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Thursday, July 20, 2017

7th Pay Commission: Govt extends deadline to receive, dispose of anomalies

The Centre has extended by three months the deadline to receive complaints and dispose of pay- related anomalies by its employees vis-a-vis the seventh pay commission report.
This is the second such extension granted by the Centre.

The original time-limit to receive complaints on any discrepancy arising out of the implementation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission report was February 15.

It was first extended to May 15 and now to August 15, an order issued today by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) said.

Similarly, the deadline to dispose these anomalies of would now be February 15, 2018. The original time-limit was August 15, which was later extended to November 15.

The Centre has accepted most of the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, to be implemented from January 1, 2016.

The had last year asked all central departments to set up committees to look into various pay- related anomalies.

The anomaly committees were to be formed at two levels-- national and departmental-- comprising representatives of the official side and the staff side of the national council and the departmental council respectively.

The Departmental Anomaly Committee is chaired by the additional secretary or the joint secretary (administration) concerned.

"The National Anomaly Committee will deal with anomalies common to two or more departments and in respect of common categories of employees.

"The Departmental Anomaly Committee will deal with anomalies pertaining exclusively to the department concerned and having no repercussions on the employees of another ministry or department in the opinion of the Financial Adviser," the had said.

The committees have been mandated to receive anomalies through secretary, staff side of their respective councils.

Cases where there is a dispute about the definition of anomaly and those where there is a disagreement between the staff side and the official side on the anomaly will be dealt by an "arbitrator", to be appointed out of a panel of names proposed by the two sides, it had said.

The arbitrator will consider the disputed cases arising in the anomaly committees at the national as well as department level. 
Source :  http://www.business-standard.com

Resolution - accumulations at the credit of subscribers to the GPF and other similar funds - 2017, w.e.f. 1st July, 2017 to 30th September, 2017

HACLHM - RD Loan Amount modification before CLOSURE OF LOAN ACCOUNT

From: Gopinath S <gopinath.s@indiapost.gov.in>

Sent: 19 July 2017 09:53

To: CBS CPC, Assam Circle; CBS CPC, AP Circle; CBS CPC, TELANGANA CIRCLE; CBS CPC, Bihar Circle; CBS CPC, Chattisgarh Circle; CBS CPC, Delhi Circle; CBS CPC, Gujrat Circle; CBS CPC, Haryana Circle; CBS CPC, HP Circle; CBS CPC, J&K Circle; CBS CPC, Jharkhand Circle; CBS CPC, Karnataka Circle; CBS CPC, Kerala Circle; CBS CPC, Maharashtra Circle; CBS CPC, MP Circle; CBS CPC, North East Circle; CBS CPC, Orissa Circle; CBS CPC, Punjab Circle; CBS CPC, Rajasthan Circle; CBS CPC, Uttarakhand Circle; CBS CPC, Tamilnadu Circle; CBS CPC, WB Circle; CBS CPC, UP Circle

Cc: Helpdesk CBS; 'Chennakkeshavalu Venkatesalu'; Deputy Director (CEPT); Giriraj Ponnambalam; DDG (Financial Services); ADG (CBS); FSI (CBS) Team, CEPT

Subject: HACLHM - RD Loan Amount modification before CLOSURE OF LOAN ACCOUNT


Dear Sir/Madam,

I am directed by competent authority to convey the following

This is regarding new menu HACLHM for modification of incorrect RD Loan amount.

Scenario

1.       RD Loan account is opened with incorrect sanction amount. Loan also disbursed and RD loan account closed immediately due to incorrect amount. Several instances /tickets have been raised after closing RD Loan account.

2.       Opening of 2nd loan account is not permitted in RD rules and system does not allow the same.

3.       Currently no option to modify Sanction amount once disbursed.

A new patch for modification of RD Loan sanction limit has been deployed. New Menu HACLHM is available for CPA and SU

Steps for modification of RD Loan amount

1.       Modify the amount in loan sanction limit, user to  invoke  “M” – Modify mode  by indicating the Account   number using the said menu and the  sanction limit can be modified as required and permitted under Rules. Please do not USE DELETE OPTION in HACLHM

2.       Verification of modified sanction limit to be done by Supervisor thru HACLHM menu.

3.       Loan disbursement with the modified amount can be made through LARDD menu.

4.       Sanction limit can be modified only if the previous loan DISBURSEMENT is reversed. An error “W0205 - Reverse the previous disbursement before modification” will be thrown if the amount is modified without reversing the LOAN DISBURSED amount.

5.      If sanction limit is modified with amount > 50% of RD account balance. Then during disbursement, the below error will be thrown.

IMPORTANT

 1.       Modification of loan amount is not possible if the RD Loan account is CLOSED . Hence PO users are requested not to close the RD Loan account if opened with Loan account is opened with incorrect santion amount.

      It is again reiterated that the modification of sanction limit and disbursing the revised amount will work only when the loan account is not closed.

Solution for already closed accounts will be only through DATA CORRECTION PATCH. Hence SOLs may please be instructed not to CLOSE THE RD LOAN account and to use this MENU for modifying the RD LOAN amount if required.

This may please be circulated to POs immediately.

Thanks and Regards
Gopinath S
Inspector Posts
DMCC
Chennai 600 002

NFPE Agitational Programmes

AGITATIONAL  PROGRAMMES

 CHALLO  DELHI  ::   DELHI CHALLO  

Circular for Awards of Excellence in Academic Achievements in 10th & 12th Standard Board Examination by the Children of Postal employees for the academic session of the year 2017-18.

Circular for Awards of Excellence in Academic Achievements in 10th & 12th Standard Board Examination by the Children of GDS Employees for the academic session of the year 2017-18.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

RD ACCOUNT EXTENSION AND STANDING INSTRUCTION ISSUE REG

From: CEPT EOD Support <eod.cbscept@indiapost.gov.in>
 
Sent: 17 July 2017 13:58
 
To: CBS CPC, Orissa Circle; CBS CPC, Maharashtra Circle; MAHAR; CBS CPC, Orissa Circle
Cc: EOD Support CBS CEPT Team; CBS CPC, J&K Circle; CBS CPC, Chattisgarh Circle; CBS CPC, Jharkhand Circle; UTKND; CBS CPC, North East Circle; CBS CPC, HP Circle; CBS CPC, Haryana Circle; CBS CPC, Delhi Circle; CBS CPC, Punjab Circle; CBS CPC, Rajasthan Circle; CBS CPC, Assam Circle; CBS CPC, Bihar Circle; CBS CPC, TELANGANA CIRCLE; CBS CPC, MP Circle; CBS CPC, Kerala Circle; CBS CPC, AP Circle; CBS CPC, Tamilnadu Circle; CBS CPC, UP Circle
 
Subject: RD ACCOUNT EXTENSION AND STANDING INSTRUCTION ISSUE REG
 
Dear Teams
 
The standing instruction batch will run on 14th of every month, hence if the RD account is getting matured, the extension of the account has to be done first in PRDCM menu if customer is requested, then only the SI of the particular account has to be changed. If the account extension is not done the SI on 14th will lock in partly-posted state. Kindly instruct the sols.
 
Thanks and Regards
 
Kaviraj.N
CEPT-EOD Team

Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme for the Central Government Employees- Clarification regarding

Extension of time limit for forwarding of 7 th CPC-related anomalies by the Staff-Side, NC(JCM) and for their disposal by the National Anomaly Committee - regarding

Important Govt. Orders on 7th CPC



Implementation of the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission relating to grant of Transport Allowance to Central Government Employees

Revision of rates of Non-Practising Allowance (NPA) in respect of medical posts other than the posts included in the Central Health Services - recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission

Discontinuance of Family Planning Allowance for adoption of small family norms - recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission

Implementation of Government's decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission - Revision of pension of pre - 2016 pensioners/family pensioners etc

1.Fixation of pay in case of employees who seek transfer to a lower post under FR 15(a) 2.Recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission - bunching of stages in the revised pay structure 3.Extension of time limit for forwarding of 7th CPC Anomalies for consideration in the National Anomaly Committee 4.Revision of pay of the Chairpersons and Members of the Regulatory Authorities/Bodies consequent to the implementation of the 7th Central Pay Commission recommendations

Monday, July 17, 2017

Some Important letters written by CHQ to the Department

Click Here to view the letters written on the following issues

1. Irregular opening of nodal delivery centres for delivery of speed post articles.

2. Delivery of e-tail articles on all Sunday and Religious day till January 2017- reg.

3. Transfer of non gazetted, LSG, HSG-II/HSG-I officials on the plea of station tenure in Odisha Circle.

4. Non Maintenance of Staff Quarters.

5. Revision/Amendment in recruitment rules for the post of Postal Service Group B – Reg.

6. Stepping up of Pay for promotees par with Direct recruits – reg.

7. Problems arisen due to the implementation of CSI – Request immediate action.

8. Enhancement of LR percentage.

9. Upgradation of all Single handed offices in to Double handed offices.

10. Unjust abolition of posts under ADR vacancies for the years 2005 to 2008.

11. Problems of Women employees working at POs – request remedial measures.

12. Concern on IPPB – request to arrange meeting with staff side.

13. Counting the period of induction and practical training for MACP – regarding.

14. Non-payment of incentive/remuneration for extra working hours during the period of demonetization.

15. Delay in payment of personal claims like MR & incentive on NREGS.

16. Provision of fee Rs.350/- for imparting training for Aadhar Enrollment.

Draft report proposed to be placed in the ensuing All India Conference scheduled to be held from 06.08.2017 to 08.08.2017 at Bangalore

KIND ATTENTION OF ALL CIRCLE/ DIVISIONAL & BRANCH SECRETARIES

The draft report proposed to be placed in the ensuing All India Conference scheduled to be held from 06.08.2017 to 08.08.2017 at Bangalore is exhibited hereunder.

All are requested to discuss the report in their executive meetings and other meetings and propose proper amendments and suggestion through their delegates in the AIC.

Let us meet at Bangalore.


General Secretary’s Desk

ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP 'C'
CHQ: 2151/1, D. G. Bhawan, New Patel Road, New Delhi - 110008

General Secretary’s Desk

Dear Comrade,
ALL INDIA CONFERENCE
We are meeting very shortly at Bangalore from Sixth of August 2017 in the historic All India Conference and before that I desire to share some of the developments for your kind knowledge and consent.

The 31st AIC Reception Committee is making all out efforts to conduct the conference in a grand manner without having any compromise in food and shelter despite great hardships they are facing due to the demonetization and could not secure advertisements as expected in Karnataka Circle as well as from other circles.

Adding fuel to fire, due to introduction of GST, the reception committee is now forced to bear additional burden on lodging and other commodities to the extent of 18 to 28%. The Circle Council held on 14.07.2017 at Bangalore, considering all their hardship requested the General Secretary who attended the meeting in person in one voice to enhance the delegate fees to the extent of Rs.2000/- per delegate due to GST and other financial constrains. They informed that they have no other alternative except to request the Divisional/Branch and Circle Secretaries in this regard.

I have weighed the situation in person and being the metropolitan city and the lodging expenses is too heavy, I feel that there is justification to consider their request. Accordingly I contacted our CHQ President and many Circle Secretaries having more delegates and sought their opinions. They are also in favour to rescue the Reception Committee which is struggling due to GST as well as poor collection due to demonetization.

Accordingly, it is decided to authorize the Reception Committee to enhance the delegate fee as Rs.2000/- per delegate. All the Divisional/Branch Secretaries are requested to bear the brunt considering the hardship of the Reception Committee. There will be no compromise on food and shelter by the Reception Committee which devote itself to the grand ever success of the AIC. I am firm that all of you will cooperate to this extent.

As a prelude to the All India Conference, the draft Biennial report has been exhibited today in our CHQ website. All are requested to hold special meetings at divisional/branch levels and discuss the report and send appropriate corrections and deletions to the report through the delegates attending.

Further all the Divisional/Branch Secretaries are requested to send details of delegates and visitors in advance in writing to the 31st AIC Reception Committee so that they will allot lodges. Being a Metropolitan city, rushing at last minute for searching more accommodation than the estimated one is a difficult task. It will lead trouble at the last moment not only to the Reception Committees but also to the delegates reaching late at Bangalore. All Circle Secretaries must furnish the rough estimate of number of participants to the AIC and ensure their participation as the Reception Committee has to pay advances to the lodges for advance booking.

It is brought to our notice that except from very few circles, the Donation/advertisement have not been provided to Reception Committee. The Divisions which could provide help to the AIC, may please offer an advertisement. The Circle Secretaries are requested to keep up their promise, they made in the last CWC held at Raigarh and provide maximum support and help to the Reception Committee.

I am seeking all your cooperation and let us make the All India Conference a grand success.

CADRE REVIEW
The CHQ has submitted a detailed letter to the Cadre Review Committee headed by Sri. Charles Lobo, Chief PMG, Karnataka Circle and the copy of the same was exhibited in our CHQ website on 13.07.2017. We are of the firm opinion that LSG should be divisionalised and also one time relaxation in the HSG-II & HSG-I Recruitment Rules should be accorded by the DOPT for filling up of all the upgraded HSG-II & HSG-I posts, till then such posts can be filled up on adhoc basis. We are seeking oral evidence before the committee and assure that we will leave no stone unturned.

VENTURE - 2017
I have decided to update the Venture book and release it in the All India Conference. I have requested Com. K. V. Sridharan, Ex-General Secretary for this job and he is burning the midnight oil over three months to bring the book in two volumes with more updated orders and old items which are all very much required for references. Since last week of June, 2017, he is remaining in the CHQ and assisting the CHQ by all means. Com. R. Sivannarayana, our Ex-CHQ President is also assisting him since 1st of this month. We are planning to release both the volumes in the AIC. If it could not be printed in time, atleast Volume-I will be released and the second will be released informally in the AIC. This is the real Venture of the CHQ and hope everyone will appreciate this Venture. The cost of books will be intimated after the finalization of books.

P &  T TRADE UNION HISTORY
In the All India Conference, we have proposed to release another book titled as ‘P & T Trade Union History’ compiled by com. V. A. N. Namboodiri, Ex-President BSNL Union narrating the history since the formation of Postal Club upto the period of formation of NFPE. The cost has been fixed as Rs.100/-. It will highlight the NFPTE and its traditional glory which will be very essential to the budding unionists and youngsters to know our history.

23.08.2017 ONE DAY STRIKE
As notified by the NFPE to conduct one day token strike on 23.08.2017 on 10 Charter of Demands, the preparations are going on in all the circles. All the office bearers of our Union shall attend the meetings as scheduled in their respective circles allotted to them and intimate the compliance report. As a prelude to sort out our charter of demands, the GDS Committee file is moving and a committee has been constituted to review the issues crept on implementation of cadre review. Let our Divisional/Branch Secretaries are requested to conduct the programmes as notified by NFPE and make the strike a glorious. Since we were concentrating more on C. G. Employees issues related all along over two years, it is a need to focus our own sectional issues. Let all rise up to the occasion and prepare for the success of one day strike.

Let us meet in the AIC at Bangalore.

Till then, Bye.                                      

With revolutionary greetings.

Comradely yours,


(R. N. Parashar)
General Secretary