KARNATAKA GOVERNORíS SECRETARIAT

KARNATAKA GOVERNORíS SECRETARIAT

NOTIFICATION

No.GS 87 EST 2005, Bangalore,Dated30th November 2009

 

 ††††††

 

Annexure to Notification No. GS 87 EST 2005, Bangalore, Dated: 30-11-2009

Address:- Raj Bhavan, Raj Bhavan Road, Bangalore-560 001

Post Office Box No.:-5033

Phone Nos. :- 080-22254101 to 109, 080-22256040, 080-22256997, Fax No. :-080-22258150, e-mail ID:- rbblr@vsnl.com

web site:- http://rajbhavan.kar.nic.in

 

GOVERNOR: - Chapter II†† of the†† Constitution of India††† deals†† with†† the subject-ďThe GovernorĒ.According to Article 153 of the Constitution of India, there shall be a Governor for each state.†† According to Article 154 of the Constitution of India, The Executive power of the State shall be vested in the Governor and shall be exercised by him either directly or through officers subordinate to him in accordance with the Constitution of India.According to Art. 155, the Governor of a State shall be appointed by the President by warrant under his hand and seal. As per Art. 156, the Governor shall hold office during the pleasure of the President and shall be entitled to Emoluments, Allowances and Privileges as per the Governors (Emoluments, Allowances and Privileges) Act, 1982 and the Governors (Allowances and Privileges) Rules, 1987, made there under.According to Art. 163, there shall be a Council of Ministers with the ChiefMinister as the head to aid and advise the Governor in the exercise of his functions, except in so far as he is by or under the Constitution required to exercise his functions or any of them in his discretion.Under Art. 166, all executive action of the State Government shall be expressed to be taken in the name of the Governor and also that all orders and other instruments made and executed in the name of the Governor shall be authenticated in such manner as may be specified in the rules to be made by the Governor, and the validity of an order or instrument which is so authenticated shall not be called in question on the ground that it is not an order or instrument made or executed by the Governor.In exercise of the powers conferred under Art. 166 of the Constitution of India, the rules called- (1) the Karnataka Government (Transaction of Business) Rules, 1977 and (2) the Karnataka Government (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1977 have been issued. According to rule 19 of the Karnataka Government (Transaction of Business) rules 1977, orders and instruments made or executed by or on behalf of Governor shall be expressed to be made or executed in the name of the Governor of Karnataka shall be authenticated by a Principal Secretary to Government /Secretary to Government/ Special/Additional/Joint/ Deputy/Under Secretary to Government/Desk Officer or by such other officer as may be specially empowered in that behalf by the Governor in the manner specified. Governor being the Constitutional Head of the State, has also powers and functions relating to the Legislature and Judiciary also.

 

†††††††Under the Right to Information Act 2005, Governorís Secretariat being a public office gives the following information..

 

POWERS AND FUNCTIONS  OF GOVERNOR:-

 

(1)Under Art.161 the Governor of a State shall have the power to grant pardons,reprieves, respites,or remissions of punishment or to suspend remit cormmute the sentence of any person convicted of any offence against any law relating to a matter to which the executive power of the State extends.

(2) Under Art. 164, the Chief Minister shall be appointed by the Governor and the other Ministers shall be appointed by the Governor on the advice ofthe Chief Minister, and the Minister shall hold office during the pleasure of theGovernor.

(3)Under Art. 165,the Governor shall appoint a person who is qualified to be appointed a Judge of††† a High Court to be Advocate- General for the State.

(4)Nomination of persons having special knowledge or practical experience in the field of Literature,Science, Art,Co-operative Movement and Social Service,to the Legislative Council in accordance with the provisions of Art. 171(3)(e) of the Constitution.

(5)Summon from time to time the House or each House of the Legislature of the State to meet at such time and place as deem fit as per Art.174(1) of the Constitution.Also Prorogue the House or either House or dissolve the Legislative Assembly as per Art. 174(2) of the Constitution of India.

(6)As per the provisions of Art.175 of the Constitution of India address the Legislative Assembly or both the Houses of Legislature and may for that purpose require attendance of Members. Also send messages to the House/Houses of Legislature whether with respect to a Bill then pending in the Legislature or otherwise, and a House to which any message is so sent shall with all convenient dispatch consider any matter required by the message to be taken into consideration.

(7)Addressthe Joint Session at the commencement of the first session after each general election to the Legislative Assembly and at the commencement of the first session of each year as per Art. 176 of the Constitution of India.††††††††

††††††† (8) Consideration of the Bills passed by both Houses of the Legislature, for assent as per Art. 200.

††††††† (9) Ensuring presentation ofthe Statement of estimated receipts and expenditure of the State for††††† every financial year (Annual Financial Statement)

†††††††††† in both theHouses of Legislature as per Article202 of the Constitution.

†††††† (10) Ensuring presentation of Statement showing the estimated additional amount ofexpenditure of the State if any, before the Legislative Assembly as per†††† Art. 205 of theConstitution.

†††††† (11)Promulgation of Ordinance when the State Legislature is not in Session to meet the excegencies††† of administration.

†††††† (12)Appointments of persons to be, and the posting and promotion of, District Judgesin consultation with the High Court of Karnataka as contemplated in††††† Art. 233 of the Constitution of India.

†††††† (13) Appointments of persons other than a District Judges to the Judicial Service in accordance with rules made in this behalf and in consultation with High†††††††††††††† courtas per the provisions of Art. 234 of the Constitution.

†††††† (14) Appointment of Chairman and Members of Karnataka Public Service Commission as per Art. 316 of the Constitution.

†††††† (15)Sending periodical reports to the Government of India about the Affairs of the State.

†††††† (16)Considering and disposal of the appeals under rule 18 of KCS (CCA) Rules í1957 submitted by Government Servants.

†††††† (17)Protocol concerning the visiting Heads of State,Foreign Diplomats/Emissaries and Constitutional Authorities like the President and the Prime Minister of†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† India.

†††††† (18).Administering oath of office and secrecy to the constitutional and statutory authorities like the Chief Justice and Judges of the High Court of Karnataka, StateElection Commissioner, Karnataka Lokayukta / Upa-Lokayukta, Chairman, KERC etc.

†††††† (19) Presides over Government and Non-Governmental functions in the State, as the Constitutional heads of the State.

†††††† (20)Governor is also Chancellor of the Universities in the State and presides in the Convocation functions of the Universities.Also discharges duties and functions†† attached to the Chancellor of the Universities under the relevant statutes of the Universities like appointment of Vice Chancellors and determining their terms and conditions of appointment; appointment of other statutory authorities of the University Nomination of Members to the syndicate under different categories, Giving assent to the Statutes, Regulations and ordinances proposed by the Universities, Nomination of Members on the Board of appointment of teaching and non-teaching staff, consideration and approval of Inter-University transfer of employees and appointment of University Review Commission.

††††† (21) As the Governor Constitutional Head of the State, Citizens make representations / submit memorandum and petitions for consideration and favorable orders/directions to the concerned authorities; and the same will be carefully considered and disposed.

.

THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES:-

 

 ††††††††††† According to Rule 5 of the Governors (Allowances and Privileges) Rules, 1987 issued by the Government of India underSection 13 of the Governors (Emoluments, Allowances and Privileges ) Act, 1982, in addition to the Household establishment as per rule 4 of the said rules,  the Governor shall be entitled to a separate Secretarial Staff which shall be provided by the concerned State Government. Accordingly, the State Government has issued the Karnataka Governorís Secretariat Services (Recruitment) Rules 1995 vide Notification No. DPAR 03SDE95 dated 5th November 1995 sanctioning staff to boththe Household Establishment and the Governorís Secretariat. The staffsanctionedas at presentis as follows:-

 

Sl .No.

Designation of the post

No. of posts

††††

1.†††††††††

Secretary to Governor

IAS Super Time Scale.

1

2.

Private Secretary to Governor

1

3.

Deputy Secretary to Governor

(Rs.20,025-28,275)

 

1

4.

ADC  to Governor

(Rs.20,025-28,275)

2

5.

Under Secretary to Governor

(Rs.14,050-25,050)

2

6.

 Officer on Special Duty to Governor.

(Scale less Post)

(Presently the post of P.R.O is re-designated as O.S.D)

1

7.

Surgeon to Governor

(Rs.14,050-25,050)

1

8.

Section Officers

(Rs.11,400-21,600)

4

 

9.

Personal Assistant to Governor

(Rs.11,400-21,600)

2

10.

Manager, Governorís Household 

(Rs.11,400-21,600)

1

11.

Senior Assistant/Cashier/Accountant

(Rs.10,000-18,150)

4

12

Senior Steward

(Rs.10,000-18,150)

1

13

Staff Nurse

(Rs. 8,825-16,000)

1

14

Assistant

(Rs. 8000-14,800)

8

15

Stenographer

(Rs. 8000-14,800)

6

16

Steward

(Rs. 7275-13,350)

1

 

17

Library Assistant

(Rs.5,800-10,500)

1

18

Senior Driver

(Rs. 7275-13,350)

1

19

Compounder / Pharmacist

(Rs.6,250-12,000)

1

20

Junior Assistant

(Rs. 5,800-10,500)

8

 

21

Driver

(Rs. 5,800-10,500)

7

22

Driver-cum-Motor Cyclist

(Rs. 5,800-10,500)

1

23

Head Cook

(Rs. 5,800-10,500)

1

24

Head Butler

(Rs. 5,800-10,500)

1

25

Typist

(Rs. 5,800-10,500)

3

26

Hindi Typist

(Rs. 5,800-10,500)

1

27

Telephone Operator

(Rs. 5,800-10,500)

4

28

Head Sweeper

(Rs. 5,500-9,500)

1

29

Jamedar

(Rs. 5,200-8,200)

7

30

Personal Attendant to Governor

(Rs. 5,200-8,200)Attendant Grade -II

1

31

Cook

(Rs. 5,200-8,200)

4

32

Butler

(Rs. 5,200-8,200)

6

33

Carpenter

(Rs. 5,200-8,200)

1

34

Painter-cum Polisher

(Rs. 5,200-8,200)

1

35

Dayalat

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

19

36

Bearers

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

9

37

Masalchi

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

5

38

Khalasis

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

8

39

Dhobi

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

7

40

Sweeper

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

17

41

Ayah

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

1

42

Cleaner

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

2

43.

Female Nursing Orderly

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

1

44

Male Nursing Orderly

(Rs. 4,800-7,275)

1

 

THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES;:-

 

1. Secretary to Governor:- Secretary to Governor is the Head of the Governorís Secretariat and is responsible for over all administration, superintendence and control of Governorís Secretariat for proper maintenance and up-keeping of Raj Bhavan and its premises coordinating all the activities and functions at Raj Bhavan.†† Also, Governorís Secretary assists H.E the Governor in the proper discharge of all his Constitutional and other statutory duties and†† obligations. Ensuresproperprotocol to the H.E. the Governor and the visiting dignitaries.

 

2. Deputy Secretary to Governor:- Assists H.E. the Governor and the Governorís Secretary in the proper discharge of their duties and obligations. Also decides issues as per delegation of powers both administrative and financial.

 

3. Private Secretary to Governor:-Looks after the personal correspondences of Governor, manages personal effects of Governor and assists Governor in day to day functions.

 

4. Officer on SpecialDuty to Governor:-Assists H.E. the Governor in the day to day activities.

 

5)ADCs to Governor:- Accompanyingand assisting H.E the Governor in the day to day appointments / engagements and tour programmesand providing immediate necessary Assistance as and when required. receives Memorandum in the absence of H.E. the Governor and also receives VVIPS and other dignitaries who visit Raj Bhavan. ADC (Police) also looksafter the matters relating to maintenance and running of Raj Bhavan vehicles

 

6) Personal Assistant to Governor : There are two Personal  Assistants to Governor assisting H.E. the Governor in the day to day activities. For the present one post of P A. to Governor has been redesignated as Special Officer to Governor to look afterfinalizing H.E. the Governorís Speeches,greetings,messages in Eniglish and Kannada relating to various functions and occasions,scrutinizing the Joint Session address of H.E., co-ordinating liaising with Doordarshan, All India Radio and Print Media for recording of H.E.ís Messages on special occasions and coverage of programmes

 

7) Under Secretaries to Governor:- There are two Under Secretaries to Governor. viz., Under Secretary to Governor (Administration) and Under Secretary to Governor (House Hold) looks after House Hold matters of H.E.the Governor and also assistsSecretary to Governor in the maintenance and up keeping of  Raj Bhavan and its premises apart from looking after protocol duties of Governorís Secretariat, supervision of Telephones and Computer units .Under Secretary to Governor (Administration )looks after all the administration matters and the University matters and assists Secretary to Governor in all such matters.

 

†††† 8) Section Officers:- There are four Section Officers each heading the sections of (a) Administration (b) University (c) House Hold and (d) Accounts.

††††They deal with respective matters and assist Raj Bhavan administration in respect of those matters.

 

     9) Manager (House Hold):-†† Controls and supervises  the House Hold Staff and their functions and duties,assists Raj Bhavan   administration in the matters††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† of House Keeping, up keeping and maintenance of Raj Bhavan and its premises making arrangements for functions to be held in Raj Bhavan.

 

     10)Surgeon to Governor:-  Takes care of the personal health of H.E. the Governor and his family.

 

THE PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS, INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY;-

 

(1) Constitutionaland Statutory Matters:- Governor being the Constitutional Head of the State, acts on the aid and advice of the Council of Ministers.Having regard to the provisions of the Karnataka Government(Transaction of Business) Rules 1977 and theKarnataka Government (Allocation of Business) Rules 1977, the matter will be processed in the concerned department of the Karnataka Government Secretariat and with the approval of the Cabinet or the Minister in charge of the portfolio. The proposal would be submitted to H.E. theGovernorby the concernedPrincipal Secretary / Secretary to Government following the procedures laid down in the Karnataka Government Secretariat Manual of Office procedure. When the concerned Government file is received in the Governorís Secretariat, the matter will be examined in the Administration Section except in respect of University matters which will be processed / examined in the University Section. After ensuring the correctness and completeness of the proposal submitted for approval of H.E. the Governor, the file will be submitted to H.E. the Governor by the Secretary to Governor for approval.The same procedure also applies to theconsideration of the appeals by Government Servantsunderrule 18 of KCS (CCA) Rules 1957 also.

 

(2) Petitions:-Onthe petitions received in person or through post, if it is considered necessary and desirable for furtherpursuing the matter; a report would be called for from the concerned authorities and if it is considerd necessary to issue directions to the concerned authorities, appropriate directions would be issued for consideration of the request of thepetitionerin the light of the provisions of law and for takingappropriate decision early under intimation to the petitioner.Copies of such directions issued would also be sent to the petitioner for information.

 

 

THE NORMS SET FOR THE DISCHARGE OF THE FUNCTIONS;-

 

The procedure laid down in the Karnataka Government Secretariat Manual of Office Procedure will be followed .

 

THE RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS, HELD BY ITS CONTROL OR USED BY EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING THE FUNCTIONS;-.

 

 

1.      The Constitution of India.

2.      The Karnataka Government (Transaction of Business) Rules 1977

3.      The Karnataka Government (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1977

4.      The Karnataka Government Secretariat Manual of Office Procedure.

5.      Rules framed by the State Government to govern the service conditions of the employees of the State Government.

6.      Acts and the Rules framed under the relevant Acts to govern the service conditions of statutory authorities coming under the purview of H.E. the Governor.

7.      The Governors (Emoluments, Allowances and Privileges) Act, 1982 and the Governors (Allowances and privileges) Rules 1987

8.      The Karnataka Governorís Secretariat Services (Recruitment) Rules 1995 governing the cadre management of the Staff sanctioned to the Governorís Secretariat.

9.      KarnatakaState Universities Act,2000

10.  Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Act, 1994

11.  University of Agricultural Sciences Act, 1963

12.  Kannada University Act, 1991

13.  Karnataka State Open University Act, 1992

14.  VisweswarayaTechnological University Act, 1994,

15.  Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Science University Act, 2004

  

STATEMENT OF THE CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL;

 

H.E. the Governor being the Constitutional Authority and Approval Authority in respect of Statutes, Regulations and Ordinances framed by the respective universities, such information in respect of approval accorded by H.E. the Governor would be available in Governmentin the concerned Secretariat Department and the concerned University that made the proposal for approval of the Governor and operate the same in their day to day administration.

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:-

 

Not applicable.

 

A STATEMENT OF THE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES 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 FOR PUBLIC:-

 

Not applicable.

 

 

A DIRECTORY OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEESTHE MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES,INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN ITS REGULATIONS:-

 

As per details given below. (As on 31.8.2010)

 

 

GOVERNOR'SSECRETARIAT (OFFICERS)

 

Sl.No.

POST

Held By Shri/Smt.

`

Name of the Department

1

Principal Secretary to Governor

G.V.Krishna Rau

100,143.00

State Governament

2

Private Secretaryto Governor

M.P.Tiwari

26,270.00

Contract Employee

3

Deputy Secretary to Governor

Vacant

 

 

4

O S D to Governor

Vijay Kumar

30,000.00

Contract Employee

5

Under Secretary to Governor

V.S. Jere

27,324.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

6

P.S to PrincipalSecretary

Iswar Moolya

28,388.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

7

Section Officer

Siddiq pasha

27,284.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

8

Section Officer

Prathibha D.Habbu

25,657.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

9

Section Officer

S. Balavendran

23,186.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

10

P.A to Governor

Anantha Krishna

††††† ---------†††††

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOVERNOR'SSECRETARIAT (STAFF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

Sr.Assistant†††

Uma devi

19,748.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

12

Sr. Assistant

M. Sumithra

16,403.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

13

Sr. Assistant

S.K.Venkatesh

15,830.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

14

Assistant

H.M.Yashodha

15,588.00

KHDC

15

Assistant

G.S Ramakrishna

26,348.00

Co-Operative Audit Dept.

16

Stenographer

Vacant

†††††† ------††

 

17

Stenographer

Jyothi

15,885.00

Health & Family Welfare

18

Jr. Assistant

Felicita Royan

15,707.00

Revenue

19

Jr. Assistant

Gangappa Hangal

10,418.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

20

Jr. Assistant

B. Rangaswamy

10,455.00

Raj Bhavan

21

Jr. Assistant

K. Rangaswamy

11,965.00

Raj Bhavan

22

Jr. Assistant

Vacant

-------

 

23

Library Asst.

N. Usha

18,272.00

Library Dept.

24

Senior Typist

N. Venkatesh

18,928.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

25

Typist

L.G. Keshava Murthy

15,872.00

Agricultural Dept.

26

Typist                

 M.L Indira 

18,967.00

Keonics

27

Telephone Operator

D. Ashwathaiah

14,377.00

Raj Bhavan

28

Telephone Operator

R. Kalavathi

14,377.00

Raj Bhavan

29

Telephone Operator

D. Srinivasan

7,500.00

Contract

30

Telephone Operator

Umesh Vasista

6,340.00

Contract

31

Motor Cyclist

R. Harisha

8,904.00

Raj Bhavan

32

Jamedar

T. Narayana

11,960.00

Raj Bhavan

33

Jamedar

B.A. Shukreshwara

9,708.00

Raj Bhavan

34

Jamedar

M.S. Govindegowda

11, 780.00

Raj Bhavan

35

Jamedar

Vacant

----------

Raj Bhavan

36

Jamedar

Hanumantha

10,174.00

Raj Bhavan

37

Dalayath

R Lakshminararyan

8,144.00

Raj Bhavan

38

 Dalayath

K.T. Chandra Shekar

7,148.00

Raj Bhavan

39

Dalayath

C. Mahadeva

11,462.00

Raj Bhavan

40

Personal Attendant to Governor

Astami mandal

6,617.00

Contract

41

 Dalayath

R.R Mallikarjuna

7,148.00

Raj Bhavan

42

 Dalayath

B. Roopa

8,188.00

Raj Bhavan

43

 Dalayath

T. Raghuram

12,571.00

Co-Operative Audit Dept.

44

 Dalayath

 Deva Rao .Y.L.

10,632.00

Social welfare

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOVERNOR'S  HOUSEHOLD (OFFICERS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

45

Under Secretary to Governor(HH)

      M.P.Govindraj

38,714.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

46

A.D.C to Governor (Navy)

Lt. Navin Jacob

67,487.00

Indain Navy

47

A.D.C to Governor (Police)

K C V Mane

36,543.00

Police Dept.

48

Manager

A S Badiger

19,000.00

Contract

49

Section Officer

Arun Kumar

22,667.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOVERNOR'S  HOUSEHOLD (STAFF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

50

Stenographer

Arathi.G Purohit

17,515.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

51

Sr. Assistant

S.A. Fayaz Ahmed

19,883.00

State Accounts

52

Stenographer 

M.A. Mahalaxmi

17,540.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

53

Assistant

K.S.Chandramouli

20,817.00

Information Dept.

54

Assistant

P.M. Krishna

16,114.00

Raj Bhavan

55

Assistant

R. Prakash

14,586.00

Raj Bhavan

56

Assistant

S Shivkumar

15,607.00

Co-operative Audit

57

Assistant

Vacant

-------

 

58

Assistant

Kalal Parasappa Yellappa

13,682.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

59

 Assistant (Jr. Assistant post is  Up graded)

B. Nagaraja

12,651.00

Karnataka Govt. Secretariat

60

Jr. Assistant 

D Renuka

17,539.00

Revenue

61

Jr. Assistant

K.T. Venkateshaiah

12,315.00

Raj Bhavan

62

Sr. Steward

M. Jayaram

17,355.00

Raj Bhavan

63

Hindi Typist

Awadeshlal Srivastava

10,230.00

Raj Bhavan

64

Head Driver

D.L. Doddegowda

16,279.00

Raj Bhavan

65

Driver

G. Anbalagan

13,865.00

Raj Bhavan

66

Driver

V. Narasimhaiah

13,533.00

Raj Bhavan

67

Driver

R. Jairaj

13,421.00

Raj Bhavan

68

Driver

Ravi Kumar S Kale

8,571.00

Raj Bhavan

69

Driver

B.P. Poornesh

8,055.00

Raj Bhavan

70

Driver

K. Thyagaraj

9,255.00

Raj Bhavan

71

Driver

Prakash

10,134.00

Raj Bhavan

72

Bearer

M. Jagannatha

8,524.00

Raj Bhavan

73

Bearer

D. Dasappa

7,838.00

Raj Bhavan

74

Bearer

Bhim Singh Bist

6,798.00

Raj Bhavan

75

Bearer

Chinnamma

7,399.00

Raj Bhavan

76

Bearer

Harish

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

77

Bearer

Bharathi

8,029.00

Raj Bhavan

78

Head Butler

R. Shanmugam

13,006.00

Raj Bhavan

79

Butler

Nagappa

14,563.00

Raj Bhavan

80

Butler

M. Gangaraju

11,462.00

Raj Bhavan

81

Butler

K. Nadamani

13,182.00

Raj Bhavan

82

Butler

Shivaraj

11,462.00

Raj Bhavan

83

Butler

R.Govindaraj

13,875.00

Raj Bhavan

84

Butler

Eraiah

13,525.00

Raj Bhavan

85

Head Cook

C.S. Devendran

10,790 .00

Raj Bhavan

86

Cook

K. Krishnan

9,073.00

Raj Bhavan

87

Cook

Lalithamma

11,462.00

Raj Bhavan

88

Cook

R.V. Yogaraj

7,329.00

Raj Bhavan

89

Cook

K. Raghavan

8,358.00

Raj Bhavan

90

Sweeper

G. Balaraju

8,723.00

Raj Bhavan

91

Sweeper

T. Kondaiah

7,064.00

Raj Bhavan

92

Sweeper

T. Ramesh

7,064.00

Raj Bhavan

93

Sweeper

B.M. Ravichandra

8,144.00

Raj Bhavan

94

Sweeper

K.P. Ravindra

7,114.00

Raj Bhavan

95

Sweeper

N. Venkatesh

8,144.00

Raj Bhavan

96

Sweeper

R. Meena

8,026.00

Raj Bhavan

97

Sweeper

Abdul Waheed Khan

7,064.00

Raj Bhavan

98

Sweeper

Ragamma

10,740.00

Raj Bhavan

99

Sweeper

H. Nagaraju

8,494.00

Raj Bhavan

100

Sweeper

N. Srinivasa

7,114.00

Raj Bhavan

101

Sweeper

J. Yashodamma

6,798.00

Raj Bhavan

102

Sweeper

K.G. Raju

8,188.00

Raj Bhavan

103

Sweeper

M. Lakshmana

7,533.00

Raj Bhavan

104

Khalasi

D.E. Kumar

9,251.00

Raj Bhavan

105

Khalasi

Kiran Bist

7,148.00

Raj Bhavan

106

Khalasi

Mohan Rao

8,188.00

Raj Bhavan

107

Khalasi

R Gowramma

6,798.00

Raj Bhavan

108

Khalasi

P.Raju

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

109

Khalasi

P.N. Rajesh

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

110

Khalasi

R.Shanthakumar

8,029.00

Raj Bhavan

111

Khalasi

M.Rekha

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

112

Dhobi

Venkatachala

8,723.00

Raj Bhavan

113

Dhobi

C. Prakash

8,574.00

Raj Bhavan

114

Bearer

Chala Venkatesha

7,533.00

Raj Bhavan

115

Bearer

M. Chandrashekara Murthy

7,533.00

Raj Bhavan

116

Bearer

R. Dhanaraj

6,883.00

Raj Bhavan

117

Dhobi

Mylarappa

10,135.00

Raj Bhavan

118

Dhobi

Sreeramareddy

8,188.00

Raj Bhavan

119

Dhobi

J.RajKumar

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

120

Dhobi

C.UmaeshKumar

8,029.00

Raj Bhavan

121

Dhobi

K. M. Nagendra Prasad

8,238.00

Raj Bhavan

122

Masalchi

K. Lakshamamma

7,595.00

Raj Bhavan

123

Masalchi

R. Manju

8,997.00

Raj Bhavan

124

Masalchi

N. Kumar

12,010.00

Raj Bhavan

125

Masalchi

P.N. Narasimhamurthy

10,174.00

Raj Bhavan

126

Masalchi

Ramachandra

6,883.00

Raj Bhavan

127

Cleaner

Kalaiah

10,135.00

Raj Bhavan

128

Sweeper

G T Ramachandra

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

129

Sweeper

Rekha

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

130

Sweeper

Rajaranjani

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

131

Sweeper

Uma .N.

8,029.00

Raj Bhavan

132

Sweeper

Dhanraj .M

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

133

Cleaner

R.J.Basalalingappa

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

134

Carpenter

M.Dhanaraj

8,379.00

Raj Bhavan

135

Painter Cum Polisher

P.Malleshaiah

8,029.00

Raj Bhavan

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOVERNOR'S Contract Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

136

Consultant (IT)

T.yangaiah

10,000.00

Contract

137

Sweeper

R Rajendra

7,500.00

Contract

138

Sweeper

Sudha

7,500.00

Contract

139

Sweeper

Madan Singh

7,500.00

Contract

140

Cleaner

Vishakanta Murthy .YSK

7,500.00

Contract

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURE AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENTS MADE:-

Governorís Secretariat has no budgetary allocation under plan head.Budgetary allocation onlyunder non-plan to meet salary component and office expenses.Budgetary allocations under various heads are as follows:-

 

†††††††††††††††† KARNATAKA 

 GOVERNOR'S SECRETARIAT

 BANGALORE

†††††††††††††††††††††† BUDGET 

 ALLOTMENT     FOR

 2009-10

 

 

 

Head of Account

Particulars

Budget

 

 

Allotment 2009-10

 

Governor's Secretariat

 

2012-03-090-0-00

Salaries

1,25,62,000

 

 

 

041

Travel Expenses

6,00,000

 

 

 

051

General Expenses

12,00,000

 

 

052

Telephone Charges

11,00,000

 

 

 

0195

Transport Expenses

12,00,000

 

 

 

2012-03-101-0-00

Governor's Emoluments

12,00,000

 

 

 

2012-03-102-0-00

DiscretionaryGrants

14,56,000

 

 

 

 

Household Establishment

 

2012-03-103-0-01

Salaries

1,43,34,000

 

 

 

041

Travel Expenses

4,50,000

 

 

051

General Expenses(HH)

5,00,000

 

 

 

2012-03-103-0-02

R.F.O.R

3,00,000

 

 

 

2012-03-103--0-03

M.R.O.R.

††††††††††††† 3,00,000

 

 

 

2012-03-103-0-04

Gardens

7,50,000

 

 

 

2012-03-103-0-06

Entertainment Allowances

1,00,000

 

 

2012-03-104-0-00

Sumptuary Allowances

4,00,000

 

 

 

 

Medical Facilities

2012-03-105-0-00

Salaries

15,32,000

 

 

 

041

Travel Expenses

26000

 

 

 

051

General Expenses

3,41,000

 

 

 

021 

 †††††† Reimbursement of Medical†††††††††††††††††† Expenses

††††††††††††††  1,00,000

2012-03-107-0-01

Contract Allowances

2518000

 

 

2012-03-108-0-01

H.E's Tour Expenses

20,00,000

 

 

2012-03-800-0-00

Other Expenditures

 

051

Other charges

68000

 

 

 

TOTAL

4,30,37,000

 

 

THE MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES, INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND THE DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES:-

 

 

Not applicable.

 

PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORISATIONS GRANTED:-

 

Not applicable.

 

DETAILS IN RESPECT OF INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY IT REDUCED IN AN ELECTRONIC FORM:

  

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.

 

No such provision.††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS:-

 

(A)Public Information officer:†††††††††† Under Secretary to Governor (Administration)

(B)†† First Appellate Authority:††††††††††† Secretary to Governor.

 

ANY OTHER USEFUL SOURCE OF INFORMATION:-

 

Web site and e-mail address of Universities.

Sl.No.

University

Web Address

e-mail address.

1

Bangalore University, Bangalore.

http://www.bub.ernet.in

 

vcbu@vsnl.com

 

2

University of Mysore, Mysore.

http://www.uni-mysore.ac.in

vc@uni-mysore.ac.in

3

Karnatak University

Dharwad.

www.kud.ernet.in

 

vice_chancellor_kud@yahoo.co.in

 

4

Kuvempu University

Shankaraghatta, Shimoga.

Kuvempu University

Director Distance Education

www.kuvempu.ac.in

 

 

www.kuvempuunidde.org

 

vc@kuvempu.ac.in

 

 

5

Mangalore University, Mangalore

www.mangaloreuniversity.ac.in

 

 

vc@mangaloreuniversit.ac.in

6

Gulbarga University

Gulbarga.

www.gulbargauniversity.nic.org

 

vcgug@rediffmail.com

 

7

Visveswaraiah Technological University,Belgaum

www.vtu.ac.in

 

vc@vtu.ac.in

registrar@vtu.ac.in

8

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore

www.rguhs.ac.in

 

 

drpsp@rguhs.ac.in

9

Kannada University

Hampi, Bellary.

www.kannadauniversity.org

 

 mail@kannadauniversity.org

vc@kannadauniversity.org

10

University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore

http:\\uasbangalore.edu.in

 

vcuasbangalore_2007@rediffmail.com

11

University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad

www.uasd.edu

 

vc_uasd@rediffmail

jhkulkarni@yahoo.co.in

12

Karnataka State Open University, Mysore

www.ksoumysore.com

 

 vcksou@sancharnet.in

 

13

Karnataka State Women University, Bijapur

www.womenuniversity.kar.nic.in

 

wu_bij@mail.kar.nic.in

 

 

14

Karnataka Veterinary, Animal & Fisheries Sciences University ,Bidar.

 

 www.kvafsu.kar.nic.in

 

 vckvafsu@yahoo.co.in

 

15

Tumkur University, Tumkur.

 Under construction

vc_tumkuruniversity@yahoo.co.in

tumuniv@yahoo.com

 

 

 

16

The Karnataka Law University,

Nava nagar

Hubli

 

drsspatil@yahoo.com

 

17

D.V.Gangubai Hanagal

Sangeetha Mathu Pradarshana Kalegalu University,

Vijay nagar,

Mysore

 

 

18

University of Agricultural Sciences, Raichur.

 

souabrog@rediffmail.com

bvp2001@rediffmail.com

 

19

The University of Horticultural Science,

Bagalkot

 

registrar_uhsb@rediffmail.com

 

 

20

The Vedic and Sanskrit University,

Bangalore

 

mallipuram@yahoo.com

Karnatakasanskrituniversity@gmail.com

 

 

21

The DavangereUniversity ,

Davangere

 

VC e-mail

indu.ecom@yahoo.co.in

 

 

 

For further browsing/information visit following Union Government and Karnataka State Government web sites:

 

1.      www.nic.in

2.      www.kar.nic.in