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........RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE GDS COMMITTEE (2017) REPORT ....IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS STARTED ....... VERIFICATION OF MEMBERSHIP FOR RECOGNITION OF SERVICE ASSOCIATIONS IN GDS CADRE HAS BEEN COMMENCED..........AIPEU GDS (NFPE) SUBMITTED APPLICATION TO THE DIRECTORATE IN THE NAME OF 'AIPEU-GDS' TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ENSUING VERIFICATION................... .......

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......... CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SELECTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POSTS OF GDS .. VISIT indiapost.gov.in for Notifications ............. NEXT HEARING OF THE COURT CASE IN PR. CAT, DELHI IS ON ... 1st June 2017............

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

LESS SERVICE CAN BE CONSIDERED FOR SANCTION OF PENSION

Cases of GDS promoted to Departmental cadres won the legal battle in the Court of Law (High Court of  Madras) to get Pension for their service rendered.Though less service to qualify for Pension, considered by the Court of Law and the officials got Pension.

SLP filed by the Department is dismissed.

For details : Click below links for the copies of Orders:

W.P No.20926 of 2011:
SLP No.CC 18613 of 2013



CAT - MADRAS BENCH - CHENNAI
W.P No.8501 of 2011


Wednesday, May 28, 2014

LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF MEMORANDUM TO 7TH CPC EXTENDED

As per the request of the JCM National Council Staff side, 7th Central Pay Commission has granted extension of time upto 15.07.2014 (15th July 2014) for submission of memorandum by individual organizations other than JCM staff side. The following is the revised time schedule (Last date).

1.JCM National Council Staff side                           :           30.06.2014
2.All other Federations / Unions/Associations          :           15.07.2014

JCM National Council Staff side will be submitting a common memorandum before 30.06.2014 on the common demands of the Central Government Employees. The Copy of the JCM Staff side memorandum will be placed in the website.

All affiliated organizations of the Confederation are requested to prepare their sectional memorandum well in advance and be ready to submit it before 15.07.2014 to the 7th CPC. New Pay scales demanded by the JCM Staff side will be available in the common memorandum of the JCM Staff side.

Confederation National Secretariat meeting will be held on 31.05.2014 at ITEF Head Quarters (Rajouri Garden) at 2 PM as already notified to finalise the common memorandum. (Please note the time change from 11 AM to 2 PM). All National Secretariat members are requested to attend the meeting.

(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
Confederation
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NATIONAL LEVEL TWO DAYS WORK SHOP ON 7th CPC MEMORANDUM

The AIPEU Gr.C (CHQ) has conducted a National Level Workshop for two days (26th & 27th of May, 2014) in Shah Auditorium, New Delhi - 110 054.
On 26th the Workship inaugurated by Com.K.K.N.Kutty, President, CCGEW. Com.S.K.Vyas, Patron & Advisor for CCGEW also attended as Guest of Honour and graced the session.
Shri Alok Saksena, DDG invited as Chief Guest and delivered speech on the important issues to be focused in the Memorandum submitted to 7th CPC.
About 300 comrades representing from all Circles in the country and participated in the discussion with constructive deliberations along with suggestions to include in the memorandum. NFPE Office bearers, Gr.C CHQ office bearers, Circle Secretaries were witnessed the session.
Com. M.Krishnan, General Secretary, AIPEU Gr.C presented the memorandum by reading in the sessions and opened for discussion.
Com.K.V.Sridharan, former General Secretary & Leader, JCM Staffside also present and made all his contributions in the discussion part of the memorandum.
Com.R.Sivannarayana, President, Gr.C CHQ presided the work shop in a delightful manner.
Com.Vrigu Bhattacharya, Confederation Leader, Com.Giriraj Singh, President NFPE & General Secretary, R-III, Com.Seetha lakshmi, General Secretary, P-IV, Com.P.Suresh, General Secretary, R-IV., Com.V.K.Tiway, General Secretary, AIPSBCOEA., Com.B.G.Thamhankar, former President NFPE & Gr.C(CHQ)  Com.P.Pandurangarao, General Secretary, AIPEU GDS(NFPE) were also present.


















The  two days Work Shop concluded on 27th evening at 05-30 pm with the vote of thanks offered by com.N.Subramanyan, Dy General Secretary, AIPEU Gr.C (CHQ).

Thursday, May 22, 2014

CHQ Desk

Dear Comrades,

For the last few days our CHQ & NFPE is receiving large number of phone calls every day enquiring about the formation of divisional unions in the name of AIPEU GDS (NFPE) in the respective circles besides seeking information about the Court Case for Departmentalization of GDS & GDS Pay Committee etc.,

Our Secretary General, General Secretaries are very much patiently answering to all and explaining the current situation on organizational set up  and GDS issues. After knowing all the facts about the efforts of NFPE & AIPEU GDS (NFPE) for Departmentalization of BOs and Regularization of GDS for the last two years; the GDS members are very much impressed and enthusiastically join in AIPEU GDS (NFPE) by forming the Divisional Unions in their respective Circles.

Now it is very well aware of thousands of GDS that the agreement signed by the so called recognized union is a DEATH WARRANT and happened to be a big hurdle for inclusion of GDS in 7th CPC.

AIPEU GDS (NFPE) CHQ has been prepared a comprehensive memorandum on GDS issues to submit before the 7th Pay Commission. After submission it will be published in our websites.

Com. M.Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE called by the Secretary, 7th Pay Commission for an interaction meeting on Postal Staff related issues on 29-05-2014.

The Secretary General, NFPE will explain all about the GDS Court Case and issues related to GDS and request need to consider GDS wage revision and service conditions under the purview of 7th CPC.

Let us hope for the best.
  
For the information of GDS comrades, our Union is well established in many Circles & divisions, however in some areas it is not taken place because of some limited reasons or the other, it is now well known to the GDS comrades of each and every division of such Circles and seeking cooperation from our CHQ in the formation of Divisional Unions and ready to joining as members of AIPEU GDS(NFPE).

Welcoming the situation, our CHQ is sincerely assuring that what ever cooperation and information regarding GDS office bearers and Circle Secretaries are ready and one can contact them in such instance. After the formation of new Govt. a huge responsibility is going to be shouldered by the GDS to achieve the demand of “inclusion of GDS in the purview of 7th CPC”.

CIRCLE
CHQ Office bearer /
Circle Secretary
Mobile No.


ANDHRA PRADESH
P.PANDURANGARAO
General Secretary
09849466595
N.SAMMAIAH
Circle Secretary
09440150190

ASSOM
P.SURESH SHARMA
Circle Secretary
09435300769
GANA ACHARYA
Vice President(CHQ)
09577243225

BIHAR
CHANDRA N. CHAUDHARY
Orgg.Genl.Secy(CHQ) &
Circle Secretary

08051818216
GUJRAT
ASHA VEN JOSHI
Wkg. President(CHQ) &
Circle Secretary
09898982922

HIMACHAL PRADESH
VIRENDRA SHARMA
Orgg. Genl. Secy(CHQ)&
Circle Secretary

09418706438

KARNATAKA
K.S.KALPESH
Circle Secretary
09844472323
B.R.JAGDEESH
Asst. Genl. Secy(CHQ)
09841101555

Kerala
M.S.SABOO
Circle Secretary
09447053177
V.MURUKAN,
Fin. Secy (CHQ)
09446829969

MADHYA PRADESH
VIJAYKUMAR SHARMA,
Circle Secretary,
08889210253
VIRENDRA YADAV,
Asst.Genl Secy(CHQ)
07898483898
NORTH EAST
SUPRAVAPAL
Circle Secretary
08794282291

ODISHA
NIRMAL C. SINGH
Vice President(CHQ) &
Circle Secretary

09437003058
PUNJAB
JARNAILSINGH
 Circle Secretary
09463820537

RAJASTHAN
ROSHALNAL MEENA
Orgg.Genl. Secy(CHQ) &
Circle Secretary
09950278715


TAMILNADU
R.DHANRAJ
Dy.Genl.Secy(CHQ) &
Circle Secretary

09442475290
K.C.RAMACHANDRAN
Asst. Genl. Secretary (CHQ)
09442534718

UTTAR PRADESH
PRAMOD KUMAR SINGH
 Circle Secretary
09794133133
JAIPRAKASH SINGH
Wkg. President (CHQ)
09452348386

WEST BENGAL
BIJOY GOPAL SUR
President (CHQ) &
Circle Secretary

09433618877

Simultaneously, legal battle is going on. It is informed that the Dept. & Govt. has not yet submitted any reply to the High Court of Delhi till 07-05-2014. Further requested the Hon’ble High Court for 6 weeks of time to submit the reply and it is granted. Next date of adjournment is 19-09-2014.

Comrades, it is the high time to prepare ourselves for united struggles along with NFPE & Postal JCA. Many of our GDS have well experienced with the fragmented strikes conducted by the so called recognized union and adverse effects of such struggles.

NFPE and AIPEU GDS (NFPE) & POSTAL JCA ALONG WITH CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLYEES CONFEDERATION IS MARCH AHEAD FOR INTENSIVE STRUGGLE PROGRAMME FOR DEPARTMENTALIZATION OF BOs & REGULARIZATION OF GDS.

"No country, no people, no movement can stand aloof and be neutral in their struggle"

P.Pandurangarao
General Secretary


All India Convention - AIPEU Gr.C (CHQ) - NEW DELHI

ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP ‘C’
(CHQ)
                         Dada Ghosh Bhawan, 2151/1, New Patel Road, New Delhi – 110008


                                                                                                                                                            29.04.2014

   Notice and Invitation
for

All India Seminar on 
“7th Central Pay Commission  
Postal Assistant & allied Cadres”


All India Postal Employees Union Group ‘C’ (NFPE), Central Head Quarters, is organizing a two days All India work shop on 26th & 27th May 2014 at New Delhi for discussions about the work & responsibilities of PA and allied cadres and submission of Memorandum to the Seventh Pay Commission.

All India Seminar on the subject – “7th Central Pay Commission – Postal Assistant & allied cadres” is also being organised on 26th May 2014 in connection with the workshop. Shri Alok Saxena, Deputy Director General (PMU) & Secretary, Postal Services Board has kindly consented to deliver his key note address in the seminar on 26th May 2014 at 3:00 PM.

Venue: -   
Shah Auditorium, 2, Raj Niwas Marg, Near Civil Lines Metro, Delhi - 110054

All Divisional / Branch / Circle Secretaries / All India Office Bearers are requested to participate in the workshop & make it more purposeful.

 M. Krishnan
General Secretary

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RBI governor Raghuram Rajan hints at bank licence for India Post - NEWS

The RBI governor, who is known for his candid comments, suggested that the ‘Post Bank’ could be given a limited banking licence that will be able to raise deposits and offer payment and remittance services. 

NEW DELHI: Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan has backed the postal department's demand to set up a bank, even as the finance ministry has tried to block the move.

At the annual day lecture of the Competition Commission of India on Tuesday evening, the RBI governor, who is known for his candid comments, suggested that the 'Post Bank' could be given a limited banking licence that will be able to raise deposits and offer payment and remittance services. There will, however, be restrictions on investments and the entire amount would be have to be parked in government securities.

"...the proposed Post Bank could start as a payment bank, making use of post office outlets to raise deposits and make payments," Rajan said.

The suggestion came in the wake of a statement that RBI, while being cautious with new players, can be a little more flexible in allowing players to set up a small bank or to operate in only one segment of banking business. "Such differentiated licenses - licenses with restrictions on the geographical reach or the products offered by a new bank - can generate more organizational variety and efficiency. Small banks tend to be better at catering to local needs, including needs of small and medium businesses," the governor said, adding that consultations will be conducted with stakeholders on the issue.

The model could be a win-win solution for the RBI and India Post, and also address the capital-related concerns that the finance ministry has. For RBI, a payments bank model will help it tap into the post offices' extensive reach that goes beyond what even State Bank of India can offer. Compared to SBI's over 15,000 branches, there are over 1.5 lakh post offices across the country.

For India Post, it means that it can get additional revenue stream, learn the tricks of the trade and then hope to convert into a full-fledged bank later. It also comes with the advantage that lower capital may be required to sustain this model.


Source:TimesOfIndia (May22)

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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Postal Exam (PA / SA) - Update as on 19/05/2014

Schedule of Examination (Paper I) for the following Postal Circles is as follows:

Postal Circles


Exam Date



Exam Time
Uttar Pradesh (30)             


01-June 2014



11:00AM to 01:00 PM
Gujrat (16)             


01-June 2014



02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
    Candidates may download the Admit Cards for above stated Postal Circles by Logging into the website. Please keep visiting the website for exam schedules for other Postal Circles & updates.

    Candidate is to make sure that his/her Photo is printed on the downloaded Admit Card. If the PHOTO is missing, candidate may download the Admit Card again. If Photo is still found missing, please report the problem on the ------                                                                   admitcardhelpdesk.dopexam@gmail.com


Update as on May 13, 2014

Postal Circles
Exam Date
Exam Time
Andhra Pradesh (11), 

West Bengal (32)
25-May 2014
02:00 PM to 04:00 PM

Candidates may download the Admit Cards for above stated Postal Circles by Logging into the website.Please keep visiting the website for exam schedules for other Postal Circles & updates. 



Source &  more information http://www.pasadrexam2014.in

RETIRED GOVT EMPLOYEES WILL GET EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES.

Retired Government employees can soon find employment opportunities back in government departments and other social organisations on a voluntary basis.
The Ministry of Personnel and Pensions has launched an initiative to route the skill and experience of retired government employees back into socially useful and constructive work.
“There are 50 lakh government employees today. But there are also 53 lakh retired employees, most of whom can still contribute to nation building exercise. We want to tap their skills and experience through the initiative Sankalp,” Sanjay Kothari, Secretary to the Ministry of Personnel and Pensions, said.
Portal set up
The Ministry has set up a portal where retired Government employees willing to work in different departments or social organisations can register. “We will ask interested employees which city they would like to work, how many days in a week or how many hours a day they would like to work. It is beneficial to them as after retirement, they can still share their skills and experience and get some economic benefits in the process,” he said at a meeting at the Administrative Staff College of India here.
Pilot project
The Ministry is launching this initiative as a pilot project, as its pan-India launch has been delayed due to polls. The pilot will initially cover 500 Central government pensioners on a first-come-first-served basis.
“To sensitise government employees on this initiatives, a workshop is being conducted for those employees due to retire in four months and the scope of the scheme is being explained,” Kothari said.
The UK had shown interest in implementing a similar scheme for its retired employees.


Source: http://www.thehindubusinessline(17-5-14)

Sunday, May 18, 2014

GDS COURT CASE - AN UPDATE

GDS DEPARTMENTALIZATION AND INCLUSION IN 7TH CPC 


DELHI HIGH COURT ORDER DATED 7TH MAY 2014 


IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI
  
  W.P.(C) 168/2014

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES AND ANR.  ...Petitioners
  
  Through: Mr. Uday Gupta and Mr. M.K. Tripathi, Advs.
  
  versus
  
   UNION OF INDIA                                                 ..... Respondent
  
  Through: Dr. Ashwini Bhardwaj, Adv.
  
  CORAM:
  
   HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE RAJIV SHAKDHER
  
   O R D E R
  
   07.05.2014
  
    
1. Dr. Ashwini Bhardwaj enters appearance on behalf of respondents.He seeks and is granted six weeks to file a counter affidavit.

2. Rejoinder, if any, be filed before the next date of hearing.
 

3. To be noted, this matter has been transferred to this Court by virtue of order dated 13.12.2013 passed by the Supreme Court in Writ Petition Civil No.1003/2013 .

4. A perusal of paragraph 3 of the order is indicative of the fact that the Supreme Court in order to avoid multiplicity of proceedings has transferred the matter to this Court.

5. Counsel for the petitioner is advised to ascertain as to whether any writ petition has been filed in any other High Court and, if that be so, whether the aforementioned order of the Supreme Court has been brought to the notice of the concerned High Court.

W.P.(C) 168/2014 page 1 of 2

6. Counsel for the petitioner shall do the needful before the next date of hearing.

  
7. Renotify on 19.9.2014. 


  RAJIV SHAKDHER, J

  MAY 07, 2014



Friday, May 16, 2014

A.P CIRCLE - AIPEU GDS (NFPE) - CIRCULAR No.11 dtd.15-05-2014




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AIPEU Gr.C (CHQ) - NATIONAL LEVEL WORKSHOP ON 26th & 27th MAY 2014 - NEW DELHI

AIPEU Gr.C NATIONAL WORKSHOP at DELHI 

VENUE & STAYAL ARRANGEMENT



AIPEU GROUP-C 
SPECIAL ALL INDIA CONVENTION OF DIVISIONAL / BRANCH SECRETARIES &
CIRCLE SECRETARIES

                                                                      and

NATIONAL WORKSHOP 
ON 
7th PAY COMMISSION MEMORANDUM 
ON 
P-3 SPECIFIC ISSUES
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                         DATE :  26th &27th May 2014
                         Venue:  SHAH AUDITORIUM,
            NO 2, RAJNIWAS MARG, DELHI-110054,
   NEAR METRO STATION, CIVIL LINES (GATES 1 & 3).

STAYAL ARRANGEMENT FOR 25,26 & 27th May 2014 
                         1.
KHAMPUR CHAUPAL ( MARRIAGE HALL)
(NEAR  METRO PILLAR NO 223 & 224)
SHADIPUR METRO STATION – NEAR
( PATEL NAGAR)  NEW PATEL NAGAR ROAD
NEW DELHI- 110008

                        2.
SUBHAM MARRIAGE HALL
(OPP TO SAROJINI NAGAR  DTC BUS DEPOT)
(ADJACENT TO  SAROJINI NAGAR P&T QUARTERS)
AFRICA AVENUE  ROAD

SAROJININAGAR     NEWDELHI – 110023


Secretary General, NFPE meeting with Pay Commission on 29-05-2014

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Monday, May 12, 2014


Post Card placed record in Guinness Book of World Records - Gujrat NEWS

SURAT: While the relevance of the age-old postcard may be debated in the cyber and mobile era, this humble piece of postal stationery helped residents and district administration of Valsad enter the Guinness Book of World Records on Saturday.

The entry is for 'most people sending a postcard from a single location simultaneously'. The people had pooled 17,599 post cards on April 30 that were addressed to their near and dear ones thanking them for participating in the Lok Sabha polls.

The residents of Valsad breezed past the previous record standing in the name of Nalanda Engineering College in Andhra Pradesh from where 14,004 postcards were sent in 2011.

A large number of people from different parts of the district had converged at the sprawling Bulsar District Cricket Association (BDCA) ground on Saturday morning to write the post cards. The entire programme was conducted by Valsad district administration under the leadership of district collector Dr Vikrant Pandey to express gratitude to the voters for the phenomenal turnout during the Lok Sabha polling on April 30. The postcards were written simultaneously by the residents and posted at virtual post offices set up by the Valsad postal department.

A team from Guinness Book of World Records led by its adjudicator Lucia Sinigagliesi from United Kingdom was in Valsad on Saturday to declare that the former record had been successfully broken. The announcement was welcomed amid celebrations marked by bursting of crackers.
Talking to TOI, Dr Vikrant Pandey said, "Voters in Valsad have broken all the past polling records with a huge 73.99 per cent turnout in polling on April 30. To commemorate the biggest achievement, we decided to break a Guinness Record by writing most postcards to the voters from a single location."


Pandey added, "At a time when the habit of writing postcards has almost died, it was a refreshing sight to see students, elderly and youngsters scribble their thoughts on the postcards."