Thursday, November 25, 2010

CADRE RESTRUCTURING IN THE DOP

AS YOU ARE AWARE THAT THE NAPEC AND FNPO SUBMITTED PROPOSALS FOR THE CADRE RESTRUCTURING ON 21-09-2010 AND AWAITING FOR THE FIRST MEETING  ON THE SUBJECT.IN THE WEBSITES OF NFPE IT IS MENTIONED THAT THERE IS A MEETING ON THE CADRE RESTRUCTURING ON 26-11-2010 ,WHICH WE ARE UNAWARE AND THE GS NAPEC IS A MEMBER AND  SG FNPO IS AN INVITEE FOR THE COMMITTEE MEETINGS.THE GS CONTACTED AND IT IS CONFIRMED THAT THERE IS NO FORMAL MEETING AS SUCH.THIS IS ONLY TO CLEAR THE CONFUSION.FORMAL MEETING WILL BE HELD IN DUE COURSE.

GENERAL SECRETARY

IT MODERNIZATION PROJECT –PRESENTATION TO THE UNIONS .

      
PRESENTATION TO THE UNIONS WAS GIVEN BY THE TECHNOLOGY WING OF THE DEPARTMENT ON 23RD NOVEMBER 2010.THE SECRETARY, MEMBER (TECHNOLOGY) AND OTHER OFFICERS OF THE DIRECTORATE WERE PRESENT.FNPO WAS REPRESENTED BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND GENERAL SECRETARIES.

SALIENT FEATURES

1.2223 Double handed offices,10943 single handed offices(554 already computerized)   and 129497 EDBOs will be computerized in the Phase -2

2. Project approved for the above offices establishment of IT infrastructure development of required software applications with an outlay of Rs 1877.2 crore recommended by the EFC

3.The IT solutions include Rural ICT, Web Portal for E-commerce, Mobile banking, ATMS, Call centre ,Mail & Retail Operations ,Postal Banking, PLI,HRMS & Pay Roll, Finance & Accounts,

4. The Devices identified for the programme according to the need of the offices Note Books, Handset computers,Moble Phone, Thermal Printers,2D imager, Smart Card Biometric Scanner

5. Efficient services to the citizens through tracking of accountable articles,Streameline Mail process, Utility bill Payments, Phone top-ups, Rail ticket Booking, Delivery of social security services like MGNREGS, Money order and money transfer SMS confirmation of successful transfers, Improved banking solutions, Expedited distribution of Insurance Policies to the rural customers,Personalized smart cards for policy holders .

 The staff side welcomed the proposals of modernization and expressed the doubts of changes in the status of offices and officials and their mobility due to the online accounting systems and the existence of HOs  DAP etc.The secretary assured to have regular dialogue if the interests of staff are effected.

Click  on Data base on the right side and view Presentation 23-11-10 ppt in the data base files

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

ORDERS ON POSTMASTER CADRE ISSUED




THE DEPARTMENT ISSUED ORDERS CREATING SEPARATE CADRE OF POSTMASTERS IN THE DEPARTMENT AND NEW RECRUITMENT RULES WERE APPROVED THROUGH GAZETTE NOTIFICATION NO 506 DATED 9TH SEPTEMBER 2010.THE ORDERS ARE POSTED                                                                                                                                                      

Monday, November 22, 2010

MEETING WITH SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF POSTS

TODAY THE SG FNPO AND GS NAPEC MET SECRETARY AND CONGRATULATED HER FOR THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS AND COMPLETING THE PROCESS WITHIN THREE DAYS AFTER THE EXAMINATION WHICH IS FLAWLESS AND REQUESTED FOR MAKING ARRANGEMENTS FOR IMMEDIATE PROCESS OF INDUCTION TRAINING.IN SOME CIRCLES THE INDUCTION TRAINING  FOR THE CANDIDATES RECRUITED IN THE LAST YEAR WAS NOT DONE.THE SECRETARY INFORMED THAT SEPARATE ORDERS ISSUED IN THIS REGARD.WE MET THE DDG(P) AND ORDERS WERE ISSUED BY THE DIRECTORATE THAT THE CANDIDATES WILL BE APPOINTED IMMEDIATELY PENDING THE PROCESS OF VERIFICATION OF ANTECEDENTS ANS THEY WILL BE ALLOWED TO WORK IN THE BACK OFFICE AND THEY WILL BE TRAINED IN THE LOCALLY IN THE COLLEGES WHERE THERE IS FACILITY. THEY WILL BE SENT FOR THE INDUCTION TRAINING WHENEVER THERE IS  AVAILABILITY OF SLOTS. IN OTHER WORDS THEY WILL BE APPOINTED IMMEDIATELY AND THE CIRCLES ARE AUTHORIZED TO TAKE THE DECISIONS.THE FNPO CONGRATULATES THE SECRETARY AND THE OFFICERS INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS FOR TAKING THE NOVEL DECISIONS IN PROVIDING THE STAFF IMMEDIATELY TO AVOID SHORTAGE OF STAFF AND THEIR GESTURE TOWARDS THE BURNING PROBLEM.                    GS NAPEC

Monday, November 15, 2010

UNI GLOBAL UNION WORLD CONFERENCE


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The UNI World Congress finished with a bang of Japanese and African drums making a symbolic transition to Cape Town, South Africa, site of the UNI World Congress in 2014.
3rd UNI WORLD CONGRESS - NAGASAKI, JAPAN / 9-12 NOVEMBER 2010
                                 UNI Global Union Breaking Through

Some 2000 trade unionists from around the world  came together in Nagasaki, Japan, from 9th November  to 12th  November 2010 for the UNI Global Union 3rd World Congress, which will set the course for UNI’s next four years.

UNI’s key challenges include developing strategies to come out of the global financial crisis with government recovery plans that put people back to work, fighting staggering income inequality and ensuring workers in every corner of the world have the right to organize and bargain collectively. UNI is also facing head on the threats from climate change and from the build up of nuclear weapons.

On the site, union-network.org you can find information about UNI’s Breaking Through plan, its fight for jobs and justice during the global economic crisis and the push for world peace and freedom from fear for union activists.
      Congress delegates endorsed Breaking Through, the new plan for UNI to grow itself and its unions by focusing on organizing workers and ensuring collective bargaining rights. The Congress also passed a host of other resolutions, including a new plan to ensure women hold at least 40 percent of every leadership structure in the organization. The Congress also approved a new organizing fund, to which affiliates can contribute to fund union organizing work around the world.

Congress delegates elected a new president, Joe de Bruyn, a leader of Australian commerce union SDA. They reelected Philip Jennings as General Secretary.

“This UNI Global Union knows where it wants to go,” Jennings said in his closing address. “There is no time to lose. We are stronger together. This is a team effort. You elected me but you endorsed a team.”
Jennings said the team, in offices around the world, will work together on Breaking Through.
Jennings thanked the Japanese team for their “Brilliant Congress.”
“Please feel proud,” he said. “You could not have done better.”
Aside from all their work planning and organising the Congress, the Japanese host unions brought an army of young union member volunteers to Nagasaki who acted as guides, ambassadors, interpreters and all-around helpers for Congress attendees. The volunteers helped create a wonderful atmosphere at the Congress.
“To South Africa: 2014 is just around the corner,” Jennings said. “In Berlin, Chicago and Nagasaki the bar has been lifted. Together we will take the 2014 Congress to a new level again.”

 From India Post tree affliates,FNPO,NAPEC,NUGDS were represented by Sri D.Teagarajan,SG,Sri D.Kisan Rao,GS,Sri P.U.Muralidaran GS.Sri D.Teagarajan was elected to te world body as executive committee member.




Sunday, November 14, 2010

AUNG SAN SUU KYI RELEASED


MYNMAR GOVT FREED DEMOCRACY LEADER AUNGSAN SUU KYI ON SATURDAY.IT IS THE VICTORY FOR THE DEMOCRATIC FORCES AND TRADE UNIONS AND THE WORRIER IS THE INSPIRATION FOR ALL OF US.NAPE GROUP C SALUTES THE WORRIER AND CELEBRATES     THE OCCASION                                                                                                  GENERAL SECRETARY

Thursday, November 11, 2010

FNPO GENERAL SECRETARIES ATTENDING UNI GLOBAL CONFERENCE

Sri D.Theagaragan,SG FNPO D.Kishan Rao GS NAPEC and Sri PU Muralidharan GS NUGDS attending the world congress of the UNI at Nagasaki,Japan from 9th November to 12th.The delegation will come back on 14th to India.Detailes will be posted in due course. GS

Thursday, November 4, 2010

DIWALI GEETINGS

THE CHQ WISHES ALL ITS MEMBERS,VIEWERS OF THIS BLOG WELLWISHERS AND THIER FAMILIES A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS DEEPAVALI

EXTENTION TO HSG I PROMOTIONS

THE FILE RELATING TO NEW RECRUITMENT RULES FOR HSG I HAS GONE TO UPSC CLEARED BY THE DOPT.MEANWHILE THE DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTED TO AWAIT ORDERS FOR THE EXTENSION OF HSG I FOR THE OFFICIALS WHO WERE PROMOTED AS ONE TIME MEASURE.
GENERAL SECRETARY

DIWALI GREETINGS TO ALL

NAPE GROUP C WISHES ALL MEMBERS VIEWERS A HAPPY DIWALI