Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Transfer/Posting/Promotion Orders

Please click here to view Transfer/Posting/Promotion and Adhoc Promotion Orders for IP/ASP/Group B and Group A Officers.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

HAPPY DIWALI 2014

IP/ASP Association Rajasthan Circle wish you & your family 
A VERY HAPPY DEEPAVALI 2014




Thursday, October 9, 2014

India Post celebrates National Postal Week ( 9-15 Oct.) and World Post Day (9th Oct.)







        World Post Day ( by Bibhuprasad Mohapatra )



Writing letter is also an art. I have to write letter and have to write only the truth in it, and have to pour love, if with this thought you sit down to write the letter, then you will definitely write a beautiful one.”- Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)
Now it’s the era of email, SMS (Short Message Services) and MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). Still the world of letters is unique. Gwalior born Hindi poet Girija Kumar Mathur (22ndAug 1919-10th Jan 1994) wrote:
“Letter is like a personal newspaper at home
Support of the loner
It’s a sign of happiness
Love and friendship.”

“Meghdoot” of the greatest Sanskrit poet and dramatist Kalidasa (5th century AD), Nobel laureate (Literature, 1907) Rudyard Kipling’s (1865-1936) poetry “The Overland Mail”, Nobel laureate (Literature, 1913) Rabindranath Tagore’s (1861-1941) play “The Post Office”, Indian writer Mulk Raj Anand’s (1905-2004) book “Story of the Indian Post Office”American singer and actor Elvis Presley’s (1935-1977) song “Return to Sender” have illustrated the glory of letters.
These random and sudden thoughts are coming to us on “World Post Day”. The day is celebrated globally each year on 9th October, which marks the anniversary of the establishment of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in 1874 in the Swiss capital, Bern. The Universal Postal Union was the start of global communications revolution, people could write to others all over the world.
It was declared as ‘World Post Day’ by the UPU Congress held in Tokyo, Japan, in 1969. Since then, World Post Day is celebrated all over the world to highlight the importance of the postal services.
The purpose of World Post Day is to raise awareness among common men about the role of the postal sector in people’s and businesses’ everyday lives and its contribution to the social and economic development of countries. The celebration encourages member countries to undertake programme activities aimed at generating a broader awareness of their Post’s role and activities among the public and media on a national scale.
Every year, above 150 countries celebrate World Post Day in a variety of ways. In certain countries, World Post Day is observed as a working holiday. Many Posts use the event to introduce or promote new postal products and services. Some Posts also use World Post Day to reward their employees for good service.
In many countries, philatelic exhibitions are organized and new stamps and date cancellation marks are issued. Other activities include the display of World Post Day posters in post offices and other public places, open days at post offices, mail centers and postal museums, the holding of conferences, seminars and workshops, as well as cultural, sport and other recreational activities. Many postal administrations issue special souvenirs such as T-shirts and badges.
With the support of massive network, the reach of the Postal department is in every corner of the world. The development of postal service took place rapidly in all the areas of the world since 1st half of 20th century. It seems to us that Post is nothing but “The other name of extreme trust” of the common people.
On this auspicious day, it is time to think and work as per the terms of Ex-Communication Minister:
“How we can serve the consumer best, this should be the highest duty of every Post and Telegraph worker. Frugality is essential but it should not be at the cost of work ability.” (3rd May 1971Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna(1919-1989))
Again according to Gandhiji, “For us every consumer is an important person. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is the purpose of our work…We do not oblige him by doing his service. He obliges us by giving us the opportunity to serve.”

                     

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Directorate call for APAR for promotion to PS Group ‘B’ cadre for the year 2014-15

Directorate call for APARs/ACRs for promotion to PS Group ‘B’ cadre for the year 2014-15. Official eligible from Rajasthan Circle are as under :-

Sl No. in Dte. List
Name of Official
Whether SC/ST
Batch
10
L.S.Patel

1987
22
R.P.Kushwah

1989
61
R.S.Shekhawat

1990
67
O.P. Sodia

1990
78
Gauri Shanker

1990
82
T.D.Vaishnav

1990
83
B.L.Sharma

1990
89
S.K.Mishra

1990
109
D.R.Suthar

1990
258
D.R.Purohit

1992
271
B.R.Bhiraniya

1992
302
Atma Ram

1992
313
M.S.Jai

1992
323
K.M.Sharma

1992
331
S.K.Sharma

1992
342
C.L.Chippa

1992
355
Har Lal

1992
360
Ram Swaroop Sharma

1992
365
R.S.Munot
SC
1992
390
N.L.Kumhar

1992
393
Jaswant Singh

1992
401
Ishra Ram
SC
1992
419
Babu Lal
SC
1992
427
R.L.Balotiya
SC
1992
451
S.S.Shekhawat

1992
469
K.K.Bunkar
SC
1993
471
Bhanwaru Ram
SC
1993
475
S.P.Palod

1993
479
K.M.Meena
ST
1993
480
Om Veer Singh
SC
1993
489
Satish Kumar
SC
1993

The Result of Direct Recruitment Examination of POSTMAN/MAIL GUARD held on 31.08.2014 for the year 2014.

CHQ News - Letter to Secretary (Posts) i/c/w transfer of Circle Treasurer at Circle HQ

No. GS/AIAIASP/Raj/Immunity/2014                                dated   27/9/2014

 To,
Ms Kavery Banerjee,
Secretary (Posts),
Department of Posts, 
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi -110001. 

Subject:  Request for considering immunity to the office bearers of  IP/ASP Association and fair deal with its members.

Ref.      :   Directorate Memo No. 10-1/2004-SR dated 25th June 2004

Respected Madam, 

        IP/ASP Association would like to bring to your kind notice that CPMG Rajasthan Circle has not considered the request of Circle Treasurer for transfer at Circle Headquarter under immunity service. Therefore this Association isdistressed over the spree of vindictive and doctorial actions of Circle against the IP/ASP cadre that too keeping the Directorate orders at stake.

        Madam, as you may be aware that certain trade union privilege and facilities are provided to the office bearers of the association in the relevant constitution of the concerned union/ association. Provision of concession of immunity for transfer is one of them. Furthermore, CCS (RSA) Rules 1993 are promulgated by the Government in order to regulate the associations, while on the contrary, attempts are themselves made by the Administration to defeat the object of Service Association. Service Association has been formed primarily with the object of promoting the common service interest of its members. Except this forum, there had been no avenue for the employees to hear their grievances and seek redressal.

        With much and deep sorrow, the members of this Association are constrained to convey our resentment towards step motherly attitude of Rajasthan Circle administration in not providing immunity for transfer to the office bearer. It is a fact that Circle Association’s body was constituted on 24/8/2013 and Circle Treasurer Shri Gauri Shankar presently working as ASP (HQ) Tonk Division has applied for transfer under immunity service  vide his application dated 31/1/2014 but now Circle Administration vide letter No. Staff/9-4/Ch.IX dated 15/9/2014 informed to this Association that “as regards immunity of transfer of above named official, Circle Secretary, Asstt. Circle Secretary and Asstt. Treasurer of Rajasthan Circle IP/ASP Association are already working at Jaipur (HQ), as such work of circle treasurer can easily bear Asstt. Treasurer. Moreover, the body was constituted on 24/8/2013 has already elapse a period of one year to offer posting at headquarter”. This is definitely a de-motivating factor which will affect the morale of the cadre. This Association strongly protests this kind of attitude of the Circle administration. Our Circle Treasurer has already applied for transfer within the time limit, but issue was intentionally found delayed by Circle Administration. 

        It is therefore urged upon to cause necessary instructions to CPMG Rajasthan Circle to treat members of IP/ASP Association at par with other trade unions and provide special privilege to our members as given in the constitution and consider the request of Circle Treasurer for transfer at circle headquarter under immunity service immediately.

A Line in reply is requested.
                   
          Yours sincerely,
                                                                                                                                                          Sd/-
 (Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary

CHQ News - Reminder to Directorate to complete the vigilance enquiry in death case of Ms Mohini Gupta ASP Ajmer

No. GS/AIAIASP/Misc/Inquiry/2014                                      dated   27/9/2014

To,
The Sr. DDG (Vig.)
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi -110001.

Subject:  Request for initiating vigilance enquiry into the death case of Smt. Mohini Gupta, ASP Ajmer (Rajasthan).

Ref.      :    Directorate No. Vig./2-1/2014/Ch-II dated 28/3/2014

Respected Sir,

          I would like to invite your kind attention to this Association’s letter of even number dated 18/3/2014 and 25/4/2014 whereby it was requested to constitute a committee at Directorate level to carry out vigilance enquiry on the points raised by the deceased officer in her representation dated 19/1/2014 to elicit the truth in the death case of loyal and hard worker officer. But till date Directorate has neither carried out vigilance enquiry nor communicated the progress of the case to this association. It is hearsay that Directorate has simply called for report from Rajasthan Circle, which will not fetch the clear picture of the case.  

             Therefore again and again it was requested your honour to look into the matter personally and cause to complete the vigilance enquiry in the matter on top priority basis, otherwise officials involved in this case will devastate the genuine records etc.  

             An early action and line in reply is requested.
    Yours sincerely,

Sd/
 (Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary