Wednesday, February 27, 2013



Min of Health & Family Welfare
No. Misc. 1002/2006/CGHS(R&H)/CGHS(P) dated 7-2-2013

Sub: Revision of ceiling Rtes for Stainless Steel Bare Metal Coronary Stents for CGTHS/CS(MA) beneficiaries.

With reference to the above mentioned subject the undersigned is directed to draw attention to the Office memorandum of even no dated 31-10-2011 and to state that the ceiling rates for reimbursement of stainless steel bare metal coronary stents for CGHS/CS(SA) beneficiaries as mentioned at para (1) (2) (i)
of the said order are hereby revised and the new ceiling rates for reimbursement to CGHS/CS(MA) beneficiaries are are fixed as under;

            STAINLESS STEEL BARE METAL CORONARY STENTS

            Reimbursement to beneficiaries / empanelled hospitals shall be limited to ceiling rate or as per actual, whichever is lower.

2.         The revised rates shall come into force from the date of issue of this OM and shall be in force till further orders.

3          The revised rates in respect of other categories of stents will be issued separately and other conditions s mentioned in the OM dated 31-11—2011 shall continue to be in force till further orders.

4.         This issues with the concurrence of integrated Finance Division vide Note dated 20/12/2012 of AS & FA.

Sd/-
(Ravi Kant)
Under Secretary to the GOI

Min of Health & Family Welfare
No. Misc. 1002/2006/CGHS(R&H)/CGHS(P) dated 7-2-2013

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Revision of Ceiling Rates for Coronary Angioplasty and Coronary Angioplasty with Balloon for CGHS beneficiaries.

            With reference to the above mentioned subject the undersigned is directed to draw attention to the office Memorandum No. S. 11011/23/2009/ Hospital Cell dated 17-08-2010 and other Office memoranda issued subsequently whereby the CGTHS package rates for Coronary Angioplasty were fixed by the Government for empanelled hospitals under CGHS in Delhi and NCR and and other CGHS cities and to state that in supersession of he earlier CGHS rates ceiling rates the following ceiling rates are approved for reimbursement to CGHS beneficiaries/CGHS empanelled hospitals as per the details given below:

            Coronary Angioplasty                                      Rs 50,000/-(for semi-private ward)
            Coronary Angioplasty with Balloon                  Rs 55,000/-( for semi-private ward)

            Reimbursement to beneficiaries/ empanelled hospitals shall be limited to ceiling rate or as per actual, whichever is lower. The other terms and conditions as regards to CGHS package rates remain unchanged.

2.         The revised rates shall come into force from the date of issue and shall be in force till further orders.

3.         This issues with the concurrence of integrated Finance Division vice Note dated 20/12/2012 of AS & FA.

Sd/-
(Ravi Kant)
Under Secretary to the GOI

Monday, February 25, 2013

REVISION OF PPO OF PRE-2006 PENSIONERS/FAMILY PENSIONERS - (I) EVEN IF AGE/DATE OF BIRTH OF SPOUSE IS NOT AVAILABLE, (II) MODEL ADVERTISEMENT FOR USE BY MINISTRIES/DEPARTMENTS.(Click the link below for details)
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SERVICE TAX –ADMISSIBILITY OF SERVICE TAX ON SALE OF SPACE OR TIME FOR PRINTING OF ADVERTISEMENTS ON ITEMS OF POSTAL STATIONERIES INCLUDING MEGHDOOT POSTCARDS.{CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}
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REVISION IN STANDARD TENDER DOCUMENT FOR CARRIAGE OF MAIL BY PRIVATE MAIL MOTOR SERVICE {CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}
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FACILITY OF SUBMISSION OF LIFE CERTIFICATE TO ANY BRANCH OF CBS BANK AND SIMPLIFICATION OF PENSIONER’S BANK ACCOUNT PORTABILITY PROCEDURE: CPAO INSTRUCTIONS TO BANKS {CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}
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REVISION OF CEILING RATES AND GUIDELINES FOR VARIOUS CORONARY STENTS FOR CGHS/CS (MA) BENEFICIARIES. {CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}

TO FIX TIMELINE FOR REDRESSAL OF GRIEVANCES. (Click the link below for details}
 

Coming soon, Post Bank of India


The postal department plans to enter the banking business with the Reserve Bank of India deciding to grant new bank licences to entities with credible track-record.

Consultant appointed

Sources said the Department of Posts, which has a strong foot print in rural areas, has appointed Ernst and Young (E&Y) as the consultant for the proposed ‘Post Bank’

“Ernst and Young is expected to submit a detailed project report by April, after which all the necessary measures will be taken up to apply for banking licence,” a source at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology told PTI.

The sources added that the Department of Post (DoP) might need Cabinet approval for setting up Post Bank of India.

Of the 1.55 lakh post offices in the country, around 24,000 district offices may be ready to offer banking services in the next two years.

The DoP is in process of setting up 1,000 ATMs.

“Post Bank shall not only take care of the banking needs of the rural poor but shall also converge with micro-insurance and micro-remittance services of the DoP,” the source said.

As per data shared with Parliament, there were over 26 crore operational small savings accounts in post offices as on March 31, 2012, having deposits worth Rs.1.9 lakh crore.

Courtesy – The Hindu, 23rd Feb, 2013
 

Friday, February 22, 2013

CWC OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OFPOSTAL EMPLOYEES,GROUPC

The Central working committee meeting of National Union of Postal Employees ,Group C will be hosted will be  by J&K Circle and  will  be held on 14th to 15th June  2013. The venue of CWC is Yatri Bhavan, Durga Nag Road ,Opp .Burn Hall School. Near Dal lake Kashmir. The Circle Conference of J&K Circle will be held from 13th to 15th. And the open session of the circle conference will be held on 14th afternoon.The CWC will be held in the morning of 14th and 15th. Notice for the CWC will be issued in due course. The Accommodation will be available from 13th evening. The reservations can be made accordingly.

GENERAL SECRETARY


TWO DAYS STRIKE TOTAL IN POSTAL DEPARTMENT

THE TWO DAYS STRIKE CALLED BY CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS INCLUDING INTUC WAS  TOTAL. THE NUPEGC PLACES ON RECORD  THE SUPPORT AND EFFORTS MADE  BY THE DIVISIONAL/CIRCLE UNIONS IN MAKING THE STRIKE A TOTALITY . THE CHQ CONGRATULATES THE MEMBERSHIP FOR REALIZATION OF THE REALITY AND THIER PARTICIPATION EN-MASS
GENERAL SECRETARY


Min of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
No. 20/16/1998-P&PW(F) dated 19-2-2013

Subject: Withholding of 10% gratuity from the retiring Government servants – clarification
              regarding.

The undersigned is directed to say that this Department has been receiving representations from individuals and Pensioners Associations that government Departments have been withholding 10% of the amount of gratuity from each retirees even when they had not been provided any Government accommodation.

2.         The recovery and adjustment of Govt. dues from retirement gratuity is regulated under Rules 71 to 73 of the CCS (Pensions) Rules, 1972 Rule (1) to (3) of Rule 72 ibid provide for recovery of actual amount of Govt. dues in respect of Govt. accommodation from pay & allowances before retirement and from Retirement Gratuity. Sub rule (5) of Rule 72 ibid stipulates that if, in any particular case, it is not possible for the Directorate of Estates to determine the outstanding license fee, that Directorate shall inform the Head of Office that ten per cent off gratuity may be withheld pending receipt of further information. The withheld amount of gratuity is to be paid back to government servant immediately on production of ‘No Demand Certificate (NDC) from Dte off Estates. Thus, if no ‘Govt. dues’ in respect off Govt. accommodation are outstanding then the rules do not provide for Withholding of any part of the gratuity on retirement of the Govt. servant. If no Government  accommodation is allotted to a Government servant, in accordance with Dte of Estate’s OM No. 1801/511990-Pol-1 dated 12-10-2010, it is for the Administrative Ministry to issue an ’NDC’.

3.         As regards recovery in respect of ‘Govt. dues’ other than those pertaining to Govn. accommodation, the head of Office is required to complete assessment of such dues eight months prior to the date of retirement (Rule 73(2)). The actual amount of such dues and the dues which come to the notice subsequently and remaining outstanding are to be adjusted against the amount of retirement gratuity becoming payable to the Govt. servant on retirement. Thus, there is no provision for withholding any part of gratuity for the purpose of recovery of outstanding government dues other than those pertaining to government accommodation.

Sd/-
(Tripti P. Ghosh)
Director

Thursday, February 21, 2013

KHUDOS TO POSTAL WORKERS FOR THIER TOTAL SHOW DOWN

THE NUPEC SALUTES ALL THE POSTAL WORKERS FOR THEIR PARTICIPATION IN THE STRIKE ON 20TH.THE UNITY SHOWN IS COMMENDABLE.CONTINUE THE STRIKE ON 21ST.

GENERAL SECRETARY

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

TALKS FAILED-STRIKE WILL CONTINUE

TH E PROPOSED STRIKE FROM 20TH FEBRUARY WILL CONTINUE.THE TALKS WITH CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS BY GROUP OF MINISTERS ON 18TH EVENING FAILED.GOVERNMENT DID NOT COME FORWARD TO CONCEDE THE DEMANDS.MAKE THE STRIKE CENT PERCENT SUCCESS FOR SURVIVAL.

GENERAL SECRETARY

Monday, February 18, 2013

NOTICE OF TWO DAYS STRIKE ON 20th & 21st FEBRUARY, 2013.
LETTER FROM THE DEPARTMENT
No.8-4/2013/SR
Government of India
Ministry of Communications & IT
Department of Posts
Dak Bhawan , Sansad Marg ,
New Delhi-110001
Dated 13.02.2013
To
            Sh. M. Krishnan,
            Secretary General, NFPE
            Sh. D. Theagarajan,
            Secretary General, FNPO
Subject:        Notice of two days strike on 20th & 21st February, 2013.
Sir,
            With reference to letter No. JCA 2013 dated 22nd January, 2013 from Postal Joint Council of Action stating that all the Postal/RMS/MMS/Administrative and Postal Accounts Employees and all the Gramin Dak Sevaks will go on two days strike on 20th & 21st Feb, 2013 in support of Charter of Demands enclosed with the letter referred to above. Part-I of The Charter of Demands relates to the entire Government of India and perhaps will be examined by Department of Personnel and Training. Part-II of the Charter of Demands relating to the Department of Posts is being examined by us. The progress in respect of these demands will be intimated to you shortly.
2.         As you are aware the Department of Posts has a well established system to resolve the demands of the employees through discussions across the table. In the recent past, periodical meetings granted by Secretary (Posts),JCM Standing Committee Meeting and JCM Departmental Council Meetings were held where a number of issues have  been discussed  in detail and the minutes has been issued to all concerned for solving staff matters. It is felt that no fruitful purpose is served by agitation especially when the problems can be mutually discussed and resolved. Such disruptions also hamper our business and goodwill.
3.         In view of the above, it is requested that both the federations and its affiliated Unions may call off the strike so that the Postal Services are not hampered and public is not put to any avoidable inconvenience.
Yours faithfully,
                                                      Sd/-
(Anil Kumar)
Dy. Director General (Establishment)
REVISION OF PENSION PRE-2006 PENSIONERS {CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}

Thursday, February 14, 2013

NATIONAL E-GOVERNANCE AWARD 2012-2013 TO MNOP {CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}
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JUDGEMENT ON STEPPING UP OF PAY {CLICK HERE TO VIEW FULL DETAILS}
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MASTER CIRCULAR ON PRODUCT DESIGN AND EXIT FROM NATIONAL PENSION SYSTEM(NPS) {CLICK HERE TO VIEW FULL CIRCULAR }
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SB Order No. 1/2013 {Click here to view Order No. 25-10/2005-FS dated 01.02.2013}

TIMELY INTIMATION ABOUT PAYMENT OF ADDITIONAL FEE UNDER RTI ACT 2005. (Click link below for details)

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Min of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
No. 12/31/2013-IR dated 11-2-1013

Subject: Timely intimation about payment of additional fee under RTI Act 2005

It has been brought to the n notice of the Central Information Commission that some CPIOs inform the information seeker about the additional fee under sub section 7(3) of the RTI Act at the fag end of the thirty days period prescribed for providing the information under sub-section 7(1) of the RTI Act.

2.         The Central information Commission in one of its orders has mentioned that while there cannot be any hard and fast rule about when exactly the intimation about the photocopying charges should be conveyed to the information seeker, it is implied in the prescribed time limit that the demand for the photocopying charges must be made soon   after the RTI application is received so that the information seeker has time to deposit the fees and received the information within the prescribed thirty days period. If the information sought is not voluminous or is not dispersed over a large number of files, computation of the photocopying charges should not be a time consuming task. As soon as the RTI application is received, the holder of the information should decide about how much information to disclose and then calculate the photocopying charges so that the CPIO can immediately write to the information seeker demanding such fees.

3.         This may be brought to the notice of all concerned for compliance.

Sd/-
(Sandeep Jain)
Deputy Seretary

Monday, February 11, 2013

CGHS REVISION OF CEILING RATES FOR STAINLESS STEEL BARE METAL CORONARY STENTS FOR CGHS/CS (MA) BENEFIICIERIES.{CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}
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REVISION OF CEILING RATES FOR CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY AND CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY WITH BALLOON FOR CGHS BENEFICIARIES.{CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}
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ACTION TAKEN REPORT ON THE DECISIONS OF THE 21SDT MEETING OF SCOVA HELD ON 27TH SEPTEMBER, 2012. {CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS}
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MS. P. GOPINATH, IPOS-1977, HAS ASSUMED THE OFFICE OF SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF POSTS, MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND CHAIRPERSON, POSTAL SERVICES BOARD AND DIRECTOR GENERAL, POSTAL SERVICES ON 01-02-2013(F/N)(Click link below for details)

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

STRIKE PREPARATIONS

MAKE  PREPARATIONS FOR THE STRIKE ALONG WITH LOCAL/ CIRCLE JCAS.TOUR PROGRAMME GIVEN BY THE FEDERATIONS IS ENCLOSED .COORDINATE WITH FNPO AFFLIATES AND GIVE ALTERNATE NAMES ACCORDING TO THE LOCAL TOURS.
GENERAL SECRETARY


2013 FEBRUARY 20, 21 – ALL INDIA TWO DAYS STRIKE
POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GDS (NFPE)
NATIONAL UNION OF GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS (FNPO)

COMBINED CAMPAIGN TOUR PROGRAMME OF ALL INDIA LEADERS NFPE/FNPO
Sl. No.
Circle
Place & Date
Leaders attending  (Comrades)
1.
Andhra Pradesh
14.02.2013
Hyderabad
NFPE
R. Sivannarayana G/S P-3
S.K. Humayun  P-4
C.H. Koleshwa AGS R-3
A.N. Srinivas AGS-R-4
T Satyanarayana GS P/A
K. Ramachandran, AGS(CHQ)- Admn.
Kishan Singh , SBCO
 P. Pandurangarao, G/S,GDS (NFPE)
FNPO
Sri T.N. RAHATE, President FNPO &
Sri D. Theagarajan, Secretary General, FNPO
2.
Assam
11.02.2013
Guwahati
NFPE
L.P. Saikia- Org. G/S-P-3
Ramani Bhattacharjee P-3
Moinul Huqe P-4
G. Talukdar AGS R-3
Ajit Ch. Das VP R-4
Biswajit Das C/S P/A
B.C. Deka , AGS(CHQ) – Admn.
Ramesh Sharma C/S (GDS)
G. Acharya V/P , GDS(NFPE)
G. Gohain, AG/COC
FNPO
Sri Deepak Mukherjee, Working President, NUR ’C’
3.
Bihar
13.02.2013
Patna
NFPE
U.K. Tiwari  Org. G/S P-3
S.K. Humayun  P-4
S.K. Bardhan President R-3
Rajesh Kapoor AGS R-4
Gopal Krishna Sharma AGS-P/A
Sohan Prasad, AGS (CHQ), Admn.
N.K. Bajpai, SBCO
Chandra Narayan Chaudhary, C/S –GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri Ashok Kumar, Circle Secretary, P-IV
4.
Chattisgarh
14.02.2013
Raipur
NFPE
S.A. Hameed Org. G/S P-3
B.R. Kumbhkar P-4
B.P. Ganak V/P R-3
P. Suresh G/S R-4
K. Krishna Rao, Org. Secy. P/A



FNPO
Sri Sunilkumar Pandey, Circle Secretary,NUR ’C’
5.
Delhi
15.02.2013
New Delhi
NFPE
R. Sivannarayana G/S P-3
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3
P. Suresh G/S R-4
D.S. Chauhan, AGS, P/A



FNPO
Sri O.P. Khanna, General Secretary, AIPAOA
6.
Gujarat
14.02.2013
Ahamedabad
NFPE
Mangesh Parab Working President P-3
S.T.Terryia P-4
M.P. John AGS R-3
K.L. Thadvi AGS R-4
S.K. Brahmania Asst. Fin. Secy. , P/A
R.S. Dhali, AGS (CHQ) Admn.
V.K. Valand, SBCO
Smt. Ashaben V. Joshi, GSD(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri C.P. Nayi, President, NUPE PM & MTS
7.
Haryana
08.02.2013
Ambala
NFPE
Balwinder Singh Financial Secy. P-3
Mahabir Singh Treasurer P-4
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4
Jasbir Singh C/S , P/A
Manjit Singh , Ex-GS (Admn)
Rajiv , SBCO
Akshaya Kumar, GDS(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri T.N. RAHATE, President FNPO
8.
Himachal Pradesh
11.02.2013
Shimla
NFPE
H.P. Diwakar ,P-3
Jagdish Prasad Treasurer R-3
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4
K.S. Rana Sin. Secy. , P/A
T.P . Sharma OS,(CHQ) Admn.



FNPO
Sri Ashok Sharma, Circle Secretary, NUPE PM & MTS
9.
Jammu & Kashmir
06.02.2013
Jammu
NFPE
Balwinder Singh Financial Secy. P-3
Jagdish Prasad Treasurer R-3



FNPO
Sri O.P. Khanna, General Secretary, AIPAOA
10.
Jharkhand
14.02.2013
Ranchi
NFPE
U.K. Tiwari Org. S/G P-3
B.R. Kumbhkar P-4
Anuj Kumar ATS R-3
Manoj Kumar R-4



FNPO
Sri Ashok Singh, Circle Secretary, NUR ’C’
11.
Karnataka
08.02.2013
Bangalore
NFPE
K.V. Sridharan Ex. G/S  P-3
R. Seethalaxmi  P-4
P.V. Rajendran V/P R-3
K. Lakshmi Pathi VP R-4
D.K. Shivanna Woring President, P/A
T. Satyanarayana, G/S P/A
M.D/. Narayanmuthy OS (CHQ) Admn.
B.R. Jagdeesh, AGS, GDS(NFPE)
K. Kalpesh C/S GDS(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri Shivakumar, Asst Secretary General, FNPO
12.
Kerala
06.02.2013
Trivandrum
NFPE
C. P. Shobana Vice President P-3
T.K. Sivadasan P-4
P.V. Rajendran V/P R-3
P Sugesh AGS R-4
T.P. Ravindran, AGS , P/A
P. Satheesh Kumar, OS(CHQ), Admn.
V. Murukan, Fin. Secy. GSD(NFPE)
Mohanan, SBCO
Abhilesh Babu, SBCO



FNPO
Sri P.U. Muralidharan, General Secretary, NUGDS
13.
Madhya Pradesh
13.02.2013
Bhopal
NFPE
S.A. Hameed  Org. G/S P-3
R.K. Yadav P-4
B.P. Ganak V/P R-3
N R Malivya VP R-4
J.S. Rajput, V/P. , P/A
S.K. Jaiswal, SBCO
Vijay Kumar4 Sharma , GDS(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri Jaiswal, Circle Secretary, NAPEC
14.
Maharashtra
13.02.2013
Mumbai
NFPE
Mangesh Parab Working President P-3
N. Gopalkrishnan Working President P-3
I.S. Dabas G/S P-4
H.M. Gedam AGS R-3
D.M. Sonwane President R-4
B.M. Kishore, V /P..P/A
U.S. Chakraborty (Admn)
S.P. Kulkarni, President, SBCO



FNPO
B.S. Kashid, Dy Secretary General, FNPO
15.
North East
12.02.2013
Shillong
NFPE
L.P. Saikia- Org. G/S-P-3
Ramani Bhattacharjee P-3
Moinul Huqe P-4
G. Talukdar AGS R-3
Ajit Ch. Das VP R-4
Biswajit Das C/S P/A
B.C. Deka AGS (CHQ), Admn.
G. Acharjee , GDS(NFPE)
Smt. Supravapal, AGS (GDS) NFPE
G. Gohain, AG/COC



FNPO
Sri Doling, Asst Circle Secretary, NAPEC
16.
Orissa
15.02.2013
Bhubaneswar
NFPE
R.C. Mishra P-3
D.B. Mohanti  P-4
R.N. Dhal AGS R-3
Dipenkar Dey AGS R-4
Nanda Kishore Das , Org. Secy. P/A
S.S. Samant, OS (CHQ), Admn.
Nirmal Ch. SinghWorking President, GDS(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri T.N. RAHATE, President FNPO
17.
Punjab
07.02.2013
Chandigarh
NFPE
Balwinder Singh Financial Secy. P-3
Mahabir Singh Treasurer P-4
K.P. Singh AGS R-3
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4
K.S. Deepa , C.S. , P/A
Manjit Singh , Ex. GS (Admn)
Baldev Raj Sharma, SBCO
Avtar Singh, C/S GDS(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri T.N. RAHATE, President FNPO
18.
Rajasthan
16.02.2013
Jaipur
NFPE
H.P. Diwakar ,P-3
Manohar Lal Sen ,P-4
Giri Raj Singh, G/S R-3
Tirath Prakash, AGS R-4
R.S. Gujar, V/P , P/A
V.K. Jain, SBCO



FNPO
Sri Muthu, Circle Secretary, AIPAOA, FNPO
19.
Tamil Nadu
09.02.2013
Chennai
NFPE
A. Veeramani AGS P:-3
Gopugovindrajan ,P-4
M.B. Sukumar ,AGS R-3
K. Rajendran , AGS R-4
Santosh Kumar, President, P/A
Com. T.N. Nagrajan (Admn)
S. Appanraj, SBCO
R. Dhanraj Dy. GS, GDS(NFPE)
KC Ramachandran AGS, GDS(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri D. Theagarajan, Secretary General, FNPO
20.
Uttar Pradesh
14.02.2013
Lucknow
NFPE
Subhash Mishra AGS P-3
Vikram Shah P-4
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3
Dinesh Chand Goutam AGS R-4
S.B. Yadav, Dy. G/S. , P/A
Virendra Tewary, SBCO
Promod Kumar Singh, Working President,GSD(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri. A.H. Siddiqui, General Secretary, R-IV
21.
Uttarakhand
12.02.2013
NFPE
Subhash Mishra AGS P-3
Vikram Shah P-4
R.K. Gupta R-3



FNPO
Sri. N.K. Tyagi, Asst General Secretary, NUR ‘C’
22.
West Bengal
14.02.2013
Kolkata
NFPE
G.D. Maity AGS P-3
Subroto Banarjee P-4
S.K. Bardhan President R-3
Dipenkar Dey AGS R-4
P.K. Das Gupta, AGS, P/A
S.P. Mukherjee, V.P. (NFPE) (Admn)
Asit Das, SBCO
Bijoy Gopal Sur, President, GDS(NFPE)



FNPO
Sri Sekar Mukherji, Asst Secretary General, FNPO

INSTRUCTIONS:
  1.    All General Secretaries are requested to suggest the name of their leaders for each circle and also any change in dates.  Name of the same leader should not be given for the same date in another circle.
  2.    Leaders whose names are given should compulsorily attend the meeting.
  3.    Change of dates (once finalized by Central JCA) will be allowed only if there are convincing reasons.
  4.    Circle Secretaries of NFPE & FNPO should take initiative to arrange the joint meeting.  They should consult each other and finalise the programme.
  5.    Maximum publicity should be given to campaign programme and maximum participation of employees should be ensured.
  6.    Circle Unions / Divisional Unions should make maximum effort to make the strike a grand success.  Joint campaign programmes by Circle / Divisional Union Leaders may be organized in all Circles / Divisions.
  7.    Joint Strike notice will be served on 22.01.2013 to Secretary, Department of Posts.  Copy may be served to all Circle / Divisional heads also.  Copy of the strike notice may be down loaded from websites of NFPE / FNPO & affiliated Unions.
  8.    All the Unions and Federations of Postal Department are participating in the 2 days  strike, make the strike cent per cent.

          M.KRISHNAN                                                                       D.THEAGARAJAN
Secretary General, NFPE                                                            Secretary General, FNPO