Sunday, November 18, 2012

AIC NOTICE ISSUED

THE NOTICE FOR THE AIC IS ISSUED.  TO DOWNLOAD THE NOTICE CLICK ON THE RIGHT SIDE NUPEGC-DATABASE AND AIC.DOC IN THE DATABASE
GENERAL SECRETARY

ALL INDIA CONFERENCE-EDITORIAL



                       ONWARD TO GUNTUR
  Guntur Nagarjuna University entices you. Representative Delegates and the Active corps of the Postal national union movement will converge at Nagarjuna university premises in the month of January 2013 in a mammoth gathering to review the activities of the union in the last two years, analyse the present situation, take a peep in to the future and resolve upon the further steps to be taken to realize our objectives in the 20th All India conference of National Association of Postal Employees Group C Scheduled to be held from 10th to 12th January 2013. We shall be conferring when the USO is under threat, Euro is melting down and this has affected the world economy.Many European countries are facing poverty. As a result, the Indian economy was shaking ever before involving unbelievable price rise. The whole workers community in India is under threat. Indian Government is decided to invite FDI in retail markets whereas demonstrations are organized in Wall Street by the job seekers and middle class.
  The Ministry of communications, India has formulated National Postal Policy 2012 with ultimate aim of making the postal Department as a Public sector Unit. New developments rapidly taking place in the Department. Project Arrow was introduced and core banking is introduced as a first step, the Department is introducing anywhere/anytime/any branch banking through core banking solution. Business Development plans are expanding. The department signed agreements with Accenture Services for modernization of Postal functions. In order to grow organizationally the Department is mooting towards setting up of Post bank of India.
  The much awaited Postal Bill amending the Indian post office Act is yet to be tabled in the Parliament. But the new postal Policy is announced without the amended postal Bill. The staff is suffocated with the changes in the system. The job mobility, change in the atmosphere around us is a matter of concern. The defective HRD solutions and inadequate training, non availability of adequate infrastructure, resultant victimization of the staff is resulted in frustration. Management is not providing solutions and the old attitude of master servant relation instead of leadership role is creating uproar at the field level. The unilateral recovery from the lower level staff for the failures of the system is creating a sense of insecurity. The anomalies in implementation of MACP and denial of promotion to the staff, inordinate delay in restructuring of cadres is the concern of Group C employees. These are only illustrative not exhaustive. We have to, discuss, deliberate and decide future course of action and formulate demands.
Trek to Guntur in large numbers. We are looking forward to a return with hands laden with destiny.
             Let us make the 20th AIC a historic one, and, again, on to Guntur

D.Kishan Rao
General Secretary