INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
NEW DELHI -110002
PURSUANCE OF SECTION 4(1) (b)
THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT,
PUBLISHED ON 01/03/2013.
Indian Institute of Public Administration
(Information under Section 4 of RTI Act 2005)
(As on 01-03-2013)
The particulars of the organization, functions and duties
The Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi,
I.P. Estate, Ring Road, New Delhi 110002
Registered as Society under Societies
Registration Act XXI of 1860.
Functions & Duties
The objects of the Society its Memorandum of Association (MoA) and Rules are as follows,
to promote and provide for the study of Public
Administration and Economic and Political Science with special reference to
public administration and the machinery of government and for educational
purposes incidental thereto:
to undertake, organize and facilitate
study courses, conferences and lectures and research in matters relating to
public administration and the machinery of government.
to undertake and provide for the publication of a journal
and of research papers and books to impart training in and promote study of
to establish and maintain libraries and information
services to facilitate the study of
Public Administration and spreading information in regards thereto;
constitute or cause to be constituted Regional Branches at
convenient centres in India to promote the objects of the Society;
to cooperate with approved institutions and bodies for the
purposes of helping the cause of public administration;
(vii) to issue
appeals and application for money and funds in furtherance of the said
objects and to accept
gifts, donations and subscription of cash and securities and of any property
either movable or immovable;
(viii) to invest and
deal with funds and money of the Society;
to acquire, purchase or otherwise own or take on lease or
hire in the State of Delhi or outside, temporarily or permanently, any movable
or immovable property necessary or convenient for the furtherance of the
to sell, mortgage, alter, improve or develop any buildings
or works necessary or convenient for the purposes of the Society;
to construct, maintain, alter, improve or develop any
buildings or works necessary or convenient for the purposes of the Society;
(xii) to undertake
and accept the management of any endowment or trust fund or donation;
(xiii) to establish
a provident fund for the benefits of the employees of the Society;
(xiv) to offer
prizes and grant scholarships and stipends in furtherance of the objects of the
to do all such other lawful things as conductive or
incidental to all attainment of the above objects;
powers and duties of its officers and employees.
Director is the Head of the Administration and the Faculty. He is supported by the following
1. Registrar – In-charge of the Administration
Dy. Registrar (AS) -Looking after Training, Membership, Hostel, and Research & Co-ordination Unit
Dy. Registrar (Finance) -Looking after charge of Accounts, Pension, and Maintenance Section.
Assistant Registrar (Administration)-Looking after Administration Section (including Store, Dispatch, Reception, Security), Hostel, and Research and Co-ordination Unit
Librarian -looks after
the entire work relating to Library duly supported by two Dy. Librarians and One Asst. Librarian with other staff
Assistant Editor -looks after works relating to publications of books, journals Newsletter, annual reports etc., and is duly supported by Asstt. Publication Officer and other Staff members.
They are duly supported by other staff
3. The procedure followed in the decision making process,
including channels of supervision and accountability.
The Procedures and processes are broadly followed as per
Govt. of India norms/ pattern and as laid down by the Executive Council and
various Committees /Sub-Committees
norms set by it for the discharge of its functions.
per norms/procedures laid down by the Institute.
5. The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records,
held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its
the rules and regulations are as per Govt. of India norms which include the
(b) Swamy’s Hand Book
Institute’s Service Bye-Laws
Orders etc., issued from time to time.
6. A statement of the categories of documents
that are held by it or under its control.
the Important Documents Held by the Institute
Minutes Of The Executive Council Meetings
Minutes Of The Standing Committee Meetings
Copies Of Annual Reports and proceedings
Service Records of the Employees
Memorandum of Association and Rules
7. The particulars of any arrangement that exists for
consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation
to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.
representation on Executive Council and other Committees from various Sections
of the Society.
8. A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other
bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the
purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils,
committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such
meetings are accessible for public.
The details of the Office Bearers and members of the
Governing Body and other Committee as per Annexure
directory of its officers and employees.
list of Officers and Employees is shown as Annexure‘B’.
10. The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and
employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations.
Pay-scales and pattern of allowances are as per VIth Pay Commission norms of GoI/UGC
as adopted by the Institute. Details as per Annexure ‘C’.
11. The budget allocated to each of
its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans proposed expenditures and
reports on disbursements made.
Budget Estimate for 2012-13 is shown as in Annexure-‘D’.
The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the
details of beneficiaries of such programmes.
13. Particulars of recipients of
concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it.
14. Details in respect of the information
available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form.
information can be viewed at our website www.iipa.org.in
regards the Library the information is shown on the website www.iipalibrary.in
also subscribes to scores of information in variety of formats.
about all these resources is available to users electronically through
library’s own webpage www.iipalibrary.in
15. The particulars of facilities
available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of
a library or reading room, it maintained for public use.
Monday-Friday 9 AM - To - 7 PM
Saturday 9 AM - To - 5:30 PM
Days: Open on all days Except 3 National Holidays and
day other day declared to be closed)
The following persons are eligible to make use of Library
Members of the Institute
Members of the Faculty and staff of the
Participants in the training courses andotherprogrammes
Persons engaged in the study and research
Persons engaged in the study and research of
public administration and allied disciplines may with the approval of the
Librarian be enrolled as casual members on payment of a fee at the rate of
Rs.10/- per day
or Ordinary Member Rs. 500 & Rs.
1000 for borrowing 1 or 2 books respectively at a time
Casual Visitor Rs 10
per day with no borrowing facilities
16. The names, designations and
other particulars of the Public Information Officers.
Public Information Officer Dr. B.D. Singh, DR (AS)
Assistant Public Information Officer 1. Mrs. Sunita Gulati
2. Shri Dipankar Guha
First Appellate Authority Director, IIPA
17. Such other information as may be
necessary information under RTI Act, 2005 can be obtained from the Public
Information Officer, IIPA, IP Estate, Ring Road, New Delhi by furnishing an application along
with a fee of Rs.
10/- by means of DD/Pay Order drawn in favour of “IIPA, New