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RIGHT TO INFRMATION ACT, 2005
Chapter # 9

PROCEDURE FOLLOWED TO TAKE A DECISION
Various committees have been constituted by the Director. They have meetings quite often and discuss the matters pertaining to their area. Director is apprised of the recommendations arrived at these meetings. He takes the decisions considering all facts. His decision is final.

LAID DOWN PROCEDURES TO ARRIVE AT A DECISION

All important matters are decided by the Director in consultation with committees. These committees are formed from time to time with laid down Terms of Reference.

ARRANGEMENTS TO COMMUNICATE THE DECISIONS TO PUBLIC

Through newspapers, notice-boards and web-site.

OFFICERS WHOSE OPINIONS ARE SOUGHT FOR PROCESS OF DECISION MAKING
  • Director

  • Controller of Admn./Admn. Off./controller of Finance and Acctts/Controller of Purchase

  • Chairmen of Committees

  • Decision Unit In-charge

  • Other relevant officers

FINAL AUTHORITY THAT WETS THE DECISION
Director, CSIO

MATTERS ON WHICH DECISION IS TAKEN

Subject on which decision is taken

Matters pertaining to CSIO

Guidelines/Directions, if any

As per guidelines received from CSIR from time to time

Process of execution

In critical matters, decision is taken by the Director in consultation with concerned committee members

Designation of officers involved in decision making

Director/CoA/AO/CoF&A/CoSP/scientists member of Committee

Contact information of above officers

Through PIO

If not satisfied by the decision, where and how to appeal

Director General, CSIR by written communication