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Monday, May 30, 2016

Retirement - 31.05.2016



Smt. Padma S, our Member, was born on 24-05-1956 to Smt. L. Ponnammal (late) and Shri K. Subramania Iyer (late) at Thiruvananthapuram.  Smt. Padma spent her childhood at Thiruvananthapuram.  Did her schooling at Fort Mission Girls High School (Zenana Mission) and higher studies at Women’s Polytechnic, Karamana, Thiruvananthapuram. Joined in Central Government Telephones Department on 4th February 1976 at the office of the Sub Divisional Office (Telephones), Kaithamukku, Thiruvananthapuram.  On bifurcation of Postal and Telephones Department, Smt. Padma opted Postal Department and joined as Stenographer to APMG (Staff), O/o Chief PMG, Kerala Circle, Thiruvananthapuram on 01.11.1977.   Smt. Padma has rendered her service at Circle Office and Thiruvananthapuram Postal Division.  She got her Grade II promotion on 29.09.1999 and Grade I promotion on 01.01.2006 and at fag end of her service was promoted to Gazetted Cadre and joined as Private Secretary to Postmaster General, Central Region, Kerala Circle, Kochi on 07th April 2016. 

In AIPSA, now she is holding the office bearer-ship of Organising Secretary and she is active in all activities of AIPSA.  After rendering of more than 40 years of service Smt. Padma is retiring from Service on superannuation on 31st May 2016.

Smt. Padma was married to Shri A. Mohankumar on 2nd June 1976.   They have two daughters viz. Savitha Mohan and Sunitha Mohan.  Both the daughters are married.  Smt. Savitha married to Shri Balasubramaniam and Smt. Sunitha married to Shri Ramesh and well settled with their children at Singapore and Dubai, respectively.  Shri A. Mohan kumar, husband of Smt. S. Padma retired from State Government Service as Section Officer, Home Department, Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram and later attained lotus feet on 25th July 2012. 

          Smt. Padma told to us that now her only sorrow is loneliness due to bereavement of her husband.  But says, she always believes in the quoting “When Life gives you a hundred reasons to cry show the world that you have thousands reasons to smile” – “Love is the only way to get love”.

          AIPSA Kerala wishes her a happy & healthy Retired Life.

Retirement greetings



TO

DEAR SHRI. SUBRAMANYA,

PRIVATE SECRETARY, O/O CH PMG,

KARNATAKA CIRCLE, BANGALORE &

CS, AIPSA, KARNATAKA CIRCLE. 

 

ON BEHALF OF AIPSA I EXTEND MY

BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND

PEACEFUL RETIRED LIFE.



(E. MURUGADAS)
GENERAL SECRETARY,
ALL INDIA POSTAL STENOS ASSN.,
& P.A. TO SSRM,
RMS ‘MA’ DN, 
MADURAI 625 001.

PLI RPLI Service Tax Ready Reckoner Table W.E.F 01.06.2016

Cadre Restructuring of Group 'C' employees in Department of Posts

Sub : Cadre Restructuring of Group ’C’ employees in Department of Posts.
D.G. Post letter No. 25-04/2012-PE-I dated 27th May, 2016.
            The Cadre Restructuring of Group-C  employees of Department of Posts has been undertaken in consultation with Department of Expenditure , Ministry of Finance in pursuance of the approval concurrence of the Department  of Expenditure  vide ID No. 2(45)E.III Desk/2015 dated 12th May,2016 , a list at distribution of the posts containing the existing and revised posts  of Postal Assistants, Lower Selection  Grade, Higher Selection  Grade II & I and also a few HSG-I (Non-Functional Grade) is enclosed for implementation with the  following  instructions:
a)         The post of SPMs in Single  Handed  and Double Handed Post Offices  to the cadre of LSG posts (GP Rs.2800) shown in the  annexure now allotted to the Circle , will be placed in the Grade  Pay of Rs.2800/- in the Pay Band-I..

b)         The post of SPMs in Triple Handed Post Offices, in the extent of HSG-II  posts (GP4200) shown the annexure  now allotted  to the Circle and all other existing norms based LSG Posts in Post offices  will be placed in the Grade Pay of Rs.4200- in the Pay  Band-II. In no case, the total number of HSG-II posts shall exceed the number of posts allotted to the Circle.

C)        Existing  posts in HSG-II to the extent  of posts  now allotted  and shown in the annexure , will  be placed in the  Grade Pay of Rs.4600/- in the Pay  Band-II along with the existing  HSG-I Posts . Remaining HSG-II posts if any shall remain in the GP of Rs.4200 only. In no case, the total number of HSG-I posts shall exceed the number of posts allotted in the Circle.

d)         The Cadre Restructuring of these posts  are only in respect of the  posts from Postal Side  other  than the posts of RMS ., Circle and Regional Offices and SBCO Wings.

e)         If the revised number of posts is in excess of the existing strength of a particular grade the difference will be deemed as  newly sanctioned posts in that grade . Similarly, if the revised number of posts is in  a grade is less than the existing strength the number of posts equal to the difference  will be treated as having been  abolished in that grade.
 f)         The vacancies arising out of the restructuring will be filled up only from the amongst the official who fulfill the eligibility criteria  laid down in the recruitment rules  for the post.
g)         The new HSG-I (Non Functional  Grade)  with the grade  pay of Rs.4800/- is only  for those  who  are  senior  most  and completed  not less than a minimum service of 2 years  in HSG-I  subject to the  number of posts specified  for the Circle  in HSG-I (Non Functional  Grade) (for example  the number of NFG officials in AP Circle should never  exceed (17) after following usual procedure of non functional upgradation(s).
2.         These instructions will be effective from the date of issue of the orders. The actual benefit would however be admissible to the eligible officials from the date of actual promotion.
3.         Receipt of the order may be acknowledged. Immediate action initiated and compliance report sent at the earliest.
                                                                                   Sd/-
                                                                                                (Tarun Mittal)

                                                            Assistant Director General (PE-II)






7th Pay Commission Report to be put up before Cabinet in June

7th Pay Commission report to be put up before Cabinet in June – 7th CPC implementation Notification to come at the earliest Central government employees can expect to get some good news trickling in from government sources towards the end of June.
As per reports, the Finance Ministry is likely to table the 7th Pay Commission report to the Cabinet for approval in the last week of June.
The 7th pay panel headed by AK Mathur had recommended the minimum salary for central government employees at Rs 18,000 and maximum salary at Rs 2,50,000. As employees protested against the wage hikecalling it the “lowest ever” raise, the government set up the Empowered Committee of Secretaries group to review the AK Mathur-panel’s recommendations.
The Empowered Committee of Secretaries on the Seventh Central Pay Commission is expected to soon wrap up its report on the remuneration of government employees.
Sources added that even the Prime Minister’s Office is keen on a favourable pay hike for the central government employees, so the panel is likely to recommend a minimum salary at Rs 24,000 and the highest salary at Rs 2,70,000.
Sources added that the government is exploring options for meeting the additional payout over and above what was recommended by the 7th pay panel. The payout could be substantial with salary hike and arrears adding up to a Rs 1.02 lakh crore burden on government finances.
Report add that once the report moves from the table of the empowered group of committee to the cabinet, there is no reason why the cabinet would inordinately delay it.
The Finance Ministry is keen that higher salaries reach government employees just before the festive season starting mid-August, as spurt in consumption during the festive period will have a domino effect on the economy.
Souce: Zee News

Employment News : 28th May to 3 June 2016

UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Name Of Post : Specialist Grade III Assistant Professors (Medicine, Paediatrics), Assistant Directors, Training Officer
No.of Vacancies : 57
Last Date :16.06.2016
TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
Name Of Post : Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor
No.of Vacancies : 102
Last Date :30.06.2016

WESTERN RAILWAY
Name Of Post : Electrician, Mechanist, Fitter etc
No.of Vacancies : 557
Last Date :20.06.2016

SERIOUS FRAUD INVESTIGATION OFFICE, NEW DELHI
Name Of Post : Additional Director (Investigation, Forensic Audit, Capital Market) Dy, Director (Forensic Audit, Corporate Law, Investigation) etc
No.of Vacancies : 52
Last Date :61 days from the date of publication
ARMED FORCES MEDICAL COLLEGE, PUNE
Name Of Post : Junior Scientific Assistant, LDC, Painter and Decorator etc
No.of Vacancies : 24
Last Date :21 days from the date of publication
Source : http://employmentnews.gov.in/