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POSTAL BHARATI
Vol.XXII-V Annual Sub: Rs. 100/-
Journal of : Bhartiya Postal Employees Association Gr. 'C'
(Affiliated to BPEF & B.M.S.)
T-21, Atul Gorve Road, New Delhi-110 001
Registrar of Trade Union Regn. No. 2322 dt. 23-3-1978
Editor : Irshad A. Shaikh
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POSTAL BHARATI 3 J ULY, 2013
IMPORTANT GOVT. ORDERS
No.04-28/2013-SPB-II Dated: 15-05-2013
Filling up the posts of Postmaster Grade-III
in Post Offices in Postal Circles.
I am directed to refer to Directorate's
letter No. 13-2/2010-PE.I dated 25-11-2010 con-
stituting a separate cadre of Postmasters
namely Postmaster Grade-I, II, III and Senior
Postmaster by carving out certain number of
Posts in the existing General Line Posts in LSG/
HSG.II/ HSG-I and Postal Service Group -B re-
spectively . As per the said order the posts will
be deemed to have been designated as Post-
master Grade-I , II and III w.e.f. the dates those
are filled up. The Recruitment Rules of Post-
master Grade III, including Grade I & II, have
since been notified on 09-09-2010 and circulated
vide Directorate's letter No. 4-17/2008-SPB-II
dated 22-11-2010. The cadres of Postmaster
Grade-I and II have already become operational.
In the context, Directorate vide letters No. 4-19/
2012-SBP-II dated 7/8.2.2011 and 02-05-2012
had inter-alia asked the Circles to await further
instructions from the Directorate regarding fill-
ing up of the posts in Postmaster Grade-III ,
under initial constitution clause as the then ex-
isting vacancies in HSG-I were yet to to filled up
on regular basis, s per revised Recruitment Rules
of HSG-I when notified.
2. Revision of Recruitment Rules for HSG-
I cadre in POs and RMS Offices is still under
consideration in consultation with Union Public
Service Commission and Department of Person-
nel & Training (DOP&T) . In the meanwhile, the
Department had proposed to DOP&T, to permit
filling up te vacancies in HSG-I in Post offices
by promotion of HSG-II officials as per the ex-
isting Recruitment Rules. The same has since
been agreed to by DOP&T . Consequently , the
Directorate vide letter No. 4-44/2012-SPB-II
dated 18-04-2013 has issued instructions to all
Circles to fill up the vacancies in HSG-I in PO &
RMS offices, as per the provisions of existing
Recruitment Rules. by convening DPC meet-
ings by 30-04-2013 and issue the promotion
orders by 06-02-2013.
3. The Recruitment Rules for Postmaster Grade-
III provide for filling up the posts through initial
constitution clause from the officials holding the
post in HSG-I on regular basis in Post Offices
by calling options from them for appointment to
the post and a Screening Committee shall as-
sess te suitability of officials who apply for ap-
pointment as Postmaster Grade-III at the com-
mencement of the said Rules.
4. In view of the above, the Circles are now, re-
quested to take necessary action for filling up
the posts of Postmaster Grade-III under initial
constitution clause of the Recruitment Rules by
calling optons/ applications from HSG-I officials
in Post Offices. While issuing circular calling
for options /applicatons from the HSG-I officials
, the following conditions laid down in paragraph
6 of Directorate's letter No. 4-7/2008-SPB-II dated
22-11-2010, which are reproduced below for
ready reference may be brought to their notice.
I. Once an official submits his application he
will not be allowed to withdraw the same.
II. Officials who are still left with at least two
years of service to retire may only apply in order
to avoid their dislocaton at the fag end of their
service.
III. In the event of their appointment as Post-
master -III their further career progression will
be in the hierarchy in the Postmaster cadre only
as per the provisions in the relevant Recruitment
Rules and not in the Geneal Line.
5. Earlier , the Directorate vide of letter No. 4-
17/2008-SPB-II dated 22-11-2010 had advised
the Circles to call for applications for Postmas-
ter Grade-III also but subsequently vide letter
dated 7/8.2.2011 and 02-05-2012 the Circles
were advised to await further instructions from
the Directorate. It may be made clear in the cir-
cular that all those who had applied in response
to the earlier circular and are still willing for ap-
pointment as Postmaster Grade-III should ap-
ply again.
6. The applications/ options, so received from
eligible regular HSG-I officials in Post Offices,
may be scruitinzed by the Circles and submit-
POSTAL BHARATI 4 J ULY, 2013
ted to the Screening Committee for consideration.
The officials recommended by the Screening Com-
mittee may be considered by the appointing au-
thority and appointed immediately as Postmaster
Grade-III against the idenitided posts. If certain
number initial constituiton clause for want of suffi-
cient number of eligible officials , the same may be
filed up by promotion as per the provision contained
in Col. 12 of the Recruitment Rules of Postmaster
Grade-III.
7. It is reiterated that the posts will be deemed to
have been designated as Postmaster Grade-III with
effect from the dates those are filled up As has been
clarified vide Dte. letters No. 4-61/2011-SBP-II dated
21-12-2011 and 4-1d9/2012-SPB-II dated 02-05-
2012 respectively till the posts are designated as
Postmaster Grade-III, the posts of HSG-I will con-
tinue to be manned by officials of General line.
8. All the Postal Circles are requested to follow the
time-line mentined below to fill up the posts in Post-
master Grade-III in already identified Post Offices:
1. Date of issue of Circular calling - 24-05-2013
for the options/applications
from HSG-I, officials in Post
offices for appointment as
Postmaster Grade-III
2. Last Date of receipt of option/ - 24-06-2013
applications along with bio-data
3. Completion of scrutiny of applic-- 08-07-2013
ations and obtaining Vigilence
clearance and ACR dossiers
4. Submission of applications to - 17-07-2013
Screening Committee
5. Receipt of minutes of the Scr- - 24-07-2013
eening Committee
6. Submission of the minutes to - 29-07-2013
to the appointing authority for
approval
7. Issue of appointment order to - 07-08-2013
eligible officials for appoint-
ment as Postmaster Grade-III
9. The Postmaster Grade-III officials so ap-
pointed may be deputed for training immediately
in consultation with the Training Division of the
Directorate.
10. A report may please be furnished to the Di-
rectorate by 14th August 2013 regarding
completon of the above stated exercise for sub-
mitting the same to Secretary (Posts).
No.137-32/2013-SPB-II Dated: 29th May, 2013
Submission of representations/ petitions or
advance copies of representations to Direc-
torate -Reg.
I am directed to say that it has been
observed that there has been a tendency on the
part of several officials at various levels to by-
pass the prescribed channels of submission of
representations / petitions or to submit advance
copies of representations to Secretary (Posts)/
Director General (Posts)/ Member (Personnel)/
DDG (Personnel) / Director (Staff ) requesting
for promotion, pay fixation grant of MACP, trans-
fer under Rule 38, posting to a particular station,
expunction of adverse remarks , appointment to
specific position, etc. Even in such matters, where
the Circles, are competent to decide the repre-
sentations, the officials are sending representa-
tions/ petitions or advance copy of representa-
tions to Directorate . Mere perusal and / or pro-
cessing of such letter consume significant time
at different levels in the Directorate.
2. In this context, it is pointed out that Rule 115
of the P&T Manual Vol. II states that any repre-
sentation , which is not an appeal should be
designated as a petiton . According to Rule 118-
A. (1) of the said Volume, any petition or copy
thereof which is sent direct to the Director Gen-
eral or to any subordinate authority, instead of
through the proper channel, will be filled, no no-
tice of any kind being taken of it.
3. Further , the CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964
clearly provide that whenever a Government ser-
vant wishes to press a claim or seek redressal
of a grivance in any matter connected with ser-
vice rights or conditions, the representations
should be forwarded through proper channel.
4. In spite of adequate and clear instructions
regarding the manner in which the representa-
tions / petitions or copies of representations are
being submitted directly to higher authorities in
violation of the said instructions.
5. In view of the above , the Circles are requested
to bring the above position to the notice of their
employees and advise them to refrain from send-
ing advance copies of representations/ petitions
or copies of the representations to the authori-
POSTAL BHARATI 5 J ULY, 2013
ties in the Directorate. Any such communica-
tion not received through proper channel will be
filed without taking notice of it. Administrative
action may also be taken against officials for
violation of rules/ instructions on the subject.
**********
No. 141-26/2013-SPB-II Dated: 14-05-2013
Inter Circle Temporary transfer policy guide-
lines- Reg.
I am directed to refer to Directorate's
letter No. 141-151/96-SPB-II dated 28th Octo-
ber, 1996 on the subject cited above and to say
thay the existing instructions issued by the Di-
rectorate in respect of Inter-Circle temporary
transfer have been reviewed. In supersession of
existing instructions issued by the Directorate,
the following norms/ guidelines may be followed
by the Circles for consideration of requests re-
ceived from officials seeking inter-Circle tempo-
rary transfer :-
a) The Circles should not entertain inter- Circle
transfer on temporary basis received from offi-
cials in a routine manner. The requests of offi-
cials who seek such transfer may considered
by the Circles in the first instance under Rule 38
of Postal Volume IV and instructions issued by
the Directorate from time to time. If they are oth-
erwise eligible . If the case is not being consid-
ered under Rule 38, the reasons therefor may
be recorded.
b) Inter-Circle transfer on temporary basis of of-
ficials referred to Directorate will be considered
where both the CPMsG of the Circles have
agreed to in really hard and deserving cases af-
ter the genuineness of ground for such transfer
stated by the officials is established to the ut-
most statisfaction of CPMG of parent Circle.
C) Inter-Circle transfer on temporary basis is re-
stricted to only those officials , who have com-
pleted probation period , wherever applicable ,
and in other cases on completion of two years
of service in the grade.
d) Grant of temporary transfer from one Circle to
another will be considered initially for a period of
six month only. Extension thereon may be con-
sidered by the Circles for further six months.
e) In no case , temporary will be allowed to an
official beyond two years in his/her entire ser-
vice career.
f) Requests of the officials for extension of tem-
porary transfer should be forwarded by the Circle
with due recommendation of both the Circles at
least two months in advance before expiry of
period of temporary transfer already granted by
the Directorate.
g) Inter-Circle transfer on temporary basis from
one cadre to another cadre will be considered
by the Directorate. Circles should not forward
such requests to the Directorate.
h) If the officials is promoted during the period of
temporary transfer, such officials should join in
the promoted post within a month, failling, which,
he / she will be debarred for promotion for one
year.
f) Requests of temporary transfer and extension
thereon already granted to the officials by the
Directorate before issue of this letter will be regu-
lated as per these new temporary transfer guide-
lines.
•••••••••
SECRETARY , POSTS ORDERED FILLING
UP OF ALL GDS BPM POSTS
IMMEDIAELY.
No. 17-103/2007-GDS Dated: 11-06-2013
Filling up of vacant posts.
Reference is ivivited to this Director-
ate letter of even number dated 17-02-2011
whereby the powers to fill up the vacant posts
of GDS BPM not fulfilling the workload and
financial parameters were delegated to the
Divisional Heads without further reference
to HOC concerned.
2. You are already aware that the Depart-
ment is going to implement Rulal ICT project
under which the GDDS BPM, are t be pro-
vided handheld devices with bio-matric
idintification Secretary (Posts) desires that
all vacant posts of GDS BPM ae filled up
immediately.
3. I am further directed to request you to
furnish the following information immediately
on the Fax No. 011-23096093 and also email
ID skumar.adg@live.com for information of
Secretary (Posts )
POSTAL BHARATI 6 J ULY, 2013
(a) Information relating to Branch Post Offices as on 1-6-2013.
S.No. Category Number of Branch Post Offices
1. Single Handed Branch Post Offices
2. Double Handed Branch Post Offices
3. Triple Handed Branch Post Offices
4. Branch Post offices with more than 3 hand
(b) Sanctioned strength and Manpower position of GDSBPM as on 1-6-2013.
Sanctioned strength of Working Strength Number of GDS BPM lying vacant Time line with
GDSBPM of GDS BPM category wise which the vacant
Single Double Triple B.O. with posts GDS BPM
Handed Handed Handed more than will be filled up
B.O. B.O. BO. 3 Hand
No. D.G. Posts No. No.04.20/2013-SPB.ll Dated 25 J une, 2013.
Filling up the posts of posts in Higher Selection Grade-l (HSG) in Savings Bank Control Organisation
(SBCO) and Circle Office and Regional Offices (CO/RO) in Postal Circles-Reg.
I am directed to refer to Directorate's letter No.'4-44t2012-SPB-ll dated 18.04,2013 requesting
the Circles to fill up the posts in HSG-I in Post Offices and RM$ Offices by convening Departmental
Promotion Committee (DPC) Meeting for, promoting HSG-ll officials in PO & RMS Offices as per the
provisions of existing Recruitment Rules.
2. References have been received from some Circles seeking clarifications as to whether DPC meeting
can be convened for HSG.I posts in $BCO and CO/ RO cadre.
3.Earlier, Directorate had never issued any instructions to the Circles that DPC meeting should not be
held for filling up HSG.I posts in SBCO and CO as per the provisions of existing Recruitment Rules of
these cadres. The onus, therefore, lies on the Circles to hold DPC meetings regularly to fill up the posts
in SBCO and CO as per the provisions contained in the existing Recruitment Rules.
No. 1/1/2008-IC Dated: 22-05-2013
Grant of one increment in pre-revised pay scale - OM dated 19-03-2012 - Clarification regarding.
The undersigned is directed to invite a reference to this Ministry Office Memorundum of even no.
dated 19-03-2012 which provides that those Central Government employees who were due to get their
annual increment between February, to J une during 2006 , may be granted one increment as on 1-1-
2006 in the pre-revised pay scale as a onetime and thereafter, will get the next increment in the revised
pay structure on 1-7-2006.
2. As per this Ministry OM No. F.No. 1/1/2008-IC dated 30 August, 2008 fitment tables have been pre-
scribed in Annexure -I thereto specifying the stages of revised pay in the revised pay band with reference
to each stage of pre-revised pay in various pre-revised pay scales. As per the fitment tables the stage of
revised pay in the pay band has been mentioned at the same stage in respect of two consecutive pre-
revised stage of pay in cases of certain pre-revised scale.
3. This Ministry has been receiving references as to whether in cases where the fitment table provides for
the same revised stage in case of two onsecutive pre-revised stages in a particular pre-revised scale of
pay the benefit of bunching is admissible after grant of one increment in the pre-revised pay scale by
virtue of this Minsitry OM dated 19-3-2012.
4. The matter has been considered and it is clarified that Fitment table contained in the aforesaid OM
dated 30-08-2008 is to be strictly followed for fixation of pay in the revised structure without any deviation.
5. In cases where the stages of fixation of pay in the revised pay band as per fitment table contained in the
aforesaid OM dated 30-08-2008 provides for the same revised statge in the pay Band with reference to
two consecutive stages of pre-revised pay in the corresponding pre-revised scales, then in such cases
fue to application of this Ministry OM dated 19-03-2012 , there will be no change in the revised pay as on
1-1-2006, if the revised stage with reference to the pre-revised pay after accounting for one increment in
the pre-revised scale does not undergo any change as per the Fitment Table. It is also clarified that no
further bunching will be allowed in such cases and no re-fixation of pay will be admissible in the revised
pay as on 1-1-2006.
POSTAL BHARATI 7 J ULY, 2013
LIST OF NEW OFFICE BEARERS OF BHARATIYA POSTAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION GR. 'C'
KARNATAKA CIRCLE CONFERENCE HELD AT KESHAV KUNJ , BANGALORE (KARNATAKA)
DURING PERIOD 30-31 MARCH 2013.
President - Shri G. Pushparaj, PA, Srirampur P.O. Bangalore
Vice President - Smt. Bhavani Bhat, PA, Sirsi H.O.
Vice President - Shri Raghunath Shetty M. SPM, Bijai P.O. Mangalore
Vice President - Shri A.C. Ravi Kumar, M.E. Hassan H.O.
Circle Secretary - Shri M. J anakiram , PA, Bangalore GPO
Dy. Circle Secretary - Shri B.S. Ranganath, SPM, Seshadripuram P.O., Hassan
Regional Secretary - Shri N.G. Nayak, SPM, Haliyala P.O. Sirsi
Regional Secretary - Shri B.Mohan, PA, Ganabharathi P.O., Bangalore South
Regional Secretary - Shri Suryanarayan , SPM, Barbe P.O. Puttur Dn.
Treasurer - Shri Sunderraj , Postmster, Ramanagar P.O.
Org. Secretary - Shri Basavaraj , PA, Bangalore GPO
Org. Secretary - Shri Sushanth Bhandri, PA, Hulekal S.O. Sirsi
Org. Secretary - Shri Vinod Akki, PA, Dharwad H.O.
Org. Secretary - Shri K.C. Lingesh , PA, Nandini Layout, P.O. Bangalore West
Org. Secretary - Shri K.L. Nagesh , PRI (P) Hassan H.O.
LIST OF NEW OFFICE BEARERS OF BHARATIYA POSTAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION POSTMAN
& MTS KARNATAKA CIRCLE CONFERENCE HELD AT KESHAV KUNJ , BANGALORE
(KARNATAKA) DURING PERIOD 30-31 MARCH 2013.
President - Shri Chand Pasha, Postman , Srirampuram P.O. Bangalore
Working President - Shri B.K. Bijaykumar, Postman, K.G. Road, P.O. Bangalore
Vice President - Shri Hullur, MTS , J ayanagar H.O.
Vice President - Shri D.L. Vadiraj, Postman Srirampuram P.O.
Circle Secretary - Shri Narendra Babu, Postman, Seshadripuram P.O.
Dy. Circle Secretary - Shri B.K. Raju, Postman, Srirampuram P.O.
Regional Secretary - Shri C. Huchappa, Postman, RR Nagar, P.O Bangalore
Regional Secretary - Shri Zameer Ullakhan, Postman, Bangalore GPO
Regional Secretary - Shri Abdul Gaffar, Sorting Postman, Banashankari P.O.
Treasurer - Shri Suresh, Postman, Mahalakshmipura Layout Bangalore
Org. Secretary - Smt. Gunabai, Postman, Rajajinagar HPO, Bangalore
Org. Secretary - Shri Badrinarayan, Postman, Arabraic Collage P.O.
Org. Secretary - Shri Siddappa, Postman, Sirsi Market P.O.
Org. Secretary - Shri Ramakrishnappa, Shivaramakaranth Nagar, Bangalore
Org. Secretary - Smt. Savitri, Postman, Rajajinagar H.O. , Bangalore
POSTAL STAFF UNION STATE MEET TODAY
Idukki: The 13th state conference of the Bharatiya Postal Employees Union Gr. 'C' will be held at
Saraswati Vidyaniketan, Thodupuzha, on Sunday 26th May, 2013.
The event will begin at 10.30 am, Association General Secretary Gr. 'C' unit Shri Irshad A.
Shaikh will inaugurate the even. Tapasaya (NGO) state President P.G. Haridas will preside over the
function.
The valedictory function will be inaugurated by Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) state
President M.P. Bhargavan on Sunday. About 150 invited delegates from across the state will
attend the Meeting. - Express News Service-
POSTAL BHARATI 8 J ULY, 2013
LIST OF NEW OFFICE BEARERS OF BHARATIYA POSTAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION GR. 'C'
KERALA CIRCLE CONFERENCE HELD AT SARASWATHY VIDYA BHAWAN, THODUPUZHA IDUKKI
DN. (KERALA ) DURING PERIOD 25-26 MAY, 2013.
President - Shri M.J . J ohnson, Head Postmaster, Thodupuzha
Vice President - Shri A. Rajendran, PA, Olavakot H.O.
Vice President - Shri T.E. Thoman, SPM, NADA Aluva
Vice President - Smt. K.R. Sobhanakumari PA, Pathanamthitta H.O.
Circle Secretary - Shri K. Krishnakumar, SPM, Kozhencherry
Treasurer - Shri P. Govindankutty, SPM, Arthat
Asstt. Treasurer - Shri Padmanabhan Nair, OA Divl. Office, Mavelikara
Asstt. Circle Secretary - Shri K. Balkrishnan, SA, Kasaragod H.O.
Asstt. Circle Secretary - Shri A. Susainath, PA, Muttada, Trivandrum
Asstt. Circle Secretary - Shri Umasankar , SPM, Kotumbu, Palakkad
Org. Secretary - Shri Anil Kumar Potti, SPM, Pothencode, TVM
Org. Secretary - Shri Prasad V. PA, Kuttur, Tirur
Org. Secretary - Shri K. Balan, Meppady Kozhikode
Org. Secretary - Shri K. Narayanan, PA, Kasaragod H.O.
Org. Secretary - Shri Rajendran K. PA, Pattom Palace, Trivandrum
LIST OF NEW OFFICE BEARERS OF BHARATIYA EXTRA DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYEES UNION
KERALA CIRCLE CONFERENCE HELD AT SARASWATHY VIDYA BHAWAN, THODUPUZHA IDUKKI
DN. (KERALA ) DURING PERIOD 25-26 MAY, 2013.
President - Shri M. Damodaran Pillai, GDSMD, Bharatannoor TVM.
Vice President - Shri K. Sukumaran, GDSMD, Aliparamba, Manjeri
Vice President - Shri M.K. Vijayan, GDSMD, Thriperumthara Mavelikara
Circle Secretary - Shri P.N. Sasidharan Nair, GDSBPM, Muthupezhumkal P.O.
Asstt. Circle Secretary - Shri M.T. Methew, GDS Packer, Moolamattam Idukki
Asstt. Circle Secretary - Shri A.V. Sunilkumar, GDSMD, Arthat, Thrissur
Treasurer - Shri T.K. Santhosh Kumar, GDS Packer, Arakulam, Idukki
Committee Member - Shri N. Krishnan, GDSMC, Vadakkangara, Menjeri
Committee Member - Shri P. Ashokan, GDSMD, Chayalode, Nedumon
Committee Member - Shri K. Nishanth, GDSMD, Patta, Kasaragod
Committee Member - Shri P. J ayadevan, GDSMD, Edakalathoor, Thrissur
Committee Member - Shri A.V. Vijesh, GDSMD, Kottamonpara, Pathanamthitta
Committee Member - Shri P. Gangadharan, GDSMD, Kalanad, Kasaragod
Committee Member - Shri Sasikkumar, GDSMD, Pallavor, Palakkad
Committee Member - Shri K.K. Sureendran, GDSMD, Keekokzhoor Pathanamthitta
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POSTAL BHARATI 9 J ULY, 2013
LIST OF NEW OFFICE BEARERS OF BHARATIYA EXTRA DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYEES UNION ( GDS)
ALL INDIA CONFERENCE HELD AT MAHARANI LAL KUNWAR, P.G. COLLEGE , BALRAMPUR , DT.
GONDA (U.P.) DURING PERIOD 8-6-2013 TO 9-6-2013 .
PRESIDENT : SHRI RAMANAND TIWARI, GDS BPM-RATWAGADA, VIA- SRINAGAR, DIST. GONDA (U.P.)
VICE PRESIDENT : SHRI K.K. VIJ AYAN, GDSMD- NARANGANAM WEST, PATHANAMTHITTA,-689642 (KERALA)
VICE PRESIDENT : SHRI LAXMAN SHAH, GDS BPM- SOGRA, VIA- SISAI DT. GUMLA (J HARKHAND)
VICE PRESIDENT : SHRI ASHUTOSH NATH, GDS BPM, LALA, HAILAKANDI (ASSAM)
GENERAL SECY. : SHRI SUGANDHI KR. MISHRA,GDS PACKER, KESHIARY S.O. DIST. WEST MIDNAPUR
DY.GEN. SECY. : SHRI DINESH DHAR DUBEY, GDS BPM, MALHANPAR, VIA- BANSGAON, DIST.
GORAKHPUR(U.P.)
ASSTT.GEN. SECY.: SHRI RAJ ESWAR KUMAR, GDSBPM- KOTEHYA, VIA- J ALALPUR, DIST. CHHAPRA (BIHAR)
ASSTT. GEN. SECY. : SHRI MD. SAMIULLAH KHAN,GDSMD- KANCHANBAGH, P.O. HYDERABAD SOUTH EAST
HYDERABAD (A.P.)
ASSTT.GEN. SECY. : SHRI SUDHAKAR K. KITEKAR, GDS BPM- VITE P.O. , DIST. PARBHANI (MAHARASHTRA)
ASSTT. GEN. SECY. : SHRI PAWAN KATARIA,GDS BPM- GUNDANA P.O. DIST. YAMUNANAGAR (HARYANA)
ASSTT.GEN.SECY. :SH. HARISH CHAND PANDEY, GDSSPM- GAGARIGOLE P.O. DIST. ALMORA
(UTTARAKHAND)
ORG. SECRETRY : SH. PRATAP NARAYAN VERMA, GDS MD- SITAPUR , DISTT. SITAPUR
ORG. SECY. : SH. SUDARSHAN PRASAD SINGH, GDSMD- MANPUR, VIA- BUNIARDGANJ ,
DT. GAYA(BIHAR)
ORG. SECRETARY : SH. BHAGWAN DAS RAIKWAR,GDS BPM, VIDISHA H.O., DIST. VIDISHA
TREASURER : SH. GURMIT SINGH, GDSMD- D-KHASA. DISTT. AMRITSAR (PUNJAB)
LIST OF NEW OFFICE BEARERS OF BHARATIYA
POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GR. 'C' PUNJAB
CIRCLE, CONFERENCE HELD AT AMRITSAR DUR-
ING PERIOD 4TH & 5TH MAY 2013 .
PRESIDENT : SH.DAPINDER SINGH LUDHIANA
VICE PRESIDENT : SH. AMARJIT SINGH, AMRITSAR
VICE PRESIDENT : SH. MANJIT SINGH,AMRITSAR
VICE PRESIDENT : SH.S.KR.SHARMA JALANDHAR
CIRCLE SECY. :SH.PARDEEPVERMA, AMRITSAR
DY.C/S : SH. A.C. BHARDWAJ,
CHANDIGARH
ASSTT. C/S : SH. NISHI MANI, LUDHIANA
ASSTT.C/S :SH. ANIL SHARMA, CHANDIGARH
TREASURER : SH. V.K. ATWAL, AMRITSAR
ASSTT.TR. : SH. SAT PAL, AMRITSAR
ORG.SECY. : SH. AVTAR SINGH, AMRITSAR
ORG.SECY. : SH. VIKAS BHANUSHAL,
AMRITSAR
ORG.SECY. : SH. MANTRI AMRITSAR
ORG.SECY. : SH. DEV RAJ, AMRITSAR
ORG. SECY. ; SH. SHASHI PAL AMRITSAR
LIST OF NEW OFFICE BEARERS OF BHARATIYA
POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION POSTMAN & MTS
PUNJAB CIRCLE, CONFERENCE HELD AT AMRITSAR
DURING PERIOD 4TH & 5TH MAY 2013 .
PRESIDENT : SH.PAWAN KUMAR, AMRITSAR
VICE PRESIDENT : SH. SATISH KUMAR, AMRITSAR
VICE PRESIDENT :SH.GURMEET SINGH,AMRITSAR
VICE PRESIDENT : SH.SOM NATH, AMRITSAR
VICE PRESIDENT : SH. JAGIR CHAND,AMRITSAR
CIRCLE SECY. :SH.MANGAT RAM, AMRITSAR
DY.C/S : SH. GURPAL SINGH, AMRITSAR
ASSTT. C/S : SH.PALWINDER SINGH,
AMRITSAR
ASSTT.C/S :SH. I.MOHAN SINGH, AMRITSAR
TREASURER : SH. MANOHAR LAL, AMRITSAR
ORG.SECY. : SH. SURJIT SINGH, AMRITSAR
ORG.SECY. : SH. SURENDER SINGH,
AMRITSAR
ORG.SECY. : SH. GURCHARAN SINGH,
AMRITSAR
POSTAL BHARATI 10 J ULY, 2013
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT & I.T. COMMIT-
TEE MEMBER SMT. DARSHANA JARDOSH
WRITE A LETTER SHRI KAPIL SIBAL
HON'BLE MINISTER OF COMMUNICATION &
I.T. REGARDING PREPARATION OF FAULTY
SOFTWARE . Dated: 18-06-2013
Dear Shri Sibal ji,
It is good that the Department of Posts
has undertaken large programme of computeriza-
tion & Modernization , under which hardware's are
being purchased on large scale & software's are
also being prepared / updated and installed.
Sanchay post software of your department has
been prepared in house by your experts. However,
I notice following irregularities in functioning of
software:-
1. Preparing of software was given to one date Net
corpn. having no experience in this field. No tender
formality was followed . Foftware was prepared for
one sub Post offfice, but implemented in thou-
sands of HPOs , SOs without permission from MS
Data Net corpn.
2. This was open ended software it do not have
any provision for data security . It do not contan any
stored preocedure for data security purpose .
Therefore data can be changed locally by operator
on his own.
3. Data security is managed by password . There-
fore no one has control over data Control over ac-
cess to data was therefore left to local operator
who is free to make any changes in order to com-
mit frauds. Many operator have done this.
4. Opertor's limit is not defined, he is free to with-
draw any account at his choice without knowledge
of his supervisor.
5. Neither validation of Sanchay Post Software has
been doen nor software has been tested, nor its
trial run was carried out by Deptt. before launching
software in order to ensure that it is foolproof soft-
ware.
6. Mr. A.K. Nagpal, ADO % DA (P) Ahmedabad had
raised serious concerns in the years 1998, 1999
& 2000 but those concerns have never addressed.
As a result of above problems dozens of
frauds have taken place in the country. An innocent
official who has no role played in preparation of
faulity Software are being booked by the Deptt. No
action has been taken aginst those who pre-
pared Software.
It is a time for Hon'ble MOC to pay more
attention in functioning of deptt. to review the situa-
tion to remove defects stated above.
2.
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POSTAL BHARATI 11 J ULY, 2013
THE CHIEF POSTMASTER GENERAL ,
JAIPUR (RAJ) HAS CIRCULATED
ORDERS TO DEDUCT UNION SUB-
SCRIPTION FROM SALARY OF BPEF
UNION MEMBERS.
No. Union/34-1/RSA/10-11 Dated : 08-05-2013
Sub: Regarding deduction of union subscrip-
tion from salary of BPEF union member's
by the DDO's.
In the context above I am directed to
say that the competent authority has been
pleased to order that union subscription of mem-
bers of Bharatiya Postal Employees Federation
will be deducted from the salary on regular ba-
sis and be remitted to the authorize office bear-
ers.
I am further directed that the subscrip-
tion already collected/ deducted should also be
remitted to the authorise office bearer.
Sd/-
( B.L. Sharma )
Asstt. Director (PG/Union)
For Chief Postmaster General
Raj. Circle , J aipur-302 007
Copy to:
1. Shri Irshad A. Shaikh, General Secretary,
BPEA Group 'C' CHQ T-21, Atul Grove Road New
Delhi-110 001.
2. Shri Mohammed Zafarulla Khan, General Sec-
retary, BPEA Postman & MTS CHQ T-21, Atul
Grove Road New Delhi-110 001.
3. Shri Sugandhi Kr. Mishra, General Secretary,
BEDEU, CHQ T-21, Atul Grove Road New Delhi-
110 001.
SHORTAGE OF STAFF IN POSTAL
DEPARTMENT
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 6875
ANSWERED ON 08-05-2013
SHORTAGE OF STAFF IN POSTAL
DEPARTMENT
6875. Smt. Darshana Vikram J ardosh, Ashok
Tanwar
Will the Minister of Communications and
Information Technology be pleased to state :-
(a) Whether the Government has abolished 17093
posts across in the department of posts during
the period from 2005 to 2008.
(b) if so, the details thereof and the reasons there-
for;
(c) Whether there is a shortage of staff in vari-
ous cadre in he department and in the post of-
fices in the country;
(d) if so, the details thereof, State-wise ; and
(e) the steps proposed to be taken to fill the va-
cant posts expeditiously, so as to ensure prompt
and quality service to customers?
ANSWER
THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY
OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY ( DR. (SMT.) KILLI KRUPARANI)
(a) yes, Madam
(b) The details of abolition of posts are placed
at Annexure-I. The reasons for abolition of posts
were in accordance with Department of Person-
nel & Training OM No. 2/8/2001-PIC dated 16-5-
2001 vide which the Scheme of Optimzation for
Annual Direct Recruitment Plan was launched. As
per this Scheme, the direct recruitment was to be
limited to 1/3rd of the direct recruitment vacancies
arising in a year subject to a further ceiling that it
does not exceed 1% of the total sanctined strength
of the Department. The remaining direct recritment
posts were required to be abolished.
(c) Manpower requirement and regular recruit-
ment is an ongoing process in the Government .
Shortage of staff in the Department and in the
post offices in various cadres arised manily due
to promotion, retirement death leave or transfer.
(d) Does not arise in view of (c) above
(e) Vacancies in the Department are filled up by
promotion or by direct recruitment as per extant
procedure regularly.
ANNEXURE-I
Abolition of posts across various cadres in the
department of posts during 2005-2008.
Year No. of direct recruitment vacancies
abolished
2005 2121
2006 5426
2007 4957
2008 4589
Total 17093
POSTAL BHARATI 12 J ULY, 2013
BONUS ACT AMENDMENT IN BONUS
ACT FOR WAIVING CEILINGS IS NOT
CONSIDERED AT THIS TIME : GOVT.
LASTEST REPLY IN RAJYA SABHA
The calculation ceiling and eligibility limit has been
revised frim Rs. 2500/- to Rs. 3500/- per month
and Rs. 3500/- to Rs. 10,000/- p.m. respectively
vide the payment of Bonus (Amendment) Act, 2007
notified on 13/12/2007 and made effective from 1st
April, 2006 . Keeping in view the large financial im-
plications for both for the Public and Private Sec-
tors further amendment t the Payment of Bonus Act
for waiving both the ceiling is not considered fea-
sible at this stage.
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF LABOUR
AND EMPLOYMENT RAJ YA SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. - 4604
ANSWEERED ON 08-05-2013
AMENDMENT IN BONUS ACT
4604. Shri Ramachandra Khuntia
(a) whether it is a fact that a present skilled workers
who are really contributing to production and pro-
ductivity are not getting bonus , and
(b) whether Government is planning to amend the
Bonus Act and waive the ceiling in salary and maxi-
mum bonus so as to make everybody in a produc-
tion unit eligible to get the bonus?
ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOY-
MENT ( SHRI KODIKUNNIL SURESH)
(a) As per the payment of Bonus Act, 1965 , any
employees is entitled to get Bonus provided he/
she is considered as an eligible employee. As per
the Act an "employee" means any persion ( other
than an apprentice Employed on a slaary or wage
not exceedings ten thousand rupees per mensem
in any industry to do any skilled or unskilled manual,
supervisory, managerial, administrative , technical
or clerical work for hire or reward, whether the terms
of employment be express or implied " Government
has no specific information of skilled workers be-
ing denied bonus.
(b) The calculation ceiling and eligibility limit has
been revised from Rs. 2500/- to Rs. 3500/- per
month and Rs. 3500/- to Rs. 10,000/- p.m. respec-
tively vide the payment of Bonus (Amendment ) Act,
2007 notified on 13/12/2007 and made effective
from 1st April , 2006 keeping in view the large finan-
cial implications for both for the Public and Private
Sectors further amendment to the Payment of Bo-
nus Act for waiving both the ceiling is not consid-
ered feasibel at this stage.
INCREMENT PROVISION FOR RETIR-
ING EMPLOYEES : GOVT. REPLY IN
RAJYA SABHA
In written reply of question " whether Govern-
ment proposes to modify the existing recommen-
dation of the Sixth Pay Commission that Cen-
tral Government employees will get an increment
in the month of J uly in every calendar year to
ensure that those Government employees who
are retiring irrespective of the month of the cal-
endar year and have at least put in more than
six months of service get the last increment"
Govt. has submitted that there is no proposal
under consideration of the Government to make
any changes in increment date. See full details
of Rajya Sabha Q&A :-
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF
FINANCE RAJYA SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 4380
ANSWERED ON -07-05-2013
Increment provision for retiring employees
4380 : SARDAR BALWINDER SINGH
BHUNDAR
(a) whether Government proposes to modify the
existing recommendation of the Sixth Pay Com-
mission that Central Government employees will
get an increment in the month of J uly in every
calander year to ensure that those Government
employees who are retiring irrespective of the
month of the calender year and have at least put
in more than six months of service get the last
increment.
(b) if so by when a revised notification will be
issued to benefit those retiring Government em-
ployees as it affects their pensionary benefits
etc. and
(c) If not, the reasons therefor ?
ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF FI-
NANCE (SHRI NAMO NARAIN MEENA)
(a) to (c) : The existing provision for uniform date of
annual increment on 1st J uly every year is based
on the recommendations of the 6th Central Pay
Commission which went into the service conditions
of the Central Government employees taking into
account all relevant factors. There is no proposal
under consideration of the Government to make
any changes therein.
POSTAL BHARATI 13 J ULY, 2013
Court has held.
company, does not entitle an employee as a mat-
ter of right to the benefits of the scheme," a bench
headed by Chief J ustice Altamas Kabir said.
DEPARTMENT OF POSTS AP-
PLIES FOR BANKING LICENCE
NEW DELHI, J UNE 28, 2013
The Department of Posts, on Thursday,
submitted an application before the Reserve Bank
of India (RBI) for a licence to offer full-fledged
banking services.
“We have approached the RBI today
[Thursday], and hopefully having met all the con-
ditions of RBI, an in-principle approval might be
given. If it is given, I think, it will be a revolution-
ary step because it will bring banking, subject
to Cabinet approval, to the doorstep of the ordi-
nary man in this country,” Telecom and IT Minis-
ter Kapil Sibal told PTI.
The RBI is in the process of granting
fresh banking licences and has set J uly 1 as the
deadline for applying.
The Department of Posts has plans to
start 50 bank branches in the first year and scale
it to a total of 150 branched in five years.
The Department of Posts has started
inter-ministerial consultations for seeking Cabi-
net approval on around Rs.1,900 crore fund re-
quirement to start Post Banks. The total amount
includes Rs.500 crore paid-up capital required
under new banking licence guidelines. — PTI
POSTAL DEPARTMENT TO
LAUNCH QUICKER PARCEL
SERVICE FROM JULY 19.
The department of post is set to
launch a revamped parcel service, with
quick delivery period, better packaging and
security features from J uly 19.
The new product would be launched
in 20 cities across India, including Lucknow
and Agra in the Uttar Pradesh circle. “With
a centralised delivery system in place, the
parcel service would cut down parcel de-
liveries by at least two days,” postal head-
quarters UP circle director Vivek Kumar
LAUNCH OF LOGISTICS POST AIR
SERVICE
India Post has started “Logistics Post
Air Service in Association with Air India on iden-
tified sectors amongst 15 linking airports,
Agartala, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Nagpur, Ban-
galore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, Ahmedabad,
Imphal, Guwahati, Patna, Lucknow &
Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram). The main
features of this service include.
(i) First Category: Airport. Customer to
deposit the consignment at the postal facility
available at the airport premises at Logistics
Post Air Booking Centre, Palam TMO, New Delhi
– 110037 and the delivery will be effected to the
customer at the post office facility at the desti-
nation airport.
(ii) Second Category: City to City (on
payment of additional charges). On payment of
City to City charges, the consignment will be
booked at Logistics Post Air Booking Centre,
RMS Bhawan, Delhi - 110006 and the delivery
will be effected at the Logistics Post Delivery
Centres in the Destination city. (Minimum addi-
tional charges Rs 50 per consignment @ Rs. 1/
- kg).
(iii) Third Category: Door to Door (on
payment of additional charges). Pick up from
the premises or delivery at the permises of the
consignment (Minimum additional charges Rs.
100 per consignment @ Rs. 2/- per kg). Charges
shall be as per volumvetric weight rates to be
followed in accordance with IATA standards
(6000 cubic cm =1 kg for the purpose). There
will be four types of rates for Logistics Post Air
Service viz.
(i)Standard rate - For consignment upto 49 kgs.
(ii) Bulk Rate (BA) - for 50 kgs to 99 kgs.
(iii) Bulk Rate (BB) - For 100 kgs to 249 kgs.
(iv) Bulk Rate (BC) - For 250 kgs & above
EMPLOYEES CAN'T CLAIM VRS
BENEFIT AS MATTER OF RIGHT:
SUPREME COURT
NEW DELHI: No employee, as a matter of right,
can seek the benefits of voluntary retirement
scheme (VRS) and the decision-taking power
lies only with the employer firm, the Supreme
POSTAL BHARATI 14 J ULY, 2013
Daksh said. He added that a new
mechanised parcel and logistic hub-pro-
cessing center was also under consider-
ation for improving services.
In Lucknow, the new parcel services
would be made available at prominent post of-
fices, including General Post office (GPO),
Chowk, New Hydrabad, Gomti Nagar, Nirala
Nagar, Mahanagar, Aliganj, Indira Nagar, SGPGI,
IIM, LDA colony, Aminabad, Alambagh and
Rajajipuram. The facility would be available for
both retail and bulk customers in ordinary and
express forms.
Senior officials at the postal department
said the new system, which was an India Post
initiative, would scrap at least two processes
involved in the route of booking to delivery, that
would help cut down on the delivery time. As of
now, after the booking at the post offices, the
parcel is sent to the Railway Mail Service (RMS)
office of the source station, where it is processed
and directed to the RMS of the destination sta-
tion. Thereafter it is sent to the concerned post
office and dispatched for delivery.
Officials explained that as in the new system,
the processing time at the RMS centres could
be saved it would save at least two days in case
of distant parcel deliveries.
PA/SA DIRECT RECRUITMENT
RESULT
It is informed that the circle wise final
result of PA/SA direct recruitment exam will be
announced during the period from 1st August to
30th September 2013. Valuation of exam papers
already over and Hall permit for computer test
will be issued shortly. It is proposed to have online
computer test for the selected candidates. About
14 lakhs candidates appeared in the exam for
PA for the vacancies around 5100.
HEALTH CARE FACILITIES TO GDS
- GUIDE LINES ISSUED BY THE DE-
PARTMENT
The Department of Post is started pro-
cess to introduce medical facilities to the Gramin
Dak Sevaks on the lines of Rashtriya Swastha
Bhima Yojana formulated by Ministry of Labour
and Employment.
This scheme is likely to be introduced
shortly after its active examination by Integrated
Finance Wing and subject to the approval of the
Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure
at the cost of Rs.7.29 crores from Govt. side.
A Nodal Officer in the Circle of the rank
of DPS will hold the responsibility to implement
the scheme.
In all the Circles, the details of regu-
larly engaged GDS completing one year's ser-
vice as on 01-05-2013 and the details of their
family members (4) (beneficiaries) are to be col-
lected in each division & the data has to be kept
for district-wise.
It is proposed to collect the data from
the regularly engaged each GDS in Annexure -
IV by 15-06-2013. And the required district wise
data as on 01-05-2013 will reach Directorate by
30th J une 2013.
BHARATIYA POSTAL EMPLOYEES AS-
SOCIATION GR. 'C' CENTRAL WORK-
ING COMMITTEE MEETING
Bharatiya Postal Employees Associa-
tion Gr. 'C' Central Working Committee Meeting
will be held from 24th August to 25th August,
2013 at " Porovirim (Goa) Panji Mapusha Road.
AGENDA
1. To Discuss burning problems of Gr. C staff
brought by respective Circle Secretaries. (2) To
Finalize Charter of Demands for ensuing agita-
tion and to discuss & approve strike ballot &
strike. (3) To Discuss an Organisational mat-
ters including membership drive. (4) Holding of
next All India Conference and it its preparation.
(5) Any other item with permission of Chair.
Note: All C.W.C. members requested to con-
firm C.W.C. Venue Shri S.S.Govekar, Regional
Secretary, BPEA Gr. 'C' Maharashtra Circle Mob.
No. 09271292918.
DA July-2013
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POSTAL BHARATI 18 J ULY, 2013
DECISION OF CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS HELD ON 8TH JULY, 2013
The J oint Meeting of Central Trade Unions held on 8th J uly 2013 at B.M.S. Office , New
Delhi has decided the following course of J oint Mobilization/ Agitations and activities.
1. National Convention of Trade Unions on 6th August, 2013 at Mavalankar Hall, New
Delhi
2. State Level and District level Rallies/ Agitations/ Demonstrations/ J ail Bharo etc. dur-
ing last week of September, 2013.
3. March/ Demostration before Parliament in the month of December During Parlia-
ment Session.
4. In various sectore like Coal, Telecom, Bank & Insurance, Transport, Power Port &
Duck etc., joint struggles/ Strikeare being planned/ undertaken by he respective Fed-
erations. All support should be extended to those struggles . Central Trade Unions should
also jointly Endeavour to develop sectoral struggles in various sectors.
Dates and details of programmes in September and December will be finalized through
joint consultation of Central Trade Unions and announced from the National Conven-
tion.
POSTAL BHARATI 19 J ULY, 2013
No. 4-2/2006-C&P/CGHS(P) Dated: 09-07-2013
NOTIFICATION
Merger of 19 Postal Dispensaries pres-
ently functioning in 12 CGHS covered
cities with CGHS.
In pursuance of the decision taken by
the Government on recommendations of Sixth
Pay Commission, the following 19 (nineteen)
Postal Dispensaries presently functioning in 12
(twelve) CGHS covered cities i.e., Ahmadabad
(3) Bhopal (1), Bhubaneswar (1), Dehradun (1d),
Guwahati (2), J aipur (2) J ammu (1) J abalpur (1)
Lucknow (3) , Pune (2) Ranchi (1d) and Shilong
(1) are hereby merged with the Central Govt.
Health Scheme (CGHS).
2. All serving employees and pensioners of De-
partment of Posts (DoP) and Department of
Telecom (DoT) who are residing / settled in the
above 12 cities and are beneficiaries of the 19
Postal Dispensaries shall now be covered un-
der CGHS and the Postal Dispensaries shall
be rechristened as CGHS Wellness Centres.
CGHS membership to the pensioners will be
confined to those who are residing / settled iln
these 12 cities only.
3. In so far as the existing facilities and man-
power in posistion in these 19 Postal Dispen-
saries are concerned , the merger shall be ef-
fective as per the following terms and conditions:-
(A) All serving employees and pensioners of
Department of Post (DoP) and Department of
Telecom (DoT) shall have to abide by the CGHS
rules and guidelines to become a member of
the Scheme. They shall have to pay the requi-
site contribution as per the prevailing rates pre-
scribed by the Ministry of Health and Family
Welfare /CGHS. DoP and DoT will take neces-
sary action to inform their employees and pen-
sioners in this regard.
(B) All existing facilities and infrastructure like
buildings, furniture and fixtues, exqupments etc.
will be taken over by CGHS on as is where is
basis. The Department of post shall handover
the possession of the Postal Dispensaries
accomodation to the Department of Health and
MERGER OF 19 POSTAL DISPENSARIES PRESENTLY FUNCTIONING IN
12 CGHS COVERED CITIES WITH CGHS
Family Welfare / CGHS at a token rent of Rs. 1/
- per annum. In the case of rented accommoda-
tions, CGHS will pay the rent from the date of
taking over of the dispensaries.
(C) All doctors of GDMO sub-cadre of CHS work-
ing in the above 19 dispensaries will be taken on
roll of CGHS and they shall be placed under the
administrative control of Department of Health
and Family Welfare /CGHS for all purposes.
(D) All employees ( technical/ non -technical
staff) along with the wrok allocated and posts
they are currently holding in these 19 Postal
Dispensaries shall be taken over by CGHS. Their
seniority and other condition of service in CGHS
shall be governed by the relevant instructions
and guidelines issued by DoPT from time to time.
(E) All expenditure relating to these dispensa-
ries including medicines, hospitalisation and
other reimbursable expenses ( of pensioners),
salaries and other allowances to the Postal dis-
pensary employees as a result of merger of
these despensaries shall be borne by CGHS from
its own resources.
(F) Local Committee shall be constituted in the
respective cities with representatives from both
CGHS and Postal dispensaries to resolve all
staffing and other local issues arising on account
of the merger in consultation with nodal Minis-
tries.
4. These orders shall be effective from 1st Au-
gust, 2013.
5. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry
of Finance , Department of Expenditure's vide
I.D. No. 18(3) /E.V/2008 dated 06-03-2013.
CADRE RESTRUCTURING PRO-
POSAL FOR POSTAL ACCOUNTS-
INORDINATE DELAY - REGARDING.
The Cadre Restructuring Proposal Postal
Accounts has since been approved by the
Secretary (P) and it is being refferred to
the Notal Ministry.
- S.K Mishra, Secy. Gen. BPEF-
POSTAL BHARATI , July , 2013 R.N.I. No. 36972/81
Printed , Published & Edited by Irshad A.
Shaikh on behalf of Bharatiya Postal Em-
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Grove Road, New Delhi-110 001 Printed at
Lion Art Printers, , 33/4 Ramnagar Delhi-
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REASSESSMENT OF REQUIRE-
MENT OF BYCYCLES TO B.O s
WRITTEN D.O. LETTER TO ALL
HEAD OF CIRCLE BY DTE. S.K.
SINHA CGM (MB).
D.O. No. 17-3/2013-MV dated 05-07-2013
There is a proposal to supply
Bycycles to Branch offices for providing
better postal access to the Rural Areas and
also for delivery of mail.
2. In this context, requirement of Bycycles
regarding their utility in your Circle for pro-
curement of Rural Business like booking of
articles, Money orders, etc. through Hand
Held Devices need to be re-assessed. It may
be keep in view that Bycycles will also be
used delivery of mails pendilng on local ter-
rain, expreme heat and cold, etc. You may
also like to have views / comments on this
issue from the field offices, and especially
from Divisions falling in difficult areas like
Hilly Areas, and Desert areas, areas having
very high rainfall.
3. Kindly communicate your requirement of
Bycycles accordingly within one week
positilvely.
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