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Facility of Electronic Indian Postal Order (e-IPO) for payment of fee under the RTI Act, 2005

The Department of Personnel and Training and Department of Posts have launched a service called Electronic Indian Postal Order(e-IPO) to enable Indian Citizens abroad to purchase an Indian Postal Order electronically by paying fee on-line through e-Post Office Portal i.e. http://www.epostoffice.gov.in . This facility has been provided for Indian Citizens abroad to enable them to purchase a Postal Order electronically to seek information under the RTI Act, 2005.

2. The Department of Personnel and Training has intimated that the facility of Electronic Indian Postal Order (e-IPO) services has further been extended to Indian citizens residing in India for purchasing Indian Postal Order electronically by paying a fee online through e-Post Office Portal i.e. http://www.epostoffice.gov.in. which can be accessed through India Post website www.indiapost.gov.in.

3. The User needs to get himself registered at the website. He has to select the Ministry/Department from whom he desires to seek the information under the RTI Act and the e-IPO so generated can be used to seek information from that Ministry/Department only. A printout of the e-IPO is required to be attached with the RTI application. If the RTI application is being filed electronically, e-IPO is required to be attached as an attachment.

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Applications seeking information under the Act may be sent along with the prescribed fee in Rubles, equivalent to Indian Rs.10/- in cashier cheque or money order or postal order favoring “ConsulateGeneralofIndia,St.Petersburg”. [The official Rupee-Ruble conversion rate may be first checked with the Consulate]. It may be noted that information provided under the Act is available to citizens of India only. Applications should be submitted along with documentary proof of Indian Citizenship (like copy of personal particulars pages of passport.) More information is available at http://rti.gov.in


              It may also be pointed out that as per section 6(1) (a) of the RTI Act, 2005, a person who desires to obtain information under the Act is required to submit the application to the Information Officer of the “concerned public authority”. Applicants are, therefore, advised to send their requests under the RTI Act to the Consulate only when the subject matter can reasonably be presumed to pertain to the Consulate. While section 6(3) provides for the transfer of an application by a receiving PIO to another [concerned] PIO, this is clearly meant to cover situations where the application is addressed to a PIO on the assumption that it has been directed to the concerned PIO. Where the information required obviously does not pertain to the Embassy, the application may be addressed to the concerned PIO directly. The application should be supported by the proof of Indian citizenship.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF INDIA, ST. PETERSBURGREQUIRED UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE RTI ACT, 2005


1. Organisation and Function


S.No. Item Details of disclosure Remarks/ Reference Points
(Fully met/partially met/ not met- Not applicable will be treated as fully met/partially met)

1.1

Particulars of its organisation, functions and duties
[Section 4(1)(b)(i)]

(i) Name and address of the Organization

Consulate General of India
Address: 35, Ryleeva Street, Saint Petersburg, Russia- 191123

(ii) Head of the organization

Mr. Deepak Miglani, Consul General

(iii) Vision, Mission and Key objectives

Vision: To realize the interests of India and its citizens that promotes stability, security, and development.
Mission: Advance the strategic, economic and political interests of India and provide excellence in consular assistance and protection for our Citizens abroad.
Key Objectives: Strengthen India-Russia relationship.   

Facilitate the growth of India’s international trade and investments.

Deliver excellence in citizen’s protection abroad and consular services.

(iv) Function and duties

The major functions of the Consulate include consular work, economic cooperation, trade and investment promotion, cultural interaction, press and media liaison.

Consulate functions within the purview of business allocated to the Ministry of External Affairs under the Government of India’s Allocation of Business Rules and Transaction of Business Rules.

(v) Organization Chart

1. Consul General
2. Consul & Head of Chancery
3. Vice Consul (Admin), Vice Consul (Consular)
4. Assistant Section Officer (Accounts and Protocol), Assistant Section Officer (Admin and Establishment)
5.  Personal Assistant to CG
6. India Based Security Assistant

(vi) Any other details-the genesis, inception, formation of the department and the HoDs from time to time as well as the committees/ Commissions constituted from time to time have been dealt

 

 

1.2

Power and duties of its officers and employees
[Section 4(1) (b)(ii)]

(i) Powers and duties of officers (administrative, financial and judicial)

As defined under relevant instructions of Ministry and GOI Rules. Officers function under the guidance and supervision of the Ambassador, Deputy Chief of Mission and Consul General.

(ii) Power and duties of other employees

As defined under relevant instructions of Ministry and GOI Rules. Officers function under the guidance and supervision of the Consul General.

(iii) Rules/ orders under which powers and duty are derived and

Administrative powers are derived from Fundamental & Supplementary Rules, the Indian Foreign Service (Pay, Leave, Compensatory Allowances etc.) Rules
and Delegated Financial Powers of
Government of India’s Representatives
Abroad.

Other powers are derived from Passport Act of India & Consular Manual.

(iv)Exercised
(v)Work allocation

Consul & Head of Chancery: Head of Chancery, Chief Security Officer, Cyber Security, CPIO and all works related to RTI, Consular works including custody of all consular documents. Political reports. Weeding of records. Parliament questions in all subjects (except Administration). Consular/security reports. Liaison with all local authorities including the Visa outsourcing company, Protocol and ICCR/ITEC. All works related to commercial activities

Vice Consul (Admin): Drawing and Disbursing officer. Supervision of accounts work. Administrative correspondences, Parliament questions, maintenance of service books, leave accounts of India based and local staff, establishment works, administrative formalities pertaining to posting and transfer, issue of livery items, car maintenance, maintenance of inventory, upkeep of chancery building, all R &M works of building and office furniture, purchase and maintenance of office furniture, equipment including computer peripherals, ODA, Protocol, PQs/RTIs related to Administration.

Vice Consul (Consular): Visa, Passport, consular matters, related reports, returns and maintenance of relevant registers, protocol works, OCI, ICWF, maintenance of consular cash book.

Assistant Section Officer (Accounts and Protocol): Processing of all routine payments e.g. rent, electricity, water, telephone, preparation of vouchers, monthly cash account, drawal and disbursement of cash, maintenance of cash book, pay bill register, SBI drafts register, audit and related correspondences, issue of LPCs, preparation of budget and financing arrangement, arrangement of accommodation and transport for visiting delegations and settlements of bills, arrangement for cell phones for the visiting delegation, disbursement of DA to visiting delegates, protocol duties and standby for IVFRT  and administration work.

Assistant Section Officer (Admin and Establishment): Works related to consular/visa/passport, ICCR, cultural matters, Hindi, log book and preparation of OTA for staff car, office stationery, protocol works, checking the work of the cleaning agency on daily basis, standby for I-MAS. All works related to website and face book of this Post.Marketing, trade promotion, economic and commerce under the supervision of HOC

Personal Assistant to Consul General: PA to CG, Diplomatic bag, ITEC, Library (books and DVDs), newspapers and periodical, Flag car register and Log book, preparation of OTA for Flag car, Preparation of folders for visiting delegation, works related to presentation of gift items by CG, maintenance of political and visit files, protocol works, standby for IMAS and IVFRT.

India Based Security Assistant:
Maintenance of security in the Chancery, security check and scrutiny of visitors and completion of visitors register in all respect, prompt attention to telephone calls, all works related to diplomatic bags, ensure proper lighting inside the chancery premises, to accompany the cleaner to each and every room during cleaning, ensure all electric switches are off in the chancery particularly in the kitchen and toilets after office hour, accompany every visitor to the room of the respective officer, any other duties assigned by CG/HOC from time to time.

1.3

Procedure followed in decision making process
[Section 4(1)(b)(iii)]

(i) Process of decision making Identify key decision making points

Prescribed channel of GOI/Ministry under
overall supervision of the Consul General.

(ii) Final decision making authority

Ministry of External Affairs

(iii) Related provisions, acts, rules etc.

IFS (PLCA) Rules as amended from time to time

Delegated Financial Powers of Government of India’s Representatives abroad

Passport Act

Manual on Office Procedure

Other Central Government Rules and manuals published by Central Government.

(iv) Time limit for taking a decisions, if any

Varies according to the situation

(v) Channel of supervision and accountability

Prescribed channel of GOI/Ministry under overall supervision of the Consul General.

1.4

Norms for discharge of functions
[Section 4(1)(b)(iv)]

(i) Nature of functions/ services offered

Consular services,
Economic cooperation,
Trade and investment promotion,
Cultural interaction,
Press and media liaison

(ii) Norms/ standards for functions/ service delivery

Norms are set under the instruction of GOI/Ministry and supervision of the Consul General.

(iii) Process by which these services can be accessed

 

(iv) Time-limit for achieving the targets

 

Varies according to the situation

(v) Process of redress of grievances

Through Madad Portal, Emergency Contact number of the Consulate, Other Contact numbers and through email id.

1.5

Rules, regulations, instructions manual and records for discharging functions
[Section 4(1)(b)(v)]

(i) Title and nature of the record/ manual /instruction.

IFS (PLCA) Rules

Passport Act

Other Central Government Rules and manuals

(ii) List of Rules, regulations, instructions manuals and records.

IFS (PLCA) Rules as amended from time to time

Delegated Financial Powers of Government of India’s Representatives abroad

The Passport Act, 1967

Manual on Office Procedure

Other Central Government Rules and manuals published by Central Government.

(iii) Acts/ Rules manuals etc.

The Passport Act, 1967

IFS (PLCA) Rules

Other Central Government manuals

 

(iv) Transfer policy and transfer orders

 

 

As decided by Ministry of External Affairs.

1.6

Categories of documents held by the authority under its control

[Section 4(1)(b) (vi)]

(i) Categories of documents

Passport and consular services application, forms, classified/secret information relating thereto

Classified documents/files relating to India’s trade/economic relations in the Consulate’s area of jurisdiction

Unclassified documents/files including various correspondences with various ministries/agencies in India.

(ii) Custodian of documents/categories

Head of Chancery/Consul General

1.7

Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of the Public Authority
[Section 4(1)(b)(viii)]

(i) Name of Boards, Council, Committee etc.

Consulate interacts regularly with representatives of Non-Resident Indians and Persons of Indian Origin.

(ii) Composition
(iii) Dates from which constituted
(iv) Term/Tenure
(v) Powers and functions
(vi) Whether their meetings are open to the public?
(vii) Whether the minutes of the meetings are open to the public?
(viii) Place where the minutes if open to the public are available?

1.8

Directory of officers and employees
[Section 4(1) (b) (ix)]

(i) Name and designation

 

A directory is given at Annexure-I

(ii) Telephone , fax and email ID

1.9

Monthly Remuneration received by officers & employees including system of compensation
[Section 4(1) (b) (x)]

(i) List of employees with Gross monthly remuneration

A statement of monthly remuneration is at Annexure-II

(ii) System of compensation as provided in its regulations

As decided by GOI.

1.10

Name, designation and other particulars of public information officers

[Section 4(1) (b) (xvi)]

(i) Name and designation of the public information officer (PIO), Assistant Public Information (s) & Appellate Authority

 

CPIO- Mr. Naresh Kumar, Head of Chancery
Appellate Authority- Mr. Deepak Miglani, Consul General

(ii) Address, telephone numbers and email ID of each designated official.

Mr. Naresh Kumar
Address: 35, Ryleeva Street, Saint Petersburg, Russia- 191123
Telephone Number- +7-812-6407215
Email:
hoc.spburg@mea.gov.in

Mr. Deepak Miglani
Address: 35, Ryleeva Street, Saint Petersburg, Russia- 191123
Telephone Number- +7-812-6407214
Email:
cg.spburg@mea.gov.in

1.11

No. Of employees against whom Disciplinary action has been proposed/ taken

(Section 4(2))

No. of employees against whom disciplinary action has been

  • (i) Pending for Minor penalty or major penalty proceedings
  •  

    Nil

    (ii) Finalised for Minor penalty or major penalty proceedings

    Nil

    1.12

    Programmes to advance understanding of RTI

     (Section 26)

    (i) Educational programmes

    Online Soft copy.
    Refresher course are conducted by Foreign Service Institute, New Delhi for officers.

    (ii) Efforts to encourage public authority to participate in these programmes

     

    (iii) Training of CPIO/APIO
    (iv) Update & publish guidelines on RTI by the Public Authorities concerned

     

    1.13

    Transfer policy and transfer orders
    [F No. 1/6/2011- IR dt. 15.4.2013]

     

                                                                                                

    As decided by Ministry of External Affairs


    2. Budget and Programme

    S.No. Item Details of disclosure Remarks/ Reference Points
    (Fully met/partially met/ not met- Not applicable will be treated as fully met/partially met)
    2.1

    Budget allocated to each agency including all plans, proposed expenditure and reports on disbursements made etc.
    [Section 4(1)(b)(xi)]

    (i) Total Budget for the public authority The Budget figures for the current financial year are given in the statement at Annexure-III
    (ii) Budget for each agency and plan & programmes
    (iii) Proposed expenditures
    (iv) Revised budget for each agency, if any
    (v) Report on disbursements made and place where the related reports are available
    2.2

    Foreign and domestic tours
    (F.No. 1/8/2012- IR dt. 11.9.2012)

    (i) Budget Not Applicable
    (ii) Foreign and domestic Tours by ministries and officials of the rank of Joint Secretary to the Government and above, as well as the heads of the Department.
  • (a) Places visited
  • (b) The period of visit
  • (c) The number of members in the official delegation
  • (d) Expenditure on the visit
  •  

     

    (iii) Information related to procurements
  • (a) Notice/tender enquires, and corrigenda if any thereon,
  • (b) Details of the bids awarded comprising the names of the suppliers of goods/ services being procured,
  • (c) The works contracts concluded – in any such combination of the above-and
  • (d) The rate /rates and the total amount at which such procurement or works contract is to be executed.
  • 2.3

    Manner of execution of subsidy programme
    [Section 4(i)(b)(xii)]

    (i) Name of the programme of activity Not Applicable
    (ii) Objective of the programme
    (iii) Procedure to avail benefits
    (iv) Duration of the programme/ scheme
    (v) Physical and financial targets of the programme
    (vi) Nature/ scale of subsidy /amount allotted
    (vii) Eligibility criteria for grant of subsidy
    (viii) Details of beneficiaries of subsidy programme (number, profile etc)
    2.4

    Discretionary and non-discretionary grants [F. No. 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.04.2013]

    (i) Discretionary and non-discretionary grants/ allocations to State Govt./ NGOs/other institutions Not Applicable
    (ii) Annual accounts of all legal entities who are provided grants by public authorities
    2.5

    Particulars of recipients of  concessions, permits of authorizations granted by the public authority
    [Section 4(1) (b) (xiii)]

    (i) Concessions, permits or authorizations granted by public authority Not Applicable
    (ii) For each concessions, permit or authorization granted
  • (a) Eligibility criteria
  • (b) Procedure for getting the concession/ grant and/ or permits of authorizations
  • (c) Name and address of the recipients given concessions/permits or authorisations
  • (d) Date of award of concessions /permits of authorizations
  • 2.6

    `CAG & PAC paras [F No. 1/6/2011- IR dt. 15.4.2013]

    CAG and PAC paras and the action taken reports (ATRs) after these have been laid on the table of both houses of the parliament.

    Not Applicable

    3. Publicity Band Public interface

    S.No. Item Details of disclosure Remarks/ Reference Points
    (Fully met/partially met/ not met- Not applicable will be treated as fully met/partially met)

    3.1

    Particulars for any arrangement for consultation with or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of policy or implementation there of

    [Section 4(1)(b)(vii)]

    [F No 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.04.2013]

    Arrangement for consultations with  or representation by the members of the public

  • (i) Relevant Acts, Rules, Forms and other documents which are normally accessed by citizens
  • Consulate General of India, St. Petersburg functions within the norms of India’s foreign policy formulated by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). These policies are being implemented by the Consulate under the guidance of Embassy of India through various “outreach programs” for economic, cultural activities as well as consular services. The Consulate arranges various business meetings, exhibitions, cultural programs, tourism promotion events as well as regular interaction programs for consular services in which members of the public are involved.

    (ii) Arrangements for consultation with or representation by
  • (a) Members of the public in policy formulation/ policy implementation
  • (b) Day & time allotted for visitors
  • (c) Contact details of Information & Facilitation Counter (IFC) to provide publications frequently sought by RTI applicants
  • Public- private partnerships (PPP)

  • (i) Details of Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), if any
  • (ii) Detailed project reports (DPRs)
    (iii) Concession agreements.
    (iv) Operation and maintenance manuals
    (v) Other documents generated as part of the implementation of the PPP
    (vi) Information relating to fees, tolls, or the other kinds of revenues that may be collected under authorisation from the government
    (vii) Information relating to outputs and outcomes
    (viii) The process of the selection of the private sector party (concessionaire etc.)
    (ix) All payment made under the PPP project

    3.2

    Are the details of policies / decisions, which affect public, informed to them
    [Section 4(1) (c)]

    Publish all relevant facts while formulating important policies or announcing decisions which affect public to make the process more interactive;

  • (i) Policy decisions/ legislations taken in the previous one year
  • Not Applicable. Decisions are taken by Ministry of External Affairs

    (ii) Outline the Public consultation process
    (iii) Outline the arrangement for consultation before formulation of policy

    3.3

    Dissemination of information widely and in such form and manner which is easily accessible to the public
    [Section 4(3)]

    Use of the most effective means of communication

  • (i) Internet (website)
  • Relevant information is provided on Consulate’s website.

    3.4

    Form of accessibility of information manual/ handbook
    [Section 4(1)(b)]

    Information manual/handbook available in

  • (i) Electronic format
  • The Consulate website has desired information on functionaries, consular, commercial and cultural matters. Consulate also makes available to interested individual’s various CD’s and DVD’s containing information on India, its people and culture.

    (ii) Printed format

    Available in the form of Manual and Handbook

    3.5

    Whether information manual/ handbook available free of cost or not
    [Section 4(1)(b)]

    List of materials available

  • (i) Free of cost
  • Yes

    (ii) At a reasonable cost of the medium

     


     

    4. E.Governance

    S .No. Item Details of disclosure Remarks/ Reference Points
    (Fully met/partially met/ not met- Not applicable will be treated as fully met/partially met)
    4.1

    Language in which Information Manual/Handbook Available
    [F No. 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.4.2013]

    (i) English

     

    Available
    (ii) Vernacular/Local Language Not Available
    4.2

    When was the information Manual/Handbook last updated?
    [F No. 1/6/2011-IR dt 15.4.2013]

    Last date of Annual updation

    Not Applicable
    4.3

    Information available in electronic form
    [Section 4(1)(b)(xiv)]

    (i) Details of information available in electronic form

    The Consulate website has desired information on functionaries, consular, commercial and cultural matters. Consulate also makes available to interested individual’s various CD’s and DVD’s containing information on India, its people and culture.

    (ii) Name/ title of the document/record/ other information
    (iii) Location where available
    4.4 Particulars of facilities available to citizen for obtaining information
    [Section 4(1)(b)(xv)]
    (i) Name & location of the faculty

    Naresh Kumar, 35, Ryleeva Street, Saint Petersburg, Russia- 191123
    9.30 to 18.00 on all working days.
    Consul & Head of Chancery, Telephone- +7-812-6407215
    Fax- +7-812-6407221
    email- hoc.spburg@mea.gov.in  

    (ii) Details of information made available
    (iii) Working hours of the facility
    (iv) Contact person & contact details (Phone, fax email)

     

     

    4.5

    Such other information as may be prescribed under section 4(i) (b)(xvii)

    (i) Grievance redressal mechanism Fully met
    (ii) Details of applications received under RTI and information provided Fully met
    (iii) List of completed schemes/ projects/ Programmes Not Applicable
    (iv) List of schemes/ projects/ programme underway Not Applicable
    (v) Details of all contracts entered into including name of the contractor, amount of contract and period of completion of contract Not Applicable
    (vi) Annual Report Sent to Ministry
    (vii) Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) Available for Consular services
    (viii) Any other information such as
  • (a) Citizen’s Charter
  • ICWF
    (b) Result Framework Document (RFD)
    (c) Six monthly reports on the
    (d) Performance against the benchmarks set in the Citizen’s

         Charter

    4.6

    Receipt & Disposal of RTI applications & appeals [F.No 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.04.2013]

    (i) Details of applications received and disposed  
    (ii) Details of appeals received and orders issued  
    4.7

    Replies to questions asked in the parliament
    [Section 4(1)(d)(2)]

    Details of questions asked and replies given

    Sent to Ministry

     

    5.Information as may be prescribed

    S. No. Item Details of disclosure Remarks/ Reference Points
    (Fully met/partially met/ not met- Not applicable will be treated as fully met/partially met)

    5.1

    Such other information as may be prescribed [F.No. 1/2/2016-IR dt. 17.8.2016, F No. 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.4.2013]

    (i) Name & details of
  • (a) Current CPIOs & FAAs
  • (b) Earlier CPIO & FAAs from 1.1.2015
  • a) CPIO: Mr. Naresh Kumar, Consul & Head of Chancery
    FAA: Mr. Deepak Miglani, Consul General
    b) Earlier CPIO: Late Amar Kant Dan, Former Consul & Head of Chancery
    Earlier FAA: Mr. Arun Kumar Sharma, Former Consul General

    (ii) Details of third party audit of voluntary disclosure

     

  • (a) Dates of audit carried out
  • (b) Report of the audit carried out
  • a) 12-02-2018 to 21-02-2018
    b)The information provided under Section 4(1) B of RTI Act 2005 needs to be updated. We noticed that all the names of the present officers working in the Post were displayed under directory of Post’s officers and employees (Annexure-I). Information in respect of the Monthly Remuneration (Annexure-II) and Budget figures (Annexure-III) related to the financial year 2017-18 were also displayed.

    (iii) Appointment of Nodal Officers not below the rank of Joint Secretary/ Additional HoD

     

  • (a) Date of appointment
  • (b) Name & Designation of the officers
  • Not Applicable

    (iv) Consultancy committee of key stake holders for advice on suo-motu disclosure

     

  • (a) Dates from which constituted
  • (b) Name & Designation of the officers
  • Not Applicable

    (v) Committee of PIOs/FAAs with rich experience in RTI to identify frequently sought information under RTI

     

  • (a) Dates from which constituted
  • (b) Name & Designation of the Officers
  • Not Applicable


    6. Information Disclosed on own Initiative

    S.No. Item Details of disclosure Remarks/ Reference Points
    (Fully met/partially met/ not met- Not applicable will be treated as fully met/partially met)
    6.1

    Item / information disclosed so that public have minimum resort to use of RTI Act to obtain information

      Relevant Information has been put on the website.
    6.2

    Guidelines for Indian Government Websites (GIGW) is followed (released in February, 2009 and included in the Central Secretariat Manual of Office Procedures (CSMOP) by Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievance and Pensions, Govt. Of India)

    (i) Whether STQC certification obtained and its validity.
  • (ii)Does the website show the certificate on the Website?
  • Website hosted on gov.in domain. Please write the details.
    Annexure I

    Name Designation Telephone (Office) Email Id
    Mr. DeepakMiglani Consul General +7-812-6407214 cg.spburg@mea.gov.in
    Mr. Naresh Kumar Consul & HOC +7-812-6407215 hoc.spburg@mea.gov.in
    Mr. Rajeev Ranjan Vice Consul +7-812-6407216 vc.spburg@mea.gov.in
    Mr. A. K. Verma Vice Consul +7-812-6407222

    cons.spburg@mea.gov.in

    Mr. Rahul Bariyar Assistant Section Officer +7-812-6407222 accts.spburg@mea.gov.in
    Mr. Manish Kumar Assistant Section Officer +7-812-6407222 estt.spburg@mea.gov.in
    Mr. Raj Kumar PA to Consul General +7-812-6407214

    cgoffice.spburg@mea.gov.in  

    Mr. Sandeep Kumar India based Security Assistant

    +7-812-6407222

     
    Mr. Ashutosh Kumar Pandey India based Security Assistant

    +7-812-6407222

     
       
    Annexure II

    S. No. Sanctioned Post No of Post Pay Scale Level Cell
    1. Consul General 1 78800-209200 12 12
    2. Head of Chancery 1 67700-208700 11 7
    3.

    Vice Consul (Admn)

    1 56100-177500 10 11
    4. PS 1 47600-151100 8 15
    5. ASO 2 44900-142400 7/7 8/4
    6. PA 1 44900-142400 7 7
    7. Security Assistant 2 i)21700-69100
    ii)18000-56900
    3   1 15   7
    Annexure III

    S. No Head Amount (In INR)
    1. Salaries 52647000
    2. Wages 160000
    3. OTA 1065000
    4. Medical Expenditure 3287000
    5. Travel Expenses 4427000
    6. Office Expenses 13043000
    7. Rent, Rates & Taxes 33910000
    8. Advertisement and Publicity 1000000
    9. Minor Works 3840000
    10. IT Expenditure 1112000
    11. Other Charges 0
    12. Total 114491000