Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Inauguration of ‪PostShoppe‬ cum Parcel Packaging Centre at Thanjavur Head Post Office, Tamilnadu.

Inauguration of ‪Post Shoppe cum Parcel Packaging Centre at Thanjavur Head Post Office, Tamilnadu.

Magazines, handicrafts of Thanjavur, publication of Saraswathi Mahal Library, Thanjavur art plates, Thanjavur dolls are available at Post Shoppe.
Dr. Charles Lobo CPMG Tamil Nadu circle lighting the lamp








सातवें वेतन आयोग की अनुशंसा पर मंगलवार की बैठक पर राजस्थान पत्रिका की खबर - दो और बैठकें होंगी, लागू करने की प्रक्रिया शुरू

सातवें वेतन आयोग की अनुशंसा पर मंगलवार की बैठक पर राजस्थान पत्रिका की खबर - दो और बैठकें होंगी, लागू करने की प्रक्रिया शुरू 
जुलाई की सैलरी में 7वें वेतन आयोग का लाभ! - 7th Pay commission may be implemented from July salary
केंद्रीय कर्मियों के लिए खुशखबर है। सातवें वेतन आयोग का लाभ जुलाई से मिलना शुरू हो सकता है

नई दिल्ली। केंद्रीय कर्मियों के लिए खुशखबर है। सातवें वेतन आयोग का लाभ जुलाई से मिलना शुरू हो सकता है। इसको लागू करने की प्रक्रिया केंद्र सरकार ने शुरू कर दी है।

केबिनेट सचिव प्रदीप कुमार सिन्हा की अध्यक्षता में अधिकार प्राप्त समिति ने मंगलवार को आयोग की अनुशंसा पर बैठक की। जल्द ही समिति की दो और बैठकें होंगी और फिर इसे केबिनेट की मंजूरी को भेजा जाएगा।

सातवां वेतन आयोग लागू होने के बाद कर्मियों के वेतन में 23.55 प्रतिशत और पेंशनभोगियों को 24 प्रतिशत की बढ़ोतरी का फायदा होगा। सातवां वेतन आयोग लागू होने के बाद कर्मियों का मासिक न्यूनतम बेसिक वेतन 18 हजार से बढ़कर 23500 रुपए और अधिकतम 2.50 लाख रुपए से बढ़कर 3.25 लाख हो जाएगा। सातवां वेतन आयोग एक जनवरी 2016 से लागू माना जाएगा।

ये हैं अहम सिफारिशें

(1) 47 लाख केंद्रीय कर्मियों का वेतन 23.55 प्रतिशत बढ़ाया जाए।
(2) 52 लाख पेंशनधारकों को 24 प्रतिशत की बढ़ोतरी का भी फायदा मिले।
(3) सभी कर्मियों के लिए वन रैंक-वन पेंशन। 
(4) दायरे में 10 साल पहले सेवानिवृत्त हुए कर्मी भी।
(5) ग्रेच्युटी की सीमा 10 से बढ़ाकर 20 लाख की जाए।
(6) महंगाई भत्ता 50 फीसदी तक बढ़े।

Distribution of Ganga Jal through Post Office - Directorate Order

Distribution of Ganga Jal through Post Office - Directorate Order

CBS Finacle Work Flow Process with BO Transactions- 5th Edition

BO Transactions work flow in CBS Finacle


HOW TO GIVE SB TO RD SI ENTRIES IN DOP FINACLE

Standing Instruction In DOP Finacle

  • Standing instruction in DOP Finacle can be given from SB account to RD account by using the menu HSSIM menu.
  • HSSIM stands for Standing Instruction Maintenance.
  • Note that for giving the standing instructions from TDA accounts(SCSS,MIS and TD) accounts to SB accounts we should not use this menu.
  • For giving the standing instructions for TDA accounts(SCSS,MIS and TD) accounts we have to go for account modification menu and enter the interest credit account as SB account number of the customer and submit and verify in the supervisor.
  • For giving the standing instruction from SB to RD invoke the menu HSSIM and select the function as "ADD" then click on Go as shown

Then the system will ask to enter the following in the header details

  • Select the Standing Instruction Type as "customer induced"
  • Enter the CIF Id of the customer in the field CIF ID.
  • Select the Standing Instruction Frequency as Monthly,date and Previous day as shown
  • Select the field execution time as "B-after change of Date"
  • Enter the filed Next execution date as "give the next execution date" as shown in the figure
Then click on instruction details then the system will ask to enter the following

Debit Entry

  • Select the CCY filed as "INR"(Indian Rupee)
  • Enter the account id of the customer "SB account number of the customer"
  • Select the amt type field as "Fixed"
  • Select Debit/Credit field as "Debit"
  • Enter the amount field "as amount of RD amount" as shown
Then click on Add as shown then the system will ask to enter the following

Credit Entry

Select the CCY filed as "INR"(Indian Rupee)
Enter the account id of the customer "RD account number of the customer"
Select the amt type field as "Fixed"
Select Debit/Credit field as "Credit"
Enter the amount field "as amount of RD amount" as shown
  • Then finally click on submit then the system will generate the standing instruction number as shown
  • Then note down the instruction number and verify the same in the supervisor.
COURTESY:POFINACLE GUIDE

Scrutiny of PLI proposals before accepting - Guidelines

Click Here to view the C.O, Hyderabad instructions dated 10.06.2016. All CPCs should observe the said instructions before forwarding the PLI new proposals to C.O for approval.

A comparison of SB Account Charges in India Post V/s Nationalize Bank

A Comparison of SB Account Charges in India Post V/s Nationalize Bank

At Present 22395 Branches of India Post are working on CBS Platform. We can say India Post has highest no. of branches than any Nationalize Bank. The SB account facility is provided by both India Post and Bank. There are various charges behind it. The following main charges are comprised here.

Now the analysis prove that facilities of India Post are cheaper than any other Bank. This is a satisfaction conclusion that we facilitate our customer with high class services at lower charges.

NJCA Press Statement Regarding 7th CPC and Indefinite Strike

NJCA
National Joint Council of Action
4, State Entry Road, New Delhi – 110055

Press statement.
Dated 9th June, 2016.


The National Joint Council of Action was formed as an apex level organization of the under-mentioned Associations/Federations participating in the negotiating body of the Central Government employees at the National level, called the Joint Consultative Machinery.
All India Railway men Federation.
National Federation of Indian Railway men
All India Defence Employees Federation
Indian National Defence Workers Federation
Confederation of Central Government employees and workers representing the Unions and Associations in all Departments other than Railways and Defence.
National Federation of Postal Employees
Federation of National Postal organizations.
It was formed in the wake of the then UPA Government refusing to enter into any meaningful negotiations with the Employees Federation. In the face of the unprecedented rise in the inflation of the Indian Economy during 2006 -16, the employees demanded the Government to effect wage rise for the emoluments fixed on the basis of the 6th CPC was incapable of meeting the both end of an employee especially at the lowest level. Though under threat the then Government conceded the demand for setting up of the 7th CPC, they stubbornly refused to grant any interim relief or DA merger, which alone would have mitigated the difficulties of the low paid workers When the NDA Government came to power, the NJCA approached them also with a request that the difficulties of the low paid workers in Central Government must be appreciated and the demand for Interim Relief or DA merger be conceded. The NDA Government too did not respond to the plea made by the NJCA.

The 7th CPC which was set up in Feb. 2014 was to submit its report in August, 2016. However, at the intervention of the Government, the report was further delayed and it ultimately reached the Government only in November, 2015. Their recommendations were to be effective from 1.1.2016. Except setting up an empowered Committee of Secretaries, the Government did not do anything so far on the report. It is now more than six months the report is with the Government. Normally the revised allowances which form part and parcel of the salary of the employees are granted with prospective effect i.e. from the date of the issue of the orders. The delay in taking decision on the report will rob the employees of the increased allowances for ever. This apart, the report of the 7th CPC was totally disappointing as it did not address any of the issues projected before them in a proper manner and most of the demands were rejected sans reasoning and logic. The increase they recommended was a paltry 14%, the lowest any Pay Commission had ever suggested. The NJCA in a detailed memorandum submitted on 10th December, 2015, conveyed to the Government as to how the recommendations on all major issues were bereft of logic and reasoning and suggested as to what improvements were required thereon. The NJCA had been pursuing to have a meaningful negotiation and settlement of the issues. Except hearing the leaders, the empowered Committee did not go further. It acted as if it was powerless and the final decision will have to be taken by the Government. At the request of the Cabinet Secretary on Ist March, 2016, when the NJCA deferred the strike action which was to commence in April, 2016.

As there had been no fruitful negotiations or discussions and having realized that the Government has no intention to settle the Charter of demands, the NJCA decided to serve the notice for an Indefinite strike action on 9th June, 2016. Accordingly, all the constituent organizations have served the strike notice today to their respective heads of Departments. The indefinite strike will commence on 11th July, 2016, if no satisfactory settlement is brought about on the charter of demands (which is enclosed).

About 35 lakh workers and employees belonging to various Departments of the Government of India will participate in the strike action, which is to commence on11th July, 2016. It will certainly be the largest participated strike action of the Central Civil Servants of the country since its independence. The determination of the Minimum wage on the basis of Dr. Aykhroyd formula enunciated in 1957 to which the Government of India was a party is the most significant issue in the charter of demands. A right settlement thereon will have far reaching impact in the wage determination of the entire working class in the country. The confrontation is between the forces who wanted India to be the destination for cheap labour and others who fight against the exploitation.

The new Contributory Pension scheme introduced by the Government in 2004 has made one third of the Civil servants unsure of their entitlement at the evening of their life even though they were to contribute huge sums from their wages every month compulsorily. The PFRDA bill became an Act in the country as the members of Parliament both belonging to NDA and UPA voted in favour of the loot of the workers. Even the recommendation made by the Standing Committee of the Parliament to provide for a minimum guaranteed annuity pension was rejected when the Bill was passed. The other issue which must have a satisfactory settlement in the charter of demands is about the contributory pension scheme.

There was perhaps only one and only one positive recommendation made by the 7th CPC. That was to give some relief in the pension entitlement of the past pensioners. The Government has now proposed to reject that recommendation on the specious plea that the relevant records required for the verification of the claim of the individual pensioners especially those retired long time back may not be available with the Government. The Government is duty bound to accept the recommendation of the Commission it has appointed. If the Government chooses to accept such also untenable advices from whichever quarter it emanates, it would not only be unfortunate but will make the strike action an imminent inevitability. While the NJCA hopes that the good counsel will prevail upon the Government to avert the strike action, it appeals all its constituents and through them all Central Government employees to go ahead with the preparation of the strike action, which is slated to commence from 11th July, 2016 with courage and determination.
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SHIV GOPAL MISHRA
CONVENER