Saturday, January 30, 2016

Go Live Of Baghiabahal S.o as 17th SO of Phulbani Division

Baghiabahal SO-762030 has been gone live on 29.01.2016 as 16th CBS SO of Phulbani Division.

Commemorative postage stamp on INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL

Hon'ble President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee released a commemorative postage stamp on INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL on the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations of ITAT at New Delhi on 24.01.2016.

Use of “one-page" form or format to apply for jobs, issue of birth and death certificates and availing of various Government schemes

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
28-January-2016 18:36 IST

Dr Jitendra Singh appeals for use of 'one-page' form

The Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr. Jitendra Singh has appealed to various ministries in the Central Government as well as the State Governments to cooperate in carrying forward the Department of Personnel & Training(DoPT)’s innovative reform to switch over to the use of “one-page" form or format to apply for jobs, issue of birth and death certificates and availing of various Government schemes. 

Dr Jitendra Singh said that the service delivery mechanism needs to be not only citizen-centric, but essentially youth-centric because it is the youth who comprise more than 65% of India’s population today. It is, therefore, the need of the hour, he said, to revisit and re-look the existing practice wherein an individual applying for a job, a loan or a Central scheme has to go through the process of filling up lengthy, often complicated and even repetitive information. 

Dr Jitendra Singh disclosed that DoPT has already introduced one-page form for Central Pensioners. Similarly, the death and birth certificates could also be simplified immediately, he said. The “National Centre for Good Governance” will be holding workshops under its initiative “Saral Avedan, Sugam Prakriya, Swachh Prashasan” with different Government departments to discuss how best to carry forward this initiative, he said. 

Dr Jitendra Singh pointed out that there are a number of forms which run into several pages and the information asked for is repetitive which can be easily avoided. For example, he said, some of the forms ask for the parentage or marital status more than once, even though this may not be essentially required for the purpose for which the application is being filled. Citing an instance, he said, when a form is filled for pension, the most relevant information required is age, date of superannuation, last pay scale and bank account number. 

According to Dr Jitendra Singh the purpose of the entire exercise is that any given form should be made as simple as possible, preferably a single A4 size page, the contents of the form should be easy to understand and brief to fill-in. Similarly, the documents to be attached with the form should also be easy and absolutely essential, he added. He also informed that the State Governments will be persuaded to initiate this exercise at the earliest.

Lok Sabha Q&A Regarding Shortage Of Staff And Induction Training In Postal Department

ANSWERED ON: 16.12.2015 
Postal Employees VIKRAM USENDI Will the Minister of COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY be pleased to state:- 
(a) the number of employees working in the post offices across the country; 

(b) whether there is shortage of postmen and post masters in the department; 

(c) if so, the details thereof and the action taken by the Government in this regard; 

(d) whether the employees of post offices are given any training before appointment and assigning specific tasks; and 

(e) if so, the details thereof and if not, the action taken in this regard? 


(a) The number of employees working in the post offices across the country is 189719. 

(b) Yes, Sir. 

(c) There is shortage of 11058 postmen and 2335 postmasters. All cadres in the Department have fixed sanctioned strength and whenever any posts in any of the cadres fall vacant due to promotion, retirement, death, deputation or leave, duties of such posts are managed by redistribution and combination of duties in post offices for ensuring smooth delivery of postal services till the time these posts are filled up on regular basis in the Circle concerned. Filling up of such vacancies is an on-going process in the Department as per the provisions contained in the Recruitment Rules of each cadre. 

(d) Yes, Sir. 

(e) The details of Induction training for various cadres are given below: 

1 Indian Postal Service (IPoS) Group Á 2 years 
2 ‘Postal Service (PS) Group ‘B 4 weeks 
3 Inspector Posts (Direct Recruit) 16 weeks 
4 Inspector Posts (Departmental) 14 weeks 
5 Postmaster Grade-I 3 weeks 
6 Postal Assistant Circle Office/Regional Office 5 weeks 
7 Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant (Direct Recruit) 9 weeks 
8 Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant (Lower Grade Officials) 9 weeks 
9 Postman/Mail Guard/Mail Overseer 2 weeks 
10 Multi Tasking Staff 1 week 

Name of Circle Total number of employees working in post offices Number of vacant post of postmen Number of vacant post of postmasters
1 A.P 18922 846 602
2 Assam 2886 30 06
3 Bihar 8791 127 124
4 Chhattisgarh 1591 124 13
5 Delhi 4853 1041 84
6 Gujarat 10915 1442 266
7 Haryana 4165 96 27
8 H.P 8500 91 45
9 J&K 1124 161 08*
10 Jharkhand 2070 189 02
11 Karnataka 10788 454 64
12 Kerala 6209 439 202
13 M.P. 6669 663 73
14 Maharashtra 20159 1680 106
15 N.E 1628 198 23
16 Odisha 19068 178 130
17 Punjab 5552 287 41
18 Rajasthan 6734 189 86
19 Tamilnadu 16319 1054 230
20 U.P 18138 1134 61
21 Uttrakhand 1971 205 17
22 W.B 12667 430 125
TOTAL 189719 11058 2335

* Confirmed on phone.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016


New Delhi: Central government employees’ pay bill are unlikely to get increased salary from April under the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations, as the central government might delay the hike by six months to evaluate the actual needs of employees, said finance ministry officials.

The economists advised the government to measure the possible impact of the salary increase on next year’s budget before implementing it, they said.

The Empowered Committee of Secretaries led by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha may recommend raising salary of junior and middle level employees as employees associations are pressing hard for it.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley 

The committee will submit its report to the finance minister after reviewing the commission’s suggestions, and holding discussions with government high-ups.

Wishing anonymity, a finance ministry official said the government would see whether there would be any wastage of public money in paying increased salary and allowances or any new conditions can be imposed in line with the recommendations of the Pay Commission.

The empowered committee would place a proposal before the cabinet after budget for delaying the implementation of increased salary of Central government employees, said the officials.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley while introducing the Seventh Pay Commission report on November 19 said that the final decisions on the Seventh Pay Commission report took five and a half months.

The Seventh Pay Commission award bill is about Rs 1,02,000 crore, according to the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley that can be afforded.

A pay commission reviews the pay of government employees every 10 years and its recommendations are usually accepted with some modifications.

The Seventh Pay Commission was set up by the UPA government in February 2014, The Commission headed by Justice A K Mathur submitted its 900-page final report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on November 19, recommending 23.55 per cent hike in salaries and allowances of Central government employees and pensioners.

The panel recommended a 14.27 per cent increase in basic pay, the lowest in 70 years. The previous Sixth Pay Commission had recommended a 20 per cent hike, which the government doubled while implementing it in 2008.

The Seventh pay commission recommended fixing the highest basic salary at Rs 250,000 and the lowest at Rs 18,000 and its increased the pay gap between the minimum and maximum from existing 1:12 to 1: 13.8

The Seventh Pay Commission suggested to discontinue the practice of appointing pay commissions in future.


Come April 1, all central ministries and public sector units will have to float e-tenders for procuring goods and services exceeding Rs 2 lakh, a move aimed at bringing transparency in government purchases. 

At present, e-procurement is mandatory for purchases of Rs 5 lakh or more. Government procures goods, services and work contracts. 
In January, the Expenditure Department had decided the tender value limit of Rs 10 lakh spent in respect of e-procurement would be brought down to Rs 5 lakh from April 1, 2015 and further down to Rs 2 lakh from April 1, 2016. 

As per its instructions it is mandatory for all central ministries, departments and Central Public Sector Enterprises, and autonomous/statutory bodies to publish their tenders on the Central Procurement Portal ( CPP) after a certain threshold limit. 
In 2014-15, about 3.81 lakh e-tenders were floated worth Rs 2.12 lakh crore. 
As per the latest data, in 2015-16 so far, 471,826 e-tenders have been floated entailing an amount about Rs 3.49 lakh crore. 

Bulk of the tenders are floated by Railways followed by Central Public Works Department (PWD) and defence PSUs. 

In the current fiscal so far, 3.56 lakh tenders were floated for goods, about 93,000 for work contracts and 22,342 for services. 

Source:-The Economic Times



India is a mix of many vibrant cultures and colours. One can clearly distinguish the North from the South and the East from the West simply based on ethnic differences. With so many varied languages, festivals, religions and traditions, it makes us all the more exotic and incredible to the rest of the world! We define 'unity in diversity' like no other country does and are absolutely flamboyant in our description. Our lavish cultures speak for themselves and make us as colourful as ever. The Department of Posts had organized national level stamp design competition on the theme of ‘Vibrant India’ for the stamp to be released on the occasion of Republic Day 2016.

On the occasion of Republic Day of India a Miniature Sheet on ‘Vibrant India’ was released on 25th January 2016 in the denomination of Rs. 25. A limited edition presentation pack on Vibrant India on the occasion of Republic Day 2016 priced at 300/- is available for sale at ePost Office Portal of India Post.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Happy Republic Day

India Post is going to announce about 20000 vacancies soon

India Post is going to announce about 20000 vacancies soon

Great news for all the government jobs aspirants as Indian Postal department is going to announce one of the biggest employment notifications very soon. The recruitment will be organized for selection of eligible staff for Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant posts on its official site Now all those qualified candidates are invited for 20000 upcoming job opening whose link will be soon available at their official site. This notification will bring good news for those entire aspirants who were looking for government jobs, 10th pass government jobs, 12th pass government jobs, post office jobs etc.

According to report, India post is going to hire candidates for Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant posts, Stenographers, Postman and Mail Guard, MTS, Postmaster Cadres, Hindi Typist, Inspector, Director Posts, etc. Aspirant must have completed their Matriculation or Intermediate from recognized board and diploma/ graduation/ bachelors or its equivalent in required discipline from recognized university or institute. The online application process will start from February 2016 and will going to end on March 2016.

India Post operates postal system in India. It was founded during British Empire i.e. 01st April, 1774 and operated under Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Govt of India. But, on 31st March 2011 it was officially declared as the Indian Postal Service and currently has more than 154,866 post offices which are located across India. Main headquarter of post office is located in Sansad Marg, New Delhi.

India post is popular among candidates for providing various services such as Letter post, parcel service, EMS, deposit account, third-party logistics freight forwarding, delivery etc. India post is divided into 22 postal circles which is independently headed by chief postmaster general. Currently more than 4, 70,000 employees are working with Indian postal circle. India Post’s main objective is to provide all type of courier service at low cost than other private firm. For the date of official announcement keep going through their official website daily and stay tuned with us for more news related to latest government job vacancy

Government keen to leverage postal network in rural India

DESCRIBED as a giant, one which is slumbering, India Post is ready to take its right place under the sun. Department of Post is awaiting granting of Payment Bank licence as it has lined-up slew of plans to walk the talk and carve a place for itself in competitive financial market of the country. M S Ramanujam, Member, Banking and HRD, Postal Services Board, Department of Posts, said Government is keen to leverage postal network in rural India to help realise its target of inclusive financial growth of marginalised. 

The Government over last five-years have pumped in Rs 5,000 crores that helped posts to modernise and is now ready to rollout Core Banking Solutions in its 25,000 posts offices located in urban centres by March end. Alongside the licence of Payment Bank would enable Post Offices to provide host of financial services to people and act as one stop facilitation centre. He was interacting with ‘The Hitavada’ on the sidelines of 19th national e-governance conference. 

In fact posts network in rural India and surplus of trust among local populace has spurred plans to provide one stop service point to customers and Government to has ayed the plan. In fact Prime Minister Narendra Modi was surprised to know that in naxal belt it is only post offices that were left unscathed while all other tags with Government were targeted. This shows the confidence that rural people repose in Post office that even naxals are afraid to touch.

Hence Government has asked Post Offices to oversee sales of Jeevan Bima, Suraksha Bima and Atal Pension accounts. For rural areas there are more plans wherein postmen would be provided hand held machines, similar to point of sales (PoS) unit, and people having chip based debit card can utilise the same to pay utilities bill and also make other payment. Ramanujam also said that Department of Posts are also concentrating on money transfer tapping small and marginal persons, mostly migrant labourers, using the mobile phone platform. 

The Government has also asked Posts to target Mudra Bank loans and in future there is all likelihood of providing housing loans and finance small starts-up. While bank are engines of economic growth it is the posts which is the all important wheels of growth.

1,000 new ATMs

While ceding the more lucrative urban business to banks, Department of Posts is however concentrating on adding to its ATM network which very soon would be linked with banking network, revealed M S Ramanujam. He said about 1,000 ATMS, all white label ones, would be installed. The white label indicates that private parties will install and service the machines while space would be provided by post offices. In near future Post Offices will also market mutual fund policies and insurance policies.

India taking baby steps towards economic recovery: D&B

New Delhi, Jan 26 (PTI) The Indian economy is taking "baby steps" towards economic recovery, while weak private investment activity and deteriorating trade performance remain an area of concern, says a Dun & Bradstreet report.

According to the report, there have been some positive changes in momentum in certain segments within the economy, but some areas of concern remain.

"The easing of FDI norms, power and road sector reforms have laid foundation for long-term sustainable economic growth," Dun & Bradstreet India Senior Economist Arun Singh said.

A number of stalled projects have been de-bottlenecked and fast-tracked while hopes of a recovery in demand conditions have gathered strength particularly owing to Seventh Central Pay Commission payouts next fiscal, he said.
"Yet, reforms have not come through at the expected pace and that remains the biggest hurdle in the recovery process," Singh said, adding that "the macro-economic imbalances in the form of weak private investment activity and deteriorating trade performance remain an area of concern".
The government has lowered its growth forecast to 7-7.5 per cent for 2015-16 from earlier 8.1-8.5 per cent.

"Going forward, it remains to be seen whether growing public investment can crowd in private investment on a sustained basis", he added.

On inflation, the report said WPI is expected to come in to the positive zone from next month onwards given increase in food inflation.

While the continued weakness in global commodity prices and slow pick up in domestic demand is likely to provide some cushion to CPI inflation, sharp increases in food prices could push CPI inflation even higher.

D&B expects the WPI inflation to be in the range of 0.0-0.5 per cent and CPI inflation to be in the range of 5.8 - 6.0 per cent during January 2016. PTI DRR MR ABD STS

Miseries And Untold Sufferings Faced By The Staff In CBS &CIS Rolled Out Offices Throughout The Nation- Letter To MoC & IT

No. PF-35/CBS/2016                                                                    Dated: 20th January, 2016


            Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad,
            Hon`ble Minister, Communications & IT,
            Government of India,
            New Delhi-110 001

Sub: Miseries and untold sufferings faced by the staff in CBS &CIS rolled out offices throughout the nation – Immediate and personal intervention requested to rein in the situation.

            With due respects and profound regards, we are perforced to bring the following to your kind notice for your immediate intervention and to halt the hasty exercise without minding the adverse effects in implementing the CBS and CIS by the administration in the Postal department.

            At the outset, we wish to make it clear that we are not against to the modernisation of the postal service and we are welcoming the recent changes taken place in the department in the arena of modernisation. In fact, it is the postal service that only modernize without engaging any experts or other agencies with the fullest cooperation and optimum utilization of the staff particularly the Postal Assistants called as Systems administrator with their personal knowledge which they already acquired in the computer oriented operations. Even today the same officials only attend faults and servicesby releasing so many patches to the software and maintain properly whenever required and not depending the agency services and without any extra remunerations.

            Now, ahasty exercise is being carried out by the department and CBS migration is undergoing in large no. of offices in many Circles without minding the capacity of the network and the peripherals available in the offices. Till time more than 6000 offices are rolled out to CBS, due to the pressure exercised by the Department in haste.  Because of such anunrealistic fast approach, the end users   at the Counter area are affected very badly, and the public are also suffering a lot.

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

            It is the known fact that the staff are suffering and struggling with the outdated computers and peripherals, which were purchased during the year 2000 to 2005 that is at the time of introduction of computer in the post offices and no adequate funding has been made so far to replace or substitute them till date and as a whole the Department is surviving with very old outdated hardware. Even proper up gradation of CPU has not been 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 network 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. Despite these facts were brought to the notice of the Secretary, Department of Posts several times, still there is no action to upgrade the bandwidth to the existing needy offices but going on introducing CBS in new offices and creating the problems further.
            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 loses  large  chunk of customers, because of the miscalculations, wrong estimations  and over ambitious stand of the  bureaucrats. If the particulars about the closure of accounts by the public in the CBS introduced offices is collected, it will establish our concern about the service.

            Consequent to the increase in large number of Post Offices on CBS, it was observed for the past four 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.

            Further, 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, network, 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 the 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 the postal employees 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 Hon’ble Minister for Communication 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.
            The following are the few examples the staff facing across the counters which have not been attended by the department but expanding the problems to more offices in the nation.
1.    Connectivity is the major problem which is damping the image of the Postal Department.
2.    Slowness & non accessibility of Finacle server affects the day to day work. (Each and every transaction getting an error message “COULD NOT CONNECT THE SERVER”, “SERVER IS NOT ACCESSIBLE”, “PLEASE CONTACT YOUR ADMINISTRATOR”, “WEB PAGE COULD NOT OPEN THIS PAGE” etc.,)
3.    “USER ALREADY LOGIN” problem is occurring very often. In single handed offices System Administrator should alone rush and resolve this problem.
4.    Even in first attempt an error message “USER ID IS LOCKED. PLEASE CONTACT ADMINISTRATOR” and could not able to access the finacle. “CSAC” menu only authorized to CPC. SO that they can only reset the user ID. ‘CSAC’ menu option may kindly be provided to Divisional SPO or concerned System Administrator.
5.    Report option not working properly. 
i)             E.g, There is no provision to generate/print SSA LOT
ii)            Certificate numbers not shown in the KVP/NSC certificates daily issue report
iii)           Sometimes MIS & SCSS account numbers not shown in the LOT of counter transactions
iv)           There is no provision to print the previous days LOT, Consolidation, KVP/NSC Issue & Discharge journals, SB automatic credit report etc.,
6.    Total menus available in the Finacle not educated to all the officials. (Like CMRC, HABI, HPSP etc.,)
7.    Inadequate training to the officials. Online training not given to the officials at the time of the training period. All the training were given to theoretically not practically (Eg., Agent transaction, Certificate discharge, Inventory movement etc.,)
8.    SOL/Role change not effectively used by the administrative level. Whenever PA of the CBS counter proceeds on leave in his user ID working with other officials.
9.    Some POSB rules are blindly violated in the CBS Finacle software. Eg., RD account can close even on the same day of opening, not bothering about the eligible date of birth for SSA account etc.,
10.  No clear cut ruling about the other SOL transactions whether we can update the pass book entry of other office?
11.  Changing of rules very often. Officials could not able to update the current rulings.
12.  Even modifying the CIF ID no message received for deposit and withdrawal.
13.  Deposits and withdrawals allowed to Supervisor option also. This cause to verify the transactions. Other office supervisor only can verify these transactions.
14.  If someone office transaction verified at other office that particular transaction shown in the verified office’s LOT not in the transaction performed office’s LOT.
15.  Certificate numbers not shown while issuing KVP/NSC certificates.
16.  There is no option to reprint the certificate. If one forget to print the certificates there is no provision to print the same in future.
17.  In the cheque clearing option facing much difficulty to find out the bank code, branch code, POSB cheque option not available in the said menu.
18.  “ALREADY SESSION AVAILABLE” error message shown frequently.
19.  BAT & DLT not shown in CBS Finacle.
20.  If any withdrawal done no provision to block such amount till verifying the said transaction. There may be chance to withdraw the amount by using ATM card. In banking sector if any amount withdrawn such amount will be blocked and cannot withdraw by using ATM card.
There is not tangible action either by the department or by the vendors so far. Based on the above, our Union requests the Hon’ble Minister of Communications that
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   at least 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 .

            As we have no positive response from the department to mitigate the sufferings of the staff deployed in the CBS introduced offices and as an act of adding fuel to fire, the department unmindfully is introducing the CBS in the remaining offices and losing the customers as well as causing mental torture to the officials, we have no other alternate except to bring these facts before the Hon’ble Minister and seeking his personal intervention to create a congenial and calm working atmosphere and ensure a correct and well planned expansion of CBS further in the Department of Posts.

            May we request your response, Sir,

            With Profound regards,
                                                                                                            Yours sincerely,
                                                                                                            (R. N. Parashar)
                                                                                                 Secretary General (NFPE) &
                                                                                           General Secretary (AIPEU Gr.-C)

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