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......... AIPEU GDS (NFPE)IS DECIDED TO CONDUCT ALL ITS STRUGGLE PROGRAMMES UNDER THE BANNER OF POSTAL JCA .......... NFPE & AIPEU GDS (NFPE)SUBMITTED MEMORANDUM TO 7TH CPC ON 23-07-2014........ COPY CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE PAGE OF 02-08-2014 OF THIS BLOG..........

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......... NFPE & GDS (NFPE) filed a case in Supreme Court praying : Implementation of 1977 judgement and declare GDS are civil servants & scrap the GDS (Conduct & Engagement) Rules 2011 as they are invalid and unconstitutional .... Supreme Court directed the case to Delhi High Court .. first hearing was on 13-01-2014 and pleased to serve notice to Govt. & Department .... next hearing on 07-05-2014 ......

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Andhra mulls roping in Postal Dept for various govt schemes - NEWS

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Secretary I Y R Krishna Rao on Saturday emphasised the need to leverage rural post office networks for financial inclusion and delivery of State government releases, including salaries to anganwadi workers and payment of utility bills, among others.

"The utilisation of the rural postal network by the State government should be further explored and expanded," an official release quoted Rao as saying.

He was reviewing the aspect of coordination with the Postal Department for financial inclusion programme of the State government at the Secretariat here.

The Postal Department is already involved in the distribution of wages of NREGS and pensions in 383 Mandals out of a total of 661 in the State.

"The department had 8,793 Branch Post Offices and 1,503 Sub Post Offices and 59 Head Post Offices spread across 661 Mandals of the State. All of them could be utilised for delivery of all government services and releases to farmers, widows, students and also SHG groups as part of the financial inclusion programme," Rao added.

He said the State Rural Development Department would be asked to give a feed back on the ongoing programmes and the feasibility of utilising the entire postal network in other remaining Mandals for a variety of other services and deliveries.

According to the official, the number of other government schemes that could be brought under the postal network were disbursements of the 'Ma Inti Mahalakshmi' scheme, salaries to anganwadi workers, Janani Suraksha scheme of Health department, collection of electricity, water and other bills, municipal taxes, sales tax, etc, payment of scholarships, allowances to the disabled in areas in which their network exists.

Possibility of sale of non-judicial stamp papers through rural post offices involving government schemes like sale of agricultural inputs would also be examined, he added.


PTI

Monday, September 1, 2014

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AIPEU GDS (NFPE) KEONJHAR DIVISION - (ODISHA CIRCLE) FORMED

The 8th Biennial conference was held jointly with AIPEU, Postman/MTS & AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) unions from 16.08.2014 to 17.08.2014. Near about more than 200 comrades from all corners of the District attended the conference as well as the open session held on 17.08.2014 at 1100 hours at Gujurati Samaj Bhawan, Keonjhargarh. Never in the past such a huge participation was witnessed by anyone in the history of Keonjhar Divisional Branch.

Com. Sharat Chandra Patra, Divisional President, AIPEU, Group-C presided over the meeting. 

Com. Arun Das, Secretary, CPI (M) Local committee, Com. Girija Mishra, Advocate, secretary, CITU District Committee, Com. Ramesh Chandra Mishra, Circle secretary & Vice president (CHQ), Com. Debabrata Mohanty, Circle secretary, AIPEU, Postman/ MTS & Com. Pasayat, Circle Assistant Secretary, AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) were the speakers of honour in the open session. 

The open session was inaugurated by Smt. Mina Majhi, Chairman, Keonjhargarh  Municipality with lighting candles as Chief Guest. Sri Krutartha Behera, Superintendent of Post Offices, Keonjhar Division had graced the occasion as guest of honour, who praised the honesty and dutifulness of the postal employees.

Com. R.C. Mishra delivered his beautiful oration as Chief Speaker on the role of the union in the present political scenario and on the adverse impact of neoliberal policies of the Government on the employees and the need for further united struggle with the working class to save the nation.

Com. Kirtti Chandra Das, Ex-Organizing secretary of Odisha Circle branch & the secretary Reception committee delivered vote of thanks, followed by International progressive song by the comrades.

A new set of office bearers were elected unanimously for the divisional unions of Keonjhar for the ensuing period.












Huzurabad Branch Conference (Peddapalli Division – Telangana State -A.P Circle)

A joint Biennial Branch Conference Gr.C., P4 & GDS (NFPE) of Huzurabad under Peddapalli Division was held on 31-08-2014 in Radhakrishna Kalamandir, Jammikunta town.

Com.P.Narasingarao, Orgg Circle Secretary & President, AIPEU Gr.C., Huzurabad presided the meeting.

Shri Eetela Rajender, Hon’ble Minister for Finance & Civil Supplies, Telangana State invited as Hon’ble Guest for the meeting and addressed.

The meeting inaugurated by  Shri A Veerashalingam, Chairman, Reception Committee and ZPTC Member, Karimnagar district.

Com.Sk.Humayun, Hon’ble President, AIPEU PM&MTS/Gr.D & Member JCM (Staffside), Com.P.Pandurangarao, General Secretary, AIPEU GDS (NFPE), Com. D.A.S.V. Prasad, Circle Secretary, AIPEU Gr.C., Com.Ch.Vidya Sagar, Circle Secretary, AIPEU PM&MTS were attended as Chief Guests and addressed the meeting.

Other leaders of Gr.C., P4 & GDS (NFPE) and more than 250 members attended the meeting.

A set of new office bearers were elected for Huzurabad Branch for the ensuing period.






 



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Saturday, August 30, 2014

Improving the 'Packing of Parcels'

F. No. 27-107/2013 -PO
Ministry of Communications & lT
Department of Posts
PO Division

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg
New Delhi 110001
Dated 21/08/2014
To

1.     AII Heads of Circles
2.     All Postmaster Generals
3.     Director RAKNPA Ghaziabad
4.     Director, all Postal Training centres
5.     Addl. Directorate General of APs 

Subject: Improving the 'Packing of Parcels' -reg. 

Under the provision of Rule 35 of the Indian Post office Rules 1933, the following sub rule shall be inserted after sub rule (4) namely -  

Rule 35(5) - " A parcel wrapped with cloth should invariably either be packed in a carton or be covered with paper or plastic wrapper over the cloth wrapping so that the bar code sticker can be properly affixed on the parcel for track and trace purpose"

This rule shall come into effect immediately.  

A copy of the Gazette Notification No. 328 ( E) dated 28th March 2014 on the above mentioned rule is enclosed for information and necessary action. 

This may be brought to the notice of all the concerned for strict compliance.

The receipt of the same may kindly  be acknowledged.
Encl: as above

Sd/-
(T Q Mohammed)
Director(PO & I)

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Deletion of Rules relating to Telegraphic Money Order etc –

F. No. 1 – 1 / 2013 -PO
Ministry of Communications & lT
Department of Posts
PO Division
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg
New Delhi 110001
Dated 15/08/2014
To
1.     AII Heads of Circles
2.     All Postmaster Generals
3.     Director RAKNPA Ghaziabad
4.     Director, all Postal Training centres
5.     Addl. Directorate General of APS

Subject: Deletion of Rules relating to Telegraphic Money Order etc – 

Under the provision of the Indian Post Rules 1933, 

(i)                the heading " Telegraphic Money Order occurring after Rule 126 and the Rule 127 to 142 there under shall be deleted 

(ii)               the heading " Telegraphic Foreign Money Order, occurring after Rule 156 and the Rule 157 to174 shall be deleted 

(iii)             In Rule 190 "Note 3" shall be deleted 

These rules comes into effect immediately. A copy of the Gazette Notification No. 366 (E) dated 28th May 2014 deleting the above mentioned rules is enclosed for information and necessary action.

This may be brought to the notice of all the concerned for strict compliance.

The receipt of the same may kindly be acknowledged.
Encl: as above
Sd/-
(T Q Mohammed)
Director(PO&l)

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