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Friday, November 30, 2018

No P-IV/CHQ/Circular-06/2018-2020                                                               Dated 20th Nov 2018

To
All CHQ Office Bearers
And All Circle, Divisional and Branch Secretaries

CIRCULAR

* To make the two days shrike a grand success as per call of Confederation and P.J.C.  On 08th and 09th January 2019.

*To make the Postmen and MTS programme a grand sucess simultaneously, and programme should be done with rank and file for survival of our cadre and department of Posts.

Dear Comrades,
            As you are all aware that as per direction of Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers, Convention held at Hyderabad on 10th of June 2018 one day strike on 15th Nov 2018, and if all the trade unions declare any strike program, then our (CCGE&W) programme will be synchronized with that programme, accordingly the convention all trade unions excluding BMS held on 28th Sept 2018 and unanimously declared two days strike on 08th and 09th  January 2018 for the details demand as below, minimum wages

10 POINTS CHARTER OF DEMANDS OF CONFEDERATION

1.     Scrap New Contributory Pension Scheme. Restore old defined benefit Pension Scheme to all employees.

2.     Settle 7th CPC related issues including increase in Minimum Pay and fitment formula, HRA arrears from 01-01-2016, MACP Bench Mark, promotional heirarchy and date of effect from 01-01-2006, Option-I for pensioners and anomalies arising out of implementation of 7th CPC recommendations.

3.     Fill up all vacant posts. Reintroduce Regional Recruitment for Group B & C posts. Withdraw orders for abolishing posts lying vacant for more than five years. Revive all posts abolished during 2001 to 2008 under Annual Direct Recruitment plan as per May 2001 orders of former NDA Government.


4.     (a)   Regularisatin of Gramin Dak Sevaks and grant of Civil Servant status. Implement remaining positive recommendations of Kamalesh Chandra committee report.

   (b)   Regularise all casual and contract workers including those appointed on or after 01-09-1993.

5.     Ensure equal pay for equal work for all. Remove disparity in pay scales between Central Secretariat Staff and similarly placed staff working in field units of various departments.

6.     Stop closure of Govt. establishments and outsourcing. Withdraw closure orders of Govt. of India Presses. Stop proposed move to close down salt department. Stop FDI and privatisation of Railways and Defence department.

7.     Implement 7th CPC wage revision and pension revision of Autonomous body employees and pensioners. Grant Bonus to Autonomous body employees pending from 2016-17 onwards.

8.     Remove 5% condition imposed on compassionate appointment.

9.     Grant five time bound promotions to all Group B&C employees. Complete Cadre Reviews in all departments within a time-frame.

10.   (a)   Stop attack on trade union rights. Ensure prompt functioning of various negotiating forums under the JCM scheme at all levels.

        (b)   Withdraw the draconian FR-56(j) and Rule 48 of CCS Pension Rules 1972. If necessary, affiliates can add their own departmental wise issues as PART-II of the charter of demands.        
   
            Insurance, for handing over to the Bajaj and Alliange.  The Company Alliange is American Based Company, whose condition was precarious at the time of depression in the year 2008.  From that day the Company searching wage and means for better survival, but our honourable Communication Minister has declared to give the PLI to Bajaj Alianj in the end of this year which is the policies of the Government.  The Postman Cadre is seriously attacked by the policies of Govt. to engage O.P.A. (Out Sourced Postal Agencies) the function of the Agencies to pick up Mails from market and transmit the collected mails though its own conveyance at the end point that agencies will be delivered the article.  So you, we have to think the situation, if the mails did not come to post office for delivery then how we can save our Cadre.  Not only Postman and MTS but also RMS is under attach by P.N.O.P.(Parcel Networking Optimization Programme) by that, total RMS out of four hundred only one hundred RMS will be justified, definitely the staff will be surplus. Branch Post Offices (Our Grammin Dak Sevakas) are attacked by RICT, DARPAN, and now engaged for electrification.  All those works are not properly functional in absence of net work.  Then in the name of net work public harassment are there.  The Allahabad Ketchery Post Office case is breed of the SAP and net Work failure.

            So totally as a whole the department of Posts are under attack of wrong policies of the Government rapidly implemented by the bureaucrat .So we both postmen and MTS Union (AIPEU and NUPE) sit together and decided to fight against the wrong policies of the Government and department.  Our twenty five charter of demands is enclosed herewith and you should think what is the fate of postmen and MTS cadre.  Through our struggle programme we can stop the undemocratic, unwanted, ante-worker, anti Public policies of the Government. First phase programme to wear black badges from 27th to 29th Nov 2018, Second phase programme is one day DHARNA in front of Divisional Offices. On 14th of December 2018, we should welcome to the New Year 2019 with “BEGUL” of DHARNA on 2nd Jan 2019 in front of Circle Offices.  All above three programmes should be implemented properly by which our Comrades can come forward for organize way to participate “DAK BHAWAN GHERAO” ON 06TH Feb 2019.  All the Comrades are requested to come with uniform to participate in the DHARNA at New Delhi.  Ticket should be booked FOR Delhi DHARNA; Minimum two thousand Postman and MTS should attend the DHARNA.  Details of quota of delegates to attend 06th Feb 2019 Programme for each Circle will be worked out after consultation with the Circle Secretaries.

            WITH REVOLUTIONARY GREETINGS.

Comradely   yours,
(Debarata Mohanty)

General Secretary

POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION 
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS 
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION – GDS 
NATIONAL UNION – GDS 

Circular No. PJCA/2/2018                                                  Dated - 16.11.2018
Circular
Comrade,
     A meeting of Postal J.C.A consisting of NFPE, FNPO, AIPEU GDS and NUGDS was held at NFPE office, North Avenue, New Delhi on 15-11-2018. All General Secretaries of NFPE, FNPO and GDS Unions participated in the meetings.


       The meeting was presided over by Com. T.N. Rahate, Secretary General FNPO.

       A threadbare discussion took place on the prevalent situation in Deptt of Post. Deptt is moving ahead on the path of corporatization which will lead to privatization of services in future. IPPB is the burning example of this. After MNOP, PNOP has been brought and separate Parcel Directorate has been. Setup. The Minister communication is announcing to setup a separate company for PLI & RPLI.

       There is acute shortage of staff in each cadre. Cadre restructuring for left out categories is not being finalized. The result of regular membership verification conducted in 2015 has not been declared yet. The entire process of GDS membership verification was cancelled arbitrarily.

       High Court & Supreme Court decisions in respect of MACP, RTP and others matters are not being implemented.

       Positive recommendations of Sri Kamlesh Chandra Committee are not being implemented.
       Every day new services are being introduced without developing proper infrastructure and without providing adequate manpower and training to the staff. Deptl Council meetings and periodical meetings are also not being held since long. More and more victimization of trade union leaders has become the order of the day.

       So therefore taking a serious note of all the above mentioned facts, PJCA has decided unanimously to conduct 2 days strike on 8 & 9 January – 2019 for which vigorous campaign will be launched . All leaders of NFPE & FNPO will carry on the campaign programme which will be declared shortly.
            
      T.N. Rahate                                       R. N. Parashar
      S/G – FNPO                                         S/G - NFPE

       The Charter of demands for which 2 days strike will be conducted is mentioned as under.
CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1. Implement all positive recommendation of Sri  Kamlesh Chandra Committee report and grant Civil servant Status to GDS.

2. Fill up all Vacant Posts is all cadres of Deptt of Post i.e P.A/S.A, Postmen, Mail Guard, MTS, GDS, Postal Acctts, P.A  Admn Offices, P.A SBCO & Civil Wing etc and separate identity of all cadres within a time frame.

3. Settle all the problems arisen out of implementation of C.S.I & R.I.C.T.

4. Withdraw NPS and Guarantee minimum pension 50% of last pay drawn.

5. Membership verification of G.D.S and declaration of result of regular employees membership verification conducted in 2015.

6. Implementation of orders of   payment of  revised wages and arrears to the casual, Part time, Contingent employees & daily rated mazdoors as per 6th  7th CPC and Regularize Services of  casual Labourers.

7. Implement Cadre restructuring for left out categories i.e RMS, MMS, Postman/MTS, PACO, PASBCO, Postal Acctts, Postmaster Cadre and Civil Wing etc.

8. Stop Privatization, Corporatization and out sourcing in Postal Services.

9. Very Good Bench Mark should be implemented after issue of orders i.e from 25.7.2016 .
10 Implement 5 days week in Postal and RMS.

11.   Consider the suggestions by RMS JCA regarding PNOP & CSI.

12.    Enhancement of higher pay scale to those categories whose minimum qualification has been enhanced e.g Postmen, Mail guard.

13.  Grant of pension to the promoted GDS based on Supreme Court Judgement in SLP No (C) 13042/2014.

14.  Withdraw orders of enhancement of cash conyance limit without security.

15.   Implement all High Court and Supreme Court decision in C/W MACP, RTP and others.

16.   Cash less facility treatment under CGHS  and allotment of adequate fund under head MR & T. A
17.   Retention of Civil wing is the Deptt of Post.

18.   Holding of Deptt Council Meetings and periodical meetings at all level.

19.   Stop Trade Union victimization and in the name of unscientific targets.

20.   Provide 40 percent SCF quota promotion in AAO cadre and amend RR incorporating the modifications demanded by AIPAEA.


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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

PROMOTIONS AND POSTINGS OF HIGHER ADMINISTRATIVE GRADE (HAG) OFFICERS OF INDIAN POSTAL SERVICE, GROUP 'A' TO THE MEMBER GRADE OF THE SERVICE (Click the link below to view)

A COMPILATION OF BLANK FORMS USED IN CENTRAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS  CLICK HERE  TO VIEW

A HAND BOOK ON CSI OPERATIONS FOR THE EMPLOYEES OF RMS: CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Monday, November 26, 2018

CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (REVISED PAY) RULES, 2008 - SECTION -II OF THE PART 'A' OF THE FIRST SCHEDULE THERETO - ENTRY PAY FOR DIRECT RECRUITS APPOINTED ON OR AFTER 01-01-2016 AND PAY FIXATION IN THE CASE OF PERSONS OTHER THAN SUCH DIRECT RECRUITS   CLICK HERE   FOR COPY AND DETAILS
MS. ANITA PRAVEE:1 IAS (TN:89), HAS ASSUMED THE CHARGE OF THE POST OF ADDITIONAL SECRETARY AND FINANCIAL ADVISER IN THE DEPARTMENT OF POSTS (Click the link below to view)     http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=3065

Read the Supreme Court Judgement dated 14.11.2018.

Saturday, November 24, 2018


Com. K. Chandrasekhar, AGS Bereaved

          K. Siddaiah, aged 67 years father of Com. K. Chandrasekhar Assistant General Secretary AIPEU Postmen and MTS CHQ expired on 21.11-2018.
          All India Postal Employees Union Postmen and MTS CHQ convey its heartfelt Condolences to Com. K. Chandrasekhar and his family member.

Thursday, November 22, 2018

PROMOTION OF GOVERNMENT SERVANTS FOUND FIT BY REVIEW DPC AFTER RETIREMENT – PROCEDURE AND GUIDELINES TO BE FOLLOWED.

No 22011/3/2013-Estt (D), dated 15th November 2018 Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension Department of Personnel & Training.

The undersigned is directed to invite reference to this Department’s OM of even number dated 25.1.2016 which deals with the grant of notional promotion to a Government servant exonerated in a disciplinary proceedings after retirement. However, the cases of Government servants who are found fit by review DPC after their retirement on account of revision of seniority list of the feeder cadre, upgradation of below benchmark APARs etc. are not covered under the said OM. These cases have now been examined and it has been decided to lay down procedure as narrated in subsequent paragraphs for dealing with such cases.

2. A Government servant who is not recommended in the panel by the original / supplementary DPC but later on is recommended in the panel by a review DPC but has since retired may be given the benefit of notional promotion w.e. f. the date of promotion of his immediate junior in the reviewed panel and fixation of notional pay subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions:

(i)            That the officer who is immediate junior to the retired Government servant assumed charge of the higher post on or before the date of superannuation of the retired Government servant.

(ii)          That the said retired Government servant was clear from vigilance angle on the date of promotion of his immediate junior.


(iii)         A retired Government servant who is considered for notional promotion from the date of promotion of his immediate junior on the recommendation of a review DPC would also be entitled to fixation of pension on the basis of such notional pay.

(iv)         The notional promotion, notional pay fixation and revision of pension shall be further subject to extant rules on promotion, pay fixation and CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972, Actual increase in pension shall be given only from the date of approval of reviewed panel by the competent authority. No arrears shall be paid.

3. The provisions contained in this Office Memorandum shall become operational from the date of issue of this Office Memorandum. Past cases settled in accordance with the earlier provision shall not be reopened.

4. In so far as persons serving in the Indian Audit & Accounts Department are concerned, these orders issue after consultation with the Comptroller & Auditor General of India.

(G.Jayanthi)
   Joint Secretary (E.I)

Monday, November 19, 2018

Four Types Of Accounts You Can Operate At India Post Payments Bank (IPPB)

India Post Payments Bank or IPPB, a state-owned payments bank, currently offers four types of bank accounts to customers. Of these, three are savings accounts - regular, digital and basic - and one current account. The four kinds of bank accounts at IPPB come with different features, such as limits on withdrawals, balance requirements and charges for non-compliance with those requirements. India Post Payments Bank - which started its countrywide operations in September 2018 - provides interest at the rate of 4 per cent on balance in all three kinds of savings account and zero per cent in current account, according to its website - ippbonline.com.
Here's a comparison of three types of savings accounts and current current account that you can open at IPPB or India Post Payments Bank:
India Post Payments Bank savings accounts
Interest rate and how to open account
India Post Payments Bank pays a 4 per cent interest (paid quarterly) on the balance in its regular, basic and digital savings accounts, according to its portal. While the regular and basic savings accounts can be opened by visiting IPPB access points, the digital savings account can be opened through the bank's mobile app, called "IPPB Mobile App". 
Cash withdrawal
In the regular and digital savings accounts, IPPB permits the customer to make unlimited withdrawals in a month without levying any charges. However, the bank allows a limited number of withdrawals free of cost in a month in case of the basic savings account. The basic savings account holder can make four withdrawals a month free of cost. 
Balance requirement
All three types of IPPB savings accounts - regular, basic and digital - can be opened and operated with zero balance (nil balance), according to the IPPB website. That means the account holder is not forced to keep a particular sum in the account to ensure operability.
India Post Payments Bank current account
A current account - meant for businesses - is a non-interest bearing account, which means deposit in this type of account does not fetch any interest. The current account can be opened through post office counters or through the postman, according to IPPB. Unlike savings bank accounts, IPPB requires the customer to maintain a monthly average balance of R
s.
 1,000 in the current account, it noted. Failing to meet the MAB criteria attracts a penalty charge of R
s.
 100, according to the India Post Payments Bank portal. IPPB permits any number of withdrawals a month from the current account, without any restrictions.
Source : https://www.ndtv.com

Friday, November 16, 2018

JOINT NOTICE

POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION – GDS
NATIONAL UNION – GDS

Circular No. PJCA/2/2018           Dated - 16.11.2018
Circular
Comrade,
     A meeting of Postal J.C.A consisting of NFPE, FNPO, AIPEU GDS and NUGDS was held at NFPE office, North Avenue, New Delhi on 15-11-2018. All General Secretaries of NFPE, FNPO and GDS Unions participated in the meetings.
       The meeting was presided over by Com. T.N Rahate, Secretary General FNPO.
       A threadbare discussion took place on the prevalent situation in Deptt of Post. Deptt is moving ahead on the path of corporatization which will lead to privatization of services in future . IPPB is the burning example of this. After MNOP, PNOP has been brought and separate Parcel Directorate has been
 Setup . The Minister communication is announcing to setup a separate company for PLI & RPLI.
       There is acute shortage of staff in each cadre . Cadre Restructuring for left out categories is not being finalized. The result of regular membership verification conducted in 2015 has not been declared yet. The entire process of GDS membership verification was cancelled arbitrarily.
       High Court & Supreme Court decisions in respect of MACP, RTP and others matters are not being implemented.
       Positive recommendations of Sri Kamlesh Chandra Committee are not being implemented.
       Every day new services are being introduced without developing proper infrastructure and without providing adequate manpower and training to the staff. Deptl Council meetings and periodical meetings are also not being held since long. More and more victimization of trade union leaders has become the order of the day.
       So therefore taking a serious note of all the above mentioned facts, PJCA has decided unanimously to conduct 2 days strike on 8 & 9 January – 2019 for which vigorous campaign will be launched . All leaders of NFPE & FNPO will carry on the campaign programme which will be declared shortly.

T.N Rahate                                                                                  R.N Parashar
S/G – FNPO                                                                              S/G - NFPE

       The Charter of demands for which 2 days strike will be conducted is mentioned as under.
CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1. Implement all positive recommendation of Sri  Kamlesh Chandra Committee report and grant Civil servant Status to GDS.
2. Fill up all Vacant Posts is all cadres of Deptt of Post i.e P.A/S.A, Postmen, Mail Guard , MTS, GDS, Postal Acctts, P.A  Admn Offices, P.A SBCO & Civil Wing etc and separate identity of all cadres within a time frame.
3. Settle all the problems arisen out of implementation of C.S.I & R.I.C.T.
4. Withdraw NPS and Guarantee minimum pension 50% of last pay drawn.
5. Membership verification of G.D.S and declaration of result of regular employees membership verification conducted in 2015.
6. Implementation of orders of   payment of  revised wages and arrears to the casual , Part time, Contingent employees & daily rated mazdoors as per 6th  7th CPC and Regularize Services of  casual Labourers.
7. Implement Cadre Restructuring for left out categories i.e RMS, MMS, Postman/MTS, PACO,  PASBCO, Postal Acctts, Postmaster Cadre and Civil Wing etc.
8. Stop Privatization,  Corporatization and out sourcing in Postal Services.
9. Very Good Bench Mark should be implemented after issue of orders i.e from 25.7.2016 .
10.          Implement 5 days week in Postal and RMS
11.          Consider the suggestions by RMS JCA regarding PNOP & CSI.
12.          Enhancement of higher payscales to those categories whose minimum qualification has been enhanced e.g Postmen, Mail guard.
13.          Grant of pension to the promoted GDS based on Supreme Court Judgement in SLP No (C) 13042/2014
14.          Withdraw orders of enhancement of cash conyance limit without security.
15.           Implement all High Court and Supreme Court decision in C/W MACP, RTP and others.
16.          Cash less facility treatment under CGHS  and allotment of adequate fund under head MR & T. A
17.          Retention of Civil wing is the Deptt of Post.
18.          Holding of Deptt Council Meetings and periodical meetings at all level.
19.          Stop Trade Union victimization and in the name of unscientific targets.