The Divisional Secretary,
AIPEU P III,
KARUR Divisional branch,
KARUR HO 639
Sub: Proposal for the implementation of Cadre
I take this opportunity to suggest the following
towards the implementation of the proposed Cadre restructuring in Group C, in
2. The main aim of our union should be to protect the interest
of our staff, especially dislocation of staff. The majority of the staff will
have no monetary benefits, as they may be in receipt of the respective grade
pay. If at all any dislocation is
absolutely necessary, it should be within the division only.
3. After the identification of the posts in all cadres as per
the decided norms, the posts should be distributed to the divisions, so that
the posts are to be filled up by the concerned SP/SSP. Then only the
dislocation will be minimum.
4. Against the available posts allotted to the division, the
posts are to be filled by the officials as per their seniority in the
divisional gradation list, starting from the senior most official. This will
ensure the further promotion of the senior officials, when an opportunity
comes. The rest of the officials of the same grade pay, who cannot be
accommodated in posts, should be allowed to be continue in their present posts.
5. If the number of posts are more than the officials of the
required grade pay, the senior officials of the next lower grade pay will be
upgraded to the required grade pay, and they will be posted against the
remaining posts. If the posts are allocated to the division, those officials
would be posted within the division.
6. For example, if the number of LSG posts allotted to our
division is 50 and the number of officials available in Grade pay 2800 is 45,
the officials in GP 2800 will be posted against the 45 posts. The senior most 5
P.A.s in GP 2400 will be elevated to GP 2800 and will be posted against the
resultant 5 vacancies, within the division. In this case the 5 officials may
opt for this, since their posting is within the division. If the allocation of
posts to the division is not done, those officials will have to go to other
divisions, in which case there are chances for the officials to decline this.
This may lead to the denial of further promotions under MACPS.
7. On the other hand, if the LSG posts allotted is 45 and the
number of officials in GP 2800 is 50, then the senior most 45 officials would
be posted in the 45 posts, and the remaining officials should be allowed to
continue in their present posts.
8. I suggest the following towards the identification of
posts and posting of officials.
9. The total number of HSG (NFG) is 26 which are to be
created. There are 24 officials in regular HSG I cadre who have completed 2
years of service and due to be elevated to HSG (NFG). All the posts at which
those 24 officials are presently working may be identified as HSG (NFG) and the
officials may be allowed to be continue in their present post. This has been
done in Orissa circle.
10. For HSG I, the total number of posts after cadre
restructuring is 238. The number of posts already available in HSG I is 141. As
suggested, out of 103 available in HSG II posts 97 posts can be upgraded to
HSG, which makes the total of 238. The officials already working in regular HSG
I cadre may be allowed to continue in their posts. The remaining posts should
be distributed to divisions as already suggested. In divisions, the posts may
be filled by the senior most officials in the GP of 4600, and in the event of
shortage of officials in GP 4600, the senior most officials in GP 4200 may be
elevated to the GP 4600 at divisional level.
One post in each HO can be identified for HSG I, besides the existing
one, which may give the required shortfall of 97 posts, as there are more than
100 H.O.s in the circle. The post of In-charge, BPC may also be considered for
11. For HSG II, the total number of posts after cadre
restructuring is 961. Out of the available 103 posts, 97 has been upgraded to
HSG I as mentioned in para 10 above. There are 6 posts remaining and 955 posts
are to be identified in the circle. As suggested, 344 SPM posts in triple hand
offices and 587 LSG posts can be upgraded to HSG II. Only 24 posts have to be
identified from the existing P.A.posts. Considering the sensitiveness in CBS,
APMs (SB) of bigger H.O.s may be identified for HSG II. Also one official for
CPCs having a huge number of active policies may be identified for HSG II. The
Post of APM(Accounts) where there are two accountant posts may also be
12. For LSG, the total number of posts after cadre restricting
is 2967. As suggested, 1188 single hand offices and 640 double hand offices and
totally there are 1828 offices. The difference of 1139 posts is to be
identified. I suggest that the following posts may be identified for LSG. The number
of posts is not known.
the posts of Treasurer and Asst Treasurer
official to each HO for CPC, quality checker. For offices having a huge number
of policies, more than one post may be identified.
Additional Supervisor for each HO to work as APM (SB),considering the sensitiveness
posts of OA in the office of SP/SSP to deal sensitive branches such as
13. It should be noted that all posts in HSG I/HSG II/LSG/single
handed/double handed/triple handed are available in all divisions almost evenly
distributed. The posts are to be identified in LSG. If the posts mentioned in
para 12 supra are identified for LSG, those posts are also available in all
divisions, which will be evenly distributed. In this case, the dislocation will
14. The above proposal may be discussed in length at the meeting
in Chennai and a final decision may be taken, keeping in mind that the posts
are to be available in all divisions, and there is no dislocation beyond the
division. Also it is to be noted that identification of posts within the
division would be easy, since the gradation list for officials of all grade pay
are maintained at divisional level only.
15. Thanking you, comrade
1.NFPE FEDERAL SECRETARIAT கூட்ட முடிவின்படி GDS ஊழியருக்கான
உயர்த்தப்பட்ட போனஸ் வழங்க வேண்டியும், கேசுவல் ஊழியர்க ளுக்கான 1.1.2006 முதலான உயர்த்தப்பட்ட ஊதியம் வழங்க வேண்டியும் நவம்பர் 9,10-2016 இரண்டுநாட்கள்
2.ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழு தொடர்பான ஊதிய முரண்பாடுகள் குறித்த புகார்களை
தெரிவிக்க ஏற்படுத்தப்பட்டுள்ள Departmental Anomaly Committeeமுன்பாக பிரச்சினைகளை எடுத்துக் பேசிட, எதிர்வரும் 12.10.2016 க்குள் சென்று சேர்ந்திடுமாறு நம்முடைய பொதுச் செயலருக்கு அதற்கான பிரச்சினைகளை அனுப்பிடவேண்டும் என்று கொள்ளப்பட்டுள்ளது.
எனவே கால தாமதம் இன்றி ஊதியக் குழு தொடர்பான முரண்பாடுகளை நமது அஞ்சல் மூன்று பொதுச்செயலருக்கு அனுப்பி வைத்திட கோட்ட /கிளை செயலர்கள்/மாநிலச் சங்க நிர்வாகிகள்
இதனை இதர ஊழியர்கள் அனைவருக்கும் தெரிவிக்க வேண்டுகிறோம். பின்னர் தங்களுக்குத் தெரியாது என்று எந்த ஊழியர்களும் கூறிட வேண்டாம் என்று கேட்டுக் கொள்கிறோம்.
FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi - 110001
NFPE FEDERAL SECRETARIAT MEETING
The Federal Secretariat
meeting of NFPE was held at New Delhi on 27.09.2016 under the presidentship of
Com. Giriraj Singh, President, NFPE. Representatives of all affiliated
organisations attended the meeting. Com. M. Krishnan, Ex-Secretary General
& Secretary General, Confederation also attended and guided the discussion
and decisions. Com. R. N. Parashar, Secretary General, NFPE reported the
non-grant of enhanced bonus to GDS and the efforts made by NFPE leadership to
settle the issue. He also reported the non-settlement of payment of arrears to
casual Labourers inspite of orders issued by Directorate. Com. Parashar,
reported the details discussion he had with Shri. D. Theagarajan, Secretary
General FNPO and placed the following proposal of PJCA before the Secretariat
programme of action culminating in two days nation wide strike on 9th &
10th November 2016 exclusively on the bonus demand of GDS and
revision of wages of casual labourers.
Secretariat after detailed discussion decided to implement the decision of
PJCA. Accordingly the Federatl Secretariat calls upon all
Branch/Divisional/Circle Secretaries of NFPE affiliated Unions/Associations and
also AIPEU-GDS to make the agitational programmes and two days strike cent
percent success. (PJCA Circular published separately)
COM. DES RAJ SHARMA
Before commencement of
the meeting, the National Secretariat paid respectful homage to Late Com. Des
Raj Sharma, Ex-General Secretary, P-IV CHQ & Ex-Deputy Secretary General,
NFPE. The Secretary General and all other participants mentioned about the unforgettable
contributions made by Com. Des Raj Sharma and also his sufferings for
strengthening P-4 Union, NFPE and Confederation. The National Secretariat
expressed it heart-felt condolences and offered two minutes silence.
ANOMALY COMMITTEE – DEPARTMENT OF POSTS
General reported the communication received from the Department regarding
constituition of Departmental Anomaly Committee. The following will represent
NFPE in the Committee against the 5 seats allotted to NFPE. Com. R. N. Parashar
(SG & GS – P3), Com. Giriraj Singh (GS-R3) Com. R. Seethalakshmi (GS-P4),
Com. P. Suresh (GS-R4) Com. Pranab Bhattacharjee (Admin Union).
It is decided that all General Secretaries should submit the
items to be included in the agenda of the Anomaly Committee to Com. Giriraj
Singh, Secretary, JCM (DC) staff side on or before 15.10.2016.Branch/Divisional/Circle Secretaries should submit the items to their
respective General Secretaries before 12.10.2016.
MEETING WITH CHAIRMAN GDS COMMITTEE
Chairman GDS committee
has invited NFPE for final interaction before finalizing the recommendations.
Accordingly, Com. R. N. Parashar, Secretary General, NFPE and Com. P.
Panduranga Rao, General Secretary, AIPEU-GDS, shall attend the meeting on 7th October