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THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005

INFORMATION ON HECL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RTI ACT 2005

In accordance with the provisions of the Right to Information Act, 2005 and in compliance with chapter II section 4(1) sub clause (b), the following information is placed:

Compliance under Section 4(1) sub clause (b) of Right to information Act, 2005


I Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties
II Powers and duties of HECL Officers and employees
III Procedure followed in the decision making process (Organisation Chart)
IV Norms set by HECL for discharge of its functions
V Rules and regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by HECL or under its control or used by HECL employees for discharging its functions.
VI Statement of the categories of documents that are held by HECL or under its control
VII Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof
VIII Statement of the Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as HECL?s 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
IX Directory of HECL?s officers and employees
X Monthly remuneration received by each of HECL Officers and Employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations
XI The budget allocated to each of HECL?s agencies indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and report on disbursement made
XII The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes
XIII Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by HECL
XIV Details in respect of the information, available to or held by HECL, reduced in an electronic form
XV Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a Library or a reading room, if maintained for public use
XVI Name, designation and other particulars of the Central Public Information Officer
XVII Other Useful Information

Procedure for seeking of information and inspection of Records

I. Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties


Incorporated: On 31st December 1958
Core strength: One-stop-shop for:
  • Mining Equipments
  • Steel Plant Equipments
  • EM Equipment
  • Railway Products
  • Defense Products
Equity base: Rs. 453.24 crore (100% Govt.)

HECL a Public Sector Undertaking, under Ministry of Heavy Industry, Government of India, is a leading organization in India.


HEC was incorporated on 31.12.1958 under the Companies Act, 1956. The company started production in the year 1964. It was established under the Ministry of Industry with the primary objective of achieving self sufficiency and self reliance in the field of design and manufacture of equipment and machinery for core sector, especially steel industries. It was visualized at that time that one steel plant of one million ton capacity will be added every year in India, which however, did not materialize. Consequently the demand for steel making machinery was never as high as it was expected. Hence HEC diversified its area of operation in other core sectors like mining, railways, defence etc. Currently, the company is engaged in the manufacture and supply of capital equipment, machine tools and spares needed for the core sector industries namely; steel, coal, cement, power, defence, aluminum, ship building and railways etc.


The head office and three plants of the company are situated in Ranchi, the capital of the newly formed state Jharkhand. The company has its offices in New Delhi and Kolkatta.


Capital Base:

The authorised capital of the company is Rs. 500 crores and the paidupcapital is Rs.453.24 crores.


Existing Plant Facilities, Products and Past Collaborations:

More than 7000 acres of land had been conveyed to the company at the time of its incorporation by Govt. of Bihar for its use. The company has built plants, administrative office and township on this land.


The company was set up with the capability to manufacture steel plant equipment that can enhance the steel producing capacity by one million tones per annum. The company has three manufacturing units and one project and consultancy division viz.


(i) Foundry Forge Plant (FFP)

(ii) Heavy Machine Building Plant (HMBP)

(iii) Heavy Machine Tool Plant (HMTP)

(iv) Project Division (TKP)


The installed capacity of the plant units is as follows:-

(i) FFP: 44000 T of casting and forgings

(ii) HMBP: 40,000 T of equipment and structures

(iii) HMTP: 120 nos. of machine tools.


Details of facilities available, the products and the past collaborators of the plant are as follows:-


FOUNDRY FORGE PLANT (FFP)

The plant was established in collaboration with SKODAEXPORT of erstwhile CSSR and equipped with facilities for melting, heavy and medium casting, all types of forging and machining. Some of the major facilities installed in the plant are as follows:-

  1. Induction furnaces of capacity 0.5 t, 2t and 3t.
  2. Arc furnaces of capacity 5t, 10t, 20t and 60t.
  3. Vacuum arc degassing furnace of capacity 60t.
  4. Hydraulic forge presses of capacity 6000t, 2650t, 1650t and 1000t.
  5. 3t hammer, a series of small free forgings hammers and die forging presses.
  6. Various ranges of machine tools including one lathe of 53m bed length.
  7. Low frequency induction hardening machine for CRM rolls (25 mm depth).
  8. Centrifugal casting facility for slender bushes (350 mm dia and 1m long).
  9. Horizontal and vertical mist quenching equipment for quality heat treatment, producer gas & oxygen plant

The plant has also acquired technical know-how from the following agencies:-

  1. M/s Hitachi of Japan for updating forgings and forged roll technology.
  2. M/s Creusot Loire of France for manufacture of diesel locomotive crankshafts.
  3. M/s National Forge of USA for nitriding and machining of diesel locomotive crankshafts.

It manufacturers the following products:-

  1. Medium and heavy castings/forgings for coal, defence, railway power and other engineering sector - iron castings weighing upto 100t, steel castings weighing upto 90t, non-ferrous castings weighing upto 1t and forgings weighing upto 20t.

  2. Rolls for hot rolling mill and cold rolling mill of steel plant.
  3. Crankshafts for railways.
  4. Rolling mills, slabbing mills, blooming mills, SG iron rolls etc.

In addition this plant has also developed the following critical products:-

  1. Armour plate forging for defence
  2. Turret castings for defence.
  3. Propeller shafts for Navy.

HEAVY MACHINE BUILDING PLANT (HMBP)

The plant was established in collaboration with ROMASEXPORT of erstwhile USSR and equipped with facilities for machining, gear cutting, heavy structurals and heat treatment. The plant comprises the following shops:-

  1. Heavy Machine Shop
  2. Medium and small machine shop
  3. Reduction gear shop
  4. Block of coke oven shop
  5. Heat treatment and forging shop
  6. Tools shop
  7. Repair shop
  8. Structural fabrication shop.

Some of the major facilities installed in the plant are as follows:-

  1. Giant lathe (SOB:4 m, CD:20m)
  2. CNC vertical turning and boring machine (job dia, 14m, job weight 250t)
  3. CNC plano milling machine (job size 3.5mx7mx2.5m,job weight 120t).
  4. CNC Horizontal boring machine (200 mm spindle dia x 18 m col.travel)
  5. CNC flame cutting machine (Max job size 25mx6.2m upto 500 mm thick).
  6. Gear cutting machine (max job dia 5m, max. module 40mm hobbing).

The plant has also acquired technical know-how from the following agencies:-

  1. M/s Schloemann Siemag (SMS) of Germany for Continuous Casting Plants.
  2. M/s Lurgi GmbH of Germany for Sinter Plants.
  3. M/s MANN of Germany for special purpose cranes.
  4. M/s Bucyrus-erie of USA for 10 cu.m. excavators.
  5. M/s Ransom and Rapier of UK for walking draglines.
  6. M/s GHH Sterkrade of Germany for Mine winders and vertical transportation system.
  7. M/s Orenstein and Koppel (O&K) AG of Germany for Hydraulic excavators.

The plant designs and manufactures equipment and spares for the following:-

  1. Steel plants.
  2. Coal/mining equipment viz. 5 and 10 cu.m. rope shovels, hydraulic shovels, draglines, crushers and grinders, material handling equipment etc.
  3. Aluminium, power, defence, space research and atomic energy etc.

It has also a design and technology wing manned with trained and experienced engineers. Some of the major equipment successfully designed by HMBP are as follows:-


Steel Plant Equipment

  1. Sinter plant equipment (75 sq.m. to 312 sq.m.)
  2. Coke Oven batteries (4.3 m to 7 m tall ovens).
  3. Blast furnace (1033 cu.m. to 3200 cu.M)
  4. Steel melting shop equipment (100t to 300t LD converter)
  5. Continuous casting plant (for slabs/blooms/billets)
  6. Rolling mill equipment including 3600 mm plate mill
  7. EOT crane (up to 450t capacity).

Mining Equipment

  1. Draglines upto 24 cu.m. Capacity and 96m boom.
  2. Electric rope shovels (5/10/12.5 cu.m. capacity).
  3. Primary gyratory, secondary and tertiary cone crushers and double toggle jaw crushers of various sizes.
  4. Mine winders upto drum dia 4.6m
  5. Folding cum-vertical repositioning platform for India Space Research Organisation (ISRO)

HEAVY MACHINE TOOLS PLANT (HMTP)

The plant was established in collaboration with SKODA of erstwhile, CSSR and equipped with facilities for manufacturing heavy machine tools-both conventional and CNC version. It has also design and R&D wing manned with trained and experienced engineers. The plant is equipped with CNC machine tools, conventional machine tools, induction hardening equipment etc. Subsequently, the plant has also acquired technical know-how from the following agencies:-

  1. M/s HERCULES of Germany for roll grinding machines
  2. M/s HEGENSCHEIDT of Germany for railway lathes
  3. M/s O-M of Japan for vertical borers.
  4. M/s BOEHRINGER of Germany for plano-milling machines

The plant designs and manufactures equipment and spares for the following:-

  1. Special purpose railway machine tools
  2. CNC & Conventional machine tools in the medium and heavy rang for core sectors and defence like vertical turning and boring machine, roll turning lathe, roll grinding machine, deep hole boring machine, planer, plano-milling machine etc.

It also has also a fully equipped development wing and design section with CAD center, prototype assembling and testing facilities and manned with qualified and experienced engineers. HMTP has successfully indigenised the design of machine tools ?both conventional and CNC version.


For movement of the materials within the plant and upto Hatia railway yard (nearest railway station) HEC has its siding of approx. 100 kms. of railway lines served by its own diesel engines (8 nos.) and wagons (125 nos.). The company has power generating facilities consisting of 4 nos. of DG sets each of 2.8 MW in FFP and 1 no of 3.5 MW of DG set in HMBP as standby arrangement.


VISION

To be a major Heavy Engineering Company in India providing quality products and services to the Steel, Mining, Railways and other Strategic Sectors.


MISSION

  1. To acquire and maintain leading position as suppliers of quality equipment, spares, systems & services for the Steel, Mining, Railways and other Strategic Sectors.
  2. To make the Revival Plan sustainable and expand business into allied areas and other priority sectors of the economy.

OBJECTIVES

  1. GROWTH

    To have sustained growth of 20% and achieve Sales/production level of Rs.2000 crores by 2016-17.



  2. PROFITABILITY

    To provide adequate return on capital employed, primarily through improvement in operational efficiency, capacity utilisation& productivity, in order to generate adequate internal resources to finance the company’s growth.



  3. HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

    To enable each employee to achieve his optimum potential, improve his capabilities, perceive his role and responsibilities and participate in and contribute to the growth and success of the company.



  4. To continuously invest in human resources and be alive to their needs, hopes and aspirations.

  5. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

    To build a high degree of customer confidence by providing increased value for his money through improved product quality, delivery, performance and customer service.



  6. MODERNISATION

    To upgrade and moderniseexisting facilities with the aim of increasing availability/productivity of machines/equipmentand removing bottlenecks; create new facilities to enter into new business areas.



  7. TECHNOLOGY

    To achieve technological excellence in operation by upgrading IT, development of indigenous technology and efficient absorption and adaptation of imported technologies to suit business needs and priorities with a view to providing a competitive advantage to the company.



Addresses of HEC Ltd. Corporate Office, Divisions and Offices


II. Powers and duties of HECL Officers and employees

HEC Limited is a Public Sector Undertaking under the Ministry of Heavy Industries. The powers of Company official are well defined at all levels in the Organization. Duties are assigned to its officers and employees from time to time.


III. Procedure followed in the decision making process: (Organization Chart)

HECL has a well-defined system of decision making with adequate channels of supervision and accountability. Proposals requiring decisions of any nature are initiated at appropriate Executive level at the Divisions/Offices and at the Corporate level. Proposals generally pass through Directors and CMD for approval. All proposals having financial implications are routed through respective Finance Departments/Divisions. Powers delegated to various approving authorities are clearly spelled out in HECL's "Delegation of Powers" document.


Where required, Departmental/Divisional committees are formed to facilitate decision making.


Major policy decisions and decisions going beyond the delegation of powers upto CMD level are put up to the Board for approval. An Organizational Chart of HECL is appended below:


Organization Chart



IV. Norms set by HECL for discharge of its functions


The norms for discharge of functions are clearly mentioned in our mission and vision statements in the forgoing paras.


V. Rules and regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by HECL or under its control or used by HECL employees for discharging its functions.


Important Internal Rules, Regulations, Manuals and Records, which are used by the employees of the Company in discharge of their functions, are given below:


  1. Matters pertaining to Company affairs
    1. Memorandum & Articles of Association - (Custodian - Co. Secry/ HEC)
    2. Government guidelines
    3. President Directives issued from time to time.
    4. Decisions of the Board of Directors - (Custodian - Co. Secry/ HEC)
  2. Matters pertaining to Finance & Accounts
    1. Accounting policies.
    2. ccounting standards.
    3. Accounting Manual.
  3. Matters pertaining to Works, Contract, Commercial, Procurement, etc.
    1. Purchase Manual.
    2. Works and service manual.
  4. Establishment matters pertaining to HECL employees
    1. HEC Employee's Conduct & Discipline & Appeal Rules 1981.
    2. Standing Order for the Industrial Establishment belonging to M/s HEC Ltd., Ranchi.
    3. In addition to above, an Establishment Manual is in vogue which contains guidelines/ procedures/ office orders/ Rules/ Circulars etc. pertaining to various service conditions/ facilities including delegation of power in respect of its employees and also ex-employees.
  5. Human Resources Development
    1. Training Policies
  6. Public relations
    1. Advertisement policy/ guidelines

VI. Statement of the categories of documents that are held by HECL or under its control:


Various categories of documents that are being held by the Company or under its control are given below:

A) Documents pertaining to incorporation

B) Documents pertaining to Board Meeting & General Meetings

C) Documents pertaining Accounts:

D) Documents pertaining to Contracts, Commercial etc.

E) Documents pertaining to plant Operations

F) Documents pertaining to projects

G) Documents pertaining to establishment matter

H) Documents pertaining to operation of Community Development and other welfare scheme

I) Advertising policies

J) Documents pertaining to legal matters

K) Agreements

L) Licences


VII. Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof


Being a Central PSU & registered under The Company's Act, Company holds AGM besides regular BOD meetings as prescribed. However, public can give their suggestion / observations & comments if so wishes.

VIII.Statement of the Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as HECL's 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.

Meetings of Boards, Committees and other Bodies are not open to the Public, or the minutes of such meetings are not made accessible for public as the nature of Business of HECL is that of sensitive matter/ commercial interests. Since the Company?s revival is being monitored by the Hon?able High Court of Jharkhand ( C.P. 5/2004 & W.P.(C) 4513/2004), Information on this account has not been disclosed to public at large.

IX. Directory of HECL's officers and employees


BOARD OF DIRECTORS


Important officer's directory


X. Monthly remuneration received by each of HECL Officers and Employees, compensation as provided in its regulations:


PAY AND ALLOWANCES



Gr.Code Scale of Pay Designations
  Executives & Doctors in IDA (2007 pay scales)
  Board Level  
02 Rs.80000-125000/- CMD
03 Rs.75000-100000/- Director
  Below Board Level  
48 Rs.16400+DA ET
60 Rs.16400-40500/- E1-JM/GDMO Gr II
59 Rs.20600-46500/- E2-AM/GDMO Gr I
58 Rs.24900-50500/- E3-DM/Sr GDMO Gr II / Specialist Gr II Jr
57 Rs.29100-54500/- E4-MGR/Sr GDMO Gr I / Specialist Gr II Sr
56 Rs.32900-58000/- E5-SMGR/Sr GDMO(Sel)/ Specialist Gr I
55 Rs.36600-62000/- E6-SDGM
54 Rs.43200-66000/- E7-GM
04 Rs.51300-73000/- E8-GGM
  Doctors in CDA (2006 Pay Scales)  
62 Rs.37400-67000+GP 8700 Supertime Gr II Sel
67 Rs.37400-67000+GP 10000 Supertime Gr I / CMO
  Supervisors in IDA (2007 Pay Scales)  
71 Rs.13900-24000/- Asstt Foreman/ APO etc
  Workers in IDA (2007 Pay Scales)  
97 Rs.8350-14600/- Gr H (Unskilled)
96 Rs.8610-15250/- Gr G (Unskilled)
95 Rs.8870-15830/- Gr F
94 Rs.9140-16650/- Gr E
93 Rs.10570-17840/- Gr CD
92 Rs.10910-18970/- Gr B
91 Rs.11590-20390/- Gr A
80 Rs.12270-21370/- AF(W)
81 Rs.13180-23530/- JM(W)
82 Rs.14550-25840/- AM(W)
88 Rs.8870-16550/- Asstt Gr III etc
86 Rs.9140-17460/- Asstt Gr II etc
90 Rs.10570-18810/- Ext. CD- S K Gr II etc
84 Rs.11590-21560/- Asstt Gr I etc

Note: In addition to above Dearness Allowance, accommodation in Company Quarters on nominal rent or House Rent Allowance, Leave Travel Allowance, Free medical treatment/ reimbursement, subsidised canteen facilities, Provident Fund etc. are also given as per Company's rules.


XI. The budget allocated to each of HECL's agencies indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and report on disbursement made. (Provisional Subject to Approval of Board).

  Profit & Loss Accounts for 2008-2009 (R.E.) & 2009-10 (B.E.)  
         

Value in Rs in Lakhs

ACTUAL 2007-08 PARTICULARS B.E 2008-2009 ACTUAL 04/08 to02/09 ESTIMATED 03/09 R.E 2008-09 B.E 2009-10
41292.39 Gross Turnover 43000.00 40519.49 4480.51 45000.00 55000.00
4408.06 Excise Duty on Sales 5021.00 3580.48 276.79 3857.27 3221.41
36884.33 Net Turnover 37979.00 36939.01 4203.72 41142.73 51778.59
369.65 Jobs for Internal use 562.00 626.18 80.82 707.00 505.00
635.81 Accr.to Fin. Goods 0.00 -181.08 -714.04 -895.12 0.00
373.47 Accr.to W.I.P(Shops)Goods 500.00 -138.98 936.48 797.50 300.00
22.98 Do- (TKP) 0.00 212.33 -212.33 0.00 0.00
38286.24 Total Production 39041.00 37457.46 4294.65 41752.11 52583.59
946.91 Other Revenue 565.00 334.27 27.73 362.00 260.00
39233.15 TOTAL EARNINGS 39606.00 37791.73 4322.38 42114.11 52843.59
  OUTGOINGS          
16791.98 Raw materials 18131.11 15841.94 1924.72 17766.66 21353.80
5289.38 Less Inter Plant 7200.00 4332.54 567.46 4900.00 6600.00
11502.60 Net Raw materials 10931.11 11509.40 1357.26 12866.66 14753.80
3415.99 TKP Exp 0.00 2270.76 522.24 2793.00 5635.00
3025.60 Stores & Spares 3621.00 3153.76 315.63 3469.39 4147.46
7245.20 Salaries & Wages 8014.73 7197.81 678.88 7876.69 8959.00
10576.54 Other Mfg. & Admn. Exp. 12576.59 9865.38 826.37 10691.75 13569.50
676.92 Less inter Plant 320.00 1021.61 59.34 1080.95 400.00
9899.62 Net Other Mfg. & Admn. Exp 12256.59 8843.77 767.03 9610.80 13169.50
255.19 Sales promotion 342.97 351.62 62.79 414.41 483.61
1152.25 Provision 568.00 989.60 58.40 1048.00 575.00
6.03 R & D Exp. 11.50 11.00 0.50 11.50 12.50
36502.48 TOTAL OUTGOINGS 35745.90 34327.72 3762.73 38090.45 47735.88
2730.67 OPERATING MARGIN 3860.10 3464.01 559.65 4023.66 5107.71
-359.78 Township & Social Overheads 9.91 -187.39 -6.90 -194.29 457.71
433.14 P.P Adj (Net) 0.00 -104.00 104.00 0.00 0.00
3523.59 GROSS MARGIN 3850.19 3755.40 462.55 4217.95 4650.00
829.21 Intt. Exd. Govt. Loan 765.00 924.89 159.35 1084.24 1109.00
2694.37 CASH GAIN(+)/LOSS(-) 3085.19 2830.51 303.20 3133.71 3541.00
1917.78 Govt.Interest 2132.00 2008.56 182.74 2191.30 870.00
359.98 Depreciation 436.69 352.75 65.62 418.37 516.00
416.61 NET PROFIT(+)/LOSS(-) 516.50 469.20 54.84 524.04 2155.00

Revised Profit & Loss Estimate for the year 2008-2009
Value in Rs.Lakhs

ACTUAL

2007-08

B.E.

2008-2009

PARTICULARS HMBP FFP HMTP PROJ HQRS HEC
    EARNINGS            
41292.39 43000.00 Gross Turnover 30000.00 6800.00 2500.00 5700.00 0.00 45000.00
4408.06 5021.00 Excise Duty on Sales 3093.00 474.27 290.00 0.00 0.00 3857.27
36884.33 37979.00

Net Turnover

26907.00 6325.73 2210.00 5700.00 0.00 41142.73
5966.30 7520.00 Int. Plant trasfers 900.00 4900.00 157.00 23.95 0.00 5980.95
369.65 562.00 Jobs for Internal use 0.00 700.00 7.00 0.00 0.00 707.00
635.81 0.00 Accr.to Fin. Goods -895.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -895.12
373.47 500.00 Accr.to W.I.P(Shops)Goods -50.00 -100.00 947.50 0.00 0.00 797.50
22.98 0.00 Do- (TKP) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
44252.54 46561.00 Total Production 26861.88 11825.73 3321.50 5723.95 0.00 47733.06
946.91 565.00 Other Revenue 140.00 165.00 22.00 0.00 35.00 362.00
45199.45 47126.00 TOTAL EARNINGS 27001.88 11990.73 3343.50 5723.95 35.00 48095.06
    OUTGOINGS            
16791.98 18131.11 Raw materials 13370.37 2877.33 1518.96 0.00 0.00 17766.66
3415.99 0.00 TKP Expenses 0.00 0.00 0.00 2793.00 0.00 2793.00
3025.60 3621.00 Stores & Spares 396.00 3047.75 25.64 0.00 0.00 3469.39
7245.20 8014.73 Salaries & Wages 3231.20 2731.25 939.45 203.91 770.88 7876.69
10576.54 12576.59 Other Mfg. & Admn. Exp. 3007.31 4247.46 795.90 2289.58 351.50 10691.75
255.19 342.97 Sales promotion 311.19 14.09 62.11 25.02 2.00 414.41
1152.25 568.00 Provision 770.00 78.00 200.00 0.00 0.00 1048.00
0.00 0.00 Misc. losses written off 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
6.03 11.50 R & D Exp. 0.00 0.00 11.50 0.00 0.00 11.50
0.00 0.00 H.Q load 686.31 283.24 119.84 0.00 -1089.38 0.00
42468.78 43265.89 TOTAL OUTGOINGS 21772.38 13279.12 3673.39 5311.51 35.00 44071.41
2730.67 3860.11 OPERATING MARGIN 5229.50 -1288.39 -329.89 412.44 0.00 4023.65
-359.78 9.91 Township & Social Overheads -81.60 -91.32 -21.37 0.00 0.00 -194.29
433.14 0.00 P.P Adj (Net) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3523.59 3850.20 GROSS MARGIN 5311.10 -1197.08 -308.52 412.44 0.00 4217.94
829.21 765.00 Intt. Exd. Govt. Loan 520.43 466.22 97.59 0.00 0.00 1084.24
2694.37 3085.20 CASH GAIN(+)/LOSS(-) 4790.67 -1663.30 -406.11 412.44 0.00 3133.70
1917.78 2132.00 Govt.Interest 1052.00 942.12 197.18 0.00 0.00 2191.30
359.98 436.70 Depreciation 95.52 271.86 50.99 0.00 0.00 418.37
416.61 516.50 NET PROFIT(+)/LOSS(-) 3643.16 -2877.28 -654.28 412.44 0.00 524.04

 

Budgeted Profit & Loss Statement for the year 2009-10

            Value in Rs.Lakhs

R.E.

2008-2009

PARTICULARS

HMBP FFP HMTP PROJECTS HQRS HEC
  EARNINGS            
45000.00 Gross Turnover 33000.00 7700.00 2800.00 11500.00 0.00 55000.00
3857.27 Excise Duty on Sales 2444.00 570.00 207.41 0.00 0.00 3221.41
41142.73 Net Turnover 30556.00 7130.00 2592.59 11500.00 0.00 51778.59
5980.95 Int. Plant trasfers 250.00 6600.00 150.00 0.00 0.00 7000.00
707.00 Jobs for Internal use 0.00 500.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 505.00
-895.12 Accr.to Fin. Goods 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
797.50 Accr.to W.I.P(Shops)Goods 0.00 0.00 300.00 0.00 0.00 300.00
0.00 Do- (TKP) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
47733.06 Total Production 30806.00 14230.00 3047.59 11500.00 0.00 59583.59
362.00 Other Revenue 75.00 150.00 10.00 0.00 25.00 260.00
48095.06 TOTAL EARNINGS 30881.00 14380.00 3057.59 11500.00 25.00 59843.59
  OUTGOINGS            
17766.66 Raw materials 16434.47 3586.44 1332.89 0.00 0.00 21353.80
2793.00 TKP Exp 0.00 0.00 0.00 5635.00 0.00 5635.00
3469.39 Stores & Spares 450.00 3667.38 30.08 0.00 0.00 4147.46
7876.69 Salaries & Wages 3651.26 3086.31 1052.18 305.87 863.39 8959.00
10691.75 Other Mfg. & Admn. Exp. 3512.50 4302.00 773.00 4600.00 382.00 13569.50
414.41 Sales promotion 350.00 14.05 69.56 35.00 15.00 483.61
1048.00 Provision 450.00 75.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 575.00
11.50 R & D Exp. 0.00 0.00 12.50 0.00 0.00 12.50
0.00 H.Q load 778.29 321.20 135.89 0.00 -1235.39 0.00
               
44071.41 TOTAL OUTGOINGS 25626.52 15052.39 3456.11 10575.87 25.00 54735.88
4023.65 OPERATING MARGIN 5254.48 -672.39 -398.52 924.14 0.00 5107.71
-194.29 Township & Social Overheads 192.24 215.13 50.35 0.00 0.00 457.71
4217.94 GROSS MARGIN 5062.24 -887.51 -448.87 924.14 0.00 4650.00
1084.24 Intt. Exd. Govt. Loan 440.73 566.02 102.25 0.00 0.00 1109.00
3133.70 CASH GAIN(+)/LOSS(-) 4621.51 -1453.53 -551.12 924.14 0.00 3541.00
2191.30 Govt.Interest 417.60 374.10 78.30 0.00 0.00 870.00
418.37 Depreciation 103.62 355.78 56.60 0.00 0.00 516.00
524.04 NET PROFIT(+)/LOSS(-) 4100.29 -2183.41 -686.02 924.14 0.00 2155.00

XII. The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes

Not Applicable


XIII. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorisations granted by HECL

HECL does not grant any concession, permits or authorization.


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

Data related to all manufacturing functions like materials management, stock, sales, R&D, finance and HR etc., are available in Electronic form. Access to this data has been provided on need basis to employees.


XV. Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a Library or a reading room, if maintained for public use

HECL does not maintain a Public Library.


XVI. Name, designation and other particulars of the Public Information Officers:

Sl. Details of the Officers Additional responsibilities under Right to Information Act 2005 Office Address, contact telephone no. and e-mail ID
i. Sri Hemant Kumar Gupta
Sr Dy Genl Manager
(P&A)
I/c Public Relations/Hqrs
Central Public Information Officer Room No. 69, 3rd Floor,
Hqrs. Admn. Building, HEC Ltd.
Plant Plaza Road
Dhurwa, Ranchi-834004
Jharkhand
Tel No.: 0651-2401263
E-mail: pio@hecltd.com
ii.
Director (Finance)
HEC Ltd.
Transparency Officer Room No. 05, 1st Floor,
Hqrs. Admn. Building, HEC Ltd.
Plant Plaza Road
Dhurwa, Ranchi-834004
Jharkhand
Tel No.: 0651-2401372
E-mail: dir.fin@hecltd.com
iii. Sri Avijit Ghosh
CMD
HEC Ltd.
First Appellate Authority CMD Secretaria,
Hqrs. Admn. Building, HEC Ltd.
Plant Plaza Road
Dhurwa, Ranchi-834004
Jharkhand
Tel No.:0651-2401192
E-mail: cmd@hecltd.com

XVII. Other Useful Information


Procedure for seeking of information and inspection of Records

Under The Right To Information Act' 2005 (Hereinafter 'Act')

  1. Appointment of the Assistant Public Information Officer (APIO) I Public Information Officer (PIO) I Central Public Information Officer (CPIO):
  2. 1.1 Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) has been designated in HECL to receive the request for seeking information.
    1.2 Any Indian citizen who is seeking information, or inspection of records, under provisions of this Act, can file an application as prescribed in the Act to the CPIO.
    1.3 Requester shall not make a request for information or inspection of records which are exempted from disclosure under sections 8 and 9 of the Act.
    1.4 Requester shall mention in application whether the information sought for concerns the life or liberty of a person.
    1.5 The Reply shall be either collected by requester or shall be forwarded to requester either through post or courier, at the address given in the application form.
    1.6 Request which are not addressed to CPIO or not specifying the exact information required shall not be responded.
  3. Recourse in case requester is not satisfied with response or lack of it from CPIO
  4. In case the requester fails to get a response from the PIO within stipulated time of the submission of application or is aggrieved by the response received within the prescribed period, he may prefer an appeal to the Appellate Authority within 30 days, for review. In case appeal is allowed, the information shall be supplied to the applicant by the First Appellate Authority.

  5. 3. Time Schedule
  6. CPIO will send the response to requester within the period as specified under the Act.

  7. 4. Applicable fee and payments:
  8. 4.1 Each application for seeking information/inspection of records shall be accompanied by an application fee of Rs. 10/- by way DD / Bankers Cheque/ IPOs payable to M/s. HEC Limited, Ranchi.
    4.2 Fee for providing information/inspection of record will be as follows:
    (a) Rs. 2/- for each page (in A-4 or A-3 size), created or copied
    (b) Actual charge or cost price of a copy in larger size paper
    (c) Actual cost or price for samples or models; and
    (d) Inspection of records; No fee for first hour; A fee of Rs. 5/- for each subsequent hour or fraction thereof, thereafter;
    (e) Rs. 50/- per diskette or floppy containing information;
    (f) Information in printed form; price fixed for publication or Rs. 2/- per page of photocopy for extracts from the publication.
    (g) Cost as determined by PIO for furnishing information as per section 7(3)(a) of the Act.
    4.3 Request shall be accepted only when it is related to PIO under the Act and is accompanied by the requisite fee as specified above at 4.1 above.
    4.4 Requester, upon getting notice from PIO, shall deposit the additional fee / cost requested in connection with the processing of the request. The PIO shall not be responsible for delays occurred on account of the late receipt of additional payments from the requester.
    4.5 Cash payments shall be made to the Accounts Officer, HECL, as the case may be, against proper receipt, during normal working hours, personally by the requester or his representative and copy of such receipt be accompanied with the application.
    4.6 In case the mode of payment is through Demand Draft or Banker's Cheque, the same shall be issued in favor of HEC Limited, Ranchi.
    4.7 Application along with the money receipt towards cash payment or the Demand Draft or Banker's cheque shall be accepted by PIO.
    4.8 Requester shall not enclose any currency note(s) along with the application, delivered through post / courier. It is against provisions of the Act and also the rules governing postal services.
    4.9 Requester shall not deposit fee in excess of what is prescribed. Any extra money deposited with the public authority could be claimed by the requester latest within 30 days from date of furnishing of reply by PIO. In any case, such extra amount shall not be considered against any other request for information.
    4.10 Each application for seeking information/inspection of records shall be accompanied by an application fee of Rs. 10/- by way DD / Bankers Cheque/ IPOs payable to M/s. HECL Limited, Ranchi.
    4.11 Requester who is below poverty line need not pay any fee. He will have to, however, show the ration card applicable to person below poverty line and submit a copy of same along with application. Such ration card must carry his name as recipient of benefits applicable to persons below poverty line.
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