Saturday, May 25, 2013

Letter to Secretary (Posts) i/c/w request for repatriation of PS Group 'B' officers & down gradation of Group 'A' posts.

No. CHQ/IPASP/PS-Gr.B/Repatriation/2013                               Dated : 25/5/2013

Ms. P. Gopinath,
Department of Post,
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi-110001.

Subject: Request for repatriation of PS Group B officers.

Respected Madam,

Madam, Department of Post under your dynamic leadership is very eagerly and keenly transforming all the Post Offices into a vital network capable of serving the customer with all sophisticated services. Your kind honour policy decisions relating to core banking beside others are being faithfully implemented in the field by key level managers’ i.e IP/ASP or S/SPOs.            

But at the same time department is not moderately solving problems of the cadre. There is acute shortage of IP/ASP/JTS/STS manpower in almost all the Postal Circle and every cadre man is overburdened. This is adversely effecting the implementations of many upcoming projects in Department of Posts. In many Circles upto 80% of Group “A” post are lying vacant and PS Group “B” officers are officiating against these posts constantly for several years creating resultant vacancies in Group “B” and imbalances upto IP/ASPs level. Apparently, shortage of head of the Divisions is being ignored altogether. Whereas IPoS officers are being given convenient postings even on adjusting them at leave vacancies. There is no reason that our cadreman may not be adjusted by downgrading JTS/STS post particularly when they have more convincing grounds. 

 It is therefore fervently requested to your kind honour to restore the lost ground of Circles by ordering to repatriate all Group “B” officers to their parent Circles, post them on vacant posts of Group “A” cadre by downgrading these to Group ‘B’ posts temporarily till eligible Group A officers are not made available so that they can function as effectively as ever and take active part in the process of quick transformation.    

Favourable action is requested.
Yours sincerely, 
(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary

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