Saturday, October 31, 2015

Common Instructions for Posting RD Bulk in CBTM

RD Bulk Account Posting in DOP Finacle

DOP Finacle Menu
CBTM - RD Bulk Transaction Maintenance
In alternate way, CBTM is enabled for posting of RD Accounts. Follow the below instructions to post RD Bulk accounts without any problem. 
  1. Use Latest Version of BCP Template V3.0 Download
  2. File Name Should be in the format of _.TXT
  3. Invoke CBTM Menu and Browse the Text file path which is generate using templates.
  4. View the results panel to know the status of file upload.

Possible error and Solution

if error found of  try the following,
  • Use latest version of BCP Template to generate with correct name. Still error found, Rename in small case like *.TXT to *.txt
  • If Still problem persist try to rename Rd.txt (R in Capital and d in Small letter)then try to upload the same.
If Menu shows retry error, do the following
  • try after some time, in meanwhile issues report to CEPT for further solution.
Note : Each and every upload should be verified by the Supervisor using HTV Menu before uploading the next Bulk.

Validation removed from CRDP Menu in DOP Finacle

​CRDP Validation Removed for Accepting RD Bulk Account

In View of emergency to accept the RD Bulk Account opened through Agent to avoid refault fee, CRDP Validation removed.

DOP Finacle Menu

CRDP - RD Payment

Now the validation from CRDP removed. Please try to accept deposit through CRDP at the counter by doing transactions one by one where the list is not too big.
Source :

Non Working of CBTM Menu for Posting ofAgent Accounts

CBTM Menu not working

While access CBTM Menu in DOP Finacle it may shown the below error message as 
Error Occurred in displaying the page - Retry the menu option
At  Present, more no. of Users are accessing the CBTM Menu for Posting of agent bulk accounts in DOP finacle. So that the above error is displaying while access the CBTM Menu.

DOP Finacle Menu

CBTM - RD Bulk Transaction Menu

Try the Same Menu after few minutes (CBTM) 

BullZip PDF Printer - Virtual Printer

BullZip PDF Printer is a virtual printer driver that enables you to convert any printable document or image to PDF format. The Bullzip PDF Printer works by creating a virtual printer in the operating systems that prints to PDF files instead of paper. This practically allows any application to create PDF files from the print menu. Once installed, BullZip PDF Printer appears as a printer option in your printing properties. If you want to use BullZip PDF Printer as your default printer right-click on it and select it as your default printer. This program is FREEWARE.

Click Here to download the BullZip PDF printer from Official Site. 
Note: This virtual printer is useful for setting up virtual Mc-Camish printer, to save document and print later.
Thanks to ATPPost 

Directorate Instruction for Accepting of MPKBY Agents Deposit

Accept MPKBY cash deposits through Excel File and upload through BCP menu. Through this, 
Only cash deposits of current month can be accepted. 
Now, restriction to accept MPKBY agent transactions at the counter through menu CRDP has been removed. Please ask MPKBY Agents to prepare schedule either through their computer or manually listing those accounts where default fee and rebate is involved and present at the counter with cash. For deposits through POSB Cheques, separate schedule should be prepared by the agents. In both cases, counter PA has to do individual transactions through CRDP and commission and TDS should be handled as instructed yesterday. Amount of commission paid and TDS deducted should be noted on the copy of schedules.

It is further informed that in case of upload through BCP Menu, a success and failure report is available in HPR. Success Report may be printed and treated as Schedule presented by Agent. One copy can be given to agent and one copy treated as voucher. 

CBS BCP RD Bulk Upload Procedure Revised for Agents

CBS BCP RD Account Upload Procedure 

Revised BCP RD Account Tool v3.0 dated 31.10.2015

Download Revised BCP Tool v3.0

For uploading the account numbers and amount deposited, a .txt file is to be created. For this purpose, data has to be entered in a template of an excel file (Download the excel file from Download Now icon) for creating the txt file in required format.

In the Excel sheet, do the following as shown below ( screenshots included)
Enable the Macros with option > Enable this content >OK

  • Select the Type as “RD” from the list.
  • Column1 is for account numbers, column 2 for Transaction Amount.
  • After Clicking on Generate File, the generated file name will be for example

    • Menu Shortcut - CBTM
    • GO
    • The following screen will be displayed
    • Click Browse button
    • Select RD.Txt file from Desktop
    • Open
    • The following screen will be appeared..
    • Click Upload Button
    • The following screen will be displayed.

      • Menu Shortcut - HPR
      • GO
      • The following screen will be displayed.

      The report is successfully  generated.

      VB Data Entry to MDE Converter Tool : Video Tutor

      Video Tutorial relating to the procedure followed for conversion using the VBDET_MDE_Converter Tool is available in the link below:

      Download Video Tutorial for VBDET to MDE Converter

      Data Profiling Tool v7.2 download - DPT v7.2 dated 28.10.2015

      Data Profiling Tool v7.2 / DPT v7.2

      Download latest Data Profiling Tool from SDC chennai website and clear the discrepancies then upload the data using DM Utility

      Download DPT v7.2  - Mirror 1

      Download DPT v7.2 - Mirror 2

      Post info v1.2 Android Application for India Post dated 30.10.2015

      Post Info v1.2 dated 30.10.2015

         Postinfo- screenshot

      WHAT'S NEW

      • Start up crash in Android 4.0 is resolved.
      • New facilities, TOUCH & SHARE, ADD TO HISTORY and CLEAR HISTORY added to TRACKING.
      • Error in Insurance Premium and rebate calculation is rectified.
      • Errors in interest calculation (a)Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana Account, (b)Time Deposit Account of 2 years, 3 years and 5 years and (c) Senior Citizen Savings Scheme are rectified.
      • Recurring Deposit and Savings Account interest calculator is optimized.
      Updated                   Size      Current Version  Requires Android
      October 30, 2015    9.1M     1.2                        4.0 and up

      ePayment Communication - Max Pool Size was Reached

      The error messages will shown while running the ePayment communication in Post Offices
      Timeout Expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to obtaining a connection from the pool. This may have occurred because all pooled connections were in use and max pool size was reached.


      Take a backup of Registry and do as follows. 
      1. Open registry editor. 
      2. Go to the following directory path to navigate to the registry key:
      3. Look for the TcpTimedWaitDelay key name. If not found, add it by selecting Edit > New > DWORD Value from the menu bar. Rename the key name to “TcpTimedWaitDelay”. 
      4. Double-click inside the right pane again to set the value of TcpTimedWaitDelay. Select Decimal as the Base, and enter 30 in the Value data field. 
      5. Look the MaxUserPort key name. If not found, add it by selecting Edit > New > DWORD Value from the menu bar named “MaxUserPort”. Set its value to a decimal value between 5000 and 65534
      DWORD - MaxUserPort - 65534
      6. You must restart Windows for these settings to take effect.

      Postman 7.9.3 EVPforIssuingtoPostman has too many arguments specified

      Solution for Postman Stored Procedure error

      Procedure or Function dly_select_eVPforIssuingtoPostman has too many arguments specified.


      • Download attached script and execute at once using MM Script Tool.

      Transfer and postings in Senior Administrative Grade (SAG) of IPOs

      Transfer and postings in Senior Administrative Grade (SAG) of IPOs

      View / Download Order Copy

      Seventh Pay Commission may bring pay parity in civil servants, officers up in arms

      HYDERABAD: Officers of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), the top rung of the country's bureaucracy, are up in arms after rumours that the Seventh Pay Commission could bring about parity between them and other civil servants who are lower down in the civil service hierarchy. 
      Associations of IAS officers have held several formal and informal meetings to weigh options before them to thwart any attempt to whittle away at the advantages they now enjoy over others by virtue of securing top grades in the civil services exam. 

      Nearly 200 young IAS officers have so far submitted their representations to Cabinet secretary Pradeep Kumar Sinha, the country's top bureaucrat, and to the central IAS officers' association, airing serious concerns over the reported move by the pay panel towards salary parity and doing away with the IAS edge in what is known as empanelment. "I was astonished to see media reports on the proposals towards parity between the services, which is nothing but an attempt to equate the gold medallist with last-benchers.Such proposals not only go against the principles of competition but also penalise top performers in the name of parity," said 1993 batch IAS officer on condition of anonymity . 

      Top-ranked students in the civil services exam are assigned the IAS and Indian Foreign Service, followed by other branches such as the Indian Police Service (IPS) and the Indian Revenue Service (IRS). Empanelment refers to the selection of officer to a post which has the rank of joint secretary in the central government. The next step could be a petition by the Central Indian Civil and Administrative Association, the lobby group of IAS officers, to the cabinet secretary, who is also an IAS officer. 

      Sanjay Bhoosreddy, the honorary secretary for the association, told ET that over 100 IAS officers have expressed anguish with his grouping so far about the reported recommendations of the pay panel which is due to submit its report by the end of this year. "The key concerns of the junior IAS officers pertain to emoluments and losing edge in empanelment," he said. For years, officers from branches such as the IPS and IRS have complained that they do not make it to the rank of joint secretary in the same numbers that IAS officers do, and that their salaries are lower than those of IAS officers despite working on equally complex assignments. There are some 4,800 IAS officers across India. TS Krishnamurthy , an IRS officer who went on to become the Central Election Commissioner, argued that handing non-IAS officers a permanent handicap is not such a good idea.Instead, after some length of time, all those in the All-India Services should be treated equally . "I had a disadvantage; every time I had a handicap of two years and I feel no reason why there should be differentiation after 18 or 20 years," he said. 

      N Jaya Prakash Narayan, a bureaucratturned-politician and founder of Lok Satta Party , said the need of the hour is far-reaching reform instead of cosmetic changes in the Indian administrative services. "The government should seriously look at making bureaucracy an instrument for change through specialisation, competition, incentive to perform and autonomy ," he said. 

      "While we are recruiting some of the best people through a rigorous competitive examination, there is a widespread perception that the country is not getting best out of them over a period of time irrespective of which service they belong to."

      Friday, October 30, 2015

      BSNL Broad Bank Bandwidth Meter for Speed Test


      Visit below Site to Test your BSNL Broadband Speed

      BSNL with DOP to facilitate the sale of its products across the country

      BHUBANESWAR: BSNL has entered into an MoU with Department of Posts to facilitate the sale of its products at post offices across the country.

      Under this agreement, India Post would distribute telecom services products including BSNL SIM cards, top-up and recharge vouchers to consumers.

      From Odisha perspective, 9500 postal outlets have been identified in the State for the commercial sale of BSNL products. Out of this, 6900 post offices are in rural areas, Chief Post Master General Tilak De said here on Thursday.

      The services would start from November 1 at the post offices in undivided Cuttack district and the State-owned telecom and Internet service provider targets to reach out to all other districts by the end of this year, BSNL Odisha CGM, Bijayananda Mishra said while launching the service.

      “The primary agenda of the set up is to increase our customer base, maximise accessibility and provide better customer services to BSNL users,” Mishra added.

      On the occasion, a Technology Centre was inaugurated at BSNL Bhawan at Ashok Nagar. The centre would showcase various technologies and services offered by BSNL and customers can purchase mobile connections, data cards, WiMAX connections and DSL Modems.

      An express service counter at the centre would enable SIM activation within a few hours, sources said.
      A Telecom Museum at Regional Telecom Training Centre in Vani Vihar was also unveiled. The museum would house old and obsolete technologies which reflect the journey of the telecom industry during the last 100 years.

      Seventh Pay Commission is expected to bestow to Central Govt. Employees

      As public servants get ready to enjoy the New Year’s blessing that the Seventh Pay Commission is expected to bestow, it may be a time for the rest of us to look this gift horse in the mouth. The Fourteenth Finance Commission estimates the cost of the Sixth Pay Commission at over Rs. 90,000 crore annually, since pay and allowances of Union government employees more than doubled between 2007-08 and 2011-12. Compare this to the estimates in the economic survey for the year 2011-12, about Rs. 70,000 crore each for food subsidy, fertilizer and petroleum subsidy and less than Rs. 40,000 crore for the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act. Simply put, the additional Central government expenditure due to the implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission was over 40 per cent of the major subsidies. If we take into account the costs to the State governments, the tab for Sixth Pay Commission largesse is probably equivalent to all the subsidies provided by the Central government.

      Sonalde DesaiAs we brace for another Pay Commission-mandated salary hike, the question to ask is not whether the government can afford it but if it is the best use of government resources. Government employees receive Dearness Allowance (DA) annually to compensate for inflation; they also receive an annual performance appraisal for promotions, which brings with it salary increases. So the decadal salary increases under the Central Pay Commission (CPC) are meant to address inequities in salaries across different parts of the government, across ranks as well as between the public sector and private sector. It is the latter that has provided the greatest justification for salary increases granted under CPC in the past.

      False premise

      Dizzying salary packages reported for new Indian Institute of Management graduates or Indian Institute of Technology graduates funnel a sense of discontent among public sector employees since it is hard to imagine any 25-year-old government servant receiving a package of Rs. 40 lakh per annum. This smoke and mirrors strategy masks several observations made by the Sixth Pay Commission. First, it noted that the contention of vast disparities between private sector and government employees was not borne out by data. The CPC found that compensation to Group C and D employees in government was higher than that in the private sector; for Group B it was similar and only for Group A was it lower. Group A employees form less than 5 per cent of the total Central government workforce; Group C and D are about 90 per cent. Second, it noted that a government job offers many other benefits not available in the private sector and the fear of flight away from public service towards the private sector is overblown.

      “The Fourteenth Finance Commission estimates the cost of the Sixth Pay Commission at over Rs. 90,000 crore annually.”In spite of these observations, the ultimate recommendations of the Sixth CPC led to substantial increases in the salary and allowance of all public servants, first in the Central service and later on in State governments. A comparison of incomes between private sector employees and government employees using data from India Human Development Surveys (IHDS) of 2004-05 and 2011-12 is instructive in understanding the consequences of the last CPC. These surveys of over 40,000 households were jointly organised by the National Council of Applied Economic Research and the University of Maryland. The graphic shows monthly salaries for men aged 25-59 in 2011-12. Many women work part time as anganwadi workers and ASHA workers and hence are excluded from this comparison, but their inclusion will not change the fundamental results.

      The results show that at every single level of education, government workers are paid more than private sector workers and more importantly, the public service advantage has increased rather than decreased after the implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations. A driver in government service earns far more than one in private service, but so does an engineer. This comparison does not include the other benefits government service provides including PF contributions, housing benefits, health insurance and, frequently, admission of children to coveted Kendriya Vidyalayas.
      One might say that the problem is not global but is concentrated in highly skilled positions. Individuals who are highly skilled may be more likely to choose the private sector. Here only the Union Public Service Commission can tell us if the qualification of the entering cohort of the Indian Administrative Service officers is declining, but at a slightly lower stratospheric level, we see no such evidence. The IHDS shows that among college graduates with a first class degree, government service still seems to be preferred. In 2004-05, among the male college graduates employed in public service, 37 per cent had a first division; this proportion had increased to 39 per cent by 2011-12. This is not to say that skill upgradation is not taking place in the private sector, where the proportion of first class degree holders among graduates has increased from 28 per cent to 35 per cent, but these figures do not suggest that government services are suffering on an average; just that the more qualified individuals are seeking salaried work and moving away from farming and small businesses benefitting both government service and the private sector.

      “One might say that the problem is not global but is concentrated in highly skilled positions.”That salary increases will be bestowed by the Seventh CPC is a given. Whether it will address the real challenge, lower wages for Group A officers compared to the private sector, and recognise the public service advantage for the rest of the employees remains questionable. Let us hope that the Seventh CPC will address the challenge of government salaries with a scalpel rather than an axe.

      (Sonalde Desai is senior fellow at the National Council of Applied Economic Research and Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland. Views are personal.)

      7th pay commission is expected soon, reduction in pay bands on the cards

      7th pay commission is expected soon, reduction in pay bands on the cards, Please read this news paper report published in Hindi Daily:-


      Government to issue Sovereign Gold Bonds through Post Office

      Government to issue Sovereign Gold Bonds with effect from 26th November, 2015; Bonds to be sold through banks and designated post offices

      Government of India, in consultation with Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has decided to issue Sovereign Gold Bonds. The Bonds will be issued on November 26, 2015. Applications for the bond will be accepted from November 05, 2015 to November 20, 2015. The Bonds will be sold through banks and designated post offices as may be notified. The borrowing through issuance of the Bond will form part of market borrowing programme of Government of India.

      It may be recalled that the Finance Minister had announced in Union Budget 2015-16 about developing a financial asset, Sovereign Gold Bond, as an alternative to purchasing metal gold.

      The major features of the Bond are given below:

      Sl. No.
      Product name
      Sovereign Gold Bond
      To be issued by Reserve Bank India on behalf of the Government of India.
      The Bonds will be restricted for sale to resident Indian entities including individuals, HUFs, trusts, Universities, charitable institutions.
      The Bonds will be denominated in multiples of gram(s) of gold with a basic unit of 1 gram.
      The tenor of the Bond will be for a period of 8 years with exit option from 5th year to be exercised on the interest payment dates.
      Minimum size
      Minimum permissible investment will be 2 units (i.e. 2 grams of gold).
      Maximum limit
      The maximum amount subscribed by an entity will not be more than 500 grams per person per fiscal year (April-March). A self-declaration to this effect will be obtained.
      Joint holder
      In case of joint holding, the investment limit of 500 grams will be applied to the first applicant only.
      The Bonds will be issued in tranches. Each tranche will be kept open for a period to be notified. The issuance date will also be specified in the notification.
      Issue price
      Price of Bond will be fixed in Indian Rupees on the basis of the previous week’s (Monday–Friday) simple average of closing price of gold of 999 purity published by the India Bullion and Jewellers Association Ltd. (IBJA).
      Payment option
      Payment for the Bonds will be through electronic funds transfer/cash payment/ cheque/ demand draft.
      Issuance form
      Government of India Stock under GS Act, 2006. The investors will be issued a Stock/Holding Certificate. The Bonds are eligible for conversion into demat form.
      Redemption price
      The redemption price will be in Indian Rupees based on previous week’s (Monday-Friday) simple average of closing price of gold of 999 purity published by IBJA.
      Sales channel
      Bonds will be sold through banks and designated Post Offices, as may be notified, either directly or through agents.
      Interest rate
      The investors will be compensated at a fixed rate of 2.75 per cent per annum payable semi-annually on the initial value of investment.
      Bonds can be used as collateral for loans. The loan-to-value (LTV) ratio is to be set equal to ordinary gold loan mandated by the Reserve Bank from time to time.
      KYC Documentation
      Know-your-customer (KYC) norms will be the same as that for purchase of physical gold. KYC documents such as Voter ID, Aadhaar card/PAN or TAN /Passport will be required.
      Tax treatment
      The interest on Gold Bonds shall be taxable as per the provision of Income Tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961) and the capital gains tax shall also remain same as in the case of physical gold.
      Bonds will be tradable on exchanges/NDS-OM from a date to be notified by RBI.
      SLR eligibility
      The Bonds will be eligible for Statutory Liquidity Ratio.
      Commission for distribution shall be paid at the rate of 1% of the subscription amount.

      PPF Bulk Upload Procedure in DOP Finacle

      PPF Bulk Upload using BCP Menu in CBS Offices

      For uploading the account numbers and amount deposited, a .txt file is to be created. For this purpose, data has to be entered in a template of an excel file (sample given in the next column) for creating the txt file in required format.
      In the Excel sheet, do the following as shown below ( screenshots included)

      1. Select the Type as “PPF” from the list.
      2. Column1 is for account numbers, column 2 for Transaction Amount.
      3. After Clicking on Generate File, the generated file name will be 
      The Bulk cash upload can be done through CPBTM menu. In CPBTM menu using browse button select the txt file made in the step. Then click on Upload. The reports will be shown in HPR menu.

      Step 1 : Invoke Menu CPBTM and browse the generated file.
      Step 2 : CPBTM menu result page to know the status.
      Step 3 : Invoke HPR menu – to view reports generated by CPBTM upload.

      RD Bulk Upload Procedure in DOP Finacle

      BCP - RD Accounts Bulk Upload in CBS Offices

      For uploading the account numbers and amount deposited, a .txt file is to be created. For this purpose, data has to be entered in a template of an excel file (sample given in the next column) for creating the txt file in required format.
      In the Excel sheet, do the following as shown below ( screenshots included)

      1. Select the Type as “RD” from the list.
      2. Column1 is for account numbers, column 2 for Transaction Amount.
      3. After Clicking on Generate File, the generated file name will be 

      The Bulk cash upload can be done through CBTM menu. In CBTM menu using browse button select the txt file made in the step. Then click on Upload. The reports will be shown in HPR menu.

      Step 1, 2 :Invoke menu CBTM menu, clicked on browse button to select the TXT file to upload.
      Step 3: CBTM result page will shown the result of uploaded status.
      Step 4 : Invoke HPR menu – to view reports generated by CBTM upload.

      SB Accounts Bulk Transaction Upload in DOP Finacle

      SB Bulk transaction Upload in DOP Finacle  

      For uploading the account numbers and amount deposited, a .txt file is to be created. For this purpose, data has to be entered in a template of an excel file (sample given in the next column) for creating the txt file in required format.
      In the Excel sheet, do the following as shown below ( screenshots included)

      1. Select the Type as “SB” from the list.
      2. Column1 is for account numbers, column 2 for Transaction Amount.
      3. After Clicking on Generate File, the generated file name will be 

      The Bulk data (.txt file) upload can be done through CSBTM menu. In CSBTM menu using browse button select the txt file made in the above step. Then click on Upload. The reports of success or failure will be shown in HPR menu.
      Step 1 : Invoke Menu CSBTM
      Step 2 : Click on Browse and Select the text file from D/.
      Step 3 : Click on Upload and See the Result page os CSBTM
      Step 4 : Invoke HPR to view failure reports in the above upload.

      Accounts 7.9.3 Pay Drawal Error and Solution

      Column Name does not match with definition error and solution

      While draw monthly Pay bills on Accounts module it shows an error message as 
      Column Name or Number of supplied values does not match table definition


      • Take Backup of Accounts database.
      • Download attached exls from PoTools which is provided by CEPT.
      • Execute acounts_first_29102015.exl then acounts29102015.exl 
      • Redraw the bill with latest accounts exe

      BCP Document v2.0 for Agent List Preparation

      BCP Document v2.0 Download

      Instructions to be followed while updating this excel
      1. Select the Account Number's Type - PPF/RD/SB 
      2. Enter the List of Account numbers 
      3. Enter the Transaction amount in INR. For each account respectively 
      4. Once all details are entered click on Generate file.

      Download template for BCP Doc for Agent List Preparation :

      Accepting of MPKBY Agent RD Transactions through BCP Menu

      CBS Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Documents

      What is BCP?

      BCP is an alternative to accept some transactions from the customers when Finacle Application will not be accessible in all CBS Post Offices. 

      When BCP is to be invoked?

      BCP will be invoked through an order issued by F.S. Division of Postal Directorate to CEPT Team to enable special BCP Menus.

      LIST OF transactions which can be accepted during BCP

      Following type of transactions can be accepted during BCP:-

      (1) Deposits in Savings Account.
      (2) Deposits in RD Account opened and operated directly (not through MPKBY Agents)
      (3) Deposits in PPF Accounts.

      Procedure for accepting transactions during BCP:-

      • When mail is received from CEPT Team/Circle SPOC regarding use of BCP, deposit transactions by cash are to be accepted in Savings Accounts, RD Accounts (other than opened by MPKBY Agents) and PPF Accounts standing in the same post office (no Intersol transaction). 
      • On the Deposit Form (Pay-in-Slip), customer should be asked to write his/her mobile number or landline Number and last balance. 
      • While accepting cash, no entry should be made in Passbook but counterfoil of Deposit Form should be given to customer duly date stamped and signed by PA. 
      • Account number and amount deposited should be entered in Excel Format attached with this mail and also given in below. 
      • In the Excel sheet, scheme can be selected either as SB or Rd or PPF. After completion of data entry of transactions, print out of the excel file should be taken. 
      • When Finacle Access is restored or counter hours are over, click on “Generate File” in the excel format. 
      • It will create a .txt file showing scheme type i.e SB or RD or PPF, date in DDMMYY format and total amount of transactions in D/. 
      • After this step, while browsing in the relevant menu, this file should be uploaded in the relevant menu as shown in the below screen shots. It is to ensured that only that day's file is uploaded by confirming date and total amount from the file name. 
      • Supervisor has to verify these transactions by using menu HTV. 
      • After verification, these transactions would appear in relevant LOT and consolidation. 
      • Report of success and rejected records can be seen from reports in HPR. If any transaction is rejected during upload, Deposit Slip of that transaction should be kept separately and customer should be contacted over phone (phone number written on the deposit slip). 
      • Cash of these transactions should be kept out of account alongwith vouchers. 
      • As and when customer comes, corrections should be got done in the Deposit Slip and transaction along with cash should be accounted for in Finacle.

      Negative List Revised Version dated 18/09/2015

      Negative List Updation Patch - Updated upto 18/09/2015

      This patch file updates the negative list available in Sanchay Post software. To confirm updation, use the "Database Discrepancies >> NSC >> Details of Negative List Updation" option available in DBAnalyzer software.

      The file 'NL_20160530.exe' should be copied to DBAnalyzer folder and executed after completion of day's transactions. This will update the negative list upto 30/06/2015 in Sanchay Post.

      In addition to Negative List, updations relating to PINCODE details are also done in the database. Hence, execution of this patch will take longer than the usual updation time. System Administrators should ensure that the server is not switched off till successful execution of the patch.

      To confirm updation, use 'DBAnalyzer >> Database Discrepancies >> NSC >> Details of negative list updation' option.

      Procedure of PMJJBY and PMSBY in DOP Finacle - CPMY

      Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY) and Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) for CBS offices in DOP Finacle
      • Make sure that all the details in CIF(date of birth,gender,phone number and email address,address etc..,) are modified and signature is available to the customer ( check the signature status in the menu IES ) before invoking the menu CPMY
      • Note that customer date of birth,gender, Nominee name and nominee relation are mandatory for this scheme

      Operating procedure in Finacle

      The menu option used is CPMY--  
      Invoke the menu CPMY then the system will show the below screen

      Then select the function as "ADD", enter the account id (SB account number of the customer ) and select the PM Yojana scheme as shown in the below figure.

      Then click on GO then the system will show the following details of the customer as shown in the below screen shot.

      1. Click on validate then the system will show if any fileds are missing then correct the missing details and submit.
      2. Verify using the same menu in the supervisor login.
      3. Once verified then the system will automatically deduct the amount ( Rs 330 for PMJJBY and Rs 12 for PMSBY) and the system will credit the same amount into Sansad Marg HO (11000100) office account. 
      4. Click on the following links to view: 

      Pradhan Mantri JeevanJyoti Bima Yojna(PMJJBY)

      Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojna(PMSBY)

      Just for Info : CEPT FTP Access Limited

      CEPT FTP Access Limited to Post Office

      To avoid unauthorized access and for security purpose, FTP CEPT has been limited to Post Office. Almost all the Post Offices were migrated with Sify Network so that CEPT Mysore had limited access of FTP to Post Office User. 
      Official FTP Address
      Other than Sify User could not access the FTP, CEPT

      Version Regeneration Message for Speed Net 4.3

      Upgradation of Speed Net 4.3 done successfully for client and server. But in Speed Net MIS-up gradation status it is showing as only client is done.The same is found even after running the version updater script.


      • Take Backup of POSPCC database.
      • Execute the Speed Net version regeneration script to update the version information.

      MM 7.9.3 Upgradation Error and Solution

      Speed Net 4.3 Common Error and Solution