Tuesday, February 20, 2018

*Final draft All India Seniority lists of Inspector Posts for the years 2001 and 2002*







Presenting Momento and Special cover to Member (Technology)

Presenting Momento to Sri Salim Haque, Member (Technology) by GS,President, Treasurer and AGS.
Presenting special cover.

32nd All india BADMINTON TOURNAMENT at Patna

Release of special cover on the eve of 32nd ALL INDIA POSTAL BADMINTON TOURNAMENT at Patna. 

Presenting special cover, momento and discussing issues with Secretary Posts by GS, President and Treasurer


GS , Chq President & Treasurer Visited Dte.

Today Sh. Manjunath Hubli CHQ President, Sh. Rajiv Kumar GS, Sh. Praveen Prasson Treasurer, Sh. P Ajit  vice President and Sh Vikas Sharma AGS, Sri Permanand OGS met with Secretary Posts, Members Posts, DDGs and Director level officers in Directorate and discussed on all pending issues and submitted resolutions also. Secretary Posts has heard each issue patiently and assured to intervene the matter personally for uniformity in Pay fixation, Cadre restructuring, issuance of combined seniority list of IPs from 2001 onwards.
1. Pay fixation file is now under examination by IFA wing for financial implications. Thereafter it will go to DoE for seeking approval. It may took some more time.
2. Seniority lists from 2001 onwards will b issued in phased manner from today's onwards.
3. As per Hon'ble Apex Court's order vacancies recalculation work for PS Gr B exam held in year 2012 is going on and fresh result for 2012 year will b declared. Thereafter result for PS Gr B exam held in year 2016 will b declared and DPC for 2017-18 will held soon after issuance of combined seniority list of IP.
4. Regarding Cadre restructuring, many circles have not yet submitted comments. All circle Secretaries and CHQ office bearer are requested to ensure immediate compliance of DTE. letter.There is a good response from Administration on this issue.
5. In Pay fixation issue, it has found that file will go to DoE MoF for seeking approval for uniformity in Pay for all IPs but it seems that it may took few months for approval as financial implications from other deptt is pending. 

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Verification of online applications submitted by DOP employees for the selection to IPPB


PPF, NSC Act changes not to affect tax status; aimed at allowing early closure: Govt

The government, on Tuesday, clarified that no change in interest rate or tax policy on small savings schemes, which includes PPF and NSCs, is being made through the amendments proposed in Budget 2018. 

It has been proposed in the Budget to merge the Government Savings Certificates Act, 1959 and Public Provident Fund Act, 1968 with the Government Savings Banks Act, 1873. 

With a single Act, relevant provisions of the Government Savings Certificates (NSC) Act, 1959 and the Public Provident Fund Act, 1968 would stand subsumed in the new amended Act without compromising on any of the functional provision of the existing Act, says a press note issued today. 

As per the note, these changes are proposed in order to allow the government to easily allow premature closure in the schemes and provide other procedural benefits to depositors by simply issuing a notification. 

A ministry of finance tweet also stated, "All existing protections have been retained while consolidating PPF Act under the proposed Government Savings Promotion Act. No existing benefits to depositors are proposed to be taken away through this process." 

The government through the press note also makes it clear that there is no proposal to withdraw the provision of protection against the attachment of Public Provident Fund Account under any decree or order of any court in respect of any debt or liability incurred by the depositors and the existing and future depositors will continue to enjoy protection from the attachment under the amended umbrella Act as well. 

Apart from ensuring existing benefits, certain new benefits to the depositors have been proposed under the bill. These provisions which are proposed to be incorporated in the amended Act will add to the flexibility in operation of the Account under Small Savings Schemes. These are: 

i. Premature closure 

Existing: As per PPF Act, the PPF account can't be closed prematurely before completion of five financial years. If depositor wants to close PPF account before five years in exigencies, he can't close the account. 

Proposed: To make provisions for premature closure easier in respect of all schemes, provisions could now be made through specific scheme notification. The benefits of premature closure of Small Savings Schemes may now be introduced to deal with medical emergencies, higher education needs, etc. 

ii. Investment by minors 

Existing : Investment in Small Savings Schemes can be made by Guardian on behalf of minor(s) under the provisions made in the proposed bill Guardian may also be given associated rights and responsibilities. 

Proposed : There was no clear provision earlier regarding deposit by minors in the existing Acts. The provision has been made now to promote culture of savings among children. 

iii. Proceeds to heirs 

Existing: As per existing provisions of the Acts, if depositor dies and nomination exists, the outstanding balances will be paid to nominee(s). 

Proposed: Whereas, Supreme Court in its judgement stated that nominee(s) is merely empowered to collect the amounts as Trustee for the benefit of legal heirs. It was creating disputes between the provisions of the Acts and verdict of Supreme Court. Hence, right of nominees have now been more clearly defined. 

iv. Nomination 

Existing: In the existing Acts, there is no provision for nomination with regard to account opened in the name of minor. Further, existing Acts say that if account holder dies and there is no nomination and amount is more than prescribed limit, the amount shall be paid to legal heirs. In this case, the guardian has to obtain succession certificate. 

Proposed To remove this inconvenience, provisions for nomination with regard to account opened in the name of minors have been incorporated. Further the provision has been made that if the minor dies and there is no nomination, the balances shall be paid to guardian. 

v. Grievance redressal 

Existing: The existing Acts are silent about grievance redressal. 

Proposed The amended Act allows the Government to put in place mechanism for redressal of grievances and for amicable and expeditious settlement of disputes relating to Small Savings. 

vi. Other changes 

There were no clear provisions in all the three Acts for the operation of accounts in the name of physically infirm and differently abled persons. Provisions in this regard have now been made. 

Source:-The Economic Times

Central Civil Services (Leave Travel Concession) Rules, 1988 - Fulfilment of procedural requirements - Clarification

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Calling for application of volunteers from Postal/Sorting Assistant cadre to work as office Assistant/System Admin in PTC-Mysuru and qualified Accountant's to work as Junior Accountant, PTC, Mysuru

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Counting of Induction training period for grant of financial upgradation under TBOP/BCR.