To be amongst the most admired and most trusted integrated utility companies in the world. To deliver reliable and quality products and services to all customers at competitive costs, with international standards of customer care- thereby creating superior value for all stakeholders. To set new benchmarks in: standards of corporate performance and governance, through the pursuit of operational and financial excellence, responsible citizenship and profitable growth.
“HR Policies In BSES Power Corporation Delhi For Wage & Salary Administration” LIST OF CONTENTS 1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 2. CERTIFICATE 3. COMPANY PROFILE 4. VISION & MISSION 5. EVENTS 6. CORPORATE GOVERNANACE 7. HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT RECRUITMENT & PROMOTION RULES CATEGORISATION OF CADRES/GRADES DIRECT RECRUITMENT & RELATED MATTERS 8. WAGES / SALARY 9. CONCLUSION 10. BIBLIOGRAPHY COMPANY PROFILE BSES in Delhi Following the privitisation of Delhi’s power sector and unbundling of the Delhi Vidyut Board in July 2002, the business of power distribution was transferred to BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) and BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL). These two of the three successor entities distribute electricity to 22.6 lakh customers in two thirds of Delhi. The Company acquired assets, liabilities, proceedings and personnel of the Delhi Vidyut Board as per the terms and conditions contained in the Transfer Scheme BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) BYPL distributes power to an area spread over 200 sq kms with a population density of 4230 per sq km. It’s 10.4lakh customers are spread over 14 districts across Central and East areas including Chandni Chowk, Daryaganj, Paharganj, Shankar Road, Patel Nagar, G T Road, Karkardooma, Krishna Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Mayur Vihar, Yamuna Vihar, Nand Nagri and Karawal Nagar. BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) BRPL distributes power to an area spread over 750 sq. km with a population density of 1360 per sq km. Its’ over 12.2 lakh customers are spread in 19 districts across South and West areas including Alaknanda, Khanpur, Vasant Kunj, Saket, Nehru Place, Nizamuddin, Sarita Vihar, Hauz Khas, R K Puram, Janakpuri, Najafgargh, Nangloi, Mundka, Punjabi Bagh, Tagore Garden, Vikas Puri, Palam and Dwarka. Since taking over distribution, BSES’ singular mission has been to provide reliable and quality electricity supply. BSES has invested over Rs 3500 crore on upgrading and augmenting the infrastructure which has resulted in a record reduction of AT&C losses. From a high of 63.1 % AT&C losses in BYPL area in 2002 the losses have come down to 23% a record reduction around 40%. Similarly, in BRPL area AT&C losses have been reduced from 51.2% to 20% - a record reduction of 31% BRPL distributes power to an area spread over 750 sq. km with a population density of 1360 per sq km. Its’ over 12.2 lakh customers are spread in 19 districts across South and West areas including Alaknanda, Khanpur, Vasant Kunj, Saket, Nehru Place, Nizamuddin, Sarita Vihar, Hauz Khas, R K Puram, Janakpuri, Najafgargh, Nangloi, Mundka, Punjabi Bagh, Tagore Garden, Vikas Puri, Palam and Dwarka. Since taking over distribution, BSES’ singular mission has been to provide reliable and quality electricity supply. BSES has invested over Rs 3500 crore on upgrading and augmenting the infrastructure which has resulted in a record reduction of AT&C losses. From a high of 63.1 % AT&C losses in BYPL area in 2002 the losses have come down to 23% a record reduction around 40%. Similarly, in BRPL area AT&C losses have been reduced from 51.2% to 20% - a record reduction of 31%. BYPL BRPL BSES SN Particular Unit (East & (South & Delhi Central) West) 1. Area sq. km 200 750 950 Cons/sq 2. Customer density 4230 1360 1964 km Total Registered 3. Lacs 10.4 12.2 22.6 Customers 4. Peak Demand MW 900 1420 2320 Consumption per 5. MU 5000 8000 13000 year Board of Directors Board of Directors - BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) As On 22.10.2009 1. Shri Lalit Jalan 2. Gen. V. P. Malik (Retd.) 3. Shri Anthony Jesudasan 4. Shri Arun Kanchan 5. Shri V.V.Bhat, IAS 6. Shri D.M.Sapolia, IAS 7. Shri Rajendra Kumar, IAS Board of Directors - BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) As On 22.10.2009 1. Shri Lalit Jalan 2. Gen. V. P. Malik (Retd.) 3. Shri Anthony Jesudasan 4. Shri Arun Kanchan 5. Shri V.V.Bhat, IAS 6. Shri J K Dadoo (IAS)* 7. Shri Rajendra Kumar, IAS *Shri J.K.Dadoo has been transferred from Government of Delhi, letter for change of nomination from Govt. of Delhi/DPCL.awaited. Vision To be amongst the most admired and most trusted integrated utility companies in the world. To deliver reliable and quality products and services to all customers at competitive costs, with international standards of customer care- thereby creating superior value for all stakeholders. To set new benchmarks in: standards of corporate performance and governance, through the pursuit of operational and financial excellence, responsible citizenship and profitable growth. Mission To attain global best practices and become a world-class utility. To provide: uninterrupted, affordable, quality, reliable, safe and clean power to our customers. To achieve excellence in: service, quality, reliability, safety and customer care. To earn: trust and confidence of all customers and stakeholders by exceeding their expectations, and make the company a respected household name. To work: with vigour, dedication and innovation keeping total customer satisfaction as the ultimate goal . To consistently achieve: high growth with the highest levels of productivity. To be: a technology driven, efficient and financially sound organisation. To be a responsible corporate citizen nurturing human values and concern for society, the environment and above all, people. To contribute: towards community development and nation building. To promote a work culture that fosters: individual growth, team sprit and creativity to overcome challenges and attain goals. To encourage: ideas, talent and value systems. To uphold the guiding principles of: trust, integrity and transparency in all aspects of interactions and dealings. Corporate Governance We believe in proactive initiatives in ushering in good governance practices and procedures. We have reviewed our governance practices in accordance with existing code of governance and the recommendations made for amending the code. As a result, the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has awarded BSES for achieving the highest standards of good governance practices. Additionally, the Indian Institute of Directors has also awarded the Golden Peacock Award for pursuit of excellence in corporate governance to BSES. We are committed to practicing sound governance principles in order to further improve our company’s performance, with a view to maximising value for all our stakeholders, including shareholders, customers and employees. Customer Profile Key Load Domestic Commercial Industrial Consumer Total Cell Company BYPL BRPL BYPL BRPL BYPL BRPL BYPL BRPL BYPL BRPL 0-10 kw 751925 937092 228826 170057 35120 18171 1295 2555 1017166 1127875 11-44 10729 40905 8358 14041 6593 6807 1377 3254 27057 65007 kw 44-100 87 96 195 230 407 587 2200 3721 2889 4634 kw >100 kw 0 0 0 0 0 0 348 1247 348 1247 Total 762741 978093 237379 184328 42120 25565 5220 10777 1047460 1198763 Initiatives Undertaken Setting up Customer Help Desks (CHD’s) in all the 33 divisions for online registration of consumer complaints. Setting up of 2 Consumer Grievance Redressal Forums in Kakardooma & Pushp Vihar in compliance with D.E.R.C Mandate Commercial Call Centre to address Consumer Complaints. •In-house developed CRM software (CAS) which provides the facility of Single Window resolution of complaints. Setting up of a 24 Hour Control Room at the C.M.’s office to provide immediate information on faults/breakdowns. Bifurcation of the existing 21 districts into 33 Divisions Centralised Helpline Numbers for the following have been created for all queries related to Power Supply/Meter/Billing /Anti-corruption/Vigilance/Anti Power Theft/Enforcement BYPL - 3999 99 808 BRPL - 399 99 707 and additionally down load a duplicate bill from the website click here for Duplicate Bill The entire Billing Cycles has been automated; starting from bill generation to bill printing. Starting of “BAM: Bill Amendment Module”: a billing software module through which customers’ complaints are rectified on the spot. Total curbing of “Provisional Billing” cases. Facility of raising one composite bill for bulk consumers like MCD, DJB, etc for convenient payments. Meter Reading is now being conducted by Meter Reading Instruments (MRIs). Location of a BSES office in 3 KM radius from each point. Consumers can frequent any of the 143 BSES’ offices. The following facilities for Key Consumers have been created: Creation of a Special Cell for customers having a load of over 45 KW. Single Window ease and preparation of Composite Bill for Bulk Consumers like DJB, MCD, etc, for convenient payments. Bill Dispatch by e-mails and special couriers. SMS alerts. Launch of IVRS AMR facility provided to 1500 customers. Supply & Street Lighting Related Approx. 100 Breakdown vans & cable restoration on a 24X7 basis. Online Connectivity between Technical Call Centre, System and Circle Control. 25 Genset vans & Mobile Transformers are readily available all round the clock. A special drive “Roshini” was undertaken in which uninterrupted illumination was provided during the entire festive season Metering Related Comprehensive survey of meters of all consumers was conducted to ensure proper functioning/housing and reading of meters. Mass Meter Replacement drive is being undertaken for all Large Industrial Power (LIP) consumers. Electronic Meters have also been introduced for Domestic Consumers. Faulty Meters are being replaced on a priority basis with tamper-proof electronic meters. A “Special Meter Testing Drive” was undertaken in accordance. Only 0.01% meters electronic meters were found beyond limits. A month long Voluntary Disclosure Scheme (VDS) was undertaken. Payment Related: 120 cash collection centres across BSES 150 skypak drop boxes across BSES 1050 Easy bill outlets across BSES 150 Drop boxes installed at RWA premises Cash collection centres at Circle Offices are open all days from 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. except Second Saturdays and National Holidays. Point-of-Sales (POS) machines are installed at the cash collection counters with bar code scanners for speedy service. Tie-ups with collection agencies like Easy Bill and Skypak for cheque payments and with Bill Desk and Bill Junction for online payments. Energy Conservation Don't keep Electrical Gadgets "ON" in idle condition. Always provide doors & windows to admit natural light ( Sunlight ) to avoid using electricity in homes or offices during the day. To avoid leakage always use Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker / Residual Current Circuit Breaker in circuit. Always buy fewer bulbs of higher wattage rather than many of lower wattage. Always buy electrical gadgets with capacity according to your needs & not of much higher rating e.g.larger refrigerators consume more electricity. Use Compact Fluorescent Lamps to reduce electricity consumption substantially. Ensure proper Earthing in your premises. Use electronic regulators for ceiling fans. Avoid storing hot / warm food in refrigerators. Turn-off decorative & non-essential lights especially in unoccupied areas Do's and Don'ts Do's Don'ts Do plug power equipment into wall Do not drape power cords receptacles with power switches in the over hot pipes, radiators OFF position. or sharp objects. Do unplug electrical equipment by Do not plug equipment grasping the plug and then pulling. Do into defective receptacles. not pull or jerk the cord to unplug the equipment. Do not use non standard plugs, extension cords Do check the receptacle for missing or with junction box damaged parts. receptacle ends or other unsafe equipment. Do not use consumer Do check for defective cord clamps at electrical equipment or locations where the power cord enters appliances if not properly the equipment for the attachment plug. grounded. Maintenance personnel should know Do not store materials the location of electrical circuit breaker temporarily or panels that control equipment and permanently within 3 feet lighting in their respective areas. of any electrical panel or Circuits and equipments disconnects electrical equipment. must be identified. Use a danger tag on any electrical equipment which causes shocks or has high leakage. Safety Use proper conductor for house wiring by calculating actual load. Don't expose electrical appliances & bare wires to wet conditions. Use the correct size , ISI make of fuse & never replace the burn-out fuse with other materials. Avoid the use of Extension Chords & don't leave them dangling or trailing on the floor. For households : (a) Never allow your children to touch any electrical point or insert any part of their body into it. (b) Allow only licensed Electricians to handle electrical problems. (c) Always ensure that you are properly insulated from getting electrical shock. (d) Avoid " Octopus Connections " as overloading might occur due to the same which can cause burning of sockets. Educate the children about 'Electrical Signs' & dangers of electric shock . Always switch off the Current from the mains in case of short circuit in a portion of premises & insulate yourself. Ensure proper earthing in your premises. Never insert bare wires in the socket & always remove the plug from the socket when not in use. Events BSES EVENTS -2010 Venue & S.No Events Photographs Date February 1. New Delhi, Power Cup 2010 T-20 tournament BYPL team Feb 01, declared Runner’s up CEO – Ramesh Narayanan 2010 declared “Man of the Series” Delhi, Delhi Transco Limited (DTL) organized an apex level Cricket Tournament - “Power Cup-2010”. The first of its kind tournament, spanning several weekends, saw the senior management of the power utilities (Delhi Transco Ltd., Indraprasthra Power Generation Company Ltd., BSES Rajdhani Power Limited., BSES Yamuna Power Limited., North Delhi Power Limited and New Delhi Municipal Council) battle it out on the cricket field. The finals were played between DTL and BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) on Sunday, 31 January 2010, at the Ramjas Sports and Mountaineering Institute, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi. While Dr. Pawan Singh Director (Finance) led the DTL team, Mr. Ramesh Narayanan, CEO, BYPL led the latter team. 2. New Delhi, BYPL team won the toss and elected to bat. Feb 01, Coasting along at 84 for no loss by the 12th over, 2010 the team finally made 112 for the loss of 2 wickets in their stipulated 20 over. DTL’s team made 113 runs, losing seven wickets, two of which were run outs in 19.4 over’s. A nail biting finsh to a well fought match. For BYPL the highest run getter was Mr. Surender Kumar who scored 43 runs. Mr. Ramesh Narayanan scored 31 runs retired hurt and also took 2 wickets. Mr Ramesh Narayanan, CEO BYPL, was declared "Man of the Series" for remaining not-out in the finals, scoring 63 runs, taking 5 wickets and a catch in the tournament. Mr. Rajendra Kumar, Secretary (Power) GNCTD & CMD DTL was the Chief Guest and presented the awards to the teams. Other dignitaries present included, Mr. Raj K. Saxena, Director (HR) DTL, Dr. Pawan Singh, Director (Finance) DTL, Mr. Viney Kumar Director (T) IPGCL, Mr. Gopal Saxena CEO BRPL, Mr. R.K. Gaur, MD IPGCL & PPCL and other senior officers of the power companies. January 1. New Delhi, Delhi Chief Minister inaugurates BRPL’ 66/11 KV Jan 23, Dwarka Grid Substation 2010 Keeping pace with Delhi’s development in wake of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, BRPL has been continuously sprucing up its distribution infrastructure. In a simple but an impressive ceremony today, the company’s newest Grid Sub Station – its 4th in Dwarka and 71st in its licensed area spanning 750 sq Kms - was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Delhi, Smt Sheila Dikshit. Others present on the occasion included Shri Mahabal Mishra (MP, Lok Sabha), Shri Somesh Shokeen (MLA), Smt Ganapati Galhot (Councillor), Shri Rajendra Kumar (Principal Secretary, Power, GoNCTD) senior Government and BRPL and BYPL officials led by CEO Shri Gopal Saxena and Shri Ramesh Narayanan. This next generation and state of the art 66/11 KV Grid Substation, has been constructed at a total cost of over Rs 14 crore, keeping in mind the present and future requirement of this fast developing sub city. The Grid will have an initial capacity of 40 MVA (2 x 20 MVA), which will be expanded to 65 MVA over the next few months. 2. New Delhi, "BSES reaches out to the underprivileged, donates Jan 06, clothes" 2010 For the third edition of the ARPAN initiative, senior BRPL and BYPL officials distributed hundreds of articles of clothing and woollens to the needy and the underprivileged on 6-Jan-2010. While BRPL partnered with "Freedom Trust", BYPL partnered with "Shama Educational and Polytechnic Society" - both NGOs working with the underprivileged and the needy in South Delhi's Tigdi village and East Delhi's Seelampur area respectively. BSES EVENTS -2009 Venue & S.No Events Photographs Date December 1. New Delhi, BYPL’ "National Energy Conservation Day" offer to Dec 14, electric vehicles owners 1st Charge Port 2009 inaugurated at I P Extension – more to follow On "National Energy Conservation Day", BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) launched a first of its kind initiative to recognize and facilitate those who use electric vehicles. Under the initiative, BYPL will offer free charge facility to owners of REVA – the electric car – at its various locations in Central and East Delhi. An agreement to this affect has been signed between REVA (the company that manufacturers electric car) and BYPL. The first Charge Port location was inaugurated at BYPL’ 66KV Grid Store (near Hasanpur Depot) in I P Extension, in a simple but an impressive ceremony today. Those present on the occasion included Mr Ramesh Narayanan, CEO, BYPL, Mr Pavan Sachdeva, Head Marketing REVA, and senior officials from Delhi Government, REVA, BYPL and BRPL. November 1. New Delhi, BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) has been Nov 17, awarded the prestigious India Power Awards 2009 for 2009 greatly reducing its AT & C Losses by the Council of Power Utilities. In a glittering ceremony at Delhi’s India Habitat Centre yesterday, the award was presented to the BYPL CEO Mr Ramesh Narayanan and BRPL CEO Mr Gopal Saxena by Mr Bharatsinh Solanki, Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Power. The award was presented for "Overall Loss Reduction in Urban Segment" under the category "Overall Utility Performance – Non Agriculture Dominated utility". BYPL won the award amidst still competition. Only four utilities apart from BYPL (APGENCO, SJVNL, PGCIL, UGVCL) made the cut in this category from among the 25 nominations that were received. These awards were selected by an eminent jury consisting of stalwarts from the power sector. It included Mr H.L.Bajaj, (Member (Technical), Appellate Tribunal for Electricity), Mr V.Raghuraman, (Former Senior Advisor, Energy Deptt. CII) Dr.H.R.Sharma, (Chief Technical Principal, Hydro Tasmania Consulting India), Mr P.Abraham, Former Secretary (Power), Dr.C.R.Prasad, (Former CMD (GAIL) and Mr C.V.J.Varma – Member Secretary & President, CPU. March 1. New Delhi, The Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Mr Anurag Mar 13, Goel conferred upon BRPL the 6th National Award for 2009 Excellence in Cost Management – 2008 instituted by Institute of Cost and Works Accounts of India (ICWAI), at a glittering function at Vigyan Bhawan. BRPL won the first prize in "Private – Service Sector – Large" category. This prestigious recognition by ICWAI was won by BRPL amidst stiff competition in the form of 7 different categories and more than 80 leading corporates vying for top honours. Mr Amal Sinha, Chief Financial Officer- BSES, and Mr Amarjeet Singh, Senior Manager Finance accepted the award on behalf of the company. BRPL was chosen for the top honour by an eminent Jury headed by Mr J S Verma, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India, other jury members represented government, regulatory bodies, industry, chambers of commerce, academia and management experts. February 1. New Delhi, The second edition of BSES’ grueling Bijli Gyan Feb 19, Abhiyan initiative for schools in South and West 2009 Delhi culminated on February 19, 2009 at award ceremony held at the Delhi Secretariat. Amidst loud cheers and applause from fellow students, teachers and parents, Smt Sheila Dikshit, the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Delhi gave away prizes to the six winners. She also handed over special prizes to the two students coining the best slogans on energy conservation. Others present on the occasion included parents of the winners, their school Principals, Shri Ranjendra Kumar, Principal Secretary Power, GoNCTD, senior government officials and BSES officials, led by its CEO, Shri Arun Kanchan. January 1. New Delhi, Gearing up for the Commonwealth Games, Delhi Jan 17, Chief Minister lays the foundation stone for BSES’ 2009 Rs 40 crore ‘Akshardham’- 66/11 kV ‘Akshardham Grid’. Shri Lalit Jalan, Chairman, BSES, welcomed the Chief Minister - Smt Shiela Dikshit, Dr A K Walia, Hon’ble Minister for Finance and Urban Development, Delhi, Shri Sandeep Dikshit, Hon’ble Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha), Shri Rajendra Kumar, Power Secretary, GoNCTD, senior Government and important Resident Welfare Association members to the foundation stone laying ceremony. Also present on the occasion marking the countdown to the Commonwealth Games 2010 was Olympian Gurbachan Singh Randhawa, who is also an Arjuna and Padma Shri Awardee. This grid will cater exclusively to the power needs of the upcoming Commonwealth Games Village Complex. The Akshardham Grid will be BSES’ 121st and will be commissioned in a record time of 12 months. BSES EVENTS -2008 Venue & S.No Events Photographs Date December 1. New Delhi, Afghanistan’s Deputy Energy Minister Mr Ahmed Wali Dec 5, Shairzay. leads delegation to visit BSES locations.The 2008 Afghanistan Deputy Minister for Energy was accompanied by Mr Eng Abdul Malik (Deputy of Kabul Electricity Department), Mr Hajji Shir Ahmad (President of Herat Electricity Department), Mr Taj Mohammad (Director of Junction Station), and Senior USAID’ South Asia Regional Initiative / Energy (SARI/E) officials. November 1. New Delhi, A five member delegation including Mr. Morshed Alam Nov 27-28, Khan, Ms. Ferdousi Begum, Ms. Jesmin Ahmed, Mr. 2008 Belayet Hossain, and Ms. Syeda Fersousa Ara from Power Grid Company of Bangladesh (PGCB) on the invitation of Public Services International, Global Unions Federation visted BSES facilities in New Delhi. 2. New Delhi, Energy Conservation: BSES partners with Delhi School Nov 11, children to engage Delhiites 2008 3. New Delhi, Vishisht Sahyogi interactive organised at Conference Nov 10, Hall, BSES Bhavan. Seventy Vishisht Sahyogis 2008 attended the function and shared their views. September 1. New Delhi, The foundation stone for BSES’ next generation 66 kV Sep 30, Bakkarwala Grid station was laid by elected 2008 representatives of the area – including Shri Mukesh Sharma, MLA, Shri Nand Kishore, area councilor, senior government and BSES officials led by its CEO Shri Arun Kanchan. 2. New Delhi, BSES Employees donate Rs 50 lakhs towards Prime Sep 16, Minister's Relief Fund for Bihar Flood victims. Mr H C 2008 Sharma, Sr Vice President, and Mr Shripad Chinchansurkar, AVP along with Mr Rishipal and Mr Kuldeep Kumar (President and General Secretary of Delhi State Electricity Workers Union), Mr VD Arya and Mr Ajay Sharma (President and General Secretary of DESU Technical Staff Association), presented two cheques of Rs 25 lakh each to Shri Sushil Kumar Shinde, Hon’ble Union Minister for Power, for the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. 3. New Delhi, "BSES bags 2 coveted awards for IT…..CIO 100 Award Sep 6, for Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) & AMD Athlon’ for 2008 Project BUN (BSES' Unified Network)" 4. New Delhi, BSES joins the league of modern tech-savvy banks…. Sep 4, Rolls out ATM type Bill Payment kiosks 2008 August 1. New Delhi, "BSES’ Bijli Gyan Abhiyan: Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit & 2 Aug 30, Cabinet Ministers felicitate winners of the inter-school 2008 Quiz Competition" 2. New Delhi, "Delhi Floods: BSES lends a helping hand……, Aug 19, Distributes around 20,000 of food packets to the 2008 displaced" 3. New Delhi, BSES’ GIS effort gets International recognition - Aug 6, Reliance Energy Limited / BSES receives the 2008 prestigious ESRI "Special Achievement in GIS" award in San Diego, USA July 1. New Delhi, Ramon Magsaysay recipient Dr Kiran Bedi launched Jul 19, ‘BSES Vishisht Sahayogi’ - a partnership initiative with 2008 Eminent Citizens and Opinion Makers June 1. New Delhi, High powered Pakistan Delegation, led by Mr M Ismail Jun 25, Qureshi, Secretary, Water and Power visited BSES 2008 2. New Delhi, Dr A K Walia, Hon’ble Minister for Power and Finance, Jun 27, in presence of Shri Arvinder Singh Lovely and Shri 2008 Haroon Yusuf, Hon’ble Ministers for Education and Transport, launched BSES' unique initiative addressing two of the current priorities – energy conservation and safe disposal of CFLs. The initiative has been launched in association with Finolex. May 1. New Delhi, BSES has launched new Call centre numbers - May 17, 39999808 (for BYPL) and 39999707 (for BRPL). This 2008 one number - one each for BRPL and BYPL is equipped to handle all types of queries / complaints related to Bill, Meter, Enforcement, Corruption, Power Supply and KCC. 2. New Delhi, BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) organised May 24, "BSES Apke Dwar, its 10th, for its domestic and 2008 commercial customers of Janakpuri (Blocks B, C and D), Rajouri Garden and Hari Nagar. 3. New Delhi, BSES partnered with elected representatives (MPs & May 30, MLAs) - to work in tandem to resolve consumer issues - 2008 relaunches BSES Aapke Dwar in a daily format. April 1. New Delhi, BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) increased the Apr29, number of "Circles" from the original two to four. 2008 Consequently, "South" Circle was split into two – "South I", based out of Adchini and "South II, based out of Nizamudin. Similarly, the "West" Circle was split into "West I", based out of Hari Nagar and "West II" based out of Punjabi Bagh. March 1. New Delhi, Shri Arvinder Singh Lovely, Hon’ble Minister for Mar 03, Education, launched BYPL’ Bijli Gyan Abhiyan at the 2008 Delhi Secretariat During the function, Dr A K Walia and Shri Arvinder Singh Lovely,Hon’ble Ministers for Power, and Education released BSES’ Bijli Gyan CD – an educative Audio Visual on energy conservation and an integral part of Bijli Gyan Abhiyan. 2. New Delhi, BSES launched its novel online "Duplicate Bill" service Mar 10, – for all categories of its customers, including Domestic 2008 and Commercial (KCC) customers. January 1. New Delhi, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit inaugurated BYPL’ Project Jan 14, Tatkal - an initiative to provide connections to the 2008 Economically Weaker Section within 24 hours…….at their Doorstep. 2. New Delhi, BSES enlists Vasant Vihar’s Upras Vidyalya to share Jan 22, the message of Energy Conservation. 2008 3. New Delhi, BSES launched "Bill on E Mail" and "SMS" - two Jan 28, innovative and revolutionary customer initiatives adding 2008 a new dimension to customer convenience. BSES EVENTS -2007 Venue & S.No Events Photographs Date December 1. New Delhi, BYPL organized its 7th "Aapke Dwar"…..for the Dec 1, residents of Dilshad Gardens 2007 2. New Delhi, To celebrate the occasion of the National Consumer Dec 24, Day, BRPL organised "BSES Aapke Dwar", its second, 2007 for the residents of Saket, September 1. New Delhi, BSES launches Project Parivartan – the Rs 8 crore Sep 17, initiative to reduce AT & C losses in high power theft 2007 areas of South Delhi August 1. New Delhi, BSES to gift CFLs to those who help check power theft. Aug 31, This innovative scheme will initially run as a pilot project 2007 in BRPL areas and depending on the response, will be rolled out in BYPL areas also July 1. New Delhi, Hundereds of BRPL and BYPL employees planted July 24, 2000 saplings during its week-long Vanmahotsav Week 2007 2. New Delhi, BSES' Buy One, Get one Free CFL scheme extended July 1, till September 30, 2007. 2007 May New Delhi, 1. BRPL gets a CISF Company ….to aid its efforts to curb May 15, power theft 2007 April 1. New Delhi, BSES' Buy One, Get one Free CFL scheme extended Apr 20, till June 30, 2007 in keeping with the need of the hour. 2007 2. New Delhi, Mr Lalit Jalan appointed Chairman of BRPL and BYPL, Apr 19, is also appointed Director on the board of BRPL. 2007 March 1. New Delhi, BSES' Buy One, Get One Free CFL scheme extended Mar 05, till March 31, 2007 on popular demand. 2007 January 1. New Delhi, BYPL organised the first BSES Aapke Dwar for Jan 24, Industrial and Bulk customers of Jhilmil, Friends Colony 2007 (East Delhi), Dilshad Gardens and Patparganj Industrial Area 2. New Delhi, BSES' Buy One, Get One Free CFL scheme extended Jan 02, till March 31, 2007 on popular demand. 2007 BSES EVENTS -2006 Venue & S.No Events Date December 1. New Delhi, National Consumer Day was celebrated by BRPL by Dec 24, launching BSES Aapke Dwar for the customers of South 2006 and West Delhi.The first Aap ke Dwar was organised for Saket residents. November 1. New Delhi, Third Special Court (and second for BRPL area) to Nov 27, adjudicate power theft cases inaugurated at Malviya 2006 Nagar by Hon’ble Mr Justice Vijender Jain, Acting Chief Justice, Delhi High Court. Others present on the occasion included Hon’ble Dr Justice M K Sharma, Mr Justice V B Gupta, District Judge, Mr Rakesh Tiwari, Mr S C Rajan, Special Court Judges, senior government and BSES officials. New Delhi, BSES unveils new look Electricity Bill Incorporating 2. Nov 22, International practices, Customer priority and wish list. 2006 1. New Delhi, BYPL conducted the second BSES Apke Dwar for the Nov 13, residents of Shankar Road and Patel Nagar. Those 2006 present on the occasion included Shri Purachand Yogi, Shri Ramakant Goswami, Shri Surendra Pal Ratwal, Shri Rajesh Lilothia, MLA’s, Shri Harsh Vardhan Sharma, Councilor, RWA representatives and BSES officials. October 1. New Delhi, BRPL and BYPL have tied up with Indo Asian Fusegear Oct 24, Limited tolaunch an innovative CFL scheme for their 2006 regular paying customers. Under the offer, a BSES customer, buying a CFL, will get another of the same wattage - absolutely free. The scheme was formally inaugurated by Shri Haroon Yusuf, Hon'ble Minister for Power, GoNCTD at the Delhi Secretariat Auditorium . Others present on the occasion included Shri Rakesh Mehta, Principal Secretary (Power), GoNCTD, Shri S R Sethi, Director Operations DTL, RWA representatives, senior BSES and Indo Asian officials. 2. New Delhi, Shri R Krishnamurthy, Hon'ble Member DERC Oct 27, inaugurated the first BSES Apke Dwar for the residents 2006 of Mayur Vihar - I and II. Others present on the occasion included Shri Brahmpal, Shri Amrish Gautam, MLA’s; Smt Vidya Devi, Smt Praveen Massy, Shri Shyam Sunder Goel, Shri Anil Kumar Choudhary, Councilors, RWA representatives, and BSES officials. September 1. New Delhi, A Special Court, dedicated for power theft cases was Sep 01, inaugurated at Patparganj. The court will deal with 2006 power theft cases in the BYPL area. 2. New Delhi, A Special Court, dedicated for power theft cases Sep 02, inaugurated at Vikaspuri. The court will deal with power 2006 theft cases in the BRPL area. 3. New Delhi, Lok Sabha MP Shri Sandeep Dikshit inaugurated the Rs Sep 05, 100 crore Mass Network Modernisation Program 2006 August 1. New Delhi, BYPL became the first discom in Delhi to get the Aug 01, services of CISF. A simple but an impressive function 2006 was organised to welcome the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel. June 1. New Delhi, BRPL and BYPL released their 4 months (June to Jun 07, September) load shedding schedule 2006 2. New Delhi, Lok Sabha MP Shri Sajjan Kumar inaugurated the Jun 11, electrification of Kotla Vihar-II. Others present on the 2006 occasion included MLA Shri Mukesh Sharma and Councilors Shri Satpal Sethi and Shri Harfool Singh 3. New Delhi, BSES launched SCADA Darshan - an innovative Jun 13, program to showcase SCADA to RWA's and students. 2006 4. New Delhi, Lok Sabha MP Shri Sajjan Kumar inaugurated the Jun 18, electrification of Baprolla Vihar colonies. Others present 2006 on the occasion included MLA Shri Mukesh Sharma and Councilors Shri Satpal Sethi and Shri Harfool Singh May 1. New Delhi, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dikshit May 26, inaugurated the state-of-the-art SCADA Centre at Balaji 2006 Estate, Kalkaji APRIL 1. New Delhi, Mrs Asha Mehra, Delhi Electricity Ombudsman Apr 07, inaugurates BYPL's newly renovated office at 2006 Karkardooma 2. New Delhi, Shri Sajjan Kumar, Hon’ble Member of Parliament Apr 16, inaugurates the Rs 12 crore 33/11 KV Paschim Vihar 2006 Grid to the residents of West Delhi 3. New Delhi, Shri Haroon Yusuf, Hon’ble Minister for Power and Apr 28, Transport dedicates the Rs 15crore 66/33/11 KV Jasola 2006 Grid to the residents of South Delhi March 1. New Delhi, Mr Lalit Jalan takes over as CEO of BSES Mar 23, 2006 February 1. New Delhi, BSES launches PayByPhone – allowing BSES Feb 07, customers to pay their electricity bills through SMS, 2006 Phone, Internet and Auto Debit 2. New Delhi, BSES signs up with Intrex India Limited to facilitate its Feb 10, 23 lakh customers to pay their electricity bills online by 2006 using the Itz Cash Card – a pre paid cash card 3. New Delhi, BSES participates in the one day annual Bhagidari Mela Feb 25, at the pragati Maidan 2006 4. New Delhi, Shri Babu Braham Pal, Hon’ble MLA of the Delhi Feb 25, Assembly inaugurates the 46th Customer Complaint 2006 Centre in BYPL (119th in BSES). Shri Shyam Sunder Goel was the Chief Guest at the function. January 1. New Delhi, New Customer Care Helpline Numbers for BYPL and Jan 02, BRPL launched. 2006 2. New Delhi, LPSC scheme extended – till February 6, 2006 Jan 07, 2006 3. New Delhi, BSES launches Project Nikat - under which BSES is Jan 10, installing cheque drop boxes at convenient places in the 2006 colonies. BSES EVENTS -2005 Venue & S.No Events Date March 1. New BSES contributes Rs 25 lacs towards Tsunami relief Delhi, Mar 28, 2005 April 2. New Yamuna Vihar 66 KV grid sub station inaugurated by Delhi Delhi, Chief Minister Mrs Sheila Dixit. Apr 26, 2005 May 3. New Vasant Vihar Customer Care Center inaugurated by R K Delhi, Puram Legislator Mrs Barkha Singh. May 18, 2005 4. New Jama Masjid Customer Care Center inaugurated by Matia Delhi, May 19, Mahal legislator Mr Shoaib Iqbal. 2005 5. New BSES' First Mobile Cash collection van flagged off by Delhi, Gen. (retd) Mr. V P Malik.. May 20, 2005 6. New First O & M Customer Care Center at Rajendra place Delhi, inaugurated by Patel Nagar legislator Mr. Rama Kant May 20, Goswami. 2005 7. New Radio City & Red FM air BSES radio jingles to popularise Delhi, Help-Line Numbers. May 20, 2005 June 8. New BSES announces new ‘Power Supply’ numbers Delhi, Jun 23, 2005 July 9. New Introduction of a unique Rs 35 crore project for the Delhi, installation of Distribution Transformer Management Jul 06, Service (DTMS) in all 8700 BSES transformers spread 2005 across the licensed area. 10. New Week-long 'Tree Plantation Drive' with a target of planting Delhi, over 2000 saplings. Jul 11, 2005 11. New Declaration of Saturday's as 'Consumer day' for Delhi, consumers to get on-the-spot resolution of their Jul 12, grievances. 2005 12. New Power Minister Haroon Yusuf inaugurates Rs 5 crore 33 Delhi, KV Motia Khan Grid substation. Jul 16, 2005 13. New BSES launches Interactive Voice Response System Delhi, (IVRS). Jul 18, 2005 14. New BSES bags the prestigious 'Network Innovation Award' in Delhi, Information Technology, conferred by Hughes Escorts Jul 25, Communication Ltd (HECL). 2005 August 15. New BSES appoints a separate PRO for each of its 33 Delhi, divisional offices. Aug 02, 2005 16. New Over eight hundred consumers who applied for the testing Delhi, of their respective electricity meters by CPRI satisfied with Aug 07, the results of the tests. 2005 17. New Nehru Place Division Office shifted to a newly built office Delhi, at East of Kailash. The division office also accommodates Aug 08, a new Customer Care Center. 2005 18. New Launch of a drive to resolve meter and cable related Delhi, complaints. Aug 12, 2005 19. New Power Minister Mr. Haroon Yusuf inaugurates the 66 KV Delhi, Shastri Park Grid sub station, which has been built at a Aug 17, cost of nearly Rs. 14 crores. 2005 September 20. New Arun Kanchan appointed as the Chief Executive Officer for Delhi, BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) Sep 06, 2005 21. New On-the-spot resolution of over 6000 customer complaints Delhi, over eight consecutive 'Consumer Days'. Sep 08, 2005 October 22. New Functioning of BSES bifurcated along the lines of BSES Delhi, Rajdhani Power Ltd (BRPL) and BSES Yamuna Power Ltd Oct 08, (BYPL) - in order to provide better facilities and services to 2005 customers. 23. New A Rs 19 crore state-of-the-art BSES' High Voltage Delhi, Distribution System (HVDS) energised at Hastsal to Oct 11, provide quality and reliable power to over 4, 000 residents 2005 in the resettlement colony and help curb power theft. November 24. New BSES launches a training program on "Essentials of Delhi, House Wiring" to train neighbourhood electricians , Nov 26, particularly those nominated by the RWAs. 2005 25. New BSES participates in the 14 days trade fair at IITF Delhi, Delhi, where the theme was "Power and Communication" Nov 14, 2005 December 26. New Khanpur Customer Care Center and Division office Delhi, inaugurated by Mr. Ramesh Bidhuri, Hon'ble member of Dec 01, the Legislative Assembly of Delhi. Nearly 60, 000 2005 consumers living in the Outer Delhi areas will benefit from this division and Customer Care Centre. 27. New BSES launches online bill payment facility for its Delhi, customers. The facility allows customers to log on to the Dec 02, BSES website www.bsesdelhi.com and pay their electricity 2005 bill using their credit cards or through their net banking accounts. 28. New Late Payment Surcharge Payment (LPSC) Waiver Delhi, Scheme launched.sss Dec 07, 2005 29. New Mr Rakesh Mehta, Principal Secretary (Power), GoNCTD Delhi, flags off BYPL's Customer Care Mobile Van at the Dec 30, Karkardooma office. 2005 BSES EVENTS -2004 S.No Venue & Date Events January 1. New Delhi, BSES DISCOMS launch customer support service centre. Jan 29, 2004 New Delhi, BSES’ special enforcement drive to curb power theft 2. Jan 31, 2004 3. New Delhi, Golden handshake thrills BSES employees Jan 02, 2004 4. New Delhi, Reliance to set up world’s largest gas based power project in Jan 27, 2004 Uttar Pradesh, India. February 5. New Delhi, Reliance decides on Dadri to set up world’s largest gas based Feb 2004 power project May 6. New Delhi, BSES All Set To Start Consumer Redressal Forum May 29, 2004 7. New Delhi, BSES launches hi tech outage management system for quick May 15, 2004 resolution of telephonic complaints July 8. New Delhi, BSES initiates a special meter testing drive July 17,2004 August 9. New Delhi, BSES refurbishes and rededicates 66KV Batra Grid Station to the Aug 27, 2004 residents of South Delhi September 10. New Delhi, BSES refurbishes and rededicates 33/11KV Madipur Grid Sub Sep 13, 2004 Station to the residents of West Delhi 11. New Delhi, BSES refurbishes and rededicates 33/11 KV Geeta ColonyGrid Sep 21, 2004 Sub Station to the residents of East Delhi October 12. New Delhi, BSES Launches "Roshni" Drive Oct 12, 2004 13. New Delhi, BSES’s Special Enforcement Drive to curb power theft Oct 24, 2004 14. New Delhi, BSES’s Special Enforcement Drive nets Rs One Crore Oct 28, 2004 November 15. New Delhi, BSES CEO addresses consumer queries in a live television show Nov 19, 2004 December 16. Mumbai, Anil D. Ambani adjudged 'CEO of the Year' at Platts 2004 Global Dec 11, 2004 Energy Awards 17. New Delhi, BSES dedicates ‘Surya Vihar Project’ to citizens of outer Delhi. Dec 19, 2004 18. New Delhi, th BSES Team wins the "Knowledge Master" title at the 4 lead Dec 19, 2004 India quiz 2004 19. New Delhi, BSES pavilion at the Bhagidari Utsav drew the maximum crowd Dec 20, 2004 and was appreciated by one and all BSES EVENTS -2003 S.No Venue & Date Events January 1. New Delhi, BSES Yamuna and BSES Rajdhani Announce Meter Camps Jan 11, 2003 September 2. New Delhi, Chief Minister Commissions 66 / 11 Kv grid substation at Sep 23, 2003 Pappankalan, Dwarka BSES EVENTS -2002 S.No Venue & Date Events January 1. New Delhi, Chief Minister commissions 33 KV grid substation at Chandni Jan 14, 2002 Chowk December 2. New Delhi, 66 Kv grid substation commission at Hari Nagar Dec 10, 2002 3. New Delhi, BSES wins Rajiv Gandhi National quality award Dec 17, 2002 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT: BSES comprises of approximately 25000 highly professional, motivated and trained manpower which helped it emerge as a professional organization on the horizon of aviation sector. High morale of the employee continues to boost smooth operation of its airports towards accomplishing the objective of customer satisfaction. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN BSES A) RECRUITMENT & PROMOTION RULES SECTION-I 1. SHORT TITLE, COMMENCEMENT AND APPLICATION: 1.1 These may be called the BSES (Recruitment and Promotion) Regulations, 2005. 1.2 These shall come into force on the date of their Gazette Notification. 1.3 These Regulations shall apply to all regular employees of the BSES and to all persons Employed by the BSES on deputation in accordance with the Regulations. 2. DEFINITIONS: In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires - (a) “Abortionists” means an employee belonging to the Central or State Government or Public Sector Undertaking who has been permanently absorbed in the regular service of the BSES; (b) "Act" means the Airports BSES of India Act, 1994 (55 of 1994), as amended from time to time; (c) "Appointing BSES” in relation to a post means the BSES as specified in Col. 3 of Annexure-I annexed to the BSES (General Conditions of Service and Remuneration of Employees) Regulations, 2003; (d) “Apportioning” means identifying the number of posts in the specified disciplines by the Competent BSES within the cadre strength, which need to be filled up at two different levels depending upon the specific requirements of the organization. 3. GRADES,AUTHORISED STRENGTH AND ENABLING PROVISIONS: 3.1 The posts included in the various grades/cadres of the BSES, their group, level and the scales of pay on the commencement of these Regulations shall be as specified in Para 4 of these Regulations. 3.2 After the commencement of these Regulations, the authorized strength of the posts in various grades shall be such as may from time to time be determined by the BSES. 3.3 The BSES may create posts and make additions or deletions to the strength of the posts in various grades as deemed necessary from time to time, as provided in the Note under Section 4(2) of BSES (General Conditions of Service and Remuneration of Employees) Regulations, 2003. 3.4 The Chairperson may with the approval of BSES include any allied posts other than those included in Para-4 of these Regulations. 3.5 In exceptional circumstances and beyond delegation of powers, the Chairperson may with the approval of BSES appoint an officer to an appropriate grade in the Executive or Non-Executive cadres in a temporary or in a substantive capacity as may be deemed fit in the interest of the BSES and fix his seniority in the grade after taking into account his Continuous regular service in the analogous grade. Any such induction will be reported to the Board at the earliest. 3.6 Re-employment of superannuated Govt. servants/ extension of service of BSES employees beyond the age of superannuation in exceptional circumstances can be made in accordance with the Government guidelines. 3.7 In certain circumstances, appointments may be made on a consolidated salary as may be determined by the Competent BSES instead of regular pay-scales enumerated in Para- of these Regulations. 4. CATEGORISATION OF CADRES/GRADES: 4.1 The posts in BSES are broadly categorized as Executive and Non-Executive and fall in The following groups/levels: (i) EXECUTIVES: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LEVEL DESIGNATION PAY SCALES (In Rs.) GROUP ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ E-1 Junior Executive 8600-250-14600 “B” & equivalent E-2 ASSISTANT Manager 10750-300-16750 ,, & equivalent E-3 Manager 13000-350-18250 ,, & equivalent E-4 Senior Manager 14500-350-18700 ,, & equivalent E-5 Senior Manager (SG) 16000-400-20800 ,, & equivalent E-6 Deputy General Manager 17500-400-22300 “A” & equivalent E-7 Joint General Manager 18500-450-23900 ,, & equivalent E-8 General Manager 20500-500-26500 ,, & equivalent E-9 Executive Director 23750-600-28550 ,, & equivalent ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ (ii) NON-EXECUTIVES: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LEVEL DESIGNATION PAY SCALES (In Rs.) GROUP ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NE-1 Junior Attendant 4400-75-5300-90-6920 “D” & equivalent NE-2 Attendant 4900-95-6040-110-8020 ,, & equivalent NE-3 Senior Attendant 5300-115-6680-135-9110 ,, & equivalent NE-4 Junior ASSISTANT 5500-140-7180-160-10060 ,, & equivalent NE-5 ASSISTANT 5800-160-7720-180-10960 ,, & equivalent NE-6 Senior ASSISTANT 6300-180-8460-200-12060 “C” & equivalent NE-7 Supervisor 6500-200-8900-220-12860 ,, & equivalent NE-8 Superintendent 7200-230-9960-250-14460 ,, & equivalent NE-9 Sr. Superintendent 8000-260-11120-290-16340 “B” &equivalent NE-10 Sr. Superintendent 9000-300-18000 ,, (SG) & equivalent ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SECTION – II DIRECT RECRUITMENT & RELATED MATTERS 6. INDUCTION LEVELS - DIRECT RECRUITMENT (DR) IN EXECUTIVE & NONEXECUTIVE CADRES : 6.1 Generally, the intake from outside the BSES through direct recruitment will be at the following levels called the induction levels: (i) EXECUTIVE CADRE : GR. Level Designation %age quota A E-6 DGM &Equivt. Upto25% ii) NON-EXECUTIVE CADRE GR. Level Designation %age quota C NE-6 Senior ASSISTANT & Equivt. 100% GR. Level Designation %age quota C NE-5 ASSISTANT & Equiv. 100% C NE-4 Junior ASSISTANT & Equiv. 100% D NE-1 Junior Attendant & Equivt. 100% Discipline &Qualifications: Civil, Elect, HK, Medical, Store, Ops, Pers. etc. 8th preferably 10th Pass and knowledge of related trade/experience wherever prescribed 6.2 The induction of degree holder Assistant in Communication, ATC, Electronics and Engg.(Civil) and (Electrical) be made initially as trainees with suitable stipend and after successful completion of prescribed training, they may be given scale of E-1 to be designated as Junior Executive in the scale of Rs.8600-250-14600. This scale will be operated with the sanctioned strength of Communication ASSISTANT, ATC ASSISTANT, Electronics ASSISTANT., Jr. Assistant etc. Other disciplines like Technical, Planning, Operations, Personnel, Finance, Cargo, Law, Commercial, Land, Economic Planning etc. where professionals viz. MBA etc. need to be inducted may also operate at E-I scale appropriately as per requirement. 6.3 The detailed qualifications and the kind of experience required for posts filled through DR will be specified with reference to the requirement of each post. These are broadly specified in Annexure-IA and Annexure-IB.. 6.4 In the course of direct recruitment to categories stated above, special preference may be given to eligible candidates who have, in the immediate preceding three years, represented a State in the National and Regional Tournament in any of the major games, namely, Hockey, Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Badminton, Athletics etc. 6.5 In case of any requirement for induction of professionally qualified people as Trainees for a specific period, they will be taken from Govt./Professional Institutes as recognized by AICTE without any commitment for regular employment against the sanctioned posts. 7. JOB SPECIFICATIONS: The Job Specifications for various posts including the induction level posts will be broadly as per Annexure I-A & I-B and as may be prescribed by the Competent BSES from time to time. The job specifications can be amended from time to time considering the job demand/specialization required for each cadre/discipline subject to the approval of the Chairperson. 8. MODE OF SELECTION: The mode of selection to be generally observed for recruitment to posts at the induction levels will be as indicated below:- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LEVELS CADRES MODE OF SELECTION ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ GROUP `A’ E6 Screening and Interview GROUP `A’ E3 Written Test and Interview GROUP ‘B’ E1 Written Test and Interview GROUP `C’ NE6 Written/Trade Test and Interview NE5 Written/Trade Test and Interview NE4 Written/Trade Test and Interview GROUP `D’ NE1 Trade Test and Interview ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10. AGE: The maximum age limit for each post will be prescribed in the 'Direct Recruitment' specifications which will be relaxed as per Govt. policy in the case of SC/ST/Other Backward Classes, Ex- Servicemen, compassionate appointment and the employees of the BSES. 12. RESERVATIONS AND CONCESSIONS TO SC/ST/OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES & PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONS: The directives of the Government concerning reservations of vacancies and concessions allowed to candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/other Backward Classes/ Ex-servicemen, Physically Handicapped persons etc. as notified by the Government from time to time will be strictly followed by the notified appointing authorities. 13. SPECIAL DISPENSATION IN DIRECT RECRUITMENT (DR) TO SPECIFIC CATEGORIES OF PERSONS: 13.1 Certain categories of persons will be allowed special dispensation in appointments to direct recruitment posts as specified below : i) EXPROPRIATED LAND OWNERS : Individuals whose land is acquired for setting up the BSES's Projects and who are consequently deprived of their livelihood will be given due consideration in employment against the sanctioned posts in DR quota in any Group ‘C’ or ‘D’ Posts provided they meet the prescribed specifications in accordance with the Govt. policy. ii) DEPENDANTS OF DECEASED EMPLOYEES: The dependant of a deceased employee will be eligible for consideration for appointment in the BSES on need-cum- economic status basis against an available direct recruitment vacancy in any ‘C’ or ‘D’ Group commensurate with his/her qualifications and experience. Priority will, however, be given to dependants of those employees who die as a result of an accident while on duty. The broad parameters which will be considered in this regard are – a. income of the family of the deceased employee; b. educational qualifications of the member of the deceased employee seeking employment; c. number of dependents; and d. assets & liabilities left by the deceased employee. The requests for compassionate appointment will be considered even if the name of a dependant is not sponsored by the Employment Exchange or if he/she has not applied against any advertisement provided the applicant is otherwise eligible. Non-existence of an earning member in the family of the deceased employee will be an important criterion in this regard. iii) OUTSTANDING SPORTS PERSONS: Consistent with the BSES's objective of all round development of human personality and to provide encouragement to the activities and programmes of the BSES in the area of sports, sport persons of repute may be recruited with the prior approval of the Chairperson in respect of the sports in which the BSES has developed its own teams for participation in Public Sector Undertaking Sports' tournaments or other tournaments. Such recruitment will be made only against the sanctioned strength in DR Quota subject to the following terms and conditions:- (a) Recruitment of such sports persons will be made commensurate with their relevant experience and possessing the qualifications required/specified for entry to the grade to which he /she is sought to be recruited. (b) In order to be eligible for selection under this special recruitment, candidates should have represented the Country and / or State in a recognized Championship/Tournament at State, National and/ or International level at least during the three years preceding the date of appointment. (c) Physical fitness of such sports persons selected for special appointment should be of the highest standard and the upper age limit shall be 25 years. 14. SOURCES OF DIRECT RECRUITMENT (DR) : 14.1 Recruitment to posts at induction and other levels will normally be made from the sources mentioned below. 14.2 Employment Exchanges for posts as prescribed in the Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959 and/or Government directives issued From time to time. 14.3 Direct recruitment by advertisement in the Press/Electronic Media. 14.4 By considering departmental candidates meeting the specified requirements. 14.5 From reputed Assistanting / Management Institutes by Campus interviews. 14.6 Deputationists from the Central/State Governments/Union Territories and the Public Sector Undertakings. 15. PROCEDURE FOR RECRUITMENT TO DR POSTS: 15.1 It will be necessary first to send a requisition to the concerned Employment Exchange for filling up a DR vacancy in Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ posts in accordance with the instructions prescribed in Rule 4 of the Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Rules, 1960 as amended from time to time and in case the Employment Exchange fails to make available suitable candidates within a fortnight, the post may be advertised. 15.2 Where a post is to be filled by direct recruitment, the respective Personnel Deptt. Will release an advertisement in the Press inviting applications from candidates fulfilling the conditions of the post. Recruitment will be resorted to only against duly sanctioned posts as per the requirement of the department concerned. While releasing the advertisement, the job specifications, the educational qualifications and experience required for the post and reservation details shall be clearly mentioned. 15.3 All posts at E-1 level and above will be considered as `Centralized cadres' and recruitment to these posts will be made by the Corporate Office. 15.4 All posts upto NE-10 Level will be considered as Region/ Corporate Hqrs./ Field posts unless otherwise specified in respect of a particular post and recruitment to these posts will be made by the concerned appointing authorities. 15.5 All applications for direct recruitment shall be scrutinized by the concerned Personnel Department. The Personnel Department will prepare a list of applicants who fulfill the prescribed qualifications and submit the same to the Appointing BSES. 15.6 With the approval of the Competent BSES, a Selection Committee will be constituted for selection of suitable candidates. The Selection Committee shall consist of not less than five members including the SC/ST/Other Backward Classes/woman representative, representative of minority community wherever necessary in accordance with the Govt. policy. Officers on the Selection Committee will be at least two scales above the post for which the recruitment is to be made. 15.7 The number of candidates to be considered for filling up the vacancies by direct recruitment will normally be five times the number of vacancies to be filled and where the number of such candidates are less than five times the vacancies to be filled, all the qualified candidates shall be considered by the Selection Committee. However, where the vacancies to be filled by direct recruitment are limited and the number of candidates who apply and fulfill the prescribed criteria are more, the criteria for selection of candidates may be revised with the approval of the Competent BSES regarding the number of candidates to be called for interview. 15.8 The Selection Committee shall judge the suitability of candidates on the basis of written examination/practical test where prescribed and/or interview as may be decided by the Competent BSES. 15.9 The Selection Committee shall submit to the Appointing BSES a list recommending the names of the candidates found suitable for appointment in the order of merit. 15.10 The Appointing BSES shall consider the recommendation of the Selection Committee and pass such orders as deemed fit. 15.11 Appointments will be made in the order of merit as given in the said list and the orders will be issued by the concerned Personnel Department. 15.12 After issue of appointment letters according to availability of vacancies, the names of the remaining candidates shall be kept in the said list for consideration to fill up vacancies which may arise in future within one year from the date of approval of panel by the Appointing BSES subject to its being extended for a further period not exceeding six months for reasons to be recorded in writing by the Competent BSES. SECTION - III CRITERIA, BENCH-MARK, COMPOSITION OF DPCs FOR PROMOTION 16. CRITERIA AND BENCH-MARK FOR PROMOTIONS TO VARIOUS GRADES IN EXECUTIVE AND NON-EXECUTIVE CADRES : a) For promotion from Joint GM (E-7) to GM (E-8) and GM(E-8) to ED(E-9) The bench mark for promotions to the grade of GM(E- 8) and ED(E-9) will be VERY GOOD. The officers shall be empanelled in accordance with the select list drawn by the DPC based on ACRs, length of service in the next below grade and interview. b) For Promotion to the level of DGM(E-6) and Joint GM(E-7): The bench mark for promotions to the grade of DGM(E-6) and Joint GM(E-7) will be VERY GOOD. (This will ensure element of higher selectivity in comparison to promotions to the grades lower than the aforesaid level where the bench-mark as indicated below, shall be ‘GOOD’ only). The DPC, for promotions to the said grades/posts, will give one of the following overall gradings to the officers who are in the consideration zone : - i) OUTSTANDING ii) VERY GOOD iii) GOOD iv) AVERAGE v) UNFIT While drawing up the Select Panel for promotion, officers graded as ‘Outstanding’ will be placed enbloc senior to the officers who are graded as ‘VERY GOOD’provided they are within the number of vacancies for which the DPC is held. Since the bench-mark is ‘VERY GOOD’ for promotions to the grade of DGM and Joint GM the officers getting overall gradings lesser than ‘VERY GOOD’ will not be empanelled. c) For promotions from the level of Junior Executive(E-1) to the level of Sr. Manager (E-4) : For promotions to the post of ENGG. Manager(E-2) up to the grade of Sr.Manager(E-4), the bench-mark will be ‘GOOD’. The DPC, for promotion to posts/grades in these categories, grade officers as OUTSTANDING, VERY GOOD, GOOD, AVERAGE and UNFIT as in Para 16(b) above. While drawing up the Select Panel for promotion, officers graded as ‘OUTSTANDING’ will be placed en-bloc senior to those officers who are graded as ‘VERY GOOD’, and theofficers graded as ‘VERY GOOD’ will be placed en-bloc senior to all the officers graded as ‘GOOD’, provided they are within the number of vacancies for which the DPC is held. Similarly, for placing Sr. Manager (E-4) to Sr. Manager(SG) (E-5) the bench mark will be “GOOD” . d) For Promotions in the Non-Executive Grades : Promotion to all these grades will be on the basis of seniority- cum-fitness subject to the rejection of ‘UNFIT’. The DPC will therefore grade the officers as ‘FIT’ or ‘UNFIT’ on the basis of performance as reflected in their Annual Confidential Reports (ACRs) for the relevant period, and subject to qualifying test whereverprescribed. 17. DPC - COMPOSITION AND METHODOLOGY OF ASSESSMENT : 17.1 The Departmental Promotion Committee will be constituted for selection of suitable candidates with respect to the level of posts and the representatives of SC/ST will be included/co- opted wherever applicable as per the guidelines on the subject. The members of the DPC will be atleast two levels higher than the posts for which the DPC is conducted wherever possible. Where the posts are to be filled up on the basis of interview, an outside expert will also be associated with the DPC/Selection Committee. 17.2 Each Departmental Promotion Committee should decide its own method and procedure for objective assessment of the suitability of the candidates who are in the consideration zone for promotion. 18. INTERVIEW AND TEST : 18.1 Wherever interviews are prescribed, the weightage would be given to PAR ratings, seniority and interview. In order to ensure greater selectivity in the matter of promotions and for having uniform procedures for assessment, DPC should decide its own method and procedure for objective assessment of the suitability of the candidates. SECTION - IV DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTIONS AND RELATED MATTERS 20. PROMOTIONS IN THE EXECUTIVE & NON-EXECUTIVE GRADES : 20.1 So as to rationalize inter discipline promotion opportunities, there will be an exhaustive annual review before commencement of promotion proceedings by Manpower Advisory Board consisting of Chairman and Whole-Time Members which will determine the number of posts required to be filled in various levels/clusters of different disciplines taking into account the operating sanctioned strength, men in position and number of eligible candidates in each grade. 20.2 It will be essential to qualify departmental training courses/ examination for promotion to next higher grade wherever prescribed in disciplines such as ATC/Communications/Fire /Operations etc. 20.3 Vacancies in different categories of posts in the BSES in the promotion quota will be filled, as follows: 21. PROMOTIONS - EXECUTIVE GRADES (GROUP ‘A’ & ‘B’ POSTS) : GROUP ‘A’ POSTS: i) GENERAL MANAGER (E-8) [Rs.20500-26500] TO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (E-9) [Rs.23750-28550] - 100% PROMOTION General Manager(E-8) with 5 years regular service in the grade will be eligible for promotion to the grade of Executive Director (E-9) subject to recommendation of the Selection Committee based on the interview and prescribed bench-mark of VERY GOOD. ii) JOINT GENERAL MANAGER(E-7) [Rs.18500-23900] TO GENERAL MANAGER (E-8) [Rs.20500-26500] - 100% PROMOTION Joint GMs with 2 years regular service in the grade and a combined minimum service of 5 years as JGM/DGM will be eligible for promotion to the post of GM (E-8) subject to successful completion of probation period as Joint GM(E-7) and on the recommendation of the Selection Committee based on interview and the prescribed bench-mark of VERY GOOD. iii) DY.GENERAL MANAGER(E-6) [Rs.17500-22300] TO JOINT GENERAL MANAGER(E-7) [Rs.18500-23900] a) Promotion with designation against one-third posts of DGM: One third posts of DGM will be operated as Joint GM as a functional post in the respective discipline. DGMs with three years’ regular service in the grade will be eligible for normal promotion against these posts subject to DPC recommendation based on the prescribed bench-mark of VERY GOOD. b) Placement in Joint GM scale as DGM(SG) :DGMs not promoted/covered against vacancies of Joint GMs will be placed in E-7 scale as DGM(SG) after completion of five years’ regular service in the grade subject to the condition that there is no disciplinary case pending against them and their performance is satisfactory. iv) SENIOR MANAGER(SG) (E-5) [Rs.16000-20800] TO DY.GENERAL MANAGER (E-6) [Rs.17500-22300] - 100% PROMOTION (WITH ENABLING PROVISION UPTO 25% DR) a) Senior Manager(SG) (E-5) with 2 years regular service in the grade will be eligible for promotion to DGM (E-6) subject to possessing requisite professional/specialized qualification as may be prescribed for each discipline viz. B.Tech/B.E/MBA or equivalent and DPC recommendation based on the prescribed bench-mark of VERY GOOD. In case of non-availability of suitable internal candidates for promotion to the grade of DGM(E-6), the management will have the discretion to fill posts upto 25% from outside, on the basis of prescribed qualifications and experience, as provided in Para-6.1 of these Regulations. Senior Manager(SG) who do not possess the prescribed qualification on the date of commencement of these Regulations will be given opportunity to undergo training and will be considered for promotion in the manner prescribed above after qualifying departmental written test. b) Placement in Senior Manager(SG) (E-5) [Rs. 16000-20800] : Senior Managers with 3 years of regular service in the grade will be placed in the selection grade as Senior Manager(SG) (E5) provided that no disciplinary case is pending and performance is satisfactory. The executives who have already been given the designation of ASSISTANT General Manager shall continue to have the same. v) MANAGER(E-3) [RS.13000-18250] TO SENIOR MANAGER(E- 4) [RS.14500- 18700] - 100% PROMOTION Manager (E-3) with 3 years regular service in the grade will be eligible for promotion to Sr. Manager(E-4) grade, subject to DPC recommendations based on the prescribed benchmark of GOOD. vi) ASSISTANT MANAGER (E-2) [RS.10750-16750] TO MANAGER(E-3) [RS.13000- 18250] - 75% PROMOTION ASSISTANT Manager (E-2) with 3 years regular service in the grade will be eligible for promotion to Manager(E-3) grade subject to DPC recommendation based on the prescribed bench-mark of GOOD. 22. PROMOTIONS - NON-EXECUTIVE GRADES (GROUP ‘B’, ‘C’ AND ‘D’ POSTS) i) SR. SUPDT.(NE-9)–(RS.8000-16340) TO SR. SUPDT.(SG)– (NE-10)–(RS.9000-18000) Sr. Supdt. (NE-9) and equivalent, not interested in their promotion or not eligible for promotion to the Executive posts, will be eligible for placement in NE-10 scale on completion of six years regular service in NE-9 grade subject to the condition that no disciplinary case is pending and the performance is satisfactory. ii) SUPERINTENDENT (NE-8) [RS. 7200-14460] TO SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT (NE-9) [RS.8000-16340] - CLUSTER POSTS Supdt(NE-8) with 4 years regular service in the grade will be placed in the scale of NE-9 within the total number of posts sanctioned for NE-8 and NE-9 subject to the condition that no disciplinary case is pending and the performance is satisfactory. The posts in the cluster can be operated at the higher level within the total number of anctioned posts inNE-8 and NE-9. Employees in position as on 31.7.2001 having the channel of promotion from NE-6 to NE-8/NE-9 will be considered for promotion to NE-9 posts directly on ompletion of 8 years regular service subject to irrevocable written undertaking that they will follow this channel of promotion.The new incumbents appointed in NE-6 scale on or after 01.08.2001 will follow the normal promotion channel i.e. from NE-6 to NE-7 onwards. iii) SUPERVISOR (NE-7) [RS.6500-12860] TO SUPERINTENDENT (NE-8) [RS.7200-14460] Supervisor (NE-7) with 4 years regular service in the grade will be eligible for promotion to NE-8 grade against the existing strength as may be re-appropriated subject to fitness, written test and suitability. iv) SENIOR ASSISTANT (NE-6) [RS.6300-12060] TO SUPERVISOR (NE-7) [RS.6500- 12860] - CLUSTER POSTS Sr. ENGG. (NE-6) with 3 years regular service in the grade will be placed in the scale of NE-7 within the total number of posts sanctioned for NE-6 and NE-7 subject to the condition that no disciplinary case is pending and the performance is satisfactory. v) ASSISTANT (NE-5) [RS.5800-10960] TO SENIOR ASSISTANT (NE-6) [RS.6300- 12060] a) Criteria for Promotion to NE-6 Scale in applicable disciplines/posts : ENGG.(NE-5) with 4 years regular service in the grade will be considered for promotion to NE-6 scale in applicable disciplines/posts subject to availability of a vacancy and prescribed selection process/trade test and DPC recommendations. b) Criteria for appointment to NE-6 scale against vacancies to be filled by DR in applicable disciplines/posts : The departmental candidates possessing the qualification prescribed for DR will be given opportunity for appointment to NE-6 scale against vacancies to be filled by DR subject to qualifying written/trade test and the prescribed selection process, before resorting to filling up of DR vacancies from outside. vii) SENIOR ATTENDANT(NE-3) [RS.5300-9110] TO JUNIOR ASSISTANT (NE-4) [RS.5500-10060] a) Criteria for Promotion to NE-4 scale in applicable disciplines/posts : Senior Attendant (NE-3) possessing the qualifications and experience prescribed for DR posts in NE-4 will be considered for promotion to NE-4 scale in applicable disciplines/posts subject to availability of a vacancy and prescribed selection process/trade test and DPC norms on completion of three years regular service in the grade. b) Criteria for appointment to NE-4 scale against 20% vacancies to be filled by DR in applicable disciplines/posts : The qualified Group ‘D’ employees in NE-3 scale possessing the qualification prescribed will be given opportunity for appointment to NE-4 scale against 20% vacancies to be filled by DR subject to qualifying written/trade test and the prescribed selection process before resorting to filling up of these DR vacancies from outside on completion of three years regular service in the grade. viii) ATTENDANT (NE-2) [RS.4900-8020] TO SENIOR ATTENDANT (NE-3) [RS.5300-9110] – CLUSTER POSTS The total vacancies in this cadre will be determined on basis of existing posts in NE-1, NE-2 & NE-3. 40% posts of NE-2 and NE-3 level will be operated at NE-3 level. The candidates will be considered for placement against these posts on completion of 4 years regular service in NE-2 grade and passing the trade test. This will be further subject to the condition that no disciplinary case is pending and the performance is satisfactory. The candidates not falling under 40% posts will be placed in NE-3 grade irrespective of vacancies on completion of 8 years regular service in NE-2 grade. 23. CONSIDERATION ZONE : i) NORMAL CONSIDERATION ZONE : For the purpose of determining the number of officers to be considered for promotion against selection posts, the zone of consideration will be as follows: NO.OF NORMAL ZONE ZONE FOR VACANCIES CONSIDERATION FOR SC/ST 1 5 5 2 8 10 3 10 15 4 12 20 5 and above Twice the No. of 5 Times the No. of Vacancies + 4 Vacancies 24. CRUCIAL DATE FOR DETERMINING ELIGIBILITY: The crucial date for determining the eligibility for promotion would be 30th June of the current year and 31st December of the preceding year for the DPC to be held between Ist July to 31st December and between Ist January to 30th June respectively. 25. PREPARATION OF YEAR-WISE PANELS BY DPC WHERE THEY HAVE NOT MET FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS : Where for reasons beyond control, the DPC could not be held in a year(s), even though the vacancies arise during that year (or years), the first DPC that meets thereafter should follow the following procedures : a) Determine the actual number of regular vacancies that arose in each of the previous year(s) immediately preceding and the actual number of regular vacancies proposed to be filled in the current year separately. b) Consider in respect of each of the years those officers only who would be within the field of choice with reference to the vacancies of each starting with the earliest year onwards. c) Prepare a ‘Select List’ by placing the select list of the earlier year above the one for the next year and so on. 26. VALIDITY OF PANEL: The select panel as recommended by the Departmental Promotion Committee before implementation will have approval of the Competent BSES and will be in force for one year subject to its being extended for a further period not exceeding 6 months for reasons to be recorded in writing by the competent BSES. 27. RESERVATION FOR SC/ST IN PROMOTIONS: Reservation for SC/ST as provided by the Presidential Directives from time to time will be strictly followed in the matter of promotions, by the notified Appointing BSES. 28. CRITERIA FOR FILLING UP EX-CADRE POSTS : The following will be the criteria for filling up ex-cadre posts: - (i) The ex-cadre posts in the BSES viz BSES Director etc. will normally be filled by lateral movement of executives in the identical scale of pay through a process of selection/interview. (ii) Placement of executives to ex-cadre posts from next below cadre will only be resorted to if suitable candidates in the identical pay scale are not available. In such cases it will be ensured that the candidates considered for promotion against higher post are otherwise senior enough to be promoted in their own cadre. When the officer reverts to his parent department on completion of his tenure in the ex-cadre post, it shall be ensured that appointment to ex-cadre post does not result in greater benefit than what the officer would have earned had he remained within the department. (iii) Management may introduce appropriate incentives for placement of officers in excadre posts where executives are placed from a discipline to multi discipline cadre viz. BSES Director etc. so as to suitably attract executives for lateral movement. This incentive will not be available to the executives covered under (ii) above. 29. PROBATION & CONFIRMATION : In respect of probation and confirmation, the employees will be governed as per Rule 10 of BSES (General Conditions of Service and Remuneration of Employees) Regulations, 2003. 30.1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF SENIORITY : 30.1.1 An employee's seniority in first appointment to a post will be in accordance with the order of merit in the select list drawn up by the Selection Committee. However, if a candidate joins more than 180 days after the date of offer, his seniority will count from the date of joining irrespective of his position in the select list. 30.2 MAINTENANCE OF SENIORITY LIST: 30.2.1For staff upto the scale of Rs.9000-300-18000 and below, seniority will be purpose, seniority lists of employees will be maintained at the Regions/Corporate Hqrs. / Region/Corporate Hqrs. /Metro International BSES-wise. For this International BSESs. 30.2.2 All posts in the grade of Rs.8600-14600 at E-1 level and above will be treated as Centralized Cadres for purposes of promotion and hence the seniority lists will be maintained at the Corporate Headquarters. SECTION - V PAY AND ALLOWANCES 31. PAY ON PROMOTION: 31.1 When an employee is promoted from one post to a higher post in the service of the BSES, his pay in such post shall be fixed at the higher stage after allowing him one increment in the lower grade and fixation at the appropriate stage in the next higher grade, as provided in Para-11.2.1 of these Regulations. He will also be entitled to the option highlighted in Para-11.2.2 of these Regulations. 32. PAY IN THE CASE OF DEPUTATIONISTS FROM CENTRAL/STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS OR PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS : The deputationists/ absorptionists will be governed by the terms of deputation/ absorption as the case may be. SECTION – VI SAVING & REPEAL 33. SAVING : Nothing contained in these procedures & Regulations shall effect the application of any other law, rule or regulation for the time being in force. Nothing contained in these procedures and Regulations shall invalidate any order made or action taken by the BSES or any of its officers in accordance with the procedures followed before the commencement of these procedures and Regulations. 34. INTERPRETATION: If any doubt arises relating to the correct interpretation of these procedures and Regulations, the decision of the competent BSES thereon, shall be final and binding. 35. POWER TO RELAX: Where the BSES is of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient to do so, it may by order for reasons to be recorded in writing, and in consultation with the CHAIRPERSON relax any of the provisions of these Regulations with respect to any class or category of persons or posts. 36. REPEAL: All existing rules of promotion and recruitment to various posts in the International and National Divisions of the BSES shall automatically stand repealed with effect from the date these Regulations are notified provided that such repeal shall not affect anything done or action taken under the rules, before such repeal. Annexure - 1A INDUCTION IN E-1 JUNIOR EXECUTIVE LEVEL (Scale of Pay Rs.8600-250-14600) S. No. Discipline Qualification Maximum Age : 27 years Assistanting degree in Electronics/ Telecommunication / Radio Engg/Electrical with specialization in Electronics OR equivalent 1 Air Traffic Control Assistanting degree in electronics/telecommunications/ Electrical with Specialization in Electronics OR equivalent 2 Communication 3 Civil Degree in Civil Engg. OR equivalent 4 Electrical Degree in Electrical Engg. OR equivalent 5 Equipment/Technical Degree in Assistanting (Electrical/Mechanical/Automobile) OR equivalent Degree in Assistanting with specialization in Computers/Computer Engg./ Electronics/ IT or equivalent/ MCA or equivalent. "B" level qualification of DOEACC/ Electrical with specialization in Electronics. 6 Information Technology 7 Architecture Degree in Architecture OR equivalent 8 BSES operation Graduate in science with MBA OR equivalent. LMV licence essential 9 Personnel Graduate with MBA (HRD) or MA with Personnel Mgmt. OR equivalent 10 Law Graduate in Law 11 Public Relations Graduate with Degree/ PG Diploma in Journalism/PR OR equivalent PG in Econ/Stat/Maths with PG Diploma in Computer Applications OR equivalent 12 Economic Planning 13 Finance CA/ICWA, MBA FINANCE OR equivalent Graduate in Commerce/Econ/Stat. with MBA (Marketing/Finance) Degree in Law desirable OR equivalent 14 Commercial Graduate with PG Diploma in Personnel Management/HRM +100 wpm shorthand+40 wpm typing. Knowledge of computer. 15 Personal ASSISTANT PG Degree or equiv. in Bus. Admn./MBA or Degree in Engg/Arch/Law OR equivalent Annexure I-B INDUCTIONS AT NE-1 Rs.4400-6920 S.No Designation Deptt Qualifications Maximum Age: 27years 8th preferably 10th pass, should have good Physique 1 JR. ATTENDANT (Civil)/Beldar CIVIL 8th preferably 10th pass, should know the gardening 2 JR. ATTENDANT (Horticulture)/Mali CIVIL 8th preferably 10th pass, knowledge of related trade 3 JR. ATTENDANT (Sewer) CIVIL 8th preferably 10th pass, should have good Physique 4 JR. ATTENDANT (Electrical)/Wireman ELECT 8th preferably 10th pass 5 JR.ATTENDANT(House Keeping) HK 8th preferably 10th pass 6 JR. ATTENDANT (Medical) MEDICAL 8th preferably 10th pass, knowledge of related trade 7 JR. ATTENDANT (Caneman) MM 8th preferably 10th pass 8 JR. ATTENDANT (Store) MM 8th preferably 10th pass, preferably ITI, knowledge Of related trade 9 JR. ATTENDANT (Workshop) MT 8th preferably 10th pass, knowledge of related trade 10 JR. ATTENDANT (BSES) OPS 8th preferably 10th pass, should have good Physique 11 JR. ATTENDANT (Security) OPS 8th preferably 10th pass 12 JR. ATTENDANT (Office) PERS INDUCTIONS AT NE-4 Rs.5500-10060 S.No Designation Deptt Qualifications with 2 years relevant experience in the concerned discipline Maximum Age 30 years 10th pass + ITI 1 JR.ENGG.(Cartography) ATM 10th pass, ITI Fitter/Motor Mechanic 2 JR.ENGG.(Fork Lift) CARGO 10th pass, ITI in Civil D’manship 3 JR.ENGG.(Drawing-Civil) CIVIL 10th pass with ITI Trade Certificate 4 JR.ENGG.(Carpentry) CIVIL 10th pass, experience in soil testing laboratory 5 JR.ENGG.(Laboratory) CIVIL 10th pass with ITI in relevant trade 6 JR. ENGG.(Masonry) CIVIL 10th pass, ITI in related trade 7 JR. ENGG.(Plumber) CIVIL 10th pass, ITI in Elect & Mechanic D’manship 8 JR.ENGG.(Drawing-Electrical) ELECT 9 JR.ENGG.(Lift Operator-cum-Mechanic) ELECT 10th pass, ITI in related trade 10th pass, ITI Air Condition / Refrigeration 10 JR.ENGG.(ACR) ELECT 10th pass, ITI in Wireman trade 11 JR. ENGG.(Aerobridge) ELECT 10th pass, ITI in related B) SCALES OF PAY & ALLOWANCES :- IDA scales in respect of employees of BSES were revised with effect from1.1.97. :- These scales are valid up to 31.12.2006. The perquisites admissible for both executives and non-executives have also been notified from time to time. :- In this chapter a gist of the different types of allowances admissible has been provided for easy reference. I. SCALES OF PAY I.0 Executives Level Name of Post Scale of Pay (Rs.) E-9 Executive Director 23750-600-28550 E-8 General Manager 20500-500-26500 E-7 Addl. General Manager 18500-450-23900 E-6 Deputy General Manager 17500-400-22300 E-5 Asst. General Manager 16000-400-20800 E-4 Senior Manager 14500-350-18700 E-3 Manager 13000-350-18250 E-2 ASSISTANT Manager 10750-300-16750 E-1 Junior Executive 8600-250-14600 I.1 Non-Executives Level Name of Post Scale of Pay (Rs.) NE-10 Sr. Superintendent (SG) 9000-300-18000 NE-9 Sr. Superintendent 8000-260-11120-290-16340 NE-8 Superintendent 7200-230-9960-250-14460 NE-7 Supervisor 6500-200-8900-220-12860 NE-6 Senior ASSISTANT 6300-180-8460-200- 12060 NE-5 ASSISTANT 5800-160-7720-180- 10960 NE-4 Jr. ASSISTANT 5500-140-7180-160-10060 NE-3 Senior Attendant 5300-115-6680-135-9110 NE-2 Attendant 4900-95-6040-110-8020 NE-1 Jr. Attendant 4400-75-5300-90-6920 II. ALLOWANCES Executives and Non-executives are eligible for various types of allowances and a brief of the same is as under: 1.0 Dearness Allowance: 1.1 Executive and Non-Executives are eligible for Dearness allowance on quarterly basis as on 1st January, 1st April, 1st July and 1st October of every year. The Dearness Allowances is payable for the increase in AICPI, above quarterly index average of 1708. The D.A. payable with effect from 1.7.2003 is @ 41.8%, 44% w.e.f. 1.10.2003; and 44.9% w.e.f. 1.1.2004. 2.0 House Rent Allowance (HRA): 2.1 Executives and Non-Executives are eligible for House Rent Allowance, as per classification of cities as applicable to Central Government Employees. An illustrative list of Classification of Cities for purpose of payment of HRA for easy reference. The classification of cities and corresponding rates (%) of HRA are as under: S.No. Classification of Cities % Rates of HRA 1. A1 Cities 30% of the Basic Pay 2. A, B1 & B2 Cities 15% of the Basic Pay 3. C Cities 7.5% of the Basic Pay 4. Unclassified Cities 5% of the Basic Pay Note: 1. Where the above HRA rates are lower than earlier rates as per new classification of the cities, employees would be allowed to draw the earlier rates of HRA on the revised basic pay as per O.M. dated 22.1.01 of DPE. 2. HRA is not admissible to such employees who are provided residential accommodation by the BSES. 3. HRA is admissible during leave of all kinds including Study Leave and suspension, up to 180 days. Beyond this period, HRA can be claimed by furnishing the prescribed certificate. 3.0 Company Leased Residential Accommodation: 3.1 All executives who are not provided accommodation by the BSES are eligible for subsidized Company Leased Residential Accommodation. Leased accommodation is also extended to non-executives who are holding key Operational category such as Aerodrome ASSISTANT, Communication ASSISTANT, Technical ASSISTANT, Electronics ASSISTANT and Senior Fire Foremen. 3.2. Eligibility 3.2.1 The rental limits for leasing accommodation will be as under for executives and non-executives: Executives: S.No. Class of City % of Basic Pay Remarks 1. A 50% 2. B 40% 3. B2 30% 4. C 20% % of basic pay or “Mean” of the minimum and maximum of scale of pay, whichever is more is admissible. Non-Executives: S.No. Class of City % of Basic Pay: 1. A 50% 2 B 40% 3. B2 30% 4. C 20% 4.0 City Compensation Allowance (CCA): 4.1 Executives and Non-Executives are eligible for CCA as per classification of cities as applicable to the Central Government employees. The rates are as under: S.No. Basic Pay A1 Cities A Cities B1 Cities B2 Cities 1. Below Rs. 90 Rs. 65 Rs. 45 Rs. 25 Rs. 4,000 2. Rs. 4,001 Rs. 125 Rs. 95 Rs. 65 Rs. 35 To 5,250 3. Rs. 5,251 Rs. 200 Rs. 150 Rs. 100 Rs. 65 To 6,499 4. Rs. 6,500 Rs. 300 Rs. 240 Rs. 180 Rs. 120 And above Note: CCA is admissible during leave of all kinds including Study Leave and suspension, up to 180 days. Beyond this period, CCA can be claimed by furnishing the prescribed certificate. 7.0 Education Allowance: 7.1 Executives and Non-Executives are eligible for an Education Allowance of Rs.350/- p.m. For this purpose the employee need not submit any undertaking/certificate. 8.0 Conveyance Re-imbursement Executives & Non-Executives are eligible for re-imbursement of fuel expenses at the following rates on self-certification basis: 10.0 Entertainment Allowance: 10.1 Executives are eligible for entertainment allowance on self certification as per the rates quoted below: S.No. Pay range of executive Amount per month 1. Rs.14500-18700; Rs.16000-20800 Rs.250/- 2. Rs.17500-22300; Rs.18500-23900 Rs.350/- 3. Rs.20500-26500 Rs.500/- 4. Rs.23750-28550 Rs.750/- 11.0 Furnishing Allowance 11.1 Executive Directors and General Mangers are eligible for Furnishing Allowance at following rates: Soft furnishing allowance - Rs.10.000/- -- Once in three years. (Like carpet, curtain etc.,) Hard furnishing allowance - Rs.15,000/- -- Once in service period. (Like sofa set, writing table etc.) 11.2 This allowance is payable on production of vouchers. 2.0 Soft Furnishing Allowance 12.1 Executives, other than Executive Directors/General Managers are eligible for soft furnishing allowance at the following rates once in three years, on production of necessary certificates: S.No. Pay Scale of Executive Amount payable 1. Those between scales of Rs.10750- Rs.5000/- 16750; and Rs.16000-20800 2. Those in scales of Rs.17500-22300; Rs.6000/- and Rs.18500-23900 13.0 Telephone Expenses Re-imbursement 13.1 Executives are eligible for re-imbursement for the telephone at their residence as under: S.No. Pay range Amount Payable 1. Rs.10750-16750; and Rs.13000-18250 Rs.250/- p.m. 2. Rs.14500-18700; and Rs.16000-20800 Rs.350/- p.m. 14.0 Re-imbursement of HRD Expenses: 14.1 In order to update their knowledge and skills, the employees are encouraged to read professional magazines, journals and also become members of professional institutions. To defray the expenses towards purchase of professional magazines, journals, newspapers, internet registration etc. the employees are extended the facility of reimbursement in the following manner: For purpose of payment of proficiency allowance, the executives are classified into three categories as under: Cat.I - B pay range of Rs.10, 750 –15,999 and above including JET Cat.II - Basic pay range of Rs.16, 000 – 20,499 and above: and Cat.III - Basic pay range of Rs.20, 500 – 28,550 and above. 18.0 Rating Allowance: 18.1 Aerodrome Discipline 18.2 ASSISTANT Managers, Managers, Sr. Managers and Dy. General Managers of aerodrome discipline are eligible for rating allowance as under: S.NO. TYPE OF FIELD AMOUNT IN RS. (P.M.) 1. GROUP CONTROL (SMC) Rs 1000/- 2. AERODROME CONTROL (TUI) Rs 2000/- 3. AREA CONTROL CENTER (ACC) Rs 2000/- 4. ASR/MSSR (Radar) Rs 3000/- 5. ARSR/MSSR (Radar) Rs 2000/- 6. ADS VALID FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT QUALIFIED AND NOT DRAWING ANY OTHER RADAR ALLOWANCE Rs 2000/- 7. FLIGHT DATA PROCESSING ALLOWANCE TO ATCOS DEPLOYED FOR PERFORMING FLIGHT DATE PROCESSING DUTIES AND NOT HAVING ANY RATING OR IN RECEIPT OF ANY RATING ALLOWANCE Rs2000/- 21.0 Instructor Allowance 21.1 50% of the basic pay to those posts in NIAMAR/IAM and engaged in CDU and imparting class room lecture not less than 10 hrs per week. (Pre-revised scale of pay) 22.0 OJT instructor Allowance 22.1 OJT instructor allowance is payable at the rate of 25% of the basic pay. (Pre-revised scale) 23.0 CATC Allowance 23.1 ATCOs posted as instructor in CATC will be paid 50% of the basic pay (pre-revised) as instructor allowance in addition to 100% of the rating allowance during the validity of the rating. 25.0 Cash Compensation on National Holidays 25.1 Non-executives and executives who are deployed on roster duty, on National Holiday are eligible for Cash Compensation at the rate of 1.5 times of their basic pay + DA, on the date of duty performance. 26.0 Out of Pocket Allowance – For attending office on holidays / “off days” 26.1 Executives who are required to attend office on holidays/”Off days” are eligible for ‘Out of Pocket Expenses’, up to a maximum of five days in a month, subject to the condition that they obtain prior permission of the competent BSES and work for not less than 4 hours, on that day as under: Executives up to the level of Managers - Rs.250/- per day Senior Managers and above - Rs.300/- per day 27.0 Allowances to employees posted to North Eastern Region/Andaman & Nicobar Islands/Kashmir Valley 27.1.0 Special (Duty) Allowance to executives and non- executives 28.3.0 Double HRA Benefits 28.3.1 The executives and non-executives having All-India transfer liability and posted to NER or to Port-Blair and Agatti are eligible for the benefit of double HRA, subject to the condition that they are keeping their families in rented house or in their own house at the last station of posting. 28.3.2 Such employees will be entitled to draw HRA admissible to them at the previous station of posting as also the new place of posting subject to the following conditions: :- Hired private accommodation or owned house at the last station of posting is put to bonafide use of the members of his/her family. :- In case an employee before his transfer is in occupation of departmental accommodation, he is to apply for allotment of accommodation to one category below his entitlement. He is not entitled for any HRA in lieu thereof. 28.4.0 Additional HRA to employees posted to Kashmir Valley. 28.4.1 HRA as for Class “A” city is applicable to employees on posting to Kashmir Valley who opt to move their families to a selected place of their choice in India. Such employees will also be eligible for drawing the normal HRA at their place of posting provided Departmental arrangement is not made for his/her stay. C) BSES (Leave) Regulations “In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) read with clause (b) of subsection(2) and sub-section (4) of Section 42 of the BSESs BSES of India Act,1994 (No. 55 of 1994), the BSESs BSES of India with the previous approval of the Central Govt. hereby makes the following Regulations.” 4. RIGHT TO LEAVE (1) Leave cannot be claimed as a matter of right. (2) When the exigencies of service so require, level of any kind may be Refused or revoked by the BSES competent to grant it, but it shall not be open to that BSES to alter the kind of leave due and applied for by the employee except at the written request of the employee. 5 REGULATION OF CLAIM OF LEAVE An employee’s claim to leave is regulated by the regulations in force at the time the leave is applied for and granted. 6. RETROSPECTIVE COMMUTATION OF ONE KIND OF LEAVE INTO ANOTHER (1) At the request of the employee, competent BSES may, at its discretion, convert retrospectively leave of one kind taken earlier into leave of different kind which was due and admissible to him at the time the leave was granted if the employee’s request is received within 30 (thirty) days of his joining duty on the expiry of the relevant spell of leaved availed by him. (2) Any amount of leave salary paid in excess shall be recovered or any arrears shall be paid after adjustment. 7. MAXIMUM OF CONTINUOUS LEAVE Unless the Competent BSES, in view of the exceptional circumstances of the case otherwise determines, no employee shall be granted leave of any kind for a continuous period exceeding 5 (five) years. 8. ACCEPTANCE OF SERVICE OR EMPLOYMENT WHILE ON LEAVE An employee while on leave, shall not take up any service or employment elsewhere including the setting up of a private professional practice such as accountant, consultant or legal or medical practitioner without obtaining the previous sanction of the competent BSES. 9. COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF LEAVE / HOLIDAYS (1) Regular Leave (a) Except as otherwise provided in these regulations, any kind of leave under these regulations may be granted in combination with or in continuation of any other kind of leave except casual leave. (b) Prefixing or suffixing of holidays to leave shall be allowed except in cases where for administrative reasons; permission for prefixing or suffixing of holidays to leave is specially withheld. (c) Intervening Holidays including Sundays and Saturdays, wherever applicable falling within the spell of any kind of leave shall be counted as leave. (2) Casual Leave (a) Casual leave cannot be combined with any other kind of leave under these regulations except special casual leave and restricted holiday and compensatory leave. It should not be combined with both special casual leave and regular leave taken together. (b) An employee can be permitted to combine half a day’s casual leave with any other kind of leave if his absence on the next working day was due to sickness or other compelling grounds only if he has no further casual leave at his credit and he was allowed to avail half a day casual leave in the afternoon. (3) Restricted Holiday – Restricted Holiday can be prefixed or suffixed to any kind of leave or casual leave. (4) Compensatory Leave – A Compensatory leave granted in lieu of duty performed by an employee on Sunday or a holiday for a full day may be treated as holiday for the purpose of prefixing or suffixing of leave. (5) Holidays – Holidays can be pre-fixed or suffixed to any kind of leave and to be treated as duty for the purpose of drawal of pay and allowances. (6) Special Casual Leave – The Special Casual Leave can be combined with Sundays, restricted holidays and other holidays but not with any other kind of leave. 11. KINDS OF LEAVE DUE AND ADMISSIBILITY (1) Earned Leave (a) Calculation of Earned Leave (i) Advance credit in two installments The leave account of an employee shall be credited with 30 (thirty) days earned leave in a calendar year. This shall be credited in advance in two installments of 15 (fifteen) days each of the first day of January and the first day of July of every calendar year. (ii) Maximum accumulation The earned leave at the credit of an employee at the close of a half year shall be carried forward to next half year, subject to the condition that the earned leave so carried forward plus the credit for the half year shall not exceed 300 (three hundred) days. (b) At the initial appointment:- The credit for the half year in which an employee is appointed will be credited at the rate of 2 ½ (Two and half) days for each completed calendar month of service which he is likely to render in half year in which he is appointed. (c) Application for Earned Leave:- An application for earned leave or extension shall be made in the prescribed for (FORM NO. 1) (d) At the retirement or resignation:- The credit for the half year in which an employee is due to retire or resigns from the service shall be allowed Leave at the rate of 2 ½ (two and a half) days per completed calendar month up to the date of retirement or resignation. If in the case of an employee who resigns or retires from the service, the leave already availed of is more than the credit so due to him necessary adjustment shall be made in respect of leave salary overdrawn, if any. (e) On removal or dismissal or death:- The credit for the half-year in which an employee is removed or dismissed or died will be allowed at the rate of 2 ½ (two and a half) days per completed calendar month up to the end of the calendar month preceding the calendar month in which he/she is removed or dismissed or died. (f) Adjustment of Extraordinary leave:- If any employee has taken extraordinary leave in a half year, the credit allowed shall be reduced by 1/10th (one-tenth) of the extraordinary leave availed of during the previous half year subject to a maximum of 15 (fifteen) days. (2) Half Pay Leave (a) Calculation of Half Pay Leave (i) Advance credit in two installments:- The leave account of an employee shall be credited with 20 (twenty) days Half-Pay Leave in a calendar year. This shall be credited advance in two installments of 10 (ten) days each, on First day of January and First day of July of every calendar year. (b) Maintenance of Half-Pay Leave account:- The balance should be worked out at the end of each half-year by debiting- (i) HPL taken (ii) Twice the amount of Commuted Leave taken (iii) Leave-not-due taken (f) Application for Half Pay Leave:- An application for half-pay leave or extension shall be made in the prescribed form (3) Commuted Leave (a) Conditions for Grant of Commuted Leave : Commuted leave not exceeding half the amount of half pay leave due may be granted on production of medical certificate from an authorized medical officer subject to the following conditions: (i) At the request of the employee:- Commuted leave may be granted at the request of an employee even when earned leave is due to him; b) In the case of retirement / resignation:- When an employee who has been granted commuted leave, resigns from service at his own requestor permitted to retire voluntarily without returning to duty, the commuted leave shall be treated as half-pay-leave and the difference between the salary in respect commuted leave and half pay leave shall be recovered.Provided that no such recovery shall be made if the retirement is by reason of ill health incapacitating the employee for further service or in the event of death. (c) Without production of Medical Certificate:- (i) Half pay leave up to a maximum of 180 days may be allowed to be commuted during the entire service (without production of medical certificate) where such leave is utilized for an approved course of study certified to be in the public interest by the competent BSES. (4) Extra-Ordinary Leave (EOL): (a) Conditions for grant of Extra-Ordinary Leave :- Extra Ordinary Leave (EOL) may be granted to an employee in the following special circumstances, namely: (i) When no other leave is admissible. (ii) When other leave is admissible, but the employee applies in writing for he grant of extra ordinary leave. (b) Maximum Extra-Ordinary Leave admissible on any one occasion: (i) Unless the competent BSES, in view of exceptional or extreme compassionate circumstances otherwise determines, no employee shall be granted Extra-Ordinary Leave on any one occasion in excess of 12 (twelve) months but not in excess of three months without medical certificate and 6 (six) months with medical certification in respect of temporary employees. Provided that the limit aforesaid may be raised to 18 (eighteen) months on production of a medical certificate in case, where the employee is undergoing treatment for cancer or for mental illness in an institution recognized by the BSES or is undergoing treatment in a sanatorium, institution or under a specialist, recognized by the BSES, for pulmonary tuberculosis or pleurisy of tubercular origin, or tuberculosis of any part of the body or leprosy. (ii) For 24 (twenty four) months, where the leave is required for the purpose of prosecuting studies certified to be in the public interest provided the employee concerned has completed 3 (three) years continuous service on the date of expiry of leave of the kind due and admissible including 3 (three) months extraordinary leave under clause (a). Where the employee is granted EOL in relaxation of provision contained in clause (b) shall be required to execute a Bond in the prescribed form undertaking to refund to BSES the actual amount of expenditure incurred by the BSES during such leave plus that incurred by any other agency with interest thereon in the event of his not returning to duty on the expiry of such leave or quitting the service before a period of 3 (three) years after return to duty. The bond shall be supported by sureties from two permanent employees having a status comparable to or higher than that of the employee concerned. (iii) Employees belonging to Scheduled Cast or Scheduled Tribe may, for the purpose of attending the Pre-Examination Training course at the Centres notified by the Government from time to time, be granted extraordinary leave by the competent BSES in relaxation of sub-clause (ii). (6) Maternity Leave (a) For Pregnancy: A female employee with less than two surviving children may be granted Maternity Leave to 135 (One hundred thirty five) days twice in service period including for Medical Termination of Pregnancy or Abortion. In order to avail this leave, the employee should complete one-year regular service in BSESs BSES of India. The leave will be granted on submission or production of Medical Certificate from Authorized Medical Officer or Hospital or Nursing Home. (b) Threatened abortion: Maternity leave is not admissible for threatened abortion. (c) Leave not to be debited: Maternity leave shall not be debited to the leave account. A female employee may be granted leave of the kind due and admissible (including leave not due and commuted leave not exceeding 60 days) without production of medical certificate for a period up to one year or till such time the child is one year old, whichever is earlier. However this facility will not be admissible in case she is already having two surviving children. (d) For child adoption:- Maternity leave is not admissible. (e) Combination with other kind of leave: (i) Maternity Leave may be combined with leave of any other kind. (ii) Leave of the kind due and admissible including commuted leave for a period not exceeding 60 (sixty) days if applied for may be granted in continuation of maternity leave (except on account of leave for miscarriage or abortion). (10) Encashment of Leave Application for encashment of Leave shall be submitted by the employees. The payment made under encashment of Leave shall not be counted as pay for any purpose including contribution towards provident fund. (1) The cash equivalent under this clause will be as follows: Basic + DA Cash Equivalent = --------------- x No. of EL to be encased. (2) Encashment of unutilized Half-Pay Leave : In the following circumstances, an employee will be entitled for encashment of unutilized half pay leave due and admissible at credit on the last day of his service, subject to a maximum of 240 (two hundred and forty) days of half pay leave. (a) Leaving the service of BSES on attaining the age of superannuation. (b) Death while in service. (c) Cessation of service including resignation other than on grounds of disciplinary action, on attaining age of 50 (fifty) yrs. provided the employee has put in a minimum of 20 (twenty) years of service in Govt./PSE including a minimum service of 1 (one) year in BSES. (d) Calculation of Encashment of Half Pay Leave Half of Basic Pay + DA Cash Equivalent = ------------------------------ x No. of HPL to be encased (Max 240) 12. CARRY FORWARD OF LEAVE When an employee moves from one Public Sector Enterprise to another public sector enterprise with the consent of both the employers, the employee shall be granted the facility to carry forward his earned leave and half pay leave. 13. SPECIAL CASUAL LEAVE Special Casual leave may be granted to the employees in following circumstances: (1) Union activities:- (a) Special Casual Leave of maximum 20 days in a calendar year may be granted to the members of Central Executive Committee of the Recognized Union. The above said leave may be allowed only on the recommendation of the General Secretary of the Recognized Union. (3) Sports Events (i) Special casual leave shall be granted up to a maximum of 30 days in a calendar year for: (a) Participating in sports events of national / international importance; Coaching / administration of teams participating in sporting events of national / international importance; (b) Attending coaching and training camps under Rajkumari Amrit Kaur Coaching Scheme or similar all India coaching or training scheme; (ii) Participating in mountaineering trekking expeditions approved by the Indian mountaineering Foundation or organized by Youth Hostels Association of India. (iii) Special Casual Leave shall also be granted to employees for a period not exceeding 10 days in any calendar year for participating in inter Region tournament and sporting events held in any place in India. FORM NO. I BSESS BSES OF INDIA APPLICATION FOR LEAVE OR FOR EXTENSION OF LEAVE (For Earned Leave, Half-Pay Leave, Commuted Leave, Leave Not due, Extra-Ordinary Leave, Maternity Leave) 1. Name : _____________________________________________ 2.Designation: ___________________________________________ 3.Employee No. : _________________________________________ 4.Department/Section: _____________________________________ 5.Type of Leave : _________________________________________ 6. Period of Leave ________________________________________ 7. Saturdays, Sundays & :Holiday, if any, proposed to be prefixed/suffixed (with dates)________________________ 8. Permission to leave the station : Yes/NO 9. Reason for leave: ______________________________________ 10.Completeaddress:______________________________________ During leave period _______________________________________ Date: __________ _____________________ (Signature of Applicant) Leave Recommended/ Leave approved/ Not Recommended Not approved (If not recommended (If not approved. State reason in brief) state reason in brief) Signature_____________________ Signature_____________________ (Section Head) (Section Head) Name:______________ Name: ________ Date :_______________ Date : __________ FORM NO. II BSESS BSES OF INDIA (For Earned Leave, Half-Pay Leave, Commuted Leave, Leave Not due, Extra-Ordinary Leave, Maternity Leave) Sub: Joining Report I hereby report for duty today after availing ___________________ day of ___________________ (type of leave) from________________ to ______________. Medical Certificate and Fitness Certificate are also enclosed. 1. Name : _____________________________________________ 2. Designation : _________________________________ 3. Department/Section : __________________________ 4. Employee No. : ___________________________________ 5. No. of Encls. : _________________________________ Date : __________ _______________________ (Signature of Applicant) Forwarded to Personnel Department Name of Officer _____________________ Date : ________________ Designation _____________________ Department _____________________ FORM NO. III BSESS BSES OF INDIA [Refer Regulations 11(7) (b)] Sub: Report of Injury sustained by an employee due to accident. (To be filled up immediately after the accident by the Officer Incharge) Name _____________________________ Designation ____________________________ Employee No. ____ ____________________ ________________ Department/Section Section________________________ ________________________ Date & Time of Accident : :______________________ ______________________ _____________________________________________________ _______________________________ Detail of Accident (including the place of accident) __________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _________ ______________________ _ _______________________________ __________________________________ ___ _______________________________________________________ ______ _______________________________________________________ ________________ __________ ______________ ____ Cause of Accident ____________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ ___________________ ______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________________________________ ______________ _______________________________________________________ ____________________ ______ ____________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ ____________________ _______________________________ Action taken by the Department including preventive action : _________________________________________ Signature ___________________________ Name of Officer Signature of Head of Deptt. Reporting ______________________________ Department __________________________ Date : ___________Date : _________________________________ D) PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL With a view to assess the performance of Employees of BSES, Performance Appraisal Report forms have been evolved and they are obtained every year. The Performance Appraisal System not only helps in career growth of employees but also in taking care of their training needs, skill development and over all development of personality. For various levels of officers five types of Performance Appraisal Reports have been evolved as under: 1. Form (PA)-4 - Executive Director/Equivalent (Below the Board Members) 2. Form (PA)-3 - Officers of the level of Sr. Manager to General Manager 3. Form (PA)-2 - Officers of the level of Sr. Superintendent to Manager 4. Form (PA)-1 - Employees of the level of Jr. ASSISTANT to Sr. ASSISTANT 5. Form (PA)-1 - Group ‘D’ Guidelines 1. Adverse remarks in the PAR: There may be some instances where it has become necessary to comment adversely on the officer reported upon. While the Reporting Officer should ensure that the officer has been given necessary advice, guidance and assistance to correct his faults and deficiencies and that adverse entries should refer only to defects which have persisted despite the Reporting/Reviewing Officer’s efforts. Relevant copies of written warning/reprimand/displeasure issued to the officer by way of counseling (where in the opinion of the Reporting Officer, the officer reported upon has not improved despite counseling) should invariably be attached to the PAR. PARs which are graded “FAIR” or “INADEQUATE” and not supported by documents should be returned to the originator for clarification and necessary action. 2. Grading “OUTSTANDING”: One should not be graded “OUTSTANDING” unless exceptional qualities and performance has been noticed in him/her. Grounds for giving such a grading, should be clearly brought out in the PAR. 3. Remarks by the Reviewing Officer: The Reviewing Officer while completing his portion on the PAR form should be specific in his remarks, as to whether he fully agrees with the reporting officer and where he does not agree with some or all the remarks of the reporting officer, he should substantiate his remarks with reasons and record His own assessment of the officer reported upon. E) BSES TRANSFER POLICY 2. Definitions (i) Normal Transfer Season: For both inter regions and intra regions, Normal Transfer Season would be April-May, each year. (ii) Inter Regional Transfer: Transfers from one region to another region. (iii) Intra Regional Transfer: Transfers from one station to another station within the region. (iv) Home-Town: The permanent home town as accepted by the BSES and entered in service book of the employee. (v) Length of stay at the station/in the region: Transfer will be in accordance with the seniority in stay at the region/station as applicable. Length of stay means period continuously spent at the station in the region under BSES in a post which has the liability of service anywhere in India. To illustrate, person A may be in Delhi (Northern) Region for the last six years – four years as Sr. Superintendent (ATC) and two years as ENGG. Manager (ATC), his length of stay in Delhi (Northern) Region is six years. Similarly shall be the case in respect of his stay at the same station. However, in the case of Group D posts, length of stay shall be computed only from the Date of promotion to Group C posts. 5. Transfer on promotion As a general policy non-executive on promotion to the level of executive and Senior Manager on promotion as DGM shall be transferred. Cases where retention of such promoted executives are required, such retention shall be on the specific recommendation of the Member concerned and with the approval of the Chairman. [This clause shall not apply to personal staff namely Stenographers and Private Secretary]. Such transfers shall be effected as per normal transfer policy. 6. Transfer to Home Town (i) Persons who are within 5 years of reaching the age of superannuation shall be posted as far as possible in or nearer to their home town, provided a request is received from the concerned official for posting to home town/opted station. The cut off date for determining 5 year period will be taken as 31st March. (ii) In the event of transfer consequent to promotion, the above provision shall not apply. (iii) When a person is due to retire within 5 years and could not be accommodated nearer to the home town, he may be exempted from transfer during the last 5 years of service before retirement. 7. Transfer to Tenure Stations (i) The following procedure shall be adopted while making postings to tenure stations. Category I : Who have not served any tenure station: Step – 1 Draw up a list of officials in the cadre who have not done a turn of posting in any unpopular/tenure station. Step – 2 Arrange them in order of their length of continuous stay at non tenure stations irrespective of the regions. Step – 3 Transfers to tenure station should be made from the list so prepared in the order they are arranged. After effecting transfers as mentioned above, if there are more transfers to be made to tenure stations, the following procedure shall be adopted : Category II : Who have already done one tenure station term: Step – 1 Draw up a list of officials in the respective cadres who have done one or more than one turn at tenure stations. Step – 2 Arrange them in order of their dates of relief from the tenure station of last posting. Step – 3 Postings to tenure station will be made from out of the Category II list in the order arranged after exhausting category I list. (ii) Normally no choice will be given in regard to posting to tenure stations. To the extent of available vacancies, the request of an individual will be kept in regard to posting to tenure station. [This is covered vide para 4 (iii) Officials posted at tenure stations may at their option choose to remainlonger than the stipulated stay. In that case the additional stay of the officials will be counted as stay at non-tenure station. Although his transfer from tenure station will be governed by the rules for transfer from tenure stations; but while preparing the priority list for posting to tenure station next time, the additional stay will be counted as a stay at non-tenure station. (iv) In the event of two or more officials volunteering transfer to the same tenure station, consideration shall be given to the fact whether any of the volunteers had already been to that tenure station earlier. Preference shall be given to those who had not done a turn at the station to which option is made or who had the least stay at that station. (v) In the event of an official not reporting for duty within 30/60 days at tenure station of one year/two year duration from the date of relief by RED/Station Incharge concerned, he will have to serve for one more Academic year at the tenure station in addition to the stipulated period of stay. The same provision shall apply if a person avails more than 60 days leave other than casual leave of any kind at tenure station. However, official who does not avail full joining time after strike off from the original date indicated in the original transfer order and report at the tenure station early, he may be allowed to exceed the leave period to the extent of unavailed joining time. F) INCENTIVE SCHEME FOR ACQUIRING PROFESSIONAL /ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS 1. Objective To encourage employee to improve their knowledge and professional competence by pursuing advanced studies relevant to their functions in the Organisation, employees shall be given increment(s) when they acquiring additional qualifications relevant to their area of responsibility during their services in the Organisation at their own cost and time. 2. Eligibility (i) This Scheme shall cover all employees of the Organisation below the Board level except where specifically excluded. (ii) Qualification should be pursued and acquiring during service in BSES. (iii) The discipline of his/her course of study should obviously relate to his/her area of functioning. However, employees who are in the common channel for consideration to the higher post are eligible for increment(s) if the qualification acquired is relevant to the functions covered by the higher post, but not an essential requirement of eligibility. (v) Diploma courses and courses below two years duration but not less than one academic year would be eligible for one increment. (vi) Only the course of two years or more of study leading to a degree shall be sanctioned two increments except LL.B. LL.B course shall carry only one increment. (vii) Group ‘D’ employees shall also be entitled to Rs.200/- as additional cash incentive Any Graduate degree in any discipline will entitle any Group ‘D’ employee for two increments. G) EMPLOYEES MEDICAL ATTENDANCE & TREATMENT : 1) System of medicines The employees and their family members may get treatment under any of the under mentioned systems of medicines:- (i) Allopathy system of medicine; (ii) Homeopathy system of medicine; (iii) Ayurvedic system of medicine; and (iv) Unani system of medicine. 2. Medicines When medicines are prescribed by the Medical Attendant or Medical Practitioner or Authorized Medical Officer, the same will be reimbursed only if the medicines are admissible under the Government list of admissible medicines. 3. Procedure for medical treatment (1) Medical treatment shall normally be taken by the employee or a member of his or her family at the nearest empanelled Nursing Homes or Hospitals as per the limits or entitlements and other conditions as specified by the BSES from time to time. (2) An employee may avail the credit facility extended to the selected empanelled Nursing Homes or Hospitals for getting treatment of self and his or her family members. (3) An employee may avail the consultation of the doctor or specialists Sitting in the Private Out Patient Department of the Institutional Hospitals of the empanelled hospital for getting treatment of self and His or her family members. H) LEAVE TRAVEL CONCESSION BSES (LTC) Regulations, 2003 In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-section (2) and subsection (4) of Section 42 of the BSESs BSES of India Act, 1994 (No. 55 of 1994) and in supersession of the International BSESs BSES of India (Leave Travel Concession) Regulations, 1982, except as respect things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the BSESs BSES of India, with the approval of the Central Government, hereby makes following regulations. 6. Types of Leave Travel Concession (1) The leave travel concession to home town shall be admissible irrespective of the distance between the headquarters of the employee and his home town, once in a block of two calendar years, i.e. 2002-03, 2004-05 commencing from the year 2002- 2003. (2) The leave travel concession to any place in India shall be admissible irrespective of the distance of the place of visit from the headquarters of the employee, once in a block of four calendar years i.e. 2002-05, 2006-09; 7. Counting of Leave Travel Concession against Particular Blocks An employee and members of his family availing of leave travel concession may travel in different groups at different times during a block of two or four years, as the case may be and the leave travel concession so availed of shall be counted against the block of two years or four years within which the outward journey commenced, even if the return journey was performed after the expiry of the block of two years or four years. 9. Place to be visited by an Employee and members of his family under leave travel concession to any place in India An employee and each member of his family may visit different places of their choice during a block of four years. It shall not be necessary for members of family of an employee to visit the same place as that visited by the employee himself at any time earlier during the same block. I) HOUSE BUILDING ADVANCE In exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-section (1), read with clause (c) of Sub-section (2) of Section 42 of the BSESs BSES of India Act, 1994 (55 of 1994), the BSESs BSES of India, with the approval of the Central Government thereby makes following regulations. 3. Admissibility for the House Building Advance Subject to the provisions hereinafter provided, House Building Advance may be granted individually to any of the eligible employees of the BSES at any place in India for the purpose of :- (a) acquisition of land or plots and construction of dwelling house thereon; or (b) construction of dwelling houses on land or plots already owned or leased; or (c) purchase of ready built houses or flats on ownership basis from Delhi Development BSES or other Government Agency or Agency authorized by the BSES in this behalf; (d) purchase of ready built houses or flats through Registered Group Housing Societies; (e) enlarging a house already owned by an employee society in his own name; OTHER ADVANCES Employees of BSES are eligible for various types of recoverable advances as under: 1. Interest free advances (a) Festival Advance (b) Advance to tide over an emergency or hardship 2. Interest bearing Towards Conveyance (a) Moped (b) Scooter/Motor Cycle (c) Car Others (d) Personal Computer J) PRODUCTIVITY LINKED INCENTIVE With a view to offer appropriate incentive to the employees of BSESs BSES of India and enable them to give their best for enhancing efficiency and quality of services offered by the BSES, Productivity Linked Incentive Scheme was introduced. 1.0 Salient features 1.1 Coverage: The Scheme shall cover all Employees (Executives & Non- Executives). Apprentices, Consultants/Advisors and the employees engaged on contract basis, contract labour (other than those covered under the Supreme Court judgment) will not come within the purview of the scheme. The Chief Executive and other full time Members of BSES are also eligible as per the instructions contained in Department of Public Enterprises Office Memorandum dated 19.7.1995 on the subject. 1.2 Effective date of implementation: This scheme is effective from 1.4.1996 and is extended from time to time. K) UNIFORM With a view to promote belongingness, team spirit and discipline, BSESs BSES of India employees are issued with common uniforms. The details of pattern, eligibility, etc. are as under:- 1. Pattern Male employees i) Polycotton Shirting cloth in Grey Shade ii) Poly viscose Pant cloth in Navy Blue Shade iii) Polywool Suit cloth in Bluish Grey Shade iv) Polywool Overcoat in Navy Blue Shade in all Winter Stations and to few selected categories in designates Summer/Winter Stations to be notified. L) BSES (RETIRED EMPLOYEES) MEDICAL BENEFIT SCHEME 1.0 ELIGIBILITY 1.1 Under the BSES (Retired Employees) Medical Benefit Scheme, the following are covered: (a) Executives and Non-Executives who retired on attaining the superannuation age or those who Prematurely/Voluntarily retire after rendering a minimum of 10 years continuous service in BSES/other Public Sector Undertaking, Central/State Government organisations; (b) Executives/Non-Executives who have become permanently disabled while in service of the BSES and retired prematurely on medical grounds; (c) Board level appointees who have completed a minimum of one year of service as a Board Member/Chairman or has attained a minimum age of 55 years and do not opt for the medical facility in any other organisation, on leaving BSES. 2.0 CONTRIBUTION AND REGISTRATION 2.1 The Scheme is purely ‘Voluntary’ in nature and eligible employees who pay the required lump-sum contribution as under are eligible for the benefits: Grade of Appointment Lump-sum contribution on the date of Retirement Group ‘D’ Rs.1000/- Group ‘C’ Rs.1350/- Group ‘B’ and above Rs.1750/- DGM and above Rs.2000/- EDs and above Rs.2500/- M) GROUP SAVINGS LINKED INSURANCE SCHEME The employees of BSES (NAD) are covered under Group Savings Linked Insurance Scheme administered by the Life Insurance Corporation of India. 1.0 Salient features 1.1 Eligibility The scheme is compulsory to all regular employees of BSESs BSES of India (NAD) who are aged not less than 18 years and not more than 60 years. No Member shall withdraw from the Scheme while he is still an eligible employee satisfying the conditions of eligibility. New employees are admitted to the savings scheme, only from the annual renewal date i.e. 1st January and however, insurance cover is provided to them from the date of induction. 1.2 Monthly contribution The employees should make monthly contribution through salary as per following rates: Group Contribution A Rs.120 B Rs.75 C Rs.50 D Rs.25 The functioning of the GSLI Scheme has been decentralized w.e.f. 1.7.1992 and the payment in respect of the employees will be made by the respective Regions/RC & DU and CHQ. 1.3 Utilization of Contribution The contribution made by employees is utilized towards Insurance coverage and savings as under: Group Amount adjusted against Insurance (Rs.) Amount adjusted Against savings (Rs.) A 42 78.00 B 26.25 48.75 C 17.50 32.50 D 8.75 16.25 1.4 Benefits In the unfortunate event of death of an employee, the benefit payable under this scheme will be as under: Group A Rs.1,20,000 Group B Rs.75,000 Group C Rs.50,000 Group D Rs.25,000 In addition the accumulated savings amount with interest standing to the credit of the deceased will also be paid to the person nominated by the employee. On cessation of service and on retirement, the entire accumulated amount with interest standing to the credit of the employee in his savings account with interest will be refunded through LIC. N) BSES EMPLOYEES (CONDUCT, DISCIPLINE AND APPEAL) REGULATIONS 1. General (1) Every employee shall at all times (a) Maintain absolute integrity; (b) Maintain devotion to duty; (c) Conform to/abide by these and other rules of the BSES and Shall observe, comply with the obeyance of lawful orders and Directions which may from time to time, be given to him/her in The course of his official duties by an person or persons under Whose jurisdiction, superintendence or control he/she is placed And (d) Do noting which is unbecoming of him/her as an employee of the BSES. (2) Every employee holding a supervisory post shall take all possible steps to ensure the integrity and devotion to duty of all employees for the time being under his control and supervision. (3) Every employee shall, at all times, conduct himself soberly and temperately while on official premises and also in public show proper respect and civility to all concerned and shall use his utmost endeavour to promote the interest of the BSES and to maintain and promote the good reputation thereof. (4) No employee shall, in the performance of his official duties or in the exercise of powers, conferred on him, act otherwise than his best judgment except when he is acting under the direction of his official superior and shall, where he is acting under such direction, obtain the direction in writing, whenever applicable and where it is not applicable to obtain the directions in writing, he shall obtain in writing confirmation of the direction as soon as thereafter as possible. 5. Misconduct Without prejudice to the generality of the term “misconduct”, the following acts of omission and commission shall be treated as misconduct for the purposes of these regulations, namely:- (i) Theft, fraud or dishonesty in connection with the business or property of the BSES or property of another person within the premises; (ii) Taking or giving bribes or any illegal gratification or any remuneration to which he is legally not entitled; (iii) Possession of pecuniary resources or property disproportionate to the known sources of income by the employee or on his behalf by another person, which the employee cannot satisfactorily account for; (iv) Furnishing false information regarding name, date of birth, age, father’s name, ability, qualification, or any other matter in relation to the employment at the time of appointment or during the course of employment; (v) Acting in any manner prejudicial to the interests of the BSES; (vi) Willful insubordination or disobedience of any lawful and reasonable order of his superior; (vii) Absence without leave or over-staying the sanctioned leave for more than four consecutive days, without sufficient grounds or satisfactory explanation; (viii) Habitual late coming or irregular attendance; (ix) Neglect of work or negligence in the performance of duty including malingering or slowing down of work; (x) Causing damage to any property of the BSES; (xi) Interference or tempering with any safety device installed in or about the premises of the BSES; (xii) Drunkenness or riotous or disorderly or indecent behaviour in the premises of the BSES or outside such premises where such behaviour is related to or connected with employment; (xiii) Gambling within the premises of the BSES; (xiv) Smoking within the premises of the BSES where it is prohibited; (xv) Collection, without the permission of the competent BSES, of any money within the premises of the BSES except that sanctioned by any law or rules of the BSES for the time being in force; (xvi) Sleeping while on duty; Explanation – For the purpose of these regulations, “Sexual Harassment” includes such unwelcome sexually determined Behaviors whether directly or otherwise, as: a) Physical contact and advances; b) Demand or request for sexual favors; c) Sexually colored remarks; d) Showing any pornography; or e) Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or nonverbal conduct of a sexual nature. 6. Gifts (1) Save as otherwise provided in these regulations, no employee shall accept or permit any member of his family or any other person acting on his behalf to accept any gift. 7. Dowry – No employee shall (1) Give or take or abet the giving or taking of dowry; or (2) Demand directly or indirectly from the parent or guardian of a bride or bridegroom, as the case may be, any dowry. O) ALLOTMENT OF RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION REGULATIONS IN A A I 1. Short title and application (i) These Regulations may be called the National BSESs BSES (Allotment of Residential Accommodation) Regulations, 1987. (ii) These Regulations shall apply to the allotment of residential quarters belonging to the BSES and such other quarters as are placed at the disposal of the BSES for allotment to officers and Members of the staff of the National BSESs BSES. 5. Entitlement of Accommodation Save as otherwise provided in these rules, an officer shall be eligible for allotment of a residence of the type shown in the table below:- Basic Pay (Rs) Type of Accommodation 4400-5499 TYPE I 5500-7499 TYPE II 7500-14499 TYPE III 14500-17499 TYPE IV 17500-23749 TYPE V 23750 & ABOVE TYPE VI CONCLUSION In BRPL area, considering upcoming Commonwealth Games 2010, DDA Master Plan 2021,Construction of Malls etc annual load growth is expected to be 1.5% more than above analysis. (i.e.7 %). But with the extensive drive of AT & C loss reduction, Energy Conservation, Demand Side Management etc., the growth rate will have a downward pressure, forcing the demand to go down by about 1.0 to 1.5 %.Summarizing, an annual growth rate of 6.3% for planning, the Sub-Transmission and DistributionNetwork would be a good & reasonable estimate.
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