20th meeting of Postal Sports Board held at Chennai on 05th July 2010. After the said meeting the Items N o.2,12,18,31,39,44 and 48 were referred to a Committee headed by CPMG, Tamilnadu Circle vide directorate letter dated 16/07/2010 for its consideration and submission of a report. The Committee after examination of the issues, submitted its report on 16/09/2010 which has been further considered by the competent authority and as a result thereof, the following order is issued by the directorate vide memo No.2-01/2009-WL/Sports dated 01/11/2010.
Item No. 2 Enhancement of Kit allowance to `.1000/-
The kit allowance will be enhanced form `.500/- to `.750/- for first time participation and thereafter from `.250/- to `.500/- per year.
Item No. 12. In the matter of appointment to higher grade, age relaxation to be given in labor of Gramin Dak Sevaks having played at State/National level.
As per instruction contained in GOI, DOPT's OM No. 15012/3/84-Estt.(D) dated 12th November, 1987, meritorious sports persons satisfying the provisions contained in para 1(a) of the OM dated 04.08.1980 are allowed relaxation in upper age limit up to a maximum of 5 years (10 years in case of SC/ST) for the purpose of appointment to all Groups of Civil posts. In the light of these instructions, there is need for any further relaxation in the matter of recruitment against sports quota.
Item No. 18 Participation of regularly appointed Gramin Dak Sevaks in All India Postal meets even if they do not complete six months of service.
Regularly appointed Gramin Dak Sevaks will be permitted to participated in All India Postal tournaments.
Item No. 31 On the analogy of individual events where cash award is given for achieving 3rd position in All India Postal Tournaments, it may be extended in case of team events where cash award, at present, is being restricted only in case of teams achieving first and second position.
Status quo to continue.
Item No. 39 The training period should be of 14 days in connection with participation in All India competitions.
This issue will be examined when our teams will start participating in National level tournaments and will show good performance.
Item No. 44 Organizing National games by major Circles in every five years.
The proposal did not find favour.
Item No. 48 Grant of financial assistance to employees whose wards are showing excellence in sports.
For participation in the international level tournament, cash award of `.10,000/- may be given. For excellence in National level tournament and procurement of 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions, an award of `.5000/-may be given. For mere participation at National level event, consolation award of `.1000/- may be given.
This will take effect form the date of issue and no past case will be reopened.