- Investor Relations
- Corporate Governance
- Bill Status
17 items (manuals) prescribed in clause (b) sub-section 1 of Section 4, which every public authority is required to publish within one hundred and twenty days from the enactment of the Act
As the fourth integrated steel plant in the Public Sector conceived in 1959, Bokaro Steel Plant actually started taking shape in 1965 in collaboration with the Soviet Union. The collaboration agreement was signed on 25th January 1965. The design of the plant was envisaged with a capacity of 1.7 million tonnes (MT) per annum in stage-I and 4 MT per annum in stage-II, with provision for further expansion. The construction work started on 6th April 1968.
Bokaro Steel Plant was originally incorporated as a limited company on 29th January 1964. With the formation of the Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) on 24 January 1973, it became a wholly owned subsidiary of SAIL and on 1st May 1978 it was eventually merged with SAIL through the Public Sector Iron & Steel Companies (Restructuring & Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1978.
The Plant is hailed as the country’s first Swadeshi steel plant, built with maximum indigenous content in terms of equipment, material and know-how. Its first phase of 1.7 MT ingot steel commenced on 2nd October 1972 with the commissioning of the first Blast Furnace and completed on 26th February 1978 with the commissioning of the third Blast Furnace. All units of 4 MT stage have already been commissioned. The Plant is designed to produce flat products like Hot Rolled Coils, Hot Rolled Plates, Hot Rolled Sheets, Cold Rolled Coils, Cold Rolled Sheets, Tin Mill Black Plates (TMBP) and Galvanised Plain and Corrugated (GP/GC) Sheets. Bokaro has provided a strong raw material base for a variety of modern engineering industries including automobile, pipe and tube, LPG cylinder, barrel and drum producing industries.
To keep pace with the latest trends in steel making, the first phase of modernisation was sanctioned on 23rd July 1993. The new features in SMS-II include Continuous Casting Machines and Steel Refining Unit. The Steel Refining Unit was inaugurated on 19th September, 1997 and the Continuous Casting Machine on 25th April, 1998. The modernisation of the Hot Strip Mill saw addition of new features like high pressure de-scalers, work roll bending, hydraulic automatic gauge control, quick work roll change, laminar cooling etc. New walking beam reheating furnaces are replacing the less efficient pusher type furnaces. A new hydraulic coiler has been added and two of the existing ones revamped. With the completion of Hot Strip Mill modernisation, Bokaro is producing top quality hot rolled products that are well accepted in the global market. The capacity of the plant has gone up to 4.5 MT of liquid steel post?modernisation.
Bokaro Steel City is located in idyllic surroundings on the southern bank of river Damodar with Garga, one of its tributaries, meandering along the southern and eastern outskirts of the city. On the north, the city is flanked by the high ranges of the Parasnath Hills and on the south; just beyond the river Garga, it is enveloped by the Satanpur Hillocks. The vast rolling topography of the city is interspersed by graded valleys and winding rivulets typical of the Chhotanagpur Plateau. Within two decades of Bokaro Steel coming into existence, the city has blossomed into a regional urban centre of over 8 lakh people from different parts of the country, making the city a Mini Bharat. Bokaro is located on the Gomoh-Chandrapura-Muri railway line. Direct train services to all the four metros are available from Bokaro. It is located centrally between the traingle of the other three major cities of Jharkhand - Ranchi, Jamshedpur and Dhanbad - all of which are well connected by road and railway.
|Sub:- Delegation Of Power To Direct Reporting Officer To Managing Director.
(Ref. 119/DoP dt.2.3.1991,137/DoP dt. 25.5.1995, 159/DoP dt. 3.1.2001, 162/DoP dt. 12.5.2001, and 175/DoP dt. 31.5.2004 )
|1.||In pursuance of powers delegated to him by SAIL Board, the Managing Director has delegated administrative and financial powers to the various DROs to him as per details given in the Annexure.|
|2.||The exercise of the powers shall be subject to budget provision, provisions of the Companies Act 1956 as amended from time to time, the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company, the canons of financial propriety, the rules in force and the general policy as may be laid down from time to time.|
|3.||Budget provision should be ensured in all cases where financial commitments are involved. However, in unavoidable cases, proposal if any, is approved without the budget provision, it should be ensured that the same is included in the revised budget.|
|4.||The DROs are authorized to sub-delegate, with the Concurrence of Finance, such of their powers (except where sub-delegation is not permitted) to their subordinates as may be considered expedient to ensure smooth and quick execution of their functional responsibilities.|
|5.||The officers to whom the powers have been sub-delegated, while according approval shall exercise all checks and caution as a man of ordinary prudence is expected to do whilst spending his own money.|
|6.||The above officers, in cases, where they feel necessary shall take the advice of the Law Department before finalising any contract, purchase order etc.|
|7.||This order supersedes all previous orders with regard to delegation of powers to DROs to MD.|
|8.||Delegation of Powers will be operative as per stipulation in PP-2000 including amendment from time to time|
|This issues with the Concurrence of Finance|
Supply Contracts of Steel Authority of India Ltd
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
All other special terms and conditions mentioned in tender (s) issued by Plants/ Units where they differ from these general conditions of Contract i.e. SAIL P-1, shall override the latter.
|APP / BSL|
|PRODUCTION PLAN 2005-2006 - IRON & STEEL|
|UNIT : '000 T|
WE SHALL STRIVE TO ACHIEVE MARKET LEADERSHIP THROUGH SATISFACTION OF CUSTOMER NEEDS BY CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT IN QUALITY, COST AND DELIVERY OF PRODUCTS WITH OPTIMUM UTILISATION OF ASSETS.
PEOPLE ARE OUR NUMBER ONE RESOURCE, THEIR DEVELOPMENT IS OUR BUSINESS.
CUSTOMERS ARE THE CENTRE OF ALL OUR ACTIVITIES. THEIR SATISFACTION IS OUR MOTTO.
PURSUIT OF QUALITY IN EVERYTHING WE DO. QUALITY INCLUDES PRODUCTIVITY AND COST EFFECTIVENESS TO ENHANCE UTILISATION OF ASSETS.
TO BECOME AN ACTIVE PLAYER IN THE GLOBAL MARKET THROUGH EXPORT OF OUR PRODUCTS.
TO ENSURE SAFETY AND HEALTH OF OUR PEOPLE AND TO PROMOTE ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY OPERATIONS AND PRACTICES.
TO PRODUCE MORE VALUE-ADDED ITEMS AND SPECIAL QUALITY STEEL.
MOU between SAIL Corporate Office & ASP.
Quality Management System of ASP.
Procedure manual of ISO-9001 (2000) Certificate of ASP.
Annual Report of SAIL vis-à-vis of ASP.
These are important documents which are held by it or under its control:
List of Committees :
|A. INCOME :-|
|Direct - CMO||7694|
|BP & Secondaries.||437|
|Inter Plant Transfer.||332|
|Total Revenue :-||13945|
|LESS: OUTFLOW :-|
|Net Revenue :-||12006|
|Prov.no longer reqd.written off|
|Adjustments pertaining to earlier years||237|
|Net Income :-||12371|
|B. EXPENDITURE :-|
|Raw Material Excl.Coal/Coke||1521|
|Coking Coal,CDI & Ext. Coke||4169|
|Employee Rem. & benefits.||1505|
|Stores & Spares.||871|
|Power & Fuel||896|
|Repair & Maintenance.||135|
|Share of HO/CET/RDCIS.||127|
|Other Expenses & Provisions.||350|
|Total Expenditure :-||9636|
|LESS : Inter Account Adjustments.||150|
|Net Expenditure :-||9486|
|C. GROSS MARGIN||2885|
|F. NET PROFIT (+)/ LOSS(-)||2846|
B S L does not provide any subsidy to any of the activities.
BSL does not give any concession, permit or authorization.