Friday, November 30, 2012

IT Modernization project....Presentation made by Department of Posts on 30/11/2012 at New Delhi.

To view the details, please CLICK HERE. 

Good News.....Special Inspection Quarters for IPs / ASPs at Mumbai.

As per the request of our Association two Inspection Rooms are prepared and earmarked at Chinchbunder Head Post Office, Mumbai 400009 (5th floor, Room No. 4 & 7) as IQs only for the use of IPs / ASPs / Gr. B Officers who are visiting Mumbai to attend CAT/Court and any other official work. 

The booking of IQs are available from today onwards by application to APMG (PSR) o/o the Chief PMG, Maharashtra Circle, Mumbai 400001. Chinchbunder HPO is only 3 KM from CST Railway Station and walkable from Masjid Railway Station.  

The telephone numbers for booking of IQs are as under : 

APMG (PSR) - 022/22621806, 022/22623230, Fax No. 022/22620754. 

In case of emergency to Sr. PM, Chinchbunder HO - 022/23771116.

I, on behalf of our Association thanks to Hon'ble Chief PMG, Maharashtra Circle, Mumbai for extending his co-operation towards us. 

LGO Examination 2012 result announcement....Maharashtra Circle.

LGO Examination was held on 16/9/2012. To view mark list of candidates of Maharashtra Circle, please CLICK HERE. 

Director (Estt.) Postal Directorate on deputation to Govt. of Afghanistan.

Ms Kalpana Rajsinghot, Director (Estt) Postal Directorate is relieved for appointment as Capacity Development Advisor (CDA) with the Government of Afghanistan. To view Postal Directorate memo, please CLICK HERE. 

Click on following links to view list of CGHS empanelled Hospitals

DPC for PS Gr. B .... updates.

Today, it is learnt from Postal Directorate that, DPC for the promotion to the cadre of PS Gr. 'B' is likely to be convened in the 2nd week of December 2012 for 190 to 200 posts. DPC for JTS Gr. A will be held thereafter.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Eligibility of children from a void or voidable marriage for family pension - clarification regarding-DOPT

No.1/16/1996-P&PW (E) (Vol.II)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. & Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare
3rdFloor, Lok Nayak Bhavan,
Khan Market, New Delhi

 Dated: 27th November, 2012

Sub: Eligibility of children from a void or voidable marriage for family pension - clarification regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department's O.M. No.1/16/96-P&PW (E), dated 2.12.1996 whereby it was clarified that Pensionary benefits will be granted to children of a deceased Government servant/pensioner from void or voidable marriages when their turn comes in accordance with Rule 54(8). It is mentioned in Para 4 of the O.M. that "It may be noted that they will have no claim whatsoever to receive family pension as long as the legally wedded wife is the recipient of the same."

2. The matter has been re-examined in consultation with the Ministry of Law and Justice(Department of Legal Affairs) and Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure). It has been decided that in supersession of Para 4 of the O.M., ibid, dated 2.12.1996, the share of children from illegally wedded wife in the family pension shall be payable to them in the manner given under sub-rule 7 (c) of Rule 54 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972, along with the legally wedded wife.

3. It has also been decided that in past cases, no recovery from the previous beneficiary should be made. On receipt of an application from eligible child/children of the deceased Government employee/pensioner born to an ineligible mother, a decision regarding division or otherwise of family pension may be taken by the competent authority after satisfying himself/herself about veracity of facts and entitlement of the applicant (s).

4. As regards pensioners/family pensioners belonging to the Indian Audit and Accounts Departments, these Orders issue after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

5. This issues with the concurrence of Department of Legal Affairs vide their FTS No. 3036, dated 17.10.2012.

6. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide their I.D. No.530/E.V/2012, dated 23.11.2012.

(D.K. Solanki)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
Tel. No. 24644632

Grant of Honorarium to Inquiry Officers (IO) / Presenting Officers (PO)…consolidated instructions regarding.

No. GS/AIAIASP/Honorarium/2012                        dated   29th November, 2012

Ms Manjula Prasher,
Director General,
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi 110 001.

Subject:  Grant of Honorarium to Inquiry Officers (IO) / Presenting Officers (PO)…consolidated instructions regarding.

Ref.       : DOPT Memo No. 142/15/2010-AVD-I dated 31st July, 2012.

Respected Madam,
               I wish to bring to your kind notice that Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Department of Personnel and Training) vide OM No. 142/15/2010-AVD-I dated 31st July 2012 has revised rates of honorarium and other allowances payable to Inquiry Officers (IOs) and Presenting Officers (POs). Our Association has already requested your honour under letters of even number dated 13th August, 2012, 20th September 2012 and 29th October 2012 to circulate the above referred memo to all Circles and Regions but till date Department has neither circulated the above captioned memo nor replied to us.
             It is therefore once again requested to kindly look into the matter personally and cause to circulate the above referred DOPT Office Memorandum to all Circles and Regions immediately under intimation to this Association. 
           An early action is requested.
Yours sincerely,

(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary

Verification of SB withdrawals exceeding Rs. 5000/-…Reg.

No. CHQ/IPASP/SB/2012                                                   Dated :        29/11/2012.

Ms Manjula Prasher,
Director General,
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi 110 001.

Subject : Verification of SB withdrawals exceeding Rs. 5000/-…Reg.

Respected Madam,
   Your kind attention is invited to this Associations’ letters of even number dated 23/7/2012 (copy enclosed) and 21/9/2012 on above captioned subject.

           It has already been brought to the notice of Directorate that, as per the provision laid down in Rule 85 of POSB Manual Vol.-I, withdrawal of Rs. 5000/- and above in all Branch Post Offices (BOs) and single handed Departmental Sub Post Offices are to be verified by Sub Divisional Head or Public Relation Inspectors by contacting the depositor as quickly as possible.

          SB order No. 19/2009 dated 14/12/2009 has issued in connection with authorizing BPMs to sanction withdrawals from Rs. 2000/- to Rs. 5000/- independently without obtaining the prior approval of the Accounts Office and as per the directions given under Directorate memo No. 113-11/2003-SB dated 28/9/2006 and consequent upon the restrictions imposed by the Income Tax, all maturity amounts above Rs. 20000/- are now being paid through cheque. In order to avoid the cheque system the customers are seeking other options like crediting the value into their SB accounts. This credit is normally followed by withdrawals from SB accounts which will be, in almost cases more than Rs. 5000/-. This increases the number of such withdrawals requiring verification as per Rule 85 of POSB Manual Vol. I.

          Directorate is well aware that, Sub Divisional Heads have already over burdened since the introduction of MGNREGA payments, opening of new accounts including BPL, monitoring of CBS, procurement of PLI/RPLI business,  canvassing of BD products etc. The value of rupee is also going down day by day and the number of deposits and withdrawals of high value are on the increase causing much work load to the sub divisional head.

          In view of the above lines, your kind honour is once again requested to cause to issue necessary amendment to Rule 85 of POSB Manual Vol-I by enhancing the limit of verification of SB withdrawals from Rs. 5000/- to Rs. 30000/- at the earliest.

 Thanking you, 

Yours sincerely,
(Vilas Ingale) 
General Secretary

Guidelines for monitoring and expeditious disposal of the disciplinary proceeding cases - reg.

To view original memo issued  by Department of Personnel & Training vide OM No.425/04/2012-AVD-IV(A) dated 29th November, 2012, please CLICK HERE.

Filling up of vacancies for Persons with Disabilities...Reg.

To view original memo issued by DOPT vide memo No. 36035/6/2012-Estt(Res.) dated 26th November 2012, please CLICK HERE. 

Shri Kamal Nath addresses a Press Conference on Winter Session of Parliament Commencing on 22nd November 2012.

To view the details, please CLICK HERE.

Revision of e-Payment Tariff structure


Transaction Value
Rate (Per Transaction)*
Up to Rs.1000/-
Rs.1001/- to Rs.2500/-
Rs.2501/- to Rs.5000/-
Above Rs.5000/-
* Rate are exclusive of service tax.
The revised tariff structure will come into effect from 1st January, 2013
Source:-BD & Marketing Directorate OM No.36-60/2010-BD & MD dated 26th November, 2012.

Monday, November 26, 2012


The Government had introduced the Tatkaal scheme to issue passport to citizens in an expedited manner (after liberalizing the requirement of documents and with in the basic parameters of security consideration). The Scheme was launched on 1 January 2000 to provide a transparent and systematic avenue to applicants for issue of passports in a time bound manner, subject to production of proof of urgency. Under the scheme, passport applications are processed on post-police verification basis (where required).

The Scheme was further expanded and liberalized with effect from 23 December 2006. Now, no proof of urgency is required for out of turn fresh/re-issue of passport under Tatkaal Scheme. Similarly, no Tatkaal documentation is required for minor passport, if application falls in no Police Verification category. There was also expansion of the list of the officials authorized to issue Verification Certificate. Also the applicant has been given an option to submit the Tatkaal applications on the basis of three documents out of 16 documents (one of the three documents has to be a photo identity document).
The Government has further reduced the delivery period for issuing of passports under Tatkaal Scheme. As on today, fresh Tatkaal passports are issued within 1-7 working days of the date of application and re-issue passport under Tatkaal category within 1-3 working days, subject to completion of all formalities.

In order to further simplify the submission of passport applications, the Passport Seva Project has been successfully implemented under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) of the Government of India. Under this Scheme, the applicant applies on-line for submission of passport application at Passport Portal [].

The Minister of State in the Ministry Of External Affairs Shri E. Ahamed provided this information in reply to questions in Rajya Sabha on 26/11/2012.

Sunday, November 25, 2012


Leave Travel Concession for Central Government employees in general provides for reimbursement of fare entitled to the employee and his / her family concerned for the travel to home town twice in four years or to a place any where in India in lieu of one home town travel concession once in four years.

As far as newly recruited Central Government Employees are concerned, LTC Scheme provides for some additional benefits which are discussed in this article.

LTC Scheme after implementation of Sixth Pay Commission report – Benefits to Fresh Recruits in the form of additional LTC trips.

LTC Rules amended after implementation of 6 CPC provides certain more Benefits to Fresh Recruits in the form of allowing additional home town trips under LTC (after completion of one year of continuous service in central government service)

As per the amendment made in Rule 8 of LTC Rules, Fresh recruits to Central Government may be are allowed to travel to their home town along with their families on three occasions in a block of four years and to any place in India on the fourth occasion.

This facility shall be available to the Government officers only for the first two blocks of four years applicable after joining the Government for the first time. In other words after completion of one year of continuous service in Central Government service one can avail LTC for three Home town trips and one All India trip in each of two LTC blocks that fall in in the first eight years of Government service.

The blocks of 4 years shall apply with reference to the initial date of joining the Government even though the employee changes the job within Government subsequently. The existing blocks will remain the same but the entitlements of the new recruit will be different in the first eight years of service.

After grant of this additional LTC benefits to fresh recruits, doubts were raised whether this additional benefits can be allowed Central Government Employees who have joined in the Government Service prior to 23.09.2008 (i.e. before the date of issue of OM) but yet to complete 8 years of service.
Later, DOPT clarified in this aspect to the effect that all Government servants who have not completed 8 years of service as on 01.09.2008 would be entitled for the LTC benefits available to fresh recruits.

(Click here to download O.M.F. No. 31011/4/2008-Estt.(A) dated 23.09.2008)

Married and unmarried Central Government Employees can travel to home availing LTC once a year in one block of 4 years:**

This benefit was available even prior to implementation of sixth pay Commission. Under this clause, Married and unmarried Central Government Employees can travel to home availing LTC once a year in one LTC block of 4 years. There is no restriction in the form of number of years of service to avail LTC in this clause. However, this LTC for travel to home town once a year in the block of 4 years restricted to employee only. The family of the employee is not entitled LTC under this clause.

However, following conditions are to be satisfied in order to avail additional Home Town Trips in one LTC block:

1.The family of Central Government Employee should be living away from him/her at her/his home town.
2.No other LTC claim including LTC to all India and home town can be made by the employee for self and his/her family in the LTC block.

(** It is just an assumption that family of fresh recruits would usually be away from him/her at his/her home town. In fact this facility is available all central government employees whose family is at home town. There is no restriction in the form of number of years of service completed)
(Click here to download LTC Rules – Refer Rule 8 (c) of LTC Rules)

Courtesy :


Postal Department is attempting to regain its lost glory by implementing and monitoring its traditional services through Project Arrow and digital network that make all at every level of service accountable. Until the introduction of the courier service in the country people had no second choice than going to the Post Office to get their postal business transacted. At that time, the officers and the employees were much sincere and cooperative as far as possible in providing service to the clients. But the Post Office service began to deteriorate when the courier service landed in the country, situation further declined when instead of giving quick and better after sale service, the department officials showed one kind of lethargy, which is one of the reasons to divert the customers to the courier service. 

It is complained that the post offices situated in the rural areas do not open on time. Clients here wait patiently because rural customers still do not have other option except to use Post Office. Sometimes, Post Offices are managed single handed because some of the employee do not agrees to go to the rural areas to serve. This trend was required to be checked by the officers of the department in order to give more emphasis to the rural sector where the department has potential to serve but unfortunately here the pace remain very slow. While serving the people of rural area department can generate substantial revenue from Micro Insurance and cross selling of SB accounts to MGNREGS beneficiaries. Some times in rural area, it is seen that treatment to first class mail is given to that of second class for which letters do not reach destinations in time. Sometimes, letters and parcels arriving from other post offices are not or cannot be delivered in time, which put the receivers in great anxiety. Despite these odd situation people’s hope still lie with the Post Offices over the courier so we must catch it by providing better service. Now-a-days department is using extensive technological tools. It is fact that all the departmental Post offices through out India have already been computerized and connected through WAN or broad band connectivity. Besides, there is planning to equip the Extra Departmental Branch Post Offices with ICT devices. With the continuing improvement in the quality of services through the facility of track and trace, our premium products i.e. Speed Post and EMS is contributing significantly to the revenue of the department. Increased booking of International Parcels and sale of Flat Rate Boxes can turn out to be major revenue earners for the Department.

We have post offices and a delivery system which comes in contact with every household every day. Our primary objective should therefore be to utilize the network optimally to create and provide new service without effecting core operation and traditional service. It has to be a well managed diversification. One thing that the Post Office requires is the freedom to work under such condition that it can react quickly to the demand of the customer. To address the challenge of aligning access to postal retail services with customer needs, the Postal Service has to expand access in deprived areas and squeeze its size in over served areas—but the Postal Service does not consider this criteria. If this happens it may be able to close facilities and adjust access to retail services according to customer needs.

Still it is hoped that future is likely to favour the post office if it can mobilize resources and technology to create new products and services, use its network for a variety of services and improve the way existing services are delivered. By doing so it would have also defeated the dire predictions that email would make physical mail obsolete. All that is required is a serious commitment to all managerial level in the circles, division of work by creating new jobs as is being done in banks, aggressive marketing, proper training, human resource development and close monitoring at every level to curtail the expenditure and increase the revenue resources. The officers should listen to the worker by shunning their bureaucratic approach.

Source : Punjab Circle Blog

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Appointment on Fake Caste Certificates.

Information about appointments secured on the basis of fake/false caste certificates is not centrally maintained.

However, the Central Government had taken one time exercise to collect information about appointments secured on the basis of fake/false caste certificates in the year 2010. As per information received from various Ministries/Departments etc., 1832 appointments were allegedly secured on the basis of fake/false caste certificates. Disciplinary proceedings had been instituted in all the cases. It was reported that out of the above 1832 cases, 276 had been resulted in suspension/removal etc., whereas 521 cases were entangled into litigations and in remaining 1035 cases disciplinary proceedings were pending.

The Government instructions provide that an appointing authority should verify the caste status of SC/ST/OBC candidates at the time of initial appointment as well as every important upturn of the employee’s career.

Chief Secretaries of States/Union Territories have been requested to issue instructions to the District Magistrates/District Collectors/Deputy Commissioners of the Districts to the effect that when asked to verify the veracity etc. of caste certificates, they should ensure at their own level that veracity of the caste/community certificate referred to the district authorities is verified and reported to the appointing authority within one month of receipt of request from such authority. In order to rule out collusion between candidates holding false/forged certificate and employees at the district level or sub-district level, disciplinary proceedings may be initiated against officers who default in timely verification of caste status in such cases or issue false certificates.

This was stated by Shri V. Narayanasamy, Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office in written reply to a question by Shri Aayanur Manjunatha in the Rajya Sabha on 23/11/2012.

ID Proofs Compulsory During Train Journey in All Reserved Classes from 1st December 2012.

With effect from 01.12.2012, one of the passengers booked on a ticket for undertaking journey in any reserved class will have to produce any one of the prescribed proofs of identity failing which all the passengers will be treated as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly.

This provision shall, however, not affect the existing provision of Tatkal scheme where during the journey, the passenger is required to show the original proof of identity indicated on the ticket.

The number of prescribed proofs of identity have been increased from nine to ten by adding following identity card to the list of prescribed proofs identity:-

“Photo identity cards having serial number issued by Public Sector Undertakings of State/Central Government, District Administrations, Municipal bodies and Panchayat Administrations”

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Kotla Jaya Surya Prakash Reddy in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 23/11/2012.

Thursday, November 22, 2012


To view list of Life Insurance Companies, please CLICK HERE. 
To view list of General Insurance Companies, please CLICK HERE. 

Source : MOF

Recruitment Rules for Deputy Manager, Assistant Manager and Technical Supervisor in the Centre for Excellence in Postal Technology (CEPT).

To view details, please CLICK HERE.  

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Clarification on purchase of NSC by an adult on behalf of minor.

To view SB order No. 16/2012 dated 16/11/2012, please CLICK HERE. 

DPC for PS Gr. B and JTS Gr. A.

It is learnt from Directorate that vacancy calculation work (actually from roaster point) for DPC for PS Gr. B cadre is under process and DPC is likely to be convene in the first week of next month. As regards to DPC for JTS Gr. A, it will be held after the DPC of PS Gr. B.

Induction Training for IPs (Direct Recruit)

The Induction Training for Inspector Posts (Direct) will be held for a period of 15 weeks from 17.12.2012 to 30.03.2013 at Postal Training Centre, Mysore-570 010. The details of Seats allotted for the Circles are as under:

Sl No.
Name of the Circle
Seat allotment
Andhra Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
Tamil Nadu


Recognition of Curie Manavata Cancer Centre, Nashik (Maharashtra) for treatment of Central Goverment employees under CS(MA) Rules, 1944.

No. S. 14021/9/2011-MS
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi 
Dated 17th October, 2012

Subject: Recognition of Curie Manavata Cancer Centre, Nashik (Maharashtra) for treatment of Central Goverment employees under CS(MA) Rules, 1944.

       The undersigned is directed to say that a number of representations have been received in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare for recognition of Curie Manavata Cancer Centre, Nashik (Maharashtra) for treatment of Central Government Employees and their family members under CS(MA) Rules, 1944.

2. In view of the hardship faced by CS(MA) beneficiaries for their own treatment and the treatment of their family members at Nashik (Maharashtra), the matter has been examined in the Ministry and it has been decided to empanel Curie Manavata Cancer Centre, Nashik (Maharashtra) under Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules, 1944.

3. The Schedule of charges for the treatment of Central Government Employees and the members of their family under the CS(MA) Rules, 1944, will be the rates fixed for CGHS, Pune. The approved rates are available on the website of CGHS ( and may be downloaded/printed.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Circle Conference....Himachal Pradesh Circle.

17th Circle Conference of Himachal Pradesh Circle (HP) was held on 17th and 18th November 2012 at Jwala and following officers are elected as officer bearers of Circle branch for next term. 

1) President : Shri B. S. Sen, AD (Staff) o/o CPMG, HP Circle, Shimla-171009.
2) Circle Secretary : Shri Rattan Chand Sharma, ASP (Vig.) o/o CPMG, HP Circle, Shimla (Mobile-09418055018).
3) Treasurer : Shri Sandeep Dharmani, IP, Ghumarwin Sub Division, Bilaspur (Mobile-09418476600).

Today, Himachal Pradesh Circle has deposited an amount of Rs. 5000/- as donation in CHQ Account through Core Banking scheme. 

Monday, November 19, 2012

Filing of CAT case at Ernakulam Bench.

Today, Delhi Circle has deposited an amount of Rs. 5000/- as donation in CHQ Account through Core Banking scheme. 

Requested Directorate to entrust LDCE to SSC/UPSC instead CMC Ltd.

No. CHQ/IPASP/IP-Exam-12 /2012                                        Dated : 19/11/2012.

Ms Manjula Prasher,
Director General,
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi 110 001.

Subject: Regarding Omissions in Recruitment Rules for Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for promotion to the cadre of Inspector of Posts for the year 2012.
Ref.     :  Directorate Recruitment division Letter No. A-34012/04/2011-DE dated 14.7.2011 and Letter No. A-34012/07/2012-DE dated 7.6.2012 & 22.8.2012.
Respected Madam,
This Association wishes to share its concern over the LDCE system in vogue in the department. Ever since CMC has taken over the reins of examination system of DOP there is complete chaos and as such created mockery of the examination system. The papers are not framed in conformity to the syllabus circulated by the department. As a result the prospective candidates have to suffer.  In the recently held Inspector Post Examination, Paper-IV (IPO) question booklet was given an ‘option’ either to answer 50 questions of ‘General English’ or ‘General Hindi’ (Samanya Hindi) whereas it was mentioned in the revised syllabus particularly Paper IV shall consist of ENGLISH LANGUAGE, G.K. & REASONING /INTELLIGENCE, thereby completely  excluding HINDI LANGUAGE.  Obviously, the Department by explicitly including ‘English language’ has left out ‘Hindi language’ from the ambit of syllabus for Paper IV.  In these circumstances the prospective candidates appearing for the said examination were naturally supposed to prepare ‘English language’ paper in accordance with Department’s revised syllabus ignoring the ‘Hindi language (as it was omitted and not specified in the revised syllabus).  The logic of omitting the National Language ‘HINDI’ from the revised syllabus was surprising.   Had there been an option either to choose ‘English language’ or ‘Hindi language in the revised syllabus, many of the candidates would have preferred ‘Hindi language’ being more proficient in that.  Inspite of the fact that the schedule for the examination was postponed on three occasions, the Department never realised / rectified the error crept in their circular dated 14.7.2011 omitting ‘Hindi language’.  Hitherto the department had to cancel the Paper-III of the same cadre being the law paper out of syllabus. 

It is pertinent to mention here that when for the first time department conducted PS Group “B” examination through outsourcing as per the revised syllabus contained in Directorate Memo no. 9-59/2010-SPG dated 08.03.2011, this Association raised an issue for not giving option to write paragraph in bi-lingual (Hindi & English). At that time candidates were not allowed to write paragraph in Hindi by the staff of CMC Ltd. at Delhi Centre whereas staff of CMC Ltd. allowed candidates to write paragraph in Hindi at few centres like Dehradun Centre.  In UP Circle, staff of CMC Ltd. allowed the candidates initially to write paragraph in Hindi and later on disallowed and instructed the candidates to write paragraph in English only.  Though this irregularity was brought to the notice of department but Directorate has taken it lightly and gave not much importance to the letter(s) of the Association, thereby given benefit to a particular section only.

          Madam, you will agree the considerable importance attached to the provision of article 351 of the Constitution, which prescribes development of the Hindi language. It shall be the duty of the Union to promote the spread of the Hindi language, to develop it so that it may serve as a medium of expression for all the elements of the composite culture of India and to secure its enrichment by assimilating without interfering with its genius, the forms, style and expressions used in Hindustani and in the other languages of India specified in the Eighth Schedule, and by drawing, wherever necessary or desirable, for its vocabulary, primarily on Sanskrit and secondarily on other languages.  Therefore, every encouragement should be given to the use of easy and simple diction.  This Association therefore suggest you that enquiry may kindly be constituted for above chaos and the Hindi language be given its due place.  It would be fair and appropriate if the examination work is entrusted to SSC/UPSC instead of CMC Ltd., as has done by other departments. 

Hoping for a favourable action and line in reply is requested. 

With warm regards,

Yours sincerely, 

(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary