RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005
Chapter # 3
FUNCTIONS AND POWERS OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL
Subject to any order that may be passed by the Government of India the Director-General, as the Principal Executive Officers of the Society, shall be responsible for the proper administration of the affairs of the Society under the direction and guidance of the Society, President and Vice-President.The Director-General shall in all matters under his charge, have powers delegated to him by the Governing Body. He shall exercise these powers under the direction, superintendence and control of the Society, President and Vice-President and subject to these rules and bye-laws. He shall prescribe the duties of all officers and staff of the Society and shall exercise such supervision and disciplinary control as may be necessary. It shall be his duty to coordinate and exercise general supervision over all Scientific & Industrial Research and other activities of the Society. He may also periodically review performance of National Laboratories in consultation with Chairman of Research Council concerned and Performance Appraisal Board.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF DIRECTOR OF A NATIONAL LABORATORY
- Realizing the mission of the National Laboratory.
- Creating an environment in the National Laboratory conducive to nurturing of innovation and high class R&D and the other S&T activities of the laboratory.
Managing the affairs of the National Laboratory as per the decisions of the Management Council.
- Director shall in all matters have powers delegated to him by the Governing Body.