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RFD

Results Framework Document for Ministry of Steel

(2010-2011)

Results Framework Document (RFD) for Ministry of Steel

(2010-2011)

Section 1: Vision, Mission, Objectives and Functions


Vision

VISION To transform India into a global leader in the steel sector, both as a steel producer as well as a steel consuming nation and to enhance the Indian steel industrys international competitivity .

Mission

MISSION 1. Promoting policies, initiatives and incentives for attaining a

national steel production capacity exceeding 100 million tonnes per annum by the year 2012. 2. Streamlining the regulatory environment for enabling optimal

steel production; particularly regarding mineral policy and the mine allocation regime, tariff and taxation measures, land allocation and environmental and forest clearances. 3. Promoting the development of infrastructure required for

enhancing national steel production through coordinated efforts, particularly in sectors like Railways, Roads, Ports, Power and Water supply. 4. Enhancing domestic demand for steel through promotional

efforts and by enlarging the retail network of

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Section 1: Vision, Mission, Objectives and Functions

steel PSUs. 5. Improving the functioning of the Steel Ministry PSUs for

transforming them into global leaders.


Objectives
1 1(a) To facilitate the early realization of steel investment proposals both in the public and private sector through coordination and consensus building with State Governments and agencies of the Union Government particularly through the forum of the Inter Ministerial Group (I.M.G.); for attaining the national objective of total annual steel production exceeding 100 MT by the year 2012. 1(b) To facilitate creation of appurtenant infrastructure required for steel capacity addition to pursue clearance required by the public and private sectors in areas like mineral allocation, land allocation and environmental & forest clearances. 2 To oversee the completion of the capex and modernization programmes of the PSUs particularly SAIL, RINL and NMDC.

Ensuring adequate availability of raw materials for steel industry from domestic and overseas sources, particularly iron ore and coal by PSUs under the Ministry of Steel.

4 5

To facilitate and monitor mergers, acquisitions and Joint Ventures by the steel Ministry PSUs. To complete the present tranche of the disinvestment initiative by disinvesting/enhancing the equity base of SAIL and MOIL in FY 2010-11.

6 7

To achieve the attainment of Maharatna Status in respect of SAIL and Navratna status of RINL in FY 2010-11 To pursue with the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Commerce for the adoption of fiscal and tariff measures for ensuring the sustainability and future prospects of the Indian steel industry

Promotion of Steel usage through cost effective steel products, dissemination of knowledge and ensuring higher steel availability in Rural Areas

Promoting Research and Development in steel sector

Functions
1 2
Matters relating to production, distribution, imports and exports of iron and steel and ferro alloys. Matters relating to the following Undertakings/Companies including their subsidiaries , namely: (i) Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL); (ii) NMDC Limited ; (iii) International Coal ventures Ltd (ICVL); (iv) Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd (RINL); (v) Manganese (Ore) India Ltd (MOIL); (vi) MSTC Ltd.; (vii) Ferro Scrap Nigam Ltd (FSNL); (viii) Hindustan Steelworks Construction Ltd (HSCL); (ix) MECON Ltd; (x) Sponge Iron India Ltd (SIIL); (xi) KIOCL Ltd; and (xii) Bird Group of Companies

Planning, development and facilitation of setting up of iron and steel production facilities including Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) units, Induction Furnace (IF) units, processing facilities like re-rollers, flat products (Hot/cold rolling units), coating units, wire drawing units and steel scrap processing including ship breaking.

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Section 1: Vision, Mission, Objectives and Functions


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Development of iron mines in the Public Sector and other ore mines (manganese ore, chrome ore, limestone, sillimanite, kayanite and other minerals used in the iron and steel industry but excluding mining lease or matters related thereto).

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Section 2: Inter se Priorities among Key Objectives, Success indicators and Targets
Target / Criteria Value Objective Weight Action Success Indicator Unit Weight
Excellent VeryGood 100%
1 1(a)To facilitate the early realization of steel investment proposals both in the public and private sector through coordination and consensus building with State Governments and agencies of the Union Government particularly through the forum of the Inter Ministerial Group (I.M.G.); for attaining the national objective of total annual steel production exceeding 100 MT by the year 2012. 1(b) To facilitate creation of appurtenant infrastructure required for steel capacity addition to pursue clearance required by the public and private sectors in areas like mineral allocation, land allocation and environmental & forest clearances. 19.00 i)Expediting the pace of major steel investments in the country. a)Identification of key issues Number relating to fresh steel of issues capacities based upon Inter Ministerial Group meeting 4.75 10

Good 80%

Fair 70%
6 4

Poor 60%
2

90%
8

b) Resolution of key Issues in coordination with concerned Ministries and State Governments i) To pursue with the Ministry of a)Identification of issues to Railways, Planning Commission be pursued with Ministry of and other Ministries/Departments Railways. of the Government of India as well as the State Governments for developing and improving appurtenant infrastructure for the growth of Indian steel industry

Number of issues

4.75

Number of issues

2.85

--

--

b)Identification of issues to be pursued with Steel producing States. c)Identification of issues to be pursued with Planning Commission and other Ministries d)Identification of issues to be pursued with

Number

0.95

--

--

Number

0.95

--

--

Number

1.90

--

--

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Section 2: Inter se Priorities among Key Objectives, Success indicators and Targets
Target / Criteria Value Objective Weight Action Success Indicator Unit Weight
Excellent VeryGood 100%
Ministry of Environment & Forests ii) Enhancing security protection for steel Ministry PSUs plants and mines and those of major private steel companies, to ensure their stable operations. a)Expediting the formation of Security Committees of PSUs and Private Steel companies Number of committe es in place Date by which template would be put in place 0.95 5 4 3 2 1

Good 80%

Fair 70%

Poor 60%

90%

b)Preparing a Security Template for assessing the security preparedness of steel and review of progress attained in the security matters.

0.95

11.2010

12.2010

01.2011

02.2011

03.2011

c)Induct representatives of Date the maritime/Coast Guard and the Railway Protection Force in the National Level Standing Committee on security and Coordination in the Steel Sector 2 To oversee the completion of the capex and modernization programmes of the PSUs particularly SAIL, RINL and NMDC. 13.00 A. SAIL (i) Attaining of SAILs expenditure targets in FY 201011 for their capex programme. Investment of Rs 9,600 crore for SAILs capex programme on Modernisation and expansion in the period April, 2010-Mar,11. Completion of all packages in SSP expansion. Completion of part of packages in ISP expansion Investment of Rs. 2000 crore for RINLs capex programme in the period April,2010-March 2011. Rs.Crore

0.95

11.2010

12.2010

01.2011

02.2011

03.2011

1.82

9600

8500

8000

7500

5000

(ii)Commissioning of facilities at Salem Steel Plant (iii)Partial commissioning of facilities of IISCO Steel Plant B.RINL (i)Monitoring of RINLs expenditure targets in FY 201011 for their capex programme

Date

1.82

08.2010

10.2010

12.2010

01.2011

03.2011

Date

1.82

08.2010

10.2010

12.2010

01.2011

03.2011

Rs.Crore

1.82

2000

1800

1600

1400

1200

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Target / Criteria Value Objective Weight Action Success Indicator Unit Weight
Excellent VeryGood 100%
ii) Monitoring of physical progress on ground. (a)Commissioning of Stage I Date which, inter-alia, consists of Commissioining of Sinter Plant, Raw Material Handling Plant(RMHP), Blast Furnace , Steel Melt Shop, Wire Rod Mill etc (b)Commissioning of Special Bar Rod Mill and Structural Mill of expansion programme of Stage-II C.NMDC i)Overseeing of NMDCs proposed Greenfield Steel Plant. at Nagarnar, Chhattisgarh. ii) Overseeing of NMDCs 1.2 mtpa pellet plant at Donimalai, Karnataka 3 Ensuring adequate availability of raw materials for steel industry from domestic and overseas sources, particularly iron ore and coal by PSUs under the Ministry of Steel. 10.00 NMDC (i) Development of Kumaraswamy iron ore mine for a capacity of 3mtpa NMDC (ii) Development of Shahpur East & Shahpur West Coal Blocks NMDC (iii)Transportation of iron ore fines/ slimes from Bailadila to Vizag through pipeline Percent 1.82 11.2010

Good 80%
01.2011

Fair 70%
02.2011

Poor 60%
03.2011

90%
12.2010

1.82

60

55

50

45

40

Ensuring placement of order Date for Sinter plant Package

1.04

28/02/2011

10/03/2011 20/03/2011 25/03/2011 31/03/2011

Ensuring placement of order Date for Pelletisation Package Ensuring placement of order Date for Package-III

1.04

31/01/2011

15/02/2011 28/02/2011 15/03/2011 31/03/2011

4.00

31/01/2011

15/02/2011 28/02/2011 15/03/2011 31/03/2011

Submission of Mine plan to Ministry of Coal, New Delhi

Date

4.00

31/01/2011

15/02/2011 28/02/2011 15/03/2011 31/03/2011

Preparation of Techno Date Economic Feasibility Report(TEFR) for beneficiation, transportation of fines/ slimes from Bailadila to Vizag through pipeline and Pellet Plant at Jagdalpur/ Vizag (a) Appointment of project consultants for execution and Date

2.00

31/01/2011

15/02/2011 28/02/2011 15/03/2011 31/03/2011

4 To facilitate and monitor mergers, acquisitions and Joint Ventures by the steel Ministry PSUs.

12.00

i)Joint Ventures of MOIL with SAIL and RINL for Ferro-alloy plants at Nandini, Bhilai and

2.04

30/06/2010

10/07/2010 20/07/2010 31/07/2010 10/08/2010

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Target / Criteria Value Objective Weight Action Success Indicator Unit Weight
Excellent VeryGood 100%
Bobilli, Vishakhapatnam. commissioning of the projects. (b) Floating of global tender for turnkey supply, erection & commissioning of Ferro Alloy Plant equipment. ii) NMDCSAIL JV for development of Arki limestone mine iii) Listing of OMDC shares at Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Signing of JV Agreement Date 2.04 30/09/2010 10/10/2010 20/10/2010 31/10/2010 10/11/2010

Good 80%

Fair 70%

Poor 60%

90%

Date

2.04

31/08/2010

30/09/2010 31/10/2010 30/11/2010 31/12/2010

a)Appointment of Independent Directors to comply with the listing requirement.

Date

2.04

30/06/2010

15/07/2010 31/07/2010 15/08/2010 31/08/2010

b) To file application to BSE Date for listing iv) Merger of Maharashtra Electrosmelt Ltd. With SAIL 5 To complete the present tranche of the disinvestment initiative by disinvesting/enhancing the equity base of SAIL and MOIL in FY 2010-11. 8.00 Completion of merger formalities Date Date

1.92 1.92 2.00

31/03/2011 30/11/2010 30/11/2010

--

--

--

--

31/12/2010 31/01/2011 28/02/2011 31/03/2011 31/12/2010 31/01/2011 28/02/2011 31/03/2011

SAIL i)Disinvestment of GoIs a)Facilitating selection of share holding in SAIL and raising Book Running Lead of additional equity through Manager (BRLM). Follow on Public Offer (FPO). b)Dematting of GoI shares and transfer of shares to Offer for Sale Account. Audit of Accounts for the stipulated period. c)Restructuring of SAIL Board MOIL ii) Listing of MOIL through a)Amendment of Article of Offer for Sale of 10% of paid up Association (AoA) of MOIL equity out of the Government of India holding in the company b) Appointment of Independent Directors

Date

2.00

30/11/2010

31/12/2010 31/01/2011 28/02/2011 31/03/2011

Date Date

2.00 1.04

31/03/2011 31/12/2010

--

--

--

--

31/01/2011 28/02/2011 15/03/2011 31/03/2011

Date

0.96

31/12/2010

31/01/2011 28/02/2011 15/03/2011 31/03/2011

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Section 2: Inter se Priorities among Key Objectives, Success indicators and Targets
Target / Criteria Value Objective Weight Action Success Indicator Unit Weight
Excellent VeryGood 100%
6 To achieve the attainment of Maharatna Status in respect of SAIL and Navratna status of RINL in FY 2010-11 4.00 i)Issue of Orders granting Maharatna status to SAIL Follow up /persuasion with DPE Date 2.00 11.2010

Good 80%
01.2011

Fair 70%
02.2011

Poor 60%
03.2011

90%
12.2010

ii) Issue of Orders granting Navaratna status to RINL 7 To pursue with the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Commerce for the adoption of fiscal and tariff measures for ensuring the sustainability and future prospects of the Indian steel industry 8 Promotion of Steel usage through cost effective steel products, dissemination of knowledge and ensuring higher steel availability in Rural Areas 5.00

Follow up /persuasion with DPE

Date Date

2.00 5.00

01.2011 31/12/2010

02.2011 --

03.2011 --

---

---

Submission of fiscal reform/tariff Timely submission of measures to Ministry of Finance/ proposals Commerce.

8.00

Increasing Rural Steel Demand in the country.

a) Submission of interim Report on Rural Demand Survey

Date

4.00

31/12/2010

31/01/2011 28/02/2011 31/03/2011

--

b) Additional Retail outlets in Semi-urban and Rural areas 9 Promoting Research and Development in steel sector 8.00 (i) To approve and monitor R&D projects in Iron and Steel Sector a) Release of funds under Plan Scheme during 201011 b) Number of projects to be approved c) Monitoring of R&D projects with Steel Development Fund

Number

4.00

150

125

100

75

70

Rs.in Crore Number Number of meetings of Empowe red Boards Number of CDM Projects Energy Consum ption

1.04

20

15

10

05

--

0.96 0.96

4 4

3 3

2 2

1 1

---

(ii) Energy conservation in steel Manufacturing

(a) To identify areas in which energy consumption could be reduced (b) To approve energy efficency in SAIL plants

2.00

1.04

6.72

6.74

6.77

6.80

6.83

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Target / Criteria Value Objective Weight Action Success Indicator Unit Weight
Excellent VeryGood 100%
(Giga cal per ton of Crude steel) (iii) Enviornmental concerns in Steel Manufacturing Improving the waste utilisation in steel plants Number of Meetings 2.00 2 1 ----

Good 80%

Fair 70%

Poor 60%

90%

Efficient Functioning of the RFD System

5.00

Timely submission of Draft for Approval Timely submission of Results Finalize a Strategic Plan

On-time submission On- time submission Finalize the Strategic Plan for next 5 years

Date Date Date

2.00 1.00 2.00 2.00

05/03/2010 02/05/2011 10/12/2010 100

08/03/2010 09/03/2010 10/03/2010 11/03/2010 03/05/2011 04/05/2011 05/05/2011 06/05/2011 15/12/2010 20/12/2010 24/12/2010 31/12/2010 95 90 85 80

Improving Internal Efficiency / Responsiveness / Service delivery of Ministry / Department

6.00

Develop RFDs for all Responsibility Centers (Subordinate Offices, Attached Offices,Autonomous Bodies) Implementation of Sevottam

Percentage of RCs covered %

Create a Sevottam Date compliant to implement, monitor and review Citizen's Charter Create a Sevottam Compliant system to redress and monitor public Grievances Independent Audit of Implementation of Citizen's Charter Independent Audit of implementation of public grievence redressal system Date

1.00

01/10/2010

05/10/2010 11/10/2010 15/10/2010 20/10/2010

1.00

01/10/2010

05/10/2010 11/10/2010 15/10/2010 20/10/2010

1.00

100

95

90

85

80

1.00

100

95

90

85

80

* Mandatory Objective(s)

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Target / Criteria Value Objective Weight Action Success Indicator Unit Weight
Excellent VeryGood 100%
* Ensuring compliance to the Financial Accountability Framework 2.00 Timely submission of ATNS on Audit Paras of C&AG Percentage of ATNS % submitted within due date (4 months) from date of presentation of Report to Parliament by CAG during the year. Percentge of ATRs % submitted within due date (6 months) from date of presentation of Report to Parliament by PAC during the year. % 0.50 100

Good 80%

Fair 70%

Poor 60%
70 60

90%
90

80

Timely submission of ATRs to the PAC Sectt. on PAC Reports.

0.50

100

90

80

70

60

Early disposal of pending ATNs Percentage of outstanding on Audit Paras of C&AG Reports ATNs disposed off during presented to Parliament before the year. 31.3.2010. Early disposal of pending ATRs on PAC Reports presented to Parliament before 31.3.2010 Percentage of outstanding ATRs disposed off during the year.

0.50

100

90

80

70

60

0.50

100

90

80

70

60

* Mandatory Objective(s)

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Objective Action Success Indicator Unit Actual Value Actual Value Target Value for for for FY 08/09 FY 09/10 FY 10/11
--8

Projected Value for FY 11/12


--

Projected Value for FY 12/13


--

1 1(a)To facilitate the early realization of steel investment proposals both in the public and private sector through coordination and consensus building with State Governments and agencies of the Union Government particularly through the forum of the Inter Ministerial Group (I.M.G.); for attaining the national objective of total annual steel production exceeding 100 MT by the year 2012. 1(b) To facilitate creation of appurtenant infrastructure required for steel capacity addition to pursue clearance required by the public and private sectors in areas like mineral allocation, land allocation and environmental & forest clearances.

i)Expediting the pace of major steel investments in the country.

a)Identification of key issues relating to fresh steel capacities based upon Inter Ministerial Group meeting

Number of issues

b) Resolution of key Issues in coordination with concerned Ministries and State Governments i) To pursue with the Ministry of Railways, Planning Commission and other Ministries/Departments of the Government of India as well as the State Governments for developing and improving appurtenant infrastructure for the growth of Indian steel industry a)Identification of issues to be pursued with Ministry of Railways.

Number of issues

--

--

--

--

Number of issues

--

--

--

--

b)Identification of issues to be pursued with Steel

Number

--

--

--

--

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Objective Action Success Indicator Unit Actual Value Actual Value Target Value for for for FY 08/09 FY 09/10 FY 10/11 Projected Value for FY 11/12 Projected Value for FY 12/13

producing States. c)Identification of issues to be pursued with Planning Commission and other Ministries d)Identification of issues to be pursued with Ministry of Environment & Forests ii) Enhancing security protection for steel Ministry PSUs plants and mines and those of major private steel companies, to ensure their stable operations. a)Expediting the formation of Security Committees of PSUs and Private Steel companies Number --2 ---

Number

--

--

--

--

Number of committee s in place

--

--

--

--

b)Preparing a Security Template for assessing the security preparedness of steel and review of progress attained in the security matters. c)Induct representatives of the maritime/Coast Guard and the Railway Protection Force in the National Level Standing Committee on security and Coordination in the Steel Sector 2 To oversee the completion of the capex and modernization programmes of the PSUs particularly SAIL, RINL and NMDC. A. SAIL (i) Attaining of SAILs expenditure targets in FY 2010-11 for their capex programme. (ii)Commissioning of facilities at Salem Steel Plant (iii)Partial commissioning of facilities of IISCO Steel Plant Investment of Rs 9,600 crore for SAILs capex programme on Modernisation and expansion in the period April, 2010-Mar,11. Completion of all packages in SSP expansion. Completion of part of packages in ISP expansion

Date by which template would be put in place Date

--

--

12.2010

--

--

--

--

12.2010

--

--

Rs.Crore

2181

5233

10356

9600

--

Date Date

---

---

10.2010 10.2010

---

---

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Objective Action Success Indicator Unit Actual Value Actual Value Target Value for for for FY 08/09 FY 09/10 FY 10/11 Projected Value for FY 11/12 Projected Value for FY 12/13

B.RINL (i)Monitoring of RINLs expenditure targets in FY 2010-11 for their capex programme ii) Monitoring of physical progress on ground.

Investment of Rs. 2000 crore for RINLs capex programme in the period April,2010-March 2011. (a)Commissioning of Stage I which, inter-alia, consists of Commissioining of Sinter Plant, Raw Material Handling Plant(RMHP), Blast Furnace , Steel Melt Shop, Wire Rod Mill etc (b)Commissioning of Special Bar Rod Mill and Structural Mill of expansion programme of Stage-II

Rs.Crore

1115

2267

1840

2000

4600

Date

22

30

39

--

Percent

--

--

55

40

C.NMDC i)Overseeing of NMDCs proposed Greenfield Steel Plant. at Nagarnar, Chhattisgarh. ii) Overseeing of NMDCs 1.2 mtpa pellet plant at Donimalai, Karnataka 3 Ensuring adequate availability of raw materials for steel industry from domestic and overseas sources, particularly iron ore and coal by PSUs under the Ministry of Steel. NMDC (i) Development of Kumaraswamy iron ore mine for a capacity of 3mtpa

Ensuring placement of order for Sinter plant Package

Date

--

--

10/03/2011

--

--

Ensuring placement of order for Pelletisation Package Ensuring placement of order for Package-III

Date

--

--

15/02/2011

--

--

Date

--

--

15/02/2011

--

--

NMDC (ii) Development of Shahpur East & Shahpur West Coal Blocks NMDC (iii)Transportation of iron ore fines/ slimes from Bailadila to Vizag through

Submission of Mine plan to Ministry of Coal, New Delhi Preparation of Techno Economic Feasibility Report(TEFR) for beneficiation, transportation of

Date

--

--

15/02/2011

--

--

Date

--

--

15/02/2011

--

--

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pipeline

slimes from Bailadila to Vizag through pipeline and Pellet Plant at Jagdalpur/ Vizag (a) Appointment of project consultants for execution and commissioning of the projects. Date --17/07/2010 ---

4 To facilitate and monitor mergers, acquisitions and Joint Ventures by the steel Ministry PSUs.

i)Joint Ventures of MOIL with SAIL and RINL for Ferro-alloy plants at Nandini, Bhilai and Bobilli, Vishakhapatnam.

(b) Floating of global tender for turnkey supply, erection & commissioning of Ferro Alloy Plant equipment. ii) NMDCSAIL JV for development of Arki limestone mine iii) Listing of OMDC shares at Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Signing of JV Agreement

Date

--

--

20/10/2010

--

--

Date

--

--

30/09/2010

--

--

a)Appointment of Independent Directors to comply with the listing requirement. b) To file application to BSE for listing

Date

--

--

15/07/2010

--

--

Date Date Date

----

----

-31/12/2010 31/12/2010

----

----

iv) Merger of Maharashtra Electrosmelt Ltd. With SAIL 5 To complete the present tranche of the disinvestment initiative by disinvesting/enhancing the equity base of SAIL and MOIL in FY 2010-11. SAIL i)Disinvestment of GoIs share holding in SAIL and raising of additional equity through Follow on Public Offer (FPO).

Completion of merger formalities a)Facilitating selection of Book Running Lead Manager (BRLM).

b)Dematting of GoI shares and transfer of shares to Offer for Sale Account. Audit of Accounts for the stipulated period. c)Restructuring of SAIL Board

Date

--

--

31/12/2010

--

--

Date

--

--

31/12/2010

--

--

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MOIL ii) Listing of MOIL through Offer for Sale of 10% of paid up equity out of the Government of India holding in the company

a)Amendment of Article of Association (AoA) of MOIL

Date

--

--

31/01/2011

--

--

b) Appointment of Independent Directors 6 To achieve the attainment of Maharatna Status in respect of SAIL and Navratna status of RINL in FY 2010-11 i)Issue of Orders granting Maharatna status to SAIL Follow up /persuasion with DPE

Date Date

---

---

31/01/2011 12.2010

---

---

ii) Issue of Orders granting Navaratna status to RINL 7 To pursue with the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Commerce for the adoption of fiscal and tariff measures for ensuring the sustainability and future prospects of the Indian steel industry 8 Promotion of Steel usage through cost effective steel products, dissemination of knowledge and ensuring higher steel availability in Rural Areas Submission of fiscal reform/tariff measures to Ministry of Finance/ Commerce.

Follow up /persuasion with DPE Timely submission of proposals

Date Date

---

---

02.2011 --

---

---

Increasing Rural Steel Demand in the country.

a) Submission of interim Report on Rural Demand Survey

Date

--

--

31/01/2011

--

--

b) Additional Retail outlets in Semi-urban and Rural areas 9 Promoting Research and Development (i) To approve and monitor R&D projects in Iron and Steel in steel sector Sector a) Release of funds under Plan Scheme during 2010-11 b) Number of projects to be approved c) Monitoring of R&D projects with Steel

Number

--

--

125

--

--

Rs.in Crore Number Number of

--

--

15

--

--

---

---

3 3

---

---

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Objective Action Success Indicator Unit Actual Value Actual Value Target Value for for for FY 08/09 FY 09/10 FY 10/11 Projected Value for FY 11/12 Projected Value for FY 12/13

Development Fund

meetings of Empower ed Boards Number of CDM Projects Energy Consumpt ion(Giga cal per ton of Crude steel) Number of Meetings --4 ---

(ii) Energy conservation in steel Manufacturing

(a) To identify areas in which energy consumption could be reduced (b) To approve energy efficency in SAIL plants

--

--

6.74

--

--

(iii) Enviornmental concerns in Steel Manufacturing

Improving the waste utilisation in steel plants

--

--

--

--

Efficient Functioning of the RFD System

Timely submission of Draft for Approval Timely submission of Results Finalize a Strategic Plan

On-time submission On- time submission Finalize the Strategic Plan for next 5 years Percentage of RCs covered

Date Date Date %

-----

-----

08/03/2010 03/05/2011 15/12/2010 95

-----

-----

Improving Internal Efficiency / Responsiveness / Service delivery of Ministry / Department

Develop RFDs for all Responsibility Centers (Subordinate Offices, Attached Offices,Autonomous Bodies) Implementation of Sevottam

Create a Sevottam compliant to implement, monitor and review Citizen's Charter Create a Sevottam Compliant system to

Date

--

--

05/10/2010

--

--

Date

--

--

05/10/2010

--

--

* Mandatory Objective(s)

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Section 3: Trend Values of the Success Indicators


Objective Action Success Indicator Unit Actual Value Actual Value Target Value for for for FY 08/09 FY 09/10 FY 10/11 Projected Value for FY 11/12 Projected Value for FY 12/13

redress and monitor public Grievances Independent Audit of Implementation of Citizen's Charter Independent Audit of implementation of public grievence redressal system * Ensuring compliance to the Financial Accountability Framework Timely submission of ATNS on Audit Paras of C&AG Percentage of ATNS submitted within due date (4 months) from date of presentation of Report to Parliament by CAG during the year. Percentge of ATRs submitted within due date (6 months) from date of presentation of Report to Parliament by PAC during the year. Percentage of outstanding ATNs disposed off during the year. % --95 ---

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Timely submission of ATRs to the PAC Sectt. on PAC Reports.

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Early disposal of pending ATNs on Audit Paras of C&AG Reports presented to Parliament before 31.3.2010. Early disposal of pending ATRs on PAC Reports presented to Parliament before 31.3.2010 * Mandatory Objective(s)

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Section 4: Description and Definition of Success Indicators and Proposed Measurement Methodology
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Definition of Success Indicators (i) Identification of key issues relating to fresh steel capacities based upon IMG meetings (ii) Conduct of Meetings with M/o Railways, Planning Commission as well as the State Governments. (iii) Formation of security Committees (iv)Preparation of security templates (v) Induction of representatives of the maritime/coast guard and RPF in the National Level Committee

Proposed Measurement Methodology (i)Measured in terms of number of issues identified and resolved. (ii) Measured in terms of issues identified and pursued with these agencies. (iii) Having such committees in place (iv)Measured in terms of having a standard template in place (v) Measured in terms of induction of representatives

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(i) Investment of specified (i) Measured in Rupees amount for SAIL, RINLs capex spent. programme in the period April, (ii) Measured in 2010-March 2011. volumetric/weight terms or on (ii) Attaining targeted milestones percentage completion basis of physical progress on ground (iii) Measured in terms of by SAIL and RINL . frequency of conduct of (iii) Timelines/frequency of meetings, purely on a quarterly review of SAIL, RINL and basis NMDC (iv)Measured in terms of (iv)Ensuring placement of order t i m e l i n e s . for Sinter plant Package for (v)Measured in terms of Steel Plant at Nagarnar, timelines. Chhattisgarh (v) Ensuring placement of order for Pelletisation Package for 1.2 mtpa pellet plant at Donimalai, Karanataka

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(i)Ensuring placement of order Measured in terms of timelines for Package-III for development of Kumaraswamy iron ore mine. (ii)Submission of Mine plan to Ministry of Coal, New Delhi for development of Shahpur East and Shahpur West Coal Blocks. (iii)Preparation of TEFR for beneficiation, transportation of fines/ slimes from Bailadila to Vizag through pipeline and Pellet Plant at Jagdalpur/ Vizag (i) Commencement of activity Measured in terms of timelines on ground for Ferro Alloy JV Units. (ii) Signing of the Joint Venture Agreement for NMDC-SAIL JV for development of Arki Limestone mine (iii)Listing of OMDC shares at Bombay Stock Exchange (i) Facilitating selection Measured in terms of timelines of Book Running Lead Manager (BRLM) for Offer for Sale of SAIL (ii) Dematting of GoI shares in , SAIL , NMDC and transfer of shares to Offer for Sale Account, Audit of Accounts of SAIL, etc. (iii) Restructuring of SAIL Board (ii) Amendment of Article of Association of MOIL (v) Restructuring of MOIL Board Pursuing with DPE for granting Measured in terms of timelines Maharatna status to SAIL and Navratna status to RINL Timely submission and follow up Measured in terms of timelines. of proposals.

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(i) Submission of interim report on Rural Demand Survey (ii) Addition of retail outlets in rural areas.

(i)Measured in terms of timelines (ii) Measured in terms of number

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(i)Release of funds for approved (i)Measured in terms of amount projects released. (ii) Monitoring of R&D projects (ii) Measured in terms of with SDF number (iii) Identification of areas in (iii) Measured in number of which energy consumption CDM projects could be reduced (iv) Measured in terms of (iv)Improving the waste timelines utilization in steel plants

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Results Framework Document (RFD) for Ministry of Steel

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Section 5: Specific Performance Requirements from other Departments


Specific Performance requirements from other Ministries /Departments (i) Support from the Ministry of Railways for the effective conduct of the Joint Consultative Mechanism Meeting and early implementation of its recommendations (ii) Early environment/forest clearances from the M/o Environment & Forests and State Governments. (iii) Allocation of coal blocks by the Coal Ministry. (iv) Issue of early final orders by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs regarding merger of MEL with SAIL. (v) Support from the Ministry of Home Affairs and its agencies for enhancing security at steel plants and mines. (vi) Support from Department of Disinvestment for early completion MOIL and SAILs present disinvestment programme (vii) Support from the Ministry of Finance/Ministry of Commerce regarding proposed fiscal reforms /tariff measures. (viii) Support from the Ministries of Surface Transport, Power and State Governments for provision of appurtenant infrastructure. (ix) Support from the Ministry of Heavy Industries and the Department of Public Enterprises in the matter of attainment of Maharatna status of SAIL and Navratna status of RINL.

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