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Tuesday, December 31, 2019



Due date for linking of PAN with Aadhaar as specified under sub-section 2 of Section 139AA of the Income-tax Act,1961 has been extended from 31st December, 2019 to 31st March, 2020.

Note: This date has been extended to eight time

5G Spectrum will be given for trial to all operators; We need to make UPI payment interface a global beacon; Launches Central Equipment Identity Register for tracing Stolen/Lost Mobiles in Delhi

The Union Minister for Communications, Law & Justice and Electronics & Information Technology, Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad has said that the Mobile Security should be our National Priority because the mobile handset became an important tool for all online activities. He was addressing the gathering, here today, after launching a Web Portal called ‘Central Equipment Identity Register (CEIR)’ for the customers of Delhi to facilitate blocking and tracing of Stolen/Lost Mobile Phones in Delhi. The Lt. Governor of NCT of Delhi, Shri Anil Baijal, the Secretary, Telecom and the Chairman, Digital Communications Commission, Shri Anshu Prakash, the Commissioner of Delhi Police, Shri Amulya Patnaik, the Member (Technology), Digital Communications Commission, Shri S.K. Gupta were also present on the occasion.

Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad said that Government has decided to give 5G Spectrum for trial to all operators in the country. This may take few years to launch it fully all over the country, he added. UPI Payments interface has become primary means for all online money transactions in the country and we need to make it a Global beacon for making Indian rupee much stronger.

The Minister for Communications said that this is the age of communication and communication is power, and this is the age of technology and the technology is power. He further said that while we exploit use and make optimum involvement of technology for development the equally smart criminals induce technology for their own end. Therefore, we need a technology that safeguards our interests, he added. 
Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad said that Aadhar is a digital identity to confirm our physical identity and the digital India is for digital inclusion. Digital India is empowering ordinary Indian to the power of technology which is leading to digital inclusion, he said. Industry should be more innovative and Indian players should imbibe new innovations in IT, he added.

 The Lt. Governor of NCT of Delhi, Shri Anil Baijal while addressing said that in the NCR Delhi itself the mobile theft cases are increasing to the tune of 40,000 cases per year and there should be a mechanism to address this problem. He requested the Minister for Communication to consider the integration of Zonal Integrated Police Network (ZIPNET) with the CEIR for better functioning.

The Secretary, Telecom and the Chairman, Digital Communications Commission, Shri Anshu Prakash said that the Tele-density in the country has increased to 242 mobiles for 100 populations and the mobile handset became a means to fulfil all day-to-day requirements. Therefore, securing mobile with a system is the need of the hour.

International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) is supposed to be a unique identity of a mobile phone device. A phone with one/two slots of SIM Card is programmed with one/two IMEI number as the case may be. IMEI number being programmable, some miscreants do reprogram the IMEI number, which results in cloning of IMEI causing multiple devices with same IMEI number. As on date, there are many cases of clones/duplicated IMEI handsets in the network.

If such IMEI is blocked, a large number of mobile phones will get blocked being handsets with same IMEI causing inconvenience to many genuine customers. Thus, there is a need to eliminate duplicate/fake IMEI mobile phones from the network.  
Accordingly, this project called Central Equipment Identity Register (CEIR) system has been undertaken by the DoT for addressing security, theft and other concerns including reprogramming of mobile handsets.

The launch of Project in Delhi will facilitate as follows:
  1. Request for blocking of stolen or lost mobile phone by customers.
  2. Blocking of such mobile phones across mobile networks.
  3. Allowing services to other existing customers have mobile phones with same IMEI number.
  4. Sharing of traceability date with Police Authorities.
  5. Unblocking of recovered/found stolen or lost mobile phones. 
(Release ID :196190)


CSCs are the access points for delivery of essential public utility services, social welfare schemes, healthcare, financial, education and agriculture services, apart from host of B2C services to citizens in rural and remote areas of the country. It is a pan-India network catering to regional, geographic, linguistic and cultural diversity of the country, thus enabling the Government’s mandate of a socially, financially and digitally inclusive society.

Government to Citizen

One of the key mandates of CSC scheme is to deliver Government to Citizen (G2C) services. Various G2C services of Central Government Ministries and departments, apart from State-specific services have been integrated on the Digital Seva portal for delivery to citizens in rural and remote areas of the country through the network of CSCs.

Bharat BillPay :

Bharat BillPay is a Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conceptualised system driven by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). It is a one-stop bill payment platform for all bills – electricity, mobile, broadband and landline, DTH, Gas, Water, etc - across India with certainty, reliability and safety of transactions.

Two primary participants of Bharat BillPay are:

  Bharat Bill Payment Central Unit (BBPCU) – which implements operational, technical and business standards for the entire system and its participants. The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) functions as the BBPCU.
  Bharat Bill Payment Operating Units (BBPOUs) - BBPOUs are authorized operational units, working as per the standards set by BBPS. BBPOUs will on-board billers, aggregators and payment gateways; and set up agent network and customer touch points to handle bill payments through different delivery channels.
  With CSC SPV becoming a BBPOU, CSCs can provide Bharat BillPay service and further enable the villagers to pay their Electricity, Water, Gas, DTH and Broadband & Landline Post Paid bills.

FASTag through CSCs

FASTag is an Electronic Toll Collection system in India operated by NHAI. FASTag is a simple to use, reloadable tag which enables automatic deduction of toll charges and lets you pass through the toll plaza without stopping for cash transaction. The tag employs Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) technology and is affixed on the vehicle's windscreen after the tag account is active. It is currently operational at more than 425 toll plazas across national and state highways.

CSC SPV has partnered with NHAI to dispense FASTags through the network of CSCs. VLEs will dispense FASTags at the toll plazas after procuring them through the Digital Seva Portal; register customer details on portal and affix the tag on the car.


Ministry of External Affairs partnered with CSC SPV in 2014 to launch Passport Seva services through CSCs across the rural hinterland. Services available through CSCs include filling and uploading of Passport Application Form, payment of fee and scheduling of appointment for visit to Passport Kendra. During 2016-17, around 2.19 lakh Passport applications were submitted through the CSC network across the country.

PAN Card

Applications for new PAN Card are processed through CSCs in collaboration with UTI Infrastructure Technology And Services Limited (UTIITSL) and National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL). PAN Card service through NSDL was introduced for CSCs in February 2016. During 2016-17, 28.94 lakh Applications for PAN Card have been submitted through CSCs.

Swacch Bharat Abhiyan

Swacch Bharat Abhiyan is the biggest ever cleanliness drive launched by the Government in 2014 to clean the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country. In 2016, Ministry of Urban Development partnered with CSC to facilitate online applications through CSCs for construction of individual household toilets across the country under the campaign. During 2016-17, 5.26 lakh applications for individual household toilets were submitted through CSC network under Swacch Bharat Abhiyan.

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) is an ambitious housing scheme of the Government for creating affordable housing units for urban poor. Although, entire urban area of the country will be covered under the scheme, the initial focus is on 500 select cities.
In November 2016, a MoU was signed between Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MHUPA) and CSC SPV for receiving PMAY applications through CSCs. The service is being provided by 60,000 CSCs located in urban areas across States/ UTs. During 2016-17, 27.97 lakh Applications were submitted through CSC network under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) scheme.


Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) partnered with CSC SPV in July 2016 to provide Food Business Operator (FBO) registration service through CSCs. This initiative is aimed at registering a large number of unregistered FBOs in the country with the FSSAI through the vast network of CSCs. Under the service, Registration Certificate is auto generated after filing of online application through CSC. During 2016-17, 95,603 applications for FBO Registration have been submitted through CSCs.

Soil Health Card

Soil Health Cards are issued by the Government to farmers with crop-wise recommendations of nutrients and fertilizers required for individual farms to help them improve productivity through judicious use of inputs. Launched as a scheme in 2015, the Government plans to issue these cards to 14 crore farmers.
Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare signed a MoU with CSC SPV in December 2016, to engage CSCs in the Soil Health Card scheme. During 2016-17, 1.24 lakh farmer registrations have taken place through CSCs across 23 States.


Districts are the de facto front-end of government. The e-District project has been conceptualized to improve the experience of G2C interactions for citizens at the districts through seamless delivery of various services like certificates, licences, Ration Card, disbursement of social welfare pensions, online filing of RTI, land registration, land records, Government taxes, utility bill payments, etc.
e-District services of 11 States and 3 Union Territories are available on Digital Seva portal. These States/ UTs are: Assam, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland, Odisha, Punjab, Tripura, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu and Puducherry. During 2016-17, 40.51 lakh transactions have been made on Digital Seva portal for e-District services.

Election Commission Services

The Election Commission of India, in its endeavour to improve enrolment and correct data errors in the electoral rolls for hassle free elections, has partnered with CSC SPV for delivery of various electoral registration forms and EPIC printing through CSCs. So far, the Electoral Registration Management System (ERMS) of Tripura, Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Haryana, and Maharashtra have been integrated with Digital Seva Portal.

During 2016-17, CSCs have 34,780 Electoral Registration Forms in these nine States, where as 56.18 lakh EPIC have been printed and delivered through the CSC network in these nine States
 Source :

Friday, December 27, 2019

Coms Giri Raj Singh Naresh Gupta CS P3 Gulshan CS Admn Jasbir Singh CS DAP Ambala Ajaya SharmaCP R3 Kiran Pal CS R4 Baljinder CS P4 and other leaders addressed the strike Compaign meeting in Ambala GPO Ambala HPO CPMG office and Ambala RMS today on 27 Dec 19



Thursday, December 26, 2019


Wednesday, December 25, 2019

       Confederation Kerala State conducted Study Camp 

Monday, December 23, 2019

Meeting of COC Nagpur Region, Nagpur was held at DAP Nagpur on 20.12.2019 under the President ship of Com Pradip U. Khadse President COC Nagpur Region regarding Campaigning Programme of 1 Day Strike dated 08.01.2020.



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No. R-III/52/44                                         dated 23rd December, 2019

It is hereby notified that, the XXXIII Biennial All India Conference of All India RMS & MMS Employees Union Group `C` will be held from 8 April-2020 to 10 April-2020 at RAMDEO MAHTO SAMUDAYIK BHAWAN, SHAHEED GHASEETA AUDOTORIUM, MANGAL TALAB, PATNA CITY, PATNA-800 008 (BIHAR). All delegates should reach the venue before 10.A.M. on 8th April, 2020 positively.

The Conference will be preceded and succeeded by Central Working Committee Meeting to be held on 7th and 11th April, 2020 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 as notified.

Accommodation for the delegates has been arranged in Takhat Sri Hari Mandir Sahib, Patna City, Patna 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 May-2018 to March-2020.
2.       Adoption of the Audited Statement of Accounts for the year 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and presentation of Accounts from April 2019 to February-2020 (Subject to Audit)
3.       Adoption of Budget Estimates- For the year 2019-2020, 2020-2021.

2.       (A) C.G. Problems:

1.       Amend Sections 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.
3.       Privatization, Downsizing, Outsourcing of Government functions.
4.       Withdrawal of Private Health Insurance Scheme
4 (a)   Cashless medical facility.
5.       CCS Conduct Rules 1964, Section 3, 5 & 7 to be scrapped.
6.       Non implementation of Arbitration awards.
7.       Withdrawal of ceiling on Bonus and increase number of days.
8.       Timely filling up of vacant posts.
9.       Implementation of assurance given by Group of Ministers regarding 7th CPC.
10.     Removal of cap on compassionate appointments.

(B)     Postal Problems:-

1.       Privatization and outsourcing of Postal functions.
2.       New Postal Policy, 2012 and Task Force Committee Report.
3.       Downsizing of offices and abolition of posts.
4.       Demands of GDS for Status and Pension and membership verification.
5.       Exempt Department of Posts from purview of reduction of staff strength.
6.       Filling of all vacant posts in all cadres.
7.       Review of MACPs and Very Good Bench Mark for MACP.
8.       Regularization RTP services.
9.       Regularization of Casual Labourers and daily rated majdoor.
10.     Vindictive action and victimizations.
11.     Drop franchise Postal outlets.
12.     Administrative attack on Trade Unions.

(C)     RMS Problems:-

1.       Technology development, Modernization and Mail Net Work Optimization programme.
2.       Abolition & merger 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.
3.       Proper assessment of workload and sanction of justified staff.
4.       Processing of mails and other premium products in RMS
5.       Diversion of all preliminary sorting work from Post Office to RMS.
6.       Proper and justified accommodation in Transit Sections.
7.       Improvement of working conditions and environment in RMS offices.
8.       SPC, PH and CRC functioning and norms.
9.       CSI implementation in RMS.
10.     Implementation of PNOP.
11.     Functioning of AMPC
12.     Filling up of all vacant posts of group `C`, `D`, LSG, HSG-II, HSG-I, Superintendent sorting from General and Account Line including residual vacancies and allow to RMS and MMS staff for PSS Group B examination.
13.     Non implementation of Cadre Restructuring in RMS.
14.     Revision of OTA, OSA rates & payment and Special Allowance to PO & RMS
15.     Implementation of Supreme Court Judgment regarding MACP

(D)     MMS Problems:

1.       Privatization of MMS
2.       Supply of New Vehicles.
3.       Replacement of condemned Vehicles.
4.       Curtailment of Schedules.
5.       Supply of Spare Parts, Tools and equipments.
6.       Filling up of all vacant Posts in all Cadres.
7.       Provision of mail Peons/Guards to the Drivers.
8.       Non implementation of Cadre Restructuring in MMS.
9.       Pay Scale and promotion of Workshop Staff at par with the Drivers.
10.     Holding examination for post of Assistant Manager of MMS.
11.     Filling of vacant posts of Senior Manager.
12.     Promotion of Artisan Staff at par with MMS Drivers.
13.     Merger of Charge Hand with Technical supervisor and Despatch Rider at par
with Drivers.
14.     Insurance of Mail Motor Vehicles.
15.     Non sanction of outstation allowance to driver

3.       Assessment and Review:

1.       United Movements.
2.       Confederation.
3.       Review of Postal JCA and Confederation programmes including GDS strike from
22 May-2018 to 6 June-2018, Dharna in front of Dak Bhawan on 4 September-2018, Maharally on 5 September-2018, Fifty anniversary 1968 strike, National Convention held on 28 September-2018, Submission of RMS JCA memorandum on 18 October-2018, Demand day on 19 November-2018, 2 days strike from 8 to 9 January-2019, 29 July-2019, 2 August-2019, 21 August-2019 dharna in front of All Divisional offices, 5 September-2019, submission of memorandum to PM, Heads of Departments, 11 September-2019 Dharna in front of All Circle Offices, 4 October-2019 Dharna in front of Dak Bhawan and 15 October-2019 in front of offices at State and District level and one day strike dated 08 Jan-2020 and NFPE programmes.
4.       Review and settlement of Strike Charter of Demands called by Postal JCA (NFPE & FNPO)
5.       NFPE
6.       JCM functions.
7.       Organizational position at all levels.
8.       Re-verification of Membership.
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 20th  March, 2020.
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

                                                                                (Pradip U. Khadse) 
                                                                                General Secretary

Copy to :-

1.       All Office Bearers and Circle Secretaries
2.       All Divisional /Branch Secretaries
3.       The Secretary General, NFPE, 1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110001.
4.       The Secretary 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.
5.       All Chief Postmasters General with request to issue instructions for grant of     Specialcasual Leave to the Circle/Divisional/Branch Secretaries, CWC            members and delegates.