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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
   1  Sri. K.PRADEEP BABU  Sr.DFM

 97013 74100

   2  Sri. B.GOPAL NAIK  ADFM 97013 74102
   3  Sri. M V S RAVI KUMAR  ADFM 97013 74103
   4  Sri. G SADANAND  ADFM 



MARCH-2024 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 & 03 Asst. Divisional Financial Managers, 17 Senior Section Officers, 52 clerical staff and 08 Gr’D’ staff. The total strength including officers & staff is 81.

   

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS IN CURRENT FINANCIAL YEAR 2023-24

(April-2023 to March-2024)

Performance Efficiency Index:

The PEI to end of March-2024 stands at 102.68% as against 109.33% to end of March-2023.

 

Revenue expenditure:

The actual expenditure to end of March, 2024 is Rs.2072.67 Crs. as against the Budget Proportion of Rs.2096.17 Crs., on (RG)of Rs.2096.17 Crs., for the FY 2023-24.


Financial Performance (Revenue Expenditure)

                                                                                              (Rs.in Crs)

Demand

Actual Exp. up to

RG (SL)

BP on SL    TE MAR-24

Exp. TE  of    MAR--24

VARIATION

Mar-22

Mar-23

2023-24

 (EXP-BP on SL)

 (EXP   -    22-24)

 (EXP  -   23-24)

3A

48.5599

52.0290

60.1303

60.1303

59.4682

-0.6621

10.9083

7.439

4B

248.1875

301.0350

331.0024

331.0024

335.1849

4.1825

86.9974

34.150

5C

149.5698

166.8212

146.1005

146.1005

155.8745

9.7740

6.3047

-10.947

6D

95.5157

105.9122

117.9432

117.9432

124.5256

6.5824

29.0099

18.613

7E

89.3340

108.8765

142.9371

142.9371

116.2922

-26.6449

26.9582

7.416

8F

239.8938

304.3078

323.2019

323.2019

328.8577

5.6558

88.9639

24.550

9G

248.2335

269.8377

306.2573

306.2573

311.9363

5.6790

63.7028

42.099

10H

273.7842

527.2209

437.7924

437.7924

418.6670

-19.1254

144.8828

-108.554

11J

90.5660

86.8503

103.9818

103.9818

95.1614

-8.8204

4.5954

8.311

12K

45.2554

43.5485

46.7917

46.7917

42.9345

-3.8572

-2.3209

-0.614

13L

64.8058

75.8835

80.0319

80.0319

83.7731

3.7412

18.9673

7.890

Total

1593.7056

2042.3226

2096.1705

2096.1705

2072.6754

-23.4951

478.9698

30.353

Plan Head expenditure:

16 Plan Heads (PH) are operated on this Division. The actual expenditure to end of March,2024 is Rs.433.02 Crs., as against the expenditure of Rs.370.69 Crs., during the corresponding period of last year. The expenditure is monitored with reference to the RG of FY 2023-24 Rs.492.77 Crores under all plan heads. Total Plan Head Expenditure for the FY 2022-23 was stood at Rs.370.69 Crs.

                   (Rs.in Crores)

Plan Head

Actuals 2022-23

Act. Upto  MAR'22

Act. Upto MAR'23

RG         2023-24

Act. Exp for        MAR '24

Act. Exp to end of MAR '24

VAR             (22-24)

VAR             (23-24)

16 TFC Facilities

2.8791

13.0768

2.8791

12.3923

2.3882

10.5673

-2.5095

7.6882

21 RSP

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

5.2615

1.0691

3.8983

3.8983

3.8983

29 R.S.W(LCs)

8.8752

2.1347

8.8752

3.8451

0.3027

4.6819

2.5472

-4.1933

30 R.S.W(ROB/RUB)

59.4864

61.4485

59.4864

124.6101

21.3104

119.4779

58.0294

59.9915

31 Track Renewals

257.2047

213.9463

257.2047

212.6027

23.6772

183.1034

-30.8429

-74.1013

32 Bridge Works

11.5726

26.5574

11.5726

13.2095

0.0951

15.4445

-11.1129

3.8719

33 S & T Works

2.5566

1.3645

2.5566

2.2189

0.0373

1.6043

0.2398

-0.9523

36 Oth Elec Works

6.2245

2.7973

6.2245

15.7061

2.2964

12.8863

10.0890

6.6618

37 Trac Distribu Works

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

41 Mach & Plant

1.1714

4.2242

1.1714

6.8643

0.0185

7.4481

4.7754

7.8282

42 Workshops

0.9218

0.3088

0.9218

15.1853

0.0459

8.9996

1.9584

1.3454

51 Staff Quarters

5.1785

2.8717

5.1785

4.1452

0.0030

2.2672

-2.8717

-5.1785

52 Staff Amenities

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

53 Pass Amenities

12.6740

19.8371

12.6740

67.7953

29.5367

57.9729

38.1358

45.2989

64 Oth Specified Works

1.9446

0.3566

1.9446

8.7857

0.0260

4.5398

4.1832

2.5952

65 HRD

0.0000

0.0021

0.0000

0.1500

0.0000

0.1261

0.1240

0.1261

Total

370.6894

348.9260

370.6894

492.7720

80.8065

433.0176

76.6435

54.8801

 

Earnings:

As advised by Sr.DCM/GTL, the earnings for the month and to end of the month of March -24 of the Division is as under.  The total Earnings for the FY 2022-23 was stood at Rs.1868.09 Crs.

                                                                                       (Figures in Crores)

Period

Pass earnings

Goods earnings

Other coaching                                                                                         

Sundry earnings

TOTAL

For the month

83.90

82.47

6.33

13.21

185.91

To  end of the month

933.53

764.44

90.72

43.93

1832.62

The Originating Earnings for the month of March-2024 are more by Rs.6.38 Crores with reference to that of March-2023.       

                                                                                     

The Originating Earnings to end of March-2024 are more by Rs.150.44 Crores with reference to end of March-2023.

 

Bills Recoverable:

Opening Balance as on 01.04.2023 is Rs.2.77 Crores, bills raised to the tune of Rs.14.81 Crores and Realized a sum of Rs.13.22 Crores during the period from April, 23 to March, 2024. The closing balance of bills to be recovered at the end of March-2024 is Rs.4.37 Crores.  Total Bills Recoverable amount realized for the FY 2022-23 was stood at Rs.15.10 Crs.

Details of closing balance as on 31.03.2024                                                

(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

2023-24

Total

Amount

476

1

2

9

1988

234

17

10

5375

26

35561

43699

Audit: 

Opening Balance of Audit Objections as on 01.04.2023 is 40 (03 Spl. Ltrs., 15 AIRs and 22 ANs), there is an Accretion of 13 (Pt.I AIRs-06, Pt.I ANs-06 & Spl.Ltr.-01) and 04 Clearances (Pt.I AIRs-00, Pt.I ANs-02 and Spl. Ltrs.,-02) during the period from APR’23 to MAR’24 and the Closing Balance to end of MARCH, 2024 stood at 49 reports comprising 02 Special letters, 21 Part- I AIRs and 26 Part-I Audit Notes.  Total Audit Objections cleared for the FY 2022-23 was 43 (Pt.I AIRs-35, Pt.I ANs-07 and Spl. Ltrs.-01).

Savings: 

An amount of Rs.29.59 Crores has been achieved under savings during Internal Check from APR’23 to MAR-24.  Total Savings for the FY 2022-23 stood at Rs.8.86 Crores.

Completion Reports: 

By launching special drive for drawing Completion Reports for all the works which are completed, 81 Completion Reports has been drawn during the period from APR’23 to MAR-24, thereby regularizing the Excess over estimates to the tune of Rs.0.45 Crores.  Total Completion Reports were closed for FY 2022-23 was 03.

 

Pension: 

Special focus on settling ONR cases (Death, VR & LARSGESS cases) has resulted in clearing 139 ONR cases in addition to clearing 273 NR cases during the period from APR’23 to MAR-24.


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 MARCH-24, 11,289 employees have come under NPS.  The EC & GC for the month of March-24 has been uploaded.  An amount of Rs.8,64,89,11,815/- from Sept-08 to March-24 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.42,69,339/- for 215 pensioners during March, 2024 has been arranged by this unit. 


Stock Sheets:

44 Stock Sheets have been closed during the period from APR-23 to MAR-24. The closing balance of stock sheets to the end of MAR-24 is 07 due to fresh accretions.  Stock Sheets closed for the FY 2022-23 was 29.


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 FEBRUARY-24.

All the old items under RIB and Cheques & Bills have been cleared and the outstanding balances under RIB 16 items, In that 15 are less than 10 days old and 1 is greater than 10 days and less than 30 days.  Under Cheques & Bills 16 items, In that 16 are less than 1 month old to end of FEBRUARY-24 and all items are pertains to Cashier Transactions.


Bills Position:

1930 contractor bills and 10482 suppliers’ bills have been passed during APRIL’23 to MARCH’24.

SALIENT FEATURES:

I.The overall savings achieved is Rs.29.59 Crores during APR’23 to MAR’24. 

 

II.Rs.13.22 Crores has been realized towards Bills Recoverable viz., Rs.2,17,20,555/-towards Electrical Charges, Rs.59,12,361/- towards LLF, Rs.37,23,159/- towards Re-railment Charges, Rs.10,46,228/- towards Building Rent & Water Charges, Rs.2,91,38,515/- towards Staff Charges, Rs.5,30,89,391/-towards Inspection and Maintenance Charges & Rs.1,76,10,265/-towards Other Maintenance Charges (LCs,  & RPF Bandobasth), during APR’23 to MAR’24.

 

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 FEBRUARY-24.

 

IV.Special focus on settling ONR cases (Death, VR & LARSGESS cases) has resulted in clearing 139 ONR cases in addition to clearing 273 NR cases during APR’23 to MAR’24.

 

V.42 nos. of Secondary Family Pension cases were settled during APR’23 to MAR’24.

 

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.  758 nos. of SRs & Leave Accounts were verified by in consultation with Personnel Branch during APR’23 to MAR’24.

 

VII.585nos. of MACPS cases, 1627 nos. of Pay Fixation cases, 832 nos. of Transfer cases and 446 cases of Medical Reimbursement cases were cleared during APR, 23 to MAR’24.

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.