M. A. Podar Hospital (AYU.), Worli, Mumbai
Dr. Sampada S. Sant
(Controlling & Head of the Institute)
Shri Anil P Bandishti
Administrative Officer
Shri Anil P Bandishti
(Drawing & Disbursing Officer, Head of Administration Office)
Dr Sushrut G Mukkawar
Residential Medical Officer
Dr. Sushrut G. Mukkawar
(Controlling Authority)
Harshada Sanke
Smt. Harshada Sankhe
(Observer of Administrative Office Work)
Head Clerk
  1. Smt.Priyanka Sawant

  2. Smt.Nikita Rane
    (Incharge of Establishment Deptarment)

  3. Shri Sanjay Gaikwad
    (Incharge of Medicine Store)
Senior Clerk
  1. Shri Amol Lule
    (Class 2-3 Establishment)

  2. Smt.Sneha Gamre

  3. Shri Sanjay Ghadshi
    (Incharge of Diet Store)
  1. Shri.Sandeep Shirgaonker
    (NPS, Medical Bills, LTC, TA on Tour)

  2. Smt.Mamta Pawar
    (Salary, Arrears Bill, Leave Encashment)

  3. Shri Bhaskar Waskar
    (Class 4 Establishment)

  4. Shri Yash Gilatar

  5. Shri Santosh Dalvi
    (GPF, GIS, Gratuity)

  6. Prakash Bodekar
    (Maintenance of Salary Records)

  7. Karuna Kamble
    (RMO Office)

  1. 1. Ganesh Bhere
Department Overview
  1. First appointment in Government Service
  2. Action against employees not eligible for original appointment
  3. Things to be done after joining the service
  4. Swagram
  5. Group Insurance Scheme Members (GIS)
  6. Completion of probationary period
  7. Family Certificate
  8. Equity and Liability Statements
  9. Seniority List
  10. Promotion in Government Service
  11. Removal of vacancies during service recruitment
  12. Selection List
  13. Bindu nomenclature
  14. Confidential Report
  15. Promotion Committee Meeting (DPC)
  16. Promotion of Class IV employees
  17. Human Date
  18. Durability Certificate
  19. No Objection Certificate for issue of passport
  20. Purchase of movable property
  21. Replacement
  22. Deputation
  23. Departmental Enquiry
  24. Appearing for Exams / Completing Courses
  25. Time-barred promotion (12/24 years)
  26. Various Nominations
  27. Retirement of Service
  28. Voluntary Retirement (VRS)
  29. Post Retirement Benefits
  30. Medical Expense Reimbursement Payments
  1. Preparation of pay per head of employees (class-2,3,4 and supernumerary posts) [Total employees 264 + 3 (majority of posts) = Payroll of 267 posts]
  2. Making supplementary payments.
  3. Creation of arrears of payment.
  4. Preparation of all payments in respect of dues of retired employees.
  5. Updating information in employee benefit system.

  1. To prepare the annual budget of the office for grant
  2. Preparation of program budget
  3. Submitting monthly expenditure objective wise to senior office
  4. Action on Appropriation Accounts
  5. Reconcile monthly expenses
  6. Deduction of income tax
  7. Filing of Income Tax Return
  8. Preparation of Income Tax Forms of Employees
  9. Preparation of supplementary demand proposal
  10. Submitting payment of incidental expenses
  11. Preparation of telephone, electricity and water bill payments
  12. Means of communication with senior office frequently regarding grants

  1. Grant of refunds and deductions under Provident Fund to Class-III and Class-IV employees.
  2. Preparation of final gratuity payment for retired employees
  3. Preparation of payment by submitting proposal of deposit linked scheme to senior office
  4. Maintenance of B&B accounts of class-4 employees
  5. Preparation of payment of service gratuity and provisional pension of retired employees
  6. Preparation of proposal of gratuity of deceased employees applicable of DCPS
  7. Employees appointed to Class-3 from Class-4 Account Number Accountant General of employes Preparation of a proposal to receive from office
  8. Correspondence from time to time with senior office

  1. Purchase of Ayurvedic and Allopathic medicines required for the treatment of patients.
  2. Proper storage and distribution of medicines.
  3. Purchase and repair of machines, surgical items, equipments required for patient examination.
  4. Entering into an annual maintenance service contract for the equipment purchased for patient examination.
  5. Carrying out procurement process of Ayurvedic medicines, surgical items, equipments through Haffkin.
  6. To implement procurement process of Ayurvedic medicines, surgical items, equipments through District Annual Plan.
  7. Local procurement of essential medicines, injections.
  8. Describing old surgical items, instruments.
  9. Under the District Annual Plan, making available funds to keep the hospital efficient and up-to-date, repair and new construction through the Public Works Department.
  10. Purchased of Surgical items, equipments, as well as Ayurvedic medicines processing payments.

  1. Providing per diem in the kitchen department for the patients who are admitted for treatment in the hospital as per the number of patients and as per requirement. (Ingredients in food – rice, flour, dal, vegetarian masala, oil, sugar-tea powder, vegetables, milk, bread, etc.)
  2. Buying gas cylinders and giving them to kitchens and various departments.
  3. Keeping food items in stock and keeping a record of them.
  4. To procure clothes for the patients as well as mattress cloths required for the hospital and supply them as required.
  5. Process and purchase and supply retail consumables (equipment materials) as per demand for the hospital (eg. soap, broom, flower broom, odopik powder, fennel, black plastic bags, red plastic bags, green plastic bags, washing soda, medicine pouch, etc.)
  6. Procuring and supplying stationery required for various departments of the hospital (register, marker pen, stamp pad, xerox paper of all sizes, stapler pen, wallet, other items)
  7. Allotment of uniforms to Class IV government employees.
  8. Purchase of Diesel and Lubricant for Hospital Ambulance.
  9. Regarding repairing hospital ambulances.
  10. To process the purchase of equipment and machinery as per hospital demand.
  11. Contract for repair of computer / xerox machine, and purchase of necessary items for the same.
  12. Expenditure on machine repair and service contract for maintenance.
  13. Writing down
  14. To process supplier payment approvals.
  15. Work related to biological waste handling and disposal.