Friday, February 26, 2016

Casual Labourers with temporary Status-clarification regarding contribution to GPF and Pension under the old pension scheme.



Source : http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/49014_2_2014_Estt_C.pdf

Rural solution will enable approximately 130000 ED Post Offices to improve level of services

Rural solution will enable approximately 130000 ED Post Offices to improve level of services 

Jeevan Pramaan for Pensioners

Three stakeholders are to act for  executing Digital Life Certificate (Jeevan Pramaan Certificate) .
  1. Applicants (Pensioner)
  2. Jeevan Pramaan Portal (Aadhaar Portal)
  3. PAIS Server (Department of Posts Server)

Registration Process for pensioner  to Jeevan Pramaan Portal

  1. For Registration in the Jeevan Pramaan Portal pensioner will access http://jeevanpramaan.gov.in 
  2. Pensioner will enter the Mobile No. and Aadhaar No. to the portal for Registration.
  3. If mobile number is not available with the pensioner, He/She  can enter the mobile number of his family member for generating OTP number to complete the registration process.
  4. Once OTP No. will be generated , Pensioner can register himself on  the Jeevan Pramaan  Portal.
  5. Personal details of the Pensioner are entered to complete the registration.
  6. Some of the mandatory fields are given below :-
  a.)  Aadhaar No.
b.)  Mobile No.
c.)  Name of Pensioner
d.)  Address
e.)  PPO No.
f. )  S.B A/C  No , Post office Name and Pin code.
         g.)  Pin Code
         h.)  Life Certificate
          i.)   Re Marriage
          j.)   Re-employment
         k.)  Authentication date
         l.)   Pramaan ID
       m.)   Gender 
        N.)   Date of birth

 View/ Download the Jeevan Pramaan for Pensioners PPT

Procedure for Redirection of ePOST

 NIC has provided an option for Redirection of ePOST Messages. Operators can use this facility for redirecting the ePOST Messages to the correct PO and hence  transmission of Messages through RMS  can be avoided. The option is included under Services Menu in the ePOST website The Step wise Procedure is given below.
1. Login using user credentials.
2. Services> Redirect
3. Operator have to Select the Message Type which have to be redirected
4. Redirection is possible only after taking Print outs of Messages.
5.The date upon which the print out has been taken should be selected and Click on GO Button.
6.The Message id of the Messages will be displayed
7.Select the Corresponding Message ID, which is to be redirected.
8.There is an option for Giving the Receivers Address.
9.You can Skip Sl.No 8 and Click on GET ePOST Centre Option.
10. After that you have to select Region Name, Division name and ePOST Centre name from the Option.
11 The selected PO name and PINCODE will be displayed
12.CLICK ON SUBMIT BUTTON.
13.'Redirection Successful Message will be displayed"

7th Pay Commission: Central govt employees demand minimum salary of Rs 26,000

New Delhi, Feb 25: Government employees have demanded a minimum salary of Rs 26,000 as against Rs 18,000 recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission while threatening to go on strike if demands not met.

"Minimum Pay needs to be revised to Rs 26,000 per month and the minimum pay of Rs 18,000 as recommended by 7th CPC is not acceptable," said Minutes of the meeting of Joint Secretary (IC) with the members of the Staff-side of the Standing Committee (National Council-JCM). 

Secretary, Staff-side, Standing Committee (National Council-Joint Consultative Machinery) said Staff-side is "not at all happy" with the recommendations of the CPC and, in fact, "no section of the employees is satisfied", as the Commission has recommended a minimal pay increase as compared to the previous Pay Commissions. 

The Secretary further stated that an amicable and mutually negotiated settlement of these demands is necessary as "non-acceptance would further cause resentment in the employees". 

The Secretary "informed that Staff-Side has already made their stand clear to go on strike from April 11, 2016 if their demands are not considered and no amicable settlement happens", the Minutes said. The meeting was held to discuss the issues raised by the National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) in their letter addressed to the Cabinet Secretary, regarding their Charter of Demands on the recommendations of the Pay Commission. 

The Staff-side also said the central government employees need to be excluded from the National Pension Scheme (NPS), a long pending demand The fixed monthly medical allowance for pensioners who are not covered by CGHS and REHS needs to be increased from Rs 500 to Rs 2,000 is another major demand. 

The Joint Secretary (Implementation Cell) assured the Staff-Side that the concerns and demands made by them would be placed before the Empowered Committee of Secretaries for consideration after examining the same in the light of the recommendations of the Commission. 

The scheme of Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM) is a platform for constructive dialogue between the representatives of the staff side and the official side for peaceful resolution of all disputes between the Government as employer and the employees. 

Demands are submitted to the Implementation Cell, created in the Finance Ministry, to work as Secretariat for the Empowered Committee of Secretaries headed by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha. The Pay Commission recommendations when implemented would have bearing on remuneration of 47 lakh central government employees and 52 lakh pensioners. 

Subject to acceptance by the government, the recommendations will take effect from January 1, 2016. PTI BKS NKDCentral govt employees demand minimum salary of Rs 26,000 New Delhi, Feb 24 (PTI) Government employees have demanded a minimum salary of Rs 26,000 as against Rs 18,000 recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission while threatening to go on strike if demands not met. 

"Minimum Pay needs to be revised to Rs 26,000 per month and the minimum pay of Rs 18,000 as recommended by 7th CPC is not acceptable," said Minutes of the meeting of Joint Secretary (IC) with the members of the Staff-side of the Standing Committee (National Council-JCM). 

Secretary, Staff-side, Standing Committee (National Council-Joint Consultative Machinery) said Staff-side is "not at all happy" with the recommendations of the CPC and, in fact, "no section of the employees is satisfied", as the Commission has recommended a minimal pay increase as compared to the previous Pay Commissions. 

The Secretary further stated that an amicable and mutually negotiated settlement of these demands is necessary as "non-acceptance would further cause resentment in the employees". The Secretary "informed that Staff-Side has already made their stand clear to go on strike from April 11, 2016 if their demands are not considered and no amicable settlement happens", the Minutes said. 

The meeting was held to discuss the issues raised by the National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) in their letter addressed to the Cabinet Secretary, regarding their Charter of Demands on the recommendations of the Pay Commission. 

The Staff-side also said the central government employees need to be excluded from the National Pension Scheme (NPS), a long pending demand The fixed monthly medical allowance for pensioners who are not covered by CGHS and REHS needs to be increased from Rs 500 to Rs 2,000 is another major demand. 

The Joint Secretary (Implementation Cell) assured the Staff-Side that the concerns and demands made by them would be placed before the Empowered Committee of Secretaries for consideration after examining the same in the light of the recommendations of the Commission. 

The scheme of Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM) is a platform for constructive dialogue between the representatives of the staff side and the official side for peaceful resolution of all disputes between the Government as employer and the employees. 

Demands are submitted to the Implementation Cell, created in the Finance Ministry, to work as Secretariat for the Empowered Committee of Secretaries headed by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha. The Pay Commission recommendations when implemented would have bearing on remuneration of 47 lakh central government employees and 52 lakh pensioners. 

Subject to acceptance by the government, the recommendations will take effect from January 1, 2016. 
PTI

Procedure to Inquire the pending amount in Sanchypost to be paid for TDA accounts after migration in DOP Finalce

  • For suppose if we want to find the due installments which are to be paid to the customer for TDA accounts(MIS/SCCS/TD) after migration then there is a special menu in DOP Finacle.
  • The menu option is HIOT (Inquiry on Transactions)
  • This menu HIOT is used to know the due installments which are yet to be paid to the customer after migration in Finacle.
  • The step by step procedure is mentioned below

HIOT ( Inquiry on Transactions) 

Invoke the menu HIOT then the system will show the below mentioned screen as shown below
Then in the above screen enter the following details as menitoned below
Enter the SOL ID ___________________
Enter the A/c Id as _____________________ (Sundry account i..e., 0335 or 0337 or 0338 )
Remove the Start date
Enter the END date
Enter the Ref. NO ______________( Account number of the customer) as shown in the below screen
  • Then finally click in Submit then the system will show the below screen

  • From the above screen it is clear that an amount of Rs 24000/- which was not paid in the Sanchypost is shown by the system.
  • From the above screen also observe the Reversed amount i..e, if the Reversed amount is '0' it means the amount is pending for payment.
  • If the Reversed amount and Transaction amount are same then it means already paid(Reversed) to the customer.
If we want to know the details of payment if Reversed then click on the Contra Details icon which is available in the left most corner then the system will display the transaction id and date of payment.

Socio economic profiling of BOs

Click below to view the instructions from C.O and Directorate on Socio-Economic profiling of BOs to examine the working condition of GDS staff by GDS Committee.

A GOOD NEWS TO GDS WOMEN EMPLOYEES UNDER PREGNANCY

A GOOD NEWS TO GDS WOMEN EMPLOYEES UNDER PREGNANCY - GENDER BUDGETING COMMITTEE DECISION TO GRANT FIN. ASSISTANCE FOR NUTRITIONAL DIET


Increase in the rate of the honorarium payable to the Guest Faculty

Increase in the rate of the honorarium payable to the Guest Faculty

Postal and Bank Interest Rates Comparison Table

Interest Rates Comparison table between postal and bank


Suresh Prabhu left the topic of 7th Pay Commission wide open in rail budget