Birbhum Treasury-II

 Activities Performed           

             The Treasuries are the basic fiscal units and focal point for the primary record of the financial transactions of the State Government. All Government receipts and payments are effected through Treasuries. The Treasuries classify the receipts collected and expenditure to office as per the structural classification of the Government and prepare accounts for transaction to office of the Accountant General (A&E), West Bengal. The treasuries also act as a custodian of Local Fund Accounts and are entrusted with the disbursement of pension to all categories of pensioners.

Under the Birbhum Collectorate at Suri Sadar the journey began with only one treasury i.e. Birbhum Treasury. Considering the increasing work load, in the year 2000, Birbhum Treasury was bifurcated into Birbhum Treasury I & II. It started working separately from 16.08.2000.

Location: Birbhum Treasury II is located at Northern part of the Old Administrative Building (Opposite to the DRDC building and beside the Birbhum District Court building) Suri Birbhum

Organization Structure

Citizen Centric Activities:

Sl No.

List of the citizen related Services

 

1

 DDOs :

Ensuring timely processing of bills for 60 (Sixty) Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) in a transparent and standardised manner. Treasury Officer has the overall responsibility for smooth implementation of the process and accounts of treasury (In terms of Rule 2.28 of WBTR 2005).

 

2

 Pensioners including Family Pensioners :

Ensuring timely disposal of pension cases in an effective and transparent manner to 12000 pensioners/Family pensioners (approx) every month and transfer the amount directly to the beneficiary bank account on the 1st day of the next month based on the authorities from the AG (A&E) WB, DPPG and Others if any. 

 

3

 Government :

Ensure error free compilation and submission of Monthly Accounts to the AG (A&E) WB. Accounts are sent in two phases, firstly the accounts upto 10th of a particular month is sent as First List any day after 10th and the rest of the particular month is sent as Final List by 5th of the following month.  

 

4

 Societies:

Ensure smooth processing of Annual Return of Societies. Registration and Renewal cases received throughout the month and disposed off within 15th working day of the following month. Copy of Last Audit Report, Resolution of Last AGM, List of Members of the Managing Committee, Registration Certificate of Society, Last Annual Fees Receipts, Properly filled in Form VI are sent to the Registrar of Firms, Societies. 

Development activities:

1.      e-Services for employees has been introduced in the IFMS which is under development stage from where employee view their payslips, apply for Loan, Leave, Joining Report, Station Leave, Claim Request etc.

2.      From 01.04.2015 Engineering divisions and Forest Divisions are also under the new system of fund drawal through Treasury system after abolition of LOC system.

Direct payment to the contractors bank account engaged in construction works through TR Form 70, 70B and refund of EMD/SD by Revised TR Form 70C to contractor engaged by the Executive Engineers PWD.

3.      Successfully induced the concept of “Pay Roll Processing” sub-module of HRMS to the DDOs for preparing monthly pay bill of their employees with more accuracy.

Project Running:

The State Finance Department has introduced the Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS) from April 2014 for online management, monitoring and control of all fund allocations and financial transactions in the different Government Departments. From 01.04.2015 works divisions and Forest Divisions are also under the new system of fund drawal through Treasury system after abolition of LOC system. Presently IFMS has successfully operated through 6 (Six) modules viz.

e-Bantan- e-Allocation of Fund

e-Pradan - Pradan Government e-Payment System

e-Billing

e-Receipts Government Receipts and Information System (GRIPS)

CTS- Centralised Treasury System

HRMS - Human Resource Management System

The above modules will be inter-related to each other wherever required through inbuilt interfaces in the IFMS.

Recently e-Services for employees have been introduced in the System (under development stage) from where employee can generate their payslips, apply for Leave etc.

Success story:

1.      Abolition of payment through cheque and introduction of online payment through ECS system directly to the beneficiary bank account.

2.      DDOs are preparing bills including monthly Pay Bills of their employees with more accuracy and less effort through 'Pay Roll Processing' Sub-module of HRMS-IFMS.

3.      Timely disposal of pension cases in an effective and transparent manner to approximately 12000 pensioners/Family pensioners every month and transfer the amount directly to the beneficiary bank account.

4.      After the implementation of ISO: 9001:2008, working environment of this Office has got improved considerably in terms of cleanliness and easy accessibility. Files are easily traceable now. There is a Chart in front of the Almirahs, showing contents of each files and records.  

5.  On 22.11.2010 this Treasury has been conferred with ISO 9001-2008 Certification form BIS, Kolkata and inspection for renewal was done on 27/07/2016.

 

District Contact Details

Birbhum Treasury-II

Old Treasury Building, Suri, Birbhum PIN-731101

Name of the Treasury Officer                   : Sri Suman Kumar De, WBA &AS.

Name of the Addl. Treasury Officer        1. Sri Tanmay Maji, WBA & AS           2. Sri Biswanath Misra, WBA & AS
                                                                    Phone no: 03462-258303  Email id: brd[dot]suri[at]gmail[dot]com