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Tuesday, September 25, 2018



DELHI -- COM.VRIGU BHATTACHARYA & COM.GIRIRAJ SINGH, GENERAL SECRETARY & PRESIDENT, C-O-C AND OTHER VETERAN LEADERS

TIRUNELVELI - TAMIL NADU
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STATE CONVENTION ON NEW PENSION SCHEME ORGANIZED BY COC OF CONFEDERATION U.P.STATE AT LUCKNOW ON 24TH SEPTEMBER 2018.










Monday, September 24, 2018



AVAILABILITY OF OPTION FOR FIXATION OF PAY ON MACPS FROM THE DATE OF NEXT INCREMENT IN THE LOWER POST


50th ANNIVERSARY OF 1968 SEPTEMBER 19th STRIKE COMMEMORATIVE FUNCTIONS

BHOPAL                                      PUDUKOTTAI (TN)
 BHUBANESWAR                                           TIRUVALLA (KERALA)
WEST BENGAL                                    ALUVA (KERALA) 
 TIRUPATTUR (TN)                           KANNUR .. Com.P.Jayaraman, District Secretary, CPIM addressing
Kannur .. Com.M.Krishnan,S/G, Confederation addressing                                 DEHRADUN
PALAKKAD - KERALA :: Com.M.B.RAJESH, M.P addressing
 TRIVENDRUM -- Com.KAKKADAMPALLY SURENDRAN, MINISTER, Com.ANAVOOR NAGAPPAN, DIST. SECRETARY, CPIM.,Com.P.V.CHANDRA SEKHARAN, Ex-LEADER, NFPTE & PATRON AIBDPA., Com.P.V.RAJENDRAN, G/S, CONFEDERATION, Com.T.N.SEEMA, Ex-MP., Com.ASHOK KUMAR,, Com.R.KRISHNA KUMAR, DIST. SECRETARY & PRESIDENT ADDRESSING ...



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CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (LEAVE TRAVEL CONCESSION) RULES, 1988 - RELAXATION TO TRAVEL BY AIR TO VISIT NORTH EAST REGION, JAMMU & KASHMIR AND ANDAMAN & NICOBAR - EXTENSION BEYOND 25.09.2018 (Click the link below to view)   http://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D2/D02est/LTC-home%20townTd49b.pdf

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IMPLEMENTATION OF GOVERNMENT'S DECISION ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION - REVISION OF RATE OF TRAINING ALLOWANCE. (Click the link below to view)            https://dopt.gov.in/sites/default/files/Training%20Allowance.pdf

Tuesday, September 18, 2018


No R-III/PNOP/2018                                                                                                  Dated 18-09-2018

To                                                                                                                

      Member (O)
      Postal Services Board,
      Department of Posts
      Dak Bhawan,
      New Delhi-110 001.

Sub: - Implementation of PNOP and CSI resulting  chaotic working of Parcel  Hub

                Department has implemented PNOP and CSI without considering the effect of implementation of these projects on the working of the offices. Offices are facing the following problems:-

1.        CSI network is very slow therefore, working of set suffers adversely.
2.        Staff is not well aware with CSI. Staff should be imparted training.
3.        Before deciding L-1 and L-2 hubs, Circle administration should discuss with circle unions and decide logical mapping of L2 Parcel Hubs with L1 Parcel Hubs.  Back routing of the parcels should be avoided while re-designing the sorting pattern.
4.        Cities which are booking more Parcels have not been identified as L-I Parcel Hub. One case is of Cuttack RMS. In Haryana Circle also remapping of some L-1 & L2 offices require.
5.        Sufficient accommodation and adequate infrastructure (particularly hardware and software) should be provided for Parcel hubs.
6.        Before implementation of PNOP, mapping problems arising out of C.S.I implementation should also be settled.  So that the Staff are not put to undue stress.”
7.        The staff of Bangalore Sorting Division have become a casualty in the mayhem created by PNOP roll out. The bitter truth is PNOP has been partially rolled out. Parcel hub is functioning in a modified building layout with modern equipment. But in old Parcel Net Software. After PNOP roll out, deposit of unopened parcels is spiraling. The staff in parcel hub are working under severe mental stress because of several shortcomings in PNOP.
8.             Despite four weeks having been elapsed after PNOP roll out, normalcy in the working of Parcel has not been restored. Bangalore Sorting Division is already reeling under undesirable effects of severe staff shortage. Staff are being diverted from administrative units to clear the back log of unopened parcel bags. Administrative work is also hampered because of diversion.  Special sets are being constituted with existing man power to lessen the deposit of unopened parcel bags.
9.               Circle Secretary R-III  Union of Haryana, Orissa and Karnataka  and other Circles have  also taken up their problems on implementation of PNOP & CSI with respective CPMGs. Their letters are enclosed for kind perusal & information.                       
                      
                      We urge upon you to hold on the PNOP and CSI and implement these projects after providing proper facilities of networking, space and training to the staff.
                     With regards.
Yours sincerely,


(Giri Raj Singh)
General Secretary


NFPE CIRCULAR
National Federation of Postal Employees
1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110 001
  Phone: 011.23092771                                              e-mail: nfpehq@gmail.com
       Mob: 9718686800/9810853981                 website: http://www.nfpe.blogspot.com 

No.PF-1(e) 2018                                                                        Date: 18th September 2018
CIRCULAR
To,
            All General Secretaries / NFPE Office bearers.
All Circle / Divisional and Branch Secretaries

SUB:   SOLIDARITY TO GDS AGITATIONAL PROGRAMES

Comrades,
           
                        As you are aware that GDS Committee Report headed by Sri Kamlesh Chandra was implemented by the Govt. of India w.e.f. 01.07.2018 after a long struggle of 16 days indefinite strike conducted by All GDS employees under leadership of AIPE Union GDS and other three unions NFPE had extended solidarity support by various ways of agitational programmes during the entire period of Strike.

            In Some circles all NFPE members conducted strike from 4 days to 10 days. Kerala comrades conducted 10 days Strike in support of GDS Strike.

            NFPE pays red salute to all GDS and regular employees who conducted strike and various agitational programmes which made the strike grand success and the Central Govt. was forced to implement GDS committee Report. The Govt of India has not implemented so many positive recommendations given by Sri Kamlesh Chandra Committee. Only pay revision and very few other recommendations have been implemented.

            The new pay scales which require to be implemented from 01-01-2016 have been given effect from 01.07.2018. From 01.01.2016 , only 2.57 factors has been given. The GDS employees are much more frustrated and agitated . AIPEU GDS and other two unions have held meeting and decided future course of action and charter of demands. Which is mentioned below.

            We as NFPE endorse the agitational programmes and charter of demands of GDS Unions and appeal to entire rank and file to extend full solidarity support , help, co-operation and participation to make the agitational programmes successful.

Agitational Programmes.

1.    25.-09-2018 : One day country wide hunger fast infront of Divisional Offices
2.    04-10-2018 : One day country wide hunger fast in front of Circle Offices.
3.    10-10-2018 : One day massive hunger fast in New Delhi.



CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1.    GDS committee report as a whole be implemented with effect from 01st of January 2016.
2.    Change the formula already adopted for calculation of arrears.
3.    Change of upper limit of gratuity from Rs 1,50,000/- to Rs 5,00,000/-
(a)  GIS limit should be enhanced to Rs. 5,00,000 with the subscription of Rs. 500/-
4.    10% of the TRCA of the GDS should be recovered towards SDBS contribution and the Government to  contribute equal share.
(a)And also EFP Scheme to be introduced to GDS as recommended by the GDS Committee. This was alos recommended by the previous GDS Committees.
5. GDS should be granted 30 days paid leave in a year and the leave should be    
    allowed to be carry forward subjected to the maximum of 180 days and provide encashment of the leave.
6 .Grant Children Education allowance Rs 6000/- per child per Annum.
7. Enhance composite allowance to the BPMs  from Rs500/- to Rs 1600/- also grant composite allowance to ABPMs & GDS working in classified cities and the GDS working in Departmental Offices etc., wherever applicable.
8. GDS employees should be granted financial up gradation on completion of 12,24, and 36 years of service in the form of grant of additional increments.
(a)  Point to point fixation to be ordered instead of bunching of TRCA scales.
9 Limited transfer facility to GDS on request should be relaxed. There shall not be any drop in wage scale on account of a request transfer. The transfer of GDS will be approved by Divisional head if the transfer is within the Division, by regional PMG if it is within the region by HOC if the transfer is within the Circle.
10 Voluntary discharge schemes for the GDSs’ 3 types of voluntary discharge schemes as recommended by GDS committee for the GDSs’ who are willing to quit the post before the discharge at the age of 65 years should be implemented.
11 All discharge benefits (retirement benefits) should be implemented retrospectively , w.e.f 01January 2016.
12. Put off duty may be averted by transferring the GDS to another place.
13 Incentive system should be abolished for India Post Payment bank (IPPB) work. Enhance the working hours of branch post office and GDS officials concerned after introducing the IPPB.
14. GDSs’ should be  allowed to get discharge from the service on the last day of the month in which He/She attains the 65 years of the age.
15. All single handed branch post offices should be provided with one more hand to upgrade to double handed office.
16. ‘Employees’ state Insurance (ESI) facility to be extended to Grameen Dak Sevaks wherever E.S.I dispensaries and hospitals are available the country.


With revolutionary greetings.
Yours Comradely,


R.N Parashar
Secretary General

Monday, September 17, 2018


RMS JCA R-III & R-IV (NFPE & FNPO)

No. RMS /AGTN/2018                                                                           Dated: 14 - 09 -  2018

To
Secretary (Posts)
Department ot Posts,
Dak Ohawan.
New Delhi- 10001

Subject: Indefinite strike action by RMS and MMS Employees —Submission of Memorandum.

Sir,

                    Kindly refer to this JCA  letter No. RMS/AGTN/ 2018 dated 09-07- 2018 regarding the problems pertaining to RMS & MMS Employees. Our unions conducted several agitatEonal programmes at Division/Region/Circle level and a massive dharna infront of Dak Bhawan on 04-09-2018. The administration is not ready to settle the genuine demands raised by the unions. It is sorry to mention that no discussion was arranged till date on the Charter of Demands submitted by the RMS JCA. Unilateral Implementation af PNOP without considering the suggestions submitted by the staff side and not providing adequate space and infrastructure in hubs resulted large scale back routing of parcels, accumulation of parcel bags in hubs. Simultaneous implementation of PNOP and CSI caused enormous miseries to working and our business deteriorating.

                  In this circumstance, the joint Council for action of RMS Unions held on 4th
September 2018, decided to resort higher form of trade union action including indefinite strike for the settlement of below mentioned Issues of RMS/MMS employees.

1. Consider the suggestion submitted by the staff side in connection with implementation of PNOP (Copy of the suggestions enclosed), and take Immediate changes and remedial dctions to avoid back routing, accumulation of bags in parcel Hubs. Provide adequate space and other intrastructures In all hubs. More LI and L2 hubs required in all circles to avoid delay in parcel movements.

2. Stop the move for merger/closer of mall offices stating decreased volume of mails after implementation of PNOP. Karnataka circle administratits propsed merger of Madikerl and Mandya sorting with Mysore RMS immediately after PNOP implementation.

3. Non-payment of Out Station Allowance and Accountant Allowance.

4 Discrimination to RMS/ MMS ompIoyec- in cadre- resiructuring.

5 Settle the problems due to the lmplomr,,alion of CSl in RMS.MMS Divislons.
Working atmosphere is badly allotted two to stownoss in Shy ietwork. inadequate Bandwidth, non availability of setei cennoctivity Our %taff are compelled to work oven in extol formal due to the abovr issues.

6. Revision of Overtime Allowance

7. Fitting up the vacant posts in all catcqoues ol RMS & MMS
8. Repair and maintenance  of RMS & MMS buildings.

9. Replacement of condemned vehicles in MMS. introduce more  MMS schedules for conveyance ol parcels.

10 Provide good quality of Compulors. scanners, printers, UPS and Generators.

11. Regularise all part time casual labourers. contingents and DRM.



12. Stop outsourcing and contraclorisation of RMS 8 MMS funcltons.

13. Withdraw NPS and guarantee 50% of last pay drawn as mlnimum pension.

14. Stop victimization and harassment for  contributory negligence and trade union viciimliation.

15. Withdraw Bench Mark for granting MACP.

16, Provide 40 seats RMS comparrtments in all sections.

17. Drop the  proposaI for shifting  of Headquarter of RMS ‘SH`Dn. from Saharanpur to Ghaziabad.

18. Grant Dress Allowance@Rs.10,000/- per year to MG/MTS/MMS staff as per the recommendations of 7 CPC.

19 Provide adequate man power to RMS/MMS units.

20. Supply adequate  good quality Canvas Bags. Providing uniform size bags for handling business mails in RMS offices.

21. Grant 3 MACP to the officials who get promotion after appearing competitive examinations.         


AGITATIONAL PROGRAMME

(1) 10TH October, 2018

Submission of memorandum regarding demands of indefinite strike at Divisional and Circle Heads with mass demonstration.

(2) 19th November,2018 DEMANDS DAY

badge campaign and serving strike Notice.

(3) December, 2018  Indefinite Strike in the month of December-2018/January-2019 . Date of strike will be decided later.

                      Yours sincerely

                                                     
Yours sincerely

                                                  
   (Giri Raj Singh)                    ( Nirjesh Tyagi)           (P.Suresh)             ( Prithuiroj Damodar Bavikar )                
General Secretary R-III        General Secretary NUR-III   General Secretary R-IV   General Secretary NUR-IV




 RMS JCA R-III & R-IV (NFPE & FNPO)

IMPORTANT JCA  CIRCULAR
Comrades
GET READY FOR INDEFINITE STRIKE ON RMS/MMS ISSUES
START PREPARATION IMMEDIATELY

                      Postal Deptt and the NDA Govt is not ready to settle the burning issues of RMS and MMS employees. We  submitted memorandum and organized several agitations jointly and individually. But the Deptt is not ready to discuss and settle our demands. Day by day new schemes and projects are being implemented without discussing with the Staff Side. Implementation of CSI and PNOP caused the working atmosphere in all RMS units enormous miseries. If the PNOP goes like this only 89 RMS offices will exist and all other  units will be under the threat of merger/closer in near future.. Large scale back routing,  accumulation of parcel in parcel hubs, inadequate space and other infrastructure facilities makes work place miserable. Deptt is not ready to accept a single suggestion given by the unions. CSI also implemented without providing adequate bandwidth   server connectivity etc.  Because of the  inordinate delay in recruitment vacant posts are increasing in all cadres workload increasing day by day.Cadre restructuring implemented for PA cadre only even though it was agreed to implement in all other cadres. Outstation Allowance was withdrawn in many circles. Proposal for retaining Spl. Allowance for P.O/RMS Acctt was rejected by Finance Ministry . 30-40% NPS employees are  cheated by the NDA Govt. Those who retiring under NPS are getting pension below Rs 1000./ only.

                    In the above situation ,there is no other way in front of us other than indefinite strike. So the RMS JCA decided to resort indefinite strike in the month of Dec- 2018/Jan-2019 for settling our burning issues. The RMS JCA request all Circles/Divl/Branch unions to start intensive preparations and implement the  following programme of actions successfully.

AGITATIONAL PROGRAMME

(1) 10TH October, 2018

Submission of memorandum regarding demands of indefinite strike at Divisional and Circle Heads with mass demonstration.

(2) 19th November,2018 DEMANDS DAY

Badge campaign and serving strike Notice.

(3) December, 2018  Indefinite Strike in the month of December-2018/January-2019 . Date of strike will be decided later.
                       
                             With Best Wishes
Yours comradely
                                                   
   (Giri Raj Singh)                    ( Nirjesh Tyagi)           (P.Suresh)       ( Prithuiroj Damodar Bavikar )                
General Secretary R-III General Secretary NUR-III  General Secretary R-IV   General Secretary NUR-IV

 CHQ CIRCULAR

No. R-III/Circular-45/2018                                                                          Dated 14-09-2018

To

 All CWC Members, Circle, Divisional and Branch Secretaries.

Dear Comrades,

GET READY FOR INDEFINITE STRIKE ON RMS & MMS ISSUES

START PREPARATIONS IMMEDIATELY.


MASSIVE DAHRNA ON 4TH SEPTEMBER, 2018 IN FRONT OF DAK BHAWAN:- A massive Dharan was conducted by RMS JCA R-III & R-IV (NFPE & FNPO) on 4th September, 2018 in front of Dak Bhawan under the Presidentship of Com. P.V.Rajenderan  All India President CHQ R-III, this dharna was addressed by Com Giri Raj Singh General Secretary R-III, Nirjesh Kumar Tyagi, G/S NU R-III, P.Suresh G/S R-IV, Prithuiroj Damodar Bavikar                              G/S NUR -IV.

More than 300 comrades all over India participated. After this dharna JCA met and reviewed the situation and decided the future course of action including indefinite strike in the month of December, 2018 or January-2019 for the settlement of 21 Point charter of Demands. JCA appealed to form the JCA at Branch, Divisional and Circle level immediately and intimate to respective CHQ. All India RMS & MMS Emp. Union Gr. `C` Red Salute for participating and making it a grand success.

2.5TH SEPTEMBER ,2018 MAHA RALLY :- Maha Rally was organised with  a grand success on 5th Sept, 2018 at Jantar Mantar New Delhi to stop the anti Worker anti People ,neo liberal economic policies and also the divisive policies  of communalism and to stop the NPS and regularise the casual  Part Time contingent and DRM. More than 2 lakh workers and peasants of Trade Unions , class and mass organisations participated in the dharna. Near about 5000 C.G. Emp. including NFPE from all states had participated, the participation of   R-III comrades was very good. The rally was very good impressive, colourful, participants were wearing caps, T-shirts with scrap NPS demand on it. The message of this Maha Rally was loud and clear. If the govt. is not ready to change the retrograde policies , the workers and peasants shall intensify their campaign to  change the Govt. CHQ R-III Red Salute to all for participating and making it a grand success.

3.CONFEDERATION NATIONAL SECRETARIAT MEETING:- The National Secretariat Meeting of Confederation was held on 5th Spetember, 2018 at NFPE office New Delhi-110 001 under the Presidentship of Com. K.K.N.Kutty Chairman Confederation. This meeting reviewed the 5th Sept.2018 Maha Rally a grand success and decided  (1) to further intensify campaign programme to make One Day Strike 15th November, 2018 a resounding success.Tour programme of Natioinal Secretariat Members will be from 3rd Oct,2018 to 3 Nov. 2018 as already decided in Hyderababd convention.

4.NATIONAL CONVENTION OF WORKERS:- National cponvention of workers will be organised by the Central trade Unions except (BMS) and independent Federation including confederation on 28th Sept. 2018 at New Delhi to discuss and decide about next course of united country wide action including strike. If the Convention declare strike than the date of


15th Nov.2018 strike of Confederation will be changed to syncronise with the strike date of Central Trade Unions and independent Federations.

5. NJCA PROGRAMMES :- It is decided to observe All India Demands Day on 19-09-2018 by holding protest demonstrations at all circles and also infront of at C.G. offices as called by NJCA for the following demands  (i) to scrap NPS (ii) Enhance Minimum Pay and fitment formula (iii) implement option-1 as  pension fixation formula.

6. 19 SEPT, 2018, 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF 1968 STRIKE.:-  It is also decided that the 50th anniversary 19th Sept. 1968 strike may be organised at all centres  in a befitting mannner by holding flags in front of main offices, paying homage to martyrs of 1968 strike, conducting gate meetings, general body meetings, honouring those leaders who partiipated in the 1968 and victimised by the Govt.

7. ALL WOMEN`S TRADE UNION EDUCATION CAMP :-All women`s Trade Union Education Camp is being organised by the COC U.P. at Haridwar on 29/30 October,2018 which is making all arrangments. Hall of the Camp and accommodation for delegates have been booked. All Circle Secretaries are once again requested to ensure participation of lady delegates as Circles wise quota already fixed minimum one delegate each circle. Please instruct the lady delegates to book their tavel tickets immediately and inform CHQ.

8. PAYMENT OF QUOTA  :- All Circle/Divisional/Branch Secretaries are requested to remit the  quota @Rs.. 30/per member per month from August, 2016 to CHQ  regularly through  EMO/DD/cheque and Accounts Transfer. Our CHQ Account details are as under :

NAME:-                                    All India RMS & MMS Emp Union Group `C` 
Name of Bank                           Indian Overseas Bank
Branch                                      Gole Market, New Delhi-l00 001
Account No.                               084001000002260
IFSC                                         IOBA 0000840

Addressing of DD/Cheque by Name may be avoided and send SMS to CHQ regarding  quota details immediately. RMS Worker will not be posted to those branches in arrears more than 3 months.

             Once again CHQ appeal to all CWC members , Circle, Divisional and Branch Secretaries to mobilize rank & file to participate in NJCA and Confederation programmes , 19Sept.2018,    15 Nov.2018 One Day Strike, RMS JCA programme-submission RMS JCA Memorandum, observe demands Day and intensive programme for inedinite strike on RMS/MMS issues and form JCA at Branch , Divisional and Circle level and intimate it to CHQ immediately.

With best wishes.
Yours comradely.


(Giri Raj Singh)
General Secretary





CLARIFICATION REGARDING TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE (TA) RULES AFTER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 7th CPC


IMPLEMENTATION OF PAY FIXATION ORDERS IN TERMS OF THE HON’BLE CAT, PRINCIPAL BENCH, NEW DELHI’S ORDER DATED 6TH MARCH, 2017.
No. A-60015/1/2017/MF.CGA(A)/NGE/CPGRAM/474
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
DEPARTMENT OF EXPENDITURE
CONTROLLER GENERAL OF ACCOUNTS

Mahalekha Niyantrak Bhawan
E-Block, GPO Complex, INA
New Delhi-110023
Dated: 14th September, 2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Sub: Implementation of Pay fixation orders in terms of the Hon’ble CAT, Principal Bench, New Delhi’s order dated 6th March, 2017.

Reference is invited to this office OM No. A-60015/1/2017/MF CGA(A)/NGE/647 dated 13th February, 2018 on the subject mentioned above vide which AAOs of CCAS consequent to implementation of 6th CPC w.e.f. 01.01.2006 were allowed minimum entry pay from the date of their promotion as AAO.

It is mentioned that some officials of other Accounts Service were posted as AAO on deputation basis in the various offices under Civil Accounts Organization during the period 01.01.2006 to 31.12.2015. The clarification on the matter whether such benefit extended to deputationist AAOs has been sought from Department of Expenditure. The matter at present is under consideration in the Department. In this regard, it is requested to provide details in respect of such Assistant Accounts Officers in the enclosed proforma.

These issues with the approval of Joint Controller General of Accounts.
(S. K. Gupta)
Sr. Accounts Officer




OBSERVANCE OF SWACHHTA HI SEWA PAKHWADA IN ALL MINISTRIES / DEPARTMENTS – REGARDING  (Click the link to view)

https://dopt.gov.in/sites/default/files/swachhta%20hi%20sewa_0.pdf

 

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VERY GOOD BENCHMARK FOR MODIFIED ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME (MACPS) WILL BE APPLICABLE ACRS FROM JAN 2018 ONWARDS – DELHI HIGH COURT CIRCULAR

 

High Court Circular regarding Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, regarding upgradation of benchmark from “Good” to “Very Good”

HIGH COURT OF DELHI, NEW DELHI
(Establishment-I Branch)
No. 107/E-9/Estt.-I/DHC

Date: 27.01.2018

CIRCULAR

In partial modification of circular No. 608/E-10/Estt.-I/DHC dated 17.08.2017, it is hereby circulated for information of all concerned that O.M. F.No. 35034/3/2015-Estt.(D) dated 27/28.09.2016, issued by the Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, regarding upgradation of benchmark from “Good” to “Very Good” under the Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS), is applicable w.e.f. 1st January, 2018. The required grading of “Very Good” will be applicable only in respect of ACRs from the current year, i.e. 2017 onwards. For earlier years grading of “Good” upto the grade pay of Rs.6600/- (pre-revised), will be treated as qualifying/ eligibility criteria for the benefit under the MACP Scheme.
(Shekhar Chandra)
Joint Registrar (Estt.)

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CALCUTTA HIGH COURT RULES DEARNESS ALLOWANCE IS A LEGAL RIGHT  CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS/LIVEMINT NEWS

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GDS: COURT CASE

IT IS INFORMED THAT THE GDS COURT CASE IN Pr.CAT, DELHI IS FURTHER ADJOURNED TO 11-12-2018.

PROCEEDING DATE
12/09/2018
NEXT LISTING DATE
11/12/2018
COURT
2
BENCH
DIVISION BENCH
LAST ACTION IN COURT
ADJOURNED WITH DIRECTIONS

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GRANT OF SCHOLARSHIP TO THE CHILDREN OF POSTAL & GDS EMPLOYEES




GDS-MATERNITY GRANT CLARIFICATION AFTER MATERNITY LEAVE FROM 01-07-2018