Organisation with first recognized union status fighting for the advancement of RMS & MMS Employees
Monday, March 5, 2018
INDIA RMS & MMS EMPLOYEES UNION, GROUP ‘C’
to National Federation of Postal Employees)
P&TColony, Kali Bari Marg, New Delhi-110001 Phone: 011-23743667 Fax:
011-23369106 e-maIl: email@example.com Web: www.r3chq.blogspot.com
R-III/52/43 dated 5TH March, 2018
It is hereby notified that the XXXII
All India Conference of All India RMS & MMS Employees Union Gr.`C` will be
held from 23rd May to 25th
May, 2018 at Ram Lila Maidan G.T.
Road,Ghantaghar,near Railway Station
Ghaziabad (U.P). All delegates should reach the venue before
10.A.M. on 23rd May, 2018 positively.
The Conference will be preceded and
succeeded by Central Working Committee Meeting to be held on 22nd
and 26th May, 2018 at the
Conference venue for which no separate notice will be issued. The agenda of the
Central Working Committee will comprise the agenda of the All India Conference
Accommodation for the delegates has been
arranged in Dharamhalas near to the Conference venue. Food will be supplied
at the Conference Venue.
The provisions of the articles 16 (a),
24, 92 and 93 of the Constitution shall be strictly followed while electing
delegates for all India conference. The number of delegates should be
restricted according to the constitutional provisions. The list of the
delegates including the lady delegates should be forwarded to the Reception
Committee well in advance with copy to CHQ.
All Conferences at Branch, Divisional
and Circle level, if due should be completed in accordance with article 81 (a),
61 (1) and 44 (a) of the constitution respectively and also as per CCS (RSA)
Rules 1993. Subject to modifications, as
may be done by the CWC and AIC the Agenda of the Conference will be as follows:
1.Adoption of the
Biennial report from June 2016 to April
2. Adoption of the Audited Statement of Accounts
for the year 2015-2016, 2016-2017 and
presentation of Accounts from April 2017 to March 2018 ( Subject to Audit)
Budget Estimates- For the year 2016-2017, 2017-2018.
5, 6 and 8 of the CCS (RSA) Rules,1993 in order to ensure the freedom of
association rights of Civil Servants.
2.Scrapping of New Pension Scheme.
Downsizing, Outsourcing of Government functions.
CGHS / Health Insurance Scheme.
Rules 1964 , Section 3, 5 & 7 to be scrapped.
implementation of Arbitration awards.
ceiling on Bonus.
8.Lifting ban on
recommendations of 7 CPC and anomalies
arise on its recommendations.
10.Removal of cap
on compassionate appointments.
(B) Postal Problems:
1. Privatization and outsourcing of Postal
2. New Postal Policy,2012 and Task Force
3.Downsizing of offices and abolition of posts
4.Demands of GDS for Status and Pension
and implementation of Kamlesh Chandra
Committee Report and membership verification.
6.Exempt Department of Posts from purview of reduction of staff strength.
7.Fill up of all vacant posts in all cadres.
8. Filling of the post of GDS in RMS
9.Review of MACPs and Very Good Bench Mark for
11.Regularization RTP services.
12.Regularization of Casual Labourers and DRM
13.Vindictive action and victimizations.
14.Drop franchise Postal outlets.
15. Administrative attack on Trade Unions.
C ) RMS Problems;-
1.Technology development, Modernization
and Mail Net Work Optimization
2.Abolition of RMS Offices, Sections,Divisions,
ROs, Transit Sections, Night sets and to
set up one Mail Office in a Revenue District and creation of NSP Hubs, L-1,
L-2, First Class Mail Hubs, Parcel Hubs.
Proper assessment of workload and sanction of justified staff.
Processing of mails and other premium products in RMS
of all preliminary sorting work from Post Office to RMS.
Proper and justified
accommodation in Transit Sections.
of working conditions and environment in RMS offices.
SPC and CRC functioning and norms.
9. CSI implementation in RMS.
Proposed implementation of PNPO.
11. Functioning of AMPC
12. Filling up of all vacant posts of group `C`,
`D`, LSG, HSG-II and HSG- I, PSS group `B` from General Line including residual vacancies.
13. Non implementation of Cadre Review in RMS
Revision of OTA and OSA Rates & payment
and Spl. Allowance to PO &
(D) MMS Problems:
2.Supply of New
5.Supply of Spare
Parts, Tools, equipments.
6.Filling up of
all vacant Posts in all Cadres.
mail Peons/Guards to the Drivers.
8.Cadre Review in
9.Pay Scale and
promotion of Workshop Staff at par with the Drivers.
examination for IMM & AMM Posts.
Artisan Staff on par with MMS Drivers.
Charge Hand with Technical supervisor and Despatch Rider with Drivers.
Mail Motor Vehicles.
3. Assessment and Review:
1. United Movements.
implementation of NJCA, Confederation, NFPE, Postal JCA programmes including deferred Indefinite
Strike from 11th July, 2016, One Day Strike on 2nd
September, 2016, Parliament March on 15 Dec, 2016, One Day Nationwide strike on
16th March, 2017 Dharna on 23 May, 2017 in front of Finance
Minister, Human Chain on 12 June, 2017 , Relay dharna on 9 to 11 Nov, 2017 and
dharna on 24 March, 2018 called by Confederation, One Day strike on 23rd
August, 2017, Relay 5 days dharna from 12 to 16 February, 2018 called by NFPE
and R-III R-IV joint agitational programmes
4.Review and settlement of Strike Charter of Demands
called by Postal JCA (NFPE & FNPO)
position at all levels.
9. Adoption of
Resolution – resolution to be typed neatly, item wise and to the point.
10. Amendment to the constitution if any should
reach CHQ by 30th April, 2016.
11. Policy and Programme.
12. Election of (a) Office Bearers (b) Federal Councilors and Councilors in JCM (Department Council)
13. Venue of the Next AIC
14. Concluding remarks.
15. Vote of thanks
Copy to :-
Bearers and Circle Secretaries
General, NFPE,1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New
Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi- 110 001 with the request to issue
instructions for grant of Special Casual Leave to the Circle/Divisional/Branch
Secretaries, CWC Members and delegates.
Postmasters General. with request to issue instructions for grant of Special
Casual Leave to the Circle/Divisional/Branch Secretaries, CWC Members and
Providing opportunity, for submitting representation, to the employees who have been awarded below “Very Good” Grading in their last three years’ APARs(for the purpose of MACPs)