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Thursday, August 30, 2018





THE SHOCKING NEWS THAT OUR BELOVED 
COM DV DHAKTOD IS NO MORE 
HAS COME AS BIG BLOW TO THE POSTAL ACCOUNTS COMRADES. HE WAS A SHINING LINK WITH OUR GLORIOUS LEGACY OF P&T AUDIT AND ACCOUNTS ASSOCIATION WHICH WAS A MILITANT WING OF THE INDIAN AUDIT AND ACCOUNTS MOVEMENT. HE HAD PLAYED A COMMENDABLE ROLE AS SECRETARY GENERAL OF ALL INDIA POSTAL ACCOUNTS EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION DURING ITS FORMATIVE PERIOD. HE HAD MANNED THE CHQ (ON FOREIGN SERVICE) DURING THOSE CRUCIAL PERIOD EVEN THOUGH THE CHQ FINANCE WAS NOT ENOUGH TO BEAR HIS MONTHLY SALARY. HE WORKED CLOSELY WITH COM SK VYASJI AND FORGED A VIBRANT JOINT ACTION COMMITEE OF AUDIT AND ACCOUNTS EMPLOYEES. HE WAS VERY SIMPLE AND APPROACHABLE. EVEN IN HIS OLD AGE HE ACTIVELY PARTICIPATED IN OUR CONFERENCEs AND CWCs. HIS ARTICLES IN OUR SOUVENIRS ARE A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION FOR ALL OF US. HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN FORMATION OF POSTAL ACCOUNTS PENSIONER ASSOCIATION (PAPA) AND MANAGING IT EFFECTIVELY AND EFFICIENTLY.
HIS DEMISE IS A GREAT LOSS TO ALL OF US.
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE. OUR HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES TO THE BEREAVED FAMILY MEMBERS AND COMRADES. 
NFPE DONATES RS 100000/- ONE LAKH ONLY
TO KERALA CM’S DISTRESS RELIEF FUND

NFPE affiliated Unions have donated a sum  of Rs 100000/- One Lakh only to Kerala Chief Minister Distress Relief Fund today on 30.08.2018 as per decision taken in Federal Secretariat held at NFPE Office , New Delhi on 30.08.2018

          Details of donation given by the affiliated unions is mentioned below:

P-III                                                              -         Rs.   25000
P-IV                                                              -         Rs.   25000
R-III                                                              -         Rs.   15000
R-IV                                                              -         Rs.   10000
Postal Acctts                                               -         Rs.   10000
Admin Union                                                -         Rs.     5000
SBCO                                                            -         Rs.     5000
Rest Amount (By NFPE HQ)                         -         Rs      5000
Total                                                                      Rs.  100000
NFPE HQ Conveys thanks to all General Secretaries for their Contribution.
                                                                        (R.N. PARASHAR)
                                                                  SECRETARY GENERAL

PROMOTION FROM THE DATE OF NEXT INCREMENT (DNI) IN THE LOWER POST AND METHOD OF FIXATION OF PAY FROM DNI, IF OPTED FOR, IN CONTEXT OF CCS (RP) RULES, 2016- CLARIFICATION-REGARDING AVAILABILITY OF OPTION FOR FIXATION OF PAY ON.(Click the link below to view)


MASTER CIRCULAR ON TECHNICAL RESIGNATION AND LIEN- DRAFT-REG. MASTER CIRCULAR ON TECHNICAL RESIGNATION AND LIEN- DRAFT-REG. (Click the link below to view)

NJCA DECIDES TO OBSERVE 

"ALL INDIA DEMANDS DAY" 

ON 19th SEPTEMBER 2018

Dear Comrades,

NJCA has given a call to observe 19th September 2018, the 50th Anniversary day of 1968 strike of Central Govt. employees, as ALL INDIA DEMANDS DAY protesting against the betrayal of BJP - led NDA Government and demanding immediate settlement of the following three demands. NJCA has also resolved and informed the Cabinet Secretary its decision to revive the deferred indefinite strike of Central Govt employees, in case The Govt refuses to settle the demands.

Demands :-
1) Upward revision of Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula
2) Scrapping the New Contributory Pension Scheme.
3) Allow Option-1 as one of the Pension Fitment Formula.

Confederation National Secretariat calls upon all affiliated Organizations and State / District level C-O-Cs to observe "Demands Day" on 19th September 2018 (if possible, jointly with Railway & Defence Federations) through out the country by holding protest demonstrations and rallies at all centres and also in front of all offices.

M.Krishnan
Secretary General
Confederation of CGE&W

Tuesday, August 21, 2018


GREETINGS TO ALL COMRADES ON THE OCCASION OF BAKRID - FESTIVAL OF SACRIFICE





CLASSIFICATION OF POSTS


Thursday, August 16, 2018






KERALA FLOOD HAVOC 
 APPEAL TO DONATE IN CHIEF MINISTER'S RELIEF FUND

To

All General Secretaries of NFPE Unions,
All Circle/Divisional & Branch Secretaries of NFPE Unions

 Dear Comrades,

As you are aware, that the people of Kerala are in the grip of unprecedented flood havoc. Please see below published APPEAL of Shri  Pinarayi Vijayan, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Kerala which explains the seriousness of the situation.

All  General/Circle/Divisional & Branch Secretaries of NFPE affiliated unions are requested to advise all Rank and file of NFPE affiliated unions to  donate maximum amount to the Chief Minister's Relief fund in the Bank Account  as detailed  in the below appeal of Chief Minister of Kerala , under intimation to NFPE HQ.

 R.N. PARASHAR
Secretary General
      NFPE
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018


LETTER ON WEIGHT-AGE MARKS IN PAPER IV OF AAO LDCE 2018 CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Monday, July 23, 2018



LOK SABHA Q & A ON REVENUE EARNED, MAN POWER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND RECRUITMENT IN DOP.








VERIFICATION / RECONCILIATION OF GPF WITHDRAWALS / AND MAINTENANCE OF MANUAL GPF LEDGERS AND BROADSHEETS - REG


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.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW


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.