Saturday, August 30, 2014
Friday, August 29, 2014
Reverend Comrade Krishnan Sahib,
I have neither seen Com. Karl Max, V I Lenin nor seen our leaders like Com. B N Ghosh, K G Bose, A S Rajan and Ganeya, but read about them and their works and deeds for the working class and in P & T movement and their sacrifices thereof. You are the real follower of them. I have seen them all through your life in person and thorough works and deeds. May God bless you always and keep you in good and sound health to continue your work for the working class. This is my prayer on the eve of your retirement from Govt. Service.
I convey red salute to you. You would be ever remembered.
With revolutionary greetings.
R N Dhal, Odisha
Courtesy : AIPEU, Group-C, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE & Confederation & General Secretry, AIPEU, Group-C (CHQ) retires from service on superannuation on 31-08-2014
Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) & Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers, General Secretary, All India Postal Employees Union Group-C (CHQ), Leader, JCM Departmental Council, Department of Posts, Member, JCM National Council will be retiring from service on superannuation on 31st August, 2014. As per the decision of NFPE Federal Executive meeting held on 21-08-2014 and Central Working Committee meeting of AIPEU Group-C (CHQ) held on 22nd to 24th August, 2014 at Ongole (Andhra Pradesh) Com: M.Krishnan, will continue to function in the NFPE & P-3 CHQ till next Federal Council of NFPE (May 2016) and All India Conference of AIPEU Group-C (June 2015). He will also continue to lead the entire Central Government employees as Secretary General, Confederation till the next National Conference (2016).
Com: R.N.Parashar, Asst. Secretary General, NFPE, will take charge as Secretry General, NFPE from 01-09-2014 till next Federal Council as per the decision of NFPE Federal Executive meeting. Com.N.Subramanian, Deputy General Secretary, AIPEU Group-C (CHQ) will officiate as General Secretary, AIPEU Group-C (CHQ) till next AIC, as per the decision of CWC meeting of AIPEU Group-C.
NFPE CHQ, AIPEU Group-C (CHQ) and the CHQs of all other affiliated unions of NFPE extend our best wishes to Com.M.Krishnan and we are sure that he will lead us in the coming days also.
We are reproducing below the resolutions adopted by NFPE Federal Executive meeting and Central Working Committee meeting of AIPEU Group-C on the services rendered by Com.M.Krishnan. We are also reproducing a letter received from Shri.D.Theagarajan, Secretary General, FNPO.
I. RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY NFPE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE.
The Federal Executive of NFPE records its full appreciation for the yeoman service rendered by Comrade M.Krishnan as the Secretary General of NFPE. The Federation has scaled new heights during his stewardship and the unity of Postal regular employees and Gramin Dak Sewaks entered into a new chapter under his leadership. The united movements of Postal Workers under the banner of Postal JCA as well as the independent struggles under the mighty National Federation of Postal Employees are further strengthened under his able leadership. He provided a militant, progressive leadership with farsightedness for the betterment of Postal Workers. It is under his leadership that the NFPE claimed its historic vanguard role of leading the entirety of CG Employees under the platform of Confederation of CG Employees & Workers and it can be seen that the movement of central government employees has launched a powerful movement including strikes for the establishment of 7th CPC with Comrade M.Krishnan as its Secretary General. The integration of Postal and CG Employees with the entirety of Indian working class organisations in developing the path of united struggles against the neo-liberal policies of Government has further been cemented during his tenure. The leadership of confederation has come back to the Postal Organisation after a long period of 44 years and comrade Krishnan is leading the movement of CG employees in the path of struggle with firmness and it is noteworthy to mention that the unity of all JCM National Council organisations has reached its zenith with all coming together in championing the cause of three lakhs of Gramin Dak Sewaks and thousands of casual labourers in Postal and CG services due to his firm efforts. Ideological education of all cadres and employees through several All India and Regional Trade Union Camps under the banners of NFPE and Confederation; Concrete organisational steps for mobilizing the women employees of Postal Department as well as the Confederation level are some of the landmark achievements of Comrade Krishnan. The National Executive notes with happiness that all the affiliates of NFPE have always maintained a unified stand on all important activities of the Federation and this unity is due to the confidence created amongst all affiliates by the unifying leadership of Comrade Krishnan. The relinquishing of charge as the Secretary General of NFPE by him due to his superannuation from the Government Service is a huge loss to the movement but the Executive wishes to get his valuable advice and guidance to the Federation in the days to come. The National Executive places on record its unstinted gratitude to Comrade M.Krishnan for his able leadership to the historic organisation of NFPE not only as Secretary General but in numerous other capacities as well during his long service. The Federal Executive further resolves that Com.M.Krishnan will continue to be in the Federal Executive of NFPE even after handing over charge, till the next Federal Council meeting to be held in May 2016.
II. RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY CWC MEETING OF AIPEU GROUP - C (CHQ)
RESOLUTION ON THE SERVICES OF COM. M.KRISHNAN, GENEARL SECRETARY, AIPEU GROUP-C CHQ & SECRETARY GENERAL NFPE/CONFEDERATION
The Central Working Committee of All India Postal Employees Union Group ‘C’ (CHQ) held in Ongole (Andhra Pradesh) from 22.8.2014 to 24.8.2014 unanimously appreciates the sincere, superb and outstanding services rendered by Com. M. Krishnan as General Secretary of AIPEU Group ‘C’ (CHQ) and Secretary General of NFPE & Confederation during his tenure and like to place on record our whole hearted compliments,greetings and commendations to him and also acknowledge and recognize him for his unparalleled and appreciated service, which definitely resulted in charming the organization to new heights and also in settling many of the long pending demands of the Postal employees, especially Postal Group ‘C’ staff.
Com. M. Krishnan’s contributions in enhancing the prestige and image of AIPEU Group ‘C’ and thereby NFPE as well as the Confederation, will be remembered forever. In order to strengthen the organization and also to enhance the organizing capacity of the rank and file leaders the P3 CHQ & NFPE CHQ under the leadership of Com. M. Krishnan is maintaining constant communication with the general membership through website and also the Bhartiya Post and Postal Crusader monthly journals. The Trade Union classes and workshops organized by Com M.Krishnan, General Secretary for the NFPE and the Confederation has also contributed to a great extent in improving the quality of the organization. The need of the unity amidst the working class of all sections as well as Government employees, organized and unorganised workers, he preached and also practiced during his tenure upsurge him to the standard of a great statesman and a living legend. It is only Com M. Krishnan, who spends more than 20 hours daily for the working class all along during his tenure.
Com. M.Krishnan is a vivacious, vibrant,meticulous hard working and fully committed leader and is always working for the upliftment and welfare of the Postal employees, especially most down-trodden three lakhs Gramin Dak Sewaks. He has also extended his helping hand to all affiliated unions of the NFPE as the Member and then Leader of the JCM (Departmental Council) Staff side. He is also the All India Secretary General of the Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers and is at the forefront in implementing all the programmes of the Confederation. The two days strike in February 2014 demanding the formation of the Seventh Pay Commission cut the ice and is one of the milestone in the history of the CG employees’ movement.
Com M.Krishnan has pioneered and crusaded his best in making the General Strikes conducted as per the call of Central Trade Unions and other Federations including NFPE against the anti-people and anti-worker policies of the Govt. a grand success in the Postal Sector. As the Secretary General, National Federation of Postal Employees he built the unity of all the Postal employees and conducted various trade union actions which have prevented the adverse effect of implementation of the new economic policy in the postal sector and to save the postal service as a public utility service. The mass recruitment to the extent of 30% and more in the postal is the major advancement of the Federation for which the skill and negotiating capacity of the Secretary General NFPE Com M. Krishnan are fully exploited. The fight against closure of 9797 Postoffices and 300 RMS offices in the name of McKincey Consultancy’s recommendation, the campaign against the New Postal Policy and the move of the Govt. to privatise postal services by granting licence to Courier Services, the Cadre Restructuring agreement etc are examples of his uncompromising stand, hard-bargaing and negotiating skill. His capacity to make inspiring and educative speeches and also taking class are worth emulating.
This Central Working Committee of this Union, while saluting Com. M. Krishnan for his devoted and dedicated service to the Central Govt. Employees and Postal employees, especially to the CHQ of AIPEU Group ‘C’ hereby resolved to utilize the valuable and experienced services of Com. M. Krishnan in the AIPEU Group ‘C’ (CHQ) till the next All India Conference to be held in June 2015.
III. E.MAIL RECEIVED FROM SHRI.D.THEAGARAJAN, SG, FNPO.
In regard to the services rendered by Sri M.Krishnan to the employees, I am unable to find words to express my appreciation towards him. In the last few years my relationship with him is very cordial and it became useful to the Postal employees. His manner of approaching official side with the issues of staff is bold as well as of positive nature .
So far I do not find negative attitude in him during the negotiation with official side. The retirement of Shri M.Krishnan from the Department is a great loss to the Postal employees in particular and central government employees in general .
In fine , I feel that a good friend of mine is retiring from the service.. I pray to the Almighty to shower blessings on him and his family members to give happiness and prosperity .
Courtesy : AIPEU, Group-C, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
In continuation of the CWCs already held at Hyderabad and Guwahati, the third Central working committee of AIPEU Group ‘C’ was convened at Ongole – A. P. from 22.08.2014 to 23.08.2014, after the Last AIC.
The NFPE & AIPEU Group ‘C’ flags were upraised by Com. Giriraj Singh President NFPE and Com. R. Sivannarayana CHQ President respectively. Out of 15 office bearers the following Thirteen were present.
1. Com. R. Sivannarayana, President
2. Com. Mangesh Parab, Working President
3. Com. N. Gopalakrishnan, Working President
4. Com. R. C. Mishra, Vice President
5. Com. C. P. Shobana, Vice President
6. Com. M. Krishnan, General Secretary
7. Com. N. Subramanian, Dy. General Secretary
8. Com. R. N. Parashar, Asst. General Secretary
9. Com. A. Veeramani, Asst. General Secretary
10. Com. Balwinder Singh, Financial Secretary
11. Com. U. K. Tiwari, Org. General Secretary
12. Com. S. A. Hamid, Org. General Secretary
13. Com. L. P. Saikia, Org. General Secretary
Com. Gaurang Dev Maity, Asst. General Secretary & Com. H. P. Diwakar, Asst. Financial Secretary were absent.
Out of 22 Circles, barring Delhi Circle in Organisational dispute all the 21 circles represented. Six Mahila Committee members were also present.
Com. Giriraj Singh President NFPE & General Secretary, AI RMS & MMS EU Group ‘C’ inaugurated the CWC session.
Com. R. Sivannarayana, President CHQ presided over the CWC and the Working Presidents & Vice Presidents assisted him during the session. On behalf of receiption committee Com. DASV Prasad, Circle Secretary, Andhra Pradesh Circle gave welcome address.
The General Secretaries of Sister unions and office bearers of NFPE & Leaders took part amidst the active session and presented their speech.
Com. Seethalakshmi, General Secretary, AIPEU Postmen & MSE/Group ‘D’
Com. P. Suresh, General Secretary, AI RMS & MMS EU MAILGUARDS & MTS GROUP 'C'
Com. V. K. Tiwari, General Secretary, All India Postal SBCO Employees Union Group ‘C’
Com. P. Pandurangarao, General Secretary, AIPEU-GDS (NFPE)
Com. P. Mohan, General Secretary, AIP Casual, Part Time, Contingent, Contract Workers Federation
Com. S. Raghupathy, Asst. Secretary, NFPE
Com. I. S. Dabas, Ex-General Secretary, AIPEU Postmen & MSE/Group ‘D’
Com. K. V. Sridharan, Ex-General Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’
Com. Manoharan, Working President, NFPE
Com. B. G. Tamhankar, Ex-President, AIPEU Group ‘C’ &NFPE
Com. Appanraj, Ex-General Secretary, All India Postal SBCO Employees Union Group ‘C’
The CWC eleaborately discussed in length and breadth of all the issues related to technology, Core Banking solutions, Core Insurance solutions, MACPs, Cadre restructuring JCM Departmental Council items, Postal JCA Charter of demands and programme of action and Confederation Charter of demands etc.
The following are the important decisions arrived by concensus in the CWC.
1. The Confederation’s effort for inclusion of GDS demands in 7th CPC, DA merger etc has been endorsed.
2. The upgradation of pay scale of PA/SA and supervisory posts will be given due importance while oral evidence with 7th CPC.
3. CWC full endorsed the AIPEU Group ‘C’ (CHQ) Memorandum to 7th CPC.
4. The CWC endorses memorandum submitted by NFPE, JCM NC, Confederation, demanding minimum wage as per 15th ILC, DA merger etc. Five promotion & inclusion GDS in true spirit.
5. The CWC decided to insist the department to implement the agreed cadre restructuring proposal at the earliest.
6. The CWC directed all Divisional and Branches as well as the Circle Secretaries to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of NFPE in a befitting manner by holding conventions, meetings, recognize the services of old leaders etc.
7. The CWC requested all the divisions and branches to observe Postal JCA programme of actions to clinch all the 39 demands.
8. To end the election dispute of Delhi Circle, it has been decided to conduct General Body by CHQ itself on the basis of actual membership being existed in the divisions after obtaining legal opinion.
Further to the above decisions, the following resolutions have been passed unanimously.
1. In the wake of retirement of Com. M. Krishnan, General Secretary on 31.08.2014, Com. N. Subramanian Deputy General Secretary will officiate in the post of General secretary and Com. M. Krishnan will continue to function in the CHQ till ensuing AIC.
2. Repairing of building of Tarapada Bhawan at New Delhi may be executed as the present state of the building needs rewiring plastering of roof and floor etc. The proposed expenditure will be around Rs. One Lakh.
In precise, the CWC has gone in a constructive manner and the discussions were in detail. The decision taken above will be the road map to the CHQ for its effective functioning. The views and suggestions deliberated by the CWC members have been taken proper note of and they will be taken up with the Directorate and other levels.
CWC recorded its special and sincere thanks to the host of the CWC, (i.e) the Andhra Pradesh Circle Union and in particular to Com. D. A. S. V. Prasad, Circle Secretary, Andhra Pradesh and the divisional union, Prakasam division for volunteering to host the CWC and for the elaborate grand arrangements they made for this meetingand also the wide publicity given through posters and website.
Com. N. Subramanian, Deputy General Secretary has delivered vote of thanks on behalf of CHQ.
Com. D. A. S. V. Prasad Circle Secretary A. P. delivered vote of thanks on behalf of Reception Committee.
In total, the CWC at Ongole ended with a historic success.
Courtesy : AIPEU, Group-C, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Thursday, August 28, 2014
POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GDS
PJCA/Resolution No-2/14 Dated 28.08.2014
1) The Cabinet Secretary 2) The Secretary
Government of India Department of Posts
Cabinet Secretariat Dak Bhawan
Rashtrapati Bhawan Sansad Marg, New Delhi - 110001
New Delhi – 110001
3) The Superintendent of Post Offices
Keonjhar Division, Keonjhargarh-758001
Sub: - Long Pending issues pertaining to Postal & RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) – agitational programmes – regarding.
The meeting of the Postal Joint Council of Action ( PJCA) comprising all the affiliated Unions/Associations of National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) & Federation of National Postal Organisations (FNPO) held at New Delhi on 28.07.2014 has reviewed the overall situation prevailing in Department of Posts and has come to the unanimous conclusion that the attitude of the Government and the Department of Posts in settling the long pending demands which are agitating the minds of the Postal & RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) is not at all positive, in spite of the fact that the staff unions and employees, especially the above mentioned two recognised Federation (NFPE & FNPO) and all its affiliated Unions/Associations have extended full support and cooperation in implementing all developmental activities including IT Modernisation project and also in increasing the efficiency, productivity and revenue of the Department of Posts. Even the approved forums for negotiations like JCM Departmental Council are remaining defunct for the last many months, in spite of clear instructions from Cabinet Secretary and DOP&T.
In view of the above, the meeting decided to organize following phased programme of agitation for calling attention of the authorities and also for realization of the genuine and justified demands of the employees, culminating in indefinite strike.
Programme of action:
1. Submission of memorandum to Government and to Department of Posts on 28.08.2014 with mass demonstration in front of all offices all over the country.
2. Mass Dharna in front of all Postal/RMS Divisional offices on 24.09.2014.
3. Five days Relay Dharna in front of all circle/Regional office from 27.10.2014 to 31.10.2014
4. Massive Parliament March in the month of November 2014 (Date will be announced later)
5. Indefinite hunger fast in front of Dak Bhawan and all Circle/Regional/Divisional /DAP offices from
6. Indefinite strike (Date will be announced later).
Charter of demands for settlement is enclosed herewith in Annexure-I.
We earnestly desire that the Government and the Department of Posts shall take initiative for a negotiated settlement, failing which the entire employees will be forced to tread the path of struggle as mentioned above.
Awaiting favourable response,
(Amulya Ku. Mishra) (Anasuya Mahanta)
Divisional Secretary Divisional Secretary
AIPEU, Group 'C' NAPE, Group-C
Keonjhar Divisional Branch Keonjhar Divisional Branch
(Sarat Ch. Samal) (Sanjib Kumar Das)
Divisional Secretary Divisional Secretary
AIPEU Postmen & MTS NAPE Postman, & MTS
Keonjhar Divisional Branch Keonjhar Divisional Branch
AIPEU GDS (NFPE)
Keonjhar Divisional Branch
CHARTER OF DEMAND
1. Inclusion of Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) in the terms of reference of Seventh Central Pay
Commission. Grant of Civil Servant status to GDS and grant of all benefits of departmental
employees on pro-rata basis without any discrimination.
2. Revision of wages of Casual, Part-time, Contingent employees with effect from 01.01.2006
consequent on revision of wages of regular employees by Sixth Pay Commission and
Regularisation of services.
3. Grant of merger of 100% DA with pay with effect from 01.01.2014 for all purposes, including
4. Grant of 25% pay as Interim Relief (IR) with effect from 01.01.2014 to all employees including
5. Scrap the New Pension Scheme (NPS) and Include all employees recruited on or
after 01.01.2004 under the old statutory pension scheme.
6. Remove 5% condition for compassionate appointment and grant appointment in all deserving
cases as in the case of Railways. Remove the minimum 50 points condition for GDS
7. Fill up all vacant posts in all cadres including MMS & GDS.
(a) By direct recruitment
(b) By holding DPC and granting promotions
(c) By conducting departmental promotional examination.
8. Implement Cadre Restructuring in Postal, RMS, MMS and Postal Accounts as per the proposal
signed with the JCM (DC) staff side.
9. Settle MACP related issues.
(a) Promotions accrued by passing departmental promotional examinations should not be
counted towards MACP. Implement Jodhpur CAT Judgment.
(b) Bench mark should not be made applicable to non-gazetted posts.
(c) Stepping up of pay with junior should be allowed in MACP also.
(d) Pay fixation on Promotional hierarchy and not Grade pay hierarchy
10. Settle issues relating to Postmaster Cadre officials.
(a) Allow to write IP and PS Group ‘B’ examinations
(b) Relaxation in service conditions for promotion from one grade to another, at par with
general line promotions to identical posts.
(c) Filling up of all PS Group ‘B’, PM Grade III and Grade II posts by eligible officials and till that
time adhoc-promotion may be granted.
(d) Other related issues such as filling up of 100% senior Postmaster/Chief Postmaster
Posts earmarked for PM cadre by PM cadre officials alone and maintainance of Circle
Gradation list etc.
11. Reimburse full mileage allowance to system Administrators and fix duty hours and responsibilities of SAs. Create separate cadre for system Administrators.
12. Grant of Cash handling allowance to Treasurers in Post offices at par with cashiers in RMS & Administrative offices.
13. Counting of Special allowance granted to PO & RMS Accountants for pay fixation on promotions
as the promotional post involves higher responsibilities.
14. Settle all issues related to IT Moderinisation Project – computerization, Core Banking Solution,
Core Insurance Solution etc.
(a) Replace out dated computers and peripherals with new ones.
(b) Increase network capabilities and Bandwidth.
(c) Set right the Users credential problems in leave arrangements etc.
(d) Stop hasty “Go live” of CBS, CIS till cleansing of data pucca.
(e) Provide all assistance and stop harassment in the Implementation of CBS & CIS
(f) Grant enhanced financial powers to Head Postmasters
15. Prompt and regular holding of JCM, Departmental Council meeting, Periodical meeting with Secretary Department of Posts, Sports Board meeting and Welfare Board meeting. Ensure representation of recognised Federations in Sports Board and Welfare Board by calling for nominations.
16. Ensure prompt and regular holding of JCM (Regional Council) meeting at Circle level, Formal Four monthly meeting with Chief PMG, Bi-monthly meeting at PMG/DPS HQ level and monthly meetings at Divisional level. Implement a monitoring mechanism at Directorate level to ensure conducting of Circle/Divisional level meetings at regular intervals.
17. Avoid abnormal delay in conducting Departmental promotion Committees (DPCs) at all levels and grant promotion to eligible officials.
18. Fill up all vacant posts of Chief Postmasters General (CPMsG) Postmaster Generals (PMsG) and
Director of Postal Services (DPS). At present, posts are remaining vacant for months together
and additional charge/combined duty is ordered, which adversely affects the efficiency of the
services and also delay in settling staff matters.
19. Notify canteen employees New Recruitment Rules and fill up all vacant posts in Departmental
Canteens/Tiffin Rooms exempting the posts from the purview of downsizing order and reviving
the posts abolished/kept vacant.
20. Ensure full protection of existing allowance (TRCA) of GDS employees and introduce
Medical Reimbursement Scheme to GDS. Existing monthly emoluments (TRCA) drawn by the
GDS should not be reduced under any circumstances. Revision of cash handling norms.
21. Ensure time bound and speedy disposal of all Rule – 9 cases and Review/Revision petition cases
pending at Directorate level.
22. Allot sufficient funds and sanction all pending bills.
(a) PLI/RPLI incentive bills
(b) Medical Reimbursement Bills (ROHSC)
(c) Tour TA bills
(d) OTA Bills
23. Enhance overtime allowance rates at par with Railways.
24. (a) All Circle offices/Regional offices/DPLI office, Kolkata must be allowed to function as Circle
Processing Centres (CPCs) while implementing Core Insurance Solutions (CIS) through
McCamish for steady growth of PLI/RPLI Business
(b) Stop diversion of 615 posts (576 posts of PAs from C.O.s and 39 posts of PAs from APS PLI
CELL) ordered vide Department of Posts, Establishment Division No. 43-47/2013-PE-II dated
the 9th June,2014.
(c) Stop harassment and victimization of staff of Circle Administrative offices in the name
of decentralization of PLI/RPLI.
25. Stop ordering officials to work on Sundays and holidays in some Circles and also stop
harassment of staff by Circle/Regional/Divisional heads. Eg. 1) Karnataka Circle 2) Delhi Circle.
26. Allot sufficient funds to circles for carrying out constructions, repairs and maintenance of
Departmental buildings/Postal Staff quarters and RMS Rest houses.
27. Take stringent measures to eradicate corruption from Postal Department. Stern action should
be taken against those committing frauds and corruption. Stop disciplinary action against
innocent officials in the name of contributory negligence, instead of punishing the
28. Fillup all vacant posts of Astt. Manager/Manager and Sr. Manager in MMS
29. Make substitute arrangement in all vacant Postmen and MTS Posts. Wherever GDS are
not available, outsiders should be allowed to work as substitutes.
30. Modify the orders dated 22/5/1979 regarding existing time factor given for delivery of articles
taking in to account the actual time required for door to door delivery.
31. Increase the percentage of PS Group ‘B’ Posts to General line in LDCE and allow all
PACO/PA SBCO & SA also to write the examination.
32. Open more L1 offices as recommended by CPMsG Eg: Guntakal RMS in A.P Circle.
33. Powers for writing APARs of SBCO staff may be delegated to AO (SBCO) instead of
Divisional heads and stop imposing the work of SB Branch on SBCO.
34. Prompt supply of good quality uniform and kit items and change of old specification.
35. Stop vindictive actions of GM (Finance) Postal Accounts Chennai. More than hundred
Postal Accounts employees are charge sheeted. GM (Finance) even refused to heed the
instructions of DDG (PAF).
36. Review of marks of JAO (P) Part-II examination held in December 2012 in r/o SC/ST candidates.
As the exam was conducted on the basis of old Recruitment Rules i.e JAO and the said posts are
Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) review may be held.
37. Creation of appropriate number of posts of Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) in RMS after assessing the
total work hours of the vacant GDSMM posts to mitigate the problems of the staff and
38. Immediate notification of HSG-I Recruitment Rules and transferring of all IP line HSG-I posts to
General line as already agreed in the JCM Departmental Council meeting.