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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

SB Orders at a glance

Dear comrades,
SB Orders from 2010 to 2013 compiled and a gist has been prepared and the same is submitted below for the information of the members.

Click here to get the orders gist.

Now, all Central ministries to accept online RTI pleas from today

Filing online RTI applications in all central ministries and departments through a common web-based platform will become a reality from Wednesday. At present, this facility is available only for 40 ministries, departments and commissions. 

Now, the government will extend this facility to all central institutions, including ministries, departments and commissions, which are covered under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005. 

"The minister of state for personnel, V Narayanasamy, will formally launch this facility here on Wednesday", said an official. 

The government had launched an exclusive portal, https://rtionline.gov.in, for this purpose earlier this year, initiating this facility only for the questions asked from the ministry of personnel. This facility was subsequently extended to other ministries, including home, health, external affairs and agriculture, President Secretariat, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and Vice-President's Office. 

"The portal will now be open to entertain questions under the RTI Act for all the remaining ministries from August 21. The entire website is prepared in such a way that the system would provide online reply to all RTI applications," said the official. 

This portal — developed by NIC — is a facility for Indian citizens to file online RTI applications and first appeals and also to make online payment of RTI fees. 

A department of personnel and training (DoPT) note said, "The prescribed fees can be paid through Internet banking of State Bank of India and its associate banks as well as by credit or debit cards of Visa or Master, through the payment gateway of SBI linked to this site". 

The RTI Act mandates timely response (within 30 days) to citizens' requests for government information. An information-seeker has to pay a fee of Rs 10 for getting the information. 

Giving details of the guidelines for information-seeker, the department said that the text of the application that can be uploaded at the prescribed column (on the website) was limited to 500 words only. "In case, an application exceeds more than 500 words, then it can be uploaded as an attachment," it said. 

If additional fee is required, covering the cost for providing information, the CPIO will intimate the applicant about the same through the portal. The first appeals filed through the website will also reach electronically to the nodal officer of the DoPT who would transmit the appeals to the First Appellate Authority (FAA). 

"Though optional, the mobile number can be provided by the applicant/appellant in order to receive SMS alerts. On submission of an application, a unique registration number will be issued, which may be referred by the applicant for any future reference," said the department's guidelines. 

Under the existing guidelines, no RTI fee is required to be paid by any citizen who is below poverty line as per RTI Rules, 2012.


Sunday, August 18, 2013


better late, than never!!
at last department of posts and ministry of communications  admitted that mckensey
model (mnop) l1, l2
is a total failure
orders issued to restore the old position
name remains (l1, L2) but the scheme stands scraped
the stand taken by the jca (nfpe & fnpo)
from the very beginning has been proved right.
it is a victory for our continuous campaign and struggles including the decision for indefinite strike which compelled the department to give an assurance that no rms offices will be closed.
nfpe congratulates the entire postal and rms
employees for this victory.
Now the question to be answered by the authorities are:
1.     Who is responsible for the delay caused to the public mails due to back-routing for the last two years?
2.     Who is responsible for the loss of public faith and trust in the Postal department due to heavy delay caused due to L1, L2 in processing and transmission of public mails?
3.     Who is responsible for paying an amount of more than 100 crores to be Mckensey Consultancy for this anti-people, anti-worker, “Tuglak Model” reforms?
4.     Who are those behind this shady deal with the Mckensy consultancy?  Why are they not taken to task?
                                                                              M. Krishnan

                                                                       Secretary General NFPE.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Saturday, August 10, 2013


Today 10-08-2013 in seven post offices ,project Arrow services have been povided under the leadership of Sr.Superintendent of post offices Secunderabad division Shri V.V.Satyanarayana Reddy. This programme was guided by Shri B.V.Sudhakar (CPMG )AP CIRCLE and Ms.Mariamma Thomas(DPS) city region Hyderabad. Since morning to evening right from 9.35 to 18.30.Shri B.V.Sudhakar (CPMG) had spoken on the concept of project Arrow(postal products) to provide better services to valuude customers under modernisation.
                              Shri M.Anjan Kumar Yadav honourable member of parliament Secunderabad inaugarated the project Arrow at Gandhinagar S.O and dedicated services to the public and also at Himayatnagar S.O and Lalaguda .Smt.Jayasudha Kapoor honourable member of legislature assembly Secunderabad also present at Lalaguda sub office and inaugarated the project.
                             Shri.Sarvey Satyanarayana honourable minister of state for rood transport and highways government of India in presence of other distinguished guests inaugarated the project Arrow sevices at Sainikpuri S.O ,Bolaram S.O, Bowenpally S.O and IDA Jeedimetla S.O.Shri Kuna Srisailam Goud honourable member of legislative assembly Quadbullapur is also present at IDA Jeedimetla S.O.Shri Sarvey Satyanarayana  honourable minister had spoken on the importance of project Arrow concept and usage of postal products in the pulbic meeting held at different post offices.
                              All the SPM's and staff have taken part for making the programme a success including divisional office and union members.