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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Married Son is eligible for Compassionate appointment - Clarification

Click here to view the clarification issued by Dept of Personnel and Training on the above subject matter.

Notification for Direct Recruitment to the cadre of MTS in AP Circle

CPMG AP Circle Hyderabad has  issued notification inviting applications from the desirous & eligible candidates to fill up the posts of Multi Tasking Staff in various Postal/RMS Divisions and Administrative offices in Andhra Pradesh Postal Circle in the pay Band of Rs.5200-20200 (PB-1) + Grade Pay Rs.1800/-. Last date for payment of examination fee is  21.03.2015.
Click here to view the notification. 

Saturday, February 28, 2015

DHARNA HELD ON 27-02-2015.

As per JCA call, as 3rd phase of programme dharna has been conducted at regional office ,o\o the CPMG,Hyderabad-1,Telangana state.Dharna programme organised by com.K.Ramachandram,convenor,postal coordination comm,AP circle.Dharna camp precided by RJ.Madhusudan rao,chairmaan coordination committee.Dharna camp inaugurated by com.T.Satyanarayana,general secretary,postal accounts.He elaborately spoken on the demands and on department policies and also on the attitude of the govt towards central govt employees.
                           All the divisional secretaries, branch secretaries and active comrades from Hyderabd region and city region participated in this programme from NFPE and FNPO.




















Saturday, February 21, 2015

EMPLOYEE CAN'T BE KEPT UNDER SUSPENSION FOR OVER 3 MONTHS: SUPREME COURT.

The Economic Times  17.2.2015

NEW DELHI: Supreme Court has prescribed that a government employee cannot be kept under suspension for over 90 days in the absence of a charge sheet against him as such persons "suffer the ignominy of insinuations, the scorn of society and the derision of their Department".

Observing that "protracted period of suspension of delinquent government employee has become a norm", a bench of Justices Vikramajit Sen and C Nagappan said suspension, specially preceding formulation of charges, was essentially transitory or temporary in nature and must be of short duration.

"If it is for an indeterminate period or if its renewal is not based on sound reasoning contemporaneously available on the record, this would render it punitive in nature," it said.

Dwelling on the issue, the bench observed that "the suspended person suffering the ignominy of insinuations, the scorn of society and the derision  of his Department, has to endure this excruciation even before he is formally charged with some misdemeanor, indiscretion or offence.

"His torment is his knowledge that if and when charged, it will inexorably take an inordinate time for the inquisition or inquiry to come to its culmination, that is to determine his innocence or iniquity.

"Much too often this has now become an accompaniment to retirement. Indubitably the sophist will nimbly counter that our Constitution does not explicitly guarantee either the right to a speedy trial even to the incarcerated, or assume the presumption of innocence to the accused," the bench said.

Accordingly, it directed that "the currency of a suspension order should not extend beyond three months if within this period the Memorandum of Charges/ Charge sheet is not served on delinquent officer/employee; if Memorandum of Charges/Charge sheet is served a reasoned order must be passed for the extension of the suspension."

The apex court's judgement came on a petition by defence estate officer Ajay Kumar Choudhary, who was suspended in 2011 for allegedly issuing wrong no-objection certificates for the use of approximately four acres of land in Kashmir.
Based on the findings given in the verdict, it said the officer can challenge his continued suspension.

"So far as the facts of the present case are concerned, the Appellant has now been served with a Charge sheet and therefore, these directions may not be relevant to him any longer.  "However, if the Appellant is so advised he may challenge his continued suspension in any manner known to law, and this action of the Respondents will be subject to judicial review," the bench said.




Based on the findings given in the verdict, it said the officer can challenge his continued suspension.

"So far as the facts of the present case are concerned, the Appellant has now been served with a Charge sheet and therefore, these directions may not be relevant to him any longer.  "However, if the Appellant is so advised he may challenge his continued suspension in any manner known to law, and this action of the Respondents will be subject to judicial review," the bench said.



DHARNA ON 20-2-15 .

Dharna camp inaugrated by comrad Ramchanderam,convener,state postal cordination committee and all India president,AIPEU admin unit and spoken on the issues which are concerned with the postal employees on 40 charted of demands and also D.A.S.V.Prasad,circle secretary,AIPEU Grp-c and Venugoapl Reddy,regional representative,CLS 3 union,FNPO  spoken on this occasion.
                   
                           Comrad T,Sureshkumar and CH.Sridarswami indetail explained on the demands in lenthy on which the dharna is taken place.Comrad Ashwakhussain ,Comrad Hanumanthu,Comrade Srinivas ,Comrade B.Narasimha and Advaitkumar spoken on this occasion.

                            Comrade M.Krishna,president,AIPEU ,GR.C,precided over this dharna camp.

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