ALIMCO Manuals


MANUAL – X

 The Pay Scale received by each of its officers and employees.

SL.No. P. No. Employee Name Pay Scale
1 1756 S K PANDEY 25310 - 86630
2 1804 SHYAM LAL 23530 - 80630
3 1853 G B SHUKLA 40000 - 140000
4 1858 LAXMI NARAYAN SHARMA 23530 - 80630
5 1932 KAMLESH SINGH 27090 - 92630
6 1937 VIJAY SHANKER SAINI 23530 - 80630
7 1940 RADHEY SHYAM 19430 - 67500
8 1941 BIPIN KUMAR 19430 - 67500
9 1942 RAMESH CHANDRA BARIK 23530 - 80630
10 1944 BACHCHU SAMADDAR 18790 - 64130
11 1953 DEEPAK KUMAR DUBEY 23530 - 80630
12 1955 PAPPU 18790 - 64130
13 1956 RAJANI KANT MISHRA 19430 - 67500
14 1957 RAMU  19430 - 67500
15 1958 RAM NARAIN 19430 - 67500
16 1961 UDAY KUMAR 19430 - 67500
17 1962 SUNIL KUMAR THAKUR 19430 - 67500
18 1963 JAYANT KUMAR  19430 - 67500
19 1964 HARE KRISHNA SINGH 18790 - 64130
20 1965 PRADEEP KUMAR SHUKLA 19430 - 67500
21 1971 SRI KANT RAM 23530 - 80630
22 1975 DEEPAK KUMAR 25310 - 86630
23 1976 SUSHEEL KUMAR SHARMA 18790 - 64130
24 1979 VIBHA FAUJDAR 60000 - 180000
25 1980 SOMA SHARMA 18790 - 64130
26 1983 RAJESH KUMAR GUPTA 25310 - 86630
27 1986 SUBHRAJIT TAPADAR 70000 - 200000
28 1988 RAMESH CHAND 80000 - 220000
29 1993 SUDHIR KUMAR DUBEY 19430 - 67500
30 1995 SURESH KUMAR TEWARI 17820 - 61130
31 1998 K V RAJESH 80000 - 220000
32 2000 R K TIWARI 60000 - 180000
33 2001 K D GOTE 60000 - 180000
34 2002 MALTI DEVI 18790 - 64130
35 2003 A K SINGH 90000 - 240000
36 2006 MAHESH SINGH 50000 - 160000
37 2011 SHABEENA PARVEEN 27090 - 92630
38 2013 UTTAM PRAKASH 23530 - 80630
39 2014 DHARMESH KUMAR 23530 - 80630
40 2015 RAKESH KUMAR 19430 - 67500
41 2016 LALIT KUMAR YADAV 17820 - 61130
42 2019 ABHASH DWIVEDI 19430 - 67500
43 2020 A K RATHORE 23530 - 80630
44 2022 AJAI PRATAP TRIPATHI 19430 - 67500
45 2023 MUMTAZ HUSSAIN 23530 - 80630
46 2024 DEEP KUMAR 17820 - 61130
47 2026 AKHILESHWAR SINGH 18790 - 64130
48 2027 ANIMESH BHATTACHARYA 19430 - 67500
49 2028 BRAJ BHAN SINGH 19430 - 67500
50 2030 NEERAJ PRATAP SINGH 18790 - 64130
51 2031 NAGENDRA PRASAD 18790 - 64130
52 2032 RAMESH SINGH 23530 - 80630
53 2033 RAM CHANDRA SINGH KAINTURA 19430 - 67500
54 2034 RAM SIROMANI 19430 - 67500
55 2035 SANJAY SINGH 18790 - 64130
56 2036 SHIV KUMAR MISHRA 17820 - 61130
57 2037 TARAN JEET SINGH  17820 - 61130
58 2038 VIPIN SINGH RAWAT  23530 - 80630
59 2039 YOGENDRA KUMAR SHARMA 19430 - 67500
60 2040 AMIT KUMAR TIWARI 19430 - 67500
61 2041 JITENDRA SINGH 18790 - 64130
62 2042 NAGENDRA KR TIWARI 18790 - 64130
63 2043 SURENDRA SINGH SIKARWAR 23530 - 80630
64 2044 ASHISH SHUKLA 17820 - 61130
65 2045 MOHD  NOMAN 18790 - 64130
66 2047 MOHD  MUDASSIR 17820 - 61130
67 2048 RAKESH PANDEY 19430 - 67500
68 2049 CHANDRA PRAKASH 17820 - 61130
69 2051 ANUPAM YADAV 50000 - 160000
70 2056 RAM NARESH 23530 - 80630
71 2057 RINA DUTTA 18790 - 64130
72 2059 VIVEK KUMAR 18790 - 64130
73 2060 DHEERENDRA PRATAP SINGH 17820 - 61130
74 2061 SUDHIR KUMAR GUPTA 17820 - 61130
75 2063 ATUL RUSTAGI 100000 - 260000
76 2067 BANSHI LAL SAKET 60000 - 180000
77 2069 VIKAS CHANDRA KESARWANI 60000 - 180000
78 2072 YOGENDRA SINGH YADAV 50000 - 160000
79 2073 PIYUSH CHATURVEDI 50000 - 160000
80 2074 P  VENITZ SAMSON 50000 - 160000
81 2075 VINAY PRAKASH SRIVASTAVA 60000 - 180000
82 2076 RAJEEV KUMAR JAISWAL  60000 - 180000
83 2077 DINESH CHANDRA TEWARI 60000 - 180000
84 2078 SANJAY SINGH 90000 - 240000
85 2079 SHIV KUMAR AGARWAL 60000 - 180000
86 2080 HARISH KUMAR 70000 - 200000
87 2081 MRINAL KUMAR 60000 - 180000
88 2082 SMT SAPNA SINGH  50000 - 160000
89 2083 PREM PRAKASH CHAWLA 50000 - 160000
90 2084 ARUN KUMAR MISHRA 60000 - 180000
91 2085 A SIVA KUMAR 60000 - 180000
92 2086 GHANSHYAM YADAV 60000 - 180000
93 2087 ISHVINDER SINGH 60000 - 180000
94 2088 MUNNA CHAUHAN  50000 - 160000
95 2089 P R CHAUDHARI 40000 - 140000
96 2090 DEVANSH WATHREY 50000 - 160000
97 2091 RAM BACHAN VERMA 17820 - 61130
98 2092 BIBHUTI BHUSAN SAHOO 17820 - 61130
99 2093 GYANENDRA KUMAR 17820 - 61130
100 2094 VISHRAM SINGH 17820 - 61130
101 2095 BRAJENDRA PRAJAPATI 17820 - 61130
102 2098 MRADUL AWASTHI  40000 - 140000
103 2100 SUMIT TIWARI 50000 - 160000
104 2103 ABHISHEKH TIWARI 25310 - 86630
105 2104 RAM PRAKASH VERMA 25310 - 86630
106 2105 KURNAL TIWARI  25310 - 86630
107 2107 SWATI SAXENA 25310 - 86630
108 2109 K. NARASIMHAMURTHY 18790 - 64130
109 2110 SUKDEV BAJPAI 16400 - 56070
110 2112 MANAGOBINDA SWAIN 30000 - 120000
111 2114 ASHOK KUMAR SAHU 30000 - 120000
112 2115 RAVI SHANKAR  30000 - 120000
113 2117 KSHIROD CHANDRA BEHERA  30000 - 120000
114 2118 RABINDRA KUMAR DHAL 30000 - 120000
115 2120 SARITA DWIVEDI 18790 - 64130
116 2121 LITON SARKAR 30000 - 120000
117 2122 TARUN SHUKLA 40000 - 140000
118 2124 RAJESH DUVE 70000 - 200000
119 2126 ANUPAM PRAKASH 80000 - 220000
120 2127 SIRSHANGSU SENGUPTA 70000 - 200000
121 2128 JITENDRA SINGH 80000 - 220000
122 2131 NILENDRA MONI DUTTA 60000 - 180000
123 2134 SHASHI KUMAR TRIPATHI 90000 - 240000
124 2135 SANJOY MANDAL 40000 - 140000
125 2136 ASHOK KUMAR PAL 60000 - 180000
126 2137 SWAPNENDU KUMAR RATH 50000 - 160000
127 2138 PANKAJ KUMAR DWIVEDI 50000 - 160000
128 2140 NITIN MAHOR 40000 - 140000
129 2143 PRIYANKA SINGH 40000 - 140000
130 2144 ANJANI KUMAR SINHA 40000 - 140000
131 2145 SMRUTI  RANJAN  MALLICK 40000 - 140000
132 2146 RAJESH KUMAR DAS 40000 - 140000
133 2147 ABHAY PRATAP SINGH 50000 - 160000
134 2148 SURENDRA SINGH 40000 - 140000
135 2153 ARUN KUMAR PANDEY 30000 - 120000
136 2154 SURJEET KUMAR 19430 - 67500
137 2155 ANUJ KUMAR RATHOUR 19430 - 67500
138 2156 SONU KUMAR 19430 - 67500
139 2157 RITESH SRIVASTAVA 90000 - 240000
140 2158 AJAY CHAUDHARY 90000 - 240000
141 2160 VIVEK DWIVEDI 90000 - 240000
142 2161 PRAVEEN KUMAR 100000 - 260000
143 2163 JITENDRA KUMAR 17110 - 58500
144 2164 DIPU KUMAR 17110 - 58500
145 2165 USHA VERMA 17110 - 58500
146 2166 VIPIN SHUKLA 17110 - 58500
147 2167 PANKAJ SHUKLA 17110 - 58500
148 2168 SANDEEP KUMAR 17110 - 58500
149 2170 SHIV MOHAN KAMAL 17110 - 58500
150 2171 MAHENDRA KUMAR SONKAR 17110 - 58500
151 2172 ROHIT TRIPATHI 17110 - 58500
152 2173 SANTOSH KUMAR SETHY 17110 - 58500
153 2174 VISHAL SHUKLA 80000 - 220000
154 2175 RAJOO SHARMA 17110 - 58500
155 2176 JAYANT MANGURLE 50000 - 160000
156 2177 MUKESH MISRA 70000 - 200000
157 2178 ARVIND RAJAK 17110 - 58500
158 2180 ARVIND KUMAR SINGH 50000 - 160000
159 2181 PRABHAKAR RANJAN 17110 - 58500
160 2182 SANDEEP KUMAR 50000 - 160000
161 2183 HARISH KUMAR 70000 - 200000
162 2184 ANKUR KATIYAR 40000 - 140000
163 2185 CHANDAN KUMAR CHAND 40000 - 140000
164 2186 AISHVARYA PRATAP SINGH TOMER 40000 - 140000
165 2187 AMIT KUMAR 50000 - 160000
166 2188 RISHI RAJ 50000 - 160000
167 2189 JITENDRA RAO 17110 - 58500
168 2190 DEEPAK KUMAR KANAUJIA 50000 - 160000
169 2191 RAVI RANJAN 70000 - 200000
170 2192 RAVINDRA KUMAR MISHRA 70000 - 200000
171 2193 SUKRATI SAINI 17820 - 61130
172 2194 JITENDRA KUMAR 17110 - 58500
173 2195 ROHIT KUMAR 17110 - 58500
174 2196 KAVINDRA NATH VERMA 17110 - 58500
175 2197 AKSHAY KATIYAR 17820 - 61130
176 2198 SHANKAR LAL 17820 - 61130
177 2199 TUHIN KUNDU 17820 - 61130
178 2200 DHIRAJ KANAUJIYA 17110 - 58500
179 2202 RAVI DUBEY 30000 - 120000
180 2203 SANJIV KUMAR HAJOARY 30000 - 120000
181 2204 SHABINA 17110 - 58500
182 2205 VINOD KUMAR 17110 - 58500
183 2206 SAURABH SHARMA 17110 - 58500
184 2207 SUNIL KUMAR 17110 - 58500
185 2208 ABHINASH KUMAR 17110 - 58500
186 2209 MAHESH CHANDRA 17110 - 58500
187 2210 BRAJMOHAN SINGH YADAV 17110 - 58500
188 2211 MUKESH KUMAR 17110 - 58500
189 2212 RATNESH KUMAR 17110 - 58500
190 2213 LAKSHMI CHANDRA 17820 - 61130
191 2214 RAVI GUPTA 17110 - 58500
192 2215 HARI NIWAS TIWARI 17110 - 58500
193 2216 DEVRAJ DIWKER 17110 - 58500
194 2217 LOKANATH MOHAPATRA 17110 - 58500
195 2218 VISHWA JEET SINGH 17110 - 58500
196 2219 RAVI KUMAR 17820 - 61130
197 2220 ATUL KUMAR PANDEY 17110 - 58500
198 2221 GODHAN SINGH 17110 - 58500
199 2222 SACHIN KUMAR VERMA 17110 - 58500
200 2223 DHEERENDRA KUMAR 17110 - 58500
201 2224 AKHILESH KUMAR YADAV 17110 - 58500
202 2226 MUKESH 17110 - 58500
203 2227 LAL BAHADUR CHAUHAN 17820 - 61130
204 2228 GAURAV SHUKLA 17820 - 61130
205 2229 VIJAY SHANKAR SHUKLA 17820 - 61130
206 2230 AMIT PRAKASH DIWAKAR 17820 - 61130
207 2231 ANIL KUMAR 16400 - 56070
208 2233 SHAILENDRA KUMAR 50000 - 160000
209 2234 SUSHIL KUMAR 17820 - 61130
210 2235 GOVIND KANOJIA 17820 - 61130
211 2236 BHARAT LAL VISHWAKARMA 17820 - 61130
212 2237 KULDEEP KUMAR 17110 - 58500
213 2239 SHAILESH RANJAN 17110 - 58500
214 2240 MAN MOHIT YADAV 17110 - 58500
215 2241 DINESH KUMAR MISHRA 30000 - 120000
216 2242 MADHAV KUMAR SWARNKAR 17110 - 58500
217 2243 VEER SINGH 17110 - 58500
218 2244 VIKASH 17110 - 58500
219 2245 GAJAY PATIAL 30000 - 120000
220 2246 SUDHEER KUMAR 16400 - 56070
221 2247 ANKIT KATIYAR 30000 - 120000
222 2249 AVIJIT PAUL 17110 - 58500
223 2250 ABHIJEET ANAND 17820 - 61130
224 2251 PANKAJ KUMAR SHARMA 17110 - 58500
225 2252 MANISH KAMBLE 30000 - 120000
226 2253 KRISHAN 17820 - 61130
227 2254 NIKHIL RASTOGI 18790 - 64130
228 2258 VANDANA 17820 - 61130
229 2260 ASHISH BHATT 17820 - 61130
230 2261 SANDEEP KHAROLA 17820 - 61130
231 2262 DEEPAK KUMAR 17110 - 58500
232 2263 PRATIK SINGH 17820 - 61130
233 2264 PRADEEP KUMAR 17820 - 61130
234 2265 ABHISHEK PAWAR 17820 - 61130
235 2266 BRIJESH KUMAR MAURYA 17110 - 58500
236 2267 RAVIN KUMAR 17820 - 61130
237 2268 AJITH KUMAR M G 17820 - 61130
238 2270 RAMOO SINGH 17820 - 61130
239 2271 GOPAL KRUSHNA SABAT 80000 - 220000
240 2272 ALOK KUMAR 17110 - 58500
241 2273 VINAY KUMAR MAURYA 30000 - 120000
242 2274 VISHWANATH TIWARI 30000 - 120000
243 2275 SUPONGWATI JAMIR 30000 - 120000
244 2277 DHIRAJ BHOWMIK 60000 - 180000
245 2279 ALOK KUMAR THAKUR 90000 - 240000
246 2280 A.V. ASHOK KUMAR 80000 - 220000
247 2281 MANOJ KUMAR 40000 - 140000
248 2284 MANISH MISHRA 18790 - 64130
249 2285 SATHISH KUMAR G 30000 - 120000
250 2287 VINAY PAL 17820 - 61130
251 2288 AITISHA DIENGDOH 17820 - 61130
252 2289 AVINASH PRATAP SINGH 17820 - 61130
253 2290 SIDDHARTH KUMAR 60000 - 180000
254 2291 MANOJ KUMAR 17110 - 58500
255 2292 ISHAN CHAURASIA 50000 - 160000
256 2293 CHANDRAKANT GUPTA 18790 - 64130
257 2294 MAYANK MISHRA 80000 - 220000
258 2295 RAJDEO 60000 - 180000
259 2296 ASHISH GAUR 50000 - 160000
260 2297 SANJAY GIRI 18790 - 64130
261 2298 VISHAL YADAV 30000 - 120000
262 2299 MAYANK TRIPATHI 30000 - 120000
263 2300 SAMPURNANAND MISHRA 30000 - 120000
264 2301 RUPANGUDI SAI SANDEEP 30000 - 120000
265 2302 JAY PRAKASH 17110 - 58500
266 2303 SHASHANK SINGH 17110 - 58500
267 2304 GAURAV TIWARI 17110 - 58500
268 2305 ASHWANI BATHAM 17820 - 61130
269 2306 ANKIT KUSHWAHA 17820 - 61130
270 2307 MOHAN LAL JANGID 17110 - 58500
271 2308 NASINIDDIN MAITI 17110 - 58500
272 2309 ASHISH SHUKLA 17110 - 58500
273 2310 ARJUN LAL MEENA 17110 - 58500
274 2311 DINESH KUMAR SINGH 17110 - 58500
275 2312 NITESH SINGH 17820 - 61130
276 2313 SASVAT SHARMA 17820 - 61130
277 2314 NAVIN ARYA 17110 - 58500

 

           Manual 1 (The particular of its organization, functions and dutiesArchives  

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  • Manual 2 (The Powers and duties of its officers and employees)
  • Manual 3 (The Procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability)
  • Manual 4 (The Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions)
  • Manual 5 (The Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manuals and Records, held by it or under its control for used by its employees for discharging its functions.)
  • Manual 6 (statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control)
  • Manual 7 (The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof)
  • Manual 8 (A state of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice , and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public)
  • Manual 9 (A directory of its officers and employees)
  • Manual 10 (The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations)
  • Manual 11 (The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made)
  • Manual 12 (The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes)
  • Manual 13 (Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it)
  • Manual 14 (Details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form)
  • Manual 15 (The particulars or facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use)
  • Manual 16 (The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers)
  • Manual 17 (Such other information as may be prescribed)
     

 

MANUAL – I

The particular of its organization , functions and duties

ALIMCO OfficeArtificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) is a non-profit making organization, working under the aegis of Govt. of India, under the ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment (http://www.socialjustice.nic.in).

 

It was incorporated in 1972 to take up manufacture and supply of artificial limb components and rehabilitation aids for the benefit of the physically handicapped and started production in 1976.

 

Objectives:

The main objectives of the Corporation are –

  1. To maintain the status of largest manufacturer and supplier of rehabilitation aids in India.
  2. To maintain the status of largest ADIP implementing agency through camp activity, headquarters activity, ADIP – SSA activity, special camp activity and  limb fitting centres activity.
  3. To ensure all aids & appliances supplied under ADIP scheme must bear ISI – mark and must be durable, modern, sophisticated and scientifically manufactured.
  4. To enhance export of quality rehabilitation aids to help disabled persons abroad to achieve self-dependence.
  5. To carry out continuous research & development work to improve design of existing aids and develop new assistive aids at affordable prices.

 

 

Product Range:
The Corporation produces 355 different types of quality aids and appliances required by orthopaedically, visually & hearing handicapped persons. ALIMCO has been in the forefront in providing innovative and appropriate solutions to the problems facing the disabled.

The product range includes Orthotic and Prosthetic appliances for Upper & Lower Extremities, Spinal Braces, Cervical Collars, Traction Kits, Rehabilitation Aids like Wheel Chairs, Crutches and Tri Wheelers etc. The Corporation also provides special tools and equipments required for fitment of Orthotic & Prosthetic assemblies by the Limb Fitting Centres.
For visually handicapped, the corporation produces Braille Slate, Folding Cane and Braille Shorthand Machine.

For Orthopaedically Handicapped

Rehabilitation Aids

  • Lower limb orthotic (Calipers)
  • Lower limb prosthetic (Artificial legs)
  • Upper limb prosthetic (Artificial hands)
  • Spinal orthotic (Braces for neck & back)
  • Prosthetic supplies (stockinettes, socks and surgical boots)

For Visually Handicapped

Mobility aids

  • Wheel Chairs(Manual & Motorised)
  • Tricycles(Manual & Battery Operated)
  • Axilla & Elbow crutches
  • Walking Stick

For Visually Handicapped

  • Braille short hand machine
  • Braille slate
  • Walking cane & stick

For Hearing Impaired

  • Pocket type Hearing Aid
  • Digital type Behind the Ear (BTE) Hearing Aid.

 

Research & Development:
The Corporation is equipped with sophisticated machines and is backed by its own Research & Development. The design of products is constantly updated to maintain optimum efficiency level and to ensure high level of customer satisfaction. The products are manufactured under rigorous quality control so as to conform to international quality standard.

 

Achievements:
Within the country, the Corporation is the premier agency supplying appliances for orthopaedically handicapped. It has helped establish170 Limb Fitting Centres in various parts of the country to ensure proper fitting of aids and appliances. These Limb Fitting Centres provide necessary facilities for fitment of Orthotic and Prosthetic aids to the disabled people.

The Corporation conducts camps in association with various State Govts./Distt. authorities for fitting and distribution of aids and appliances in rural and semi urban areas of the country.

The Corporation also conducts camps under ADIP-SSA (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan) Cost Sharing Scheme in association with various State implementing Societies for provision of aids & appliances to children with special Needs of 6-14 years age.

 

Market Network & Exports:
The Corporation markets its products within the country through its offices at Delhi, Kilkata, Bhubneshwar, Bangalore, Mumbai, Guwahati and with the help of an extensive dealer network to ensure availability near the important Limb Fitting Centres and customers.

The major buyers of ALIMCO products can be categorized as :

  • National Institute
  • Dealer Network
  • NGO Network
  • State Government

The Corporation has also exported its products to Afganistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, UAE, Jordan, Iraq, Angola, Combodia, Uzbekistan etc. and the same have been well accepted in all these countries.

 

Future Plans:

The Corporation has ambitious future plans for-

  • Upgradation of present facilities with State-of-the Art technology.
  • Expansion of existing manufacturing base through setting up of additional production centers.
  • Widening of present product range.
  • Training and Research & Development through collaboration with institutions at National/International level.

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Vision, Mission and Key Objectives

Schemes implemented by the Corporation

MANUAL – II

The Powers and duties of its officers and employees

RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY

 

Common Responsibilities and Authorities of HODs and GMs

  • Responsible and authorised to ensure that policies, systems and procedures are implemented in their departments.
  • Authorized to take necessary corrective and preventive actions to improve effectiveness of Organisation in their department and enhance customer satisfaction.
    Responsible to report on implementation of Organisation objectives in their department and give feedback to top management and MR.
  • Responsible to meet applicable statutory & regulatory requirements.
  • Responsible to review the performance and progress in their department.
  • Responsible to ensure competence of personnel in their department and authorized to provide training as appropriate.
     

GM (P)

  • Overall responsible for PD & PS8 activities.
  • Implementation of Production Plans so as to be able to meet customer requirements.
     
  • Overall responsible for all MM & MI, P&A, PS7, DD, QC, PT, PS3 and Hearing Aids activities.
  • Responsible and authorized for preparation of production plans.
  • Responsible for Medical Inspection Room activities.
     

Sr. Manager (MB)

  • Responsible to develop marketing strategies for increasing ALIMCO’S market share.
  • Responsible and authorised to develop and run a marketing network suitable to achieve ALIMCO’s objectives like DDRCs’ LFCs’, dealers etc.
  • Responsible to initiate suitable publicity programmes.
  • Responsible to develop new products meeting customer requirement.
  • Responsible to enhance level of customer satisfaction.
     

HOD (PD & PS8)

PD

  • Responsible for all production and quality activities related to products and process.
  • Authorised to control the process.
  • Responsible and authorised to approve process and equipment for technical suitability.
  • Responsible and authorised to carry out corrective and preventive actions to prevent non-conformities to recur or occur.
  • Responsible for production planning in PD and ensure achievement of targets.
  • Responsible and authorised to ensure proper maintenance of equipment and utilities.

PS8

  • Responsible and authorised for preventive maintenance of all equipment.
  • Responsible to attend to all break downs on equipment, utilities & civil works.
  • Responsible and authorised to operate DG sets, Air compressors, water system and effluent treatment plants.
     

HOD P&A

  • Responsible for planning recruitment of all employees other than officers.
  • Responsible and authorised to deal with apprentices as per apprentices Act.
  • Responsible to ensure efficient working of Personal Deptt. (Including IR functions).
  • Responsible to ensure efficient working of security services, first aid, fire fighting, tele-communication, etc.
  • Responsible & authorised for management of Printing Press and library.
     

HOD (FA)

  • Responsible to develop sound financial polices for profitability
  • Responsible and authorised to prepare and monitor budget.
  • Responsible to monitor cash credit and bank accounts.
  • Responsible and authorised to maintain accounts meeting statutory requirements.
  • Responsible for product costing so as to fix product rates.
  • Responsible and authorised to deal with all matters on PF, ESI Insurance, Foreign exchange, Income tax and other taxes, etc.
     

HOD (LS)

  • Responsible and authorised for receipt & execution of firm orders.
  • Responsible and authorised for storage of finished good & inventory management.
  • Responsible and authorised for complete management of despatches from warehouse.
  • Finalisation of annual transport contract, insurance contract & verification of bills.
  • Responsible and authorised for sales accounting, MIS on sundry Debtors/Creditors, pending order status & finalisation of annual sales account/audit.
  • Responsible and authorised for complete management of dealers & finalisation of yearly dealer accounts.
  • Responsible and authorised for customer feed back and complaints in the concerned area of operation.
     

HOD (BA)

  • Responsible and authorised for sales forecasting & projection.
  • Responsible and authorised for general administration/co-ordination within different departments of MB division (LS,MS,BA & RMCs) such as Dak receipt & monitoring reports of RMCs.
  • Responsible and authorised for complete management, planning & monitoring of ADIP camps till utilisation certificates are received.
  • Responsible and authorised for management of fabricating Agencies, allotment of work. Verification of bills and recommending payments.
  • Responsible and authorised for all activities of Bilateral work such as tendering for appointment of C & F Agents/Transporters, coordination with RMCs, verification of bills and recommendation of payments.
  • Responsible and authorised for management of APOC.
  • Responsible and authorised for customer feed back & complaints in the concerned area of operation.
     

HOD (MS)

  • Responsible and authorised for all activities related to sales promotion & market development for enlarging market share of ALIMCO.
  • Responsible and authorised for coordination with DRDA, DPEP, IRCS, NYK, NGOs, etc.,and State Governments for exploring & development of new market.
  • Responsible and authorised for complete management of DDRCs established by ALIMCO under GPY Scheme.
  • Responsible and authorised for publicity, development of product literature, participation in exhibitions and seminars.
  • Responsible for maintenance of Product Display Room.
  • Responsible and authorised for complete management of export, participation in international exhibitions & seminars.
  • Responsible and authorised for customer feedback & complaint in the concerned area of operation.

HOD (PT)

  • Responsible and authorised to plan and carry out project and technology development.
  • Responsible for all modernisation, diversification and expansion activities.
     

HOD (DD)

  • Responsible and authorised to carry out all design and development activities for new products.
  • Responsible for making drawings and specifications.
  • Responsible for up gradation and revision of drawings as an improvement.

HOD (PS3)

  • Responsible and authorised to carry out planning, scheduling, progressing and batch sizing for all production activities.
  • Responsible to follow – up and get feedback on progress of plan.
     

HOD (PS7)

  • Responsible and authorized for all engineering services related to process planning.
  • Responsible to ensure timely preparation and corrections of process sheets including time/cash estimates.
  • Responsible to ensure smooth & efficient working of tool room.
  • Responsible for tool planning & design.
     

HOD (QC)

  • Responsible and authorised to carry out all activities relating to inspection, quality control and testing of in-coming, in-process and finished materials.
  • Authorised to accept or reject items as per specifications based on sampling plan.
  • Responsible and authorised to carry out and arrange for calibration of all instruments in ALIMCO.
     

HOD (MM & MI)

MM

  • Responsible and authorised to make timely procurement of all items as required by ALIMCO (raw materials, consumable and bought out).
  • Responsible and authorised to evaluate, select and register suppliers (vendors).
  • Responsible to develop vendors, whenever required.
  • Responsible for getting job work orders executed.
  • Responsible for storage of all in coming items as well as finished components and their issue.

MI

  • Responsible and authorised for all maintenance of computer system in ALIMCO.
  • Responsible for storage & upkeep of data and preparation of reports as a part of MIS.
  • COMPANY SECRETARY
  • Responsible and authorised to deal with all Board matters and legal matters.
  • Responsible for liaison with State & Central Govt.
  • Responsible and authorised to discharge all functions of Company Secretary like holding of AGM , etc.
  • Responsible and authorised to deal with all HR matters relating to officers of ALIMCO.
  • Responsible for processing recruitment, transfer & promotions of officers.
     

         ( Internal Audit )

  • To Plan internal audit function of the Corporation commensurate with the size and nature of activities of the Corporation.
  • To carry out independent internal audit of all the functions at ALIMCO Headquarters, ALIMCO Prosthetic & Orthotic Centre, ALIMCO Auxiliary Production Centres, ALIMCO Regional Marketing Centres and any other units of the Corporation set up from time to time.
  • To put up Quarterly Internal Audit Report with his observations for perusal of CMD along with suggested corrective/remedial measures to overcome shortcomings observed in the functioning.
  • To disseminate the observations of the report along with suggested corrective measures for compliance to the concerned departments after seeking approval of CMD.
  • To prepare and put up Quarterly Internal Audit Report along with compliance Report to CMD.
  • To periodically review the adequacy and efficiency of internal audit system in consultation with CMD and to report necessary amendments/improvements to strengthen the exiting internal audit system.
     

HOD ( APOC )

  • He will be responsible for efficient functioning and proper upkeep of ALIMCO MI Room, ALIMCO Prosthetic & Orthotic Centre ( APOC ) including first Aid, Dispensary and Ambulance Facility and also provide medical cover to ALIMCO employees.
  • To attend emergent cases arising industrial accidents, injuries and medical emergencies of Corporation’s Personnel.
  • To carry out time-to-time medical check-ups of the employees of the Corporation.
  • To attend camps conducted by ALIMCO at APOC and ensure proper distribution of Aids & Appliances to the beneficiaries.
  • To provide consultation to the employees of the Corporation in connection with their sickness.
  • He shall plan for upgrading medical facilities in ALIMCO.

He shall be the HOD of APOC.

 

MANUAL – III

The Procedure followed in the decision making process , including
channels of supervision and accountability

 

Note on the decision making process of ALIMCO

The Corporation follows two-way channel of decision-making process supervision and accountability. These two-ways can be classified as under :

(a) Line function of decision making : Under this decision making process the head of the department makes assessment, evaluation and visualizes the problem which requires any decision making. After analysis of the situation the head of the department prepares a proposal along with its recommendations and forwards it to the competent authority directly or through its General Managers, as the case may be. Based on the perusal of the proposal and the recommendations the competent authority takes the decision which is made applicable in the Corporation on uniform basis. Apart from above the executives working at various levels viz. Managers, Sr. Managers have also been delegated authorities through which they can arrive at a decision based on the proposal and recommendations made to them from lower level executives.

(b) Staff Function of decision making : The Corporation has also adopted the system of decision making through formation of standing committees working throughout the year. These standing committees are as under :

(i) Tender Recommendation Committee (standing committee)
(ii) Tender Opening Committee (standing committee)
(iii) Plant Level Committee,
(iv) Shop Level Committees

Apart from above standing committees, on the basis of specific requirement Corporation adopts the practice of arriving at a decision through committees framed for specific purposes. Departmental Promotion Committee, Bus Committee, Canteen Committee, Township Committee are example of these specific committees. In this process, proposal and recommendations are put up by these committees and decision is taken by the appropriate authority.

Organisation Chart

 ALIMCO Decision Tree

 

 Process of decision making and key decision making points:

    1. Purchase policy

    2. Recruitment policy and procedure

    3. Work Allocation

MANUAL – IV

The Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions

 

Strict Quality,Execution of order in time in accordance with our Quality policy which is -

ALIMCO IS COMMITTED TO DESIGN, MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY OF QUALITY REHABILITATION AIDS & APPLIANCES FOR ORTHOPAEDICALLY, VISUALLY & HEARING IMPAIRED PERSONS   AT RESONABLE   COST   TO THE ENTIRE SATISFACTION OF THE CUSTOMERS/IMPAIRED PERSONS THROUGH CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT IN DESIGN, PROCESS & TECHNOLOGY.

 

  STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT:

 

We, at ALIMCO, are dedicated to achieve excellence in all products and services provided By us for the satisfaction of our customers by meeting their requirements (stated, generally implied and obligatory)

We will achieve this by our strict adherence to the Quality Management System and it’s continual improvement.

We are responsible for setting up prevention-oriented processes in line with our Quality Policy and objectives and ALIMCO’s Mission.

We are responsible to ensure that each function and each employee of ALIMCO conforms to the applicable requirements to the quality System as per ISO 9001:2000 as well as statutory & regulatory requirements.

We, hereby, jointly declare our commitment to attain the ultimate objectives of ALIMCO through full participation in implementation of the Quality Management System, in letter and in spirit.

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Purchase Policy

Toll Free for redressal of public grievances: 1800-180-5129

MANUAL – V

The Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manuals and Records, held by it or under its control for used by its employees for discharging its functions.

 Transfer policy: The Boad of Directors (BoD) in its 115th meeting held on 24 Dec 2003 has deligated full powers to Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) to transfer to officers/ staff/ workman of the Corporation subject to any restriction by the government in respect of its appointees.

MANUAL – VI

 

A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control.

Sr. No.

 Category of
 the document

 Name of the document
 and its introduction

 Procedure to obtain
 the document

 Held by

1

 Office orders

 Office orders

 Application in writing
 by post/e-mail

 Secretarial

2

 Office circulars

 Office circulars

 Application in writing
 by post/e-mail

 Secretarial

3

 Standing Orders

 Standing Orders

 Application in writing
 by post/e-mail

 Administration

 Further to above all the respective HoDs are custodian of the documents pertaining to their departments and documents exempted are as following:
1. Personal information
2. Documents pertaining to vigilance and disciplinary proceddings
3. Documents of commercial importance
4. Agenda notes and minutes of Board/ Management meeting

 

MANUAL – VII

The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof

Not Applicable

 

MANUAL – VIII

A state of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice , and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public
 

Not Applicable

 

MANUAL – IX

The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made

 

(i)           Budget

No Budget for foreign tours.

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

a)            Places visited-

b)            The period of visit-

c)            The number of members in the official delegation

d)           Expenditure on the visit-

Not Applicable (N/A), Since Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) is a Central Public Sector Enterprises, functioning under the Administrative Control of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities  and Foreign Tours are govern by ALIMCO- TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE RULE (REVISED)-2019

 

(i)           Total Budget for the public authority: ALIMCO functions on GRANT IN AID (GIA) as well as business generation from non-GIA, details given in Annual Reports.

(ii)         Budget for each agency and plan & programmes  N/A

 

 

(iii)       Proposed expenditures

IN PURSUANCE OF MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT, DEPARTMENT OF EMPOWERMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND ARTIFICIAL LIMBS MANUFACTURING CORPORATION OF INDIA AFETR NEGOTATION WITH DPE

 

(i)            Name of the programme of activity (Schemes)

·      Assistance To Disabled Persons for Purchase/Fitting of AIDS/Appliance (ADIP Scheme) under Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. Of India

·      ADIP-Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan Scheme, a joint scheme of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment and Ministry of HRD, Govt. Of India

                       ·Rashtriya Vayoshri Yojana (RVY), a scheme of Department of Social Justice & Empowerment, Ministry                       of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. Of India.

Objective of the programme:

·      Assistance To Disabled Persons for Purchase/Fitting of AIDS/Appliance (ADIP Scheme): The main objective of the Scheme is to assist the needy persons with disabilities in procuring durable, sophisticated and scientifically manufactured, modern, standard aids and appliances to promote physical, social, Physiological rehabilitation of  persons with disabilities by reducing the effects of disabilities and at the same time enhance their economic potential.  

·      ADIP-Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan Scheme: The main objective of the Scheme is to assist for school going Children with Special Needs in procuring durable, sophisticated and scientifically manufactured, modern, standard aids and appliances to promote physical, social, Physiological rehabilitation.

Rashtriya Vayoshri Yojana (RVY): The objective of the scheme is to provide free of costs  Aid & Assisted Living Devices like Mobility Aids, Hearing Aids, Visual Aids etc. to Senior Citizens (age 60 years and above) from BPL (Below Poverty Line)  category.

Procedure to avail benefits

·         Phase I- Assessment camps are conducted to identify the eligible beneficiaries as per schemes for providing  Aids & Assistive Appliances.

Phase II- Distribution of assessed /identified Aids & Assistive Appliances to the beneficiaries in a camp mode

Duration of the programme/ scheme

·         Assistance To Disabled Persons for Purchase/Fitting of AIDS/Appliance (ADIP Scheme): Being implemented since 1981.

·         ADIP-Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan Scheme: Started from 2004 on renewable basis.

Rashtriya Vayoshri Yojana (RVY): Being implemented since December, 2016.

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

Details of beneficiaries of ADIP and ADIP-SSA can be obtained from ALIMCO website

No. of employees against whom disciplinary action has been

         

      (ii) Information related to procurement

(i)           Pending for Minor penalty or major penalty proceedings

01 Employee as on 10.01.2019

Transfer policy and transfer orders

As per the need and operational requirement of the Corporation

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

 

Since Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) is a Central Public Sector Enterprises, functioning under the Administrative Control of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities  and Disclose in Annual Report Being published every year available at ALIMCO website

 

MANUAL – X

The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes

 

 Details of schemes and beneficiaries

MANUAL – XI

Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it

 

Not Applicable

 

MANUAL – XII

Details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form

 

In our website www.alimco.in, we already have an enquiry column which could serve as a boon in compliance to the Act and provision of information to the seeker. Besides foll. More activities are available in electronic form:

 

  1. Product catalogue
  2. Price List
  3. Company Profile
  4. Performance
  5. Products
  6. New Products
  7. Enquiry
  8. FAQ’s
  9. Tenders
  10. Camp Details
     

MANUAL – XIII

 

The particulars or facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use:
 

Our best efforts shall be to provide to any citizen any information which he wants at all times without causing any inconvenience to him/her.
We have a full fledged library stocked with books, journals, periodicals
The library is free to be accessed by visitors during the working hours & days

 

Working hours of library 9:00 A.M. TO 5.30 P.M.

 

 

MANUAL – XIV

The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers.

 

Click here to view Public Information Officers

MANUAL – XV

Such other information as may be prescribed.

In our website www.alimco.in, we already have an enquiry column which could serve as a boon in compliance to the Act and provision of information to the seeker. Besides foll. more activities are available in electronic form:

1. Product catalogue
2. Price List
3. Company Profile
4. Performance
5. Products
6. New Products
7. Enquiry
8. FAQ’s
9. Tenders
10. Camp Details
11. Grievance Redressal Mechanism
12. Details and application received under RTI and information provided
13. Replies to the questions asked in parliament
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