Results Framework Documents

 

RESULTS-FRAMEWORK DOCUMENT (RFD) 2012-2013

Background

            The Prime Minister approved the outline of a “Performance Monitoring and Evaluation System (PMES) for Government Departments” vide PMO I.D. No. 1331721/PMO/2009-pol dated 11.9.2009. Under PMES, each department is required to prepare a Results Framework Document (RFD).

A RFD provides a summery of the most important results that a organization excepts to achieve during the financial year. This document has two main purposes: (a) move the focus of the organisation from process-orientation to result orientation, and (b) provide an objective and fair basis to evaluate organisation’s overall performance at the end of the year.

Format of Results- Framework Document

A Results-Framework Document (RFD) is essentially a record of understanding between a Department/Ministry representing the people’s mandate, and the Head of the organisation responsible for implementing this mandate. This document contains not only the agreed objectives, policies, programs and projects but also success indicators and targets to measure progress in implementing them. To ensure the successful implementation of agreed actions, RFD may also include necessary operational autonomy.

In the case of the Responsibility Centres (attached offices, subordinate offices, and autonomous organizations), the RFD will represent a record of understanding between the parent department/ministry and the Responsibility Centre.

The RFD seeks to address three basic questions: (a) what are organisation’s main objectives for the year? (b) What actions are proposed to achieve these objectives? (c) How would someone know at the end of the year the degree of progress made in implementing these actions? That is, what are relevant success indicators and their targets?

The RFD should contain the following five sections

Section 1: Organisation’s Vision, Mission, Objectives and Functions.

Section 2: Inter se priorities among key objectives, success indicators and targets.

Section 3: Trend values of the success indicators.

Section 4: Description and definition of success indicators and proposed measurement     methodology.

Section 5: Specific performance requirements from other departments/organisations that are critical for delivering agreed results.

   

Institute RFD Committee Members:

1.      Dr. Narendra Pratap Singh, Chairman (RFD) and Director

2.      Dr.V.Arunachalam, (Scientist Representative)

3.      Dr. P. K. Naik,  (PME Representative)

4.      Dr. R. Ramesh (ARIS Representative)

5.      Dr. S. Priya Devi (Co-Nodal Officer)

6.      Shri P. Rajendran (Administrative representative)

7.      Shri Shaurabh Muni (Finance and Accounts Representative)

8.      Dr. M. Thangam,  (Nodal Officer and Member Secretary (Ex-Officio)

 

Institute RFD Cell Members:

1.      Dr. Narendra Pratap Singh, Chairman (RFD) and Director

2.      Dr. M. Thangam, Nodal Officer and Member Secretary (Ex-Officio)

3.      Mr. Sidharth Marathe (Technical representative)

4.      Mrs. Montia Rita D’Silva (Administrative representative)

 

 

Sr. No.

Documents

1

Citizen Charter of ICAR-CCARI in Bilingual

2

Citizen Charter of ICAR-CCARI in Marathi

3

Citizen's / Client's Charter - CCARI, Goa - 2015-16

4

Approved consolidated RFD achievement for 2014-15

5

Results-Framework Document (RFD) for ICAR Research Complex for Goa (2014-2015)

6

Annual (April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014) Performance Evaluation Report in respect of RFD 2013-2014

7

Results-Framework Document (RFD) for Department Of Agricultural Research and Education (2012-2013)

8

Results-Framework Document (RFD) for ICAR Research Complex for Goa (2012-2013)

9

Annual (April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013) Performance Evaluation Report in respect of RFD 2012-2013

10

 RFD 2011-12 Citizens charter of ICAR RC for Goa

11

 RFD 2011-12 Achievements of ICAR RC for Goa

 

ICAR Research Complex for Goa is awarded with ISO 9001 2008

International Certification Services Pvt. Ltd has awarded ISO 9001:2008 to ICAR Research Complex for Goa for the quality management system applicable to the scope of Research, Development, Training and Advisory Services in the field of Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal and Fishery Sciences with a registration No. RQ91/8383 w.e.f. 29th July, 2013.

It is the moment of honour and joy the entire fraternity of ICAR Research Complex for Goa for acquiring ISO certification for the quality management system as per the International Standard of ISO 9001:2008.The ISO certification was facilitated by the M/s NVST TQM CONSULTANTS, Belgaum, Karnataka.

 

 

Implementation of ISO 9001 as per the approved action plan of RFD 2012-13 is the success indicator of mandatory objective under administrative reforms of all the Government Departments. It testifies the commitment towards assuring quality services to its customers with continual improvement of its delivery system.

Acquiring ISO 9001:2008 certification is one of the performance monitoring indicators to be complied with by all Government Departments in the country as per the Result Framework Document (RFD) requirement by Performance Management Division, Cabinet Secretariat.

The quality policy of ICAR Research Complex for Goa is as follows

We at “ICAR Research Complex for Goa”, in the field of Research, Development, Training and Consultancy of Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Science and Fisheries are committed to

  • Meet Customer requirements by providing quality and timely services.
  • Involve all employees in achieving organizational objectives through continual improvement

 

Contact :

RFD Cell  Co-ordinator : Dr. M. Thangam, Principal Scientist (Vegetable Science) 

                                            Phone: 0832-2284678 Ext. 215

                                            Fax: 0832-2285649

                                            Email: thangam.m@icar.gov.in, rfd.ccari@icar.gov.in