Friday, October 22, 2010

Clarification of GDS Recruitment

The Dte instructions reg "Effective No. of Candidates" for GDS Recruitment is reproduced below. Dte Memo No. 19-27 / 2010-GDS Dt. 07.10.10.

Modified instructions on Recruitment of GDS thro Employment Exchange - Clarification of term "Effective No. of Candidates"

Attention of all concerned is invited to Para 3 of this Dte Order No. 19-4 / 97-ED & Trg Dt 19.08.98 which provided that "in case the notification and public advertisement so issued fail to elicit any response within the stipulated date or if the effective number of candidates applied for the post is less than 3, the vacancies will be re-notified to the Employment Exchange & fresh advertisement issued calling for nominations etc within 15 days"
2. The term "effective No. of candidates / applications" has undergone judicial scrutiny by CAT, Hyderabad in OA No. 516 / 2009 in the mater of Shri.Chennuri Raju vs Union of India & relying on judgement of High Court of Madras in WP No. 22500 & 20422 / 1999 in similar case CAT, Hyderabad has held in its judgement on 15.06.10 that "three effective applications mean three applications should be received and even if one of the candidates amongst the three applicants is eligible, the selection should be finalized"
3. The issue has been considered in this Dte in the light of the aforesaid judgement and i am directed to convey that term "effective No. of Candidates" finding a mention in the order of this Dte ibid may be interpreted to mean that three applications from the different candidates should be received and even if one of the candidates amongst the three applicants is found eligible, the selection should be finalized in conformity with the interpretation as referred to in Para 2 above.

Supply of laptop to Divisional Heads

Postal Directorate vide its No.40-13/2010-Tech dated 19.10.2010 has placed supply orders with vendors for supply of Computer Notebook (Laptops) to Divisional Heads.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Bi monthly meeting with PMG Calicut

The bi monthly meeting with PMG Calicut was held on 08/10/2010. PMG responded positively to all our requests except a few. It was a lively discussion and we have assured our support in achieving various targets.

Given below are some of the decisions taken in the meeting:

1. PMG was kind enough to permit reimbursement of mobile phone charges of all IP/ASPs of Northern Region limiting to Rs.330/-
2. Desktops already supplied to the sub divisional heads will not be withdrawn.
3. Sufficient number of brochures of all the products will be supplied by RO to help marketing
4. For savings bank drive, photography can be arranged by us at our own cost ( Rs.20/- per applicant)
5. PMG has extended all support in all our ventures.
6. All the offices will share the target allotted to the divisions.

PMG has also emphasized that sub divisional head is the Supdt of the Sub Division and we have to rise to the expectations.

Transfer/ Postings in JTS Group A

1. Sri. P.Ramakrishnan, SSP Calicut transferred and posted as SSP Gulbarga Division, Karnataka Circle.

2. Sri. Abdu Salam, Offg SSP Kollam transferred and posted as SSP Calicut on adhoc basis vice Sri. P.Ramakrishnan transferred. He will join the post on expiry of the leave granted.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

IP Examination 2009- Results

Directorate has announced the results of the IP examination for the year 2009. List of successful candidates from Kerala Circle is as follows:

1. Pradeep. V.M, Reg No. K/IP-56/09, 326 marks (Surplus)
2. T.P.Krishna Kumar Reg No.K/IP-67/09, 308 marks (Surplus)
3.Archana Anand, No. K/IP-08/09, 296 marks (Surplus)
4. Rekha.K, No. K/IP-75/09, 267 marks (surplus)
5. S.T.Eramveetil, K/IP-77/09, 267 marks (Surplus)
6. Anil Dev, K/IP-26/09, 256 marks (surplus)
Details can be obtained from the site

The Association congratules the successful candidates and extends to them a warm welcome to the cadre.