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FINANCE DEPARTMENT

GUNTAKAL DIVISION


 FINANCE – AN ACTIVE PARTNER IN THE PROGRESS OF GUNTAKAL DIVISION



Organization Structure 

 Sl.NO.

 NAME OF THE OFFICER

 DESIGNATION

 MOBILE NUMBER

01

  Sri.K Pradeep Babu   Sr.DFM  97013 74100

02

  Sri.B Naga Raju

  DFM

 97013 74101

03

  Sri.C.S.GHOUSE PEER   ADFM  97013 74103

04

  Sri.B.GOPAL NAIK   ADFM  97013 74102

05

  Sri.C.S.Muralidhar

  ADFM


 

NOVEMBER-2022 Gross Salary of Officers and Employees


GTL - DIVISION - DETAILS OF BILLS PASSED


GTL - DIVISION - DETAILS OF BILLS PENDING



GUNTAKAL DIVISION

South Central Railway firmly believes in making rail journey convenient and comfortable.The Department of Accounts & Finance in Railways believes in making it affordable by ensuring that the money earned is spent efficiently by avoiding wasteful expenditure.

Guntakal (GTL) Division formed on October 10, 1956 as a part of Southern Railway was transferred to SCR on October 2, 1977.It forms a vital link on Mumbai-Chennai route by its geographical location on one of the sides of golden quadrilateral on Indian Railways serving as a link between North & South and East & West. The Division is the abode of the world famous temple of Lord Sri Venkateswara at Tirupati besides other famous temples & holy places in the Division at Guntakal, Mantralayam, Puttaparti etc. The area is endowed with large deposits of Iron Ore, Cement quality lime stone and Barites.This Division is spread over the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka & Tamilnadu.

Guntakal Division believes in commitment and responsibility and doesn’t rest in the glory of past achievements.We believe in surpassing the standards and attain new horizons of success.For doing this and to move ahead in the journey of time, we are prepared to learn at every turn.

ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT

The Accounts Department is a Service Department. It’s role is to facilitate the effective working of other departments by efficient book-keeping, arranging timely payments to staff, suppliers, contractors and others, internal check of financial transactions, scrutiny of financial proposals, tenders etc, protecting the sanctity of procedures, Budgeting & control of Revenue as well as Plan-head expenditure and coordinating with Audit & Executive departments in improving the system/contract management/ maintenance of basic records/ accounts as per rules and procedures.

The Accounts Department of Guntakal Division is headed by Sr.Divisional Finance Manager, 01 Divisional Finance Manager & 03 Asst. Divisional Financial Managers, 17 Senior Section Officers, 37 clerical staff and 10 Gr’D’ staff. The total strength including officers & staff is 69.

 

 

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS IN CURRENT FINANCIAL YEAR 2022-23

(April-2022 to October-2022)

Performance Efficiency Index:

 

The PEI to end of October-2022 stands at 110.23% as against 111.33% to end of October-2021.

 

Revenue expenditure:

The actual expenditure to end of October, 2022 is Rs.1220.13 Crs. as against the Budget Proportion of Rs.996.33 Crs., on (BG) of Rs.1603.55 Crs., for the FY 2022-23, resulting in Excess Expenditure over Budget Proportion on BG of Rs.223.81 Crs, which works out to 22.46%, due to throw forward expenditure.There are Savings under Demand nos.3A, 7E, 11J & 13L.

 

Financial Performance (Revenue Expenditure)

(Rs.in Crs)

Demand

Actual Exp. up to

SL (BG)

BP on SLTE OCT-22

Exp. TEofOCT-22

VARIATION

Oct-20

Oct-21

2022-23

(EXP-BP on SL)

(EXP-20-22)

(EXP-21-22)

3A

26.9965

29.5999

56.8869

33.7985

31.5090

-2.2895

4.5125

1.909

4B

156.8620

141.3053

249.0966

156.1709

173.3420

17.1711

16.4800

32.037

5C

68.5796

68.3004

132.0273

86.6444

97.6219

10.9775

29.0423

29.322

6D

51.6409

57.1656

97.6657

58.5455

67.1874

8.6419

15.5465

10.022

7E

57.2054

51.9366

111.7679

66.6474

60.4881

-6.1593

3.2827

8.552

8F

123.2842

136.1105

220.0022

131.2303

172.2370

41.0067

48.9528

36.127

9G

134.6364

145.2257

237.6758

141.7239

162.2300

20.5061

27.5936

17.004

10H

26.7233

103.1588

270.8640

173.0915

323.3985

150.3070

296.6752

220.240

11J

69.5686

64.2522

108.2809

77.0091

63.0474

-13.9617

-6.5212

-1.205

12K

17.5850

26.1929

37.3210

22.0243

25.2839

3.2596

7.6989

-0.909

13L

31.4500

36.0394

81.9643

49.4403

43.7867

-5.6536

12.3367

7.747

Total

764.5319

859.2873

1603.5526

996.3261

1220.1319

223.8058

455.6000

360.845

 

 

 

 

 

Plan Head expenditure:

 

14 Plan Heads (PH) are operated on this Division. The actual expenditure to end of October, 2022 is Rs.168.44 Crs., as against the expenditure of Rs.156.81 Crs., during the corresponding period of last year. The expenditure is monitored with reference to the BG of FY 2022-23 Rs.283.70 Crores under all plan heads. Total Plan Head Expenditure for the FY 2021-22 was stood at Rs.348.93 Crs.

(Rs.in Crores)

Plan Head

Actuals 2021-22

Act. Upto OCT '20

Act. Upto OCT '21

BG2022-23

Act. Exp forOCT'22

Act. Exp to end of OCT'22

VAR(20-22)

VAR(21-22)

16 TFC Facilities

13.0767

7.7975

7.0554

7.4001

0.0003

1.8416

-5.9559

-5.2138

29 R.S.W(LCs)

2.1347

1.0988

1.1343

2.1551

0.1814

0.6085

-0.4903

-0.5258

30 R.S.W(ROB/RUB)

61.4485

23.1872

25.6873

108.0010

2.9169

34.6642

11.4770

8.9769

31 Track Renewals

213.9463

119.5199

95.0662

123.6154

15.1201

109.2585

-10.2614

14.1923

32 Bridge Works

26.5573

12.1092

8.7813

7.0502

1.9621

8.5647

-3.5445

-0.2166

33 S & T Works

1.3645

0.1350

0.4896

0.0600

0.0000

0.0588

-0.0762

-0.4308

36 Oth Elec Works

2.7973

1.6483

0.7927

1.6948

0.0001

1.2124

-0.4359

0.4197

37 Trac Distribu Works

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

41 Mach & Plant

4.2242

3.0355

2.4353

1.8291

0.0784

0.2725

-2.7630

-2.1628

42 Workshops

0.3088

0.8208

0.2622

5.3382

0.0000

0.0157

-0.8051

-0.2465

51 Staff Quarters

2.8718

2.1248

1.8368

2.2753

0.1988

3.0104

0.8856

1.1736

52 Staff Amenities

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

53 Pass Amenities

19.8370

12.2389

13.1827

21.3767

2.8231

7.8338

-4.4051

-5.3489

64 Oth Specified Works

0.3566

1.3981

0.0893

2.9001

0.0000

1.0953

-0.3028

1.0060

65 HRD

0.0021

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

Total

348.9258

185.1140

156.8131

283.6960

23.2812

168.4364

-16.6776

11.6233

 

Earnings:

As advised by Sr.DCM/GTL, the earnings for the month and to end of the month of October-22 of the Division is as under.The total Earnings for the FY 2021-22 was stood at Rs.1391.56 Crs.

(Figures in Crores)

Period

Pass earnings

Goods earnings

Other coaching

Sundry earnings

TOTAL

For the month

71.80

65.42

7.22

3.56

148.00

Toend of the month

511.47

475.98

57.55

22.18

1067.17


            The Originating Earnings for the month of October-2022 are more by Rs.13.56 Crores with reference to that of October-2021.

The Originating Earnings to end of October-2022 are more by Rs.327.71 Crores with reference to end of October-2021.

 

Bills Recoverable:


             Opening Balance as on 01.04.2022 is Rs.3.09 Crores bills raised to the tune of Rs.12.41 Crores and Realized a sum of Rs.8.37 Crores during the period from April, 22 to October, 2022. The closing balance of bills to be recovered at the end of October-2022 is Rs.7.12 Crores.Total Bills Recoverable amount realized for the FY 2021-22 was stood at Rs.14.28 Crs.

Details of closing balance as on 31.10.2022

(figs in 000’s)

Year

2009-10

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

2022-23

Total

Amount

476

2

3

433

2062

806

311

3183

5149

58788

71213

 

Audit:

Opening Balance of Audit Objections as on 01.04.2022 is 60 (2 Spl. Ltrs., 43 AIRs and 15 ANs), there is an Accretion of 20 (Pt.I AIRs-04, Pt.I ANs-14 & Spl.Ltr.-02) and 42 Clearances (Pt.I AIRs-35, Pt.I ANs-6 and Spl. Ltrs.,-1) during the period from APR’22 to OCT’22 and the Closing Balance to end of OCT, 2022 stood at 38 reports comprising 03 Special letters, 12 Part- I AIRs and 23 Part-I Audit Notes.Total Audit Objections cleared for the FY 2021-22 was 11 (Pt.I AIRs-4, Pt.I ANs-5 and Spl. Ltrs.-2).

Savings:

An amount of Rs.5.09 Crores has been achieved under savings during Internal Check from APR’22 to OCT-22.Total Savings for the FY 2021-22 stood at Rs.42.73 Lakhs.

Completion Reports:

 

By launching special drive for drawing Completion Reports for all the works which are completed, 01 Completion Report has been drawn during the period from APR’22 to OCT-22, thereby regularizing the Excess over estimates to the tune of Rs.0.50 Crores.Total Completion Reports were closed for FY 2021-22 was 45.

Pension:

 

Special focus on settling ONR cases (Death, VR & LARSGESS cases) has resulted in clearing 210 Normal Retirement cases in addition to clearing 111 ONR cases during the period from APR’22 to OCT-22.

 

PF & NPS:

 

The Annual Reconciliation of PF balances for the year 2022-23 is completed and updating PF pass books of the employees is dispensed with due to implementation of RESS facility.

To end of October-22, 10512 employees have come under NPS.The EC & GC for the month of October-22 has been uploaded. An amount of Rs.6,69,97,23,838/- from Sept-08 to October-22 has been uploaded and confirmed by NSDL.

As per the Railway Board guidelines to streamline the procedure of payment of NPS family pension cases, NPS pension bills are being passed and arranging payment at unit level duly decentralizing the payment of NPS family pension.An amount of Rs.5,90,39,067/- for 189 pensioners for the period from April, 2021 to October, 2022 has been arranged by this unit.

 

Stock Sheets:

 

32 Stock Sheets have been closed during the period from APR-22 to OCT-22. The closing balance of stock sheets to the end of OCT-22 is 19 due to fresh accretions.Stock Sheets closed for the FY 2021-22 was 48.

 

Suspense:

The reconciliation of Suspense ledgers is up to date. As on date, there are no BPP items under Scooter advance and no inefficient balances in this Division to end of SEPTEMBER-22.

All the old items under RIB and Cheques & Bills have been cleared and the outstanding balances under RIB 22 items are less than 1 month old, 6 items are more than 10 days and less than 1 month old & 12 items are more than 1 month old and under Cheques & Bills 10 items are less than 1 month old and 01 item is more than 1 month and less than 3 months old to end of OCT-22 and all items are pertains to Cashier Transactions.

Bills Position:

1086 contractor bills and 5473 suppliers’ bills have been passed during the period from APR’22 to OCT’22.

 

SALIENT FEATURES:

I.        The overall savings achieved is Rs.5.09 Crores from APR’22 to OCT’22 through Internal Check.

 

II.        Rs.8.37 Crores has been realized towards Bills Recoverable viz., Rs.1,91,06,067/- towards I & M Charges, Rs.49,51,850/- towards LLF, Rs.3,92,13,220/- towards Staff Charges and remaining balance towards Miscellaneous during the period from April, 22 to October, 22.

 

III.       The reconciliation of Suspense Ledgers Balances with Books Section is up to date. As on date, there are no BPP items under Scooter Advance, PC Advance and no inefficient balances found to end of SEP-22.

 

IV.       Special focus on settling ONR cases (Death, VR & LARSGESS cases) has resulted in clearing 210 Normal Retirement cases in addition to clearing 111 ONR cases during the period from APR’22 to OCT-22.

 

V.        93 nos. of Secondary Family Pension cases were settled during the period APR’22 to SEP’22.

 

VI.       The task of Advance Certification of SRs and Leave Accounts of the employees those who going to retire in next 3 years is in progress.There are 213 SRs & Leave Accounts were verified by in consultation with Personnel Branch for the period from APR’22 to OCT’22.

 

VII.      There are 212 nos. of MACPS cases, 962 nos. of Pay Fixation cases, 183 nos. of Transfer cases and 304 cases of Medical Reimbursement cases were cleared during APR, 22 to OCT, 22.


 

Innovations & System improvements:

ØAn e-office system has been implemented in this office during the month of May, 2019 for active monitoring of receiving proposals, bills and other important correspondence through e-office by all the Sections of this office from all the executives and reply also managed to maintain through e-office only.


 

                        

Sr.DFM’s Office has spearheaded the implementation of e-office throughout the Division.IT Centre conducted user training sessions to train all the staff handling proper working.

Progress of commissioning of sanctioned e-office:Up to OCT, 2022, 1277 NIC user IDs & 1086 DSCs have been received and all officers have started using e-office.Almost 100% progress at staff level (SSO, OS, Accounts Assistants, Clerical staff etc.) has been achieved.Scanners distributed to every office.All correspondence and notings are being created and forwarded in e-office only.

                                                                

                                                                                                                                                                  

 K.Pradeep Babu  

 Sr.DFM/GTL




Source : South Central Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed : 07-12-2022  


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