Power shortages in India

The real reason for power shortages in india is that experienced electrical engineers are treated very badly. Powerful officials, bribed by google and tata try to claim that the following women with NO EXPERIENCE are an experienced electrical engineer with twenty years experience to appoint them to important position in intelligence agencies,
1. cheater liar diploma holder expert in corporate espionage’
2. a cheater housewife from bangalore
3. lazy slim bsc pass
4. architect
5. stock broker
6. mba hr
No doctor will indulge in a similar fraud, why are powerful officials from top engineering colleges in India so dishonest in giving fake references to their lazy friends, and unwilling to accept that this is a big SCAM .

Government policies and business growth

Government policies in most countries are formulated to help the businesses and GDP of the country grow.
But sometimes, the government policies have the opposite effect , they act as deterrent to business growth.
Some of the reasons why the government policies are harmful are:
The policies are poorly researched.
The persons formulating the policies have little experience or knowledge.
Nepotism , cronyism
Incompetent decision makers
Lack of foresight.

Foreign competition

Most businesses or service providers specialise in one thing –  teachers who produce education, or workers who produce products, or shopkeepers who bring up the goods we need. But everybody consumes many things every week – food, clothes, soap, cosmetics, electricity, television programmes and more. Sensibly, we consumers want the most for our money, so we encourage efficiency by purchasing the best products and services at the most affordable prices.

Everytime that government bans an imported good, or slaps a tax on an imported good to make it more expensive, it encourages inefficiency in one sector or another. If we create special taxes for foreign sugar, or foreign cloth, or foreign toys, we make consumers pay more, and make consumers subsidize the inefficiency of domestic companies that are not working as efficiently as they could. If you try that for one commodity, you penalise people who consume that Indian consumers will pay far too much for shoddy goods and the country as a whole will grow poorer and poorer without the improving effect of competition.

Instead, our lagging industries need to learn to compete, and that is not too difficult. Already India’s finished garments and IT services and other products are appreciated the world over for quality, efficiency and competitive costs. Globalisation, in the form of World Trade Organisation reforms, are designed to lower foreign tariffs which were originally designed to protect their own inefficient producers from Indian competition. So markets. Where our productivity is strong, the new global trade rules will let us conquer foreign markets. Where our productivity is weak, we need to invest more, harder, and become more efficient at what we do. Considering that overseas Indians are among the most successful and best-respected business communities the world over, we clearly have the talent to succeed right here at home.

Government Order 2004 – I

GO Ms No.14
dt. 07.06.2004     Public Enterprises Department – Sanction of Rs. 27,62,715/- towards expenditure for Training Programmes to the VRS availed employees under Social Safety Net Programme during the first quarter ( from April, 2004 to June, 2004) during the year 2004-05 – orders – Issued
GO Ms No.13
dt. 01.06.2004     Chittoor District Co-operative Milk Producers Union Ltd., Chittoor (CDCMPU Ltd.) – Sanction of an amount of Rs.1,18,38,623/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to CDCMPU Ltd. towards payment of VRS benefits to its (16) employees – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No.12
dt. 31.03.2004     Public Enterprises – Implementation of VRS to the employees of Chittoor District Coop. Milk Producers Union Ltd., Chittoor – Cancellation – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No.11
dt. 31.03.2004     Public Enterprises Department – Implementation of VRS to the employees of Chittoor District Co-operative Milk Producers Union Ltd., Chittoor (CDCMPU Ltd.) – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No.10
dt. 18.03.2004     A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation – Sanction of an amount of Rs.11,07,803/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation towards payment of VRS benefits to 3 employees (2nd phase left over cases) of APSIDC Ltd., -orders-Issued
GO Ms No. 9
dt. 18.03.2004     A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 93,89,048/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation towards payment of VRS benefits to 24 surplus employees of APSIDC Ltd., -orders-Issued
GO Ms No. 8
dt. 15.03.2004     APSAIDC Ltd. – Sanction of Rs. 2,32,636/- as an interest bearing loan to APSAIDC towards differential VRS amount consequent on enhancement of D.A. w.e.f. 1.1.2003 to the 46 employees of VRS (4th phase) -Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 7
dt. 15.03.2004     SERIFED – sanction of an amount of Rs. 28,96,571/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to the Federation of Sericulturists & Silk Weavers’ Coop. Societies Ltd., (SERIFED) towards payment of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to (14) employees of Federation of Sericulturists & Silk Weavers’ Coop. Societies Ltd., -Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 4
dt. 20.02.2004     RESCO – sanction of an amount of Rs. 27,61,699/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to the Chipurupalli Rural Electric Coop. Society Ltd., Vizayanagaram towards payment of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to (06)employees of Chipurupalli Rural Electric Coop. Society Ltd., Vizayanagaram – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 3
dt. 03.02.2004     A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation – Sanction of an amount of Rs.4,75.38,421/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation towards payment of VRS benefits 134 employees of APSIDC Ltd., – orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 2
dt. 30.01.2004     A.P. SPINFED – Sanction of an amount of Rs.1,18,894/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to Nellore Co-operative Spinning Mills Limited, Nellore – Sri. B. Koteswara Rao, Office Manager of Nellore Co-operative Spinning Mills Limited towards payment of VRS difference amount – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 1 dt. 20.01.2004     A.P. State Irrigation Development Corporation – Sanction of an amount of Rs.5.84 Crores as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation towards payment of retrenchment compensation to 254 surplus employees under Staff Regulations / I.D. Act and meeting the amount from the Budget Provided under Externally Aided project- orders-issued

Government order 2003-II

GO Ms No. 74 dt. 29.12.2003      Nizam Sugars Limited – Sanction of an amount of Rs.94,13,656/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to Latchayyapet Sugar Unit employees of Nizam Sugars Limited, Latchayyapet towards payment of VRS claims to 85 employees – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 73 dt. 24.12.2003     GIRIJAN COOPERATIVE CORPORATION LIMITED – Sanction of Rs. 63,59,107/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to Girijana Cooperative Corporation Limited towards settlement of V.R.S. benefits to its (20) employees – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 72 dt. 17.12.2003     Public Enterprises Department – PSUs – Privatisation of The Palair Cooperative Sugars Ltd – Communication of value of Immovable Assets for execution of Sale Deeds in favour of Purchaser, Madhucon Sugars Ltd – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 71 dt. 11.11.2003     RESCO – sanction of an amount of Rs. 2,75,87,681/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to the Anakapalli Rural Electric Coop. Society Ltd., Kasimkota towards payment of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to (39)employees of Anakapalli Rural Electric Coop. Society Ltd., Kasimkota -Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 70 dt. 29.10.2003     PUBLIC ENTERPRISES – Scheme of Compassionate appointments to the dependants of deceased employees in the State Level Public Enterprises – Dispensing with the Scheme and Enhancement of Quantum of Ex-gratia – Exempting the A.P.,Transco/A.P.Genco/Discoms from the purview of the G.O.Ms.No.36,P.E.[III]Department dated 5-9-2001 – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 68 dt. 29.10.2003     Spinning Mills Ltd. – sanction of an amount of Rs. 2,98,077/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to the Karimnagar Coop. Spinning Mill, Anthergaon towards payment of Differential amount of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to (8)employees of Watch and Ward Staff -Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 67 dt. 28.10.2003     APSAIDC Ltd. -Sri B. Chakrapani, Regional Manager (AC) & Sri K. Krishnam Raju, Regional Manager of A.P State Agro Industries Dev. Corpn.,-Implementation of VRS-sanction of an amount of Rs. 4,89,123/-towards exgratia – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 65 dt. 16.10.2003     Nandyal Co-operative Sugars Limited, Nandyal – Sanction of an amount of Rs.71,553/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to Nandyal Co-operative Sugars Limited, Nandyal towards payment of VRS benefits to its one deceased employee – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 64 dt. 16.10.2003     Nizam Sugars Limited – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 3,98,707/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to Nizam Sugars Limited, of Madhunagar Unit towards payment of VRS differencial claim to its 13 employees – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 63 dt. 16.10.2003     A.P. State Irrigation Development Corporation – Sanction of an amount of Rs.25,27,774/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation towards payment of VRS benefits (5th phase) to 6 employees of APSIDC Ltd., – orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 62 dt. 16.10.2003     APSAIDC Ltd. – Difference in Gratuity payable to123 employees already relieved on VRS (1st phase) – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 6,96,603/-as interest bearing loan @ 15%p.a. towards payment of difference in Gratuity – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 59 dt. 15.09.2003     PE – PSUS – Privatization of Nandyal Cooperative Sugars Limited, Nandyal, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh – Value of Immovable Property fixed at Rs. 352.35 lakhs for the purpose of registration of sale deed to be executed in favour of Sree Rayalseema Sugar & Energy Limited – Orders – issued
GO Ms No. 58 dt. 12.09.2003     Public Enterprises – Chittoor District Cooperative Milk Producers Union Ltd. – Implementation of Voluntary Retirement Scheme – Sanctioned of an amount of Rs. 63,342/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to Chittoor District Co-operative Milk Producers Union Ltd., (CDCMPU Ltd.) Chittoor towards payment of difference of VRS to 5 employees of CDCMPU Ltd., – Amendment – Orders – Issued.
GO Ms No. 57 dt. 12.09.2003     Public Enterprises – Chittoor District Cooperative Milk Producers Union Ltd. – Implementation of Voluntary Retirement Scheme – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 28,52,473/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to Chittoor District Co-operative Milk Producers Union Ltd., (CDCMPU Ltd.) Chittoor towards payment of deference of VRS to 422 employees of CDCMPU Ltd., – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 56 dt. 11.09.2003     Spinning Mills – Chirala Coop. spg. Mills Ltd., Chirala -Sanction of an amount of Rs.89,564/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to the Chirala Coop. Spg. Mills Ltd., Chirala towards payment of differential amount of (VRS) benefits to its (2) employees – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 55 dt. 11.09.2003     Nandyal Co-operative Spinning Mills Limited, Nandyal – Sanction of an amount of Rs.11,22,892/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to Nandyal Co-operative Spinning Mills Limited, Nandyal towards payment of VRS benefits to its 29 employees – Orders – Issued.
GO Ms No. 53 dt. 06.09.2003     A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation – Sanction of an amount of Rs.3,53,016/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to A.P.State Irrigation Development Corporation towards reimbursement of VRS amount paid to 3 employees of the Corporation (left over cases of 2nd & 3rd phase VRS) – Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 52 dt. 30.08.2003     Nizam Sugars Limited – Sanction of an amount of Rs.30,32,982/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to Latchayyapet Sugar Unit employees of Nizam Sugars Limited, Latchayyapet towards payment of VRS claims to 36 employees – Orders – Issued.
GO Ms No. 51 dt. 30.08.2003     A.P State Irrigation Development Corporation – Sanction of an amount of Rs.4.09,458/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% p.a. to A.P State Irrigation Development Corporation towards payment of VRS benefits (3rd phase left over cases) to 2 employees of APSIDC Ltd., -orders-Issued
GO Ms No. 50 dt. 25.08.2003     Public Enterprises – Chittoor District Cooperative Milk Producers Union Ltd. – Implementation of Voluntary Retirement Scheme – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 63,342/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to Chittoor District Co-operative Milk Producers Union Ltd., (CDCMPU Ltd.) Chittoor towards payment of difference of VRS to 5 employees of CDCMPU Ltd., – Orders – Issued.
GO Ms No. 49 dt. 16.08.2003     PE – PSUs – Privatisation of Madhunagar Sugar Mill – Value of Immovable Assets for execution of Sale Deeds in favour of Purchaser, Trident Sugars Ltd., – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 48
dt. 06.08.2003     AP OILFED -Sanction of an amount of Rs. 93,41,010/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to Sri Krishnadevaraya Cooperative Oilseeds Growers Union Ltd., Piler towards payment of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to its (59) employees – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 47
dt. 06.08.2003     AP OILFED -Sanction of an amount of Rs. 1,47,92,515/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to Sri Vijayavardhani Cooperative Oilseeds Growers Union Ltd., Gadwal towards payment of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to its (83) employees -Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 46
dt. 06.08.2003     AP OILFED -Sanction of an amount of Rs. 57,83,916/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to A.P. Cooperative Oi1seeds Growers Federation Ltd., (AP OILFED), Hyderabad towards payment of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to its (22) employees -Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 45
dt. 04.08.2003     AP SPINFED – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 98,474/- as an interest bearing Loan @ 15% P.A. to Nellore Co-operative Spinning Mills Limited, Nellore – employees of Nellore Co-operative Spinning Mills Limited towards payment of VRS difference amount claim of (2) employees – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 44
dt. 25.07.2003     Karimnagar Cooperative Spinning Mills Ltd., Anthergaon – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 6,44,349/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to the Karimnagar Cooperative Spinning Mills Ltd., Anthergaon towards payment of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to its (14) employees -Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 43
dt. 16.07.2003     A.P. State Federation of Cooperative Spinning Mills Ltd. (SPINFED) – sanction of an amount of Rs. 1,69,277/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to the Spinfed towards payment of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to (3) Common Cadre Employees and (One) differential amount of VRS claims -Orders -Issued
GO Ms No. 42
dt. 05.07.2003     Nizam Sugars Limited – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 1,22,81,916/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to the Head Office and Medak Unit of Nizam Sugars Limited, towards payment of VRS claims to 112 employees (1 employee of Head Office and 111 employees of Medak Unit) – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 41
dt. 04.07.2003     Nizam Sugars Limited – Sanction of an amount of Rs. 64,66,866/- as an interest bearing loan @ 15% per annum to Nizam Sugars Limited, Madhunagar Unit, Zaheerabad towards payment of VRS claims to 41 employees – Orders – Issued
GO Ms No. 40
dt. 01.07.2003     APSAIDC Ltd. – Sanction of Rs.1,14,31,899/- as as interest bearing loan to APSAIDC towards payment of VRS benefits to its 46 emloyees – Orders – Issued

Implementation Secretariat

In order to implement the reform policies and decisions effectively Government considered it necessary to strengthen the existing implementation framework  by establishing an Implementation Secretariat in the Department of Public Enterprise which is an autonomous body. The Implementation Secretariat planned and recommended the strategy for the Reform Program to the Cabinet Sub-Committee and implemented these when the strategy was approved.

Reference : GO Ms No. 150, dt. 30-4-1998 on formation of Implementaion Secretariat under the Public Enterprises Department.

Public Enterprises Department

The Public Enterprises Department was established by the Government of Andhra Pradesh on 19-11-1998 vide Government Order No. 491.

The main features of the Department were as follows:

* The Department consisted of two wings i.e., the Secretariat wing and the Advisory wing both headed by the Principal Secretary to Government.

* The Public Enterprises Department functioned as an independent department like Finance and Law.  All Administrative Department take concurrence on all the proposals relating to the Public Enterprises under their jurisdiction from Public Enterprises Department.

* The Public Enterprises Department reviews the functioning of all the Public Sector Enterprises and Cooperative Enterprises periodically in line with the Cabinet Sub Committee / Government’s decisions and suggests measures for improvement and submits reports to Cabinet Sub Committee / Government from time to time.

* The Public Enterprises Department assisted the Cabinet Sub Committee and implements the Cabinet decisions on restructuring of Public Sector Enterprises and Coperative Enterprises under the supervision of Cabinet Sub Committee.

* The Public Enterprises Department is the Administrative Department for all the Public Sector Enterprises and Cooperative Enterprises identified for disinvestment / privatisation / winding up.

* The Public Enterprises Department was the nodal agency with exclusive responsibility for formulation and implemention of PE Reforms.

* The Public Enterprises Department functioned under the control of the Chief Minister.

Public enterprises reform program

The public enterprises reform program was  established with the following goals :

  • Government to withdraw from sectors operated efficiently  by the private sector while retaining its responsibility as a prudent regulator to ensure social equity and fair competition in the new circumstances.
  • Rationalize Government’s investments in Public Enterprises and restrict itself to areas in which its intervention is needed.
  • Government to be sensitive to hardships caused by privatization and address such issues through a safety net program.
  • To ensure that its agencies & Public Sector Undertakings work more efficiently.