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Turnover of central PSUs up 36% in April-Sep

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The state-owned companies have performed well during the first half of the current fiscal recording an impressive increase of about 36 per cent in turnover.
"As per the information received from, Central Public Sector Enterprises, the turnover (during April-September 2008-09) is likely to grow by about 36 per cent over the corresponding period last year," according to the minister of heavy industries and public enterprises, Santosh Mohan Dev.
This is significant as the turnover of the CPSEs during the whole of 2007-08 went up by 12.13 per cent to Rs 10.82 lakh crore (Rs 10.82 trillion).
The 36 per cent increase in turnover recorded by the central PSUs during the first half does not reflect the impact of the global financial meltdown on the performance of the state-owned companies. The impact of the financial crisis, which hit the world in mid-September following collapse of iconic investment banker Lehman Brothers will become manifest during the second half of the fiscal.
Describing the performance of the CPSEs encouraging, Dev in his foreword to the Public Enterprises Survey 2007-08, expressed the confidence that "the CPSEs would continue to play an important role in helping the country to achieve a high growth rate in the years to come". Noting that oil market companies faced a difficult year on account of spike in crude prices in the international market, Dev said, "The share of OMCs in the total turnover of all CPSEs stood at 54 per cent in 2007-08."
The CPSEs, he added, "served well the macro-economic objectives of low and stable prices, high economic growth and regional development."
The minister further said "some of the shell companies, floated by public sector financial companies/CPSEs have been successful in attracting private sector into the ultra mega power projects with investments in the magnitude of more than Rs 10,000 crore (Rs 100 billion)." The CPSEs, the minister said, are implementing 58 mega (investment of more than Rs 1,000 crore or Rs 10 billion) and 32 major projects (investment between Rs 100 crore or Rs 1 billion and Rs 1,000 crore or Rs 10 billion) in the power sector.
While the number of profit making CPSEs went up from 154 in 2006-07 to 159 companies in 2007-08, the number of loss making state-owned companies declined to 54 from 60 during the same period, he added.
The profits of the central PSUs which are not in the red, he said, increased to Rs 91,062 crore (Rs 910.62 billion) during 2007-08 from Rs 89,578 crore (Rs 895.78 billion) in the previous fiscal. The losses of the central PSUs were up at Rs 11,332 crore (Rs 113.32 billion) during the year as compared to Rs 8,457 crore (Rs 84.57 billion) during 2006-07.
Source: PTI

List of Central Public Sector Enterprises :-

Central Public Sector Enterprises, total number of units 189 as follows...

  • AIR INDIA LTD.
  • AIRLINE ALLIED SERVICES LTD.
  • AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA
  • ANDREW YULE & COMPANY LTD.
  • ANTRIX CORPORATION LTD.
  • ARTIFICIAL LIMBS MFG. CORPN. OF INDIA
  • BALMER LAWRIE & CO. LTD.
  • BBJ CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LTD.
  • BENGAL CHEMICALS & PHARMACEUTICALS LTD.
  • BHARAT BHARI UDYOG NIGAM LTD.
  • BHARAT COKING COAL LTD.
  • BHARAT DYNAMICS LTD.
  • BHARAT EARTH MOVERS LTD.
  • BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD.
  • BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LTD.
  • BHARAT HEAVY PLATE & VESSELS LTD.
  • BHARAT PETROLEUM CORPN. LTD.
  • BHARAT PUMPS & COMPRESSORS LTD.
  • BHARAT REFRACTORIES LTD.
  • BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LTD.
  • BHARAT YANTRA NIGAM LTD.
  • BHARATIYA NABHIKIYA VIDYUT NIGAM LTD.
  • BIECCO LAWRIE LTD.
  • BONGAIGAON REFINERY & PETROCHEMICALS LTD.
  • BRAHMAPUTRA VALLEY FERTILIZER CORPN.
  • BRAITHWAITE & CO. LTD.
  • BRIDGE & ROOF CO.(INDIA) LTD.
  • BROADCAST ENGG.CONSULTANTS INDIA LTD.
  • BURN STANDARD COMPANY LTD.
  • CEMENT CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • CENTRAL COALFIELDS LTD.
  • CENTRAL COTTAGE INDUSTRIES CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • CENTRAL ELECTRONICS LTD.
  • CENTRAL INLAND WATER TRANSPORT CORPN. LTD.
  • CENTRAL MINE PLANNING & DESIGN INSTITUTE LTD.
  • CENTRAL WAREHOUSING CORPN.
  • CHENNAI PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD.
  • COAL INDIA LTD.
  • COCHIN SHIPYARD LTD.
  • CONTAINER CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
  • COTTON CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • DONYI POLO ASHOK HOTEL LTD.
  • DREDGING CORPN.OF INDIA LTD.
  • EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS ( INDIA ) LTD.
  • ELECTRONICS CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • ENGINEERING PROJECTS(INDIA) LTD.
  • ENGINEERS INDIA LTD.
  • ENNORE PORT LTD.
  • EXPORT CREDIT GUARANTEE CORPN.OF INDIA LTD.
  • FCI ARAVALI GYPSUM & MINERALS(INDIA) LTD.
  • FERRO SCRAP NIGAM LTD.
  • FERTILIZER CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS (TRAVANCORE) LTD.
  • FOOD CORPN. OF INDIA
  • GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
  • GARDEN REACH SHIPBUILDERS & ENGINEERS LTD.
  • GOA SHIPYARD LTD.
  • HANDICRAFTS & HANDLOOMS EXPORTS CORP.INDIA LTD.
  • HEAVY ENGINEERING CORPN. LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN ANTIBIOTICS LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN CABLES LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN COPPER LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN FLUOROCARBONS LIMITED
  • HINDUSTAN INSECTICIDES LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN LATEX LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN NEWSPRINT LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN ORGANIC CHEMICALS LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN PAPER CORPORATION LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM CORPN. LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN PHOTO FILMS MANUFACTURING CORPN. LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN PREFAB LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN SALTS LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN SHIPYARD LTD.
  • HINDUSTAN STEEL WORKS COSTN. LTD.
  • HMT ( INTERNATIONAL ) LTD.
  • HMT BEARINGS LTD.
  • HMT CHINAR WATCHES LTD.
  • HMT LTD.
  • HMT MACHINE TOOLS LTD.
  • HMT WATCHES LTD.
  • HOOGHLY DOCK AND PORT ENGINEERS LTD.
  • HOOGHLY PRINTING COMPANY LTD.
  • HOTEL CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • HOUSING & URBAN DEV. CORPN. LTD.
  • HSCC (INDIA) LTD.
  • I T I LTD.
  • I.B.P. CO. LTD.
  • INDIA TOURISM DEV. CORPN.LTD.
  • INDIA TRADE PROMOTION ORGANISATION
  • INDIAN AIRLINES LTD.
  • INDIAN IRON & STEEL CO. LTD.
  • INDIAN MEDICINES PHARMACEUTICAL CORPN. LTD.
  • INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD.
  • INDIAN OIL TECHNOLOGIES LTD.
  • INDIAN RAILWAY CATERING AND TOURISM CORPN. LTD.
  • INDIAN RARE EARTHS LTD.
  • INDIAN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVT.AGENCY LTD.
  • INSTRUMENTATION LTD.
  • IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD.
  • JUTE CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • KARNATAKA ANTIBIOTICS & PHARMACEUTICALS LTD.
  • KOCHI REFINERIES LTD.
  • KONKAN RAILWAY CORPORATION LTD.
  • KUDREMUKH IRON ORE CO.LTD
  • M M T C LTD.
  • M S T C LTD.
  • MADRAS FERTILIZERS LTD.
  • MAHANADI COALFIELDLS LTD.
  • MAHANAGAR TELEPHONE NIGAM LTD.
  • MAHARASHTRA ELEKTROSMELT LTD.
  • MANGANESE ORE(INDIA) LTD.
  • MAZAGON DOCK LTD.
  • MECON LTD.
  • MILLENNIUM TELECOM LTD.
  • MINERAL EXPLORATION CORPN. LTD.
  • MISHRA DHATU NIGAM LTD.
  • MUMBAI RAILWAY VIKAS CORPORATION LTD.
  • NARMADA HYDRO ELECTRIC DEVELOPMENT CORPN. LTD.
  • NATIONAL ALUMINIUM COMPANY LTD.
  • NATIONAL BACKWARD CLASSES FINANCE & DEVELOPMENT CORP.
  • NATIONAL BLDG. CONSTN. CORPN. LTD.
  • NATIONAL FERTILIZERS LTD.
  • NATIONAL FILM DEV. CORPN. LTD.
  • NATIONAL HANDICAPPED FINANCE & DEVPT. CORPN.
  • NATIONAL HANDLOOMS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD.
  • NATIONAL HYDROELECTRIC POWER CORPN.LTD.
  • NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS LTD.
  • NATIONAL MINERAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD.
  • NATIONAL MINORITIES DEVELOPMENT & FINANCE CORPORATION
  • NATIONAL PROJECTS CONSTRUCTION CORPN. LTD.
  • NATIONAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT CORPN. OF INDIA.
  • NATIONAL SAFAI KARAMCHARIS' FINANCE & DEVPT. CORPN.
  • NATIONAL ST FINANCE & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
  • NATIONAL SC FINANCE & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
  • NATIONAL SEEDS CORPN. LTD.
  • NATIONAL SMALL INDUSTRIES CORPN. LTD.
  • NATIONAL TEXTILE CORPN. (Holding Co.) LTD.
  • NATIONAL THERMAL POWER CORPORATION LTD.
  • NEPA LTD.
  • NEYVELI LIGNITE CORPN. LTD.
  • NORTH EASTERN ELECTRIC POWER CORPORATION LTD.
  • NORTH EASTERN REGIONAL AGRI. MARKETING CORP.LTD.
  • NORTHERN COAL FIELDS LTD.
  • NTC(DELHI,PUNJAB & RAJASTHAN) LTD.
  • NTC(MAHARASHTRA NORTH)LTD.
  • NTC(SOUTH MAHARASHTRA)LTD.
  • NTC(TAMILNADU & PONDICHERRY) LTD.
  • NTC(UTTAR PRADESH)LTD.
  • NTPC ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY LTD.
  • NTPC HYDRO LTD.
  • NUCLEAR POWER CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • NUMALIGARH REFINARY LTD.
  • OIL & NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD.
  • OIL INDIA LTD.
  • ONGC VIDESH LTD.
  • P E C LTD.
  • PAWAN HANS HELICOPTERS LTD.
  • PONDICHERRY ASHOK HOTEL CORPN. LTD.
  • POWER FINANCE CORPORATION
  • POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD
  • PRAGA TOOLS LTD.
  • PROJECTS & DEVELOPMENT INDIA LTD.
  • RAIL VIKAS NIGAM LTD.
  • RAILTEL CORPORATION INDIA LTD.
  • RAJASTHAN ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTS LTD.
  • RASHTRIYA CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZERS LTD.
  • RASHTRIYA ISPAT NIGAM LTD.
  • RICHARDSON & CRUDDAS (1972) LTD.
  • RITES LTD.
  • RURAL ELECTRIFICATION CORPN. LTD.
  • SAMBHAR SALTS LTD.
  • SATLUJ JAL VIDYUT NIGAM LTD.
  • SCOOTERS INDIA LTD.
  • SEMI - CONDUCTOR COMPLEX LTD.
  • SHIPPING CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
  • SOUTH EASTERN COAL FIELDS LTD.
  • SPICES TRADING CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
  • SPONGE IRON INDIA LTD.
  • STATE TRADING CORPN. OF INDIA LTD.
  • STEEL AUTHORITY OF INDIA LTD.
  • TAMIL NADU TRADE PROMOTION ORGANISATION
  • TEHRI HYDRO DEVELOPMENT CORP. LTD.
  • TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANTS (INDIA) LTD.
  • TUNGABHADRA STEEL PRODUCTS LTD.
  • URANIUM CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
  • UTKAL ASHOK HOTEL CORPN. LTD.
  • WATER & POWER CONSULTANCY SERVICES (INDIA) LTD.
  • WESTERN COALFIELDS LTD.


Risk Allowance to Central Government employees

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No. 21012/4/88- Allowances
Government of India/ Bharat Sarkar
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi, the 22ndAugust, 1988



OFFICE MEMORANDUM



Subject : Risk Allowance to Central Government employees.



The undersigned is directed to refer to the recommendations of the IV Pay Commission contained in paragraph 17.23 of their Report relating to grant of Risk Allowance to Central Government employees whose duty involves risk and to say that in pursuance of this, a Committee was constituted and after considering the recommendations of the Committee, the President is pleased to decide as follows:-

(i) For determining the categories of staff exposed to risk in employment the following criteria may be adopted:-

those engaged in duties involving greater hazards or whose health is liable to be adversely affected progressively over a long period of time because of the particular avocation, and

Sweepers/ Safaiwalas engaged in cleaning of underground drains, sewer lines, those working in trenching grounds and Infectious Diseases Hospitals.


(ii) The existing categories of Government servants who are in receipt of Risk Allowance may continue to get the same at rates as under:-

(a) Unskilled workers……………………Rs.20/- per. month.

(b) Semi-skilled workers…………………Rs.30/- per-month.

(c) Skilled workers……………………….Rs.40/- per. month.

(d) Supervisors……………………………Rs.50/- per. month

(e) Gazetted officers (engaged in Nitro Glycerin preparation)……………Rs.150/- per. month

(f) Non-gazetted officers (engaged in Nitro Glycerin preparation)………………….Rs.90/-per month

(f) Danger Building Officers………………Rs.200/- per month

(iii) Where a category of Government servants in a Department is in receipt of Risk Allowance, similar categories of Government servants in other Ministries/ Departments shall also be considered for grant of Risk Allowance under similar conditions, e.g. Safaiwalas/ Sanitary Cleaners working in underground drains, sewer lines, infectious diseases hospitals etc.

(iv) The Risk Allowance will not be treated as "Pay" for any purpose.

2. A review of the existing categories who are already in receipt of risk allowance may be conducted to ensure that th4e benefit is given only to those strictly covered under the criteria laid down in paragraph 1 (i) above. The review should be completed within a period of 3 months and report furnished to this Department.

3. Proposal for inclusion of any new category fulfilling the criteria as indicated abov may be processed by the concerned Ministries in consultation with their Associate Finance and the Department of Personnel & Training. Further in identifying such categories, Staff Side of the Departmental Council (JCM) may also be consulted.

4. It has also been decided that Ministries/ Departments may work out suitable welfare schemes for periodical medical check-up of the staff exposed to risk in their jobs to ensure their god health.

5. These orders come into force with effect from 1st October, 1986.

6. In their application to the officers of the I.A. & A.D. these orders are issued in consultation with Comptroller & Auditor General of India.



(S. Hariharan)
Under Secretary to the Government of India.



Source Document: www.persmin.gov.in

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