Tuesday, October 22, 2013

PM (IPO line) posts to be filled up- Association Impact

It has been ascertained that Chief PMG has given the nod to fill up the 8 PM (IPO line) posts existing in Kerala Circle. As a result, 15 ASPs are likely to be regularized and another 15 IPs are to get adhoc promotion as ASPs. Action to convene DPC has been initiated at CO.

Declaration of results of the Aptitude test and Typing test for direct recruitment to the cadre of PA/SA in Kerala Postal Circle

 Vide letter No Rectt/4-3/2011 dated 22/10/2013, Circle office has published the result.

To view the result in PDF format Clik here

Friday, October 18, 2013

PS Group B allottment/posting orders issued by CO

Copy of the order issued by CO is furnished below for information of all concerned:
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Thursday, October 10, 2013


PS Group B DPC List (2013-14) released today by Directorate

Directorate has released the list of selected officers for the promotion to the cadre of PS Group B for the vacancies of 2013-14. Five of our members from Kerala Circle has found their place in the list as shown below:

1.Smt. P.A.Krishnakumary
2.Sri. V.Balakrishnan Nair
3.Sri. C.M.Bharathan
4.Sri. C.V.Raju
5.Sri.K.C.Velayudhan

Hearty Congrats to the officers on their promotion to Group B and all the very best in their new venture.....

Five more officers from other Circles have been allotted to Kerala as shown below:

1.Sri. K.Gunasekharan (TN)
2.Sri. K.Soorappan (TN)
3.Sri. G.C.Srineevasa (KAR)
4.Sri. S.M.Bhat (KAR)
5. Sri. G.N.Lakshmi Prasad (KAR)

Hearty Congrats to these officers also and Warm Welcome to the Gods Own Country.....

To see the list in full please CLICK HERE

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Now, pay water bills at post offices

Now, consumers of the Kerala Water Authority (KWA) can pay bills  at post offices from Wednesday the 9th October, 2013.

In the initial stage, the service will be available across five districts — Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, Kottayam, Kollam and Palakkad. It will be a perfect gift for the State on the World Post Day.

“We have been running a trial of the water bills payment gateway for the past one year in the capital district. It was found to be successful and so we decided to extend the service to other districts. For the first few months, it will be available in the urban areas of five districts. Later, we plan to extend the facility to all the post offices in the State,” K.V. Vijayakumar, Assistant Director of Technology and Administration, O/o.CPMG, told The Hindu .

The move is part of the department’s various initiatives to make post offices the one-stop shop for services required by every type of customer. Plans are also afoot to include electricity bills among the list of services.
Computerisation

The computerisation of all the 1,506 major post offices in the State was completed as part of the 11th plan. The work on digitising the 3,500-odd branch post offices, located in remote regions, will be taken up soon. Once this work is completed, these smaller centres will also become part of the integrated postal network across the State. “The plan is to digitise the working of these branch offices using handheld devices, smart phones, thermal printers and barcode scanners. In places where electricity is scarce or is yet to reach, we will use solar panels. Various information technology players such as Accenture, TCS and Infosys are taking care of the various aspects of the project,” said Mr. Vijayakumar.

As of now, the performance of 1,285 post offices in the State are being monitored closely as part of the ‘Project Arrow’ initiative launched in 2008 to improve the quality of services in the core areas of mail delivery, money remittances, savings bank and office service levels.

Source: The Hindu dated 9/10/2013.(Click Here)

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

World Post Day: UN urges governments to support postal developments and modernization



 On World Post Day (9 October)UPU Director General Bishar A. Hussein urges governments to support postal reform efforts to ensure the provision of efficient postal services.

In his annual message, the head of the United Nations specialized agency says that postal services continue to play a vital role in the exchange of information and goods and that Posts worldwide are redefining themselves to meet customers’ evolving needs.“Posts remain important facilitators of national and international trade in this constantly evolving world,” he says. “The postal network, with more than 600,000 post offices, remains the largest physical network on the planet and a fundamental infrastructure for large segments of the economy.” 

In a special message, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon also urges governments to take advantage of the postal network’s ‘tremendous potential’ for reaching citizens. “Postal services are engines of trade, growth and development,” says Ban as they go beyond physical mail and are redefining themselves for a 21st- century communication landscape. 

Re-thinking the business

Although letters continue to generate, on average, almost half of a Post’s revenues, the steady decline in business mail is forcing Posts to rethink their business to meet new consumer habits. “As e-commerce grows, postal services are positioning themselves as the delivery service of choice for goods ordered online,” says Hussein. Postal financial services are also on the rise, he adds, as Posts take advantage of their vast reach to meet the needs of the unbanked and citizens located in far-flung areas where traditional financial institutions are often not present. 

In 2012, Posts globally delivered an estimated 350 billion letters and more than 6 billion parcels. They also processed millions of financial transactions as more and more Posts expand their range of postal financial services.

Best Wishes to all Members on World Post Day and Postal Week..


Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Promotion/ Transfer in IP/ASP Cadre - NR

PMG Calicut vide letter NO  Staff/1-3/2011/II dated 01/10/2013 has issued the following orders

1. Smt Madhuri, ASP(HQ) Tirur to be ASP Palakkad South Sub Division vice
Sri Narayanankutty promoted to the Cadre of PSS Gp B
2. Smt Rajani, ASP Manjeri Sub Division to be ASP(HQ) Tirur
3. Sri M.P.Ramesh, ASP(OD) Manjeri to be ASP Manjeri Sub Division
4. Sri P.K.Sivadas ASP(OD) Kannur to be Postmaster Kannur vice Sri Jayesh transferred to Circle Office.

The Association congratulates Sri Narayanankutty who is promoted to the cadre of PSS Gp B and allotted to Central Region, and wish him all the best in the new assignment.

Hand book for IOs//DAs

To view the complete Hand Book issued by the Institute of Secretariat Training and Management, Department of Personnel & Training, Govt. of India, please CLICK HERE

CCL for Male Government Employees- proposal before the 7th Pay Commission

To see the proposal PLEASE CLICK HERE

Establishment norms for Divisions/Sub Divisions

To view time factors to decide the review cases of divisions and sub divisions, please CLICK HERE

Indefinite Strike By Central Government Employees Proposed – Resolution Communicated To Govt

NJCA National Joint Council of Action 4, State Entry Road, New Delhi – 110055 No. NJCA / 2018 Dated: August 18, 2018 RESOLUTION ...