ANNA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
(Sponsored by Government of Tamil Nadu)  

“MAHIZHAMPOO”, P.S. KUMARASAMY RAJA SALAI  
(
GREENWAYS ROAD)  
R.A. PURAM  
CHENNAI – 600 028

Manual under Section 4(1)(b) of the Right to Information Act, 2005  
Revised as on
19/3/2008  

CONTENTS

  1. The particulars of organization, functions & duties 
        1.1.The Governing Committee 
        1.2.Main objects of AIM 
         1.3.Activities
  2. Powers and duties of Officers and Employees
         2.1.Director
         2.2.Administrative Officer
         2.3 Finance and Accounts Officer
  3. The procedure followed in the decision making process 
        3.1.Organisation chart of the Institute 
  4. The Norms Set For The Discharge Of Functions 
  5. The Rules, Regulations, instructions, Manuals and records 
  6. Statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control
  7. Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with Or representation by the  Members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.
  8. State of the Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies 
         8.1.Executive Committee 
         8.2.Finance Committee
  9. Directory of Officers & Employees
  10. The monthly remuneration received by each Officers and Employees, Including the system of compensation as providing in it regulations
  11. The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made
  12. The Manner of Execution of subsidy programmes including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes
  13. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it.
  14. Details in respect of the information available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form
  15. The 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. The names, designations and other particulars of the Appellate Authority and Public Information Officer
  17. Such other information as may be prescribed

 

ANNA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
(Sponsored by Government of Tamil Nadu)  
“MAHIZHAMPOO”, P.S. KUMARASAMY RAJA SALAI  
(
GREENWAYS ROAD), R.A. PURAM  
CHENNAI – 600 028 

MANUAL UNDER SECTION 4(1)(B) OF THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005  

YOUR RIGHT TO INFORMATION
RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005

            Right to Information is among the fundamental rights of citizens of any democratically governed state.  All the sections of the Right to Information Act, 2005 have come into force on the 12th October 2005.  The aim of the Act is to promote transparency and accountability of the Government, by empowering the citizens to get information from the Government and making the Government duty bound to provide the required information.

 

Salient features of the Act


            The Act describes the obligation of the public authorities under Sec.4(1) which include maintaining, cataloguing and indexing of records in a manner which facilitates the availability of information to the public.  Information of 17 kinds is to be published and updated every year.  This is to facilitate easy availability of information to the public.


The full text of the Act can be browsed in
http://righttoinformation.gov.in  

            The Office of the Director, Anna Institute of Management and Director General of Training, Chennai is a ‘Public Authority’ within the purview of Right to Information Act.

 

I. The particulars of organization, functions & duties

            Anna Institute of Management (AIM) is registered as a Society under the Societies Registration Act, 1975.  It is sponsored by the Government of Tamil Nadu.  It started functioning from 1981.  The composition to the Governing Committee is as follows:  

 

 

1.  Hon’ble Minister for Law, Courts and Prisons 
     Govt. of Tamil Nadu  

- Chairman  

2.  Chief Secretary to Government 
     Govt. of Tamil Nadu  

- Vice Chairman 

3.  Director
     Anna Institute of Management and Director
     General of Training
  Chennai – 600 028  

-Member-Secretary

4.  Special Commissioner & Secretary to Governemnt 
     Personnel and Administrative Reforms (Training)
     Department
 Chennai – 9

- Member

5.  Secretary to Government 
     Finance Department
     Chennai – 9

- Member

6.   Joint Secretary to Government 
     Government of
India
     Department of Personnel and Training
    
New Delhi  

- Member

7.      Vice-Chancellor
     
Anna University
      Chennai  

- Member

8.      Director
      Institute for Financial Management and Research
      Chennai  

-Member  

9.  Chairman
      Tamil Nadu Electricity Board
      Chennai – 600 002  

- Donor Member  

10.  Chairman
      Tamil Nadu Water Supply and Drainage Board
      Chennai  

- Donor Member  

11.  D.Ponnusamy
      Associate Professor
      Anna Institute of Management
      Chennai – 600 028  

- Member  

12.  Thiru. Ramani
      Management Consultant
     
Chennai – 600 037  

- Member  

13.  Thiru V.Vidyasagar
      Associate Professor
      Anna Institute of Management
      Chennai – 600 028  

- Member  

 

The main objects of AIM are:                                                                                                Top

 

                  To impart knowledge and skills to prospective and practising managers and administrators
            ●         To assist in the application of management concepts and techniques through consultancy and extension services.
            ●         To disseminate knowledge on management through seminars, conferences, journals, etc.
            ●         To carry out research with a view to developing knowledge in management relevant to Indian conditions.

 

Activities

 

●          AIM offers training to officers of  Government of Tamil Nadu, Government of India, other State Governments and  Public Sector Undertakings in the areas of General Administration, Information Technology, Finance, Marketing, Behavioural Science, Personality Development, etc. 
            ●          AIM has a National Disaster Management Cell sponsored by the Government of India.
            ●          AIM offers consultancy both for Indian and International bodies.
          ●          AIM has facility for undertaking research leading Ph.D. in Management with specialisation in Finance.

 

II. Powers and duties of Officers and Employees

Delegation of powers of Director, Administrative Officer and Finance and Accounts Officer (Res.No.20 of GC Meeting dt.12.10.87)

 

I.DIRECTOR 


1.     Approval for training programmes / workshops / seminars and the course / participant’s fee.
2.     Approval for undertaking consultancy terms and cost.
3.     Approval for collaboration with other institutions in the conduct of programmes / workshops/ seminars and the terms and  cost.                                                                                                                                                 
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4.     Approval of Guest Faculty, fee in excess of standard rate, fee in the form of momento within the standard rate / exceeding the standard rate.  Expenditure on cost of travel / accommodation / local trips / honorarium for resource personnel.
5.     Sanction of Casual leave, earned leave, unearned leave, on medical certificate, unearned leave on private affairs, leave on loss of pay, surrender of earned leave, grant of increment, fixation of pay to Faculty Members, Administrative Officer and Finance and Accounts Officer.  Commencement and declaration of completion of probation and regularisation of service of directly recruited facutly and officers.
 6.    Permission for the tours of the Faculty Members and officers / employees / resource personnel.  Approval of T.A. Bills of Faculty Members / Administrative Officer / Finance & Accounts Officer / Resource Personnel / GC Members outside Madras city.
 7.    Sanction of Education, Festival, Handlooms, Khadi, Pay, Transfer T.A. Tour Advance and other advances to Faculty Members, Finance & Accounts Officer and Administrative Officer.
 8.    Permitting Faculty Members to accept lectures as Guest Faculty in other institutions.
 9.    Sanction of medical claims in excess of the ceiling fixed in the service rules for all officers and staff and medical claims of Administrative Officer.
10.  Appointment of employees (All categories)
11.   Approval of Selection of books, periodicals for the Library.
12.  Approval for engagement of taxis.
13.  Approval for release of Advertisement.
14.  Sanction for investment of funds not required for immediate use.
15.  Disciplinary action against officers and staff as outlined in the “Disciplinary Control and Appeal Rules” of the Anna Institute of Management.                                                                                                                                                                
16.  Sanction of Leave Travel Concession to Faculty Members, Finance and Accounts Officer, Administrative Officer and other officers above the level of Programme Officer.                                                                                                                                                                
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17.  Approval of expenditure not delegated to the Administrative Officer.
18.  Sanction of Conveyance Advance to the employees of AIM (Res.No.12 of GC Meeting held on 12.10.87).
19.  Sanction of Education advance to the employees above the level of Programme Officer (Res.No.14 of GC Meeting dt.19.3.94)
20.  Condemnation/write off of unserviceable articles as per annexure (Res.No.EC/11 Meeting dt.31.8.94)
21.  Grant permission to the employees of AIM to acquire additional qualification , privately / through correspondence and to issue a Service Certificate to that effect to all the officers and staff of AIM (Res.No.EC/22 dt.31.8.94)
22.  To award the medal / certificates to the Drivers of AIM (Res.No.EC/24 dt.31.8.94)
23.  To create or revive any post based on exigencies but subject to placing the same before the next EC meeting (Res.No.EC/93 dt.22.3.96)

 

II. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:  


1.      Sanction of C.L., E.L., Unearned leave on medical certificate, Unearned leave on private affairs, leave on loss of pay, grant of increment, fixation of pay, commencement and declaration of probation, regularisation of services of all staff members upto including the level of Programme Officer, Settlement of Pension and leave salary contribution to the Faculty Members, Officers and staff members on deputation.
2.      Settlement of medical claims to faculty, Finance & Accounts Officer and other staff members.
3.      Sanction of Education, Festival, Handloom, Khadi, Pay, Transfer T.A., Tour T.A. advances and other advances to staff members upto and including the level of Programme Officer.
4.      Settlement of T.A. claims of all staff members upto and including the level of Programme Officer.
5.      Sanction of conveyance charge of faculty members, officers and staff members, over-time and batta claims of staff members and drivers.
6.      Appointment of casual labour in the absence of Office Assistant and Typist on daily wages basis.
7.      Disciplinary action as per the “Discipline control and Appeal Rules” of the Anna Institute of Management.
8.      Sanction for purchase of stationery articles, folders, certificate folder, covers, letter pads / calendars and other stationery articles and stores.
8(a) Expenditure on Sundry office expenses like washing and cleaning articles (Phenyl, soap), towel, flask, crockery, chalk piece, dusters, etc.
9.      Settlement of bills for the purchase of books and periodicals approved by the Director, including renewal of subscription of periodicals.
10.  Sanction for purchase and repairs of office equipments (typewriters, electronic stencil cutter, duplicating machines, plain paper copier, xerox machine, etc.) signing of service contracts and settlement of service charges for the office equipments.
11.  Sanction for the purchase and repairs of audio visual equipments (film projector, slide projector, overhead projector, public address system, T.V., VCR / Audio / Video Cassettes) water cooler and other equipments.
12.  Sanction for purchase and repairs of furniture.
13.  Sanction for fuel, repair charges and spare parts, insurance charges / taxes to the vehicles.
14.  Sanction for the telephone and telex bills, including rent, electricity charges and deposits.
15.   Sanction for expenditure on filling the franking machine and postage.                                                                                                                                                               
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16.  Sanction of expenditure on printing of call letters, brochures and course materials.
17.  Sanction of honorarium to the Guest Faculty at the approved rate.
18.  Entering into contract for catering for the training programmes etc.
19.  Settlement of catering charges for training programmes, PGDMC programme and Meetings.
20.  Sanction for refreshment charges, garlands and decoration for the meetings.
21.  Approval for the photography charges
22.  Approval for the taxi charges.
23.  Sanction for repairs/maintenance charges to the office building including electric installations.
24.  Payment of delegate fee and purchase of tickets to faculty members deputed for seminars, etc. for the deputations approved by the Director.
25.  Sanction of Advertisement charges.
26.  Refund of course fee, caution deposit and security deposit.
27.  Physical verification of office stores, furniture, stationery, library books, equipments and machinery including audio visual equipments.
28.  Sanction of Leave Travel Concession to all employees upto the level of Programme Officer.
29.  Sanction of Conveyance advance upto the level of Programme Officer. (C.R.No.10/92 dt.3.12.92)
30.  Sanction of Education Advance to employees upto and including the level of Programme Officer. (Res.No.14 of GC Meeting dt.19.394)
31.  Condemnation/write off of unserviceable articles. (Res.No.EC/11 of EC Meeting dt.31.8.94)

 

Note: The Administrative Officer will restrict his sanction for recurring and non-recurring items of expenditure upto Rs.50,000/-.

 

III. FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS OFFICER:  

1.      Finance & Accounts Officer will exercise the powers delegated to the Administrative Officer in his absence.
         2.      Approval of salary bills.

 

III. The procedure followed in the decision making process – including channels of supervision and accountability 

            The highest decision making authority is the Governing Committee of the Institute, which function as per the Memorandum and By-laws of the Society.  The Governing Committee has two Sub-Committees namely the Executive Committee and the Finance Committee.
                        The Director is the overall incharge of the day to day administration of the Institute and conduct of training as per the calendar of programmes.  He is also the  Member-Secretary of the Governing Committee.
                        The Administrative Officer is incharge of Office Administration, Puchases, Motor Vehicles, Building maintenance,  Auditorium, Guest house and hostel.  He is empowered to accord financial sanction upto Rs.50, 000/-.  He has to operate bank accounts jointly with Finance and Accounts Officer.
                       The Finance and Accounts Officer is incharge of preparing budget, maintaining the fixed deposits and bank accounts, cash transactions and watching the audit report every year.  He has to operate bank  account jointly with Administrative Officer.                                                                                                                                            
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The Organisation chart of the Institute is as follows:

 

 

 

Iv. The Norms Set For The Discharge Of Functions                                                                                                                             Top

              The Main function of the institute is conducting training programmes. Every year a  calendar of programmes is drawn up and programmes are conducted accordingly. In addition, based on the request from client organizations programmes are also conducted.

 

 V. The Rules, Regulations, instructions, Manuals and records held by it, or under its control, or  used by its employees for discharging its functions.  

             Since Anna Institute of Management is registered under Societies Registration Act 1975, the basic Rules and Regulations are the Memorandum of Association and By-laws of the Society.
            Service Rules Conduct Rules, Discipline control & Appeal regulate the staff. 
            The Training Manual, Consultancy Manual, Finance and Accounts Manual are used to regulate the concerned activities.

 

VI. Statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control:  

●                   Files, Registers, Books of accounts and records relating to Office General Administration  
●                   Training manual, Course materials, Training programme calendar  
●                   Library books on various topics  
●                   CDs on various topics  

 

VII. Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with Or representation by the Members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.             

            Policy is formulated at Government level.  The Institute is guided in its work by the Governing Committee headed by the Hon’ble Minister for Electricity.  The Committee includes external experts.                                                                                                                                                           Top

VIII. State of the Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part, or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether the meetings of those Boards, Councils, Committees and other bodies are open to Public or the Minutes of such Meetings are accessible for public.

Composition of the Governing Committee has been given under Section I.  The composition of the Executive Committee and Finance Committee is as follows: 

 

 

                     Executive Committee

1.  Chief Secretary to Government
     Govt. of Tamil Nadu  

-Chairman

2.   Vice-Chancellor
     
Anna University
      Chennai  

- Member

3.  Director
    Anna Institute of Management and Director General of Training
    Chennai – 600 028  

- Member  

4.  Special Commissioner & Secretary to Governemnt
    Personnel and Administrative Reforms(Training) Department      Chennai – 9  

- Member

5.  Secretary to Government
     Finance Department
     Chennai – 9 

- Member

6.  Director
     Institute of Financial Management An`d Research
     Chennai 

- Member  

                    Finance Committee:                                                                                                             Top

1.  Director
     Anna Institute of Management and  
    Director General of   Training 
   Chennai – 600 028  

- Chairman  

2.  Special Commissioner & Secretary to Government
    Personnel and Administrative Reforms(Training) Department
    Chennai – 9

- Member  

3.  Secretary to Government
     Finance Department
     Chennai – 9  

- Member  

 

Deliberations of the Governing Committee, Executive Committee and Finance Committee  are purely Administrative in nature and the minutes are not accessible by the public.                                                                                                                                                Top

                   

              IX Directory of Officers & Employees

Name & Designation                                                           Telephone Nos.   

 

 

Direct

PABX    

Extn.      

     Fax    

 

TmtSheela Balakrishnan, IAS,
Director, Anna Institute of Management and Director General of Training 

  24951455 

24937170,24938247, 24610300

101

24937062

D.  Ponnusamy,          Associate Professor 

 

-do-

 

 

V.  Vidyasagar,           Associate Professor

 

-do-

 

 

M.S.  Anand,              Faculty Member (IT)

 

-do-

 

 

A.  Santhi,                  Faculty Member (IT)

 

-do-

 

 

Dr. Arasu Sundaram,  Lecturer 

 

-do-

 

 

M. Rajamoni Suseelan Faculty Member

 

-do-

 

 

N. Jayalakshmi            Administrative Officer

 

-do-

105

 

A.R.Rajalkhsmi,           Finance and Accounts Officer

 

 -do-

106

 

G.  Ponnu,                   Librarian 

 

-do-

 

 

V.  Tamilarasu,               Programme Officer

 

-do-

 

 

N.S.  Nirmala,            PS (Senior) to Director

 

-do-

 

 

S.  Subbarayalu,            Private Secretary to Director

 

-do-

 

 

A.  Kalathyeeswaran,    Superintendent

 

-do-

 

 

N.  Madhavan Pillai,     Research Assistant

 

-do-

 

 

Selvapangi Thangaraj,   Asst.Librarian

 

-do-

 

 

P.  Arumugham,            Superintendent  

 

-do-

 

 

K.  Malligha,                  Superintendent

 

-do-

 

 

V.  Krishna Rao,            Superintendent

 

-do-

 

 

N.K.  Vanaja,                Assistant

 

-do-

 

 

P.  Lakshminarayanan,  Assistant 

 

-do-

 

 

R.  Nandini,                   Assistant

 

-do-

 

 

S.  Janani,                       Junior Assistant 

 

-do-

 

 

N.Sankar,                      Junior Assistant

 

-do-

 

 

S.  Selvakumar,              Steno-typist

 

-do-

 

 

A.L.S.V. Kumaran,        Steno-typist 

 

-do-

 

 

 

K.  Padmanabhan Pillai, Steno-typist

 

-do-

 

 

R. Chandrasekaran,        Steno-typist 

 

-do-

 

 

D. Solaiyappan     Steno-typist  

 

-do-

 

 

D.  Selvaraj,                   Driver 

 

-do-

 

 

S.  Jothi,                         Driver 

 

-do-

 

 

B.  Deenadayalan,          Driver  

 

-do-

 

 

A.  Udayakumari,           Record Assistant.

 

-do-

 

 

S.  Subramanian,           Record Assistant. 

 

-do-

 

 

M.  Thangadurai,            Office Assistant

 

-do-

 

 

S.  Ulaganathan,            Office Assistant 

 

-do-

 

 

M.  Elumalai,                  Office Assistant

 

-do-

 

 

S.  Durairaj,                     Care Taker 

 

-do-

 

 

G.  Selvaraj,                    Office Assistant

 

-do-

 

 

P.  Ravivarman,               Office Assistant cum Driver

 

-do-

 

 

A.  Ashok kumar,            Office Assistant  

 

-do-

 

 

S.  Kumar,                       Watchman

 

-do-

 

 

B.N. Srinivasarao,             Office Assistant

 

-do-

 

 

V.Dasaradhan,                  Driver

 

-do-

 

 

R.Dayalan                         Driver

 

-do-

 

 

 

 

X.  The monthly remuneration received by each Officers and Employees, Including the system of  compensation as providing in it regulations  

        Monthly Remuneration received by Officers and Staff of AIM, with grade and pay scale

 

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S.No.

Name of Official

Designation

Scale of pay

1

 Tmt. Sheela Balakrishnan, IAS

Director, AIM & DGT

37400-67000 + Grade pay 12000

2

D. Ponnusamy

Associate Professor    

16400-450-20900

3

V. Vidyasagar

Associate Professor    

16400-450-20900

4

M.S. Anand

Faculty Member (IT)  

15600-39100 (PB3) + Grade Pay 7600

5

A. Santhi

Faculty Member (IT)  

15600-39100 (PB3) + Grade Pay 5700

6

Dr. Arasu Sundaram

Lecturer  (UGC)

8000-275-13500

7

H. Rajamoni Suseelan

Faculty Member

15600-39100 (PB3) + Grade Pay 6600

8

N. Jayalakshmi

Administrative Officer

15600-39100 (PB3) + Grade Pay 5400

9

A.R. Rajalakshmi

Finance & Accounts Officer

15600-39100 (PB3) + Grade Pay 6600

10

G. Ponnu

Librarian Grade I   

12000-420-18300

11

N.S. Nirmala

Private Secretary (Sr.)

15600-39100 (PB3) + Grade Pay 6600

12

S. Subbarayalu

Private Secretary

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4400

13

V. Tamilarasu

Programme Officer

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4500

14

A. Kalathyeeswaran

Superintendent

9300-34800 (PB1) + Grade Pay 4450

15

N. Madhavan Pillai

Research Assistant    

8000-275-13500

16

C. Selvapangi Thangaraj

Librarian Grade II

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4200

17

K. Malligha

Assistant S.G.

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4200

18

P. Arumugham

Superintendent

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4200

19

N.K. Vanaja

Assistant S.G.

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4200

20

V. Krishna Rao

Assistant S.G.

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4200

21

A.L.S.V. Kumaran

Steno typist S.G.

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4200

22

K. Padmanabhan Pillai

Steno typist S.G.

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4200

23

S. Selvakumar

Steno typist S.G.

9300-34800 (PB2) + Grade Pay 4200

24

R. Chandrasekaran

Steno typist

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2400

25

D. Solaiyappan

Steno typist

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2400

26

D. Selvaraj

Driver Spl. Grade

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2600

27

P. Lakshminarayanan

Assistant

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2400

28

R. Nandini

Junior Assistant S.G.

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2400

29

S. Janani

Junior Assistant S.G.

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2400

30

N. Sankar

Junior Assistant

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2000

31

S. Jothi

Driver Spl. Grade

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2600

32

B. Deenadayalan

Driver

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2000

33

S. Subramanian

Roneo cum Xerox operator S.G.

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 1800

34

A. Udayakumari

S.G. Roneo& Xerox Operator

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 1800

35

M. Thangadurai

Office Assistant Spl.Grade

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 1800

36

M. Elumalai

Office Assistant Spl.Grade

5200-20200  (PB1) + Grade Pay 1800

37

S. Ulaganathan

Office Assistant Spl.Grade

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 1800

38

G. Selvaraj

Office Assistant Spl.Grade

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 1800

39

S. Durairaj

Caretaker

4800-10000 (PB1A) + Grade Pay 1650

40

P. Ravivarman

OA cum Driver

4800-10000 (PB1A) + Grade Pay 1650

41

A. Ashok kumar

Watchman

4800-10000 (PB1A) + Grade Pay 1300

42

S. Kumar

Watchman

4800-10000 (PB1A) + Grade Pay 1300

43

B.N. Srinivasa Rao

Office Assistant

4800-10000 (PB1A) + Grade Pay 1300

44

V. Dasaradhan

Driver

5200-20200 (PB1) + Grade Pay 2000

45

R. Dayalan

O.A. cum Driver

2610-60-3150-65-

 

 

XI. The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made.

The details of budgetary allocation for the year 2009-2010 under various heads is as follows: (BE)  

                     Establishment expenses              - Rs. 1,52,14,000/-

                     Contingent expenses                    - Rs.    60,85,000/-

                    Capital expenses                           - Rs.      9,98,000/-

                     Programme expenses                  - Rs.    1,43,50,000/-

 

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                                                                                Rs. 3,66,47,000/-

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The budgetary allocation is for meeting the administrative expenses like salaries, traveling, telephone, electricity and programme expenses. Further a sum of Rs.13.49 Lakhs have been sanctioned under Part II Scheme for 2009-10.        
                                                                                                                                                         
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XII. The Manner of Execution of subsidy programmes including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes.  

NIL                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

XIII. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it.

NIL

 

XIV. Details in respect of the information available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form.

            The Office of the Director, Anna Institute of Management and Director General of Training has a website, You may visit at:              http://www.annainstitute.org/  
            No fee is charged to visit our above Portal or to download or print the information contained therein.  

 

XV. The Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information including the working hours of a Library or reading room, if maintained for public use.  

            The Library is meant only for Faculty Members of the institute and participants. It is not open to the public. 

 

 XVI. The names, designations and other particulars of the Appellate Authority and Public Information Officer.  

 1.     Thiru V. Vidyasagar, Faculty Member                         -  Appellate Authority
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 2.    Tmt. N. Jayalakshmi, Administrative Officer                  -  Public Information Officer
       

                    Address:   Office of the Director, Anna Institute of Management
                                    and Director General of Training  
                                     “MAHIZHAMPOO”, 163/1 P.S. Kumarasamy Raja Salai 
                                    (Greenways Road), R.A. Puram 
                                     Chennai  – 600 028
                     Phone   :    24937170
                                      24938247
                                      24937590
                     Fax       :    24937062           

 

XVII. Such other information as may be prescribed

            More information about the Institute is available at http://www.annainstitute.org/  

               

 

 

  

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