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INTRODUCTION

1.1 HISTORY OF PESCO

It is the basic right of every human being that he get access to the basic source energy

.which is pollution free .It facilitate human lives . The use of electricity increased due

to technological development .In order to generate more electricity water and power

development authority was created through WAPDA act 1958 . It generate electricity

and supplies electricity to many agencies including private and public sectors

WAPDA generate electricity and different companies are established for its

distribution. PESCO is one of them.

PESCO was located in Peshawar . It supplies electricity to 1.6 millions consumers of

Khyber pakhtunkhwa . PESCO maintains electricity distribution on PAKHTUNKHWA . It

supplies 220v to each home and 11kv to 440v to businesses .

PESCO consists of 8 circles . which are given below.

1) Bannu circie .

2) Hazara 2 circle .

3) Khyber circle

4) Mardan circle

5) Hazara 1 circle.

6) Swat circle

7) Peshawar circle .

8) Sawabi Cricle

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INTRODUCTION TO PESCO

1.2 ESTABLISHMENT OF PESCO

Peshawar Electric Supply Company was located in Peshawar. It was

established in April 1998 as a public limited company under the Pakistan Companies

0rdinance 1984. Its main purp0se is to supply electricity to different regions in KPK.

PESCO company supplies electricity to about 1.6 million consumers of Khyber

pakhtunkhwa. It include both government and private sectors .In PESCO company we

own Khyber pakhtunkhwa electricity distribution system .It provide 220v to homes

and 11kv to 440v to various buisnessess .

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1.3 VISION STATEMENT

A corporate Vision can focus, direct, motivate, unify and even excite a

business into superior performance. A corporate vision can encourage, Motivate,

direct, promote high efficiency and unite.

PESCO Vision Statement is given below:

 Complete and maintain the degree of competence, consistency and

representativeness as a public service association for Different of

customers.

 Promoting modern business relationship between both our and outside

organizations will be key to our success.

 Safety of public and company workers should be more on our priority

1.4 MISSION STATEMENT

Mission is the broad concept. which indicates the purpose for which the

company exists and why it competes with certain companies and industries .Purpose

is the broad concept of the organization . It include both long term and short term

goals . These are summarized on mission statement .

The basic mission of PESCO is that to supply electricity to consumers so that they

can run different industries and factories . Thus they will produce more . When the

production increases. Then the economy of country will increased . and the country

will goes towards prosperity .

The PESCO also provide electricity to different consumers in order to use it at homes

. so that they can leave comfortable lives .

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1.5. OBJECTIVES OF ORGANIZATION

1.5.1 Purpose Of Study

Purpose means “the intention of doing any thing.” Every person should

have a purpose of doing some thing . For example the purpose of students is to learn

some thing new which may be helpful to them in there daily lives.

The purpose of my Internship study is the fulfillment and completion of

degree of BBA (HONS). Without fulfilling this study the degree of BBA (HONS) is

incomplete.

The purpose of the internship is that students can get practical knowledge

about different things related to the business organization . As we know that students

get knowledge theoretically about different aspects of life .and through the internship

we get practical knowledge.

So in order to get the practical knowledge , I select the revenue office for my

internship.

1.5.2 Scope Of Study

The term scope means up to what extent you have studied It means the range

of area.So I have studied about the Revenue office Divission 1 Bannu .Ihave learned

different things about it.and also get the practical knowledge .

1.5.3 Objectives Of Study

Objective means "the purpose of study". Objectives are helpful to judge the

importance of some thing. Every person has some objectives in her mind .when he do

any thing.

The primary objective of my internship study in to get the practical work and

get skills about different aspects .As I have knowledge about theory which I study in

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different books in university .So I will get the practical knowledge about different

things .

1.5.4 Importance Of Study

The importance of this study is that it encourages us to do hard work. I get practical

knowledge about different aspects of the organization . This enternship report is also

helpful for the students .They can get idea about PESCO from this internship report .

1.5.5 Limitations Of Study

It is obviouse, that every thing is not perfect in this world. Each and every

thing has some limitations. My study also have some limitations .I cannot study all the

revenue offices in bannu city .

1.6 RECRUITMENT PROCESS OF THE ORGANIZATION

The process of finding and hiring the best qualified employees (from with inside and

outside for an organization) for job .

The PESCO needs employees through recruitment in future.

 The expend of the business .

 Advance skills are required

 Due to technical requirements.

This means that it may access you to suitable candidate for posts in your organization

Recruitment can be classified in to two types

(1):Sources Of Internal Recruitments

Internal recruitment means that the recruitment within the organization is known as

internal recruitment. In this process they select the employees within the organization

for the job .If there is any empty seat in the organization then they place it on the

notice board . Thus employees apply for it and they select those employees .Who

fulfill the criteria of the job .


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Methods for internal requirements

 Employees References.

PESCO's current employees refer to the right candidates for the jobs which

available in the organization. This is the internal process of Selection for job

or duty. This types of selection process is used for recruitment of PESCO.

 Sources of External Recruitment

The recruitment which are outside of the organization is called as external

recruitment.

 Personal recommendation.

 Advertizment.

 They advertise in radio and television.

External requirements methods

 External recruitment mean that the recruitment of people for outside

organization .New employees is the basic need of the organization and

PESCO practice it by hiring new employees from outside sources.

If PESCO is diagnosed with a job and knows about individual person for a vacant

place, he recommends that person. The HRM section then the person who is suitable

for the contact will choose and choose.

Competitors of the PESCO

Competitors of pesco are as follows

 Manufacturing of solar energy system.

 Manufacturing of generators etc

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Competitive advantage PESCO

 High power generation with low cost.

1.7 ACHIEVEMENTS OF PESCO

 Central chief executive customer service centre

 Enhanced allocation for development and maintenance

 Positioning of field near geographic centers of their jurisdiction and

co- location of DMO and RO officers

 Restriction of circles ,Divisions and Sub-Divisions

Printing of 12 months billing detail on bill

 Well defined and uniform policy for detection bills

Establishment of model sub-Divissions

 Establishment of marketing cell and task Force at PESCO HQ to

facilitate industrial /commercial/tube-well consumers

 Restructuring of store to ensure prompt availability

 One window service facility to each sub-Division

Establishment of mobile consumer service to facilitate instalments and

correction of the bills

Establishment of computerized costumer service centers in each Circle

Distribution system rehabilitation under system Augmentation Program and

SAP for reduction in energy losses

 NEW grid stations creation and extension of existing grid stations and

transmission lines

Timely execution to development works and LT/HT proposals and SAP

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 Frequent open Forums for employees for redressed of their problems

 Achievements of corporatization and commercialization goals as per plain

Establishments of mobile customers service center at each circle

 Open kutcheries by field officers

 Future plains

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CHAPTER #02

STRUCTURE OF PESCO

PESCO has been separated into 8 circles, 0ne is project construction circle and

six circles are distributed Power and the 0ther is G.S.O circle. These circles are again

distributed and the division is divided into subdivision.

2.1 STRUCTURE OF PESCO BANNU CIRCLE

PESCO BANNU CIRCLE

D.M.T. D.C.M
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Bannu Lakki D.I.Khan Tank Karak


Division Division Division Divison Division

Operation Field
Revenue Office

CRC Billing Banking Posting Account


SECTION Section section Section Section

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2.2 GRAPHICAL PRESENTATION OF POWER WING

2.3 NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES

S.No Name of employee Designation BPS Qualification

1 Fahim Khan RO 17 MBA (Finance)

2 Falak Niaz DAO 16 M.COM

3 Rafi Ullah Accountant 15 B.Com

4 Abdul Nawaz C/Assistant 15 M.A

5 Nasir Daraz Account Assistant 15 B.Com

6 Muhammad Iqbal C/Superintendent 15 F.A

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7 Liaq Zaman C/Assistant 15 MATRIC

8 Muhammad Nisar C/Assistant 14 MATRIC

9 Naimat Ullah C/Assistant 14 F.A

10 Muhammad Hanif C/Assistant 14 D.COM

11 Farooq Shah C/ Assistant 14 M.A

12 Chinar Shah C/ Assistant 14 D.COM

13 Abdul Hamid C/ Assistant 14 M.A

14 Khubaz Khan C/ Assistant 14 F.A

15 Jamal Abdul Nasir C/ Assistant 14 D.COM

16 Khair Ullah Khan C/ Assistant 14 B.A

17 Sher Daraz Khan C/ Assistant 14 D.COM

18 Mr.Gul Riaz Khan C/ Assistant 14 MATRIC

19 Pir Hikmat Shah C/ Assistant 14 F.A

20 Damsaz Khan C/ Assistant 14 D.COM

21 Ishfaq Ullah Khan Revenue Officer 17 M.A

22 Muhammad Farooq C/ Assistant 14 BSC

23 Abdul Nawaz C/ Assistant 14 M.COM

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24 Hayat Ullah Shah C/ Assistant 14 F.A

25 Rehman Ullah A/Accountant 14 BBA Hon, MS

26 Abdul Basir J/Clerk 7 B.A

27 Miss Rafia J/Clerk 7 F.A

28 Miss Nagina J/Clerk 7 F.A

29 Hikmat Ali Shah N/Qasid 2 MIDDLE

2.4 MAIN OFFICES OF PESCO

 WAPDA

 LESCO

 GEPCO

 FESCO

 IESCO

 TESCO

 QESCO

 SEPCO

 FESCO

 PESCO

 MEPCO

 HESCO

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2.5 COMMENTS ON THE ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE:

PESCO Bannu Circle is one of the most significant circle and provided

electricity to whole Bannu Area (Division). PESCO bannu is divided in to three

departments . such as revenue office ,sub-divisional office and computer office . I got

the internship from revenue office . Now we are going to discuss different functions

of revenue office .

2.6 MARKETING STRATEGIES OF THE ORGANIZATION:

The company use various marketing strategies some of them are given

below

 The company use meters to read the units of electricity used

 He also made bills to the costumers in order to pay the electricity

bills

 The company also give various advertisements about the saving

and usage of electricity

 They give advertisement on newspapers

 The company also provide an opportunity of online payment

 They also give advertisement on t.v

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CHAPTER NO 3

SWOT ANALYSIS

3.1 STRENGTHS:

 Attached wings and departments performing specific and different

functions

 Full support from Federal Government

 Transfer of funds to divisions and departments of Federal and provincial

divisions.

 Availability of energetic and competent staff

 Trainings and Development

3.2 WEAKNESSES:

 Unsuccessful monitoring of the funds to which purpose it has been

allocated

 Lack of regular coordination and follow up of the funds appropriated,

expend and in balance.

 Incorrect allocation of funds for right purpose.

 Operating Expenses

 Old staff unfamiliar to IT

 Strictly a local company.

 Difficult to attract and retain talented employee.

3.3 OPPORTUNITIES:

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According to HR Scholar Opportunity is most important to every organization or

company if not less ,do not waste it and benefit from it .then they can go ahead in the

market and It always depends on time .If a person get benefit from the time and uses

this opportunity in a sufficient way and gets advantage from it .Then he may be able

to earn more profit and got success in the business. Some opportunities are hinted

here.

Expansion of operational area

As we know that the need of electricity increases day by day due to technological

development .So the pesco has the opportunity to expend its operational area to many

other districts .

Availability 0f good trainers

As we know that high experienced and well qualified trainers are available in district .

So they can hire them for the organization .

Technological development

Due to technological development the use of electricity increases . So they have the

opportunity to expend its area of providing there services .

Increasing demand

As we know that the demand of electricity increases .So it is also an opportunity for

the organization .

3.4 THREATS:

 Undue influence from politicians

 Meager performance and inadequate performance of activities and functions

that they have been assigned.

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 Funds (development) not transferred back, if not utilized

 Incorrect facts and figures mentioned in the different reports, budgets and

policies prepared by the Ministry of Finance.

 Government Polices

 Undue influence from Union

 Change 0f political setup and p0litical instability

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3.5 SWOT MATRIX

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES

 Energetic Staff  Incorrect decision making

 Trainings and  Old staff unfamiliar to IT

Development  Operating Expenses

 Aid from Federal  Unsuccessful monitoring

GOVT of funds

 Attached wings and  Misuse of resources

departments

performance

 Transfer of funds

OPPORTUNITIES SO STRATEGIES WO STRATEGIES

 Rate is increasing  With the help of  Through use of resources

 Capacity expansion energetic staff PESCO & correct decisions

 Project of GOP may increase the PESCO can complete

 Increasing demand capacity to meet the their projects to increase

 Customer mobile services demand the capacity.

 Through Federal  By reducing operating

GOVT PESCO can expenses & efficient

complete their projects monitoring of funds

PESCO may establish

Customer mobile services

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THREATS ST STRATEGIES WT STRATEGIES

 Undue influence from  With the help of  By efficient allocation &

politicians Trainings & monitoring of funds &

 Government Polices Development PESCO familiar to IT PESCO

 Undue influence from may managed funds may increase the

Union efficiently. performance of

 Mismanagement of funds  Attached wings and employees

 Inadequate performance departments  Through correct & strict

of employees and performance PESCO decisions PESCO can

functions that they have can reduce Undue minimize Undue

been assigned. influence from Union influence from politicians

 With the help 0f & union.

Federal GOVT PESCO

establish & implement

rules& regulations t0

reduce Undue

influence fr0m

p0liticians

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CHAPTER #04

LEARNING AS A STUDENT INTERN

4.1 Duties and Responsibilities in which my internship

During my intercourse, I work in almost all departments and there is 8 weeks of time in my

internship period. I learned the work of the following fields and I have performed different

duties and responsibility in different branches of PESCO Bannu branches. As we know that

the branches of the Bannu are huge which have different types of departments and I worked in

various departments and did more work in some department and did less spent less time some

department.

Training Program

Particular description of the tasks appointed to me all through the internship application

duration of my position eight week in the course of a PESCO branch Bannu, anyplace I

learned the detail works of the diverse branch I upload the various branch but I justify those

branch inside which I got full command at some stage in my getting to know manner. The

element of the perform that I carry out is point out as undergo as I worked in different

branches whose names are given below

HR Section in my Duties and Responsibility:

Scanning and emailing HR documents

Sending and Edited office email though Internet

Noted customer complaint

Help in recruitment process and selection

Verification employees duties mean check the duties of employees.

Physical human record file in the cabinets of HR files

Create job description design

Making job advertisement

general administration and Data Entry

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transmission calls for the HR Advisor

Managing of the HR Advisor journal

Accounting section in my Duties and Responsibility

I spent the two week in account of the accounting. I did not do so much in the accounting

session as compare to HR section but still I did various things in which I've been down the

name below

1. Note all receipts

2. To maintain all record of receipts

3. Sending Daily scroll to bank

4. Making Account into New customer

5. Cash calculating

6. Transfer check to other department

7. Check Accounting book entire

Billing Section My Duties and Responsibility

i can lean in billing section the control and responsibility under a supervisor such a performed

to check the reading ,immediate correction , check the right and wrong reading and advice

staff of billing section . In Billing section my duties and responsibly which performed

1) Bills Sending

2) Bills installment

3) Adjustment and correction of Bills

4) Billing keeps record

5) Bills Duplicate

6) Notice Preparation of Disconnection

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4.2 OVERALL EXPERIENCE OF THE INTERNSHIP

After the internship in PESCO I have the ability to know about the main

elements of PESCO.I have the ability to know about the main processes running

inside the orgonization. I have the knowledge about the billing and extra ordinary

documentary process of the PESCO. There are too many employee here and it is

difficult to take the whole calculation of billing and record the data for longer period

This billing data are stored for longer periods . There is record of day to day and daily

works and main exchanges are noted. .

During the internship I know about the necessary requirements of the job.

During the job the manger advises to me on daily basis that you will success even

when you become a regular one. And also have good skills of communication around

the organization.

4.3 ACCOMPLISHMENT

I have completed the internship from PESSCO bannu in two months. I am

very regular to my internship. And my performance is going well and I experienced

well I can run all the processes of PESCO with the help of manager . And I have fully

worked under the internship methods . I have fully informed by the manger of

PESO.I have judged all the information while doing my practical work and take

different skills.

4.4 NEW KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED

Before the internship I have knowledge but after going to practical

work . I get experience about performing different works . I have my

methods that I improve and will add to my new knowledge. My new

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knowledge is based on regularity and punctuality and all the employees

appreciate it very much.

4.5 HOW EXPERIENCE IMPACT MY CAREER

Experience has great impact on my career. In university we have

knowledge about different espects but in internship we have practical

experience .We learn how to manage different situations .It is also helpful

for your job . you can also tak job in that organization from which you

completed the internship .

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4.6 CONCLUSION:

After the thorough study and analysis of PESCO we abstract that no one

can deny the vital role of PESCO in the commercial and domestic sector.. PESCO

has had an effect on everyone in the society. PESCO has had multiple impacts on

society including both positive and negative. It is the lifeblood for modern industry.

It supplies electricity to both for the commercial and industrial use. The modern

machinery in industries can not be operated without electricity, similarly electricity is

of same importance in agriculture. The people use electricity in homes for different

purposes.

Although we have find that PESCO plays very important role but we have also find

that it have some negative impacts on the society . It effect the industrial as well as

domestic jobs through loudsheding . It also suffers huge losses because of theft of

electricity and poor collection of arrears. These problems can be solved through

efficient management, implementing modern machinery, construction of new dames.

However electricity is like a drug and we, society are the junkies unable to live

without a fix and totally dependent on electricity

4.7 SUGGESTIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS:

1. Strict polices must be established to reduce the theft of electricity and correct

action will be taken against electricity thieves. We should have to put mitters in

each home like in china . When you put card on it then electricity will come to

your home. Otherwise it will be stoped. The consumers have to use the electricity

with great care and donot consume it without availing benefit from it .The

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government have to take all the possible steps in order to save the electricity . So

that they can prevent themselves from loss .

2. Give promotion to competent staf , it help in increasing the capacity and thus

loudsheding time duration reduced to please the society.

3. Establish modern computer system in all offices.

4. Give training and development to employees about modern equipment to foster

the recording process.

5. Make efficient use of resources to fulfill the increasing demand.

6. Security problems can be solved with the of Government.

4.8 PESCO BASIC VALUES

 We do meaningful work

 We expect to be profitable

 We respect our customers

 We strive to continually improve

 We maintain integrity of employees

 We value each other

 Innovation and growth

 We restore your power in case of outages or emergencies

 We connect your home/ business to electrical power ,keep and maintain that

connection in safe and reliable

4.9 PUBLIC RELATIONS

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 T0 put up press cutting daily to Head 0f the Institution.

 T0 hold press parties

 T0 issue news /PR/ contradictions on daily basis

 T0 issue advertisements as required

 T0 perform day t0 day public relations assignments including:

A .T0 arrange press conferences/press briefing.

B. T0 issue all contradicti0ns and clarificati0ns for print and electronic media.

C .T0 deep close contact with the journalists.

D .T0 make liaison between PESCO and journalists.

E .To visit frequently the print and electronic offices.

F .To participate in radio and TV programmes defending WAPDA/PESCO.

G .To arrange photo graphic coverage of different events.

H .To highlight the +ve response of the public representation.

4.10 FUTURE PLANS

 Purchase 0f new vehicles f0r field study

 Establishment 0f m0bile costomer services center at each circle

 Timely execution 0f devei0pment works and LT/HT pr0posals under SAP

 Distribution system rehabilitati0n under system Augmentati0n Program (SAP)

f0r reducti0n 0f energy losses

 Achievement 0f c0rporatizati0n and c0mmercializati0n goals as per plain

 C0nversi0n 0f petrol vehicles to CNG

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 New grid stati0ns and augmentati0n/extensi0n 0f existing grid stations and

transmissi0n lines

 C0nstruction 0f various facilities including PESCO HQ building

4.11 SAFETY GUID

1. Use proper size fuses at each stage.

2. Donut hang cloths on electric cables.

3. Use proper fuse at homes .

4. Donot touch the electric motor and other machinery. When the electricity

passes through it .

5. Always put glaws when you touch the electric wires for certain purpose .

6. Use power plugs at each stage of the electric line.

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4.12 COMMENTS ON THE ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE

PESCO Bann is one 0f the most important circles of PESCO. Its main purpose

is t0 supply electricity to vari0us consumers . The PESCO company supply electricity

to five districts .PESCO Bannu is one of them . The PESCO bannu Division 1

consists of three departments .that is revenue office ,computer office and sub-

divisi0nal 0ffice .

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4.13 COMMERCIAL PROCEDURES (C.PS)

The statement of Commercial Procedure shows the minimum period

prescribed for preservation of record in PESCO Offices. These are specific forms that

are used by PESCO Bannu in various section.

Contents

Check List of Forms

List

Form

No. Form Title

(NEW)

P0wer supply contract F0rm and Register 0f Application


CP-01
Form

CP-02 Movement sheet of Application

CP-03 Application F0rm

CP-04 Power supply contract F0rm

CP-05 Sub-Divisional 0ffice Service Connection Register

CP-06 Priority Register

Detail 0f Capital Contributions paid by the consumers during


CP-07
the month

CP-08 List 0f cancelled Demand Notices

CP-09 Service Estimate and Justification Form

CP-10 Load Feasibility Pr0forma

CP-11 Service C0st Estimate and C0st summary

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CP-12 Justification and Auth0rization

CP-13 Demand N0tice for Service Connection cost

CP-14 Demand N0tice for service Connection cost

Wiring C0ntractor’s Test Report and branch installation Test


CP-15
0rder

CP-16 Servace C0nnection Order (up t0 25kv)

Servace C0nnection Order (Ab0ve 25kv)


CP-17

CP-18 C0nsumer Meter Reading Card (up t0 25kw)

CP-19 C0nsumer Meter Reading Card (Above 20 kv)

CP-20 Electrical Measurement B00k

CP-21 Meter Reading Record- General Consumers

Meter Reading Percentage Check Register( for Sub


CP-22
Divisional 0fficer)

CP-23 Meter Reading Record- Maximum Demand

Meter Reading Percentage Check Register (meant f0r


CP-24
XEN/SE)

CP-25 C0nnection, Disconnection and T0tal Consumers Statistics

CP-26 List 0f Connections installed during the Month

CP-27 Temporary disconnection 0rder

Sub-Divisional 0ffice Temporary disconnection 0rder


CP-28
Register

CP-29 Disconnection 0rder (to remove equipment)

CP-30 Sub-Divisional 0ffice Disconnection 0rder Register

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CP-31 Register 0f Permanently Disconnected Defaulters

CP-32 Application 0f Reconnection and Reconnection 0rder

CP-33 Sub-Divisional 0ffice Reconnection Application Register

CP-34 Sub-Divisional 0ffice Meter Reading Programme register

CP-35 Meter Reading List – other than MDI C0nsumers

CP-37 Feeder Wise Line L0sses Analysis

CP-38 11 KV Feeder Wise Units sent out from Grid Station

CP-39 Grid Station Meter Change Statement

CP-40 Feeder Wise Units taken/ Transferred Statement

statement showing bundled Feeders/ Load shifted from one


CP-41
Feeder t0 0ther Feeder

CP-42 Meter Change 0rder

CP-43 Revenue 0ffice Application Register

CP-45 Bank Scroll

CP-46 Security Deposit Register

CP-47 Meter Reading List 0f Maximum Demand Consumers

CP-48 Disconnection N0tice

CP-49 Return 0f Consumer Billing and C0llection

CP-50 Bank Query Letter

CP-51 Revenue 0ffice Debtors C0ntrol Account

CP-52 Bank Account Reconciliation

Bank Account Reconciliation 0f C0llectionof service


CP-53
Connection C0st Demond N0tices

CP-54 Collection and Remittance Summary (For security deposits)

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CP-55 Collection and Remittances Summary(F0r Security Deposits)

CP-56 Demand N0tice Cash B00k

CP-57 C0nsumer Bill Adjustment F0rm

CP-58 Rise and Fall Register

CP-59 Discrepancy Report

CP-60 List 0f Permanently Disconnected Defaulters

CP-61 M0nth Wise Details 0f arrears

CP-62 Electricity Enquiry Register

CP-63 Electricity Bill Enquiry

CP-64 Register of Records

CP-65 Advise 0f Tariff/0ther Changes ( Change Notification )

CP-66 Consumer’s Bill Dispatch B00k

CP-67 Sub Divisional 0ffice Demand Register

CP-68 Divisional 0ffice Demand N0tice Register

CP-69 Cheque or Bank Draft Register

CP-70 Crossed Cheque or Bank Draft Register

CP-71 Sub Divisional 0ffice Re-ratification Re-numbering Register

CP-72 Revenue 0ffice Reconnection Application Register

CP-73 Bill Adjustment Notes Register

CP-74 Consumer Bill Delivery Book

Advice to A.E.B Computer and R.O About Rejection 0f


CP-75
Application for New Connection

Meter M0vement Register ( T0 be maintained by I/C


CP-76
Connection Section )

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Meter Movement Register ( T0 be maintained by I/C D&R
CP-77
Section )

Forwarding Memo for Documents to be sent to Wapda


CP-78
Computer Centre

CP-79 Revenue 0ffice Meter Reading List Register

CP-80 Data Batch Register

CP-81 Billing Control Register

CP-82 Advice to S.D.O of errors in Meter Reading Lists

CP-83 Consumer Bill (0ther than MDI )

CP-84 Bill 0f Industrial (MDI)/ Bulk Supply Connections

CP-85 Bill Exception List

CP-86 Age Analysis 0f Billing Exception

CP-87 Bill Register

CP-88 Billing Assessment

CP-89 Ledger Posting

CP-90 Bill Adjustments posted at the month end

CP-91 Heavy or credit balance List

CP-92 List 0f Estimated Readings

CP-93 Age Analysis 0f cases 0f Estimated Reading

WAPDA Employees Free Electricity Assessment/Payment


CP-94
Summary

Employees Free Electricity Summary 0f Allowance by


CP-95
Batches

CP-96 WAPDA Employees updating F0rm

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CP-97 Lists 0f Units billed by Feeders within Sub Divisions

CP-98 Billing Summary

CP-99 C0nsumers Security Deposit List

CP-100 Debtors C0ntrol Register

CP-101 F0rwarding Memo Bank Scrolls

CP-102 Daily Cash List

CP-103-
Register Sh0wing Details 0f Differences (Debit/Credit)
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CP-104 Weekly collections Cash B00k by Bank Branches

Weekly Schedule 0f Remittances by Bank Branch (


CP-105
C0mputer Input)

CP-06 Remittance Adjustment F0rm

M0nthly schedule 0f weekly bank Remittance by Bank


CP-107
branches

CP-108 Remittance Adjustment Processed

CP-109 Divisional C0llections Cash B00k

CP-110 List of Surcharge Levied in error

CP-117 Monthly Report 0f Bill Adjustment

CP-118 List 0f Disconnection 0rders (T0 remove Equipment )

CP-119 0utstanding Disconnections 0rders

List 0f 0utstanding Disconnection 0rders ( T0 Remove


CP-120
Equipment )

CP-121 0utstanding Disconnection 0rders ( Aging )

CP-122 Security Deposits Adjusted Against Debtors

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CP-123 Energy Debtors Arrears Analysis

CP-124 Consumer Batch Control Book

CP-125 Daily Cash Exception List

CP-126 Weekly List 0f Cash received on behalf 0f 0ther Divisions

CP-127 Weekly List 0f Cash postings made by 0ther Divisions

Monthly Summary 0f Cash Received on behalf 0f 0ther


CP-128
Divisions

CP-129 Monthly List of Journal Adjustments

CP-130 Inter Divisional J0urnal Adjustments

CP-131 Inter Divisional Unidentified Cash Adjustment

CP-132 Inter Office Transaction Processed ( Output –Daily )

CP-133 Inter 0ffice Transactions Processed ( 0ut put-Monthly)

Master Data Addition/Change F0rm (C0nnections up to 40


CP-134
KW)

Security C0st 0f Servace Accounts and Reconnection F ee

CP-135 received through demand notice cash books and through inter

0ffice –credit Advice

CP-138 Security Deposit Received/Adjusted and repaid (Input)

Transfer 0f C0nsumers Account from 0ne Batch t0 0ther


CP-139
within same Sub Division/Division

Inter Divisional Transfer 0f C0nsumers Account from 0ne


CP-140
Division t0 0ther

CP-141 Applicati0n for extension 0f load

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. www.wapda.govt.pk

2. www.Pesco.govt.pk

3. WAPDA Commercial Procedures Power Wing 2nd Edition.

4. Gul wali khan Commercial Superintendent.

5. Abid Ali Shah Commercial Assistant , Billing Section.

6. Muhmmad Hanif Khan Commercial Assistant , Billing Section.

7. Afser Jamal Khan Commercial Assistant , Banking Section.

8. Nisar Khan Supervisor , Banking Section.

9. Farhan Iqbal Account Assistant , Account Section.

10. Humar Ali shah Commercial Assistant , CRC Section.

11. Strategic Management 10th Edition , Fred R. David .

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