IISCO Steel Plant - Manuals

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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

  1. The particulars of IISCO's organization
  2. The powers and duties of officers and employees.
  3. The procedure followed in the decision-making process, including channels of supervision and accountability.
  4. The norms set by IISCO for the discharge of its functions.
  5. The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by IISCO or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions.
  6. A statement of categories of documents that are held by IISCO or under its control.
  7. The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.
  8. A statement of the 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, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.
  9. A directory of officers and employees of IISCO.
  10. The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in the Company regulations.
  11. The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made.
  12. The manner of execution of subsidy programs including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programs.
  13. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits, authorizations granted by IISCO.
  14. Details in respect of the information available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form.
    For information reduced in electronic form, please visit website www.sail.co.in
  15. 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.
    There is no such facility available for public at the Company’s Corporate Office. However, use of Library situated on the ground floor of Ispat Bhawan can be allowed with prior permission of Chief of Corporate Affairs.
  16. The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers.
  17. Such other information as may be prescribed and thereafter update these publications every year.

The particulars of IISCO’s organization

IISCO Steel Plant(ISP), earlier known as Indian Iron & Steel Company(IISCO) is one of the first integrated steel plants of India. The Plant started its operation as Bengal Iron Works at Kulti in West Bengal in 1870. IISCO was incorporated in 1918 and produced iron from an open-top blast furnace at Hirapur (later called Burnpur) for the first time in 1922. Later it merged with Bengal Iron Works in 1936 and then with Steel Corporation of Bengal in 1952. IISCO’s capacity was expanded to 1.0 Mt capacity during 1953 to 1955. The plant was taken over by the Government in 1972 and thereafter became a subsidiary of Steel Authority of India Ltd in 1978. The plant merged with SAIL on 16th February 2006 and is now called IISCO Steel Plant.

After undergoing a modernisation-cum-expansion programme, the crude steel capacity of the plant has been raised to 2.5 million tonnes per year. Adopting the latest technology to become globally competitive, this most modern unit of SAIL at Burnpur has ensured elimination of energy intensive processes, improvement in the quality of products and lower specific energy consumption. This has also ensured higher manpower productivity, cleaner environment and production of steel at least cost. Today all the three Mills as well as the Sinter Plant and _____ have now been accredited to ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System.

MAJOR PRODUCTION UNITS:

Unit

Facility

Production (MTPA)

Technology Supplier

Coke Oven Battery

7 M TallX74 Ovens

0.88 Gross Coke

Giprokoks & BEC

Sinter Plant

2 x 204 M2

3.88Gross Sinter

Outotec & L&T

Blast Furnace

1 x 4161 M3

2.7 Hot Metal

POSCO & NCC

Basic Oxygen Furnace

3 x 150 T

2.5 Crude Steel

SMS Siemag

Billet Caster

2 x 6 strand

1.67

Siemens VAI

Beam Blank Caster

1 x 4 Strand

0.83

Siemens VAI

Universal Section Mill

 

0.85

SMS Meer

Bar Mill

 

0.90

Danieli & Company

Wire Rod Mill

 

0.55

Danieli & Company

Product basket:

MILL NAME

PRODUCT

SPECIFICATION

Wire Rod Mill

Wire rod
5 – 22 mm

Carbon steel, Spring steel, EQ grade, Ball-bearing steel, Free-cutting steel, Cold-heading steel, Low-alloy steel, Forging quality steel

Bar Mill

Rebar

Low medium carbon steel, Carbon steel

Universal Section Mill

Beam
Channel
Angles
Bulb Bars
Z Bars

IPE 240 – IPE 750 mm, IPM 350 mm, HEA 200 – 450, HEB 200 – 450
200 – 400 mm 
150 – 200 mm 
200 – 340 mm 
ISPS 1625 U – 2222 U, 1021 Z, 1481

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The powers and duties of officers and employees

Powers of officers and employees

Chairman, SAIL has delegated some of his powers to the CEO of IISCO Steel Plant, who in turn has delegated powers to Executive Directors and General Managers under him for smooth execution of work. A comprehensive Delegation of Powers updated and compiled empowers the executives with necessary authority to discharge their responsibilities in time keeping commercial implications in mind.

The powers and duties of officers and employees of different areas depend on the activities and outputs of these departments. The Chief Executive Officer 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

Duties of officers and employees 

The officers have to perform the following duties:  

  • Long-term strategic planning.
  • Policy formulation at the Plant level, determining action plans for implementation of policies and ensuring their fulfilment.
  • Achieving clarity and organizational commitment on objectives, goals and plans of action.
  • Developing norms of performance in every functional area and securing commitment to progressively improved norms.
  • Ensuring smooth and efficient operations and achievement of optimal performance of existing resources. Ensuring fulfilment of targets and orderly growth of the company. Organizational development to maximize efficiency of the Company.
  • Reviewing performance of each zone with respect to targets and suggesting corrective action where necessary.
  • Development of a well-motivated workforce and a highly competent managerial cadre in the Company.
  • Development of computerized databank and MIS at all levels within the organization to assist in problem-identification and problem-solving.
  • Projection of image befitting the image of the organisation. ISP and SAIL through various local media.
  • Adhere to SAIL Conduct, Discipline and Appeal Rules as applicable.

The employees are posted in different departments depending upon the need and requirement of the department. They are expected to discharge the responsibilities and functions in their assigned areas, and contribute to the Section/ Department where they are posted and to the Plant. They are required to discharge their duties as per rules, guidelines, procedure, practices etc. prevalent in the organization. The job profile of the employees and officers are as per requirement of the Plant, and change from time to time, depending upon the exigencies of the Plant. They’re required to adhere to the Standing Orders as is applicable to them during the course of their employment.

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Procedure followed in the decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability

SAIL has a vision. In tune with the vision of SAIL, IISCO Steel Plant is focused on becoming a world-class producer of iron & steel products as well as leader in the Indian steel business. Quality, Productivity, Profitability and Customer Satisfaction forms the basis for policy formulation and decision making in IISCO Steel Plant.

Being a commercial organization functioning in a fiercely competitive environment, the speed of decision-making is very important for survival of the organisation. Though the company has well defined systems with respect to decision-making process, it cannot follow, at all time, the rigidity of system. Efforts are made so that files pass through minimum levels say 3 levels up to the approving authority. As per the general practices in vogue, the proposals requiring decisions are initiated at the appropriate level of the executives, 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 Manager / Manager. In between, the proposal is also examined at the level of Senior Manager/Asstt. General Manager. The approval is accorded by the executives at the level of DGM / GM / ED / CEO, depending upon the Delegation of Powers.

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.

Matters which are beyond the powers delegated to CEO are referred to the corporate office for obtaining the approval of Chairman / Board of Directors, as the case may be.

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The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions

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.

The Rules, Regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by IISCO or under its control or used by its Employees for discharging its functions.

Following documents are held by IISCO Steel Plant

  • Personnel Manual: Compilation of all personnel policies and rules
  • Accounts Manual
  • Operation Statistics
  • Purchase/Contract Procedure – 2014: Compilation of guidelines procurement and tender.
  • Conduct Discipline & Appeal Rules: For executives
  • Standing Order : For non-executive employees
  • Delegation of Power

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.

Procedure followed in decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability

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)  

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The Rules, Regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by IISCO or under its control or used by its Employees for discharging its functions

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
1. Introduction
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)

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A Statement of Categories of Documents that are held by IISCO or under its control

All official documents generated by the organisation and existing under the Record Retention Schedule are held by the Company.

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The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof

There is no formal arrangement for consultation by members of public in relation to policy formulation or implementation thereof. As a business organization working on commercial lines, ISP is neither expected nor required to consult the members of the public in this regard. However, with regard to measures for the general public, informal discussions are held with the people’s representatives including MLAs, MPs etc., to ascertain their views as well as that of the public whom they represent.

The organization also takes note of the public view as reflected in the local media and assessed through informal interactions of the management collective, especially the Public Relations department, with cross-sections of the residents of ISP steel township, and takes effective steps to ensure that these are given due cognizance while formulating and implementing scheme/ programmes that affect the common populace.

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A statement of the 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, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public

BIPARTITE FORUMS

The bipartite fora are for better Industrial Relations sharing of information and with an overall view of achieving increased productivity and organizational goals.

SL.NO. NAME PERIOD MEMBERS SUBJECT MATTERS.
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-

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A directory of officers and employees of IISCO

SAIL-ISP Updated List as on 05/12/2011

Sr. No

NAME

DESIGNATION

Office Contact Number

Email ID

(STD Code: 0341)

1

Anirban Dasgupta

C E O

2240551/586

anirban.dasgupta@sailisp.com

ceoisp2012@gmail.com

2

Wakil Singh

ED (Works)

2241446
2241511

wakil.singh@sailisp.com

edworks.isp@gmail.com

3

C Srikanta

ED (MM)

2240020

c.srikanta@sailisp.com

edmm.sail.isp@gmail.com

4

Chandra Shekhar Sinha

ED (P&A)

2240575

chandra.shekhar.sinha@sailisp.com

ed.paa.isp@gmail.com

5

B C Mohapatra

GM (F&A)

2240374

b.c.mohapatra@sailisp.com

6

Mukul Prasad

GM (Projects)

2240256

edproject.ts@gmail.com mukulprasad007@gmail.com

7

Sanjeev Taneja

GM I/c (Services)

2240430

sanjeev.taneja@sailisp.com

taneja.sanj@gmail.com

8

P K Pramanik

GM (Business Excellence)

2241714

p.k.pramanik@sailisp.com

gmmm.sail.isp@gmail.com

9

Subrata Ghosh

GM (Safety)

2240595

subrata.ghosh@sailisp.com

subrataghosh59@gmail.com

10

Pradip Kumar Panda

GM I/c (Mills)

2240577

pradip.kumar.panda@sailisp.com

pk.panda1959@gmail.com

11

Rajeev Kushwaha

GM (Mech. Maint.)

NA

rajeev.kushwaha@sailisp.com

12

S P Singh

GM I/c (Steel)

2240373

s.p.singh@sailisp.com

singspsingh@gmail.com

13

Prabhat Kumar Jha

GM(Tech)

NA

prabhat.kumar.jha@sailips.com

14

Sk Khairul Basar

GM (Sintering Plant)

2240641

skbasar1@gmail.com skbasar1@sailisp.com

15

Hardial Singh

GM(Automation)

NA

hardialsingh@sailisp.com

16

Amit Moitra

GM (Blast Furnace)

2240253

amit.moitra@sailisp.com

amit_moitra_sail@yahoo.co.in

17

Ramanuj Prasad

GM (Power)

2240464

ramanuj.prasad@sailisp.com

rprasad.isp@gmail.com

18

K Venkata Rama Raju

GM (Town Services)

2235383

k.v.r.raju@sailisp.com

ramarajuk.sail@gmail.com

19

Subir Mondal

GM (CCP)

NA

s.mondal@sailisp.com

20

Sukhamay Ghosh

GM (Mills)

2241992

ghosh.sukhamay@gmail.com sukhamay.ghosh@sailisp.com

21

Somnath Nandi

GM (Mech.-Shops)

2240448

somnath.nandi@sailisp.com

s.nandi1983@gmail.com

22

Ajit Kumar Saxena

GM (Mills)

2240036

ajit.kumar.saxena@sailisp.com

ak65saxena@yahoo.co.in

23

Anish Kumar Bhatta

GM (HRD)

2235829

anish.kumar.bhatta@sailisp.com

24

Dipak Ranjan Roy

GM (Refractories)

2241993

dipak.ranjan.roy@sailisp.com

drroy24@gmail.com

25

Bhaskar Lal Gan

GM (T&RM)

2241721

bhaskarlal.gan@sailisp.com

isptrm@gmail.com

26

Mahabub Hasan Siraji

GM (Elect.)

2240450

m.hasansiraji@sailisp.com

siraji.mh@gmail.com

27

Dr. Rintu Guha Niyogi

Director (M & HS)

2231332

rintu.guha.niyoi@sailisp.com

rgniyogi@hotmail.com

28

Vinod Kumar Sharda

GM (Mech.)

2240573

v.k.sharda@sailisp.com

vksharda59@gmail.com

29

Rudrappa Raju Nagare

GM (Blast Furnace)

NA

rrnagare@gmail.com

rr.nagare@sailisp.com

30

Kumar Binoy Shankar Singh

GM (Marketing)

2240704

kbs.singh@sailisp.com

31

Sanjeev Kumar

GM (Instrumentation)

2240288

sanjeev.kumar@sailisp.com

sanjeev.ispinst@gmail.com

32

Nirvik Banerjee

GM (Quality)

2240248

nirvik.banerjee@sailisp.com

33

Deepak Verma

DIG (CISF)

2240642

iisco-burnpur@cisf.gov.in

34

Satish Chandra Jha

DGM (Vig.) & ACVO

2241356

acvoisp@gmail.com

35

Bhaskar Kumar

DGM(PR) & PIO

2240343

prispburnpur@gmail.com

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The Monthly Remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations

The remuneration of the officers (Executives) of the company is governed by the guidelines of the Department of Public Enterprises Government of India. The pay scales of officers are of Industrial DA pattern. The Remuneration of employees (Non-Executives) is fixed through negotiation with workmen’s Union subject to the overall guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises Government of India. The monthly emoluments of officers and workmen at various grades of pay scale are given below: Revised Pay Scale For Different Grades (w.e.f. 01.01.2007).

EXECUTIVES

NON-EXECUTIVES

GRADE

PAYSCALE

GRADE

PAYSCALE

E9

62000-3%-80000

S11

12460-3%-23970

E8

51300-3%-73000

S10

11860-3%-22920

E7

51300-3%-73000

S9

11400-3%-19350

E6

51300-3%-73000

S8

10960-3%-17680

E5

43200-3%-66000

S7

10530-3%-17030

E4

36600-3%-62000

S6

10120-3%-16400

E3

32900-3%-58000

S5

9730-3%-15020

E2

29100-3%-54500

S4

9440-3%-13930

E1

24900-3%-50500

S3

9160-3%-13150

E0

12600-3%-32500

S2

8890-3%-12650

 

 

S1

8630-3%-12080

 

The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports of disbursements made

Statement of Profit & Loss for the Year Ended 31st March 2017

 

31st March, 2017

31st March, 2016

REVENUE

Revenue from Operations

4729.94

3358.07

Other Income

10.17

8.60

Stock Transfer

49.44

46.33

Total Revenue

4789.55

3413.00

EXPENSES

Cost of materials Consumed

3052.98

2147.85

Changes in inventories of finished goods,and work in progress

(315.14)

25.59

Excise Duty

468.74

350.76

Employee Benefits expense

666.81

785.12

Finance Costs

582.44

488.84

Depreciation and Amortisation expense

607.05

488.89

Share of expenditure over income

 

 

Corporate Office

CMO

CCSO

18.81

16.98

38.97

16.29

0.99

0.74

Other Expenses

1576.66

1063.14

Total Expenses

6698.31

5395.20

Profit /(Loss) before Exceptional items & tax

1908.76

1982.20

Add: Exceptional Items

Voluntary retirement  compensation

 

37.63

 

Profit/ (Loss) for the year

(1,946.39)

(1,982.20)

Other Comprehensive Income

Items that will not be reclassified to profit and loss

Re-measurement of post employment benefit

obligations

(83.21)

(7.50)

Other Comprehensive Income for the year

(83.21)

(7.50)

Total Comprehensive Income for the year

(2029.60)

(1989.70)

 

The manner of execution of subsidy programs including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programs.

No subsidy programme is executed by IISCO Steel Plant. However, as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, IISCO Steel Plant undertakes various peripheral development programmes/activities for the benefit of the public / people residing in the peripheral villages.

Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits, authorizations granted by IISCO.

As a commercial organization functioning in a fiercely competitive market, IISCO Steel Plant does not generally provide any concessions or permits which may result in lesser financial inflow to the organization. As an exception, relating to the corporate responsibility of a PSU, the Materials Management Deptt provides concessions of the following nature :-

Giving Purchase Preference to Public Sector / Government Undertakings/Units registered as local MSME/SSI Unit as per relevant Government Guidelines on the subject.

Exempting Government Undertakings / SSI Units / Registered Vendors of Steel Authority of India Limited - IISCO Steel Plant & Registered Vendors of other SAIL Units from submission of Earnest Money Deposit in Purchase Tenders.

Procurement of some items on Single Tender Basis from Sister Units and SAIL Subsidiaries, Public Sector / Government Undertakings.

Details in respect of the information available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form.

For information reduced in electronic form, please visit website www.sail.co.in

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.

There is no such facility available for public at IISCO Steel Plant. However, public can meet the Public Information Officer on the first floor of CEO’s Office at 7 The Ridge, Burnpur.

The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers

The Contact Address of the PIOS/APIOS & Appellate Authority are as under:

First Appellate Authority Post

C S Sinha,

Executive Dircetor(P&A)
7 The Ridge,SAIL-IISCO STEEL PLANT
Burnpur-71332 (W.B)
Telephone : 0341-2240575 (Office)

Public Information Officer

Bhaskar Kumar, DGM(PR),

P R Deptt, 7 The Ridge,

SAIL- IISCO STEEL PLANT
Burnpur-713325 (W.B)
Telephone :  0341-2240343 (Office)
E-mail Id :kbhaskar7@rediffmail.com

Asstt Public Information Officer

Debasis Lahiri, Dy Manager(PR) 
P R Deptt, 7 The Ridge,

SAIL-IISCO STEEL PLANT
Burnpur-713325 (W.B)
Telephone :  0341-2240343 (Office)
e-mail Id : prispburnpur@gmail.com

 

Such other information as may be prescribed.

No information

Post

Name

Details

PUBLIC
INFORMATION OFFICER

BHASKAR KUMAR

DGM(COC) Public Relations Department
7th Ridge,SAIL, IISCO STEEL PLANT
BURNPUR-713325 (W.B)

Telephone :  0341-2240343 (Office)
Fax No.
0341-2241506
e-mail Id :
kbhaskar7[at]rediffmail[dot]com

ASSTT PUBLIC
INFORMATION OFFICER

SUBRATA  LAHIRI

Asstt. Mgr (PR) 
7th Ridge,SAIL, IISCO STEEL PLANT
BURNPUR-713325 (W.B)

Telephone :  0341-2240343 (Office)
Fax No.
0341-2241506
e-mail Id : 
prispburnpur[at]gmail[dot]com<

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Shri K V R RAJU

General Manager (P&A)
7th Ridge, IISCO Steel Plant
Burnpur 713325 (W.B)

Telephone : 0341-2240445 (Office)
Fax No :
0341-2241506
e-mail add : 
gmpa[dot]sail[dot]isp[at]gmail[dot]com

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