UNITY FOR STRUGGLE, AND STRUGGLE FOR UNITY - UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL
35th All India Conference of All India RMS & MMS Employees union, Mailguards and Multi Tasking Staff Group’C’ was held from 7TH to 10th January 2018 New Office Bearers elected for the next session. President Com. I.P.Shaik MTS RMS ‘L’Division ( Maharastara) Vice-President 1 Com. Prem Prakash II MTS Delhi Stg Division ( Delhi) Vice-President 2 Com. V.Babu MG Bangalore Stg Division ( Karnataka) Vice-President 3 Com. Sanjay Dhar Dubey MTS RMS ‘A’ Division Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) General Secretary Com. P. Suresh MG Hyd Sorting Division ( Telangana) Assistant General Secretaries. 1 Com. C.M.Ravindernath MTS RMS ‘CT’ Division ( Kerala) 2 Com. Goutam A More MTS Central Sorting Division (Maharastara) 3 Com. J.Sridhara MTS Bangalore Stg Division ( Karnataka) 4 Com. Manabendra Singh MTS RMS ‘SG’ Division ( West Bengal) 5 Com. K. Muktar Ahmed MTS RMS ‘Z’ Division Hyd (Telangana) 6 Com. R.K.Pagi MTS RMS ‘W’ Division Vadadora ( Gujarat) 7 Com. R.Santhanam MTS Chennai Sorting Division ( Tamilnadu) 8 Com. T.Kannaiah MG RMS ‘TP’ Division Tirupathi ( Andhra Pradesh) 9 Com. G.V.Shinde MTS MMS Mumbai ( Maharastra) Treasurer Com . K.K.Sharma MTS Air Mail Division ( Delhi) Federal Councillors 1 Com.Saddamur Rhaman MG RMS ‘GH’ Division ( Assam) 2 Com. Jai Singh MTS RMS ‘ D’ Division (Haryana) 3 Com. Hemanth Kumar Padhi MTS Rourkela RMS ( Odisha) 4 Com. Anjali Wala MTS Jallandar RMS ( Punjab) 5 Com. Lakshmi Kanth Sharma MTS ` Jaipur RMS ( Rajasthan ) 6 Com. Sumiran Lal Bandar MTS Raipur RMS ( Chattisgarh) 7 Com. Rabindra Prasad MTS Patna RMS ( Bihar 8 Com. Ramashray. Sing MTS RN Division BS Stg ( Jharkhand) 9 Com. Md. Saleem MTS RMS ‘JB’ Stg Jabalpur ( Madhya Pradesh) 10 Com. Mahesh Chand MTS New Delhi Sorting Division ( Delhi) 11 Com. D.S.Kurne MTS Air Mail Stg Division ( Maharastra) 12. Com. A.N.Srinivas MTS Hyderabad Air Sorting ( Telangana) 13. Com. Sudhir Kumar Sharma MTS Delhi Sorting Division ( Delhi) 14. Com. M.Mohan MTS RMS ‘T’ Division Tirchy ( Tamilnadu) 15. Com. G.S.Sastry MG Hyderabad Sorting Division ( Telangana)
Scrap Contributory Pension Scheme Settle 10 points Charter of demands NATIONAL CONVENTION OF CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES DECLARES ONE DAY STRIKE ON 15th NOVEMBER 2018

Monday, July 16, 2018

CONFEDERATION POSTER

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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has published the Tier-I marks of CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level) Exam 2017

No. Of Candidates Appeared: 26,57,468
Candidates may check their marks on the following link from 13.07.2018 to 13.08.2018 by using their Registration No./Roll No. and Registered Password:
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Department of Posts - India Post (Ministry of Communications) - Latest Orders

Department of Posts - India Post (Ministry of Communications) - Latest Orders
Department of Posts issued orders regarding various subjects and compile the orders for your ready reference..
Department of Posts (Ministry of Communications) - Latest Orders
Order No.
Date
Details
56-01/2018-PAP
04/07/2018
52-01/2018-PAP
04/07/2018
4-7/MACPS/2009-PCC (Pt.)
02/07/2018
7-8/2016-PCC(Pt.)
02/07/2018
SB Order No.08/2018
02/07/2018
17-31/2016-GDS
27/06/2018
17-31/2016-GDS
27/06/2018
38-1/2017-PE-II
27/06/2018
16-1/2017-inspn
26/06/2018
17-31/2016-GDS
25/06/2018
2-1/2018-PAP(E-3074059)
19/06/2018
50-01/2018-PAP
18/06/2018
17-03/2017-PAP
18/06/2018
14-01/2013-PAP
14/06/2018
CEPT-1/Admin/Staff
12/06/2018

11th JULY the 58th anniversary of the Glorious Strike of the Central Government Employees which started on 11th July 1960 and continued for 5 days on the basic demands of the workers


Today, is the 58th anniversary of the Glorious Strike of the Central Government Employees which started on 11th July 1960 and continued for 5 days on the basic demands of the workers. That was their biggest strike in independent India till then, which shook the edifice of the Government.It was suppressed by all repressive measures putting thousands in jail, dismissal, termination etc. But the workers never surrendered. The mighty one day Token Strike on 19th September 1968 reminded the Government that the workers can never be suppressed all the times. On this day our Revolutionary salutes to all those comrades who sacrificed their lives at the altar of struggle and also who faced inhuman suppression and also the lakhs of workers who participated. Red Salute to all those who showed through their action that the united struggle is the right path             Today, is the 58th anniversary of the Glorious Strike of the Central Government Employees which started on 11th July 1960 and continued for 5 days on the basic demands of the workers. That was their biggest strike in independent India till then, which shook the edifice of the Government.
It was suppressed by all repressive measures putting thousands in jail, dismissal, termination etc. But the workers never surrendered. The mighty one day Token Strike on 19th September 1968 reminded the Government that the workers can never be suppressed all the times.
On this day our Revolutionary salutes to all those comrades who sacrificed their lives at the altar of struggle and also who faced inhuman suppression and also the lakhs of workers who participated. Red Salute to all those who showed through their action that the united struggle is the right path.

Clarification on the application of "Very Good" benchmark under MACP Scheme

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JCA PROGRAMME (R3 & R4 NFPE & FNPO ) DHARNA AT DAK BHAWAN ON 4TH SEPTEMBER 2018

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NJCA Resolution and Letter to Cabinet Secretary

Shri S. B. John Varaprasad Luke, Sr. Manager (MMS), Mumbai, will hold the current charge of Director (MV), Postal Directorate, New Delhi

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Appointment Order for B V Sudhakar retd. IPoS as an Administrative member in the CAT Hyderabad.

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Empanelled Health Care Org shall notify two Nodal Officers for CGHS beneficiaries

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Extension of validity period of empanelment of already empanelled HCOs under CGHS

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7th CPC House Building Advance Order for enhancement in loan sanctioned on or after 01.01.2016 but before 09.11.2017

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TIME FOR LINKING PAN WITH AADHAR TILL 31ST MARCH 2019

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DECISION OF THE NJCA MEETING HELD AT JCM (NC) STAFF SIDE OFFICE, NEW DELHI ON 3rd JULY 2018

Representatives of the Confederation took a stand that as two years are already over after the assurances given by Group of Ministers, NJCA should revive the deferred indefinite strike immediately and date of commencement of the strike should be decided. After detailed discussion and after considering the views expressed by other NJCA Members (representing Railway Federations & Defence Employees Federations), it was unanimously decided TO PASS A RESOLUTION against the anti - employee attitude of the Government and inform the Government that if the Government fails to settle the demands of the Central Govt. Employees raised by NJCA including the major demands viz; increase in Minimum Pay and Fitment Factor from 01.01.2016, Scrapping of NPS, implementation of Option - 1 from 01.01.2016 , withdrawal of "very good" bench mark for promotion , through a negotiated settlement on or before 07th August 2018 , then the NJCA would be left with no option than to revive the deferred indefinite strike action. The NJCA will meet on 18th August 2018, to decide next course of action.
NO CHANGE IN CONFEDERATION's ONE DAY STRIKE ON 15th NOVEMBER 2018
Keeping in mind our experience with NJCA, Conferation National Secretariat has decided to go ahead with the 15.11.2018 strike and Campaign programmes as decided in the 10th June Hyderabad National Convention demanding settlement of 10 points Charter of demands of Confederation. 

MODIFIED ASSURED CARRIER PROGRESSION SCHEME (MACPS) TO EMPLOYEES W.E.F 01.09.2008 - CLARIFICATION ON COUNTING OF PRE- W.R.T PARA 9 OF MACPS GUIDELINES – REGARDING.

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Monday, June 11, 2018

FINALIZATION OF ANNUAL SPORTS CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 2018-19

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NATIONAL CONVENTION OF CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES DRAFT RESOLUTION DECLARATION,

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IMPORTANT JUDGEMENT FROM PCAT NEW DELHI REGARDING GDS PENSION

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Victory to the unity. Once again it is proved unity will always pave the way to the Victory .

 All three GDS unions (AIGDSU, AIPEU-GDS & NUGDS) 16 days historic indefinite strike of 2.76 lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks.  We congratulate the entire GDS who stood unitedly like a rock and defeated all the anti-strike propaganda of the Postal Board and their Agents. We salute the GDS for their courage, bravery and determination. This strike is a history and it will be written in golden letters in the history of Postal Trade Union movement and Indian working class movement. Not only all Central Trade Unions but the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) Postal Federations also extended full support and solidarity to this strike for emancipation of most down trodden section called GDS.
This strike is significant because, it fought against the adamant attitude of the Govt and Postal Board, rejecting their sweet-coated appeals and also threat of “withdraw the strike, then only we will talk” and finally ended in thumping victory and came out with flying colours. All credit goes to the 2.76  lakhs GDS who fought heroically and unitedly, even though they are scattered in 1,29,500 rural Branch post offices. This is the great victory of the poor, oppressed, downtrodden and marginalized section of the society who have nothing to loose but chains. And We convey our deep condolences to the families of brave GDS whose shocking sudden deaths and suicide while on strike has shaked the conscience of right thinking persons.
CHQ R4 CONGRATULATES  GDS  Comrades FOR THEIR HEROIC STRUGGLE 16 days historic indefinite strike. The CHQ R4 assures GDS its full Co-operation and help in the future also

NATIONAL CONVENTION OF CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES DECLARES ONE DAY STRIKE ON 15th NOVEMBER 2018

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

G D S COMMITTEE REPORT APPROVED BY CABINET TODAY

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SAD NEWS


 


CONDOLENCE

Com. G.L. Dhar, Secretary AITUC, former Secretary General Central Secretariat employees and popular veteran trade union leader is no more. He is 84 years old. He conducted historical struggles in Delhi for the cause of working class. Workers called him “Lion of the Delhi” with love. CG/POSTAL Employees,never forget his valuable advises and support and solidarity during All strikes/Struggles.    Com. G.L. Dhar is very affectionate to Com. P.Suresh GS R4 NFPE and appreciated his fighting nature.

CHQ R4 NFPE expressed deep condolence to the family members of Com. G.L. Dhar with deep grief. We dip our banner to the honor of departed leader. May his soul rest in peace. 

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

New Guidelines & Application form for submission of Children Education Allowance claim

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Date up to which enhanced family pension payable: for 7 years or 67 years of age of deceased retired govt servant

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CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES & WORKERS

CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS
1ST  FLOOR, NORTH AVENUE, POST OFFICE BUILDING, NEW DELHI – 110 001

HISTORIC STRIKE ENTERS 15TH DAY

THREE LAKHS GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS DID IT

Government and Postal Board is totally indifferent. Suicides and death of GDS while on strike are reported everyday. Situation becoming out of control.Nearly 7000 GDS including 1000 ladies mobilized infront of Cheif PMG office Hyderabad and they refused to disburse till the strike is settled. Only due to the timely intervention of Ministers, MPs, MLAs and TU Leaders of Telangana the situation came under control after five hours. All the Branch Postoffices remain closed for fifteen days and they have now become Branch “Ghost” Offices. The anger and protest of striking GDs is growing day by day. If the situation goes out of control and any untoward incidents happens, the Govt and Postal Board alone will be responsible. The calculation of the Officers that believing their sugar-coated appeals, GDS will resume duty on 4th June (Monday) had gone wrong.

The attempt to reach Circle level settlements to break the unity and weaken the position of All India Leadership of the striking GDS,while All India unions are on strike has also miserably failed. 99% of the Circle Unions refused to reach Circle level agreements and categorically told the Chief PMsG to discuss with their All India leadership and reach settlement at Delhi level. Percentage of the strike increased further in all states and it has reached its peak on 4th June (Monday), almost 100% in all states.

Confederation National Secretariat calls upon all its affiliates and C-o-Cs to extend full support and solidarity to the striking GDS. Don’t hesitate. Grab the seriousness of the situation and jump into action. Take initiative to form strike aid Committees at all places. Extend financial assistance to the needy GDS who are on strike. Organize various types of protest and solidarity action daily under the banner of strike –aid committee or confederation. Approach MPs, MLAs, Ministers, distinguished personalities and organizations and request them to intervene.

All GDS Unions including pro-BJP BMS Union has unanimously decided to continue the strike till settlement of their demands. Strike may prolong further due to the negative attitude of Government. GDS unions are ready to continue their struggle. There is no wavering or confusion anywhere. The strategy of the department to make them starve and then surrender has also failed.

Remember, after 1946 P & T strike which lasted for 26 days and after 1974 Railway strike which lasted for 25 days, this heroic struggle has taken place and three lakhs most down trodden GDS has did it. We should understand the significance of this strike and come forward to extend all out support. Once the bus is missed, you cannot catch it again.

M.Krishnan
Secretary General
Confederation
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POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION (NFPE & FNPO) LETTER TO SECRETARY DOP

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANISATIONS
Central Head Quarters, New Delhi – 110001
 

Ref:PJCA/GDS Strike/01/2018                                                   Dated – 05.06.2018

To

Sri. A. N. Nanda
Secretary
Department of Posts
Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001

Sir,

Sub: -  Ongoing GDS Strike.

As you are aware the strike of the GDS Unions demanding immediate implementation of positive recommendation of Kamalesh Chandra committee is continuing. All the four GDs Unions are on strike and the functioning of 1,29,500 Branch Post offices has been paralysed. In remaining departmental offices also work is badly affected.

Instead of taking a positive approach to discuss and settle the demands amicably, the stand of the Department and Govt. that “strike should be withdrawn first and then only discussion”, “no minutes or agreement” etc. cannot be accepted by trade Unions of its name. The attitude of the Govt. and Department is condemnable.

As GDS has not raised any unreasonable demand, prolonging the strike further will complicate the situation. We, the Federation, shall not remain as silent spectators, when 2.76 lakhs GDS who are an integral part and backbone of the rural Postal services are on strike for 15 days.

We hereby like to inform you that if the strike is not settled by accepting the reasonable demands of the striking GDS Unions immediately, NFPE and FNPO and all its affiliated unions will be compelled to join the strike with short notice. We have already notified the meetings of our managing bodies to take a decision in this regard.

We earnestly hope that the Secretary, Department of Posts, shall come forward to negotiate and settle the legitimate demands of the striking GDS Unions forthwith, before the situation goes from bad to worse.

Yours faithfully,


                        D. Kishan Rao                                                              R. N. Parashar

                        Secretary General, FNPO                                            Secretary General, NFPE       

POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION ( NFPE & FNPO) CIRCULAR

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES

FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANISATIONS
Central Head Quarters, New Delhi – 110001

Dated: 05-06-2018
GDS STRIKE ENTERS 15TH DAY

NFPE & FNPO DECLARES FIVE DAYS RELAY (10 am to 5 pm) MASS HUNGER FAST

IN FRONT OF ALL CPMsG OFFICES ON 7th, 8th, 11th, 12th & 13th JUNE 2018

DEMANDING  IMMEDIATE  IMPLEMENTATION OF  KAMALESH CHANDRA COMMITTEE REPORT

The historic strike of three lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks has entered 15th day. Six round of discussions held so far has failed to reach an honourable settlement due to the indifferent and negative attitude of the Govt. and Postal Board. “Call off the strike first, then we will discuss” attitude of the Central Government cannot be accepted by any Unions. The sugar-coated appeals of the Secretary, Department of Posts could not create any impact on the striking GDS. Nobody resumed duty. Percentage of the strike reached all time high on 4th June (Monday). All attempts of the Govt. and Postal Board to break the strike have miserably failed.

GDS are becoming more and more restive and anger and protest is growing day by day. The situation may go out of control of the Postal Board and Officers, as happened in Hyderabad on 04.06.2018. About 7000 GDS including 1000 ladies mobilized in front of the CPMG Office and protested for about five hours. GDS on strike are committing suicide and sudden deaths are taking place every day. In this situation, a full-fledged meeting of the Postal JCA will be held shortly and the possibility of All India solidarity strike will be explored in all seriousness.

In the meantime, the NFPE and FNPO has decided to organize five days mass relay hunger fast (10am to  5 pm) in front of all Chief PMsG Offices on 7th, 8th, 11th, 12th & 13th June 2018 demanding immediate implementation of Kamalesh Chandra Committee Report. The striking GDS Unions has already given call for indefinite relay hunger fast in front of all Divisional Offices from 6th June 2018.

As a second phase of programme Secretary General NFPE & FNPO and All India office bearers and General Secretaries of it’s affiliated unions will sit on two days relay Hunger Fast on 18th & 19th June 2018 in front of Dak Bhawan, New Delhi.

We have given a Joint letter of PJCA to Secretary, Department of Posts, informing that NFPE and FNPO will be compelled to join the strike if strike demand is not settled immediately by accepting the reasonable demands of the striking GDS Unions (Letter published separately).

NFPE and FNPO calls upon all its affiliated unions and Circle/Divisional Secretaries to make the five days relay hunger fast in front of Circle Offices a grand success by mobilizing huge participation of employees. Also extend full support and help to the indefinite relay hunger fast of striking GDS unions infront of all Divisional Offices from 6thJune 2018.

D.KISHAN RAO                                                         R.N.PARASHAR
            Secretary General, FNPO                                            Secretary General, NFPE    

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

STRIKE DECLARATION NATIONAL CONVENTION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

       
2018 JUNE 10th SUNDAY - 10 AM TO 5 PMAT HYDERABAD
                                 VENUE :  SUNDARAYYA VIGNANA KENDRA, BAGHALINGAMPALLY.
*        SCRAP NPS. RESTORE DEFINED PENSION SYSTEM TO ALL
*        HONOUR ASSURANCE GIVEN BY GROUP OF MINISTERS. INCREASE MINIMUM PAY AND FITMENT FORMULA.
*        SETTLE 10 (TEN) POINTS CHARTER OF DEMANDS.
“DEFEAT THE DISASTROUS NEO-LIBERAL POLICIES.
DEFEAT THE ANTI-LABOUR RULING CLASS POLITICS BEHIND IT.”
Programme
10-06-2018, Sunday
08.30 AM                :     Registration
09.30 AM                :     Flag Hoisting and Homage to Martyrs.
10.00 AM                :     Inaugural Session
Preisded by            :     COM. K.K.N.KUTTY
                                    National President, Confederation.
Welcome Speech    :     COM. A. AZEEZ
                                    General Secretary,C.O.C, AP & Telangana States.
Inauguration by       :     SHRI. G. SAJJEEVA REDDY
                                    National President, INTUC.
Guests of honour    :     COM. AMARJEET KAUR
                                    National General Secretary, AITUC.
                              :     COM. RAMULU
                                    State President, CITU.
                              :     COM. A. SREEKUMAR
                                    General Secretary, All India State Govt. Employees - Federation.
01.00 PM                :     Presentation of Draft Strike Declaration Resolution.
Presentation by       :     COM. M. KRISHNAN
                                    Secretary General, Confederation.
01.15 to 02.00 PM   :     LUNCH BREAk
02.00 PM                :     Discussion on Draft Resoluion & Address by Chief Executives of Affiliates.
04.30 PM                :     Summing up of Discussion and adoption of Strike Declaration Resolution.
05.00 PM                :     Vote of thanks
by                           :     COM. V.NAGESHWARA RAO
                               President, C.O.C, AP & Telengana States.
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LEADERS & DELEGATES - PLEASE NOTE
Convention will commence at 09.30 AM itself.  Time schedule will be strictly followed.  All leaders and delegtes of affiliated organisations are requested to reach the venue before 09.30 AM.
TO ALL AFFILIATES/NATIONAL SECRETARIAT MEMBERS: Plese ensure participation of delegates as per quota fixed to each affiliates/C.O.Cs.  Please issue seperate circulars and also give wide publicity.