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आरटीआई, 2005 की धारा 4(I)(ख) के अंतर्गत सूचना

1. Organisation and Function

S. No.


Details of disclosure

Proposed Information


Particulars of its organisation, functions and duties

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

(i) Name and address of the Organization

Department of Public Enterprises,

Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises

Public Enterprises Bhawan, Block No.14, CGO Complex, Lodi
Road, New Delhi – 110003

(ii) Head of the organization


(iii) Vision, Mission and Key objectives


Effective, Profitable and Globally Competitive Central
Public Sector Enterprises.


To continuously improve management and performance of CPSEs
through Corporate Governance, Performance Evaluation, Human
Resource Management, and Research & Development so as
to enhance their global competitiveness.


In fulfilling its role, the Department Coordinates with
other Ministries, CPSEs and concerned organizations. As per
the Allocation of Business Rules of the Government, the
following subjects have been allocated to the DPE:

1. Residual work relating to erstwhile Bureau of Public
Enterprises including Industrial Management Pool.

2. Coordination of matters of general policy affecting all
Public Sector Enterprises.

3. Evaluation and monitoring the performance of Public
Sector Enterprises, including the Memorandum of
Understanding mechanism.

4. Matters relating to Permanent Machinery of Arbitration for the Public Sector Enterprises.

5. Counseling, training and rehabilitation of employees in
Central Public Sector Undertakings under Voluntary
Retirement Scheme.

6. Review of capital projects and expenditure in Central
Public Sector Enterprises.

7. Measures aimed at improving performance of Central
Public Sector Enterprises and other capacity building
initiatives of Public Sector Enterprises.

8. Rendering advice relating to revival, restructuring or
closure of Public Sector Enterprises including the
mechanisms therefor.

9. Matters relating to Standing Conference of Public

10. Matters relating to International Center for Public

11. Categorization of Central Public Sector Enterprises
including conferring ‘Ratna’ status.

12. Survey of Public Enterprises

(iv) Function and duties

The Department of Public Enterprises is the nodal
department for all the Central Public Sector Enterprises
(CPSEs) and formulates policy pertaining to CPSEs. It lays
down, in particular, policy guidelines on performance
improvement and evaluation, autonomy and financial
delegation and personnel management in CPSEs. It
furthermore collects and maintains information in the form
of a Public Enterprises Survey on several areas in respect
of CPSEs.

(v) Organization Chart

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

In their 52nd Report, the Estimates Committee of 3rd Lok
Sabha (1962-67) stressed the need for setting up a
centralized coordinating unit, which could also make
continuous appraisal of the performance of public
enterprises. This led to the setting up of the Bureau of
Public Enterprises (BPE) in 1965 in the Ministry of
Finance. Subsequently, as a result of the reorganization of
the Ministries/Departments of the Union Government in
September, 1985, BPE was made part of the Ministry of
Industry. In May, 1990, BPE was made a full-fledged
Department known as the Department of Public Enterprises

Presently, it is part of the Ministry of Heavy Industries
& Public Enterprises.


Power and duties of its officers and employees

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

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

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(ii) Power and duties of other employees

Not Applicable

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

Delegation of Financial Powers Rules, General Financial

(iv) Exercised


(v) Work allocation

Same as in 1.2(i)


Procedure followed in decision making process

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

(i) Process of decision making Identify key decision making

Decision making points varies from case to case, however,
all decisions are taken as per approved Government
policies/DPE guidelines on the subject matter/Allocation of
Business Rules of Govt of India in respect of DPE.

(ii) Final decision making authority

Secretary of the Department.

(iii) Related provisions, acts, rules etc.

Rules/provisions/Acts laid down by Government of India /
Ministries / Departments: Delegation of Financial Power
Rules (DFPR)/The Government of India (Allocation of
Business Rules)/The Government of India (Transaction of Business Rules/
DPE guidelines.

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

Immediate or within the prescribed time limit as specified.

(v) Channel of supervision and accountability

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Norms for discharge of functions

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

(i) Nature of functions/ services offered


(ii) Norms/ standards for functions/ service delivery

(iii) Process by which these services can be accessed

(iv) Time-limit for achieving the targets

(v) Process of redress of grievances


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

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

Recruitment rules for various posts.

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

FR/SR/GFR/DFPR/ Manual of Office Procedure etc.

(iii) Acts/ Rules manuals etc.

The Companies Act, 2013

(iv) Transfer policy and transfer orders

Four posts in the Department viz US(Admn.), SO(Admn.)
& two Dealing hands dealing with procurement have been
identified as sensitive posts and the incumbents are
transferred after every three years.
For officers of organized cadres, their respective transfer policy is implemented.


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

(i) Categories of documents

As per DoPT guidelines.

(ii) Custodian of documents/categories

Heads of Divisions


Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted
as part of the Public Authority

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

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

i) Pre-negotiation Committee (PNC)

ii) Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC)

(ii) Composition

Pre-negotiation Committee (PNC)

a) Adviser, DPE

b) Joint Secretary/ Adviser of Administrative Ministry
(dealing with CPSEs)

c) Addl. Secretary or his senior representatives, NITI Aayog

d) Representative from M/o Statistics & PI

e) Director (MoU), DPE

Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC)

a) Secretary, DPE

b) Secretary of concerned administrative
ministry/department or his representative not below the
rank of Joint Secretary.

c) Secretary, M/o Statistics & PI or his senior

d) Additional Secretary, NITI Aayog or his senior

e) Secretary, DPE may co-opt any officer who is a finance
expert in case the need is felt.

f) Adviser, DPE provides secretarial support to the

(iii) Dates from which constituted

10th May 2016

(iv) Term/ Tenure


(v) Powers and functions

Pre-negotiation Committee (PNC)

The role of the PNC is to assist IMC in determining the
most appropriate and relevant parameters for measuring
improvement in performance and for fixing targets.

Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC)

The role of IMC is to decide MoU targets of CPSEs.

(i) Whether their meetings are open to the public?


(ii) Whether the minutes of the meetings are open to the


(iii) Place where the minutes if open to the public are



Directory of officers and employees

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

Name, designation, Telephone, fax and email ID


Monthly Remuneration received by officers & employees
including system of compensation

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

(i) List of employees with Gross monthly remuneration

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(ii) System of compensation as provided in its regulations

Not Applicable


Name, designation and other particulars of public information officers [Section 4(1) (b) (xvi)]

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

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

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

(Section 4(2))

No. of employees against whom disciplinary action has been

(i) Pending for Minor penalty or major penalty proceedings


(ii) Finalised for Minor penalty or major penalty



Programmes to advance understanding of RTI

(Section 26)

(i) Educational programmes

Not Applicable.

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

The officers are encouraged to attend orientation and refresher programmes on RTI organized by various training institutions like ISTM, etc.

(iii) Training of CPIO/APIO

Not Applicable.

(iv) Update & publish guidelines on RTI by the Public
Authorities concerned

Not Applicable.


Transfer policy and transfer orders

[F No. 1/6/2011- IR dt. 15.4.2013]

Same as in 1.5 (iv)

2. Budget and Programme

S. No.


Details of disclosure

Proposed Information


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

(i) Total Budget for the public authority

Rs 22.64 Crore (2019-20)

(ii) Budget for each agency and plan & programmes

There are two schemes namely RDC & CRR.

Budget allocated to RDC Scheme - Rs. 5.15 Crore (2021-22)

Budget allocated to CRR Scheme - Rs. 3.40 Crore. (2021-22)

(iii) Proposed expenditures


(iv) Revised budget for each agency, if any



(v) Report on disbursements made and place where the
related reports are available



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

(i) Budget

0.59 Crore

(ii) Foreign and domestic Tours by ministries and officials
of the rank of Joint Secretary to the Government and above,
as well as the heads of the Department.

a) Places visited

b) The period of visit

c) The number of members in the official delegation

d) Expenditure on the visit

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(iii) Information related to procurements

a) Notice/tender enquires, and corrigenda if any thereon,

b) Details of the bids awarded comprising the names of the
suppliers of goods/ services being procured,

c) The works contracts concluded – in any such combination
of the above-and

d) The rate /rates and the total amount at which such
procurement or works contract is to be executed.

(i) Contract for AMC of 5 Nos of Sharp Photo Machine @ 40 paise per copy dated 09.11.2017 M/s. Copier Maintenance Corporate.

(ii) Contract for AMC of 2 Gestetner Photo Machine @ Rs. 34000/- per Machine, M/s. VSM India Pvt. Ltd. Dated 10.11.2019.

(iii) Contract for EPBAX to M/s. Galaxy Telecommunication dated 28.08.2019 @ Rs. 149500/-.

(iv) Contract for Normal Florist Service dated 12.09.2018 to 11.09.2019 from M/s. S. Nath Florist @ Rs. 1,25,650/-

(v) Contract for Florist Service Orchid dated 12.09.2019 to 11.09.2020 from M/s. S. Nath Florist @ Rs. 2,19,000/-.

(vi) Contract for Florist Service Lillium dated 14.09.2018 to 13.09.2019 from M/s. S. Nath Florist @ Rs. 4,38,000/-

(vii) Contract for Decorative/Ornamental Plant Service dated 05.08.2019 to 03.08.2020 from M/s. S. Nath Florist @ Rs. 1,71,550/-

(viii) Contract for providing Manpower, Delhi Govt. Minimum wages to M/s. SCS Enterprises, New Delhi vide letter No. 13015/4/2017-Genl. Dated 28.09.2018 further extended vide letter of even number dated 13.9.2019 up to 30.9.2020.

(ix) Contract for providing Manpower, Delhi Govt. Minimum wages to M/s. SCS Enterprises, New Delhi vide letter No. 13015/4/2017-Genl. Dated 28.09.2018 further extended vide letter of even number dated 13.9.2019 up to 30.9.2020.


Manner of execution of subsidy programme

[Section 4(i)(b)(xii)]

(i) Name of the programme of activity

Not Applicable

(ii) Objective of the programme

(iii) Procedure to avail benefits

(iv) Duration of the programme/ scheme

(v) Physical and financial targets of the programme

(vi) Nature/ scale of subsidy /amount allotted

(vii) Eligibility criteria for grant of subsidy

(viii) Details of beneficiaries of subsidy programme
(number, profile etc)


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

(i) Discretionary and non-discretionary grants/ allocations to State Govt./ NGOs/other institutions

Not Applicable

(ii) Annual accounts of all legal entities who are provided grants by public authorities


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

(i) Concessions, permits or authorizations granted by
public authority


(ii) For each concessions, permit or authorization granted

a) Eligibility criteria

b) Procedure for getting the concession/ grant and/ or

permits of authorizations

c) Name and address of the recipients given concessions/

permits or authorisations

d) Date of award of concessions /permits of authorizations



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

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


3. Publicity Band Public interface

S. No.


Details of disclosure

Proposed Information


Particulars for any arrangement for consultation with or
representation by the members of the public in relation to
the formulation of policy or implementation there of [Section 4(1)(b)(vii)]

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

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

(i) Relevant Acts, Rules, Forms and other documents which
are normally accessed by citizens

Not Applicable.

(ii) Arrangements for consultation with or representation

a) Members of the public in policy formulation/ policy

b) Day & time allotted for visitors

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

Not Applicable.

Public- private partnerships (PPP)

(i) Details of Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), if any

Not Applicable.

(ii) Detailed project reports (DPRs)

Not Applicable.

(iii) Concession agreements.

Not Applicable.

(iv) Operation and maintenance manuals

Not Applicable.

(v) Other documents generated as part of the implementation of the PPP

Not Applicable.

(vi) Information relating to fees, tolls, or the other
kinds of revenues that may be collected under authorisation
from the government

Not Applicable.

(vii) Information relating to outputs and outcomes

Not Applicable.

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

Not Applicable.

(ix) All payment made under the PPP project

Not Applicable.


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

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

(i) Policy decisions/ legislations taken in the previous one year

Not Applicable.

(ii) Outline the Public consultation process

Not Applicable.

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

Not Applicable.


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

Use of the most effective means of communication

(i) Internet (website)


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

Information manual/handbook available in

(i) Electronic format

Not Applicable.

(ii) Printed format



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

List of materials available

(i) Free of cost

Not Applicable.

(ii) At a reasonable cost of the medium

Not Applicable.

4. E. Governance

S .No.


Details of disclosure

Proposed Information


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

(i) English

Not Applicable.

(ii) Vernacular/ Local Language

Not Applicable.


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

Last date of Annual updation

Not Applicable


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

(i) Details of information available in electronic form

Compendium of guidelines updated & under print.

(ii) Name/ title of the document/record/ other information

(iii) Location where available


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

(i) Name & location of the faculty

Not Applicable

(ii) Details of information made available

Not Applicable

(iii) Working hours of the facility

Not Applicable

(iv) Contact person & contact details (Phone, fax email)

Not Applicable


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

(i) Grievance redressal mechanism

Dr Nitin Aggrawal, Joint Director has been appointed as Nodal Officer for Public Grievances.

(ii) Details of applications received under RTI and information provided

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(iii) List of completed schemes/ projects/ Programmes

Not Applicable

(iv) List of schemes/ projects/ programme underway

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(v) Details of all contracts entered into including name of the contractor, amount of contract and period of completion of contract

Same as in 2.2 (iii)

(vi) Annual Report

(vii) Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

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(viii) Any other information such as

a) Citizen’s Charter


b) Result Framework Document (RFD)

Not Applicable

c) Six monthly reports on the

Not Applicable

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

Not Applicable


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

(i) Details of applications received and disposed

(ii) Details of appeals received and orders issued

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

Details of questions asked and replies given

Replies to questions asked in the Parliament is uploaded on the website of Rajya Sabha ( and Lok Sabha (

5. Information as may be prescribed

S. No.


Details of disclosure

Proposed Information


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

(i) Name & details of

(a) Current CPIOs & FAAs

(b) Earlier CPIO & FAAs from 1.1.2015

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(b) Earlier CPIOs (Since 01.01.2015)–

(1)Smt. Kalpana Narain, Director

(2) Smt. Meena Sharma, Director

Earlier FAAs (Since 01.01.2015)-

(1) Smt. D.G. Mukherjee, JS

(ii) Details of third party audit of voluntary disclosure

(a) Dates of audit carried out

(b) Report of the audit carried out


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

(a) Date of appointment

(b) Name & Designation of the officers


Dr. Nitin Aggrawal, Joint Director

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

(a) Dates from which constituted

(b) Name & Designation of the officers

Not Applicable

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

(a) Dates from which constituted

(b) Name & Designation of the Officers

Not Applicable

6. Information Disclosed on own Initiative

S. No.


Details of disclosure

Proposed Information


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

Information such as Annual Report, DPE Guidelines, DPE’s Website


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

(i) Whether STQC certification obtained and its validity.

(ii) Does the website show the certificate on the Website?


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