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Friday, May 8, 2020

OUTSOURCING OF THE WORK PERFORMED BY POSTAL EMPLOYEES TO COMMON SERVICE CENTRE (CSC) -- REQUEST TO WITHDRAW THE PROPOSED MOVE TO IMPLEMENT PILOT PROJECTS IN SELECTED POST OFFICES.
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NFPE WRITES TO THE DEPARTMENT
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          National Federation of Postal Employees
1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110 001
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No. PF-Covid-19/2020                                                                     Dated: 08th May, 2020

To
            The Secretary,
            Department of Posts,
            Dak Bhawan ,
 New Delhi-110 001

Sub: Outsourcing of the work performed by Postal employees to Common Service Centre (CSC) -- Request to withdraw the proposed move to implement pilot projects in selected Post offices.

Sir

We are really shocked to learn that the Department of Posts has decided to permit the Common Service Centre (CSC), a public private partnership company, to open their counters inside the departmental Post office buildings. It is learnt that CSC will provide following Postal Services to the public through their Customer Service Centres, which will be integrated and synchronised with the Core System Integrator (CSI) of the Department of Posts.

1. Booking of Registered and Speed post articles.
2. Booking of eMO.
3. Acceptance of deposits in Post office Savings Bank accounts.
4. Acceptance of PLI and RPLI proposals and premiums.

As you are aware, the above work is at present performed by the Post office staff. Outsourcing the work to an outside agency on revenue sharing basis, will adversely affect the workload of Post offices which in turn will adversely affect the job security of Post office staff.

We vehemently oppose the unilateral and retrograde decision of the Department of Posts to outsource the functions of the Post offices to outside agency. We demand the Secretary, Department of Posts, to review the decision and withdraw the orders forthwith. 

          We further like to make it clear that , inspite of our objection , if the Department goes ahead with its decision to outsource the Post office functions , we will be constrained to organise agitational programmes without any further notice.

 Awaiting positive response,



With regards,
                         Yours Sincerely,
  
                                                                                                                 (R.N. Parashar)
                         Secretary General

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