Saturday, April 30, 2016

Divisional Union writes to circle union on various problems.

AIPEU-Gr. C Phulbani-762 001 <>

1. Supply of fake note detecting cum counting machine & water purifiers and water coolers to offices under Phulbani division. 2. Dequarterisation of Baunsuni SO. 3. Supply of UPS batteries to all offices of Phulbani Division.
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AIPEU-Gr. C Phulbani-762 001 <>Sat, Apr 30, 2016 at 12:31 AM
To: "AIPEU, Gr C, Odisha Circle" <>

All India Postal Employees Union, Gr-c
Phulbani Divisional Branch, Phulbani-762001

President- Nilamani Pradhan                 Secretary-Rabinarayan Choudhury
Mob-9437298720                                                Mob-9778236897 / 9861512364
      Com R C Mishra
      Circle Secretary
AIPEU Gr-C, Odisha Circle
      Bhubaneswar-751 007

No-PHI/AIPEU Gr C/02-03/2016 dated at Phulbani the 25th April 2016.

1. Supply of fake note detecting cum counting machine & water purifiers and water coolers to offices under Phulbani division.
2. Dequarterisation of Baunsuni SO.
3. Supply of UPS batteries to all offices of Phulbani Division.
Dear Comrade
As discussed in the CWC & CC meeting please take the below items at appropriate level for early action on the same.
1.      Supplying fake note detecting machine to all offices in Phulbani Division.
2.      Supply of water purifiers to Phulbani HO, Boudhraj MDG, G Udayagiri SO & Balliguda SO and supply of Water Coolers to Phulbani HO, G Udayagiri SO & Balliguda SO.
3.      Supply Air Coolers to all offices of Phulbani Division
4.      Dequarterisation of Baunsuni SO had already been submitted to RO Berhamapur by DO Phulbani. Also after required compliance by DO Phulbani, RO Berhampur has not ordered for dequarterisation of the Baunsuni SO. RO Berhampur has replied that they are not satisfied with the reports from the DO, Phulbani and has ordered JE, Civil wing to look into this. 
5.      As you are aware all the batteries of offices of Phulbani Division are damaged. Also this is a long pending issue and the PMG Berhampur had replied to you that the same will be looked into at the after receipt of funds. Hence You are requested to take up this matter at appropriate level for supply of batteries to the offices of Phulbani Division on war footing basis.

Hence you are requested to take up the cases at appropriate level for early solution of the same.

Comradely yours
Rabinarayan Choudhury
Secretary, AIPEU, Gr.C
Phulbani divisional branch
Phulbani, Odisha-762 001
Mob-+91-9778236897 & +91-9861512364
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Friday, April 29, 2016

Sri SK.Sinha, Member(P) will hold addl charge of Secretary Posts

Cancellation of PRS counter tickets through IRCTC website and through 139 (IVRS and SMS)

To facilitate passengers having confirmed PRS counter tickets to cancel the ticket within the permitted time limit under Refund Rule 2015.  PRS counter tickets can be cancelled through:
(i)  IRCTC website ( or
(ii) 139
The permissible refundable amount shall be collected only at the journey commencing station or nearby satellite PRS locations defined by Zonal Railway within the prescribed time limit.
Facility Available only for Fully confirmed system tickets:
·         In normal circumstances only and not in case of late running of trains/cancellation of trains etc.,
·         Where the mobile number has been given at the time of booking the ticket.
·         Upto 4 hours before the scheduled departure of the train.
Collection of Refund Amount
·         Refund of fare amount shall be collected only at the journey commencing station or nearby satellite PRS locations defined by Zonal Railway as under:-
          (a) During first two hours of the opening of PRS counters on the next day for the tickets for the trains whose scheduled departure time is (i) between 1801 hours and 0600 hours.
          (b) Upto 4 hours after the scheduled departure of the train during the working hours of PRS counters/current counters/special counters where cancellation is permitted round the clock on the  ticketsfor the trains whose scheduled departure time is (i) between 0601 hours and 1800 hours.
(c) No refund of amount would be given after the above mentioned prescribed time limit.
Apart from cancellation across PRS counter, the passengers having confirmed PRS counter ticket can cancel the same within the prescribed time limit as per Refund Rule 2015 as under:-
(i). Through IRCTC website ( (Steps how to cancel confirmed PRS counter ticket is placed at Annexure-I) or
(ii) Through 139 (Steps how to cancel confirmed PRS counter ticket is placed at Annexure-II)

* A new page will be given on IRCTC website ( without any login ID for purpose of cancellation of PRS counter tickets.
* Passenger will be asked to enter the PNR number & Train number along with captcha.
* The details entered by passenger shall be validated and an OTP will be sent to the passenger to his mobile number given at the time of booking the ticket. The OTP received on the mobile will be entered by the passenger in the web page and it will be validated by the system.
* After receiving the confirmation OTP number from the passenger, full cancellation of PNR will be done and PNR will be marked as Cancelled but not refunded in the system. Seat/berth will be released and would be made available for booking both at PRS & IRCTC Website. Refund amount due will also be displayed to the passenger on the website.
* An SMS will be sent to the passenger with PNR and fare details - ”Your ticket has been cancelled. PNR, xxxxxx, Amt,xxxxx. Refund of fare amount shall be collected only at the journey commencing station or nearby satellite PRS locations as per the notified time”.
* All the Privilege/Duty pass/PTOs/complimentary pass tickets shall be allowed to be cancelled through website or through 139.
* All types of PNRs including i-tickets (after printing) and system tickets booked across counter/post office/YTSK/Go India terminals/Bank terminals etc.’ will be allowed to be  cancelled on website except the following:
(a). Circular Journey tickets and onwards tickets booked against CJT.
(b). Foreign tourists PNRs against which berth allotment has been done
(c). ATAS generated new PNR
(d). Duplicate ticket.
(e). Cluster ticket and pre-bought ticket.

CANCELLATION THROUGH 139:                                 (Annexure-II)
Rail Ticket booked through Railway Reservation counter can be cancelled through Railway Enquiry 139.  Service will be available on 139:

(a).  IVR with Agent Assistance
(b). SMS Service

(a). Cancel through 139 using IVR(Agent Assistance)

(i). Customer will call on 139 and select Option ‘6’ from IVR main menu.

(ii). IVR will ask whether it is Counter Ticket or E- Ticket. Press 1 for Counter Ticket or Press 2 for E-Ticket.

(iii). In case customer selects E-Ticket option, IVR will play a message “Currently ticket booked through Railway Reservation Counter only can be cancelled through 139. Press 8 to go back to main menu

1.      Once customer selects Counter Ticket option, call will be transferred to agent for cancellation.

2.      Agent will ask the following information from customer to process the cancellation.

a.      PNR Number

b.      Train Number

3.      Agent will retrieve ticket information from the server and confirm it with the customer.
4.      After ticket details confirmation, agent will click on “Generate OTP” button to generate the OTP. System will validate the calling number of customer with the number mentioned in ticket details from the system.

5.      If mobile number validation fails, agent will advise the customer to call from the same number mentioned at the time of booking the ticket. If number is successfully validated, OTP will be delivered on passenger’s mobile number which he would convey to agent.

6.      Agent will enter OTP on CRM and will click “Submit” button to process the cancellation. Ticket will be cancelled and refundable amount will be display on agent screen. Agent will communicate the same refundable amount to customer.

7.      Customer has to collect the permissible refundable amount across the PRS counter within the prescribed time limit.

(b) Cancellation through SMS to 139:

(i). User has to send PNR Number & Train Number to 139 in the syntax given below:

CANCEL<PNR Number><Train Number> to 139

Example: CANCEL 2303529769 12420
(ii). User will get below response from 139 after mobile number verification:

“Dear User, We have received cancellation request against PNR number 2303529769, OTP against this request is 123456. To confirm ticket cancellation send SMS OTP 123456 to 139.

(iii). User has to send OTP number received back to 139 for second level of confirmation.

OTP <OTP received on Passenger Mobile Number> to 139

Example: OTP 123456

User will get below response from 139:

“Dear User, Your ticket with PNR number 2303529769 has been cancelled, refundable amount is Rs. ----.”

(iv) Passenger has to collect the permissible refundable amount within prescribed time limit across the PRS counter.

Source : PIB

Sify wins National Award for Department of Post (DoP) Network Integration Project

SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 28, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sify Technologies Limited(NASDAQ: SIFY), headquartered in Chennai, India, a leader in Managed Enterprise, Network, IT and Applications services in India with global delivery capabilities, has won the award for the "Best Use of Technology for Social Cause" for its Department of Post (DoP) Network Integration Project, at the Dataquest Business Technology Awards.

As part of the Rs. 1877.20 Cr DoP modernization/IT automation drive/program, Sify was mandated to build and connect endpoints inclusive of both sorting and administration offices. Sify has played an immensely crucial role by building the largest integrated MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) network in India for the postal services. The total scale of the project involved connecting 28,818 post offices in Phase I; 60% of it across rural parts of the country. Geographically, this covers more than 172000 villages and towns.

Congratulating Sify on the award, Mrs. Kavery Banerjee, Secretary (Posts), Government of India, said, "Sify has been an important partner for the Department of Posts in the IT Modernization Project that aims at transforming the Department from a physical to a digital network. Sify has networked post offices, mail offices and administrative offices of the Department, using multiple modes of connectivity, such as MPLS, Leased Line, wired or wireless internet in diverse geographical locations spread across the length & breadth of India. Further to completion, Sify will continue to maintain this network of over 28,000 offices till 2019."

Commenting on the win, Mr. Kamal Nath, Chief Executive Officer, Sify Technologies Limited, said, "We have started 2016 on a great note with this win. And this award has come close on the heels of the launch of our largest global innovation and development center in India in Hyderabad. I wish to congratulate and thank the various teams in Sify that have worked so hard on this project. The DoP implementation is a landmark project for us that truly showcases Sify's industry-leading network integration capabilities. In building this network, Sify has effectively commissioned the largest MPLS network in India. This award highlights and validates our commitment and efforts to become India's largest integrated ICT Company."

Sify's new-age network for DoP facilitates real time transactions and enables banking for the "unbanked" sections of the society. The people benefited by the initiative include approximately 1.44 million citizens who now have access to real-time banking, banking instruments and banking services. Apart from the transactional benefit to the unbanked, this project holds promise to the banking majors to establish sister units in the most remote parts of the country. This project has also aided the Indian Postal Network into becoming the largest seamlessly integrated logistical provider. Each customer is now a digital address and the transportation capacity of the postal system can now be converted and utilized by ecommerce majors across India.

About Sify Technologies

Sify is among the largest integrated ICT Solutions and Services companies in India, offering end-to-end solutions with a comprehensive range of products delivered over a common telecom data network infrastructure reaching more than 1300 cities and towns in India. This telecom network today connects 38 Data Centers across India including Sify's 6 Tier 3 Data Centers across the cities of Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. A significant part of the company's revenue is derived from Enterprise Services, comprised of Telecom services, Data Center services, Cloud and Managed services, Applications Integration services and Technology Integration services. Sify also provides services that cater to the burgeoning demands of the SMB community, much of it on its Cloud services platform.


Sify is ISO 9001:2008 certified for Enterprise Sales, Provisioning, support and customer relationship management of ICT solutions and services including VPN, Network, Voice, Data Center hosting, Integration services, security services and managed services. Sify has been certified in ISO / IEC 20000 - 1:2011 and ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified for Internet Data Center operations. Sify has been certified in SSAE16 SOC2 Type II for Cloud Infrastructure and in TL 9000 for Enterprise Network Services, Network Integration Services including Design, Implementation and Support services. The latter certification is telecommunication industry's quality system standard that expands the requirements of the International Standards Organization's ISO 9000 quality management standard in use by industries worldwide. Sify has Unified License to operate NLD (National Long Distance), ILD (International Long Distance) services and ISP services and offers VoIP backhaul for international carriers. With the Sify Cable landing station and partnerships with submarine cable companies globally, Sify is present in almost all the spheres of the ICT eco system.

Sify has an expanding base of Managed Services customers, both in India and overseas, and is India's first enterprise managed services provider to launch a Security Operations Center (SOC) to deliver managed security services. The software team develops applications and offers services to improve business efficiencies of its current and prospective client bases. Sify also offers services in the specialized domains of eLearning, both in India and globally. For more information about Sify, visit

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India Post has brought out a commemorative Postage Stamp on "Govardhanram Tripathi" on 27.04.2016. The stamp was released by Lt. Col. D. K. S. Chauhan, CPMG Gujarat Circle in the gracious presence of Smt. Anandiben Patel, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Gujarat

Government gives in to pressure, EPF interest rate increased to 8.8% from 8.7%

Giving in to pressure from trade unions, the finance ministry has agreed to increase interest rate on provident funddeposits to 8.8 per cent from the 8.7 per cent decided by it earlier.

The rollback comes after the Finance Ministry and the Labour Ministry were locked in an intense tussle over the rate of interest on EPFdeposits for 2015-16 with the former pegging the rate at 8.7 per cent, 10 basis points lower than decided by the EPFO.

The Labour Ministry sought a review of the Finance Ministry's decision after trade unions, including the RSS-backed Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh attacked the lowering of the rate.

Finance Ministry had defended its decision to pay 8.7 per cent interest on EPF saying last year's surplus would have to be used to pay this rate.

Opposing the lowering of interest rate, as many as 10 central trade unions decided to hold a day-long protest against the Finance Ministry's decision. A Finance Ministry source said the earlier decision was based on "pure arithmetic calculation" and is aimed at ensuring sustainability of the EPFO and providing "stable returns" to its members in falling interest rate scenario.

Source:-The Economic Times

Retirement on Superannuation & Transfer and Posting in JTS Gr-A Cadre & Adhoc Promotion to JTS Gr-A Cadre in Odisha Circle

Retirement on Superannuation

Shri Golak Ch. Mohanty, Dy. Manager, Postal Printing Press, Bhubaneswar and Shri Haripada Kora, SSPOs, Berhampur Division, Berhampur are retiring on 30th April, 2016(A/N) on superannuation. 

Transfer and Posting in JTS Gr-A Cadre
The following transfer and posting order in JTS Gr-A cadre has been issued vide C.O. Order No. ST/2-34(3)/2015 dated 29-04-2016.

Sl No
Name of the Officer S/Shri
Present place of Posting
Posted on transfer
Krutartha Behera
SSPOs, Bhubaneswar Division, Bhubaneswar
Manager, Postal Printing Press, Bhubaneswar-751010
N. K. Samal
Manager, Postal Printing Press, Bhubaneswar-751010
SSRM, RMS “N” Division, Cuttack753001

Adhoc Promotion to JTS Gr-A Cadre in Odisha Circle

The following PS Group-B Officer(s) is/are promoted to JTS Gr-A Cadre on temporary and adhoc basis and allotted Regions/posted against the post as mentioned below vide Circle Office Memo No.ST/2-34(3)/2015 dated 29/04/2016:-

Sl No
Name of Officer
Present place of posting
Allotted to the Region
Posted on adhoc Promotion
Daitari Rana
SPOs, Koraput Division
Berhampur Region
SSPOs, Koraput Division
Basanta Ku. Panda
AD-II, RO, Berhampur
Berhampur Region
SSPOs, Berhampur Division, Berhampur w.e.f. 01-05-2016
Manoj Ku Naik
AD(Est), CO, BBSR under orders of posting as Dy Manager, PPP, BBSR
Bhubaneswar HQ Region
SSPOs, Bhubaneswar Division, Bhubaneswar

Thursday, April 28, 2016

MoU signed for delivery and collection of water billsthrough post offices in Odisha circle

Delivery and Collection of water bills on behalf of Engineer-in-Chief, PHEO Odisha, Bhubaneswar under Housing & Urban Development Department, Government of Odisha through Post Offices in Odisha Circle.

Standard Operating and Accounting Procedure

1.           Introduction:

i.          This scheme will be carried out in all HOs, MDGs and S.Os having e Payment facility only in Odisha Circle.

ii.          The water bills will be accepted in the Post Offices only in shape of cash. The counter of   the Post Offices will ensure that at least the Present Bill Amount as mentioned in the Bill is fully collected and no partial amount is permissible for collection. Arrear amount, if any, may be collected fully or partially.

iii.          The data would be stored in a Central Data Server. Authorized users in Post offices can access and do the transactions.

iv.          The Application Software provides options for acceptance of water bills of PHEO Odisha.  Billers are created at   Circle   level on the authority of Head of the Circle.

v.          The Head Post Offices attached in (Annexure-A) have been identified as the Nodal Post Offices for the delivery of BMS articles and also collection and payment of water Bills of PHEO Odisha under e Payment.

vi.          The Nodal Officers will collect the water bills from the identified P.H.Divisions of PHEO Odisha as per Annexure-A of the concerned Urban Local Body (ULB) within 4 (four) working days of the 1st week of each month and the same will be distributed to consumer within 10th of each month.

vii.          The Nodal Officers will make necessary arrangement to collect the water bill statements from the identified P.H.Divisions of PHEO Odisha for delivery. The identified P.H.Divisions of PHEO Odisha will make necessary arrangement to handover the BMS articles to the representative of DOP, Odisha before the cut off time.

viii.          The cut off time to receive the Bill Mail Service articles in the identified P.H.Divisions of PHEO Odisha is 10.00hrs.

2.         Mode of payment of bill collection:

(i)           E Payment here allows bill collection only in shape of cash.

(ii)         The   service provider PHEO Odisha who has agreed to avail the service would be available on the computer screen and it would be updated automatically through central server. The interface will be biller specific. Therefore, the bill collection transaction should be done carefully after identifying and selecting the correct biller from the screen.

(iii)       Commission/ transaction fee would be levied as per agreement and this would be configured and a unique biller ID would be created by the   Circle Administrator  based on the area of operation of service for a particular service provider and instruction in this regard will be sent to all concerned.

(iv)        The collections made in the    post offices would be uploaded to central server. If a sub office under a Head post office is designated as e Payment office for a particular biller, its attached HPO shall by default have to be identified as e Payment office for that biller.

3.         Bill Collection:

(i)      E Payment option is inbuilt in Meghdoot software 7.9.4 Version under Financial Services.

(ii)     On accessing the e Payment module, the lists of all biller services for which payments are accepted at the post offices are displayed as selectable option.

(iii)    Counter PA will receive the amount of the bill in cash from the customer.  The Counter PA depending on the biller and mode of payment (by cash only) a customer wants to pay, will select the appropriate biller service option.

(iv)    Biller service specific option payment screen is displayed.

(v)         The counter PA keys in (the Consumer no of the customer and click on fetch button . If the data for the said consumer no is available in the central server , the data in all relevant field will be popped up automatically)   the required payment information with reference to the bill and clicks on PRINT button, after confirming the correctness of the information and complete the entries in other fields also, if any.

(vi)       Receipt is printed on the pre-printed stationery as is being done for BSNL billers. As it is computer generated, no signature of counter staff or date stamp of the office is required to be affixed in both the copies of the computer generated receipt.

(vii)      PA can cancel the payment operation, at any time during the display of the payment entry screen by clicking on the cancel button on the payment entry screen.

(viii)    Counter PA hands over  both the  copy of the receipt to the customer .

(ix)       If the customer failed to submit the  bill and only provide the SMS for  the  bill or only consumer number than  also the  counter PA should  collect the bill  . As there will  be mapping with the central server for all  the biller. After selecting the  biller when the Counter Asst   entered  the consumer number and click on fetch button  the  entire amount  to be  paid by the customer will be fetched by the system and accordingly  the amount to be collected, provided there is  internet connection  in the system to fetch the data from central server.

(x)         At the end of counter transaction, the PA made over the cash to treasurer and after treasurer acknowledge the cash, PA takes print out of submit account. The counter PA should not perform his shift end , until supervisor verifies the submit account data.

(xi)       The Supervisor will login to the Point of Sale and verify the accounts. While verifying the transactions, if the Supervisor finds any mistake, he can cancel the transactions and ask Operator to re-do the transaction. Such action will find a mention in the Error Book with brief of reasons.  Of the newly generated two receipts, both the copy to be  pasted in the Error Book.  .  The correct receipt may be given to the customer in case available and the receipt issued to him earlier will be obtained and cancelled and pasted in the Error Book.

(xii)      Then follow the procedure for transfer cash to treasury and receipt of cash from counter etc. should be followed again. Then supervisor should verify the accounts, as prescribed in the rule books.

(xiii)    After verification, the operator calls Central Server and synchronizes (Sync) the data through epayment communication module. The daily reports (in duplicate) are generated for e Payment transactions for all biller(s) separately and consolidated list for the day.

(xiv)    The Postmaster/Supervisor logs in to the e Payment website( ) and verifies the statistics and amount to confirm that the statistics and amount in respect of his/her office on the Website tallies with the actual transactions done and accounted for in respect of each biller. One copy of each report, duly signed in token of having carried out the prescribed checks, should send to its attached HO duly entered on the back side of daily account. The user ID and password for  checking  e Payment  transaction is :USER ID: dop, password : ePmt

4.         Procedure at the Nodal  Post Office:

(The name of the Nodal Post Offices for payment of cash to PHEO Odisha is attached in Annexure-A as per requirement of the biller and approval of the competent authority.  )

The Sr.PM/PM of the Nodal Post Offices will deposit the cheque issued in favour of the Treasury officer of the District Treasury Office (As per Annexure-A) through a messenger on office arrangement during office hour of the post office daily.   

(i)               PA in the Nodal / Identified Post Office receives biller list from the attached Post Offices   and prepares the consolidation   at his office in a register.

(ii)             The register will be maintained in the Nodal office in the following format, in respect of biller (H & UD Department) who has agreed to pay the commission/ service charges   to be deducted from the amount collected. The entries in the register as per the format given below will be made by PA and duly checked by Supervisor/Postmaster with provision for signature of both of them:-

Name of
ePayment office
Bills collected in cash
e Payment commission & service tax
 Net amount to be paid after deducting commission & ST
Signature of the supervisor
Total No.
Total Amount
Total Commission in Rupees
Total Tax in Rupees

(iii)           Postmaster of the Nodal Post Office checks the list with reference to the transaction report (s) and prepares the consolidation and tally the accounts.

5.         Accounting: Sub Office:

(i)         The SO will collect water and sewerage charges directly from the customers.

6.         Head Office :- Sub Accounts Branch:

(i)        After epayment data received from sub offices through daily account, the sub account PA will feed the data in sub account module under the proper head i.e ePayments Receipts.

(ii)       In accounts branch, there is provision in Accounts (PBS) module to prepare the schedule for epayment receipts/payments for submitting the schedule return to account office(DAP) and the PA will prepare the same and compare the schedule figure with subaccount figure for correctness.

7.              Payment to the Biller (by Nodal Office):

(i)              The identified divisions of PHEO Odisha shall deposit in advance every month against Proforma Invoice the amount equivalent to one month expenditure for delivery of water bill statements through (BMS) and service charge plus service tax for collection of water/sewerage charges as per Para-1.5 & 1.13 of MoU signed.

(ii)             The Nodal Post Office will maintain two registers. One for Bill Mail Service articles tendered for delivery and another for collection of water/sewerage charges through e Payment.

(iii)           The monthly expenditure for delivery of BMS articles will be deducted from the advance deposit made by respective PHEO Odisha and it will be strictly maintained in the register.

(iv)           Similarly, for collection of water/sewerage charges the total amount so collected will be paid to the respective PHEO Odisha without deducting the service charge.

(v)             The service charge due to be collected from the respective PHEO Odisha shall be deducted from the advance deposit made by respective PHEO Odisha.

(vi)           At the time of making payment through Treasury module, system will automatically deduct the service charge and service tax as per the configuration done at the time of biller creation. The treasurer will make payment through cheque for the system generated net amount . Another cheque will be prepared by the treasure  and  paid to PHEO for the deducted amount (service charge+servicetax deducted at the time of making payment) from the corpus fund provided to DOP earlier  by PHEO ,

(vii)      The Nodal Office will ascertain the amount of payment to biller from the Treasury Mode.

(viii)     The   Nodal Post Office will (make payment) transfer to the biller the net amount arrived from the treasury mode which will automatically deduct the  service charges and service tax, as applicable on the date/day as agreed to or as mentioned in the Agreement. This amount should also be tallied with Cash Account maintained at HO.

(ix)           Payment will be made by Account payee cheque to the biller along with the details of total amount collected less service charges and service tax deducted and the net amount due to the biller. The frequency (daily) of payment will be as per the agreement entered into with that particular biller.

(x)             The commission /service charges deducted by the Nodal office at the agreed rate will be accounted for under the head “Commission on Cuttack-WBC” and the Service Tax under head “Service Tax”.

8.               At   DAP Office:

 i.                The accounting procedure customized for e Payment for other billers may be followed

9.               MIS

(i)         MIS report in respect of each bill separately for   Cash.

(ii)        MIS for e Payment bill or fees acceptance offices contains details of bills accepted in that office (The details should tally with the details in the daily transaction report of that office).

(iii)       MIS for the Nodal Post Office for the transactions of attached e Payment offices.

(iv)       MIS for the Nodal paying office, Biller, Division, Region, Circle and Directorate.

All SSPOs/SPOs will go through the contents of MOU signed between the DOP and PHEO, Odisha for successful implementation of the project.