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
IISCO Steel Plant(ISP), originally in private sector, was made a subsidiary of SAIL in 1977 and is now a full-fledged unit of SAIL after it amalgamation with SAIL with effect from 16.2.06. The integrated steel plant at Burnpur has the capacity to produce 426,000 tons of Saleable steel and 254,000 tons of Pig Iron annually. ISP also has captive collieries at Chasnalla, Jitpur and Ramnagore.
ISP produces a wide range of steel structurals and special sections as well as pig iron. The plant pioneered the production of Centre-Sill-Z Section used in the fabrication of wagons; Z-Type Sheet Piling Section used in the construction of barrages, bridge foundations and other projects and Colliery Arch Section used for roof support in the collieries. The plant has also developed ‘Slit Rolling’ for small diameter rounds e.g. 10mm T.M.T. and 12mm T.M.T. which are in high demand in the domestic market.
Before amalgmation with SAIL, ISP’s Sales Deptt used to market the entire products of Burnpur Works including Secondary Products as well Coke fractions. Headquartered at Kolkata, the marketing organization of IISCO reached out to its customers through its interactive regional offices situated at Kolkata, New Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai & 10 Branch Sales Offices spread across the four regions.
The approximate turnover of the Sales Unit is Rs.1300 Crores. The Plant is set to undergo a modernization cum capacity expansion so as to augment Hot Metal Production to 2.5 mtpy and Crude Steel Production to 2.0 mtpy by 2011-12 as per the Corporate Plan already approved by SAIL board for an expenditure of Rs.5000 Crores for Burnpur Works & Rs.1000 crores for Collieries.
ISP is accredited with ISO-9001 : 2000 Quality Management System for its Heavy Structural Mill and Merchant & Rod Mill while it has also been awarded ISO-14001:2004 Environment Management System for the entire Rolling Mill Complex.
A Corporate plan 2011-12 has been drawn out for the growth and development of ISP. The plan envisages growth in crude steel production from a level of 0.35 Million Tonnes(MT) in 2004-05 to a level of 2.0 MT in 2011-12. Corporate Plan of ISP envisages an investment of Rs.5017 Crores (approx) Burnpur Works: Rs.5017 Crores( Rs.597 Crores in existing stream and Rs.4420 Crores for the new stream) and Collieries : Rs.1000 Crores (includes Rs.620 Crores block cost for future development). The production envisaged is 2.5 MT(approx) of crude steel from 2009-10 including 1.45 MT(approx.) from new installation. IISCO and SAIL Board approved the Corporate Plan on 28.6.05 and 28.7.05 respectively. Process has been initiated for implementation of Corporate Plan.
In terms of the powers delegated under the Articles of Association of the Company, the Board of Directors has delegated powers to the Chairman of the Company for the management of the Company. The Chairman has further sub-delegated powers to Managing Director, IISCO Steel Plant who in turn, has delegated powers to Executive Directors and General Managers of IISCO Steel Plant for smooth execution of work. Being confidential in nature, the Delegation of Powers to MD, ISP and the financial powers of the executives are not being disclosed.
The Managing Director delegates administrative and financial powers to the various DROs to him as per Delegation of Power(DOP). The exercise of the powers is 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. Budget provision is required to be ensured in all cases where financial commitments are involved.
However, in unavoidable cases, proposal if any, is approved without the budget provision, on the condition that it the same is included in the revised budget. 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. The officers to whom the powers are sub-delegated, while according approval have to exercise all checks and caution as a man of ordinary prudence is expected to do whilst spending his own money. The above officers, in cases, where they feel necessary have to take the advice of the Law Department before finalising any contract, purchase order etc. Delegation of Powers is operative as per stipulation in PP-2000 including amendment from time to time
The officers and employees of ISP have to perform the following general functions :
Officers can be posted in a Deptt at different levels from E-0 and above grades and on some occasions, more than one officer is also posted. Such officers are also considered for promotion to the next higher grade as per the Company’s executive promotion policy even if they continue to be posted at the same place. However, irrespective of the level of the officers posted, the powers and duties of such officers relate mostly to the concerned department related basic activities/duties in addition to the general administrative functions of the department.
However, whenever more than one officer is posted in a department/section, the junior officer reports to the senior officer and the responsibility to be discharged by the junior officer is communicated informally by the senior officer to the junior officer. Accordingly, the junior officer is required to discharge his responsibility.
Production Planning and Control
Techno-economics and Quality
Raw Materials Handling
The safety function of IISCO Steel Plant is based on its policy of commitment to ensure the safety of its employees and the people associated with it including those living in the neighborhood of the Plant and pursue the safety efforts in sustained and consistent way by establishing safety goals, safety accountability and providing resources to make the safety programmes work.
Based on this policy, the Safety Department formulates safety measures for ISP, advises to concerned departments of ISP on how best these measures can be implemented, audits the implementation and results achieved and advices the Management on improvement measures.
All factories under ISPas well as other Services Departments have departmental safety officers carrying out the functions under Factory Act to promote safety, reduce accidents and implement safety management systems.
IISCO is a commercial organization functioning in a fiercely competitive environment, facing competition both from domestic and international producers. In such situations, the speed of decision-making is very important for survival. Though, the company has well defined systems with respect to decision-making process, it cannot follow, at all time, the rigidity of system. Generally, the proposals requiring decisions are initiated at the appropriate level of the executive, depending upon the nature with regard to financial implication, urgency, and importance of the matter. Normally, the proposals are initiated at the level of Assistant Manager/Deputy Manger/Manager. The approval is accorded by the executives at the level of Dy. General Manager/General Manager/Executive Director/Managing Director/Chairman depending upon the Delegation of Powers.
Efforts are made so that files pass through minimum levels say 3 levels upto the Approving authority. In between, the proposal is also examined at the level of Senior Manager/Asstt. General Manager. Wherever required, the concurrence of Finance is taken at the appropriate level as per the delegation of powers. In case of matters requiring consideration of matter by more than two departments, a multi disciplinary committee consisting of executives of appropriate levels of the concerned departments, is formed to expedite the decision-making. As far as possible cross noting within the same department or within the departments is avoided.
Being a commercial organization, the speed of decision-making and discharging functions is very important. The efforts are made to clear the proposals/complete the assigned task at the earliest possible. The matters are not unnecessarily kept pending.
|Sl no.||Nature of Power For employees Working under them||ED||GM||DGM||AGM|
|1||To grant casual leave and permit availing of Restricted holiday.||Full Power||Full power up to E6 and below excluding spl (cl)||Full power for Officer up to E5 and below level excl. Spl(CL)||Full power for Officer up to E4 and below excl. SPl(CL)|
|2||To sanction EL/ Commuted leave/ Half pay leave/ EOL||-do-||-do-||-do-||-do-|
|3||To sanction overtime allowance under the Rules||-do-||-do-||----||Full power up to financial limit specified by GM(P&A)|
|4||To approve official tours and others journey under the Traveling Allowance rules.||-do-||-do-|
|5||To sanction advances for availing LTC, Official Journey and for medical treatment admiss- ible as per rules.||Full Power||Full power up to E6 and below.||Full power up to E5 and below.||Full power up to E4 and below.|
|6||To countersigned LTC/TA/Medical reimbursement claims.||Full power||Full power for Med expenses- DM&HS|
|7||To sanction lump sum allowance to an employees deputed to attend training programme as per rules.||Full Power||Full Power|
|8||To determine and certify when an employee is required to perform frequent official journey for granting of conveyance allowance or reimbursement of Local Traveling expenses.||Full Power||Full Power|
|9||To incur expenditure on entertainment in connection with the work at the company (to be supported by vouchers)||Full Power||Full Power|
|10||To sanction daily allowance for halts exceeding 10 days at any outstation.||Full Power||Full Power|
|11||To sanction contingent expenditure (incl. Avances for contingent expenditure.||Full Power||Full Power|
|12||To sanction legal expenses||Full Power||Full Power|
|13||To purchase reference books / periodical News papers for official use.||Full Power||Full Power|
|14||Sending employees for short term training/ seminars etc. of professional bodies.||Full Power||Full Power|
|15||Capital Expenditure (Administrative Approval)||10% subject to variation not exceeding Rs. 1 Lac.|
|17||Award of ContractsIn case of open tenders||Full power||Rs. 50 Lacs (Estimated cost)||Rs. 10 Lacs(Estimated Cost)|
|In case of limited tender||Rs. 1 Crore||Rs. 25 Lacs (Estimated cost)||Rs. 5 Lacs(Estimated cost)|
|In case of single tender||Rs 15 Lacs (Estimated cost)||Rs.10 Lacs (Estimated cost)|
PERSONNEL MANUAL (PERSONNEL POLICIES AND RULES)
PP CIR NO SUBJECT
1 Representation system
2 Canvassing by employees in respect of service matter
3 Retention of accom./CLA on transfer
4 Forwarding of application for outside employment
5 Note Sheet System
6 Quarters vacation/Lease or hire on resgn./VR
7 Acting Allowance
8 Increment - annual
9 Gratuity of Spl.Staff/NC Staff as per NJCS
10 HRA to Conf.Asstt. posted at Cal. & Brs.
11 CPF account of exec. transferred to IISCO
12 RLTE Scheme
13 Joining Report
14 Daily allowance rates for non-exec.employees
15 SC/ST - Presidential Directive for promotion(NE)
16 SC/ST - Govt.of India Directive for prom.(exec.)
17 Salary rev. with SAIL - service condition of exe.
18 Leave rules of exec.-procedure / sanctioning
19 TA rules of execs.
20 Medical attend. rules of execs.
21 Leave rules clarification - Ref. PPC No.18
22 Gratuity rules of execs.
Purchase/Contract Procedure - 2000
2. Raising of Indents
a. For Purchase of Materials
b. For Job Contracts
c. Estimated Value
3. Scrutiny of Indents
4. Action on Indent by MM Deptt./Contract Cell
5. Mode of Tendering
a. Open/Global Tender
b. Limited Tender Enquiry (LTE)
c. Single Tender Enquiries (for proprietary items)
d. Repeat orders
e. Rate contract (OWN)
f. DGS&D rate contract
g. Emergency purchase/job contract
6. Invitation to Tender
a. Tender Documents
b. Methods for calling Tenders
c. Constitution of Tender Committee
7. Receipt and opening of offers
8. Earnest Money (EM)
a. Return of EM
9. Scrutiny of Quotations
a) Single part quotations
b) 2/3 part quotations
c) Comparative statement of price bids
10. Purchase/Contract proposal
11. Price Negotiation
a) Single party order
b) Multi-party order
12. Trial Purchase/Work Order
13. Issue of order for Purchase/Job contract
14. Extension of Delivery/Contract period and Liquidated Damaged (LD)
15. Amendment to Acceptance of Tender (Purchase/Contract Order)
1. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
The MOU 2005-2006 was signed between SAIL and Ministry of Steel, Government of India. It envisages achievement of the vision of the Company to become a respected world-class corporation and leader in Indian steel business in quality, profitability and customer satisfaction. To achieve this vision, the Company has drawn a directional road map - the Corporate Plan 2012. The Plan is drawn in two phases – up to 2006-07 and 2011-12, to correspond with the 10th & 11th Plan.
The document further lays out the major goals/objectives of the plan, performance evaluation parameters and targets, commitments/assistance from the Ministry of Steel and action plan for implementation and monitoring of the MOU.
2. Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association
(Incorporated on 24th January 1973 under the Companies Act, 1956)
The document sets out the structure, purpose and operation of SAIL in accordance with Companies Act, 1956.
3. Annual Report
The Report contains Director’s Report on the Company’s overall performance during the preceding financial year, including production and financial performances of all units and subsidiaries. The Report also contains the Company’s audited financial accounts, expenditure and profit/loss statement.
All such consultation may be addressed to the Public Information Officer of the Company at the following address:
Public Relations Department
IISCO Steel Plant
7 The Ridge
The bipartite fora are for better Industrial Relations sharing of information and with an overall view of achieving increased productivity and organizational goals.
|1||Joint Industrial Relation Committee||Quarterly||Chaired by ED(W), Management Representative & Representatives of Five Unions.||Industrial Relations Matters.|
|2||Central Joint Production Committee||Quarterly||Chaired by ED(W)||Production Despatch & Techno Economic|
|3||Central Safety Committee||Quarterly||Chaired by ED(W)||Safety and allied matters at Burnpur Works.|
|4||Appex Safety Committee(Iron Section)||Bi-monthly||GM(Maint) Management Representative & Representative of INTUC||Safety matter of Iron Section|
|5||Appex Safety Committee(Steel Section)||Monthly||GM(Steel) Management Representative & Representative of INTUC||Safety matters of Steel Section.|
|6||Zonal Joint Production Committee(Operation Zone)||Monthly||Chaired by GM(CO) Management Representatives & Representatives of Five Unions||Production, Despatch, Techno Economic Parameters|
|7||Zonal Joint Production Committee(Maint.Zone)||Monthly||Chaired by GM(Maint)Management Representatives & Representatives of Five Unions||Maintenance activities at Burnpur Works.|
|8||Coke Oven Department Safety Committee||Monthly||Chaired by HRD. Management Representatives & Representatives of Five Unions||Safety Related matters of the department.|
|9.||Blast Furnace Deaprtment Safety Committee||Monthly||-do-||-do-|
|10.||Steel Melting Shop Department Safety Committee||Monthly||-do-||-do-|
|11.||Rolling Mills Department Safety Committee||Monthly||-do-||-do-|
|12.||Power Engineering Department Safety Committee||Monthly||-do-||-do-|
|13.||Mechanical Maint. Department Safety Committee(Iron section)||Monthly||-do-||-do-|
|14.||Mechancial Maint Department Safety Committee(Steel Section)||Monthly||-do-||-do-|
SAIL-ISP Updated List as on 05/12/2011
|1||N K Jha||CEO||2240551
|2||S R Sanyal||ED(F&A)||2240985|
|4||Sudip Saha||ED (MM)||2240020|
|5||P. C. Pibrewal||ED (Collieries)||2240724|
|6||P. Sahay||ED (P&A)||2240575|
|7||ED (Works)||I C Sahu||2241446|
|8||A. Duttagupta||GM (MM)|
|9||Dr S K Verma||DM & HS I/C||2231332|
|10||S Banerjee||GM (P & E)||2240577|
|12||Indranil Guha||GM(Safety & ECD)||2241984|
|13||Leo Dungdung||GM (P&A)||2240445|
|14||A M Banerjee||GM(Proj)||2241992|
|15||S K Gupta||GM(Proj)||2241991|
|16||M K Sen||GM(Proj)||2240334|
|08||Dr A Chatterjee||DM&HS||2236385|
|21||A K Rath||GM(Proj)||-|
|22||K L Srinivasa Rao||GM (P&D-Project))||-|
|23||B. K. Sinha||GM (C J & T)||2241614|
|24||K. K. Ganguly||GM (Projects)||2240557|
|25||K. P. Adhikari||GM (Projects)||-|
|26||A. K. Ghosh||GM (CO & CC)||2240375|
|27||B. K. Mohanty||GM (Power)||-|
|28||O. P. Tiwary||GM (Projects)||-|
|29||B. N. Thakur||GM (Steel)||2240373|
|30||B. Barik||GM (Projects)||-|
|32||A Roy||DGM (Vig)||2241356|
|33||Bhaskar Kumar||AGM (PR) & PIO||2240343|
|37||Burnpur Guest House||0341-2240292|
|38||Kolkata Guest House||033-24795403|
Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits, authorizations granted by ISP There are currently no concessions, permits authorization granted by ISP.