THE DIST.SCHEDULED CASTES SERVICE CO-OP., SOCIETY LTD.,
Sri G. Sunder Rao, M.Tech., The Public Information Officer &
Executive Director (FAC) District Revenue Officer,
Rc.No.RTA/1194/10, Dated:- 20-10-2010.
Sub: DIST.SCSCS Ltd.,Warangal – R.T.I.Act, 2005 – Visit of Chief
Information Commissioner and Information Commissioners to
District-Review of Implementation of the RTI Act – Sending of
information – Reg.
Ref: Lr.No.C2/5092/2010, dated:05-10-2010 of Public Information
Officer & Dist.Revenue Officer, Warangal.
I invite your attention to the reference cited. I am here with sending the
information (i.e., Implementation of Section 4(1)(b), Implementation of Section
5(1)(2), Progress Report for the year 2009 and from 01-01-2010 to 30-09-2010)
for the Visit of Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioners
to District-Review of Implementation of the RTI Act.
Right to information Act 2005
1. Organisation Name : District Scheduled Castes Service
Co-operative Society Ltd.,
2. Contact details : Collector / President,
a) Address : Pragathi Bhavan,
Hanamkonda – 50601
b) Telephone Nos. : 2511650, 2510897
Section 4(1) (b) (i) Particulars of Organization functions and duties
The Society has been established with the following main objectives.
I. To provide financial assistance for creation of income generating assets.
II. To officer training programs for skill up-gradation leading to Self / Wage
III. To empower women self- help groups for taking up economic support activity.
IV. To plug critical gaps of finance in economic support schemes.
Dissemination of Information:
The total population of the District is 3246004 with SC population of
551385, having 16.99 percent as per the 2001 censes. Out of 551385, the
District Scheduled Casts Service Co-op. Society Ltd., Warangal has covered
(147131) families so far under various schemes spending as amount of
Rs.14162.00 Lakhs from 1974-75 onwards for their upliftment. The important
schemes taken up by the Society are Land Purchase, Bore Wells, Electric
Motors, Pipe Lines, Land Development, Bank linked(SES), Rehabilitation of
Scavengers, Safai Karmacharies, and Training Programmes in various trades
S.C.ACTION PLAN 2010-11:
During 2010-11 the Physical Target is 6,430 with a Financial Outlay of
Rs.1940.00 Lakhs, covering 11,427 S.C. beneficiaries. Out of the above, the
society has achieved 2794 units with an outlay of Rs.837.00 Lakhs, covering
4785 S.C. beneficiaries from April, 2010 to 15 th October, 2010. Under this plan
Major thrust has been given to Land based schemes and Self Employment
1. LAND PURCHASE SCHEME: This is intended for upliftment of the poor
landless agricultural women labourers belonging to S.C. community. It not only
provides an asset, but gives sustainable income and also status in the society.
2. MINOR IRRIGATION:
a) Bore Wells: Bore wells are being taken up in the lands of small and
marginal SC farmers. Minimum land required under this scheme is 5-00 Acres
with (3) or more beneficiaries. The electrical feasibility or sanction certificate is
b) Electric Motors: A large number of MI schemes like Jeevandhara &
JRY wells were taken in the past for the benefit of SCs. It is decided by the
Society to provide Electric Motors to the above beneficiaries so as to enable
them to utilize the irrigation schemes irrigating the lands.
c) Submersible Pump Sets: The concept of this programme is to
arrange Submersible Pump sets to the Bore Wells drilled by the beneficiaries
only, where the poor SCs are unable to arrange pumpsets by themselves in view
of poverty having minimum (3) beneficiaries and 5-00 Acres extent of land.
3. SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME:
Bank Linked: The SC candidates shall be encouraged to establish industry,
service and business sector schemes under the bank linked programme (50%
Subsidy or Rs.30,000/- Max which ever less)
4. TRAINING PROGRAMMES: To improve the skills of educated un-employed
youth to take up self employment training programme has been initiated in
4(1)(b)(ii) – the powers and duties of its Officers and employees:
Chairman & Chief Executive of the District Society
2. Executive Director
Executive Head of the District SC Society and overall incharge of all activities of
3. Executive Officer ( Administration & Finance )
Overall incharge of maintenance of the office, furniture & fixtures, tools &
plants, machinery, movable & immovable properties ( Vehicles, Xerox machines,
Computer and etc., ) of the District Society, establishment, administration, legal
matters, Maintenance of funds, Release of funds and Maintenance of Accounts,
and all other matters related to Administration and Finance.
4. Executive Officer ( Development & Planning )
Overall incharge of SC Action Plan, Planning, Budget, Mobilization
of funds, Meetings, Progress Reports, formulation of projects, implementation of
all schemes and Development. He is incharge of CMP Cases, CMO References,
all LAQs. Inspections, Audit and DCB, Recovery. Any other matters related to
Development and Planning.
5. Assistant Accounts Officer ( Administration & Finance)
Sectional Supervision of maintenance of the office, furniture & fixtures,
tools & plants machinery movable & immovable properties ( Vehicles, Xerox
machines, Computer and etc., ) of the District Society, establishment,
administration, legal matters, Maintenance of funds, Release of funds and
Maintenance of Accounts, and all other matters related to Administration and
6. Asst. Executive Officer ( Development & Planning )
Sectional Supervision of SC Action Plan, Planning, Budget, Mobilization of
funds, Meetings, Progress Reports, formulation of projects, implementation of all
schemes and Development. He is incharge of CMP Cases, CMO References, all
LAQs. Inspections, Audit and DCB, Recovery. Any other matters related to
Development and Planning.
4(1)(b)(iii) – the procedure followed in the decision making process
including channels of supervision and accountability:
The procedure prescribed in the District Office Manual is being followed.
The currents are received in Tappal Section. On receipt of the same the tappal
clerk gives Tappal Number and keep all tappal papers in a separate tappal book
and send it is the officers concerned. On perusal of tappal by the concerned
officers, send back to the concerned sections. The concerned Senior Assistant /
Junior Assistant make an entry in the personal register and put up the same in
the shape of a file with relevant extracts of Act and Rules and submit the file to
the Executive Officer / Sectoral Officer. The Officer scrutinizes the file and
transmit the same for necessary action to the Executive Director /
Collector/President through the concerned as the case may be.
4(1)(b)(iv) – the norms set by it for the discharge of its functions:
The norms set by District Office Manual are being followed for the
discharging of functions.
4(1)(b)(v) – the rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held
by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its
While discharging the functions, the department follows the rules and
orders of Government issued from time to time on the subject, which are
enunciated under the following books.
1. Fundamental Rules
2. A.P. State & Subordinate Service Rules
3. A.P. Ministerial Service Rules
4. A.P.General Subordinate Service Rules
5. A.P.Civil Services (CCA) Rules.
4(1)(b)(vi) – a statement of the categories of documents that are held by it
or under its control:
1. Government Orders 2. Memorandum
3. Circular Memos 4. Appointment Orders etc.
4(1)(b)(vii) – the particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation
with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the
formulation of its policy or implementation there of:
4(1)(b)(viii) – a statement of the boards, councils, committees and other
bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the
purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards
councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the
minutes of such meetings are accessible for public:
The following committees appointed by the Registrar of Cooperative
The District Collector & Magistrate, Warangal .. President
Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad, Warangal .. Member
Project Director, DRDA, Warangal .. Member
General Manager, DIC, Warangal .. Member
Joint Director, Agriculture, Warangal .. Member
District Coop.Officer, Warangal .. Member
Deputy Director, Social Welfare, Warangal .. Member
District Women & Child Welfare Officer, Warangal .. Member
Executive Director, DSCSCS Ltd., Warangal .. Member/Convenor
4(1)(b)(ix) -- a directory of its officers and employees
EPABX Nos. 2511650 / 2510897 (Fax)
Name of the
Officer/Employee Designation Mobile No.
1 G.Sundar Rao Executive Director 9849905987
2 G.Venkataiah Executive Officer (A&F) 9849905988
3 D.Kumaraswamy Executive Officer (D&P) 9908901717
4 B.Rajendar Asst.Executive Officer (A&F) 9676953621
5 Y.Prabhakar Asst.Executive Officer (D&P) 9963958885
6 S.Janardhan Sr.Asst., 9885412552
7 N.Madhusudan Sr.Asst., 0870-2575537
8 T.Vijay Kumar Sr.Asst., 9866546360
9 K.Umamaheswar Sr.Asst., 9989842563
10 J.Jaya Raju Jr.Asst., 9908842940
11 D.Srinivas Driver 9866218321
12 G.Sammaiah Driver 8099507460
13 M.Shanker Driver 9441603527
14 D.Sarangapani Office Subordinate 9393210275
15 S.Cheralu Night Watchman 9908310614
4(1)(b)(x) -- Monthly remuneration received by officers and employees,
including the system of compensation as provided regulations
11.1 Provide information on remuneration and compensation structure for
officers and employees in the following format.
OFFICERS & EMPLOYEES:
Name of the
Officer/Employee Designation Gross Salary
1 G.Sundar Rao Executive Director (FAC) --
2 G.Venkataiah Executive Officer (A&F) On deputation
3 D.Kumaraswamy Executive Officer (D&P) 31,604/-
4 B.Rajendar Asst.Executive Officer (A&F) 26,217/-
5 Y.Prabhakar Asst.Executive Officer (D&P) 23,146/-
6 S.Janardhan Sr.Asst., 27,840/-
7 N.Madhusudan Sr.Asst., 20,727/-
8 T.Vijay Kumar Sr.Asst., 29,159/-
9 K.Umamaheswar Sr.Asst., 25,532/-
10 J.Jaya Raju Jr.Asst., 21,219/-
11 D.Srinivas Driver 34,432/-
12 G.Sammaiah Driver 23,322/-
13 M.Shanker Driver 23,347/-
14 D.Sarangapani Office Subordinate 20,707/-
15 S.Cheralu Night Watchman 19,822/-
4(1) (b) (xi) – the budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the
particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on
The Managing Director, A.P. Scheduled Castes Co-op: Finance
Corporation Ltd., Hyderabad has allocates budget to the District Society under
SC Action Plan for implementation of Schemes.
4(1) (b) (xii) – the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including
the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes.
1. Land Purchase Scheme (Bank Linked)
2. M.I. & Land Based Scheme
3. Self Employment Schemes (Bank- Linked)
4. Training Programmes
5. Awareness Programme
4(1)(b)(xiii) – particulars of recipients of concessions permits or
authorizations granted by it.
4(1)(b)(xv) – the particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if
maintained for public use.
Monday is being observed as Grievance day. Visitors can meet on every
Monday from 10-30 am onwards and between 3 pm to 5 pm on all working days
to meet the Executive Director / Information Officer.
4(1)(b)(xvi) – the names, designations and other particulars of the Public
1. Sri G.Sundar Rao, Executive Director -- Appellate Authority
2. Sri G.Venkataiah, Executive Officer(A&F) -- Public Information Officer
3. Sri Y.Prabhakar, Asst.Executive Officer -- Asst. Public Information Officer
Appellate Authority /
A.P.I.O. P.I.O. Executive Director