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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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A SAD NEWS

Com. D.K. MUKHARJEE, President, AIPAEA, PATNA (Bihar Circle) passed away yesterday morning as he suffered with a massive heart attack while in office.


He is a very committed leader of AIPAEA and NFPE . He faced compulsory transfer for his Union Activities. It is a great loss to AIPAEA and NFPE. 

He left behind his wife and only daughter. No words to console except sharing their sorrow.

NFPE and AIPAEA dip our flag in memory of this valiant comrade.

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Monday, July 29, 2013

Details/Pattern of Postal/Sorting Assistant (PA/SA) Phase-II Exam 2013 (Computer/Typing Test)

Now as Postal Department started publishing the List of Shortlisted Candidates for Paper-II based on the performance in Paper-I(Aptitude Test), its time now to understand the details of Paper-II (Computer Typing/Data Entry Test) & Practice it.

Results of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, North East, Odisha, West Bengal and Kerala Postal Circles already stands published in the official website.

Results of Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Bihar, Haryana, Himanchal Pradesh and Rajasthan Circles are expected soon.

Here is the list of number of candidates shortlisted from each Circle based on the results declared so far.

Name of Circle
No. of Shortlisted Candidates for Paper-II
Andhra Pradesh
2115
Gujarat
983
Karnataka
612
Maharashtra
1947
Tamil Nadu
1783
Assam
2114
Chhattisgarh
330
Jharkhand
640
Madhya Pradesh
1097
North East
153
Odisha
749
West Bengal
2023
Kerala
1000

Pattern of Paper-II (Computer / Typing Test):
The Typing Test shall be for a duration of 30 minutes (15 minutes each for Typewriting and data entry) consisting of one passage of 450 words in English or 375 words in Hindi to be typed with a minimum speed of 30/25 words per minute respectively & Data entry of some figures and letters each carrying equal marks on Computers.

The typing test and test of data entry operations will be conducted on Computer key board but not on type writer.

Note: The final merit shall be prepared on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by the Applicants in the Aptitude Test (Paper I) only subject to their qualifying in Computer/Typing test ( Paper II). ie, there will be no marks for Typing/Data entry test. You have to just qualify the minimum criteria in Paper-2 and final merit list shall be prepared on the basis of marks of Paper-I only.

PENSIONERS PORTAL ORDERS - CLARIFICATION ON ISSUE OF IDENTITY CARDS TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT PENSIONERS

PENSIONERS PORTAL ORDERS – 23rd MEETING OF STANDING COMMITTEE OF VOLUNTARY AGENCIES (SCOVA) SCHEDULED TO BE HELD IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 2013 UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF HON’BLE MOS (PP)

Saturday, July 27, 2013

SETTLEMENT OF MINUS BALANCES IN SB ACCOUNTS - DRAFT REPLY

From                                                                                                      .07.2013

To
The Sr. Superintendent of  Pos.,


Sir, 

Sub:  Settlement of minus balances in SB Accounts at ......... – Reg.

Ref:  SSPOs., Letter No……………..…………………….. dated …………………..
                                                                        …..

With  reference  to  the  letter    cited ,  it has been mentioned  that , there is negligence on my part, on the  noted  SB accounts  which  resulted  in   minus balance  on the said accounts. Based   on that, a recovery of Rs……………. is  proposed  to be made from my pay and allowances.

In this connection  ,  I am to submit  the  following  for  your   kind  consideration and for issue of  favourable orders.

1.  Rule 18 of PO SB General Rules, 1981 empower the Postal Department to recover any excess paid amount paid to the depositor as arrears of Land Revenue from the depositors. Hence I request to initiate action as per the Rule ibid for settlement of the Minus Balance.

2. Further, I was not given any of the  copy of  documents, by which , establishing  that I was actually responsible for the  minus balance, since the noted  dates of transactions were between the year …………… to ……………..  For eg. copy of  nominal role, user code maintenance record containing authorization on the software, print out copy of  my pass word usage on the  said transactions, copy of LOTs concerned , SO SB OM Register, SBCO OM register , SB 46 registers etc. Though, instructed in the  ref., I was not allowed to pursue  with the connected vouchers/supplied with copies of records etc. This is totally a denial of   natural   justice.

3. As per Rule 48 (ii) of PO SB Manual Volume I, the  Ledger Assistant at  HO   should post the entries in the ledgers concerned and any discrepancy  noticed should be  booked into. This was not done in this  case  and  the part of  S.O. SB  is completely hided ,  with a motive to favour on selected interests.

4. As per  Rule 92 (2)  (i) , (ii) , (iii), (v) and Rule 92(3) of PO SB Manual Volume I, Objection registers should be maintained with recordings of  difference in balances at SO SB and  SBCO and  extract should be  sent to S.O.s  to rectify then and there. Monthly statement of the pending objections should be sent to the AO ICO (SB) and  Senior Superintendent to take further action. These were not done in this case and if so  the relevant  records should be  given access to the charged official  to prove his  innocence. 

5. Since  there are  agreements made by the  SBCO   years-to-gether, and list of balances verified through the authorities concerned,     for  any reported  left over/excess/short entries in manual  ledgers/computers  of ……..  years  back,  the official working at S.O. level should not be selectively cornered.

6. As per  Standard Inspection Questionnaire prescribed by the Department , vide  para 27 (ii) and  32(c) checks should be  made by the Inspecting authorities for verification of balances through issuance of SB 46 notices to the depositors concerned, and verification of SO balances concerned with  HOs and  nothing  seems to be done in this case for the past …………….. years and  failure, if any,  is now rushed to be fixed only on the part of  SO level, leaving the Inspecting authorities/Mail Overseers  in a biased manner.

7. No sub- ordinate officers/ inspecting  authorities/SO SB/SBCO officials, are issued with notices  for  recovery of pay, on whose part there are many such  lapses in such of those  cases, and I should not be  singled out for any recovery  in this case.

8. As per Rule 106 of P&T Man. Vol. III , any recovery can be  imposed only when it is established, and in  this case it was not done.

9. As per  Rule 107 of P&T Man.Vol. III ,  the Disc. Authority should  correctly assess in a realistic manner the contributory negligence, and while determining any  omission or lapses on the  loss considered and the extenuating circumstances in which  the duties were performed by the official, shall be given due weight,  but  nothing has been done in this case.

In view of above, it is requested  that   I may be allowed  to go through the  records pertaining  to the periods covered/ supplied with the copies of records as said above,  under which  such  minus balances occurred. Thereafter, I shall give my final reply in this connection.

Thanking you Sir,

Yours faithfully,



EDITORIAL - BHARTIYA POST, AUGUST 2013

THE MESSAGE IS LOUD AND CLEAR
AWAKE, ARISE, UNITE

The 9th Federal Council of NFPE held at Hyderabad from 9th to 13th June 2013, gave a clarion call to the five lakhs Postal and RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) to be ready for an indefinite strike, in case our demand for setting up of seventh Central Pay Commission (CPC) and merger of DA with pay is rejected by the Central Government. The conference in one voice also demanded the Government to withdraw the Contributory Pension Scheme and scrap the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) Bill. It further decided that even if Pay Commission is appointed, if the Government refuse to include the revision of wages and service conditions of GDS in the term of reference of the CPC and grant the DA merger benefit to GDS, entire employees shall go on indefinite strike.

The Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers, the united fighting organisation of Central Government Employees, in its 24th National Conference held at Kolkata from 4th to 6th May 2013 has taken a historic decision to go on indefinite strike demanding constitution of seventh CPC, DA merger, scrapping of New Pension Scheme and the settlement of the 15 point charter of demands. The decision of the Confederation clearly reflected the aspiration and commitment of about 28 lakhs of Central Government Employees and about 40 lakh Central Government Pensioners. Unlike in the past, this time, the Confederation has rightly decided to project the GDS demands as one of the main demands and in the 12th December 2012 strike the GDS participated in the strike en-masse as per the call given by NFPE, even though the so-called recognized union of GDS has not even given strike notice.

Finally, as in the past, as a logical corollary, the Railway and Defence employees Federations have also decided to go for an indefinite strike raising the 7th CPC and DA merger demand. Due to conscious and persistent effort made by Confederation, especially its versatile and undisputed leader Com. S. K. Vyas Ji, a joint meeting of AIRF, AIDEF and Confederation was arranged on 29th July 2013 and Joint Council of Action (JCA) is formed, the JCA decided to organize various campaign programmes, culminating in indefinite strike. As a first step it is decided to submit a letter to the Government listing out the demands and also its time-bound settlement. The seven point charter of demands includes setting up of 7th CPC, DA merger, compassionate appointment, regularization of GDS and Casual Labourers, Scrapping of PFRDA Bill, removal of bonus emolument ceiling, functioning of JCM and implementation of arbitration awards. Even though in the past, the dominant leadership of the National Council JCM has taken a stand that as GDS do not come under JCM, their demand cannot be included, this time the Confederation and NFPE leadership could convince them and they agreed for inclusion of GDS demands also.


Thus a situation has emerged wherein the entire Central Government employees stands united and determined to realize just and genuine demands. The message is loud and clear. Now it is the duty and responsibility of each and every one of us to carry the message to the grass-root level workers and build up broadest unity among the rank and file. Once such a rock-like unity for struggle is achieved, no Government can reject our justified demands. Time is short. Let us awake, arise and unite.

U.S. and British postal workers fight privatization

Probation period of PA/SA

Directorate vide memo No. 60-3/2013-SPB-I dated 8/7/2013 has clarified that ás per revised Recruitment Rules for the post of Postal Assistant / Sorting Assitant notified on 3rd November 2011, the period of probation is the same i.e. two years but the provision of Examination for confirmation has been discontinued and clearance of probation period is to be decided by the Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC). It is also clarified that who have not yet cleared the confirmation test may not be subjected to confirmation examination but may be assessed for clearing their probation after taking into consideration their performance during the induction training, the special report /ACRs and any other relevant input. If they are not found up to the mark, their probation period may be extended as per the Government's instructins. In such cases, PAs/SAs shall be considered for clearance of probation period from a prospective date and not with retrospective effect. 

Friday, July 26, 2013

C. G. Employees and their dependents can avail treatment in a non empanelled Private hospitals in emergency conditions and get reimbursement

(G.I MH OM No. F. No. S. 14025/14/2012-MS, dated 11.06.2013)

Revision of rates for reimbursement of medical expenses incurred in emergency conditions under CS (MA) Rules, 1944

The undersigned is directed to state that the issue of revision of rates for reimbursement of medical expenses incurred on availing medical treatment in emergency conditions under CS (MA) Rules, 1944, when treatment is taken in a non-empanelled private hospital, has been under consideration of the Government for some time.

2. It has now been decided that, reimbursement of medical expenses incurred by a Central Government employee covered under CS(MA) Rules, 1944 on availing medical treatment for himself and his dependent family members in emergency conditions, would be allowed as per the prevailing non –NABH CGHS rates as applicable to a CGHS covered city and non-NABH rates applicable to the nearest CGHS covered city in case of non-CGHS city, as the case may be, or the actuals, whichever is less.

3. For the medical treatment in such cases where package rates are prescribed under CGHS, the non-NABH rates of the CGHS covered city and non-NABH rates of the nearest CGHS city (in case of non-CGHS covered city) or the actuals, whichever is less, will be applicable.

4. This OM supersedes all earlier orders issued from time to time under CS (MA) Rules, 1944 on this subject for allowing reimbursement of medical expenses in emergency conditions when treatment is taken in a non-empanelled private hospital.

5. This OM will come into effect from the date of issue.

6. This issue with the concurrence of the Integrated Finance Division vide their Dy. No. C-282, dated 22.05.2013.

NFPE WESTERN ZONE STUDY CAMP
2013 August 25th & 26th Pushkar (Rajasthan)

As you are aware the South Zone Study Camp of NFPE was held at Chennai, Central Zone Study Camp was held at Vidisha (MP) and Eastern Zone Study Camp at Guwahati (Assam) was also held successfully. The next camp for Western Zone will be held at Pushkar (Rajastahan). Delegates from affiliates of NFPE from Rajasthan, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir shall attend the two days Western Zone Study Camp.
 The number of delegates allotted to each circle union is furnished as below:

Circle
P3
P4
R3
R4
GDS
Admin
Postal Accounts
SBCO
Civil Wing
Casual Labour
Total
Rajasthan
50
50
10
5
10
1
1
1
--
1
129
Delhi
15
15
10
3
2
1
1
1
--
1
49
Himachal Pradesh
10
10
5
1
5
1
1
1
--
--
34
Haryana
10
15
10
2
5
1
1
1
--
1
46
Punjab
15
12
10
2
5
1
1
1
--
1
48
J & K
5
5
3
-
3
1
1
1
--
--
19
Total
105
107
48
13
30
6
6
6
--
4
325

In addition all General Secretaries of the above unions shall attend the camp.
Circle Secretaries are requested to select the delegates of their union immediately and instruct them to book the up and down tickets without any further delay. They should reach Pushkar (Rajasthan) before 08-30 AM on 25th August 2013. They can leave the camp only after 6 PM on 26th August 2013. Maximum lady comrades may be included as delegates. The names of the delegates attending the camp should be intimated to the respective General Secretaries before 15th August 2013. Delegates fee per head is fixed as Rs. 600/- (Rs. Six Hundred only). Exact venue and programme notice will be sent separately.
All General Secretaries are requested to instruct their circle Secretaries suitably for immediate follow up action.

DEPARTMENT CIRCULATED THE LIST OF OFFICE BEARERS OF NFPE


Wednesday, July 24, 2013

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
(CENTRAL HEAD QUARTERS)
1st Floor, North Avenue Post office Building, New Delhi – 110001
 



Circular No. 2/2013                                                         Dated – 23.07.2013

NATIONAL SECRETARIAT MEETING
22.07.2013 – NEW DELHI

CONFEDERATION DECIDES TO TAKE STRIKE BALLOT FOR INDEFINITE STRIKE


Dear Comrades,

The first meeting of the National Secretariat of the Confederation was held at New Delhi on 22.07.2013. Com. K. K. N. Kutty, National President, presided. The following office bearers were present:

Com. S. K. Vyas (Advisor), Com. K. K. N. Kutty (President), Com. M. S. Raja (Working President), Com. Giriraj Singh (Vice President), Com. M. Durai Pandian (Vice President), Com. N. Somaiah (Vice President), Com. M. Krishnan (Secretary General), Com. K. V. Jayaraj (Asst Secretary), Com. Pijush Roy (Asst. Secretary) Com. Ishwar Singh Dabas (Asst. Secretary), Com. Vrigu Bhattacharjee (Financial Secretary), Com. G. Mani Achari (Org. Secretary) Com. R. P. Singh (Org. Secretary) Com. Arup Chatterjee (Org. Secretary).

The following office bearers applied for leave/expressed their inability to attend:

Com. R. N. Parashar (Asst. Secretary) Com. C. P. Sobhana (Org. Secretary) Com. Venkata Subramanian (Org. Secretary), Com. K. P. Rajagopal (Secretary)

The following office bearers could not reach due to train late/cancellation:

Com. T. Narasimhan (Vice President), Com. B. Krishna Gaud (Asst. Secretary), Com. Nilesh D. Nasare (Org. Secretary) Com. P. Suresh (Org. Secretary) Com. V. Nageswara Rao (Org. Secretary), Com. T. Satyanarayana (Org. Secretary), Com. T. K. R. Pillai (Auditor).

The following comrades were absent:

Com. Ashok B. Salunke (Vice President), Com. Ashok Kumar Kanojia (Org Secretary) Com. R. Seethalakshmi (Org. Secretary), Com. Y. Purohit (Org. Secretary).

Before Commencement the meeting paid homage to Late Com. Samar Mukherjee, Ex-MP and Veteran Parliamentarian by observing two minutes silence.

Com. S. K. Vyas, Advisor, in his opening remarks, explained the background of events which led to the formation of a Joint Council of Action of Railway (AIRF) Defence (AIDEF) and Confederation and also pointed out its weaknesses and limitations. He stressed the need to further strengthen the unity. He opined that on the 15 point charter of demands, Confederation must conduct its own independent campaign and agitational programmes. If the Railway and defence Federations come forward for serious agitational programmes including indefinite strike we must join such campaign and strike action.

Com. K. Raghavendran, Ex-Working President, Confederation also addressed the meeting. Thereafter discussion on all agenda items took place.

The following are the main highlights and decision of the National Secretariat meeting

1. Review of 24th National Conference held at Kolkata from 4th to 6th May 2013

Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General made a brief presentation of the Conference proceedings, which was approved by the house after discussion.

2. 15 Pointes charter of demands and future course of action.

The meeting decided to organize independent campaign and agitational programmes culminating in indefinite strike. The specific decisions were:
(i) To organize state level joint strike conventions of C-o-C with the participation of all affiliated unions/Associations/Federations during the month of August 2013. Whereever the C-O-C functioning is not satisfactory or has no participation of district units, efforts must be taken to revamp the committee.
(ii) To organize mass Relay dharna at different places in all important stations during the first week of September 2013 (from 02.09.2013 to 07.09.2013).
(iii)To conduct nationwide strike ballot during the last week of September 2013 (On 25, 26 and 27th September) Model of the ballot will be sent later.
(iv)To convene the Central Working Committee/Central Executive committee meetings of all affiliated unions/Associations/Federations before the 1st week of October 2013. All India Office Bearers of the Confederation may be invited to attend the meeting.

3.      Joint programme of AIRF, AIDEF and Confederation:
It was decided to make all out effort to further strengthen the Joint council of action (JCA) and also to launch serious agitational programmes culminating in indefinite strike before December 2013.

4.      Formation of State Committees and District Committees
It was decided to reorganize the COCs which are defunct or not functioning satisfactorily. This is to be done when the state level strike campaign conventions are organized. Participation of representatives of all affiliates should be ensured in the conventions.

5.      Conducting of All India Mahila Convention of the Confederation.
It was decided to conduct two day’s All India Mahila Convention at New Delhi in the 3rd week of October 2013. C-O-C Delhi has agreed to host the Mahila Convention. Delegate fee shall be Rs.600/- per delegate. Participation of maximum number of Lady comrades from all states/affiliates should be ensured.

6.      Organising Trade Union Education Camp:
It was decided to hold the Trade Union Education Camp at Mumbai in November/December 2013. Number of participants shall be 150 (maximum). Delegate fee Rs. 600/- per delegate Postal, ITEF, Audit & Accounts and Atomic Energy delegates accommodation shall be arranged by their respective Federations. C-O-C Mumbai shall function as the Reception committee. Date and Venue will be intimated later.

7.      Publication of journal
Decided to publish a monthly journal. Name of the journal shall be “CONFEDERATION NEWS” (subject to availability at RNI) Editorial Board shall consist of Com. S. K. Vyas (Advisor) Com. K. K. N. Kutty (President) Com. M. S. Raja (Working President) Com. M .Krishnan (Secretary General) com. K. P. Rajagopal (Secretary) and Com. Vrigu Bhattacharjee (Financial Secretary).

8.      Financial Review:
Financial Secretary shall present the actual picture in the next meeting. Meanwhile letters should be sent to all affiliated unions to remit the arrears of quota immediately.

9.      Letter from ITEF and reply
A letter received from Secretary General, ITEF and the reply given, regarding the election of new office bearers of the Confederation was presented in the meeting by the Secretary General, Confederation. It was decided to send an appeal letter to the ITEF requesting them to resolve the issue amicably.

10.  Affiliation to new organizations:
The application for affiliation received from the following two organisations was considered and it is decided to grant affiliation subject to their accepting the terms & conditions for affiliation.
(i)     Indian School of Mines Karmachari Sangh, Dhanbad.
(ii)   Song and Drama Division Employees Associations, New Delhi

11.  National Convention of Central Trade Unions on 6th August 2013.
The available National Secretariat members/leaders at Delhi will attend the convention on 6th.

President, Com. K. K. N. Kutty in his concluding remarks, briefed decisions taken in the meeting. The meeting ended at 5 PM.

IMPLEMENT THE DECISIONS

All office Bearers, State Committees, other C-O-Cs and Affiliated Unions/ Associations/Federations are requested to implement the above mentioned decisions of the National Secretariat meeting, WITHOUT FAIL.

This may be treated as most urgent/important,

Fraternally yours,

                                                                                               
(K. K. N. Kutty)                                                                                 (M. Krishnan)
President                                                                                             Secretary General

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