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Human Resource

Constitution of Internal Complaints Committee(ICC) under sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace(Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act, 2013

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•    Contribution made towards Prime Minister National Relief Fund for Uttarakhand disaster amounting to `1.00 crore.

•    Contribution made to Bihar Chief Minister Relief Fund towards relief and rehabilitation activities in the Cyclone “Phailin” amounting to `50.00 lacs.                    
•    Contribution made to Odisha Chief Minister Relief Fund towards relief and rehabilitation activities in the Cyclone “Phailin” amounting to `50.00 lacs.

  • Project of Plantation of trees near Narmada belt for Environment protection at Hoshangabad (MP) has been taken up at a total cost of ` 1.19 crore, out of which ` 50.00 lacs have been spent during the year 2012-13  and `33,14,445/- during the year 2013-14.

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  • Provided rain water harvesting system in 1/3 covered area of BNP, Dewas office building at a cost of `23,00,000/-.



  • Provided electrostatic oil filtration machine in coining presses, blanking presses and PPL system at IGM, Mumbai at a cost of `15,46,944/- under Sustainable Development.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT 2013-14 

 

•    . SPMCIL has carried out MSME Training at Ni-MSME, Hyderabad on 11th & 12th July, 2013 and a sum of `2,69,805/- have been spent

                   

•     SPMCIL has carried out training programme with Ni-MSME Hyderabad for 50 MSME Personnel during this year at a cost of Rs. 2.63 lacs. 

• Project regarding Plantation of trees near Narmada belt for Environment protection at Hoshangabad (MP) has been taken at a total cost of Rs. 1.19 crore, out of which Rs. 50.00 lacs have been spent during the year 2012-13 .
• SPMCIL has also constructed 10 Nos girls toilet in Sagar and Gosaba and one toilet in girls hostel at Kakdwip, West Bengal at a total cost of Rs. 23.00 lacs during this year.

• SPMCIL has provided Solar Lighting System in the 4 (four) villages of Hoshangabad District at a cost of `6,97,160/-

• SPMCIL has provided Solar LED Street Lighting at IGM, Kolkata at a cost of `20,73,273/- under Sustainable Development.

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION/SOLAR LIGHT 2012-13
• SPMCIL has provided Solar Lamp at Mallupura Hoshangabad District of MP at a cost of Rs. 1.23 lacs.
• Solar Lamp has also been provided at Viradsharam Dewas at a cost of Rs. 4.62 lacs.
• SPMCIL has also provided Solar Lamp in Government School at Dallupura Delhi at a cost of Rs. 1.85 lacs.

• SPMCIL has provided drinking water facility to village Muduka near Dewas (MP) at a cost of Rs. 547,000/-.
• SPMCIL has also provided drinking water facility to Adhartirath Adharashram near Trambkashwar District Nashik Maharashtra at a cost of Rs. 10.83 lacs.
• SPMCIL has also provided drinking water facility in 4 villages namely Chhitapura, Bhatana, Jalikhera and Chatua of Kesla Block of District Hoshangabad (MP) at a total cost of Rs. 16.00 lacs.

• SPMCIL has undertaken comprehensive repair of approach road from BNP Radhaganj gate to Bhopal Chouraha alongwith road side amenities including Land Scaping at Dewas (MP) at a cost of Rs. 59.71 lacs through CPWD.
• Additional work regarding improvement of road side amenities for road connecting U.S. Gymkhana, ISP with Nashik Pune Highway and Jail road side at Nashik has also been undertaken at a cost of Rs.19.00 lacs through Divisional Commissioner Nashik.
• SPMCIL has provided 16 Seater Bus for visually impaired children to Sahyog Vishesh Aawasiya Vidyalaya Hoshangabad (MP) at a cost of Rs. 9.15 lacs.

  • As a part of CSR initiatives SPMCIL signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bharti Foundation on 19.10.2010 to promote education in the backward areas with special focus on girl child. As per MoU, land was provided by Bharti Foundation and SPMCIL constructed 9 (Nine) Primary Schools in the District Murshidabad of West Bengal. SPMCIL has also provided necessary funding for furniture and equipment to facilitate quality education. SPMCIL has incurred an expenditure of `102.52 lacs, `293.19 lacs, `102.25 lacs and `7.38 lacs during the year   2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 respectively.
  • As on date 1601 students are studying in the schools in Pre-Primary,    Class I, II & III comprising of 51.19% girls and 48.81% boys.

•    SPMCIL has provided Mobile VAN for Rural Health Services in Raigad District of Maharashtra  through Indian Red Cross Society amounting to `15.00 lacs, out of which a sum of `7,50,000 was incurred during 2012-13 and  `7,19,733/- during 2013-14.

•    SPMCIL has provided 4 Nos. food distribution vehicles at Medak (AP) to Akshaya Patra Foundation at a cost of `27,01,800/- in Hoshangabad District.

•    SPMCIL has provided aids and appliances to the disabled persons through ALIMCO, Kanpur at a cost of `15,15,137/-.

•    SPMCIL has provided Financial Assistance for 500 Nos. of polio effected children through Narayan Sewa Sansthan, Udaipur at a cost of `17,00,000/-. 

•     SPMCIL has provided Ultra Sound Scanner to Rama Krishna Mission Rajahmundry East Godavari District of (AP) at a cost of Rs. 27.00 lacs.

•    SPMCIL has also provided Mobile VAN for rendering of health service in the rural area through Indian Red Cross Society Mumbai at a cost of Rs.15.00 lacs. Out of ` Rs. 15 lacs a sum of Rs. 7.50 lacs has already been released during the year 2012-13 and balance amount will be spent during 2013-14.

 

CVO's Corner

Guidelines for lodging complaints
  • Complaint should be specific with relevant details.
  • Correct name and address are mandatory for processing the complaints.
  • No correspondence shall be entertained on the subject after lodging the complaint.
  • In case it is found that complaint was false and harassment of officials has been caused, action may be taken against the complainant.
  • The anonymous/pseudonymous complaints will not be processed, in case of lack of verifiable facts and approval of CVC is not obtained.
  • The complaint having vigilance angle shall only be examined. the vigilance angle comprises of misuse of official position, demand and acceptance of illegal gratification, case of misappropriation / forgery or cheating, gross and willful negligence, blatant violation of laid down systems and procedures, reckless exercise of discretion, delay in processing the case, etc.

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Information On – Mar 25, 2022
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Orders Passed by the First Appellate Authority against the First Appeals received under RTI Act received in the year 2022

Information On – Dec 01, 2022
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RTI REQUESTS & REPLIES FROM 01.01.2022 TO 01.12.2022.
Uploaded under Proactive disclosure norms under RTI Act, 2005.

Information On – May 25, 2021
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Orders Passed by the First Appellate Authority against the First Appeals received under RTI Act received in the year 2021

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
Orders Passed by the First Appellate Authority against the First Appeals received under RTI Act received in the year 2021

Information On – Mar 31, 2021
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1) Budget BE & RE details for the year 2020-21 & BE Details for 2021-22 can be viewed by clicking the following URL.
https://igmhyderabad.spmcil.com/UploadDocument/BE,%20RE%202020-21%20and%20BE%202021-22.8efa96ca-6162-46f8-b741-b733b4b8feb9.pdf

2) 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.

a) No Foreign Tours have been undertaken during the financial year 2020-21 by any official of this office.
b) No. of Domestic Tours:01; Places Visited: Nashik; Number of officers visited: 02; Expenditure Incurred: As per TA/DA Rules; Purpose of the Visit: Annual Budget Meeting; Time of the Visit: February, 2021

3) Information related to procurements- (a) Notice/tender enquires, and corrigenda if any thereon, (b) Details of the bids awarded comprising the names of the suppliers of goods/ services being procured, (c) The works contracts concluded – in any such combination of the above-and, (d) The rate/ rates and the total amount at which such procurement or works contract is to be executed.

Click or paste the below URL to view the procurement details for the year 2020-21.

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Information On – Mar 31, 2021
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1) Training of CPIO/APIO:
Regular Training Programmes are being undertaken for the benefit of CPIOs and other officials who are directly involved in the implementation of the RTI Act on Half-Yearly basis. Please Click the Below Link.

2) Update & publish guidelines on RTI by the Public Authorities concerned
Compendium of all OM’s & Orders issued by DoPT are uploaded. Please Click the Below Link.

Information On – Apr 01, 2021
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Copies of the Transfer Orders of Officers and Staff during the Financial Year 2020-21

Information On – Dec 31, 2021
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RTI REQUESTS & REPLIES FROM 01.01.2021 TO 31.12.2021

Information On – Jan 04, 2021
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Orders Passed by the First Appellate Authority against the First Appeals received under RTI Act received in the year 2020
( 1 )  2020 FAA  

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The Record Retention Schedule of all the documents shall be in line with the policy of DARPG
The Same is available on the website of DARPG: https://darpg.gov.in/sites/default/files/RRS_WC.pdf

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
1. Nature of functions/ services offered

Minting of coins, medallions and other work allocated by the Govt.of India or SPMCIL.

2. Norms/ standards for functions/ service delivery

This Mint Functions under SPMCIL and extracts its mandate from the Coinage Act, 2011

3. Time-limit for achieving the targets

The target fixed by Ministry of Finance/SPMCIL shall be completed within the time prescribed by the respective authorities.

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1. Process of decision making Identify key decision making points:
Proposals are put-up by the dealing hands of the Concerned Department/Section which are scrutinized in two levels at the department/section level by concerned Officer and Departmental functional head. Later these proposals are putup for the approval of the Chief General Manager.

2) Final decision making authority
Chief General Manager( for Financial Sanctions pecuniary limit exist as per procurement manual)

3 Related provisions, acts, rules etc.
SPMCIL Procurement Manual

4 Time limit for taking a decisions, if any
The time limit for technical and administrative activities is adhered and
decisions taken within fixed duration. For HR Activities Time limits prescribed in CSMOP are followed.

5. Channel of supervision and accountability

The Subordinate Industrial/office Staff are supervised by concerned Supervisors/Senior Supervisors who inturn report to the concerned executives to whom the work has been allocated. These Executives work is supervised by respective functional heads . In turn The Chief General Manager oversees/supervises the overall unit with the help of the Functional heads.

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The Grievance Redressal Mechanism is regulated in terms of the SPMCIL Policy dated 06.12.2012.

Click the below Link to View the Grievance Redressal Policy:
Policy-Introduction of SPMCIL Grievance Redressal Mechanism
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Nil {As on 10.11.2022}

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In Pursuance of Section 4(1)(b) of the RTI, Act- 2005, the information with respect to various Policies/Rules/ Manuals held by different Departments and sections are being uploaded as a Pro-Active Disclosure.

RECRUITMENT POLICY-2012
• PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR EXECUTIVES AND SUPERVISORS.
• SPMCIL TELEPHONE POLICY-2010
• SPMCIL TA/DA RULES-2010
• SPMCIL LEAVE RULES – 2012
• SPMCIL APEX LEVEL BIPARTITE FORUM
• GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL MECHANISM
• PARTICIPATIVE MANAGEMENT
(I) WORKS COMMITTEE
(II) QUALITY CIRCLES
• SPMCIL CONDUCT, DISCIPLINE AND APPEAL RULES – 2020
• SPMCIL TRUSTS
(I) EPF TRUST, 1952
(II) GPF TRUST, 1925
(III) PENSION TRUST UNDER 37A
• SPMCIL MEDICAL POLICY-2012
• SCHEME FOR PAYMENT OF LUMPSUM COMPENSATION IN LIEU OF COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT
• SPMCIL COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT SCHEME – 2012
• SPMCIL EMPLOYEES SUGGESTION SCHEME – 2012
• MENTORING AND COACHING
• MENTORS &
• EMPLOYEES SUGGESTION SCHEME – 2012.
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Transfer Policy
SPMCIL LEAVE RULES 2022
SPMCIL CDA Rules 2020 
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In Pursuance of Section 4(1)(b) of the RTI, Act- 2005, the information with respect to various documents held by different Departments and sections are being uploaded as a Pro-Active Disclosure.

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Categories of Documents Maintained by Purchase Section 
Documents Maintained by HR Dept
Documents held by Finance Dept

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In Pursuance of Section 4(1)(b) of the RTI, Act- 2005, the information with respect to allocation of work among officials pertaining to different Departments and sections are being uploaded as a Pro-Active Disclosure.
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Purchase Section Duties
HR WORK ALLOCATION
Work Allocation Amongst F&A DEPT

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In pursuance of the Pro-Active Disclosure Norms of the RTI Act-2005. List of Tenders Advertised and Awarded for the year can be known by clicking the links given herein:(Updated on Daily basis on all working days).
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 Information On – Dec 31, 2020
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FILE CONTAINING RTI REQUESTS RECEIVED AND DISPOSED OF BETWEEN 01.01.2020 TO 31.12.2020 AS PER THE PROVISIONS OF THE RTI ACT
RTI REQUESTS AND INFORMATION PROVIDED AS ON 31 

 

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MSME_Relaxed_Norms_for_Startups

Information On – Mar 23, 2012
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MSME Public Procurement Policy 2012 

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
The powers & duties of officers and employees of the Company are derived mainly from the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 and Memorandum & Articles of Association of the Company. The employees of the Company are appointed for carrying out the business operations of the Company, which are in line with the objectives specified in the Memorandum of Association of the Company. The powers and duties of the officers and employees of India Govt. Mint, Hyderabad are in line with the job and functional requirements.

Sl. No.Name of Officer S/SHDesignationResponsible forPhone Number
1VNR NAYUDUChief General ManagerHead of the Department.040-27266095
2GARJEET SINGHJoint General Manager(TC)Production & Maintenance040-27268300 Extn:203
G.Krishna MohanDeputy General Manager(HR)Head of Office and Unit HR Head040-27260046 Extn.no:106
4G SrinivasDeputy General Manager(F&A)Finance &Accounts &Unit Finance Head040-27260237 Extn.no:103
5Shailesh Kumar AwachatDeputy General Manager(TO)Incharge-Maintainance040-27268300 Extn:202
6A.D.Himabindu TentuDeputy General Manager(IT)Information Technology040-27268300 Extn:125
7T.R.ShivalikarDeputy General Manager(R&D)Research and Development040-27268300 Extn:212
7PALAWAR NITIN GUPTAAssistant Manager(R&D)Research and Development040-27268300 Extn:212
8K.Ambarish KumarDeputy General Manager(TC)Quality Assurance040-27268300 Extn:220
10Sandeep Kumar SinghAssistant Manager(HR)Human Resource Department040-27268300 Extn:240
11SMT.V.AnithaManager(F&A)-IIFinance & Accounts040-27268300 Extn:108
12D.Sambasiva RaoManager(F&A)-IIIFinance & Accounts040-27268300 Extn:107
13SMT.S.KavithaManager(F&A)-IFinance & Accounts040-27268300 Extn:110
14Chitresh Kumar SinghDeputy Manager(IT)Information Technology040-27268300 Extn:213
14D.ANJINAPPAManager(VIG)VIGILANCE040-27268300
15D.Siva Subramanyam YadavDeputy Manager(Tech)Coining, Medal & Die040-27268300 Extn:230
16R.Raj KumarManager(MM) & CPSOMaterials Management040-27268300 Extn:122
17Visal.V.PrabhuAssistant Manager(Official Language)Rajbhasha040-27268300 Extn:111
18D.LAXMANBullion officerBullion Activities040-27268300 Extn:207
18Hanumantha RaoBullion officerBullion Activities040-27268300 Extn:207
   

 

Information On – Apr 10, 2021
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Office order on Internal Complaints Committee Dated 10.04.2021
OFFICE ORDER ICC 

Information On – Mar 31, 2021
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SAIFABAD MINT


In 1903, the whole process of minting was overhauled on the lines of European Mints and Mint was moved to Saifabad, from Darush-Shifa, in the premises which it occupies to this day. The new building was erected at a cost of Rs.2,67,424/-and modern machinery and equipments was installed to the value of Rs. 4,89,906/- thus bringing the total cost upto Rs. ,57,330/-. This has since been added from time to time.
In 1948 the State of Hyderabad came under the control of Government of India. The Nizam of Hyderabad was made Raj Pramukh. Minting of Osmania Sicca was continued in Saifabad Mint until middle of fifties. Thereafter, Government of India introduced decimal coin in 1957, soon manufacturing of 12 paise, 2paise, 3 paise, 5paise, 10 paise, 25 paise and 50 paise was taken up. Administratively, Hyderabad Mint was under the control of Bombay Mint from 1948 to 1962. Thereafter Hyderabad Mint functioned independently and reported directly to the Ministry of Finance, Department of Economic Affairs, under the Government of India, New Delhi. Over the years there have been many changes in machinery as well as coinage alloys. A second shift in night was introduced to enhance production. The strength of staff and workmen rose to nearly 1200. The production touched 2.0 million pieces per day. Initially, lower denominations up to 50 paise were struck in Hyderabad Mint. Slowly, with the increase in demand of higher denominations, Hyderabad Mint took up production of Rs. 5, Rs. 2 and Rs. 1 etc. at par with other Mints. As a result Mint had to handle increase in volume.The present space was found to be cramped with more metal and men. Also old machineries required to be replaced and technology was required to be upgraded in line with modern trend in the world to churn out more and better quality of coins. In 1991 Government of India decided to go for ambitious modernization programme for three Mints at Bombay, Calcutta and Hyderabad. Since the space in the present Mint was not sufficient it was decided to build a New Mint altogether at Cherlapally and to shift activities from Saifabad to the new place. Accordingly, a new Mint was equipped with new advanced machineries at Cherlapally on 20th August, 1997. All the operations which are hazardous to environment have been shifted to Cherlapally.
Name and address of the Organization
INDIA GOVERNMENT MINT, IDA Phase-II, HCL Post, Cherlapally, Hyderabad-500 051.
Head of the organization
Dr.Jyoti Prakash Dash, Chief General Manager
VISION, MISSION and KEY OBJECTIVES
• Improvement in work culture.

• Bringing in efficiencies for manufacturing cost effective products.

• Utilizing spare capacity for production of diversified products to avoid idle time.

• Change in production patterns so as to exploit technology advancement.

• Meeting fully the requirement of Central Government and State Governments for security products and
Currency and coin indents of RBI.

• Exploration of new business opportunities.

• Achieve cost effectiveness and move towards creation of Profit centers.

• Improvement in quality of products.

• Change in the production patterns.

• Indigenization of inputs, specially security paper and ink.
FUNCTIONS & DUTIES
• The Unit Mints Coins of various denominations under the Coinage Act, 2011 as per the indent received from RBI/Ministry of Finance/SPMCIL. In addition Medals, Medallions for Police, Government Departments, Universities are made. Further, Gold & Silver assaying is also done for various Stake holders
ORGANIZATION CHART
• CLICK THE LINK TO VIEW THE ORGANIZATION CHART
ORGANISATION STRUCTURE

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
Overall management of the Company is vested with the Board of Directors of the Company, which is the highest decision making body within the Company. As per the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 certain matters require the approval of the shareholders of the Company in General Meeting. The Board of Directors is accountable to the shareholders of the Company. India Government Mint Hyderabad being a Unit of Security Printing & Minting Corporation of India a Public Sector Enterprise (SPMCIL), the Board of Directors of the Company is also accountable to the Government of India.
The day-to-day management of the Company is entrusted to the Chairman, the Whole Time Directors and other Officers of the Company, who exercise their decision-making as per delegation of powers. The company has well defined systems with respect to decision-making process. Generally, the proposals requiring decisions are initiated at the appropriate level of the executive, depending upon the nature with regard to financial implication, urgency, and importance of the matter.

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
The Company has well defined procedures and guidelines for smooth operations and its officers discharge their respective functions within the norms set through:
• Delegation of Powers issued to the Chairman & Managing Directors, functional Directors and to the officers of the Company at various levels. The exercise of powers should not infringe upon different provisions of the Companies Act, Government Guidelines and any other statutory/regulatory requirement. The delegation of powers is subject to observance of Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association, relevant policy, guidelines and administrative instructions of the Company.
• Policies and Guidelines issued by the Company.
• Manuals/Instructions. The Company has procedural manuals covering all important activities viz. Personnel Manual, Accounts Manual and Internal Audit Manual.
• Guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises.
• Guidelines of Chief Vigilance Commission.
• Listing requirement.
• Compliance with provisions of Statutes, etc.

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
• RECRUIMENT RULES
• PROCUREMENT MANUAL
• GENERAL FINANCIAL RULES
• SPMCIL LUMPSUM COMPENSATION RULES – 31.08.2009
• SPMCIL COMPASSAIONATE APPOINTMENT RULES-04.02.2013
• ACCOUNTS MANUAL
• ACCOUNTING POLICIES
• SPMCIL T.A DA RULE – 2010
• EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND RULES
• SPMCIL CONDUCT, Discipline & Appeal RULES – 2020
• SPMCIL TELEPHONE POLICY – 2010
• SPMCIL COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT SCHEME 2012
• SPMCIL LEAVE RULES 2022
• SPMCIL MEDICAL POLICY 2013


India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
The various categories of documents that are being held by the Company or under its control are given below:
(A) Memorandum & Articles of Association of the Company

(B) Books of Accounts maintained by the Company

(C) Annual Returns and Statutory Registers under the Companies Act, 1956

(D) Annual Reports of the Company
(E) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Finance, Government of India

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
All Policies are formulated by the Administrative Ministry i.e. Ministry of Finance and SPMCIL Headquarters. Therefore, India Government Mint, Hyderabad does not have any arrangement for consultation with members of the public in formulation of its policies or implementation thereof. However, all its policies are formulated in compliance with provisions of applicable statutes, regulations, guidelines, etc.

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
High Officials at Corporate Office:

AUTHORITIESContact Number
Shri. VNR Nayudu, Chief General Manager040-27266095
Garjeet Singh, Joint General Manager(TC)040-27268300 (Ext.203)
Sh. G.Krishna Mohan, Deputy General Manager(HR)040-29883480
G Srinivas, Deputy General Manager(F&A)040-27268300 (Ext.103)
Shailesh Kumar Awachat, Deputy General Manager(TO)040-27268300 (Ext.204)
A.D.Himabindu.Tentu, Deputy General Manager(IT)040-27268300 (Ext.125)
T.R.Shivalikar, Deputy General Manager(R&D)040-27268300 (Ext.212)
P Nithin Guptha, Assistant Manager(R&D)040-27268300 (Ext.212)
K.Ambarish Kumar, Deputy General Manager(TC)040-27268300 (Ext.220)
Sandeep Kumar Singh, Assistant Manager(HR)040-27268300 (Ext.320)
SMT.V.Anitha, Manager(F&A)-II040-27268300 (Ext.108)
D.Sambasiva Rao, Manager(F&A)-III040-27268300 (Ext.107)
SMT.S.Kavitha, Manager(F&A)-I040-27268300 (Ext.110)
Chitresh Kumar Singh, Deputy Manager(IT)040-27268300 (Ext.213)
D. Anjinappa, Manager(Vigilance)040-27268300
D.Siva Subramanyam Yadav, Deputy Manager(Tech)040-27268300 (Ext.230)
R.Raj Kumar, Manager(M.M)040-27268300 (Ext.122)
Visal.V.Prabhu, Assistant manager(OL)040-27268300 (Ext.111)
a) D.Laxman, Bullion Officer; b) Hanumantha Rao, Bullion Officer.040-27268300 Extn:207

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
The pay scales of officials are of CDA pattern. The monthly emoluments of officers, Supervisor and workmen at various grades of pay scale are given below: Revised Pay Scale For 6th CPC (w.e.f. 01.01.2006)
LEVEL, PAY-SCALE & DESIGNATION OF EMPLOYEES Executive Category
LEVEL, PAY-SCALE & DESIGNATION OF EMPLOYEES Executive Category

LEVELDESIGNATIONPAY SCALE
E-8Chief General ManagerPay Scale- Rs.144200 – 218200- Level 14/Index.10 Corresponding IDA- 120000-280000
E-7General Manager100000-260000
E-6Addl. General Manager90000-240000
E-5Joint General Manager80000-220000
E-4Deputy General Manager70000-200000
E-3Manager60000-180000
E-2Deputy Manager50000-160000
E-1Assistant Manager40000-140000

SUPERVISORS

LEVELDESIGNATIONPay Scale (CDA & IDA)
S-2/A-2Senior SupervisorCDA: Rs.44,900-1,42,400/- in Level 7 of 7th CPC; IDA: Rs. 29,000-1,10,000/-
S-1/A-1Supervisor (Technical/Operation/Production/ Maintenance/Safety/Purchase/ Marketing/Finance/HR/IT etc)CDA: Rs.35,400-1,12,400/- in Level 6 of 7th CPC; IDA: 26000-100000

WORKMEN CATERGORY

LEVELDESIGNATIONPay Scale/Level as per 7th CPC/ 3rd PRC IDA Scale
W-6ForemanCDA: Level 6/IDA: ₹.26690-92730
W-5/B-5Senior Operator/ Sr. Office AssistantCDA:Level 5/IDA:₹.25320-88040
W-4/B-4Operator/ Office AssistantCDA:Level 4/IDA:₹.23910-85570
W-3/B-3Sr.Technician/Jr.Office AssistantCDA: Level 3/IDA: ₹.21540-77160
W2TechnicianCDA: Level 2/IDA: ₹. 20590-73770
W1Jr. TechnicianCDA: Level 1/ IDA: ₹.18780-67390.

Designations are illustrative depending on the Functional area the employee is working. Company is under obligation to changeover to IDA pattern of Pay Scales in consultation with the Unions
Level, Designations and Pay Scales of Executives and Non-Executives

Information On – Mar 30, 2021
India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
Budget & Revised Estimates for the year 2020-21 and Budget Estimates for the Year 2021-22 Can be viewed by clicking the below link.
BE, RE 2020-21 and BE 2021-22 

Information On – Mar 30, 2021
India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
Information reduced in electronic form, is available on SPMCIL website www.spmcil.com and Unit’s website https://igmhyderabad.spmcil.com under relevant tabs.

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)
No Library or Public Reading Room is available for access to the Public in General.

India Government Mint, Hyderabad (Telangana)

Appellate AuthorityPublic Information Officer (Technical)Public Information Officer (HR)Public Information Officer (F&A)Public Information Officer (IT)Public Information Officer (Purchase)
Shri.VNR Nayudu
Chief General Manager
India Government Mint
IDA Phase II, Cherlapally,
Hyderabad 500 051
Telephone:(040)27266095
27261731,Ext.101
Fax No (040) 27262951

E-mail:igm.hyderabad@spmcil.com
Shri Garjeet Singh
Joint General Manager(TC)
India Government Mint
IDA Phase II, Cherlapally,
Hyderabad 500 051
Telephone: 9685716000
Fax No (040) 27262951

E-mail:garjeet.singh@spmcil.com
Shri J. a
Deputy Manager(L)
India Government Mint
IDA Phase II, Cherlapally,
Hyderabad 500 051
Telephone: 04027268300(114)
Fax No (040) 27262951

E-mail:sriharsha@spmcil.com
Shri G.Srinivas
Deputy General Manager(F&A)
India Government Mint
IDA Phase II, Cherlapally,
Hyderabad 500 051
Telephone: 04027268300(103)
Fax No (040) 27262951

E-mail:srinivas@spmcil.com
Smt A.D.Himabindu Tentu
Dy. General Manager(IT)
India Government Mint
IDA Phase II, Cherlapally,
Hyderabad 500 051
Telephone: 9701739938
Fax No (040) 27262951

E-mail:himabindu.tentu@spmcil.com
Shri R.Raj Kumar
Manager(MM)
India Government Mint
IDA Phase II, Cherlapally,
Hyderabad 500 051
Telephone: 9179299799
Fax No (040) 27262951

E-mail:raj.kumar@spmcil.com

 

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Rolling Advertisement for Internship Programme in Design at India Government Mint, Hyderabad

Published on       :        Jun 15, 2022
Unit                      :         India Government Mint, Hyderabad
Last Date             :        Jun 30, 2023

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Rolling Advertisement for Internship Programme in Marketing at India Government Mint, Hyderabad

Published on       :        Jun 15, 2022
Unit                      :         India Government Mint, Hyderabad
Last Date             :        Jun 30, 2023

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Advt. No. 05/2022 – Engagement of Assistant Company Secretary & CSR Associate on fixed term 

Published on          :  Sep 16, 2022
Unit                     :    SPMCIL,Corporate Office,New Delhi
 

Advt. No. 04/2022: Recruitment for Assistant Manager (Official Language)

Published on          :  Sep 16, 2022
Unit                     :    SPMCIL,Corporate Office,New Delhi
 
 
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RESULT: Advt. No. 01/2022 – Young Professional (Marketing)

Published on          :  Sep 06, 2022
Unit                     :    SPMCIL,Corporate Office,New Delhi
 
 
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Advt. No. 03/2022 – Recruitment for various disciplines

Published on             :       Sep 03, 2022
Unit                             :       SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
Last Date                    :       Oct 03, 2022

Advt No. 02/2022: Engagement of One Consultant (IT) and One Consultant (Gold Trading/Hedging)

Published on             :       Jul 25, 2022
Unit                             :       SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
Last Date                    :       Aug 27, 2022

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