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Monday, August 22, 2011

All India Conference of Postal Stenographers Association

All India Postal Stenographers’ Association

W.B. Circle Branch, O/o the Ch.PMG, W.B. Circle, Kolkata-12
No:AIPSA/All India Conference/2011 Dated: 18th August, 2011

Dear Friends,
I am glad to inform you that All India Conference of All India Postal Stenographers’ Association is scheduled to be held from 17-9-2011 to 18-09-2011 (Central Working Committee Meeting on 16-9-2011) at Kolkata, West Bengal Postal Circle. In this connection, kindly refer the Notice issued by the General Secretary of All India Postal Stenographers’ Association vide No.AIPSA/Conf/2011 dated 1st August, 2011.
In view of the above, the venue of the Conference, Boarding and Lodging arrangements made and other details are given below which may kindly be taken note off.

The Conference will be held at Auditorium Hall (13th floor), Yogayog Bhawan, O/o the Chief Postmaster General, Kolkata-700 012 and for lodging IQs at RLO(Dalhousie), Barabazar HO & Quarter & Hall at O/o the SSPOs, South Kolkata Dn., Sarat Bose Road Post Office Complex have been booked for the delegates coming to Kolkata. You are requested to inform in advance your arrival and departure to any one of the members whose telephone numbers are given at the end of this circular for allotting the IQs/ Quarter/Hall to the individual delegate. Sarat Bose Road Post Office is situated at a distance of 5/6 KMs approx. from Howrah Railway Station & 4/5 KMs approx. from Sealdah Railway Station. IQs of RLO & Barabazar is at a distance 2/3 KMs approx. from Howrah/Sealdah Railway Station. Accommodation has also been made at P&T Community Hall, CC Block Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 064 which is at a distance of 5/7 distance from Howrah/Sealdah Station.

Morning Tiffin and Lunch will be provided on 17th & 18th September, 2011. Site seeing will be arranged through Bus or other vehicle (on payment by the interested delegates) on 19-9-2011.

A sum of Rs.200/- may please be sent by MO or paid at the venue towards delegation fee per delegate to Ms. K.A. Latha, Circle Treasurer & PA to AD(Mails) & AD(A/Cs), O/o the Chief Postmaster General, West Bengal Circle, Yogayog Bhawan, Kolkata-700 012.(Tel No.09874266032).

Following are the contact numbers for furnishing information about your arrival and departure and also for any guidance on arrival at Kolkata. Please ensure that while giving information your contact number (Mob.No.) also be given.

Sri A.Pathak, Circle Secretary & Secretary, Reception Committee & PA to APMG(PSR) &ADPS(TO), O/o the Ch.PMG, WB Circle, Kolkata-700 012.Mob.No:09432098270. E-mail: arabindapathak@rediffmail.com

Sri N.K. Nath, President & Secretary, Purchase Committee & PS to PMG(MM), O/o the Ch.PMG, WB Circle, Kolkata-700 012. Mob.No:09432107166. E-mail:nikhilnath59@gmail.com

Sri T.K. Banerjee, Secretary, Organizing Committee & Sr.PS to Ch.PMG, WB Circle, Kolkata-700 012, Phone No:033-22120070, E-mail: banerjeetk @indiatimes.com.

Sri M.L. Roy, PA to Ch.PMG, West Bengal Circle, Yogayog Bhawan, Kolkata-700 012, Mob.No:08902225741, FAX No:0332212-0811, E-mail: mohanlroy@rediffmail.com.

Sri Tapan Kanti Deb, Secretary, Accommodation Committee & PA to SSPOs, East Kolkata Dn. Mobile No:09903819452.

Sri S. Chakrabarty, Asstt.Circle Secretary & PA to ADPS(PG) & ADPS(Court), O/o the Ch.PMG, WB Circle, Yogayog Bhawan, Kolkata-700 012, Mob.No:09433310129, E-Mail:snehasish2009@rediffmail.com, FAX No:03322120500.

Sri P. Mukherjee, Asstt.Treasurer & PA to ADPS(MM&PO), O/o the Ch.PMG, WB Circle, Yogayog Bhawan, Kolkata-700 012, Mob.No:09432140572, E-mail: promothes.mukherjee@gmail.com, Fax No:03322120845.

You are requested to send the names of your delegates by any of the FAX on urgent basis.
You are also requested to bring own Bed Sheet etc.
Looking forward your participation and co-operation in making the conference a grand success.
Thanking you,
Sincerely yours,
Sd/-
( A. Pathak )
Circle Secretary, AIPSA, WB Circle
& Secretary, Reception Committee, All India Conference

BRIEF OF CAT CASE FILED BY ALL INDIA POSTAL STENOGRAPHERS’ ASSOCIATION

BRIEF OF CAT CASE FILED BY ALL INDIA POSTAL STENOGRAPHERS’ ASSOCIATIO0N BEFORE THE HON’ CAT, NEW DELHI (DUE TO SOME REASONS FULL TEXT OF O.A. CANNOT BE REPRODUCED HERE).HOWEVER COPIES WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO RESPECTIVE CIRCLE SECRETARIES BY CHQ
IN THE CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL
PRINCIPAL BENCH NEW DELHI
OA No.2860/2011
In the matter of:
1. All India Postal Stenographers
Association through its President
Shri Ram Kishan S/o Shri Mange Ram
aged about 54 years, posted at Foreign Post,
New Delhi - 110 002
R/o C-19, Shiv Vihar, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi
2. Smt. Usha Suneja
W/o Shri K.C. Suneja aged about 58 years,
Sr. PS to CPMG Delhi Circle,
R/o 182, Sector 8, RK Puram, New Delhi
3. Smt. Veena Kapoor PS to PMG
W/o Shri N.K. Kapoor aged about 56 years
R/o 24/83-84, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi.
4. Smt. Renu Kalsi, steno Grade I
W/o Sh. Indresh Kalsi aged about 50 years,
R/o 86A/1, First Floor, Gali no.3,
Krishna Nagar, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi
5. Shri Jagdish Steno Grade II
S/o Shr Mange Ram aged about 52 years,
R/o O-158, Geeta Enclave, Vani Vihar, Uttam Nagar,
New Delhi
-Applicants
-Versus-
1. Union of India through The Secretary, Govt. of India
Ministry of communications,
Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110 001.
2. The Secretary to the Govt. of India
Department of Expenditure
Ministry of Finance, North Block New Delhi – 110 001.
3. The Secretary to the Govt. of India
Department of Personnel & Training
Ministry of Personnel,Public Grievances & Pensions
North Block, New Delhi - 110 006. -Respondents
APPLICATION UNDER SECTION 19 OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS ACT, 1985.
PARTICULARS OF THE ORDER AGAINST WHICH THE APPLICATION IS MADE:
(i) The present OA is being filed by Stenographers Gr.I, Gr II, Personal Secretary and Sr. Personal Secretary seeking parity of pay scale which has recommended and implemented by the recommendations of 6th CPC to the counter parts of the applicants performing identical duties and functions and situated at par in all functional requirements in Central Secretariat Stenographers Services (CSSS).
(ii) Order dated 24.03.2009 passed by Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications & IT in consultation with Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure whereby the demand of the applicants for grant of revised pay structure at par with CSSS has been turned down vide ANNEXURE A-1.
(iii) Order No.I/9/2009-PIC dated 1.6.2009 issued by Department of Personnel & Training whereby the issue of pay parity between CSSS and the non-secretariat Stenographers and also implementation of para 3.1.10 to 3.1.4 has not been acceded to vide ANNEXURE A-2.
(iv) Order dated 5.8.2010 issued by the respondents whereby the it has been informed to the Minister of State that the recommendations of 6th CPC contained in para 3.1.4 has been implemented by the Respondents in CCS (RP) Rules, 2008 vide ANNEXURE A-3.
8. RELIEF:
In view of the submissions made in the foregoing paras this Hon’ble Tribunal may be pleased:
8.1 To set aside the impugned order at Annexure A-1 to A-3.
8.2 To direct the respondents to declare Grade II Stenographers in postal department at par with their counterparts with CSSS for grant of GP 4600 w.e.f. 1.1.2006 with all consequential benefits.
8.3 To direct the respondents to declare PS in postal department at par with their counterparts with CSSS for grant of GP 4800 w.e.f. 1.1.2006 and GP 5400 after four years in PB-3 with all consequential benefits.
8.4 To direct the respondents to induct the posts of PPS, Sr. PPS and PSO in the Postal department and consider PS of Postal Department as PPS in GP of 6600, Sr. PPS in GP of 7600 and also further promotion in PSO with GP 8700 with all consequential benefits;
8.5 Any other relief which this Hon’ble Tribunal may deem fit and appropriate, in the circumstances of the case.