Wednesday, December 31, 2014

S.B Allowance to P.A. Dte clarfication. Click here to view.
 1) Clarification regarding issue of medicines under CGHS
2)Change in date of birth/age of family pensioners for payment of additional pension
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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Friday, December 26, 2014


Lokpal: Babus get four more months to file info on assetsClick here to see the details...
REPORT OF WORKING GROUP CONSTITUTED TO DELIBERATE ON RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE EXPERT COMMITTEE REPORT OF SSC.
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INCENTIVE TO THE STAFF PERFORMING IMTS TRANSACTIONS IN POST OFFICES.Click here to see the details...

Thursday, December 25, 2014

"MERRY CHRISTMAS" AND HAPPY NEW YEAR”

                                                                 (D Kishan Rao)
                                                    Genereal Secretary

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Give “New Year Gift” to citizens by permitting and publicising the use of ordinary Postal Stamps for payment of RTI fee: CIC’s recommendation to Department of Personnel and TrainingClick here to see the details...

How to join GCHS after RetairmentClick here to see the

Monday, December 22, 2014

1)BEDU : Not Recognized - No Trade Union Facilities - Department clarified to our RTI

2)Can’t recover excess salary paid to class III, IV staff: SC 

3)Hold discussions with the Staff Side

4)Charging higher fares in Premium Tatkal tickets
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Can’t recover excess salary paid to class III, IV staff: SC


Supreme Court
y.

NEW DELHI: Recovery of excess amount paid to Class-III and Class-IV employees due to employer's mistake is not permissible in law, the Supreme Court has ruled saying that it would cause extremely harsh consequences to them who are totally dependent on their wages to run their family. 

The apex court said employees of lower rung service spend their entire earning in the upkeep and welfare of their family, and if such excess payment is allowed to be recovered from them, it would cause them far more hardship, than the reciprocal gains to the employer.
 

A bench of JS Khehar and Arun Mishra also directed that an employer cannot recover excess amount in case of a retired employee or one who is to retire within one year and where recovery process is initiated five years after excess payment.
 

Saturday, December 20, 2014

21 st ALL INDIA CONFERENCE

TREK TO BHILAI


Bhilai entices you. Representatives, Delegates and Active Corps of the Postal National union movement will converge at Bhilai from 20th to 22nd January, 2015 in the mammoth gathering to review the activities of the union in the last two years, analyze the present situation, take a peep into the future, and resolve upon the further steps to be taken to realize our objectives in the 21st  AIC of NAPE, Group C.

A new Government at the center formed and there are apprehensions in the minds of postal workers about their future. New Technology is introduced rapidly into the India Post for modernization and entering into the market competition. The burden of UPSO and consequent cross border subsidy continues. India Post mooted to have a strategic plan for  development and sustenance.

The task force on leverage of post office net work suggested holding companies with subsidiary companies designated as strategic business units, 100% owned by Department of post. Corporatization of postal services in very near future is  a reality.

There is no tangible movement for the sectional problems like  DA merger Interim relief, MACP, Postmaster Cadre, problems faced in the New Technology. we have to formulate our demands and resolutions. The efficiency in the service is our concern. We are capable of doing it in Govt. owned Departments.

          Trek to Bhilai in large numbers, we are looking forward to return from Bhilai with hands laden with destiny. Let us make the 21st AIC  a historic one. And again, on to Bhilai


The  DELEGATE  FEES IS FIXED  AS  Rs  800/-




Thursday, December 18, 2014

NFPE * FNPO * AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) * NUGDS

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GDS (NFPE)
NATIONAL UNION OF GRAMIN DAK SEWAKS (FNPO)
CENTRAL HEAD QUARTERS, NEW DELHI – 110001






No. PJCA/2014                                                                                   Dated: 16.12.2014
CIRCULAR
To
            All Office Bearers of both Federations,
            All General Secretaries of both the Federations
            All Circle / Divisional and Branch Secretaries
 Comrades& Colleagues,
A meeting of Postal JCA consisting NFPE, FNPO, AIPE Union GDS (NFPE) and NUGDS was held at NFPE office, North Avenue, Post Office Building, New Delhi on 03.12.2014. All General Secretaries of NFPE, FNPO and GDS Unions attended the meeting. Com. M. Krishnan Ex. Secretary General NFPE and Secretary General Confederation was also present.
After detailed discussions the following decisions were taken:
1.         Indefinite strike will be organized from 6th May, 2015.
2.         Intensive campaign programme will be launched by the JCA leaders.
3.         JCA will be formed in all the circles. The following leaders of JCA are authorized for formation of Circle JCA and this work should be completed before 31st Jan-2015:
Kerala
Shri D. Theagarajan, S/G  FNPO
Com. M. Krishnan Ex. S/G  NFPE
Karnataka
Sri D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. P. Suresh G/S R-4 (NFPE)
Andhra Pradesh
Shri  G.M. Rabani Vice president (FNPO)
Com. R. Seethalaxmi G/S P-4 (NFPE)
Tamilnadu
Shri N. Ramappa G/S  R-4 (FNPO)
Com. T. Satyanarayana G/S Postal Accounts(NFPE)
Odisha
Shri U. Murlidharan G/S NUGDS
Com. P Pandurangarao G/S AIPEU GDS(NFPE)
Maharashtra
Shri D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. Giri raj Singh G/S R-3 (NFPE)
Gujarat
Shri T N Rahate G/S P-4 (FNPO)
Com, N. Subramanian G/S P-3 (NFPE)
M.P.
Shri T N Rahate G/S P-4 (FNPO)
Com. R.N. Parashar S/G (NFPE)
Chhattisgarh
Shri  D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. R.N. Parashar S/G (NFPE)
Rajasthan
Shri O.P. Khanna G/S Admn. (FNPO)
Com. Virendra Tiwari G/S SBCO (NFPE)
UP
Shri B.S. Singh (FNPO)
Com. S.B. Yadav G/S R.O. Accounts (NFPE)
Punjab
Shri Jaipal Singh  Vice President  P-4 (FNPO)
Com. Giriraj Singh G/S R-3 (NFPE)
Hayrana
Shi Jaipal Sin gh Vice President , P-4 (FNPO)
Com. N. Subramanian G/S P-3 (NFPE)
H.P.
Shi Jaipal Singh Vice President , P-4 (FNPO)
Com. K.K. Sharma Vice President ,(NFPE)
Bihar
Shri D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. R. Seethalaxmi G/S P-4 (NFPE)
Jharkhand
Shri Deepak Mukherjee President R-III (FNPO)
Com. R. Shiv Narayana President P-III (NFPE)
West Bengal
Shri D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. ,. N. Subramanian G/S P-3 (NFPE)
Assam
Shri Deepak Mukherjee President R-4 (FNPO)
Com. Pranab Bhattacharjee G/S Admn.(NFPE)
North East
Shri Deepak Mukherjee President R-4 (FNPO)
Com. Pranab Bhattacharjee G/S Admn.(NFPE)
Uttarakhand
Shri  R K Tyagi    Dy/ G/S R-3 (FNPO)
Com. R. Seethalaxmi G/S P-4 (NFPE)
Delhi
Com. RN. Parashar S/G NFPE
Shri D. Theagarajan S/G (FNPO) and all General Secretaries.
4.         JCA unanimously decided to oppose Task Force Committee recommendations.
5.         State JCA leaders will authorize circle leaders of both Federations for formation of Divisional level JCA & this should be completed before 28th Feb 2015.
6.         State conventions and Divisional conventions should be held in the month of March-2015.
7.         Circulars, Banners, Pamphlets describing the demands should be sent to all and these should be circulated in regional languages also.
Yours Comradely,
                                                                                                      
    R. N. Parashar                                                                         D. Theagarajan
Secretary General, NFPE                                                 Secretary General, FNPO   
                                                            
  P. Pandurangarao                                                                  P. U. Muraleedharan
  General Secretary                                                                   General Secretary


          AIPEU-GDS (NFPE)                                                                    NUGDS (FNPO)

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION of CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ORGANISATIONS PARTICIPATING IN JCM

DECISIONS OF STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING DATED 11.12.2014 FOR IMPLEMENTATION AT STATE LEVEL

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Revision of flat rate of licence fee for General Pool Residential Accommodation (GPRA) throughout the country (Click the link below for details)
  
Review of Automated System of Allotment [ASA] -Cancellation of enblock Change Waiting List in Type I to IV in General pool CLICK HERE
   GPRA To Link Aadhar [UID] numbers - all over the country: Directorate of Estates CLICK HERE 
 

GUIDELINES FOR continuous empanelment scheme  for all CGHS cities except Mumbai CLICK HERE

Friday, December 12, 2014

AGENDA ITEMS FOR THE DEPARTMENTAL COUNCIL MEETING. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION. OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ORGANISATIONS PARICIPATING IN JCM.

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MODIFIED ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME FOR THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE - CLARIFICATION REGARDING.(Click the link below for details)

http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/35034_3_2008-Estt.D_Vol.II-10122014.pdf

Thursday, December 11, 2014


CONSOLIDATED INSTRUCTIONS ON SUSPENSION.

PRE-RETIREMENT COUNSELLING WORKSHOP (Click the link below for details) http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D3/D03ppw/PRC_231214.pdf

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Agenda items for the Departmental Council meeting.Click here to see the details.

IDENTIFICATION OF PENSIONERS ASSOCIATIONS UNDER THE PENSIONERS' PORTAL- A MISSION MODE PROJECT UNDER NeGP.
(Click the link below for details)
http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D3/D03ppw/PPWC_08122014.pdf

Monday, December 8, 2014

Task Force on Leveraging the Post Offices Network of the Country
FNPO - NFPE March to Parliment
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 PAYMENT OF DEATH GRATUITY TO MINOR-REGARDING (Click the link below for details) http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D3/D03ppw/ppwf_041214.pdf
 
REVISED DELIVERY NORMS FOR VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF MAIL (OTHER THAN SPEED POST).
D.G. Post O.M. No. 13-45/2008-D dated 26.11.2014
            Reference is invited to the Directorate O.M.  of even no.  dated 10.12.2013 (and Addendum dated 21.01.2014 and 03.06.2014) , vide which revised delivery norms for Speed Post were communicated . Since then, the revised norms have also been hosted on India Post website in a PDF as well as in the shape of an interactive “MS Excel” tool.
2.         The matter relating to revision of delivery norms for various categories of mail (other than Speed Post) was under consideration at this Directorate, Accordingly, the delivery norms for mail and parcels have been revised as under:
(a)        For Registered (First Class) Mail:
            (i)         Local (within Municipal City Limits): 2 days.
            (ii)        Between Metro cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and  
                        Hyderabad) : 2 to 3 days.
            (iii)       Same state: 3 to 4 days.
            (iv)       Neighbouring state: 3 to 4 days.
            (v)        Rest of the country (for cities not covered in the category of: same state” and
                       “neighbouring state”) : 5 to 6 days.
(b)       For First Class (Unregistered) Mail:
            i)          Local (within Municipal City Limits): 2 days.
            (ii)        Between Metro cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and  
                        Hyderabad): 2 to 3 days.
            (iii)       Same state: 3 to 4 days.
            (iv)       Neighbouring state: 3 to 4 days.
            (v)        Rest of the country (for cities not covered in the category of: same state” and
                       “neighbouring state”) : 5 to 6 days.
 (c)       For Express Parcel:
            (i)         For 84 cities: Specific norms on city –to-city basis (being communicated
                       by e-mail)
            (ii)        Local (for cities other than the 84 cities covered under revised norms for city-to-
                       city norms and covering only Municipal limits): 2 days.
            (iii)       Same state (for cities other than the 84 cities and local mail covered under
                        revised norms): 3 to 4 days
            (iv)       Neighbouring state: (for cities other than the 84 cities covered under
                        revised norms): 3 to 4 days
(v)        Rest of the country (for cities other than the 84 cities covered under revised norms and not covered I “same state” and “neighbouring state”): 5 to 6 days.
(d)       For Business Parcel:
            (i)         Local (within Municipal City Limits): 2 to 3 days.
            (ii)        Between Metro cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and  
                        Hyderabad): 3 to 4 days.
            (iii)       Same state:  4 days.
            (iv)       Neighbouring state: 4 days.
            (v)        Rest of the country (for cities not covered in the category of: same state” and
                       “neighbouring state”) : 5 to 7 days.
(e)        For Second Class Mail:
            (i)         Local (within Municipal City Limits): 3 days.
            (ii)        Between Metro cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and  
                        Hyderabad): 4 days.
            (iii)       Same state: 4 days.
            (iv)       Neighbouring state: 4 days.
            (v)        Rest of the country (for cities not covered in the category of: same state” and
                       “neighbouring state”) : 5 to 7 days.
3.         The new delivery norms for Express Parcels on a city-to-city basis for 84 cities, which are being communicated by e-mail, are also limited to the local municipal limit of the cities concerned. Further, the new delivery norms for various categories of mail referred to above would be subject to the conditions that:
(i)         They do not apply to the articles booked after the cut off time on a day (normally taken as 3 or 4 pm for booking counters at post offices  or as decided by the Circle concerned) and an extra  day may be added in such cases,
(ii)        The delivery norms do not include Sundays and Holidays.
(iii)       Delay occurring due to curfew, bandh or strike in a particular city may adversely affect delivery norms.
(iv)       Delay occurring due to cancellation of flight/trains/buses/other  means of transport for carriage of mails or off-loading /non-carriage of mail by the carriers due to any reason is beyond the control of the Department, and therefore, he same may adversely affect delivery norms.
4.         Circles may give wide publicity to the new norms among the public and display the norms in the shape of a matrix of prominent/frequently-used destinations at the post office as display of entire matrix perhaps may not be possible.
5.         The new delivery norms would also be hosted on India Pos website in a user-friendly format so that a user could easily find delivery/transit norms. In the interim, a PDF version of the document will be uploaded by CEPT on the Department’s website.
6.         This O.M. supersedes all previous instructions on delivery norms for mail and Parcels (other than Speed Post) issued by this Directorate/Business Development and Marketing Directorate.