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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

AIPAEA WISHES YOU ALL A HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR


“For a new year to bring you something new, make a move, like a butterfly tearing its cocoon! Make a move!”



Department of Posts issued orders to keep in abeyance the orders on abolition of posts for the years 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008.

      The All India Unions of AIPEU Postman & MSE/Gr.D, AIPEU GDS (NFPE) & NUPE P-IV filed a case in Principle CAT, Delhi (during May 2012) praying not to abolish the vacant posts (DR) of Postman & Gr.D (MTS) of the years 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008. The Pr. CAT issued stay orders (in OA No.1736/2013) on the issue and now the Department of Posts issued orders to all Chief Postmasters General to keep the orders in abeyance on abolition of posts in the circles.

Copy of order of Department of Posts:

PA WING CLARIFICATION ON THE ELIGIBILITY OF THE DE PASSED LDCs TO GET THE 4 ADVANCED INCREMENTS

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

CALENDAR OF DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS - 2014




Name of the Examination
Proposed Schedule tentatively

(B) De-centralised Examination
1
Accountants
17th & 18th may 2014

2
LDCs to Junior Accountants in PAOs
14th &15th June 2014

3
MMS
20th July 2014

4
Postman Examination
Multi tasking
To be held in October for 2014 vacancies.

5
PO&RMS Accountant Examination
25th May,2014

6
Sorters
27.7.2014

7
Departmental Examination for promotion to LDCs in PAOs from MTS qualified in matriculation
17.08.2014



MAY THE BEAUTY OF CHRISTMAS SURROUND YOU....... AND THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS FILL YOUR HEART WITH HAPPINESS - AIPAEA


Tuesday, December 17, 2013

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GDS (NFPE)

FLASH!                 FLASH!!             FLASH!!!


FIRST MILESTONE ON legal fight for GDS
DEPARTMENTALIZATION

Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has ordered the Delhi High Court to decide the prayer of NFPE & AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) in writ petition No. 1003 of 2013 to treat the three lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks as civil servants for all purposes at par with other regular employees as per 1977 SC Judgment & to quash the GDS (Conduct & Engagement) Rules 2011.




See Order below:


ITEM NO.8                                                                                        COURTNO.2                                                                         SECTION X


S U P R E M E   C O U R T   O F   I N D I A
RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO(s). 1003 OF 2013


NATIONAL FED. OF POSTAL EMP. & ANR                                                Petitioner(s)

                 VERSUS

UNION OF INDIA                                                                                    Respondent(s)

(With office report )

[FOR PREL. HEARING]


Date: 13/12/2013  This Petition was called on for hearing today.


CORAM :
            HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE R.M. LODHA
            HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE SHIVA KIRTI SINGH


For Petitioner(s)           Mr. M.R. Calla, Sr. Adv.
                                    Mr. Uday Gupta, Adv.
                                    Ms. Shivani M. Lal, Adv.
                                    Mr. M.K. Tripathi, Adv.
                                    Ms. Pratiksha Sharma, Adv.
                                    Mr. Ankit Achariya, Adv.
                                    Mr. Mohan Pandey,Adv.

For Respondent(s)

          UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following
                    O R D E R

        Writ Petition is disposed of in terms of the signed order.

(Rajesh Dham)                                                                 (Sneh Lata Sharma)                   
Court Master                                                                       Court Master                         

(signed order is placed on the file)


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
CIVIL ORIGINAL JURISDICTION

WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 1003 OF 2013


NATIONAL FED. OF POSTAL EMP. & ANR.                                              Petitioner(s)

                        VERSUS

UNION OF INDIA                                                                       Respondent(s)
O  R  D  E  R

            This is a Writ Petition  filed  under  Article  32  of  the      Constitution of India by the National Federation of  Postal Employees and All India Postal Employees Union GDS (NEPE). The principal prayers in the Writ Petition are, (one) that a  direction  be  issued  to  the respondent to treat the Gramin Dak Sevaks as Civil  Servants  for  all purposes at par with the other regular members of the civil services and regular employees in relation to all service matters including the pension and all retiral benefits,  and (two) the Department of  Posts, Gramin Dak Sevaks (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011 be declared invalid and unconstitutional.

2.         Having regard to the controversy raised in the  matter, we are satisfied that the grievance of the petitioners can be adequately considered by the High Court under Article 226 of the Constitution  of India.

3.         Since about three lakh persons serving as Extra Departmental Agents (Dak  Sevaks)  are  concerned  about  the subject matter and they are spread all over the country, we are satisfied that to avoid multiplicity of proceedings  in  different  High  Courts,  it would be appropriate that the matter is considered by one High Court.

4.         We, accordingly, transfer this Writ Petition to the Delhi High Court for consideration.

5.         The Registry shall transmit the record and  proceedings of  the Writ Petition to the Delhi High Court.

6.         Upon receipt of the record  and  proceedings of the Writ Petition, the Registry of the Delhi High Court shall register the Writ Petition and proceed with the matter accordingly.

7.         So far as this Court is concerned, Writ Petition stands disposed of.



......................J.
 ( R.M. LODHA )


......................J.
 ( SHIVA KIRTI SINGH )

NEW DELHI;

DECEMBER 13, 2013