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Annual Report 10-11 - Government of Karnataka

Annual Report 10-11 - Government of Karnataka

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Annual Report 2010-11●●Chief Secretary to Govt., GOK is the President, the Additional Chief Secretary to Govt. /Development Commissioner, GOK and the Principal Secretary to Govt., Dept. of IT & BTare the Vice Presidents of the Governing Body of this Centre. The Principal Secretaries/Secretaries of Line Departments of Government of Karnataka and subject experts arethe members. Director, KSRSAC is the Member Secretary of the Governing Body.●●●●The activities of KSRSAC are guided and monitored by the Executive Committee.The Executive Committee is chaired by the Principal Secretary to Govt., Department ofIT and Biotechnology along with Secretaries of various Departments of Government ofKarnataka and subject experts are members.Major Objectives of the CentreKSRSAC has been actively involved in the development of digital database of naturalresources and urban sprawl in the State customized to the requirement of the Line Departments.The main objectives of KSRSAC are as follows:●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●Inventorying and monitoring of Natural Resources for sustainable development.To develop Decision Support Systems.To undertake Impact Assessment Studies.To identify ecological hot spots for regular monitoring.To prepare Integrated Land and Water Resources Action Plans.To coordinate with the Line Departments for taking up dovetailed applicationprogrammes.Capacity building in the use of cutting edge technologies like remote sensing & GIS.To acquire and maintain a library of spatial database of Karnataka State.To organize Workshops, Seminars, Symposia and Awareness Programmes.To Interface with Academy & Industry.Powers and Duties of Its Officers and Employees●●Scientific, technical and general administration of KSRSAC is managed by theDirector, KSRSAC. However, the Executive Committee of the Centre will provideguidance on the administration and management of the affairs and finances of theCentre and the drawing power is vested with the Director. .27

Annual Report 2010-11●●●●Administrative Officer is responsible for assisting the Director of KSRSAC inadministration and also in management of accounts of the Centre. .Scientists / Officers of the Centre are involved in providing guidance to the projectpersonnel as well as supervision of the funded projects undertaken by the Centre.Procedure Followed In the Decision Making Process, Including Channels ofSupervision and Accountability●●The administration and management of the affairs and finances of the Centre shall beconducted based on the guidance of EC-KSRSAC. However, day-to-day activities ofthe Centre, both scientific/ administration will be managed by the Director, KSRSACas per the rules and regulations outlined in the Memorandum of Association (MOA).The Norms Set By It for the Discharge of Its Functions●●Rules and Regulations given in Memorandum of Association (MOA) and generalnorms of Government are followed at KSRSAC in the discharge of the functions.The Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manuals And Records, Held By It Or UnderIts Control Or Used By Its Employees For Discharging Its Functions:●●●●The rules, regulations and instructions governing the activities of KSRSAC are givenin detail in the Memorandum of Association (MOA) and rules & regulations were setup by the first General Body Meeting of the Centre chaired by the Chief Secretaryto Govt., GOK and represented by Secretaries of the Line Departments.As per the suggestions of the Executive Committee of KSRSAC, rules andregulations governing the Centre will be amended by the Governing Body meetingconvened for the purpose from time to time.A Statement of the Categories of Documents That Are Held By It or Under ItsControl:●●●●Being the Nodal Agency, KSRSAC has been generating digital database and mapsof natural resources using GIS and remote sensing techniques (including AerialPhotography). The generated database and maps as well as satellite imagery arestored and provided by KSRSAC to other Government / public institutions.The database developed using remote sensing and GIS techniques are used asdecision support tools by planners and decision makers for sustainable developmentof natural resources of the State.28

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