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Friday, April 20, 2018

All Circle, Divisional and Branch Secretaries are requested to make maximum efforts to make one day Dharna on 25th April 2018 for settlement of long pending demands of P3 sectional issues in front of all CPMG Offices by mobilizing maximum members to participate in Dharna.
 
R. N. Parashar
General Secretary

ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP 'C'
CHQ: 2151/1, D. G. Bhawan, New Patel Road, N. D.- 110008

Ref: P/4-4/Demands                                                                                                 Dated – 05.03.2018

To,

Shri. A. N. Nanda,
Secretary
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhawan New Delhi – 110001

Sir,

Sub: -  Undue and arbitrary delay in considering the staff problems pertaining to Group ‘C’

This union is constrained to bring it to your kind notice that despite various correspondences and discussions, there is not even an inch improvement in major problems pertaining to the Group ‘C’ cadre. Even the assured items in the earlier meetings have not been resolved till now.

Many issues raised by this union remain unsettled over years together. The Central Working committee meeting of this union held at Patna on 26.02.2018 & 27.02.2018, after thread bare discussions has resolved to submit the details of pending issues to your kind notice for immediate settlement and in the event of non-settlement, it was decided organize action programme culminating to direct action shortly.

The issues in which there is no settlement or improvement so far are compiled in the form of charter of demands is enclosed along with this letter.

It is pertinent to say that we have been forced to launch programme of action despite the fact that we intend peace and amity purely due to the lethargic and protracted delay in disposal of staff grievances and demands by the Directorate.

It is requested to intervene and settle the problems contained in the Charters to ensure industrial peace and tranquility.

May I seek your response Sir,

With profound regards,

DA: as above

Yours sincerely,


(R.N.Parashar)
General Secretary

Copy to: -
Director (SR & Legal) for information & N/A
Secretary General, NFPE
Com. J.Ramamurthy, President, CHQ
All CHQ office bearers/Circle secretaries
Press

CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1.      (a) Fill up all vacant posts of PA Cadre
      (b) Fill up all vacant posts of HSG-I, HSG-II before implementation of cadre restructuring after giving one time relaxation in recruitment rules.

2.      Implement CSI after RICT and after developing proper infrastructure.

3.      Stop harassment and victimization under contributory negligence factor, trade union victimization, in the name of implementation of new schemes and to achieve unscientific targets.

4.      Stop outsourcing, privatization and contractorization.

5.      Declare result of membership verification.


PROGRAMME OF ACTION

1.      Lunch hour demonstration on 12th & 13th March 2018.

2.      Black Badge wearing on 20th & 21st March 2018 containing demands.

3.      Mass Dharna in front of all Chief PMGs offices on 25th April 2018.

4.      Indefinite Strike – Date will be announced later with consultation to NFPE.

LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO AAO CADRE OF IP&TAFS GROUP 'B' FOR THE YEAR 2018-19: DEPARTMENT OF POSTS

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FAQS ON RECRUITMENT RULES - DOPT

Thursday, April 19, 2018


CALLING FOR APPLICATIONS TO WORK ON DEPUTATION BASIS AT RAKNPA, GHAZIABAD FROM DEPARTMENTAL OFFICIALS FROM THE CADRE OF PA/SA   TO VIEW PLEASE CLICK HERE.


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FORM PLUS - CONSOLIDATED FORMS
USED IN DEPARTMENTS

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

CHILD CARE LEAVE (CCL) – CLARIFICATION REG.
DOP ORDER

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GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF

CHILDREN EDUCATION ALLOWANCE CLAIM

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DARPAN-PLI APP WAS LAUNCHED BY SHRI MANOJ SINHA

Ministry of Communications
DARPAN-PLI App was launched by Shri Manoj Sinha

          Hon’ble Minister of Communications Shri Manoj Sinha today launched here the DARPAN-PLI App, which will help in collection of premium for PLI and RPLI policies at Branch Post Offices anywhere in India, with online updation of the policies. Further, with launch of this App, indexing of maturity claims in respect of PLI and RPLI polices can be done at Branch Post Office itself, upon which the insurant will immediately be provided with the request number for further references. Shri Sinha said that these two initiatives will help Department of Posts in providing better after-sales service to customers of PLI and RPLI, particularly those living in rural areas of the country.

            Shri Sinha said, with a view to achieve total digitisation of postal operations in the country, under the IT Modernisation Plan, Department of Posts has launchedDIGITAL ADVANCEMENT OF RURAL POST OFFICE FOR A NEW INDIA (DARPAN) Project, which aims at connecting all 1.29 lakh Rural Branch Post Offices in the country to enable them to do online Postal and Financial Transactions. Hand held devices with SIM connectivity and solar power backup are being installed in all Branch Post Offices in the Country. The total Project cost is more than Rs.1300 crores. 61,941 Branch Post Offices have been rolled out under DARPAN Project as on 11th April 2018.
            The Hand-held devices installed under DARPAN Project will ensure improvement in the quality of Postal services being offered in remote rural areas. Customers in these areas can now avail the facility of online Core Banking, booking of Registered and Speed Post articles, booking of Money Orders, deposit of Postal Life Insurance / Rural Postal Life Insurance premium and indexing of PLI / RPLI maturity claims through hand-held devices being used at branch post offices.

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Payment of dearness relief to re-employed pensioners and employed family pensioners: Clarification thereof.
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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Ref: Confdn/Genl/2016-19                                                                                       Dated – 14.03.2018
“DEFEAT THE DISASTROUS NEO-LIBERAL POLICIES
DEFEAT THE ANTI-LABOUR RULING CLASS POLITICS BEHIND IT”
10th JUNE 2018-HYDERABAD
STRIKE DECLARATION NATIONAL CONVENTION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
Venue             :           SUNDARAIYYA VIGNANA KENDRAM, BAGALINGAMPALLY, HYDERABAD
Time                :           10 AM to 5 PM
Dear Comrades,
Attack on the working class and peasants as a whole and Central Government Employees in particular are mounting day by day. The entire working class and peasantry are on struggle path. The farmers long march in Maharashtra is the latest mass struggle. None of the 7th CPC related demands of Central Government Employees are settled. The assurance given by the Group of Ministers to the NJCA leaders regarding increase in Minimum Pay and Fitment formula is in paper even after a lapse of 20 months. Now the Finance Minister has replied in Parliament that “no change in Minimum Pay and Fitment formula is at present under consideration”. Employees who joined service after 01.01.2004 are retiring with a megre pension of 1000 to 2000 rupees only under the NPS Scheme. In effect, New Pension System has become No Pension System. Six lakhs posts are lying vacant for the last many years and now Govt. has issued orders to abolish all posts lying vacant for more than five years. HRA arrears, MACP Bench mark, Option-I for pensioners – Govt. is not ready to reconsider their stand. Three lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks of the Postal department are waiting for two years for their legitimate wage revision. Exploitation of Casual and contract workers continue and equal pay for equal work is denied to them. Large scale outsourcing and privatization has become the order of the day. Privatisation of Railways and outsourcing of the work done by Defence employees are in full swing. 12 out of 17 Govt. of India Printing Presses are ordered to be closed. Same is the fate with other departmental printing presses including Railway printing presses. Autonomous body employees and pensioners are denied their rightful wage revision and pension revision due to the stringent conditions imposed by the Finance Ministry. Compassionate appointments have become a mirage.
Trade Union rights are denied. Orders banning dharna and demonstrations are issued. The draconian FR 56 (j) and Pension Rules 48 are misused as a short-cut to punish and victimize employees. JCM forums have become mere talking shops without any positive results. Recognition under CCS (RSA) Rules are delayed and Departmental Councils have become dead in many departments. Govt. sponsored unions are given undue patronage. Recognition of fighting organisations are withdrawn on flimsy grounds and trade union facilities are denied to the Chief Executives of recognised Associations.
It is in this background the National Secretariat of Confederation of Central Government employees & Workers has decided to fight back these retrograde policies by mobilizing the entire Central Government employees by unleashing intensive campaign throughout the country culminating in strike. To declare the compaign programme and the strike, a “National Convention of Central Government Employees” will be held at Hyderabad on 10th June 2018 Sunday from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Eminent trade Union leaders will attend the Convention. Venue of the National Convention is Sundaraiyya Vigmana Kendra, Bagalingampally, Hyderabad. About 1000 delegates from all states will attend the Convention.
The following quota is fixed for affiliates and COCs outside Andhra and Telangana. C-O-C Andhra & Telangana shall mobilise 500 delegate.
Sl.
Name of affiliate/COC
No. of delegates – quota fixed
1.
National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE)
150
2.
Income Tax Employees Federation (ITEF)
50
3.
All India Audit & Accounts Association
20
4.
All India Civil Accounts Employees Association
30
5.
National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
10
6.
All India Ground Water Board Employees Association
10
7.
Geological Survey of India Employees Association
10
8.
All other affiliated organisations
           5  each
9.
C-O-C Delhi
5
10.
C-O-C Utter Pradesh
5
11.
C-O-C West Bengal
10
12.
C-O-C Kerala
10
13.
C-O-C Tamilnadu
10
14.
All other C-O-Cs
          5 each
15.
Andhra & Telangana C-O-C
500
All affiliates and COCs are requested to issue separate circulars fixing quota to each organisation/units.
All delegates may be instructed to book their up and down travel tickets immediately as train tickets reservation commences four months before. Food and Accommodation to delegates will be arranged by the C-O-C Andhra & Telangana, Hyderabad. Delegate fee is fixed as Rs.500/- (Rs. Five hundred only) per head. For other details C-O-Cs and affiliates are requested to contact the following.
1.      Com. Azeez, GS, C-O-C                                         -           09848082697
2.      Com. V. Nageswara Rao, Presidnet, COC                -           09912348233
3.      Com. Usha Boneppalli, ITEF                                  -           08985971009
4.      Com. Balakrishna, ITEF                                         -           08985970999 
As Hyderabad is a Famous tourist centre, those delegates who want to go for sightseeing should arrange it on 9th or 11th June. Everybody should attend the convention on 10.06.2018 from 10 AM to 5 PM without fail.
CHARTER OF DEMANDS
1.      Settle 7th CPC related issues including increase in Minimum Pay and Fitment Formula, HRA arrears, MACP Bench Mark, Option-I for pensioners etc.
2.      Withdraw contributory Pension Scheme (NPS). Ensure defined pension under CCS (Pension) Rules 1972 to all employees appointed on or after 01.01.2004.
3.      Fill up all vacant posts. Withdraw the orders to abolish all vacant posts lying vacant for five eyars. Create justified posts for excess work. Evolve proper mechanism for Regional recruitment. Stop engagement of retired persons.
4.      (a) Regularise Gramin Dak Sevaks and grant Civil Servant status. Implement positive recommendations of Kamalesh Chandra Committee report.
(b) Regularise all casual and contract workers. Evolve a new scheme for regularization of Casual and Contract Workers.
5.   Ensure equal pay for equal work as per Supreme Court judgment and grant parity in wages and pay scales.
6.   Stop closure of Govt. establishments. Withdraw closure orders of Govt. of India Presses. Stop outsourcing and privatization of Government functions.
7.   Avoid abnormal delay in extending benefits of 7th CPC to Autonomous body employees and pensioners.
8.   Remove 5% condition imposed on compassionate appointments. Grant appointment in all deserving cases.
9.   Grant five time-bound promotions to all employees on completion of 8, 7, 6, 5 & 4 years of service.
10. (a) stop attack on Trade Union rights. Avoid delay in conducting verification of Membership under CCS (RSA) Rules 1993. Declare results and grant recognition in a time-bound manner. Ensure prompt functioning of various negotiating forums under JCM scheme at all levels.
      (b) Withdraw the draconian FR 56(j) and Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules 1972 which is misused as a short-cut to punish and victimize employees.
NATIONAL SECRETARIAT MEETING ON 9TH JUNE 2018-3 PM
National Secretariat meeting of the Confederation will be held on 09.06.2018 at Hyderabad at 3 PM to finalise the campaign programme and strike. All National Secretariat members are requested to attend the meeting WITHOUT FAIL. Please book your travel tickets accordingly.
STOP CLOSURE OF GOVT. OF INDIA PRINTING PRESSES
MASS PROTEST DHARNA
NEW DELHI – 27.04.2018 – 10 AM
National Federation of Printing, Stationery & Publications Employees (NFPSPE) and Confederation Delhi State Committee will jointly organize a mass protest Dharna at New Delhi (Venue will be decided later) on 27th April 2018 at 10 AM. Available National Secretariat Members at New Delhi shall also attend the Dharna programme. It is also decided to have another round of discussion with authorities through JCM (NC) staff side at the earliest.
ALL INDIA WOMEN’S TRADE UNION WORKSHOP
C-O-C Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow) will decide the Venue and dates of the workshop in consultation with CHQ. Details will be informed later.
Fraternally your’s
(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
Mob: 09447068125
Email: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com