Directorate General of Human Resource Development

With a view to providing a more focused approach to employee development and infrastructure expansion in order to harness the Human Resource functions as a strategic partner in business success and growth, the Directorate of Human Resource Development (HRD) was set up in Nov.,2008 by merging the erstwhile Directorate of Organization & Personnel Management and Directorate of Housing & Welfare and became operational w.e.f. 1st December,2008.  The organizational goal of the CBEC is to optimize revenue collection through broadening the tax base, rationalizing tax structure, simplifying procedures, improving voluntary compliance and providing an efficient and responsive tax administration. In order to meet this goal, the DG (HRD) strives to develop a skilful, productive, healthy, efficient and diverse work force with highly effective supervisors, managers and leaders. DGHRD has 4 wings
 

Directorate General of Human Resource Development Expenditure Management Cell Infrastructure & Welfare Wing HRM I Wing HRM II Wing
 

I.  HRM I Wing:

a.  To devise and design CBEC's Human Resource Management plans in congruence with the goals and vision of the department;

b. To analyse and propose changes in the Recruitment Rules;

c.  To provide support to CBEC in its Cadre Review and Restructuring exercise  for the department in the context of changing economic scenario and needs;

d. To conduct DPC for Group A and Group B to Group A officers in CBEC

e. To maintain Seniority List.

f.   To develop an effective Performance Management System (PMS) for capturing and assessing individual performances;

g.  To design a scientific appraisal system and a scheme for performance measurement, etc.;

h. To coordinate receipt of annual performance appraisals;

i.    To link rewards with performance and design an appropriate reward policy;

j.   To liaison with "external consultants" for developing a suitable system to track, support and monitor individual performance and maintain accountability, and

k.  To review formats for annual performance appraisal (APAR) for all cadres and suggest meaningful changes to it from time to time;

l.    To develop performance indicators for the organization at the group and individual levels based on objective goal setting, taking into account manpower and infrastructural limitations;

m.    To forecast future developments and suggest changes in the organization, personnel management and procedure to be able to respond to them; 

 

II.                HRM II Wing:

a.  To provide support to CBEC in drawing its annual recruitment plan (ARP) or direct recruitment;

b. To support CBEC in framing and implementation of its recruitment policy;

c.  To design HR policies, processes and systems, including proposals where posts are diverted temporarily from one functional area to another;

d. To maintain and update the Human Resource Information System (HRIS) for recommending officers/staff for training, placement, skill up-gradation and succession planning;

e. To maintain and publish Civil List and Disposition List for Group A officers.

f.  To provide support to the CBEC in bringing about uniformity/ homogeneity in the administrative practices followed by field formations across the country.

g. To provide data support to CBEC for placement and transfer of officers as part of the annual general transfer (AGT) and otherwise;

h.To scrutinize performance of officers for review under 56J

i.   To implement Swachchta Action Plan

j.  To receive feedback on the Transfer Policy and relay the same to CBEC for further action;

 

III.              Infrastructure & Welfare Wing:

 

(a)     Infrastructure Division:

i)        To function as 'nodal authority' for examination and processing of all infrastructure proposals received directly by the Division from field formations and forward them alongwith its recommendations to the CBEC/Ministry for further action;

ii)       To consider all issues pertaining to approval and sanction for infrastructural proposals including those for purchase and disposal of land, purchase and disposal of buildings, hiring of accommodation and continuation of hiring of already hired space, construction of office and residential buildings, repair /maintenance /renovation / modifications/replacement/ alternations in the department's buildings, residential complexes etc.,

iii)     To account and document the assets of CBEC through the creation, maintenance and regular updation of an Asset Register;

iv)     To consolidate and project budgetary requirement for ready built office space and residential accommodation for departmental staff to CBEC;

v)      To ensure conformity of infrastructure proposals, (whether in process or sanctioned) with policy guidelines and administrative instructions pertaining to their sanction;

vi)     To secure as a link between the CBEC and its field formations by communicating the observations/queries/ approvals/sanctions of the Ministry on the submitted proposals to the field formations.

 

(b)    Welfare Division:

i)        To identify and recommend welfare measures to the CBEC;

ii)       To process proposals received from field formations for sanction of funds by the Governing Body of the Welfare Fund;

iii)     To coordinate with the Directorate of Logistics and Principal CCA's office for accounting of funds to be allocated between the Welfare Fund and the Special Equipment Fund;

iv)     To manage superannuation of employees especially regarding their psychological, emotional and financial aspects (by arranging training through NACEN and/ or outside experts to psychologically prepare the employees on the verge of superannuation for life after retirement from service and proper management of retirement benefits);

v)      To prepare and maintain an inventory of specialization areas and skills of retiring officers, and advise them about exploring ministries and public sector undertakings, connected to their respective fields of knowledge and experience; and

vi)     To disseminate information concerning welfare schemes/ measures being promoted/ implemented by the CBEC among officers and staff.

 

IV.    Expenditure Management Cell:

a.       To issue the Budget Circular as prescribed by the Budget Division, Department of Economic Affairs;

b.      To examine the Budget proposals received from various constituent formations /units under the Grant;

c.       To consolidate the position at each stage of the Budget exercise i.e. Budget Estimates (BE), Revised Estimates (RE) and Final Requirement (FR) and submit the same to FA (Finance) for further action;

d.      To allocate object head wise approved provisions to respective Budget controlling authorities;

e.      To prepare the Statement of Budget Estimates (SBEs) for inclusion in the relevant Budget documents;

f.        To monitor the progress in Expenditure vis-a-vis Sanctioned Grant and submit the Monthly and Quarterly Expenditure Review to FA (Finance) for further action;

g.       To propose Re-appropriation orders, surrender of savings etc. to FA (Finance) for concurrence/approval of the competent authority;

h.      To finalize the Appropriation Accounts in consultation with Principal CCA, CBEC and submit to FA (Finance) for concurrence;

i.         To take necessary action in respect of the examination by the Standing Committee on Finance on Detailed Demand for Grants;

j.        To take action in respect of Audit references in Expenditure matters, for example Action Taken Notes on Audit Paras /PAC Paras etc.

k.       Any other matter related to the above.