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TAMILNADU GRADE-II POSTMASTERS GIVEN REPRESENTATION TO ALL CIRCLE LEVEL UNIONS ON CADRE RESTRUCTURING

From Postmaster –Grade –II officials Tamil Nadu Circle, To           1. The Circle Secretary, AIPEU-Group-C, Tamilnadu Circle, Chennai.             2. The Circle Secretary, NUPE-Group-C, Tamilnadu Circle, Chennai. No/PM-Grade /Cadre Restructuring/Dated 05-10-2011 Sub: - The following signatories of officials in Postmaster –Grade –II have gone through the blogs of both the unions –AIPEU-Gr-c and NAPE-Gr-C, in the wake of cadre restructuring in Group-C in our department. We felt that the Department, though has introduced the Postmaster Cadre with great zeal and the same enthuse the sentiments and ambitions of the supervisory staff. However the same is appeared as diluted due to the latest developments in the Department. “Postmaster Cadre” was originally constituted by carving out few posts from the existing General Line cadre; the Department has not categorically enumerated the features and scopes of the Postmaster Cadre. Simply they called for options from the existing officials in General…

A P Postmasters cadre association Hyderabad Meeting

AIMS AND OBJECTS OF POSTMASTERS CADRE ASSOCIATION:AP

DEAR POSTMASTER,
PLEASE SUGGEST US TO PREPAIR THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVE OF THE POSTMASTERS CADRE: ANDHRA PRADESH ASSOCIATION TO THE FOLLOWING EMAIL ID
padalasureshgoud@gmail.com (with in 3 days)

SOME ARE PREPAIRED AS FOLLOWS

To work for welfare of Post master cadre officials of Andhra Pradesh Circle (State) in Department of Post.
Negotiating with higher authorities (Regional level/Circle level/Directorate level) of Department of Posts for solving problems of Post master Cadre arising out of service matters.
To work for better promotional avenue of Post Master Cadre (Grade-I/II/III) officials whenever needed after negotiating with higher authorities of Department of Post.

IPO EXAM 2012 POSTPONED

750 Cr lying in silent accounts

         The government today said around Rs 752 crore is lying as unclaimed deposits in more than 2.49 crore inactive savings accounts in post offices.
        "Rs 752,44,57,414.03 is the amount lying in all inactive (silent) accounts as on March 31, 2011 in 2,49,59,446 accounts," Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal said in a written reply to Lok Sabha.
        West Bengal led the tally of unclaimed deposits with over Rs 107 crore lying in 20.16 lakh accounts, followed by Tamil Nadu (Rs 105.87 crore in 62.72 lakh accounts) and Uttar Pradesh (Rs 68.61 crore in 21.74 lakh accounts).
        "The depositor of such account can activate the account at any time by transaction. Notices are issued every year to the account holder of such accounts who are not maintaining minimum balance. Special drives are launched to re-activate such accounts by issuing notices and giving information through electronic media," Sibal said.
       Responding to another query, Sibal said 79,604 complai…

ALL INDIA POST MASTER'S CADRE MEET

DEAR POSTMASTER,





AS DECIDED, ALL THE REGIONAL CO ORDINATORS OF MAHARASHTRA CIRCLE ARE REQUESTED TO START THE FUND COLLECTION FROM THE POSTMASTER CADRE OFFICIALS AND CREDIT THE AMOUNT IN THE SBI ACCOUNT NO : 32143498460 AS FUND TRANSFER FOR ALL INDIA POSTMASTER MEET TO BE HELD AT MUMBAI CENTRAL, NEAR TULSIWADI RTO OFFICE,MUMBAI 400 034 AT 11.00 A.M.


THE DELEGATION FEE IS FIXED RS.500/- FOR POSTMASTERS WHO ARE PARTICIPATING IN THE MEET FROM OTHER CIRCLE. THEY SHOULD CONFIRM THE NUMBER OF DELEGATES WHO ARE GOING TO ATTEND THE MEET TO RECEPTION COMMITTEE CO ORDINATOR SHRI GANESH SABLE MOB NO :9867776058.

ALL CIRCLE SHOULD ATTEND AND REPRESENT WITH MINIMUM ONE AND MAXIMUM TWO  REPRESENTATIVE FROM EACH REGION OF THEIR CIRCLE TO MAKE THE ALL INDIA MEET SUCCESSFULL.

LONG LIVE UNITY!
Source: http://postmastermaharashtra.blogspot.in/

AMPC Capable of Sorting 10 lakh Mail Per Day

Sh Kapil Sibal, the Union Minister for Communication and Information Technology, dedicated Automated Mail Processing Centre (AMPC) Delhi to the nation here this morning. Speaking on the occasion Shri Sibal said that Department of Posts has to gear up to the challenges of 21st century in a comprehensive manner. These efforts will go a long way in making DoP a more efficient, reliable and trustworthy organization

AMPC Delhi is an important milestone for the Department of Posts in its attempt to provide a reliable, efficient, safe and cost effective postal service to the nation. AMPC Delhi has been set up with the aim of modernizing mail processing in India Post. A Letter Sorting machine (LSM) and one Mixed Mail Sorter (MMS) has been installed at AMPC Delhi at a cost of about Rs 42 crores. These sorting machines utilize state-of-the-art Optical Character Recognition (OCR)- Video Coding System (VCS) that can read the address written on the mail pieces and sort them to the correct destinati…