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Friday, July 13, 2018



LETTER ON REVIEW OF PAPER VI OF AAO LDCE 2018 CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Tuesday, July 3, 2018


TIME FOR LINKING PAN WITH AADHAR
TILL 31ST MARCH 2019
G.S. 07752829874 / 09453439561

All India Postal Accounts Employees Association
(Central Headquarters)
(Affiliated to National Federation of Postal Employees)
13-B, New Mahavir Nagar, DAO Flats, New Delhi – 110018
Camp at Office of the G. M. (Finance), PAO Lucknow - 226024

No. AIPAEA/CHQ/2018/                                                    Dated 02.07.2018


Notification

It is hereby notified that the National Executive Committee meeting of AIPAEA shall be held at Bengaluru on 19.07.2018 at 02:00 PM to transact the following agenda. All the members of National Executive/Circle Secretaries should attend the meeting.

Agenda:

1.     7th CPC Anomalies.
2.     CSI implementation in Postal Accounts and problems faced there off.
3.     Agitational Program of NFPE and Confederation.
4.     Formation of New Postal Accounts Offices at Dehradun and Vijayawada.
5.     Local recruitment to fill up the vacant post in PAOs.
6.     Organizational matters.
7.     Undoing of the benefit of stepping up of pay in compliance of OA NO. 2124/2011 by PAOs Bhopal & Hyderabad.
8.     Modification in AAO Recruitment Rule.
9.     Any other item with permission to Chair.

     
                                         (S. B. Yadav)
                                              General Secretary

Copy to:
1.     The Secretary (Posts), Dept of Post, New Delhi for information.
2.     Sr. DDG (PAF) for information and N/A.
3.     The Director (SR & Legal) DOP for information and N/A.
4.     The General Managers (PAF)/ Directors of Accounts (Postal) with a request to grant Spl CL.
5   5.  The Secretary General, NFPE for information. 



Saturday, June 16, 2018


WISHING ALL COMRADES A VERY HAPPY RAMZAN - EID MUBARAK.



 LDCE to AAO of Indian P&T AFS Group B(Gazatted)
Syllabus and Study Materials for Paper II, III and IV.

A YouTube channel by  the name "Notes for Free".  Study Materials of P&T AAO Examination is reportedly uploaded in the YouTube link given below. More videos on Papers 2,3 and 4 are stated to be under preparation and likely to be uploaded shortly.



Grant of Special increment in the form of personal pay to Central Government Servants for participation in Sporting events and Tournaments of National or international importance, in the 7th CPC Scenario. CLICK LINK FOR ORDERS

Monday, June 11, 2018



Scrap Contributory Pension Scheme
Settle 10 points Charter of demands

NATIONAL CONVENTION OF CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES DECLARES ONE DAY STRIKE
 ON 15th NOVEMBER 2018

            National Convention of Central Government Employees organised by Confederation of Central Govt Employees & Workers at Hyderabad declared one day strike on 15th November 2018. All India State Govt Employees Federation (AISGEF) also declared one day strike on the same day ie ; 15.11.2018. Main demands are Scrap Contrbutory Pension  System and implement Old Pension System for all , Honour assurance given by Group of Ministers regarding increase in Minimum Pay & Fitment Formula , Stop Outsourcing of Govt functions and contractorisation , Grant Equal Pay for Equal Work , Settle 10 points Charter of demands etc. 

            The Convention was inaugurated by Dr.Sajjeeva Reddy , National President , INTUC. Com Amarjeet Kaur , Nationl General Secretary , AITUC , Com Venkitesh , State General Secretary , CITU , Telangana , Com Gopal Rao , All India Defence Employees Federation addressed the convention. Com A.Sreekumar , General Secretary , AISGEF addressed the convention and declared that State Government Employees will also go on nationwide strike on 15.11.2018 along with Cental Govt Employees demanding scrapping of Contributory Pension Scheme. Com M.Krishnan , Secretary General , Confederation presented the Draft Resolution and Declaration for discussion and adoption. About 28 delegates representing different organisations and state level Coordination Committees participated in the discussion on draft resolution and declaration. Com Giriraj Singh , President , NFPE , Com Venkatesan (ITEF) Com M.S.Raja , Secretary General , All India Audit & Accounts Association , Com C.U.Jayakumar , Secretary General , National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees , Com Nilesh D Nazare , General Secretary , Indian Bureau of Mines Employees Association , Com P.S.Prasad (All India Ground Water Board Employees Association) Com R.Seethalaksmi , Convenor , All India Women's Committee of Confederation also addressed the delegate session. Convention adopted the Resolution and Declaration and decided to go for one day strike on 15th November 2018 demanding settlement of 10 points Charter of demands (Resolution , Declaration and Charter of Demands will be published in the website shortly). The Convention also decided to organise intensive campaign programmes to ensure largest participation of employees in the strike (Details of campaign programmes will be published shortly)

            About 1000 delegates from all states and affiliated organisations participated in the National Convention. Com K.K.N.Kutty , National President , Confederation hoisted the Confederation flag and also presided over the National Convention. Com A . Azeez, General Secretary , COC , AP & Telangana delivered welcome address and Com Y.Nageswara Rao , Chairman , COC offered vote of thanks. 

            The Reception Committee under the dynamic leadership of Com Nageswara Rao and Azeez along with leaders and cadres of all affiliated organisations of COC made excellent arrangements for the successful conducting of the National Convention. Cultural programmes presented by Praia Natya Mandali was really inspiring. Overall the National Convention was a grand success and and an inspiring experience for those who participated in it. 






REIMBURSEMENT IN RESPECT OF NEWSPAPERS PURCHASED/SUPPLIED TO OFFICERS AT THEIR RESIDENCE- GUIDELINES REGARDING. (click here to view)

Admissibility of Air fare for Children below the age of 5 years of the Government Servants non-entitled to travel by air on LTC.

CLICK THE LINK TO VIEW 

LTC facilities of the Civilian Employees of the Central Govt. serving in States of the Nonrth -eastern Region, Ladkh Region of State of J&K and Union Territories of A&N Island and Lakshdweep Group. CLICK LINK TO VIEW 


Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme, 1980- Table of Benefits in respect of Savings Funds accumulation during 1-4-2018 to 30-6-2018. CLICK LINK TO VIEW

Monday, May 14, 2018


RESOLUTION PASSED BY CWC AMBALA ON THE AAO RR NOTIFICATION.
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Monday, May 7, 2018


LIST OF CANDIDATES ALLOTED BY SSC TO POSTAL ACCOUNTS OFFICES BASED ON CGLE 2016 (for appointment as JUNIOR ACCOUNTANTS)

CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 01.01.2018 to those employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies who  continue to draw their pay as per  the 5th CPC and 6th CPC.
(Click the link below to view)


AIPEU GDS SERVED STRIKE NOTICE
FOR INDEFINITE STRIKE FROM 22ND MAY 2018

Friday, May 4, 2018



CLARIFICATION REGARDING ISSUE OF MEDICINES PRESCRIBED BY SPECIALISTS BEYOND THE PERIOD FOR WHICH THE MEDICINES HAD BEEN ADVISED



Wednesday, May 2, 2018

The following message which had been posted in this blog quite often by our beloved Com TSN,  is very relevant even today.



LET ONENESS PERVADE – MAY DAY ZINDABAD

Year after year the relevance of May Day is growing world over in general and in India in particular. The historic movement of Hey Market, Chicago in the year 1886 has become the symbol of oppression, repression, revolt, resistance, sacrifice and victory for the entire working class. The oppressive working conditions, and miserable life enslaved to the profit maximization of the ruling classes was the order of the day during the 19th century. Repression was let loose to perpetuate the exploitation. Revolt against the exploitation and resistance against the repression, sparked a desire for a better life, better future and just and equitable society. Many sacrificed their lives to attain that noble goal. The life-sacrifice of heroes of Chicago spurred the working class of the entire world. The first step at Hey Market has later become a big leap in establishing and asserting not only the rights of the working class but also the rights of deprived and displaced people across the globe.

The oppressive Hey market is replicating and repeating itself in many forms in India. The much promised heaven on earth on implementation of neo-liberal policies has remained a mirage for the marginalized people of India. The gulf between haves and have-nots increased many folds. The lop-sided economic polices denuded the national wealth and enriched only the tiny section of the society. The unholy nexus between politicians, corporates and bureaucrats is the bane of this nation. Three decades of reforms has ruptured the socio economic and cultural fabric of India. Still, the present Rulers want to tread that path with deadly speed. Ease of doing business is new mantra!  Necking out the Public Sector is the new Mission! Red carpet to FDI in every field is the NayaSwadeshi slogan! Made in India is replaced with Make in India!  The Rulers are blind to the agrarian crisis. Job less and job loss growth is swelling the ranks of unemployed. Financial Sector is crackling under unabated loot of the nationalized banks. The divisive politics on the lines of caste, creed, religion, region, and language are lashing with vengeance. Unnaos and Kathuvas are throttling the collective consciousness of this nation. The data analytics and the corporate wedded media are manufacturing the opinion and designing the democracy! Voters have been reduced to mere data. The subtle injection of one nation theory is endangering the flourishing plurality, the essence of democracy.

We are pitted against a Government, whichis insensitive to the demands of the workers. Labour Laws were amended without taking the Trade Unions into confidence. The assurance given to the Central Government employees to undo the negative recommendations of 7th CPC is not honoured. The pay revision to the 3 lakh GrameenDakSevaks in the Department of Posts is not in the horizon.  Closure of Departments has begun. Casualization of employment is the new norm.  The JCM has become an irrelevant entity, as the Government never respected the concept of negotiations. The social security of employees is tied to the bubble of Stock markets by rejecting the just demand of defined pension.
Under these circumstances, we are celebrating May Day and the relevance of May Day has become more pertinent. The imminent danger to the working class, the employees and the common masses of this country can only be warded off with the united struggles. State and Central Government employee are joining hands together to get back the defined pension to all. Central Government employees under the flag of Confederation of CCGEW are waging relentless struggles to achieve the legitimate demands of the central government employees and joining hands to safeguard the dignity of the working class.

Recent long march of Maharastra farmers from Nasik to Mumbai to demand their rights is the live example before us to prove that the struggle can defy all odds. Let the May Day kindle that spirit. Let’s imbibe that spirit: the spirit of Unity, the spirit of sacrifice and the spirit of uncompromised determination on the face of odds. We as employees and as the citizens of this great nationowe a responsibility and owe a duty to usher in change. Lets not swayed by rhetoric. Lets realize the real essence of May Day and join together to make a difference. Join hands, pervade the oneness and march ahead!

May Day Zindabad!                              Martyrs Lal Salam!!


 CLARIFICATION ON CEA.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018


EDITORIAL-POSTAL CRUSADER - MAY 2018

Due to wrong imposition of policies and intensification of neo-liberal economic policies most of the financial sectors are in crisis but the banking sector is badly affected now a days. Demonetization and GST has aggravated the situation more. At the time of Demonetization the common man had supported and believed the Prime – Minister who stated that due to demonetization corruption and black money will be finished, funding for terrorist and anti national activities will be stopped, forged and fake currency will be finished. The money which will not come in banks that will be the income of Govt. But surprisingly 99% cash in the form of demonetized Rs 1000/- and 500/- came back in banks. If the currency in Nepal & Bhutan may be taken in account than there will be no money left as black money. Still with some genuine citizens in India and abroad having some demonetized currency with them which they could not deposit in banks due to many reasons.

            Now again it is coming in news in electronic and print media that in many parts of country, Banks are suffering due to deficiency of cash and no cash is being put in ATMs. Banks are not able to make payments to the customers. Some banks are making payment in part and any how managing their customers.

            At the time of demonetization we had mentioned that this demonetization is not for the reasons which mentioned by the Prime-Minister but because of lack of liquidity i.e flow of money in banks.

            Some top class Industrialists who have taken loan from banks in thousand crores, they are not repaying the loans causing huge amount of NPA(Non Performing Assets) which has reached to an amount of Rs eight lakh crores. An amount of Rs two lac forty thoushand crores has already been waived by the Govt which top industrialists were deemed as they are not able to repay.

            This Banking crisis is not a simple one. This is lack of faith of common man in Govt and it’s policies as the most of the people are not depositing their money in banks and keeping a very little amount in banks because of the fear of F.R.D.I Bill in which it is proposed that in the event of crisis in Banks, the deposited money of public will be fixed in FD for 15 years and without the consent of depositor leaving only Rs onelac in the S.B account . So the people are very much afraid to keep their money in banks. After demonetization Rs 2000/- currency note has been introduced which is also facilitating in dumping of the cash.

            It has been reported by the banks that 80% of Rs 2000/- note is not coming back in the banks. A common man faces so many difficulties in taking a smaller loan for a very genuine cause but the big corporate and big companies can take thousands of crores rupees as a loan without any security and guarantee . For a common man for taking loan about 150% property is required in the form of guarantee  but for the companies which have been given A+ rating do not require any guarantee or security and thereby the big industrialists and corporates like Viajy Malya, Nirav Modi, Kothari, Mehta and other get loan easily and after that do not repay and the Banks, it’s staff and common man has to  suffer.

            After nationalization of Banks in 1969 by the then Prime – Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi a tremendous development in industrial sector was noticed as the loan was given by the Banks to establish industries. But now after Nirav Modi and others, Some of the top brass at the helm of Govt are demanding to privatize the Banks which will not be in the interest of neither common man nor Govt. A large scale unemployment  may grow after privatization . There is acute shortage of staff in Banks and employees are suffering like anything. One of the most ambitious plan of Govt. i.e Mudra Yojna in which loan is granted to an unemployed youth to establish his own business and up to Rs 50000/- loan, no security or gurantee is required. A Bank manager told that most of the loanee are not repaying back the loan and it is also becoming part of NPA.

            So the crisis in Banking Sector is purely because of wrong policies of Govt which require to be rectified.

Monday, April 30, 2018

REVOLUTIONARY MAY DAY GREETINGS TO ALL COMRADES.

                         

Wednesday, April 25, 2018



(M) G.S. 07752829874
09453439561
All India Postal Accounts Employees Association
(Central Headquarters)
(Affiliated to National Federation of Postal Employees)
13-B, New Mahavir Nagar, DAO Flats, New Delhi – 110018
Camp at Office of the G. M. (Finance), PAO Lucknow - 226024
S. Santosh Kumar                                                                                          S. B. Yadav
President                                                                                                      General Secretary

No. AIPAEA/CHQ/Circular-8/2018                                                     Dated 25-04-2018

The Central Working Committee meeting of AIPAEA was held at Ambala from 11.04.2018 to 12.04.2018. Reception committee held the CWC meeting in a very grand manner, within a short notice. A Galaxy of leaders attended the CWC meeting Com. M. Krishnan, SG, Confederation, Com. R. N. Parashar, SG, NFPE & GS of P-3, Com Giri Raj Singh President NFPE & GS R-3, Com. A.P. Sastry, Ex President AIPAEA and all Circle Secretaries of NFPE Haryana Circle attended the CWC. Shri Mandeep Singh, Director of Accounts (Postal), Ambala had attended the inaugural session and greeted the CWC delegates / observers. Shri Dilip Padhye Ji, Sr. DDG (PAF) had also graced the occasion with his presence and interacted with the CWC delegates / observers. All units except Patna and J & K participated in the CWC meeting.

          The meeting started with flag hoisting. Com A.P. Sastry, Ex President AIPAEA, hoisted National Flag, NFPE Flag was hoisted by Com Manjeet Singh, Ex GS, Admin Union, and Com N. Veeresh, Working President, AIPAEA hoisted the AIPAEA Flag. Offering of floral tributes to Martyrs followed the flag hoisting. Reception Committee felicitated all the leaders/guests by presenting bouquets & mementos. Chairman of the reception Committee, Com. Jasvir Singh delivered the welcome address.

          Dr. Mandeep Singh, DAP, Ambala extended his warm greetings to the CWC and assured all sorts of co-operation from administration. He also opined that the Service Associations of Group A, B & C cadres of the Accounts stream of DOP & DOT must work together in tandem for the betterment of Accounts Wing. He wished the CWC to be grand success.

Comrade M. Krishnan, Secretary General of CCGE&W inaugurated the inaugural cum open session of the CWC meeting. In his address Com. Krishnan elaborately explained the developments since the appointment of 7th CPC till date and the present status of the various committees constituted by the government to look into the issues of Central Government employees after implementation of 7th CPC. He told that the government has backed out from the promise given to the NJCA by the GoM in the meeting held on 30.06.2016 & 06.07.2016. He informed that Government had categorically ruled out, on the floor of Parliament, any proposal under consideration for enhancing minimum wages and fitment formula. He told that a National Convention is going to be held on 10 June 2018 at Hyderabad to decide about the future programme of action on our demands especially NPS and Casual / Contract Labourers, where dates of national strike and other agitational programme would be decided. He appealed to the house to participate in the convention. By wishing the CWC meeting, a grand success he formally inaugurated the CWC.
                       
Com R.N. Parasher, Secretary General, NFPE & GS P-III in his address lauded the Reception committee for their very good arrangements. He extended warm greetings on behalf of his organization as well as personal behalf to the CWC and wished that CWC be a grand success. He informed the house about how the NFPE has thwarted, through sustained struggles, the move of the Department to implement the task force committee report. He also said that NFPE on its own conducted one day strike on 23.08.2017 followed by a series of agitation programmes including 5 days ‘Maha Dharna’ at Delhi from 12.02.2018 to 16.02.2018. as a result of all these agitations, Department was compelled to resume the Periodical meetings. Agenda for the Periodical meetings have already been submitted by us.

Shri Dilip Padhye, Sr. DDG (PAF) also graced the CWC meeting and interacted with the Delegates/Observers. GS placed four issues which were of prime concern for AIPAEA and its members viz. (a) RR of AAO cadre and modification sought by association (b) Trade union victimization (c) discrimination in tenure transfer between Gr B & C officials and Gr A officers (d) Problems faced in implementation/roll out of CSI in PAO and (e) Issue of Rule 38 transfer.  Sr DDG, gave replies on all the issues and also told the steps that are being taken by the Department to resolve the issues. Some individual members also asked their doubts on RR of AAO cadre to which he replied patiently. He also wished the CWC a grand success.

After lunch break the Delegate session commenced by observing one minute silence as a mark of respect to the departed souls. General Secretary placed his report in the house for discussion and consideration of the house.

Com. A. P. Sastry, Ex. President of AIPAEA also addressed the august house. He extended his best wishes for the success of the CWC and assured his continued full support to the Association in future also. He thanked the reception committee for their hospitality and fine arrangement. He explained how we were stagnating at 5000-8000 scale when we demanded and got 10% SCF quota promotion in JAO. We also achieved amalgamation of AAO cadres of DOP & DOT. According to him the Department’s hasty move of filing caveats in all the High Courts, is a mere wastage of public money. He thanked the CHQ for inviting him to the CWC and giving him an opportunity to share his views with the house.

On the second day, Com. Giri Raj Singh, President NFPE & GS R-III addressed the CWC and conveyed his best wishes. He told house how their seniors fought for bonus and I am enjoying the same. Similarly DA was also not released automatically but we have to agitate every three months for the release of DA installment. Government is ruthlessly closing several units in Printing Press, Defence and indulging in mindless privatization of Railways. He also said that the Government in the process of implementing the 7th CPC has curtailed several benefits hitherto enjoyed by us. Our weakness is that our membership does not participate in the agitational programs. He lauded the reception committee for the hospitality and fine arrangement. 

In the unit reporting all the Circle Secretaries reflected the issues faced in their unit, their membership, remittance of quota, participation in agitational programmes. Many of the problems faced by the units were common in nature, like acute shortage of staff in all cadres, inadequate provision of infra-structure, lack of training, threat of decentralization of PAO after implementation of CSI, arbitrary rejection of the Association’s demands in the final RR of AAO, Cadre-restructuring and execution of Rule 38 transfer cases. Bengaluru, Nagpur, Guwahati & Hyderabad raised the issue of implementation of CSI in their office and other problems. Hyderabad, Patna, Trivandrum, Ahmedabad raised the issue of provision of adequate space for Office accommodation and building. Guwahati, Shillong, Trivandrum & Lucknow units raised the issue of Rule 38 transfers. It was requested to go for special local recruitment for the Assam, NE & Trivandrum Circles to fill the vacant posts as a onetime measure. Resolution on CSI Roll out, Rule 38 transfer, modification in RR of AAO, finalization of Cadre Restructuring, implementation of CVC guideline on tenure transfer in all cadre were passed.

Com Shyam Sunder Dey, Circle Secretary of Kolkatta, declared that their unit is prepared to hold the 23rd AIC of AIPAEA at Kolkatta from 27.11.2018 to 29.11.2018.

General Secretary while summing up the discussion gave replies to the queries of the units and placed before the house, the latest updates on various issues faced by the units. He categorically said that the decentralization of PAO in any form is not acceptable to AIPAEA, he also said that AIPAEA has made its stand clear before Sr. DDG (PAF) and other officers that modifications/suggestion of the Association should be incorporated in the RR of AAO cadre by Amendments. He also told that on CSI, AIPAEA has already communicated its stand to the Directorate and would give feedback on the issues/problems faced by officials of PAOs in implementation of CSI. He also assured house that all the issues faced by the units would be taken up with the Authorities with renewed vigour. He appealed the house to be cautious on the issues and assured that the Association will protect the interests of its members at any cost. He appealed to the house to observe all the calls of future agitational programme given by CHQ, NFPE & Confederation.

Reception Committee felicitated Comrade N. Veeresh, Working President, who is going to retire in July 2018.

The CWC meeting was concluded with vote of thanks by Com N. Veeresh, Working president (on behalf of CHQ) and Com Jasvir Singh, Circle Secretary, Ambala and Chairman of Reception Committee who on behalf of host unit proposed vote of thanks to all the leaders, Administration, Sr. DDG (PAF) & DA (P) for accepting his request and attending the CWC meeting.

Comradely Yours,

(S.B. Yadav)
General Secretary


Tuesday, April 24, 2018



PAYMENT OF DEARNESS ALLOWANCE TO GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS (GDS) EFFECTIVE                01.01.2018

No. 14-3l2016-PAP
Government of India
Ministry of Communication
Department of Posts
(Establishment Division)/P.A.P. Section

 Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg
New Delhi - 110 001
Dated:24th April,2018

To,

             All Chief Postmaster General
             All G.Ms. (PAF)/Directors of Accounts (Posts).

Subject: Payment of Dearness Allowance to Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) effective                         01.01.2018 onwards -reg.

            Consequent upon grant of another instalment of Dearness Allowance with effect from 1st January,2018 to the Central Government Employees vide Government of India, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure's O.M. No. 1/1/2OL8-E-II (B) dated 15.03.2018, duly endorsed vide this Department's letters No. 8-1/2016-PAP dated 19.03.2018 and Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure OM No.1/3/2008-E.ll(B) dated 28.03.2018, the Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) have also become entitled to the payment of Dearness Allowances on basic TRCA at the same rates as applicable to Central Government Employees with effect from 01.01.2018. lt has, therefore, been decided that the Dearness Allowance payable to the Gramin Dak Sevaks shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 139% to !42% on the basic Time Related Continuity Allowance, with effect from the 1st January, 2018.

 2.        The Dearness Allowance payable under this order shall be paid in cash to all Gramin Dak  Sevaks.

3. The expenditure on this account shall be debited to the Head "Salaries" under the relevant head of account and should be met from the sanctioned grant.

 4. This issues with the concurrence of Integrated Finance Wing vide their Diary No 05 /A/2018/CS dated  24.04.2018.
                                                                                                                                                                 Sd/-
R L Patel
Assistant Director General (E stt.)




GUIDELINES FOR RULE 38TRANSFERS 


FEDERAL SECRETARIAT MEETING OF NFPE

Federal Secretariat  Meeting of NFPE  is scheduled to be held on 16th may 2018 from 
11 am at NFPE office, North Avenue, New Delhi

            All General Secretaries and available NFPE Chq office bearers at Delhi H.Q should participate in the Meeting.
R.N. Parashar
Secretary General