20 October 2016

CHQ News - Regarding posting and transfer of willing Senior PS Group ‘B’ officers in Circle Office / Region Office, over the Ad-hoc PS Group ‘B’ arrangements existing in Circle Office/Region Office.

No. CHQ/AIAIPASP/Ad-hoc/PS Gr.B/2016                           Dated : 19/10/2016

Shri B. V. Sudhakar,
Secretary (Posts),
Department of Posts, 
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg, 
New Delhi 110 001. 

Subject : Regarding posting and transfer of willing Senior PS Group ‘B’ officers in Circle Office / Region Office, over the Ad-hoc PS Group ‘B’ arrangements existing in Circle Office/Region Office.

Respected Sir,

          With due deference it is to brought to your kind notice that ad-hoc arrangements in PS Group ‘B’ cadre particularly in Circle Office / Region office is in vogue for last so many years. Needless to mention, these officers (Ad-hoc arrangements) are drawing desk allowance of Rs.1500/- per month in addition to the officiating pay fixtures. While the senior regular PS Group ‘B’ officers are being posted at a far flung place, at the same time, these ad-hoc officers are enjoying posting in the Circle Office/Region Office with additional monetary benefits. In any case, as it may be, these juniors are beneficial to their seniors, pending up gradation of allowances consequent upon implementation of recommendations of 7th CPC. It is learnt that desk allowance is expected to enhance between Rs 3000/- to Rs.5000/- in the coming weeks. A need of hour is to essentially give fair deal to the deserving, entitle and legitimate person. 

          This Association wishes to request the concerned authorities to direct all Circles/Regions to consider posting of willing PS Group ‘B’ officers in the Circle Office / Region Office rather than to continue with protracted Ad-hoc arrangements with monetary benefits.   

          With profound regards.
Yours sincerely,

(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary
Copy for information and necessary action to :

Ms. Manju Pandy, DDG (P), Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi 110001

CHQ News - Conduct of LDCE for promotion to the cadre of P.S Group ‘B’ from the vacancy year 2012–13 onwards - Regarding objections against conduct of single examination altogether for 5 vacancy years i.e.2012-13 to 2016-17.

No. CHQ/AIAIASP/PS Gr. B Exam 12-17/2016               Dated :  19/10/2016

Shri B. V. Sudhakar,
Secretary (Posts)
Department of Posts, 
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg, 
New Delhi 110 001. 

Sub: Conduct of LDCE for promotion to the cadre of P.S Group ‘B’ from the vacancy year 2012–13 onwards - Regarding objections against conduct of single examination altogether for 5 vacancy years i.e.2012-13 to 2016-17.

Ref: Directorate Notification No. A-34012/8/2016-DE dated 07th October 2016

Respected Sir,

          Kindly refer to Directorate memo cited above vide which LDCE to the cadre of PS Group ‘B’ against vacancy years 2012-13 to 2016-17 (Five Recruitment Years) has been notified. While this Association is showing gratitude to the authorities for deciding upon conduct of LDCE of PS Group ‘B’ cadre, pending for last five years, at the same time there are apprehensions & objections on the manner in which this exam altogether for five recruitment years has been planned. The association has been repeatedly requesting the authorities continuously for the last 3-4 years for conduct of this examination separate for each recruitment year. All these requests were duly acknowledged by the authorities, but it appears that no consideration has been given to it.

2.       As per notification ibid the SINGLE LDCE is scheduled to be held on 04.12.2016 for the 5 different recruitment years listed below:
2012 – 13
2013 – 14
2014 – 15
2015 – 16
2016 – 17
          Apparently, this amounts to violation of equitable justice. This single go examination against five Recruitment Years is denying the aspirants their legitimate and fair right to appear in each LDCE and against each vacancy year. A candidate is thus, given only and only one chance to appear in the exam, rather than to taste success/failure in five exams ought to be conducted separately for separate vacancy year. The manner in which the exam has been notified is also depriving the aspirants the number of opportunities, entitled to him/her as a matter of right and in the interest of equity justice and fair play. For instance, had this LDCE conducted separately for separate vacancy year, a particular aspirant eligible for the vacancies of 2012–13 would get 5 opportunities of appearing in the exam till vacancy year 2016–17, in the event he remained unsuccessful in the previous attempts. The opportunity matrix of a particular aspirant, if LDCE is conducted year to year basis as compared to that of examination conducted through “SINGLE LDCE” would be as under:

Aspirant eligible for the Exam Year
No. of opportunities,if LDCE is conducted on Year to Year Basis till exam for Year 2016 - 17
No. of opportunities, if SINGLE LDCE is conducted as notified.
2012 – 13
2013 – 14
2014 – 15
2015 – 16
2016 – 17

Hence, the decision of conducting SINGLE LDCE for 5 different recruitment years is causing grave injustice to the aspirants for the LDCE and senior members of this association for no reasons attributable to them.
3.       It is further submitted that Para 5 of the notification prescribes syllabus issued by SPG Section vide its letter number 09-59/2010-SPG dated 08.03.2011 & 21.04.2011. It is pertinent to submit that syllabus for PS Group ‘B’ notified vide said letters of SPG Section was further reviewed and modified vide SPG Section letter number F. No. A-34012/03/2013-DE dated 22th April 2014 and the same is conspicuously absent in the notification. A copy of letter enclosed for ready reference please. Thus, there appears ambiguity in the syllabus of PS Group ‘B’ Examination and the matter is still unclear. Furthermore, in Para 6 of the notification, 6% quota of vacancies are found given to General Line Officials which is totally incorrect. Recently General Line Official’s quota was reduced from 6% to 3%. Therefore the vacancies calculated for General Line officials seem to be in more number.  

          In view thereof, this association thus, register its objections against the conduct of SINGLE LDCE notified for filling up vacancies of altogether 5 Recruitment years in a single go and request the authorities to re-visit/re-consider the decision. It is requested to initiate conduct of separate LDCE for each vacancy year one by one at adequate interval of at least one month after declaration of result so that each and every aspirant would be given fair opportunity in his career progression.
With profound regards.
Yours sincerely,

(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary
Copy to :

1.   Shri S. V. Rao, Director (DE), Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg, New Delhi 110 001.

2.   Shri G. M. Taneja, ADG (DE), Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg, New Delhi 110 001.

CHQ News - Request letter to Secretary (Posts) for early disbursement of salary on occasion of Diwali

No. CHQ/AIAIASP/Misc-51/2016                                    Dated :  19/10/2016

Shri B. V. Sudhakar,
Secretary (Posts),
Department of Posts, 
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg, 
New Delhi 110 001. 

Sub : Disbursement of salary to all employees working in our Department including GDS and payment of Pension by 25th of this month on account of Deepavali / Diwali Festival on 29th of this month-reg.

Respected Sir,

          As everyone knows that Diwali (Deepavali) is an important festival spread over the country and celebrated by large. The festival falls on 29th of this month. Hence, we request our Secretary (Posts) to take suitable action at appropriate level, so as to get the orders for payment of salary, wages for all the employees working in our department including GDS and for payment of pension by 25th of this month.

          There is precedence for this, like the order issued by the Govt. to disburse salary, wages, pension well in advance viz. by 13th September of this year, on account of Onam Festival celebrated in Kerala State. This was happened even during year 2015 also.

Yours sincerely,

(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary

19 October 2016

Systemic changes for addressing of public grievances

Niraj Kumar                                                          
DDG (PG, QA & I)

DO.No.3-15/2015-PG                        Dated: 07.10.2016

Respected Sir/ Madam,

Sub: Systemic changes for addressing of public grievances.

During the last PRAGATI meeting held on 24th August 2016, need for imparting soft skills to bring about behavioral changes was highlighted. This found echo in DARPG recommendations as well. This issue has found mention in Board meeting dated 10th Aug 2016 too.

2.  A sizeable part of the public grievance emanates either directly or indirectly from the alleged apathy our unsatisfactory behavior or ill tempered treatment from the postal staff in the counter or the delivery branch of the post office, including the postman.

3.  We pride on our extensive network and last mile connectivity. The postman and the man sitting on the counter is that connectivity. He receives induction and refresher trainings and he is well aware of rules and procedures. There is no deficiency in his capacity or expertise. However, when it comes to handling of crowd, or a pressure situation, or an argumentative or even provocative customer, the staff and even supervisors are found wanting in the necessary skills to diffuse the crisis.

4.  With the above in view, there is a need to launch a sustained campaign on good behavior towards the customer. The key target groups are:

1. the counter staff,

2.  the postman and delivery staff and

3. the postmasters.

Even senior level staff needs to hone their skills on conflict resolution, crowd management, management of counters and other mail / delivery offices during heavy rush, motivational skills, creating cheerful ambiance and customer friendly atmosphere in the post offices and encouraging their staff, including postman , towards good behaviour using a mix of motivational and deterrent actions.

5.  With this objective, the following is proposed:

A. “Mail-Milaap”

i. every day 10 AM to 1 PM is happy hour in the public hall .

ii. happiest counters or bright spot counters will be suitably rewarded  and so labelled.

iii. gentleman of the month or model staff of the month badge to be worn by the gentleman / model staff.

iv. the post office will be chosen by RWA and local residents for the Happiness Centre award which should be given wide publicity.

B. Khush-Khabri (meaning good news, but can also mean happy messenger)

i. the postman to be motivated to be the gentleman postman

ii. the beat will be named as happy beat.

iii. KYD (know your dakia) to be launched whereby name and mobile no of the postman to be available to the residents of the beat. This helps the residents to connect with the postman and facilitate delivery.

iv. “Last mile with smile” campaign  : Under this campaign the Postman and other delivery staff will be sensitise towards customers friendly behaviour.  The Postman provide the last mile connectingly to the entire postal system. In the rural areas, the delivery work force is going to be used for financial inclusion as well.  Therefore, the compaign will focus on encouraging the postman to “deliver with smile” and be a friendly and a helping person, i.e. a “Gentleman Postman”. Depending upon his behaviour and feedback from people,his beat will be declared a “happy beat”.  There will be special reward to the Division and Circles with maximum number of “happy beats”.  This should also reflect in the reduction of public complaints relating to bad behaviour of the Postman all deliberate non delivery, delayed delivery etc.  Because a “happy beat” needs that delivery is prompt.


 (A).     Timeline:

i.  By 30th October, 2016, one post office in the Circle Headquarter or anywhere in the Circle to be adopted for “Mail-Milap” campaign and will have all fully “Happy Counters”. 

ii.  Similarly one delivery post office will be selected based on a largest number of delivery related complaints pertaining to Postman or delivery staff.  By 30th of October,2016, a happy beat will be created.  It will be desirable if all beats in a particular post office are “Happy Beats”.

iii. By 31st December, 2016, all HOs should implement the “Mail-Milap” campaign in their counters and public hall.  All HOs should be able to identify a “Happy Counter” and the name of the staff.

iv.  Name, picture, contract number etc. of the staff can be popularised on social media by creating a “Happy Group”.

v.  By 30th March, 2017, the “Mail-Milap” campaign can be extended upto all these important delivery post offices in the cities.

vi. By 30th June, 2017, all sub post offices should be covered under the “Mail-Milap” campaign.

vii. Similarly by 31st December, 2016 all the HOs would identify one or more “Happy Beats” and “Gentleman Postman”.  Their particulars should also be shared in the social media “Happy Group”.  By 31st March 2017, Circles will identify such “Gentleman Postman” and “Happy Beats” from all the sub offices in urban area.

viii. By 30th June,2017, rural sub offices will be covered.

ix. By 31st December, 2017 all GDS delivery agents and BPM should sensitize towards good behaviour and service to the customer.

(B) Action Points:

i.  A workshop on the subject can be arranged in Directorate with all the DPS HQ and other Senior Officers of the Circles will be involved.

ii. All the senior officers in the Circles will organize camps and workshop in their Circles, Region and Division to spread awareness about the campaign and will address the counter staff, Postmasters and Postmen.

iii.  Circles will also be asked for happiness volunteers from among the post office staff who can sensitize and motivate their colleague and thus help the campaign.

iv. Creative banners, posters leaflet should be prepared. Sign Boards for happy hours, happy counters, etc. should be prepared to. Circles may communicate with the public through local FM Radio messages and  social media.  Customer meetings should also be arranged.

v. A social audit group of eminent personalities, RWAs, Schools etc. should created which can review the “Hppiness centres” and “Happy Beats”.

vi. Circles will be encourage to share a success stories or any suggestions.

7.  A “National Postal Happiness Index” will be created whereby Circles will be ranked.  The index will be created on 30.04.2017.

8.  A “National Postal Consumer Satisfaction Index” will also be accordingly developed.

You are requested to start this happy campaign in order to bring about behavioral and attitudinal changes in our staff. Because, this will go a long way in rebuilding the image of the Department and creating a positive and happy perception about our staff.

This issue with the approval of Secretary (Posts).

Wishing you Happy Navratri & Dussehra

With regards.

(Niraj Kumar)


From next year, MGNREGS workers to get wages via Post Payments Bank

Tribune News Service, Ludhiana, October 16

With the opening of Post Payments Bank at the post offices next year, the payment to MGNREGS workers and labourers will also be done through these banks.

According to information, India Post Payments Bank, which is expected to become operational by next year, will be used for the payments of some schemes run by the Central Government, including payments to MGNREGS workers.

It would be a great relief to MGNREGS workers in particular, because being a rural employment guarantee scheme, MGNREGS beneficiaries of the scheme are in villages, but the penetration of the post offices is deeper in villages than banking sector. So, MGNREGS workers will be able to collect the payments from nearby post offices instead of having to visit banks, said one of the officials in the Postal Department.

Deepinder Singh, a Gram Rozgar Sewak under MGNREGS, said if the payment was done through post offices, it would help the labourers. “It is a promising move, but the direct payment for different schemes must also be clearly earmarked to prevent any confusion in the minds of the labourers,” he said.

Satwant Kaur, one of the MGNREGS labourers in Khedi village, said the nearer she could collect the payments, the better it was for all MGNREGS workers. “It gets difficult to visit far off villages to get the payments in old age. If money is paid through post offices, it would be a great help,” she added.

7th Pay Commission: Enhanced incentives proposed for Central govt staff acquiring higher qualification


The 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) may have recommended abolition of 51 allowances, and subsuming 37 others after examining 196 allowances. The final decision however rests with the Centre. While this may cause concern among Central government employees, there are some surprises in store for them.

CPC has not only accepted the demand for retaining some of the allowances, but has also enhanced the amount in its recommendations.

For instance, incentives paid to Central government employees for acquiring higher qualifications. The CPC has proposed a steep hike to staff from the amount currently payable — ranging from Rs 2,000 to Rs 10,000, subject to caveats and existing norms governing such payments.

"The Commission appreciates the need to encourage acquiring of higher qualifications. At the same time, it is important that the knowledge so acquired is directly relevant to the scope of the employee's occupation," it said in its voluminous report submitted to the Indian government on November 19, 2015.

However, the CPC refused to bring the incentives on par with those payable to defence personnel, saying it was not feasible "in view of the different service conditions, mode of recruitment and other factors."

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Pay upgrade proposed for Russian translators

Russia was the flavour of the week gone by, with India signing a slew of defence deals during the recent BRICS summit held in Goa last week. But Russian translators were of the view that they were not being paid adequately despite being assigned responsibilities similar to those engaged in translation of other languages.

18 October 2016

India Post Payments Bank Recruitment

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Same day delivery of speed post, Express parcel and business parcel articles that are received from HUB for first delivery and 2nd delivery to be delivered on same day itself. This was introduced previously for 20 delivery post offices under Hyderabad city region now has been extended to further 50 offices w.e.f. 17.10.2016. And all 102 delivery offices under Hyderabad city region come under this programme shortly as said by the CPMG – Telangana circle Breg.Chandra sekhar while addressing the city Postmasters and other delivery staff on Same day delivery meeting held at C.O., Hyderabad today. 

Salient features:-

1. All received speed / BP /EP from HUB during morning hours i.e for first delivery should be delivered completely on same day. 

2. All the Speed/ BP/EP articles received for 2nd delivery should be delivered completely on same day. 

3. Articles of above type booked (up to 12.00 Hrs) in the office should be delivered on same day. 

4. The delivery performance should be >95 % 

5. The offices which delivery performance < 85 % will be watched.

6. D+0 should be 100%

7. Bulk addressee (those who receive more than 10 articles per day) should be identified and their address should be included at NSH level to improve delivery performance for such cases.

8. The delivery performance should be scrutinized by divisional office every day. 

The MNOP dash board analysis under various items: sorting hub reports, Intra circle hub reports, reports on e- commerce articles and Raw data for analysis has been explained. 

9. Out sourcing Agency (OSA) engaged: Outsourcing for pick up volume of mail, booking of mail and delivery of mail are to be utilized. The rates for their work has been fixed by circle office for each category wise. Where there is a scope for delivery of mail on same day due to heavy volume the OSA services are to be utilized as per divisional head orders.

10. NODEL DELIVERY :- Some offices under Hyderabad city region was identified for NODEL MAIL delivery offices. For example Sanjeevareddy Nager & SNIE offices 2nd delivery mail will be sent to Sanjeeva reddy nagar P.O. This office make arrangements for delivery of mail attached to same and other office. GPO- Hyderabad acts as Nodel Office for Putlibowli, Vijayanagar colony, GPO it self. The concept of Nodel delivery is to speed up the mail delivery performance.

Questions on CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964

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How to claim PPF after subscriber's death

In the event of the death of a Public Provident Fund (PPF) subscriber, any money left in their PPF account is passed on to the nominee(s) or the legal heir(s). The paperwork and documentation for the claim vary based on whether a nomination has been registered by the PPF subscriber or not. Here’s how to go about filing a claim. 


Nominees or the legal heir of the deceased PPF subscriber are required to submit a duly filled Form G to the bank or post office where the the PPF account was held. 

Nomination registered 

If the PPF subscriber had registered a valid nomination, the nominee will be able to claim the proceeds from the account by simply filing the Form G, along with proof of death of the subscriber (death certificate). 

No nomination 

If there is no nomination in force, the claim can be made by the legal heirs of the de -ceased subscriber. In addition to death certificate, the legal heirs also have to submit a succession certificate or letters of administration along with an attested copy of probate of will issued by a competent court. 

Amount up to Rs 1 lakh 

If the amount standing to the credit of the PPF account is up to Rs 1 lakh, the claim may be processed after submission of the following documents: 
*A letter of indemnity. 
*An affidavit. 
*A letter of disclaimer on affidavit. 
*A certificate of death of subscriber on stamped paper. 


On receipt of application and documents from the nominee(s), if these are found to be in order, all amounts standing to the credit of the PPF account of the deceased subscriber will be repaid to the nominee(s) by the bank or post office. Adjustments will be made according to interest on loans taken by the subscriber. 

Points to note 

*In case of death of one of the nominees, the surviving nominee(s) will also have to provide proof of death of the deceased nominee. 
*The balance in the PPF account continues to earn interest till the end of the month preceding the month in which payment of the deposits stopped. 

Source:-The Economic Times

Government to distribute subsidised pulses through Postal Network

MUMBAI: The government has decided to use postal network for distribution of subsidized pulses and release more Chana from buffer stock to ensure availability of these commodities at reasonable prices during ongoing festival season. The decisions were taken in the Inter Ministerial Committee on prices of essential commodities headed by Union consumer affairs secretary, Hem Pande. The committee reviewed availability and prices of essential commodities specially pulses and suggested that in the absence of Government outlets in the states postal networks should be export for the distribution.

It was observed that there are declining trends in the prices of pulses in recent weeks. The prices of some of the other commodities are stable. The committee also reviewed procurement arrangements of Kharif pulses by government agencies. It was informed that so far 500 procurement centres have been opened and farmers are being paid through check or bank transfer instantly. The government has set up procurement target of 50,000 MT for current Kharif pulses.

Source:-The Times of India

Revised Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 2.0 related to proposed India Post Payments Bank

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17 October 2016

Creation of a new Region named 'Varanasi Region' at Varanasi (UP) by re-organizing existing Regions

Hon'ble President of India Sh. Pranab Mukherjee released a Commemorative Postage Stamp on "Induction of C-130" on 06.10.2016

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Identification of the Sensitive and Non-sensitive posts in Department of Posts-regarding.

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7th Pay Commission: Expert committee on allowances may retain hike proposed by panel

If a portal dedicated to Indian bureaucrats is to be believed, the Narendra Modi government may end up accepting the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) on allowances, just as it did on salary component. 

The government had referred the proposals on raising allowances to an expert panel headed by finance secretary Ashok Lavasa in June and had given a deadline of four months to finalise a decision. 

The 7th CPC had recommended 16 per cent hike in salary payable with retrospective effect from January 1, 2016 and two rates of increase in allowances — 138.71 per cent for house rent allowance and 49.79 per cent for other allowances in its November 2015 report. 

The latter portion was referred to the expert panel by the Union Cabinet in June, while taking a decision on the 7th CPC report. 

The Sen Times, quoting a finance ministry official, said that the expert committee is likely to retain the hike proposed by the 7th CPC. 

"The committee on allowances is likely to stick with the 7th Pay Commission's recommendations on allowances," the official confirmed to The Sen Times. 

Central government employees "could get the higher allowances from their October or November salaries," the portal added. 

The additional amount on account of hike in HRA and other allowances is about Rs 29,300 crore (Rs 17,200 crore + Rs 12,100 crore) during the current fiscal, as estimated by the 7th CPC. 

In its report, the pay commission had recommended abolition of 51 allowances and subsuming 37 others after examining 196 allowances. 

The recommendations of the 7th CPC cover 47 lakh Central government employees and 53 lakh pensioners, of which 14 lakh employees and 18 lakh pensioners are from the defence forces. 

The overall financial impact on account of hike in pensions was estimated at more than Rs 30,000 crore. 

"Based on the current trend, the total expenditure on pension during the year 2016-17, without factoring in the recommendations being made by this Commission, is expected to be Rs 1,42,600 crore," the report said. 

"After implementation of the recommendations of the VII CPC, this is likely to rise to Rs 1,76,300 crore, reflecting an increase of about Rs 33,700 crore (23.63 per cent)," it added.

Source : http://www.ibtimes.co.in

Directorate called for meeting with staff side representatives of reecognized staff Unions/Associations to discuss on Allowances

Postal stamp on 'Om Jai Jagadish' creator sought

Ludhiana: The birthday of Pandit Shradha Ram Phillauri, writer of the prayer 'Om Jai Jagadish Hare' -- which is sung in all the temples of the world and houses of Hindus -- was celebrated in Ludhiana on Friday. The demand for a commemorative postal stamp and establishment of a chair in his name was raised by members of various organizations on this occasion. In the function organized in Krishna Temple Hall of Model Town 21, people from various fields were honoured.

Krishna Kumar Bawa from the Pandit Shradha Ram Phillauri Welfare Association informed that Phillauri was born on September 30 in 1837 at Phillaur near Ludhiana. Phillauri's novels highlighted his endeavour to fight social evils like Sati and child marriage. His writings also advocated widow remarriage and education for women. Bawa informed that Queen Victoria's horoscope made by Phillauri was housed in a London museum.

"Importantly, 'Om Jai Jagadish Hare' was composed by him while singing in the streets, and now this prayer is sung by Hindus all over the world. It was on April 13, 1863, that this prayer was sung for the first time by him," said Bawa.

Source:-The Times of India

CHQ News - Amendment to the constitution of All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendents, Posts.

No. CHQ/AIAIASP/Constitution/2016                                Dated :  15/10/2016

Shri V. Ramaswamy,
ADG (SR & Legal),
Department of Posts, 
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg, 
New Delhi 110 001. 

Subject : Amendment to the constitution of All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendents, Posts.

Ref.        :    Directorate No. 15/03/2016-SR dated 22nd March, 2016

Respected Sir,
                   IP/ASP Association would like to bring to your kind notice that Directorate vide above captioned memo has approved and circulated amendments in Article No. 5 and 38 of the constitution of All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendents, Posts to all Heads of Circles.

                   This Association held its CWC on 10/9/2016 and 11/9/2016 at Ujjain (MP) in which it was pointed out by few Circle Secretaries and CHQ office bearers that above said memo was not circulated by most of the circles to DDOs.

                   It is therefore requested to kindly re-circulate the revised amendments approved by the Directorate in above said memo once again to all circles with a direction to circulate to all DDOs in the country.

                                                                                       Yours sincerely,

(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary

CHQ News - Letter to DG on pending issues related to IP / ASP Association.

No. CHQ/AIAIASP/Pending/2016                                      Dated :  15/10/2016


The Director General,
Department of Posts, 
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg, 
New Delhi 110 001. 

Subject : Pending issues related to IP / ASP Association .

Respected Sir,
                   The representatives of IP / ASP Association met you on 22/8/2016 at Directorate and discussed the issues related to cadre in detail. The list of pending issues (copy enclosed) was also handed over to you but till date nothing is heard from Directorate.

              It is therefore once again requested to kindly look into the matter personally and issue the necessary instructions to concerned Division / Section of Directorate to resolve the long pending issues at the earliest.
                                                                                       Yours sincerely,

(Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary