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    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 INFORMATION MANUAL (UNDER RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT 2005)CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF A.P LTD III Floor, Singareni Bhavan, Red Hills, Hyderabad - 500 004 1
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 CONTENTS UNDER 4(I)(b)1. PARTICULARS OF THE ORGANIZATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES2. POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES3. DECISION MAKING PROCESS, SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY4. NORMS SET TO DISCHARGE OF THE FUNCTIONS5. RULES, REGULATIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS, INSTRUCTIONS, CIRCULARS RELATED TO FUNCTIONING OF THE COMPANY6. LIST OF DOCUMENTS HELD UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE COMPANY7. 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 ARE8. INFORMATION ABOUT THE BOARDS, COUNCLES, COMMITTEES & OTHER BODIES CONSTITUTED FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADVICE AND MINUTES OF SUCH MEETINGS ARE ACCESSABLE TO THE PUBLIC.9. A DIRECTORY OF THE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES10. MONTHLY REMUNERATION & COMPENSATION OF OFFICERS/EMPLOYEES11. BUDGETORY ALLOCATION & EXPENDITURE STATEMENT12. SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES & BENEFICIARIES13. PARTICULARS RECEIPIENTS & CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORISATION GRANTED14. INFORMATION AVIALBALBE IN ELECTRONIC FORM15. FACILITIES REGARDING INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS16. DETAILS OF PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS17. ANY OTHER INFORMATION 2
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005ORAGANIZATIONAL SET UP The Central Power Distribution Company of AP Limited (APCPDCL) wasestablished on 1.4.2000 as a part of the Reform and Restructuring program in thePower Sector of Andhra Pradesh. APCPDCL is the largest of the four DistributionCompanies in AP and is a wholly owned subsidiary of APTRANSCO. APCPDCL hasbeen vested with functional and commercial autonomy with effect from 1.4.2002 andwas granted independent license (License No: 13/2000) by A.P. ElectricityRegulatory Commission (APERC) to undertake distribution and retail supply businessin the following seven districts of the State.For organizational structure logon to the company websitewww.apcentralpower.com 3
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005FUNCTION AND DUTIES OF FUNCTIONAL HEADS - EACH SECTION / OFFICE OF COMPANYSECTION / OFFICE FUNCTIONS BEING PERFORMEDBOARD OF DIRECTORS To guide the policy matters and approve the plans for the development of the CompanyCMD, APCPDCL Executive head of APCPDCL, Final approving authority of the proposals of Technical, Commercial and Financial proposalsDIRECTOR FINANCE, IT & RA In charge of Finance, Information Technology and Regulatory AffairsDIRECTOR, HR & COMML In charge of HRD and Commercial mattersDIRECTOR, OPERATION In charge of Operation & MaintenanceDIRECTOR, PROJECTS, P&MM In charge of Projects, Purchase & Materials ManagementCGM (Comml.) Works related to Commercial and regulatory affairs, Recruitment, Promotions, Transfers and Personnel RulesCGM/Metro Zone Works related to Hyderabad North, South and Central of Metro Zone, Master Plan and SCADA CirclesCGM (Projects) Works related to planning of new Projects, Schemes etc.CGM (P&MM) Works related to Purchase & Material ManagementCGM (Exp.) Revenue related matters of the companyCGM (HRD) Industrial Relations & Legal MattersCHAIRMAN, CGRF In charge for Consumer Grievance Redressal ForumChief Vigilance Officer In charge of VigilanceSE/O&M Works related to Operation & Maintenance 4
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005SE (Op)-Anantapur Head of the Anantapur Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-Kurnool Head of the Kurnool Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-Medak Head of the Medak Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-Mahaboobnagar Head of the Mahaboobnagar Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-Nalgonda Head of the Nalgonda Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-Rangareddy North Head of the Rangareddy North Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-Ranga Reddy South Head of the Rangareddy South Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-Central Head of the Hyderabad Central Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-North Head of the Hyderabad North Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE (Op)-South Head of the Hyderabad South Operation Circle- Works related to Operation & Maintenance and implementation of various schemes Customer Related ServicesSE, DPE Works related to Detection of Pilferage of energy and booking of casesSE, Assessments Works related to enquiry for theft & malpractice cases and give judgmentSE-Master Plan Plan and Implement System Development works in Twin Cities 5
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005SE-SCADA Monitoring of uninterrupted Power Supply in various Operation Circles of Twin Cities and Rangareddy districts, also attends to grievances of power supply The work distribution of each officer and Staff is available in respect to theirappointment letter & in Duties of Responsibilities of Officers, booklet published on 01-11-2003. The power and duties of Officers and Employees, Norms to set to discharge thefunctions are according to the APED Manual approved by the erstwhile APSEB adopted byAPCPDCL. 3 DECISION MAKING PROCESS, SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY INTIATING THE FILE CHANNELS OFFICERS DECISION MAKING DEALING STAFF AND HANDLING THE FILE AT AUTHORITY THE SECTION EACH LEVELInitiated through Through Head of the Office Board of Directors/individual office CMD, APCPDCL/As per Booklet of Delegation of PowerSUPERVISORY AUTHORITY &OFFICER TO WHOM ACCOUNTABLE : Principal Secretary (Energy) Govt. of A.P 4 A. THE NORMS, IF DECIDED BY THE ORGANISATION Technical and Commercial norms are being followed as approved by the APSEB and adopted by APCPDCL. B. QUALITY NORMS, IF DECIDED BY THE ORGANISATION The Company adopts the Quality norms are being fixed by APERC from time to time. 5 LIST OF ACTS, RULES, REGULATIONS, MANUALS, RECORDS, CIRCULARS RELATED WITH THE FUNCTIONING OF OFFICE CONSTITUTING THE ORGANISATION ACTS : AS PER ELECTRICITY ACT 2003 read by ESSAR 1985 AND COMPANIES ACT 1956. APPLICALBLE LAWS A. Industry Specific Laws ♦ The Electricity Act, 2003 (Note 1) 6
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 ♦ Open Access ♦ National Tariff Policy ♦ CERC Guidelines ♦ APDRP Guidelines ♦ The Indian Electricy Act, 1910 ♦ The Indian Electricity Act, 1948 ♦ The Indian Electricity Act, 1956 ♦ The Electricity Regulatory Commission Act, 1998B. Reform Laws ♦ State Reforms Act ♦ Transfer of Assets, Rules and other applicabl lawsC. Environmental Laws ♦ The Indian Boiler Regulation Act, 1923 ♦ The Boiler Rules, 1962 ♦ The Pollution Control Board Consent Condition ♦ The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 ♦ The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 ♦ The Water (Prevention-Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 ♦ The Storage of Hazardous Chemicals 1989 ♦ Hazardous Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 1989 ♦ The Environmental Statement, 1992 ♦ The Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, 1989D. Consumer Laws ♦ Consumer Protection Act, 1986 and Rules there under E. Corporate Laws ♦ The Corporate Act, 1956 ♦ Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Act, 1992 and its Regulations and Listing Agreement. ♦ The Securities Contracts (Regulations) Act, 1956 ♦ The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 ♦ Customs Act, 1962 ♦ The Income Tax Act, 1961 ♦ Central Excise Act, 1944 ♦ Cost Audit (Report) Rules, 2001 ♦ Cost Accounting Record Rules, 2001 ♦ The Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 ♦ Payment of Bonus Act, 1962 ♦ Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 ♦ Employees Provident Fund Act, 1952 (Trustees) 7
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 ♦ Employees Provident Funds Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 ♦ Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 ♦ Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 ♦ Depositories Act, 1996 ♦ Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946 ♦ Apprentices Act, 1961 with Apprenticeship Rules, 1962 ♦ The Shop and Establishment Act, 1948 and Rules ♦ Standard Weight and Measurement Act, 1985 ♦ Service Tax Act and Service Tax Rules, 1994 ♦ The Factories Act, 1948 ♦ The Factories Rules, 1963 ♦ Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923 RULES : Grid Code and General Terms & Conditions of APERC REGULATIONS : AS PER APERC MANUALS : Construction standards by REC & IE Rules. Purchase Manual, Stores Manual, APED Manual Volume I & II. RECORDS : T&D sanctions, DR sanctions, Accidents, Theft of material, Back billing cases, LS & K2 Agreements, O&M and Special O&M, Estimate sanction, Technical Sanction, Tender opening, Tender specification, Tender Schedule Issue, Tender publication, Division wise line losses, Accident cases, Accident sanction, Theft of Material, Installment for payment of arrears, CC Charges, ACD, assessments Amounts registers. CIRCULARS : On matters relating to Operation and Maintenance, Commercial, Personnel, Financial and Administration are issued from time to time.6 STATEMENT OF VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL KINDS OF DOCUMENTS LIKE NATURE AND NAME OF DURATION OF MICRO FILM, CONTENT OF DOCUMENT RECORDS REGISTER, BOOKS, DOCUMENT DISKETTE ETC 8
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 Since the formation ofFiles / Papers Proposals, individual office.related to the Files, Registers Approvals, Orders, At least for last 7matters dealt by Circulars, years. After reviewindividual office Correspondence etc old papers are destroyed.7 STRUCTURE OF CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEES IN WHICH PUBLIC REPRESENTATIVES ARE MEMBERS INCLUDING NIL8 NAME OF THE BOARD, COUNCIL, COMMITTEES ETC.INCLUDING MEMEBERS AND THEIR QUALIFICATIONS The Company is governed by its Board of Directors MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS NAME OF THE DIRECTOR DESIGNATION Sri G.Sai Prasad, IAS Chairman & Managing Director, APCPDCL Director/Finance, IT& RA Sri A. Srinivasa Rao Director/HR & Comml. Sri B. Ravindra Reddy Director/Operation Sri K. H. Ghulam Ahmed Director/Projects, P & MM Sri J. V. Pandurangam Non whole time Director Sri M. Malakondaiah, IPS Non whole time Director AUDIT COMMITTEE NAME OFTHE OTHER DESIGNATION DIRECTOR DIRECTORSHIP/s Director (Projects & Sri J. V. Pandurangam APTRANSCO/Director Construction)/APTRANSCO Sri M. Malakondaiah JMD (V & S)/APTRANSCO APTRANSCO/Director Sri K.H.Ghulam Ahmed Director/Projects, P & MM NIL 9
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 20059 DIRECTORY OF THE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES For the Directory of officers and employees, the company website may be logged on: www.apcentralpower.com For any information on the individual employee can be provided at request on payment of necessary fee.10 MONTHLY REMUNERATION AND COMPENSATION The monthly remuneration and compensation of the employees is available in the respective pay roll office, which can be provided on request and on payment of necessary fee.11 ANNUAL BUDGET ALLOCATION AND EXPENDITURE STATEMENT The annual budget allocation and expenditure is fixed as per APERC tariff order. For the tariff order the website of the company may be logged on: www.apcentralpower.com12 PROGRAMMES AND BENEFICIARIES The Company is basically involved in Distribution of Electricity through 33 KV & 11 KV Sub-stations. The Subsidy is regulated by APERC and State Government. The Beneficiaries of the consumer in CPDCL jurisdiction.13 LIST OF THE RECIPIENTS AND NATURE OF CONCESSION NIL14 INFORMATION AVAILABLE IN OFFICE The information pertaining to any particular matter is available in the concerned individual offices in electronic form in APCPDCL.15 FACILITIES AVAILABLE (LIBRARY, PUBLIC COUNTER ETC) TO CITIZEN FOR INFORMATION Costomer Service Centers. Presently there are 121 Sub-division wise Customer Service Centers functioning in CPDCL jurisdiction providing information to the consumers on various issues and also 10
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 resolving their grievances of their billing, metering providing new service connections and attending to various O&M complaints. For details of the Costomer Service Centers please log on to our Website http://www.apcentralpower.com/ Our website www.apcentralpower.com is available to the citizens for information on various activities like Consumer related information, Tariff proposals and orders, General terms and conditions of supply, careers and opportunities, circulars issued from time to time etc., of the company. Sub-station wise farmers meetings Electricity Consumer Complaint Centers - ‘155333’ receiving resolving various power supply complaints. Presently there are no Libraries, Public counters for the purpose of providing information to citizens. 16 INFORMATION ABOUT NODAL OFFICER APCPDCL/PIO/ DESIGNATION / WORKING EXPERIENCE: APPELLATE AUTHORITY STATE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERNAME SRI. A.Srinivasa Rao Sri V. V. SwamyDESIGNATION Director HR & Comml. State Public Information OfficerTELEPHONE NO. ©9440812836, ©9440813852 (O)23431021, 23431350 (O)23431014 ®23431095 ®23021795E-MAIL ADDRESS dir-hrd@apcentralpower.com spio@apcentralpower.comPLACE OF WORK & Corporate Office, APCPDCL, Corporate Office, APCPDCL, IIIADDRESS III Floor, Singareni Bhavan, Floor, Singareni Bhavan, Red Hills, Red Hills, Hyderabad – Hyderabad – 500 004 500 004 11
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 ASSISTANT PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER (S). Name of Name &S. Office Tel., Office/Administrative Designation E-mail Resi. Tel. Fax Unit of APIO O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING H. Narayana 08554 – 272941 ENGINEER/OP. Murthy 272942 de-tech-1 ANANTAPUR CIRCLE DE/T Extn: 203 apt@apcentralpower.com ENGINEERING COLLEGE ROAD Cell: 9440813194 ANANTAPUR O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING SRI. MNV. 08518 – 257069 ENGINEER/OP. Prasada Reddy 257420 de-tech-2 KURNOOL CIRCLE DE/T Cell: 9440813317 knl@apcentralpower.com 132KV SS COMPOUND, BELLARY ROAD KURNOOL O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING SRI. S. Pulla 08542 – 272714 de-tech-3 ENGINEER/OP. Reddy 272798, Cell: mbnr@apcentralpower.com MAHABOOBNAGAR CIRCLE DE/T 94408 13415 MAHABOOBNAGAR O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING Sri. L. Pandya 08465 - 276896 ENGINEER/OP. DE/T de-tech-4 MEDAK CIRCLE AT Cell: 9440813621 medak@apcentralpower.com SANGAREDDY MEDAK O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING SRI. S. Swamy 08682 – 223941 ENGINEER/OP. Reddy Fax: 223485 de-tech-5 NALGONDA CIRCLE DE/T Cell: 9440813513 nalgonda@apcentralpower.com ADJACENT TO RTC BUS STATION NALGONDA O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING Sri. V. Vijay Pal 040 – 2343 1163 ENGINEER/OP. DE/T 040-23431161 de-tech-6 HYDERABAD SOUTH CIRCLE 040-23431436 south@apcentralpower.com MINT COMPOUND Cell: 9440812914 HYDERABAD – 500 062 O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING Sri. KVS 040 – 2343 1062 ENGINEER/OP. Ramachandra Cell: 9440812827 de-tech-7 HYDERABAD NORTH CIRCLE Murthy north@apcentralpower.com MINT COMPOUND DE/T HYDERABAD – 500 062 O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING Sri. P. Rama 040 – 2343 1172 ENGINEER/OP. Prasad 040-23431173 de-tech-8 HYDERABAD CENTRAL DE/T Cell: 9440812977 CIRCLE central@apcentralpower.com MINT COMPOUND HYDERABAD – 500 062 O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING SRI. BL. 040 – 2343 1073 ENGINEER/OP. Sudhakar Reddy 040-2343 1076 de-tech-9 RANGA REDDY SOUTH CIRCLE DE/T Cell: 9440813047 rrsouth@apcentralpower.com MINT COMPOUND HYDERABAD – 500 062 O/o. THE SUPERINTENDING SRI. M. Sudhakar 040 – 2343 3500 ENGINEER/OP. Reddy Cell: 9440813130 de-tech-10 RANGA REDDY NORTH CIRCLE DE/T rrnorth@apcentralpower.com GUNROCK, NEAR 132KV SUB- STATION 12 SECUNDERABAD – 500 015
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER (S). Name of Name &S. Office Tel., Office/Administrative Designation of Resi. Tel. Fax E-mail Unit PIO CORPORATE OFFICE, APCPDCL III Floor, Singareni 23431014 (O),1 Bhavan, Red Sri V.V. Swamy 23021795 (R), spio@apcentralpower.com SPIO Cell: 94408 13852 Hills, Hyderabad Fax: 23431090 – 500 004 APPELLATE AUTHORITY Name, Jurisdiction of Designation &S. Appellate Officer Address of Office Tel., Resi. Tel. Fax E-mail (Office/Administrative Appellate units of authority) Officer. Sri A. Srinivasa Anantapur, Kurnool, APCPDCL III Floor, Rao, Mahaboobnagar, Singareni Bhavan, Direc Medak, Red Hills, tor/H Nalgonda, Hyderabad - 500 0041 R& dir-hrd@apcentralpower.com Rangareddy and Tel: 23431350,1021(O), Com Hyderabad 23431095 (R), merci Districts. Cell: 94408 12836 al 17 ANY OTHER INFORMATION IN CITIZEN RELATED FACILITIES For Redressal of Consumer grievances APEPDCL had set up in its five circles (districts) A ‘Forum for Redressal of Consumer Grievances’ has started functioning at the following address with Chairperson and a Member (Revenue Matters) in the service areas as per Citizen’s Charter keeping in view the provisions of Electricity Act-2003 and Consumer Protection Act – 1986 &1987. III Floor, Sitaram Mansion Building, Opp. to Singareni Bhavan, Red Hills, Hyderabad -500 004. Telephone Nos. Chairperson - Mobile No. 94408 13914 Member (Revenue matters) – Mobile No. 94408 13915 13
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 A Consumer Redressal Grievance Forum is set up in APCPDCL. For the above information the company website may be logged on: www.apcentralpower.com2. OFFENCES AND PENALTIES UNDER THE ELECTRICITY ACT, 2003* Particulars of offence Section Punishment Theft of electricity 135 Imprisonment upto 3 years or fine or both. Note.—(1) (i) If the theft does not exceed to KW:- fine on first conviction not to be less than 3 times of financial gain on such theft. (ii) For second or subsequent conviction the fine not to be less than 6 times of financial gain on such theft. (2)(i) If theft exceeds 10 KW fine on first conviction not to be less than 3 times of financial gain on such theft. (ii) For second or subsequent offence minimum imprisonment of 6 months and maximum of 5 years and fine upto 6 times of financial gain on such theft. Theft of electric lines or 136 Imprisonment upto 3 years or fine or both. materials Note.—For second or subsequent offence minimum imprisonment of 6 months and maximum of 5 years and fine minimum Rs. 10,000 Receiving stolen electric 137 Upto 3 year’s imprisonment or fine or both. materials Unauthorized 138 Imprisonment upto 3 years or upto fine of interference with meters Rs. 10,000 or both. or works of licensee Note.—For continuing offence a daily fine upto Rs. 500 Negligently wastage of 139 Fine upto Rs. 10,000 electricity or injuring works Maliciously wasting 140 Fine upto Rs. 10,000 electricity or injuring works Extinguishing public 141 Fine upto Rs. 2,000 lamps Non-compliance of 142 Penalty upto Rs. 1,00,000 direction by Appropriate Note.—For continuing failure, additional Commission penalty upto Rs. 6,000 for every day. Non-compliance of orders 146 Imprisonment upto 3 months or fine upto or directions Rs. 1,00,000 or both. Note.—For continuing offence, additional fine upto Rs. 5,000 for every day Offences by companies 149 Person in charge or responsible for conduct of company is punishable Abetment of offence 150 Punishment as provided in IPC 14
    • Information Manual – Right to Information Act, 2005 3. MINIMUM CLEARENCES TO BE FOLLOWED As per Electricity Act the following minimum clearances have to be maintained by theresidents while constructing the buildings underneath the overhead power line/close to theexisting power lines to avoid accidents Vertical clearance to be maintained between Horizontal clearanceS.No. Voltage the lowest conductor between the nearest and top most portion of conductor and the building the building LT and medium 1 8 feet 4 feet voltage 650 volts to 11000 2 12 feet 4 feet volts Above 11000 volts & 3 12 feet 6 feet upto 33000 volts CPDCL also requests to ensure that whenever material like pipes, MS Roads, zincsheets etc., are carried, during construction of the building, the material so carried shouldnot come into close contact with the power lines and should maintain clearances asindicated above, the public and the builders is also requested to caution the labourercarrying out the construction work to beware of the lines either adjoining or above thebuilding so as to avoid accidents. 15