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RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005

Mode of payment of fee for obtaining information under Right to Information Act’05.

Manual
A manual has been prepared by MSF to help you understand us, and to help you in exercising your right to information.

OBLIGATION OF PUBLIC AUTHORITY UNDER RTI ACT : 2005

Details to be furnished as per clause 4b of Chapter 2 :

4b(i) The Particulars of its organization functions and its duties :
Metal & Steel Factory, Ishapore near Kolkata is a unit under the Ordnance Factory Board, Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India. It is basically a metallurgical factory producing ferrous and non-ferrous materials and components through State-Of-Art steel making facilities available in the form of Electric Arc Furnace, Ladle Furnace Vacuum Degassing Unit, Electro Slug Re-melting Unit, Open Forging Press, Radial Forging Plant, Hot Rolling Mill etc. and Brass Melting Furnaces & Brass Rolling Mills. Also available are facilities for precision control Heat Treatment required to meet end use requirements and also facilities for manufacture of steel Cartridge Cases in a dedicated line for Deep Drawing Processes.

Duties of this unit are to supply primarily to defence sector. Ambitious diversification programs have been taken up to cater for the needs of Civil Market also. This is to keep MSF prepared and tuned to the fast changing global economic scenario.

This unit functions as per the Organization Chart shown in Enclosure - 'A'

4b(ii) Powers and duties of it's officers and employees :
Duties of it's officers are as follows :

(1) Duties of General Manager :
· Formulation & review of policies;
· Establishing quality lavels for business;
· Ultimate responsibility of quality of all products;
· Ultimate responsibility assuring profitability and growth;
· Ultimate responsibility for implementation and maintenance of Quality Management System;
· Ultimate responsibility for administration, welfare and security of the Factory;
· Ultimate responsibility for ensuring availability of adequate resources;
· Ultimate responsibility for up-gradation of skills of employees

(2) Duties of Additional General Managers (Controlling Officer) :
· Setting Quality Goals for areas under their control;
· Ensuring availability of resources;
· Ensuring optimal utilization of available resources;
· Overall responsibility of production management and quality of manufactured products.

· Ensuring safe and hazard free working environment;
· Ensuring profitability and growth;
· Initiation and monitoring of corrective actions and prevent occurrence of any non-conformities relating to products processes and quality systems;
· Review of Quality Management System effectiveness;
· Identification of Training needs for Gazetted Officers.

(3) Duties of Jt. General Managers (Group Officer) :
· Monitor resource utilization and provide feedback to the controlling officers;
· To suggest corrective actions and follow up implementation;
· Projection of resource requirements to Controlling Officers;
· Identification of training needs of Non Gazetted Officers;
· Review of Quality Management System for effectiveness;
· Preparation & fixation of production programmes;
· Ensuring quality of manufactured products as per customer requirements;
· Designing of manufacturing methods;
· To review technical details of contracts in liaison with GO/DO of other related sections/offices.
· Propose upgradation of resources and technologies to Controlling Officers.
· To review progress of activities to achieve the laid down targets.

(4) Duties of WM/AWM (Divisional Officer) :
· Execution of Planned Production activities;
· Ensuring quality of manufactured products as per specification;
· Ensuring availability of operation schedules, drawings and specifications at appropriate points of production;
· Identification, documentation and segregation of non-conforming products in consultation with DO(QC);
· Maintaining product identification and traceability at all stages of production;
· Suggest designing of manufacturing methods, whenever required;
· Ensure that plants and machinery are available for maintenance;
· Ensure use of only calibrated process monitoring equipments;
· Ensure that proper records are maintained at every stage of production;
· Liaise with inspectorates for concessions on products with deviations;
· Liaise with Quality Control Section for stage and final inspection;
· Formulate guidelines for process approval and ensure proper process settings;

· To take corrective measure and to prevent any non-conformities relating to process, products and quality system.
· To progress the various activities towards achievement of laid down targets.

Duties of Technical & Non-Technical Ministerial staff governed by various SROs published for the purpose as under :
 

SL. NO

Name of the post

SRO  Number  &  Date

01

Group 'B' Officers

13E & 14E dtd. 04-05-1989

02

NG Group 'B'

13E & 14E dtd. 04-05-1989 & 88 dtd.03-08-2005

03

NGO Group 'C'

13E dtd. 04-05-1989 & 191 dtd. 28-11-1994

04

NIE Group 'C'

14E dtd. 04-05-1989, 20 dtd. 28-01-2004,

124 dtd. 20-08-2004, 148 dtd. 30-09-2004,

06 dtd. 18-01-2005, 88 dtd. 03-08-2005,

108 dtd. 06-09-2005 & 54 dtd. 20-04-2006.

05

NIE Group 'D'

14E dtd. 04-05-1989, 88 dtd. 03-08-2005,

207 dtd. 23-08-2005.


Duties of Industrial Employees are guided by DGOF specification for Trade Testing, 1967(as amended from time to time).

Powers of the officers are as per DFPR & GFR, Govt. of India.

4b(iii) Procedure followed in decision making process : The procedure followed in decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability are as per the abovementioned organization chart and the duties of the officers already laid down. However, certain decisions are also taken in the various forums like Weekly Production Review Meeting, Quarterly Central Safety Committee Meeting, Monthly Medical Welfare Meeting and Security Meeting.

4b(iv) Norms set for discharge of functions : For discharging of the functions of the unit, the norms set for different levels as indicated above against 4b(ii) are followed.

4b(v) Rules regulation, instructions, manuals and records or under control or used by its employees : DGOF Procedure Manual (Administration – 2004) to be updated annually – refer DGOF website No. ………..

4b(vi) Categories of document : Various categories of documents held by this unit are : (a) Open (b) Restricted (c) Confidential & (d) Secret

4b(vii) Particulars of any arrangement for consultation with member of public for formulation of policy : Nil.


4b(viii) A statement of the Advisory Board, Council and other bodies and as to whether meeting of those boards are open to public or the minutes of such meetings are accessible to public : Nil


4b(ix) Directory of officers & employees : Data on 1st April, every year to be given from online - To be furnished from ITC.

4b(x) Monthly remuneration received by each officer & employee : Data on 1st April, every year to be given from online - To be furnished from ITC.

4b(xi) Budget allotted to each of its agency, indicating particular plan proposed expenditure and report of disbursement : Budgets (RE & FE) sanction and utilization for last year and upto 6 months of current year to be updated 6 monthly - To be furnished by JGM/PL.

4b(xii) Manner of execution of subsidiary programme : N.A.

4b(xiii) Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorization granted : N.A.

4b(xiv) Information available in electronic form are :
(a) Personnel Information System;
(b) Material Management
(c) Production, Planning & Control Packages.
4b(xv) Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information : Any citizen of India may apply for information to the General Manager or to Public Information Officer as per RTI Act, 2005. Information other than those exempted by section 8 of RTI Act may be made available.

4b(xvi) Name, Designation of Public Information Officer : - Shri P.K.Karmakar, AGM/MSF has been nominated as Public Information Officer and Shri P.R. Mandal,

AGM/MSF has been nominated as Assistant Public Information Officer.

4c. Publish all relevant facts while formulating the policy which affect public : None

4d. Provide reasons for its administrative or quasi-judicial decision : Followed for our own employees and estate residents.
 

TRANSPARENCY  OFFICER

Shri V. K. Sinha Jt.General Manager  Tel. No. 25945847


List of Public Information Officers & Asstt. Public Information Officers
 

Public Information Officer

Name

Shri Arun Kumar

Designation

Jt. General Manager

Phone (O)

033-2593-7255

Phone (R)

 

Fax

 033-2593-8333

033-2593-8413

Email

msf.ofb@nic.in

Alternate

Name

Shri M. K. Sharma

Designation

Jt. General Manager

Phone (O)

033-2592-9981

Phone (R)

033-2593-5550

Fax

033-2593-8333

Email

msf.ofb@nic.in

Assistant Public Information Officer

Name

Shri Neeraj Agrawal

Designation

Deputy General Manager

Phone (O)

033-2593-8729

Phone (R)

033-2593-5848

Fax

033-2593-8333

Email

msf.ofb@nic.in

Alternate

Name

Shri Niladri Biswas

Designation

Deputy General Manager

Phone (O)

033-2593-5983

Phone (R)

033-2592-3188

Fax

033-2593-8333

Email

msf.ofb@nic.in


LIST OF APELLATE AUTHORITY
 

Apellate Authority

Name

Shri P.K. Karmakar

Designation

Addl.General Manager

Phone (O)

033-2593-8726

Phone (R)

033-2593-7154

Fax

 033-2593-8333

033-2593-8413

Email

msf.ofb@nic.in


MODE OF PAYMENT OF FEE

 

Remittance of Fee :       10 by way of cash against proper receipt or by Demand Draft or Banker's Cheque or Indian Postal order.

To be drawn in favour of

General Manager MSF, Ishapur.

Payable at

SBI Ishapur








 

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