APU-III/CBS/Band width-Cancellation of migration to CBS/2016 Date: 21.03.2016
The Chief Postmaster General
Sub: - Improper cancellation of CBS migration of Post offices in the eleventh hour after updation of SB data successfully by the offices-non enhancing of the band width of the post offices -Reg
At the outset i would like to bring the untold sufferings of the Post office staff due to improper cancellation of CBS schedule given by the competent authority and non enhancing of the band width of the post offices.
It was intimated by the competent authority that there is a migration of some offices on 21st and 23rd of March 2016 and pre-migration activities. As per the schedule given by the competent authority the work has been carried out by the staff of A.P.Circle in the divisions. But unfortunately it was intimated by the competent authority that the schedule given be them for the dates 21st and 23rd March 2016 has been cancelled on 20.03.2016 i.e after most of the post offices have been successfully uploaded the SB data to the server and they received the message successfully uploaded.
I bring to your kind notice that this is the fourth time the prescribed schedule has been cancelled for their own reasons i.e vendors’ inefficiency. Staffs working at the post offices have to work throughout the night and for uploading the SB data to the server they have to work 36 hours continuously. But all the efforts made by the staff to migrate the post office to CBS platform are in vein due to inefficiency of the vendor i.e no fault of the official or the department.
Though there were clear guidelines for enhancing of band width of the offices wherever necessary, no proper action has been taken by the circle office till date. Due to low band width staff in the post offices are severely facing the public ire. Therefore
Therefore I request you to please take up the issue with the Directorate and should see that this type of cancellations could not be done in near future so that duplication of work and wastage of man power should be avoided. I request you to cause to issue suitable orders to implement the instructions to increase the band width of the post offices immediately.
A line in reply is highly solicited.