Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Sanction of Child Care Leave: Instructions regarding

Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-110010

No. AN/XIV/19404/Leave Matters/Vol. III    Dated 25- 8-2011



Sub: Sanction of Child Care Leave: Instructions regarding

Consequent upon the implementation of 6th CPC, Child Care Leave to Women Employees of the Central Govt. was introduced w.e.f. 1st September 2008 vide DoP&T OM No.13018/2/2008-Estt.(L) dated 18-11-2008.

2. DoP&T vide their OM No.13018/2/2008-Estt(L) dated 18-11-2008 have further clarified on the subject that Child Care Leave for women employees is meant to facilitate them in taking care of their children at the time of need. However, it should not disrupt the functioning of Central Govt. Offices. It was further clarified by DoP&T that CCL cannot be demanded as a matter of right and under no circumstances can any employee proceed on CCL without prior approval of leave by the leave sanctioning authority.

3. Instances have come to the notice of this HQrs office, where CCL has been used as a means to dodge unpalatable postings or to avoid functioning in a specific office/section and even to proceed abroad, rather than for the purpose for which CCL was introduced. This goes against the spirit of the Govt. orders on the subject. There have also been instances where even IDAS officers have left their offices ‘in anticipation" of sanction of the CCL.

4. In view of the above, it is requested to all PCsDA/CsDA that the cases of CCL granted to the employees under their jurisdiction may please be reviewed and ensured that the CCL has been genuinely granted for the purpose for which it is meant. It may also be impressed upon all concerned that proceeding on CCL without sanction constitutes misconduct and will invite disciplinary proceedings against the official concerned.

This issues with the approval of CGDA.

Please acknowledge receipt.

(Rakesh Sehgal)

Source: www.cgda.nic.in

Inspector Posts Examination scheduled to be held on 03.09.11 & 04.09.11

As per information received from the Postal Directorate, Departmental Examination of Inspector, Posts scheduled to be held on 03.09.2011 & 04.09.2011 has been postponed till further orders.
Email in this regard has been sent to all Heads of Circles by DE Division, Postal Directorate.

     Roop Chand
General Secretary

Monday, August 29, 2011

Latest List of Holiday Homes and Touring Officers Hostels for Central Government Employees

Latest List of Holiday Homes and Touring Officers Hostels for Central Government Employees
The Ministry of Urban Development has published the latest list of Holiday Homes for Central Government employees. Ministry of Urban Development has Holiday Homes at 10 locations and Touring Officers Hostels at 42 odd locations all over India. Directorate of Estates is an attached office of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. It is responsible for the administration and management of the office buildings for the various organisations of the Government of India as well as residential accommodation for the Government employees in the metropolitan cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and five other cities namely Shimla, Chandigarh, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and Nagpur. The Central Government Estates in the remaining cities and towns are managed by the Central Public Works Department(CPWD).
Eligibility of offered the Holiday Homes and Touring Officers Hostels facility is as under…
1. Sitting / Ex Member of Parliament
2. Central Government employees (on official visits)
3. Serving Central Government employees (On leave, LTC or personal visits)
4. State / PSU employees (On duty / Leave)
5. Retired Government Employees.
Beginning of the year 2009, the Directorate of Estates has introduced internet booking facility (Online booking) to Central Government employees for the purpose of LTC and Touring. The new uer-friendly system for booking of rooms, to know the status of their application online and to obtain confirmation slips online. The charges of Holiday Homes and Touring Guest Houses are very low. Accommodation is provided for a period not exceeding 10 nights (5 nights in season period). There is no provision for refund of reservation charges. The check-out time : 9 AM, Check-in time : 11 AM to 12:00 noon. Retired Government employees should submit a photocopy of the PPO while presented at the time of checking in. The occupation of more than 4 persons (2 Adults and 2 Children) in the double-bedded rooms is not permitted. Cooking is strictly prohibited in the rooms of Holiday Homes / Hostels and Pets are not allowed.
We have tabled the latest list of the Holiday Homes and Touring Officers Hostels as follows…

Holiday Homes :-
1. Agra 2. Amarkantak
3. Goa 4. Kanyakumari
5. Mysore 6. Mussorrie
7. Nainital 8. Ooty
9. Shimla 10. Udaipur
Locations of Touring Officers’ Hostels/Guest Houses of Ministry of Urban Development
Touring Officers’ Hostels :-
1 Agra 22 Jammu
2 Ajmer 23 Jodhpur
3 Allahabad 24 Kolkata
4 Bareilly 25 Kozhikode (Calicut)
5 Bangalore 26 Kullu
6 Bhopal 27 Lucknow
7 Chennai 28 Madhopur
8 Chandigarh 29 Madurai
9 Cochin 30 Mt. Abu
10 Dehradun 31 Mumbai
11 Delhi 32 Nagpur
12 Gandhi Nagar 33 Nasik
13 Gangtok 34 Neemuch
14 Guwahati 35 Pune
15 Gwalior 36 Thiruvananthapuram
16 Goa 37 Shillong
17 Hyderabad 38 Siliguri
18 Indore 39 Udaipur
19 Jaisalmer 40 Varanasi
20 Jaipur 41 Vijayawada
21 Mussurie 42 Udhampur

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Incentive Structure For Procurement of RPLI Business w.e.f.01.10.2009

RPLI business (Direct Agents (RPLI), FOs/GDS & other RPLI Sales Force) 

(a) 10% of First Year premium towards the RPLI policies procured by them w.e.f.01.10.2009    
(b) 10% of total incentive paid to GDS to SDI/ASP- in First Year only.   
(c) 2.5% of renewal premium income collected by them in respect of those policies procured on or after 01.10.2009

Additional Commission of 1.5% of premium shall be paid to the Group Leaders/ Entrustees for collecting premium towards 1000 or more such RPLI policies procured on or after 01.10.2009  
Source :Directorate of PLI(26-02/2009-LI Dated: 18.09.2009)

Friday, August 26, 2011

Railway Mail Service

The Minister of State for Communication and Information Technology, Shri Sachin Pilot today informed Lok Sabha in written reply to a question that the Department has a well-established procedure and mechanism for settlement of the grievances of its employees. Personal grievances of the employees are addressed by the administrative units concerned on the basis of receipt of such representations. There is a system of regular meetings with the service unions at Divisional, Regional and Circle Levels for redressal of operational grievances. Periodic meetings also take place at the Directorate level with the national representatives of the Unions to discuss operational issues.
The department takes requisite action with respect to employees grievances based on the representations and through the regular meetings.
The Department of Posts does not issue Railway Pass for RMS employees/families. Department of Posts provides a metal token to the RMS employees traveling in the trains for the purpose of carriage of mail as a proof of identity.

Recommendations of Expert Committee on expedition the process involved in Disciplinary/Vigilance proceedings

The Government is considering a set of proposals to cut the time taken to penalise delinquent Government officials including sacking of officials found to be involved in corruption.
The Government had appointed a three member Committee of Experts to examine and suggest measures to expedite the process involved in Disciplinary/Vigilance Proceedings. The Committee has made a number of recommendations aimed at reducing time taken in conducting and concluding disciplinary proceedings against government servants. In its Report, the Committee has recommended :
·Creation of panels of Inquiry Officers from amongst both serving and retired government servants and enhancement of remuneration for conducting inquiries;
·Prescribing a time limit of two months for completion of minor penalty disciplinary inquiries and 12 months for major penalty disciplinary inquiries;
·Dispensing with second stage consultation with CVC;
·Dispensing with consultation with UPSC in minor penalty disciplinary cases;
·Setting up of Vigilance Commissions with statutory status in the States;
·Introduction of Plea-Bargaining in major penalty disciplinary inquiries;
·Major penalty of compulsory retirement to include cut in pension/gratuity;
·Amendment of Article 311 of the Constitution to provide for dismissal from service on charges of corrupt practices after beginning of trial in a competent court;
The Report of Committee is under examination.
This was stated by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Shri. V. Narayanasamy in written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.

Railways take Steps to Prevent Misuse of Tatkal Scheme

Ministry of Railways
Railways take Steps to Prevent Misuse of Tatkal Scheme
With a view to reduce the scope for misuse of Tatkal scheme, the following steps have been taken:-
i)    Access to Tatkal booking on all days and normal booking on the opening g day of reservation through e-tickets by the Travel Agents/Web-service agents/Web Agents of Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has been disabled between 0800 a.m. and 09.00 a.m.
ii)    It has been made mandatory to produce any one of the prescribed identity cards (in original) during the journey by any one of the passengers booked on a Tatkal ticket.
iii)    Instructions have also been issued that Senior Divisional Commercial Managers/Divisional Commercial Managers should conduct regular inspections of Reservation offices and also personally inspect passenger Reservation System (PRS) offices during the opening hours and take immediate steps to check the routing activities.
In addition, the following two safeguards already exist in the Tatkal Scheme:-
•    Tatkal Refund Rules are stringent to reduce chances of its misuse
. •    Change of name facility is not available under the Scheme.
This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Bharatsinh Solanki in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha today.
Source: PIB

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Central Working Committee meeting at Patna

No. CHQ/IPASP/CWC/2011                                                                       Dated 24.08.2011

Under the provisions of the Article 30 of the Constitution of the Association, it is hereby notified that the Central Working Committee meeting of the Association will be held at Patna (Bihar) on 23rd and 24th September 2011.

                          Venue: Tourist Bungalow, Kautilya Vihar, Patna 800001


1. Confirmation of the minutes of the last CWC held at Ambaji (Guj) on 16th and 17th Dec. 2010.
2. Up-gradation of Grade Pay of Inspectors, Posts from Rs. 4200/- to Rs. 4600/- w.e.f. 01.01.2006.
3. Restructuring of Inspector, Posts cadre.
4. Revision of rates of remuneration for invigilation duty.
5. Regular Promotion to P.S. Group “B”.
6. MACP Scheme.
7. Postmaster Cadre in Postal Wing and its effect on IP and P.S. Gr. “B” cadres.
8. Supply of Laptops for all the IPs/ASPs.
9. Non issue of combined All India Seniority List of IPs from the year 1999.
10. Organizational review.
11. Quota to CHQ by Circle branches.
12. Postal Inspector.
13. Next All India Conference.
14. Any other item with the permission of the chair.

All the CHQ office bearers and Circle Secretaries are requested to attend the meeting well in time.

                                                                                                                              (Roop Chand)
                                                                                                                           General Secretary

Copy to: -
1. Director General (Posts), SR Division, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi 110001
2. All Chief PMsG ( through concerned Circle Secretaries)
3. Shri Dinesh Khare, President & AD (FS), O/o Chief PMG, Kar. Circle, Bangalore 560001
4. All CHQ Office bearers / Circle Secretaries.
5. File

Minutes of the meeting taken by Secretary (Posts) with All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendent of Posts on 11.08.2011

Minutes of the meeting have been issued by the Postal Directorate vide No. 01/01/2011-SR dated 25.08.2011. A copy of the minutes is reproduced below:-
Minutes of the meeting taken by Secretary (Posts) with All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendent of Posts on 11.08.2011

Secretary (Posts) took a meeting with All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendent of Posts on 11.08.2011 to discuss the charter of demands given by the Association with their letter dated 04.07.2011. The following were present:-

           Official side                                                             Staff side

Member (Personnel)                                               Shri Roop Chand, General Secretary 
DDG (P)                                                                Shri Dinesh Khare, Preseident
DDG (Establishment)                                              Shri Ajit Kumar, Circle Secretary, Kerala
DDG (Recruitment &Petition)                                 Shri Raj Deo Prasad, Circle Secretary, Bihar
Director (SR &Legal)

The issues raised in the charter of demands were considered by the Committee and a gist of discussions thereof is as follows:

i. The Association was apprised that the proposal to revise the Grade Pay of Inspector Posts from Rs.4200 to Rs. 4600 did not find favour with the Ministry of Finance on the ground that there can not be two levels in the same hierarchy i.e., IPOs & ASPOs, drawing the same grade pay. They were further informed that the proposal could be considered only if IPO & ASPOs cadres are merged into one cadre and the gazetted status of ASPOs is foregone. The Association agreed to submit a revised proposal to be considered by the Department.

ii. A committee will be constituted to look into promotional prospects of the IPOs/ASPOs    Action -SR

iii & iv It was explained to the Association how the introduction of Postmaster’s cadre has not , in any way, adversely affected their overall promotional prospects. The Association was also told of the need to encourage meritorious candidates by bringing them on fast track promotion, which will provide stability to the PS Group B/Time Scale Cadres.

v. Supply of laptops to IPOs/ASPOs will be examined.                                      Action – Tech. Div.

vi. The Association was explained that the post of HSG-I was not a promotional post for IPOs and further HSG-I post is non gazetted whereas the post of ASPOs is gazetted . In the background of the above, the proposal could not be considered.

vii. The matter of revision of rate of remuneration for performing duty as invigilators in the Departmental examinations is under process.                                                      Action – DDG (Rectt. & Pett.)

viii. The staff side was explained that the proposal regarding promotion earned through examination not to be considered while granting MACP was not in line with this scheme and therefore could not be considered.

ix. The demand of the staff side to hold periodical meeting at regular intervals was accepted.  Action – SR

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to the Chair.

All the CHQ Office bearers / Circle Secretaries / Members of the Association  are requested to kindly go through the minutes and offer their views to the CHQ through Email / letter so that further action could be taken by the CHQ in the larger interest of the Inspector, Posts cadre.  

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Latest Census of Central Govt. Employees 2011

Total Central Government Employees: 31.16 Lakhs
Railway: 45.32 %
MO Home: 22.20 %
Defence Civil: 11.35 %
Communication and IT: 7.7 %
Finance: 3.62 %
Other Ministries and Departments: 9.76 %
Regular Employees: 3.20 Lakh
Total Women Employees: 10.26.
Non Gazzetted Employees: 96 %.
Regular employees are Group C 57.80
Group D (Now Group C) 30.62 %.
Group B: 8.63 %
Group A: 2.95 %
53% of employees are living in 'C' Class and unclassified cities.
15.31 % in B2 Cities.
4.61% in B1 Cities.
11.10% in A Cities
15.66% in A1 Cities.

Suspension orders, Charge sheets issued to Government officials are not personal information : CIC

New Delhi, Aug 21 Suspension orders and charge sheets issued to government officials should be disclosed under the RTI as these are not personal information, the Central Information Commission has held.
The transparency panel held that charge sheets and suspension orders are issued as part of public activity and cannot qualify as personal information, hence should be disclosed to RTI applicants.
The case relates to an RTI application filed by Jayalaxmi who sought to know the names of Syndicate Bank officials who are on suspension and those against whom charge sheets have been served.
The bank rejected the information saying that there is no public interest involved in the application, it is of third party information and further, it would impede the process of investigation and departmental enquiry.
During the appeal hearing, the CIC said all relationships usually have an element of trust, but all of them cannot be classified as fiduciary.
Information Commissioner Shailesh Gandhi said an important characteristic for the relationship to qualify as a fiduciary relationship is that the information provider gives the information for using it for the benefit of the one who is providing the information.
"The information like names, designation and branch of the employees/officers working in Karnataka state who are under suspension from the services of the bank and further who are issued with charge sheet as on date has not been provided by the officers to Syndicate Bank and hence it cannot be said to held in a fiduciary capacity,"Information Commissioner Shailesh Gandhi said.

Monday, August 22, 2011


Saturday, August 20, 2011

Modernisation of Department of Posts

                                      Ministry of Communications & Information Technology

                                                 Modernisation of Department of Posts

Government has approved the ‘IT MODERNIZATION PROJECT’ of Department of Posts for computerization of Post Offices, Mail Offices, Administrative Offices and other field offices. This will involve establishment of required IT infrastructure, development of required software applications with an outlay of Rs.1877.2 crore.

The project has the following salient features:
• It will establish IT infrastructure of Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Centre and networking of all Departmental Post Offices including appropriate connectivity in the Branch Post Offices in the rural area.
• The project envisages development of integrated modular scalable applications for Mail, kBanking, Postal Life Insurance, solutions for Accounts and HR operations of the department.
• The rural post offices will be provided with rural ICT devices with required applications for performing Postal, Savings Bank, Insurance, MGNREGS and Money Order operations.
• Provision has been made for training, change management, capacity building of the employees of the department along with Project Management activity for smooth and timely implementation of the project.
It is planned to network all Departmental Post Offices and Branch Post Offices in the country subject to availability of connectivity and resources under the “India Post Technology Project-2012”.

The departmental Post Offices are proposed to be networked with appropriate connectivity. Branch Post Offices located in rural areas are proposed to be networked using available connectivity at these locations. The rural ICT Devices in the Branch Post Offices will have the capacity to work in both online/offline mode. The IT project is expected to be implemented by 2012-13 subject to the availability of funds.

This information was given by Shri Sachin Pilot, the Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

Source: PIB

Friday, August 19, 2011

Visit to the Postal Directorate

Today, I visited Postal Directorate and met with the Director (SR) to enquire about the outcome of the meeting held on 11.08.2011. The Director (SR) informed that the minutes of the meeting will be issued in next week and orders for constitution of committee for restructuring of IP Cadre will be issued shortly.

Roop Chand
General Secretary

Monday, August 15, 2011

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Friday, August 12, 2011

Gol Dak Khana (New Delhi GPO) bags again "Sevottam" certification

            New Delhi GPO known as Gol Dak Khana have been granted "Sevottam" certification by the Bureau of Indian Standards once again. Disclosing this Ms. Rameshwari Handa Chief Post Master General, Delhi Circle said here today Gol Dak  Khana was the first Post Office in India to be conferred the "Sevottam" certification on 11-04-2008 for a period of three years. The same has since been renewed for the second time this year. The efforts made by this Post Office have brought satisfaction to its customers. The customer friendly ambience, small queues, polite & dedicated staff are factors that have made New Delhi GPO a role model for other Post Offices. In India, New Delhi GPO, the torch bearer of the Sevottam model is an example for others to emulate.
            Sevottam is a "Service Delivery Excellence Model" developed by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances. The certification of the quality of service is as per the standard IS 15700: 2005 developed by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
            New Delhi GPO is committed to provide high quality mail, parcel and related services to its customers according to well defined service quality norms. The commitment made by this office towards improvement of its services with a customer focus is outlined in the Citizen's Charter which has been framed on the basis of analysis of customer feedback.
            Post Forum meetings are regularly held and customer feedback is obtained in a structured questionnaire in order to check whether customer expectations are being met. Internal audits and Management reviews are also conducted regularly to review the Service Quality Policy, its continued suitability and relevance. The basic idea is to check and modify the services as per the changing requirements of the customers.
            Complaints are being handled through a well documented procedure. The Sevotttam compliant public grievance redressal system has brought out New Delhi GPO as dedicated organisation committed to fulfilling customer needs.

Issue of instructions to Circles for utilizing the services of 25 officials of IP Line/General Line as Sr. Postmaster

No. CHQ/IPASP/CA/2011 Dated 12.08.2011

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy
Secretary (Posts)
Department of Posts
Dak Bawan
New Delhi-100001.

SUB: Issue of instructions to Circles for utilizing the services of 25 officials of IP
          Line/General Line as Sr. Postmaster.

REF: Postal Directorate No. 9-34/2011-SPG dated 05.08.2011.

Respected Madam,

Your goodself is well aware that there are 866 posts of PS Group ‘B’ including 116 posts of Sr. Postmaster. 75% posts (649) of PS Group ‘B’ are earmarked for promotion through DPC of IP Line officials. Remaining 25% posts (217) are earmarked for promotion through examination as under:-

IP Line 19% 165
General Line 6% 52

After introduction of Postmaster cadre, 29 posts out of 52 posts in PS Group “B” have been ear marked to Sr. PM Grade in PM Cadre. Hence, the share of General Line officials in PS Group ‘B’ comes to 23 only.

162 officials of IP Line are already working in PS Group ‘B’ cadre against 165 posts and 27 officials of General Line are working in PS Group ‘B’ against 23 posts. Now, on introduction of Postmaster cadre, there are practically only 3 vacancies for IP line officials in PS Group ‘B’ cadre and 4 officials of General Line are in excess in PS Group ‘B’.

In view of above facts, it is requested that instructions may kindly be issued to all concerned Circles to post General Line officials against the posts of Sr. Postmaster and not against the posts of PS Group ‘B’ in the interest of natural justice and to avoid litigation in this regard.

Yours Sincerely,

General Secretary

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Declining promotion to PM Grade-I by the officials declared successful in PM Grade-I DCE held on 12.06.2011

CAT case relating to Grade Pay of IPs

The OA came up for hearing again on 08.08.2011 when the proxy respondent's Counsel sought one week adjournment due to some urgent personal reasons. Case posted to 19.8.2011.

Showing ACR to Subordinate

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Showing ACR to Subordinate
The Government has issued instructions that with effect from the reporting period 2008-09, the full Annual Performance Assessment Report (APAR) (earlier known as ACR) after completion shall be communicated by the Section entrusted with the maintenance of APAR to the concerned officer. No instructions have been issued to merely show the APAR and obtain any certificate to this effect.
This was stated by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Shri V.Narayanasamy in written reply to question in the Lok Sabha today.
Source: PIB

Applications Received Under RTI Act

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Applications Received Under RTI Act
As per the information available with Central Information Commission, 18,32,181 applications were filed before Central Public Authorities during the years 2007-08 to 2010-11. Out of these, information was supplied in 17,33,620 cases.
Information about applications received and disposed of by public authorities of State Governments is not centrally maintained.
A sum of Rs. 2,21,56,363/- was collected as fees from RTI applicants by Central Public Authorities over the period from 2007-08 to 2010-11.
Central Information Commission may impose a penalty if a Public Information Officer, without any reasonable cause, refuses to accept an application or does not furnish information within specified time or malafidely denies information or gives incorrect, incomplete or misleading information.
A sum of Rs.44,23,221/- was recovered as penalty from Central Public Information Officers over the period 2007-08 to 2010-11.
This was stated by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Shri V.Narayanasamy in written reply to question in the Rajya Sabha today.
Source": PIB

Meeting with the Secretary (Posts) on 11-08-2011

Today, the Secretary (Posts) took meeting with our Association at 15:00 Hrs. I alongwith Shri Dinesh Khare, President, Shri Ajit Kumar, C.S. Kerala and Shri Rajdeo Prasad, C.S.Bihar attended the meeting. All items included in our Charter of Demands were discussed in detail. View of the Secretary (Posts) was positive towards our demands.

Official minutes of the meeting will be published on the blog on the receipt of the same from the Department. The Secretary (Posts) informed that upgradation of Grade Pay of IP from Rs.4200 to Rs.4600 will be only possible after merger of the post of IP and ASP. The Secretary (Posts) also assured us that a committee will be constituted for restructuring of IP cadre. The Secretary (Posts)  agreed to examine the issue of supply of Laptop to all IPs / ASPs other than Sub Divisional Heads. 

She directed the DDG(P) / Director(SPN) to discuss the issue of quota of IP Line in PS Group "B" examination on introduction of Postmaster Cadre in Postal Wing.  Accordingly, matter was discussed in the chamber of the DDG(P) but could not be resolved.

Roop Chand
General Secretary 

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

No proposal to increase the Retirement Age of Central Government Employees from 60 to 62

The Central Government clarified that there is no proposal to extend the retirement age of Central Government Employees.
In Rajya Sabha, the Minister of State for Finance Namo Narain Meena told that the total number of Central Government Employees as on March, 2010 was 32.24 Lakh and “at present we have no idea to increase the retirement age of Central Government Employees from 60 to 62”.

Promotion of IPO/IRM/General Line officails to PS Group B on the basis of result of LDCE for the vacancy year 2010 held on 29-05-2011

Postal Directorate has issued Circle allotment order vide No.9-34/2011-SPG dated 05.08.2011 as below.

Name  (S/Shri)             Home Circle             Circle Allotted

1 A Subramanyam              AP                            AP

2 Ranjeet Singh            Haryana                     Haryana

3 Narsingh Mahto           Bihar                        Bihar

4 Vipin Malhotra         Directorate                PLI Directorate

5 R Padmanabhan       North East                North East

6 Megh Raj Mittal         Haryana                  Haryana

7 Narinder Kumar       Himachal Pradesh        Punjab

8 Siva Venkateshwara Rao Kande AP          AP

9 Jawahar Singh                UP                       UP

10 Kulbhushan Kakar        Punjab               Punjab

11 Hymavathi Gollamudi     AP                     AP

12 Sawraj Kaur               Punjab              Punjab

13 Mallad Hari Prasad Sarma AP                AP

14 Basantha Kumar Panda  Orissa              Orissa

15 Charu Mitra                UP                      UP

16 Manoj Kumar Naik      Orissa               Orissa

17 Rati Kanta Swain           Orissa             Jharkand

18 Pawan Kumar Sharma      Rajasthan       Gujarat

19 Satyaharishandrudu Gumpu   AP               AP

20 Trilochan ray                      Orissa          Gujarat

21 Ramachander Phogat      Haryana            Directorate

22 Janapala Prasad Babu         AP                  AP

23 Ugrasem                             UP                 UP

24 B Narasappa                     AP                  AP

25 Ponmuru Viswanathan      AP                   AP

Monday, August 8, 2011

Central Working Committee Meeting

As intimated by Sh. Rajdeo Prasad, Circle Secretary, Bihar Circle, venue of the CWC will be Patna. CHQ will issue notice shortly for holding of the same on 23.09.2011 & 24.09.2011.Exact venue will be mentioned in the notice.
All Circle Secretaries and CHQ Office Bearers are requested to kindly get their tickets booked for inward/outward journey immediately.

Roop Chand 
  G. S.

Transfer/posting of officers of PS Group "B" cadre

Postal Directorate has issued following transfers/postings in Postal Service Group "B" grade vide No. 9-3/2011-SPG Dated 03.08.2011.

S No.
Name of the officer(S/Shri)
Circle of Present Posting
Circle Allotted on Transfer
K. Sathimoorthy
S. Ravi
Postal Directorate
M. Mustafa
L. Amlachandran
S. Grururajan
 The above mentioned officers will be relieved only after their relievers will join their posts.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Transfer /postings in JAG of IPoS, Group "A"

Postal Directorate has issued following transfer/posting in the JAG of IPoS Group 'A' vide No. 2-8/2011-SPG Dated 05-08-2011

S No.
Name of Officer(Mr./Ms.)
Presently Posted
Posting on Transfer
B. Sarangi(1989)
( Designate)
DPS, Dharwad
Post restored
M. Venkateswarulu(1992)
DPS ,Allahabad (Designate)

Vice Sh B. Sarangi  tfd
Swati M. Pandey(1997)
DPS, Bhopal(Designate)
DPS Ajmer
Vice Sh R. P. Gupta tfd
Prannoy Sharma(1998)
Director (MB) Postal Dte.
Director (PO) Postal Dte.
Vice Sh Neeraj Kr.proceeding on deputation
R. P. Gupta(1999)
DPS Ajmer
DPS, Bhopal
Vice Ms Swati M Pandey tfd
T. Nirmala Devi(2000)
Director, PTC, Madurai
DPS(SP&Mails) Chennai
Vice Sh Parimal Sinha  tfd
Parimal Sinha(2001)
DPS(SP&Mails) Chennai
Director (MB) Postal Dte.
Vice Sh Prannoy Sharma tfd
Sumitha Ayodhya(2002)
DPS (BD&Mktg) Orissa Circle(Designate)
DPS, Chennai City Region
Vice Ms J. Charukeshi  proceeded on CCL