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Section 4(1)(b)(i)

PARTICULARS OF ORGANISATION FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

The Department for Women, children Disabled and Senior Citizens,  is a Unit in the Telangana Secretariat Organization, in the Telangana Government. The organization of the Department is as follows:

OP Section:

Department Claims, Budget, Staff Increments, Discipline, Regularization, Probation, Loans & Advances, Stationery, Phones, Vehicles, Surrender of Leave, GPF, Festival Advance, LTC, Medical Reimbursement,  Coordination, Collector’s Conference, Video Conference, Meetings of HODs, Assembly & Council matters, RTI Act, HODs Budget, BE, RE, Demand & Outcome Budget, Five Year Plans, Plan & Non-Plan Schemes, SCSP, TSP , C&AG Reports.

Estt.Section:

          Service matters, Court Cases and other issues of all employees working under the control of Women Development & Child Welfare, Welfare of Disabled and Senior Citizens Juvenile Welfare, Correctional Services & Welfare of Street Children.

           Vigilances and Disciplinary cases and any other issues of all employees working under the control of Women Development & Child Welfare, Welfare of Disabled and Senior Citizens Juvenile Welfare, Correctional Services & Welfare of Street Children any other related issues.

Schemes Section:

 

 ICDS, IGMSY, SABLA, KSY, APWCFC, APWC, Domestic Voilence Act 2005, and Sexual harassment at work place, Women Reservation, Women and Children Licencing  Act, 1956, Women related matters and any other related issues. SWADHAR STEP, UJWALA, NORAD, Compulsory marriage registration Act ICPS, SCPCR, Child Related matters, Schemes, Service and Vigilance matters of all employees working under the control of Disabled Welfare Department, Subject relating to Transgenders

 any other Related issues.

Section 4 (1) (b) (ii)

THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES.

The Department for Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens  is headed by Secretary and he is assisted with Joint Secretary- 1, Assistant Secretary -1, Section Officers – 3, Assistant Section Officers-6.  

The Business of Department for Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens is divided into 3 Sections, i.e., Schemes, Establishment & OP Section.

The main powers and duties of the Officers and employees are

  1. Secretary (IAS) : - The Secretary is responsible for careful observance of the Business Rules and Secretariat Instructions in the transaction of Business in his Department. He exercise general supervision and control over the staff under him and is responsible for ensuring that the members of the staff do the work allotted to them efficiently and expeditiously. It is his duty to take efficient steps for the prompt dispatch of business in his Department.

  2. Joint Secretary : He/She is in charge of all matters relating to Department for Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens .

  3. Assistant Secretary:- The Assistant Secretary exercise control over the sections placed in his charge with regard to dispatch of business and in regard to discipline.

  4. Section Officers:- Section Officer is in-charge of the section of the Department. He is assisted with 2 Assistant Section Officers and he is responsible for all files relating to the subjects allotted to the Assistant Section officers working under his control. He is directly responsible to the Officers under whom he works for the efficient and expeditious dispatch of Business in all stages in the Section. The Training of the ASOs working under his control is one of his principal functions. He must see that his Assistant Section Officers exercise proper selection in their work and that really emergent matters are given immediate attention. He will not merely a Section Officer but will himself undertake to deal with the more difficult or important papers, requiring such assistance from Assistant Section Officers as he may find necessary. He is responsible for the accuracy if the notes and drafts proceeding from his section. He cannot throw that responsibility on his ASOs. He is not expected to express views or to suggest what orders should be passed on a case except when there is clear precedent or the case is of a routine nature or the orders necessarily follow from some provision of law or rule. He should check the correctness of facts stated in any note or draft which may have been added to the file after it was submitted for orders as soon as it returns to the Section and before the draft is issued or the case is passed on to another Deparment. He maintains discipline in his Section and sees that his orders or instructions are not disputed or disregarded by the Assistant Section Officers.

 

  1. Section Officer

          The main duties of Asst. Section Officer in a section are to reference the communications properly and to assist the Section Officer in dealing with cases relating to his section. He/She is expected to do work of a routing and mechanical nature such as maintaining the prescribed Register, typing drafts, fair copying dispatching and indexing.

 

  1. Stenographers (P.S. to Spl. C.S. to Govt. / S.C. Steno/Sr. Steno/Jr. Steno)

          The Stenographers working as P.S. to Spl. C.S. to Govt. renders assistance to the officers and such other items of work as are entrusted to them.

 

  1. Data Entry Operator – Working on outsourcing basis and attend to the computer work i.e. Data Entry and render assistance to the Officers / Sections as entrusted to them by the officers.

 

  1. Office Subordinate – He/She will attend to the work entrusted by the officers.

 

  1. Drivers – Discharges duty as Driver in the department.

 

Section 4(1) (b) (iii)

THE PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY

 

The Proposals of the Heads of Departments under the administrative control of the Department for Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens used to receive in Tappal Section. On receipt of the same the tappal Clerk gives Tappal Number and keep all Tappal papers in a separate Tappal Book and send it to the Officers concerned. On perusal of Tappal by the concerned Officers, send back to the concerned Sections. The concerned Assistant Section Officers make an entry in the Personal Register and put up the same in the shape of a file with relevant extracts of Acts and Rules and submit the file to the concerned Section Officer. The Section Officer scrutinize the file and write his remarks and pass on the file to the concerned Assistant Secretary to Government. The Assistant Secretary to Government scrutinize the file and pass on the file to the Secretary through the concerned Special Secretary/ Joint Secretary/Dy. Secretary files will be circulated to Minister/Chief Minister as prescribed in the Business Rules and Secretariat Instructions.

 

 

Section 4 (1) (b) (iv)

THE NORMS SET BY IT FOR THE DISCAHRGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS

The usual Office hours are from 10-30 A.M. to 5-00 P.M. After signing in the Attendance Register, all staff must be in their seats and start work not later than the prescribed hour. They will however be allowed grace time of ten minutes when there is real need.

In Departments of the Secretariat, a daily detention list is submitted punctually in the prescribed form. The abstracts of pendency should be prepared showing only the current numbers of cases pending for ( a) over three months, (b) over six months (c) over one year utilized, along with detention lists, to check delays.

The Service delivery time frame for the services rendered by the Department are given below.

  1. Citizen Related: Complaints of Domestic

Violence & Child abuse, etc., ------------------- 3 days.

  1. Routine matters -------------------03 days

  • Other than routine matters -----------------------10 days

  1. (Ex. Policy decision files)

  2. References/Letters from other Departments (inter departmental)

Routine matters  ------------- 03 days

Ex. U.O. Notes, files

Other than routine matters  ----------------07 days

Ex. Policy decision files

Section 4 (i) (b) (V)

THE RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING ITS FUNCTIONS.

In discharging functions the Department used to follow the following manuals and the Records.

  1. The AP Govt., Business Rules & Secrretariat Instruction.

  2. Secretariat Office Manual

  3. Fundamental Rules.

  4. AP Civil Service (CCA) Rules, 1991.

  5. AP Civil Service(Conduct) Rules, 1964.

  6. The AP State & Subordinate Service Rules.

  7. Rules for the Grant of Miscellaneous Loans and Advances to Govt. Servants.

  8. The AP Integrated Medical attendance Rules, 1972.

  9. The AP Secretariat Subordinate Service Rules.

  10. State Civil Services (Safeguarding of National Security) Rules.

  11. State Civil Services (War Service Personal) Recruitment Rules.

  12. The AP Ministrarial Rules.

  13. The AP Last Grade Service Rules

  14. The AP General Provident Fund Rules.

  15. The AP Employees Group Insurance Rules.

  16. The AP Govt., Life Insurance Rules.

  17. AP Allotment of Government Quarters Rules, 1973.

  18. All India Service Rules.

  19. AP Travelling Allowance Rules including L.T.C.

  20. AP Spl. Commissioner Establishment & AP Govt. Guests House, New Delhi

 Service Rules, 1993.

  1. Petition Rules.

  2. AP Residential Comm. Establishment and AP Govt. Guest House, New Delhi

  3. Subordinate Service Rules, 2001.

  4. Protocol Manual, 1966.

  5. Rules governing the provision of accommodation to guests at AP Guest,

     House at New Delhi.

  1. Indian Air Craft Manual (Compilation of the Legislation and rules governing Civil Aviation in india).

  2. AP Buildings (Lease, Rent and Eviction) Control Act, 1960 Admission of.

  3. The Hyderabad Houses (Rent, eviction and Lease) Control Act, 1954

  4. AP Requisitioning of Buildings Act, 1954 Admission of.

  5. The Conservation of foreign Exchange and Prevention of smuggling Activities Act, 1974.

  6. The Prevention of Black Marketing and Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act, 1980.

  7. The Prevention of Dangerous, Activities of Activities of Bootleggers, Dacoits,

  8. Drug Offenders, goondas, immoral traffic offenders and land grabbers Act,1986.

  9. The Indian Explosives Act, 1884.

  10. The Conservation of Foreign Exchange & Prevention of Smuggling Activities Act, 1974.

  11. The AP Suppression of Disturbances Act, 1948.

  12. The AP Telangana and Public Security Measures Act, 1951.

  13. Representation of People Act, 1951.

  14. The prevention of Speculation in Immovable Act, 1954 Admission of

  15. AP Delimitation Commission.

  16. Holidays including those under the Negotiable Instruments Act.

  17. AP Lokayukta and Upalokayukta, Act, 1983.

  18. The AP payment of salaries and pension and removal of Disqualifications Act, 1953.

  19. The Commissioner of Inquiries Act, 1952 (as amended by the Commissioner of Inquiry (Amendment) Act, 1971.

  20. AP Public Security Act, 1992.

  21. The AP Preventive Detention Act.

  22. The National Security Act.

  23. Framing of Adhoc Rules in respect of Temporary posts.

  24. , of India instructions for the long/ short term training programmes,

  25. Seminars, workshops funded by the Govt. of India/foreign agency through

      Govt., of India.

  1. Rules governing allotment transit type quarters at Kundan Bagh to Senior

       Officers as temporary accommodation.

  1. Rules governing the provision of accommodation to guests in Government

  2. Guest Houses at Hyderabad.

  3. Guidelines on use of Jubilee Hall at Public Garden, Hyderabad.

  4. Instructions on observance of courtesies in dealing with Members of

   Parliament and State Legislature.

  1. Instructions in regard to action to be taken in cases where Government

 servants are involved in misappropriation of Government money or convicted on criminal cases.

  1. Instructions in regard to appointment of son/daughter/spouse of

 Government servants who die in harness while in service/retire on medical grounds.  

  1. Instructions in regard to transfer of Government employees from one place to another.

Section 4 (1) (b) (vi)

A STATEMENT OF THE CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL

  1. Government Order (Miscellaneous)

  2. Government Order (Routine)

  3. Memorandum

  4. Letter

  5. O. Note

  6. Officer Order (Miscellaneous)

  7. Office Order (Routine)

  8. Endorsement

  9. O. Letter

  10. Circular Memo

 

Section 4 (1) (b) (vii)

THE PARTICULARS OF ANY ARRANGEMENT THAT EXISTS FOR CONSULTATION WITH OR REPRESENTATION BY THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF.

NIL

 

 

Section 4 (1) (b) (viii)

A STATEMENT OF 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 THESE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC OR THE MINUTES OF SUCH MEETINGS ARE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC.           

  1. The Managing Director,

     Telangana State Women Development Cooperative Corporation, Hyderabad.

  1. The Managing Director,

    Telangana Vikalangula Cooperative Corporation, Hyderabad.

  1. The Managing Director, Telangana Foods, Hyderabad.

  2. The Secretary, State Women Commission, T.S., Hyderabad.

  3. The Secretary, State Social Welfare Advisory Board, T.S., Hyderabad.

 

Section 4 (1) (b) (ix)

THE DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

  1. Sri M. Jagadeeshwar, IAS., Secretary to Government

  2. Smt V. Nirmala, Joint Secretary to Government

  3. Sri B. Saida, Assistant Secretary to Government

  4. Sri D. Sekhar, Section Officer

  5. Sri G. Prashanth Kumar, Section Officer

  6. Sri N. Vijaya Simha, Section Officer

  7. Smt B. Varalakshmi, Assistant Section Officer

  8. Smt S. Sunitha, Assistant Section Officer

  9. Sri R.Rajendhar, Assistant Section Officer

  10. Sri T. Venugopal, Assistant Section Officer

  11. Smt S. Durga Sowjanya, Assistant Section Officer

  12. Smt P. Jyothi, Assistant Section Officer

  13. Sri Syed Yaqoob, Section Assistant Grade-I

  14. Sri E. Janaki Ram, Driver

  15. Sri B. S. Dasarath, Cycle Orderly

  16. Sri A. Anand Kumar, Jamedhar

  17. Sri Iqbal, Office Subordinate

  18. Smt B. Asha Latha, Office Subordinate.

Section 4 (1) (b) (x)

THE MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN ITS RGULATIONS

 

  1. Sri M. Jagadeeshwar, IAS., Secretary to Government 2,50,002/-

  2. Smt V. Nirmala, Joint Secretary to Government              1,24,794/-

  3. Sri B. Saida, Assistant Secretary to Government    83,213/-

  4. Sri D. Sekhar, Section Officer                                69,408/-

  5. Sri G. Prashanth Kumar, Section Officer   60,655/-

  6. Sri N. Vijaya Simha, Section Officer 71,241/-

  7. Smt B. Varalakshmi, Assistant Section Officer, 87,299/-

  8. Smt S. Sunitha, Assistant Section Officer 54047/-

  9. Sri R.Rajendhar, Assistant Section Officer 45,858/-

  10. Sri T. Venugopal, Assistant Section Officer Rs.65,558/-

  11. Smt S. Durga Sowjanya, Assistant Section Officer   Rs.43,363/-

  12. Smt P. Jyothi, Assistant Section Officer  Rs.42,172/-

  13. Sri Syed Yaqoob, Section Assistant Grade-I  Rs.66,969/-

  14. Sri E. Janaki Ram, Driver Rs. /-

  15. Sri B. S. Dasarath, Cycle Orderly    Rs.57,361/-

  16. Sri A. Anand Kumar, Jamedhar Rs.65,838/-

  17. Sri Iqbal, Office Subordinate Rs.46,921/-

  18. Smt B. Asha Latha, Office Subordinate                        Rs.28,389/-

 

Section 4 (1) (b) (xi)


THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURE AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENTS MADE.

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THE ESTIMATE OF THE AMOUNTS FOR EXPENDITURE IN 2017-2018 UNDER NON-PLAN IN RESPECT OF DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN, CHILDREN DISABLED AND SENIOR CITIZENS SECRETARIAT DEPARTMENT IS RS.1,82,55,000/-. THERE ARE NO PLAN SCHEMES IN RESPECT OF SECRETARIAT DEPARTMENT.

 

Section 4 (1) (b) (xii)

THE MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS  ALLOCATED AND THE DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES.

Section 4 (1) (b) (xiii)

PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS PERMITS OR AUTHORISATIONS GRANTED BY IT.

---- NIL----

 

Section 4 (1) (b) (xiv)

DETAILS IN RESPECT OF THE INFORMATION, AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY IT REDUCED IN AN ELECTRONIC FORM.

 

The information is available in the following website

http://www.apic.gov.in

 

Section 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.

---- NIL----

 

Visitors with any problems will be permitted between 3 PM to 5 PM each day to meet any of the designated officials

 

Section 4 (1) (b) (xvi)

THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS

 

  1. Joint Secretary to Govt.,       - Appellate Authority

  2. Assistant Secretary to Govt.,   - Public Information Officer

  3. Section Officer    - Assistant Public Information Officer

Section 4 (1) (b) (xvii)

SUCH OTHER INFORMATION AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED AND THEREAFTER UPDATE THESE PUBLICATIONS EVERY YEAR

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NIL