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The names, designations and other particulars of the FAA, PIO & APIO
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi (Delhi)
APIO PIO FAA list of SPMCIL      
A directory of senior officers
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi (Delhi)
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Right to Information Act
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi (Delhi)
The particulars of its organization, functions and duties
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) was formed after corporatisation of nine units including four mints, four presses and one paper mill which were earlier functioning under the Ministry of Finance. The Company was incorporated on 13.01.2006 under the Companies Act, 1956 with its headquarters at 16th Floor, Jawahar Vyapar Bhawan, Janpath, New Delhi. SPMCIL, a Miniratna Category-I CPSE, and wholly owned Schedule "A" Company of Government of India, is engaged in the manufacture of security paper, minting of coins, printing of currency and bank notes, non-judicial stamp papers, postage stamps, travel documents, etc. The employees strength of SPMCIL is about 12600 in all its nine units. The Company has four Presses, four Mints and one Paper Mill to meet the requirements of RBI for Currency Notes and Coins and State Governments for Non-Judicial Stamp Papers and Postal Departments for postal stationery, stamps etc. and Ministry of External Affairs for passports, visa stickers and other travel documents. Other products are commemorative coins, MICR and Non-MICR cheques etc. SPMCIL has an asset base of ` 7000 crore and its sales turnover for the financial year 2011-12 increased to ` 3422.68 crore as against ` 3134.57 crore in last financial year. The Company is under the administrative control of Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. It is headed by Chairman and Managing Director. All the 9 units of four production verticals i.e. Currency Printing Presses, Security Printing Presses, Security Paper Mill and India Government Mints headed by General Managers are industrial organizations and are regulated in accordance with the labour laws and directions of Government issued from time to time. The main activities of these units are as under:

Currency Printing Presses:
Currency Note Press, Nashik Road and Bank Note Press, Dewas which are engaged in production of Bank Notes for our country as well as for foreign countries use state of the art technology. More than 40% of Currency Notes circulated in India are printed by these units. These units are equipped with designing, engraving, complete Pre-printing and Offset facilities, Intaglio Printing machines, Numbering & Finishing machines etc. Both the Currency Note Printing Presses are ISO 9001:2000 & ISO 14001:2004 certified units having fool-proof accounting of security items, stringent security systems with ultra-modern eco-friendly efficient treatment facilities and complemented by a service department to ensure maximum in-transit security. These units have captive railway treasury wagons / carriages for transporting the treasury consignments. These units have history of export of Bank Notes to countries like East Africa, Iraq, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Bhutan etc. The Bank Note Press Dewas also manufactures different types of security ink for various security organizations. Its production of inks for the year 2011-12 was 272.62 MT.

Security Printing Presses:
Security Printing Presses have glorious history of more than 80 years employing specialized technology and multiple printing processes to produce security products under secure operating procedures and manufacturing protocols. These presses have the latest technological facilities for Designing, Pre-printing and Post-Printing. Security Printing Presses have the capability of incorporating security features like chemically reactive elements, various Guilloche patterns, micro lettering, designs with UV inks, bi-fluorescent inks, optical variable inks, micro perforation, adhesive/glue, embossing, die-cutting and personalization etc.

India Security Press, Nashik prints and supplies judicial/non-judicial stamp papers, all types of postal & non postal stamps & stationery, passports, visa & other travel documents, MICR & Non-MICR Cheques, Identity Cards, Railway Warrants, Income Tax Return Order Forms, Saving Instruments, commemorative stamps etc. These security documents are printed & supplied to various State Governments, Union Territories and Central Government departments including Department of Posts, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of External Affairs as well as RBI. It has entered other markets which require documents incorporated with security features and is developing new products as part of diversification. A specialized Forgery Detection Cell also caters to the demand of various law enforcement agencies and RBI. ISP has introduced E-Passport for the first time in India by undertaking production of official and diplomatic E-passports. ISP has successfully printed PAN Application Forms & Allied Stationery for UTI Technology Services and 11 Varieties of Certificates for RTO, Government of Chhattisgarh. Further, it has entered into MoU with Archaeological Survey of India to print and Supply Entry Tickets for various Monuments and another MoU has been signed with Nashik Municipal Corporation, Nashik to print and Supply Octroi receipts. It has printed tickets for Commonwealth Games 2010.

Security Printing Press, Hyderabad was established in the year 1982 to cater to the needs of the Central and various State Governments by printing and supplying security documents such as Postal Stationery items, Central Excise Stamps, Non-Judicial Stamps, Court Fee Stamps, Indian Postal Orders and Saving Instruments etc. It is equipped with modern pre-press plate-making systems and post-printing techniques with processing facility for Perforation, Numbering, UV Print Technology, Online envelope making, Inland Letters, Aerograms, Postal Stationery etc. It has bagged first-ever order for printing of warehouse forms from Haryana Warehouse Corporation. It has also incorporated security features in these forms by introducing Warehouse Logo as well as micro-text in invisible ink.

Security Paper Mill:
Security Paper Mill (SPM), Hoshangabad was established in 1968 and notified as non-commercial undertaking. SPM, an ISO 9001:2000 unit is responsible for manufacturing of different types of Security Papers. Papers manufactured by this unit are used for printing of Currency Notes by CNP & BNP and for Non-Judicial Stamps being printed by ISP & SPP. SPM, Hoshangabad has the distinction of incorporating numerous security features in paper viz Fluorescence Fibres, Multi-tonal three Dimensional Watermark, Electrotype Watermark, various types of Security Threads, Tangents, etc. At SPM, the eco-friendly process and the energy conservation aspects are assigned the utmost importance.
India Government Mints:
The Mints are situated at Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Noida and have rich minting heritage and legacy of producing quality products. These mints are carrying out minting of all coins circulated in the country. India Government Mints (IGM) offer comprehensive range of services covering every stage of the minting process - from planning to the finished products. Utilization of advanced technology, innovation, quality and reliable delivery methods are some of the components of strength of these mints. IGMs have made a niche in the minting world - with excellence in design, expertise in minting precious metals, and above all, a long tradition of craftsmanship. Reliability is combined in a natural manner in design and production of individualistic solution that truly reflect the customers' values. Apart from minting of Circulation Coins, the IGMs also manufacture commemorative coins. Besides IGMs have trusted name in minting of items like Medallions and various bullion activities.
The powers and duties of its officers and employees
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
The Powers of company officials are well defined at all levels in the organization. The duties are assigned from time to time.
The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and account
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
Overall management of the Company rests with the Board of Directors of the Company, the highest decision making body within the Company. Since SPMCIL is a government Company, the Board of Directors is accountable to the Government of India. The primary role of the Board is that of trusteeship to protect the assets of the Company and take such decisions which enhance production and productivity. The Board oversees Companys strategic directions, reviews corporate performance, authorizes and monitors strategic decision, ensure regulatory compliance and safeguard the interest of the Company. The Board ensures that the Company managed in the manner that fulfils the aspirations of the stakeholders. The day-to-day management of the Company is entrusted with the Chairman & Managing Director who is supported by Functional Directors and other Executives and staffs of the Company. For effective discharge of his functions, the Board of Directors has delegated substantial powers to the Chairman & Managing Director. The Chairman & Managing Director, in turn, delegated specified power to Functional Directors/Executives subject to due control being retained by him and subject to such conditions which are consistent with the need of prompt, effective and efficient discharge of responsibilities entrusted to such Directors/Executives. The Chairman & Managing Director is accountable to the Board of Directors. Functional Directors are accountable to the Chairman & Managing Director. The Executives are accountable to concerned Functional Directors. The decisions making process in the Company involves the following Channel:
The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
SPMCIL enters into an MOU with the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India every year. The MOU contains the performance criteria on which performance of the corporation is evaluated at the end of the year. The MOU also indicates targets and comparative weights for each performance criteria. The performance evaluated at the end of the year is done on a five-point scale, 1 representing ‘Excellent’ & 5 representing ‘Poor’.

The Company has achieved ‘Excellent’ MOU rating for three years in succession.
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
SPMCIL has formulated the rules for conduct of business in the company. Major guiding documents are listed below:

• Articles of Association and Memorandum of Association of the Company

• Conduct, Discipline and Appeal Rules

• Procurement Manual

• Personnel Policy Documents

• Handbook on Vigilance Matters

• Accounts Manual

• Internal Audit Manual
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
Various categories of documents that are being held by the Company or under its control are given below:
1. Documents pertaining to incorporation
    1. Memorandum & Articles of Association
    2. Statutory Registers under the Companies Act, 1956.
    3. Statutory Registers under other applicable Acts and Rules & Regulations.
    4. Annual Reports.
    5. Annual Returns.
    6. Returns & Forms filed with the Registrar of Companies, etc.
2. Documents pertaining to Meetings of the Board of Directors
    1. Notices and Minutes Book of the Meetings of the Board of Directors.
    2. Notices and Minutes of the General Body Meeting.
3. Documents pertaining to Accounts:
    1. Books of Accounts
    2. Statement of Quarterly Financial Results
    3. Annual Report
    4. Accounts Manual
    5. Internal Audit Manual
    6. Documents pertaining to payment of Income Tax, Tax Deducted at Sources, etc.
    7. Vouchers, etc.
4. Documents pertaining to establishment matters
    1. Documents containing the details of employees
    2. Various internal policies, rules & regulations pertaining establishment matters
    3. Performance Appraisal Reports of employees
    4. Files and Records concerning compliance of DPE guidelines
    5. Service Rules
    6. CDA Rules
5. Documents pertaining to legal matters -
    1. Petition, plaints, written statements and other documents submitted to Hon’ble Courts, tribunals, etc.
    2. Orders of hon’ble courts; etc.
The 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
SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
SPMCIL is a commercial organization which has come into being after corporatisation of Mints, Presses and Paper Mill which were earlier under the control of Ministry of Finance, Department of Economic Affairs. The policies formulated by it relate to its internal management. Hence, there is no requirement for consultation with the members of the public prior to formulation of its internal policies. All its policies are formulated in compliance with the provisions of all applicable statues, rules and regulations, etc. and in consultation with recognized unions.
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