Co-operation Department

Introduction

Background of this Hand-Book ( Right to Information Act. 2005):

As per RTI Act-2005 and Odisha RTI Rules,2005.

Objective / Purpose of this Hand-Book:

As per RTI Act-2005 and Odisha RTI Rules,2005.

Who are the Intended users of this hand-book?

As per RTI Act-2005 and Odisha RTI Rules,2005.

Organisation of the information in this hand-book.

As per RTI Act-2005 and Odisha RTI Rules, 2005.

Definitions of various terms used in the handbook.

As per RTI Act-2005 and Odisha RTI Rules, 2005.

Contact person.

As per RTI Act-2005 and Odisha RTI Rules,2005.

Procedure and Fee Structure.

As per RTI Act-2005 and Odisha RTI Rules,2005.

  MANUAL-1 

Particulars of Organization, Functions & Duties

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

Aims & Objectives of the Organization:

The Department of Cooperation and its field formations have been organized with the main objective of strengthening the Cooperative Movement in our Country and to ensure better income generation of the members constituting Cooperative Societies, using their common wealth through group efforts. Providing forward and backward linkage for all sorts of income generating activities of farmers, artisans, traders etc. is the goal of the Cooperatives. 

Mission/ Vision:

The Department looks forward towards Rural Development including Rural Credit and Rural Indebtedness along with Cooperative Marketing through Co-operative Societies. 

History & Background of Its Establishment:

The Cooperation Department came in to being in the year 1991 after being bifurcated from the erstwhile Agriculture and Cooperation Department vide General Administration Department Resolution No. 270-RB dated 02.01.1991.

Organization:

The Department of Cooperation has four Directorates. The Cooperative Directorate headed by the registrar of Cooperative Societies (RCS) administers through 47 Circles each headed by an Assistant R.C.S. under   13 Divisions covering erstwhile undivided districts, each Division headed by a Deputy R.C.S. The Cooperative Audit Directorate is headed by the Auditor General of Cooperative Societies (AGCS) with 16 Audit Circles each headed by an Assistant A.G.C.S. The Directorate of Agricultural Markets (DAM) is headed by the Director of Agricultural Markets with six Marketing Regions each headed by a Regional Marketing Officer (RMO). The only Cooperative Tribunal has the status of a Directorate. The Department has under its administrative control the only PSU namely Odisha State Warehousing Corporation (OSWC) constituted by a Central Act and a single statutory Board namely Odisha State Agricultural Marketing Board (OSAMB) constituted under the Odisha Agricultural Produce Marketing Act, 1956. The Minister, in-charge of Cooperation is the Chairman of the said Board and the Director of Agricultural Markets is the Member Secretary (C.E.O) of the Board. 

Organizational Chart:

A.

 

 

 

Allocation of Business: 

1

Principal Secretary

Full Power for the Department

2

Additional Secretary

 

3

Joint Secretary to Government

Matters relating to Office Establishment, Field Establishment, Account Section and Diary 

4

Deputy Secretary to Government

Matters relating to Legal, Agricultural Marketing (AGM), Co-operative Marketing & Processing (CMP) Section, Coordination and Computer Cell.

5

Deputy Secretary to Government

Matters relating to Credit Section, Consumer, O.E., F.E. and RTI.

6

Under Secretary to Government

Matters relating to O.E., F.E., R.T.I., Accounts Section, Coordination  (Confidential, Vigilance & Assembly matters)

7

Under Secretary to Government

Matters relating to computer cell, Grievance Cell,RTI Cell, Legal Cell

8

AFA-cum-under Secretary to Government

Matters relating to Finance, Budget and Audit Section.

9

Assistant Law officer

Legal Matter and Court Cases.

Duties to be Performed:

The officials allocated with the business of the Department perform their duties as per the delegation of powers brought out in the standing order No.15673 dated 29.09.2000.

Details Services Rendered:

a. The main function of the Department is to frame Act /Rules/Policies/ Guidelines for successful implementation of various programmes / activities under taken by this Department through various Cooperative Organizations.

b. Agriculture and allied activities being the major means for the livelihood of the people, the agricultural credit Cooperatives and banking cooperatives are providing Short term / Long term Credit to the People in the Credit Sector.

c. To prevent harassment of farmers for availing loan Kisan Credit Card (KCC) are being is sued to farmers for the purpose.

d. The Cooperative Banks are playing a dominant role for effective implementation of Crop Insurance Scheme, entitled "National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS)."

e. Through the Agricultural Marketing Directorate, the Odisha State of Agricultural Marketing Board, Market Regulation is being implemented for ensuring reasonable price to the producers by preventing exploitation.

f. Facilities in shape of storage of Agricultural and other produce are being provided in the Agricultural Sectors. Distribution of essential commodities like fertilizers, food grain, seed, etc is being provided to the farmers through Cooperative Societies.

g. The Consumer Cooperatives have been playing significant role in distribution of controlled and essential commodities to the people maintaining quality and price. The Housing Corporation are also playing a significant role for providing house and housing loan to the economic weaker section of the people of the Society.

h. For better functioning of the Cooperative activities and creating awareness among the public education and training among the persons of the Cooperative Organizations are being imparted.

Citizen's Interactions:

The Seminars, demonstrations, publication of fortnightly 'Samabaya Samachar' and public awareness camps are being undertaken.

Postal address of the main office attached / Subordinates Office/ field units etc.:

a. Co-operation Department, Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar -751001.

b. Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Odisha, Office of the R.C.S.(Odisha), Heads of the Department, Unit - 5, Bhubaneswar.

c. A.G.C.S. (Odisha), Office of the A.G.C.S. (Odisha). B-1 Block, Toshali Bhawan Satyanagar, Bhubaneswar-751007

d. Director Agricultural Market, OSCARD Bank Building, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg. Plot No. A/34, Unit - III, Kharvel Nagar, Bhubaneswar

e. Cooperative Tribunal, Plot No. B, Kharvel Nagar, Unit - III, Bhubaneswar.

f. Odisha Co-operative Housing Corporation Ltd., Janpath, Unit: III, Bhubaneswar, 751 001

g. Odisha State Warehousing Corporation, Plot No. 2, Cuttack Puri Road, Bhubaneswar, 751 006

h. MARKFED, Odisha, Old Station Road, Bhubaneswar, 751006

i. OSAM Boards, Plot No. A -126, Saheednagar, Bhubaneswar.

Map of Office Location:

As per the map relevant to Odisha Secretariat. 

Working hours both for office and public:

a. For Office: 10.00 A.M. to 05.00 P.M.

b. For Public: 02.00 P.M. to 05.00 P.M. 

Public Interaction, if any:

This is being done as per the need.

Grievance Redressal mechanism:

The Principal Secretary holds the grievance cell on every Saturday in the afternoon excluding holiday to hear public grievances prompt action is taken on the observation of the Principal Secretary on the relevant grievance petition as well as grievance petition received from other sources.

  MANUAL-2  

Powers & Duties of Officers & Employees

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

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Designation of Post

Powers

Duties Attached

Administrative

Financial

Statutory

Others

1.

Principal
Secretary

 

Preparation of Five Year and Annual Plan. Materials for Governor's and Chief Minister Speeches. All matters relating to the business of O.L.A. Parliament Questions. Important correspondence with the P.S.C. Reorganization of the Department, Offices of Heads of Departments and Sub-ordinate office. Sanction of continuing schemes where existing norms are proposed to be changed. New demand Schedules. Public Accounts Committee. Important Correspondence received from or addressed to Government of India. Approval of Annual Administration Report. All files which are to be submitted to the A.P.C. Minister and Chief Minister. Application for sanction from Odisha Contingency Fund. All Vigilance matters. All cases which the Principal Secretary has directed to be submitted to him /her. Tour programmes of the Full Power Heads of the Departments. Sanction of land acquisition estimates. Application for sanction from Odisha contingency Fund. Recommendation for recruitment to the OFS/OAS. Write off of losses. Promotions, confirmation and disciplinary control of Class-III Officers of the department. Distribution of work amongst officers in the Department. Crossing of E.B. of Gazetted Officers. Deputation of Gazetted Officers on foreign service terms up to the rank of Joint Registrar. Sanction of journey of Gazetted Officers outside the State. Permission to the Class-I & Class - II employees to acquire / sell movable or Immovable properties. Transfer of Non- Gazetted field staff during ban period.

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Designation of Post

                   Powers

Duties Attached

Administrative

Financial

Statutory

Others

  2.

Additional Secretary

 

Unstarred Assembly questions to be directly submitted to the Minister. Coordination of activities of the Department. Confirmation of Gazetted Officers in cases where the Government is appointing Authority. Sanction of leave, GPF Advance/ Withdrawal and other advances of Class - I Officers of Heads of Department. Pay fixation of Class - I & II Officers. Sanction of extension of temporary posts. Inspection and tour notes of Heads of Department. Important cases where reference is required to be made to the High Court/Advocate General. Acceptance of resignation of Government Servants in whose respect, he is the appointing authority. To sanction prosecution of staff where he is the appointing authority. Appointment, Promotion and confirmation of Class- III staff at Head quarters. To sanction extension of joining time upto the limit of 30 days. Cases for expunging the adverse remarks recorded in the C.C.Rs. of Non-Gazetted and specially declared Gazetted Officers. Approve para-wise comments or writ petitions and rejoinder where Government is a party. Sanction to repair of Deptt. vehicles, vehicles of Field Officers sbject to the limit prescribed in Finance Deptt. Notification No. 808 dt 27.2.05 Control and distribution of vehicles including condemnation of vehicles used by Field Officer and Heads of Officers under Cooperation Department. Disposal of unserviceable articles. Sanction of contingent expenditure. Distribution of all types of advance. All cases which the Additional Secretary has directed to be submitted to him.

       

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Designation of Post

                   Powers

Duties attached

Administrative

Financial

Statutory

Others

3.

Joint Secretary/ Deputy Secretary

 

Forwarding of application of Class - II officers for posts elsewhere. Sanction of G.P.F. and other advances and loans to Class. II Officers. Sanction of leave of Class II officers, specially declared Gazetted officers and other Class. III officer. Budget and progress of expenditure (Both Plan and Non-Plan). Issue of notifications. Pay fixation of Non-Gazetted and specially declared Gazetted Officers. Sanction of reappropriation. Correspondences with P.S.C in routine cases. Civil suite, writ petitions etc. except where matters of policy are involved. Assembly questions in absence of Secretary. Permission to Class. III and Class. IV officers to acquire dispose of movable or immovable property. Important correspondence with Heads of Departments. Inspection notes of Section Officers. Grant of Honorarium to Class. III officers in the Department. Permission to Class.III and Class. IV employees in the Department to prosecute higher studies. Crossing of E.B. of Class. III and Class. IV employees. Stepping up of pay of Class. III and Class IV employees. Sanction of deputation of Class III employees.Sanction of pension and gratuity of all Class. I and Class. II officers of cooperation Department excepting Heads of Department and all Gazetted and Non-Gazetted officers of Cooperation Department serving in the Secretariat. Sanction of E.B. and increments to section officer. Approval of Tour Programme, tour diary and counter signature of T.A. of the the Non-Gazetted staff of the Department. Purchase of Typewriters, further and stationery etc. Costing Rs. 500/- and above with concurrence of F.D. / F.A. as may be necessary. Sanction of part-final withdrawal in favour of Class.III Class. IV and S.O. of cooperation Department.

       

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Designation of Post

                   Power

Duties attached

Administrative

Financial

Statutory

Others

4.

Under
Secretary

 

Sanction of leave, Increment G.P.F. advance Normal to Class - III and Class - IV staff of the Department). Appointment of Class- IV officers and disciplinary control over them. Confirmation of Class- IV Officers. Correspondences with Heads of Departments and Sub-Ordinate Offices. Sanction of Medical reimbursement bills of the staff of this Department. Maintenance of Service Books. Purchase of materials according to normal rules and subject to availability of funds within Rs.1000/- Observance of routine in office. Sanction of cycle and Festival advance to Class -III and Class-IV staff. Sanction of Pre-audit. Issue of notices for meetings. Control and proper maintenance of Departmental vehicle. Pay fixation of Non-Gazetted and specially declared Gazetted Officer with concurrence of F.A. or A.F.A. as the case may be. Sanction of C.L. to call class-IV (except orderly Peons Class - III and Specially declared Gazetted Officers

 

 

 

 

5.

A.F.A-cum-
Under Secretary

 

Follow up action regarding draft para, appropriation of accounts and Audit reports. Sanction of re-appropriation as per rules and with concurrence of Finance Department. Submission of Surrender Statements. Preparation of budget estimate, Supplementary Demand Schedules, Budget Supplementary and all other matters relating to Budget. Communication and acceptance of Departmental actuals to the A.G. Allotment of funds. Settlement of budget objections, draft para and appropriation Accounts. Dispose of all matters referred to him for financial advice as per rules /instructions. Accounting procedure for the schemes executed in the Department. All other task not specified above but assigned by Principal Secretary/ Special Secretary.

 

 

 

 

  MANUAL-3  

Procedure Followed in Decision Making Process

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

Framing of Acts & Rules

(a)  Framing of Acts

    As regards procedure followed for framing of Acts at the outset, a proposal is sent to Law Department to examine the viability of framing the proposed Act Thereafter, a Cabinet Memorandum alongwith the Draft Bill is prepared with concurrence of the Law Department and the same is placed before the Hon'ble Chief Minister for placement of the matter before the next meeting of the Cabinet. After necessary order is passed by Hon'ble Chief Minister, required copies of the Memorandum are sent to the Parliamentary Affairs Department for placement of the proposal before the Cabinet. When the proposal is approved by the Cabinet, the matter is again referred to the Law Department. Thereafter, the Draft Bill is placed before the Assembly. After the same is passed in the floor of the Assembly, the Act came into being by way of publication in the Odisha Gazette.

(b)   Framing of Rules

    Before framing of statutory Rules, the Draft Rules are prepared by the Department and sent to the Law Department for vetting. After vetting of the Law Department, the Draft Rules are placed before the Hon'ble Chief Minister for approval. Before issue of the Rules, the same shall be laid before the State Legislature for a total period of 14 (fourteen) days which may be comprised in one or more sessions and if during the said period, the State Legislature makes modifications, if any, therein, the Rules shall thereafter have effect only in such modified form, so, however, that such modification shall be without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under the Rules. However, in case of proposal for making or amending of Rules regulating the recruitment and conditions of service of the employees of the Department, the matter is placed before the Cabinet for approval after vetting of the Draft Rules by the General Administration Department and the Law Department. After approval of the Cabinet, the matter is placed before. His Excellency the Governor by the Hon'ble Chief Minister for approval before issue of such Rules.

Issue of Circulars / Guidelines / Regulations / Notifications etc. within the Framework of Statutory Provision / Rules / Policies

     Notifications / Regulations / Orders on the interpretation and implementation of statutory Rules and Provisions are issued with the prior concurrence of Law Department.

     The level of supervision springs from Section Officer and moves upto Secretary of the Department. Intermediary officers conduct supervision as per the powers delegated to them. The persons involved in the process are accountable for every omission and commission, if any, as per Government Servants' Conduct Rules, 1959.

  MANUAL-4  

Norms for Discharge of Functions

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

Sl.  No.

Activity

Time Frame / Norm

Remarks

1

2

3

4

1

Diary of letter

3 minutes per letter

-

2

Senior / Junior Assistant

  • Disposal of 'A' Class receipt- Normally more than two hours.
  • Disposal of 'B' Class receipt - Normally between one and two hours.
  • Disposal of 'C' Class receipt - less than one hour  Other non-yardstick work - The time for disposal of such work varies depending on nature & volume of work.

 -

3

Typing Job

20 pages per day

-

4

Despatch of letter

5 minutes per letter

Registered dak including entry in messenger book

  MANUAL-5  

Rules,Regulations, Instructions, Manuals & Records for Discharging Functions

[Section-4 (1) (b) (v)]

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No.

Name of the Act, Rules & Regulations

Brief list of the contents

Reference No. if any

Price in case of priced publication

1

2

3

4

5

1

The Odisha Co-operative Service (Recruitment and Conditions of Service Rules, 1974.)

Recruitment and Conditions of Service of OCS Officers

 

 

2

The Warehousing Corporation Act -1962

To provide  for the incorporation and regulation of the Corporation for the purpose of W.H. of Agricultural produce and certain other commodities and for matters connected therewith.

No.58 of 19th Dec. 1962

 

3

The Warehousing Corporation Rules -1974

To provide for the incorporation and regulation of the Corporation for the purpose of W.H. of Agricultural produce and certain other commodities and for matters connected therewith.

SRO.No.719/74 Dated 20 / 24.09.1974

 

4

Odisha Co-operative Societies Act 1962.
Odisha Co-operative Societies Rules1965. 
Odisha Co-operative Societies (Elections to the Committees) Rules 1992

For organization of Co-operative Societies in the State for up-liftment of economical condition of the poor member of the Co‑operative Societies

 

 

5

Odisha Agricultural Produce Markets Act, 1956.Odisha Agricultural Produce Markets Rules 1958

To establish Regulated Market Committee in the State to regulate the purchase & sale of the Agricultural Produce of the poor farmers and to save them from the exploitation of the middle man in getting their remunerative price of the produce.

 

 

6

The Odisha Co-operative Service (Recruitment and Conditions of service) Rules 1974.

Service Condition

SRO No.185/74 Dated 26.02.1974 Notification No. 1351 dated 28.07. 1984

 

7

OSWC Employees Provident Fund Regulation - 1969

 -

SRO No. 180/70

 

8 Odisha Co-operative Societies (Amendment) Act, 2012      
9 Odisha State Co-operative Election Commissioner (Appointment, Conditions of Service and Miscellaneous Provisions) Rules, 2013      

  MANUAL-6  

 Categories of Documents under Control

[Section-4 (1) (b) (vi)]

Sl. No.

Nature of Record

Details  of   Information Available

Unit/Section where Available

Retention Period, where Available

1

2

3

4

5

1

OE-I-P

Matters relating to personal Matter of the Govt. employees of Coop Deptt.

Office Establishment

 

2

OE-II-A

Matters relating to Administrative Business

Office Establishment

 

3

OE-I-M

Maters relating to Miscellaneous subject

Office Establishment

 

4

OE-III-M

Miscellaneous Matters

Office Establishment

 

5

OE-III-MV

Motor vehicles(Secretariat Establishment) & Motor vehicles   of Minister's Establishment.

Office Establishment

 

6

OE-III-T

All Correspondence on Telephones

Office Establishment

 

7

OE-III-A

All types of Assembly Questions

Office Establishment

 

8

OE-IA

All type of advances

Office Establishment

 

9

I-FE - A

GPF etc

Field Establishment

 

10

I-F.E-IIA

D.P.C Transfer and Posting of the OCS (both Audit & Admn.Officers)

Field Establishment

 

11

I-FE-M

Miscellaneous Matter

Field Establishment

 

12

I-FE-III-P

Personal Matters of OCS Officers

Field Establishment

 

13

I-FE-(HBA)

House Building Advances of the field staffs.

Field Establishment

 

14

Pen. Coop-Gaz

Pension Case of Gazetted Officers (Rtd) encoding Q.R.M. of Pension.

Field Establishment

 

15

Pen-Coop-NG

Pension Cases Non Govt.Officers to review by the Govt.

Field Establishment

 

  MANUAL-7  

Particulars of Arrangement in Formulation  Policy

[Section-4 (1) (b) (vii)]

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Name and address of the Consultative Committees/ Bodies

Constitutions of the Committee/Body

Role and Responsibility

Frequency of Meetings

1 2 3 4 5

1

Board of Directors of Odisha State Warehousing Corporation, Cuttack Road, Bhubaneswar

The Board of Directors of OSWC is constituted with 5 Directors nominated by Central Warehousing Corporation and 5 Directors nominated by the State Government.

General supervision and Management of the affairs of the State Warehousing Corporation

As and when required

2

Odisha State Agricultural Marketing Board, Plot No.326 (Opposite New Bus Stand) Baramunda, Bhubaneswar

4 Official members to be nominated by State Government.

2 Non-Official members nominated by the State Government from among the leading cooperators

2 members of O.L.A.

3 Non-Official members from Market Committee.

3 Government officials & Minister, Cooperation, the Ex-officio Chairman of the Board

Supervision and control over the working and other affairs of the Market Committee including Programme under taken by such committee for the development of Markets & Market areas.

At least once in every three months. Emergency meeting of the Board can be convened by the Chairman at any time at short notice.

  MANUAL-8  

Boards, Councils, Committees & Other Bodies Constituted

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

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No.

Name and address of the body

Main function of the body

Constitution of the body

Date of Constitution

1

2

3

4

5

1

Board of Directors of Odisha State Warehousing Corporation, Cuttack Road, Bhubaneswar.

General Superintendence and management of the affairs of the OSWC.

5 Directors nominated from Central Warehousing Corporation & 5 Directors Nominated by the State Government

Notification No.12771 dt.28.09.2006

2

Odisha State Agricultural Marketing Board, Plot No.326 (Opposite New Bus Stand) Baramunda, Bhubaneswar.

Superintendence and control over the working & other affairs of the Market Committee including Programme under taken by such Committee for the development of Market & Market areas.

4 Official members to be nominated by State Government.
2 Non-official members nominated by State Govt. from among the leading Co-operators.
2 members of O.L.A.
3 Non-official members from Market Committee.
3 Govt officials & Minister Cooperation the Ex-Officio Chairman of the Board.

Notification No.7459 dt.23.05.2008

3

Odisha State Coop. Council

Review the functions of the cooperatives and suggest measures for development.

8 official members, 2 members of OLA & 4 non-official members.

From the date of Notification

4

State level Advisory Board

Advice the Govt.for development of Labour Coop. Societies.

Nine official members including Minister, Cooperation as Chairman.

23.8.03

5

State level coordination Committee on Crop Insurance.

On acceptance and implementation of National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS) w.e.f. Rabi 1999-2000 Crop season the Govt. have constituted the State Level Coordination Committee on Crop Insurance (SLCCI) under the chairmanship of APC for monitoring and overseeing etc

8 Official members, including I Representative of Ministry of Agriculture, Govt.of India /N.S.S.O/NABARD/RBI/OSCB/AIC and the convener of SLBC

No. 20722/ Coop dt 5.10.1999

6

State Level/Dist Level Monitoring and Reviewing Committee (SLMRC & DLMRC)

To review the Short term credit structure for preparation of DAP & execution of MOUs for its implementation by OSCB /CCBs.

In State Level 2 Official members including 4 non-official members from RBI, NABARD, OSCB.
In District Level 1 official member including 5 non‑official members from RBI, NABARD, OSCB & DCCB.

Resolutions 13273/Coop dt 18.10.05

7

Regulatory Committee

Transfer & Posting of Secretaries of CCBs

3 Official members including Minister Cooperation as chairman and 2 OSCB members.

Order No. 13533/Coop dt 25.10.04

8

Steering Committee

Revival / Lease /Sale of Coop Cold Storage.

3 Official members Including 1 technical personal.

No. 13294 Dt. 18.10.04

9

State level Co-ordination Committee (SLCC) on I.C.D.P.

Implementation of ICDP in Koraput & Malkangiri district.

9 official members, 2 non-official members, one from NCDC,  New Delhi other from NABARD.

No.1760/Coop
Dt.03.02.2007

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Date up to which valid

Whether meetings open to public

Whether minutes accessible to public

Frequency of meetings

Remarks

 

6

7

8

9

10

1

3 years from the date of constitutions.

No

No

As and when required

 

2

4 years

No

No

As and when required

 

3

3 years

No

No

As and when required

 

4

2 years from the date of Notification.

No

No

Twice in a year

 

5

Until further order

No

No

Twice a year and in case of emergency special meeting would be held.

 

6

Until further order

No

No

Four time within a year

 

7

Until further order

No

No

As and when required

 

8

Until further order

No

No

As and when required

 

9

Till Completion of the Scheme

No

No

As and when required

 

  MANUAL-9 

Directory of Officers & Employees

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

Sl No. Name Designation Contact No. Fax e-Mail Id Address
1 Dr. Krishan Kumar,IAS Commissioner-cum-Secretary 0674-2536994 0674-2536958 coopsec@ori.nic.in Co-operation Department Govt. of Odisha
2 Bharat Chandra Bhera, OAS (SAG),  Addl. Secretary        
3 Shri
Sangram
Keshari
Mohapatra,
OAS
(SAG)
Addl. Secretary        
4 Pratap Kumar Mishra, OAS Ex-Officio Jt. Secy.        
5 Vacant Deputy Secretary        
6 Prasanna Kumar Mishra, OCS Deputy Secretary        
7 Nanda Kishore Tiyu, OSS Under Secretary        
8 Umakanta Mishra, OSS Under Secretary        
9 Bibhuti Bhusan Patra, OSS Under Secretary        
10 Smt. Deepa Nayak, OFS AFA-cum-Under Secretary        
11 Debadatta Mishra D.O.        
12 Md. Ashraf Ali D.O.        
13 Ch. Ramesh Ch. Kar D.O        
14 Padmanav Jena D.O.        
15 Ratnakar Pradhan D.O.        
16 Amulya Kumar Mohanty S.O.        
17 Pitambar Hembram S.O.        
18 Padmalochan Das S.O.        
19 Kailash Chandra Behera S.O.        
20 Sudhakar Swain S.O.        
21 Sukadeb Das S.O.        
22 Chittaranjan Nayak S.O        
23 Bipin Chandra Nayak S.O.        
24 Ashok Kumar Nayak ALO        
25 Ranjit Kumar Dutta ASO        
26 Jatindra Pradhan ASO        

Sl No. Name Designation Contact No. Fax e-Mail Id Address
26 Girish Chandra Dharua ASO        Co-operation Department Govt. of Odisha
27 Pradeep John Kujur ASO        
28 Srinibas Lenka ASO        
29 Runtu Kumar Sahu ASO        
30 Rajashree Rout ASO        
31 Smita Mohanty ASO        
32 Pratiksha Bagh ASO        
33 Saswati S. Behera ASO        
34 Suraj Prakash Jati ASO        
35 Indramani Mohanta ASO        
36 Devi Prasad Behera ASO        
37 Purusottam Patra AAO        
38 Pradeepta Kumar Panda Auditor        
39 Rabi Nayak Auditor        
40 Pradeep Ku. Sahoo Auditor        
41 Dharanidhar Anchal Supdt. Level-I        
42 Akshya Kumar Panda SGT        
43 Swarnendu Mishra SGT        
44 Akshya Kumar Jena Data Entry Operator        
45 Dibya Sekhar Pal Data Entry Operator        
46 BIjay Kumar Barah Sr. Driver        
47 Maheswar Samal Driver        
48 Prafulla  Ku.  Sahoo  , Driver        
49 Debendra Ku. Jena Driver        
50 Mangaraj Pradhan SGR        

 

Sl No. Name Designation Contact No. Fax e-Mail Id Address
51 Susil Ku. Pattnaik JGD       Co-operation Department Govt. of Odisha 
52 Baikunthanath Mallick JGD        
53 Budhadev Tirkey R.S.        
54 Arjun Kumar Das Daftary        
55 N. Mallesu,  Zamadar        
56 Rabindra Ku. Mohapatra Peon        
57 Dhaneswar Behera Peon        
58 Prasanta Ku. Mohanty Peon        
59 Rabindra Ku. Behera Peon        
60 Santosh Ku. Samal Peon        
61 Pradyumna Ku. Sahoo Peon        
62 Sanjay Kumar Mohanty Peon        
63 Ramesh Ch. Nayak Peon        
64 D. Chitti Peon        
65 Parbati Mohanty Peon        
66 Masang Murmu Peon        
67 Irmihas Tirkey Peon        
68 Pravat Ku. Nanda Peon        
69 Gatikrushna Dutta Peon        
70 Kali Naik Peon        
71 Laxmipriya Panda Peon        
72 Prasanta Ku. Behera Peon        
73 K. Rabindra Nath Rao Peon        
74 Anjana Das Peon        

MANUAL-10 
Monthly Remuneration & Compensation of Officers & Employees

   [Section-4 (1) (b) (x)]

Sl No. Name Designation Level Basic Pay As on 01.04.2018
1 Dr. Krishan Kumar,IAS Commissioner-cum-Secretary - 188200
2 Bharat Chandra Bhera, OAS (SAG),  Addl. Secretary 16 127100
3 Debananda Panigrahi, OSS Deputy Secretary 13 69700
4 Prasanna Kumar Mishra, OCS Deputy Secretary 13 91100
5 Nanda Kishore Tiyu, OSS Under Secretary 12 71100
6 Umakanta Mishra, OSS Under Secretary 12 69000
7 Bibhuti Bhusan Patra, OSS Under Secretary 12 69000
8 Smt. Deepa Nayak, OFS AFA-cum-Under Secretary 12 67000
9 Debadatta Mishra D.O. 11 64100
10 Md. Ashraf Ali D.O. 11 66000
11 Ch. Ramesh Ch. Kar D.O 11 66000
12 Padmanav Jena D.O. 11 62200
13 Ratnakar Pradhan D.O. 11 60400
14 Amulya Kumar Mohanty S.O. 11 60400
15 Pitambar Hembram S.O. 11 58600
16 Padmalochan Das S.O. 10 55200
17 Kailash Chandra Behera S.O. 11 60400
18 Sudhakar Swain S.O. 11 62200
19 Sukadeb Das S.O. 11 60400
20 Chittaranjan Nayak S.O 10 55200
21 Bipin Chandra Nayak S.O. 10 55200
22 Ashok Kumar Nayak ALO 10 55200
23 Ranjit Kumar Dutta ASO 9 46200
24 Jatindra Pradhan ASO 9 37600
25 Girish Chandra Dharua ASO 9 37600

 

Sl No. Name Designation Level Basic Pay As on 01.04.2018
26 Pradeep John Kujur ASO 9 37600
27 Srinibas Lenka ASO 9 46200
28 Runtu Kumar Sahoo ASO 9 36500
29 Rajashree Rout ASO 9 36500
30 Smita Mohanty ASO 9 36500
31 Pratiksha Bagh ASO 9 36500
32 Saswati S. Behera ASO 9 36500
33 Suraj Prakash Jati ASO 9 36500
34 Indramani Mohanta ASO 9 36500
35 Devi Prasad Behera ASO 9 36500
36 Purusottam Patra AAO 11 64100
37 Pradeepta Kumar Panda Auditor 9 44900
38 Rabi Nayak Auditor 9 43600
39 Pradeep Ku. Sahoo Auditor 9 36500
40 Dharanidhar Anchal Supdt. Level-I 9 50500
41 Akshya Kumar Panda SGT 8 44100
42 Swarnendu Mishra SGT 8 42,800
43 Akshya Kumar Jena Data Entry Operator 4 21100
44 Dibya Sekhar Pal Data Entry Operator 4 21100
45 BIjay Kumar Barah Sr. Driver 8 40400
46 Maheswar Samal Driver 8 39200
47 Prafulla  Ku.  Sahoo  , Driver 8 39200
48 Debendra Ku. Jena Driver 8 39200
49 Mangaraj Pradhan SGR 8 39200
50 Susil Ku. Pattnaik JGD 4 31100
Sl. No. Name Designation Level Basic Pay As on 01.04.2018
51 Baikunthanath Mallick JGD 4 31100
52 Budhadev Tirkey R.S. 3 29700
53 Arjun Kumar Das Daftary 3 30600
54 N. Mallesu,  Zamadar 4 31100
55 Rabindra Ku. Mohapatra Peon 3 29700
56 Dhaneswar Behera Peon 3 30600
57 Prasanta Ku. Mohanty Peon 3 30600
58 Rabindra Ku. Behera Peon 3 30600
59 Santosh Ku. Samal Peon 3 29700
60 Pradyumna Ku. Sahoo Peon 3 30600
61 Sanjay Kumar Mohanty Peon 3 29700
62 Ramesh Ch. Nayak Peon 3 29700
63 D. Chitti Peon 3 30600
64 Parbati Mohanty Peon 3 29700
65 Masang Murmu Peon 3 29700
66 Irmihas Tirkey Peon 3 29700
67 Pravat Ku. Nanda Peon 3 30600
68 Gatikrushna Dutta Peon 2 29300
69 Kali Naik Peon 2 27600
70 Laxmipriya Panda Peon 1 21000
71 Prasanta Ku. Behera Peon 1 18600
72 K. Rabindra Nath Rao Peon 1 9770
73 Anjana Das Peon 1 8880

  MANUAL-11  

 Budget Allocated to each Agency

[Section-4 (1) (b) (xi)]

 

PLAN & PROPOSAL FOR PROGRAMME EXPENDITURE-2018-19

Rs. In Lakh 

SI. No

Name of the Scheme

Total

1

2

3

1

Information, Education and Communication

20.00

2

Conversion of Short Term Crop loan to Medium Term loan on account of natural calamities

0.03

3

Computerisation of PACS/UCBs/OSCB/CCBs

0.03

4

Subsidy to ICDP

0.03

5

Share Capital investment in ICDP

0.03

6

Loans to ICDP

0.03

7

Providing Free Mobile Phones to farmers to access market information

300.00

0

8

Strengthening and Development of Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure

300.00

9

Grants to Odisha State Cooperative Union

235.00

10

Education,Research and Training

20.00

11

IT- infrastructure -Computerisation & e-Governance

100.00

12

Construction of Office Buildings

400.00

13

Construction of Residential Buildings

100.00

14

Interest Subsidy/ Subvention to the Coop. Banks/PACS for providing Crop loan at 5% interest to the farmers

45386.06

15

Interest Subsidy/ Subvention towards conversion of ST crop loan to MT loan on natural calamities

0.03

16

Interest Subvention to Commercial Banks/ RRBs to provide crop loan

1500.00

17

Interest Subvention on agricultural term loans provided by Co­operative Banks and Commercial Banks

0.03

18

Construction of Office Buildings and Godowns for SCs/ PACS/ LAMPCS

500.50

19

Share Capital investment in Cooperative Credit Institution

4200.00

20

Financial Support to Coop. Institutions for infrastructure Development

99.44

21

Financial Assistance for financial restructuring of MARKFED

100.00

22

Establishment of Agro-Service Centre in PACS

0.03

23

Financial Assistance for Merger of LTCCS with the STCCS

0.03

24

Assistance to Sugar Mills

700.00

25

Interest free Loan for Procurement

10000.00

26

Warehousing Infrastructure Fund (WIF)

0.03

27

Creation of Warehousing facilities under RIDF

0.03

28

Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY)

40000.00

 

Total

103961.33

 

 Budget provision under EOM of cooperation, Department for the Year 2018-19

Rs. In Lakh

SI.No

Name of the offices (Controlling officers)

2018-19

Budget Provision

1

2

3

1

State Co-operative Election Commission

108.38

2

RCS, Odisha

7454.59

3

A.G.C.S, Odisha

3486.67

 4

Director, Agricultural Marketing

182.81

5

Secretariat Establishment

1209.45

6

Co-operative Tribunal

143.62

 

Total Voted

12585.52

 

1. Click here to view the Budget provision for the year 2016-17

 

2. Click here to view theBudget provision (Plan) for the year 2016-17

 

3. Click here to view the expenditure for 2015-16

Major Head / Sl.
No.

Deptt. Scheme Code / Resource Head

Name of the Scheme / Plan Type

Sector (Dist/ State)

Budget Provision (In TRS)

Admin. Deptt.

SP/SS OF CSP

SALARY(PAY/ DP/DA / HRA / RC/OA out of Col.5

CS OF CSP/ CP

TSP FLOW out of Col.5

SCP FLOW out of Col.5

TSP FLOW out of Col.7

SCP FLOW out of Col.7

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Expenditure

 

306021. 462

   

67762. 000

50624. 462

     

24255

COP07003 NCDC(SS)

Subsidy to Integrated Co-operative Development Project. SP

State

3500

-

-

775

581

-

-

-do‑

24256

NEW(EAP)

Multi State Agricultural Competitiveness Project. SP

State

5000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-do‑

24257

NEW(OTHERS)

Assistance to Co-operative Sugar Mills / Industry. SP

State

30000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-do‑

24358

COP07006 (OTHERS)

Strengthening and development of Agricultural Marketing Infra-structure. SP

State

9600

-

-

7150

-

-

-

-do‑

44259

COP07007
(NABARD)

Share Capital Contribution to Co-operative Credit Institution Code No.25112 (i). SP

State

100000

-

-

33600

-

-

-

-do‑

442510

COP07008 NCDC(SS)

Share Capital Investment in I.C.D.P. SP

State

19600

-

-

4343

3257

-

-

-do‑

642511

COP07010 NCDC (SS)

Loans to I.C.D.P. SP State

13000

-

-

2882

2162

-

-

-do‑

642512

COP07017 (OTHERS)

Loan support to Cooperative. SP

State

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-do‑

 Total:

675000

-

-

158380

87850

-

-

 

Total Budget provision= Rs.675000000

Total Expenditure up to July 2008= Rs.336021462 49.78 % of expenditure

 

  MANUAL-12 

Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes

[Section-4 (1) (b) (xii)]

Sl.
No
.

Name and address of the institution

Purpose for which subsidy provided

No. of benefi
ciaries

Amount of Subsidy

Previous years utilization progress

Previous years achievements

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1

Odisha State Cooperative Union Ltd., BHUBANESWAR through RCS Odisha under State Plan Scheme.

Information and publicity programmers

One

Rs.3.01 Lakh

Nil

-

2

Grants to women Cooperatives under centrally sponsored Scheme "Macro Management of Agriculture Supplementation/
Complementation of State Efforts through work plan through RCS, Odisha.

Self Employment Mahila Coop. Organisation Ltd Berhampur, Ganjam.

Alaka Multi Purpose Thrift and credit Coop Society Ltd.Utartota, Balasore.

Maa Astabhuja MPCS Ltd. Kumbhapada, Puri

Prativa MPCS Ltd.Badagharia Sahi, Puri

Maa Samaleswari MPCS Ltd. Main Road Patnagarh, Bolongir

Purneswari Mahila Bikash MPCS Ltd. Karanjia,Mayurbhanja

Subhashri MPCS Ltd., Kamakshya Nagar, Dhenkanal

Maa Brahmoni Devi Womens Credit & Larif Coop Society Ltd. Budhapal, Dhenkanal

Vikash Mahila MPCS Ltd Muniguda, Rayagada

Maa Brahmani  Devi Mahila MPCS Ltd.,Golagam Po‑ Bhaliadiji, Nayagarh

To meet the expenditure for implementation of the schemes.

10

Rs. 7.20 Lakh(Rs.72,000/‑ for each
 beneficiaries)

 

 

New Schemes & Programmes:

1. Memorandum for Proposals Involving Expenditure on ‘Grading and Standardization of Agricultural Procedure'

2. Memorandum for Proposals Involving Expenditure on ‘Providing Free Mobile Phones to Farmers to Access Market Information'

3. Resolution on Modified National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (MNAIS) - Implementation during Rabi 2012-13 Crop Season for Paddy Crop.

4. Scheme-wise Plan Proposals for Annual Plan 2013-14 in Respect of Cooperation Department

5. Click here to view the Pradhan Mantri  Fasal Bima Yojana  implementation during Kharif 2016 Crop season.

6. Click here to view the Schemes and Progammes.

  MANUAL-13  

Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or Authorizations Granted

[Section-4 (1) (b) (xiii)]

1. Scheme-wise Plan Proposals for Annual Plan 2013-14 in Respect of Cooperation Department

  MANUAL-14  

Information Available in an Electronic Form

[Section-4 (1) (b) (xiv)]

Sl No

URL

1

2

1

http://www.rtiodisha.in/pa/REVQVC8zNC8zNC8xOQ==

2

http://coopodisha.in/

  MANUAL-15 

Particulars of Facilities Available to Citizens for Obtaining Information

[Section-4 (1) (b) (xv)]

Sl. No.

Facility available

Nature of Information available

Working hours

1 2 3 4

1

By way of personal contact with the Public Information Officer of the Cooperation Department

Acts, Rules, Circulars & Notification etc.

2.00 P.M.to 5.00 P.M. every working day on ascertain of the availability of Public Information Officer over telephone.

  MANUAL-16  
Names, Designations & Other Particulars of the Public Information Officers
[Section-4 (1) (b) (xvi)]

Public Information Officers (PIOs):

Sl. No.

Designation of officer designated as PIO

Postal address

Telephone No

E-mail address

Demarcation of Area/Activities, if more than one PIO is there

 1

Bharat Behera, Additional Secretary to Govt.,
Cooperation Department

Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar

0674-2533123

 

Consumer, CMP, AGM, Credit, Legal, Grievance Cell, Computer Cell

 2

Pratap Kumar Mishra, Ex- Officio jt. Secy.

     

OE,FE, Finance, Budget, Accounts, Coordination and Vigillance

 3

Shri Umakanta Mishra Under Secretary to Govt.,
Cooperation Department

 Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar  0674-2322225    Office Establishment, Coordination and Vigillance

4

Shri Bibhuti Bhusan Patra, Under Secretary to Govt., Cooperation Department (Nodal)

Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar

0674-2322225

-

Nodal PIO

5

Sri Debananda Panigrahy
DeputySecretary to Govt.,
Cooperation Department

Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar

-

-

Field  Establishment Section

6

Deepa Nayak, O.F.S
AFA-Cum-Under Secretary to Govt.

 Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar

0674-2322616

-

Finance / Budget/ Audit Section

7

Shri Prasanna Kumar Mishra,Deputy Secretary to Govt.

 Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar  0674-  

AGM,CMP, Ware Housing, Cooperative Election Commission & Legal Section

8

Shri Nanda Kishore  Tiyu,Under Secretary to Govt.

 Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar    

Accounts Section, Accounts Cash and Accounts Bill, Computer Cell, Grievance Cell(including C.Ms Grievance including all allegations)

9

Shri Surya Kumar Mishra, Deputy Secretary

 Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar    

Credit  Section

First Appellate Authority (FAA):

Sl. No.

Designation of the officer designated as first appellate authority

Postal address

Telephone No.

E-mail address

Demarcation of Area/ Activities, if more than one appellate authority is there

1

Debananda Panigrahi, Deputy Sec.

Co-operation Deptt. Odisha Secretariat, Bhubaneswar

2322222 (O)
2393140 (O)

 

-

-

 

  MANUAL-17  

Other Useful  Information

[Section-4 (1) (b) (xvii)]

All other information as may be prescribed for dissemination shall be collated, tabulated. Compiled, collected and provided in the form of manual from time to time.

 

 Important Policies & Decisions

[Section-4 (1) (c)]

Sl. No.

Name of the Policies & Decisions

1

2

1 The Odisha Cooperative Service (Requirement),Amendment Rules,1991
2 The Odisha Subordinate Co-operative Service (Recruitment and Conditions of Service) Rules, 1992
3 Amendment of OSWC Employee's Provident Fund Regulations, 1969
4 Odisha State Warehousing Rules, 1974
5 The Odisha Cooperative Service(Recruitment and conditions of Service) Rules, 1974
6 The Odisha Co-operative Service (Recruitment and Conditions of Service) (Amendment) Rules, 1991
7

Odisha Co-operative Societies (Amendment) Act, 2012

8

Odisha State Co-operative Election Commissioner (Appointment, Conditions of Service and Miscellaneous Provisions) Rules, 2013

9

Memorandum for Proposals Involving Expenditure on 'Grading and Standardization of Agricultural Procedure'

10

Memorandum for Proposals Involving Expenditure on 'Providing Free Mobile Phones to Farmers to Access Market Information'

11 Resolution on Modified National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (MNAIS) - Implementation during Rabi 2012-13 Crop Season for Paddy Crop.
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