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Friday, April 18, 2014

CWC-cum-CC Meeting of AIPEU, Gr.-C, Odisha Circle branch to be held from 2.05.2014 to 04.05.2014 in Keonjhargarh

As per SMS received from Com. R C Mishra, Circle Secretary, notice has been issued  for holding the Circle Council Meeting and Circle Working Committee Meeting of AIPEU, Group-C, Odisha Circle branch  at Gujarati Samaj Bhawan, Keonjhargarh from 02.05.2014 to 04.05.2014

Circle Working Committee Meeting of AIPEU GDS (NFPE), Odisha Circle branch concluded successfully in Bhubaneswar on 18.04.2014

 Com. B Samal, Asst. Circle Secretary, AIPEU,Gr.-C, Odisha Circle branch inaugurated the CWC

UPU News : Resolution calls for swift action on e-commerce

16.04.2014 - The UPU’s latest Postal Operations Council adopted a resolution urging the organization’s relevant groups to speed up their work on integrating actions to facilitate e-commerce, a critical issue shaping the future of postal services.

 Customers want simple and reliable services (Photo: Shutterstock)

The resolution, adopted during the plenary on 11 April, acknowledges that e-commerce holds many opportunities for the world’s Posts, including growth as letter-post volumes decline and a chance to retrain postal workers and invest in new sustainable jobs. Posts are also well positioned to foster e-commerce activity for citizens and micro, small and medium enterprises and e-retailers that would ultimately boost the economy.
The text emphasizes the need to act swiftly to meet market and consumer needs as cross-border e-commerce is still in its infancy, but on an upward path.
Talk about e-commerce dominated the latest POC agenda. Fueled by what they heard at a major e-commerce forum held at the end of March, several POC groups went into their meetings with a clear aim: finding solutions to the e-commerce challenges at hand, including simplifying international products and services, working more effectively with Customs, improving the delivery service, and putting in place an effective merchandise return international service.
Much has already been done on developing the latter. Member countries at this POC approved a user guide for the new service, but work remains on the service’s actual implementation. The service is expected to go live this year, enabling international consumers to easily return merchandise ordered online from other countries.
The product strategy and integration group will also be working on developing the specifications of an e-commerce solution for packages weighing between 0 and 30 kilos, and featuring tracking, customer service and customs preadvice features.

Time is of the essence

POC delegates agreed that postal services have to be fast if they are to benefit fully from the expected surge in parcels generated by the growing online business. They heeded the call to listen to the customer.
According to Alex Nascimento, chair of the e-commerce group under the POC’s committee 3 (physical services), no logistics company has a better competitive position than Posts [in terms of e-commerce]. But he added there was no time to lose.
“Customers say to the Post: ‘I trust you, but I need better information, better delivery options, better prices.’ They know we are capable of handling logistics operations, but they are also saying: ‘We need more than that, and we need it as fast as possible,’” said Nascimento.
During the plenary, Terry Dunn, chair of committee 3, said that customers had made it clear they want “simple, reliable, consistent services that make sense for today”. 
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UPU News : How the postbus drives the universal service in pictures

Keep on moving in Ethiopia (Photo: Michael Tewelde/EPA/Keystone)
What do Ethiopia and Switzerland have in common? A postbus service to move people and mail.
The latest issue of Union Postale magazine reveals how this service is far from being relegated to the annals of history.
Check out our slideshows on how the service is bringing the post and passengers to their destination in these UPU member countries.
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UPU News : Posts ready to exploit demand for financial services

11.04.2014 - To capture the potential for growing the market for postal financial services, Posts must be open, forward-looking and innovative.

 Postal financial services could throw a lifeline to socio-economic development (Photo: Khalfan Said/keystone/EPA, Arusha, Tanzania)

“While postal financial services have been around for more than a century, they can still provide a large revenue stream for Posts,” said UPU Director General Bishar A. Hussein at a recent UPU forum organized prior to the Postal Operations Council in April.
He called on public postal operators to boost their bottom line through a business area that also brings many social benefits. “Postal financial services can facilitate national economic growth and financial inclusion, as well alleviate poverty and provide a lifeline to many migrants,” he said.
Pedro de Vasconcelos from the International Fund for Agricultural Development reminded attendees that the global remittance market was worth some 430 billion USD in 2013. “In the next five years, 2.5 trillion USD will go to countries in remittances… of which the rural share is 1 trillion USD,” he said.
“The postal operators’ market share might be small as there are a lot of players but there are still huge opportunities to be had,” said de Vasconceles.

Private view

An insight into the private sector’s take on remittances from migrants came from the International Association of Money Transfer Networks, a trade body. Its chair, Mohit Davar, said there was a huge market for remittances, driven purely by migrants.
“There are 220 million migrants living and working overseas,” said Davar. “However, informal remittances account for about 40 per cent of volumes.”
Davar called for more harmonized regulation of the money-transfer market, as without this: “We will end up pushing flows into informal market and [no player in the market] wants that.”

Posts speak

The Kenyan Post shared its innovative approach to financial services. On the one hand, it handles government payment services. On the other, it is an agent for five commercial banks. “There was customer demand for this because of difficulties in sending and receiving money,” said Enock Kinara, its CEO.
Alfred Mabika Mouyama from Poste Gabon emphasized that public postal operators could rise to the challenge. “The post office is able to provide financial services, it can develop partnerships both internationally and nationally and it can listen to regulators, while supporting our governments to bring their services to the population,” he said.
Summarizing discussions held during the forum, UPU Deputy Director General Pascal Clivaz said: “At the UPU level, we invite our member countries to renew the legislative framework and be open to partnerships, allowing the public postal sector to be major players in new financial services, including those involving mobile phones.”
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Empower people through legally backed entitlements: President

President Pranab Mukherjee today said the philosophy of development in recent times is to empower people through entitlements which are backed by legal guarantees. Mukherjee said this to a group of Probationers of Indian Postal Service (2010-13 batch) and Indian P&T Accounts and Finance Service (2011-13 batch) who called on him at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Addressing the probationers, the President said they were entering government service at a time of great flux and ever increasing expectations of the citizenry from our public machinery. "The environment today presents myriad challenges and opportunities at the same time. The state is today no longer merely responsible for the maintenance of law and order or the dispensation of justice. Its role today is far more pro-active and far more inclusive in that it has to promote growth with equity.
"The philosophy of development today is empowerment of people through entitlements which are backed by legal guarantees," a Rashtrapati Bhavan spokesperson said quoting Mukherjee. The President said as the nature and scope of the activities of the State changes, the role of its administration assumes greater importance such as Right to Information and Right to Education."Therefore, the greatest challenge before the civil servants today is to adjust to this new role of the government," he said.
 The President asked the officer trainees to be the agents of the change which they wish to see in their society and country, the spokesperson added.
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Probationers of Indian Postal Service, Indian P&T Accounts, Finance Service call on Prez

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Why not a ‘Post Bank of India’?

Using the massive India Post network for banking services would give a big push to financial inclusion

April 17, 2014:  

The issue of granting new commercial bank licences was mooted in the Union Budget of February 2010. Since then there have been discussion papers, draft guidelines and, after the final guidelines were issued, 25 applications have been under close scrutiny.

The process came to an end with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announcing the grant of in-principle approval to two applicants — Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation Limited (IDFC) and Bandhan Financial Services.
In the case of India Post, however, the RBI has indicated that its application would need to be put through a different process in consultation with the government.
Opening up the licensing window periodically results in a spate of complications and it is now recognised that it may be better to have a system of ‘on tap’ applications. Moreover, thought is being given to a system of ‘differentiated bank licences’; the full guidelines still have to be set out and this will take time. The 22 applicants that have not been granted a licence will need to reapply.
Long haul: The two entities given in-principle approval — IDFC and Bandhan — are likely to take very different courses to setting up banks. It will, however, be a decade before they become forces to reckon with. In fact, as Rajiv Lall, Chairman IDFC, rightly points out, the setting up of a bank is a marathon, not a sprint.
Potential: The RBI in its communication on licensing banks has indicated that India Post’s application will need to be examined and processed on a different footing.
Ostensibly, a major thrust to financial inclusion is one of the key reasons for considering the formation of new banks.
It is here that India Post will take centre-stage. There are 155,000 post offices, of which about 140,000 (90 per cent), are in the rural areas. As such, India Post is pre-eminently suited for a bank licence. Trying to achieve financial inclusion without a central role for India Post would be like stagingHamlet without the Prince of Denmark.
History: The idea of a postal bank was mooted in the late 1980s by the then Finance Secretary S. Venkitaramanan and he subsequently followed it up after he became RBI Governor in December 1990. But the proposal was shot down by the Ministry of Finance.
The Ministry’s opposition arises from the procedure followed for savings garnered by the postal system. The funds collected under various schemes are remitted to the government and the postal system draws on the government when there are outgos. Since the totality of inflows each year invariably exceeds the outflows, the government gets a bonanza.
Apprehensions: The erroneous apprehension is that there would be an unmanageably large cash outflow from the government when the postal bank is set up. This issue can be easily tackled.
First, for the outstanding savings-bank balances (i.e. the pre-zero balances) the government could issue non-negotiable securities with varying maturities ranging from treasury bills to long-term bonds.
The interest rate on these bonds could be negotiated by the Postal Bank and the Ministry of Finance and should be above the present postal savings bank rate to cover operational expenses and any future rise in the savings bank rate.
Second, as regards time deposits, the pre-zero liabilities could be discharged on the due date by the government and any fresh time deposits would be the liability of the Postal Bank. Third, for certain schemes, such as Provident Funds and Senior Citizen Retirement schemes, these could be handled by the Postal Bank on an agency basis, for which the Postal Bank could be suitably remunerated.
Capital: It is estimated that about 1,800 crore would be required to set up a Postal Bank. The Government is being approached for 623 crore and the rest will be raised by the Postal Bank from the market.
The Bank will be of a very different genre than the present public sector banks and, as such, should not be rejected as yet another public sector bank that may not be desirable.
Branches: A bogey raised is that the Postal Bank will not be able to handle the large network of branches.
This could be a calibrated process in which, initially, a few offices could be set up as branches and select Post Offices could be designated as extension counters with all other post-offices operating as an agency network. In course of time, the extension counters can be converted into full-fledged branches and new extension counters set up. Over some years, a large network of Postal Bank branches could be set up.
Investment skills: The Postal Bank will need a team of skilled specialists to invest in government securities and money market instruments. The Postal Bank should be able to earn on its portfolio of investments a margin well above the cost of funds, which would make it viable.
Limited lending: The Postal Bank should initiate lending operations very cautiously as it builds up lending skills.
Loans should initially only be given by a few select branches with skilled personnel and restricted to small amounts.
It would, of course, be necessary to ensure that lending operations are based on transparent criteria with strict observance of lending norms.
Financial inclusion: The new government should undertake a concerted drive to remove the conceptual cobwebs preventing the setting up of a Postal Bank, considering the great potential such a bank has for taking banking to the masses.

Payment of D A to GDS at revised rates w.e.f. 01.01.2014 onwards - reg

Govt woman employee can get uninterrupted two-year leave for child care: SC

The Supreme Court today held that a woman employee of central government can get uninterrupted leave for two years for child care, which also includes needs like examination and sickness. 

A bench of justices S J Mukhopadhaya and V Gopala Gowda set aside the order of Calcutta High Court which had held that Central Civil Services (Leave) Rules do not permit uninterrupted CCL(Child Care Leave) for 730 days.

"On perusal of circulars and Rule 43-C, it is apparent that a woman government employee having minor children below 18 years can avail CCL for maximum period of 730 days i.e. during the entire service period for taking care of upto two children. The care of children is not for rearing the smaller child but also to look after any of their needs like examination, sickness etc," the bench said.

It said that CCL even beyond 730 days can be granted by combining other leave if due and the finding of the High Court was based neither on Rule 43-C nor on guidelines issued by the central government.

The court passed the order on a petition filed by a woman government employee Kakali Ghosh challenging government's decision not to grant her leave of 730 days for preparing her son for secondary/senior examinations.

She had first approached Central Administrative Tribunal Calcutta for getting leave. The tribunal had ordered in her favour but the High Court reversed the order after which she moved the apex court.

The apex court set aside the High Court's order.

"We set aside the impugned judgement dated September 18, 2012 passed by the Division Bench of Calcutta High Court, Circuit Bench at Port Blair and affirm the judgement and order dated April 30, 2012 passed by the Tribunal with a direction to the respondents to comply with the directions issued by the Tribunal within three months from the date of receipt/ production of this judgement," it said.

Confederation's Letter demanding Increase in certain allowances by 25% as a result of enhancement of Dearness Allowance to 100% w.e.f. 01.01.2014


Wednesday, April 16, 2014

I T Modernization Project updates


Schedule of PA SA   Examination (Paper I) for the following Postal Circles is as follows:
Postal Circles
Exam Date
Exam Time
Delhi (15), Kerala (22), Rajasthan (28)
02:00PM to 04:00PM
Assam (12), Chhattisgarh (14), North East (25), Odisha (26)
10:00AM to 12:00NOON



Appeal of the Chairperson, Women Sub-Committee, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Bhubaneswar Division

My Dear Comrades,
            Best wishes to you all. I am heartily thankful to you all for selecting me as the Chairperson of the Women Sub Committee constituted this time in the 8th Biennial Conference of All India Postal Employees Union, Group-C, Bhubaneswar Division held at the Institution of Engineers, Odisha State Centre, Bhubaneswar – 751 001 from 12th to 13th April, 2014.
            It is a historical step on the part of the union to constitute a women wing to extend co-operation and justice to the women employees working in the Dept of Posts under Bhubaneswar Division.
            Time has travelled a long since I have joined this Dept. in 1990. At that time, I was the only lady employee in Rourkela HO under Sundargarh Division which has 56 SOs under it. As a single lady employee, I had to face so many problems to discharge my duty. But regretfully, I couldn’t discuss it with my co-workers too. I was under mental stress and felt my-self apart from the crowd. I was not free with my co-workers and they too couldn’t help me unless I   asked for the same. There was a dilemma in my mind and I suffered a lot. Lastly,  I  decided to quit the job for this reason. But thankfully,  my then Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Group-C, Sundargarh Division Mr .P K  Giri counseled me a lot and advised me not to quit the job for such a silly reason. And till now, I’m in this Dept.
            1990 to 2014 is a long run travel .With time, things have changed a lot. Now, there is heavy rush of women employees to the Department  every year in comparison to  male employees. Their number is increasing day by day in the Dept . So a platform is very much required for redressal of women issues.
            Now question arises why at all we need another platform? 
People born female or male,  learn to be girls and boys who grow into women and men. This behavior makes up gender identities and  determine societal ascribed gender roles. In this context, female and male may be equal intellectually. But they are physically, mentally and socially different from their counterparts. Female have their own problems, preferences, needs and naggings. Male can’t   understand this and also female can’t discuss it with them. In this regard a separate platform is very much essential to sought out these issues, discuss over it, make the resolutions and work out the solution. 
            So, we should be thankful to the All India Postal Employees Union, group-C, Bhubaneswar Divisional branch at large for such a historic step to constitute a separate platform which will work for the women postal employees of this Bhubaneswar Division under the umbrella a militant organization in the name of National Federation of Postal Employees.
            As the selected Chairperson of the Women Sub-Committee, I would like to request all the women employees to take active part in the union activities. Let us join hands for our betterment,  for the  betterment of  our  Union/Federation /Confederation, our Department, society and the nation as a whole.
            I would like to say here that a woman employee, before being an employee  is a  daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother, a daughter-in–law  and she also plays  such many other roles. Each role has its own identity and responsibility which   can’t be denied / avoided. She is a home-maker so also an employee. In this context, sometimes she fails to do justice to her work in the work-place and seek cooperation from others in the work-place. I sincerely request my male colleagues to extend their cooperation to carry out the work smoothly. Because, together we can make a prospering Department.
            Lastly I can only appeal to all my comrades, let’s work together and prosper together. Togetherness is the only key to prosperity.
            Thanking you all.
                                                                                                                   Fraternally yours,
                                                                                                                   Nandita Mohanty 
Women Sub Committee
AIPEU, Gr.-C, Bhubaneswar Division

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

8th Biennial Conference of AIPEU, Gr.-C, Bhubaneswar Division concluded successfully on 13.04.2014

            The AIPEU, Group-C, Bhubaneswar Divisional branch concluded its 8th Biennial Conference on 13.04.2014 in the Institution of Engineers ( India ), Odisha State Centre, Bhubaneswar – 751 001.
            In accordance with the Notification issued vide this Union’s letter No. Un/BN-AIPEU/Gr.-C/Con-2014, dated 18.03.2014, the Working Committee sat on 12.04.2014 and finalized the agenda for the 8th Biennial Conference and discussed , considered and adopted the draft Biennial Report , Audited Accounts and Budget Estimates  to be presented before the 8th Biennial Conference.
            The Draft Biennial Report was released by Com. M Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE/Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers. Wishing every success of the Biennial Conference, Com. Krishnan briefed the long successful journey of NFPE since its initiation in the name of Postal Club of Kolkatta GPO in 1905 till date presenting the story of struggles and sacrifices of our founder leaders and other pioneers of P & T Trade Union Movement. To maintain the glory of such an organization in the name of NFPE, Com. Krishnan advised the members to be knowledgeable and militant to save the organization and the Department as well.
            On the day of the Open Session on 13.04.2014, the national Flag was hoisted by Com M Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE/Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers , the NFPE Flag   by Com. R C Mishra, Circle Secretary, P-III, Odisha Circle and Vice – President, CHQ and the AIPEU, Gr.-C flag by Com. P C Dash, Divisional President at 10 AM. The Open Session of the Conference was inaugurated by Com. R N Dhal, Ex-Leader , RJCM ( Staff Side )  and General Secretary, Odisha State CoC of Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers.
In his welcome address, Com. Dusmant Dash, Convener, Odisha Shramika  O Karmachari Ekata Mancha and Chairman Reception Committee strongly criticized the anti-working class, anti-people and anti-employee  policies of the present Govt and suggested everyone to opt for electing a right Govt. that will work for the welfare of the common men and protect the national unity, social cohesion, secular and federal structure and democratic ethos of this sub-continent.
Addressing the Open Session as Chief Guest, Shri Anil Kumar Singh, DPS ( BD & Mktg.) narrated the need of the hours and role of the postal employees to save the Department.
Shri Subash Ch. Barik, SSPOs, Bhubaneswar Division addressed the Open Session as Guest of Honour. In his deliberation, the SSPOs appreciated the efforts of all the Divisional Secretaries and their team members whose hard works and sincere efforts could help Bhubaneswar Division in achieving its target in PLI /RPLI and POSB. He also appealed all the staff members to be very much cordial towards the customers and deliver the same as expected from the members of public by them.
Addressing the Open Session as Chief Speaker, Com. M Krishnan, General Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, CHQ / Secretary General NFPE / Secretary General, Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers briefed the commitment of NFPE towards the nation as a whole. He elaborately discussed all the current issues affecting the Group-C employees in particular and Postmen, MTS and GDS employees in general. Intimating the activities undertaken by the CHQ / NFPE at Directorate level on MNOP, IT Modernization Project, National Postal Policy, abolition of posts and post offices, cadre restructuring, 7th CPC and project Arrow related issues, Com. Krishnan told how the CHQ is functioning prioritizing redressal of the all genuine issues  as early as possible. He suggested the members to make the organizations at grass root level stronger so that the Circle Union, CHQ, NFPE and Confederation will function efficiently. There is no other organization as NFPE and Confederation. So every individual members should feel proud of being a member of NFPE and motivate others to join NFPE.
The Open session was also wished and addressed by the following dignitaries.
1.    Com. R N Dhal, General Secretary, Confederation’s Odisha State CoC
2.    Com. R C Mishra, Circle Secy, P-III and Vice-President CHQ
3.    Shri. G C Mohanty, Circle Secy., Officers Association, Odisha Circle
4.    Shri S K Mohapatra, Circle President, Officers Association, Odisha Circle
5.    Com. Pitabasa Jena, Circle Secy.,  AIAIASP, Odisha
6.    Com. Lenin Mohanty, Circle Secy.,  AIPAOEU, Odisha
7.    Com. M M Samal, President, State CoC, CCGEW
8.    Com. Debabrat Mohanty, Circle Secy., P-IV, Odisha Circle and DGS, CHQ
9.    Com. Nirmal Singh, Circle Secy., AIPEU GDS (NFPE)
10.  Com. Kishore Biswal, Circle Secy., AIPPPEU, Odisha
11.  Com. Srikant Mallick, Circle Secy., AISBCOEU, Odisha
While Com. B P Dash Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Cuttack City Division attended the Conference with his team members Com. Bimal Pr. Mohanty and Com. Rashmi Ranjan Samant, this Union was privileged to have the kind presence of Com. Rajesh Bohidar, Divisional Secretary, AIPEu, gr.-C, Puri Division, Com. Purna Ch. Moharana , Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Koraput Division, Com. Upendra Kumar Sahoo, Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C along with Com. Ashish Ku. Dash, ex- Assistant Secy, Bhubaneswar Division and now Postmaster Grade – II, NACO Nagar MDG, Dhenkanal Division, Com. Pravakar Dalai, Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Cuttack South Division and Lamobdar Mishra, Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Bolangir Division. In addition, this union is also obliged to Com. Kishore Ch. Sahoo, Genl. Secy. Text Book Press Employees Federation, Odisha, Com. J K Mishra, Vice – President State CoC from Institute of Physics, Com.  Parsuram Rout, Secretary, Class-IV Karmachari Sangh, Survey of India and all other members of Odisha State CoC for their kind presence.
We also thank Com. Sudhir Kumar Swain and Com. Ghanashyam Panda, Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Postmen & MTS and AIPEU GDS (NFPE) respectively and their team members whose participation added colours to the Conference.
The Open Session was presided by Com. P C Dash, Divisional President and organized in a very decorative and colourful manner by Com. Pramod Kumar Sahoo and Ms. Sonali Priyadarshinee, members of this Divisional Union. Lastly all the dignitaries present on the dais were felicitated by the union.
The vote of thanks was given by Com. B Samal, Divisional Secretary.
The afternoon session was started at 4 PM. The Biennial Report was presented by Com. B Samal, Divisional Secretary and the Audited Accounts by Com. Lingaraj Sahoo, Treasurer and adopted by the General Body in the presence of our General Secretary and Circle Secretary. As many as 30 resolutions on local issues were adopted unanimously.  In order to increase the participation of women employees in union activities and to create awareness on the duties and rights of the working women, the 8th Biennial Conference unanimously resolved to form a Women Sub Committee in the line of All India level already formed by our CHQ in the 29th AIC. It was also resolved that the Women Sub Committee will be invited for all the Divisional Working Committees.
The following members were unanimously selected to the 1st Women Sub Committee of this Divisional Union.
Chair Person
Smt. Nandita Mohanty
P A, Ashoknagar MDG, Bhubaneswar – 751 009
Smt. Kanti Manjari Bhatt
P A, Sahidnagar MDG, Bhubaneswar – 751 007
Smt. Banani Rath
P A, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
Ms. Suprava Acharya
P A, Bhubaneswar GPO (under orders of transfer)
Smt. Sasmita Sahoo
P A, Bhubaneswar GPO - 751001
Smt. Sasmita Devi
OA, PSD, Bhubaneswar – 751 007
Ms. Neelima Rout
S A, Divisional Office, Bhubaneswar-751 009
Ms. Sugi Baske
SPM, Odisha Assembly SO, Bhubaneswar-1
Then election of new office bearers was held and the following members were elected unanimously for the ensuing session.
Elected in the 8th Divisional Biennial Conference held from 12.04.2014 to 13.04.2014
Designation and address
Com. Pramod Ku. Pattnaik
APM, Bhubaneswar GPO, Bhubaneswar-751001
Vice President
1. Com. Anil Ku. Mohanty
SPM , A G SO, Bhubaneswar – 751 001
2. Com. Lingaraj Sahoo
APM, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
3. Com. Daitary Mohapatra
Treasurer, Bhubaneswar GPO  – 751 001
Com. Bruhaspati Samal
Postmaster, Ashoknagar MDG, Bhubaneswar – 9
Asst. Secretary
1. Com. Dipti Ranjan Mohanty
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO - – 751 001
2. Com Shantilata Rath
APM, Bhubaneswar GPO  – 751 001
3. Com. Ram Chandra Kandi
SPM, Kakatpur S O, Dt.- Puri – 752 108
4. Com. Radha Kr. Pradhan
SA, Divisional Office, Bhubaneswar – 751 009
Com. Sukhlal Tudu
PA, Bhoinagar SO – 751 022
Asst. Tr.
Com. Hemant Kumar Ojha
P A, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
Organizing Secretary
1. Com. Nihar Ranjan Pattnaik
PRI ( P ), Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
2. Com. Durga Ch. Mohanty
SPM, Kedargouri S O – 751 002
3. Com.  N C Senapati
SPM, Gop S O  , Dt.- Puri – 752 110
4. Com. Saroj Ku. Patra
O A, Divisional Office, Bhubaneswar – 751 009
Com. Ajeya Kumar Mishra
Accountant, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
Circle Councilor
 Com. Kailash Ch. Sahoo
P A, Kakatpur S O, Dt. Puri – 752 108
Com. Tapan Ku. Sahoo
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
Executive Body Members
1.Com. Umakant Lenka
Postmaster, Gr.-II, Bhubaneswar – 2 MDG
2.Com. Sudhir Ku. Mohanty
Postmaster Gr - I, Budheswari Colony
3.Com. Laba Kumar Pradhan
SPM, C R P Line, Bhubaneswar – 751 011
4.Com. Prasanna Ku. Mohanty
O A, Divisional Office, Bhubaneswar – 751 009
5.Com. Binod Kumar Das
SPM, Sailashreevihar SO, Bhubaneswar – 21
6.Com. B. B. Mohapatra
 S A , O / o the Chief PMG, Odisha Circle, BBSR
7.Com. Nivedita Swain
P A, Bhoinagar S O – 751 022
8.Com. Gopinath Kar
BE, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
9.Com. Rajendra N. Pattnaik
P A, Nayapalli S O, Bhubaneswar – 751 012
10.Com. Hemant Ku. Sahoo
SPM, Nayahat S O , Dt. – Puri  - 752 107
11.Com. Pradeep Ku. Das
P A, Bhubaneswar Secretariat S O – 751 001
12.Com. Arun Kumar Ghosh
P A, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
13.Com. R V Kokila
P A,  Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
14.Com. R N Sahoo-II
BE, CO, Bhubaneswar – 751 001
15.Com. Gopal Mohapatra
PA, Sahidnagar MDG, Bhubaneswar – 751 007
16.Com. Shiba Prasad Barik
PA, Divisional Office, Bhubaneswar – 751 009
17.Com. Lal Mohan Mohapatra
PA, CO, Bhubaneswar – 751 001
18.Com. Sunil Ku. Mishra
SPM, Khandagiri S O, Bhubaneswar - 751030
19.Com. Suryanarayan Sahoo
ATR, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
20.Com. Bajan Tudu
SPM, Aerodrome Area, Bhubaneswar – 751 020