Tuesday, April 25, 2017

CADRE RESTRUCTURING IMPLEMENTATION DEFERRED

Dear Comrades,

CADRE RESTRUCTURING
IMPLEMENTATION DEFERRED

Today on dated 25th April-2017, Com. R.N. Parashar Secretary General NFPE & General Secretary P-III alongwith Com. Giriraj Singh, President NFPE & General Secretary, R-III met with Shri B.V. Sudhakar, Secretary (Posts) and discussed issues of Cadre Restructuring and appraised him the difficulties being faced by the staff and requested either to modify the Cadre Restructuring as per suggestions submitted by NFPE & P-III or defer till the issues are settled. Secretary called DDG (Estt) Smt. Smriti Sharan & Director Estt. Shri S.V. Rao and ordered to form a committee of officers of Directorate which will take views of all Chief PMGs and after that Convening a meeting with unions, issues will be settled. Till then he ordered to keep the Cadre Restructuring implementation in abeyance

                                          R.N. Parashar
SG NFPE and G/S P-III

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CADRE RESTRUCTURING
FOR LEFT OUT CATEGORIES

       It has been told by the DDG (Estt) that the proposal for Cadre restructuring for left out categories i.e. SA, PA CO, PA SBCO, MMS etc have been submitted to Finance Ministry for approval which will be implemented after receipt of approval from Finance Ministry

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Saturday, April 22, 2017

India Post to launch coffee flavoured stamp

Dear Comrades,


Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday said that Indian post department is releasing a stamp with Coffee flavour soon. 

"Coffee flavoured stamp will be released by India Post on April 23," Sitharaman tweeted.

In another tweet she mentioned that the release will take place in Bengaluru.

Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha will be releasing the stamp which will be a collector's version, and it will be priced at Rs 100.

Incentive for working in Hindi originally

Dear Comrades,

State wise List – Gramin Dak Sevak Dates & Vacancies

Dear Comrades,

You can find the list of vacancies for all 23 states from the table below. For detailed information about Gramin Dak Seva Recruitment of your state, you can download the Official notification from the link provided in the table.

S.No
States
Total
Vacancies
Last Date
to Apply
Official
Notification
for Each State
 1.
Andhra Pradesh
1126
19.04.2017
 2.
Telangana
645
19.04.2017
3. 
Jharkhand
256
03.05.2017
4.
Madhya
Pradesh
 1859
02.05.2017
5.
Odisha
1072
26.04.2017
6. 
Rajasthan
1577
03.05.2017
7. 
Gujarat
1912
11.05.2017
8. 
Uttar Pradesh
0
9. 
West Bengal
0
 –
10. 
Uttarakhand
579
18.05.2017
11. 
Tamil Nadu
128
09.05.2017
12. 
Punjab
620
11.05.2017
13. 
Maharashtra
1789
06.05.2017
14. 
Kerala
0
15.
Karnataka
1048
08.05.2017
16. 
Delhi
16
08.05.2017
17. 
Jharkhand
256
03.05.2017
18. 
Himachal
Pradesh
391
02.05.2017
19. 
Haryana
438
05.05.2017
20. 
Bihar
0
 –
21. 
Chattisgarh
123
05.05.2017
22. 
Assam
467
06.05.2017
23. 
North East
0
 –

Given below is the Category-wise for all states.

Categorywise List – Gramin Dak Sevak Vacancies

Telangana:
UR → 356, OBC → 151, SC → 86, ST → 52, Total → 645
Andhra Pradesh:
UR → 625, OBC → 284, SC → 126, ST → 91, Total → 1126
Jharkhand:
UR → 157, OBC → 29, SC → 24, ST → 46, Total → 256
Madhya Pradesh
UR → 732, OBC → 301, SC → 309, ST → 517, Total → 1859
Odisha
UR → 582, OBC → 97, SC → 157, ST → 236, Total → 1072
Rajasthan
UR → 919, OBC → 133, SC → 246, ST → 279, Total → 1577
Gujarat
UR → 1056, OBC → 467, SC → 87, ST → 302, Total → 1912 
Uttarakhand
UR → 357, OBC → 82, SC → 121, ST → 19 Total → 579 
Tamil Nadu
UR → 71, OBC → 39, SC → 18, ST → 0, Total → 128
Punjab
UR → 336, OBC → 132, SC → 152, ST → 0, Total → 620
Maharashtra
UR → 1034, OBC → 375, SC → 124, ST → 256, Total → 1789
Karnataka
UR → 579, OBC → 240, SC → 150, ST → 79, Total → 1048
Delhi
UR → 9, OBC → 4, SC → 2, ST → 1, Total → 16
Jharkhand
UR → 157, OBC → 29, SC → 24, ST → 46, Total → 256
Himachal Pradesh
UR → 212, OBC → 84, SC → 78, ST → 17, Total → 391
Haryana
UR → 250, OBC → 99, SC → 89, ST → 0, Total → 438
Chattisgarh
UR → 69, OBC → 2, SC → 18, ST → 34, Total → 123
Assam
UR → 250, OBC → 120, SC → 33, ST → 64, Total → 467

To read the complete details of Gramin Dak Sevak Recruitment 2017 click on the article below:

7th Pay Commission: Demanding higher allowances is realistic says Finmin

Dear Comrades,

New Delhi: The central government employees unions demanding higher allowances, a realistic view of what government can afford, the Finance Ministry sources have confirmed.

Speaking to senior Finance Ministry sources were keen to the demands being met, insisting the work of the ‘Committee on Allowances’ to submit its final report within May, will determine what is doable.

"The government has a lot of pressures on the purses this year and higher allowances obviously is a key one. Demands are reasonable and realistic. But the government will not be held hostage," said one senior source last night.
They told "The issue of higher allowances is currently under consideration by the 'Committee on Allowances'.

In line with their mandate, the committee will produce a report within May.

7th Pay Commission: Allowance Report In 'Final' Stage, Other Updates

Dear Comrades,

The 7th pay commission had examined a total of 196 existing allowances and recommended abolition of 51 allowances and subsuming of 37 allowances.

The Ashok Lavasa committee examining 7th pay recommendations on allowances is in the final stage of preparing its report, which is likely to be submitted to the government soon, a top employee union official said. The allowance committee is in the process of preparing notes for it to be taken up by the government, he added. There has not been any official word on whether the allowance committee has been submitted. The government had earlier said that the decision on allowances will be taken after the committee on 7th pay commission recommendations submits its report. Earlier, another union official had attributed the delay in submission of the report to non-availability of allowance panel members. "I believe that there has been some delay in the finalisation of the report as some allowance panel members were outside the country on an official visit," the union official said.

OPENING OF JOINT ACCOUNT BY PENSIONER WITH FIRST NAME OF PENSIONER

Dear Comrades,

OPENING OF JOINT ACCOUNT BY PENSIONER WITH FIRST NAME OF PENSIONER. (Click the link to view)

Action Taken Statement of Standing Committee and National Anomaly Committee after 6th CPC

Dear Comrades,

Action Taken Statement of Standing Committee and National Anomaly Committee after 6th CPC.

Click here to view - full detail

Minutes of Meeting of Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) Staff Side held on 25th October, 2016 under the Chairmanship of Secretary (Personnel)

Dear Comrades,

ITEMS DISCUSSED IN THE LAST STANDING COMMITTEE MEETING

Minutes of Meeting of Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) Staff Side held on 25th October, 2016 under the Chairmanship of Secretary (Personnel).

ITEMS FOR THE NATIONAL COUNCIL JCM STANDING COMMITTEE TO BE HELD ON 3rd MAY 2017 – CONFEDERATION ITEMS

Dear Comrades,


ITEMS FOR THE NATIONAL COUNCIL JCM STANDING COMMITTEE TO BE HELD ON 3rd MAY 2017 – CONFEDERATION ITEMS.

Coms. K. K. N. Kutty, M. Krishnan and M. S. Raja will represent Confederation in the Standing Committee meeting.

1. Removing the anomalous situation in the representation in the JCM.

The JCM was set up as a machinery to enable the employees to hold discussions with the Government and avoid confrontation and strike. At the beginning all the non-gazette employees had representatives at the JCM, National, Departmental and regional level Councils. However, in the case of CSS and CSSS the Government had permitted even the Group B. Gazetted officers at the level of the Section officers to have representations both at the National and Departmental levels as a special case taking into account the characteristics of their job content. The classification of posts in Central Civil services underwent change thereafter. The Class I, II, III and IV were assigned the nomenclature of Group A B C and D. Later, the Department of Personnel introduced Group B Non Gazetted as another category. They specifically prohibited the Group B Non-gazetted category of officials from the purview of the JCM. Most of them became Group B Non Gazetted due to the assigning of higher scale of pay by the Successive Pay Commissions or by the Government in appreciation of their representations. It could be seen that there had been no change either in the level of responsibilities or in the duties assigned to these categories. They continue to do the job as was the case earlier i.e. at the time of setting up of the JCM. Precluding them from the JCM scheme was therefore not only untenable but also resulted in their grievances not being able to be presented at the highest negotiating forum. After the 6th CPC recommendations were accepted and implemented most of the grades and cadres with the Grade Pay of Rs. 4200 and 4600 were classified as Group B.Non-Gazetted. The entire Group D cadres were abolished and the functions in most of the Departments were either outsourced or contractorised. The reclassification of the erstwhile Group C Cadres as Group B. Non Gazetted resulted in their having no representation in the council. We, therefore, request that the matter must be reviewed to ensure that the cadres and grades which had representation when the JCM was initially set up is not taken out of the scheme. In other words, all non-gazetted cadres must have representation in the JCM with the special exceptions in the case of CSS and CSSS.
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