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Dr. Kruparani Killi takes over as MoS for C&IT

Dr. Kruparani Killi takes over as MoS for C&IT
Dr. Kruparani Killi has taken over as the new Minster of State for Communications and Information Technology in Electronics Niketan, New Delhi today.

On joining office, she was received by Sh. J. Satyanarayana, Secretary, Dept. of Electronics & IT (DeitY).

Dr. Killi is a Congress Lok Sabha Member of Parliament from Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh. Born on 19th November, 1965, Dr. Killi studied Medicine.

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Holidays to be observed in Government Offices during the year 2013.

Holidays to be observed in Government Offices during the year 2013.
To see the original memo issued Directorate vide memo No. 21-1/2012-PE-II dated 10/10/2012, please CLICK HERE.

General Financial Rules, 2005.

General Financial Rules, 2005.
  • To see the details of Mandatory publication of Tender enquiries on the Central Public Procurement Portal, please CLICK HERE.

PLI/RPLI monthly premium will now be paid automatically from SB A/c.

PLI/RPLI monthly premium will now be paid automatically from SB A/c.
Copy of PLI Directorate letter No. 29-08/2009-LI (Pt) dated 25.10.2012

To,
All Heads of Circles
Addl. DG (APS)

Sub: Introduction of facility of automatic credit of PLI/ RPLI monthly premium from savings account of insured persons.

In the last few years, there has been massive expansion of Postal Life Insurance (PLI) and Rural Postal Life Insurance (RPLI). However, it has been noticed that a number of policies particularly in RPLI lapse after a while. One of the reasons for lapsation is absence of convenient ways of depositing premia of the policy(ies). As such, it was under consideration of the Department to provide facility of automatic deduction of premia from Savings Account so that (i) the policy holder(s) need not have to visit Post Office every month for depositing premia of his PLI/ RPLI policy and (ii) lapsation of PLI/ RPLI policies gets reduced.

2. The competent authority has now approved the proposal for providing the facility to the policy holder of PLI and RPLI to get premium deposited/ credited by deduction of the same directly from his Savings Account standing in Post Offices. However, this facility can be opted by only those policy holders of PLI and RPLI whose Savings Accounts are maintained in the Departmental Post Offices (GPOs, HOs, MDGs or SOs).

3. It is requested to kindly take necessary action for implementation of aforesaid scheme and wide publicity may also be given for this scheme through various publicity channels.

4. Accounting and operating procedure for automatic transfer of premium of PLI/ RPLI from Savings Accounts of the policy holder is enclosed for information and action accordingly.

5. It is further informed that till the provisions are made in the software, automatic credit of PLI/ RPLI monthly premium by deduction from savings account of the policy holder will have to be done manually.
Sd/-
(A.K. Poddar)
General Manager (O)

No Need to wait for Directorate order for payment of DA revision to Pensioners.

No Need to wait for Directorate order for payment of DA revision to Pensioners.
To see Directorate memo No. 100-13/2012-Pen dated 11-10-2012, please CLICK HERE.

Procedure for Dealing With Complaints and achiving targets in a Organisation


Procedure for Dealing With Complaints in a Organisation

 

Customer service is key in any business. Whether the customer is the general public, a vendor or an investor, when complaints are made against your company by those who patronize it, there must be a procedure in place. You must handle the complaints and ensure that the problem does not become a continuing issue for your business.

 

 

1Problem Research

o    When a complaint is present against your business, or someone working for it, the first thing you should do is conduct some research. Talk to the customer or vendor about the problem and get their version of the complaint. Ask them to state, very clearly, the problem they are having, details about the occurrence or circumstances behind the complaint and ask them what they would like to see done, without committing to anything. Then, address those within your organization who were involved or have knowledge of the issue. At this point, all you are doing is gathering facts to determine the best course of action.

Complaint Resolution

o    Once you have gathered all of your facts, it is time to figure out a resolution. Not only do you want to appease the person who made the complaint, whether they are at fault or not, but you want to institute policies in your overall business structure to ensure that the transgression does not occur again. Keep in mind that word of mouth can make or break any type of business, so keeping those who solicit your services happy is important. If it is possible, meet the terms stated by the customer or vendor to satisfy them. If there was no fault on the part of your company, you don't have to do this, but it will still go a long way with the customer.

If the error was made on the part of someone in your organization, address the matter to ensure it will not happen again. This may mean sanctions against an employee, a change in a certain procedure or policy, customer service training or more intense management of a particular group. You can spin the resolution process in a positive manner by offering bonuses or special prizes for those employees who have the least amount of complaints for a designated number of days, weeks, months or quarters throughout the year.

Follow-Up

o    Once the issue has been resolved, it is important to follow up with your employees and the customer who made the complaint. If the customer is still patronizing your business, casually inquire as to whether there have been any more problems. Work closely with managers and employees to be sure that whatever occurred has not happened again. Follow-up is the key to appeasing the customer and fully resolving the complaint.
 
 

How to achieve target: A Biggest Issue

Dear friends let me assure you that there is no substitute for hard work. Off course it can be replaced by SMART work, But work you must. There is no shortcut to accomplish your task that doesn't go through the road of hard work.
To make you work in shortest time here are the five simple steps that if followed word to word will lead to accomplishing the task in the most quickest time.
1) Specify the target :- This means specify the work required to be done to the last details. Many times it happens that we do a lot of work regarding achieving a middle of particular tolerance (control limit) when in actual what was required was just adherence to the tolerance. So better know the purpose of the target
2) Time plan:- Nothing can be achieved without actual time plan. So have a time plan with actual dates for the progression of the partial targets.
3) Taking actions:- Action is the soul of target achievement. So a quick action is to be taken as per the plan. Before taking actions, review various options and then go in for a particular action.
4) Regular follow up:- Once the action is initiated it is very necessary to do regular follow-up and check the progress. If found deviating from the target ,then we should either change the action completely or do the modifications as required.
5) Achieve the target:- By following the above steps we are sure to achieve the target and the most important thing here is to congratulate oneself for the success and always maintain the records of success so that in future too, you can refer them, both for building your confidence and also for use as a ready rekoner
One final step, Standardization of a system that works for you is the best way to succeed in life, so record keeping of your successes and failures can guide you to develop a system that actually works for you.
So happy Target Accomplishing!

Promotion in PS Gr. B cadre on adhoc basis.

Promotion in PS Gr. B cadre on adhoc basis.

PMG Aurangabad Region has issued the following promotion / transfer / posting orders:
1. Shri R. G. Khadakhade (1993) ASP, North Pandharpur Sub Division to be Supdt. CSD, Nashik.
2. Shri A.K. Dhanawade (1994) ASP, o/o PMG, Aurangabad Region to Supdt. Beed Division, Beed.
3. Shri A. S. Rasal (1989) Supdt. Beed Division to be Manager (BD) o/o PMG, Aurangabad Region, Aurangabad.

INDIAN RAIL WAY NEWS :SALIENT FEATURES OF EXISTING TATKAL SCHEME

INDIAN RAIL WAY NEWS :SALIENT FEATURES OF EXISTING TATKAL SCHEME

SALIENT FEATURES OF EXISTING TATKAL SCHEME


a. Tatkal booking opens at 10 AM on the previous day of journey excluding date of journey from the train originating station.
b. The reservation under this scheme is available only upto the time of preparation of charts. .

c. The facility of change of name is not permitted on the bookings made under Tatkal scheme.

d. No duplicate Tatkal tickets are issued except in exceptional cases on payment of full fare including Tatkal charges.

e. The reservation under this scheme can be sought by
full fare paying passengers only and no passenger holding concessional ticket is allowed to avail reservation under this scheme.



f. Tatkal tickets are issued only on production of one of the nine prescribed proofs of identity as mentioned below and passenger should carry the same proof of identity(in original) during the journey failing which all the passengers booked on that ticket are considered as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly:-

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i. Voter Photo Identity Card issued by Election Commission of India.
ii. Passport

iii. PAN Card issued by Income Tax Department

iv. Driving Licence issued by RTO

v. Photo Identity Card issued by Central /State Government

vi. Student Identity Card with photograph issued by recognized School/College for their Students

vii. Nationalised Bank Passbook with photograph and

viii. Credit Cards issued by Banks with laminated photograph.

ix. Unique identification Card “Aadhar “.
g. The procedure for booking Tatkal ticket is as under:-
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(i) For booking Tatkal ticket, a self attested photo copy of any one of the proofs of identity mentioned above, of any one passenger, is to be attached to the requisition slip.
(ii) The details of the identity proof is captured by the system and indicated on the reserved tickets as well on the reservation chart.

(iii) It is not mandatory for the passenger(s) to go to the counter to book the Tatkal ticket, however, the proof is to be sent in the aforementioned manner.

(iv) For internet booking of Tatkal tickets, the passenger shall enter the identity proof type and number, which is to be used for travel. These details shall be printed on the ERS/indicated on the MRM/VRM as well as in the reservation chart. (v) During the journey, the passenger, whose identity card number has been indicated on the ticket, has to produce original proof of identity indicated on the ticket, failing which all the passengers booked on the ticket are treated as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly. Indication comes on the ticket regarding carrying the same original proof of identity during the journey, as indicated on the ticket.

(vi) If the passenger whose identity card number is indicated on the ticket is not travelling, all other passengers booked on that ticket, if found travelling in train, will be treated as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly.

(vii) No refund is granted on the cancelation of confirmed Tatkal tickets. However, full refund of fare and Tatkal charges is granted on the cancellation of confirmed Takal tickets booked under Tatkal scheme under certain circumstances like non-attachment of coach, cancellation of train, as mentioned in the scheme.

(viii) Tatkal tickets are issued subject to the distance restriction on travel applicable to the train.

(ix) Booking of maximum of only four passengers per PNR for Tatkal tickets is permitted.

(x) The web/web services agents of IRCTC have been permitted to book only one Tatkal ticket per train per day on the internet.

(xi) Agents/RTSAs have been restricted from the booking Tatkal tickets at the counters as well as through internet between 1000 hours and 1200 hours.
h. Tatkal charges have been fixed as a percentage of fare at the rate of 10% of basic fare for second class and 30% of basic fare for all other classes subject to minimum and maximum as given in the table below:-
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Class of Travel
Minimum Tatkal Charges (in Rs.)
Maximum Tatkal Charges(in Rs.)
Reserved Second Sitting (2S)
10
15
Sleeper
75
150
AC Chair Car
75
150
AC-3 tier
200
300
AC-2 tier
200
300
Executive
200
300


i. Powers for earmarking of Tatkal accommodation in different classes have been delegated to Zonal Railways. Keeping in view the utilization pattern in the class of travel during the previous financial year and availability of accommodation, the Tatkal accommodation is earmarked in the zonal Railways subject to maximum as under:-

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Classes
Maximum Tatkal accommodation which can be earmarked in a train
Executive Class
5 seats per coach
2 AC
10 Berths Per Coach
3 AC
16 Berths Per Coach
AC Chair Car
16 Seats Per Coach
SL
30% of the accommodation
Reserved Second Sitting (2S)
10% of the accommodation

j. At present this scheme is available in around 2677 trains. Out of the total berth of around 11.57 lakhs berths/seats per day, on an average, around 1.71 lakhs seats/berths are available for booking under Tatkal every day i.e. approximately 14.75% of the total accommodation.

(Based on information for the period from April 2011 to March 2012)

k. Extent of Tatkal accommodation earmarked in a specific train can be checked up from the computerised Passenger Reservation System (PRS) counters or from website www.indianrail.gov.in

l. The earnings from Tatkal Scheme during the last few years has been as under:-

Financial Year
Earnings from Tatkal Scheme (in Rs. crores)
2005-06
126
2006-07
207
2007-08
396
2008-09
605
2009-10
672
2010-11
729
2011-12
847
2012-13 (till August 2012)
409
Source: www.indianrailways.gov.in
Courtesy : http://90paisa.blogspot.com/

HOW PROFITABLE INDIA POST - EARNING CALCULATORS FOR INVESTERS,AGENTS AND POSAL OFFICIALS

SAVING BANK INTEREST & PLI PREMIUM CALCULATORS

HOW PROFITABLE INDIA POST - EARNING CALCULATORS FOR INVESTERS,AGENTS AND POSAL OFFICIALS



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(Prepared by Warrant Officer AB Kantharaja, Army Postal Service, Inspector Posts in Somwarpet Sub Division, Karnataka, http://abkantharaja.blogspot.in, email ID- abkantharaja@gmail.com)

TIMES OF INDIA REPORT : How Project Arrow can modernise the department of posts

TIMES OF INDIA REPORT : How Project Arrow can modernise the department of posts

One minister, one department, one contract, one winner - but many lobbies. This, in essence, sums up the reason why Project Arrow, which sought to change the face of India's department of posts (DoP) - a department that normally does not figure in the vision of most policymakers and decision-takers - appears to have gone into a limbo. It is also a project that the Union government hoped would take inclusive growth in the country to another level.

At the heart of this modernisation project was the Core System Integrator (CSI) contract for which three companies - HP, TCS and HCL Technologies - had been shortlisted. In fact, it was in January this year that the technical evaluation for the project was completed and HP emerged the lowest bidder. But doing business in India is never easy, as has emerged in the recent round of corruption scandals that are rocking the government.

And, this becomes especially difficult for a department that does not make too much news. What is perhaps more inexplicable in declaring the winner is the fact that of the eight request for proposals (RFPs) the government had invited for modernising and upgrading the DoP, it is this project that the other seven contracts will ride upon.

It is a project the DoP itself appears unclear about on how it will take its services and products to a new level as the committee appointed to decide the tender is strongly supporting the decisions taken, but another group keeps pushing for referring the matter repeatedly to the ministry of law. This is all the more surprising since the terms and conditions for the project were first outlined in 2008.

It is because of this uncertainty or deliberate 'delay in decision-making' that the CSI project has been referred to the ministry of law for its opinion three times and got three varying responses - and now, DoP may need to engage a legal consultant to handle the 'back and forth' with the ministry of law.

Earlier, 18 MPs from varying constituencies had written identical technical papers opposing the decisions being taken by the committee, kick-starting the merry-go-round with the ministry of law.

For an organisation that has a predominantly rural network - over 1.39 lakh post offices are in rural areas, with only around 16,000 in urban areas - Project Arrow sought to achieve a big increase in both customer satisfaction and employee satisfaction with India Post.

It envisaged a pan-India network that would be flexible enough to support future applications, leading to greater accountability and productivity through the use of technology and improved working conditions. Drawing heavily on the report of an expert committee under the chairmanship of Ajay Shah of NIPFP, the government sought to synergise technology, banking and postal services to achieve the larger aim of financial inclusion.

But for the DoP to be able to provide such self-sufficient, efficient and cost-effective services, it needs to introduce several technological innovations, all of which appear to have got mired in a controversy.

While the department is looking at various solutions as a part of its modernisation drive and to increase its operational effectiveness, it is the delay in decision-making on the core system integrator that is rendering the whole move ineffective.

This is because it is this system that will integrate and bring together all the other systems - rural ICT hardware,rural ICT system integrator, data centre, financial services system integrator, network integrator, mail operations and change management - making DoP a single enterprise.

As noted Canadian journalist Malcolm Gladwell said in his book The Tipping Point: How Little Things Make a Big Difference, many large changes sometimes happen in a hurry. A whole set of cascading events reach a point and trigger those changes, which he called 'the tipping point'. One may call it the inflection point. "Same difference," Gladwell would say.

But for a postal system, that is the largest in the world, the Indian postal system plays a crucial role in resource mobilisation, especially in the rural areas.

As the Planning Commission has noted, the DoP needs to ensure generation of substantial additional revenue through non-tariff methods such as introduction of IT-based financial services and introducing a corporate set-up that will provide it with two intrinsic advantages: faster decision-making and raising resources from the market.

In view of this, DoP's corporatisation and modernisation in a time-bound manner are imperative. It is time we acted.
Courtesy : The Times of India , Oct. 25, 2012

Corrigendum to SB order 12/2012 - Issue of fresh tables for interest calculation for closure of TD accounts opened on or after 01.04.2012

Corrigendum to SB order 12/2012 - Issue of fresh tables for interest calculation for closure of TD accounts opened on or after 01.04.2012Click here to view the Corrigendum issued to SB order 12/2012 on the above subject matter.

Prime Minister’s Address on the launch of Aadhaar Enabled Service Delivery

Prime Minister’s Address on the launch of Aadhaar Enabled Service Delivery
To read the english translation of the same, please CLICK HERE.

Revised norms and enhanced rates of pension for widows and persons with disabilities

Revised norms and enhanced rates of pension for widows and persons with disabilities.
The Union Cabinettoday revised the norms and enhanced rates of pension for widows and persons with disabilities. This is in fulfillment of the announcement made by the Finance Minister while presenting the Union Budget 2012-13 in the Parliament on 16th March 2012. To view details, please CLICK HERE.

Vigilance Awareness week from 29/10/12 to 3/11/12.

Vigilance Awareness week from 29/10/12 to 3/11/12.
The theme of this year's Vigilance Awareness Week is "Transparency in Public Procurement". To view the message from Vigilance Commissioner of CVC, please CLICK HERE.

Risk Allowance to Central Government Employees.

Risk Allowance to Central Government Employees.
To view the DOPT Memo No.21012/01/2010-Estt (AL) dated 18/10/2012, please CLICK HERE.

Income Tax Department issues procedures for calculating IT for 2012-13..

Income Tax Department issues procedures for calculating IT for 2012-13..
To view the details, please CLICK HERE.

RTI Manual - 16.

RTI Manual - 16.
To view the details of CPIOs and Appellate Authorities at Postal Directorate, please CLICK HERE.

Indefinite strike continued by GDS.

Indefinite strike continued by GDS.

The charter of demands of the strike is as follows;
• Grant status as government servants to GDS employees as recommended by Justice Talwar committee and as per the judgment given by Hon'ble Supreme Court in 1977.
• Grant bonus to GDS employees similar to government servants.
• Provide medical benefits.
• Grant compassionate appointments in all cases by removing irrational conditions and restrictions/norms prescribed recently.
• Stop abolition of GDS posts and filling vacant posts in all categories of GDS in postal and RMS offices.
• Increase of salary after certain period.

BONUS FILE CLEARED BY FINANCE-ORDERS TODAY

BONUS FILE CLEARED BY FINANCE-ORDERS TODAY





BONUS FILE CLEARED BY FINANCE. SIXTY DAYS.
ORDERS WILL BE ISSUED TODAY.

Source : http://nfpe.blogspot.in/

MINUTES OF I st MEETING OF ALL INDIA MEET OF POSTMASTERS IN INDIA POST HELD AT MUMBAI ON 01.10.2012


 
MINUTES OF I st MEETING OF ALL INDIA MEET OF POSTMASTERS IN INDIA POST HELD AT MUMBAI ON 01.10.2012 AT RUSHI MEHTA HALL, MUMBAI CENTRAL, MUMBAI TO DISCUSS ABOUT THE PRESENT POSTION OF POSTMASTER CADRE AND TO FORM A NON FEDERATED ASSOCIATION FOR THE POSTMASTER CADRE CENTRALLY AT ALL INDIA LEVEL.


A meeting was held on 01st October, 2012 at 9:30 AM AT RUSHI MEHTA HALL Mumbai.

The objective of the meeting was to review the present plight of the postmaster cadre introduced by the India Post and to form a non federated association for the Postmaster cadre to take up the genuine issues to the Directorate for the carrier progression of the cadre.

All the delegates are welcomed by the Reception committee member  Shri. Mahesh Paratkar,Postmaster Ambewadi and Smt.Kazi,Postmaster, BARC PO Mumbai.

The meeting started after the delicious break- fast and tea.

Shri. Anirudha Kamtekar started the programme with prayer followed by the lighting of lamp by the dignitary on the stage. All the Postmasters are welcomed by Shri. Rajiv Huilgol Postmaster Grade I Dombivili I A Post office, Thane central Division, Mumbai Region.

The extracts of the welcome speech is “It all started as a dream. The All India Meet of Post masters of India post is an envisioned the dream of establishing active association for our own concern; This would mould and guide future carrier progression of Post Master Cadre and safe guard and guide to the generations of enlightened minds.

We would like to extend our gratitude and thanks to all the role players that have made it possible for the dream to become a reality. Today marks this occasion - the Opening and Commencement Ceremony of unveiling of our all India Association of Postmaster Cadre.

As said by Lord Krishna in Bhagavat Gita if you do n’t fight for what you want,

Do not cry for what u lost .

I am seeing the national integrity over here. We are all from various circles, regions, offices speaking various languages but gathered here for a good cause to protect the carrier progression of the postmaster cadre. I welcome all the delegates and the visitors from the AP,Bihar..........circle Postmasters. This is our first meeting of this kind.

You are all most welcome to this first ever meeting of Postmasters of India Post proudly hosted by the Maharashtra Circle. We in the Maharashtra especially in Mumbai believe the Unity and acceptance of the things as it is and try to improvise the same for the mankind. In the same way we have accepted the challenge from all nook and corner and decided to put the front step to call a meet of Postmasters from all India. I hope you enjoy the rest of the program and thank you for sharing this special event with us.

Once again I welcome all the postmasters. I request the convenor of this meet, Mr. Ganesh Sable, Postmaster Grade I Maharashtra circle to take the charge to proceed this grand Meet.

Thank you,

Jai Hind......Jai Maharashtra!

Shri. Ganesh Sable convenor of the all India Meet took the charge of addressing the gathering and asked the Postmasters from the various circles to come on the stage...accordingly all the circle representatives from the Postal circle were decorated the stage the uploaded Photo will explain more about the stage secne. Shri.Ganesh Sable, requested Smt. Savithri Venkatesan Postmaster Grade II Kalyan RSPO to be as Chiarman. All the dignitaries are welcomed with bouqatue by Smt.SumanJogdand,PMKattemaniveli PO, Smt.Kazi, PM BARC Mumbai and Shri. Avinash Pimpleshinde PM from Nagpur Region.





All the Postmasters are issued the documents of purpose of holding the meeting and the need of forming one non federated association for the welfare of the Postmaster cadre.

The Constitution and bye laws of the Association was unveiled and handed over to all the Circle representatives for to point out any corrections or the left of omissions.

All the Postmasters presented their opinion with their effective speech. Some of them are :





1.   The span of promotion period should be reduced.

2.       

2. The Higher authorities should consult with the front line leader, the Postmaster as and when any discussions taken on the business development or introduction of any new schemes and fixing of targets.

 

3. Administrative and financial powers should be given to Postmaster to run the office smoothly for the purpose the cadre is created.

 

4. As the Postmaster cadre official is taking highest responsibility in the operative unit they should be compensated with Postmaster allowance of 30% and their Grade Pay should be 4200/

 

5. They should be allowed to appear for the limited departmental examinations for promotion to IPs and Gr B.

 

6. Also one important suggestion was given by one Postmaster that where the PMs are lack behind to the IPs? So we should ask the department to fix the pay as per the IP cadre to the Postmaster Grade I and instead of asking for the permission to appear for the IP exam we should ask only for the Gr B exam.

 

7. The Ad hoc promotion should be allowed as in the case of almost all the cadre in the central government department also in other cadres in the India post

8. The meaning of the creation of this cadre is ignored by the department and the incumbent on the posts are also deprived from the due rights and benefit.

 

9. Where ever the local problems/crisis arises in any division, regions and circle to establish the lethargic condition of the department relevant rules and the laws should be applied. as per the requirement.

 

10. The Post offices identified in some circle are not justified as per the work load. In some circle, all Head Post Offices are identified as Grade I offices where the incumbent is paid Grade Pay of 2800. Where as in Head Post Offices General Line HSGII/I with GP 4200/4600 are manning those offices.

 

11. Who will bell the cat? Yes any individual could not do so because we have to obey and respect the rules, laws and orders of the department to maintain the decorum as we are also part of Administration. So formation of common platform is necessity of the time.

 

Before the lunch break, a copy of the resolution passed on the above point is printed and circulated to all the postmasters and got signed individually to present those copies to the Directorate.

After that all the circle representatives are given time to select one person for the office bearer of the ad hoc body that is a pre requisite to apply for a separate association for Postmaster cadre in India Post.

Accordingly, the following Postmasters are elected and as the office bearers of the ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION OF POSTMASTER CADRE

SR NO
POST
NAME
CIRCLE
TEL NO
 
1
PRESIDENT
SMT SAVITHRI VENKATESAN
MAHARASHTRA
9967596068
2
VICE PRESIDENT
ARUN KUMAR BAL
WEST BENGAL
9830441636
3
VICE PRESIDENT
K AMRUTHALINGAM
KARNATAKA
9886504897
4
VICE PRESIDENT
ANURAG DHENGALA
MADHYA PRADESH
9425744707
5
GEN SECRETARY
GANESH G SABLE
MAHARASHTRA
9867776058
6
ASST SECRETARY
SAILESH SETH
DELHI
9868120300
7
ASST SECRETARY
P K HOTTA
ORISSA
9437246030
8
ASST SECRETARY
S A RAMASUBRAMANIAN
TAMIL NADU
9443900200
9
TREASURER
H P MORE
MAHARASHTRA
9881474826
10
ASST SECRETARY
AMIT ZHA
UTTAR PRADESH
9456259466
na
11
ASST SECRETARY
CHANDRA SHEKHAR PARGAIEN
UTTARAKHAND
9411594675
12
ORG SECRETARY
BALVEER SINGH
RAJASTHAN
9413159751
13
ORG SECRETARY
DALIP KUMAR
PUNJAB
9780439330
14
ORG SECRETARY
D K V PRASAD
ANDHRA PRADESH
 
na
15
ORG SECRETARY
HEMANT KUMAR PATIL
JHARKHAND
8986637250

The elected members took the oath for to work for the development of the cadre. The consent letter and signed copied of the resolutions so collected are kept in the files.

The Circle representatives from Andhra Pradesh could not attended the Meet due to some local disturbances. Delegates from MP,UP and Karnataka attended for the meeting but not submitted the consent letters from other postmasters. Also some other circles assured to get the consent letters from remaining Postmasters of their circle. The Postmasters of North-eastern states, HP,Bihar,Assam,J&k, Chatisgharh, Gujrat and Haryana are to submit the consent letters.

Therefore to make them possible to submit the same it is decided to wait for another 15 days. Also other circles who were submitted the consent letters are not in full. Therefore it is decided to get the consent letters from the remaining postmasters of all the circles before take up the matter with the Directorate.

 

Chair person of the meeting given valuable advice to the gathering.

This is last but not least to mentioned here about the role of Mr. Gajendra Bhusane,PM,Jacob circle PO. The whole dinning arrangement was managed by him with full enthusiasm.

The Meeting concluded with National Anthem after the Vote of Thanks by Shri. Hemant More Postmaster Gr II,Tulsiwadi PO