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Central Information Commission (CIC)’S Directives Dated 15-11-2010 Under Section 19 (8) (A) To The Public Authority For Time-Bound Implementation Of Section 4 Obligation Under RTI Act, 2005.

1. To catalogue records and index them for easy dissemination and disclosure within 6 months.

Reply: The FDDI is already cataloguing all the necessary records and indexing them for easy dissemination and disclosure.

2. To computerize records in a phased manner subject to availability of resource.

Reply: The FDDI is computerizing the records in a phased manner.

3. To complete the action as ordinate under section 4(1) (b) within a period of 120 days from the dated of order i.e. 15-11-2010 by all public authorities.

Reply: Yes, the action as ordinate under section 4(1)(b) within a period of 120 days from receiving the letter has been done by the FDDI.

4. To designate a sufficiently Senior Officer as “Transparency Officer” (with all necessary supporting personal) within 30 days of the order to oversee the 

    implementation of Section 4 obligations and communication of names of the Transparency Officers to the CIC by the Public Authority.

Reply: Yes, Mr. Ashish Kumar, Manager (RCIP), FDDI as “Transparency Officer”

5. To uploaded the information in compliance with Section 4 obligation by Public Authorities on portal to be set up exclusively for this purpose by the

     CIC.

Reply: Yes, the same is being forwarded in compliance with Section 4.

6. The complete action as ordinate under section 4(1)(b) of the RTI Act 2005Publish within one hundred and twenty days from the enactment of this Act,

     — (i) the particulars of its organization, functions and duties;

Reply FDDI is a premier institute in design and management which is recognized as centre of excellence. The institute was set up in 1986 by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry under the Society Registration Act, 1860 with an objective to provide one stop solution to the footwear and allied industry.

7. Functions of the FDDI are:-

To develop Human resources within the country by imparting appropriate knowledge and skills to promote growth of Leather; Leather Garments. Leather goods and Accessories and Leather products industry and Retail industry in the country.

To impart training, designing & engineering and technology related to the Leather, Leather Garments, Leather goods and Accessories, other Leather products industry and Retail industry leading to Diploma or Degree of Certificates in the respective fields.

Location: FDDI operates from its own campus at A/10-A, Sector 24, Noida. It has other campuses in Fursatganj, Chennai, Chhindwara, Kolkata, Rohtak and Jodhpur.

CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS OF FDDI CAMPUSES

NOIDA

FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
A - 10 / A, Sector – 24 NOIDA - 201 301
Gautam  Budh  Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, INDIA
Tel:  - 91-120 - 4500100, Fax : 120-2412556, 2411301
E-mail: contact@fddiindia.com
FURSATGANJ
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Sultanpur Road, Near Police Station, Adj. Indira Gandhi Udan Academy Fursatganj, Dist. Amethi, Uttar Pradesh. Pin- 229302
Tel: +91-535-2441533/ 37/ 40/ 42
E-mail: fursatganjcampus@fddiindia.com
KOLKATA
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Inside Kolkata Leather Complex (Gate No. 3)
Mouza: Karaidanga, J.L No: 32 -35, Gangapur, Near Banatala, P.S: Kolkata, District: South 24-Parganas, West Bengal - 743502
Tel: 9073962697, 9073962692, 9073962695
E-mail: kolkatacampus@fddiindia.com
ROHTAK
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Plot No. 1, Sector-31B, IMT Rohtak, Haryana.
Tel: - 01262-660830, 01262-660839, 01262-660848
E-mail: rohtakcampus@fddiindia.com
 
CHENNAI
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Plot No. E-1, 7th Main Road, SIPCOT Industrial Park, Irungattukottai, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu.
Tel:- 044-49049686, 608
Email: chennaicampus@fddiindia.com
 
CHHINDWARA
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Imlikhera Chowk, Chhindwara-Nagpur Road Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh.
Tel:  - 07162-277001, 002, 004, 007
E-mail: chhindwaracampus@fddiindia.com
 
JODHPUR
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
At National Highway 65, 
In Front of Nimba Nimdi Railway Fatak Village: Mandore, Tehshil: Jodhpur - 342304
Dist: Jodhpur, Rajasthan - 342304
Tel:  - 0291-2577555, 690
E-mail: jodhpurcampus@fddiindia.com
GUNA
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Puraposar Road, Gram Maharajpura, Hanuman Tekri ke Piche, Panchayat haripur,
Phawa No. 42, Survey No. 57/1 58, 61/1/1 1, 
District - Guna, Madhya Pradesh
Tel:  - 8966959777, 8222847777
E-mail: gunacampus@fddiindia.com
PATNA
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Patna Megha Industrial Park, Plot No: B-6 (P) Bihta,
Patna.
Tel: - 8969881693
E-mail: patnacampus@fddiindia.com
 
HYDERABAD
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Near LIDCAP, H.S Dargah, Gachi Bowli,
Hyderabad - 08, Telangana.
Tel:  - 040-65744443, 9000311175
E-mail: hyderabadcampus@fddiindia.com
CHANDIGARH
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
NH-7, Chandigarh-Patiala Highway, Near ITI, Banur,
S.A.S. Nagar, Mohali (Near Chandigarh),  Punjab - 140601
Tel:  - 9888775899, 8295766799, 9877693932 
E-mail: chandigarhcampus@fddiindia.com
ANKLESHWAR
 
FOOTWEAR DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
An Institution of National Importance as per FDDI Act 2017
Plot No. H-3301, Sardar Park Road, GIDC, Ankleshwar, Dist - Bharuch, Gujarat - 393002
Tel:  -  91-7572887773, 9661177706 
E-mail: ankleshwarcampus@fddiindia.com
 
 

8. The powers and duties of its officers and employees;

Reply: Powers and Duties of officers and employees:

Powers Delegated to

Administrative Powers

Financial Powers

Chairman 

The Chairman plays a non-executive role in the governing of FDDI. He is responsible for:  

Chairing the Governing Council;

the future directions and long-term planning of FDDI;

promote FDDI in the government and industry;

Interface with investors.

Approve the FDDI Five Year Plan and the Budget

Managing Director

Overall day-to-day management of FDDI

Long-term and strategic planning for FDDI

Control over the overall financial and operational performance of FDDI.

Formulate business development strategies for growth of FDDI

 Provide and promote a quality & environment vision for the organization, to appoint and support the Management Representative and personnel responsible for implementing quality & environment.

To define responsibility, authority and the interrelation between personnel and ensure employee motivation and morale are high.

Ensure smooth functioning of top management.

Provide Chairman, Governing Council status on FDDI progress and problems

To chair staff meetings and participate in the management review process

Prepare the FDDI 5 Year Plan.

Signing of all major institutional contracts.

 

Approval of FDDI budget and plans, approval of all expenses recurring or capital in nature.

Secretary

Formulation of Human Resource Management strategy in accordance with organisation’s objective .

 Supervision of the selection & recruitment, deployment process of the employees & authorisation of the service contract after approval of Managing Director.

To plan up gradation, technical knowhow & training needs of the existing employees in consultation with the Director (Technical).

To formulate and coordinate administrative rules & policies for admission, examination, extracurricular, exchange programmes of various campuses of FDDI.

Performance evaluation and promotion of staff in consultation with, Director (A&F) & Director (Tech).

To plan & oversee the financial expenses.

 To chalk out broad strategy for up gradation & modernisation.

 Preparation of inputs for FDDI budget and plans.

Planning & monitoring of the overall financial and operational performance of FDDI.

Formulate business development strategies for growth of FDDI.

Planning & monitoring & execution of the Government projects.

Preparation of inputs for the Governing Council & details.

To provide inputs for the government on issues related to the organisation’s objective.

To interact with the government bodies on the issues related to the sector’s growth.

 Issues related to the Quality & Environment Policy and any deviations from the approved Quality & Environment System.

To formulate & coordinate rules pertaining to welfare of employees, medical, LTC & leaves etc.

To ensure coordination & compliance, common rules & regulations in various campuses for uniformity & standardisation of admission, examination & promotion of students.

Approval of expenses of Rs 25,000/- & above

 

Executive Director

Formulation of Human Resource Management strategy in accordance with organisation’s objective of FDDI.

 To provide policy & procedural direction on day-to-day administration of the concerned campus.

Planning of administrative functions, policies & procedure.

Welfare of staffs & students, issues related to the welfare, establishment of the procedure & compliance.

To design & implementation of Disaster management plan for the institutes.

Local purchase of routine nature.

  • Coordination of all general administrative matters and issuance of executive instructions.
  • Day to day functioning of campus related to the training, admin & other functions as applicable.
  • Resolution of issues related to the Quality & Environment Policy and any deviations from the approved Quality & Environment System.
  • To ensure the implementation of policies & rules made by the FDDI-Head office for employees.
  • Preparation of inputs related to FDDI campus and development of the policies, procedure & execution.
  • Participate in the management review process.
  • To identify resource requirements of the concerned campuses.

Sanction & approval of financial expenses, resources as per rule

Upto Rs 25,000/-

Deputy General Manager

Planning/Organising, monitoring of training of department courses.

Ensure that the department implements the documented quality system.

Undertake & market consultancy services.

Generating business through consultancy.

Control of course material and test papers.

Ensure that all resources for the training are available for all courses.

Ensure that student related facilities and being maintained and provided.

Ensure that all the compliance related to training and related activities are being met with utmost clarity.

To communicate issue pertaining to training and facilities for students.

To address grievances of students and take effective actions to eliminate the cause keeping long term interest of the institute.

Maintain records relating to training and facilities provision.

To initiate disciplinary action on the complaints received against student

Contribute prepare and deliver input/output on project related activities.

NIL

Chief Consultant

To market, organize and implement consultancy projects.

To guide students in project work.

To prepare weekly time table of the long term and short term courses.

To co-ordinate student related activities.

To impart training to long term and short term courses.

NIL

DGM (Training Cell)

Coordination with examination bodies for conducting entrance examination of Long Term Courses.

Coordination with all Head of the Departments for scheduling of long term classes.

Arranging infrastructure and training aids in coordination with the departments for the classes.

Coordination with visiting faculty for schedule in consultation with departments.

Release of approved timetable for the classes.

Release of advertisement for courses on time.


Ensure that all marks have been entered to the students records in time and with 100% accuracy.


Declaration of result as per schedule.


Collection of Feedback and analysis of report.


To keep abreast the institute and its stake holders about statutory and regulatory (including legal) requirement in the area of training.


To prepare and communicate such documents as above in time with accuracy.


To maintain all the records & documents pertaining to training.


To ensure all certificates issued to the students are being provided only after suitable verification and as per laid down criteria.

NIL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department Head

 

Planning/Organising, conducting/monitoring of training of department courses.

Monitor quality of teaching in the departments and incorporate improvements.

Prepare lesson plan and ensure availability of resources.

Administration of department and courses.

Prepare monthly report.

Assessment of staff in the department.

Ensure that the department implements the documented quality system.

Undertake consultancy.

Generating business through consultancy.

Meet the revenue targets laid down for the department

Control of course material and test papers.

Prepare, update and review of course material and keep the department staff informed of current material/information.

Ensure manuals are available for all courses.

Train a second in line to run the department.

Record Keeping.

Maintain records relating to job work, students performance, consultancy, maintenance, customised courses and consultancy income.

NIL

Sr. Manager (Cor- porate & Public Relations)

 

Running and maintaining of the FDDI placement cell

Develop corporate relation for FDDI with the leading houses

Manage & coordinate all activities related to Placement

To coordinate for conducting of the interview

To collect market feedback about the placement need

To develop placement brochure in time

Designing Presentations for FDDI as and when required

Maintain all records related to the placement cell

Any other duties as & when required.

NIL

9. The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability;

Reply: Procedure as decided by GC is followed. MD, FDDI is the principal Executive Officer of FDDI.

10. The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions;

Reply: The norms are set with the approval of GC for discharge of functions related to routine matters /financial matters /legal matters and other policies

11. The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions;

Reply: The General Service Rules approved by the Governing Council from time to time

12. a statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control;

Reply: Categories of Documents held or under control of Financial matters. Few registers are maintained and most relevant records are available in softcopies.

13. 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;

Reply: The GC is the Supreme decision making body. We also have Associate members from Industry. Any representation given is with due consideration by management and GC. Representation Of students and parents are looked after by the training department.

14. 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;

Reply: The professional and result oriented Governing Council of FDDI is a judicious blend of representatives from the Government, Educational Institutions such as Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI) Chennai, National Institute of Design (NID) - Ahmedabad, National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) as well as the top representatives of the Industry from all over the country.

Governing Council of the Institute constituted under sub-section (3) of section 4 of THE FOOTWEAR DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE ACT, 2017.

Member Description

 Designation

An eminent academician, scientist, or industrialist from leather sector, to be nominated by the Central Government.

 Chairman

The Managing Director, FDDI.

 Ex officio Member

The Joint Secretary in the Ministry or Department in the Government of India dealing with Footwear Design and Development Institute.  Ex officio Member
The Joint Secretary in the Ministry or Department in the Government of India dealing with the leather, retail or fashion sector.  Ex officio Member
The Director Finance of the Ministry or the Department in the Government of India dealing with Footwear Design and Development Institute.  Ex officio Member
A representative of Ministry or Department in the Government of India dealing with skill development and entrepreneurship.

 Ex officio Member

Four professionals or industrialists to represent the Council for Leather Exports, the Indian Leather Garments Association, the Indian Footwear Components Manufacturers Association and the Confederation of Indian Industry National Committee on Leather, Footwear and Leather Products, to be nominated by the Central Government.

 Member/ s

One person each from the National Institute of Fashion Technology, National Institute of Design, the Central Leather Research Institute, the Indian Institute of Technology and the Indian Institute of Management, to be nominated by the Central Government.  Member/ s
The Secretary, FDDI

 Non-member Secretar

 

The Names, Designation and Particulars of First Appellate Authorities (FAA) & Central Public Information Officers (CPIO)

In terms of section 5(1) of the Right to Information Act,2005 the company has designated the following officers as Appellate Authority and Central Public Information Officer for its administrative Offices

Sl. No.

Campus / Center

Name & Designation of CPIO

FAA

1.        

Head Office

 Mr. Sandeep Bhatia,         DGM (Training Cell)

Executive Director , Noida 

2.        

Noida

 Mr. Sandeep Bhatia,         DGM (Training Cell) Executive Director , Noida 

3.        

Fursatganj

Mr. Avinash Bajpai, Sr. Faculty Executive Director , Fursatganj

4.        

Hyderabad

Mr. Arun Kumar Gaikwad, Sr. Faculty (RM) Executive Director , Hyderabad
5.
Patna Mr. Sanjeev Mishra, Sr. Faculty (FT) Executive Director , Noida
6. Chennai Mr. Johnson Jerald, Dy. Manager (Miant.) Executive Director , Chennai
7. Kolkata Ms. Priyanka Upadhay, Dy. Manager (Admin & Pers.) Executive Director , Kolkata
8. Guna Mr. Sourabh Agrawal, Asst. Manager (Miant.) Executive Director , Guna
9. Ankleshwar Mr. Pankaj Tiwari, Asst. Manager (Miant.) Executive Director , Ankleshwar
10. Jodhpur Mr. Ganpat Lal Lakhara Dy. Manager (ITSC) Executive Director , Jodhpur
11. Rohtak Mr. Vikas Kumar, Dy. Manager (Training) Executive Director , Rohtak
12. Banur Mr. Ritesh Gupta, Consultant   (RM) Executive Director , Banur
13. Chhindwara Mr. Sankoch Katre, Dy. Manager (ITSC.) Executive Director , Chhindwara
14. PSDP Mr. Manoj Agrawal, Sr. Manager (Admin & Pers.) Executive Director , PSDP

 

Transparency/ Nodal Officer
Mr Ashish Kumar
FDDI, A-10A, Sector 24, Noida-201301
0120-4500107