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Information u/s 4(1)(b) of RTI ACT


Information u/s 4(1)(b) of RTI ACT

The RTI Act under section 4 provides a comprehensive framework for promoting openness in the functioning of the public authorities.

While Section 4(1) (a) provides a general guideline for record management, so that the information could be easily stored and retained, the sub-section b, c and d of Section 4 relate to the organizational objects and functions. Sub-sections (b), (c) and (d) of Section 4 of the RTI Act and other related information can be grouped under six categories, namely, 1-organization and function, 2-Budget and programmes, 3-Publicity and public interface, 4-E. governance, 5- Information as prescribed and 6. Information disclosed on own initiative.

1. Organisation and Function

S.No.

Item

Details of Disclosure

REMARKS

1.1

Particulars of its organization, functions and duties [Section 4(1)(b)9(i)]

I.Name and address of the organization.

North Central Railway, General Manager's Office, Subedarganj, Prayagraj-211015

II.Head of the organization

General Manager/Operating

III.Vision, Mission and Key objectives



V.Organization Structure

ORGANISATION STRUCTURE

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 dealth.

NA

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)

Model SOP 2018

Contents (indianrailways.gov.in)

II.Rules/orders under which powers and duty are derived and

Model SOP , IREM

III.Exercised

Model SOP , IREM

IV.Work allocation

Model SOP , IREM

1.3

Procedure followed in decision making process

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

I.Process of decision making identify key decision making points

Model SOP , IREM

II.Final decision making authority

Model SOP , IREM

III.Related provisions, acts, rules etc.

Model SOP , IREM

IV.Time limit for taking a decisions, if any

Model SOP , IREM

V.Channel of supervision and accountability

Model SOP , IREM

1.4

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

I.Nature of functions/Services offered

Model SOP , IREM

II.Norms/standards for functions/service delivery

Model SOP , IREM

III.Process by which these services can be accessed

Model SOP , IREM

IV.Time limit for achieving the targets

Model SOP , IREM

V.Process of redress of grievances

Model SOP , IREM

1.5

Rules, regulations, instruction manual and

I.Title and nature of the record/manual/instruction

Model SOP , IREM

II.List of Rules, regulations, instructions manuals and records

Model SOP , IREM

records for discharging function [Section 4(1)(b)(v)]

III.Acts/Rules manuals etc.

Model SOP , IREM

IV.Transfer policy and transfer orders

Model SOP , IREM

1.6

Categories of documents held by the authority under its control [Section 4(1)(b)(vi)]

I.Categories of documents

NA

II.Custodian of documents/categories

NA

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.

ZRUCC DRUCC 

II.Composition

ZRUCC DRUCC

III.Dates from which constituted

Please CLICK HERE

IV.Term / Tenure

Please CLICK HERE

V.Powers and functions

Please CLICK HERE

VI.Whether their meetings are open to the public?

NA

VII.Whether the minutes of the meetings are open to the public?

YES

VIII.Place where the minutes if open to the public are available?

NCR WEB PORTAL

1.8

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

I.Name and designation

Telephone Directory

II.Telephone, fax and email ID.

Telephone Directory

1.9

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

I.List of employees with Gross monthly remuneration

Employees can access their own details through IPAS. All payments are done through NEFT. https://aims.indianrailways.gov.in/IPAS

II.System of compensation as provided in its regulations

As per Rly. Board. Guide Lines

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

Click here for CPIO and Appellate Authority

II.Address, telephone numbers and email ID of each designated official

-DO-

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

Programme to advance understanding of RTI (Section 26)

I.Educational programmes

Time to time Conducted Through VC/AC by HOD, MDP & Rajbhasha Courses.

II.Efforts to encourage public authority to participate in these programmes

---------do------

III.Training of CPIO/APIO

As per CIC and Railway Board Guidelines

IV.Update and publish guidelines on RTI by the Public Authorities concerned

RTI Act is uploaded at Rly-Site.

1.13

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

As Per Rly. Board Guide Lines.

2. Budget and Programme

 S.No.

Item

Details of Disclosure

REMARKS

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

Please Click Here

II.Budget for each agency and plan and programmes

Please click Here

III.Proposed expenditures

Please click Here

IV.Revised budget for each agency, if any.

Please click Here

V.Report on disbursements made and place where the related reports are available.

Please click Here

2.2

Foreign and domestic tours [F No. 1/8/2012-IR dt. 11.9.2012]

I.Budget

Please Click Here

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

Please Click Here

and As per Railway Board guidelines

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

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.

Please Click here for the details

2.3

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

I.Name of the programme of activity

As per Rly. Board’sPolicies & guidelinesand commercial Manual I and Commercial Manual II 

II.Objective of the programme

As per Rly. Board’sPolicies & guidelines

III.Procedure to avail benefits

As per Rly. Board’sPolicies & guidelines

IV.Duration of the programme / scheme

NA

V.Physical and financial targets of the programme

As per Rly. Board’sPolicies & guidelines

VI.Nature / scale of subsidy / amount allotted

As per Rly. Board’sPolicies & guidelines

VII.Eligibility criteria for grant of subsidy

As per Rly. Board’sPolicies & guidelines

VIII.Details of beneficiaries of subsidy programme (number, profile etc.)

Board’sPolicies & guidelinesand commercial Manual I and Commercial Manual II 

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

Please Click here for Model SOP

II.Annual accounts of all legal entities who are provided grants by public authorizes.

Please Click here for Model SOP

2.5

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

I.Concessions, permits or authorizations granted by public authority.

Board’sPolicies & guidelines and commercial Manual I and Commercial Manual II 

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 authorizations

d)Date of award of concession/permits of authorizations

Board’s Policies & guidelinesand commercial Manual I and Commercial Manual II 

2.6

CAG & PAC paras [F No. 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.04.2013]

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

NA

3.Publicity Band Public Interface

 S.No.

Item

Details of Disclosure

REMARKS

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 consultation with or representation by the members of the public

I.Relevant acts, Rules, Forms and other documents which are normally accessed by citizens

ZRUCC, DRUCC

Please CLICK HERE

II.Arrangements for consultation with or representation by

a)Members of the public in policy formulation / policy implementation

b)Day and time allotted for visitors

c)Contact details of Information and Facilitation Counter (IFC) to provide publications frequently sought by RTI applicants

As per Railway Board

Public – private partnerships (PPP)

I.Details of Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), if any

As per Railway Board Policies and guide lines issues from time to time.

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 authorization from the government

VII.Information relating to outputs and outcomes

-DO-

VIII.The process of the selection of the private sector party (concessionaire etc.)

-DO-

IX.All payment made under the PPP project

-DO-

3.2

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

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

Press Releases / News at NCR web portal

I.Policy decisions/legislations taken in the previous one year

Please click here for RB Guideline

II.Outline the Public consultation process

Please click here for RB Guideline

III.Outline the arrangement for consultation before formulation of policy

Please click here for RB Guideline

3.33

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)

ncr.indianraiwlays.gov.in

3.34

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

Information manual/handbook available in

I.Electronic format



Yes, Please click here

II.Printed format

Yes, Please click here

3.35

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

List of materials available

I.Free of cost

Yes, free of cost please click here for Material

II.At a reasonable cost of the medium

Free of cost

 4.E. Governance

4.1

Language in which Information Manual / Handbook Available [F No. 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.04.2013]

English

English

Vernacular / Local Language

Local language

4.2

When was the information Manual/Handbook last updated? [F No. 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.04.2013]

Last date of Annual updation

Please click here for latest updates information

4.3

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

I.Details of information available in electronic form.

Please click here for codes and manual

II.Name/title of the document/record/other information

Please click here for codes and manual

III.Location where available

Please click here for codes and manual

4.4

Particulars of facilities available to citizen for obtaining information [Section 4(1)(b)(xv)]

I.Name and location of the faculty

Please click here for codes and manual

II.Details of information made available

Please click here for codes and manual

III.Working hours of the facility

24 hour

IV.Contact person and contact details (Phone, faxemail)

NA

4.5

Such other information as may be prescribed under section [Section 4(1)(b)(xvii)]

I.Grievance redressal mechanism

Help line numbers – 139,182,1072,138 

https://pgportal.gov.in/

II.Details of applications received under RTI and information provided

Online RTI webportal.

III.List of completed schemes/projects/Programmes

NA

IV.List of schemes/ projects / programme underway

NA

V.Details of all contracts entered into including name of the contractor, amount of contract and period of completion of contract.

NA

VI.Annual Report

https://pgportal.gov.in/

VII.Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

Available on RTI web portal

VIII.Any other information such as

a)Citizen’s Charter

Please click here for citizen charter

b)Result Framework Document (RFD)

-DO-

c)Six monthly reports on the

-DO-

d)Performance against the benchmarks set in the Citizen’s Charter.

-DO-

4.6

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

I.Details of applications received and disposal

Received - 379

Disposed - 379

Pending- 0

  From 01.04.2022 to 31.03.2023

II.Details of appeals received and orders issued

Received - 41

Disposed - 41

Pending - 0

From 01.04.2022 to 31.03.2023

4.7

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

Details of questions asked and replies given.

NA

5.Information as may be prescribed

 S.No.

Item

Details of Disclosure

REMARKS

5.1

Such other information as may be prescribed [F No. 1/2/2016-IR dt. 17.08.2016, [F No. 1/6/2011-IR dt. 15.04.2013]

I.Name & details of

a)Current CPIOs & FAAs

b)Earlier CPIO & FAAs from 1.1.2015

NA

II.Details of third party audit of voluntary disclosure

a)Dates of audit carried out

b)Report of the audit carried out

NA

III.Appointment of Nodal Officers not below the rank of joint Secretary / Additional HoD

a)Date of appointment

b)Name & Designation of the officers

NA

IV.Consultancy committee of key stake holders for advice on suo-motu disclosure

a)Dates of appointment

b)Name & Designation of the officers

NA

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

NA

6.Information Disclosed on own Initiative

S.No.

Item

Details of Disclosure

REMARKS

6.1

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

Dealt as per under section 4

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?

 

                          

                                                   

 

                       

                                

 


  



















Detail for clause 4(b) of Chapter II of Right to Information Act 2005 regarding ‘Office of the Chief Operations Manager, North Central Railway is as under :-

 

1.Particulars, Function and Duties of the organization:

(a)Organization Chart of PCOM/NCR office is as below:-

Shobhit Bhatnagar

PCOM

Freight

Coaching

Planning

D.K.Verma

CFTM

S.P.Verma

CPTM

Rajesh Kumar

CTPM

S.K.Gautam

Dy.COM/Goods

Girish Kanchan

Dy.COM/Chg.

Mayank Rana

Dy.COM/Planning

STM/Goods

STM/Chg.

STM/Planning

ATM/Goods

ATM/Chg.

ATM/Planning



 

(b)     Function and Duties of the Officers of Operations branch posted at present is as under :

PRINCIPAL CHIEF OPERATIONS MANAGER

Principal Chief Operations Manager is the administrative Head of train operations branch in the Zonal railway and reporting to Railway Board and GM. He is responsible for management of Traffic planning, Freight and Passenger train operation, through the teams headed by Chief Transportation Planning Manager, Chief Freight Transportation Manager and Chief Passenger Transportation Manager. He holds overall managerial responsibility and exercise unlimited control of both passenger and freight in the railway, as a whole. His office ensures compliance of Policies and guidelines laid down by the Railway Board (Ministry of Railways) and are promptly followed and implemented in the system.

 

CHIEF TAFFIC PLANNING MANAGER

CTPM is the head of planning organization of Operating department. He is responsible for approval of traffic facilities works, infrastructure developmental activities, issuing of RTC, finalization of drawing, transfer and posting of non-gazetted staff and assists COM in disposal of DAR cases of Gr.”C’ staff of the Railway.He co-ordinates with private sectors for setting up of new private railway siding for up coming projects. He also co-ordinates and gives direction to remove bottlenecks and decongestion the section. CTPM is also head of Rules section and Man power planning in operations department.

 

DEPUTY CHIEF OPERATIONS MANAGER-PLANNING

Assisting CTPM in planning matter. He handles works related to traffic facility, approval of yard plans, preparation of line capacity statement, Gauge conversion, Doubling , Electrification of section.

SENIOR TRANSPORTATION MANAGER-GEN & RULE

He handles works related to traffic safety and traffic stores. He deals with matters pertaining to review and amendment to General and Subsidiary rules, Accident Manual and Block working Manual. He monitors functions of Zonal Railway Training institute, Divisional Training Centers and up gradation of training facilities for operating category staff. Deals with implementation of rules and recommendations like ones of High Level Committee on disaster Management and Accident Inquiry Report, Railway Safety Review Committee which are pertaining to operating department.

 

CHIEF FREIGHT TRAFFIC MANAGER


Planning and handling of freight loading and unloading on NCR. He coordinates with adjoining railways and Railway Board on day-to-day basis for freight movement. He also co-ordinates and gives direction for inter divisional and inter railway movements. Give suitable orders to divisions and Central Control with regard to restrictions and unloading/loading, plans for better performance of the loading/unloading terminals of the Railways.

 

 

DY CHIEF OPERATIONS MANAGER/ GOODS


He assists CFTM in planning, monitoring and co-ordinates freight operations on North Central Railway. Plans freight movement, freight loading and unloading on NCR, Conducts conference with divisions and issue guidance/instructions to controls at division and Headquarter. Monitors daily indents position and supply of wagons under the PTS in force. Issues approvals for diversion/rebooking of rakes on the system, under the rules in force.

 

He is also Nodal Officer of RTI act for Operating department.

 

SENIOR TRANSPORTATION MANAGER/GOODS

Assisting CFTM and Dy.COM (Goods)in freight management. Analyses the data and positions received from divisions and monitors daily freight operations through respective divisional controls and central control. Put up important massages/orders received in central control from Divisions/Railway Board for granting approval/permission and orders from higher management. Check implementation of orders in the system of operation.

 

CHIEF PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION MANAGER

He is the Head of coaching organization and looks after the planning, running and monitoring of movement related to Mail/Express, Passenger and Special trains on the entire NCR. He co-ordinates with divisions of NCR , adjoining Railways and Railway Board in connection with the running of passenger trains. He decides the matters pertaining to Time-Tabling, augmentation of coaches in trains, introductions of new trains for which overall guideline issued by Railway Board. He monitors the punctual running of trains, analyses reasons for loss of punctuality and manages running of trains at the time of any accidents/unusual. He is assisted by Dy. Chief Operation Manager-Coaching. CPTM is also head of Rules section and Man power planning in operations department.

DY CHIEF OPERATIONS MANAGER/ COACHING

 

He assists CPTM in discharging day to day passenger carrying train operation. He monitors punctual running of trains and also organize the running of special trains. He processes the matter related to time tabling, stoppages of trains and deals with various demands from MPs, MLAs and Public representatives.

 

 

2.    POWERS, DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

 

(a)  Duties of the officers are given vide (2) above. Powers pertaining to Stores, Works and General Matters have been prescribed in Schedule of powers.

(b)  Powers regarding establishment is prescribed in SOPEST.

(c)  The power for discipline and appeal matters are mentioned vide DAR rules 1968.

 

 3.  PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN DECISION MAKING INCLUDING    CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION

(a) Works Programme (Traffic Facilities Works)

Work proposals duly vetted by divisional accounts and approved by DRM are received from field units in two categories i.e. under GM’s power (Costing below 2.5 crore) and at Railway Board’s level(Costing above Rs.2.5 Crore).

Works proposals under GM power (Costing below Rs. 2.5 crore for traffic facility work)

The proposals received from units are scrutinized by CTPM/NCR and after obtaining approval of PCOM/NCR, the proposals send to CEPD/NCR. CEPD /NCR sends the proposals are put up to GM/NCR by CEPD /NCR for obtaining approval and considering the lump sum budget grant, GM approves the proposals, After the approval of GM, the work features in LAW (List of approved works) book.

Works proposals at Railway Board’s level (Costing above Rs. 2.5 Crore for traffic facility work)

The proposals received from units are scrutinized by CTPM/NCR and after obtaining approval of PCOM/NCR, the proposals are sent to CEPD/NCR. CEPD/NCR obtain the approval of GM for inclusion in PWP (Preliminary Works Programme). After approval of GM, the proposal are sent to PFA for obtaining concurrence .After PFA’s concurrence, CTPM/NCR sends the proposals to CEPD/NCR for inclusion in PWP(Preliminary Works Programme). CEPD /NCR then sends the proposals to Railway Board. Railway Board then publishes Pink Book for sanctioned works. On being featured in Law Book / Pink Book , detailed estimate is prepared by field unit and got vetted and sanctioned by competent authority. Mode of executing the work is decided as per SOP/(Works ).

(b) Procurement of office furniture

Requirement of the furniture is put up to PCOM/NCR. After obtaining administrative approval, it is sent to PFA for finance concurrence. After receiving finance concurrence the indents are send to Store department. Finance concurrence is required if cost of item is above 15000/-, if cost is more than 15000/- requisition is sent to store department after vetting by accounts deptt. If furniture of a particular brand/company is needed, the PAC certificate is also requires to be attached with the requisition. Limit for sanction by PHOD is up to 5 Lakh per occasion. Firm who submits tender of minimum rate is given purchase order for the supply of material.

(c) Procurement of petty materials

As per the financial powers given in SOPGEN the proposal is put up to the concerned officer. After obtaining administrative approval the requisition is prepared and it is sent to Stores department for the supply of the materials.

(d) Indents for loading

Indenter deposits prescribed amount @ 1500/-j per wagon and Rs.50000/-for allotment of full rake in the goods shed/SS office. The amount is to be deposited where loading will originate. Rakes will be allotted on the basis of priority and date of registration by the Sr. DOMs of the Divisions.

(e) Allotment of coaches and special trains

Normally coaches are required for the purpose of marriage party and other tour parties and special trains for pilgrimage and other purposes . For the allotment of coaches which is required to deposit Rs.50,000/- per coach as registration cum security deposit through IRCTC. As well Rs.10,00,000/- for booking of 20 coach train. Office of CPTM obtains clearance for running of coaches over other railways and formal sanction of coaches is communicated to party concerned who prepares special ticket before 48 hrs. of departure. For which he has to deposit prescribed amount.

4.     NORMS SET FOR DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS

         The following norms laid down for the discharge of duties

The following norms laid down for the discharge of duties

S.N.

Item

Laid down norms

1

GM’s MCDO to CRB

10th of every month

2

PCOM’s MCDO to MT

As early as possible

3

Reply to general references

Within 30 days

4

Monthly Evaluation report to statistic branch

8th for every month

5

Plant wise, month wise cement loading to Railway Board

10th of every month

6

Punctually performance

10th of every month


5.    RULES,REGULALTIONS,INSTRUCTION,MANUALS,RECORDS  USED

(a) Circulars and other guidelines issued by RB

(j) MCDO

(b) General & Subsidiary Rules

(k) Statistical data

(c) Operating manual

(l) Duty list

(d) Accident manual

(m) SOPGEN

(e) Law book

(n) SOPEST

(f) Pink book

(o)Line capacity & utilization

(g) Establishment manual

(p) Block working manual

(h) Disaster management

(q) Safety circulars

(i) Safety bulletin

( r) Tenders


6.     STATEMENT OF CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS HELD

    Statements related to:-

(a)Goods section

(b)Coaching section

(c)Planning section

(d)Establishment

(e)Safety


7. DETAILS OF ARRANGEMENT OF CONSULTATION/REPRESENTATION OF PUBLIC IN POLICY FORMULATION OR IMPLEMENTATION.

      Operating departments dealing is mainly with public, the representationsof public are received by the following ways:-

(a)Through ZRUCC

(b)Consultation with DRUCC, which is held at divisional level, the detailed report, is sent to H Q.

(c)Representation received from MP, MLA, Government officials and public by any mode.


8.     STATEMENT OF BOARDS, COUNCILS , COMMITTEES CONSTITUTED AS ITS PART.

None

Gazetted Officers                                                       

HQ/Division

Designation

          Name

Headquarters

1.

PCOM

Shri Shobhit Bhatnagar

2.

CFTM

Shri D. K.Verma

3.

CPTM  

Shri S. P. Verma

4.

CTPM

Shri Rajesh Kumar

5.

Dy.COM/Goods 

Shri S. K. Gautam

6.

Dy.COM/Coaching 

Shri Girish Kanchan

7.

Dy.COM/Planning

Shri Mayank Rana

8.

ATM/Chg. & General

Miss Medha Anand

9.

10.

Prayagraj Division

1.

Sr.DOM (Co.)

Dr. S.K.Shukla

2.

Sr.DOM /Goods

Shri Sanjeev Kumar Vyas

3.

DOM / Goods

Shri Amit Anand

4.

Dy. CTM/CNB

Shri Ashutosh Singh

5.

ATM/GMC

Shri Saurabh Mishra 

6.

DTM / TDL

Shri 

7.

AOM/Movement

Shri Ratan Jha

8.

ATM/TDL

Shri 

9.

Station Director/PRYJ

Shri V. K. Dwivedi

10.

Jhansi Division

1.

Sr.DOM (Co.)

Shri Shashi Kant Tripathi 

2.

Sr. DOM/Goods & Gen

Shri J. Sanjay Kumar  

3.

DOM/Coaching

Shri D. K. Jain

ADOM Goods


4.

Station Director VGLB

Agra Division

1.

Sr.DOM (Co.)

Shri Hrishikesh Maurya

2.

Sr. DOM /G & C

Shri K.G. Goswami

3.

DOM /Goods

Dr. Amit Sudarshan

4

AOM/Chg.

Shri N.P.Singh

5

 (a) Officers Directory:

Name (S/Shri)

Desig.

Railway

BSNL

Mobile

Office

Resi.

Office

Resi

Biplav Kumar

PCOM

23401

23402

2230237

2230029

D.K.Verma

CFTM

23405

-

2230228

2540008

S.P.Verma

CPTM

23409

23410

2230445

2230677

CTPM

23411

-

2230418

-

S K Shukla

Dy COM/ Goods

23421

23422

2435013

2424109

Girish Kanchan

Dy COM/Chg.

Jai Shankar

PS-I/COM

23413

23436

-

-

(b)Staff Directory:

S.N.

Name of Employee (Shri)

Designation

CUG Mobile No

1

Vinay Kumar Singh

TI/Planning

9794835922

2

R K Anand

 PS/PCOM

9794835936

3

A K Ojha

WMI

9794835938

4

Vikramjeet Patel

CHC TT

9794835939

5

Rajesh Kumar

Tl / Coaching

9794835940

6

Sandeep Tiwari

TI / PCOM

9794835941

7

Manoj Kumar

TI/TT

9794835942

8

R B Verma

CHC

9794835943

9

Premchand Prasad

CHC/Fireght

9794835944

10

Pawan Kumar Verma

COS/Coaching

9794835945

11

Shiv Patel

TI

9793913262

12

Akhilesh Singh

TI/Stat./Freight

9794835948

13

Shamim Alam

CHC/Freight

9794866820

14

Nilesh Agarwal

CHC/CHG

9794866834

15

Santosh Kumar Pandey

CHC/TT

9794866835

16


17

Sashi Prakash Yadav

CHC/Freight

9794866838

18

R C Pandey

TI/MPP

9794866840

19

Anil Kumar Pandey

TI/Rule

9794866841

20

Hari Shankar Singh

TI/ ODC

9794866842

21

Arvind Tripathi

SM/Freight

9794866843

22

Ranveer Singh

CHC

9794866844

23

Nahid Fatima

CHC

9794866845

24

B S Chauhan

CHC/P

9794866846

25

M K Srivastava

CHC

9794866847

26

Muinuddin Usmani

Sr TI/FOIS

9794866849

27

Ramesh Chandra

CTNC/ Coaching

9794866850

28

Asharfi Lal

COS/Goods

9794866855

29

Jitendra Singh

OS/TGS

9794866869

30

Rajesh Kumar

OS/TGS

9794866870

31


COS/Store

9794866853

32

Mithilesh Kumar

OS/Store

9794866879

33

Shiv Shankar

OS/Coaching

9794866857

34

Mahesh Chandra

OS/Gaz.

9794866867

35

Archana Singh

OS/Gen

9794866868

36

Pawan Kumar Verma

COS/Coaching

9794835945

37

Subash kumar

COS/Planning

9794866852

38

R M Tripathi

OS/Coaching

 9794866866

39

Ashok Kumar

OS/ Coaching

 9794866872

40

Mithilesh Kumar

OS/ R & D

41

Upendra Kumar

OS/ Goods

        --

42

Prem Kumar Bind

OS/Coaching

9794866854

43

Sanjeev Kumar

PS/CPTM

9794866863

44

Kaushal kishor

Sr. Clerk

45

Suman Kumar

Steno/CFTM

9794866878

46

Som Nath

HTNC/Freight

9794866858

47

S P Mishra

HTNC/Chg-Stock

9794866859

48

Saurabh Singh

Dy. CHC

9794866860

49

Zahir Husan

CHC Stock

9794866861

50

Ajeet Kumar Mall

Dy.CHC

9794866862

51

R K Pandey

Sr. TI/Freight

9794866864

52

S K Sahu

TI/FOIS

9794866865

53

Mukesh Tiwari

SM/Freight

9794866874

54

Chandra Shekhar Pandey

TI Planning

9794866875

55

Mahesh Sharma

CTNC/Freight

9794866876

56

Bikash Prasad

TI/Chg

8400099455

57

Sunanda Kumari

Steno

9794835946

58

Vimal Kumar Gupta

TI

9794835935

59

10.BUDGET, PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES:

          This information is available with FA&CAO.

11. PARTICULARS OF CONCESSION RECEIPTS:

          None

12.  FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR OBTAINING   INFORMATION :

          (a)Telephone

          (b)  FAX

          (c)  FOIS

          (d) E Mail

          (e) Internet

13. Monthly remuneration received by each officer and employee including the system of compensation as provided in it's regulations:

             Workmen Compensation Act 1923 Ex-Gratia Payment

 14. NAME, DESIGNATION, PARTICULARS OF PIO :

          Shri Ankur Chandra

          DGM(G)/ NCR

          CUG: 09794835004


 15. THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS             OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS.

First  Appellate Authority

Shri  S.P.Verma

1st Appellate Authority  

Chief Passenger Transportaion Manager 

(CPTM) / HQ. Subedarganj  Prayagraj

Mob:- 9794835901

Public Information Officer 

Dy.COM/Goods.

 Shri S.K.Gautam
 Dy COM / Goods
 Mob. 9794835908

16  Such other information  as may be prescribed.

Lot of information available on NCR Website like tender, press Releases, Employment Notifications, Important News etc :

17. Dy. COM /Goods is the Nodal Officer for Operating   Department.

  Shri S.K.Gautam
  Dy COM / Goods
 Mob. 9794835908

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