Name  of CPIO & GM  : Dr.B.S.Beniwal , General Manager,

                                Delhi Milk Sheme, West Patel Nagar

                                New Delhi-110008

                                Ph. No.  25872455

                                Fax No. 25872466

Name of CAPIO : Shri Virender Singh, Stores Officer

                                 Phone No.25872461

 

Name & Address of Applete Autghority 

 

Shri Dalip Rath, Joint Secretary (A&DD)

Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Animal           Husbandry, Dairying &  Fisheries, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi-110001

 

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION :  DELHI MILK SCHEME

 

 

1.         INTRODUCTION

 

            Delhi Milk Scheme (DMS) was set up in 1959 with the primary objective of supplying wholesome milk to the citizens of Delhi at reasonable prices as well as for providing remunerative prices to milk producers. Manufacture and sale of milk products like Ghee, Table Butter, Yoghurt, Paneer, Chhachh and Flavoured Milk is also under taken as an allied activity.  The initial installed capacity of Delhi Milk Scheme was for processing /packing of 2.55 lakh litres of milk per day. However, in order to meet increasing demand for milk in the city, the capacity was expanded in phases to the level of 5.00 lakh litres of milk per day. 

 

2.         MANAGEMENT

 

2.1             DMS is headed by a General Manager. He is assisted by Senior Officers viz. Dy. General Manager (Admn.), Dy. General Manager (Tech) and Financial Adviser & Chief Accounts Officer.

 

 

2.2.           MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

 

There is a Management Committee, which enjoys powers of a Department of Government of India (except for creation of posts, writing off losses and re-appropriation of funds exceeding 10% of the original budget provision). The present Management Committee comprises of the Joint Secretary (Dairy Development) as Chairman, Director (Finance), President, Indian Dairy Association, New Delhi, Managing Director, The Punjab State Coop. Milk Producers Federation Ltd., Chandigarh and General Manager, DMS as its members.  

 

 

2.3 I.S.O.22000 –2005 CERTIFICATION

 

DMS has been awarded ISO 22000-2005 Certification valid from 4.5.2009 to 5.5.2012 By M/s IRQS Mumbai and is in the process of obtaining ISO 14000-2004 Certification by the same body for Environment  Management..

                                   

 

 

 

 

                                               

 

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3.  PROCUREMENT OF MILK

 

3.1.    Delhi Milk Scheme has been procuring raw/fresh milk from the State Dairy Federations of the neighboring States of Punjab, Haryana, U.P. and  Rajasthan and from the Co-operative Societies/ Producers Companies  & other companies.

 

3.2.      The total quantity of milk procured by DMS since 2005-06 is indicated below:

                                                                                        (Figure in Lakh Kgs)

Year

 Total Qty. of milk procured

      Average/per day

2005-06

           1029.33

2.82

2006-07

             601.63

1.65

2007-08

             872.77

2.38

2008-09

           1100.38

3.01

2009-10 (upto

Dec..2009

             752.96

2.74

 

3.3       Contracts for procurement of milk with various agencies i.e.    State Dairy Federations, Cooperative Societies / Producer Companies & Pvt. Limited Companies  has been finalized upto 31.03.2010.   However, due to shortage of milk because of rains, floods and drought in various states, DMS could not procure adequate quantity of milk during the current financial year 2009-10.                                                     

 

4.         PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF MILK

 

4.1       Delhi Milk Scheme is processing and supplying following types of milk at the selling price as indicated against each :

 

 

Sl.

No

Type of milk

   Fat

     %

   SNF

      %

Rate/per litre   

Rates effective from

1.

Toned Milk(Poly Pack)

  3.0

  8.5

 Rs. 22.00

01.11.2009

2.

Toned Milk ( Loose)

  3.0

  8.5

 Rs. 20.00

16.08.2009

3.

Double Toned Milk

  1.5

  9.0

 Rs. 19.00

16.08.2009

4.

Full Cream Milk

  6.0

  9.0       

 Rs. 28.00

01.11.2009

                                                           

4.2       DMS has a   network of over 1441 outlets (including 436 All Day Milk Stalls) and 176 Loose Milk Outlets. The DMS also supplies milk to about 142 institutions such as Hospitals, Government Canteens, Hostels and Defense Units etc. 

                                                                                                     As on 31.12.2009

(i)

DMS Outlets  (including 436 All Day Milk Stalls) 

1108

(ii)

Number of All Day Milk Stall In Govt. Building

015

(iii)

Total Number of Loose Milk Outlets

176

(iv)

Number of Institutions

0142

 

                                         Total

1441

                                  

4.3.      The milk booths are allotted to and manned by Ex-servicemen/retired Govt./Semi-Govt. servants, physically handicapped, widows, unemployed persons.

 

 

 

 

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5.  PERFORMANCE / CAPACITY UTILISATION.

 

5.1 The present sale of DMS milk is around 3.80 lakh litres per day (LLPD) including custom packing for Mother Dairy. To utilize surplus processing capacity, around 75,000 litres of milk per day is being custom packed for Mother Dairy, Delhi. Cost of production of milk in DMS is as below:-

                             

Year

Capacity Utilization

Percentage     

Milk Sale

(InLakh   

 litres)

Variable Cost  (Rupees/

per litre)

Fixed  Cost

(Rupees/

 per litre)

Total Cost

(Rupees/

per litre)

2005-06

73.0

1276.39

14.35

2.23

16.58

2006-07

60.2

1090.69

15.84

2.26

18.10

2007-08

67.2

1219.27

17.80

2.33

20.13

2008-09

76.0

1371.72

18.10

2.60

20.70

2009-10 (upto  Dec. 09)

76.4

  1030.95

19.26

2.71

22.57

 

5.2  DMS is also manufacturing and selling Ghee and Table Butter. The production and sale of Ghee and Table Butter since 2005-06 are indicated below:

                 ( Figures in M.T.)

   Year

                    GHEE

        TABLE    BUTTER

 

PRODUCTION

      SALE*

PRODUCTION

   SALE*

2005-06

658.88

593.95

38.85

33.84

2006-07

293.29

375.95

31.40

37.06

2007-08

 

651.78

505.17

46.45

38.75

2008-09

493.40

605.93

27.78

36.71

2009-10 (upto

Dec..,09)

220.11

237.54

25.40

28.14

  

  Note: 1.  *Sale includes previous year stocks also.            

 

5.4       DMS is also manufacturing and marketing Yoghurt/Dahi (In Kullars),  Flavoured Milk, (In pouch),   Paneer ( in 200 Gm/1 Kg. pack) and Chhachh (in 200 ml pouch) for supply. The quantity of Flavoured milk, Yoghurt, Paneer and Chhachh manufactured and sold since 2005-06 is indicated below:

(In Thousand Numbers)

   Year

Flavoured Milk (In 200 ml. pouch/bottle )

Yoghurt/Dahi ( Kullars/cups)

 

 PRODUCTION

      SALE*

PRODCTION

   SALE*

2005-06

517

514

1354

1344

2006-07

112**

115

0788

0780

2007-08

Nil

   114**

0372

0360

2008-09

Nil

299

0674

0586

2009-10(up to Dec., 09)

Nil

163

0584

0574

  Note:   * 1. Sale includes previous year stocks also.

             **2. The production/sale of Flavoured Milk had been discontinued w.e.f.              

                    July, 2007. However, DMS has resumed supply of Sterilized Flavoured

                    Milk  in 200 ml. bottle w.e.f. 07.11.2007 which is packed by Milkfed                                       

                    Punjab.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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   Year

PANEER (In 200 Gm/1 Kg)

                (In M.T)

 CHHACHH (In 200 ml. pouch)

      (In Thousand Numbers)

 

 PRODUCTION

      SALE*

PRODCTION

   SALE*

2005-06

59.98

59.74

195

193

2006-07

33.68

33.61

109

109

2007-08

 

35.51

 

35.22

092

086

2008-09

 

38.18

37.84

129

124

2009-10 (upto

Dec., 09)

35.39

35.05

140

139

    Note: * Sale includes previous year stocks also

               

6. PHYSICAL TARGET AND ACHIEVEMENTS

 

6.1 The targets and achievements in respect of procurement of milk, production/sale of milk and milk products (Ghee & Butter) for 2008-09 and  for 2009-10 are indicated below:

 

Sl.

No

      Particulars

    2008-09

            2009-10

 

 

 

 Target    

Achieve

ment

 Target

Achieve-ment. (Upto Dec..2009)

 

1.

Procurement of milk

( in Lakh Kgs)

912.50

 1100.38

912.50

752.96

2.

Sale of Milk (in Lakh litres)

1478.25

 1371.72

1478.25

1030.95

3.

Production of

(i) Ghee (in M.T) 

(ii) Table Butter ( M.T)

 

650.00

035.00

 

 493.40

   27.78

 

650.00

035.00

 

237.54

 28.14

    

Note :   # including Ghee &  Table Butter.

                                               

7. FINANCIAL OUTLAY

 

7.1       Expenditure on all head of accounts including the expenditure on inputs like raw milk, SMP, Butter, Butter Oil etc. and capital items is made from consolidated fund of Government of India through annual budget allocation of Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying. Sale proceeds of milk and milk products are credited to the revenue account of the Government. The funds provided/proposed and expenditure for the year  2008-09 (R.E.) and B.E. 2009-10 are indicated below :-                                                                                                                                                            (Rupees in Crores)

     Head/Scheme

          2008-09

              2009-10

 

R.E.

(Appro-

 ved)

Expenditure

 B.E.

Approved

Expenditure (Up to Dec...,2009)

                  1

      2

       3

       4

      6

I. NON-PLAN

 

 288.00

282.84

 

   393.27

  229.86

 

II. PLAN

(i) For purchase of machinery & construction of booths)

      0.50

    0.49

      0.50 

     0.23

(ii ) For execution of Civil and electrical works through CPWD. 

      0.50

 

    0.49

      0.50

      0.50

            TOTAL (II)

      1.00

0.98

       1.00

      0.73

 

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7.2.      The following table indicates deficit of DMS since 2006-07:

           

 Year

 Deficit ( In Rs. /Crores)

2006-07

24.94

2007-08

13.98

2008-09

10.99

2009-10 (Up to Dec., 2009)_

29.40

 

Though the deficit came down from 24.94 crore in  2006-07 to 10.99 crore in 2008-09, it increased to 29.40 crore during the current financial year due to lesser procurement of raw milk, higher purchase price paid for Skimmed milk powder, raw milk and implementation of 6th Pay commission recommendations.

 

8.        COST OF PRODUCTION AND LOSSES 

                       

 8.1      The main reasons for losses are: Continuous increase in the cost price of raw materials, Light Diesel Oil(LDO), Water, polythene film, Electricity and other consumables.                                  

 

ii)         Lower capacity utilization of plant.

iii)        No up-gradation of major components of plant and machinery.

                                                           

 

8.2.      Steps taken to reduce the losses:

 

(i)                 Government is adopting professional approach in different area of operation such as marketing, transportation and plant operations for increasing overall efficiency.

 

(ii)               Modernization of the obsolete plant, machinery and equipment is being undertaken to reduce the cost.

 

(iii)       Monitoring the various efficiency parameters of DMS on monthly basis such as average daily sale of milk, milk handled per unit of electricity and  percentage of loss of liquid milk.

                       

9.         IMPROVING EFFICIENCY/FUNCTIONING OF DMS

 

9.1       QUALITY CONTROL MEASURES

 

The quality control standards have been made stringent to ensure supply of good quality milk.  An instant sodium meter has been installed in Quality Control Laboratory for rapid assessment/detection of neutralizers or alkaline adulterants (if any) added to milk and milk products by unscrupulous elements. For detection of contaminants & pollutants in milk, a Gas Liquid Chromatogram, 2 Nos. of Milko Scan – 133B and Electronic Milk Testing Centrifuges have also been installed.

                                   

9.2             MARKETING OF MILK

 

-          Custom packing of about 75,000 litres of milk for Mother Dairy to utilize idle Capacity.

-          Out-sourcing of transportation of  milk  & milk products.

-     Appointment of Distributors/Dealers to promote the sale of milk.

-          Ensuring regular and timely supply as per market demand.

-          Training of DMS personnel in Dairy plant operations and maintenance. 

 

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9.3       STEPS TAKEN TO REDUCE THE LOSSES

 

9.3.1.  The DMS plant is having a capacity of processing/packing of 5.00 lakh litres of milk per day (LLPD). With the increase in price of DMS milk with effect from 1.3.2000, sale of milk came down from 4.5 LLPD to about 2.00 LLPD. The sale of milk started picking up from April, 2003 onwards and reached 3.50 LLPD (average) upto the year 2005-06. During 2006-07, due to shortage of milk because of rains, floods and drought in various States, as DMS could not procure sufficient quantity of milk, therefore could utilize only 60.2% of its capacity including custom packing of milk for Mother Dairy.

                                               

               The present sale of milk by DMS through its outlets is around 3.10 lakh litres per day (LLPD).

 

9.3.2.      The sale of DMS and custom packing of Mother Dairy milk by DMS taken together has reached 3.80 LLPD enhancing capacity utilization of DMS plant.

           

9.4    REDUCTION IN THE STAFF STRENGTH OF DMS.

 

9.4.1  In pursuance of the instructions issued by Ministry of Finance to down size the Government machinery and to reduce the administrative expenses, the DMS has decided to reduce its working strength by not making fresh recruitment. The table given below depicts the continuous reduction in staff strength of DMS.

           

Group

Sanctioned Strength as on 31.03.2003

Sanctioned Strength as on

01.04.2008

Sanctioned strength as on

01.09.2009

Actual in position as on

01.12. .2009

     ‘A’

         25

         25                 

         25

          16

     ‘B’

         46

         47

         47

          27

     ‘C’

       853

       674

       587

        376

     ‘D’

     1222

     1021

       885

        702

TOTAL

     2146

     1767

     1544

      1121

 

9.5   REDUCTION IN RETURN MILK AND FAT/SNF LOSSES

 

9.5.1. In the past, DMS was incurring an extra cost on account of reprocessing of return milk as a result of which it was causing a recurring loss to the organization.  Various measures have been taken and the quantity of return milk has come down to the barest minimum. FAT & SNF losses have also been controlled. 

                                               

9.6  OUTSOURCING OF TRANSPORATION OF MILK

                  

Outsourcing of the transport fleet in phases has been taken up. As on 31.12.2009, 58   routes have been outsourced which cover 42 routes in the morning and 16 in the evening. With phasing out of vehicles from DMS transport fleet more insulated vehicles are being deployed with labour and cash collection duties as per requirement of DMS.

 

9.7  UPGRADATION AND MODERNIZATION OF DMS PLANT

 

9.7.1. The DMS plant which was installed at the time of its commissioning has become old and is consuming more electricity etc. and adding to the loss of the organization. The installed capacity of the plant was for processing 5.00 lakh litres of milk per day. Presently, the DMS is processing about 4.00 lakh litres of milk per day.

 

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9.7.2. As the plant is old, it is almost running to an optimum level and therefore, it may not be possible to process the milk at the level of its installed capacity without up-gradation/automation.  

 

During the year 2009-10 the following equipments have been installed and commissioned

 

(a)  20 KLPH milk pasteurizer. 

(b)  5 Litre Mechanical Poly Pack Machine.

(c)  ACB for 11 KV Substation.

(d)  PHE Ammonia Condenser.

(e)   Air dryer for air compressors.

(f)   Electrical cubical panels for refrigeration.

(g)  3 number of mechanical poly pack machines for 1 litre packing.

                       

With the installation of these equipments not only the electricity consumption has been reduced but it has also improved the efficiency.

                       

9.7.2    The present capacity utilization of DMS is about 80%. Efforts are being made to utilize its capacity by increasing the sale of milk and milk products leading to reduction in losses.

                                   

10. CORPORATIZATION OF DMS.

 

10.1.   The activities of DMS are purely commercial in nature and therefore, in order to run it as a commercial entity and make it financially viable, the union cabinet has given ‘in principle’ approval to this department’s proposal to corporatize DMS to make it autonomous.  National Dairy Development Board an autonomous body under this department has taken up the job of preparation of feasibility report, AOA/MOA etc.by direct negotiation/settlement in terms of Rule, 176 of GFR.  After completion of all formalities, the Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries will bring a comprehensive proposal for corporatization of DMS before the Union cabinet for formal approval.

 

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2.0 POWERS & DUTIES OF ITS OFICERS & EMPLOYEES OF THE ORGANIZATION/SECTION.

 

 

Sl.No.

Name of the Post

Duties & Responsibilities

1.

2.

General Manager

Dy.General Manager(Admn.)

Head of Department

Responsible for the matters pertaining to Establishment of DMS and General Administration.

3.

Dy.General Manager(Technical)

To assist General Manager in all technical matters relating to DMS.

4.

Financial Adviser & Chief Accounts Officer

Responsible for all the accounts matter of the DMS. Financial Adviser to GM.

5.

Sr. Dairy Engineer

Responsible for maintenance & repairs of Dairy Plants installed at Central Dairy & its ancillary milk collection & chilling centers of DMS.

6.

Manager(Processing)

Head of Milk Processing/Products

Responsible for processing of milk & manufacture of milk products at Central Dairy and also receipt of raw milk.

7.

Manager(Quality Control Lab.)

Responsible for the checking of quality of milk & milk products being produced by the DMS.

8.

Manager(Procurement)

Responsible for procurement of milk through various States, Govt. Agencies/Federations in U.P., Punjab, Haryana & Rajasthan etc. and also local coop. societies.

 

9.

Manager(Stores & Purchase)

Head of Stores Division

Responsible for controlling the work of purchase accounting and organizing stores in DMS and for purchasing and accounting of all types of stores.

 

10.

Manager(Distribution)

Responsible for distribution of milk and milk products through milk depots, All Day Milk Stalls and Private Agencies set up for the purpose in the capital city of Delhi and to manage the entire distribution working.    

11.

Manager (Transport)

Responsible to deploy the milk vans & Drivers

 on duty for distribution of milk attached to break down and accidents cases, permits, claims, insurance etc.

12.

Dy.Manager(Stores &Purchase)

To assist Manager (Stores & Purchase) in purchasing & Accounting of all types of stores.

13.

Dy. Manager (Distt.)

To assist the Manager(Distribution) and ensure proper distribution of milk and milk products.

14.

Dy.Manager(Quality Control)

To assist the Manager (QCL) in day to day working of Quality Control Laboratory.

15.

Shift Manager

Responsible for operation of the Central Dairy of the DMS normally for the one shift and manufacture of milk and milk products.


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16.

Jr.Dairy Engineer

Responsible for maintenance and repairs of dairy plants installed at Central Dairy and its ancillary milk collection & chilling centers and also to assist the Senior Dairy Engineer in the performance of  his duties.

17.

Dy. Director (Cost)

Responsible for the costing of Accounts of DMS.

18.

Enquriy  Officer

To conduct Departmental Enquiries and advise the DMS in disciplinary matters.

19.

Personnel officer

To assist the management in matters relating to selection, training, evaluation, promotion, discipline & Control of employees, vigilance matters and staff’s union matters.

20.

Sr.Transport Officer

To assist the Manager (Transport) in the deployment of milk vans for distribution of milk at depots and other transport matter,

21.

Stores Officer

To assist the Manager (Stores & Purchase) in purchasing, accounting and issue of all types of stores.

22.

Security Officer

Responsible for maintaining the over all security of the organization.

23.

Staff Welfare officer

To look after the welfare problem of workers and staff working in the DMS. The majority of staff is governed under the Factories Act.

 

24.

Asstt. Director (Cost)

To assist the Dy.Director (Cost) in maintaining cost and accounting of DMS.

25.

Medical officer

Responsible for medical aid to the factory and other staff of DMS.

26.

Administrative Officer

To assist the DGM (A)/GM in day-to-day administration and general matters pertaining to the DMS staff.  Responsible for the work of Establishment sections.

27.

Accounts Officer

To look after the accounts work of the scheme under the supervision of FA&CAO.

28.

Internal Audit Officer

To assist the FA&CAO with regard to Audit of the DMS Accounts, to have a check on the entire purchase of stores issued and advise to the Administration in financial implications.

29.

Dairy Bactt.

Responsible for the work of checking of Bacteriological qualities of milk and milk products of the DMS.

30.

Dairy Chemist

Responsible for the work of checking of chemical qualities of milk and milk products of the DMS.

31.

Shift Transport Engineer

Responsible to supervise the work of maintenance and repairs of the fleet of milk/van tankers and other vehicles.

33.

Milk Distribution Officer

To assist the Manager (Distribution) in the distribution of milk and milk products.

34.

Assistant Engineer

To assist the Dairy Engineer/Sr.Dairy Engineer for the maintenance and upkeep of the plant and machinery installed in the Central Dairy.


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35.

Assistant Engineer (Civil)

Responsible for the maintenance and up-keep of the building under the charge of the scheme including the milk booths.

36.

Assistant Engineer (Electronics)

Responsible for the maintenance of Electronic equipments of the scheme and other problems relating thereto.

37.

Environment Officer

Responsible for the matter connected with the Pest Control, sanitation and environment in the Central Dairy/Effluent Treatment Plant.

38.

Hindi Officer

Responsible to ensure the Hindi activities in the organization as per the Official Language Act.

 

39.

Asstt.Administrative Officer

To assist the Administrative Officer in performance of the official duties. Responsible for disposal of routine work of section. To assist the Branch Officer in day today                          work and to maintain discipline in the society.

40.

Dy.Security Officer

To assist the Security Officer for maintaining the over-all security of the organization and to maintain duty roaster of watchmen and look into their grievances.

41.

Care Taker

To assist the Assistant Engineer (Civil) for the maintenance and up-keep of the building under the charge of Scheme.

           

 

DMS can be contacted at e-mail dmsdelhi@nic.in. The e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of DMS Officers and Sections are as follows:-

 

 

S.No.

Name

Designation

Tel.No. / Fax No.

1.

S/Sh. Ashok Bansal

General Manager

25872455/25872466

2.

Smt. M.K. Kejriwal

Dy.General Manager (A)

25872491

3.

Ashok Bansal

Dy.General Manager (T)

25877464

4.

J.S.Rathore

Manager (Proc.)

25872492-Telefax

5.

B.B.Garg

Manager (Quality

Control)

25877083

6.

Vinay Bagga

Manager(Central Dairy)

25877248(EPABX No.)

7.

Ram Swaroop

Manager(Distribution)

25877465-Telefax

8.

M.I.Akhtar

Sr.Dairy Engineer

25877248(EPABX No..)

9.

Dipak Magre

Sr.Transport Officer

25872493

10.

Deen Dayal

Store Officer (Pur./Phy.)

25877084-Telefax

11.

Harish Sharma

Personnel Officer

25877248(EPABX No.)

12.

Ram Kerram

Dy.L.W.C.

25877248(EPABX No.)

13.

Virender Singh

Store Officer

25877248(EPABX No.)

25872461

14.

A.P.S. Sawnhey

Dy.Director (COST)

25877248(EPABX No.)


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15.

Dr. A.P. Pandey

Shift Manager

25877248(EPABX No.)

16.

Sanjay Sati

Dairy Engineer

25877248(EPABX No.)

17.

Balwan Singh

Asstt. Engineer (Civil)

25877248(EPABX No.)

18.

S.N.Dharmadhikri

Dy.Manager (Distt) M

25877248(EPABX No.)

19.

H.N.Bhandari

Dairy Chemist (QCL)

25877248(EPABX No.)

20.

MadanPal Singh

Section Manager

25877248(EPABX No.)

21

D.V.S.Dahiya

Section Manager

25877248(EPABX No.)

22.

Docket Section

 

25872517,25871401, 25871402

23.

Complaint Cell

 

25877466

24.

EPABX Nos.

 

25877204 to 210 and

25877247 to 249

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rate List of DMS Milk and Milk Products as on 17.08.2010.

 

Sl.No.

Name of Product

      M.R.P.(Rs.)

Discount payable to Concessionaire /  Dealer

( In Rupees)       

1.

Toned Milk

24.00

 0.70 per litre

2.

Double Toned Milk

21.00

 .0.70 per litre

3.

Full Cream Milk

32.00

 0.70 per litre

4.

Loose Toned Milk

23.00

0.60 per litre

5.

Ghee

280.00

5.00 per litre

6.

White Butter (500 gms.)

122.00

3.00 per pkt.

7.

Table Butter (500 gms.)

  118.00

3.00  per pkt.

9.

Flavoured Milk (200 ml.)

14  .00

1.00 per  bottle

10.

Yoghurt Plain (100 gms.)

(In Kullar)

08.00

0.50 per Kullar

11.

Yoghurt sweet (100 gms.)

  08.00

  0.50 per Kullar

12.

Yoghurt Sweet  (100 Gm)  In Cups

08.00

1.00 per Cup.

13.

Dahi (200 gms.) In Kullar

  13.00

0.50 per Kullar

14.

Dahi ( 200 Gm.) in Cup

13.00

1.00 per Cup

15.

Paneer (1 kg.)

  165.00

6.00 per kg.

16.

Paneer (200 gms.)

  36.00

1.00 per pkt.

17.

Chhachh ( 200 ml.)

  08.00

0.50 per pkt.

 

 

 

 

 

  Grade wise Pay Band of DMS

 

 

 

 

 

Group-A

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Name of Post

Pay  Band  + Grade Pay

1

2

3

1

General Manager

PB-4+GP Rs.8700/-

2

Dy.Gen.Manager (A)

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

3

Dy.Gen.Manager (T)

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

4

F.A.& C.A.O.

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

5

J.D.(Cost)

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

6

Sr.Dairy Engineer

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

7

Manager (Proc.)

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

8

Manager (QCL)

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

9

Manager (Processing)

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

10

Manager (Distt.)

PB-3+GP Rs.7600/-

11

Dy. Manager (Store&Pur)

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

12

Dy.Manager (Distt.)

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

13

Dy.Manager (QCL)

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

14

Shift Manager

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

15

Dairy Engineer

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

16

Dy.Director (Cost)

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

17

Enquiry Officer

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

18

Personnel Officer

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

19

Sr.Transport Officer

PB-3+GP Rs.6600/-

20

Stores Officer

PB-3+GP Rs.5400/-

21

Staff Welfare Officer

PB-3+GP Rs.5400/-

22

Medical Officer

PB-3+GP Rs.5400/-

 

 

Total

 

 

 

 

 

Group-B- Gazetted

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Name of Post

Pay  Band  + Grade Pay

1

2

3

1

Asstt. Eng.(Electronics)

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

2

Section Manager

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

3

Environment Officer

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

4

Asstt. Engineer (Civil)

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

5

Assistant Engineer (DE)

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

6

Milk Distt.Officer

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

7

Internal Audit Officer

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

8

Administrative Officer

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

9

Accounts Officer

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

10

Hindi Officer

PB-2+GP Rs.4600/-

11

Dairy Chemist

PB-2+GP Rs.4800/-

12

Dairy Bacteriologist

PB-2+GP Rs.4800/-

 

 

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 Group-B- Non Gazetted

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Name of Post

Pay  Band  + Grade Pay

1

2

3

1

Senior Analyst

PB-2+ GP Rs.4200/-

2

Jr. Accounts Officer

PB-2+ GP Rs.4200/-

3

Asstt. Admn. Officer

PB-2+ GP Rs.4200/-

4

Sr. Sec. Supervisor

PB-2+ GP Rs.4200/-

 

 

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GROUP- 'C'

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Name of Post

Pay  Band  + Grade Pay

1

2

3

1

Asst.Milk Dist.Officer

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

2

Cash Clerk

PB-1+GP Rs.2400/-

3

Stall Assistant

PB-1+GP Rs.1900/-

4

Sales Clerk

PB-1+GP Rs.2400/-

5

Sales Asstt. (Prod)

PB-1+GP Rs.2400/-

6

Lower Division Clerk

PB-1+GP Rs.1900/-

7

Upper Division Clerk

PB-1+GP Rs.2400/-

8

Accountant

PB-1+GP Rs.2800/-

9

Tally Clerk

PB-1+GP Rs.1800/-

10

Hindi Typist

PB-1+GP Rs.1900/-

11

Senior Clerk

PB-1+GP Rs.2800/-

12

Superintendent

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

13

Stenographer(G-III)

PB-2+GP Rs.2400/-

14

Stenographer(G-II)

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

15

Stenographer(G-I)

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

16

Legal Assistant

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

17

Jr. Hindi Translator

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

18

Hindi Translator

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

19

Library & Information Asstt.

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

20

Security Supervisor

PB-1+GP Rs.1900/-

21

Asstt. Time Keeper

PB-1+GP Rs.1900/-

22

Time Keeper

PB-1+GP Rs.2400/-

23

Head Time Keeper

PB-1+GP Rs.4200/-

24

Data Entry Ope. Gr-A

PB-1+GP Rs.1900/-

25

Data Entry Operator Gr-B

PB-1+GP Rs.2800/-

26

Data Entry Operator Gr-C

PB-2+GP Rs.4200/-

27

Asstt.Store Keeper

PB-1-GP Rs.1900/-

28

Assistant Store Officer

9300-34800/4200

29

Senior Welder

9300-34800/4200

30

Assistant Manager (Grade I)

9300-34800/4200

31

Chargeman (Boiler)

9300-34800/4200

32

Chargeman (Mechanical)

9300-34800/4200

33

Chargeman (Refrigeration)

9300-34800/4200

34

Chargeman (Electrical)

9300-34800/4200

35

Chargeman (Instrument)

9300-34800/4200

36

Chargeman (Auto)

9300-34800/4200

37

Assistant Manager (Grade II)

9300-34800/4200

38

Analyst

9300-34800/4200

39

Bacteriological Assistant

9300-34800/4200

40

Technical Assistant (Pest Control)

9300-34800/4200

41

Technical Assistant (Chemist)

9300-34800/4200

42

Senior Store Keeper

9300-34800/4200

43

Staff Car Driver (Special Grade)

9300-34800/4200

44

Assistant Chargeman (Boiler)

5200-20200/2800

45

Senior Mechanic (Auto Mechanic)

5200-20200/2800

46

Staff Car Driver (Grade I)

5200-20200/2800

47

Driver-cum-Saleman

5200-20200/2800

48

Transport Inspector

5200-20200/2800

49

Compounder

5200-20200/2400

50

Mechanic (Auto Mechanic)

5200-20200/2400

51

Mechanic (Auto Electrical)

5200-20200/2400

52

Mechanic (Body Building)

5200-20200/2400

53

Mechanic (Bench)

5200-20200/2400

54

Mechanic (Mechanical)

5200-20200/2400

55

Mechanic (Refrigeration)

5200-20200/2400

56

Mechanic (Electrical)

5200-20200/2400

57

Mechanic (Boiler)

5200-20200/2400

58

Mechanic (Instrument)

5200-20200/2400

59

Mechanic (Electronics)

5200-20200/2400

60

Mechanic (Turner)

5200-20200/2400

61

Mechanic (Radiator Repairing)

5200-20200/2400

62

Mechanic (Welding)

5200-20200/2400

63

Store Keeper

5200-20200/2400

64

Staff Car Driver (Grade II)

5200-20200/2400

65

Manager (Canteen)

5200-20200/2400

66

Van Checker

5200-20200/2400

67

Laboratory Assistant

5200-20200/2000

68

Mason

5200-20200/1900

69

Plant Operator

5200-20200/1900

70

Carpenter

5200-20200/1900

71

Work Assistant

5200-20200/1900

72

Skilled Operative (Central Dairy)

5200-20200/1900

73

Skilled Operative (Quality Control Lab)

5200-20200/1900

74

Fitter (Boiler-cum-Mechanic)

5200-20200/1900

75

Fitter (Auto Mechanic)

5200-20200/1900

76

Fitter (Tyre)

5200-20200/1900

77

Fitter (Welding)

5200-20200/1900

78

Fitter (Blacksmith)

5200-20200/1900

79

Fitter (Body Building)

5200-20200/1900

80

Fitter (Auto Electrician)

5200-20200/1900

81

Fitter (Upholster)

5200-20200/1900

82

Fitter (Turner)

5200-20200/1900

83

Fitter (Mechanical)

5200-20200/1900

84

Fitter (Electrical Armature Winder)

5200-20200/1900

85

Fitter (Refrigeration)

5200-20200/1900

86

Fitter (Instrument)

5200-20200/1900

87

Fitter (Pump Operator)

5200-20200/1900

88

Fitter (Domestic Appliances)

5200-20200/1900

89

Painter

5200-20200/1900

90

Heavy Vehicle Driver

5200-20200/1900

91

Driver (Miscellaneous Duty)

5200-20200/1900

92

Staff Car Driver (Ordinary Grade)

5200-20200/1900

93

Assistant Manager (Canteen)

5200-20200/1900

94

Saleman

5200-20200/1900

95

Coupen Clerk

5200-20200/1900

96

Halwai

5200-20200/1900

97

Cook

5200-20200/1900

98

Despatch Rider

5200-20200/1900

 

 

GROUP 'D'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Name of Post

Pay  Band  + Grade Pay

 

 

 

1

2

3

 

 

 

1

Sales Attendant

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

2

Daftry

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

3

Gest. Operator

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

4

Peon

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

5

Senior Peon

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

6

Watchman

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

7

Head Watchman

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

8

Sweeper

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

9

Head Sweeper

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

10

Semi Skilled Operative

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

11

Head Mali

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

12

Store Attendant

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

13

S.S.F. (Auto Mechanic)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

14

S.S.F. (Tyre)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

15

S.S.F. (Body Building)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

16

S.S.F. (Electrician)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

17

S.S.F. (Welding)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

18

S.S.F. (Refrigeration)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

19

S.S.F. (Mechanical)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

20

S.S.F. (Auto Electrician)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

21

S.S.F. (Boiler)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

22

S.S.F. (Painting)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

23

S.S.F. (Instrument)

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

24

Laboratory Attendant

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

25

Tea Maker

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

26

Bearer

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

27

Wash Boy

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

28

Sweeper

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

29

Mali

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

30

Mate

PB-1+1800/-

 

 

 

 

 

TotaL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     Grade wise manpower position of DMS as on 1.8.2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cadre

Actual Sanctioned Strength

In position

Vacant

 

 

Group-A

25

16

9

 

 

Group-B

47

28

19

 

 

Group-C

562

348

214

 

 

Group-D

838

672

166

 

 

           Total

1472

1064

408

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wings wise manpower of DMS as on 25.05.2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Wings

Actual

Others

Presently Deputated

1

Administration

85

59

144

2

Accounts

40

7

47

3

Processing

237

0

237

4

Transport

111

75

186

5

Dairy Engineering

104

30

134

6

Distribution

63

24

87

7

QCL

16

11

27

8

Procurement

1

4

5

9

Environment

34

15

49

10

Civil Engineering

6

2

8

11

Store

17

12

29

12

Security

30

45

75

13

Time Office

4

9

13

14

Canteen

24

6

30

 

Total

772

299

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