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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Meghdoot Awards for the year 2009 & 2010


Chandra Mouli said...

It is to be much appreciable when the eligible and worth officials irrespective of cadre or gender are honored by the department with Meghdoot Award. Why Steno's cadre is not being recognized? In fact our services may not be reaching to members of public. But Stenos are dedicatedly serving the officers at all levels whose services are reaching the public. I presume that justice will be reaching all the corners when a Steno, an important tool in the administration is also honoured with Meghdoot Award. I humbly request the Stenographers' Association to kindly examine my suggestion.

-G. Chandramouli,
Stenographer (Grade II),
O/o Supdt. Of Post Offices,
Anantapur Division,
Anantapur-55 001, (AP)
(Mobile: 9490446743)


Good Suggestions Mr.Chandra Mouli.

This is my long term ambitions. Even department have called for awards from all cadre, in India no Steno ccould be considered for any awards . The Officers under we are working may pursue our cadre and recommend the eligible PS/all grade Stenos in our department at least in future.

I wish that Your dream will become true, at least in future.


Unknown said...

Dear Friends,
First of all I would like to congratulate all the award winners. It is a very good sign that Dept Posts is giving awards on the basis of recommendations by the Divl/RO/CO for the good work done by the officials/officers.
if a Group A/B officer (divisional head)nominated for meghdoot Award, his/her steno/PA/PS/Sr.PS should also be nominated for meghdoot awards, without the assistance and good efforts put forth by the steno, his/her officer many not achieve such a position. This is one of the suggestion in case of Dept Posts should not consider to recognise individual stenographers for meghdoot awards. All the time we are in the office to assist and carryout the duties of the higher officers irrespective of time schedules i.e means the stenographers servicers are indirectly reaching the public in time either in solving problems and suggesting good solutions. I never deny if a public approached me for any cause. I put all out efforts to give solution or shown the right direction as we are not directly dealing the public.
The suggestion given by my friend Chandra Mouli is a good one our assosicaiton should look into the matter and take up with higher level.
One more suggestion, if an LSG official is eligible for appearing Group B exam, why can't be a steno having 15 years of continuous service in the steno cadre who is not less than an LSG cadre (in my opinion). this can be seen from the results declared for Grop B exam a week ago (from AP circle two officials of SPM cadre selected for Group B cadre).
I sincerely request our association to meet the higher authorities in the directorate for clearing the issue of appearing Group B exam by the stenographers.

rajnish said...

It is a good suggestion that names ot stenographers/PA/PS/Sr.PS etc. should also be nominated for Meghdoot awards but one of the reasons behind this that no divisional head/officer is recommending the names of stenogrpahers for this award.

While forwarding nominations for meghdoot awards from divisional level a divisional head should keep this in mind that his/her PA is also making all sincere efforts to bring his work up to date.

prasad said...

Our Association should strive to make all the eligible stenographers to take Group 'B' examination. It is a long pending issue. Please make a serious note of it and put forth our demand and in near future we can also see a qualitative Group 'B' officer from our cadre too.

prasad said...

I request our association to make our dream for making the stenos who are eligible for appearing Group B exam. If we sincerely try for it, it won't be a distant dream. Prasada Rao Chitrapu, Stenographer