description (Location
of Facility/name etc.)

Details of information
made available

Notice Board

Corporate Office,
Hyderabad/IML Depots
in districts

Statutory Notices, List


of Holidays, Notices,
Tender Notices etc.,

Public Announcements

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Information Counter

C.O./Depots

Publications

Website

Office Library

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News Paper Reports

Websites
Other Facilities (name)

Information Hand Book

Chapter 17
Names, Designations and other Particulars of Public
Information Officers
[Section 4(1)(b)xvi]
17.1 Please provide contact information about the Public Information Officers and
Assistant Public Information Officers designated for various offices/administrative units
and Appellate Authority/Officer(s) for the public authority in the following format.
Public Information Officer(s)

S.No.

Name of office/
administrative unit

1 APBCL, Corporate office.

Name & designation of PIO

Office
Tel:Residence
Tel:Fax:

email

Sri K.Umamaheshwara Rao,


Dy.Manager(P&A)

24747306
2474 6403 (Fax)

apbcl@ap.gov.in

2 Depot Manager
A.V.NARASIMHA RAO
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Hyderabad - I
H.No.12-165, Peerzadiguda Village,
Ghatkesar M.,
Ranga Reddy-Dist.
Ph.No.27206176

99493-51027

3 Depot Manager
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Hyderabad - II
1-141,Survey No.96-D,
Hakimpet Post,Kompally,
Secunderabad- 14
Ph.No 958418-232277

CHANDRASEKHAR NAIDU

99493-51028

4 Depot Manager
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Ranga Reddy - I
Near Panama Godowns,
Vanasthalipuram,
Ranga Reddy Dist-500 661
Phone No 24021123

SURESH L.OHATKAR

99493-51029

5 Depot Manager
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Nagapoor Village,
Utnoor Mandal,
Adilabad - 504311.
Phone No 95731-278648

J.SUDHA RATNAKAR

99493-51030

6 Depot Manager
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Madhapoor Village,
Makloor Mandal,
Nizamabad - 503 213.
Phone No958462-280037

M.SRINIVASA RAO

99493-51031

7 Depot Manager
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Kolcharam Mandal,
Chinnaghanpur village
Medak - 502 381.
Ph.No.958452-227349

JAGAN MOHAN RAO

99493-51032

8 Depot Manager
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Keshavaraj Palli,
Nalgonda - 508 001.
Phone No 958682-244715

P.R.V.SRISHA

99493-51034

9 Depot Manager
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Thimmajipet Village,
Mahaboobnagar - 509 406.
Phone No 958542-229834

SURESH L.OHATKAR

99493-51035

Assistant Public Information Officers (APIOs)

S.No.

Name of office/
administrative unit
1 APBCL, Corporate office.

Name & designation of APIO

Office
Tel:Residence
Tel:Fax:

email

Sri M.Santosh Reddy,


Dy.Manager(MM)

24747306
2474 6403 (Fax)

apbcl@ap.gov.in

2 Supervisor
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Hyderabad - I
H.No.12-165, Peerzadiguda
Village,
Ghatkesar M.,
Ranga Reddy-Dist.
Ph.No.27206176

K.Tirupathi Reddy

3 Supervisor
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Hyderabad - II
1-141,Survey No.96-D,
Hakimpet Post,Kompally,
Secunderabad- 14
Ph.No 958418-232277

Ch.Satyam

4 Supervisor
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Ranga Reddy - I
Near Panama Godowns,
Vanasthalipuram,
Ranga Reddy Dist-500 661
Phone No 24021123

M.Sharan Kumar

5 Supervisor
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Nagapoor Village,
Utnoor Mandal,
Adilabad - 504311.
Phone No 95731-278648

K.V.Suryanarayana

6 Supervisor
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Madhapoor Village,
Makloor Mandal,
Nizamabad - 503 213.
Phone No958462-280037

G.Sampath Reddy

Supervisor
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Kolcharam Mandal,
Chinnaghanpur village
Medak - 502 381.
Ph.No.958452-227349

Shaik. Munner

8 Supervisor
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Keshavaraj Palli,
Nalgonda - 508 001.
Phone No 958682-244715

A.Vasudeva Raju

9 Supervisor
IML Depot, A.P.B.C.L.
Thimmajipet Village,
Mahaboobnagar - 509 406.
Phone No 958542-229834

G.S.Madhu

10 Supervisor

M.Sreenivasulu Reddy

Chapter 18
Other Useful Information
[Section 4(1)(b)xvii]
18.1 Please give below any other information or details of publications which are of
relevance or of use to the Citizens.

1.
2.
3.
4.
18.2 You may mention here information of your department which is
excluded under section 8(1) of the Act and/or under Rules of the State
Government as guidance to the public seeking information from your
department.

Place: Hyderabad.
Date:31-7-2006.

Name and Designation : Sri S.Vysampayan


of the Officer:
General Manager,
Department :
A.P.Beverages
Corporation Ltd.,

(Note): Information provided in these chapters should be updated from time


to time and revised date should be mentioned.

Appellate Authority
S.No. Name, Designation &
Address of Appellate
Officer
1.

Jurisdiction of
Appellate Officer
(offices/administrative
units of the authority)
Sri
Corporate Office and
S.Vysampayan,General the IML Depots
Manager (Excise)
9&10, EASTERN, 4TH
FLOOR,
PROH.&EXCISE
COMPLEX,
M.J.ROAD,
NAMPALLY,
HYDERABAD500 001.

Office Tel: Email


Residence
Tel:
Fax:
2474 6402 apbcl@ap.gov.in
2474 6403
(Fax)

Submitted.
Sub: APBCL Implementation of RTI Act, 2005 Reg.
&&&

Submitted that as per the instructions of the Govt. in Revenue


Dept., the Corporation has complied with the provisions of the Right to
Information Act, 2005 (RTI Act), with regard to the following.
Section 5(1) :

Appointing of Public Information Officers (PIOs)


Sri K.Umamaheshwar Rao, D.M.(P&A)/GM(Ops) I/c
has been appointed as P.I.O. at the Corporate
Office .
The Depot Managers of IML Depots have
been appointed as PIOs at the Depot level.

Section 5 (2) :

Appointing of Asst. Public Information Officers(APIOs.


Sri M.Santosh Reddy, DM(MM) has been appointed
as Asst. Public Information Officer (APIO) at the
Corporate Office.
One of the Supervisors at the IML Depots is
appointed as Asst P.I.O. at the Depot level.

Section 19(1)

Sri S.Vysampayan, Gen. Manager (Excise) has been


appointed as the Appellate Authority.

A statement showing the names of PIOs, APIO and Appellate Authority is


placed below. Further in the districts where there are more than one IML
Depot, one of the DMs has been designated as NODAL OFFICER for
proper coordination.
Further the Corporation, as per Section 2 of the Act, has
prepared an APBCL INFORMATION HANDBOOK and also the
information with regard to 17 items listed U/s 4(1)(b) of the Act and placed
the same in the A.P.GOVT. Portal Website for information of the public.
The information in the website is being updated from time to time.

Recently the Govt. in Revenue Dept. requested for furnishing the


Quarterly report on the implementation of the RTI Act, for the quarter
ending 31-3-07 and the same was furnished to the Govt. on 19-4-07.

Submitted for kind perusal.

DM(MM)

DM(P&A)/GM(Ops) I/c

GM(EX)

M.D.