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(I) Particulars of the Organization, functions and duties :
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
Mumbai Mint is one of the oldest mints of India. Present Mumbai mint was constructed between the years 1824 and 1829 by Capt. John Hawkins of Bombay Engineers. Initially Mumbai Mint was under the administrative control of government of Bombay. In 1876, Mumbai mint was transferred to the Government of India by finance Department Resolution NO 247,dated 18.05.1876.

In the year 2006, Government of India took a decision to Corporatize all the Mints & Presses working under the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Accordingly 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. Thus India Government Mint, Mumbai erstwhile a Government Industrial Department under Ministry of Finance is now a unit of SPMCIL.

Our Functions:

Coining:

The main activity of Mumbai Mint is manufacturing of coins. Two types of coins are manufactured in Mumbai Mint.
1. Circulation Coins of various denominations.
2. Commemorative Coins : These are basically issued in two forms - Proof variety and uncirculated variety. The proof coins are of highest quality with frost finish, whereas uncirculated coins are of very good quality with mirror finish .
Medals:
Medal department manufactures Medals for various departments of Government of India as well as non-Government organizations, Universities, Educational Institutions, Societies, Temple Trusts like Tirupati Devasthanams Shirdi, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board , Siddhi Vinayak Temple Trust etc.


Weights & Measures :

Mumbai Mint supplies Reference, Secondary and Working Standard sets of Weights and Measures to all state governments of India.

Gold Processing and refining :

Mumbai Mint is engaged in melting, refining and preparation of gold alloys of different purity as per requirement of customers. We have state -of –the- art facility to process gold up to a fineness of 995.0 which is now upgraded for achieving fineness up to 999.9 by Electrolytic process.
Mumbai Mint produces Gold Bars of standard fineness and purity in 10g, 50g, 100g, 500g & 1000g bars. This product has great brand value and is much sought after by one and all. The bars are also known as Mumbai Mint Standard bars in the market.
     
(II) POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
DUTIES OF OFFICERS
S No. Name Designation Work Profile
1 Shri Ajai Kumar Srivastav General Manager Head of Unit
2 Shri V. Balaji Manger (P&A)/Head of Office/P.I.O. Overall in-charge of Admn.HR/IR/ Fund/Pension Section
3 Shri A.S. Nainegali Manager (Technical) Overall in-charge of production, Gold Melting, Die, Medal, Weights and Measures Deptt., Environment and Safety matters
4 Shri S.C. Minz Works Manager/C.P.S.O. All production deptts., Stores
5 Shri U.K. Biswas Works Manager Looks after all departments connected with Coinage Activities
6 Shri M.K. Rao Works Manager Looks after all departments connected with Coinage Activities
7 Dr.(Mrs) PunamChaturvedi Asstt. Director (O.L.) and A.P.I.O. All Official Language related work
8 Shri Ashesh Avinashi, Assistant Manager (HR) All H.R, welfare, Estate works
9 Smt. Seema Rani Assistant Manager (F&A)& Head of Finance In-charge of Finance Department
10 Shri P.M. Sanaye Asstt. Manager (Technical) Looks after all departments connected with Coinage Activities.
11 Shri M.A. Chavan Asstt. Manager (Technical) Looks after Production & Maintenance
12 Shri Shekhar kumar Meena Asstt. Manager (Technical) Looks after Production & Maintenance
13 Shri Rahul Adhikari Asstt. Manager( IT) SAP and IT activities in the Unit
14 Shri Abhishek Kumar Singh Officer (F&A) Drawing & Disbursing Officer, finance and Acctt. matters
15 Smt. S.S. Majumdar Administrative Officer (P&S) Looking after Purchase matters
16 Shri Pankajnabha A. Chachadi Officer (Marketing) Looking after Marketing
17 ShriAbhishekUdawat Officer (Materials) Looking after stores, warehousing and Inventories
18 Smt. Sharda Madangopal Sr.P.A. to General Manager Providing secretarial assistance to GM
19 Shri A.B. Bhojne Security Officer All matter related to Security, House Keeping, Guest House, Time Office
20 Shri H.L. Deshpande Bullion Officer Looking after Bullion Department
21 Shri M.K. Shinde Assay Superintendent Assay Deptt.
     
(III) PROCEDURES FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS, INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
     
(IV) THE NORMS SET FOR DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
India Government Mumbai follows various procedures and guidelines for its smooth operations received from SPMCIL & various Departments of India Government . Some of them are as under:
1. Manuals issued by Company:
2. Guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises
3. Guidelines of Chief Vigilance Commission
4. Compliance of provisions of Statutes, etc.
5. Guidelines received from administrative ministry /DOPT from time to time and as applicable in respect of Govt. optees.
     
(V-VI) THE RULES, REGULATIONS , MANUALS & THE CATOGORIES OF DOCUMENTS
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
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
Handbook on Vigilance Matters
Accounts Manual
Internal Audit Manual
Procurement Manual

HR Related Matters
• Recruitment Policy
• Performance Management System
• Promotion policy of Executives (To be notified)
• Promotion Policy of Non-Executives (Under consultation)
• Rotational Transfer Guidelines
• Training and Development
• Succession Plan

Compensation and Benefits

• Pay-Scales
• Dearness Allowance
• House Rent Allowance
• Night Duty Allowance
• Special Allowance
• Overtime Payment
• Incentive Scheme
• Performance Related Pay

Perks and Facilities
• Cafeteria Plan
• Transport Allowance
• Children Education Allowance
• Leave Travel Concession
• Telephone Policy-2010
• SPMCIL TA/DA Rules-2010
• SPMCIL Leave Rules – 2012
• House Allotment Rules – 2013 (To be notified)
Loans and Advances
• House Building Advance
• Motor Vehicle Advance
• Computer Advance
• Festival Advance
Industrial Relations
• SPMCIL Apex Level Bipartite Forum
• Unit Specific Consultation
• Grievance Redressal Mechanism
• Interaction with SC/ST Employees
• Participative Management
(i) Works Committee
(ii) Quality circles
Conduct and Discipline

General Provision of Discipline
SPMCIL Conduct, Discipline and Appeal Rules – 2010

Statutory Compliance
Coinage Act
Weights and Measurement Act
Contract Labour Act
Factory Act
Industrial Disputes Act
Employees Compensation Act
ESI Act
Official Language Act
RTI Act
Social Security

• SPMCIL Trusts
(i) EPF Trust, 1952
(ii) GPF Trust, 1925
(iii) Pension Trust Under 37A
.
• LIC Insurance Coverage
• Pension Under EPS Scheme 1995
• Payment of Gratuity
• SPMCIL Employees Benevolent Fund (To be notified)

Welfare Measures

• SPMCIL Medical Policy-2012
• Scheme for payment of Lumpsum Compensation in lieu of Compassionate Appointment
• SPMCIL Compassionate Appointment Scheme – 2012
• SPMCIL Employees Suggestion Scheme – 2012
• Small Family Norms
• Scheme for Acquiring Higher Education

Connecting With Employees

• Mentoring and Coaching
• Sporting Events
• Cultural Programmes
• Annual Day Celebrations

HR Bench Marking Project

• PRAGYAN (Pratibha + Gyan)
     
(XI) THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY,INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENTS MADE
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
Not applicable
     
(VII) THE PARTICULARS OF ANY ARRANGEMENT THAT EXISTS FOR CONSULTATION WITH , OR REPRESENTATION BY, THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
Not Applicable For Unit
     
(VIII) A STATEMENT ON 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 MEETINGS OF THOSE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, OR THE MINUTES OF SUCH MEETINGS ARE ACCESSIBLE TO THE PUBLIC
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
Not Applicable For Unit
     
(IX) DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
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