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RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT 2005
I Organisation Name

: District Public Relations Officer,
Information and Public Relations Dept.,
ANANTAPUR, Anantapur district, A.P.

II Head of the Department

: Commissioner,
I&PR.Department, II Floor, Samachar Bhavan,
A.C.Guards, Hyderabad-500 028.

III Contact details
a) Address
b) Telephone Nos.

: Dist. Public Relations Officer, I&PR.Dept.,
D.No. 12/747, Sai Nagar,
Anantapur – 515001.
: (Off) 08554- 274469.
Mobile – 9949351629.

4 (1) (b)(i) – Particulars of Organisation, functions and duties :
Organisation :
OBJECTIVES:
The Department of Information and Pubic Relations functions to achieve its
objectives and goals through dissemination and transmission of information,
publicity and public relations. The Department operates its multi/media systems
for effective publicity and performs a signal service in acting as a bridge between
the people and the Government and creates awareness among all sections of the
people on Government policies, plans and programmes intended for welfare and
development.
The Department of Information and Public Relations, makes known to the
public at large the multifarious activities of the Government and also keep the
Government informed of the reactions of the people to the various policies of the
Government. That is why the Department of Information and Public Relations, is
said to be the eyes and ears and mouthpiece of the Government. This function is
increasingly becoming important in view of the fact that in a democratic country
such as ours, it is the people that matter. An enlightened public opinion is
therefore, to be ensured for the proper functioning of democracy. The Department
of Information and Public Relations tries to fulfil this task.

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Dissemination of Information :
The main objective of the department is basically two fold viz., informing
the public about the policies and programmes of the Government on one hand and
on the other keeping the Government informed of the peoples’ reaction to its
policies and programmes. Communication is a most vital process of socioeconomic development. The Department adopts different modes for dissemination
of information and publicity activities.
There are two important functions of the Public Relations Department, viz.,
1) To disseminate information to the public about various policies, programmes
and activities of the Government. 2) To assess the public opinion and reaction to
the policies of the Government and to keep the Government well informed of it.
Among other things, the Government have created the posts of Regional Deputy
Directors at zonal level, Assistat Director, State Information Centre at major
publication centers, District Public Relations Officers at District level and
Divisional Public Relations Officers at grass root level as a measure to create
awareness among the public in rural and urban areas. The following are the
functions of the District Public Relations Officers for creating awareness among
the people towards a better life. The Public Relations Officer has to utilise various
media of mass communication and traditional media to achieve the desired goal.
The District Public Relations office, Anantapur has three Divisional Public
Relations Offices in its jurisdiction namely Anantapur, Dharmavaram and
Penukonda.
FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES :
Issue of Press Releases to the Print & Electronic Media.
Conduct of Press tours in cooperation with other departments.
Arranging Press coverage, Press conferences with district officers and VIPs.
Organising Photo exhibitions, film shows and Song & Drama programmes.
Issuing Success stories and Feature Articles to the Print & Electronic Media.
Collection of Feed Back reports on governmental developmental
programmes.
 Distribution of publicity material on government developmental activities
and welfare programmes to the public.





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 Organizing intensive publicity campaigns on Rajiv Nagara Bata, Rajiv Palle
Bata, Rajiv Gruhkalpa, Indira Prabha, Indira Kranthi, Food For Work and
AIDS etc., in rural and Urban areas.
 Making liaison with NGOs, Voluntary Organizations, Public Sector under
takings to organize seminars, Work shops, Conferences etc.,
 Subscription, distribution and providing Feature Articles to A.P. Journal.
 Organizing conferences and work shops on the issues suggested by the
government with intellectuals, peoples representatives etc.,
 Organizing District and Divisional Information Centers attractively with
information boards, photos, maps etc.,
 Maintaining Press Clippings, reports and other related information of the
district.
 Issue of Press accreditation to the Journalists.
4.(1)(b) – The power and duties of its Officers and employees :
1) DISTRICT PUBLIC RELTIONS OFFICER :
 The Dist.Public Relations Officer should establish and maintain an
Information Centre at the District Level subscribing to all important
newspapers and magazines and also display and exhibit charts and
photographs on the developmental activities and places of interest in his area
the Divisions, District and the State. He will display important
developmental activities of the District and the State.
 The Dist. Public Relations Officer should have close liaison with all the
departmental officials, Panchyat Raj Institutions, Revenue Divisional
Officers, Legislators, Mandal Parishad Presidents and Other non-official
members and voluntary organizations in the District.
 Cover V.I.P. visits, Mandal parishad meetings and collect feedback material.
He will collect stories of human interest and success stories in the field of
rural development.
 Arrange adequate press coverage and liaise with pressmen in his area. He
will attend to prompt issue of press releases, feature articles to the
newspapers, All India Radio and other media and maintain cordial relations
with the local press correspondents.
 Maintain a record of Press Releases issued and press clippings from all
Newspapers.
 Arrange press meets as and when necessary with the visiting V.I.Ps on
developmental activities for wide publicity.

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 Organize press tours in his area to important projects with the cooperation
and assistance of the Developmental Institutions, Departments and
Panchayat Raj Institutions.
 Utilize the media of Song and Drama for disseminating information about
the programmes and policies of the Government, he should organize
Burrakathas, Bhajans, Folk Dances, Drama etc., He should maintain close
liaison with the Cultural organisations in his area and utilize their talent.
 Organise Exhibitions on important festivals and other occasions such as
Fairs, Jatras, Melas etc., and also at the time of the film shows.
 Arrange group discussions, Public meetings, Kavi sammelans etc., and
provide writers and speakers with regular talking points on plan programmes
and other topics of public interest.
 Organise festivals of National and State importance and public celebrations
at the District and Divisional Head quarters.
 Arrange distribution of Government Publications to educational institutions,
libraries, important officials and non-officials and keep record about
distribution of material with acknowledgements. He may also bring up
small pamphlets and booklets highlighting Mandal Parishads and best Gram
Panchayats etc., with the assistance and cooperation of the concerned
institutions.
 Compile a handbook of information of his District.
 Attend to the work of the following departments/corporations.
1.
Film Development Corporation.
2.
Cultural Affairs.
3.
Tourism Department(Whenever entrusted).
 Enroll subscriptions and distribution to Andhra Pradesh Journal.
 Visit the Libraries and Reading rooms and youth clubs to ensure proper
utilization and display of Government publications.
 Maintain liaison with the Educational Institutions, Literary and other
voluntary organizations and coordinate their activities.
 Supervise the work of the Publicity Assistants working in the
District/Division.
 Maintain all the records and registers as directed by the Department from
time to time.
(Job chart prescribed by the Commissioner, I&P.R. Dept., Hyderabad Vide
Memo. No. 20011/Admn.V/84, dated:6-11-84).
 Briefing the District Collector about the Press reports which appeared on
that day in different News papers and telecasted through Electronic media.

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 Being the drawing officer for all the staff under its control, he has to
maintain the relevant registers like Cash book, UD Pay, Treasury bill,
Permanent Advance etc. He must see that the Budget allocated under
various heads is properly utilised as per A.P. Financial Code and A.P.
Treasury Code.
 To Coordinate and review the progress of Divisional Public Relations
Officers at Divisional level frequently and visit Divisional Public Relations
Offices to monitor their performances.
 The District Public Relations Officer has to see that the District Information
Centre and Divisional Information centers are maintained properly with
information boards, photos, charts etc., on Government Welfare
programmes.
 Issue of Press Accreditation to Journalists in time.
 See that A.P. ONE reports sent in time to the Commissioner, Information and
Public Relations, Hyderabad.
2). DIVISIONAL PUBLIC RELTIONS OFFICER :
 The Divl. Public Relations Officer should have close liaison with all the
departmental officials, Panchyat Raj Institutions, Revenue Divisional
Officers, Legislators, Mandal Parishad Presidents and Other non-official
members and voluntary organizations in the division.
 Cover V.I.P. visits, Mandal parishad meetings and collect feedback material.
He will collect stories of human interest and success stories in the field of
rural development.
 Arrange adequate press coverage and liaise with pressmen in his area. He
will attend to prompt issue of press releases, feature articles to the
newspapers, All India Radio and other media and maintain cordial relations
with the local press correspondents.
 Maintain a record of Press Releases issued and press clippings from all
Newspapers.
 Arrange press meets as and when necessary with the visiting V.I.Ps on
developmental activities for wide publicity.
 Organize press tours in his area to important projects with the cooperation
and assistance of the Developmental Institutions, Departments and
Panchayat Raj Institutions.
 Utilize the media of Song and Drama for disseminating information about
the programmes and policies of the Government, he should organize
Burrakathas, Bhajans, Folk Dances, Drama etc., He should maintain close
liaison with the Cultural organisations in his area and utilize their talent.

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 Organise Exhibitions on important festivals and other occasions such as
Fairs, Jatras, Melas etc., and also at the time of the film shows.
 Arrange group discussions, Public meetings, Kavi sammelans etc., and
provide writers and speakers with regular talking points on plan programmes
and other topics of public interest.
 Organise festivals of National and State importance and public celebrations
at the Divisional Head quarters.
 Arrange distribution of Government Publications to educational institutions,
libraries, important officials and non-officials and keep record about
distribution of material with acknowledgements. He may also bring up
small pamphlets and booklets highlighting Mandal Parishads and best Gram
Panchayats etc., with the assistance and cooperation of the concerned
institutions.
 Compile a handbook of information of his division.
 Enroll subscriptions and distribution to Andhra Pradesh Journal.
 Visit the Libraries and Reading rooms to ensure proper utilization and
display of Government publications.
 Maintain liaison with the Educational Institutions, Literary and other
voluntary organizations and coordinate their activities.
 Supervise the work of the Publicity Assistants working in the division.
 Maintain all the records and registers as directed by the Department from
time to time.
 To Study the reactions of the public towards policies and programmes of the
Government and submit special reports to the Dist. Public Relations Officer.
 Function under the immediate control of the Dist. Public Relations Officer
of the district.
 Carryout any such other job as entrusted to him by the Dist. Public Relations
Officer from time to time as required.
(Job chart prescribed by the Commissioner, I&P.R. Dept., Hyderabad Vide
Memo. No. 20011/Admn.V/84, dated:6-11-84).
3). ASSISTANT PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER – I :
 Assisting the District Public Relations Officer for issue of Press
accreditation cards to the press in time.
 Providing press clippings to the Deputy Executive Information Engineer for
transmitting through A.P. One.
 Submission of Press clippings to the District Collector.
 Issue of Press releases and rejoinders in time.
 Distribution of Invitations and Information and Photos to the Press in time.

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 Attending meetings organized by the district Officers and arranging press
coverages.
4). ASSISTANT PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER – II:
 To assit the District Public Relations Officer to organize work shops,
seminars, symphogems etc.,
 To maintain photo library, Dist. Information, back ground material,
collection of Success Stories, Feature Articles, Feed Back Reports etc.,
 Look after the administrative and establishment matters.
 Sending monthly reports to higher officers in time.
 Maintenance of District Library books.
5).

A.V. SUPERVISOR :
 Supervising the Publicity Assistants.
 Maintenance of A.V. Equipment.
 Organizing photo exhibitions during VIP visits, festivals etc.,
 Maintaining exhibition material, Exhibition boards etc.,
 Distribution of A.P. Journal and maintenance of its records and registers.
 Distribution of publicity material to the VIPS and public.
 Preparing performance indicators reports.
 Maintenance of registers related to Log book, Diesel and repairs of
vehicles, Song and Drama, exhibitions, publications including adhoc
publications, photo equipment A.V. equipment and film shows etc.,
 Passing of T.A. bills of staff and certified tour programmes of the field
officers.
 Preparation of District Public Relations Officers Tour programmes.
 Coordination with Field Publicity Office, Govt. of India and other media
units in the district.

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Publicity Assistant :
 To assist in conducting of Song and Drama Programmes.
 Installation of Public Address System for Song and Drama programmes,
VIPs visit in the district and also important occasions, functions and
meetings.
 Organisation of Photo Exhibition occasionally and at the time of important
festivals like Jatara etc.,
 Maintenance and Distribution of publicity materials at the time of Film
Shows, exhibitions, VIPs’ meeting and during the special festivals, where
the public are gathering in the addition to regular distributions.

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 Display of publicity posters with the assistance of Attenders.
 Maintenance of registers of P.A. equipment, Film shows conducted and
A.V. equipment and activities attend by them.
 Gathering public opinion at the time of Film Shows, Photo exhibitions, Song
and Drama Programmes etc.,
 Lighting arrangements for Photo Exhibitions, Song and Drama programmes
etc.,
 Recording the speeches of VIPs, etc., at the time of meetings.
 Obtaining of certificates for the programmes attended by them from
Sarpanch, MRO etc., of concerned localities.
 To assists the A.V.S. from time to time in official duties.
 Gathering of success stories if any available at the time of Film shows.
 Screening of films according to the programme fixed by the DPRO.
(Job chart prescribed by the Commissioner, I&P.R. Dept., Hyderbad vide
Cir. Memo.No.17157/F.P/98, dated: 20.8.98.)
 Subscription and Distribution of A.P. Journal.
 Maintenance of Divisional Information Centre.
 Maintenance of registers and records pertaining to Exhibition material,
Song and Drama, Publicity material distribution, A.P. Journal subscribers,
photo equipment and Photos, Divisional Information Centre etc.,
7).

SENIOR ASSISTNT :
 General administration
 Preparation of Pay bills and all bills related to the budget and submission to
the Treasury in time.
 He has to maintain the relevant registers like Register of Registers, Personal,
Periodical, Treasury Bill, UD Pay, Cash book, Permanent Advance, Control
of Expenditure for each sub head (separate registers are to be maintained for
Plan and Non-Plan, Office copy of Pay bill, Statement of
Expenditure(Reconciliation of departmental figures with those Treasury),
Acquittance, Bank drafts, Recovery registers of GPF, APGLI, GIS, PT, FA,
APCO, Motorcycle and Bi-cycle advance, Marriage advance, House
building advance, Education advance, Telephone charges, Electricity charges
paid, Rents, Furniture, Tour advance, Service register movement, Events,
Incumbents, Misc. recovery, Reimbursement of Medical charges, Security
deposit, Advance Pay and TA, LTC advances sanctioned and adjusted, Test
audit reports, Service postage bulk, Supplementary claims, Month-wise
increments, LPCs issued and received, Roster register separately for each
category of post, Destruction of records, Staff order, A.C.bills drawn and
their adjustments, Local purchases made, T.A. bill watch register.

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 He shoud maintain the following for ready reference:
1. Caste particulars with Sub-Caste of each staff member working in the
office.
2. The bills passed in a month under different sub-heads should be
stiched duly canceling the vouchers passed and paid.
3. He is instructed to enter each and every item purchased in the
respective stock registers duly giving certification on the voucher
before passing the voucher.
4.
8). TYPIST :
 Attending to Office Typing work.
 He has to maintain the relevant registers like Attendance, Fair copy, Machine
card register separately for English and Telugu, Roneo machine and
Computer, Casual Leave, Stationary and Printed forms etc.
9). Record Assistant :
 Distribution of Tapals to the concerned seats.
 Maintenance of Old records with relevant registers in fitting manner and
office sanitation.
 He has to maintain the relevant registers like Tappal Inward and
Distribution, Despatch, Daily Stamp account, Registered Post articles
received, Railway/Lorry Receipts received, Local delivery, DIC visitors,
Dailies and Periodicals Attendance, Register showing the Papers and
Magazines dispatched of in public auction with original challans, Sales tax,
List of Dailies, Periodicals and other magazines despatched for District
Information Centre, Payment of amounts towards purchase of Dailies,
Magazines etc., to DIC, District Information Centre register(Purchases made
to DIC other than periodicals etc., should be entered in the register), Press
Clippings( each month press clippings to bound separately for reference).
10).

11).

Light Vehicle Driver ( Trax) :
 He is incharge of the Temp Trax vehicle. He follows the DPRO during
his visits. He has to see that the vehicle is maintained properly, see that
necessary repairs are conducted in time, maintain Log book, Maintain the
vehicle with neat and clean.
Light Vehicle Driver (P.P.Van) :
 He is incharge of the Pragathi Padham vehicle. He follows the DPRO
during his visits. He has to see that the vehicle is maintained properly,
see that necessary repairs are conducted in time, maintain Log book,

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Maintain the vehicle with neat and clean. The vehicle should be ready
for conducting any press tours and film shows at any time.
12).
Attender :
 The attender daily arrives the office half in hour an advance before the
commencement of the working hours. He ensures water arrangement to
the office and staff, ensures neatness. Distribution of tappal to local
offices and other office work.
 Distribution of press releases to the press and all other duties entrusted by
the officer.
13)
Cleaner :

To clean the vehicle. To maintain the vehicle neat and clean.
14)

Watchman :

Watches the office in the night safe guard office property, attends
telephone calls or emergency calls and inform the officer in time.

4. (1) (b) (iii)- The procedure followed in the decision making process,
including channels of supervison and accountability :
The procedure prescribed in the District Office manual is being followed.
The District Public Relations Officer is the Drawing Officer for all the staff
members and responsible for the budget allocated under various heads by the
government. The District Public Relations Officer must see that the records,
registers, manuals are maintained properly by the staff members. He must see that
the instructions of the higher officers are followed scrupulously. The District
Public Relations Officer monitors and evaluates the performance of the Divisional
Public Relations Officers, Assistant Public Relations Officers, A.V.Supervisors and
Publicity Assistants for wide publicity of government welfare programmes. The
District Pubic Relations Officer
is responsible for both Financial and
Administrative matters of the office.
4.(1) (b) (iv) The norms set by it for discharge of its functions :
The norms set by District Office Mannual are being followed for the
discharge of functions.
1)
2)
3)
4)

Sanction of Casual Leaves of this office staff
Same day.
Matters related to GPF, Festival Advance bill etc
5 days.
Sanction of increments:
5 days.
Issue of Press accreditations cards – As decided by the Press
Accreditation Committee.

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The District Public Relations Officer should achieve the following monthly targets.
Sl.
ITEM
TARGET
No.
1.
Press conferences
4
2.
Press Releases
50
3.
Press Tours
4
4.
Success Stories
1
5.
Feature Articles
1
6.
Use of Electronic media & No. of 2.15 Hrs
visual duration
7.
Exhibitions
2
8.
Song and Drama
2
9.
Film shows/ PA system
18
10.
Seminar/Workshop held
2
11.
Photo coverage/ No. Photos published
25
12.
Adhoc Publications
2
13.
Feed back reports
2
14.
Rejoinders published
4
15.(a) AP ONE- Adverse
90
15.(b) AP ONE- Positive
Norms set by the department for wide publicity of Govt. Welfare programmes.
(Vide Cir. Memo No:11438/FP/2002, dt.24-9-2002 of Director, I&P.R.Dept.,
Hyderabad).
4. (1)(b)(v) – the rules, regulations, insuctions, manuals and records, held by it
or under its control or used by its employee for discharging its functions :
While discharging the functions, the Department follows the rules and orders
of government issued from time to time on the subject. Which are enunciated
under the following books :1.
Fundamental Rules
2.
A.P. Financial Code
3.
A.P. Treasury Code
4.
A.P. Budget manual
5.
A.P. Accounts Code.
6.
A.P. State & Subordinate Service Rules
7.
A.P. Information Service Rules (G.O.Ms.No.261, GA (I&PR)
Dept.,
dated 6-5-92)
8.
A.P. Information Subordinate Service Rules (G.O.Ms.No.339,GA
(I&PR) Dept., dated 22-6-92)
9.
A.P. Ministerial Service Rules.

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10.
11.
12.
13.

A.P. General Subordinate Service Rules
A.P. Last Grade Service Rules.
A.P. Civil Services (CCA) Rules.
Accreditation Rules(G.O.Ms.No.176 GA(I&PR)Dept., dated 7-41999)

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G.O.Ms.No.148,Fin

&

Planning(F.W.Admn.I.TFR)Dept.,21-10-

2000.
15.

Welfare Fund Rules (G.O. Ms.No.1, GA (I&PR) Dept., dated 1-186.

16.

The instructions given by the Commissioner, I&PR., Hyderabad to
conduct wide publicity of govt. programmes.
17.
G.Os and Memos given by the govt. regarding service mattes etc.,
18.
All registers as in the register of registers.
4 .(1)(b)(vi) – A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or
under its control :
1. Govt. Orders 2. Memorandum 3. Circular Memos, 4. Appointment Orders etc.,
5. Press accreditations application, 6. Journalist Insurance application, 7. Old age
pension for artists application, 8. Press releases, Press clippings, Photos, A.P.
journal subscribers, 9. List of approved Song and Drama troups, 10. Publicity
material, 11. All registers as per register of registers.
4. (1)(b)(vii) – The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation
with or representtion by the members of the public in relation to the
formulation of its policy or implementation thereof. :
1. District Press Accreditation Committee.
2. District Committee on attack and assault on Journalist.
3. District Cultural Council.
4. (1)(b)(viii)-a Statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies
consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of
its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees
and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings ae
accessible for public.
The particulars and minutes of the meting of the District Press accreditation
Committee are available to the public.
4. (1)(b)(ix)- a directory of its officers and employees :

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1.

Name
Mobile
Telephone Telephone
Sri/Smt
(Office)
(Residence) 4.
(1)
S. Subbaramaiah, Dist. Public 9949351629
08554(b)
Relations Officer
274469
(x)
2.
M. Durganna, Divl.PRO
9949351630
-do–
3.
N. Jyothi, APRO
-do4.
S. Ramanjaneyulu, A.V.S.
-do5.
K. Guruswamy, Sr. Asst.
-do6.
D. HussainpeeranSaheb,
-doPub.Assistant
7.
K. Anjaneyulu, Pub.Assistant
-do8.
S. Muni Prasad,Pub. Asst.
-do9.
V.Rajendra Prasad, Pub. Asst.
-do10. J. Govindu, Typist
-do11. Y. Prabhavathi, Typist
-do12. K.Chand Basha, Record Asst.
-do13. M. Prasad, Driver
-do14. P. Shaikshavalli,PP.Van Driver
-do15. B. Raja Rao, Attender
-do16. G. Ramana, Attender
-do17. N.Md.MudusarNazar, Attender
-do18. R. Radhamma, Attender
-do19. N. Siva Reddy, Attender
-do20. P. Mallikharjuna, Attender
-do21. C. Abdul Raheem, Van Cleaner
-do22. H. Peddaiah, Attender
-do23. K. Kotappa, Attender cum
-doCleaner
24. K. Venkata Reddy, Watchman
-dothe monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees,
including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations :
S.No.

Designation

1
2
3
4
5
6

District Public Relations Officer
Divisional Public Relations Officer
Asst. Public Relations Officer
A.V.Supervisor
Publicity Assistants
Senior Assistant

No. of
Persons
1
1
2
1
10
1

Scale of Pay
9285-19775
8385-17905
6675-15025
6675-15025
5200-11715
6195-13945

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7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Typist
Record Assistant
Drivers
Attenders
Cleaner
Attender-cum-Cleaner
Night Watchman

2

4825-10845

1
2
7
1
1
1

4260-9520
4370-9775
3850-8600
3850-8600
3850-8600
3850-8600

4.(1) (b)(xi) – the budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the
particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements
made. :
The government allocates budget to the department under Plan and Non Plan
Schemes. The Commissioner (HOD) allocates budget to the field officers. The
budget particulars for 2005-2006 are available in the office separately.
4.(1)(b)(xii) – the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the
amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes :
No such schemes.
4.(1)(b)(xiii) – Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or
authorizations granted by it. :
The Accredited Journalists are provided the following concessions: 1.
To travel in Rail (50% Concession)
2.
1/3rd concession in APSRTC Buses.
3.
Concession on import duty on photo equipment.
4.
The journalists, who are in dire need and distress, are provided financial
assistance from Welfare Fund.
5.
Grant-in-Aid to Press clubs.
6.
Forwarding the Committee recommendations to the concerned higher
authorities.
4. (1)(b)(xiv) – details in respect of the information, available to or held by it,
reduced in an electronic form. :
The details of press accreditations are available in both soft and hard copy
with District Public Relations Officers and Regional Deputy Director’s office also.
The budget allocations is also available both soft and hard copies in this
office.

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4.(1)(b)(xv)- the particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if
maintained for public use :
Visitors with any problems are welcome between 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm on all
working days to meet any of the designated officials.
4. (1)(b)(xvi) – the names, designations and other particulars of the Public
Information Officers :
1. Smt N. Jyothi,APRO.

- Asst. Public Information Officer.

2. Sri M. Durganna, Divl.PRO.

- Public Information Officer.

3. Sri S. Subbaramaiah, DPRO

- Appellate authority.

4. (1)(b)(xvii) – Such other information as may be prescribed and thereafter
update these publications every year :
1. AP-ONE
2. Feed Back reports
3. Success Stories.
District Public Relations Officer,
Anantapur.