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.........MASSIVE PARLIAMENT MARCH BY 20,000 POSTAL EMPLOYEES ON 04-12-2014 IN DELHI ..... POSTAL JCA (NFPE & FNPO) WITH AIPEU GDS (NFPE) & NUGDS IS ORGANIZING THIS STRUGGLE PROGRAMME ....DEMANDING INCLUSION OF GDS IN THE AMBIT OF 7th CPC AND DEPARTMENTALIZATION OF BOs & REGULARIZATION OF GDS .......... MAKE IT A GRAND SUCCESS WITH LARGER PARTICIPATION.....

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......... NFPE & GDS (NFPE) filed a case in Supreme Court [WP (C) 1003 of 2013] praying : Implementation of 1977 judgement and declare GDS are civil servants & scrap the GDS (Conduct & Engagement) Rules 2011 as they are invalid and unconstitutional .... Supreme Court directed the case to Delhi High Court [WP (C) 168 of 2014].... first hearing was on 13-01-2014 and pleased to serve notice to Govt. & Department .... next hearing on 07-05-2014 ......Dept. given 6 weeks time & next hearing on 19-09-2014 ... Govt. filed counter affidavit .... next hearing is listed for 4th February 2015.......

Sunday, November 23, 2014

NFPE - DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS - DWARAKA

23-11-2014 : Day -1

Morning session:

CWC meeting of all affiliated unions of NFPE in Dwaraka , Gowarida Dham, Rukmini Nagar...

Post Lunch session :

Flag hoistation :

National flag : Com.M.Krishnan, Secretary General, Confederation of CG Employees

NFPE flag : Com. Giriraj Singh, President, NFPE

Welcome Address : Com.R.D.Purohit, General Secretary, Reception Committee

Chair : Com.Giriraj singh

Invitiees :

Com.M.Krishnan, Secretary, Confederation of Central Govt. Employees
Com.Shiv Gopal Mishra, Secretary, JCM - National Council (Staff-side)
Com.Sukomal Sen, Sr.Vice President, CITU
Shri Hiran Pandya, Vice President, BMS
Sri Nilesh, Authorised Representative of MLA
Com.R.N.Parashar, Secretary General, NFPE
Com.K.Raghavendran, General Secretary, AIPRPA
Com.N.Subramanyan, General Secretary, AIPEU Gr.C
Com.R.Sitalakshmi, General Secretary, AIPEU PM& MTS
Com.P.Suresh, General Secretary, R-4
Com.T.Satyanarayana, General Secretary, AIP AEA
Com.Pranab Bhattacharya, General Secretary, AIP AOEU
Com.Virendra Tiwary, General Secretary, AIP SBCOEA
Com.P.Pandurangarao, General Secretary, AIPEU GDS (NFPE)
Com.P.Mohan, General Secretary, AIPCPCCWF
Com.K.Manoharan, Vice President, NFPE
Com.S.Raghupathy, Secretary, NFPE



















Friday, November 21, 2014

DWARAKA - NFPE DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS - RECEPTION COMMITTEE ARRANGEMENTS










India Post working on model to connect artisan with e-commerce - NEWS

New Delhi: India Post has been asked to develop a framework to facilitate local artisans sell their products online, Telecom and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said here on Friday. India Post, which has world's largest postal network of 1.55 lakh post offices, has seen multifold rise in business since the time it entered in partnership with e-commerce companies.
"I have asked India Post to develop framework where India artisan like in Kashi, handloom of Meerut, artisans at Tirupur can leverage postal environment to become big brand in e-commerce," Prasad said at an event organised by Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad on public policy making.

The minister had on Wednesday met Department of Posts officials, where they shared India Post's plans to tap opportunities in the e-commerce sector.
   
As per industry estimates shared by India Posts, e-commerce business in India was about USD 6 billion in value in 2012 and is expected to reach USD 76 billion by 2021.
   
The distribution, delivery or logistics is projected to constitute about 12 per cent of the total e-commerce market, accounting for about USD 9 billion by 2021.

Prasad said government policy needs to balance growth and equity and be participative in nature. "We need to come up with framework which is not unilateral and is participative."
   
The minister shared example of Jan Dhan Yojana which has resulted in opening of about 70 million new bank accounts within couple of months and getting public idea through 'mygov.in' website.

"There was no requirement to deposit single penny in bank account opened under Jan Dhan Yojana but people deposited about Rs 6,000 crore in total," Prasad said.

He said that policy should not be directed top-down but it should emanate from bottom and go up.

He sought suggestions from IIM and other academic institutes in formulating policy that can be inclusive of people and bring growth along with equity.

IIM-A Chairperson for marketing Dhreeraj Sharma said that the institute is discussing various management strategies and systemic interventions which can help government deliver their plans and policies in the most expeditious and effective manner.

"We hope that discussions and interactions during the course of this conference will result in the creation of the sentiment with reference to development and implementation of public policy," Sharma said.

India News Desk


Wednesday, November 19, 2014

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Souvenir - Diamond Jubilee Celebrations - Dwaraka - Gujrat -- 23rd & 24th November 214








Govt plans to use India Post's postmen to educate people on schemes and policy - NEWS

New Delhi: The government is planning to use India Post's 1.55 lakh-strong branch network to reach out to citizens in far flung and backward areas and educate them about the various policies, schemes and incentives.

The ministry of information and broadcasting runs various awareness programmes for the citizens leveraging the Internet and the social media.

However, these initiatives are still out of the reach of many who live in backward and far flung areas there is no connectivity, sources said.

"This category of population is sizable and within the reach of post offices. I&B ministry can design programmes region-wise, which can then be used by the postman to go to these areas and educate the people," a source said.

The idea is to utilise the huge network of India Posts' post offices across the country, especially to reach out to people in areas not connected with the Internet, and educate them about the government's policies, schemes and incentives, the sources added.

With the world's largest postal network, India Post has about 1.55 lakh post offices spread across the country. On an average, a post office serves an area of 21.21 sq km and a population of 7,175 people.

Besides, postman can also be used for directly collecting feedback from the people in rural areas on various policies and schemes, sources added.

"Also digital boards and panels can be set up at the post offices across these areas to educate people on not just schemes and policies, but also on issues related to health and education," they said.

The Task Force set up by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is already holding consultations in this regard with the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

Modi has set up the Task Force to leverage the postal network in India to enhance the role of India Posts in financial inclusion, among other services and it is expected to submit its report by year-end.

The Task Force includes the Department of Posts Secretary Kavery Banerjee, Telecom Secretary Rakesh Garg, Department of Electronics and IT Secretary R S Sharma, Rural Development Secretary L C Goyal and former SEBI Chairman G N Bajpai.

Former Cabinet Secretary TSR Subramanian is the Chairman of the Task Force.

PTI