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Rights To Information :

The Right to Information Act - 2005  
SUB-CLAUSE OF SECTION 4 (1) (b), RTI ACT, 2005 DESCRIPTION
   
4 (1) (b) (i) Particulars of organization, function and duties;
   
4 (1) (b) (ii) Powers and duties of officers and employees;
   
4 (1) (b) (iii) Procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability;
   
4 (1) (b) (iv) Norms set by organization for the discharge of its functions;
   
4 (1) (b) (v) Rules, regulations, instructions manuals and records held and used by employees for discharging the functions;
   
4 (1) (b) (vi) Statement of the categories of documents that are held by the organization or under its control;
   
4 (1) (b) (vii) The particulars of any arrangements that exists for consultation with, or representation by; the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof;
   
4 (1) (b) (viii) Statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as a part of organization or for the purpose of its advice, and so 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;
   
4 (1) (b) (ix) Directory of officers and employees of the organization;
   
4 (1) (b) (x) The monthly remuneration received by each of the organization officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations;
   
4 (1) (b) (xi) The budget allocated to each of the organization’s agencies, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made;
   
4 (1) (b) (xii) The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes;
   
4 (1) (b) (xiii) Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by the organization;
   
4 (1) (b) (xiv) Details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form;
   
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;
   
4 (1) (b) (xvi) The names, designations and other particulars of the Appellate authority and Public Information Officers;
   
4 (1) (b) (xvii) Such other information as may be prescribed;
   
Report December 2005 The report on the implementation of the provision of the act in respect of the year ending December 2005

4 (1) (b) (i)- PARTICULARS OF ORGANISATION, FUNCTION AND DUTIES

1.1 Background

The Narmada Water Disputes Tribunal (NWDT) was constituted in October 1969 by the Government of India, Ministry of Irrigation and Power, to adjudicate upon the water dispute regarding the interstate river Narmada and the river valley thereof.  The final order and decision of the said Tribunal was published in the Official Gazette of India in December, 1979, in which the tribunal has ordered setting up of the “Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee” to perform the supervisory function over the construction of the Sardar Sarovar Project.  The Tribunal considered that the said Construction Advisory Committee is desirable and necessary for ensuring efficient, economical and timely execution of Unit-I (Dam & Appurtenant works) and Unit-III (Power Complex) of the project.  Accordingly the Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee (SSCAC) was constituted by the Government of India in September 1980 and the first meeting of SSCAC was held on 5th December 1980 at Vadodara.

1.2 Constitution

The constitution of the SSCAC originally ordered by the Ministry of Irrigation (Govt. of India) vide its Resolution No. 22/7/80-P-I dated 4th September 1980, was as per the NWDT Award, with the Secretary to Government of India, in charge of Ministry of Irrigation as its Chairman.  Subsequently three amendments have been made in the constitution, two in April 1986 and one in August 1987. 

The present composition of the SSCAC is as under  :

  1. The Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources, Govt. of India (Chairman, SSCAC)
  2. Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Department of Power, Govt. of India
  3. Chairman, Central Water Commission, Govt. of India
  4. Chairman, Central Electricity Authority, Govt. of India
  5. Executive Member, Narmada Control Authority or its independent Member representing Executive Member
  6. Financial Adviser, Ministry of Water Resources, Govt. of India
  7. Secretaries in-charge of Finance Department of Governments of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Rajasthan or their nominees
  8. Secretaries in-charge of Irrigation Department of Governments of Gujarat and Rajasthan or their nominees
  9. Secretaries in-charge of Power Department of Governments of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra or their nominees
  10. Secretaries in-charge of Revenue Department or any other Department concerned with land acquisition of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra or their nominees
  11. General Manager or Chief Engineer of Gujarat, in-charge of the project and Chief Engineers of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan concerned with the project or their nominees.
  12. Chairman, State Electricity Board of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra or their nominees
  13. Financial Adviser, Sardar Sarovar Project
  14. Secretary, Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee.

1.3 Function

As decided by the NWDT in its Award of December 1979, and as resolved by the Government of India in its order of 4th September 1980, the SSCAC shall:

  1. Scrutinize the project estimates prepared for Unit-I and Unit-III works, advise necessary modifications and recommend the estimates for the administrative approval of the concerned Government.
  2. Examine and make recommendations on all proposals pertaining to technical features and designs as may be referred to it by any of the party States and where necessary consult experts for the purpose. 
  3. Examine and make recommendations on the programme of construction of different parts of the project in a coordinated manner, keeping in view the funds available, the economics of the project and the desirability of obtaining quick results.
  4. Examine the requirement of funds for the construction of works and other purposes according to the approved programme and make the necessary recommendation.
  5. Examine and recommend, from time to time, the delegation of such powers, both technical and financial, as it may deem necessary for the efficient execution of the works on the project, to the officers engaged in the execution of the project.
  6. Examine and, where necessary, recommend specifications for various classes of work.
  7. Examine and make recommendations on all sub-estimates and contracts, the cost of which exceeds the powers of sanction of the General Manager/Chief Engineers.
  8. Review progress reports, both for works and expenditure from the General Manager/Chief Engineers and recommend, where necessary, steps to be taken to expedite the work.

1.4 Head Quarter & Secretariat

In the Govt. of India resolution constituting the SSCAC, its headquarter was indicated as Gandhinagar.  However, the SSCAC during its first meeting held in December 1980 had fixed Vadodara as its headquarter on the suggestion of Govt. of Maharashtra and in view of the fact that the dam site was near Vadodara and that the Govt. of Gujarat was in a position to provide office and residential accommodation to SSCAC Secretariat at Vadodara. 

The SSCAC has a full time Secretary of the rank of Joint Secretary to GoI appointed by the Government of India.  The post of Secretary has been encadered in the Central Water Engineering (Group-A) Service of the Ministry of Water Resources since August 1986.   The Secretary is assisted by a Deputy Secretary and three Assistant Secretaries who are also from the Central Water Engineering (Group-A) Service.  The supporting staff is taken on deputation from the party states and other central/state government offices.

1.5 Conduct of Business

As per the NWDT, the SSCAC itself was to frame the rules for carrying out its business.  Accordingly, the Committee, in its 3rd meeting has approved the rules for the conduct of its business and procedure, which were subsequently amended during its 11th, 14th and 67th meetings.

1.6 Permanent Standing Committee (PSC)

1.6.1 Constitution of PSC

In order to streamline arrangements for scrutiny and sanctions to be accorded by SSCAC for various matters, concerning Unit–I and Unit–III of the Sardar Sarovar Project, SSCAC during its 9th meeting held on 9th June 1983 decided to create a Permanent Standing Committee (PSC). 

The proposal of Terms and Reference for constituting the PSC, headed by the Chairman, Narmada Control Authority and with Member (P&P) of CWC, Financial Advisor to SSP and the Secretary of SSCAC as members, was finalized in the first meeting of PSC held on 9th August 1983 and the proposal was accepted by the SSCAC in its 10th meeting held on 25th August 1983.  In the 26th meeting of SSCAC held on 22nd September 1986, the PSC was reconstituted by including representatives from each of the four party states and the Financial Advisor of Ministry of Water Resources. The constitution of PSC was further amended in the 28th meeting of SSCAC held on 29th June 1987 to provide for the Executive Member, NCA as the Chairman of PSC instead of Chairman NCA as provided earlier.  In the 64th meeting of SSCAC held on 24th August 1998, the Chief Engineer (CMO) of CWC was nominated as member of PSC in place of Member (P&P) of CWC.The present composition of the PSC is as under:

  1. The Executive Member, Narmada Control Authority (Chairman)
  2. The Member (HE), Central Electricity Authority, Government of India
  3. The Chief Engineer (CMO), Central Water Commission, Government of India
  4. The Financial Advisor, Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India
  5. The Secretary (Narmada), Narmada & Water Resources and Water Supply . Department,    Government of Gujarat
  6. The Director (Finance & Administration), SSNNL, Government of Gujarat
  7. The Member (Engg.), Narmada Valley Development Authority, Government of . Madhya Pradesh 
  8. The Chief Engineer and Joint Secretary, Irrigation Department, Government of . Maharashtra
  9. The Additional Chief Engineer, Irrigation Zone, Government of Rajasthan
  10. The Secretary, SSCAC, Government of India (Member Secretary)

1.6.2 Functions of PSC

As per the proposal approved by SSCAC in its 10th meeting, functions of the Permanent Standing Committee are as under:

  1. Scrutiny of all project estimates and getting them modified as considered necessary.
  2. Examination and acceptance on behalf of the SSCAC of estimates beyond the Powers of the General Manager/Chief Engineer upto Rs. 20 crores in each case for recommendation to the concerned Governments for administrative approval, and examination and recommendation of estimates costing more than Rs. 20 crore each to the main committee for acceptance. 
  3. Scrutiny of technical features and designs of the project works referred to the SSCAC and sending its recommendations to the referring authority.  In case where the recommendations made by the Standing Committee would cause more than 10% deviation in cost beyond what was earlier approved by the SSCAC, the Standing Committee shall refer the matter to SSCAC for its approval.
  4. Identification of problems to be referred to the Panel of Consultants and / or expert institutions and recommending them to the SSCAC for further necessary action; processing of the Consultants’ suggestions and reporting to the SSCAC the Standing Committee’s recommendations. 
  5. Review of Construction Programme of Unit I & III and review of the monthly progress on all works of the project and making recommendations to the Construction Authority for such modifications / adjustments in the construction programme as may be required.
  6. Recommendations of appropriation of funds to and between Unit I & III and between one work and another within a unit depending on the review of progress of works, within the overall Annual Outlay approved by the SSCAC.
  7. Examination and recommendations to the concerned Governments on the tenders for the project works beyond the powers of project officers for works up to Rs. 20 crore each.
  8. Examination and recommendations on specifications for project works.
  9. Examination and recommendations to the SSCAC on tenders for project works costing more than Rs. 20 crores each.
  10. Recommendations on creation of posts required under the administrative control of the Secretary of the Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee and sanction to the relevant recruitment rules. 
  11. Such other functions as may be delegated to it by the SSCAC from time to time.

As per SSCAC’s decision in its 29th meeting held on 29th September 1987, the PSC also functions as “Claims Committee” to consider the claims of the contractors beyond the delegated powers of project authority. As per the decision of 68th meeting of SSCAC held on 27th June  2002 the consolidated functions of PSC as Claims Committee are as follows :

  1. for all claims arising out of unforeseen circumstances, pertaining to all contracts approved by the SSCAC.
  2. for all claims arising out of change in quantities of tender items, or due to extra items, where each claim exceeds Rs.5 crore, pertaining to all contracts approved by the SSCAC.
  3. For all claims arising out of change in quantities of tender items, or due to extra items, if total value of the claims settled exceeds 25% of the contract value of the particular work, pertaining to all contracts approved by the SSCAC.
  4. for all claims arising out of change in quantities of tender items, or due to extra items, or for unforeseen reasons, if total claim exceeds 10% of the contract value of the particular work, pertaining to all contracts finalized by project authorities under power delegated to them.

1.5 Review Committee

The Review Committee of NCA constituted as per the NWDT Award also functions as the Review Committee for the SSCAC in case of disagreement on any decision taken by the SSCAC.  The Review Committee may suo-moto or on the application of any party state, review any decision of the SSCAC.  The decision of the Review Committee on such matters shall be final and binding on the concerned States.  The Review Committee is chaired by the union Minister for Water Resources; and the Chief Ministers of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan, along with union Ministers of State for Environment and forest, are its members. The Secretary of the Union Ministry of Water Resources is the convener of the Review Committee without any voting rights.

4 (1) (b) (ii)- POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

OFFICERS POWERS

Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India, New Delhi is Chairman of the SSCAC. The SSCAC has a full time Secretary of the rank of Joint Secretary to GoI belonging to the Central Water Engineering (Group-A) Service to head the Organization with its headquarter at Vadodara. 

SSCAC is a subordinate office of Ministry of Water Resources. The Secretary, SSCAC has been delegated the powers of Head of department. The Secretary has then delegated powers of Head of Office from time to time to the Deputy Secretary/Assistant Secretary. The financial powers of Drawing & Disbursing Officer are delegated from time to time to an officer of the rank of Assistant Secretary. The financial powers of Imprest for contingency/miscellaneous purchase are further delegated to the Assistant Engineer.

DUTIES

  1. Monitoring the physical & financial progress of Unit-I (Dam and appurtenant works) and Unit-III (Power Houses) works.
  2. Meetings of SSCAC & PSC.
  3. Organizing meeting of Interstate participants.
  4. Preparation of half yearly progress reports of Unit-I & Unit-III.
  5. Preparation of Annual Report.
  6. Participation in the NCA and other meetings concerned with Sardar Sarovar Project.
  7. Interaction with State Governments to resolve various issues concerning physical/financial progress of dam.
  8. Accounts
  9. Administration.

The Secretary and other officers of SSCAC make frequent visits to dam, power houses and other appurtenant works and hold discussions with the project officials for updating the information on the progress of works. Half yearly status reports of the project covering the physical and financial progress of Unit-I (Dam & Appurtenant works) and Unit-III (Hydro Power) works ending June and December are prepared and circulated to the members and invitees of the Committee. Annual Report of SSCAC is also prepared. A monitoring team with Chief Engineer level officials from CWC, CEA, NCA and SSCAC has been constituted by the PSC for closely monitoring the progress of River Bed Power House.

The meetings of SSCAC and PSC of SSCAC are arranged by SSCAC officials and held on generally quarterly basis and their agenda and minutes are prepared and circulated to the Members/Invitees of the Committees.

SUPPORTING STAFF

The Secretariat of SSCAC, being of temporary status, has no provision for its own cadre. While the Group-A posts are filled by officers from the Central Water Engineering (Group-A) Service Cadre, all other posts are filled by persons taken on deputation from the departments of Central/State Government with preference given to officials from party states i.e. Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan. The Narmada Control Authority (NCA) and SSNNL have also provided the services of the some staff  to the SSCAC on informal basis.

STAFF POSITION OF SSCAC

The Ministry of Water Resources approved creation of 38 numbers of posts for managing the office of Secretary, SSCAC in November 1984. Subsequently, one post each of Assistant Secretary & Assistant Engineer were surrendered in lieu of approval for creation of one post of Deputy Secretary and one post of Stenographer Group-D, the total number of posts remaining the same. Later on four posts (one each of SAS Accountant, Office Superintendent, UDC and LDC) were surrendered under 10% statutory cut imposed by the Government of India. Out of the 34 sanctioned posts, 16 posts are being operated presently.

4 (1) (b) (iii)- PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS, INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY

DECISION MAKING PROCESS, OFFICERS, POWERS

The Secretary, SSCAC is overall in charge of the organization and hence, the major decisions are taken by him only. The Secretary is assisted by a Deputy Secretary and three Assistant Secretaries. The Deputy Secretary has been delegated powers of Head of Office. The following officers are nominated for the following committees.

  1. Vigilance Officer of SSCAC:
    Deputy Secretary (nominated); approval from MOWR awaited.
  2. Director (Public Grievance/ Staff Grievance):
    Deputy Secretary
  3. Chairperson of Redressal of Sexual Harassment of Women at workplace (SSCAC):
    Personal Secretary to Secretary, SSCAC.
  4. Chairman of Departmental Selection Committee for Group-'C' staff:
    Deputy Secretary
  5. Liaison officer for SC/ST:
    Deputy Secretary
  6. CPIO under RTI Act:
    Assistant Secretary-II
  7. Appellate Authority under RTI Act:
    Deputy Secretary

There are three Assistant Secretaries who assist the Secretary through Deputy Secretary in all official matters of SSCAC. The work allocation given below is indicative only; it keeps on changing on priority of works.             

1) Assistant Secretary-I

  • Meetings of SSCAC and PSC.
  • Works related to IBPT, DSP etc.
  • Parliament Questions (Technical)
  • Share cost of SSCAC.
  • All other miscellaneous technical works
  • Petition National Green Tribunal.
  • ISO Accreditation

2) Assistant Secretary-II

  • Service Books including Gazetted Staff.
  • Leaves, advances of Gazetted Officers & Non Gazetted Officers.
  • Periodical Returns to MoWR.
  • General correspondence of Establishment section including Parliament Questions (Admn.)
  • Grievance Redressal Works and all other related returns.
  • Court Cases.
  • Work of DDO (Salary Bills, T.A. Bills, Supplier’s Bills, COP’s and all payments) and all correspondence regarding accounts.
  • Parliamentary Standing Committee and Important Delegations.
  • RTI
  • Hindi / Rajbhasha works.
  • Action Plan of MoWR/SSCAC, Meeting of HOD, Seminars/Training/Works shops, Press Cuttings.
  • Hydromet Sub group of NCA.

3) Assistant Secretary-III

  • Imprest of SSNNL and modernization of SSCAC.
  • Share Cost Expenditure of party states.
  • General Technical works.
  • Narmada Main Canal Committee of NCA.
  • Annual Report of SSCAC
  • Diary & Dispatch Section, Postage Stamps account etc.
  • Miscellaneous works as entrusted from time to time.
  • Maintenance of vehicles, Log Book, History Sheet, Imprest of SSNNL for vehicles etc.
  • Maintenance of office accommodation and all office equipments including Computers.
  • Liaison work of PSC/SSCAC meeting.
  • Half Yearly Status Report of Unit-I and Unit-III of SSP

CHANNEL OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY

All the works of SSCAC Secretariat are put up by subordinate staff and initial processing is done at the level of Assistant Secretary. The cases are finalized at the level of AS/DS/Secretary depending on power delegated to them. SSCAC Secretariat works as a Sub-ordinate office to the Ministry of Water Resources. The administrative/financial matters not covered under the HOD powers are forwarded to MOWR for decisions.

4 (1) (b) (iv) NORMS SET BY ORGANISATION FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS

NORMS FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS

The Deputy Secretary, SSCAC is having three nos. of Assistant Secretaries and one Assistant Engineer working under his control.

All technical files put up to Secretary, SSCAC are sent through Deputy Secretary.

The Deputy Secretary is performing following works independently: 

  1. Duties as Head of Office
  2. Duties as Vigilance Officer of SSCAC
  3. Duties as Grievance Redressal Officer of SSCAC
  4. Duties as Liaison Officer of SC/ST staff of SSCAC
  5. Chairman of Departmental Selection Committee for Group-'C' staff.
  6. Visit to Project sites
  7. Organizing of meetings
  8. Appellate Authority under R.T.I.

4 (1) (b) (v) RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS MANUALS AND RECORDS HELD AND USED BY EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING THE FUNCTIONS

SSCAC has not proposed any of its own rule, regulation, instruction, manuals, records for discharging the administrative, establishment and accounts works. The rules applicable to Central Government (SR&FR) and General Financial Rules are followed for discharging its functions.However, for discharging of functions of SSCAC and PSC of SSCAC, the various rules have been framed by Government of India in consultation with four party states viz. Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan.

4 (1) (b) (vi) STATEMENT OF THE CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY THE ORGANIZATION OR UNDER ITS CONTROL

The meetings of SSCAC & PSC of SSCAC are organized by this office. The Agenda and Minutes of the Meetings are prepared. Hence, the Agenda and Minutes of the meetings in Report form are available in the office.Half yearly Status Reports of Dam and Power House works are prepared and these reports are available in this office.The Annual Reports of SSCAC are also available in the office and put up on website.

4 (1) (b) (vii) THE PARTICULARS OF ANY ARRANGEMENTS THAT EXISTS FOR CONSULTATION WITH, OR REPRESENTATION BY; THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF

No member of the public is involved for consultation with or representation by in relation to the formulation or implementation of SSCAC policies. However Citizen charter is framed & followed. Every year RFD is prepared & monitored.

4 (1) (b) (viii) STATEMENT OF THE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES CONSISTING OF TWO OR MORE PERSONS CONSTITUTED AS A PART OF ORGANIZATION OR FOR THE PURPOSE OF ITS ADVICE, AND SO 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 meetings of SSCAC, PSC of SSCAC and Monitoring Committee are purely of technical nature; However, if any person is interested they can access these during office hours.

4 (1) (b) (ix) DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF SSCAC

STD CODE VADODARA -0265        
Sr. No. Name & Designation

ResidenceAddress

OfficePhone No. Residence Phone No.
1

Shri Gulshan Raj

Secretary

13, Gautam Nagar, Opposite Axis Bank, Race Course, Vadodara.

2421272(O) 2437262(Fax) 7575803262
2 Shri Shekharendu Jha Deputy Secretary EI/3, Narmada Project Colony, Channi Jakata Naka, Vadodara 2421272(O) 2437262(Fax) 9662336984
3

Shri Kushagra Sharma

Assistant Secretary

A401, Vrandavan Residency,New SamaRoad, Vadodara 2434215 8238091586
4
Assistant Secretary
VACANT    
5 Assistant Secretary VACANT    
6 Assistant Secretary VACANT    
7 Smt. Jaya D. Tekchandani
Uper Divisional Clerk
CAT III, 17/5, (24/4) New Narmada Colony, Chhani Jakat Naka, Vadodara. 2437262  
8   VACANT    
9 Lower Divisional Clerk VACANT    
10 Smt R.N. Kherala
Lower Divisional Clerk
5, Amish Avenue, Gotri Road Vadodara 2437262  
11 Lower Divisional Clerk VACANT    
12 Lower Divisional Clerk VACANT    
13 MTS VACANT    
14
 
VACANT    
15 Shri S.V. Gudiya
MTS
Surya Nagar, Fire Station, Block-A-12, Staff Qtrs, Waghodiya Road, Vadodara 9408690027  
16 MTS VACANT    

4 (1) (b) (x) THE MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OF THE ORGANIZATION OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN ITS REGULATIONS

Sr. No. Designation Sanctioned Strength Pay Band & Pay Grade Pay Allowances
           
1 Secretary 1 PB-4 Rs.37400-67000 Rs.10000 As admissible
2 Deputy Secretary 1 PB-4 Rs.37400-67000 Rs.8700 As admissible
3 Assistant Secretary-I 1 PB-3 Rs.15600-39100 Rs.6600/7600 As admissible
4 Assistant Secretary-II 1 PB-3 Rs.15600-39100 Rs.6600/7600 As admissible
5 Assistant Secretary-III 1 PB-3 Rs.15600-39100 Rs.6600/7600 As admissible
6 Assistant Engineer 1 PB-2 9300-34800 Rs. 5400 As admissible
7 Upper Divisional Clerk 1 PB-2 Rs.5200-20200 Rs. 2800 As admissible
8 Lower Divisional Clerk 1 PB-2 Rs.5200-20200 Rs. 2400 As admissible
9 Lower Divisional Clerk PB-2 Rs.9300-21710 Rs.4200 As admissible
10 Lower Divisional Clerk PB-2 Rs.5200-20200 Rs.2400 As admissible
11 Lower Divisional Clerk PB-2 Rs.5200-20200 Rs.2400 As admissible
12 Lower Divisional Clerk PB-2 Rs.5200-20200 Rs. 1900 As admissible
13 MTS 4 PB-1 Rs.5200-20200  Rs1800/1900 As admissible
14 MTS PB-1 Rs 5200-20200  Rs1800/1900 As admissible
15 MTS PB-1 Rs.5200-20200  Rs1800/1900 As admissible
16 MTS PB-1 Rs.5200-20200  Rs1800/1900 As admissible

4 (1) (b) (xi) THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF THE ORGANISATION'S AGENCIES, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENTS MADE

There is no agency or branch of SSCAC Secretariat. The budget provision for SSCAC Secretariat is approved by the Ministry of Water Resources every year. Clause-XIV Sub-Clause 16 (10) of the Award provides that the expenditure of the Secretariat of SSCAC shall be borne by the Party States of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Rajasthan equally. The funds for meeting the expenses of the SSCAC Secretariat is sanctioned and provided by Ministry of Water Resources every year as Non-Plan expenditure. Based on budget estimate of existing year and actual expenditure of previous year, expenses are to be paid equally in advance by the four participating States to Ministry of Water Resources.

4 (1) (b) (xii) THE MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES, INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND THE DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES

MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMME

No subsidy is received by this office and hence no subsidy programme is being executed.

AMOUNT ALLOCATED

Nil

DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES

Nil.

4 (1) (b) (xiii) PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORISATIONS GRANTED BY THE ORGANIZATION

No concessions, permits or authorisations are granted by this office.

4 (1) (b) (xiv) DETAILS IN RESPECT OF THE INFORMATION, AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY IT, REDUCED IN AN ELECTRONIC FORM

The following documents are available in this office in electronic form

  1. Agenda/Minutes of the SSCAC Meetings from 1st meeting to 73rd meeting.
  2. Agenda/Minutes of the PSC of SSCAC Meetings from 1st meeting to 86th meeting.
  3. Annual Report of SSCAC from 2008-09 onwards.

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

SSCAC is a small organization with officers and staff barely of 16 Nos. Hence, no public library or reading room is maintained by SSCAC office.

There is provision for contacting the office of SSCAC by Email given on the web site.

Address : http://www.sscac.gov.in

Email : sscac-mowr@nic.in 

4 (1) (b) (xvi) THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE APPELLATE AUTHORITY AND PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS

PARTICULARS OF PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

Name : Shri Kushagra Sharma
Designation : Assistant Secretary
Address   Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee, 'A' Block, Narmada Bhavan, 4th Floor, Indira Avenue, VADODARA : 390 001.
Phone No. : 0265-2437262 (O)9825904045 (mob)0265-2437262/2434215 (Fax)
Email Address   sscac-mowr@nic.in 

PARTICULARS OF APPELLATE AUTHORITY

 
Name : Shri Shekharendu Jha
Designation : Deputy Secretary
Address: Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee, 'A' Block, Narmada Bhavan, 4th Floor, Indira Avenue, VADODARA : 390 001.
Phone No. : 0265-2421272 (O)0265-2437262/2434215 (Fax)
Email Address   sscac-mowr@nic.in 

Regulation of Fee and Cost

TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART-II, SECTION. 3, SUB-SECTION (i) OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA

Government of India,Ministry of Personal, Public Grievances and Pensions( Department of Personal and Training ), New Delhi, the 16th September, 2005.

N O T I F I C A T I O N

G.S.R....., In excercise of the powers conferred by clauses (b) and (c) of sub-section (2) of section 27 of the Right to Information Act, 2005 ( 22 of 2005), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely :-

  1. Short title and commencement - 
    1. These rules may be called the Right to Information ( Regulation of Fee and Cost ) Rules, 2005.
    2. They shall come into force on the date of their publicaion in the Official Gazette.
  2. Defination - In the rules, unless the context otherwise requires, - 
    1. 'Act' means the Right to Information Act, 2005;
    2. 'section' means section of the Act;
    3. all other words and expression used herein but not defined and defined in the Act shall have the meanings assigned to them in the Act.
  3. A request for obtaining information under sub-section (1) of section 6 shall be accompanied by an application fee of rupees ten by way of cash against proper receipt or by deman dfraft or bankers cheque payble to the Accounts Officer of the public authority.
  4. For providing the information under sub-section (1) of section 7, the fee shall be charged by way of cash against proper receipt or by deman dfraft or bankers cheque payble to the Accounts Officer of the public authority at following rates:-
    1. (a) rupees two for each page ( in A-4 or A-3 size paper) created or copied;
    2. actual charge or cost price of a copy in large size paper;
    3. actual cost or price for samples or models; and
    4. for inspection of records, no fee for the first hour; and a fee or rupees five for each fifteen minutes ( or fraction thereof) thereafter.
  5. For providing the information under sub-section (5) of section 7, the fee shall be charged by way of cash against proper receipt or by deman dfraft or bankers cheque payble to the Accounts Officer of the public authority at following rates:-
    1. for information provided in diskette or floppy rupees fifty per diskette or floppy; and
    2. for information provided in printed form at the price fixed for such publication or rupees two per page of photocopy for extracts from the publicaion.

4 (1) (b) (xvii) SUCH OTHER INFORMATION AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED

Nil

THE REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROVISION OF THE ACT IN RESPECT OF THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 2013

a Number of requests received by SSCAC. 1
b Number of decisions where applications were not entitled to access the documents pursuant to the requests, the provisions of the Act under which these decisions were made and the number of times such provisions were invoked. Nil
c Commission for review, the nature of appeals and the outcome of appeals. Nil
d Details of disciplinary action taken against any officer in respect of administration of this Act. Nil
e Amount of charges collected by each public authority under this Act. Nil (through MoWR)
f The details to indicate efforts made by the public authorities to administer and implement the spirit and intension of this act. Not Applicable
g Suitable suggestions for reform, including those required for development, improvement, modernization, reform for the amendment of the Act or other legislation or common law or any other matter relevant for operationalization the Right to access the information. Nil

 

 

 

 

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