Information under Chapter-II Section 4 (b) of the Right to Information Act
|01||particulars of the ordnance factory varangaon - its functions and duties (organisation chart)|
|02||powers and duties of the officers and employees|
|03||procedure followed in the decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability|
|04||the norms set by the ordnance factories for the discharge of its functions|
|05||the rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by the ordnance factories and used by its employees for discharging its functions|
|06||statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control.|
|07||particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or reorientation by, the members of public in relation to formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.|
|08||statement of boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advise, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open t public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.|
|09||directory of company officers and employees|
|10||monthly remuneration received by each of the company's officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations.|
|11||budget allocated to each of company's agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditure and reports on disbursements made.|
|12||manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and details of beneficiaries of such programmes.|
|13||particulars of receipt of concessions, permits or authorization granted by the company|
|14||details in respect of information, available to or held by the company, reduced in an electronic form.|
|15||Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room if maintained for public use.|
|16||Name(s), designation(s) and other particulars of Public Information Officer(s)|
|17||Other Useful Information|
CHAPTER - 1
Particulars of the ORDNANCE FACTORY VARANGAON - its functions and duties:
OFV is an unit of The Indian Ordnance Factories Organization, which is the largest and oldest departmentally run production organization in the country. The organization comes under the Department of Defence Production under Ministry of Defence. The corporate head quarters are at Kolkata, West Bengal. Two more branch head quarters are located at Avadi, Chennai and Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. There are 39 Ordnance Factories geographically distributed all over the country at 24 different locations. There are 10 factories in Maharashtra, 8 factories in Uttar Pradesh, 6 factories each in Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, 4 factories in West Bengal, 2 factories in Uttaranchal and one each in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Chandigarah. 18 factories were set up before Independence.
ORDNANCE FACTORY VARANGAON (OFV) was inaugurated by Late Y.B. Chavan, Former Defence Minister on 15th October 1964 The factory is located at VARANGAON, Dist. Jalgaon (Maharashtra) on the Mumbai - Nagpur section of Central Railway, nearest Railway station being Bhusawal and nearest Airport being Aurangabad. Shri Bal Bhushan , IOFS is the General Manager ( CEO ) as on 15.05.2006 the factory has on its rolls 2563 employees across all grades.
Main functions of the Factory are as follows:
* Extracts from O.F. Board/Inter Factory demands from Sister Factories are
received which indicates receipt of firm manufacturing orders.
* Thereafter estimates/process schedule/ Budget requirements are prepared, detailing every aspect of productionisation.
* Simultaneous action is being initiated for procurement of materials and manufacture warrant is issued to productions shop for starting the production process.
* Production process confirming to process schedule begins.
* The product is then evaluated through strict quality control regime as per, Quality Requirement of the Customer, best international standards and also fulfilling requirements of ISO - 9001-2000, and thereafter Inspection Note is issued.
* Finally issue voucher is prepared and finished product is dispatched.
* Monitoring production and issues, expenditure of allotted budgets to the factory and allied matters like administration, material management, engineering, quality, HRD, R&D, security, safety, welfare etc.
* Reporting achievements to O.F. Board.
* Replying to queries of Parliament, Standing Committee, Audit etc. Through O.F. Board.
Main goal of the factory is to supply the indented products in right quantity and quality at right time. To achieve that the major activities are production, purchase of input materials and their storage and drawl, purchase of new plant & machineries and maintenance of existing ones, quality assurance of finished store as well as at stage/ interstages of production, supply of accepted stores and disposal/ conversion of waste, obsolete and unserviceable stores. Other major supporting activities are recruitment, transfer, promotion, training and vigilance of employees, security & safety of the factory and its belongings, welfare etc. Other activities include interaction with customers for getting feedback about supplied products as well as their new requirements, assimilation of technology for the requirement of upgraded/ new products by importation of technology or using technology of DRDO or develop the product by in-house R&D.
CHAPTER - 2
Powers and Duties of the Officers and Employees
At the apex level, the organization is headed by Director General of Ordnance Factories (DGOF) & Chairman, and under him there are 9 Members. 5 (five) Members look after the functioning of the factories under 5 (five) operating divisions. Each factory is headed by a General Manager (or Sr. General Manager) who is responsible for all matters of that factory.
Though Indian Ordnance Factories is a production organization, the authority/ responsibility of making design & specification of products and inspection of end store is with other agencies. Till 31st March 2005, the authority for inspection of input materials, the products required by Services (Army, Navy, Air Force) and other defence departments, was with Director General of Quality Assurance. For Army, DGNAI for Navy,& DGAQA for Air force respectively.
Financial powers are resting with the Group-A Gazette Officers only. Compilation on financial powers published from OFB, Kolkata is available. Similar compilation on administrative powers, published by OFB, is also available.
In OFV, the General Manager is the administrative head. The affairs of the factory are regulated as provided in various Acts viz, The Factories Act, Payment of Wages Act, Industrial Dispute Act, Workmen Compensation Act, Pollution Control Act etc. A Local Accounts Office is attached with every factory to advise the General Manager on financial aspects.
Besides General Manager, there are other Group-A Officers of the rank of Addl. General Manager, Joint General Manager, Works Manager and Asst. Works Manager. Below them are Group-B Officers and Group-C Staff. Employees directly engaged in production activities are called Direct Workers. Indirect Workers provide support activities like maintenance of buildings and plant & machineries, quality assurance etc.
CHAPTER - 3
Procedure followed in the decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability
Channel for decision-making is vertical. In OFB, Kolkata decisions are generally taken at the level of Deputy Director General, Member or DGOF & Chairman. The major decisions are taken in the Board Meeting(s) or Special Board Meeting(s). The Minutes of the Meetings are not made public.
In OFV, General Manager of the factory is the final decision taking authority for all administrative and financial matters. He also exercises administrative and financial power as Head of the Department. All Addl.General Managers function as Divisional Heads of each Division.
Functions of each Division regarding their organization, allocation of duties, daily monitoring, deployment of manpower are decided by the concerned Divisional Heads.
All decisions are taken by Officers from the level of Divisional Officer up to General Manager. Deputy Labour Welfare Commissioner or Assistant Labour Welfare Commissioner from Ministry of Labour assists General Manager in taking decision(s) on industrial relation(s).
(a) Functions and duties are discharged strictly as per rules and procedures applicable to each area for e.g. Disciplinary rules are based on CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 which are applicable to all employees under the Central Govt. Similarly, conduct of the employees is monitored as per CCS Conduct Rules, 1964.
(b) Material Management functions are discharged as per manual issued by O.F. Board.
(c) Supervision and accountability are clearly defined. Any lapse in the production shop is attributed normally to the supervisory staff starting from Chargeman Gr.II (Tech.) to Asst. Foreman (Tech.). Accountability for overall supervision of the whole section rests on Head of Section/ Officer-in-Charge of the concerned Section. Each Production Section is headed by Junior Works Manager (Group 'B' Gazetted). They are fully accountable to ensure unhampered operations in the section under their charge. Next level of accountability starts with the Divisional Officer, Group Officer, and Divisional head.
They are responsible for planning, co-ordination and to deal with external agencies like concerned inspection agency of the user. Overlapping of responsibility and accountability in the present system cannot be ruled out.
CHAPTER - 4
The norms set by the Ordnance Factories for the discharge of its Functions
The declared mission of the Ordnance Factories is "production of state of the art battle field equipments". With that in view, the Ordnance Factories manufacture such the products and equipments for customers, which are safe, reliable, and operationally consistent under varying and extreme conditions of terrain and climate. With the large number of items being manufactured under the umbrella of OFB, it is necessary that strict vigil on the numbers and quality is kept. Besides, it is also important to keep the assets - both animate and inanimate in shape. Ordnance Factories have, therefore, set certain norms for discharge of its functions in different areas as below:
(i) Maintenance: Immediate (Monitoring on daily basis)
(ii) Stock Verification: Once in a year for any item (all items)
(iii) Stock Taking : Annual on 31st March of the year
(iv) Quality: Inspection on daily basis
(v) Recruitments: Annual
(vi) Promotions: Annual (Effected on monthly basis)
(vii) Training: Group 'A' Officers
Group 'B' Officers
(viii) Modernization of Assets and Production Facilities: Continuous on a five-year roll plan basis
(ix) Welfare: JCM Meetings once in a month.
CHAPTER - 5
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by the Ordnance Factories and used by its employees for discharging its functions:
Ordnance Factory Board has its production units spread all over the country and is a governmental organization, OFV being one of the units under O.F. Board. Being a strategic arm of the Government, it discharges the sovereign function of the state and is involved in arms and ammunition production. This organization has been empowered with a definitive set of Rules and regulations for discharging its various functions. Rules and Regulations are also available for dealing with the agencies with which our organization interacts, to deal with its own employees, for proper utilization of public resources and for ensuring timely and efficient production of vital items required by our armed forces, Para-military units and other customers. Although the list of such Rules, Regulations and instructions are very large in number, the following is the frequently used list:
(i) This factory is a production unit employing a large number of workers. Factories Acts 1948 provides in detail the facilities, which are to be made available to the workers. Provisions of this Act also lay down provisions for providing safe working conditions for the workers. This act also takes care of regulations in working hours of industrial employees including payment to be made for overtime working. This Act also provides for inspection by factory inspectors for proper monitoring of the application of the provisions.
(ii) Payment of Wages Act 1936 lays down the schedule of payment, deductions which can be made from the salary of workers, etc.
(iii) For contract workers, their wages are safeguarded by Minimum Wages Act, 1948. This Act provides for the lower limit for the wages, which has to be ensured for the contract worker. CONTRACT LABOUR(R&A) Act lays down specific responsibility for the Principal Employer and various other social security measures like provident fund, employees State Insurance, etc. to be ensured for contract workers. Contract labour (R&A) Act, 1970, is the main instrument in ensuring non-exploitation of unorganized workers serving in our organization under the contractors.
(iv) Industrial Relations are governed by ID Act, 1947. As per provisions laid out in this act Works Committee, etc. are constituted which lays down the foundation of workers participation in certain areas of decision-making. However, in our organization participative management is further strengthened by forums like Joint Consultative Machinery, Productivity Council, Safety Committees, etc.
(v) For any production unit, material plays a very important role. Raw and Semi-finished material is procured by our factories for converting them into finished products. In these transactions provision laid down in the Sales of Good Act provide the guidance.
(vi) The organization enters into various types of contracts for purchase of material/
services, etc. Indian Contract Act provides the conditions that are essential for a valid and enforceable contract.
(vii) To safeguard the environment we follow the law laid down by Pollution Control Act of the State Govt., which lays down criteria for effluents/emission etc.
(viii) The employees of our organization belong to Central Civil Service and their conduct is to be governed by Central Civil Service (Conduct) Rules, 1964. Provisions of this Rule ensure that the government servant discharges his duty with loyalty and devotion at all times and does nothing, which is unbecoming of a Govt. servant. It also mentions about certain sanctions etc., which are to be taken for property transaction. Thus Conduct Rules ensures that Govt. servant conduct is impeccable at all times and the general public has faith in the Government machinery. Conduct Rule also lay down guidelines for how to deal with public representatives and how the govt. servant should conduct himself in public.
(ix) To maintain proper disciplined environment in our factories, offices, training centers, etc. we follow the provisions of Central Civil Services (Classification, Control & Appeal) Rules 1965. These rules are based on the principle of Natural justice and have elaborate provisions regarding disciplinary authority, suspension, enquiries, penalties, appeals, revision, etc.
(x) In financial matter, Rules laid down in GFR are applicable which lay down basic
principles for decision regarding financial transaction. FRSR (Fundamental Rules &
Supplementary Rules) are relevant in salary fixation, allowance, etc. For further guidance in financial matters, Financial Regulation is also referred to. Matter regarding traveling allowances is dealt by TR Rules. Delegation of financial power is enlisted in DFPR. Regarding financial power of OFB /General Managers of factories under various heads separate delegation has been obtained from Govt. and compiled.
(xi) SRO for various posts provide rules for the number of post sanctioned, recruitment/promotion eligibility, scale of pay, etc.
(xii) For quarter allotment in our factories estates, 'SRO 149/2004 for quarter allotment in Ordnance Factories and Ordnance Equipment Factories is valid.
(xiii) Pension matters are dealt by CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972. These rules provide for various kind of pensions like superannuation, family pension etc. In addition they deal with matter related to Voluntary Retirement, commutation of pension and various other retirement matters.
(xiv) (a) Ordnance Factories are having a Procedure Manual listing various rules/regulations applicable to its functioning. The said Manual has been re-compiled and presently it contains chapters on :-
(a) Discipline and Conduct
(i) Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules
(ii) Conduct Rules & Disciplinary Matters
(iii) Concept of Security (Espionage, Subversion and Sabotage)
(iv) Litigation Procedure
(b) Welfare Provision
(i) Labour Welfare
(iii) Health Care
(v) Grievance handling
(c) Service Conditions
(ii) Recommendation of 5th CPC
(iii) CCS (Revised) Rules 1997
(iv) Seniority, Promotion & Careers Progression
(v) CCS Leave Rules, 1972 (for GOs, NGOs & NIEs)
(vi) Deputation & Transfer
(vii) Performance Appraisal
(viii) Industrial Establishment
(d) Acts & Regulations
(i) Labour Legislation & Industrial Law
(ii) Mustering Procedure
(iii) Delegation of Financial Power
(iv) Reservation in Service
(v) Accidents & Compensation
(vi) Official Language Policy
(e) General Matters
(i) Industrial Relations & Unions & Associations
(ii) Cash Management
(iii) Estate Management
(iv) Office Procedures & Documentation
(v) Human Resource Development
(vi) Miscellaneous Chapter
(i) Advances & Loans
(ii) TA & LTC
(iii) Pensionary & Terminal Benefits
(iv) Officers' Entitlements
(b) Office works in our set ups are carried out according to 'Office Procedure Manual'. This Manual contains details of Noting, drafting, filing system, etc. This
ensures proper record keeping and monitoring of file movement.
(c) In the field of Material Procurement Defence Procurement Manual and Ordnance
factory Board Purchase & Procurement Manual is available.
(d) For accounting of labour & material we follow our Store Accounting Procedure.
(e) For leasing and licensing of facilities in estates we have a Land Lease Policy, 1990 approved by the government. It provides for the method adopted/criteria to be followed for leasing out land for market, school, banks, etc.
(f) Detailed instructions are issued by DOP&T based on rules in the matters of recruitment, promotion, reservation etc.
(g) CVC instructions received from time to time are followed for ensuring transparency and impartiality in purchase matters.
(h) In construction of building and other facilities, the standard rates and estimates given in MES regulations are followed.
(i) In OFV ISO 9001 systems are incorporated to ensure quality output, customer satisfaction and continued improvement in our methods. Work is carried out on the production shop floor as per the Standing instructions.
CHAPTER - 06
STATEMENT OF THE CATAGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL
The Factory holds the commercial and technical documents regarding its production and/or business operations and data relating to its employees.
Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or reorientation by, the members of public in relation to formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.
As mentioned above, OFV is an Unit of the Indian Ordnance Factories Organisation, under the Ministry of Defence and is thus governed by rules framed by the Government from time to time.
From time to time, Hon'ble Members of various Parliamentary Committees visits the Factory and the Factory has a built-in system of interfacing with various important committees of the Defence Ministry.
In addition to the above, Facility has been provided at our website for addressing queries from the general public.
CHAPTER No. 08
Statement of Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advise, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open t public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.
The Factory has a Joint Consultative Machinery comprising of representatives of the Management and the Workmen and is Chaired by the General Manager. The minutes of the meetings are published and is accessible to all employees of the organization.
For complete details of the scheme, please visit www.ofbindia.gov.in
CHAPTER No. 9
Directory of Company Officers and Employees
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CHAPTER No. 10
Monthly Remuneration received by each of the company's Officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its Regulations.
The employees of the Ordnance Factories are categorized in four groups for the
purpose of compensation in regard to their work viz.
1. Group 'A' & 'B' Gazetted Officers
2. Group 'B' & 'C' Non Gazetted Officers
3. Group 'C' & 'D' Non Industrial Employees and
4. Group 'C' & 'D' Industrial Employees
2. While specific rules and regulations apply to each category of employees for payment of salary and wages, the common denominator for payment to all the employees is the 'basic pay' derived from one of the 34 pay scales prescribed by the Govt. of India under the Central civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules 1997. All the employees of the Ordnance Factories are Central Government employees and depending upon the post held, they are assigned with a particular scale of pay and their 'basic pay' is fixed at an appropriate step in terms of the FR & SR, Part - I.
3. In addition to the basic pay, all the employees are paid certain other allowances at
a prescribed rate depending upon the place of posting and applicability, as announced by the Government of India from time to time. Some of the allowances, which are common to all categories, are Dearness Allowance, House Rent Allowance, City Compensatory Allowance, Transport Allowance, Hill Compensatory & Bad Climate Allowance, Project allowance etc.
4. Other allowances which are paid to the specific category of employees are:
(i) Group 'A' Medical Officers - Non-practicing allowance
(ii) Group 'B' Gazetted & Non Gazetted Officers - Risk Allowance
(iii) Group 'C' non-Gazetted Officers and Group 'C' & 'D' non-Industrial Employees -
Risk Allowance, Overtime Allowance and Night Duty Allowance.
(iv) Group 'C' & 'D' Industrial Employees - Risk Allowance, Overtime Allowance and Night Duty Allowance, Night Shift Bonus, Piece-work profit to Production worker and Incentive Bonus to Maintenance worker.
5. Remuneration to the employees of Ordnance Factories is paid on monthly basis.
All category of employees are paid on last day of the month while wages to the Industrial Employees are paid up to tenth day of the following month as prescribed in the Factories Act.
6. While the total salary paid to various categories of employees from Gr. 'A' Gazetted Officers to Gr. 'D' non-Industrial Employees is simple arithmetical summation of pay and all other allowances, the total wages paid to an Industrial Employee are calculated in an elaborate manner which needs some explanation.
7. For the purpose of wage calculation, the Industrial Employees are divided in two
sub-categories viz. Day Worker and Piece Worker. A Day Worker can be any Industrial Employee in general who is paid on the basis of attendance. Their work is generally not measurable and non repetitive in nature. Consequently they are not entitled for any incentive except Essential Maintenance Worker who is paid an Incentive Bonus.
A Piece Worker is essentially a worker engaged in production, and whose work is measurable and repetitive in nature. These workmen are paid an incentive known as Piece-work Profit.
The total wages paid constitute the following elements:
o Duty Pay
(Time Wages / Nominal Time wages)
o Other elements of Pay
Idle Time Pay
Over Time Pay
o Fixed Allowances
o Other Allowances
Night Shift Bonus
Night Duty Allowance
o Piece-work Profit to Production Worker
o Incentive Bonus to essential Maintenance Worker
9. The definition of different elements of pay & allowances given in Table-I and that
of standard working hours are given below.
Working Hours : For the purpose of calculation of duty pay and overtime, normal working hours are taken as 44.75 hours/week with 8 hours a day from Monday to Friday and 4.25 hrs on a Saturday. The workers become eligible for Overtime payment for working beyond normal hours.
Weekly Holiday : Sunday is the weekly holiday for which no separate payment is admissible.
Duty Pay or Time Wages for the Day Workers including the Maintenance Workers are calculated for each month on the basis of actual attendance for the month according to the following formula: P * A / (N - S - H)
P- monthly rate of pay of the worker, A- number of days present or attendance
N- number of days in a calendar month,
S- number of Sundays in month, H- number of paid holidays, if any in the month.
Duty Pay or Time Wages for the Piece Workers are calculated for each month on the basis of actual attendance for the month according to formula : P * A / (N - S), where the symbols have the same meaning as that of the day workers.
Daily Rate of Pay : Leave Pay, Holiday Pay, Injury Pay and Idle Time Pay are calculated on the basis of daily rate of pay as under:
Piece Worker - P / (N - S)
Day Worker - P / (N - S - H)
Note: Payment of Idle Time is made under following circumstances -
(i) High atmospheric humidity hindering certain operations in explosive factories or unfavourable weather conditions hindering operations in optical works depending on sunlight.
(ii) Failure of power supply.
(iii) Breakdown of plant and machinery.
(iv) Temporary shortage of materials.
(v) Temporary shortage of work in highly specialized sections.
Night Duty Allowance : Workers are entitled to get Night Duty Allowance @ 10 mins for each hour of work done between 2200 hrs to 0600 hrs in the night shift. The
prescribed hourly rate for NDA is (Pay + DA + CCA)/200.
Overtime : Industrial employees are entitled to additional payment for work done beyond the normal working hours. There are two sets of rules applicable for overtime payment viz. (i) Departmental Rules and (ii) The Factories Act.
For work beyond normal working hours and upto 9 hrs. a day or beyond 44.75 hrs upto 48 hrs in a week, overtime is paid under departmental rules which is known as DOT. For work done beyond 9 hrs. a day or 48 hrs a week, payment is admissible at twice the rate of pay plus all allowances under the Factories Act (often loosely termed as OT Bonus).
OVER TIME PAYMENTS UNDER DEPARTMENTAL RULES (DOT)
In the case of Day Workers, the overtime is paid at the rate of Basic Pay + Dearness Allowances + City Compensatory Allowance + Personal Pay + Special Pay + Pension to the extent as applicable, divided by 200 for each hour of overtime worked.
The hourly rate is the same for the work done both in Day & Night Shift.
In the case of Piece Workers, again there are two sets of rules for DOT. It is calculated @ Basic Pay (alone)/200 per hour in the day shift.
For working in the night shift, an additional element known as Night Shift Bonus is also added. This is calculated for half an hour for each hour of overtime worked under departmental rules @ (Basic Pay + Dearness Allowances + City Compensatory Allowance)/200.
OVER TIME PAYMENTS UNDER THE FACTORIES ACT, 1948
For work done, beyond 9 hrs. a day or 48 hrs a week, there are two sets of rules -
one for the Day Worker and the other for the Piece Worker.
Day Worker: Hourly rate of payment which are applicable equally in the day shift as well in the night shift is calculated at the rate = twice the pay & allowances/200.piece Worker: Hourly rate of payment in the day shift is calculated at the rate = twice the
pay & allowances/200. In the night shift, the same becomes = (twice the pay + pay/4 + allowances)/200.
Piece Work Profit : All recurring items of production are appropriately assigned a piecework rate in terms of 'hours' after careful time and motion study. If a worker is engaged on the piece-work system and he produces quantity 'Q' in the month (duly certified by the QA as "accepted") for which the allowed time is 't' per piece, he would earn Total
Time (T) = (Q)*(t). If his monthly attendance is 'A' hours, his piece work profit expressed in percentage terms (PWP%) would be (T-A)*100/A. This would entitle him to get an element of incentive equal to NTW*PWP%/100 where NTW is the abbreviation for Nominal Time Wages. Here, the Nominal Time Wages (NTW) is nothing but the Duty Pay or Time Wages calculated for the Piece Workers at the minimum of the scale to which he belongs to i.e. Pmin* A / (N - S).
The above calculation is for the individual piece workers. Many a times, the piece-workers work in a gang in which case the unique piece-work profit percentage of the gang is equally applicable to all the members of the gang for the purpose of calculating their piece work profits.
Incentive Bonus to Essential Maintenance Workers : An incentive bonus is paid to essential maintenance workers of skilled and semi skilled category employed in the maintenance of plant and services within the factory. This category of bonus is linked with the profit earned by the piece workers and paid at the @ 50% of the piece work profit earned in the month by all the piece workers, both individual and gang workers of the production section, if he is attached to a production section or @ 50% of the average piece work profit earned in the month by all the piece workers both individual and gang piece workers in the factory, if he is not attached to a specific production section.
Budget allocated to each of company's agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditure and reports on disbursements made.
ORDNANCE FACTORY VARANGAON being an unit of the Indian Ordnance Factories under the Ministry of Defence is covered under the Defence estimate which is discuss and passed by the Parliament.
Manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and details of beneficiaries of such programmes.
Particulars of receipt of concessions, permits or authorization granted by the Company
Details in respect of information, available to or held by the company, reduced in an electronic form.
Information related to the factory profile/activities is available in the website : http://ofbindia.gov.in/units/index.php?unit=OFV
Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room if maintained for public use.
Factory does not maintain any public library.
Name(s), designation(s) and other particulars of Public Information Officer(s)
Addl. General Manager,
Phone (O) 02582-277931
FAX : 02582-277822
Email : email@example.com
Jt. General Manager
Shri Rishi Mukherjee
Shri Vijay Ganesan
Alternate APIO - Shri Vishwa Manohar
Other Useful Information
As per guidelines issued by the Central Vigilance Commission, a structured system exists in the organization to address all complaints relating to any corrupt activities of any of our employees.
General Public may contact :-
Shri P.K. Shrivastava, IOFS,
Phone (O) 02582-277811
( R ) 02582-277346
FAX : 02582-277822
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Vigilance Officer,
Ordnance Factory Board
10-A, S.K. Bose Road,
KOLKATA - 700 001.
Email : email@example.com
Shri Avinash Tarhawadkar, IOFS,
ORDNANCE FACTORY VARANGAON,
VARANGAON - 425 308
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org