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Saturday, October 31, 2015

                      The Govt.of India is going to

 ensure that the recruitment process i.e., conducting written examination or holding of interviews is completed within six months from the closing date of receipt of applications mentioned in the advertisement. 

Inviting comments with reference to the issue of prescribing time limit for holding examinations/ interviews from the date of advertisement for the post under direct recruitment reg.



7th Pay Commission recommendations on LTC – Changes in Expectation on LTC Rules


7th Pay Commission recommendations on LTC – Changes in Expectation on LTC Rules
7th CPC – Modifications in LTC – Expectations…
Everyone knows that Central Government Employees are entitled to avail Leave Travel Concession (LTC) once in two years to visit home town and once in four years to visit any places in India. The employees are reimbursed full expenses for transport from the work station to the place to be visited and back.
Before the sixth CPC was implemented, availing of LTC by the employees was less in number all over India. In order to encourage employees to avail LTC, the Central Government made some impressive modifications in the rules, which saw a huge increase in the percentage of employees going for it. The employees were allowed to travel by air to Jammu & Kashmir and North Eastern States and it continued till June 2015. The modification in the rules that was brought in was the travelling expenses were given in packages depending upon employee’s designation. These visits by the employees saw a huge growth in tourism in these states. It turned out to be a great opportunity for the employees to travel to these places, to know different people, their culture and so on. But for unknown reason, the central government did not extend the orders beyond June 2015.
Home Town LTC: Is it possible to make changes in the Permanent Address of a Central Government Employee?
Those Central Government Employees having their Hometown on the outskirts of their work places, are automatically ineligible for availing LTC Hometown. But they are eligible for the LTC for visiting any other places in India. For the benefit of those employees, in exceptional cases, the CCS Rules (LTC) – Change of Hometown – allows an employee to change the Permanent Address only once in their whole service. The employee can apply for this, through their respective head of sections with detailed documents. A male employee can choose the native place of his wife or vice versa or any other closed relation’s address. Care should be taken while applying for the changes, as the rule allows only once in their whole service. After the changes in the permanent address, the employee can apply for the LTC showing the new address.
Expecting new changes in 7th CPC for availing LTC…
Central Government Employees should be allowed to avail LTC Home Town once in a year and All India LTC once in three years which can bring huge changes in the department of tourism in India. It can motivate the employees to travel, visit different places, to know different people and their working conditions etc. Air travelling should be allowed to all other places in India and can be extended to other neighbouring countries also.
Let us wait and see for the recommendations…!

Till Date About 93 Per Cent of the Adult Residents in India Aquired Unique Identity – Aadhaar on Their own Volition

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Communications & Information Technology
30-October-2015 13:58 IST

Till Date About 93 Per Cent of the Adult Residents in India Aquired Unique Identity – Aadhaar on Their own Volition
Till now, it is found that 93 per cent of the adult residents in India voluntarily acquired and possess Unique Identity – ‘Aadhaar’. To achieve universal Aadhaar coverage, the UIDAI is now focusing on Child enrolment, besides mopping up remaining persons. 

UIDAI having issued first Aadhaar number on 29th September 2010, has till date generated more than 92.68 crore Aadhaar in just five years time. This success has been possible due to people’s voluntary quest to empower themselves with the unique identity that is portable and authenticable online anywhere, anytime on a digital platform. It has been established in no uncertain terms that nobody can fake anybody’s Aadhaar established identity on authentication. Hence, the targeted delivery of direct benefits under various welfare schemes and programmes became a dream come true with Aadhaar proving itself as a strategic policy tool for social and financial inclusion, increasing convenience and promoting hassle-free people-centric governance. 

Out of the 24 States/UTs where UIDAI has been mandated to enrol and issue Aadhaar numbers, it is found that 16 states/UTs have more than 100 per cent adult population saturation with Delhi on the top with 128% followed by Himachal Pradesh (111%), Andhra Pradesh and Telangana (111%), Punjab (110%), Kerala and Haryana (109 % each), Chandigarh and Sikkim (107% each), Jharkhand, Goa and Puducherry (106% each),Tripura (105 %), Rajasthan (103%), Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra (101%); 5 states/UTs have above 90 per cent adult saturation with Andaman and Nicobar Islands (97%), Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh (96% each), Uttarakhand (93%) and Uttar Pradesh (91%); and 3 states have above 80 per cent adult population saturation with Gujarat (89%), Daman and Diu (82%) and Bihar (80%). In all in States/UTs assigned for the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), Aadhaar saturation among adult population is 98 per cent. 

In other 12 States/UTs which are being covered by RGI for enrolment has an overall 76 per cent saturation with Lakshadweep (109%), Dadra and Nagar Haveli (103%), West Bengal (89%), Odisha and Tamil Nadu (88% each), Manipur (65%), Nagaland and Jammu & Kashmir (63% each), Arunachal Pradesh (50%) and Mizoram (46%). In two of the RGI States namely Assam and Meghalaya, there are some local issues which have resulted in low saturation. 

It may be pertinent to mention here that there are 18 States/UTs in total having more than 100 per cent Aadhaar adult population saturation. One may wonder as to how more than 100 per cent Aadhaar can be generated in a State/UT. 

That is due to the fact that the population figures are based on the Census of 2011, while Aadhaar are generated to the real population which has increased by 2015. That is, the base (divider) is taken as the population based on 2011census. 

Migratory population from other states could also enroll in these States/UTs with more than 100 per cent Aadhaar adult population saturation. Actually, Aadhaar is a unique lifelong identity, which is available free of cost and any individual irrespective of age and gender and who is a resident in India and satisfies the verification process laid down by the UIDAI, can enroll for Aadhaar on a voluntary basis anywhere in the country.

Government asks Pensioners to furnish their Life Certificate to Banks

The Government has asked all the pensioners and family pensioners to furnish their Life Certificate in prescribed pro-forma in the month of November every year to their respective banks. 
The pensioners should indicate their present address, telephone numbers (including mobile number) and email ID (if available) on their respective Life Certificates in order to enable the Banks to provide them (pensioners) better services. 


Source : PIB

Friday, October 30, 2015

EXPECTING 7th CPC REPORT IN THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 2015





7th PAY COMMISSION CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS



                        JUSTICE SRI.ASHOK KUMAR MATHUR , CHAIRMAN


Image result for photo of 7th cpc meena agarwalMEMBERS:-  1)Shri.VIVEK RAE MEMBER(FULL TIME) 2)Shri.RATHIN ROY MEMBER (PART TIME) 3)Mrs.MEENA AGARWAL SECRETARY
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Thursday, October 29, 2015

The Coldest Village on Earth


The village OYMYAKON in Russia is the coldest place in the world.
The mimimum temperature reached in this village is minus 90 Degree Farenheit.
There is no agriculural land
There is no running water
in the pipe because the water gets frozen..
There is no electricity.
There is no school or college.
One wonders why people stay in such a inhospitable weather conditions.
Is it because there is no politician living in this village!!!!!!

 


The only road to Oymyakon, known as "The Road of Bones"

 The village sign: Oymyakon - "Pole of Cold"
  
 A coal-burning plant provides the locals with heating

 Cars must be kept running or else they freeze and won't restart.
  
                              A cattle herdsman

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

CGHS: Medical Reimbursement Claim Form for Pensioners

MANN KI BAAT

No interviews for non-gazetted government jobs:
 There will be no more interviews for non-gazetted government posts for lower posts from 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced.
There will be no more interviews for non-gazetted government posts for lower posts from 2016, Prime Minister NarendraModi announced on Sunday.
Making the announcement Modi in his monthly radio programme "Mann Ki Baat" sought to remind listeners about his Independence Day address, when he had said that interviews should be done away with for lower posts.
"The process is almost complete... There will be no interviews for non-gazetted government jobs for group D, C, and B," Modi said.
"It will be implemented from January 1, 2016. We did not want to stop the ongoing process," he said

DOPT PUBLISHED RECORD NOTE OF 5TH NAC HELD ON 29th MAY

SSC CHSL 2015 IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION

COMBINED HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL EXAMINATION-2015
                         IMPORTANT INFORMATION
        Candidates are informed that - No Admit Card for the Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination-2015 will be issued / sent by post to the candidates who applied on line. They are advised to down load the same from the website of the concerned Regional Office of the SSC. However, for offline valid applicants, Admit Card will be issued through post as well.
                                                                                                                                  Under Secretary (P&P1)
Download

DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD / CALL LETTER FOR PA / SA EXAM 2015

Admit Card for SSC CHSL 2015
(Note: Before viewing the Call Letter, kindly make sure that A4 size paper is selected and both Top and Bottom margins of the print area will have only 5 mm)
Facility for downloading Admission Certificate (AC) from this website has been given only for candidates admitted for 1st & 15th November, 2015 . Facility for downloading AC for the candidates admitted for 20th December, 2015 will be given 10 days before the exam.

 

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General Secretary Com.Parashar addresed to Secretary, Dept.of Posts regarding the problems faced by the staff in CBS rolled out offices throughout the country.







ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP ‘C’
CHQ: Dada Ghosh Bhawan, 2151/1, New Patel Road, New Delhi - 110008


Ref: P/4-4/CBS-CIS                                                                                                Dated – 20.10.2015

To,

Ms. Kavery Banerjee
Secretary,
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhawan, New Delhi 110 001.

Madam,

Sub: - Untold sufferings faced by the workings staff in CBS rolled out offices throughout the Country – Immediate and personal intervention is requested– Reg.

A kind attention is invited to our earlier references on the subject, wherein the problems mentioned therein are almost unaddressed till date. It is a known fact that CBS migration is undergoing in large no. of offices in many Circles. Till time more than 5000 offices are rolled out to CBS, because of the pressure applied by the  Department in  haste.  Because of such a fast approach, the end users   at the Counter area are affected badly, and the public also suffering a lot.

Whereas in Banking Sector, when such migration is undertaken, it has been carried out in a phased manner for eg. in SBI, the leader in Banking sector, migration was made only in 100 branches at the  first year.

You may aware that the staff are struggling with outdated computers and peripherals, which were purchased during  the  year 2000 to 2005 and no funding is  made so far to replace them  till date and as a whole the  Department  is  surviving with very old hardwares. Even proper up gradation of CPU is not made in many areas and the Software loaded is upto Windows XP, almost in most of the offices. Finacle can be  loaded only with Windows 7 and  hence  the  officers at ground level are  pressurized to use pirated version of Windows 7, which is  totally illegal and  leads to  legal litigation from  Microsoft. The staff are compelled to work in the outdated mode with pirated software, resulting in non operation.

The MOU made with M/s Sify, for net work integration is limiting to low bandwidth such as 128 Kbps to 256 Kbps in single and double handed offices, and 256 kbps to 512 kbps in ‘A’ class to LSG offices resulting in sluggish connectivity and takes hours together to transform the data. This results in hang over and the transactions could not be able to be made at the instant, as the Department expects. It requires at least 1 to 4 Mbps and M/s Sify refused to increase the bandwidth now.
                                                                                         
End of day process cannot be made after validation/supervisor verification and the staff has to wait for the nod from the Infosys, even after midnights on several days and at times it can be made on the next day morning.  Even the women employees are compelled to   complete the EOD process in midnights and their husbands or wards waiting till midnights to carry home. They could not attend even their family, personal and social obligations, resulting in loss of mental balance, family problems, stress and social problems. There is no safety and security for the women employees leaving the office by late nights, especially in rural areas, where there is no transportation available. It is our responsibility to ensure the safety and security of the women employees and no untoward incident should be allowed to happen as in case of Jyoti Singh Pandey of New Delhi.

Even the Help desk provided is not answering and the end users are taken to task  and  receiving brick bats from the irate public.  This results in  closing of  accounts in large numbers  that too,  can be made  not on the  date of presentation but  after few days  and  our  Department  looses  large  chunk of customers, because of the miscalculations, wrong estimations  and over ambitious stand of the  bureaucrats.

Consequent to the increase in large number of Post Offices on CBS, it was observed for the past two months that the Data Centre Closure process is executed during day time that too during peak Counter hours. This results in slow accessibility of Finacle throughout the country. Irrespective of bandwidth, the  Finacle slowness has been experienced in all Post Offices in the recent past. This affects the public services very badly during the peak hour viz.from 11.00 am  to  03.00 pm on daily basis.

Furher, due to Finacle slowness, the most affected operation is the Cheque Clearing operations.  The Clearance House sends the images of the cheques to the Head Offices at around 08.00 am in the morning. The onus of furnishing the information pertaining to Bounced Cheques, that too before 11 am to the clearing house, lies on the respective Head Offices.  If the information pertaining to Bounced Cheques is not received before 11.00 am from the concerned HOs, the entire amount of Inward Clearance cheques are deemed to be CLEARED by  the clearance house.  This leads to encashment of bounced cheques, the  responsibility of which lies  on the shoulder of the  poor officials and they have to face contributory negligence  recoveries.

Since from the day of the first migration, the staff unions are complaining about the deficiency in services provided my M/S Infosys Ltd, especially facing enormous problems in the Finacle Software, besides bandwidth, net work, transmission and Server problems. On each and every occasion or from the day we are complaining at all levels, there is one word reply that, everything will be set right and put into rails one by one as this is only a transition period and everybody should bear with, in the interest of the Department. This is the saying mooted out and spread everywhere, from top to bottom.  Now the 2 years Contract period for total the implementation is nearing completion and there is no sign of improvement and the problems persist and aggravate everywhere. It is most unfortunate to mention that we are all bearing with all these hardships and sufferings, in the interest of M/S Infosys.

Because of all these deficiencies the Department not only losing  the  customers, besides there is  huge loss of man days and  due to non operation  there is huge loss of  money. This should be compensated with. There is a penalty clause in the Contract for deficiency in service. Instead of pulling the poor ground level officials, the application of penalty clause may perhaps be considered and applied on the service providers viz. Ms. Infosys and M/s Sify. It is reported that India Post has undertaken the project for switching over to  Core Banking Solution  platform with a total project outlay of Rs. 800 crores.  Hence, in the interest of the Department, we request the Secretary Posts to pursue with, on the direction, in order to pull the vendor and to save the customer services, the image of the Department and the public money.

Based on the above, our  Union  requests  the  Secretary Posts

i) to stop  such unmindful migrations into  CBS/CIS  immediately till settlement of the problems reported ;

ii) to provide adequate  infrastructure to the  ground level offices,  such as replacement of systems, computer peripherals , UPS, battery, printers  etc.  immediately;

iii) to improve the bandwidth  of sify network   atleast to the  level of  512 kbps in single handed offices and to the level of  4Mbps in Head Post offices ;

iv) to centralize the EOD process at CPC  level  in all circles and to relieve the official at ground level
after  completion of validation process , without  late night detention ;

v) to centralize the cheque clearance work  at  CPC  level, since  it is  now under  CBS ;

vi)  to ensure  the operation of  CBS  without  interruption/slowness during  peak hours  to cater  the  need of the  common public .

Soliciting immediate response and reply.

With kind regards,

Yours sincerely,

(R. N. Parashar)
General Secretary

Monday, October 26, 2015

            CABINET APPROVES BONUS CALCULATION                                               CEILING TO RS 7,000/-

                  The Cabinet on Wednesday decided to double the wage ceiling for calculating bonus to Rs 7,000 per month for factory workers and establishments with 20 or more workers.

         “The Payment of Bonus (Amendment) Bill, 2015 to enhance the monthly bonus calculation ceiling to Rs 7,000 per month from existing Rs. 3,500 was approved by Union Cabinet here,” a source said after the Cabinet meeting.

            The amendment bill will be made effective from April 1, 2015. Now the bill will be tabled in Parliament for approval.

                The bill also seeks to enhance the eligibility limit for payment of bonus from the salary or wage of an employee from Rs. 10,000 per month to Rs. 21,000.

             The Payment of Bonus Act 1965 is applicable to every factory and other establishment in which 20 or more persons are employed on any day during an accounting year.

         The bill also provides for a new proviso in Section 12 which empowers the central government to vary the basis of computing bonus.

             At present, under Section 12, where the salary or wage of an employee exceeds Rs. 3,500 per month, the minimum or maximum bonus payable to employees are calculated as if his salary or wage were Rs. 3,500 per month.

           The last amendment to both the eligibility limit and the calculation ceilings under the said Act was carried out in 2007 and was made effective from April 1, 2006.
Record Notes/Minutes of Anomaly Committee Meetings held on 29th May, 2015 and 9th June 2015 issued by DoPT
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Thursday, October 22, 2015

Wednesday, October 21, 2015


BATHUKAMMA GREETINGS TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF SECUNDERABAD DIVISION





Saturday, October 17, 2015

ALL INDIA WOMEN'S WORKSHOP october 9th-10th, 2015

All India women's workshop was organized by confederation of central government employees and workers from October 9th-10th,2015 .It was held at Mehdi manzil,income tax quarters,road no 12,banjara hills,Hyderabad.The workshop was presided by Usha Bonepalli,chairperson of women's subcommittee confederation.the welcome address was given by V.Nageshwar Rao,general secretary of CCGEW,AP and TS unit.It was inaugurated by Dr.K.Hemalatha,convenor of AIWWEC and national secretary,CITU.Prof G.Haragopal,ICSSR and visiting professor national school of law,bengaluru has spoken on new liberal economic model-women.M.Girija,assistant general secretary,AIIEA spoke on role of women in trade union and society.And other confederation leaders spoke on various aspects on this occasion.A warm felicitation was given to comrade Mallu Swarajyam who participated in telangana armed struggle during 1946-1951.A street play was performed on Vera Telangana-Telangana peasants armed struggle by prajanatya mandali,telangana.










Sunday, October 4, 2015

Mysuru postal division gets integrated system for services

Customers will get delivery status of their posts or parcels on their mobile phones or can track status online.— PHOTO: M.A. SRIRAM 
Customers will get delivery status of their posts or parcels on their mobile phones or can track status online.— PHOTO: M.A. SRIRAM

CUSTOMERS CAN AVAIL THEMSELVES OF ANY SERVICE FROM ANY COUNTER

Mysuru is all set to become the first postal division in the country to adopt a common system for various postal services, integrating all software solutions introduced under a core banking network.
 
From Thursday, customers need not wait at a particular counter for a particular service, as every counter will be able to provide all the services available at the post office.
 
A team of professionals from Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Wednesday took up the task of integrating the solutions into a common system. Postal services across the division, covering 65 post offices and 202 branches, remained suspended to facilitate the work.
 
The team, with the support from the Department of Posts, spent over six months to accomplish the task.
 
Shivaiah, Senior Superintendent of Post Offices, Mysuru division told The Hindu that Mysuru was selected for the pilot project considering previous ‘models’ successfully introduced here, for improving customer service.
 
“The integration work is underway and the common system will be ready for operations from Thursday. With this, Mysuru division will become the first postal division in the country to introduce this improved service,” he said.
 
Barring Nanjangud and T. Narsipur (which are part of Chamarajnagar postal division), the remaining taluks in the district – Mysuru city, Mysuru taluk, K R Nagar, H D Kote, Periyapatna, and Hunsur – come under Mysuru division.
 
Mr. Shivaiah said software had been developed for various services such as postal life insurance, postal savings account, recurring deposits and so on. Recently, core banking system had been introduced for the convenience of customers.
 
The officer said customers sometimes had to wait for their turn to avail services at a particular counter even though the next counter was free. However, with the integration of various software solutions and bringing them under a unified system, customers can avail any postal service from any counter, he explained.
 
Importantly, customers will get delivery status of their posts or parcels on their mobile phones or can track status online. All data will be stored at the central server in Mumbai.
 
After the integration of software solutions, the company professionals would provide post-implementation service, assisting the employees to trouble shoot any problem, Mr. Shivaiah added.
 
Mysuru division can become a model for other postal divisions across the country for replicating the common customer service system in the coming months.
Mysuru division will become the first postal division in the country to introduce this improved service.

DUE DATE FOR FILING I.T.RETURNS BY 30-09-2015

Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes
PRESS RELEASE
New Delhi, 28th September, 2015
Sub: Circulation of Fake order for extension of due date for filing of Audit report and return of Income for Assessment Year 2015-16-regarding
It has been brought to the notice of the Government that a fake order dated 26th September 2015 supposedly under section 119 of the Income-tax Act 1961 under the signature of one Upmanyu Reddy, Under Secretary to the Government of India is in circulation. The fake order extends the due date for filing of audit report under section 119 of the Income-tax Act to 15 October 2015.
It is clarified the order is fraudulent. The Government has not extended the due date for filing of returns and audit report due by 30th September 2015. Tax payer and practitioners are advised not to give any credence to the fraudulent order purportedly signed by one Upmanyu Reddy.
(Shefali Shah)
Pr. Commissioner of Income Tax (OSD)
Official Spokesperson, CBDT

NJCA DEFER 23 rd NOV.INDEFINITE STRIKE

WOMEN'S WORKSHOP INVITATION

ALL INDIA WOMEN'S WORKSHOP

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
ALL INDIA WOMEN’S WORKSHOP
2015 OCTOBER 9TH TO 10TH
HYDERABAD
*************VENUE:
MEHDI MANZIL, INCOME TAX QUARTERS,
ROAD NO. 12, BANJARA HILLS, HYDERABAD
PROGRAMME:
09TH OCTOBER 2015, FRIDAY

08.30 AM                         :           Registration of delegates
10.00 AM                         :           Flag hoisting & Homage to Martyrs.
10.30 AM                         :           INAUGURATION AND CLASS - I
Welcome address           :           Com. V. Nageshwara Rao, General Secretary, C-O-C, Andhra &
                                                   Telangana

Presided by                    :           Com. Usha Bonepalli, Chairperson, Women’s Sub Committee,
                                                   Confederation
Inauguration by              :           Com. K. Hemalatha, Convenor, All India Working Women’s
                                                   Cordination & National Secretary, CITU
Subject                           :           INDIAN WORKING CLASS- CHALLENGES AND OUR TASK
12.00 AM                         :           CLASS – II (OPEN SESSION)
Class by                          :           Prof.. G. Haragopal (ICSSR, National Fellow, TATA Institute of
                                                   Social Sciences,
                           Visiting Prof.., National School of Law, Bangalore)
Subject                           :           NEW LIBERAL ECONOMIC MODEL - WOMEN
01:30 PM                         :           Lunch
03:00 PM                         :           CLASS – III
Class by                          :           Ms. Shyama Sundari (Advocate, Supreme Court)
Subject                           :           LEGAL AWARENESS ON WOMEN’S LAW
05:30 PM                         :           Cultural Programme
                                      
10TH OCTOBER 2015, SATURDAY

10.00 AM                         :          CLASS - IV
Presided by                      :           Com. R. Seethalakshmi, Convenor, Women’s Sub Committee,
                                                   Confederation
Class by                          :           Com. M. GirijaAsst General Secretary, All India Insurance
                                                   Employees Association
Subject                           :           Role of Women in Trade Union and Society
01.00 PM                         :           Lunch
02.30 PM                         :           INTERACTIVE SESSION - CLASS V
Subject                           :           7th Pay Commission and Role of Confederation
                                                   National Leaders of Confederation will participate
04.15 PM                         :           Workshop Review
04.30 PM                         :           Vote of thanks
                           Com: Manushi Choudhary (Women’s Sub Committee, Hyderabad)
05.00 PM                         :           End



K. K. N. Kutty                              R. Seethalakshmi                                         M. Krishnan    


President                                    Convenor, Women’s Committee                   Secretary General