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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Sri K.Balasubramanian is our new Chf.Postmaster General. AIPEU Gr-C , AP Circle hearly welcome the New "Head of the Circle".


AIPEU -Gr-C (AP) express haertful congratulations to  
Sri M.Sampath on his regualr promotion to HAG cadre with posting as Chf.Postmaster General, Tamilanadu Circle.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Details of IT rates for 2016-17

CIRCULAR NO : 01/2017
F.No.275/192/2016-IT(B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes
North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 2nd January, 2017

SUBJECT: INCOME-TAX DEDUCTION FROM SALARIES DURING THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2016-17 UNDER SECTION 192 OF THE INCOME-TAX ACT, 1961.

Reference is invited to Circular No.20/2015 dated 02.12.2015 whereby the rates of deduction of income-tax from the payment of income under the head "Salaries" under Section 192 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (hereinafter ‘the Act’), during the financial year 2015-16, were intimated. The present Circular contains the rates of deduction of income-tax from the payment of income chargeable under the head "Salaries" during the financial year 2016-17 and explains certain related provisions of the Act and Income-tax Rules, 1962 (hereinafter the Rules). The relevant Acts, Rules, Forms and Notifications are available at the website of the Income Tax Department- www.incometaxindia.gov.in.

2. RATES OF INCOME-TAX AS PER FINANCE ACT, 2016:
As per the Finance Act, 2016, income-tax is required to be deducted under Section 192 of the Act from income chargeable under the head "Salaries" for the financial year 2016-17 (i.e. Assessment Year 2017-18) at the following rates:

2.1 Rates of tax
A. Normal Rates of tax:




B. Rates of tax for every individual, resident in India, who is of the age of sixty years or more but less than eighty years at any time during the financial year:


C. In case of every individual being a resident in India, who is of the age of eighty years or more at any time during the financial year:



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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

NJCA meeting with cabinet secretary

NJCA
National Joint Council of Action
4, State Entry Road New Delhi – 110055
No.NJCA/2017
Dated: January 19, 2017
All the Constituents of
National Council(JCM)
Dear Comrades,
Sub: Brief of the meeting held today with the Cabinet Secretary
A meeting was held today with the Cabinet Secretary, Government of India, wherein myself as well as Com M.Raghavaiah were present.
We explained him about various Issues of the Central Government Employees pending at the government level The main issues were NPS, Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula, Allowances, Pension and Very Good Benchmark, etc. etc.
The Cabinet Secretary informed us that, Pension issues have already been referred to the Cabinet, and the report of the Committee on Allowances is likely to be submitted in the next month. So far as issue of NPS is concerned, he has already directed the committee to hold a meeting with the Staff Side, which has already been fixed for 20th January 2017, The issue of Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula is also being vigorously pursued by the government.
He said that, inordinate delay was because of the various problems, but the intention of the government is very clear that, they want to resolve the problems of the Central Government Employees.
He also advised us to have patience for some time and given us an assurance that he would try to get resolved pending issues of the Central Government Employees as early as possible.
Comradely yours,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Convener
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Saturday, January 21, 2017

MAJOR RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE GDS COMMITTEE


The Committee’s major recommendations are summarized below.

1.      The old system of payment of Time Related Continuity Allowance (TRCA) is dispensed with and replaced with a new wage payment system. Under the new wage payment system, 11 TRCA slabs are subsumed into 3 Wage Scales with two Levels each for BPMs and for other than BPMs One wage scale would be common for both the categories of GDSs.

New Wage Scales
1. 10,000               -           24,470 (Other than BPM Level 1)
2. 12,000               -           29,380 (Other than BPM Level 2 & BPM Level 1)
3. 14,500               -           35,480 (BPM Level 2)

2.      The minimum working hours of GDS Post offices and GDSs is increased to 4 hours from 3 hours.
3.      The new working hours for GDS Post Offices will be 4 hours and 5 hours only.
4.      The Level 1 GDS Post Offices/GDSs will have 4 hours as working hours and Level- 2 will have 5 hours as working hours.
5.      The Point System for assessment of workload of BPMs has been abolished.
6.      The new wage payment system is linked to revenue generation of GDS Post Offices. Under the new system, there will be no increase in wages of BPMs from Level – 1 to Level – 2 on the basis of workload but the same will be increased based on achievement of prescribed revenue norms which is fixed at 100% for normal areas and 50% for special areas which presently have 15% anticipated income norms.
7.      The GDS Post Offices not achieving the prescribed revenue norm within the given working hours will have to open GDS Post Offices for minimum of additional 30 minutes beyond the prescribed working hours.
8.      The GDSs BPMs will be paid Revenue Linked Allowance @10% beyond Level 2 wage scale if they will be successful in achieving revenue beyond prescribed norms.
9.      The GDS Post Offices has been categorized into A, B, C and D categories based on the revenue generation norms. The GDS Post Office in A category will achieve 100% revenue. The Committee has recommended a set of actions for each category of GDS Post Offices.
10.  The six approved categories of GDs are subsumed into two categories only. One category will be Branch Post Master and all other 5 categories of GDSs are subsumed into one Multi Tasking Category.
11.  The job profile of Multi Tasking GDS is expanded to include work such as Business Development and Marketing etc. Their jobs will no more be confined to their old designations. The Assistant BPM will assist BPMs for increasing revenue generation.
12.  The GDSs working in the GDS Post Offices will be known as Assistant Branch Post Master (ABPMs) and those working in the Departmental Post Offices will be known as Dak Sevak (DS).
13.  The minimum wage has been increased to Rs.10000/- per month and maximum to Rs.35,480/- per month.
14.  The rate of annual increase is recommended as 3%.
15.  A Composite Allowance comprising of support for hiring accommodation for GDS Post Offices as well as mandatory residence, office maintenance, mobile and electricity usage charges etc. has been introduced for the first time.
16.  Children Education Allowance @ Rs.6000/- per child per annum has been introduced for GDSs.
17.  Risk & Hardship Allowance@ Rs.500/- per month for GDSs working in the special areas has also been introduced.
18.  A Financial upgradation has been introduced at 12 years, 24 years and 36 years of services in form of two advance additional annual increases.
19.  The Celling of ex-gratia gratuity has been increased from Rs.60,000 to Rs.5,00,000/-.
20.  The GDS Contribution for Service Discharge Benefit Scheme (SDBS) should be enhanced maximum up to 10% and minimum up to 3% of the basic wage per month, whereas the Department should contribute a fixed contribution of 3% of the basic wage of the GDSs.
21.  The coverage of GDS Group Insurance Scheme has been enhanced from Rs.50,000/- to Rs.5,00,000/-.
22.  The contribution of Department in Circle Welfare Fund (CWF) has been increased from Rs.100/- per annum to Rs.300/- per annum.
23.  The scope of CWF is extended to cover immediate family members such as spouse; daughters, sons and dependent daughters in law in the scheme.
24.  The Committee also recommended 10% hike in the prescribed limits of financial grants and assistance in the Circle Welfare Fund.
25.  The Committee has recommended addition of Rs.10,000/- for purchase of Tablet/Mobile from the Circle Welfare Fund in the head “Financial Assistance from Fund by way of loans with lower rate of interest (5%)”.
26.  Provision of 26 weeks of Maternity Leave for women GDSs has been recommended.
27.  The wages for the entire period of Maternity Leave is recommended to be paid from salary head from where wages of GDSs are paid.
28.  The Committee has also recommended one week of Paternity Leave.
29.  The Committee has recommended 5 days of emergency leave per annum.
30.  Leave accumulation and encashment facility up to 180 days has been introduced.
31.  Online system of engagement has been recommended.
32.  The maximum age limit of 50 years for Direct Recruitment of GDSs has been abolished.
33.  Minimum one year of GDS service will now be required for GDSs for Direct Recruitment into Department cadres such as MTS/Postman/Mail Guard.
34.  Alternate livelihood condition for engagement of GDSs has been relaxed.
35.  Voluntary Discharge Scheme has been recommended.
36.  The Discharge age has been retained at 65 years.
37.  The Limited Transfer Facility has been relaxed from 1 time to 3 times for male GDSs. There will be no restriction on number of chances for transfer of women GDSs. The power for transfer has been delegated to the concerned Divisional head.
38.  The ex-gratia payment during put off period should be revised to 35% from 25% of the wage and DA drawn immediately before put off.
39.  The Committee has recommended preferring transfer before put off duty.
40.  The Compassionate Engagement of GDSs has been relaxed to give benefits to eligible dependents in all cases of death of GDS while in service.
 
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Friday, January 13, 2017

CGHS rates revised


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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Indefinite hunger fast by NFPE at Dak Bhavan from 18-01-2017

National Federation of Postal Employees
1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110 001
Phone: 011.23092771                                         e-mail: nfpehq@gmail.com
       Mob: 9868819295/9810853981                    website: http://www.nfpe.blogspot.com


No. PF-15/2017                                                                                  Dated; 10th January, 2017

To,
            Shri B. V. Sudhakar
            Secretary,
            Department of Posts
            Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001

Sub: -  Unjustified delay in publishing the GDS Committee Report - Serving notice for commencement of indefinite hunger fast in front of Dak Bhawan from 18.01.2017 – regarding.
Sir,

            We regret to note that inspite of the categorical assurance given by Secretary, Department of Posts to this Federation, the Report of the GDS Committee headed by Shri Kamalesh Chandra, Retired Postal Board Member, Submitted on 24.11.2017 is not yet published by the Department. We suspect some foul play behind this unjustified delay.

            Earlier GDS Committee reports were published on the same day of submission to Department. Even the 7thPay Commission Report was published in the Government of India website, within seconds after its submission to union Finance Minister. GDS Committee report is not a secret or confidential report. We are at a loss to understand why the department is not publishing it, even after a lapse of one and a half months after the date of submission. It seems that the Department is not ready to respect the sentiments of about three lakhs GraminDakSevaks who are the real backbone of the Postal Department. We also suspect that there is a calculated move on the part of the Postal Board to belittle the credibility of the Union/Federation leadership among the employees. We cannot allow such a situation to continue anymore. The whole hearted cooperation and commitment extended by the Postal employees and this Federation for improving the productivity and efficiency of the Postal Services cannot be misunderstood. We are forced to reconsider our stand and to come out openly against this indifferent and negative attitude of the Postal Board.

            We hereby give notice to you that as a mark of our strong protest against the unjustified and inordinate delay in publishing the GDS Committee Report, the Secretary General NFPE and the General Secretaries office bearers of affiliated Unions/Associations shall commence INDEFINITE HUNGER FAST in front of Dak Bhawan from 18thJanuary 2017. We further like to make it clear that if the department fail to publish the report forthwith, we will be compelled to resort to higher form of Trade Union action including stoppage of work without any further notice.

            We hope that good sense will prevail upon the Postal Board and immediate necessary action will be taken, before the situation goes from bad to worse.

            With regards
Yours faithfully,

(R. N. Parashar)

Secretary General

EXTRACTS FROM nfpe.blogspot.in

Monday, January 9, 2017

Orders of change of Holiday


FLASH NEWS

The Chf.Postmaster General, AP Circle has approved the change of Holiday from Sri Ramanavanmi (05-04-2017) to Sankranthi (14-01-2017)
Orders copy will be posted shortly.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Monday, January 2, 2017

POSB Debit Card connected to NPCI



            National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) is an umbrella organization for all retail payments system in India. It was set up with the guidance and support of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Indian Banks’ Association (IBA).

            During the last five years, the organization has grown multi-fold from 2 million transactions a day to 20 million transactions now. From a single service of switching of inter-bank ATM transactions, the range of services has grown to Cheque Clearing, Immediate Payments Service (24x7x365), Automated Clearing House, Electronic Benefit Transfer and a domestic card payment network named RuPay to provide an alternative to international card schemes. As on end-October 2015 over 220 Million Indians own RuPay cards. 

31.12.2016 onward POSB Debit Card Holder can withdraw money from any Bank ATM and the same, Any Bank Debit Card Holder can also use India Post ATM. It is major step taken by Government to utilize DOP ATM now a days of Demonetization. The India Post has 1000 working ATM across the country and it can play a big role to reduce burden on Bank ATM.

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DOPT issued a wonderfull order regarding Govt. servants covered by New Pension Scheme

According to this order Govt. Servants who appointed on or after 01/01/2004 will cover New Pension Scheme can get Provisional Pension according to Old Pension Scheme where Govt.Servant Died/Retired on medical invalidation.For details Please click this link to down load the order

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