Duties and responsibilities of the Technical and non Technical officers​​

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Technical

Dy General Manager/Senior Manager/Manager

  1. To supervise the Work of the Departments/Divisions in their control, i.e. Trg./Production Deptt.
  2. To plan and distribute work amongst the subordinate officers in the Department/Divisions under their control.
  3. To fix Departmental target and plan and take necessary action to achieve both financial and physical target fixed for the year.

Senior Engineer/Engineer/Foreman

  1. To supervise the subordinate staff under their control
  2. To take required measures for optimum use of machines and manpower under their control.
  3. To assist the Senior Manager/Manager to plant in achieving the target.

 

Master Craftsman/Technician Gr.I/Technician Gr.II

  1. To work with the machines/execute the jobs allotted to them.
  2. To ensure timely completion of job with minimum rejection of the work.

 

Non Technical

Senior Manager/Manager:

  1. To overall supervise the work of administration, personnel, accounts and purchase division/Sections.
  1. To assist General Manager for preparing Agenda and Agenda Notes/Minutes of the Governing Council meeting/other meetings.
  2. To assist the General Manager in planning, budgeting and coordination.

Senior Administrative Officer

  1. To look after recruitment, HRD, security and housekeeping activities.
  2. To assist Senior Manager/Manager in planning and coordination.
  3. To look after staff welfare activities.

 

Senior Accounts Officer

  1. To look after the financial, Accounts activities of the Centre.
  2. He is the drawing and disbursing officer.
  3. To look after P.F./ESI/Income Tax/Insurance etc.
  4. To supervise staff under his control

 

Senior Engineer In charge Purchase:

To look after the Purchase activities for the centre.

Store Officer

  1. In charge of the both Production and Training store.
  2. To look after the activities of the Store.

 

Receptionist, Accountant, Administrative Assistants, PAs

(Support Staff):

To assist their immediate authority for activities of their respective Section including maintenance files, noting and drafting etc.

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Proceedings of the Society

  1. An Annual General Meeting of the Society shall be held at  such   date, time and place as may be determined by  the president. At such annual meetings, the Society shall submit drafts of the annual report and yearly accounts for discussion and recommendations. The same shall thereafter be adopted and passed by the Society with such modifications as may be deemed proper.
  2. Except as otherwise provided in these rules, all meetings of the Society shall be called by notice under the hand of the Secretary.


A Special General Meeting may be convend at any time in accordance with the Provisions of section 11 (3) of the Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960.

Every notice calling a meeting of the society shall state the date,  time and  place at which such meeting will be held and shall be served   upon    member  of   the Society  not less than twenty – one clear days before the day appointed for the meeting.

A notice may be served upon any member of the society either personally or by sending it by post in the envelope addressed to such member at his address in the roll of members.

Any notice so served by post shall be deemed to have been served on the day on which in the ordinary course it would have been delivered to the addresses and proof that the envelope containing such notice was properly addressed and duly posted will be sufficient proof of such service.

If the president is not present at the meeting of the Society the members of the Society the members of the society shall choose one of the members present to be the chairman of the meeting. No business shall be discussed at any meeting of the society except the election of a chairman whilst the chair is vacant.

One-third of the members of the society (any fraction containing in that one-third being rounded off as one) present in person   including a   substitute   appointed   under  Rule-5, if any,  shall form a quorum at every meeting of the society.

All disputed questions at meeting of the Society shall be determined by majority vote.

Each member of the Society shall have one vote.

In the event of an equality of votes, the chairman shall have a casting vote.

The President may, in writing, delegates such of his powers as he may consider necessary to the Director and / or Secretary.

Memorandum of Association

  1. The  name of the Society shall be " GOVERNMENT TOOL ROOM & TRAINING CENTRE"
  1. The office of the Society shall be situated at Bangalore i.e, at Industrial Estate, Rajajinagar, Bangalore – 560 044.
  1. The objects for which the Society is established are;

i)Training of youngmen as Tool & Die Makes;

ii)To provide training for young men and women in high technology areas like Electronics, Computers, Software developmet etc.

iii)Provision of advisory and consultancy services to small scale and other Industries on matters relating to tooling without  involving any profit motive and the sums so realised be applied  to further the objects of the Society.

iv)To undertake works of reearch and development of new tools, materials and techniques in the areas of metal working and tool making without motive of profit making;

v)Provide service facilities in the design,manufacture and try-out of plastic moulds, die-casting dies, press tools,jigs and fixtures and other tools at cost to cover the direct and indirect overhead expenditure including training expenditure without involving any profit motive,surplus, if any, will be applied to further the objects of the Society in expanding its services and training facilities;

vi)To Provide consultancy without motive of profit in developing products, toolings for import substitution items and items of high technological content for user industries / Institution;

vii)Provision of workshop services for turnig,milling,drilling, boring,hobbing,Spark erodig,heat-treatment, etc, to industries at cost to cover the direct and  indirect overhead expenditure including training expenditure without involving any profit motive. Surplus, if any, will be applied to further the objects of the Society in expanding its service and training facilities;

viii)Recommending measures to standardise components, dies, jigs, fixtures, and other tools and sums so realised be applied to further the objects of the society.

ix)Design, development and manufacture without motive of profit, sub-assemblies, special purpose machines for  R & D institutions.

x)To provide research facilities for carrying out basic and applied research in the concerned discipline such as tooling, production technology, advance manufacturing methods etc. without motive of profit.

xi)To Promote, develop and improve exchange of scientific and technological knowledge as well as to promote technical co-operation between similar research institutions.

xii)To award certificates as may be appropriate to those who successfully completed the training courses.

xiii)To institute and award fellowships ,scholarships, prizes and  medals in accordance with the Rules and Regulations.

xiv)To provide,award, institute fellowship, scholarships, stipends, and other payments to students and scholars to facilitate their undertaking research and development  work in the area of concerned interest to society without  motive of profit.

xv)To provide training for rural artisans in the field of modern technologies and skills like solar energy, Biogas,operation and maintenance of pumps, motors and other devices etc. so as to upgrade rural skills.

xvi)To impose and recover affiliation and other fees and charges for services rendered.

xvii)To sell or dispose of products, Bye-products and waste material of the society.

xviii)To make available to other techniaques and materials developed in the institution without  motive of profit.

xix)To conduct conferences, refresher courses, lecturos, seminars,demonstration and exhibition relating to research and development activities without motive of profit.

xx)Co-operation with other R & D establishments in joint developmental efforts involving other disciplines.

xxi)To impose and recover charges for workshop services rendered.​

xxii)To accept money by way of grants, gifts,donations,benefactions,bequeaths or transfers and other assistace from the Government of Karnataka and other sources, Indian or Foreign or enter into any agreements with them, with a view to promoting and objectives of the society, provided that in respect of foreign sourses prior approval of the Government of India is obtained.

xxiii)To borrow of raise moneys with or without security or on the security or of   mortgage, charge hypothecation or pledge over all or any property belonging to the society or in any other manner whatsoever.

 

xxiv)To maintain a Fund to which shall be credited:

  1. All moneys provided by the Government of India / Karnataka;
  2. All fees and other charges including sale proceeds of products, bye – productcts, and  / or waste materils received by the Society;
  3. All moneys received by the Society by way of grants, gifts, donations, benefactions,bequeaths or transfers; and
  4. All money received by the Society in any other manner or from any other resources; 

xxv)To open account with one or more banks; draw,make,accept,endorse and discount cheques, notes or other  negotiable instrument ;

xxvi)To pay all expenses, preliminary or incidental to the formation and registration of the society and for its management and administration;

 xxvii)To build and construct buildings and workshops   and   alter,  extend, improve, repair, enlarge or modify the same and to provide and equip the same with light, water,drainage,furnitre,fittings,machines and all other necessaries;


xxviii)To meet the expenses of the Soceity, out of the fund to buy tools, materils, stores and consumables etc. that may be required to maintain the training, production and service programmes as well as the building and equipment belonging to the Soceity.


xxix)To establish, maintain and manage hostels for the residence of trainees;

xxx)To open sub-centres and branches at places other than Bangalore, with the prior approval of the Government of Karnataka;

xxxi)To establish,operate, promote,run,maintain,manage institutions engaged in advancement of research pertaining to tooling technology and advanced manufacturing without motive of profit.

xxxii)To provide surn-key assistance / project consultancy services for setting up tool rooms in India / abroad.

xxxiii)To promote the activities of GTTC in other parts of of India and / or abroad and to establishment office at these places for liasion and consultancy. 

xxxiv)To acquire by gift, purchase,exchange,lease,heir transfer or  otherwise howsoever any lands,buildings,basements and any property movable and / or immovable and any estate or interest and hold  the same   for   the furtherance of all or any of the objects of the society.

xxxv)To deal with any property whatever belonging to or vested in the Society in such amanner as may be deemed fit for advancing the objectives of the Society provided that prior approval of the Government of Karnataka is obtained for transfer of any immovable property;

xxxvi)To invest the surplus funds not needed for immediate research or development work only in deposits of Nationalised Banks or Government  Securities authorised under Indian Trust Act.

xxxvii)To create any reserve fund, sinking fund, insurance fund or any other special fund whether for depreciation or for repairs, improving,extending or maintaining any of the properties or rights of the Society and /  or for requipment or wastig assets and for any other purpose for which the society deems it expedient or proper to create or maintain any such fund or funds.

xxxviii)To create administrative, technical,clerical and other posts under the society and to make appointment there to in accordance with the  Rules   and Regulations of the Society.

xxxix)To provide for the welfare of employees, ex-employees and their dependents;

xl)To  retain or employ professional or technical advisers, consultants to further the objectives of the Society and to pay there  of such honorarium,  fees, or remuneration as may be thought expedient;


xli) To negotiate and enter into contracts on behalf of the Society and vary or resigned such contracts and sign, execute and deliver such contracts deeds and instruments as may be necessary;

xlii)To constitute such committee or committees as it may deem fit for the disposal of any business of the society for tendering advice in any matter pertaining to the society.

xliii)To accept and receive advisers or experts deputed by DANIDA to work in the Centre of such term's and conditions as may be agreed upon between the Governmet of India and Denmark from time to time;

xliv)To delegate any of the its powers to the Governing Council of the Society or any of the committee or committees constituted by it;

 

xlv)To make rules and regulations and byo-laws for the conduct of the affairs of the Society and to add,to amend, very or reamend  them from time to time with the approval of the Government of Karnataka, and

xlvi)To do all such things as may be necessary, incidental or conducive to the attainment of all / any of the objects of the society.


  1. The Government of Karnataka may appoint one or more persons to review the work and progress of the Society and to hold enquiries into the affairs there of and to report thereon in such manner as the Government of  Karnataka may stipulate. Upon receipt of such report,  the Government of Karnataka may take such action and issue such direction as they may consider necessary in respect of any of the matters dealt within the report and the society shall be bound to comply with such directions.​
  1. The Management of the affairs of the Society is entrusted in accordance with the Rules & Regulations of the Society to the Governing  Council of which the first member are;

 

Sl. NoNameOccupation and Address
1Sri. K.S.N. MURTHY    

Commissioner for Industries &

Commerce and Secretary to Govt.

Commerce & Industries Dept.

Vidhana Soudha, Bagalore – 01.

2Sri.  N.A.  Muthanna

Managing Director,

Karnataka Small Industries,

Development Corporation Ltd.,

Rajajinagar, Bangalore – 44.

3Sri.  Zafar Saifullah

Director of Industries &

Commerce, Vidhana Veedhi,

Bangalore – 560 001

4Sri. G.N. Murthy

Director,

Small Industries Service

Institute, Rajajinagar,

Bangalore -  560 010.

5Sri. Klaus Nyholm       

Representative of the

Royal Danish Embasy,

New Delhi.

6Sri. Louis Jessen         

Chief Adviser,

Govt. Tool Room & Trg. Centre

Rajajinagar, Indl. Estate

Bangalore – 560 044.

7Sri. J.A. Rahim

Director,

Govt. Tool Room & Trg. Centre

Rajajinagar, Indl. Estate

Bangalore – 560 044.

                                  

Non-Officials to be

 

Nominated by the State Government

The above Governing Council shall remain in office for one year from the date of registration of the Society.

The Income and property of the Society, however, derived shall be applied towards the promotion of the objects as set forth in this memorandum of Association subjet never thenless in respect of the expenditure of grants made by the Government of India / Karnataka to such limitations as the Government of India /  Karnataka  may from time to time impose. No portion of the income and property of the society shall be paid or trasfered directly or indirectly by way of dividends, bonus or otherwise howsoever by way of profit to persons, who at any time are or have been members of the Society, or to any time or to any persons claiming through them or any payment in good faith of remuneration to any Society, or for travelling epenses / allowaces halting allowances and other similar charges.

We, the several persons, whose names and addresses are here under subscribed are desirous of being formed into a society in pursuance of this Memorandum of Association under the Mysore, Societies Registration Act 17; 1960, as amended by Act  of 1965, and hold ourselves responsible to manage the affairs of the Society as per the rules, a copy  of which is enclosed. We also authorise Sri. J.A. Rahim, Government Tool Room & Training Centre, Bangalore, to correspond with the Registrar of Societies in Mysore, Bangalore.

Sl.    No.Name                                        Occupation and Address         Signature
 Sri. K.S.N. MURTHY  

Commissioner for Industries &

Commerce and Secretary to Govt.

Commerce & Industries Dept.

Vidhana Soudha, Bagalore – 01.

 

Sd/-
 Sri. Klaus Nyholm

Attache Royal Danish Embasy, 

New Delhi.

Sd/-
 Sri. J.A. Rahim

Director,
Govt. Tool Room & Trg. Centre, Rajajinagar, Indl. Estate,

 Bangalore – 560 044.

Sd/-
 

Sri.Zafar saifullah

 

Director of Industries &

Commerce, Vidhana Veedhi,

Bangalore – 560 001.

Sd/-
 

Sri.N.A Muthanna

 

Managing Director,

Karnataka Small Industries,

Development Corporation Ltd.,

Rajajinagar, Bangalore – 44.

Sd/-
 

Sri. Louis Jessen

 

Chief Adviser,

 Govt. Tool Room & Trg. Centre

Rajajinagar, Indl. Estate,

Bangalore – 560 044.

Sd/-
 Sri. G.N. Murthy

Director,

Small Industries Service

Institute, Rajajinagar,

Bangalore - 560 010.

 

Sd/-

 

 

 

 

Withnesses

Sd/-                                                                                       (K.Ratnakar Rao),

Works Manager,
Govt. Tool Room & Trg. Centre, Rajajinagar, Indl. Estate, Bangalore – 560 044.

Sd/-                                                                                        (Y.Nanjundappa),

Administrative Officer,
Govt. Tool Room & Trg. Centre, Rajajinagar, Indl. Estate Bangalore – 560 044

                                               

Dt.22.7.1976, Bangalore.

(AMENDED VIDE REGISTRATION NO. 320/88-89 DT. 6.1.1989)

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