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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

7th Pay Commission – Second meeting on Allowances on 01.09.2016

7th Pay Commission – Second meeting on Allowances on 01.09.2016
7th Pay Commission – Second meeting on Allowances on 01.09.2016 will be held at Room No. 72 North Block, New Delhi under the Chairmanship of Finance Secretary and Secretary (Expenditure) Committee will seek views of National Joint Council of Action (NJCA).
Department of Expenditure
(Implementation Cell)
Room No.216, Hotel Ashok,
Chankyapuri, New Delhi,
Dated :22/23.08.2016
Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary, National Council (Staff Side), JCM
13C, Feroz Shah Road,
New Delhi.
Subject:Second Meeting of the Committee constituted to examine the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission regarding Allowances.
I am directed to inform that the 2nd Meeting of the Committee on Allowances will be hedl on 01st September, 2016 at 3.00 PM in Room No.72, North Block, New Delhi under the Chairmanship of Finance Secretary & Secretary (Expenditure).
2. I am further directed to inform that the Committee on Allowances has desired to meet the representatives of the National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) in the aforesaid meeting to obtain their views on the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission relating to allowances.
3. You are, therefore, requested to attend the aforesaid meeting with their members of Standing Committee of National Council Staff Side (JCM). The names of the members attending the meeting may please be sent on or before 29th August, 2016 to the undersigned so that necessary arrangements can be made.
Yours sincerely,
(Abhay N.Sahay)
Under Secretary (IC-7th CPC)
Source: AIRF

India Post Payments Bank Incorporated

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Communications & Information Technology

18-August-2016 16:18 IST

India Post Payments Bank Incorporated

The India Post Payments Bank Limited has received the Certificate of Incorporation from the Registrar of Companies, Ministry of Corporate Affairs yesterday under the Companies Act 2013. This would be the first PSU under the Department of Posts. This has happened in the wake of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s Independence Day address, raising the expectations of the people from the soon to be set up India Post Payments Bank. With this move the Department of Posts has cleared an important milestone on this journey.

With the incorporation, the Board of the India Post Payments Bank Limited is likely to be constituted soon. The incorporation of the IPPB Ltd is a significant step forward as this also paves the way for the bank to begin hiring of banking professionals to set up the bank and begin its operations in 2017. The Department of Posts is expected to complete the roll out of its branches all over the country by September 2017. This could be the fastest roll out for a bank anywhere in the world. 

The aspiration for the India Post Payments Bank is to become the most accessible bank in the world riding on state of the art banking and payments technology. Coupled with the physical presence across 1.55 lakh post offices and the reach of “The Dakiya”, the India Post Payments Bank aims to become a powerful and effective vehicle of real financial inclusion in the country. It is poised to create a national payments architecture riding on a modern payments platform and ubiquitous information and communication technologies that can be accessed by all users and service providers like never before. The stakeholders of the India Post Payments Bank within the Government and outside are looking at this new entity as a catalyst to social and financial inclusion. 

R S Sodhi Independent Director, IPPB

Name : R S Sodhi
Independent Director, IPPB

Previous :
Education IRMA

Experience :
June 2010 – (6 years 3 months)

June 2004 – June 2010 (6 years 1 month)
working with GCMMF for the last 32 yrs. joined as Sr Executive(sales),
Worked in sales at for 12 yrs at various positions and locations.

Since 1994 working at corporate HQ at Anand, at various positions as Group Product manager , AGM ( Mktg) , GM ( Mktg), Chief General Manager, was responsible for Marketing , Sales, commercial , Purchase ,IT etc.

General Manager (Marketing)
April 2000 – May 2004 (4 years 2 months)
Responsible for marketing of dairy products

Skills : 
FMCG Business Strategy Key Account Management Food Agribusiness Dairy Dairy Products HACC PTeam Management Distributed Team Management Agriculture Quality Assurance Market Research Food Industry New Business Development Food Processing

Education :
1980 – 1982
Govt school sector 3, R K Puram, New Delhi
1975 – 1980

Instructions regarding timely issue of Charge-sheet – DoPT Orders on 23.8.2016

Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
Establishment A-III Desk
North Block, New Delhi — 110001

Dated August 23, 2016

Subject: Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965 – instructions regarding timely issue of Charge-sheet – regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to DoP&T’s O.M. No.11012/17/2013-Estt.A-III dated 3rd July, 2015 on the above mentioned subject and to say that in a recent case, Ajay Kumar Choudhary vs Union of India Civil Appeal No. 1912 of 2015 dated 16/02/2015, the Apex Court has directed as follows:

“14 We, therefore, direct that the currency of a Suspension Order should not extend beyond three months if within this period the Memorandum of Charges/Chargesheet is not served on the delinquent officer/employee; if the Memorandum of Charges/Charge sheet is served a reasoned order must be passed for the extension of the suspension. As in the case in hand, the Government is free to transfer the concerned person to any Department in any of its offices within or outside the State so as to sever any local or personal contact that he may have and which he may misuse for obstructing the investigation against him. The Government may also prohibit him from contacting any person, or handling records and documents till the stage of his having to prepare his defence Furthermore, the direction of the Central Vigilance Commission that pending a criminal investigation departmental proceedings are to be held in abeyance stands superseded in view of the stand adopted by us.”

2. In compliance of the above judgement, it has been decided that where a Government servant: is placed under suspension, the order of suspension should not extend beyond three months, if within this period the charge-sheet is not served to the charged officer. As such, it should be ensured that the charge sheet is issued before expiry of 90 days from the date of suspension. As the suspension will lapse in case this time line is not adhered to, a close watch needs to be kept at all levels to ensure that charge sheets are issued in time.

3. It should also be ensured that disciplinary proceedings are initiated as far as practicable in cases where an investigating agency is seized of the matter or criminal proceedings have been launched. Clarifications in this regard have already been issued vide O.M. No. 11012/6/2007-Estt.A-Ill dated 21.07.2016.

4. All Ministries/ Departments/Offices’ are requested to bring the above guidelines to the notice of all Disciplinary Authorities under their control.

5. Hindi version will follow.

(Mukesh Chaturvedi)
Director (E)

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

2016 AUGUST 16TH, 17TH & 18TH - CHENNAI
Circular No.1/2016-19                                                                                 Dated: 19-08-2016
                   The Diamond Jubilee Year (1956-2016) 25th National Conference of the Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers was successfully held at Chennai, Dharmaprakash Kalyana Mandapam, from 16th to 18th August, 2016.   The auditorium was named as “Com.S.K.Vyasji Auditorium” in memory of the great legendary leader of Central Govt. employees and Ex-Secretary General & President, Confederation Late Com.S.K.Vyas.  The Reception Committee under the able and dynamic leadership of Com. T.K.Rangarajan, MP (Chairman) and Com.Durai Pandian (General Secretary) made excellent arrangement for the successful conduct of the historic conference.
  The 25th National Conference unanimously elected the following as the office bearers (National Secretariat members) of the Confederation of Central Govt. Employees, and Workers for the period 2016-2019.
1.    President                           :      Com.KKN Kutty (ITEF)
2.    Working President           :      Com.M.S.Raja (Audit & Accounts Association)
3.    Vice Presidents                :      1.   Com.T.Narasimhan (NFPE)
                                                           2.   Com.Ashok Kanojia (ITEF)
                                                           3.   Com.Nageswar Rao (Audit & Accounts Assn.)
                                                           4.   Com.Giriraj Singh (NFPE-R3)
                                                           5.   Com.R.Seethalakshmi (Women’s Committee                                                                                               Convenor, P4, NFPE)
4.    Secretary General            :      Com.M.Krishnan (NFPE)
5.    Secretary                            :      Com.Rupak Sarkar (ITEF)
6.    Asst. Secretaries               :      1.   Com.R.N.Parashar (NFPE P3)
                                                           2.   Com.Pijush Roy (COC  West Bengal)
                                                           3.   Com.K.V.Jayaraj (NFAEE, Atomic Energy)
                                                           4.   Com.Ravi B.Nair (ITEF)
                                                           5.   Com.Subhash Chandra Pandey (Audit & Accts.                                                                                  Assn.).
7.    Finance Secretary            :      Com.Vrigu Bhattachargee (Civil Accts.)
8.    Organising Secretary       :      1.   Com.Arup Chatterjee (BSIEA)
                                                           2.   Com.Nilesh D. Nazare (IBMEA)
                                                           3.   Com.Bibhash Dey (GSIEA)
                                                           4.   Com.Balasundaram (GWBEA)
                                                           5.   Com.Shanthanu Bhattacharjee (Civil Accts.)
                                                           6.   Com.Mani Achari (NFAEE)
                                                           7.   Com.S.Santhosh Kumar (NFPE Postal Accts)
                                                           8.   Com.Tapas Bose (Audit & Accts Assn.)
                                                           9.   Com.P.Suresh (NFPE R4)
                                                           10.        Com.TKR Pillai (NSSO)
                                                           11.        Com.Gurprit Singh (DMI Employees Assn.)
                                                           12.        Com.P.Panduranga Rao (NFPE-GDS)
                                                           13.        Com.Gopalakrishnan Nair (Civil Accts)
                                                           14.        Com.Virender Tiwari (NFPE-SBCO)
                                                           15.        Com.J.P.Singh (ITEF)
                                                           16.        Com.R.B.Suresh (COC Tamilnadu)
                                                           17.                                            (COC Karnataka)
                                                           18.                                            (COC Assam/North East)
Special Invitees (Women Sub Committee Office Bearers):
1.    Com.Usha Boneppalli (Chairperson)
2.    Com.Manisha Majumder (Vice Chairperson)
3.    Com.K.N.Jayasree Raj (Vice Chairperson)
4.    Com.Gita Bhattacharjee (Jt. Convenor)
5.    Com.Sarita Divakaran (Jt. Convenor)
        Auditor                               :     Com.R.P.Singh (Agmark) COC Mumbai.
The house authorised the newly elected National Secretariat to fill up the two vacant posts by co-option from COC Karnataka and COC Assam/North East.
National Women’s Convention:
  National Women’s convention of the confederation was held at Chennai on 17-08-2016 along with the 25th National Conference of the confederation.  About 200 women delegates from various states attended the convention.And 'New women's Sub Committee with following office bearers is elected unanimously.
Chairperson                -           Com.  Usha Boneppalli (ITEF) Hyderabad
Vice Chairpersons     -           1)      Com. Manisha Mazumder (printing and stationery, COC West bengal) Kolkata         
                                                   2)      Com. K.N. Jayasree Raj, (Audit and Acc/s Assn. AG’s Office, Bangalore)
Convenor                     -           Com. R. Seethalakshmi (NFPE) Delhi
Joint Convenors         -           1)      Com. Gita Bhattacharjee (NFPE) Delhi
                                                   2)      Com. Sarita Divakaran (NFAEE Atomic Energy, Mumbai)

Friday, August 19, 2016


Dear Comrades of Telangana Postal Circle to note that,the fallowing D.G. rule for formation of separate "Telangana circle union"  with in 3 months from the date of bifurcation(i.e.01-07-2016)of A.P.Circle :--- 
 According to CCS,RSA rules 1993 and related rules &  instructions, which will take effect from 5th november 1993 and compilation of instructions on matters concerning service associations in Department of Posts,D.G (P) No.10-1/2004-SRdt.25-06-2004,para no.XIII in the subject... "ELECTION AND DISPUTES"  column no.3, vide letter no.16-12/73-SR dated 27-07-1973 read as fallows... 
                                                                                                                                         "An elected divisional secretary may be permitted to represent both the divisions when a divisional is bifurcated up to a period of three months from the date of bifurcations which is considered adequate for establishing a new branch or electing new office bearers. Similarly an elected 'Circle Secretary' may be permitted to represent to bifurcated circles for a period of three months" only. 
                                                                                                                                                                         In view of above cited directorate rule, the AIPEU Grop-C "TELANGANA CIRCLE UNION" will have to be formed before the date of  30-09-2016.
                                                                                                                      your's comradely
                                                                                    Secretary, Sec-bad HO


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