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Thursday, October 31, 2019


GUIDELINES FOR SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS FOR COMPENSATION ON ACCIDENTS APPLICABLE TO DEPARTMENT OF POSTS



RETIREMENT OF SH. ANANTA NARAYAN NANDA, SECRETARY (POSTS)/CHAIRPERSON & MS. MEERA HANDA, DGPOSTS,DOP,TODAY (31.10.2019)

Wednesday, October 30, 2019


 NOT GIVING PREFERENCE TO CASUAL LABOURERS IN SELECTION TO GDS POSTS-REG

No.17-31/2016-GDS
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts (GDS Section)
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg.
New Delhi-110m 001
Dated: 30.10.2019

Office Memorandum

Subject: Implementation of recommendations of Kamlesh Chandra Committee on giving preference to Casual Labourers in selection to GDS posts-reg.

The undersigned is directed to refer to para 14.26 of GDS Committee on giving preference to Casual Labourers in selection to GDS posts. The Committee observed that, the scheme of employing casual labourers is not in vogue from 01.09.1993 onwards and those eligible among those who were selected before 01.09.1993 would have been selected to eligible posts by now. Department has earmarked 25o/o of vacancies for them for recruitment as Multi Tasking Staff in Post/Mail Offices as per Recruitment Ru1es. The committee is of the view that there is no necd to notify GDS vacancies to Casual Labourers as of now. Such a provision will indirectly pave the way for backdoor entry of ineligible candidates to GDS service. Department may examine this aspect.

2. The matter has been examined and following orders are issued:-

(i) As per the scheme for Casual Labourers (Grant of Temporary Status and Regularisation, temporary status is granted to those Casual Labourers who were in employment as on 10.09.1993, subject to fulfillment of certain conditions. Such Casuai Labourers who complete 13 years of service are to be treated at par with temporary   MTS employees and are entitled to various benefits viz. leave, holidays, CGEGIS, GPF, Medical aid, LTC etc. and counting of temporary service after regularization for retirement benefits. Further, engagement of Casual Labourers is not permissible after the cutoff date.

(ii) There is already provision in the Recruitment Rules of MTS 2018 issued vide Directorate letter no.37-33/2009-SPB-I dated 27th August 2018 giving preference to Casual Labourers for regularization in service on seniority basis. Department has earmarke d. 25Yo of vacancies for Casual Labourer. If Casual Labourers are engaged as GDS, there may be a scenario wherein a Casual Labourer, who was about to get regularized as per the Recruitment Rules 2018 of Multi Tasking Staff, may not be considered for regularization as MTS.

 (iii) In view of the above, it has been decided by the Competent Authority that, GDS vacancies should not be notified for Casual Labourers from the date of issue of this OM. 3. The above instructions will come into effect from the date of issue of this O.M

4. . Hindi version will follow
(SB Vyavahare)
 Assistant Director General (GDS/PCC)
 Tele No. 011-23096629




RATE OF DEARNESS ALLOWANCE APPLICABLE W.E.F. 01.07.2019 TO THE EMPLOYEES OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND CENTRAL AUTONOMOUS BODIES CONTINUING TO DRAW THEIR PAY IN THE PRE-REVISED PAY SCALE/GRADE PAY AS PER 5TH CPC.(Click the link below to view)

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RATE OF DEARNESS ALLOWANCE APPLICABLE W.E.F. 01.07.2019 TO THE EMPLOYEES OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND CENTRAL AUTONOMOUS BODIES CONTINUING TO DRAW THEIR PAY IN THE PRE-REVISED PAY SCALE/GRADE PAY AS PER 6TH CPC. .(Click the link below to view)




MINUTES OF THE 31ST SCOVA MEETING HELD UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF HONORABLE MOS(PP) ON 05.09.2019, AT VIGYAN BHAWAN ANNEXE, NEW DELHI-REG (Click the link below to view)




(Click the link below to view the DOP letter)



NOTIFICATION REGARDING RTI RULES 2019.
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DRAWAL OF NEXT INCREMENT UNDER RULE 10 OF CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (REVISED PAY) RULES. 2016 – REGARDING

 GRANT OF ONE TIME RELAXATION TO THE CENTRAL GOVT.EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE AVAILED LTC - 80 AND TRAVELED BY AIR BY PURCHASING TICKET FROM AUTHORITIES OTHER THAN AUTHORIZED AGENTS.

REMOVAL OF ARBITRARY CEILING ON COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENTS-REG: DOPT



RATE OF DEARNESS ALLOWANCE APPLICABLE W.E.F 01-07-2019 TO THE EMPLOYEES OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND CENTRAL AUTONOMOUS BODIES CONTINUING TO DRAW THEIR PAY IN THE PRE-REVISED PAY SCALE / GRADE PAY AS PER 6TH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION


Tuesday, October 29, 2019


TRANSFER POLICY GUIDELINES CLARIFICATIONS

         Transfer policy guidelines –clarifications

Ministry of Communications, Department of Posts letter No. -12/1/2018-SPN-II dated 24th October, 2019.

I am directed to refer to Directorate’s communications number 141-141/2013-SPN-II dated 17.01.2019 vide which revised “Guide Lines for Transfer” was circulated to all Postal Circles. References were received from various Postal Circles/Service Associations pointing out some difficulties and seeking clarifications. The references have been examined and clarified as under:

Sl. No.
Issue raised
Clarifications
1.
Directorate’s instructions no. 141-260/91-SPB-II dated 21.01.1992 regarding intra-divisional transfer under Rule-38 from one Sub Division to another within the same divisions still applicable of not.
Transfer Policy Guidelines dated 17.01.2019 was issued in supersession of ll earlier guidelines in the matter. As such, instructions dated 21.01.1992 is not applicable as on date. Further , as per Para 3(B) (I) (ii), CPMG is the competent authority to approve intra-Circle transfer.
2.
Transfer under Rule-38 of Postal Assistant of Foreign Post to Postal Division shall be considered or not
As per the transfer policy guidelines, transfer from one distinct cadre to another is not allowed. Postal Assistant& Sorting Assistant in Foreign Post Office and Postal Assistant working in Postal Division/Posts Offices are two different cadres. Therefore, a Postal Assistant working in FPO cannot be transferred to Postal Divisions.
3.
Pending Rule-38 cases till 2018 will also be maintained in the Form-2 & Form-3 as per length of service of the official or as per date of receipt of these applications.
As clarified vide Directorates letter number X-12/1/2019-SPN-II dated 27.06.2019 at Sl No. 6, such applications shall be treated as to be received between 1st April to 30th June and shall be recorded in Form2 (Inward Register) & Form-3 (Outward Register) as per length of the service.
4.
The condition of 2 years or probation period should not be applied on GDS who are appointed as Postman.
The eligibility  condition of 2 year or probation period shall also be applied to Postman who were earlier GDS.
5.
Rotational Transfer  of PA (SBCO) within the clusters of the Region (inter cluster or intra cluster) may be approved by the DPS/PMG of the concerned Region.
Regional Head shall be the competent authority to approve rotational transfer of SBCO officials within a Region.
6.
Category of SC/ST/OBC candidates for the purpose of transfer under Rule-38 either one way or mutual exchange,
SC/ST/OBC candidates selected against UR vacancy may be treated as UR for the purpose of transfer only, whether by arrangement of mutual exchange or otherwise. For all other aspects, including promotions , such candidates will remain their status of reserved category and will get the benefit of reservation as applicable.

Yours faithfully,
            Sd/-
(Muthuraman C)
Assistant Director General(SPN)


REVISION OF THE MONITORY LIMITS FOR INVESTIGATIONS IN LOSS / FRAUD CASES BY DIFFERENT AUTHORITIES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF POSTS





MOST IMPORTANT JUDGMENT - UPGRADATION TO ANOTHER CADRE THROUGH AN EXAMINATION (LDCE) IS NOT PROMOTION BUT TO BE TREATED AS DIRECT RECRUITMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF MACP
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UPDATION OF NAME, GENDER AND DATE OF BIRTH IN AADHAAR - MODIFICATION OF PROCESS


SPECIAL PROVISION FOR ISSUE OF MEDICINES TO SERVING EMPLOYEES VISITING CGHS WELLNESS CENTRE AS A PATIENT - UP TO 09-30 A.M



Sunday, October 27, 2019

Friday, October 25, 2019


BRIEF REPORT ON ALL INDIA CONFERENCE HELD AT HYDERABAD FROM 20.10.2019 TO 23.10.2019

All India Conference of All India Postal Employees Union Group ‘C’ was held at Gachibowli Stadium Campus, Hyderabad (Telangana) from 20.10.2019 to 23.10.2019.

On 19.10.2019 C.W.C. was also held at the same venue in which the agenda of A.I.C was approved.

A.I.C. commenced with Flag hoisting at 10 AM on 20.10.2019. The National Flag was hoisted by Com. C. C. Pillai, Ex Secretary General, NFPE & Ex-General Secretary, R3. NFPE Flag was hoisted by Com. Giriraj Singh, President, NFPE & General Secretary, R-III. P3 Flag was hoisted by Com. J. Ramamurthy, President P3.

After that Floral tribute was offered to the martyrs. All Leaders present there paid their tribute by offering flowers on Martyr’s Column.

Inaugural Session started at 10:30 AM on 20.10.2019. Com. J. Ramamurthy President presided over the meeting.

Welcome speech was delivered by Com. S. S. R. A. Prasad, General Secretary Reception Committee and Circle Secretary, P3 Telangana.

Com. R. N. Parashar, General Secretary also welcomed all leaders & guests present on dias and all delegates and Visitors attending the A.I.C and gave an introductory speech.

All leaders, Chief Guest, Guests of Honour, All India leaders, General Secretaries of affiliated unions and all CHQ office bearers, Circle Secretaries and Women Committee Members were honoured by the Reception Committee by presenting flower bouquets, shawls, bags, Badges and mementos.

Com. K. K. N. Kutty, President Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers, greeted the A.I.C and delivered a brief speech on the common issues related to 7th CPC & Central Government Employees.

The open session was formally inaugurated by Com. Swadesh Dev Roy, National Secretary, Centre of Indian Trade Unions (C.I.T.U) in his speech he elaborated the issues related to working class, peasantry and common man. How the Government policies are effecting the life of Common man. The neo-liberal economic policies being pursued by the present Government are not in the interest of Common man whether it is Government Employees, Public Sectors Employees, State Government Workers or farmers. These policies have been framed to make the corporate Sector benefitted. The country is facing serious economic crisis and unemployment problem. He appealed the working class to fight unitedly to resist the retrograde economic policies of the Govt.

Shri P. K. Bishoi, Member (Personal) & Designated Secretary (Posts) also graced the occasion as Chief Guest. In his address he assured the employees to protect their interests and settle the problems which are being faced by the employees. He appealed to the Postal Employees to work in the interest of the Department.

Shri Charls Lobo Chief PMG, Karnataka holding additional charge of Telangana Circle also addressed the open session.

Shri K. Nageshwar, Ex-MLC Telangana also delivered his speech and criticized the anti working class policies of present central Govt. He stressed the need to fight unitedly by all working class to resist the anti common man and pro-corporate policies of the Government.

The open session was addressed by Coms. C. C. Pillai, Ex-Secretary General NFPE & Ex General Secretary R3, Com. Vrigu Bhattacharjee, Financial Secretary, Confederation & Secretary General, All India Civil Accounts Employees Association, Giriraj Singh, President, NFPE & General Secretary R3, D. B. Mohanty, General Secretary, P4, P. Suresh General Secretary R4, S. B. Yadav, General Secretary, Postal Accounts, Smt. Jasmine Jalal Begum, General Secretary, AIPESBCOEA, J. L. Venkat Subbu, General Secretary Admin Union, P. Pandurangarao, General Secretary, AIPEU GDS Union, R. Sivannarayana, Ex-President P3, P. Mohan, General Secretary, Casual Labourers Union and some other leaders.

Delegate session was started at 4 PM on 20.10.2019 after getting the agenda approved by the house Com. J. Ramamurthy delivered Presidential Speech.

Com. R. N. Parashar General Secretary initiated the discussion on agenda by narrating the present position on each issue.

All Circle Secretaries discussed the various issues notified in agenda in detail it went on upto 21st October A/N. After that delegates were called for to give their views on agenda items and the problems being faced by them at the ground level. 76 delegates took part in deliberation who gave an important feedback on the issues.

After that General Secretary summed up the discussion. He elaborately described each issue raised by the delegates and clarified the position of action taken by CHQ and the Department. He thanked all Leaders, Member (P) & designated, Secretary (Posts) Chief PMG Telangana and other officers who attended the open session. He thanked all CHQ office bearers, Circle Secretaries, Women Committee members, Divisional Secretaries and all delegates and visitors who attended the A.I.C. for their guidance and co-operation extended to run the affairs of CHQ.

Special Thanks were given to Com. K. V. Sridharan Ex-General Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’ who has always extended his support, co-operation and guidance to the CHQ.

General Secretary conveyed thanks to Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General Confederation, Ex-Secretary General NFPE & General Secretary P3 who could not attend the A.I.C. due to some domestic problems but he has always extended his co-operation, guidance and support to run the affairs of CHQ.

After that Credentials were readout. 711 delegates out of 836 were present. All Circle Secretaries and CHQ office bearers were also present. The house was declared duly composed by the President and all business transacted was declared under composed house and approved by the house.

After that agenda items were got approved by the President one by one.

As per agenda election was held and new set of office bearers was elected unanimously which is mentioned as under.


The session was presided by Com. G. Janakiram, Working President.

President                                -           Com. N. Subramanian (Tamilnadu)

Working Presidents                 -           Com. G. Janakiram (Karnataka)
-           Com. Sudheer Mane (Maharashtra)
Vice Presidents                       -           Com. R. K. Chaubey (Madhya Pradesh)
                                                -           Com. Nanda Sen (West Bengal)

General Secretary                  -           Com. R. N. Parashar (Uttar Pradesh)

Deputy General Secretary      -           Com. Janardan Majumdar (West Bengal)
Asst. General Secretaries       -           Com. P. K. Muralidharan (Kerala)
                                                -           Com. A. Veeramani (Tamilnadu)
                                                -           Com. S. S. R. A. Prasad (Telangana)

Financial Secretary                -           Com. Balwinder Singh (Delhi)

Asstt. Financial Secretary       -           Com. Naresh Gupta (Haryana)

Organizing Secretaries           -           Com. Rajasekaran (Andhra Pradesh)
                                                -           Com. Bruhaspati Samal (Odisha)
                                                -           Com. A. M. Sekar (Tamilnadu)
MAHILA COMMITTEE:

Chairperson               -           Com. Geeta Bhattacharjee (Delhi
Convenor                   -           Com. P. Rema (Kerala)
Joint Convenor          -           Com. Mausumi Majumdar (Assam)
Members                    -           Com. K. K. Jagadamma (Kerala)
                                    -           Com. K. Pushpeshwari (Telangana)
                                    -           Com. A. Valarmathi (Tamilnadu)
                                    -           Com. J. Renuga (Tamilnadu)
                                    -           Com. M. Shanti (Tamilnadu)
                                    -           Com. Chaitra Gowda (Karnataka)
                                    -           Com. Mangala Bhagwat (Karnataka)
                                    -           Com. Sunita Dwivedi (Chattisgarh)
                                    -           Com. Ritu Nuniya (Rajasthan)
                                    -           Com. Mausami Bhattacharya (West Bengal)
                                    -           Com. Namrata Swamy (Maharashtra)
                                    -           Com. Yogita Patil (Maharashtra)
                                    -           Com. Alma Minz (Madhya Pradesh)
                                    -           Com. Charissa Myrthong (North East)

At last General Secretary thanked the Reception Committee for organizing the A.I.C in a good manner for which Com. S. S. R. A. Prasad, Com. Raj Kumar, Com. Suresh, Com. Ravinder Reddy, Com. Vishwanath and other members deserve the appreciation.

Vote of thanks was given by Com. S. S. R. A. Prasad General Secretary, Reception Committee.

At last President Concluded the A.I.C. by delivering brief speech.