Institutional Mechanism

Distribution of duties

Raj Bhavan's Household :

Joint Secretary to Governor (HH): Smt V.Nagamani

  1. Supervision of House Hold Wing of Raj Bhavan and allied matters
  2. Supervision and control over Household wing including Accounts Wing
  3. Attend to the requirements of the Governor and the Main House
  4. Maintenance of the Governor's Residential Building
  5. Supervision over Main House Kitchen / purchases, Household purchases and Stores, Raj Bhavan Guest House, Raj Bhavan Gardens and Lawns, Garage, Dispensary, Security arrangements, Telephone Exchange, Officers' quarters and quarters in Raj Bhavan Colony
  6. Allotment of vehicles, monthly review of vehicles utilization, fuel consumption etc
  7. Tour arrangements of the Governor / Lady Governor in districts and outside the State and Guests in the city
  8. Arrangements during Swearing-in-Ceremonies and any other functions at Raj Bhavan
  9. All proposals of D.E.E. (R&B), D.E.E. (Elec.) and Horticulral Officer
  10. Entire Household Establishment including Gazetted Officers
  11. To operate the concerned Head of Accounts related to Budget matters of House hold wing
  12. Any other work entrusted by the Governor / Principal Secretary to Governor

Aide-De-Camp (ADC) : Sri S V Madhav Reddy & Major Sahil Mahajan

  1. Attendance on the Governor, family and guests in Raj Bhavan, receiving and seeing off guests and family members of the Governor at Railway Stations or at Airport and at other terminals, as the case may be.
  2. All matters relating to the piloting and safety of the Governor on roads.
  3. Arrangements of interviews, functions, engagements and visits of Governor and issue of engagement lists with the approval of the Secretary to Governor.
  4. Arranging interviews and engagements of the First Lady.
  5. Drafting up of tour programme and making all arrangements for the movement of the Governor by road, rail or air and making transport arrangements including rail or air ticketing, accommodation scheduling etc.
  6. Supervision of the Guards. Supervision of the work of Security Officer.
  7. Maintenance of Visitors Book.
  8. Recreational activities in the Raj Bhavan.
  9. Procurement of bouquets required for guests / functions and certification of bills thereof on day-to-day basis for arranging payment.
  10. Tour arrangements of the Governor / Lady Governor in districts and outside the State and Guests in the city.

PS to Governor / OSD to Governor : Sri B C Behera

  1. The functions of Private Secretary are to assist the Hon'ble Governor and maintain the record of correspondence / notes of discussions held with various people, instructions, directions and orders given the Hon'ble Governor.
  2. To attend the correspondence of personal nature and with the high official dignitaries.
  3. Providing Secretarial assistance to Hon'ble Governor.
  4. Responsible for keeping important and secret personal papers of the Hon'ble Governor
  5. Accompanying the Hon'ble Governor as and when required.
  6. Communicating the oral orders / Instructions / Requirements indicated by the Hon'ble Governor or Hon'ble Governor's aid to the officers concerned through a proper note for initiating further process.
  7. Ensuring coordination with the officers / staff for the matters of Hon'ble Governor.
  8. Matters relating to Indian Red Cross Society / Rajya Sainik Board / Bharat Scouts and Guides / Cyclone Relief / Tuberculosis Association etc.,
  9. All matters of organizations with which the Governor is associated as Honorary President / Chairman.
  10. Supervision and Coordination regarding the arrangements for Guests of Hon'ble Governor.
  11. Any other instructions issued by the Hon'ble Governor and Secretary to Governor.

Chief Security Officer (CSO) : Sri Peter & Sri Ch V V Mallikarjuna Rao

Chief Security Officer to Governor is a DSP rank Officer on deputation from Police Department. The duties and responsibilities are slightly different from the responsibilities of CSO to CM, in view of the fact that in case of Governor there is a separate office of ADC. Keeping this fact in mind various duties and responsibilities of CSO to Governor are indicated below:

  1. Primarily responsible for the safety and security of the Governor, whether the Governor is inside Raj Bhavan or outside on tour.
  2. Reconnaissance of the route to and from places where Governor takes part in functions and liaises with the authorities concerned.
  3. should visit the function site in advance and see the security arrangements, besides the arrangements for comfortable conduct of the Governor to the venue and to the dais.
  4. To bring such contingencies to the notice of ADC on duty for appropriate decision in case, any changes are required in minute-to-minute programme,
  5. Should supervise the security arrangements in Raj Bhavan and static camps while on tour.
  6. Should be easily available to ADC on duty during functions / programmes and appointments of Governor.
  7. During visits of VIPs supervision of security arrangements inside Raj Bhavan and colony and to inform the ADC about the same.
  8. Any untoward incident worth reporting be brought to the notice of the ADC on duty, bearing in mind that no trivial reports should be magnified and made an issue of.
  9. Incharge of Raj Bhavan guard and responsible for their proper turnout, discipline and work.
  10. Liaises with the local police authorities about the security arrangements and route bandobust within and outside the city.
  11. Performs patrolling during day and night rounds every day in Raj Bhavan compound checking the guards and taking prompt action in case of any dereliction of duty.

Accounts wing :

Accounts Officer : Kum S Sasikala & Sri G Satyanarayana

  1. Acts as Drawing and Disbursing Officer of both Household and Secretariat wings and functions under the control of the Secretary through the Deputy Secretary/Joint Secretary/Additional Secretary to Governor(House Hold)
  2. Budget and correspondence relating thereto of Raj Bhavan and allied matters.
  3. GAP Act & Rules, 1987 and its correspondence with the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi.
  4. Submission of monthly accounts to the Governor through the Secretary to Governor.
  5. Reconciliation of Departmental expenditure figures with the Accountant General and Pay and Accounts Office.
  6. Checking of expenditure vouchers from the Steward for Household expenditure Scrutinizing of Abstract Contingent, Pay, Supplementary bills and also T.A. Bills of all Gazetted and Non Gazetted Staff and any other claims and expenditure under all heads of account for drawal.
  7. Arranging for conduct of completion of Audit of Accounts by Accountant General, Telangana.
  8. Auditing of Contingent Bills of expenditure under all heads of account for drawal.
  9. Scrutinizing of all Ledgers, Cash books of Government money and relevant registers maintained by the Cashier, Household and also Secretariat Section.
  10. All bills of engineering wing.

Engineering wing :

Deputy Executive Engineer (Electrical) : Sri U Anjaneyulu

He is assisted by one Assistant Executive Engineer (Electrical), Assistant Wireman and Electrical helpers. All matters relating to Electrical installation / Air Conditioning and Electrical Maintenance of Raj Bhavan Buildings and Staff Quarters. Disciplinary control of subordinate electrical staff. Coordination with Electrical Authority. Submits Quarterly review of works with reference to expenditure to Secretary to Governor through Deputy Secretary / Joint Secretary / Additional Secretary to Governor (HH).

Deputy Executive Engineer (Civil): Smt K.V.M.G.Bhavani

He is assisted by one Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil). All matters relating to Civil works including water supply to Sumps / over head tank, repairs to water lines, over head tanks and water connections, cleaning of over head tanks. Disciplinary control of subordinate civil staff. Submits Quarterly review of works with reference to expenditure should be submitted to Secretary to Governor through Deputy Secretary/Joint Secretary/Additional Secretary to Governor (HH).