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Accounts Department is instrumental in bettering the financial results of the Railways. It is this department that brings to book the whole array of expenditure and Earnings of the Division and thus renders a clear picture of the Division’s viability. The various rules and procedures supported by well-built mechanism allows the department to exercise high-end checks on each rupee spent by Railways. From being a friendly critic, it is now evolving into an organ to contain leakage and better internal audit of appropriations to expenditure. Additionally, it is also playing a significant role in increasing non-traditional sources of revenue.

Organization of Accounts Department 

                                                                Sri CH.VINEETH REDDY

                                                                                                                                                                    

SMT. G.ANUSHA      SMT. B.D.MANJULA      SRI.CH.N.V.L.SUNDARA RAO    SRI.K.V.BHASKAR REDDY

Introduction:

The Divisional Accounts office has an actual/ sanctioned staff strength of 96/127 comprising 22/30 SSO(A)s, 64/85 AAs/JAAs/ACs/RL, Sr. Steno 1/1, nil Driver and 09/10group D staff. The actual manpower ratio is 0.44%, (Accounts Office Strength vs. Divisional Staff Strength) the lowest among Divisions having more than 22700 employees.

PERFORMANCE IN CORE AREAS – 2023     Performance Efficiency Indexto the end of Dec 2023 on Actuals is 33.96 % as compared to that of last year for the corresponding period which stood at 33.99%.                                                                                

Earnings: The Originating earnings to end of Dec 2023 is Rs. 7513.96 crs vis-à-vis Rs. 6866.49 crs for the corresponding period of last year. Further, loading to the end of Dec 23 is 58.150 MTs as compared to the loading during the corresponding period of Dec 22 which stood at 58.032 MTs.

Sundry Earnings: The Sundry Earnings on the Division to the end of Dec 23 is Rs. 92.36 crs. The target for the year 2023-24 is Rs. 157.29 crs.

Revenue Expenditure: The Revenue Expenditure based on actuals to end of DEC 23is Rs. 2551.76 crs as compared to the expenditure of Rs. 2334.05 crs to end of DEC 22.

 

 

 

 

 

A broad comparison of the major categorization is as below: (IN Crs.)

Revenue Budget vis-a vis expenditure to end of   DEC 2023

1

2

3

4

5

6

Staff

stores

others

Diesel Traction

Electric Traction

Total

BG 2022-23

2026.91

140.49

77.35

141.61

680.74

3067.10

% grant wrt total SL (BG/Total BG*100)

66.09

4.58

2.52

4.62

22.19

100.00

Expenditure

1622.72

130.37

181.98

94.33

522.36

2551.76

%of expenditure wrt total Expediture

63.59

5.11

7.13

3.70

20.47

100.00

% of Expenditure wrt SL of the specific category (Exp./BG*100)

80.06

92.80

235.27

66.61

76.73

83.20


Plan Head Expenditure: The actual expenditure to end of DEC 23 is Rs. 431.56 crs as against BG (SL) 2023-24 of Rs. 778.23 crs. The expenditure to end of last year stands at Rs. 200.04 crs.

NPS: Of the 16574 employees registered under the NPS, NPS deductions have been made during the month for 16067 subscriptions. 384 Cases with Zero contribution and 123 cases un-uploaded cases. The applications to be submitted to CRA is NIL cases, which pertain to employees who have not submitted applications for allotment of PRAN no. These cases have been referred to the Executive, for resubmission of the forms and are being regularly pursued. 

Settlement cases: 18 Normal Retirements cases were settled during the month of DEC 23. The position of ‘Other than Normal Retirement’ (ONR) cases are as follows:

Particulars of ONR

Nov 23

Dec 23

Opening Balance 

9

16

Accretions

23

12

Cases sent to Sr. DPO’s office after Advance Verification

--

--

Cases returned  to Sr. DPO’s office for clarification

--

--

Final Bills (PPOs issued)

16

18

Closing Balance

16

10

                    EPPOs Uploaded during DEC 23 is 26 (NPS-4)

 

 

                 Savings / Economies Achieved during the month:

 S.N.

Category

(in Rs lakhs)

1

Internal check of Establishment Bills

1.25

2

Internal check of Estimates/ Proposals and inspection

129.62

3

Settlement

0

4

Expenditure

6.87

TOTAL

137.75

   Savings to end of DEC 23: Rs.137.75 Lakhs.




Source : South Central Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed : 18-01-2024  


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