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DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCE
DEVELOPMENT
CENTRAL BOARD OF EXCISE & CUSTOMS
Presentation before Revenue Secretary
21st August 2014
DGHRD CBEC
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BRIEF HISTORY
•
The Directorate of Housing and Welfare set up on 27th June 2002 for handling the
work of Ad VIII (EC), concerning approval of infrastructure projects.
•
The Directorate General of HRD created on 18th November 2008 by merging
Directorate of Housing and Welfare and the Directorate Organizational &
Personnel Management.
•
The administration of the Customs & Central Excise Welfare Fund
DGHRD in July, 2009.
•
Expenditure Management Cell (EMC) created in April 2011 to take over Budget
related functions of IFU.
transferred to
Functions of DGHRD
Organization & Personnel Management
Infrastructure Management
Administration of Welfare Fund
Expenditure & Budgetary Management
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DGHRD ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
DGHRD
CUSTOMS & CENTRAL EXCISE
(w.e.f. 01.12.2008)
INFRASTRUCTURE
AND WELFARE WING
HRM WING
EXPENDITURE
MANAGEMENT
WING
(w.e.f. 01.04.2011)
CAPACITY
BUILDING &
STRATEGIC VISION
DIVISION
PERFORMANCE
MANAGEMENT
DIVISION
WELFARE
DIVISION
INFRASTRUCTURE
DIVISION
CADRE
MANAGEMENT
DIVSION
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HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT (HRM)
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Cadre management division
Cadre Restructuring Cell
 Periodical reorganization / restructuring of the field formations under the CBEC.
 Periodical and Regular Cadre Review of all Group ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ & ‘D’ cadres mainstream as well as technical.
 Cadre Management, including cadre restructuring, of all Group ‘A’ and ‘B’
Technical Cadres such as Chemical, Press, Telecommunication and Marine grades
Policy Cell
 Preparation and maintenance of Integrated Seniority List, Settlement of fixation of
Seniority related disputes pertaining to Suptds. And AOs;
 Preparation of comprehensive data base about human resources available with the
Department of Central Excise, Service Tax and Customs.
 Preparation of Half Yearly Brochure of SS/ WS in different grades under CBEC
 Providing support to the administrative section of CBEC on all aspects pertaining
to staff of CBEC
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Cadre management division(contd.)
Recruitment Rule Cell
 Framing and fine tuning of the draft Recruitment Rules for various Group ‘A’ ‘B’ and
‘C’ grades as per the DOP&T guidelines;.
 Collection and compilation of direct recruitment vacancies for recruitment in various
Group ‘A’ ‘B’ and ‘C’ grades through Union Public Service Commission and Staff
Selection Commission, as the case may be, as per the DOP&T guidelines;
Centralised Data Bank
 Maintenance of data including HOPs of IRS (C&CE) Officers
 Providing assistance to the CBEC for Annual General TransfersProviding all details
pertaining to vacancies arising in different grades for transfer and promotions done by
Ad. II CBEC
 Providing details of staff to Election Commission as and when elections are held in the
states and in the Centre
 Compilation and submission of disposition of IRS (C&CE) officers on a monthly basis
 Preparation of Civil List of IRS (C&CE) officers on annual basis
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Cadre management division(contd.)
Cell for Regularization of Promotions to and within Group ‘A’
• Collection of documents from all over India pertaining to conduct of DPC
• Providing assistance to Ad.II in preparation for submission of all requisite
materials to UPSC for conduct of DPC
Cell for the proposals for CRB posts
• Processing of the proposals for creation of posts in various grades for ICDs/ CFSs/
Seaport/ ACCs / Airports received from the Chief Commissioners.
• Processing of the proposals for Grant of exemption from payment of cost recovery
charges to the custodians of the aforesaid formations.
• Processing of the proposals for continuation / regularization of CRB posts.
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Performance management division
Process of digitalisation of ACRs of IRS(C&CE) officers commenced in
December 2012 . The highlights of management of ACR/APAR includes:

Scanning ACRs/APARs of all IRS (C&CE) officers w.e.f. 1976 till date. Approx.
5.20 Lakh APAR sheets , pertaining to 2443 officers, have been scanned and
digitised.
 APARs stored sequentially in compactors with proper indexing in expandable
folders
 Software developed to load and retrieve all archived data and develop reports.
Software has capability to : (a) Upload all ACRs (b) Display all ACRs (c) Provide
login and password to all officers to enable them to view their APARs 08-09
onwards.
 Grading sheets for batches 1976 to 2011 have already been digitized. Grading
sheets and ACR/APAR digitalisation for left out cases and current APARs is in
progress.
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Capacity building & strategic vision division
Tasks of this Division is currently being under
taken by National Academy of Customs, Excise
and Narcotics
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CADRE RESTRUCTURING PLAN APPROVED IN 2014
CADRE
Existing
Strength
Approved
Strength
Group A
(IRS(C&CE)
2485
5594
1960
3634
Group A (Others),
B&C
64323
79281
48948
30333
TOTAL CADRE
STRENGTH
66808
84875
50908
33967
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Working
Vacancies viz a
Strength (As
viz Revised
on 01.01.2014)
Strnegth
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Grade-wise Pre and Post Cadre Restructuring Strength in
IRS (C&CE)
Sl. No. Grade
Pre-CR SS
Post-CR SS increase
1
Pr. Chief Commr. (Apex)
0
14
14
2
Chief Commissioner (HAG+)
0
38
38
3
Pr. Commissioner (HAG)
47*
100
53
4
Commissioner (SAG)
295
340
45
5
Addl./ Jt. Commr. (NFSG/JAG)
593
932
339
6
Dy. Commissioner (STS)
601
801
200
7
Asst. Commr. (JTS) Regular
949
1249
300
Asst. Commissioner (JTS) Temporary
0
2118
2118
*Presently designated as Chief Commissioner
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Grade-wise Pre and Post Cadre Restructuring Strength in
other cadres
Sl. No.
Grade
Pre-CR SS
1
Superintendents (Central
Excise/Customs preventive/ Appraiser)
13948
19108
5160
2
Inspector(Central Excise/Preventive
Officer/Examiner)
20163
25203
5040
3
CAO
155
349
194
4
AO
984
1600
616
5
Executive Assistant
5197
4850
-347
6
Tax Assistant
5432
6432
1000
7
Drivers (all grades)
2090
1385
-705
8
Havaldar & Head Havaldar
12614
15190
2576
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Post-CR SS Increase/d
ecrease
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CADRE RESTRUCTURING- ROAD AHEAD
 Issue of jurisdictional notification of the field
formation
 Carving out of Division / Range/sub formations
of directorates and staffing thereof
 Filling up of posts of various grades by promotion
and direct recruitment
 Amendments in the Recruitment Rules, wherever
necessary
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INFRASTRUCTURE & WELFARE
WING
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FUNCTIONS OF INFRASTRUCTURE & WELFARE WING
•
Development & Maintenance of office and Residential infrastructure of CBEC across
the country.
•
Processing proposals relating to purchase of land, construction of office/residential
accommodation, purchase of Ready Built accommodation and repair &
maintenance of existing infrastructure for submission to the Ministry for a/a & e/s.
•
Processing proposals relating to hiring of Office Accommodation for submission to
the Ministry.
•
Making budgetary projections for major Heads 4059 & 4216 as well as for minor
works under Heads 2037, 2038 & 2216 and allocation of funds to various HoDs
under these heads.
•
Maintenance of CBEC Asset register.
•
Administration of Customs & Central Excise Welfare Fund
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Size & Value of CBEC’s Assets
Land
12.6
lakh sqm.
24.69
lakh sqm.
Constructed Assets
Utilized
10.01
lakh sqm
8.79
LAKH SQM
Vacant
Offices
Residential
Value of Assets (Rs. In Cr.)
Land
2643
Offices
2243
Residences
2767
Total
7653
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Infrastructure Challenges
Medium Term Goals - Offices
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Existing Office Space
20.35
20
Hired Offices
Space Required post
CR
15
12.32
10
5
Owned Office Space
MEDIUM TERM GOAL
8.79
3.53
50% increase of owned space
(13.19 lakh sqm)
Funds Reqd.– Rs. 2363 Cr.
0
Office Space (lakh sqm)
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Infrastructure Challenges
Medium Term Goals – Residential Accommodation.
45000
Existing
40343
40000
Required
35000
Shortage
30000
26397
Medium Term Goal
25000
20172
20000
15000
MEDIUM TERM GOAL
13946
Adding 6226 Res. Units
(5.21 lakh sqm)
10000
5000
50% of satisfaction norm.
0
No. of Residential DGHRD
UnitsCBEC
Funds Reqd.– Rs. 2238 Cr.
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Infrastructure Challenges
Maintenance of Existing Infrastructure.
120
Projections BE 2014-15
100
100
Allocations BE 2014-15
88.38
Immediate Requirements
80
60
GOAL
40
27.42
20
0
Funds for Repair & Maintenance (Rs.DGHRD
In Cr)
CBEC
5% of book value of assets
(Rs. 5010 Cr.) be allocated
yearly
(At present - 0.54%)
Increase delegation to field
formations
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INFRASTRUCTURE CHALLENGES - GENERAL
Construction
Purchase of
Land/RBA
Hiring
• High cost estimates of CPWD/PWOs
• Low priority in allocation of funds by CPWD/MoUD
• Time taken to obtain a/a & e/s
• High cost
• Difficulty of finding suitable locations.
• Budgetary allocations
• Delay in getting Rent Reasonability Certificate (RRC) from CPWD
• Unwillingness on part of landlords to accept rents as per RRC
• Budgetary constraints.
• Poor maintenance & Upkeep of existing hired buildings
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INFRASTRUCTURE SANCTIONED IN LAST 3 YEARS
2011-12
Office
Land
Construc
tion
RBA
2012-13
Area (in sqm.)
Resi.
Office
Resi.
2013-14
Area (in sqm.)
Office
Resi.
Area (Sqm)
12063 12546
5931
32140
2421
Value (Cr.)
20.72
19.26
4.01
52.05
7.96
Area (Sqm)
9667
2026
12726
30075
4106
---
Value (Cr.)
47.28
34.07
52.72
37.69
Area (Sqm)
---
---
---
---
---
---
Value (Cr.)
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Steps taken in last one year…….
PROJECTS SANCTIONED
Lucknow
New Office Building in Gomti Nagar for Rs 88 Cr.
Bangalore
RTI NACEN construction in full swing
Patiala & Rajamhundry
Construction completed. Offices inaugurated
Chandigarh
Construction of 3 Type VI bungalows sanctioned
IMP. PROPOSALS THAT WILL BE SUBMITTED BY SEPT. 2014
NBCC Centre Delhi
Office for Service Tax for Rs. 196 Crore
Guwahati
Purchase of office building for Rs. 93 Cr.
Suleman Shah,Mumbai
Construction of Office Bldg. (Rs. 1037 Cr.)
Dwarka, New Delhi
Construction of 256 flats (T- VI, V,IV) for Rs 211 Cr
Nangal Raya, Delhi
Construction of Office for Cex Delhi-2. (Rs. 32 Cr.)
Panchkula & Rohtak
Construction
of CBEC
Office Buildings.
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Important Budget Allocations in BE 2014-15
CPWD Grant ( No. 104)
Rs. 12.73 Cr.
Purchase of land for Service Tax, Ahmedabad
Rs. 12.95 Cr.
Purchase of land at Solina, Srinagar
Rs. 4.13 Cr.
Construction of Office Building at Vapi
Rs. 14 Cr.
Construction of Residential Flats at Surat
Rs. 5.72 Cr.
Final payment for land at Khargar, Mumbai.
Rs. 9.5 Cr.
Construction of Residential Flats at Lucknow.
Rs. 4 Cr.
Construction of Residential Qtrs at Mangalore.
CBEC Grant (No. 44)
Rs 7.76 Cr.
Purchase of land at Hapur
Rs. 4.01 Cr.
Purchase of land at Tirupati
Rs. 5.5 Cr.
Purchase of land at Shillong
Rs. 39 Cr
Purchase of Office at Guwhati
Rs. 67 Cr.
Construction of RTIs at Bangalore & Hyderabad and Office building
at Nangal Raya, New Delhi.
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IDENTIFIED IMPORTANT PROJECTS
Sanction & Fund Allocation for these Projects
Fund Requirement
(Rs in Cr.)
A. Construction
Total
RE 14-15
BE 15-16
Office Building at Suleman Shah, Mumbai (64183 sqm)
1037
14
252
211
42
80
RTI, NACEN, Hyderabad
49
20
20
Office for Central Excise Delhi at Nangal Raya, Delhi
32
20
12
105
55
20
196
63
133
93
39
54
119
119
0
Res. flats at Dwarka, Delhi (256 flats)
Purchase of land and construction of RTI, NACEN, Nolumbur, Chennai
B. Purchase of Ready Built Office
NBCC Centre Okhla for Service Tax Delhi (8377 sqm)
Office from Housefed at Guwhati for Central Excise (9660 sqm)
C.Purchase of land at Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Cuddappah & Delhi
D. Repair,
Maintenance & Up gradation
Total Additional Requirement for Specific Projects
80
80
332
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Directions given to CCs & DGs in CC Conference
•
Motto of Each One Build One adopted – CCs to submit complete proposals in
respect of identified projects by 31/9/14.
•
Assess additional space requirements post CR and submit concrete proposals
not later than 15/9/14 for budgeting in RE 2014-15/BE 2015-16.
•
Maintain active dialogue with executing agencies to ensure economy in
estimates- high cost the biggest factor in delays.
•
Set up project Monitoring Units (PMUs) for monitoring proposals relating to
important projects.
•
Ensure that funds allocated for Repair & Maintenance are spent. Likely
savings, if any, to be surrendered by November 2014 for timely reallocation.
•
Furnish comprehensive proposals by 15/9/14 for one time major repairs/upgradation of Office/Res. infrastructure for allocation of funds in BE 2015-16
under lump sum grants under heads
4059/4216.
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CBEC
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Directions given to CCs & DGs in CC Conference(contd.)
• Examine possibility of exchanging idle land assets for suitably located land
parcels through dialogue with State Govts./local authorities.
• Relocate non-essential usage of office space to peripheral locations for
freeing centrally located valuable office space.
• Explore possibility of acquiring Salt Lands.
• Furnish estimates for RE 2014-15 & BE 2015-16 under Heads
2037,2038,2216, 4059 & 4216 by 31/8/14 backed by concrete proposals.
• Furnish reports for up-dation of Asset Register by 30/9/2014.
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Each one build one………
Chief Commissioner/DG
Project
CENTRAL EXCISE
Ahmedabad
Service Tax Building, Ahmedabad
Bengaluru
To be identified by CC
Bhopal
Central Excise Office, Arera Hills, Bhopal
Bhubaneshwar
Construction of Office at Cuttack.
Chandigarh
2.87 acres of land for Office in Sector 38 A, Chandigarh
Chennai
To be identified by CC
Cochin
Construction of Quarters at Chilavanoor, Cochin
Coimbatore
Construction of Division Building at Dindigul
Delhi
Purchasing NBCC Place, Okhla, New Delhi for Service Tax
Hyderabad
Purchase of 4 acres land for Office at Khajaguda, Hyderabad
Jaipur
Construction of Office Building at Bhilwara
Kolkata
Construction of Office Building at Kalyani. Kolkatta - III
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Each one build one………
Chief Commissioner/DG
Project
CENTRAL EXCISE (contd.)
Lucknow
Construction of Office Building & Res. Qtrs. at Rae Barelli
Meerut
Construction of Office Building at Hapur
Mumbai - I
Up-gradation of Residential Infrastructure
Mumbai – II
Construction of Office/Residences at Khargar
Mysore
Construction of Office at Udipi.
Nagpur
Construction of Office/Res.Qtrs. at Nanded
Pune
Augmentation of Office Space at Pune.
Ranchi
To be identified by CC
Shillong
Procurement of land at Shillong for Office
Vadodra
Completion of project at Surat, Vapi and Valsad.
Visakhapatnam
Construction of Office at Tirupati
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Each one build one………
Chief Commissioner/DG
Project
CUSTOMS/CUSTOMS PREVENTIVE
Ahmedabad
Construction of Annex Bldg at Custom House, Ahmedabad
Bengaluru
To be identified by CC
Chennai
Redevelopment of Nungambakkam complex
Delhi
Augmentation of Office Space for ICD Tuglakabad
Delhi (Prev.)
Procurement of Office space for Customs Prev. Delhi.
Kolkatta
Construction of Multi Storey Res. Complex at Salt Lake City
Mumbai – I
Suleman Shah – Office & Residences
Mumbai – II
To be identified by CC
Mumbai – III
Augmentation of Office Infrastructure at Nhava Sheva
Patna
Construction of Office Building at Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
Thiruchirapalli (Prev.)
Acquiring salt land at Tuticorin
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ACTION TAKEN FOR SALT LANDS
• Proposal for transfer of 4.475 Acres of vacant Salt Pan Land in Tuticorin for
building of office and residential infrastructure for Office of Commissioner of
Customs, Tuticorin forwarded by Finance Secretary to Secretary (IPP) on
15/1/14 – Pending.
• Proposal for transfer of 0.5 Acres of vacant Salt Pan Land in Kakinada for
building of office and residential infrastructure for Office of Deputy
Commissioner of Central Excise, Kakinada under Commissioner, Vizag
forwarded by DGHRD to Joint Secretary (IPP) on 3/7/14 – Pending.
• Joint Secretary (IPP) requested vide ADG, DGHRD DO dated 5/8/14 to supply
information regarding vacant & surplus salt lands that could be utilized by
CBEC for setting up office and residential infrastructure for its field
formations.
• CCs also asked to take the matter up with local salt Commissioners.
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DELEGATION OF FINANCIAL POWERS TO HoDs
Items of Expenditure
PRESENT LIMIT
DESIRABLE LIMIT
1.
Repair and maintenance work in
buildings owned by the Department
(‘Minor Works’)
Rs. 30 Lakhs
Rs. 1 Crore
2.
Purchase of Diesel Generating set
Rs. 15 Lakh
per annum per building
for each HOD
Rs. 30 Lakhs
per annum per building for each HOD
S.
No.
3.
Repair and
buildings.
4.
‘Original Works’ (through CPWD) on Rs. 1 Crore to the CCs,
Department land and buildings where
funds are provided by MOUD.
5.
Hiring of Office Accommodation
alterations
of
hired Rs. 50,000/- in a year,
non-recurring.
Monthly Rental ofRs. 3 lakh in Group A &
A1 cities.
Rs. 1.5 lakh in other
cities.
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Rs. 2 Lakhs in a year,
non-recurring.
The financial powers upto Rs. One Cr. should be
delegated to CCs for projects funded out of non
CPWD/MoUD funds also i.e. MoFinance Funds.
Monthly Rental ofRs. 5 lakh in Group A & A1 cities.
Rs. 2 lakh in other cities.
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COMPARISON OF CBEC AND CBDT GRANTS UNDER
MAJOR HEAD 4059 Demand No 42/44 i.e
Department’s Own Funds.(Rs. In Cr.)
Financial Year
4059
4216
CBEC
CBDT
CBEC
CBDT
2009-10
50
602
19.8
15
2010-11
132
1678
11
NA
2011-12
40
877
4
27
2012-13
28
777
4
30
2013-14
48
588
1.34
NA
2014-15
133.5
700
4.5
50
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CUSTOMS & CENTRAL EXCISE
WELFARE FUND
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CUSTOMS & CENTRAL EXCISE WELFARE FUND
•
Three funds created in the year 1985 with approval of the Finance Minister as part
of review of the Reward Scheme to percolate benefits to larger no. of officers.
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
the Customs & Central Excise Welfare Fund,
the Performance Award Fund, and
the Special Equipment Fund
Financed through transfer of 10% of the sale proceeds of confiscated goods, fines
and penalties in offence cases realized and sustained in appeal/revision etc. from
the year 1985-86 onwards
•
Objectives - to finance various welfare schemes for staff and their families and
acquisition of ‘anti-smuggling equipment of a specialized nature’.
•
Customs and Central Excise Welfare Fund and Customs and Central Excise
Performance Award Fund merged into an one fund, called the Customs and
Central Excise Welfare Fund in 2006.DGHRD CBEC
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CUSTOMS & CENTRAL EXCISE WELFARE FUND
Distribution of the credits amongst two funds:
The 10% amount to be transferred to the two funds is as under:
(i)
Customs and Central Excise Welfare Fund: 5%
(ii)
Customs Special Equipment Fund
: 5%
Administration of Funds: Funds are centrally administered by a
Governing Body comprising of the following:
(i)
Chairman, CBEC
Convener
(ii)
All Members of the CBEC Members
(iii)
Financial Adviser
Member
(iv)
Addl. Director General (I&W)
Member-Secretary
Coverage : All Officers of CBEC including officers posted out on
deputation.
Audit : Fund subject to statutory audit by C&AG and internel audit by
CCA
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WELFARE FUND CREDIT & UTILIZATION CYCLE
Pr. CCA intimates value of confiscated goods, fines, penalties realized
Amounts sanctioned by the
Governing Body after concurrence
of IFU
Proposals received from Field
Formattions under various Schemes
duly recommended by Advisory
Commtt.
10% of the value transferred from Major Account
2037 (Cus.) to Minor Head (Reserve Fund &
Deposit Acc.) In DDG
Ministry's sanction obtained for transfer of
budgeted amounts to PD Accounts managed by
the Governing Body
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IMP WELFARE SCHEMES UNDER WELFARE FUND
•
•
Providing Financial Assistance for Reimbursing Medical Expenses
Providing ex-gratia financial assistance in cases of death
• Cash Award Scheme
• Scholarship Scheme
•
Providing financial assistance to field formations for setting up Guest Houses,
Canteens/Kitchenettes, crèches, gymnasium /sport centers
• Cash Awards for winning medals in sports and financial assistance for
participation in sports
• Scheme for providing financial assistance for adventure sports
• Scheme for the support of Girl Child
• Scheme of Funding of Matriculation Studies through Open School for
uniformed Cadres in Group ‘C’ (erstwhile Group ‘D”staff:)
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AMOUNTS SANCTIONED UNDER VARIOUS SCHEMES
FROM WELFARE FUND (Rs. in lakhs)
TOTAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GIVEN
300
250
200
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
275.24
700.56
580.61
239.12
185.75
159
150
100
96.63
99.52
92.98
72.32
59
50
27.75
97.35
50.65
52.1
45.56 38.05
11.86
79.18
78.74
20.38
10.75
8.74
12.23
9.53
9.2
0
2011-12
2012-13
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2013-14
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EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT
CELL
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ORIGIN , CONCEPT & BACKGROUND OF
EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT CELL
EXPENDITURE
MANAGEMENT CELL DGHRD,
CBE&C, N.DELHI
• BUDGET ISSUES
RELATING TO GRANT NO :
44 –INDIRECT TAXES,
CBE&C
INTEGRATED FINANCIAL UNIT
Budget & Appropriation,
• NODAL OFFICER : ADG,
EMC,(DGHRD) W.E.F
01.04.2011; MANAGEMENT
OF EXPENDITURE BUDGET
MOF(DOR), CBE&C
Realistic assessment , better co-ordination & operational
efficiency
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CHARTER OF DUTIES
i.
To issue the Budget Circular as prescribed by the Budget Division,
Department of Economic Affairs;
ii. To examine the Budget proposals received from various constituent
formations/units under the Grant;
iii. To consolidate the position at each stage of the Budget exercise i.e.
Budget Estimates (B.E.), Revised Budget Estimates (R.B.E.) and Final
Requirement (F.R.) and submit the same to F.A. (Finance) for
consideration and further action;
iv. To allocate object head wise approved provisions to respective Budget
controlling authorities;
v. To prepare the Statement of Budget Estimates (SBE’s) for inclusion in the
relevant Budget documents; DGHRD CBEC
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CHARTER OF DUTIES
Contd/…
vi. To monitor the progress in Expenditure vis-a`vis
Sanctioned Grant and
submit the Monthly and Quarterly Expenditure Review to F.A. for further
action;
vii. To propose re-appropriation orders, surrender of savings etc. to F.A. for
concurrence/approval of the competent authority;
viii.To finalize the Appropriation Accounts in consultation with Principal CCA,
CBEC and submit to F.A. for concurrence;
ix. To take necessary action in respect of the examination by the Standing
Committee on Finance on Detailed Demand for Grant;
x. Any other work related to budgetary/expenditure management allocated
by the C.B.E.C
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•
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•
•
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•
Issues pertaining to Expenditure
management
Presently there are 108 budgetary authorities
All CCs & DGs, except CC Ranchi, are budgetary authorities.
others have Commissioners.
In addition at 55ommissioners are BAs mainly in outlying
Commissionerates/LTUs.
EMC had moved a proposal for making only CCs as
Budgetary Authorities. Proposal not agreed to by IFU/DOE.
Post cadre restructuring no. of budgetary authorities will
increase by 10.
EMC has again moved the proposal for making only CC/DG
as budgetary authority post cadre restructuring.
This may give tremendous flexibility for proper allocation
within zone as per requirement.
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Budgeting & Cadre Restructuring
• Additional funds already budgeted for CR in BE 14-15
Head
OE
Amount (Rs. In Cr.)
80
Salaries
750
RRT
68
• er
• New formations being mapped to existing Budgetary
Authorities, with Service Tax CCs being made new BAs.
• All new executive Commissioners & Audit Commissioners
will be made HoDs.
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THANK YOU
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