Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Comparative study of TRCA Fixed for seniors and juniors in respect of GDS [Directorate Reply]

Directorate has replied on Comparative study of TRCA fixed seniors and juniors in r/o of GDS

Request for attachment of Mahila Pradhan Kshetriya Bachat Yojana Agents to BO [Reply from Directorate FS Division]

The Proposal / request was examined at Directorate, in detail in consultation with Circles and the same was found not viable.

Final All India Seniority List of Inspector Posts for the year 2001 and 2002 [Directorate]

Click below link to download the order copy on Final All India Seniority List of Inspector Posts for the year 2001 and 2002 released by DOP

Annual Inspection Programme of Members,postal services Board & Addl.DG (Coord.) for the inspection year 2019

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Duration of time fixed as 150 days after which the Speed Post articles is to be treated as lost [BD & MD - Directorate]

The maximum period after which the Speed Post article will be treated as lost has been fixed as 150 days from the date of booking of article provided that a complaint is lodged within the period prescribed for lodging the complaint and e-search bill enquiry has been made and concluded as per instructions issued vide ibid letter of PG Division

Speed post facility halted in Barak

SILCHAR: The speed post facility under the department of posts has come to a standstill across Barak Valley for more than a week.

People visiting post offices to send documents via speed post have had to return confused over the last week. What has compounded the confusion is that front desk officials at the post offices have been unable to explain to customers why the speed post facility is unavailable.

When contacted, a senior official at the Silchar head post office said that the problem has come about because of a delay in supply of bar-coded stickers from Guwahati. Saying that around 800 speed post packets get booked from here on an average day, he added, “We have been managing with limited stock of bar-coded stickers. But it is highly uncertain how long we can carry on accepting the items for dispatching.”

The official added, “The indent for supply of bar-coded stickers has already been sent to concerned officials in Guwahati and the stickers are likely to be available soon.”

In reply to a question on the delay in delivery of mails and documents, including mails carrying Aadhar cards, a postal official said the delay is inadvertent since the department is going through a transition phase. However, some customers allege that the situation might be an attempt to push people towards private courier services.

PM dedicates Bogibeel bridge to the nation; flags off first passenger train

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Prime Minister's Office

25 DEC 2018 4:32PM by PIB Delhi
PM dedicates Bogibeel bridge to the nation; flags off first passenger train

The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, today dedicated the Bogibeel bridge in Assam, to the nation. The bridge, which spans the River Brahmaputra between Dibrugarh and Dhemaji districts of Assam, is of immense economic and strategic significance for the nation. At a massive public meeting in Kareng Chapori, on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra,the Prime Minister also flagged off the first passenger train passing through the bridge.

Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister paid homage to the famous Assamese singer Deepali Borthakur, who passed away recently. He also paid homage to many other famous and historical figures from the State, who have brought laurels for the State and the country in various fields. He greeted the people on the occasion of Christmas. He said that today is the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and is also celebrated as "Sushaasan Divas" or "Good Governance Day".

The Prime Minister said that for the last four and a half years, the Union Government has pursued the objective of good governance. He said the dedication of the historic Bogibeel rail-cum-road bridge, is a symbol of this objective. He said this bridge is a marvel of engineering and technology, and is of immense strategic significance. He said this bridge reduces distances between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. He said it would greatly enhance "ease of living" in this region. The Prime Minister said that this bridge had been a dream for the people of this region for generations, and is now a reality. He said that Dibrugarh is an important centre of healthcare, education and commerce in the region, and the people living north of the Brahmaputra, can now access this city, more conveniently.

The Prime Minister appreciated all those involved in the construction of the bridge.

He recalled that in May 2017, he had also dedicated the country's longest road bridge, the Bhupen Hazarika Bridge at Sadia in Assam, to the nation.

The Prime Minister noted that while only three bridges were built over the Brahmaputra river in 60-70 years, three more have been completed in the last four and a half years alone. Another five, he said, are in progress. He said this enhanced connectivity between the northern and southern banks of the Brahmaputra, is an element of good governance. He said this pace of development will transform the North-East.

The Prime Minister spoke of the Union Government's vision of Transformation through Transportation. He said the infrastructure in the country is growing today at a rapid pace.

The Prime Minister complimented the State Government of Assam for its efforts towards completing pending projects. He said almost 700 kilometres of National Highways have been completed in four and a half years. He also mentioned several other connectivity related projects in the North-Eastern region. He said that a strong and progressive Eastern India, is the key to a strong and progressive India. Besides infrastructure, the Prime Minister mentioned several initiatives such as Ujjwala, and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, which have seen rapid progress in Assam.

The Prime Minister said that today, the youth of the country, from the far-flung areas, is bringing laurels for India. Mentioning the famous athlete of Assam, Hima Das, he said youth are now becoming symbols of the self-confidence of New India.

The Prime Minister said that the Government is making efforts to build infrastructure for India's future needs.



Shri Gautam Bhattacharya ( IPoS-1987) joined as Chief Postmaster General , W.B Circle

Shri Gautam Bhattacharya ( IPoS-1987) joined as Chief Postmaster General, W.B Circle

Apply for the Post of GDS in Hariyana Circle - Last date : 02/01/2019

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Last date of Submission: Haryana Circle - 02/01/2019

The candidates who applied earlier in pursuance of Haryana Postal Circle Notification no. Staff/75-2/Filling Up/GDS/I/2016 dated 06.04.2017, should apply online afresh based on their earlier Registration number by them in response to this notification. However fee paid by them earlier can be utilized now also.

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