Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Result of LGO Exam held on 09.12.2018 - Haryana Circle

Result of LGO Exam held on 09.12.2018 - Haryana Circle















Result of LGO Exam held on 09.12.2018 - HP Circle

Result of LGO Exam held on 09.12.2018 - HP Circle





















Merit list of LDCE for promotion of LGO to the cadre of PAs/SAs for the Vacancies of the year 2016-17, 2017-18 & 2018 held on 9.12.2018 - TN Circle

Name of the Division Click the link below Click the link below
1. Arakonam Paper I

Paper II

2. Chengalpattu Paper I

Paper II

3. Chennai City Central Paper I

Paper II

4. Chennai City North Paper I

Paper II

5. Chennai City South Paper I

Paper II

6. Kanchipuram Paper I

Paper II

7. Pondicherry Paper I

Paper II

8. Tambaram Paper I

Paper II

9. Tiruvannamalai Paper I

Paper II

10. Vellore Paper I

Paper II

11. Chennai GPO Paper I

Paper II

12. Anna Road HPO Paper I

Paper II

13. Cuddalore Paper I

Paper II

14. Karur Paper I

Paper II

15. Kumbakonam Paper I

Paper II

16. Mayiladuthurai Paper I

Paper II

17. Nagapattinam Paper I

Paper II

18. Pattukottai Paper I

Paper II

19. Pudukottai Paper I

Paper II

20. Srirangam Paper I

Paper II

21. Thanjavur Paper I

Paper II

22. Tiruchirappalli Paper I

Paper II

23. Vriddhachalam Paper I

Paper II

24. Dindigul Paper I

Paper II

25. Kanniyakumari Paper I

Paper II

26. Karaikudi Paper I

Paper II

27. Kovilpatti Paper I

Paper II

28. Madurai Paper I

Paper II

29. Ramanathapuram Paper I

Paper II

30. Sivaganga Paper I

Paper II

31. Theni Paper I

Paper II

32. Tirunelveli Paper I

Paper II

33 .Tuticorin Paper I

Paper II

34. Virudhunagar Paper I

Paper II

35. Coimbatore Paper I

Paper II

36. Dharmapuri Paper I

Paper II

37. Krishnagiri Paper I

Paper II

38. Erode Paper I

Paper II

39. Namakkal Paper I

Paper II

40. Nilgiris Paper I

Paper II

41. Pollachi Paper I

Paper II

42. Salem East Paper I

Paper II

43. Salem West Paper I

Paper II

44. Tiruppattur Paper I

Paper II

45. Tirupur Paper I

Paper II

46. RMS CB Dn Paper I

Paper II

47. RMS M Dn Paper I

Paper II

48. RMS T Dn Paper I

Paper II

49. RMS Chennai Sorting Dn< Paper I

Paper II

Pros and Cons and Picture of benefits of Postmaster cadre committee Draft report

Pros and Cons of Postmaster cadre committee draft report recommendations.

Because of meagre promotional opportunities, acute stagnation and lack of competitive exams in PM cadre committee it was recommended to merge the PM cadre with General line as on date of LDCE result declaration or DPC promotion order.

Now let's list out the pros and cons of the draft report recommendations.

Pros

1. Most of the anomalies faced by the senior most opted PM cadre officials from LSG/HSG II/HSG cadre were redressed and their inter-se seniority was fixed than GL juniors.

2. Instead of 29 Sr.PM posts to PM III officials, committee take up the matter to give nearly 3000 HSG I NFG posts. Both are equal pay and all aged PM III senior officials can be posted within their native divisions without throwing at other circles if Sr.PM posts given.

3. Opted officials shall get HSG II /HSG I notional promotions after 3 years each according to the RR relaxation note.

4. All PM cadre officials can be retained in the same office if willing.

5. PS Group B exam chance is open.

6. All can get General Transfer and all promotions upto HSG I NFG within their same native divisions.

7. Because of retaining non operated 116 Sr.PM posts with PS Gr B establishment again Sr.PM posts shall be restored with old pay of Rs.5400/-

Cons

1. It was inadvertantly/accidentally omitted to recommend the same RR relaxation condition of 3 years to LDCE PM Grade officials too at par with opted officials.

2.If final report is implemented without correcting the same then junior LSG shall get HSG II promotion than merged PM Grade I senior officials.
For example if 2011 LDCE PM I is merged with LSG from 2011 there is no recommendation to promote them after 3 years. So those junior LSG officials of 2012, 2013 shall get HSG II after 3 years by 2015, 2016 respectively whereas 2011 PM merged with LSG though senior shall get HSG II after 2017.

3. No recommendation was found to retain the same 6% PS Gr B LDCE quota.

4. No recommendation was found to retain PM cadre officials in the PM Grade offices during further RTs if they willing to be worked as postmaster grade offices.

5. Modalities to complete Cadre restructuring of 116 Sr.PM posts was left.

Conclusion.

1.If 3 years service relaxed service condition is extended LDCE PM cadre officials upto 2013(that means upto HSG II RR date) then most the PM cadre officials shall get HSG II and even HSG I. AIAPS will do the needful. It is very vital proposal of AIAPS and we cannot accept merge if this is not implemented.

2. For 2014 and 2015 batch PM Grade officials also their stagnation is eliminated and all shall get HSG II as per RR and seniority than Gr C CR officials. AIAPS shall take steps one by one and Committee also suggested to resolve the new issues one by one after merger.

3. PS Gr B restructure is on the way. So By adding Sr.PM posts and doing cadre restructure of PS Gr B posts we shall get nearly 50% more PS Gr B chances than we are having as of now.

Above all this is just draft report not final one. So In our final report submission to directorate, AIAPS shall take up all these points and any other comments/suggestions are also most welcomed to AIAPS email I'd gs.aiaps@gmail.com on or before 27.2.2019.

Picture of benefits of this merger proposal for the PM cadre officials from 2004 to 2015

1. From 2004 to 2010 batch LSG (FTP and DPC) line opted Postmaster Grade I officials shall get HSG I NFG with Rs.4800 grade pay immediately.

2. 2011 batch LSG (FTP or DPC) line opted officials shall get HSG I immediately from their PM Grade II posts.

3. 2011 batch LDCE PMs shall get HSG II promotion notionally on 2014 and HSG I immediately with two stepped up grade pay Rs.4600/-.

4. 2012 batch LDCE PMs shall get HSG II promotion notionally on 2015 and HSG I in the year 2020 with two stepped up grade pay Rs.4600/-.

5. 2013 batch LDCE PMs including special batch Kerala Postmasters shall get HSG II promotion notionally on 2016 and HSG I in the year 2021 with two stepped up higher grade pay Rs.4600/-.

6. 2014 batch LDCE PMs shall get HSG II on 2020 and HSG I in the year 2025 without any delay and stagnation. They can appear PS Gr B exams immediately.

7. 2015 batch LDCE PMs shall get HSG II on 2021 and HSG I in the year 2026 without any delay and stagnation. They can appear PS Gr B exams from the year 2020.

Besides that till such HSG II promotion they can be retained in Postmaster cadre offices if they are willing.

Now say who is not willing to get HSG I higher pay of Rs.4600 when with PM cadre we can get maximum pay of Rs.4200 only that too after 2 to 3 years of struggle and court cases.

- AIAPS CHQ

Change of holiday on 04.03.2019 under Telangana Circle


Govt. Order on-Reservation for Handicapped (Persons with Disability) in engagement of Gramin Dak Sevaks

Govt. Order on-Reservation for Handicapped (Persons with Disability) in engagement of GDSs










Induction Training Calendar for 1st Quarter (April, 19 to June 2019) of 2019-2020 at PTC Darbhanga, Bihar

Induction Training Calendar for 1st Quarter (April, 19 to June 2019) of 2019-2020

Treatment of period of Leave towards minimum residency period for in-situ promotion under Modified Flexible Complimenting Scheme (MFCS) – DOPT

AB 14017/32/2013-Estt.(RR)
Government of India
Department of Personnel and Training
New Delhi, the 25th February, 2019

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Treatment of period of Leave towards minimum residency period for in-situ promotion under Modified Flexible Complimenting Scheme (MFCS)

The undersigned is directed to refer to DoPT OM of even number dated 30.07.2014 regarding the subject mentioned above. Representations have been received seeking clarifications regarding treatment of Child Care Leave as per extant instructions towards minimum residency period.

2. The matter has been examined in consultation with Department of Science and Technology and the following clarification is issued:

Clause (v) of Para 4 of OM AB 14017/32/2013-Estt.(RR) dated 30.07.2014 may be replaced with the following clauses:

“(v) Earned Leave for a total period of not exceeding 180 days (for 3 year residency period), 210 days (for 4 year residency period) and 240 days (for 5 year residency period) sanctioned as per Leave Rules shall also be taken into account while computing minimum residency period.

(va) Child Care Leave sanctioned as per Rules shall also be taken into account while computing minimum residency period”.

3. For removal of doubts, it is clarified that the above said modifications will be effective from 30.07.2014, i.e. from the date of issue of the said OM.

(G. Jayanthi)
Joint Secretary to the Government of India

In Service Training Calendar for the 1st Quarter (April, 19 to June 2019 of 2019-2020 at PTC Darbhanaga, Bihar


Result of LGO Exam held on 09.12.2018 - Chhattisharh Circle

Result of LGO Exam held on 09.12.2018 - Chhattisharh Circle













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