Thursday, December 5, 2019

DOPT : Comments invites on conducting Common Eligibility Test (CET) for Group B and Group C Officials

Date : 5.12.2019

DOPT : Comments invites on conducting Common Eligibility Test (CET) for Group B and Group C Officials.


Fiscal Deficit of Department of Posts : Lok Sabha Question & Answer

Date : 5.12.2019

Fiscal Deficit of Department of Posts : Lok Sabha Question & Answer.



Delay in Delivery of post : Lok Sabha Question&Answer.

Date : 5.12.2019

Delay in Delivery of post : Lok Sabha Question&Answer.





Medical treatment facility for CGHS Beneficiaries in States

Date : 5.12.2019

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Medical treatment facility for CGHS Beneficiaries in States

Posted On: 03 DEC 2019 1:30PM by PIB Delhi

Central Government has not issued any guidelines to State Governments to provide medical treatment to the Central Government Pensioners who have valid CGHS Cards. Central government pensioners having valid CGHS cards, which are issued on payment of subscription as prescribed from time to time, are eligible to avail hospitalization care at any of the private hospitals empanelled under CGHS and central government hospitals. Further, provision for availing treatment at hospitals empanelled under Central Services(Medical Attendance) Rules, 1944/ Employees Contributory Health Scheme by CGHS pensioner beneficiaries and their dependent eligible family members already exists under the scheme.

No permission is required for treatment in any State-run hospitals and any expenditure incurred for treatment at such hospitals is reimbursed under CGHS as per extant rules.

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha.

Grant of Cycle Maintenance Allowance after rationalisation of categories of Gramin Dak Sevaks on implementation of GDS Committee Report.

Date : 5.12.2019

Grant of Cycle Maintenance Allowance after rationalisation of categories of Gramin Dak Sevaks on implementation of GDS Committee Report.

Thursday, November 28, 2019

CWC meeting of NAPE Group,c West Bengal Circle.

Date : 28.11.2019

CWC meeting of NAPE Group,c West Bengal Circle.

CWC meeting of NAPE Group,c West Bengal Circle held at Kolkatta GPO on 27-11-2019 under the Presidenship of Sri Manik Chandra dey. Sri Sivaji Vasireddy, GS NAPE c and Sri Sanjay working President,  CHQ Nape c are attended as guests and addressed the CWC. Sri Koushik Chakrabarti,  CS explained the developments of Circle union activities.

Sivaji Vasireddy
GS NAPE Gc.





Monday, November 25, 2019

Standard format for issue of charge sheet under Rule -10 to GDS for imposing Minor and Major Penalties specified in Rule 9 of Garmin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement)Rules-2011

Date : 25.11.2019

Standard format for issue of charge sheet under Rule -10 to GDS for imposing Minor and Major Penalties specified in Rule 9 of Garmin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement)Rules-2011.

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Representation from government servant on service matters : CGA , Dept.of Expenditure , Ministry of Finance.

Date : 25.11.2019

Representation from government servant on service matters : CGA , Dept.of Expenditure , Ministry of Finance.



Multi Tasking Staff Recruitment Rules,2019 ( Amendment ) of Department of Posts

Date : 25.11.2019

Multi Tasking Staff Recruitment Rules,2019 ( Amendment ) of Department of Posts




5th UNI Asia Pacific Regional Organisation’s (Apro) Regional Conference

Date : 25.11.2019

5th UNI Asia Pacific Regional Organisation’s (Apro) Regional Conference 

The UNI Asia Pacific Regional Organisation’s (Apro) 5th regional conference opened in Kathmandu, Nepal, on 20-11-2019 with an appearance by the  country’s Prime Minister Shri KP Sharma Oli and a mission to ensure a just transition for workers in a digitalised economy.

In this meeting, the agenda for the union federation’s next four years, more than 600 labour leaders from 20 countries participated in debate and adopted strategies  to grow unions’ power in the new world of work. UNI Apro is the union federation in the Asia Pacific region of UNI Global Union.  Worldwide, UNI represents 20 million workers in over 150 different countries in the service industries.  

The Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli said: “We measure development and success not by just the GDP but by the progress of the people—particularly the working people. No one should be left behind.

“We recognise the power of strong unions to organise and mobilise for higher wages, a better world, and a just transition. Congratulations to UNI Apro for constantly championing these things.”

Apro Regional Secretary Christopher Ng commented: “We are happy to be in a country as hospitable and resilient as Nepal, and I thank the Prime Minister for his inspiring words as well as for the news of the advances in workers’ rights and conditions here.” Like Prime Minister Oli said, we must put people at the centre of development. Too often, we’ve seen inequality grow as GDP goes up, and strong unions are the best way to reduce the wealth gap while advancing workers’ rights in an ever-changing economy.”

During the conference, UNI Apro is celebrated victories in the region, such as big wins by Nepalese private hospital workers. In Bangladesh, Grameen Phone employees gained union recognition after a seven-year struggle. Indonesian union ASPEK mobilized massive numbers to push through a minimum wage increase. In Korea, Oracle workers won their union after a 500-day strike.  In Japan and India, printing and graphical unions have formed alliances to grow their organisations by thousands. Care workers in New Zealand have secured pay equity.

But there is still work to be done, and the conference wished to energize and mobilize the region’s unions to build on their successes through solidarity and cooperation.

Christy Hoffman, UNI Global Union General Secretary, added: “A just transition is within our reach, but it requires us to act now and to act in bigger and bolder ways than ever before. It requires organising and holding corporations and governments accountable. Together, we will make our economies work for the benefit of everyone—not just the few—and that is the goal of this conference and this region.”

On Friday, 22 November, Christopher Ng had stand down after 36 years of tireless service as the Regional Secretary of UNI Apro and its predecessor organisation. In place of Mr Ng, Sri Rajendra Kumar Acharya, hasbeen elected as Regional Secretary unanimously. UNI ILC and FNPO felicitated Bri Chris and Bro Rajendra in a grand manner. Our UNI ILC has been honoured by electing Bro Milind Nadkarni, President as a member of Excecutive Committee. The hall resounded withe the voice of delegates Unity, Gender equality, decent working conditions and dignified wage structure. 

World Post and Logistics conference is going to be held at Dhaka, Senegal in June 2020.

Sivaji Vasireddy,  
GS NAPE c &
General Secretary,  UNI ILC

















UNI APRO Post & Logistics committee meeting

Date : 25.11.2019

UNI APRO Post & Logistics committee meeting.

On 19-11-2019 in Royal Singhi Hotel from 1Pm to 3PM UNI APRO Post & Logistics committee meeting held under the Chairmanship of Bro Mistgi Masuda, President. 

Welcome address given by Bro Shyam Dhungel, Central Committee Member, NCSEU,Nepal. Solidarity greetings given by Bro Rajendra Acharya. Ms Cornelia Broos, Head of UNI Post & Logistics presented about next World conference at Dakar, Senegal in June 2020. She also told updates on collaboration with UNI, ILO and UPU. Sister Kanako Osaki, Director Coordinater entire meeting and presented activity report for the year 2018 and also action plan for 2019-2020. 

Many of the participants utilized questions and answers secission. From FNPO TN Rahate, SG, Sivaji Vasireddy, GS NAPE c and PU Muralidharan GS NUGDS are participated.

Sivaji Vasireddy
GS NAPE Gc.











Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Youth Camp : 2nd Day Programme

Date : 12.11.2019

Youth Camp : 2nd Day Programme

On 10-11-19,  the second day of "Youth Camp" Smt Soumini Jain, Myor Kochi Corporation attended as guest and addressed the camp. Dr Mary Metilda, Retd Principal of Maharaja college has given a guest lecture on personality development. 

Sri Sivaji Vasireddy, GS NAPE c has explained basics about CCS Conduct Rules 1963, CCS RSA Rules 1993, RTI Act 2005 and issues of various sectional problems which are dealing by the CHQ with administration.

 A small contest held with the participants about narrating about my union within five minutes. Winners are awarded with small souvenirs through GS. 

Valedictory remarks given by Sri Johanson D Avokkaram,  AGS CHQ and CS Nape c Kerala circle. All the participants actively involved in all subjects on both days of the CAMP. Three coop societies sponsored beautiful bags to the participants.  

Earnakulam division team has made an excellent arrangements for the youth camp. CHQ special thanks to Johanson sir conducting such awareness programs to members particularly to the Women and Youth. It is an ideal program for remaining Circles.

Sivaji Vasireddy
GS NAPE Gc.