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Thursday, January 31, 2013

EDITORIAL POSTAL CRUSADER FEBRUARY-2013


WE ARE NOT GOING TO SURRENDER.
JOIN THE TWO DAYS STRIKE ON FEBRUARY 20 & 21
               We, the Postal employees, have a proud and inspiring history of participating in the freedom struggle of our country against the British imperialism and in the post-independent India against the onslaughts of the retrograde policies of the Government of India.  Many of our leaders and comrades have sacrificed their life for the cause of the coming generation.  Job security, wages, pension and other service benefits are all the outcome of the struggle and sacrifice of hundreds and thousands of such comrades.  They faced dismissal, removal, suspension, increment cut, transfer to remote places, break-in-service and other severe victimisations.  Dies-non was not at all a punishment for them.  They never complained about wage-cut due to dies-non.  Not even  a single benefit was given by the Government without struggle and consequent heavy victimisations.  1st to 6th Pay Commissions were appointed by the Government only after the united struggle of the employees, each time.
               Now we are facing a very crucial and critical situation.  The ill-effects of the neo-liberal economic policies of the Central Government has become the greatest threat to the survival of the entire working class, especially Central Government employees including five and a half lakhs Postal, R M S and Gramin Dak Sevaks.  The question before us is -Are we able to protect our job security and hard-earned benefits?  Are we ready to fight or are we going to surrender before this attack?  The answer is - No. We are not going to surrender.  We will continue our fight till the imperialist globalisation policies are thrown to winds, just as we have thrown the British imperialism out of our country.   We are not alone, crores and crores of workers and employees are with us in this fight.  We are ready for sacrifice.   We are not going to run away from  our responsibilities.  We shall face the challenge and continue our fight to change the system in our favour.  Ultimate victory will be ours.
               It is this uncompromising spirit and the readiness for sacrifice, that made National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) to join the two-days historic strike of the working class on 2013 February 20, 21.  The strike is being organised by the entire trade unions including INTUC, BMS and the left trade unions.  In the Postal, the strike is organised by Central JCA, including NFPE and the INTUC affiliated FNPO.  This is the first time in the history of India a cent per cent united strike of 48 hours by all the Unions and Federtions is taking place.  More than ten crores workers will participate in the strike.  The working class of India, in one voice, demand the UPA Government to change the imperialist globalisation policies.
               Central Government employees are the first victims of the neo-liberal economic policies pursued by the Central Government from 1991 onwards.  During the last twenty years about eight lakhs posts are abolished.  Still five lakhs posts are lying vacant in various departments.  Many departments are closed or privatised.  More and more casual and contract workers are engaged.  Social security schemes, including statutory Pension scheme are given a go-bye.  Instead, share market oriented contributory Pension scheme is introduced.  Three lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks of the Postal department are denied of their legitimate rights.  Casual, Part-time, contingent employees are not given their due wage revision.  Even compassionate appointments are denied imposing arbitrary restrictions.  Bonus ceiling not raised.  Further the Government has declared the National Postal Policy 2012 which is nothing but a road-map to privatisation of Postal Services by granting licences to the multi-national courier services. 
               The demand for appointment of 7th Pay Commission is not yet accepted, inspite of the thundering success of the 12th December 2012 strike organised by Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers.  As an impact of the strike, all the Central Trade Unions have submitted a memorandum to the Finance Minister to announce constitution of 7th CPC in the February 2013 budget itself.  Still the Government is silent on Pay Commission and merger of 50% DA.  February 20, 21 strike is a continuation of 12th December strike.
               The steep rise in prices of essential commodities, disbanding of the public distribution system, deregulation of petrol and diesel prices , disinvestment of public sector, rise in unemployment, shrinking of employment opportunities, proposed move to amend the labour laws in favour of the employers, attack on social security, denial of assured pension for all, introduction of contract and casual labour system in all sectors, denial of minimum wage of Rs.10,000/- to industrial workers, refusal to remove bonus and PF ceilings etc. are all due to this neo-liberal economic policies.
               The attack is all round.  To save the Postal, to save the Central Govt. departments, to save the public sector, to save the common people and workers of our country including Postal employees the only way out is to fight back these policies.  Let us wholeheartedly join this struggle and make it a historic success.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners enhanced as per revised Concordance Table meant for linking pre-1996, Pre-2006 Pay Scales.

CONCORDANCE TABLE REVISED ON THE BASIS OF 6CPC REVISED PAY FITMENT TABLE APPLICABLE TO POST 2006 CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

After a long battle, Pre-2006 Pensioners and family pensioners have something to cheer. Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare, Ministry of Personnel, Pension Grievances and Pension has issued orders to enhance the pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners and Family Pensioners based on revised Concordance Table meant for linking pre-1996, Pre-2006 Pay Scales. This Concordance Table has been revised on the basis of 6CPC revised pay fitment table applicable to Post 2006 Central Government Employees.
It was a long pending demand of Pre-2006 Pensioners and Family Pensioners right from the day of implementation of Sixth Pay Commission report by Govt in 2008 that revision of pension as per minimum of pay in pay band equivalent to the pre-revised pay scale (Pay Scale w.e.f 1986 and Pay scale w.e.f 1996) had created anomaly among Pensioners retired in lower and higher cadre. This Anomaly in revision of pension as per aggrieved pensioners is due to merger of 5 to 9 pre-revised scales in to one post-2006 Pay in Pay band.
For example, nine pre-revised scales were merged into one Post-2006 Pay band of Rs. 15,600-39,100. Consequently, after revision of pension as per 6CPC recommendations in 2008, a pensioner who retired in (comparatively) lower pre-revised pay scale of Rs.9000-275-9550 (S-17) and a pensioner who retired in (comparatively) higher pre-revised pay scale of Rs.12,000-375-18,000 (S-23) were fixed with same amount of post-2006 revised pension.
In order to set right this anomaly, government has now come up with this Office Memorandum F.No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.01.2013. As per this OM dated 28.01.2013, the concordance table which was used in the earlier Office Memorandum No: OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 01.9.2008 has been revised and the pension of pre-2006 pensioners has been enhanced based on fitment table as per Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure OM No.l/l/2008-IC dated 30th August, 2008, which was issued for fixation of revised pay of Central Government Employees. Similarly, the family pension of Central Government family pensioners has also been enhanced based on revised concordance Table.
To illustrate, this enhanced pension, a pensioner who retired from the pre-1996 (w.e.f 1986) pay scale of Rs.3700-125-4950-150-5700 (S-23) was fixed with post-2006 revised pension of Rs.11,600 as per OM dated 01.09.2008. Now, as per revised concordance Table in OM dated 28.01.2013, the same pensioner would be fixed with a revised enhanced pension of Rs.14,960. The differential enhanced pension in this case would Rs.3360.
However, no arrears of pension will be paid based on this revision of Pension, as the order for enhanced pension would take effect only from 23.09.2012. It has been categorically stated in the OM dated 28.01.2013 that There will be no change in the amount of revised pension/family pension paid during the period 1.1.2006 and 23.9.2012, and, therefore, no arrears will be payable on account of these orders for that period.
The full text of this Office Memorandum F.No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.01.2013 is as follows.
F.No.38/37/08-P&PW(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare
3rd Floor lok Nayak Bhawan
Khan Market, New Delhi-110 003
Dated the 28th January. 2013
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Sub:- Revision of pension of pre-2006 pensioners — reg.
The undersigned is directed to say that in pursuance of Government’s decision on the recommendations of Sixth Central Pay Commission, orders were issued for revision of pension/family pensioners vide this Department’s OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 1 .9.2008. as amended from time to time.
2. It has been decided that the pension of pre-2006 pensioners as revised w.e.f. 1.1.2006 in terms of para 4.1 or para 4.2 of the aforesaid OM dated 1.9.2008. as amended from time to time, would be further stepped up to 50% of the sum of minimum of pay in the pay band and the grade pay corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale from which the pensioner had retired, as arrived at with reference to the fitment tables annexed to the Ministry of Finance. Department of Expenditure OM No.1/1/2008-IC dated 30th August, 2008. In the case of HAG and above scales, this will be 50% of the minimum of the pay in the revised pay scale arrived at with reference to the fitment tables annexed to the above-referred OM dated 30.8.2008 of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure.
3. The normal family pension in respect of pre-2006 pensioners/family pensioners as revised w.e.f. 1.1.2006 in terms of para 4.1 or para 4.2 of the aforesaid OM dated 1.9.2008 would also be further stepped up to 30% of thc sum of minimum of pay in the pay band and the grade pay corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale in which the Government servant had retired, as arrived at with reference to the fitment tables annexed to the Ministry of Finance. Department of Expenditure OM No.1/1/2008-IC dated 30th August. 2008. In the case of HAG and above scales. this will be 30% of the minimum of the pay in the revised pay scale arrived at with reference to the fitment tables annexed to the above OM dated 30.8.2008 of Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure).
4. A revised concordance table (Annexure) of the pre-1996, pre-2006 and post 2006 pay scales/pay bands indicating the pension/family pension (at ordinary rates) payable under the above provisions is enclosed to facilitate payment of revised pension/family pension.
5. The pension so arrived ai in accordance with para 2 above and indicated in Col. 9 of Annexure will be reduced pro-rata, where the pensioner had less than the maximum required service for full pension as per rule 49 of the CCS (Pension) Rules,1972 as applicable before 1.1.2006 and in no case it will be less than Rs.3.500/- p.m.
6. The family pension at enhanced rates (under sub rule (3)(a) of Rule 54 of the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972) of pre-2006 pensioners/family pensioners revised w.e.f. 1.1.2006 in terms of para 4.1 or this Department’s OM No.1/3/2011-P&PW(E) dated 25.5.2012 would be further stepped up in the following manner:
(I) In the case of Government servants who died while in service before 1.1.2006 and in respect of whom enhanced family pension is applicable from the date of approval by the Government, i.e. 24.9.2012, the enhanced family pension will be stepped up to 50% of the sum of minimum of pay in the pay band and the grade pay corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale in which the Government servant had died, as arrived at with reference to the fument tables annexed to the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure OM No.1/1/2008-IC dated 30th August. 2008. In the case of HAG and above scales, this will be 50% of the minimum of the pay in the revised pay scale arrived at with reference to the fitment tables annexed to the above-referred OM dated 30.8.2008 of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure.
(ii) In the case of a pensioner who retired before 1.I.2006 and in respect of whom enhanced family pension is applicable from the date of approval by the Government. i.e. 24.9.2012, the enhanced family pension will be stepped up to the amount of pension as revised in terms of para 2 read with para 5 above. In case the pensioner has died before from the date of approval by the Government, i.e. 24.9.2012, the pension will be revised notionally in terms of para 2 read with para 5 above. The amount of revised enhanced family pension will, however, not be less than the amount of family pension at ordinary rates as revised in terms of para 3 above.
7. In case the pension consolidated pension/family pension/enhanced family pension calculated as per para 4.1 of OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 1.9.2008 is higher than the pension/family pension calculated in the manner indicated above, the same (higher consolidated pension/family pension) will continue to be treated as basic pension/family pension.
8. All other conditions as given in OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 1.9.2008, as amended from time to time shall remain unchanged.
9. These orders will take effect from the date of approval by the Government, i.e. 24.9.2012. There will be no change in the amount of revised pension/family pension paid during the period 1.1.2006 and 23.9.2012, and, therefore, no arrears will be payable on account of these orders for that period.
10. In their application to the persons belonging to the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, these orders issue in consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.
11. All the Ministries/Departments are requested to bring the contents fo these orders to the notice of Controller of Accounts/Pay and Accounts Officers and Attached and subordinate Offices under them on a top priority basis. All pension disbursing offices are also to prominently display these orders on their notice boards for the benefit of pensioners.
12. Hindi version will follow.
sd/-
(Tripti P.Ghosh)
Director

Courtesy : G connect

Friday, January 25, 2013


Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Fixation of pay by taking special allowance to PO and RMS Accountants

Entitled special allowance for the period from 1.8.1997 to 22.04.1998



Consolidated instruction on compassionate appointment - regarding

GUIDE LINES AND CEILING RATES FOR LIVER TRANSPLANT SURGERY2013

CLARIFICATION ON ORDERS ISSUED ON 01/01/2013 REGARDING INVESTIGATIONS AT CGHS EMPANELLED DIAGNOSTIC CENTRES-ORDER DATED 15/01/2013

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES GROUP INSURANGE SCHEME-1980: TABLE OF BENEFITS FROM 01.01.2013 TO 31.12.2013

REVISED NORMS FOR THE OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES AT SPEED POST SORTING HUBS, INTRA-CIRCLE HUBS AND COMPUTERISED REGISTRATION CENTRES.


D.G. Posts No. 28-8/2011-D Dated 17.01.2013.
Reference is invited to the Directorate Memo No. 30-64/2009-D dated 08.10.2009, vide which ad-hoc norms for processing of Speed articles at Speed Post Centres were circulated. Attention is also drawn to the Directorate Memo No. 28-5/2006-D dated 13.09.2006, vide which norms for processing of registered articles at Computerized Registration Centres (CRs) were circulated.
2.         The matter relating to revision of norms for various activities at Speed Post Sorting Hubs, Intra-Circle Hubs and CRCs was under examination at this Directorate . Based on the Wok Study undertaken by the Directorate with respect to Speed Post operations at Speed Post Centres (restructured as ‘Sorting Hubs’ as part of Mail Network Optimization Project) and extension of operational processes followed at  Speed Post Hubs and Intra-Circle Hubs to the CRCs, norms for various activities have been revised. The revised norms are given at the Annexure and would be applicable to Speed Post Sorting Hubs and Intra-Circle Hubs as well as CRCs.
3.         The revised norms for activities at Speed Post Sorting Hubs, Intra-Circle Hubs and CRCs would be applicable with immediate effect.
            This issues with the concurrences of Integrated Finance Wing and approval of Secretary (Posts)
Sd/-
(Rishikesh)
Director (Mail Management)

Annexure

REVISED NORMS FOR ACTIVITIES AT SPEED POST SORTING HUBS, INTRA-CIRCLE HUBS AND COMPUTERIZED REGISTRATION CENTRES (CRCS).

Item
Item of Work
Revised time factor(
 in minutes)
01
Switching on and opening of computer by user
2.00
02
Receipt of bag
0.166 rounded to 0.17
03
Examination & opening of bags
0.5
04
Examination of articles received
0.11
05
Scanning of article in receipt
0.44 (25 articles per minute or 1500 per hour)
06
Sorting of articles
0.063 (950 articles per hour)
07
Scanning of article for dispatch
0.04 (25 articles per minute)
08
Generation of list
0.40
09
Closing of bags
1.00
10
Preparation ofmail  lists
0.20
11
Opening/examination/sorting and preparation of bundles
0.15
12
(i) Dispatch of Mail
(ii)Receipt of bag from sorter
(iii) Preparation of TBs
(iv)Dispatch of mail
1 minute per bag
13
Misc. work/irregularities
10% of total work hours.
14
Clicking shift end and switching off computer by SA/RSA
1.33
15
Supervisor
1 on 6 SAs/RSAs.
On less than 6 SAs/RSAs, coefficient of 1.20 hrs. is required to be given on each SA/RSA

Note: Articles for the purpose of CRC include ‘High Value Money Orders (HVMOs).

Monday, January 21, 2013

EDITORIAL - BHARTIYA POST FEBRUARY - 2013

 February 20,21,2013 General Strike - Let us write its historic success

In the National Convention of Workers called by the 11 Central Trade Unions including INTUC, CITU, AITUC, BMS etc., a clarion call was made to organise Two Days Strike on 20-21 February 2013 against the anti-worker policies of the Government and demanding settlement of the issues of the workers, especially in the unorganised sector.

The National Convention of Workers held on 4th September, 2012 in the capital expressed its deep concern and anguish at the total non-response of the Govt. to address the burning Issues of the working people viz containing price-rise, universalisation of social security rights for unorganized sector workers, ensuring proper minimum wages, mass scale contractorisation, rampant violation of labour laws and onslaught on trade union rights etc., despite consistent persuasion by all in united platform of the entire trade union movement in the country through various forms of countrywide programmes and agitations in a democratic manner since last three years. The workers continuous agitations over the years have been simply ignored and side lined and there is no sign of turn the tables on its own by the present Government. 

The Govt. is continuing the same anti people economic policy even seeking to enact legislations in all sectors like FDI in retail and pension that run contrary to the interest of working people and their social security rights besides generating a severe recessionary impact on the national economy.

When all the central trade unions irrespective of their political affiliation are united and issued a strike call to save the nation and its working class in particular, all the other trade unions and organisations have no the only option to fall line with the main stream of the working class and accordingly all the National Federations, All India Unions etc. have already endorsed the strike call of all the central trade unions and preparing for an effective strike. As usual, in its own traditions and the policy decision, the NFPE has already decided and declared to go on strike as per the decisions of the Confederation and started preparations. FNPO has also decided to join the strike and accordingly in the postal sector, the call was given on behalf of the Postal JCA by incorporating the sectional demands of the postal and CG employees’ demands.

The Confederation and the Postal JCA have already released its tour programme to organise the workers for the effective participation in the strike. We cannot be in isolation when the entire working class agitate to save the workers and the common people from the retrograde policies of the present Government. Even though we may have some local problems to organise another strike within two months, we must take it as a challenge and see the cent per cent participation of our membership. It is possible and we are capable of it. We are not going to lose big things except the wages. But it will certainly realise the Govt that the workers are having the right to strike and will not tolerate any decisions affecting the working class and the common people at large.

Never before in the history of the country there has been a nation-wide general strike for two days. There are no such instances in the past where trade unions irrespective of their political affiliations have come together in this manner.

It is our boundan duty to make the strike an historic success in the postal sector. Please organise Gate Meetings and organise comrades for the massive participation in the ensuing strike. Please visit all offices and garner support from all corners duly explaining the justification of demands and our role and responsibilities. Let us take pledge and organise for the ensuing strike.

2013 FEBRUARY 20, 21 – ALL INDIA TWO DAYS STRIKE
POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GDS (NFPE)
NATIONAL UNION OF GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS (FNPO)

COMBINED CAMPAIGN TOUR PROGRAMME OF ALL INDIA LEADERS NFPE/FNPO
Sl. No.
Circle
Place & Date
Leaders attending  (Comrades)
1.
Andhra Pradesh
14.02.2013
Hyderabad
NFPE
R. Sivannarayana G/S P-3
S.K. Humayun  P-4
C.H. Koleshwa AGS R-3
A.N. Srinivas AGS-R-4
T Satyanarayana GS P/A
K. Ramachandran, AGS(CHQ)- Admn.
Kishan Singh , SBCO
 P. Pandurangarao, G/S,GDS (NFPE)
FNPO
Sri T.N. RAHATE, President FNPO &
Sri D. Theagarajan, Secretary General, FNPO
2.
Assam
11.02.2013
Guwahati
NFPE
L.P. Saikia- Org. G/S-P-3
Ramani Bhattacharjee P-3
Moinul Huqe P-4
G. Talukdar AGS R-3
Ajit Ch. Das VP R-4
Biswajit Das C/S P/A
B.C. Deka , AGS(CHQ) – Admn.
Ramesh Sharma C/S (GDS)
G. Acharya V/P , GDS(NFPE)
G. Gohain, AG/COC
FNPO
Sri Deepak Mukherjee, Working President, NUR ’C’
3.
Bihar
13.02.2013
Patna
NFPE
U.K. Tiwari  Org. G/S P-3
S.K. Humayun  P-4
S.K. Bardhan President R-3
Rajesh Kapoor AGS R-4
Gopal Krishna Sharma AGS-P/A
Sohan Prasad, AGS (CHQ), Admn.
N.K. Bajpai, SBCO
Chandra Narayan Chaudhary, C/S –GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri Ashok Kumar, Circle Secretary, P-IV
4.
Chattisgarh
14.02.2013
Raipur
NFPE
S.A. Hameed Org. G/S P-3
B.R. Kumbhkar P-4
B.P. Ganak V/P R-3
P. Suresh G/S R-4
K. Krishna Rao, Org. Secy. P/A
FNPO
Sri Sunilkumar Pandey, Circle Secretary,NUR ’C’
5.
Delhi
15.02.2013
New Delhi
NFPE
R. Sivannarayana G/S P-3
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3
P. Suresh G/S R-4
D.S. Chauhan, AGS, P/A
FNPO
Sri O.P. Khanna, General Secretary, AIPAOA
6.
Gujarat
14.02.2013
Ahamedabad
NFPE
Mangesh Parab Working President P-3
S.T.Terryia P-4
M.P. John AGS R-3
K.L. Thadvi AGS R-4
S.K. Brahmania Asst. Fin. Secy. , P/A
R.S. Dhali, AGS (CHQ) Admn.
V.K. Valand, SBCO
Smt. Ashaben V. Joshi, GSD(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri C.P. Nayi, President, NUPE PM & MTS
7.
Haryana
08.02.2013
Ambala
NFPE
Balwinder Singh Financial Secy. P-3
Mahabir Singh Treasurer P-4
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4
Jasbir Singh C/S , P/A
Manjit Singh , Ex-GS (Admn)
Rajiv , SBCO
Akshaya Kumar, GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri T.N. RAHATE, President FNPO
8.
Himachal Pradesh
11.02.2013
Shimla
NFPE
H.P. Diwakar ,P-3
Jagdish Prasad Treasurer R-3
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4
K.S. Rana Sin. Secy. , P/A
T.P . Sharma OS,(CHQ) Admn.
FNPO
Sri Ashok Sharma, Circle Secretary, NUPE PM & MTS
9.
Jammu & Kashmir
06.02.2013
Jammu
NFPE
Balwinder Singh Financial Secy. P-3
Jagdish Prasad Treasurer R-3
FNPO
Sri O.P. Khanna, General Secretary, AIPAOA
10.
Jharkhand
14.02.2013
Ranchi
NFPE
U.K. Tiwari Org. S/G P-3
B.R. Kumbhkar P-4
Anuj Kumar ATS R-3
Manoj Kumar R-4
FNPO
Sri Ashok Singh, Circle Secretary, NUR ’C’
11.
Karnataka
08.02.2013
Bangalore
NFPE
K.V. Sridharan Ex. G/S  P-3
R. Seethalaxmi  P-4
P.V. Rajendran V/P R-3
K. Lakshmi Pathi VP R-4
D.K. Shivanna Woring President, P/A
T. Satyanarayana, G/S P/A
M.D/. Narayanmuthy OS (CHQ) Admn.
B.R. Jagdeesh, AGS, GDS(NFPE)
K. Kalpesh C/S GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri Shivakumar, Asst Secretary General, FNPO
12.
Kerala
06.02.2013
Trivandrum
NFPE
C. P. Shobana Vice President P-3
T.K. Sivadasan P-4
P.V. Rajendran V/P R-3
P Sugesh AGS R-4
T.P. Ravindran, AGS , P/A
P. Satheesh Kumar, OS(CHQ), Admn.
V. Murukan, Fin. Secy. GSD(NFPE)
Mohanan, SBCO
Abhilesh Babu, SBCO
FNPO
Sri P.U. Muralidharan, General Secretary, NUGDS
13.
Madhya Pradesh
13.02.2013
Bhopal
NFPE
S.A. Hameed  Org. G/S P-3
R.K. Yadav P-4
B.P. Ganak V/P R-3
N R Malivya VP R-4
J.S. Rajput, V/P. , P/A
S.K. Jaiswal, SBCO
Vijay Kumar4 Sharma , GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri Jaiswal, Circle Secretary, NAPEC
14.
Maharashtra
13.02.2013
Mumbai
NFPE
Mangesh Parab Working President P-3
N. Gopalkrishnan Working President P-3
I.S. Dabas G/S P-4
H.M. Gedam AGS R-3
D.M. Sonwane President R-4
B.M. Kishore, V /P..P/A
U.S. Chakraborty (Admn)
S.P. Kulkarni, President, SBCO
FNPO
B.S. Kashid, Dy Secretary General, FNPO
15.
North East
12.02.2013
Shillong
NFPE
L.P. Saikia- Org. G/S-P-3
Ramani Bhattacharjee P-3
Moinul Huqe P-4
G. Talukdar AGS R-3
Ajit Ch. Das VP R-4
Biswajit Das C/S P/A
B.C. Deka AGS (CHQ), Admn.
G. Acharjee , GDS(NFPE)
Smt. Supravapal, AGS (GDS) NFPE
G. Gohain, AG/COC
FNPO
Sri Doling, Asst Circle Secretary, NAPEC
16.
Orissa
15.02.2013
Bhubaneswar
NFPE
R.C. Mishra P-3
D.B. Mohanti  P-4
R.N. Dhal AGS R-3
Dipenkar Dey AGS R-4
Nanda Kishore Das , Org. Secy. P/A
S.S. Samant, OS (CHQ), Admn.
Nirmal Ch. SinghWorking President, GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri T.N. RAHATE, President FNPO
17.
Punjab
07.02.2013
Chandigarh
NFPE
Balwinder Singh Financial Secy. P-3
Mahabir Singh Treasurer P-4
K.P. Singh AGS R-3
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4
K.S. Deepa , C.S. , P/A
Manjit Singh , Ex. GS (Admn)
Baldev Raj Sharma, SBCO
Avtar Singh, C/S GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri T.N. RAHATE, President FNPO
18.
Rajasthan
16.02.2013
Jaipur
NFPE
H.P. Diwakar ,P-3
Manohar Lal Sen ,P-4
Giri Raj Singh, G/S R-3
Tirath Prakash, AGS R-4
R.S. Gujar, V/P , P/A
V.K. Jain, SBCO
FNPO
Sri Muthu, Circle Secretary, AIPAOA, FNPO
19.
Tamil Nadu
09.02.2013
Chennai
NFPE
A. Veeramani AGS P:-3
Gopugovindrajan ,P-4
M.B. Sukumar ,AGS R-3
K. Rajendran , AGS R-4
Santosh Kumar, President, P/A
Com. T.N. Nagrajan (Admn)
S. Appanraj, SBCO
R. Dhanraj Dy. GS, GDS(NFPE)
KC Ramachandran AGS, GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri D. Theagarajan, Secretary General, FNPO
20.
Uttar Pradesh
14.02.2013
Lucknow
NFPE
Subhash Mishra AGS P-3
Vikram Shah P-4
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3
Dinesh Chand Goutam AGS R-4
S.B. Yadav, Dy. G/S. , P/A
Virendra Tewary, SBCO
Promod Kumar Singh, Working President,GSD(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri. A.H. Siddiqui, General Secretary, R-IV
21.
Uttarakhand
12.02.2013
NFPE
Subhash Mishra AGS P-3
Vikram Shah P-4
R.K. Gupta R-3
FNPO
Sri. N.K. Tyagi, Asst General Secretary, NUR ‘C’
22.
West Bengal
14.02.2013
Kolkata
NFPE
G.D. Maity AGS P-3
Subroto Banarjee P-4
S.K. Bardhan President R-3
Dipenkar Dey AGS R-4
P.K. Das Gupta, AGS, P/A
S.P. Mukherjee, V.P. (NFPE) (Admn)
Asit Das, SBCO
Bijoy Gopal Sur, President, GDS(NFPE)
FNPO
Sri Sekar Mukherji, Asst Secretary General, FNPO

INSTRUCTIONS:
  1.    All General Secretaries are requested to suggest the name of their leaders for each circle and also any change in dates.  Name of the same leader should not be given for the same date in another circle.
  2.    Leaders whose names are given should compulsorily attend the meeting.
  3.    Change of dates (once finalized by Central JCA) will be allowed only if there are convincing reasons.
  4.    Circle Secretaries of NFPE & FNPO should take initiative to arrange the joint meeting.  They should consult each other and finalise the programme.
  5.    Maximum publicity should be given to campaign programme and maximum participation of employees should be ensured.
  6.    Circle Unions / Divisional Unions should make maximum effort to make the strike a grand success.  Joint campaign programmes by Circle / Divisional Union Leaders may be organized in all Circles / Divisions.
  7.    Joint Strike notice will be served on 22.01.2013 to Secretary, Department of Posts.  Copy may be served to all Circle / Divisional heads also.  Copy of the strike notice may be down loaded from websites of NFPE / FNPO & affiliated Unions.
  8.    All the Unions and Federations of Postal Department are participating in the 2 days  strike, make the strike cent per cent.

          M.KRISHNAN                                                                       D.THEAGARAJAN
Secretary General, NFPE                                                            Secretary General, FNPO