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 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE AND  FUNCTIONS :

 AN INTRODUCTION:

 Bus services were first introduced  in Himachal Pradesh by a private company named Lord Clire on Mandi-Pathankot route in the year 1960. Subsequently the King of Mandi State formed Mandi State Transport and introduced bus service on the Mandi-Baijnath route in 1945 and 1946 some transport services were started by the Feudal Governments in different districts of Himachal Pradesh.

Subsequently, several private operators started operating bus services in different parts of Himachal Pradesh; however, the growth in the number of buses in the private sector was very much restricted upto 1950.  The process of nationalization started long after the framing of the Road Transport Corporation Act, 1950.  The Himachal Road Transport Corporation was established by the Govt. of H.P.  on 24th Sept., 1974 under Section 3 of the Road Transport Corporation Act, 1950 (Act LXIV of 1950), by renaming the then existing Mandi Kullu Road Transport Corporation constituted as per Punjab Govt. in 1958. This was done with a view to taking over the management of the then existing Himachal Govt. Transport in the public sector in the Pradesh and for ensuring an efficient and economical system of Road Transport Services.  The management of the erstwhile H.G.T. was taken over by the Himachal Road Transport Corporation w.e.f. 2.10.1974.

Ever since its inception, Himachal Road Transport Corporation has played a dominant role in the social and economic development of the State.  Himachal Road Transport Corporation has developed a bus route network in the remote and inaccessible areas like Lahaul-Spiti, Chamba, Kullu, Kinnaur, Sirmour and Keylong.  Besides providing passenger transport services in the State, Himachal Road Transport Corporation  had been operating goods transport services for providing food and essential commodities to the remote corner of the State even where private truck owners hesitated to go. Himachal Road Transport Corporation has undoubtedly played a major role in the economic development of the State.

In comparison to other States, due to hilly terrain, Himachal Pradesh is snot served by a rail network, except for the narrow-gauge trains operated between Kalka-Shimla and Pathankot-Joginder Nagar. Road infrastructure in the State is increasing which has increased the demand for transport.  Thus, passenger transport in the State is totally dependent on road transport, and within the given resources HRTC is successfully playing its role.  Almost in every area of Himachal , Himachal Road Transport Corporation is operating its services despite tough terrain, and climatic conditions.  Not only this, the Corporation is also operating inter-state routes and providing direct services to Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttranchal, Jammu & Kashmir and Rajasthan.

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE :-

Himachal Road Transport Corporation is head by a Board of Directors with Transport Minister as the Chairman.  Managing Director is the Chief Executive of the Corporation.

Himachal Road Transport Corporation has a three tier structure.  The Corporate Office at Shimla controls 4 Divisional Offices located at Shimla, Mandi, Hamirpur and Dharamshala.  These 4 Divisions controls 23 Regional Offices (Depots) under them.

             DIVISION

       REGIONS

I.

SHIMLA

1.

Taradevi

 

 

2.

Rural Unit, Dhalli.

 

 

3.

Local Unit, Dhalli

 

 

4.

Rekong Peo

 

 

5.

Rampur

 

 

6.

Rohroo

 

 

7.

Solan

 

 

8.

Nahan

 

 

 

 

II

MANDI

1.

Mandi

 

 

2.

Kullu

 

 

3.

Keylong

 

 

4.

Sarkaghat

 

 

5.

Sunder Nagar

 

 

 

 

III

HAMIRPUR

1.

Hamirpur

 

 

2.

Dehra

 

 

3.

Una

 

 

4.

Bilaspur

 

 

5.

Nalagarh

 

 

 

 

IV

DHARAMSHALA

1.

Dharamshala

 

 

2.

Pathankot

 

 

3.

Chamba

 

 

4.

Palampur

 

 

5.

Baijnath

 

At the Corporate Office, the Managing Director is assisted by Chief General Manager, Financial Advisor & Chief Accounts Officer, and General Manager (Admn.).  The corporate office has different Sections as :-

            SECTIONS                                                OFFICER INCHARGE

1.         Administration (HRD)                         G.M.(Admn.)/R.M.(Admn.)

2.         Accounts (Banking, Budget,                 F.A. & C.A.O./ D.C.(F&A)

            Pension, Fund & Audit)                                                           

3.         Traffic                                              D.M.(Traffic) / R.M. (Traffic)

4.         Legal & Labour                                  D.D.M. (L & L)

5.         Works/Building                                  D.M.(Tech.)/ D.D.M(Tech.)

6.         Central Purchase Agency (Store)           D.D.M.(Tech.)/ R.M. (Store)

7.         Establishment & Accounts (HQ)            R.M. (Hqr.)

8.         Computer/Inspection/Statistics             D.M.(IT)/Computer Programmer.

Four Divisional Office at Shimla, Hamirpur, Mandi and Dharamshala are headed by Divisional Manager respectively.  Divisional Offices is an important channel between the Corporate Office and the Regional Offices. Divisional Managers are assisted by the Manager (Tech.), Regional Manager (Traffic), Regional Manager (Enquiry) and Asstt. Controller (F & A).

The Regional unit (depot) in any transport undertaking is the key operating unit. In Himachal Road Transport Corporation, 23 Regions are functioning under 4 Divisions, Each region is headed by a Regional Manager.  These Regional Managers are assisted by Works Manager, Traffic Manager, Superintendent, Inspectorate Staff, Sr. Store Keeper, Store Keepers for the smooth functioning in terms of operational, technical, administrative and inventory management activities.

 Apart from above Divisional Offices/Regional Offices, HRTC has its four Divisional Workshops located at Taradevi, Parwanoo, Mandi & Jassur. These four Divisional Workshops undertake the major repair work of buses of Units falling under the respective division.  Besides major repair work, except D.W. Taradevi, all Divisional Workshops are undertaking the work of fabrication/ re-fabrication of HRTC Ordinary and Semi Deluxe buses. These workshops are headed by a Technical Officer viz.  Manager (Tech.) or D.D.M.(Tech.) or D.M. (Tech.).


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