Wednesday, November 20, 2013

DoP's first ATM Transaction inaugurated at Bangalore

Photo News
1. The first screen before transaction
2. Once you enters the PIN, this is the next screen asking for the type of service
3. Once you click cash withdrawal , below screen appears
4. After entering the amount, the below screen appears
5. Once you confirms the amount, the next screen shows whether you need receipt or not. (below)
6. Once you press Yes or No, the below states screen appears
7. After processing the ATM will dispense the cash…..(dummy cash coming out)
8. Finally the transaction is successful…
9. The exact dummy cash came out of ATM is shown below (INR 2700)
10. Withdrawal receipt shown below
11. Camera catches the pictures while transacting with ATM machine (shown below)

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

FAQs on ePost

Written By Admin on 13 November 2013 | Wednesday, November 13, 2013


ePOST enables customers to send their messages to any address in India with a combination of electronic transmission and physical delivery. ePOST sends messages as a soft copy through internet and at the destination it gets delivered to the addressee in the form of hard copy.
Where can ePOST facility be availed?

ePOST facility can be availed at select Post Offices across the country. Currently more than 13000 Post Offices are providing ePOST service and we are constantly upgrading the network. Customers can also avail the ePOST facility from their premises – Corporate ePOST & Pre-Paid User .
What is the cost of ePOST?

ePOST costs just Rs. 10 per page of A4 size. For Corporate customer ePOST costs Rs. 6 per page of A4 size & for Bulk it costs Rs. 5/ - per page .
Whether hand written, multilingual and picture message can be sent through ePOST?

Yes, hand written, multilingual and picture message can be sent through ePOST by scanning & using multilingual text editor ,downloading fonts.
Whether ePOST message can be sent to anywhere in world?

For physical / hard copy delivery ePOST message can be sent only to addressee in India.
Whether customer can give the ePOST message in Pen drive/C.D for sending?

Yes, customer can give the ePOST message in Pen drive / CD incorporating the address and e-mail IDs of the recipients for sending.
How much time will it take to deliver the ePOST message?

ePOST messages will be transmitted on the same day to the ePOST center, nearest to the destination. ePOST center will get it printed and ePOST message will be delivered by the postman at the destination in the form of hard copy.
If prepaid recharge is not fully used, is there a provision to get refund of balance amount?

In case of booking ePOST message from the counter of Post Office, whether the receipt will be provided to the customer?

Whether ePOST message can be delivered at window of receiving Post Office?

Whether ePOST message can be delivered through post box/post bag hired by the recipient?


Business customers can send their messages faster, better and cheaper to every addressee in India through ePOST CORPORATE. ePOST Corporate service enables corporate customers including Govt. Departments, PSUs, SMEs, Companies etc to draft, design and send the messages as per their business requirements from their office premises by using internet. The message will be electronically transmitted as a soft copy and at the destination it will be delivered to their addressee, in the form of hard copy through a network of more than 1,55,000 Post Offices.
Whether ePOST messages can be booked from the premises of corporate customers.

Yes, By having a business agreement with India Post, corporate customers can book the ePOST messages from their premises in ePOST CORPORATE service.

Courtesy :

Model Membership Form

Membership Form for Enrolment

Dear Comrades / Friends,

The specimen Membership Form is placed hereunder. All are requested to download the same and use for enrolling membership in our All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association.

In Chennai it has been decided to fix annual membership from April to March of every year Rs.240/- with the understanding that the CHQ and State Association will get the quota of 50/- each and the balance 140/- will be retained by the District or Divisional Association as the case may be. This will be finally decided through our bye-law to be approved in our All India Special Conference in February 2014; Meanwhile you are at liberty to decide at your State level about the quantum of membership subscription per year.

The full list of All India Steering Committee of our Association will be placed in our website in a day or two, so that all comrades can contact the respective State Representative and plan for building the Association in their branches and States.


Comradely Yours



All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association

Mobile: 09444919295


All India Steering Committee Members

Dear Comrades / Friends / Colleagues,
The list of All India Steering Committee Members of the All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association is furnished below for the information of all:
    1. Chairman: D.K.Rahate – Maharashtra [Mobile: 09821031375]
    2. Vice Chairman: T.Narasimhan– Andhra [ Mobile: 09440056969]
    3. General Convenor: K.Ragavendran– Tamilnadu [Mobile: 09444919295

    1. Y.NagabhushanamAndhra [ Mobile: 09550279069]
    2. M.K.PurkayasthaAssam [ Mobile:09435018573]
    3. Amaresh ThakurBihar [Mobile:09308354646]
    4. Madan AcharyaChhattisgarh [Mobile:09424279880]
    5. Sankarpal SinghDelhi [ Mobile: 07838170852]
    6. K.B.BarotGujarat [Mobile:09824050909]
    7. N.D.SharmaHimachal Pradesh [Mobile: 09418685146]
    8. H.L.SidhuHaryana [ Mobile:09868933421]
    9. Tikoo J&K [Mobile:09419169437]
    10. V.MuthukumarKarnataka [ Mobile:09448081898]
    11. N.C.PillaiKerala [ Mobile: 09446023966]
    12. G.C.JoshiMadhya Pradesh [Mobile: 09425080901]
    13. Janardan Debnath NE Circle [ Mobile:09436465152]
    14. Shiba Chandra DashOdisha [ Mobile:09437519839]
    15. S.P.SurinderpalPunjab [ Mobile:09988354582]
    16. B.M.SundaRajasthan [ Mobile:09414313144]
    17. T.P.MishraUttar Pradesh [ Mobile:09415239990]
    18. N.D.VyasUttarakhand [09411587812]
[Representatives from Jharkhand & West Bengal will be intimated later]

A lot of phone calls are coming to the General Convenor from various comrades and friends from different districts of all Circles showing much interest in formation of Division / District branches of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association. All are requested to contact the respective Circle Representative above and plan about forming branch associations.
Delhi State Conference:The State Conference of Postal & RMS Pensioners Conference is just conducted on 19th September, 2013 in New Delhi in a very grand manner. A panel of Comrades with Comrades Rajendra Prasad as President; N.K.Vashist as State Secretary; Sankarpal Singh as Deputy State Secretary; and Satyaprakash as Treasurer was unanimously elected.
Tamilnadu State Conference: A Steering Committee consisting of 23 Members with Comrade K.Ragavendran as its Convenor has been formed to conduct the State Conference of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association for Tamilnadu State. The State Conference will be held on 22nd December, 2013 in which Comrades S.K.Vyas Secretary General NCCPA; D.K.Rahate Chairman and T.Narashimham Vice Chairman of AIPRPA are attending besides some important leaders of Sister Pensioner Organisations.
The following general guideline is given regarding formation:
< !--State representatives will take immediate interest in organising a meeting of important Pensioners comrades / friends from various districts of their States to form the STATE STEERING COMMITTEES.
< !--TheSTATE STEERING COMMITTEE will appoint DIVISION / DISTRICT STEERING COMMITTEES according to their conditions and entrust the responsibility to organise membership immediately by visiting the houses of pensioners and or going to different Post Offices on the day Pay / Pension Payment Day.
< !--Model Membership Form has been placed in this Website – All are requested to download the same and photocopy the forms to obtain signatures from members. At present an annual membership of Rs.240/- is suggested, but the State Steering Committees may decide about the membership fee for their respective States. It should be borne in mind that from the membership fee collected by Divisions / Districts, a sum of Rs.50/- shall have to be remitted each to the State and All India bodies. However, this quota amount to State and All India will be finally decided as per the Constitution / Bylaws to be finalised at the Special Conference of the All India Association.
< !--A Circular in regional language may be printed by the State / District Steering Committee Convenor for circulation among the Postal & RMS Pensioners to give a clear picture about the formation of our All India Association. The First Circular of the All India Steering Committee can be used for necessary materials for printing such Circulars at State / District level.
< !--A copy of the Circular so printed by the State / District Steering Committees shall be sent to the General Convenor by post for information to the following address: “ K.Ragavendran General Convenor, All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association, 2/44, Muthial Chetty Street, Purasawalkam, Chennai – 600007”

< !--As already circulated it must be our endeavour to complete the formation of Division / District formations at the earliest to enable organising special conference / convention at State level to form the State organisation of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association before January 2014.
< !--The All India Special Conference will be organised in February 2014 to form the All India Organisation. Therefore State level formation in all States shall be completed prior to the All India Conference.

< !--Approach all Divisional Secretaries of Postal Federations in order to enlist their support and solidarity to the formation of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association. Keep in mind that NFPE Secretary General Comrade M.Krishnan has already directed all NFPE Unions to extend total support.

Comradely Yours,

General Convenor


Monday, November 11, 2013

10 Delightful Tips to Make You Happy:

Written By Admin on 10 November 2013 | Sunday, November 10, 2013

Are you feeling down most of the time? Are you bombarded by all the bad news in the papers? Is your mind filled with negative thoughts? Here are 10 positive tips to cheer you up:

1. Look after your health: When you are in good health you are full of energy and you will attract positive thoughts. Exercise is the right thing to do especially when you feel bad about yourself. I do. When I am feeling out of place I go for a good jog. At the end of a jog, I sweat it out and I feel good inside out. Remember to get enough sleep as well.

2. When your negative thoughts flash through your mind: Quickly replace the negative ideas with positive ones. Do not allow the negative feelings to sink into your mind. It zaps your energy.

3. Happy company: Hang around with happy people. It's contagious. Positive thinking people will influence your mindset and you will eventually behave just like them.

4. A list of the things that make you happy: Write down a list of those happy occasions. When your energy is low on any day take a look at the list to get rid of those sad feelings.

5. Live in the present: The past is dead and gone and the future is not here yet. Enjoy the daily life and find happiness in it. Look for the tiny little happiness every now and then. For all you know the big celebration may never come. No more wishful thinking like I'll be happy when.....

6. Be happy with what you have: Don't try and keep up with the Joneses. Enjoy life with what you have while you pursue to get the things you want in life. Count your blessings instead of your troubles.

7. Something to look forward to: Indulge in activities that you enjoy doing on a regular basis. For instance I love blogging. I post an article every day. I look at my Traffic Rank every few days. I receive encouraging comments every now and then. These little things cheer me up.

8. Help Others: Even a small gesture of complementing another person will put a sparkle in the eyes and it lifts your mood as well. It vitalizes your positive energy when you know you are capable of helping others.

9. Be yourself: Accept yourself as what you are. You are one unique individual with your strengths and weaknesses. Be yourself and carry on living.

10. Don't worry, be happy: There goes the title of the song. Most of the time the things that you worry about never happen. So why think about it. Instead use the time to do some creative thinking on how to be happier in life.


Written By Admin on 10 November 2013 | Sunday, November 10, 2013

A man just got married and was returning home with his wife. They were crossing a lake in a boat, when suddenly a great storm arose. The man was a warrior, but the woman became very much afraid because it seemed almost hopeless:

The boat was small and the storm was really huge, and any moment they were going to be drowned. But the man sat silently, calm and quiet, as if nothing was happening.

The woman was trembling and she said, “Are you not afraid?” This may be our last moment of life! It doesn’t seem that we will be able to reach the other shore. Only some miracle can save us; otherwise death is certain. Are you not afraid? Are you mad or something? Are you a stone or something?

The man laughed and took the sword out of its sheath. The woman was even more puzzled: What he was doing? Then he brought the naked sword close to the woman’s neck, so close that just a small gap was there, it was almost touching her neck.

He said,” Are you afraid?”

She started to laugh and said, “Why should I be afraid? If the sword is in your hands, why I should be afraid? I know you love me”.

He put the sword back and said, “I know God loves me, and the storm is in His hands”

SO WHATSOEVER IS GOING TO HAPPEN, IS GOING TO BE GOOD. If we survive, good; if we don’t survive, good!!! Because everything is in His hands and He cannot do anything wrong.

Moral: Develop Trust. This is the trust which one needs to imbibe and which is capable of transforming your whole life.

Friday, November 8, 2013


  As all of us know that the modernization of all Departmental Post Offices were completed in Keonjhar Postal Division. The Sub Postmasters those who are working in ‘C’ class offices got confused by the Meghdoot Modules. In ‘C’ class offices also they have to work as a Head of HO/ MDG /A or B class SO.
                                                         To avoid confusion, follow these steps and we are sure you can rush your home early. Before going to the steps please
 Keep your Cash In three Boxes.

1st Box:                     Yesterday closing Cash

2nd Box:                    Point of Sale revenue

3rd Box:                     SB cash revenue

Step 1: Run eMO Client

Step 2: Day Begin all Modules

Module Name
DaY Begin
Day End
Work Allocation
WORK allocation BY SPM
WORK allocation BY SPM
WORK allocation BY SPM
NO WORK allocation BY SPM
NO WORK allocation BY SPM
NO WORK allocation BY SPM
NO WORK Allocation BY SPM
NO WORK Allocation BY SPM

Step 3: Log in as PA in eMO module and print eMOs received and invoice eMOs to Postman and Branch Offices, if any in Postman module.

Step 4: Enter Registered Letter and Parcel Bag details in the Postman Module and Invoice Registered Letters and Parcels to Postman and Branch Offices, if any.

Step 5: Scan the Bag particulars in SpeedNet Module for receipt and opening of bag and invoice Speed Post articles to Postman and Branch offices, if any.

Step 6*: Enter the documents details that are sent along with the BO Slip in Sub Account module

Step 7*: If cash/ stamp/ both sent to BO enter the particulars of remittance in Treasury Module and note down the weight of Cash Bag (if sent in cash bag) in the Sub Accounts Module

Step 8: Take reports of Registered Articles (both RLs and PLs) and eMO/MO to Postman and BO, if any from Postman Module.

Step 9: Take Speed post article Delivery slip and Speed Post articles to BO(if any) from SpeedNet-Module

Step 10*: Print BO slip in Sub Accounts Module

Step 11: Give eMO payment cash to Postman

11(a) In Postman Module Login as SPM and authorise for payment.

11(b) In Treasury Module login as PA (Treasurer) and give eMO cash to Postman

Step 12#: When Cash/Cheque/Stamp received from HO Receive it as Cash/Cheque/Stamp in Treasury Module.

Step13*: Receive cash (if any) sent by BO in Treasury Module under BO remittance Cash.

 After the working hour of the office do the following steps:-

Step 14: Check the Submit Account of Point Of sale Module and note down the Balance in Hand figure. This figure must tally with our Physical Cash in POS cash Box. If Tallies transfer the cash to Treasury Module using Cash entry menu under Treasury option of POS Module.

step15: Receive the Cash from POS module in Treasury Module.

[Note:- It will be a good practice to view TCB after the Receipt of cash ]

Step16*: Post the BO daily Account details in Sub Account Module under Data entry option.

Step17: Enter the SB receipts and Payments figure in SB Cash Module. Note balance in hand Figure of SB Cash module by viewing Submit account. The figure must tally with the physical cash in SB Cash Box.

(a) if it is a +ve figure then the balance in hand must be transferred to Treasury Module(this means Deposit is more than withdrawal)

(b) if it is a -ve figure, then the seen amount should be received from Treasury Module

Acknowledge the Cash sent by SB cash Module by Treasury Module if it is +ve

Acknowledge the Cash sent by Treasury Module by SB cash Module if it is -ve

Step 18: View the Submit Account of both POS and SB Cash Modules and confirm Balance in Hand is Zero. 

If your office is a NDTSO, skip to step 27.

Step19*: Go to Sub Account Module and Login as SPM and verify the Cash sent to and received (if any) by BO.

Step20*: Do Remittance Adjustment by Sub Account Module 

Step21*: check Transit and Advance Table by Using Transit option Of Sub Account Module.

Step22*: Do the BO remarks of Speed Post articles, eMO, Registered Letter, parcel and Money orders

(a) Reg Letter/parcel, MO, eMO- in Postman Module

(b) Speed Post & UID articles - in SpeedNet Module

Step23*: Re book the TRC, RPLI, VPMO (if VP delivered) and eMO in POS Module.

Step24: Log in as PA in Sub Account module and check tallied rebooked item under tool option.

Step25: Take the returns of Postman

(a) In Postman Module- Reg Letter/Parcel, MO, eMO

(b) In SpeedNet Module- SpeedPost & UID articles

Step26: Return any cash to Treasury Module if any Unpaid eMO/MO or VP delivered by Postman

Step 27: Despatch the Counter booked, Postman returned and BO returned/ booked registered Letter, Parcel, MO, Speed Post articles. Use Despatch Module for Reg. Letter, Parcel and MO.

Use SpeedNet Module for Speed Post articles.

step28: Check the TCB and Confirm the Physical Cash Tallies with the TCB closing Cash and also Total of Receipt Side tallies with Total of Payment Side and note down the Total Closing balance of TCB in Treasury Module

Step29: Print the Submit Account Report of POS and SB Cash Module. (if nothing wrong with the BO entries both submit Account Balance on Hand Figure will be Zero).

Step30: Log in as SPM in POS and SB Cash Module and verify the accounts

Step31: Submit the accounts of Postman and window (if any) in Postman Module

step32: View Daily Account in Treasury Module by log in as PA/TRR of Treasury Module.

Check (a) all part I & II entries are correct

(b) Cash Noticed in TCB Tallies with Daily Account and Physical cash

(c) Stamp and Cheque Balance Noted in TCB Tallies with daily account

(d)Total balance agrees with TRR statement figure of Daily Account tallies with TCB closing balance noted.

Everything then goes forward to take reports

Step33: Log in as PA in POS Module and do Shift End and take reports and Log in as SPM and do Shift End

Step34*: Take BO Summary Report by Log in as PA in Sub Account Module

Step35: Print eMO paid, Mo paid list, Regd./Parcel abstract from Postman Module. Speed abstract From Speednet Module and Despatch Abstract from Despatch Module

Step36: Do Shift end in Speednet Module and eMO Module by PA and then by SPM in the Modules and exit modules

Step37: Do Day end in Sub Account Module and Postman Module by SPM and exit modules

Step38: Do shift end By PA in Despatch Module and exit the module

Step39: Log in Treasury Module as SPM and enter the document particulars sent along with Daily account and do the Day End

Step40: Print Daily Account using Menu Reports in Treasury Module. also Print TCB, Stamp Balance register

Step41: Click the floppy Upload Option under Report menu of Treasurer Module and exit the Module

Step42: Connect internet using Broadband or Data card.

Step423 Double click on short cut of eMO Client /ePayment Client / Speednet Communication/ Rnet communication and FTP and transfer data.

Do these steps and reach home early.