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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Cicle Union writes to Chief PMG, Odisha on posting of LSG officials

No. P3Odisha/08-01/2017
Dated at Bhubaneswar the 27th January, 2017
The Chief Postmaster General
Odisha Circle
Bhubaneswar – 751 001

Sub:   Implementation of  Cadre Restructuring proposal for Group-C postal employees in Odisha Circle – Regarding

Ref.- D G (Posts) letter No. 25 – 4 / 2012 – PE.I, dated 27.05.2016

Respected Sir,
            This has a kind reference to this Circle Union’s letter No. P3Odisha/03-01/2017, dated 20th January, 2017 with request first to complete the process for  HSG-I and HSG-II cadre and then to go for LSG cadre to avoid any dislocation in managing the huge number of vacant posts under both the  higher selection grades.

            Regretfully, our letter has not yet been acknowledged.

            Now as known to this Circle Union, DPC for LSG cadre is almost completed.

As a matter of practice, what we have been witnessing is that while the promoted officials to LSG Cadre under Berhampur and Sambalpur Region are just allotted leaving their posting orders to be issued by the concerned PMGs, the same for Head Quarters Region are directly issued by the Circle Office, Bhubaneswar.  But this time, it will be certainly a huge task for the Circle office to issue posting orders even for the Head Quarters Region since the numbers are more.

In this context, we would like to bring to the kind notice of the Chief PMG the instructions issued under Para – 10 of  the Directorate’s letter No 25-04/2012-PE-I(Pt) dated 11.11.2016 which states as follows.

“With regard to the guidelines of posting of the staff on newly created posts of LSG, as per the existing guidelines of delegation of powers, HOCs are empowered to take such decisions”.

In addition, as per instructions laid down under Para – 4 of the Directorate’s letter No. 137-4/2006-SPB.II, dated 30.05.2006 (Amendment to Recruitment Rules for LSG and HSG-II in POs and RMS Offices), movement of personnel in LSG to the extent possible may be restricted to the Divisions.

Therefore, this Circle Union would like to suggest the Circle administration to allot the promoted LSG officials to the respective Divisional Heads with instruction to post them calling for options of the approved officials for better staff welfare.

There may not be any second opinion that a well-placed employee can be able to give his best to achieve the target assigned to the post offices which is the need of the hour in this changed scenarios of India Post.

Hope, our suggestion will be considered affirmatively keeping in view the mass scale transfer and posting now going to arise due to promotions out of the cadre restructuring of Group-C employees.

        With regards.
Yours faithfully,

Circle Secretary

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