The Department of Treasuries play an important role in the financial management of the State Government. The Department of Treasuries was formed in 1963 with the Director of Treasuries as the Head of the Department. The administrative control over the Department at Government level is exercised by the Finance Department in Government of Kerala.

At present, the department has 4 Regional Directorates headed by Deputy Directors, 23 District Treasuries headed by District Treasury Officers,12 stamp depots headed by Stamp Depot Officers, 189 Sub Treasuries including 7 pension payment sub Treasuries and 4 check-post Treasuries. As per the nature of transactions, 157 are Banking Treasuries and 60 Non Banking Treasuries. The Directorate is located at Thiruvananthapuram and Regional Directorates functions from Kottayam, Thrissur and Kozhikode.

Regional Deputy Director looks after auditing and inspection of Treasuries within their jurisdiction. Stamp depots cater to the requirements of the stamps and stamp-papers of the State and General Public.

Role of the Treasury Department :

The functions of the Treasury Department mainly relates to payment of money into Government Account and withdrawal of money from the Government Account , accepting revenue due to the Govt. and compilation of accounts. The main functions of the Department can be broadly classified as follows:

· Act as a conduit for the transactions of GoK

· Act as a banker of funds of Local Self Governments (LSGs) and similarly placed institutions

· Compilation and maintenance of accounts of transactions of Government of Departments.

· Rendering of accounts to the  Accountant General

· Providing data for reconciliation of Departmental accounts.

· Disbursement of various types of Pensions.

· Treasury Savings Bank transactions and maintenance of accounts relating to Treasury Savings Bank.

· Sale of stamp and stamp papers and maintenance of connected accounts.

· Custodian of Valuables of Government of Kerala.

· Act as safe custodian of Question Papers of SSLC & Entance Examinations conduct by Government of Kerala.

Major services delivered by the Treasuries are as follows:-

· Disbursement of Pensions

· Payment of Salary

· Savings Bank/Fixed Deposit transactions

· Sale of Stamps and Stamp Papers

ADMINISTRATION

The Director of Treasuries is the Head of the Department. The Director is ably assisted in the day to day administration by 2 Joint Directors, 4 Deputy Directors and 23 District Officers. Department has its Headquarters at Thiruvananthapuram and Regional Directorate at Thiruvananthapuram, Kottayam, Thrissur & Kozhikode. For the administrative convenience 14 revenue districts is further classified into 23 Treasury Districts included under 4 region. The administration of the Treasuries in the State are managed by Director through its 4 regional directors as mentioned below:-

· Headquarters Region: Treasuries under the jurisdiction of Thiruvananthapuram, kattakada, kollam & kottarakara District Treasuries.

· Southern Region: Treasuries under the jurisdiction of Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Chengannur, Kottayam, Pala and Idukki District Treasuries

· Central Region : Treasuries under the jurisdiction of Ernakulam, Muvattupuzha, Thrissur, Iringalakkuda, Cherpulassery, Palakkad and Malappuram District Treasuries.

· Northern Region: Treasuries under the jurisdiction of kozhikode, Thamarassery, Wayanad, Kannur, Mattannur and Kasargode District treasuries.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 


 

Treasuries play an important role in the financial management of the State Government. The Department of Treasuries was formed in 1963 with the Director of Treasuries as the Head of the Department. The administrative control over the Department at Government level is exercised by the Finance Department, Government of Kerala

At present, the department has 3 Regional Deputy Directorates, 23 District Treasuries including 13 stamp depots, 190 Sub Treasuries including 7 pension payment sub Treasuries and 4 check-post Treasuries. As per the nature of transactions, 157 are Banking Treasuries and 60 Non Banking Treasuries. The Directorate is at Thiruvananthapuram and Regional Deputy Directorates are at Kottayam, Thrissur and Kozhikode. The major function of Regional Deputy Director is to conduct proper and effective inspective of Treasuries within their jurisdiction, stamp depots cater to the requirements of stamps and stamp-papers .

Treasuries play an important role in the financial management of the State Government. The Department of Treasuries was formed in 1963 with the Director of Treasuries as the Head of the Department. The administrative control over the Department at Government levelis exercised by the Finance Department, Government of Kerala

At present, the department has 3 Regional Deputy Directorates, 23 District Treasuries including 13 stamp depots, 190 Sub Treasuries including 7 pension payment sub Treasuries and 4 check-post Treasuries. As per the nature of transactions, 157 are Banking Treasuries and 60 Non Banking Treasuries. The Directorate is at Thiruvananthapuram and Regional Deputy Directorates are at Kottayam, Thrissur and Kozhikode. The major function of Regional Deputy Director is to conduct proper and effective inspective of Treasuries within their jurisdiction, stamp depots cater to the requirements of stamps and stamp-papers .

 
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