Thursday, December 31, 2009

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Doubling of SB Allowance & PO RMS Accountant Special Allowance

On receipt of complaints from some Divisions in Tamil Nadu Circle,  myself and Shri.P.S. Babu met the concerned officer  in the Directorate and told about the non issuance of orders in regard to the above two items. He told that he will check up again and if the orders were not issued yet, he will issue the same shortly.

= General Secretary

Promotion of JAO's to AAOs

HON'BLE MOC &MOSC HAVE CLEARED THE FILE ON MERGER OF ACCOUNTS

ALL AAO PROMOTED OFFICIALS ARE TO BE RELIEVED WITHIN THREE DAYS TO ASSUME CHARGE

GAZETTE NOTIFICATION ISSUED SHALL BE IMPLEMENTED IN LETTER AND SPIRIT

Hon'ble Minister of Communications as well as Minister of State have cleared the crucial file regarding Merger of Accounts cadres of P & T, with clear cut instructions to all concerned Authority to comply with them in respect of the following three items:

. All information sought by the Steering Group for Merger may be supplied by Officers of any rank in the Departments of Posts & Telecom
2. All promoted officials (465 waitlisted officials) may be relieved within Three Days time enabling them to assume charge and
3. Gazette Notification issued by the DOT to be implemented true to its letter and spirit.

It is, therefore, requested that all qualified officials may approach their concerned CCA, DOT and accept the offer of Promotion as per the Pro forma enclosed therein. This need not be confused with the question of Relieving order to be issued by DOP which will follow soon.

As per the Promotional Orders issued, even those officials who have earlier passed IPO exam and jointed as IPO or promoted ASP also are included. Therefore there is no problem for them too appear before the Controller in DOT in order to accept the promotional offer.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Promotion of JAO's to AAOs

It is informed by the Secretary General, FNPO that he had issued telegrams to the Secretary (Posts) and Member (P), Postal Services Board to relieve all the JAOs before 30.12.2009 to enable them to join in the AAO's post. He is also pursuing it vigarously.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

465 JAO's promoted to AAOs

The Govt.of India,Minstry of Communications &IT, Steering Group Sanchar Bhawan, vide its order No. 27-7/2009-SEA II dated 21.12.2009 had issued orders promoting 465 JAOs of Postal and Telecom wing as AAO's with effect from 30-12-2009 orthe date of assumption of charge whichever is later. The JAOs qualified in the years from 1988 to 1997 are now promoted.

We congratulate all of them.  The detailed order can be downloaded from  www.dot.gov.in/SEA/sea1_21.12.2009.pdf

Thursday, December 17, 2009

3rd UNI-APRO Post & Logistics Sector Conference at Hanoi-Vietnam





3rd UNI-APRO Post & Logistics Sector Conference



The Third UNI-APRO Post & Logistic sector Conference was held at Hanoi, Vietnam from 12th to13th December 2009.  53 representatives from 16 Asian Pacific countries participated in the Conference.  The Conference discussed the problems faced by Postal Services, Postal financial services and the impact of Privatization and deregulation and the threats for Postal workers.  The Confernce adopted resolution for organizing Global Framework Agreement and the Global crisis and Europeans Postal Industry and Australia Post.

The General Secretary, NAPE Group C participated in the conference.  He submitted report on IndiaPost on the threats of Privatization and deregulation.

Officer holding the post of JTS with Grade Pay Rs.5400/- in PB-2 can act as Chair Person of the Screening Committee for granting Modified ACP in Department of Posts

Ministry of Communications & IT


Department of Posts



NO No.4-7/MACPS/2009/-PCC dated 9.12.2009

Subject:-Modified Assured carrier Progression Scheme to central Government civil Employees with effect from 01-09-2008

I am directed to invite your attention to the Para 9&10 of this office OM No 4-7(MACPS)2009-PCC dated 18 Sep 2009 regarding constitution of Screening committee for MACPS. Parag 9 of the OM provides that Member of the Committee should not be below the rank of Under Secretary or equivalent in PB-3 with Grade Pay of Rs 6600/- and the Chairperson should be a grade above the members of the Committee.
Keeping in view the difficulties experienced -by various Circles for constitution of the Screening Committee due to non-availability of officers of the rank of Under Secretary or equivalent in the Grade Pay of Rs.6600 and likely delay in holding the meetings of the Screening Committee in the light of the existing provisions; the issue has been considered in the Directorate and I am directed to convey that Officer holding the post in JTS with grade pay of Rs. 5400/- in PB-2 [in the event of non-availability of STS officer can act as chair person of the Screening Committee in Department of Posts.


In case of any difficulty experienced following the above change in the composition of the screening committee, the same may be brought to the notice of this Directorate for examination.

This has the approval of Secretary (Posts).


Sd/- (Surendra Kumar),

Assistant Director General (GDS/PCC)

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

National Anomaly Committee Meeting and Decisions

The first meeting of the National Anomaly Committee was held on 12th December, 2009. Secretary (Personnel) chaired the meeting. In the opening remark, Com. Umraomal Purohit drew the attention of the Chairman of the non-functioning of the Departmental Councils in various departments and the consequent non setting up of Departmental Anomaly Committees. He also raised the issue of the order of the DOPT defining the term Anomaly, which was at variance with the one given in 1997. He recalled the discussion he had with the official side in the matter when it was agreed that the definition of the term would be the same as was in the order of 1997. Responding to the remarks made by the Staff Side Secretary, the Chairman said that his office would take steps to ensure the functioning of the JCM at all levels and informed the meeting that the National Council of the JCM would meet on 16th January, 2009 and the notice therefore has already been issued. On the question of anomaly, it was informed by the Chairman, that all efforts would be taken to address all questions of anomaly and resolve them. The official side clarified that all questions of disparity in relativities would also be addressed except on those on which the 6th CPC has gone into and taken decision enumerating reasons. The Chairman asked the staff Side to bring to the notice of the DOPT/DOE of all those items which stand rejected by the concerned Departmental Anomaly Committees taking shelter under the extant definition.

The following items were discussed :
Fixation of Pay in Revised Pay Scale
The VI CPC in para 2.2.19 (vii) has indicated that where prerevised pay scales have been merged it has been done by extending the existing minimum prescribed for the highest pay scale with which the other scales are being merged. Accordingly it has also been stipulated in 7(1) (A) of the CCS (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 that if the minimum of the Revised Pay Band / Pay Scale is more that what is determined by multiplying the existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 by a factor of 1.86 and rounding of the resultant figure to the next multiple of 10, the pay shall be fixed at the minimum of the revised Pay Band / Pay Scale. Note 2B below Rule 7, ibid and illustration 4B given in the Explanatory Memorandum to the Revised Pay Rule apply to cases of merger of Pay Scales. Note 2 B states that pay in the revised Pay Bands will be fixed in the manner prescribed in accordance with Clause (A) (i) And clause (A) (ii) of Rule 7. In illustration 4B a case of an employee in the pre revised pay scale Rs.5000-8000 drawing Rs.5600 as on 1.1.2006 in the pay scale of 6500-10500 has been indicated with which the pay scale of Rs.5000-8000 stands merged.

Taking these into account the pay in the Pay Band in the case of all employees in the Pay Scales of Rs.5000-8000 and Rs.5500-9000 has to be fixed at Rs. 6500 multiplied by 1.86 i.e. Rs.12090. The fixation tables for pay scales 5000-8000 and 5500-9000may therefore be modified fixing the pay in the pay band at Rs.12090 wherever it is less than that amount.
Illustration 4B in the explanatory memorandum to the Revised Pay Rules 2008 may be modified as under:-
Existing Scale of Pay 5000-8000
Pay Band PB-2 9300-34800
Merged with Pay Scale 6500-10500
Existing Basic Pay as on 1.1.06 Rs.5600
Pay in the PB-2 Rs.5600 X 1.86 = 10420 As per Clause (A) (i) of Rule 7(i) of Revised Pay rules 2008
Pay in the PB-2 Rs.6500- X 1.86 = 12090 As per Clause (A) (ii) of Rule 7 (i) of Revised Pay Rules 2008
Grade Pay Rs.4200
Revised Basic Pay Rs.16290

Decision:
The Staff Side pointed out that what has been recommended by the 6th CPC in Para 2.2.19(vii_ in respect of fixation of minimum pay in the Pay band for merged pay scales had not been taken into account while computing the pay band and the table. After some discussion, the official side stated to have a re-look into the matter.

Item No. 5(i)
On Revised Pay Rules. 2008
(i).Option
It has been mentioned under sub rule 4 thereof that the option once exercised shall be final and should be exercised within three months from the date of notification of the rule vide Sub rule I thereof. Since it is very difficult to comprehend and assess the implication of such option, we propose that the first option exercised within three months may not be treated as final and the employees be permitted to revise the option within six month of the date of exercising the first option.
Decision.
The official side has agreed to allow another option. The Side Side also pointed out during the discussion that the option exercised by the officials under F.R. 22(I)(A(1) on promotion has been restricted to only first promotion, which appears to be unreasonable. The official side has agreed to examine whether the above option can be allowed to cover all promotions.

Item No. 5(ii)
(ii). Special allowance and qualification pay which are taken for fixation purposes on promotion should be doubled with effect from 1.1.2006 and not from 1.9.2008 as it cannot be construed to be an allowance. If this is not done, senior employees will suffer loss in emoluments, in case of persons who are promoted during the period between 1.1.2006 and 1.9.2008.

It was pointed out that the item relating to 5th CPC is still pending at the Standing Committee. The Official Side stated that the item would be covered when a decision is taken on the item relating to 5th CPC.

Item No. 5(vi)

(vi) Rule 9. Date of next increment
It is seen after going through the stipulation in the above rules that a person whose increment falls on 1.1.2006 will get the increment on 1.1.2006 in the pre revised pay scale and will get the next increment in the revised pay structure on 1.7.2006 i.e. on expiry of six months. Similarly those, whose next increment is between 1st July, 2006 and 1st December, 2006 would also be granted next increment in the revised pay structure on 1.7.2006. On the other hand, the persons whose increment dates are between 1st Feb. 2006 and 1st June 2006 have to wait for more than 12 months to get the next increment on 1.7.2006. This is quite anomalous. In the case of those who retire during the period between 1st Feb. and 30th June, they will suffer a loss of one increment perpetually thus affecting their pension. It is, therefore proposed that the persons whose increment falls between 1st February and 1st June, 2006 may be given one increment on 1.1.2006 as a one time measure.

The official side agreed to issue orders to cover those in service between 1.1.2006 and 1.7.2006 as a one time measure. The Staff Side however, pointed out that they have made the suggestion for a one time measure on the specific understanding that Rule 9 of the Revised Pay Rules 2008 has no applicable in the fixation of increment date in future as in those cases, the Fundamental Rules will have the application. The Official side was of the opinion that the Revised Pay Rules will override the provisions of the Fundamental Rules. The Staff Side then contended that the increment of an official cannot be postponed except on award of a penalty after initiation of the disciplinary proceedings. The official side after some discussion agreed to reconsider the issue in the light of the contention made by the Staff Side.
Item No. 5(vii).
(vii). Tax deduction from salary:
Spread over of the arrears of salary is permissible under section 89 (a) of the I.T. Act. No tax will thus become payable by Group D employees on account of receipt of arrears eventually. Therefore, executive instructions may be issued not to deduct any tax from the arrears payment pertaining to the Group D employees. In respect of others, they may be allowed to exercise option to tax the arrears either on receipt basis or accrual basis.
Decision .
Since the arrears have all been paid after deduction of tax, this item was not pressed.
Item No. 5(vii)Temporary Status Casual Labourers
As per existing scheme the employees who are afforded temporary status are paid the wages computed with reference to the minimum of the corresponding scale of pay of regular employees. In the case of Group D temporary status employees, it will become necessary that they are afforded the requisite training if they are non- matriculates.
Decision.
Orders would be issued in the case of temporary status employees. In the case of those who died /retired between 1.1.06 and 1.9.2008 grant of grade pay of Rs. 1800 without training was raised by the Staff Side. It was agreed that the Govt. would take a decision in their case favorably.

Item No. 6. Benefit on promotion.
It is an accepted proposition that an employee when promoted to a higher post involving higher responsibility should get a suitable raise in his salary. It was on this consideration that FR 22-C was framed whereby the promotee was first granted an increment in the lower Pay Scale and then fixed at the appropriate (next) stage in the higher grade.

At the time of V CPC it was agreed that minimum increase in salary on promotion shall not be less then Rs.100/- There are certain grades in which, on promotion, a hike of Rs.650/- is being allowed with reference to pre-revised pay scale.

In these circumstances grant of only one increment in the lower Pay Band / Pay scale and difference in grade pay, if there be any, being granted on promotion is certainly inadequate. We therefore propose that minimum benefit on promotion should not be less than 10% of the Pay+Grade Pay of the feeder post.
Decision:
The official side stated that the above item was not covered under the definition of anomaly. However, after some discussion, it was agreed that the official side would further discuss the issue outside the forum of the Anomaly Committee.

Item No. 7. Fixation of pay on promotion.
The minimum Entry pay with Grade Pay in the revised pay structure for direct recruits appointed on or after 1.1.2006 has been specific vide first Schedule, Part –A, Section II of the Gazette Notification of the Govt. of India, Ministry of Finance No. G.S.R. 622 (E) dated 29.8.2008.
On promotion, the pay of the promotees should not be less than the direct recruits.
In VI CPC structure there is no pay scale and new concept of grade pay has been inducted, which should determine the status. As such the following provisions need to be inserted below clarification 2. 'The method of Fixation of Pay on promotion on or after 1.1.2006.
"on promotion to the higher grade pay of an employee should be fixed appropriately and in any case it should not be less than the entry Pay in the revised pay structure for direct recruits appointed on of after 1.1.2006 for the post." further, on promotion to the next higher grade pay an employee should be fixed by adding 10% of pay, plus the grade pay as demanded by NC/JCM in its memorandum submitted to the Chairman, NC/JCM/Cabinet secretary on 8.4.2008.
Decision.
The Official Side agreed to issue enabling orders in the matter.
Item No. 8. Refixation of pension/family pension.
Para 9 of the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension's O.M. No. F.No. 38/37/08-P&PW (A) dated 1.9.2008 states as under:-
"The consolidated pension / family pension as worked out in accordance with provisions of para 4.1 above shall be treated as final basic pension with effect from 1.1.2006 and shall qualify for grant of Dearness Relief sanctioned thereafter.".
This has left uncovered the provision made in para 4.2 of the same OM, which lays down as under:-
The fixation of pension will be subject to the provision that the revised pension in no case, shall be lower than fifty present of the minimum of the pay in the pay band plus the grade pay corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale from which the pensioner had retired. In the case of HAG + and above scales, this will be fifty percent of the minimum of the revised pay scale."

Since refixation of pension has been allowed both under paras 4.1 and 4.2, they should both he covered in para 9 of the OM. It is requested that para 9 of the said OM may be revised including both paras 4.1 and 4.2 thereof.

Decision.
Orders have been issued vide O.M.dated 12th and 14th September, 2009
Item. No. 9. Anomaly in pension for Government Servants who retired/Died in harness between 1.1.2006 and 1.9. 2006

The Sixth Central Pay Commission lays down inter-alia that once an employee renders the minimum pensionable service of 20 years, pension should be paid at 50% of the average emoluments received during the past 10 months or the pay last down, whichever is more beneficial to the retiring employee.
As per the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension O.M. F.No. 38/37/08-P&P(W)(A) dated 2nd September 2008, these orders shall come into force with effect from the date of issue of this OM, namely 2nd September 2008 and shall be, applicable to all Government Servants becoming entitled to pension after rendering the minimum qualifying service of 20 years or on completion of 10 years qualifying service in accordance with rule 49(2) of the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972.
However, the Govt. servants who have retired on or after 1.1.2006 but before the date of issue of this OM (2.9.2008) have been debarred from this benefit. They will be governed by the rules/ orders which were in force immediately before coming into effect of these orders. In other words their pension will be calculated on average emoluments received during the last 10 months and not on the actual pay last drawn. It is requested that this discrimination should be removed.
Decision.
Orders are under issue. The Staff Side raised the inordinate delay in fixing the revised pension and disbursement of arrears to pensioners. The official side assured to monitor the payment of arrears to pensioners. The refusal on the part of many banks to issue the due and drawn statement even on requisition was also brought to the notice of the Chairman. The Director (Pension) assured that suitable instructions would be issued in this regard to all Banks.
Item No.10. Commutation of pension.
The minimum period of service for eligibility for pension is 10 years. For appointment to Government Service the minimum age is 18 years. In view of this, if a person is appointed at the age of 18 years he cannot become eligible for pension unless he has served for a period of at least 10 years and attained the age of 28 years i.e. when his birthday falls in the 29th years.
The table adopted as per the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension's OM No. 38/37/08-P&PW (A) dated 2.9.2008 shows the minimum age of next birthday after retirement as 20 which is not understood. It is requested that suitable amendment to the table referred to may be notified.
The item was withdrawn by the Staff Side.

Item No.11 to 14. These items were deferred for discussion at the next meeting.

Item No.15.
Parity in pension of all pre 1996 retirees with those who retired on Or after 1.1.2006
The Government have already accepted in principle that there shall be parity in pension amongst pensioners irrespective of the date from which they had retired.
Accordingly pension of all pre 1986 retirees was revised with effect from 1.1.96 by first determining the notional pay which would have been fixed as on 1.1.86 (treating as if the employees were in service on that date) and then the Notional Pension was updated by applying the same fitment formula which was applied to serving employees.
We, therefore demanded that the notional pay of all pre 1996 retirees may be fixed as on 1.1.96 in terms of Revised Pay Rules, 1996 and the notional pension as on 1.1.96 may be revised w.e.f. 1.1.06 by applying the same fitment formula which is applied in the case of serving employees i.e. by multiplying the notional pension as on 1.1.96 by 1.86 + the Grade Pay of the Pay Scale (V CPC) from which they would have retired.
The revision of pension has been done by applying the formula of Basic Pension as on 1.1.96 + Dearness Pension (50% of Basic Pension) + Dearness Relief on Basic Pension + Dearness Pension+40% of Basic Pension.
This is not the same that has been granted to serving employees. In whose case the Grade Pay which is the fitment benefit is 40% of the maximum of the Pre-revised Pay Scale.
As such the Pensioners should also be granted 50% the of Grade Pay of the Pay Scale from which they had retired by way of fitment benefit and not 40% of Basic Pension.
Decision.
The Staff Side pointed out that the 6th CPC in order to maintain the existing modified parity between the present and future retirees had indicated that it would be necessary to allow the same fitment benefit as is being recommended for the existing Government employees vide para 5.1.47 in page 338. However, the Commission recommended that all past pensioners should be allowed fitment benefit equal to 40% of the basic pension. The statement and the recommendation made to give effect to the statement was at variance giving rise to anomaly and disparity in pension entitlement between the past pensioners and the future pensioners. After detailed discussion, the official side agreed to consider the issue once again.

At the conclusion of the meeting, the Staff Side took up the matter concerning non representation of Postal Federations in the National Council as some members of a Federation which could not muster even 5% membership had been approaching one court or the other in a bid to delay the verification process and consequent recognition of the Associations and Federations in the Postal Department. As it would be a never ending process, the denial for the unions who had mustered more than 75% of the membership representation in the National Council would be a miscarriage of justice, the Staff Side added.. The Director (SR) of the Postal Department, who had represented the Postal Department in the official side agreed with the contention of the Staff Side and reported to the Chairman, that they had granted adhoc recognition to the Unions who had mustered the requisite membership and the Department Council had also been convened and met on adhoc basic. The question of granting of representation to the representatives of the Staff in the National Council had been referred to the Department of Personnel and their advice in the matter was being solicited. The Chairman assured the Staff Side to look into the matter and take appropriate decision soon.

The denial of revised higher Grade Pay to Master Craftsmen of Workshops in MMS in the Postal Department, while affording the same to those in Railways and Defence was also raised by the Staff Side. The Department of Expenditure pointed out that they had not received any reference from the Postal Department in this matter, whereas the official side representative of the Postal Department stated that they had referred this matter to them earlier. After some discussion, it was agreed that the Department of Expenditure and the Postal Department would sort out this matter expeditiously.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Proposed RMS Strike from 15.12..2009

RMS Unions affiliated to FNPO & NFPE have dropped the proposed indefinite strike from 15.12.2009 after reaching an agreement with the Department of Posts.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Planning Commission moves to help BPO


Planning Commission plans to focus on human resources in mid-term review of Eleventh Plan. The Panel wants to change the archaic definition of"workmen"to enable better working conditions in business process outsourcing (BPO) industries.

Foreign investors and BPO firms will be aided by government help to offer safer working conditions for employees.

Human capital is considered vital to attract foreign investment and panel wants an "Advantage India" brand.

The legislative change will help BPO employees- who often work night-shifts -to get higher protection and safety in working conditions.

The BPO industry has been one of the top job generators in the country in the last few years.  Under the current definition, unskilled lahor comes under the category of workmen. "In the legal sense, even the BPO employees come under this definition, which is causing a sense of discomfort".

DEPARTMENT OF POSTS AGREED OUR DEMAND FOR REVERTING BACK TO KHAKI COLOURED UNIFORM

D.G. Posts No. 23-3/2008-UPE dated 9th Dec, 2009.

The colour of the uniform of the Postmen and Group D staff changed to blue in the year 2004. However, there has been demand from the Postal Unions/Associations for switchover from blue colour of the uniform to khaki colour.

After detailed consideration and taking into account the views of the Circles and deliberations with the Postal Unions/Associations, a decision has been taken by the Postal Service Board for a switchover to khaki colour uniform for eligible categories of Postmen and Group D staff.

A proposal to revise the design of the uniform is also under consideration .In the meantime, the Circles are requested to procure and supply khaki cloth as per DOPT specification for the minimum requirement that is absolutely essential as a change in the uniform design, material, specification etc. is under consideration.


Saturday, November 28, 2009

MODIFIED ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME (MACPS) FOR THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYYES- CLARIFICATION

N0.3503413/2008-Estt(D)


Government of lndia

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions

(Department of Personnel and Training)

New Delhi 1 10001

16th November, 2009
OFFICE MEMORANDUM


SUBJECT:- MODIFIED ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME (MACPS) FOR THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES - CLARIFICATIONS REGARDING

Reference is invited to the Department of Personnel and Training (D0PT)'s Office Memorandum of even number dated the lgth May, 2009 regarding the Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS).

Consequent upon the implementation of Sixth Pay Commissions recommendations, the four pre-revised Group 'D' pay scales viz., Rs.2550-3200, Rs.2610-3540, Rs.2610-4000 and Rs.2650-4000 have been upgraded and replaced by the revised pay structure of grade pay of Rs.1800 in the pay band PB-1. As per the recommendations of Sixth CPC, Government.servants in these four pre-revised Group 'D' scales have been granted the Group 'C' revised pay structure of grade pay of Rs.1800 in the pay band PB-1. It has been decided on the analogy of point-5 of Annexure-l of MACPS dated 19.05.2009 that promotions earned or upgradations granted under ACP Scheme of August,-1999 in the past to the four pay scales mentioned above, which now carry the grade pay of Rs.18001- shall be ignored for the purpose of MACPS. However, promotions/financial upgradations earned by existing Group 'D' employees to grade pay of Rs.1900 (pre-revised scale of Rs.3050-75-3590-80-4590) shall be counted for the purpose of MACPS.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Thanks to Viewers !

It is now two years over when we started a separate website for NAPE-Group'c' nupegc.blogspot.com. In these years we shared the informations with all our members and well wishers. In turn they have expressed their opinions and suggestions which are really helpful to assess the thinking of workforce at various levels.


We express our sincere thanks for the patronage extended by our viewers.

Modification of GDS wage structure


1-1/RR- GDS                                                                                                                     dated 12.11.2009




To

The Dy. Director General (Estt.)

Department of Posts,

New Delhi 110 001
Sir,


Ref: - Your letter No. EST/GDS/RSNM/Committee/08 dt. 16.10.09

In Para 2 of Annexure V of the above referred order it is stated that the respective Authorities shall fix the TRCA of all the GDS working under their jurisdiction with reference to their existing work load, Basic TRCA drawn as on 1-1-2006 and send the names of GDS with statement of fixation of TRCA as on 1-1-2006 as per given formula and also intimate the annual increases up to the date of issue of orders to the DDOs.

In this letter no orders were issued for fixation of the TRCA of those GDS officials who’s TRCA was revised after 1-1-2006. Some divisional heads interpreting the work “existing work load” as, work load as on date of revision i.e. after 1-1-2006 and fixing the new TRCA in the new slabs as per the work load, whether it may be 3rd, 4th or 5th. Some divisional heads are interpreting the same work, as work load as on 1-1-2006 and fixing the TRCA as per the TRCA drawn as on 1-1-2006 and allowing three increments and no refixation is being done on the date of revision in pre revised scale. If the intension of the Dept. is to fix TRCA as per the TRCA drawn as on 1-1-2006, there is no need to add the words existing work load.


This ambiguity needs to be removed and specific orders should be issued.

There must be specific orders, on how to fix the TRCA of those GDS officials whose TRCA was revised after 1-1-2006.

NEW RECRUITS


In para 2.1 it was stated as, the TRCA to GDS engaged on or after 1-1-2006 shall be fixed at the minimum of the revised TRCA slab from the date of their engagements. In para 3 it was stated as “the fixation will be done at the minimum of the New TRCA slab applicable as on their date of engagement. What is meant by slab applicable? Whether it is as per the work load of that post? If it is so, if the work load of a B.O.s is 125 points whether a new recruitee can be given minimum TRCA of the 5th Scale?


Orders without any ambiguity may be got issued.

STAGNATION

Some BPMs are already stagnating in 1st TRCA. This is happening because some GDS SVs in pre revised 2nd scale were redeployed as BPMs with pay protection. After new fixation they are now at stagnation stage.

WORK LOAD CALCULATION


Till date the work load of the GDS is being calculated on the existing norms only. Many GDS BPMs TRCA is revised from 1st to 2nd TRCA after 1-1-2006 as the work load of NREGS is taking into calculation. As till date no norms are revised, all the GDS officials TRCA should be fixed based on the existing work load and there should not be any ceiling on pay slabs. Fixing of ceiling 3rd scale to BPMs is quite injustice.

If at all the Dept. implements new norms, the date of effect should be prospectively and not retrospective from 1-1-2006.

Yours Sincerely,

(D. KISHN RAO)

GENERAL SECRETARY

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

GDS Problems


I met the DDG ( Estt.) today and discussed about the various GDS problems. He said that the department is also very much concerned about the GDS and actions are initiated to provide them with Social Security Scheme (like pension to departmental employees) and also considering proposal to give them medical benefits. He had assured to expedite the proposals.


1. The Department has got the proposals from the Provident fund Development authority and processing the pension as a Social Security scheme for GDS employees.

2. The issue of Health care scheme, the permission of health ministry is taken and it is under process.

3. The department is raising the incentives as detailed below:

(i) For RPLI and PLI proposals for a new Policy present Rs. 250 for one lakh policies will be increased to Rs.400 and per subsequent premium, the present incentive will be doubled. For RD, incentive will be introduced. All the GDS will be covered in these schemes.

4. The Department is finalizing the time factors for the RPLI and it will be same as of PLI time factor to the departmental employees. The SB Accounts of NREGS, the same time factor of the SB will be given. In respect of OAP Money Orders, the same time factor for the regular money orders will be given.



5. The GS argued about the fixation of TRCA on the revised scales as only the arrears were drawn on the basis of third scale. The DDG agreed to issue necessary clarificatory orders.

Filling up of HSG II Posts in Tamil Nadu Circle

Today, the General Secretary, NAPE-C met the DDG (P) and the Director (SPN) regarding the above subject and had a detailed discussion. They have agreed to fill up the unfilled HSG II posts . The officers, it is learnt had also spoken to the officer concerned in Tmail Nadu Circle. I have also contacted the concerned officer in the CPMG’s office in Tamil Nadu Circle and had a thorough discussion. He had assured to take action immediately and I hope that HSG II posts lying unfilled will be filled up.The GS also explained the experience of A.P. where the notional promotions were given even after 2002 which were cancelled thereafter. The GS argued that for the sake of disputed promotions they can not victimize the eligible officials waiting for the promotion and they will be penalized if their promotions are not considered before 31-12-2009.The Circle office is expected to issue orders immediately.

The CHQ conveys its thanks to Shri.C.Kumaran, Regional Secretary, NAPE Gr.C, Shri.V.Mohan, Secretary, NAPE-C, Coimbatore Division and Shri. M. Senthilrajan, NAPE-C, Madurai Division for having brought this issue to the notice of the CHQ.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

System Administrator's of U.P Circle - Seminar

One viewer had commented as to why the Union is not holding national level seminar to enable to share the views of the department with the System Adminisgtrators and the Unions view.  The matter was already taken up with the Department after we held a separate meeting of System Admi.nistrators of Kerala Circle and we had  revealed our stand through our journal.  The department is yet to respond officially and replied to us that it will consider the proposal when cadre restructuring proposal is taken up.  We are urging the department to convene a meeting regarding cadre restructure very early.  Once the department reveals its views, we feel that it would  be better to share the same with the System Administrators. 

In the U P Circle Seminar held on 08-11-2009 our proposal was totally endorsed by the System Administrators. We do not want to comment more on this viewer's comments in the website.

Abnormal delay in filling up of HSG II and HSG I posts in Tamil Nadu Circle

Sri. M. Senthilrajan, FNPO, P3, Madurai Division had made comments regarding the abnormal delay in filling up of the above posts.  He is requested to furnish the full details regarding the existing vacancies unfilled in the above cadres to the CHQ immediately to enable to take up the issue with the Postal Directorate.

= General Secretary

New Faces at UNI Head Office


UNI has some new faces in the Nyon office and some familiar faces in new positions.


Adriana Rosenzvaig has moved from the head of UNI Graphical & Packaging to the head of the new Strategic Campaigns, Organising and Education (SCORE) department. Steve Walsh is the new head of UNI Graphical. Steve comes from Australia where he was the National Secretary of the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union Printing Division. In the SCORE department, Adriana is joined by Nadine Rae and Olga Vinogradova. Nadine worked in India from January 2007-April 2009, coordinating an all India campaign to organise private security workers with UNI and two Indian national trade union centres. Olga formerly headed up UNI’s work in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. In Property Services, Alice Dale has joined as head of sector and Nigel Venes is the organiser for the department. Alice was a local president and national officer in US union SEIU, working in Property Services, Healthcare and Public Services for over 20 years before joining UNI in June 2009. Nigel comes to UNI from the Public & Commercial Services Union in the UK where he was a national organiser since 2003.

“This is a new era for UNI as we move into the future with a strong plan to organise more workers and build their bargaining power,” said Adriana Rosenzvaig. “I am excited to be leading the SCORE department and to be working with new colleagues in both my department and in the sectors.”UNI has many new faces in the Nyon office that have joined in the last few years.

‘Don’t put the squeeze on workers!’ unions tell DHL

From the 9th to 13th of November, DHL employees and their unions are standing up to the company and demanding respect for their rights in the “Don’t put the squeeze on workers” campaign.


The global campaign for DHL workers has been organized by the International Transport Federation and UNI Post & Logistics. In dozens of cases in over 20 countries, DHL has sacked, harassed and intimidated workers for union activities. The attacks on workers’ rights and unions started long before the financial crisis but now DHL management has latched onto the crisis as an excuse for drastic cost cutting and victimizing its employees.

For example, in Germany, workers at the new Leipzig hub are paid so little they are entitled to government income subsidies. In South Africa, DHL has lost three court cases for wrongful sackings of union stewards. The unions are asking the public to send messages to DHL CEO.

Frank Appel urging him to respect workers’ rights.

Send a message at http:// www.respect4workers.org

Monday, November 9, 2009

Meeting with Secretary (Posts)

The Tamil Nadu Circle Vice President, NAPE Gr.C and Regional Secretary Western Region Shri.C.Kumaran and Shri.  V.Mohan, Divisional Secretary, NAPE Group 'C', Coimbatore Division met Secretary (Posts) Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy on 24.10.09 at Coimbatore and submitted the following subjects.  The Secretary said that she will look into the problems and assured to do the needful in the matter.

1. Construction of a Community Hall in the department owned site at Sanganur- Koundampalayam, Coimbatore.  There are acres of land owned by the department lying idle during the last 20 years at Sanganur near Koundampalayam.  Therefore, my Union requests that a community hall may be constructed in the site for the welfare of staff.  A city like Coimbatore where rent for the community hall is very high and not affordable to the working class.  Hence, it will be very useful for the staff if community hall is constructed at early at the above site.

2. Division-wise Technology cell may be constituted among academic computer qualified officials to ensure minimum maintenace of computrers in all computerized Post Offices.  They may be equipped with all type of training including refilling of ribbon/cartridge and blow air cleaning of computrer equipments in all officers periodically instead of AMC.

3. Mileage allowance may be granted to the System Administrators to the actual distance travelled by them for the purpose instead of fixing 200 Kms per month.  In big cities where more computerized offices are attended by them needs to travel more than the prescribed limit.

4. Fast Track Promotion : Govt. has issued orders to fill up all LSG, HSG II and HSG I posts immediately on ad-hoc basis.  In almost all other Circles all FTP officials are working in HSG II and HSG I posts whereas in Tamil Nadu Circle nearly 100 officials are waiting for HSG II postings although there are sufficient number of vacancies kept unfilled.


Wednesday, November 4, 2009

System Administrator's of U.P Circle - Seminar

The System Administrator's who are members of NAPE Group C of U.P Circle have convened a Seminar on 8th November
2009 at Sultanpur.  The General Secretary, NAPE Group C is the Chief Guest.

We have already submitted our views on the subject to the Postal Directorate which was also published in our monthly Journal Postal Sentinel.  In the meantime we held series of discussions with the officers concerned.  We demanded separate scale of pay and the existing system administrators be absorbed in that cadre.  The department said that it would consider our proposal at the time of  cadre restructuring discussions.

The CHQ is pursuing this issue vigarously.

Friday, October 30, 2009

CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1. Drop all measures to merge SROs with Head Post Offices and reject the recommendations of PMG Kurnool.

2. Stop merging RMS Offices having more than 10,000 mails in violation of agreement between the Department and the Staff Side.

3. Stop all negative moves of merger / abolition of RMS Divisions; CRCs; ROs; Transit Sections; and Night Sets.

4. Drop all moves towards privatisation / outsourcing of MMS functions.

5. Implementation of Arbitration Award on OTA; Revise OSA; and refix ceiling for entitlement for drawal of OTA.

6. Recruitment of required Drivers and Work Shop Staff.

7. Filling up the vacant posts of Assistant Managers in MMS; Mail Guards and MSE staff in RMS.

8. Abolish all GDS MM posts in RMS and regularise the existing GDS MM as MSEs.

9. Grant Temporary Status to all eligible Casual labourers as on service on 1.9.1993; Issue immediate orders for drawal of 6th CPC wages to all RRR Candidates, Casual labourers and Contingent Staff.

10. Revise unscientific work norms in Speed Post and CRCs.

PROGRAMME OF ACTION

9.11.2009 – 11.11.2009: Gate Meeting at Work Spot.

13.11.2009: Dharna at Divisional / Regional Offices.

20.11.2009: Dharna at Circle Office and Submission of Memorandum to Chief Postmaster General.

22.11.2009 – 29.11.2009: Meet your Constituency Member of Parliament and submit Memorandum seeking his intervention with the Honourable Prime Minister & MOC&IT.

30.11.2009: Rally to Governor and submission of Memorandum.

1.12.2009: Dharna in front of Dak Bhawan and serving of

INDEFINITE STRIKE NOTICE.

FROM 15.12.2009: Indefinite Strike

K.Ragavendran

Secretary General NFPE

JCA Decisions

SECRETARIES GENERAL OF NFPE & FNPO - GENERAL SECRETARIES OF P3, P4, R3, R4 & ADMN UNIONS OF BOTH NFPE AND FNPO - DEPUTY GS POSTAL ACCOUNTS UNION - TREASURER AIPEDEU CHQ - ATTENDED THE JCA MEETING on 28th October 2009


JCA MET IN THE AFTERMATH OF IMPLEMENTATION OF GDS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

JCA UNANIMOUSLY DECIDED TO ORGANISE A NATIONWIDE 'SAVE RMS' PROGRAMME BY POSTAL JCA DURING NOVEMBER 2009 AND CULMINATING IN INDEFINITE STRIKE BY RMS&MMS UNIONS OF NFPE & FNPO FROM 15TH DECEMBER 2009 - FEDERATIONS & OTHER AFFILIATES OF NFPE & FNPO WOULD ORGANISE EFFECTIVE SOLIDARITY PROGRAMMES IN SUPPORT OF RMS&MMS EMPLOYEES STRIKE.


DUE TO MORE TIME REQUESTED BY THE AIPEDEU FOR FINALISING THE DEMANDS OF GDS IT HAS BEEN DECIDED TO MEET AFTER RMS STRIKE - OTHER REGULAR EMPLOYEES UNIONS ALSO WOULD FINALISE THEIR DEMANDS IN DUE COURSE AND WOULD BE DISCUSSEDD IN NEXT JCA MEETING AFTER RMS STRIKE

POSTAL JCA DECIDED TO ADDRESS THE SECRETARY [P] ABOUT THE SERIOUS ATTACKS MOUNTED ON THE RMS - THE COPY OF LETTER FROM JCA TO SECRETARY [P] AND THE COPY OF CHARTER OF DEMANDS / PROGRAMME OF ACTION / JCA CIRCULAR ARE PLACED HEREUNDER FOR FACILITATING THE BRANCHES AND DIVISIONS TO ORGANISE JCA PROGRAMMES WITH TOTAL SUCCESS.




COPY OF POSTAL JCA CIRCULAR TO CIRCLE SECRETARIES
 
National Federation of Postal Employees


1st Floor, North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi - 110001

Federation of National Postal Organisations

T-24, Atul Grove Road, New Delhi - 110001

JCA/2009 Dated 29th October 2009



To

All Circle Secretaries of NFPE / FNPO Unions / Associations.


Dear Comrades / Colleagues,

The Postal JCA of NFPE – FNPO – AIPEDEU – NUGDS has met in the Office of NFPE on 28.10.2009 and reviewed the situation as a follow up to the implementation of GDS Committee and pending issues of Postal Regular Employees. It has been decided that the Postal JCA will again meet in December 2009 after the finalisation of demands by GDS Unions and other Unions for reviewing the situation. However, the Postal JCA with grave concern reviewed the intensifying attack on the RMS & MMS and the new schemes and plans aimed at liquidating the RMS & MMS completely. The JCA has thereafter came to the unanimous conclusion that unless the moves are resisted with all our might immediately the Department will go ahead with its negative moves of merger of RMS Divisions; Merger of SROS with HPOs; Merger / Abolition of RMS Offices in violation of agreement between the Directorate and Staff Side; Outsourcing of MMS functions to Private Contractors etc. It was therefore decided upon to launch an All India Programme of Action under the banner of the Postal Joint Council of Action in November 2009 culminating in an Indefinite Strike action by RMS & MMS Unions of NFPE and FNPO from 15th December 2009.

The Postal JCA letter addressed to the Secretary Department of Posts along with the 10 Charter of Demands and the Programme of Action are enclosed. Circle Secretaries are requested to circulate all by translating in respective Regional languages. A Strike Campaign Tour Programme by the General Secretaries and the Secretary General of NFPE and FNPO is also under preparation to touch all State Capitals. The Strike Tour will be exhibited in the websites of the Federations shortly.


Let us understand that time has come to rise as one man to defend our existence.

Organise most effectively.

Organise for our survival.

Initiate all round action for the success of the Programme of Action.

With Struggle Greetings,

Yours Comradely,


[D.Theagarajan] [K.Ragavendran]

Secretary General Secretary General

FNPO NFPE



COPY OF LETTER ADDRESSED BY JCA TO SECRETARY [P]


POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION

National Federation of Postal Employees

1st Floor, North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi - 110001

Federation of National Postal Organisations

T-24, Atul Grove Road, New Delhi - 110001

JCA/2009 Dated 29th October 2009



To

Ms.Radhika Doraiswamy

Secretary [P]



Madam,

The Postal Joint Council of Action comprising of National Federation of Postal Employees; Federation of National Postal Organisations; All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union; and National Union of Gramin Dak Sewaks held its meeting on 28.10.2009 in New Delhi and unanimously resolved to address this letter to you drawing your kind attention to the growing serious attacks on the very existence of the RMS & MMS under your Chairmanship.



The Postal JCA also noted with grave concern that the solemn agreement reached after hectic negotiations between the Department and the Staff Side on the matter of merger of 101 RMS Offices with all men and materials identified with less than 10,000 mail volumes with the neighbouring RMS Offices is being breached in the Second Phase of Mail Consolidation. Circle Administration here and there have started to attack the existence of RMS Offices with more volume of work in a blatant violation of the agreement reached at the All India level making mockery of such bilateral agreements.

The constitution of a Committee headed by the PMG Kurnool without the knowledge of Staff Side and the recommendations of that Committee to merge all SROs with the HPOs and carry on the functions under the control of the Head Postmasters is a rude shock to the RMS & MMS Employees. It is afraid that such type of sweeping recommendations of the above Committee without any kind of mutual discussions with the staff side will be implemented unilaterally resulting in the liquidation of RMS and that already another Enlarged Committee with Circles level Officers has been formed for supervising the implementation of the recommendations.

Already 5 ROs out of a total of 14 ROs in the country have been abolished and the balance ROs are also in the process of being liquidated.124 Transit Sections including TMPs have been abolished and mails diverted to road conveyance causing delay in public mails. There are actions initiated to reduce the number of CRCs in several Metros at the command of the Secretary Department of Posts. There has been no purposeful effort to consider the long pending demand of the Staff Side to finalise the work norms in CRCs and other branches in a scientific manner to do away with the unilateral fixing up of CRC norms. However action has been initiated to close down the CRCs!

MMS has been operated by the Department for the speedy and punctual mail conveyance all these years but the policy has been reversed to outsource more and more of the mail conveyance. MMS is being replaced by CMS denoting the handing over of mail conveyance to private players as against the stiff opposition of the staff side. With the focus shifting from letter mail to logistics more and more universally, and that the Department of Posts also had entered into the logistics services, the future is for a bigger logistics operation in India due to its expanding market of logistics. In such a scenario instead of planning to build our own fleet of bigger logistics vans and staff, the outsourcing of mail, speed post and logistics conveyance to private contractors is a totally negative approach aimed at liquidation of the MMS wing.

To cap it all the Department has started to merge RMS Divisions in some circles also and the Staff Side is apprehensive that the cumulative effect of all the attacking posture is aimed at total liquidation of RMS and MMS and merge the entire RMS operations with Post Offices and hand over whole MMS operations to CMS.

The necessary intervention needed on the part of the Department of Posts at the Government level for ensuring upward revision OTA Rates which is far low in comparison to casual labour wages and for revising the OSA is absent. Even the re-fixing the ceiling limit for OT entitlement is not done despite staff side representations. There have been no attempt to get the posts of Drivers and Mail Guards / MSEs filled up despite staff shortage. This shows the Department of Posts is only interested in attacking the interests of RMS & MMS and ignores the interests of staff.

The Postal Joint Council of Action after a threadbare discussion has come to the conclusion to address immediately to you seeking your personal intervention for effecting a complete reversal of the policy of liquidation of RMS & MMS and initiate measures to strengthen the RMS & MMS wing through constructive policy directions. The Postal Joint Council of Action has also been forced to take a unanimous decision to launch an all India Programme of Action by the entirety of Postal Employees under the banner of the Postal JCA immediately in the month of November 2009 that will culminate in an Indefinite Strike Action by all RMS and MMS Employees belonging to NFPE and FNPO organisations in December 2009 for which Notice would be submitted at the appropriate time. The Postal JCA also expresses its hope that there will be change of course by the Department of Posts and that meaningful dialogue with both our Federations and the All India Unions affiliated with us would be preferred on the enclosed Charter of Demands to maintain tranquillity and peace in the India Post.

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,

[D.Theagarajan] [K.Ragavendran]

Secretary General Secretary General

FNPO NFPE

[D.Theagarajan] [Giriraj Singh]

General Secretary – R-III General Secretary – R-III

[A.H.Siddique] [P.Suresh]

General Secretary – R-IV General Secretary – R-IV

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Diwali Greetings

The CHQ wishes all its members, viewers of this blog, well wishers and their families a happy and prosperous Diwali.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Implementation of Recommendations of Shri.R.S.Nataraja Murti Committee - Revision of Wage structure of Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS)

The Department of Posts today issued orders on the above subject.  The order can be downloaded in the departmental website: www.sahuliyat.com.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Implementation of GDS Committee Recommendations – Latest Position

Today the General Secretary, NAPE Group C and the Secretary General, FNPO met the Secretary, Department of Posts and urged release of orders on GDS Committee recommendations and payment of arrears to GDS before Diwali. Letters were also submitted by FNPO, NAPE Group C and NUGDS to the Secretary (Posts) seeking payment of Rs.10, 000/- as advance immediately before the festival pending disbursement of arrears. The Secretary informed that the minutes of Cabinet Meeting are expected on Thursday and orders will be issued on the same day of receipt of minutes. We also met the concerned DDG and he has also said that even if the order is received on 9th morning, he will issue orders on the same day evening. If the minutes are received on the 9th evening, he will dispatch the orders on Saturday morning.


The officers have suggested the Union the following action plans to help the GDS colleagues to get the disbursement before the festival:

The Divisional Secretaries, Circle Secretaries of NAPE Group C and NUGDS will send the copies of undertaking to be obtained from the GDS employees by the DDOs before effecting the payment and submit the undertaking duly signed by the concerned GDS to the DDOs without waiting for the DDOs to send the declarations. Proforma of undertaking is given below. This is to avoid non submission of declaration as a hurdle for the disbursement.

The orders are expected on Friday, the Divisional Secretaries should meet the concerned SSPO’s/SPO’s and request them to attach staff on holidays by incurring OTA for fixation of revised TRCA based on the examples given in the Directorate orders. The tables given in the GDS commission report will not be useful as 5% TRCA is added for fixation benefit from 1.4.2004.


Meanwhile the DDOs and staff of Accounts branches may be requested to prepare and keep the skeleton bills ready well before receipt of fixation orders from the Divisional Office.



UNDERTAKING
I hereby undertake that any excess payment that may be found to have been made as a result of incorrect fixation of pay or any excess payment detected in the light of discrepancies noticed subsequently will be refunded by me to the Government either by adjustment against future payments due to me or otherwise.

Date                                                                                                                                                     Signature -------------------




Station                                                                                                                                                   Name -----------------------

                                                                                                                                                             Designation-----------------

Meeting by the DDG (Estt.) with FNPO and its affiliated Unions

A meeting was held on 6.10.2009 with DDG (Estt.) for discussion on the “Action Taken Report” on sectional Charter of demands submitted by FNPO and its affiliated Unions in the meeting with the Secretary (Posts) held on 13.1.2009.


Similarly, the meeting with the DDG (Personnel) and DDG (FS) will be held shortly.

The outcome on the items of Group C relating to Establishment Section is as under:

Item No. 2 of ATR Annexure I

Refix the wages of all paid substitutes – RRR Candidates Part time/contingent w.e.f 1.1.2006 on the basis of revised pay scales.

Action: Orders in respect of Temporary status officials were already issued. In respect of RRR candidates, the competent authority will be decided and orders will be issued shortly. Most probably CPMG, T.N.Circle will be asked to issue orders. In respect of Part time/contingent officials, the file is sent to nodal Ministry for approval.

Item No. 18 of Annexure II


Fixing time factor for all work to which no norms are available.

Action: Time factor will be fixed for RPLI, NREGS and other business activities and orders are under issue

Item No 8 of Annexure I

Counting of special allowance for pay fixation- case of PO & RMS Accountants.

Action: - The granting of special allowance will be re-examined and allowance will be doubled in the context of MACP orders duly issuing clarification.

Item No.15 or Annexure I

Creation of System Administrator Posts and Marketing Executives. Grant of  special Pay and grant of Road mileage allowances, fixing norms etc.

Action: Pending cadre restructuring, orders are under issue for sanctioning conveyance allowance in slabs ranging from Rs.320 – 800 – 1100.

Item No. 4 Annexure III

Implementation of the Arbitration Award on OTA dated 4.9.2005

Action: - The 5th and 6th CPCs dispensed with OTA system. However proposal will be sent to the DoP&T proposing the need of continuation of OTA in operative side and revised rates of OTA.

Meeting with Secretary, Department of Posts

Today General Secretary, NAPE Group C and the Secretary General, FNPO met the Secretary, Department of Posts and submitted letters urging immediate grant of funds from welfare fund besides granting of natural calamity advance to the affected staff. The Secretary (Posts) responded immediately and asked the officers to obtain the reports of CPMsG by fax. The CPMG, Andhra requested Rs.4.5 lakhs from welfare fund and the same was allotted.



The CPMsG were asked to grant natural calamity advances after fulfilling the required conditions/rules as they are competent to grant such advances.



The letter of the CHQ addressed to the Secretary (Posts) is appended for information.


1 – 60 (2) dated the, 7th September, 2009




To

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy,

Secretary,

Dept. of Posts,

New Delhi 110 001



Madam,

Sub: - Relief to flood affected victims – Postal Officials in Andhra Circle

The unprecedented rain and floods had devastated entire Kurnool town in Andhra Pradesh and the entire Postal staff living in the Postal quarters and Postal officials residing in the areas adjoining to the river were rendered homeless and lost all their belongings. The Roads, Houses and bridges in Kurnool and Mahboobngar have also collapsed due to the flood.

The massive flood in the Krishna wreaked havoc in Krishna, Guntur and Nalgonda districts of Andhra Pradesh as enormous quantities of water were released from Nagarjunasagar dam.


My Union therefore urges to grant enough funds from Welfare fund besides granting natural calamity advances to the affected staff immediately for their survival.

My Union shall be thankful for urgent action and a line in reply.

Yours sincerely,


(D. KISHAN RAO)

GENERAL SECRETARY.

Kudos to Postal Employees of Proddatur Division – Kurnool Region- Andhra Circle

In the recent floods in Andhra and Karnataka States several thousands of people have been affected and rendered homeless and lost everything. The Postal Employees of Kurnool are also victims of the calamity.

The Postal Employees of Proddatur responded immediately and sent two trucks of food items, clothes, utensils and other items worth Rs.10 lakhs immediately.



The CHQ expresses its gratitude and congratulates Mr. David Raju, Regional Secretary, NAPE Group C and Sri.Venugopal Reddy, Divisionnal Secretary, NAPE Group C for their timely help in sending the assistance and becoming a role model



Appeal !

The CHQ appeals to all our members, well wishers and sympathizers to contribute generously for providing relief to the large number of Postal Officials who have been rendered homeless and lost all their belongings following unprecedented rain in Kurnool, Mahboobnagar, Guntur, Nandyal and Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh Circle.



Contributions may please be sent to Sri.K. Manohar Rao, Circle Secretary, NAPE-Group C, Andhra Circle, APM, Secunderabad HPO, 500 003

Monday, October 5, 2009

Proposed Indefinite Strike from 7th October 2009

In view of the acceptance of the GDS Committee recommendations by the Government of India, the proposed indefinite strike from 7th October, 2009 is deferred..




- General Secretary, 
   National Association of Postal Employees, Group C.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Grant of Dearness Relief to Central Government Pensioners/ family pensioners – Revised rate effective from 1.7.09

Dept.of Posts No. 4-10/09- PENSION dated 24-9-2009

I am directed to forward herewith a copy of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Department of Pension and Pensioner’s Welfare) OM No. 42/12/2009-PP&PW (G) dated 23.9.09 regarding the above mentioned subject received from Department of Pension & Pensioner’s Welfare, New Delhi for information, guidance and necessary action.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM


The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s OM No. 42/12/2009-P&PW (G) dated 27th March, 2009 on the subject mentioned above and to state that the President is pleased to decide that the Dearness Relief payable to Central Government pensioners shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 22% to 27% w.e.f 1st July, 2009.

2. These orders apply to (i) All Civilian Central Government Pensioners/Family Pensioners (ii) The armed Forces Pensioners, Civilian Pensioners paid out of the Defence Service Estimates, (iii) All India Service Pensioners (iv) Railway Pensioners and (v) The Burma Civilian Pensioners/family pensioners and pensioners/families of displaced Government pensioners from Pakistan, who are Indian Nationals, but receiving pension on behalf of Government of Pakistan, who are in receipt of ad-hoc ex-gratia allowance of Rs.3500/- p.m in terms of this Departments OM No. 23/1/97-P&PW (B) dated 23.2.1998 read with this Department’s OM. No. 23/3/2008 – P&PW(B) dated 15.9.2008.


3. Central Government Employees who had drawn lump sum amount on absorption in a PSU/Autonomous body and have become eligible to restoration of 1/3rd commuted portion of pension as well as revision of the restored amount in terms of this Department’s OM No.4/59/97-P&PW (D) dated 14.07.1998 will also be entitled to the payment of DR @ 27% w.e.f 1.7.2009 on full pension i.e., the revised pension which the absorbed employee would have received on the date of restoration had he not drawn lump sum payment on absorption and Dearness Pension subject to fulfillment of the conditions laid down in para 5 of the O.M dated 14.07.98. In this connection, instructions contained in this Department’s OM No. 4/29/99-P&PW (D) dated 12.7.2000 refers.

4. Payment of DR involving a fraction of a rupee shall be rounded off to the next higher rupee.

5. Other provisions governing grant of DR in respect of employed family pensioners and re-employed Central Government Pensioners will be regulated in accordance with the provisions contained in this Department’s OM No.45/73/97-P&PW (G) dated 2.7.1999 as amended vide this Department’s OM No. F. No. 38/88/2008-P&PW(G) dated 9th July, 2009. The provisions relating to regulation of DR where pensioner is in receipt of more than one pension will remain unchanged.

6. In the case of retired Judges of the Supreme Court, and High Courts, necessary orders will be issued by the Department of Justice separately.


7. It will be the responsibility of the pension disbursing authorities, including the nationalized banks, etc to calculate the quantum of DR payable in each individual case.

8. The offices of Accountant General and Authorised Public Sector Banks are requested to arrange payment of relief to pensioners etc on the basis of above instructions without waiting for any further instructions from the Comptroller and Auditor General of India and the Reserve Bank of India in view of letter No. 528-TA. II/34-80-II dated 23/04/1981 of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India addressed to all Accountant Generals and Reserve Bank of India Circular no. GANB No. 2958/GA-64 (ii) (CGL)/81 dated the 21st May, 1981 addressed to State Bank of India and its subsidiaries and all Nationalised Banks.

9. In their application to the pensioners/family pensioners belonging to Indian Audit and Accounts Department, these orders issue in consultation with the C&AG.

10. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide their U.O.No. 334/EV/2009 dated 23.9.2009.

- Examination for promotion to the cadre of Inspector of Posts for the year 2009 scheduled to be held on 4th – 6th January, 2010

D.G (Postal) No. A-34012/05/2008-DE dated 07-09-2009

I am directed to refer to the calendar of Limited Departmental Competitive Examinations for the year 2009 circulated vide this office letter of even number dated 31st August, 2009 and to say that the Examination for promotion to the cadre of Inspector of Posts for the year 2009 has been scheduled to be held on 4th, 5th and 6th January, 2010.

2. The schedule of activities and details of Papers & timetable are given at Annexure-1. It is requested that wide publicity may please be given to the examination schedule. Receipt of this letter may kindly be acknowledged.

Name of examination: - Inspector of Posts Examination, 2009.

Exam. Scheduled to be held on: 4th – 6th January 2010

Last date for submission of application by candidates: Not applicable

Intimation to Directorate about approximate no. of candidates and requirement of Question papers and name of authorized officer to receive question papers: To be sent immediately.

Date by which list of Centers of Exam with names of Supervisors to be sent to Directorate: 06-11-2009.

Last date of sending

Tabulation sheet to the Directorate: 10-11-2009

Expected/Tentative date of announcement of result: 30-04-2010

Details of Papers & Time Table


Paper I (Without books) Monday, the 4th January 2010 10.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M

Paper II (Without books) Monday, the 4th January, 2010 2.00 P.M to 5.00 P.M

Paper III (With books) Tuesday, the 5th January, 2010 10.00 A.M to 1.00 P.M

Paper IV (with Books) Tuesday, the 5th January, 2010 2.00 P.M to 5.00 P.M

Paper V (Without Books) Wednesday, the 6th January, 2010 10.00 A.M to 1.00 P.M

Thursday, October 1, 2009

GDS Committee Recommendations

The Cabinet had approved today the GDS Committee Recommendations.  Most probably only Nataraja Murti Committee recommendations may be implemented.  The minutes of the Cabinet Meeting is yet to be received from the Cabinet Secretariat.

Hence the details will be known only next week.  We feel that the Department may release the order next week.

The Hon'ble Minister has not held any Press Meet today.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Joint tour Programme of JCA

ANDHRA - NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

R.Sivanarayana

Asst.General Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09885404840

Sk.Humayun

President

P4- NFPE

09440840889

Y.Nagabhushanam

Vice President

R3- NFPE

09441452505

B.Narasimhulu

Vice President

R4- NFPE

09849752398

T.Ramesh

President

Admn – NFPE

09849218485

A.P.Sastri

President

Postal A/C NFPE

09912348404

Pandurangarao

Asst.General Secretary

AIPEDEU

09849466595

ASSAM / N.E - NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

K.Ragavendran

Secretary General

NFPE

09868819295

S.P.Mukherjee

General Secretary

Admn - NFPE

09433028964

Mainul Haque

Org.Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09401085237

B.B.Chattri

Org.Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09612164870

G.Talukdar

Asst.General Secretary

R3 -NFPE

09859065917

Gana Acharya

Org.Secretary

AIPEDEU

09954817487

BIHAR – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

Ishwar Singh Dabas

General Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09968099272


Org. General Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09431646096

Jagannath Singh

Vice President

R3 – NFPE

04431420626

B.C.Deka

Org.Secretary

Admn - NFPE

09435554507

R.P.Singh

Asst.General Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

09453439683

Subhash Prasad

Sahu

Vice President

AIPEDEU


CHHATTISGARH – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

S. K. Nema

Org. General Secretary

P3 – NFPE

09300101799

Kumbkar

Vice President

P4 - NFPE

09425566324

Jagdish Prasad

Treasurer

R3 - NFPE

09910628097

K.Ramachandram

Org.Secretary

Admn - NFPE

09347336343

R.S.Baghel

Working President

Postal A/C NFPE

09425025460

Mahendra Pratap

Singh

Vice President

AIPEDEU


DELHI – NFPE & FNPO

ALL GENERAL SECRETARIES

GUJARAT- NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

K. B. Barot

Working President

P3 - NFPE

09824050909

S.T.Teraiya

Org.Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09879072544

C.S.Shan Bagh

Asst.General Secretary

R3 – NFPE

09869763322

M.P.Barot

Asst.General Secretary

R4 - NFPE

09824311687

S.C.John

Org.Secretary

Admn - NFPE

09825316226

B.M.Jadeja

Vice President

AIPEDEU


HARYANA – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

Rajkumar

Treasurer

NFPE

09711575673

Balwinder Singh

Financial Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09868853970

K.P.Singh

Asst.General Secretary

R3 - NFPE

09911126375

K.K.Sharma

Treasurer

R4 – NFPE

09213355900

Mayaram

Treasurer

Admn - NFPE

09416933227

Jasbir Singh

Org.Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

09416180510

HIMACHAL PRADESH – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

K. V. Sridharan

General Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09868545552

Amarjeet Singh

Lakhi

Asst. Treasurer

P-4 NFPE


Mayaram

Treasurer

Admn - NFPE

09416933227

Kuldip Singh Rana

Financial Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

09418546138

Data Ram

Asst.General Secretary

AIPEDEU


JHARKHAND – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

U. K. Tiwari

Org. General Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09431646096

D.B.Mohanty

Org.Secretary

Org. Secretary

09437072066

Jagannath Singh

Vice President

R3 – NFPE

09431420626

Pranab Bhattacharjee

Asst.Gen.Secretary

Admn - NFPE

09433642732

Arun Kumar Tiwary

Asst.Gen.Secretary

AIPEDEU

09431136960

J&K – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

Rajkumar

Treasurer

NFPE

09711575673

Balwinder Singh

Financial Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09868853970

Mahabir Singh

Treasurer

P4 - NFPE

09868201031

Kuldip Singh Rana

Financial Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

09418546138

Data Ram

Asst.General Secretary

AIPEDEU


KARNATAKA – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

R.Seethalakshmi

Secretary

NFPE

09448819821

Giriraj Singh

General Secretary

R3 - NFPE

09818801178

S.S.Mahadevaiah

General Secretary

AIPEDEU

09811577701

C. P. Shobana

Vice President

P3 - NFPE

09446721330

P.Kamaleshan

Vice President

R3 - NFPE

09448022644

K.Lakshmipathy

Asst.General Secretary

R4 – NFPE

09901839818

M.Jagdish

Asst.Gen.Secretary

Admn - NFPE

09886366914

Shivanna

Vice President

Postal A/Cs NFPE

09448016958

KERALA – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

M. Krishnan

President

P3 - NFPE

09447068125

P.Rajanayagam

General Secretary

Postal Accounts

09868451466

T.M.Peer Mohammad

Vice President

P4 - NFPE

09446452839

P.V.Rajendran

Asst.General Secretary

R3 – NFPE

09446023884

P.Sugesh

Asst.General Secretary

R4 - NFPE

09447137867

P.Sathish Kumar

Org.Secretary

Admn – NFPE


V.Murukan

Working President

AIPEDEU

09446829969

MADHYAPRADESH – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

S. K. Nema

Org. General Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09300101799

Kumbkar

Vice President

P4 - NFPE

09425566324

Jagdish Prasad

Treasurer

R3 - NFPE

09910628097

N.R.Malvia

Vice President

R4 - NFPE

09826218609

R.S.Baghel

Working President

Postal A/C NFPE

09425025460

Mahendhra Pratap

Singh

Vice President

AIPEDEU


MAHARASHTRA – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

D.K.Rahate

President

NFPE

09821031375

Mangesh Parab

Asst.General Secretary

P3 – NFPE

09869476944

Balkrishna Chalke

Asst.Gen.Secretary

P4 – NFPE

09322108443

C.S.Shanbagh

Asst.General Secretary

R3 – NFPE

09869763322

J.Godkhe

President

R4 – NFPE

09320977007

V.P.Dongre

Asst.General Secretary

R4 - NFPE

09975379854

S.C.John

Org.Secretary

Admn - NFPE

09825316226

G.S.Pawade

Vice President

Postal A/C NFPE

09423111152

D.N.Giri

President

AIPEDEU

09421742339

ORISSA – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

R. C. Mishra

Vice President

P3 - NFPE

09853332489

D.B.Mohanty

Org.Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09437072066

R.N.Dhal

Asst.General Secretary

R3 – NFPE

09437225600

S.S.Samant

Org.Secretary

Admn - NFPE

09437562285

Nand Kishore Das

Org.Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

09861767685

PUNJAB – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

Balwinder Singh

Financial Secretary

P3 – NFPE

09868853970

Amarjeet Singh

Lakhi

Asst. Treasurer

P4 – NFPE


K.K.Sharma

Treasurer

R4 - NFPE

09213355900

Bhag Singh

Asst.Gen.Secretary

Admn - NFPE


Kuldip Singh Rana

Financial Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

09418546138

Lakhwinder Pal

Singh

Circle Secretary

AIPEDEU


RAJASTHAN – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

H. P. Diwakar

Asst. Financial Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09414281457

Mahabir Singh

Treasurer

P4 - NFPE

09868201031

K.P.Singh

Asst.General Secretary

R3 – NFPE

09911126375

Laxmi Kanth

Sharma

Asst.General Secretary

R4 – NFPE

09413237647

M.Z..Khan

Vice President

Admn - NFPE

09431588352

Ram Swaroop

Gujjar

Asst.General Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

09828536553

Rajendra Diwakar

Treasurer

AIPEDEU

09999421673

TAMILNADU – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

C.Chandrasekhar

Secretary

NFPE

09944922122

R. Sivanarayana

Asst.General Secretary

P3 – NFPE

09885404840

S.Jothimani

Asst.Gen.Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09444478822

M.B.Sukumar

Asst.General Secretary

R3 – NFPE

09840269167

K.Rajendran

Vice President

R4 – NFPE

09442207965

R.Aravindan

Vice President

Admn - NFPE

09444114134

Santhosh Kumar

Dy.General Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

09444991236

M.Rajangam

Working President

AIPEDEU

09442549795

U.P – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

R.N.Parashar

Secretary

NFPE

09412195746

Subhash Mishra

Asst.General Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09839303311

Vikram Shah

Asst.Gen.Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09452024928

R.K.Gupta

Asst. Treasurer

R3 - NFPE

09450130644

Rajesh Kapoor

Asst.General Secretary

R4 – NFPE

09335129656

M.Z..Khan

Vice President

Admn - NFPE

09431588352

R.P.Singh

Asst.General Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE

094533439683

Pramod Kr.Singh

Org.Secretary

AIPEDEU

09794133133

UTTARAKHAD – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

Ishwar Singh Dabas

General Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09968099272

R.N.Parashar

Secretary

NFPE


Subhash Mishra

Asst.General Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09839303311

Chandra Bhan Singh Mehra

Asst.Treasurer

AIPEDEU


WEST BENGAL – NFPE

NAME

Designation

Organisation

Telephone

P.Suresh

General Secretary

R4 – NFPE

09885077451

Somenath Mukherjee

Dy. General Secretary

P3 - NFPE

09868769082

Subrato Banerjee

Dy. General Secretary

P4 - NFPE

09432987368

S.K.Bhardhan

Asst.General Secretary

R3 – NFPE

09821031375

Maya Shah

Asst.General Secretary

R3 – NFPE

09869763322

Sanjay Chakroborti

Asst.General Secretary

R4 - NFPE

09432076342

Dyutiman Mukherjee

Vice President

Admn - NFPE

09433052790

P.K.Dasgupta

Asst.General Secretary

Postal A/C NFPE


Bijoy Gopal Sur

Asst.General Secretary

AIPEDEU

09433618877








ANDHRA – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
G.Shankar Gour Asst.Secretary Gneral FNPO 9440035344
G.M.Rubbani Asst.General Secretary P4-FNPO 9440874783
N.Ramappa Working President R4-FNPO 9985256213
G.Satyanarayana Reddy President NUGDS 9908350190




ASSAM FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone




Shri. Khetra Bhattacharya Circle Secretay P-IV
3842212465
Shri Abhijit Sen Circle Secretary P-III
94014229823




N/E FNPO






Samar Laskar Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO 9434540131
Parthav Chakrawarthu Circle President P-III FNPO 9436134367




BIHAR - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
S.K.Mishra Asst.General Secretary P3 – FNPO 9431421568
Yadunandan Singh Asst.General Secretary R3 – FNPO
Baban Singh Asst.General Secretary P4 – FNPO 9934656142
Ramanandan Singh Circle Secretary NUGDS FNPO 9431672133




CHHATTISGARH - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
P.K.Roy Circle Secretary R3 - FNPO
G. P. verma Circle Secretary P4 - FNPO 9827480428




DELHI – NFPE & FNPO
ALL GENERAL SECRETARIES and FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
Ashok Sharma Dep. Gen. Secretary P-IV FNPO 9250381777
Subash Chaudary Asst Secretary General FNPO 9818062552




GUJARAT- FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
C.P.Nayi Asst.Secretary General FNPO 9825050026
R.N.Parmer Asst.General Secretary P3 –FNPO 9427010600
K.B.Desai Asst.General Secretary R3- FNPO 9898595998
A.K SOLANKI Asst.General Secretary P4-FNPO 9328957199




HARYANA - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
Mohinder Singh Asst.General Secretary P3 – FNPO 9992020001
Dinesh Yadav Asst.General Secretary R3 – FNPO
Jaipal Singh Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO 9466609568
Virendra Manchanda Circle President P-IV FNPO 9911115634




HIMACHAL PRADESH - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
O.P.Chauhan Asst.General Secretary P3 – FNPO
Mohanlal Gupta Asst.General Secretary NUGDS-FNPO 9816462840
Puran Bharadwaj Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO 9816382956




JHARKHAND – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
Vinod Kumar Yadav Asst.General Secretary P3 - FNPO 9430319460
Nawal Kishore Mandal Circle Secretary P4 – FNPO 9431586036
Ashok Kumar Singh Asst.General Secretary R3 – FNPO




J&K - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
G.M.Wani Circle Secretary P3 – FNPO 9419022132
Damodar Sodhi Circle Secretary P-4 - FNPO 9858449106




KARNATAKA - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
B.Sivakumar Asst.Secretary General FNPO 9448061962
K.V. Kuradigi Asst.General Secretary P4 – FNPO 9845371423
Chitrasena Asst.General Secretary NUGDS-FNPO 9448742049
K.C GANGHIA Circle Sceretary P-4 FNPO 9449986669




KERALA - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
P.U.Muraleedharan General Secretary NUGDS 9446436592
Johnson Avokkaran Circle Secretary P3 – FNPO 9446031945
Trivikrama Nair Asst.General Secretary P4 – FNPO 9447204601
D.Christu Dass Circle Secretary R3 - FNPO




MADHYAPRADESH – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
Prahalad Jaiswal Asst.General Secretary P3 – FNPO 9826768326
Arif Mohamad Khan Asst. General Secretary R4 – FNPO
P.L.Jawalkar Circle sEcretary R3 FNPO
Om Murti Bharatwaj Asst.General Secretary NUGDS-FNPO
Radheshyam Verma circle secretary P-IV FNPO 9754147644




MAHARASHTRA - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
T.N.Rahate President FNPO 9869121277
B.S.Kashid Dy.Secretary General FNPO 9892692466
M.P.Gadekar Asst.General Secretary R3 – FNPO 9423569311
V.K.Shinde President R4 – FNPO 9892003006
Ashok Pawar Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO 9867471659
Mohan Pardesi Vice president CHQ 9822207686
M.D SHINDE C/S R3-FNPO 9420806751
Ashok nikanje Asst general sec R3-FNPO 9969335032




ORISSA - FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
B.C.Parida AGS P3 9437316070
P.N.Mahapatra Circle Secretary R3
Gowtham Dass Circle Secretary NUGDS-FNPO 9938358793
Bamdev Tripathi Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO 9938834433




PUNJAB – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
Niranjan Singh Saini Org.Secretary P3 – FNPO 941717541
Ashwini Kumar Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO 9465331224
Ajmer Singh Circle President P-IV FNPO 9316710251




RAJASTHAN – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
Mansur Ahmed Circle Secretary P3 – FNPO 9460082737
Madanlal Sharma Circle Secretary NUGDS-FNPO 9784148061
Bheru Singh Rathore Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO
R.K Meena Circle President P-3 FNPO 9414743833




TAMILNADU – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
D.Theagarajan Secretary General FNPO 9444841440
G.P.Muthukrishnan Asst.General Secretary P3 - FNPO 9443302607
K. Gunasekaran Asst.General Secretary P4 FNPO 9444245466
P.Kothandaraman AGS NUGDS-FNPO
D.Rajendran AGS R4 – FNPO




U.P – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
A..H.Siddiqui GS R4 – FNPO 9415424116
R.S.Yadav AGS P3 – FNPO 9415534528
R.K.Tripati Circle Secretary R3 – FNPO
Shakeel Ahmed Burney Vice President FNPO
Parshuram Gupta Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO 9936464165
Gautam Shukla Dep. Circle Secretary P-IV FNPO 9838205620




UTTARAKHAND – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
Sri Ram Singh Circle Secretary P3 – FNPO APM,A/cs,Roorkee
Liyakat Ali Circle Secretary P-4 FNPO 9837106722
Nasim Khan Circle Secretary NUGDS 9927175776




WEST BENGAL – FNPO
NAME Designation Organisation Telephone
Rajat S.Das President P3 – FNPO 9433102352
Shekar Mukherjee Asst.Secretary General FNPO 9433021863
Subrato Chowdhary President R3 – FNPO
Debabrata Chakroborthy AGS NUGDS 9903357211
Lakhan Mujumdar CHQ Working Prisident P-4 FNPO 9433566468
Rabindira Nath biswas Org se CHQ P-4 FNPO 9231860391