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Right to Information Act, 2005

I. ORGANISATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES
Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation Limited (APIDC) was established on 16th December, 1960, by the Government of Andhra Pradesh for planned development of medium and large industries in the State. It has an authorised capital of Rs.110 crore and paid up capital of Rs. 96.23 crore.
The objectives of the Corporation were :

  • Identify & promote entrepreneurial talent for comprehensive industrial development.

  • Conceptualise exploitation of resources for industrialisation.

  • Ensure economic, financial and social viability of the promoted projects.

  • Earn a reasonable rate of return.

  • Function as an extended arm of Government / national industrial development banking institutions.

The functions of the Corporation included:




  • Project promotion – generation & implementation of project ideas.

  • Equity participation

  • Venture capital for IT, biotechnology & sunrise industries.

  • Long, medium and short term loans

  • Bill discounting

  • Rehabilitation of sick industrial units

In June 2006, it was decided, interalia, to merge APIDC with APIIC and not to give fresh sanctions.


However, the above decision was reviewed in subsequent meetings and it was decided to have a study conducted by IIM-C to identify areas where APIDC could play on effective role to further the cause of industrialisation in the State.
IIM-C who was entrusted with the task of ‘study of strategic review of APIDC’ submitted its suggestions / recommendations. A report to operationlise the decisions taken at the meeting chaired by Hon’ble Chief Minister on 14.10.2009 was submitted to the Government and orders on implementation of the same are awaited. It was, in principle agreed to continue APIDC.
II. POWERS AND DUTIES OF ITS OFFICERS & EMPLOYEES
The Board of Directors including Vice Chairman and Managing Director of the Corporation is appointed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India has the right to appoint one nominee on the Board.
The Board of Directors consisting of Vice Chairman & Managing Director and Directors, guide the Corporation in taking decisions relating to activities of the Corporation.
There are no branches and the operations are carried out from the Corporate Office situated at Hyderabad. The total manpower of the Corporation as of Sept, 2010 is 92 including two deputationists and three Officers appointed on contract basis.
The sanctioned strength of officers in the organisation is as follows:


S.No.

Level of management

Cadres

No. of posts

1

Top Management

Executive Director

1

2

Senior Management

Chief General Manager

2







General Manager

3

3

Middle Management

Deputy General Manager

4







Assistant General Manager

4

4

Junior Management

Manager

4







Deputy Manager

6

The organisation chart is at Annexure-I


At present, there are one Chief General Manager and two (2) Deputy General Manager, one (1) Assistant General Managers, two (2) Managers, five (5) Deputy Managers and one Tahsildar who is on deputation. Vacant posts are not being filled up, as strategic review of APIDC was conducted by IIM-C recently and a Report to operationalise the decisions was submitted to the Government. Government orders on implementation of the same are awaited.

The divisions are re-organised based on the functions and availability of officers (in each cadre) and are sub divided into sections for operational convenience.




S.No.

Division

Headed by

1

Equity Portfolio Management, Secretarial & Accounts

Deputy General Manager

2

Monitoring & Recovery, Revenue Recovery, Legal, MIS, Administration and HRD

Deputy General Manager


POWERS & DUTIES OF HEADS OF DIVISIONS
MANAGING DIRECTOR
The Government of Andhra Pradesh appoints the Managing Director for conduct of management of the business of the company, subject to control and supervision of the Board of Directors. The Managing Director exercises such power of discretion in relation to the affairs of the company delegated to him by the Board. The details of delegation of powers are available with HRD Division.
1. EQUITY PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
The Division is headed by Deputy General Manager.
Powers of Chief General Manager and General Manager
Powers, as delegated by Vice Chairman & Managing Director, from time to time.
Duties

Monitoring of equity portfolio and disinvestment of equity.

Safe custody of share certificates wherever they are in physical form.
Manpower - The division head Deputy General Manager, is supported by Manager (One), Dy. Manager (One), shall be reporting to VC&MD directly. The other staff members are Assistant Managers, Senior Assistants.
2. ADMN, HRD

(a) ADMINISTRATION
Powers of Deputy General Manager

Powers, as delegated by Vice Chairman and Managing Director, from time to time.


Duties

  • All matters relating to general administration.

  • Maintenance of computer systems (Hardware & Software).


Manpower - The division head Deputy General Manager, is supported by Deputy Manager (One), shall be reporting to VC&MD directly. The other staff members are Assistant Managers, Senior Assistants, Junior Assistants and Assistants.
In addition to the officers and staff indicated above, there are employees in the cadre of Drivers, Messengers, Sweeper, Plumber, Mali, Lift Operators, etc.
(b) HRD
Powers of Deputy General Manager

Powers, as delegated by Vice Chairman and Managing Director, from time to time.


Duties

All matters relating to human resource development.


Manpower - The division head Deputy General Manager, is supported by Deputy General Manager (one), Deputy Manager (One) shall be reporting to VC&MD directly. The other staff members are Assistant Managers (Two), Senior Assistant (Two).

3. SECRETARIAL & ACCOUNTS
(a) SECRETARIAL

Powers of Company Secretary

Powers, as delegated by Vice Chairman & Managing Director, from time to time.


Duties

Compliance of provisions of Companies Act, convening of board meetings, general meetings, advise on corporate laws, maintenance of statutory registers under the provisions of Companies Act.



Manpower - The division is headed by Secretary, in the cadre of DGM (One), who shall be reporting to VC&MD directly. The other staff members allotted are Assistant Manager (1 ) and Junior Assistant (1 ).


  1. ACCOUNTS


Powers of Deputy General Manager (Accounts)

Powers, as delegated by Vice Chairman and Managing Director, from time to time.


Duties

Resource mobilisation inclusive of BPRF, liason with banks, management of funds, servicing of borrowings, etc. Finalisation of annual accounts including loan accounts, statutory/A.G audit, corporate tax matters and planning, implementation of accounting procedures. MOU with the Government of Andhra Pradesh. Periodical reports to the management about financial performance and funds position. Disbursement of salaries, staff loans & other administrative expenses. Issue of demand notices for interest and instalments. Other assignments entrusted by VC&MD.


Manpower - The division is headed by DGM and supported by Manager (Two) shall be reporting to VC&MD. The other staff members allotted are Assistant Manager (five) and Senior Assistant (one).
4. REVENUE RECOVERY, LEGAL & MIS
The Division is headed by Deputy General Manager
(a) REVENUE RECOVERY
Powers of Deputy General Manager

Powers, as delegated by Vice Chairman and Managing Director, from time to time.


Duties
Valuation of assets.

Sale of assets of units by invoking the provisions of Section 29 of SFC’s Act, Recovery of dues from the guarantors under the provisions of R.R. Act


Manpower -The section head Deputy General Manager, is supported by Tahsildar (One), Chief Recovery Officer (one), Recovery Officers (two), who shall be reporting to VC&MD directly. The other staff members allotted are Assistant Manager (Three) and Senior Assistants (Four).
(b) LEGAL
Powers of Deputy General Manager

Powers, as delegated by Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, from time to time.


Filing of private complaints for dishonour of cheques u/s. 138 (b) of Negotiable Instruments Act.

To file civil suits, writs, appeals, affidavits, vakalat & arbitration cases etc. To file petitions for recovery of outstanding amounts payable to the Corporation u/s. 31 of SFCs Act


Duties

Scrutiny and documentation relating to financial participation, guarantees and other legal matters.

All legal matters relating to APIDC inclusive of filing cases, providing support services to legal advisers, attending to and following up cases in various courts, liquidation cases, NI Act cases, etc.
Preservation, handling and delivery of security documents, safe custody of old files, records and documents.
Manpower - The section head Deputy General Manager, is supported by Manager (one), shall be reporting to VC&MD directly. The other staff members are Assistant Managers (Two), Senior Assistant (two), Jr. Assistant (One).
(c) MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Powers of Deputy General Manager

Powers, as delegated by Vice Chairman and Managing Director, from time to time.



Duties

Implementation of management information system

Maintenance of Website

Preparation of general and statistical reports



Matters relating to Legislature, Committees, etc.
Manpower - The section is headed by Deputy General Manager, who shall be reporting to VC&MD directly. The other staff members allotted are Assistant Manager (Two) and Senior Assistant (one).
5. MONITORING & RECOVERY
The Division is headed by Deputy General Manager.
Powers of Deputy General Manager
Powers, as delegated by Vice Chairman and Managing Director, from time to time.
Duties
Monitoring and recovery of term loans, short term, medium term loans, bills discounting etc,.
Action under Section 29 of SFC’s Act and NI Act for recovery of dues.
Manpower - The division head Deputy General Manager, is supported by Deputy Manager (One), shall be reporting to VC&MD directly. The other staff members are Assistant Managers, (three), Senior Assistant (one).

III. PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN DECISION MAKING PROCESS INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY
In cases where powers are delegated decisions are taken by the officers concerned. In cases where powers are delegated to Vice Chairman & Managing Director, the decisions are taken by Vice Chairman & Managing Director. Where there is no delegation of powers, the decisions are taken by the Board.
The Head of the Division concerned will receive tappals / letters / Government correspondence / LAQs / writ petitions and any other correspondence relevant to the activities of the Corporation. Action is initiated by the respective officers / staff in the division for necessary approvals through VC&MD as the case may be for decision making. All the officers and staff are jointly responsible and accountable for quick disposal of matters.

IV. NORMS SET BY IT FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS AND



V. THE RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING ITS FUNCTIONS:
APIDC was incorporated under Companies Act 1956 on 16th December 1960. The Board formulates policies, rules, regulations, instructions, etc. from time to time to achieve the objects in the Memorandum and Articles of Association. APIDC is under the administrative control of the Industries & Commerce Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.
The following Acts, inter alia, are applicable to the Corporation and its activities:
Central Acts

  • The Companies Act, 1956

  • The Sick Industries Companies (Special Provisions) Act, 1985

  • The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

  • The State Financial Corporations Act, 1951

  • The Service Tax Act, 1994

  • Income Tax Act, 1961

  • Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972

  • Employees’ Provident Fund Act, 1952

  • Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

  • Right to Information Act, 2005


State Acts

  • Single Window Clearance Act, 2002

  • Andhra Pradesh Value Added Tax Act, 2005

  • A.P. Revenue Recovery Act, 1864

The Corporation implements all general rules, Acts, procedures, orders issued by Government of India and Government of Andhra Pradesh, as applicable. The following are rules and regulations formulated in the form of a Manual by the Corporation, followed by it and by its employees in discharging their functions.







  1. STATEMENT OF CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL.

The Corporation was in the business of industrial financing, extended by way of equity and various types of loans / facilities. In the process of business, the following documents are held by the Corporation, pertaining to industries financed by APIDC




  • Land and building documents of industrial units

  • Certificate of charge on the fixed assets of the company

  • Investment / Promotional Agreement.

  • Personal guarantees executed by promoters

  • Deed of guarantee executed by promoters / directors

  • Collateral security documents

  • Share certificates

  • Buy back undertaking executed by promoters in respect of investments

  • Periodical / casual returns / reports submitted to the Government agencies

  • Statutory registers under various Acts, as applicable.




  1. ARRANGEMENTS THAT EXIST FOR CONSULTATION WITH OR REPRESENTATION BY, OF THE MEMBERS OF PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF.

There is no separate arrangement in the Corporation for consultation with the members of public for formulation of its policies or implementation thereof. Corporation policies are made keeping in view the economic scenario, Central and State Government directives, statutory requirements and directions of regulators like Securities and Exchange Board of India, Reserve Bank of India, etc. The current Board of Directors consists of 7 Directors.





  1. 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 THOSE BOARDS, MINUTES OF SUCH MEETING ARE ACCESSABLE FOR PUBLIC.

The Corporation is governed by Board of Directors and the directives issued by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. The Minutes of the meetings of Board of Directors are forwarded to the Government. The entrepreneurs are also informed of the decisions with respect to the project. The notes to meetings of the Board and minutes of the meetings are not accessible to the public.


The decisions of various other committees such as., project screening committee, sale negotiation committee, disinvestment committee, consortium meetings of financial institutions and banks etc are circulated among participants and decisions communicated to the promoters / company / parties concerned only and they are not accessible to the public.
Given the nature of the work of the Corporation, much of the information comes in the purview of section 8 (d) of the Right to Information Act, 2005.


  1. DIRECTORY OF IAS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

AND

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

The details of employees, their telephone nos. and monthly remuneration is given below:-

General Phone Numbers: 040-23235253 (4 lines)



SL NO

NAME OF THE EMPLOYEE

S/SRI/SMT

DESIGNATION

REMUNERATION

PHONE NUMBERS

1

S.V.KANAKA SESHU

C.G.M

133,247.00

23235370

2

C.MARIAMMA

D.G.M

110,773.80

23243118

3

K.RAJENDRA PRASAD

D.G.M

108,447.00

23235039

4

N.RAMA REDDY

MANAGER

101,894.80

Ext: 158

5

E.MAHALAKSHMI

DY.MANAGER

89,193.40

Ext: 138

6

K.BABU RAO

DY.MANAGER

84,682.80

Ext: 156

7

M.SRINIVAS

DY.MANAGER

84,852.80

Ext:

8

S BANGAR RAJU

DY.MANAGER

74,635.90

Ext:




9

R.TIRAWAN KUMAR

ASST MANAGER

84,662.80

Ext: 149

10

K.PADMAVATHI

ASST MANAGER

78,467.30

Ext: 149

11

T.NAGESH REDDY

ASST MANAGER

82,622.60

Ext: 163

12

M.SATYANARAYANA

ASST MANAGER

82,732.60

Ext: 163

13

M.NARASING RAO

ASST.MANAGER

62,329.10

Ext: 121

14

N.SUDHA RANI

ASST MANAGER

74,915.90

Ext: 163

15

ASGHAR ALI KHAN

ASST MANAGER

74,965.90

Ext: 145

16

T.GYANESWAR RAO

ASST MANAGER

75,345.90

Ext:

17

T.R.CHANDRASEKHAR RAO

ASST MANAGER

74,935.90

Ext: 155

18

Y S S SURESH

ASST.MANAGER

75,445.90

Ext: 103

19

J. NARSING RAO

ASST MANAGER

74,975.90

Ext: 145

20

M.V.KRISHNA RAO

ASST MANAGER

77,241.10

Ext: 103

21

M.PADMA

ASST MANAGER

74,765.90

Ext: 128

22

V.S.N.MURTHY

ASST MANAGER

69,542.20

Ext: 117

23

SHAHNAZ PARVEEN

ASST.MANAGER

67,365.00

Ext: 145

24

M.RAVI KUMAR REDDY

ASST MANAGER

80,592.50

Ext: 161

25

M.S.RAJANI BABY

ASST MANAGER

62,609.10

Ext: 130

26

K.B.REKHA RANI

ASST MANAGER

62,609.10

Ext: 140

27

P.DAMODHAR

ASST.MANAGER

62,554.10

Ext: 149

28

S.SATHYANAND

ASST.MANAGER

62,684.10

Ext: 128

29

K.VIJAYALAKSHMI

ASST.MANAGER

50,571.50

Ext: 143

30

HUMERA BEGUM

ASST.MANAGER

41,796.30

Ext: 165

31

K.S.S. ADITYA

ASST.MANAGER

47,962.70

Ext: 143

32

B.CHANDRASEKHAR

ASST.MANAGER

47,862.70

Ext: 143

33

T.SHANKER

SR.ASST

53,304.70




34

P.SATYANARYANA

SR.ASST

54,711.30




35

K.KOLLAPPA

SR.ASST

49,177.60




36

J.MAHALAKSHMI

SR.ASST

54,811.30




37

P.BALRAJ

SR.ASST

51,918.10




38

G.N.JANARDHANA RAO

SR.ASST

51,868.10




39

B.CHIRANJEEVA RAO

SR.ASST

47,862.70




40

R.PRASAD

SR.ASST

41,846.30




41

ANJUMAN ARA

SR.ASST

38,348.10




42

MD. SHAFIULLAH

SR.ASST

34,364.90




43

D.PRAVEEN KUMAR

JR.ASST

30,301.80




44

M.VINOD KUMAR

ASST.

39,378.60




45

B.RAVI KUMAR

ASST.

26,792.50







46

P.VENKATAIAH

PLUMBER

44,251.70




47

C.SURENDER

PLUMBER

35,426.90




48

C.ANJANEYULU

MESSENGER

41,896.30




49

S.UMA

MESSENGER

30,825.70




50

K. NIRMALA

MESSENGER

19,719.70




51

G.YASHODA

SWEEPER

44,231.70




52

PUN BAHADUR

SR.DRIVER

58,137.00




53

K.SUDERSHAN

MALI

45,739.80




54

P.RAMESH

MCD

44,831.70




The monthly remuneration given above consisting of the basic pay, dearness allowance / house rent allowance, wherever applicable, city compensatory allowance. In addition, the employees are also reimbursed medical expenses for self and family, conveyance expenses, etc.



  1. BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES AND REPORT ON DISBURSEMENTS MADE:

So far, the Government of Andhra Pradesh released Rs. 96.23 crore towards equity share capital. The Board of Directors of APIDC decide the internal budget provisions for expenditure, BPRF and other policies / issues of APIDC.




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

The Corporation does not give any subsidies directly. However, financed industrial units may be entitled to various Government subsidies on interest and capital, registration fee, value added tax, power tariff, etc. as per Central and State industrial development policies.




  1. PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR

AUTHORISATIONS GRANTED BY IT
No permits or authorisations are granted by APIDC. However, certain reliefs and concessions are sanctioned to sick units. APIDC has framed One Time Settlement (OTS) Guidelines and these are being applied.



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

The information on the activities of the Corporation is available on the official Website www.apidc.org or www.apidc.gov.in


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.
The Corporation makes available copy of Directory of industrial units promoted / assisted by APIDC along with addresses for use by the Citizens at a nominal cost in electronic form i.e. CD. The working hours of the office are from 10.30 am to 5.00 pm. The office remains closed on on all Sundays, Second Saturdays and on holidays declared by the State Government. The list of holidays and office timings are prominently displayed at the entrance of the office.
The Management Information System Division is providing the necessary information / guidance to the entrepreneurs who approach the Corporation.
XVI. THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS


      1. Sri S. V. Kanaka Seshu, (Sr. Officer appointed for Appeals)

Chief General Manager (EPM)

Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation Ltd.

5-8-58/B, Parisrama Bhavanam,

Basheer Bagh, HYDERABAD-500 004 (AP) India

Phone: 040-23235370 (Direct).


      1. Smt C Mariamma, (Public Information Officer) – Telangana Unit

Deputy General Manager (HRD)

Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation Ltd.

5-8-58/B, Parisrama Bhavanam,

Basheer Bagh, HYDERABAD-500 004 (AP) India

Phone: 040-2323 5253 – Extn. 210


      1. Sri K Rajendra Prasad (Public Information Officer)

Deputy General Manager (Accounts)

Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation Ltd.

5-8-58/B, Parisrama Bhavanam,

Basheer Bagh, HYDERABAD-500 004 (AP) India

Phone: 040-2323 5253
4. Sri K Babu Rao, (Assistant Public Information Officer) (Telangana Unit)

Deputy Manager (Accounts)

Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation Ltd.

5-8-58/B, Parisrama Bhavanam,

Basheer Bagh, HYDERABAD-500 004 (AP) India

Phone: 040-2323 5253.




  1. SUCH OTHER INFORMATION AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED AND THERE-AFTER, UPDATE THESE PUBLICATIONS EVERY YEAR

The Corporation publishes every year Annual Report on the performance of the Corporation.







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