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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Photogrphs of the Delegate Session and election to the office bearers in the 9th Biennial Conference of AIPEU, Gr.-C, Bhubaneswar held on 29.05.2016


5 Lakh govt employees to go on leave, demand higher salaries

Published: 31st May 2016 05:06 AM
BENGALURU: More than five lakh employees of the state government are set to go on an authorised leave on June 2, demanding higher salaries. Karnataka State Government Employee’s Association President B P Manjegowda said the disparity between the Centre’s and State’s pay scales had widened over the years.
“The Central government employees have rejected the 23.5 per cent increase recommended by the 7th Pay Commission and a committee is looking into it now. Even with that increase, the difference in salaries between a D group employee of the State and Centre would be 111.33 per cent,” Manje Gowda said. He said they were demanding the state give DA (Daily Allowance) which was equivalent to that given by the Centre.
Karnataka State Government Employees Association, Hubballi unit, has said all its employees will remain absent from work on June 2, demanding increase in salaries and benefits. Around 6,000 staff of 63 departments in Hubballi would boycott work on June 2, said its president SB Patil. He said the Centre is likely to implement the 7th pay commission recommendations but the state government is not doing so.
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Digital India To Become $1 Tn Economy In The Next 5 Years: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Digital India is progressing well and will become a $1 trillion economy in the next 5 years says Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Presenting the two years achievements of ministry of communications & IT, Ravi Shankar Prasad, cabinet minister of communications & IT said, “India will be a $1 trillion economy in the next 5 years.”
Commenting on the break-up, Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “Electronics manufacturing will contribute $400 billion, IT and ITES will contribute $350 billion and $250 billion will come from the communications sector.
Top Eleven Achievements of Communications & IT Ministry In Last 2 Years

Shift From Corruption To Transparency: The shift from corruption to transparency resulted in highest ever revenue collection of Rs 1.10 lakh crore from Spectrum Auctions 2015.

Removing Policy Paralysis: Policies related to spectrum trading, spectrum sharing, spectrum liberalization, defence band identification, virtual network operator, full mobile number portability and sharing of active and passive infrastructure which were pending for a long time was cleared by Narendra Modi government.
Growth In Mobile Connections: Mobile connections increased by 12.26 crore during 2014-16 taking the overall mobile tally to 102.71 crore whereas mobile teledensity reached 80.95%. Even full mobile number protability (MNP) was introduced pan-India so that consumers can retain their mobile number. 55,669 villages will be provided mobile connectivity by 2019.
BSNL’s Transformation: BSNL’s operating profit is expected to reach around Rs 2,000 crore in FY 2015-16 from Rs 8,000 crore loss in FY 2013-14. In terms of mobile additions, BSNL has added 23 lakh new mobile additions in March 2016 and this is the highest in terms of net addition as per TRAI data. BSNL has also operationalized 2,000 Wi-Fi hotspots pan-India.
Increase In FDI: The telecom FDI (foreign direct investment) has reached Rs 27,000 crore ($4.09 billion) from $1.6 billion in FY 2012-14.
Gram Panchayat Connectivity: The department of telecommunications (DoT) has laid optical fiber in 50,732 gram panchayats. Optical fiber to the tune of 115,783 Km has been laid whereas the department has laid 143,000 optical duct.
Postal Transformation: Indian Post has the highest number of core banking branches in India vis-a-vis State Bank of India. State Bank of India has 16,066 branches connected to core banking whereas India Post has 22,137 branches connected to the core banking. To empower postman in rural and urban India, the postal department is planning to provide 120,000 gramin dak sewaks with handheld terminals whereas urban postman will get mobile phone or smartphone by the end of 2016.
CAG has ranked speed post as the best express mail delivery service across the nation. The Speed Post revenue for FY 2015-16 has reached Rs 1,600 crore. The cash on delivery collection has increased from Rs 500 crore in FY 2014-15 to Rs 1,300 crore in FY 2015-16. The India Post ATM has now reached 942 as on May 2016. India Post will rollout Payment Bank services from March 2017.
Aadhaar Enablement: As on May 2016, Aadhaar enrollment has reached 101.11 crore. In the Pahal scheme, the government has saved over Rs 15,000 crore in FY 2014-15 by weeding out 3.5 crore duplicate beneficiaries. In DBT (direct benefit transfer) scheme, the government has transferred Rs 61,000 crore in FY 2015-16 to 30 crore beneficiaries.
CSCs Becoming Profitable: As on May 2016, the department has around 2.05 lakh CSCs providing government to citizen services under nominal charges. The government is also increasing the scope of CSCs so that it is profitable in the long run.
New Heights Achieved In IT: The Indian IT sector has reached total revenues of $143 billion of which exports is over $108 billion. Plans are to develop our own supercomputer by 2017.
Big Boost In Electronic Manufacturing: As on April 2016, the total investments in electronics manufacturing is to the tune of Rs 120,000 crores. Mobile phone manufacturing has reached 11 crore in FY 2015-16 vis-a-vis 6 crore in FY 2014-15 thereby showing a growth of 83 percent. India has 17 new mobile manufacturing units where 40,000 people have been employed.
“Presently, India has 17 new mobile manufacturing units where 40,000 people have been employed and plans are to employ around 50 lakh people in the next 5-10 years in electronic manufacturing,” commented Prasad.
The government has plans to make India a big hub for Make in India and also provide platform for increased usage of digital services in the country.
Source: Ministry of Communications & IT

Interaction with Identified Pensioner Associations through video conferencing from NIC Centres on 01.06. 2016 at 9.45 A.M.

Com. Souri Guru, Sorting Postman, Bhubaneswar GPO retired on superannuation on 31.05.2016

Farewell Meeting arranged by Postal Recreation Club, Bhubaneswar GPO

9th Biennial Conference of AIPEU, Gr-C, Bhubaneswar Division felicitated Com. M Krishnan, Secy. General, Confederation



13/c  Feroze shah  Road,
 New Delhi. 110 001
Dated: 30.5.2016
Dear Comrades,
                We send herewith a copy of the NJCA Circular letter dated 27th May, 2016.  The same is self-explanatory.  You could see there-from that the Government might not positively react to the demands placed by the NJCA over the recommendations of the 7th CPC.  Simply raising the minimum wage by a few rupees without any consequential change in the fitment formula or pay matrix will not bring about any tangible benefit. The revision of the minimum wage along would benefit only those who are likely to be recruited to the cadre of MTS in future.  As you are aware, the 7th CPC had not accepted any demand of the employees.  It is beset with dissenting notes in many chapters.  The fight between the personnel in the organized Group A Services and all India Services had triggered such dissenting note on the part of the Member who retired from the IAS.  A significant section of the Secretaries to various Departments, we were told, were against any revision over the recommendations of the 7th CPC.  In any case, we are to await the outcome of the discussions at the NJCA meeting scheduled to be held on 3rd June, at New Delhi.

                 Coming to the issues pertaining to the Pensioners, we must recall that the 7th CPC had rejected almost all the demands unanimously placed before them by the Pensioners organizations. While tendering oral evidence the Staff Side had inter alia pressed for the parity for the past pensioners before the Commission, especially in the background of the granting of one rank one pension to the Defence Personnel.  It is ironic to note that the Defence Ministry which had piloted the demand of the Ex-service men for one rank one pension i.e. parity between the past and present pensioners has now taken a stand against such parity for civil servants.  No personnel either in the organized Group A services or All India Services would stand benefited by the present recommendation of the 7th CPC except a few as most of them were in receipt of almost time bound promotion in their career.  The modified parity one must recall has only benefited the upper echelons in the bureaucracy.  One can understand that the Govt. refusing to make improvements over the suggestion made by a Commission.  But it must be most intolerable when the Govt. refuses to implement a recommendation which was the outcome of a persistent presentation jointly by almost all the beneficiaries.  The plea advanced for non acceptance of the recommendation is the alleged impracticability due to the non availability of the relevant records.  Should the pensioner suffer for the reason that the concerned department of the Government has not kept the records properly? It is the most callous approach and must be resisted with all the force that we can command. We cannot afford to have this situation to develop. We are certain that most of the individual pensioners would be able to provide the requisite information needed to consider the first option in the pension fixation to the concerned department and most of the Departments would be able to verify the same with the available documents with them.  We must however await the decision of the NJCA in the matter.

                In the meantime, all affiliates will take such action needed to mobilize the pensioners and undertake a serious educational campaign.

                With greetings,
Yours fraternally,

Secretary General.

Copy of National Joint Council of Action circular letter dated 27.5.2016

NFPE Circular on GDS membership verification

Central Headquarters , New Delhi-110 001.  
PF-01(e)/2016                    CIRCULAR                                     31.03.2016
1.All Circle Secretaries/Divisional/Branch Secretaries.
2.All CHQ Office Bearers of NFPE and affiliated Unions/Associations.

Dear Comrades,
                   As all of you are aware Department of Posts has commenced the process of verification of membership of Gramin Dak Sevaks for grant of recognition.  The AIPEU-GDS was formed in the year 2012 and the Federal Council of NFPE held at Hyderabad in 2013, which is the highest decision and policy making body of NFPE, has decided to grant  “Associate Membership” to the newly formed AIPEU-GDS.  For the last four years, AIPEU-GDS is functioning without recognition and joined all the programmes of NFPE including strike.  During this four year period it had conducted two All India Conferences and formed Branches in all the 22 Circles.  After formation of AIPEU-GDS, it is the first membership verification taking place.
                   There is no doubt that the AIPEU-GDS will get recognition and shall become number one recognised GDS Union, with flying colours.  But that is not enough - we should make the AIPEU-GDS as the only one recognised GDS Union in the Department of Posts.  It is not impossible.
                   For fulfilling the above task, all Circle/Divisional Branches of NFPE affiliated Unions/Associations and also all CHQ office bearers are hereby requested to take immediate action to implement the following directions of NFPE.
1.                It should be ensured that Circle/Divisional Unions of AIPEU-GDS is formed in all Circles/Divisions.
2.                The name, designation and official address of the Circle/Divisional Secretaries should be intimated to “Com.P.Panduranga Rao, General Secretary, AIPEU-GDS, 1, Patel Road, Shadipur, Dada Ghosh Bhavan PO, New Delhi-110 008”.  Email ID:  Mob: 09849466595.  Divisional Secretaries should inform the above particulars to Circle Secretaries also.
3.                Still there are some divisions where the branches of AIPEU-GDS are not yet formed, inspite of repeated instructions from NFPE.   All those Divisions where the branch of AIPEU-GDS is not yet formed should form the Branch Union or at least an Adhoc Committee at Divisional level with a Secretary or Convenor before 15th April 2016.  The name, designation and official address with pin code and mobile number of the newly elected Secretary or Adhoc Committee Convenor should be intimated to the General Secretary and Circle Secretary.  Wherever Circle Unions are not functioning immediate action should be taken to form a functioning Circle Union or Circle level Adhoc Committee of AIPEU-GDS.
4.                It is reported from some circles that some P3 and P4 Divisional Unions of NFPE has not taken any positive action to form the Divisional Branches of AIPEU-GDS.  Not only that in some limited divisions, the rival GDS Union, which is campaigning against NFPE and has formed separate unions for Group-C and Postmen/MTS in the name of “UNITED” to break our P3 and P4 Union and thereby to destabilise NFPE, is given all help and assistance by the some P3 and P4 Unions of NFPE and also holding joint meetings with the rival GDS Union which is no more an affiliate or Associate of NFPE.  This is not permissile and is in violation of the directions and guidelines issued by NFPE.  It is once again made clear that disciplinary action will be taken against those divisions which refuse to form the branches of AIPEU-GDS and which are still cooperating and extending all help to the rival GDS Union and conducting joint meetings.  The recognition of all such Divisional Unions which refuse to carry out the directions of NFPE will be withdrawn without any further notice.
5.                Last date for submission of application by GDS Unions for participating in the membership verification process is 31-03-2016.  AIPEU-GDS has already submitted application to the Directorate on 18-03-2016.  Please note that the name of our union is “AIPEU-GDS”.  Department may issue orders fixing the last date for submission of authorisation forms to the Divisional heads, along with the model authorisation form with the signature of an officer of the Directorate.  Immediately on publishing the authorisation form by the department all the affiliated unions of NFPE should jointly jump into action and collect maximum number of authorisation forms from GDS of each division.  As GDS are working in remote villages, action plan should be chalked out now itself, for visiting each and every Branch Post Office by the NFPE leadership, for collecting authorisation forms signed by the GDS in favour of AIPEU-GDS.
6.                AIPEU-GDS is the GDS Union of NFPE and it is the collective responsibility of all Circle/Divisional Unions of NFPE to make our GDS Union as the only one recognised union.  Let us take it as a challenge and prove that it is possible.
7.                A separate circular issued by AIPEU-GDS CHQ is also enclosed herewith.

Fraternally yours,

ADDENDUM to SB Order No. 2/2016 -Acceptance of RD Schedules in CBS Offices regarding

From: Director (CBS)

Sent: 31 May 2016 12:46

Subject: Re: ADDENDUM to SB Order No. 2/2016 -Acceptance of RD Schedules in CBS Offices regarding

​Respected Sir/Madam, 

Please refer to trail mail on acceptance of RD Agent Schedules in the absence of Agent Schedule upload menu HAGTXP or slow/non working of Finacle as well as Agent Portal. In the process circulated, it has been mentioned that is such circumstances, cash  collected has to be kept out of account alongwith entries to be made in a register. Some circles have reported that post offices are reluctant to accept cash from agents due security of cash being kept out of account. 

Since Agent Schedule upload menu HAGTXP is still disabled and  not yet optimized to handle heavy load of backlog and current schedules, it is advised that Post Offices may be asked to account for the cash in SB Cash today for today's collection and amount already collected (if any) and not accounted so far but all such Schedules should be entered date-wise in the register. 

Adjustment of amount actually uploaded, Default Fee and Rebate can be made in the reports manually as and when menu will be made available and schedule is uploaded. Manual corrections should be supported by Error Book entry and copy of Error Book should be attached with the manually corrected reports. Agent Commission will be credited only when schedule will be uploaded. No cash commission be paid to agents but post offices should give manual receipt to agents for the cash received.  

This arrangement (accounting of cash without upload) is a temporary arrangement to be implemented till situation become normal and HAGTXP is able to take daily load. As and when DC Closure of yesterday is completed, HAGTXP will be enabled but the same will be disabled after taking Max. 1.50 Lac e-banking reference numbers. 

It is once again requested that all RD Schedules either prepared through Agent Portal or through Excel should be accepted from Agents today and it should be ensured that no post office refuse to accept schedules. 

With regards,

Sachin Kishore
Director (CBS)
Sansad Marg,
Dak Bhavan

A Brief Report on 9th Biennial Conference of AIPEU, Gr.-C, Bhubaneswar Division concluded successfully on 29.05.2016

First Session

            The AIPEU, Group-C, Bhubaneswar Divisional branch concluded its 9th Biennial Conference on 29.05.2016 in the Odisha Association for the blind, Kharvelnagar, Bhubaneswar – 751 001. 

            In accordance with the Notification issued vide this Union’s letter No. UN/BN-AIPEU/Gr.-C/Con-2016, dated 29.04.2016, the Working Committee sat on 28.05.2016 and finalized the agenda for the 9th Biennial Conference and discussed , considered and adopted the draft Biennial Report , Audited Accounts and Budget Estimates  to be presented before the 9th Biennial Conference. 

            On the day of the Open Session on 29.05.2016, the national Flag was hoisted by Com. R C Mishra, Circle Secretary, AIPEU, Group-C, Odisha Circle and Vice – President, CHQ, the NFPE Flag  by Com M Krishnan, Secretary General, Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers and the AIPEU, Gr.-C flag by Com. Pramod Kumar Pattnaik, Divisional President at 10.30 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 followed by “Bande Utkal Janani………” the State Song of Odisha. 

In his inaugural address, Com. Dhal strongly criticized the anti-working class, anti-people and anti-employee  policies of the present Govt and appeal for united struggle and participate enmasse in the  forthcoming Indefinite Strike commencing 11th July, 2016 and also the one day strike on 2nd September, 2016.   

Addressing the Open Session as Chief Guest for 1 hour 45 minutes at a stretch, 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 and appealed everyone to keep up its goodwill as a class oriented militant organization. Broadly discussing the justification of all our demands before the 7th CPC both scientifically and mathematically, he expressed concern for outright rejection of the common demands of Central Govt employees and specific demands of postal employees by the 7th CPC.  He elaborately discussed all the current issues affecting the Group-C employees in particular arising out of I T Modernization project through CBS and CIS and that of Postmen, MTS and GDS employees in general. 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. 

Shri Manoj Kumar Naik, SSPOs, Bhubaneswar Division addressed the Open Session as Guest of Honour with an appeal to 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. 

Com. R C Mishra, Circle Secretary, AIPEU, Group-C, Odisha Circle and Vice – President, CHQ addressed the Open Session as Chief Speaker. He informed the gathering how the Circle Union is proceeding ahead for agitational programme with lunch hour demonstration on 09.06.2016 submitting the joint memorandum to all Divisional heads signed by all Circle Secretaries of NFPE Unions, Odisha Circle on 32 charter of demands inclusive of CBS and CIS issues and day long dharana programme on 15.06.2016 in front of Chief PMG Office, Bhubaneswar. Com. Mishra appealed everybody to make the forthcoming programmes successful. 

While Com. B Samal, Divisional Secretary delivered his key-note address, Com. Kantimanjari Bhatta, Convener, Women Sub-Committee presented the activities of the women comrades of Bhubaneswar Division during the preceding 2 years. 

The Open session was also wished and addressed by the following dignitaries. 

1.     Shri Pitabasa Jena, Circle Secy.,  AIAIASP, Odisha

2.     Com. M M Samal, President, State CoC, CCGEW

3.     Com. Dusmanta Sethi, Circle Secretary, R – III, Odisha

4.     Com. Debabrat Mohanty, Circle Secy., P-IV, Odisha Circle and DGS, CHQ

5.     Com. Kishore Biswal, Circle Secy., AIPPPEU, Odisha

6.     Com. Srikant Mallick, Circle Secy., AIPSBCOEA, Odisha

7.     Com. A K Mohanty, Circle Secretary, R-IV, Odisha

8.     Com. Sudhir Kumar Swain, Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Postmen & MTS, Bhubaneswar Division

9.     Com. Ghanashyam Panda, AIPEU GDS, Bhubaneswar Division and

10.  Com. Purnendu Kumar Dash, Ex-President, AIPEU, Group-C, Bhubaneswar Division 

The Conference witnessed the kind presence of the following officers of Odihsa Circle.

1.     Shri Bipin Bihari Mohanty, SPOs, Bhadrak Division

2.     Shri P K Nanda, Sr. Postmaster, Bhubaneswar GPO 

This Union was privileged to have the kind presence following leaders of Odisha Circle. 

1.     Com. Kunjabihari Dash, Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Balasore Division and his team members

2.     Com. G C Padhiary, Vice-President, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Odisha Circle

3.     Com. Purna Ch. Moharana , Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Koraput Division

4.     Com. Ajaya Kumar Rout, Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Bhadrak Division and his team members

5.     Com. H K Sial, Organizing Circle Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.-C, Odisha

6.     Com. Satyabrat Mishra, Divisional Secretary AIPEU, Gr.-C, Mayurbhanj Division

7.     Com, Rabinarayan Choudhury, Divisional Secretary AIPEU, Gr.-C, Phulabani Division

8.     Com. H K Mohanty, Ex-Circle Secretary , R – IV, Odisha

9.     Com. Kishore Ch. Sahoo, Genl. Secy. Text Book Press Employees Federation, Odisha,

10.  Com. J K Mishra, Vice – President State CoC from Institute of Physics,

11.  Com.   Purna Ch. Nayak, Leader, Regional Medical Research Centre, Bhubaneswar

12.  Com. Iswar Ch. Sahoo, Leader, Geological Survey of India

13.  Com. Ajit Dey, Leader, Central Ground Water Board  and

14. Com. Mrutunjaya Barik, comrade of Sundergarh Division with good wishes of the Divisional Secretary, AIPEU, Group-C, Sundergarh Division, Rourkela and President, Odisha Circle Union branch.

      While Com. Sibananda Dash, Divisional Secretary, Berhampur Division conveyed his good wishes over telephone for successful conductance of the Conference, the Open session felt the absence of the Divisional Secretaries of Sambalpur, Puri, Aska, Keonjhar, Dhenkanal, Cuttack City and Cuttack North  Division who had assured to attend.

The Open Session was presided by Com. Pramod Kumar Pattnaik, Divisional President and presented in a very decorative and colourful manner by Com. Rajanikant Barik, member of this Divisional Union.  

Lastly, our beloved comrades, who retired during the preceding period of 2 years were felicitated. We had invited all the 15 members who had retired. But the following 9 members attended with their love and affection towards this union. 

Kanhu Charan Sethi, Ex-APM, Bhubaneswar GPO
Basudeb Nayak, Ex-P A, Bhubaneswar GPO
Ajaya Kumar Pattnaik, Ex-P A, Suryanagar NDT S O
Rama Chandra Behera, Ex-SPM, GGP Colony S O
Suresh Ch. Das, Ex-SPM, Airport NDT SO
Trilochan Jena, Ex-P A Bhubaneswar GPO
Laxminarayan Acharya, Ex-P A, Bhubaneswar – 2 MDG
Rabi Narayan Das, Ex-P A, Bhubaneswar GPO
Pramod Kumar Jena, Ex-SPM, Bhubaneswar Court NDT SO

The Union was also privileged to felicitate Com. M Krishnan. 

The vote of thanks was given by Com. Dipti Ranjan Mohanty, Asst. Divisional Secretary. 

on behalf of the Working Committee, we would like to convey our sincere gratitude to all the guests, invitees, representatives of different organizations, officers of Odisha Circle,  press and electronic media, our Circle and Divisional Secretaries including the Circle union office bearers who, in spite of their pressing engagements smartened and strengthened the Open Session of our 9th Biennial Conference with their kind presence. We also express our sincere obligation to those bonafide comrades who left no stone un-turned to make this conference a grand success in all respect. We are also obliged to all those known/unknown personalities who have extended their  moral, physical and financial support to organize this  Conference successfully. 

Second Session 

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. Sukhalal Tudu, Treasurer and adopted by the General Body in the presence of our Circle Secretary. As many as 21 resolutions on local issues were adopted unanimously.    

In the end, the following members were elected unanimously as the office bearers of ensuing session including Mahila Sub-Committee 

Elected in the 9th Divisional Biennial Conference

Designation and address
Com. Pramod Ku. Pattnaik
SPM, Bapujinagar S O, Bhubaneswar-9
Vice President
1.       Com. Anil Ku. Mohanty
SPM , IRC Village SO, Bhubaneswar – 751 015
2.       Com. Lingaraj Sahoo
Supervisor, PLICPC, Bhubaneswar GPO
3.       Com. Daitary Mohapatra
SPM, Mahalaxmivihar S O, Bhubaneswar – 29
Com. Bruhaspati Samal
Ashoknagar MDG, Bhubaneswar – 751 009
Asst. Secretary
1.       Com. Dipti Ranjan Mohanty
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO
2.       Com. Ram Chandra Kandi
SPM, Lataharan S O
3.       Com. Suratha Kumar Khuntia
PA, Ashoknagar MDG
4.       Com. Radha Kr. Pradhan
SA, Bhubaneswar GPO
Financial Secy
Com. Kalandi Biswal
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO
Asst. Fin. Secy.
Com. Hemant Kumar Ojha
SPM, RRL SO, Bhubaneswar – 751 013
Organizing Secretary
1.       Com. Sukhalal Tudu
PA, Ashoknagar MDG, Bhubaneswar-751009
2.       Com.  Gadadhar Rath
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO
3.       Com.  Tapan Kumar Sahoo
SPM, Khandagiri S O, Bhubaneswar – 751 030
4.       Com. Saroj Ku. Patra
O A, Divisional Office
Com. Ajeya Kumar Mishra
Accountant, Divisional Office
Circle Councilor
1.      Com. Rajanikant Barik
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO
2.      Com. Soumitri Msihra
O A, Divisional Office
Executive Body Members
1.      Com. Padmalochan Nayak
SPM, VSS Nagar, Bhubaneswar – 751 007
2.      Com. N C Senapati
SPM, Kakatpur S O
3.      Com. R N Sahoo-II
PA, BBSR GPO (On deputation to C O as BE)
4.      Com. Gopinath Kar
BE , Bhubaneswar GPO
5.      Com. Pradeep Ku. Das
SPM, Airport NDT SO
6.      Com. B. B. Mohapatra
PA, Bhubaneswar ( on deputation to C O as  SA)
7.      Com. Pradeepta Ku. Mohanty
PA, Baramunda Colony S O, Bhubaneswar-3
8.      Com. Sarat Ku. Pattnaik
SPM, Satyanagar S O
9.      Com. Sudhir Ku. Mohanty
Postmaster Gr-I, BJB Nagar
10.   Com. Binod Kumar Das
SPM, Sailashreevihar S O, Bhubaneswar – 21
11.   Com. Lal Mohan Mohapatra
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO (On deputation to C O)
12.   Com. Gopal Mohapatra
P A, Rasulgarh S O, Bhubaneswar – 751 010
13.   Com. Rama Chandra Pradhan
SPM, GGP Colony, Bhubaneswar – 751 025
14.   Com. Rajendra N. Pattnaik
PA, Nayapalli SO, Bhubaneswar – 751 012
15.   Com. Hemant Ku. Sahoo
PA, Nimapara S O, Dist-Puri
16.   Com. Suryanarayan Sahoo
PA, A G SO, Bhubaneswar-751001
17.   Com. Jiten Mohapatra-II
PA, Bhubaneswar-2 MDG
18.   Com. Shiba Prasad Barik
O A, Divisional Office
19.   Com. Sunil Ku. Mishra
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO
20.   Com. Suryakanta Mohapatra
PA, Balanga S O, Dist- Puri
Women Sub-Committee

Chair Person
Smt. Santilata Rath
PA, Bhoinagar S O, Bhubaneswar – 751 022
Smt. Kanti Manjari Bhatt
P A, Sahidnagar MDG, Bhubaneswar – 751 007
Smt. Banani Rath
P A, Bhubaneswar GPO – 751 001
Smt. Durgabati Bihari
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO
Smt. Bhagyalaxmi Dash
P A, Nimapara MDG
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
Smt. Neelima Rout
P A, Bhubaneswar GPO - 751001
Smt. Sugi Baske
SPM, Odisha Assembly SO, Bhubaneswar-1
Smt. Nivedita Swain
PA, Bhoinagar S O, Bhubaneswar – 751 022
Smt. Sasmita Rath
PA, BBSR GPO ( attached to RRL SO)
Ms. Sonali Priyadarshinee
PA, Bhubaneswar GPO

Divisional Secretary