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Monday, November 24, 2014

Introduction of Aadhar Enabled Bio-metric Attendance System

To view Department of Personnel and Training OM No. 11-13/9/2014-Estt(A-III) dated 21-11-2014 please Click Here.

CHQ News:-GS writes to Secretary (Posts) on review of result of Inspector Posts Examination 2007 & 2008

No. GS/AIAIASP/Review-IP/2014                                      dated:    22/11/2014

To,
The Secretary,
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi -110001.

Subject: Review of result of Inspector Posts Examination 2007 and 2008.

Respected Madam,

Since IP/ASP Association is not getting helpful response from Directorate to settle even small demands covered under the rules, I am writing you with hope that your kind honour will take action to uphold the law that CPMsG are overlooking for their self interest. Most of the circles have not still taken up the proposal showing correctness of review results of Inspector Posts Examination held in the year 2007 and 2008.

Directorate vide Memo No. A.34013/03/2007-DE (Pt.) dated 16.7.2010 and A.34013/01/2009-DE dated 19.9.2009 has declared the final results of Inspector Posts Examination held for the year 2007 and 2008 respectively. While going through the results it was noticed that following number of surplus vacancies in SC/ST categories after declaration of Inspector Posts Examination results are available for taking up the proposal for review:

Sl. No.
Name of Circle
IP Exam 2007 surplus vacancies
IP Exam 2008 surplus vacancies
SC
ST
SC
ST
1
Andhra Pradesh
-
1
2
1
2
Assam
2
-
1
1
3
Bihar
4
2
3
-
4
Chhattisgarh
-
1
-
-
5
Delhi
-
-
-
-
6
Gujarat
4
3
5
4
7
Haryana
-
-
-
-
8
Himachal Pradesh
-
1
1
-
9
J&K
1
-
-
-
10
Jharkhand
-
-
-
2
11
Karnataka
2
-
-
1
12
Kerala
2
-
-
2
13
Madhya Pradesh
3
3
-
-
14
Maharashtra
-
-
-
1
15
North East
-
-
-
-
16
Odisha
-
2
-
-
17
Punjab
1
-
2
1
18
Rajasthan
1
-
2
1
19
Tamil Nadu
3
-
-
2
20
Uttar Pradesh
4
2
-
2
21
Uttarakhand
-
-
-
-
22
West Bengal
-
-
-
1

IP/ASP Association further brought to your kind notice that, as most of the circles have not taken the proposal for review results of Inspector Posts Examination 2007 and 2008 with Directorate, hence information was obtain through RTI to streamline the position. Copy of RTI application and reply to that are enclosed as Annexure –I and Annexure –II respectively.

          Apparently proposals for review results of Inspector Posts Examination 2007 and 2008 have not been submitted to Directorate by Assam, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal Circles for the reasons best known to them. Resultantly, a large number of mismatches of IP/ASP vacancies due to which our cadre is the most effected.   

          It is therefore requested to ascertain reasons as to why the above particularized circles failed to take up review proposals timely to Directorate and association hope that your assistance will definitely prove helpful to resolve the issue and circles will work as per law so that justice may prevail.

          Hoping for a positive action and line in reply.

Yours sincerely,

 Sd/-
(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary

Copy forwarded for information and necessary action to :


The Chief Postmaster General, Assam / Chhattisgarh / Himachal Pradesh / J&K / Jharkhand / Karnataka / Madhya Pradesh / Maharashtra / Odisha / Punjab / Tamil Nadu and West Bengal Circle. 

CHQ need information on following issues....

Following information is still not received from Circle Secretaries and CHQ Office Bearers

1. Vacancy position of PS Gr. B posts in circle as on 31/12/2014.

2. Submission of ACRs/APARs of 39 officers who are in the zone of promotion for PS Gr. B cadre and its submission to RO/CO. List posted on blog on 19/11/2014 

3. Total vacancy position of Direct Recruit Inspector Posts in the circle.

4. Up-dation of PS Gr. B seniority list circulated by Directorate under No. 9-02/2013-SPG dated 16/9/2014. Names of retired / expired and promoted officers to be deleted by each circle.

5. Details of surplus qualified IPs who are yet to join to their parent circle. Directorate has already issued orders to each circle to consider the request of IPs under Rule 38 on 21/7/2014. CLICK HERE to see Directorate memo.

6. CHQ quota for 2013-14 received from Chhattisgarh (Rs. 4000/-) and Odisha (Rs. 10000/-) circles only. Remaining Circles should remit their due quota immediately.  

7. Review results position of Inspector Posts Examination 2007 onwards. Many IP posts are vacant in circles. 

8. Names of Regions/Circles who have not paid RPLI incentives to sub divisional heads. 

        Circle Secretaries and CHQ Office Bearers will only furnish the information to GS by email. 

Friday, November 21, 2014

India Post working on model to connect artisans with e-commerce

India Post has been asked to develop a framework to facilitate local artisans sell their products online, Telecom and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said here today.

"I have asked India Post to develop framework where India artisan like in Kashi, handloom of Meerut, artisans at Tirupur can leverage postal environment to become big brand in e-commerce," Prasad said at an event organised by Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad on public policy making.

The minister had on Wednesday met Department of Posts officials, where they shared India Post's plans to tap opportunities in the e-commerce sector.

India Post, which has world's largest postal network of 1.55 lakh post offices, has seen multifold rise in business since the time it entered in partnership with e-commerce companies.

As per industry estimates shared by India Posts, e-commerce business in India was about $6 billion in value in 2012 and is expected to reach $76 billion by 2021.

The distribution, delivery or logistics is projected to constitute about 12 per cent of the total e-commerce market, accounting for about USD 9 billion by 2021.

Prasad said government policy needs to balance growth and equity and be participative in nature. "We need to come up with framework which is not unilateral and is participative."

The minister shared example of Jan Dhan Yojana which has resulted in opening of about 70 million new bank accounts within couple of months and getting public idea through 'mygov.in' website.

"There was no requirement to deposit single penny in bank account opened under Jan Dhan Yojana but people deposited about Rs 6,000 crore in total," Prasad said.

He said that policy should not be directed top-down but it should emanate from bottom and go up.

He sought suggestions from IIM and other academic institutes in formulating policy that can be inclusive of people and bring growth along with equity.

IIM-A Chairperson for marketing Dhreeraj Sharma said that the institute is discussing various management strategies and systemic interventions which can help government deliver their plans and policies in the most expeditious and effective manner.

"We hope that discussions and interactions during the course of this conference will result in the creation of the sentiment with reference to development and implementation of public policy," Sharma said.

Source:-The Economic Times

Special benefits in cases of death and disability in service - Revision of Disability Pension/Family pension of Pre-2006 disability pensioners/ Family Pensioners - regarding.

To view please Click Here.

Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) to the Central Government Pensioners residing in areas not covered under CGHS.

To view Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare OM No. 4/25/2008-P&PW(D) dated 19-11-2014 regarding enhancement of the amount of FMA from Rs.300/- to Rs.500/- per month please  Click Here. 

Official dealings between the Administration and Members of Parliament and State legislatures - Observances of proper procedure.

To view Department of Personnel and Training (Establishment Division) No. 11013/2/2012-Estt.A dated 19-11-2014 please Click Here

CHQ News:-DPC for the promotion to the cadre of PS Gr. B for the year 2014-15.....updates!!!

The list of 39 officers who are in the Zone of Consideration for PS Group B DPC for the vacancy year 2014-15 but their information not received at Directorate is mentioned below. Directorate has not received any information/documents from any of the Circles in respect of these officers. It is, therefore, very difficult to Directorate to proceed further. Hence it is therefore finally requested to all Circle Secretaries, CHQ Office Bearers and members of this Association that, if any of these officers are working in your Circle/or if any information is available in the Circle, requisite documents/information relating to these officers may be sent to Directorate through Circle and that too today itself to enable Directorate to convene the said DPC at the earliest. Yesterday, GS has ascertained information of 8 to 10 officers and submitted to Directorate. GS has also issued SMS and telephoned to all CS to give top priority to this issue, as DPC is already delayed for which Directorate is not responsible. First Supplementary DPC will be held and then regular DPC for 2014. 




Sl.  No.
Name of the Officer
S/Shri
Date of Birth
Whether SC/ ST
Circle
Batch
Remarks
Status as informed by Circle(s) recently during handing over of ACR at Dte
1.      
DN SURENDER KUMAR
29.04.57
DELHI
1988
No information
2.      
A.K. MISHRA
10.10.56
MAH
1988
APS/ no information
Not in APS
3.      
K.R.K. REDDY
10.06.62
AP
1989
Yet to be obtained from AP/ officer abscond.
4.      
NAZIR AHMAD
30.08.55
J&K
1989
No ACR$
5.      
A.B. BASARARAJU
18.02.54
KTK
1989
No information/ Retired
6.      
KALOO RAM
11.01.58
UP
1989
APS
Not in APS
7.      
D.K. SHARMA
06.01.58
UP
1989
APS
Not in APS
8.      
A. N. MISHRA
20.04.54
MP
1989
APS/ No Information/Retd.
WB intimated that officer in MP
9.      
O.P. SHARMA
20.11.59
HP
1989
APS/ No Information
Not in HP/ Not in APS
10.   
SHEORATAN RAM
01.07.55
BIHAR
1989
APS
Not in APS
11
K C YADAV
15.10.57
MAH
1990
APS
IN UP CIRCLE
12
DHAGLA RAM
07.04.60
RAJ
1990
ACR Awaited from Raj
13
SRINIWAS
10.01.58
UP
1990
WB Circle intimated that officer is in UP
14
GULAB CHAND YADAV
05.11.60
Bihar
1990
WB circle intimated that officer is in Bihar
15
P.S. THAKUR
02.02.54
HP
1990
APS/ Retired
Not in APS
16
S.N. CHANDAKE
22.07.57
KTK
1990
APS
Not in APS
17
B.P. SINGH
25.07.55
MAH
1991
APS
APS
18
RAMLAL VISHWAKARMA
01.06.60
MP
1991
19
S. NATARAJAN
01.06.58
KTK
1991
Not in Karnataka
20
SATYA NARAIN SINGH
06.10.56
Jharkhand
1991
21
Smt. RAJ KISHORI
25.06.54
DELHI
1991
 Retired
Retired
22
P.S. RAO
24.08.63
AP
1992
APS
Discharged from APS
23
PANKAJ Kr. MISHRA
09.02.66
BIHAR
1992
24
MS. KUNTALA BISWAS
01.07.61
NE
1992
25
D. K. DEY
01.02.54
NE
1992
 Retd.
Retired
26
B.L. YADAV
01.07.62
NE
1992
27
KESHAO Kr. JHA
10.01.54
BIHAR
1992
 Retd.
28
SURYA Kr. PANDEY
03.01.58
UP
1992
WB Circle intimated that officer is in UP
29
KRISHNA DEO SINGH
10.02.62
BIHAR
1992
30
VISHNU DEO RAM
01.01.57
SC
Jharkhand
1992
Jharkhand informed - Retired on 31.12.2010
31
P. N. YADAV
01.06.58
MAH
1992
APS
Not in APS
32
O.P. SAHOTA
27.09.54
SC
PUNJAB
1992
APS
Not in APS
33
VIJAY Kr.
SC
HP
1992
Not in HP
34
K. CHANDRAMOHAN
26.05.55
KERALA
1992
APS
Not in APS
35
VIJAY KUMAR
27.06.60
SC
HP
1993
In APS
36
OM VEER SINGH
SC
RAJ
1993
Not pertains to Rajasthan
37
SMT. K. KHARSHANDI
28.08.62
ST
NE
1993
38
RAMAKANTA SETHI
SC
ORISSA
1993
Not in Odisha Circle
39
K.R.BISWAS
14.09.54
SC
WB
1993
APS
Not in West Bengal