Brochure Application Format for Regular Distributorship Effective 2014

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    BROCHURE ON GUIDELINES FOR SELECTION OF REGULAR LPG DISTRIBUTORS  April 2014   2 Guidelines on Selection of Regular LPG Distributorship (Applicable to all locations Advertised / Re-advertised from April’14 onwards ) 1. IDENTIFICATION OF LOCATIONS Locations for setting up of LPG Distributorship are identified based on available refill sale potential, which can sustain economically viable operation of an LPG distributorship. The refill sale potential is based on several factors including population, population growth rate, economic prosperity of the location and the distance from the existing nearest distributor. The setting up of LPG distributorships at the identified locations is a business proposition that have business risk and does not guarantee any assured returns or profits. 2. RESERVATION The percentage reservation for various categories in all the States except Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram are as under: -  A Open Category (O) 50.5% B Schedule Castes / Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST) 22.5% C Other Backward Classes (OBC) 27.0% In each of the above categories, there will be sub-categories as under:- Sub-Category Reservation Categories (in %) SC/ST OBC Open Total Government Personnel category (GP) consisting of Defence, Central/State Govt and Central/State PSU employees 2 2 4 8 Combined Category (CC) consisting of Physically Handicapped Personnel (PH),Outstanding Sports Persons (OSP), Freedom Fighter (FF) 1 1 2 4  Any person from the respective category 19.5 24 44.5 88 Total 22.5 27 50.5 100 The reservation under respective categories is SC/ST (GP)-2%, SC/ST (CC)-1%, SC/ST-19.5%, OBC (GP)-2%, OBC (CC)-1%, OBC-24%, Open (GP) - 4%, Open (CC)-2%, Open-44.5%. State-wise ‘200-point’ roster is maintained on Industry basis (i.e jointly by IOCL, BPCL and HPCL) to ensure the percentage reservations as mentioned above is achieved. The Distribution between SC and ST is as per the population ratio in the respective State.   3Reservations in tribal areas in North Eastern States for Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram are as under: State Percentage of Regular LPG Distributors to be awarded to ST category Balance % to be awarded to open category  Arunachal Pradesh 70 30 Meghalaya 80 20 Nagaland 80 20 Mizoram 90 10 3. Rostering of Locations as per 200-point roster Locations identified for setting up of regular LPG Distributorships are to be placed under different categories of reservation as per ‘200 point’ roster for each State on Industry basis (IOCL, BPCL and HPCL together) so as to ensure the percentage reservation as envisaged by MOP&NG for each category is achieved. In ‘200-point Roster’ allocation of a reservation category against a serial number is done such that when 200 numbers of Distributors are planned, the percentage of each category is achieved. Continuity is maintained in ‘200 point roster’. Once 200 roster serial numbers are completed, it is started from roster serial number 1 again. The Distribution between SC and ST shall be as per the population ratio in the respective State. 4. DE-CATEGORISATION For LPG distributorships planned under the present guidelines, following norms for de-categorisation will be applicable: a) For reserved sub-category locations “GP” (Def+ Govt./PSU) and “CC (PH+OSP+FF)”, in case of ‘Nil’ response to the advertisement or no eligible candidate is found or no candidate qualifies or no selected candidate is able to commission the LPG Distributorship, then that location would be re-advertised in the respective category without sub-category i.e. locations will be advertised as SC/ST, OBC or Open category as applicable. b) For the location advertised /re-advertised under ‘SC/ST’ or ‘OBC’ category, if there is ‘Nil’ response or no eligible candidate is found or no candidate qualifies or no selected candidate is able to commission the LPG Distributorship, then that location would be re-advertised under ‘Open’ category. c) However, it is to be ensured that the reservation is maintained on overall basis by respective OMCs while de-categorisation of the locations from earlier roster by converting corresponding number of LPG Distributorship locations under ‘Open’ category from the new roster to ‘SC/ST’ and ‘OBC’ category. In other words, shortfall in SC/ST and OBC category has to be made good in the future marketing plans. d) With regard to reserved categories ‘GP’ & ‘CC’, reservation percentages will be maintained only at the time of initial categorisation. In other words, once the category of such locations is changed after the first advertisement as no candidate has applied or no eligible candidate   4is found or no candidate qualifies or no selected candidate is able to commission the LPG Distributorship, no adjustment in the roster would be made under the future marketing plans.  5. MODE OF SELECTION Selection is done by inviting applications through advertisements published   in two newspapers - One English daily having widest circulation in the State and one vernacular daily - having widest circulation in the district where the location is situated. Selection of LPG distributor for an advertised location is done by draw from all the eligible applicants for that location. 6. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR INDIVIDUAL APPLICANTS  All applicants fulfilling the eligibility criteria will become eligible for the draw for selection of the LPG distributorship. The eligibility Criteria is as under: - 6.1. Common Eligibility Criteria for all Categories applying as Individual The applicant should i. Be an Indian citizen and be a resident of India. ii. Have minimum any one of the following educational qualification awarded by any of the Universities incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or any other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under the UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India as on the date of application: a) Graduation in any field b) Chartered Accountant c) Company Secretary d) Cost Accountant e) Diploma in Engineering For applicants applying under the category of ‘SKO dealers of OMCs’, educational qualification shall be as under : Should have passed minimum Xth standard examination or equivalent from a recognized Board. The criteria of Educational Qualification will not be applicable for applicants belonging to Freedom Fighter (FF) category. iii. Be not less than 21 years and not more than 45 years in age as on the date of application for all categories except GP & FF category & applicants belonging to the category of ‘SKO dealers of OMCs’.
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