Vigilance in SCCL

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2. The great Chanakya's commentson corruption among employees. CHANAKYA(150 AD). 3. We have higher income, but less morals. We have more knowledge, but less judgement. We have multiplied our possessions,but reduced our values.. We have conquered the outer space, but not our inner space.. .

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5. 5 VIGILANCE MEANS Vigilance means alertness Alertness prevents corruption corruption / nepotism / etc., are certain important ailments plaguing an industry / company. Vigilance can play an important role in preventing the above. Vigilance is one of the important tools in the hands of the Management to achieve its desired goals.

6. 6 Continued Corruption / nepotism is perhaps the inherent character of about 80% public. 10% public are honest irrespective of the happiness. 10% public are dishonest irrespective low enforcement. 80% public behave depending on the system. They are fence sitters. Vigilance plays an important role in convicting the culprits and rewarding the honest people.

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9. 9 Types of Complaints to Vigilance Department Anonymous Complaints Not being entertained Pseudonymous complaints by the Management Complaints with correct address News paper clippings, TV reports Telephonic Complaints Oral Complaints Complaints through email

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14. 14 Vigilance Enquiry It is the prime duty of an executive and an employee of the company to extend their full cooperation to the vigilance department authorities in conducting enquiries in free and fair manner Vigilance department authorities are empowered to enter any place of the company and take any record in to safe custody with due acknowledgement.

15. 15 PERSONS INVOLVED IN ENQUIRY PROCEEDINGS Disciplinary Authority Charge Sheeted Employee Enquiry Officer Presenting Officer Defense Assistant (not mandatory) Witnesses (Dos & Don’ts for all those who are participating in disciplinary proceedings area being supplied individually)

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17. 17 Penalties for Misconduct under clause 26 (8 type of penalties) Warning, reprimand, censure Fine Suspension without wages for a period of not exceeding 10 days Stoppage of increment with out cumulative effect Stoppage of increment with cumulative effect Reversion to Lower Grade Removal / Discharge from Service Dismissal from Service

18. 18 TEN COMMANDMENTS TO AN OFFICER Be quick and alert Be fast and moving, avoid laziness Be thinking with wisdom Be discussing avoiding arguments Be confidential, confident, avoid criticising others Be friendly and smiling and avoid rivalry Be modest Be punctual to duties Be cool, avoid heat Be honest

19. 19 All the Executives have to follow the following If there is a laid down Rule or Procedure as per Law – follow it If in any situation there is no laid down Rule / Procedure – apply your mind and act in prudent manner as if you deal with your own money and also take approval of competent authority enlightening the points with due reference to above. If in any situation, laid down rule could not be followed- keep a speaking note and indicate how and why you decide the matter deviating the rules. Take approval of competent authority enlightening the points with due reference to above. Implementing verbal orders of senior officers If it is as per Rules, it should be done and appropriate approval to be taken. If it is not as per Rules, move a speaking note for approval of competent authority to implement.

20. 20 LABOUR AND OTHER LAWS TO BE NOTED BY THE EXECUTIES Indian Trade Union Act 1926 Workmen compensation Act 1926 Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946 Mines Act 1952 Mines Rules 1955 Maternity Benefit Act 1966 Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 Coal Mines Provident Fund Act 1948 Industrial Disputes Act 1947 Contract Labour Abolition Act 1970 Right to Information Act 2005 etc.,

21. 21 CIRCULARS, RULES AND BYE LAWS OF THE COMPANY to be noted by all executives Establishment Manual Year wise Circulars issued from time to time (issued from Corporate Personnel Vigilance, F&A, Audit Depts. etc. Conduct, Discipline and Appeal Rules 1989 (CD &A Rules) Standing Orders (English & Telugu Version) Executive Hand book Civil List (Details of all executives) National Coal Wage Agreements and other agreements and implementation circulars (NCWA) Departmental Enquiry Procedures etc.,

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25. 25 STANDING ORDERS Standing Orders are applicable to all NCWA employees Amended Standing Orders came into force w.e.f. 01.08.1994 Required under Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946 Act of Misconduct under clause 25 (i.e. 43 misconducts are mentioned in Standing Orders as sub-clauses) Penalties for Misconduct under clause 26 (8 types of penalties) – contd..

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