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........ CITIZENS DUTY & SLOGAN ::: It shall be the duty of every Citizen of India to defend the Country and render National service when called upon to do so ... SLOGAN ::: "That loyalty to the Country becomes ahead of all other loyalties. And this is an absolute loyalty since one can not weight it in terms of what one receives" (Lal Bahadur Shastri) ..... face book page link for 4th AIC of AIPEU GDS ... ......... .......

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......... .............. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SELECTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POSTS OF GDS ..................... 4th All India Conference of AIPEU GDS - 8th & 9th October 2022 -- Kasaragod - Kerala ......


... ... Dear Comrade newly elected Divisional / Branch Secretaries of AIPEU-GDS -- PLEASE SEND YOUR POSTAL ADDRESS WITH PIN CODE, MOBILE NUMBER, E-MAIL ID THROUGH SMS TO .. 6294343737 / 9748659815.. OR BY E-MAIL TO >< IMMEDIATELY................... CRUSADER TO GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS (2nd Edition -2016) is ready and can place indent to AIPEU GrC (CHQ), NEW DELHI-8....... One copy Rs.225/- (560 pages) ..... Send e-MO for Rs.250/- to receive one copy of the Book by Regd. Book Paket..........

Thursday, December 30, 2021

Release of Special Cover on the occasion of CENTENARY YEAR OF COM.BABU TARAPADA MUKHERJI'S HISTORIC LAHORE SPEECH dtd.09-10-1921 ...

Releasing Special Cover on the occasion of Centenary year of  Sti Babu Tarapada Mukherji’s Historic Lahore Speech 9th Oct 1921. 
Released by Hon’ble Chief PMG Sri Rajender Kumar Garu, Sri PVS Reddy Garu PMG HR, Sri Santhosh Netha Garu SSPOs Sec'bad Dn & along with TS C/S Com.Sravan Garu, AP C/S Com.Sridhar Babu Garu and  other dignitaries attended at Secuderabad HO on 29-12-2021.

DoP :: Preventive measures to contain spread of COVID-19 ...... (30-12-2021)



DoP :: BNPL Bill rupees in fraction ... (14-12-2021)


Examination of the proposal for engaging private security guards in place of MTS/ GDS staff for security of Head Post Offices in night ... (10-11-2021)



DoP :: Resumption of the booking of International Air Parcel & Air Letter Mail for USA ... (29-12-2021)


Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Periodical Establishment Review of Post Offices - guidelines in view of COVID-19 pandemic .. (review after 01-07-2022) (28-12-2021)


RPLI / PLI Training --- (ppt file)


CLICK HERE  (56 Slides) 





GDS :: Measures regarding COVID-19 pandemic requirement -- Financial Assistance to GDS



PLI / RPLI :: Payment of incentive for PLI / RPLI business procured in the month of November 2021 ....


Transfer of work relating to Small Savings Schemes ...


Min. Home Affairs (MHA) :: Guidelines for measures of containment of COVID-19 .. (27-12-21)



Thursday, December 23, 2021



Can we change guardian for SSA account?

Yes. In the event of Death of the guardian the succeeding guardian shall be eligible to operate the account of the minor.

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Tuesday, December 21, 2021

NATIONAL SAVINGS SCHEMES :: Do and Don't for Investors while Investing through Agent ....

  • An account for any of the National Small Savings Schemes can be opened and money can be deposited by himself/herself by visiting the Post Office/Bank Branch in person.
  • Facility of making online deposit is also available for certain schemes in Banks such as E-Kisan Vikas Patra, Public Provident Fund and Sukanya Samridhi Account.
  • In case one decides to avail the services of Authorised Agents, the following is the advice:
    • Establish identity of Authorised Agents by checking his Certificate of Authority and date of validity of the agency
    • Fill in the application form yourself. However, help/guidance of the agent may be availed
    • Always insist for Authorised Receipt duly completed by the agent while handing over money/instruments and documents to the agent for opening an account or making deposit. These receipt books are supplied by Government to the agents (Authorised Agents Receipt Books and ASLAAS – 5 cards for MPBKY agents)
    • Preserve counterfoils of the ASLAAS 5 cards till maturity of the account
    • If an agent declines or avoids issue of receipt book/ASLAAS card, do not entertain him/her and report the matter to the Postal/District Authorities.
    • Ensure receipt of passbook from the agent within 10 days from the date of investment. In case of non-receipt of passbook from the agent within 10 days from the date of Investment, lodge a complaint with either Appointing Authority; Regional Director, National Savings Institute; Concerned Post Master.
    • Invariably verify the correctness of the amount, date, stamp, signature etc. mentioned in the Passbook from the concerned Post Office from time to time
    • Do not hand over the cash to any unauthorised person or issue a cheque in favour of an agent
    • For investment over and above 10,000; issue only an account payee cheque drawn in favour of concerned Post Master
    • Do not fill/sign the withdrawal form before maturity


Source: NSI

National Savings Schemes - All Schemes At a glance


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Monday, December 20, 2021

dOp :: 75 lakh Post Card campaign under AZADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV ... (17-12-21)


RMS :: Proposal for conducting work study for evaluation of time factor & norms for RMS offices ... DoP (15-12-21)


19,535 villages declared as “Sampoorna Sukanya Gram” under Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana campaign ... PIB

19,535 villages declared as “Sampoorna Sukanya Gram” under Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana campaign                                 Posted On: 20 DEC 2021 5:56PM by PIB Delhi

The Government has taken many effective steps taken for successful implementation of 'Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana' to ensure maximum benefits to girls. This was stated by Union Minister of State for Finance Shri Pankaj Chaudhary in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

The Minister further stated that the Sukanya Samriddhi Account (SSA) Scheme is being given due audio, video electronic and print media publicity. Campaigns to open accounts are also launched from time to time for information of the public by Department  of Posts (DoP), the Minster added.

Giving more details, the Minister stated that the campaign run by DoP is given below:

Sr. No.

Details of Campaign



Balika Shakti Campaign

09.12.2019 to 18.01.2020


Mahila Divas Campaign

24.02.2020 to 07.03.2020


National Girl Child Day Campaign

January, 2021


Sampoorna Sukanya Gram Campaign - To ensure the reach of SSA till last mile, a "Sampoorna Sukanya Gram Campaign" was launched during June 2019. In this campaign atleast 5 villages to be enmarking Sampoorna Sukanya Village (Gram). It covers opening of Sukanya Samriddhi Account for all eligible girl child in that village. Till 31.03.2021, a total of 19,535 villages declared as "Sampoorna Sukanya Gram".


(Release ID: 1783538) 

Monday, December 13, 2021


National Convention on 12-01-2022 in Delhi


The National Convention on Strike on 23-24 February 2022, which was scheduled on 11th January 2022 has now been deferred to 12th January 2022.

 This will be held jointly by Confederation / NFPE.

Comrades are requested to book their tickets to attend the Convention at New Delhi on 12 January 2022.

Com K Hemlata, President, CITU will inaugurate the Convention. 

Other leaders of Central trade unions will also address

  Secretary General
Confederation / NFPE


Regarding various suggestions being received from the Circles in respect of amendments in National (small) Savings Schemes rules ..........


AIPEU POSTMEN AND MTS :: 28th All India Conference - Udupi (Karnataka Circle) - 11th to 13th December 2021 --- photos


Wednesday, December 8, 2021



Framing of Department of Posts (Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant) Recruitment Rules, 2021.......

 (ii) Upper age limit for Gramin Dak Sevaks* shall be forty years as on 01st day of January of the year to which the vacancy(ies) belong to or as per guidelines issued by the Government of India from time to time  (Relaxable for those belonging to Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe up to five years and for those belonging to other Backward Castes up to three years).

*Gramin Dak Sevaks are holders of Civil posts but they are outside the regular Civil Service due to which their appointment shall be treated as direct recruitment.



23-24 FEBRUARY, 2022

 held on 11TH November 2021, Jantar Mantar, New Delhi

6th December, 2021, New Delhi:

The Joint Platform of Central Trade Unions and Independent sectoral All India Federations and Associations met in Delhi on 3rd December, 2021 and finalized the dates for the Countrywide 2-days’ General Strike, on 23-24 February 2022 during the budget session of the Parliament as announced by the National Convention of Workers held on 11th November 2021 at New Delhi, against the anti-people, anti-worker and anti-national destructive policies of the BJP Govt. at the centre.

The main slogan of the strike will be SAVE THE PEOPLE AND SAVE THE NATION.

It was decided to hold joint preparatory public meetings in co-ordination with the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) leadership, especially in the states that are to go to polls in the beginning of 2022, to strengthen the call of “Mission UP”, “Mission Uttarakhand” given by the SKM. The Joint Platform of Trade Unions & Federations reiterated its continued proactive support to the programmes and struggles decided by SKM, following repeal of the Farm Laws.

The State Units of the Joint Platform of Central Trade Unions and Independent Sectoral Federations will carry out intensive campaign jointly through various forms – such as state conventions, human chains, torchlight processions, signature campaigns, sectoral and area-based joint campaign and agitation etc- to expose the consequences of the anti-worker, anti-farmer, anti–people, pro-corporate and anti-national destructive policies by the Govt. of India which have brought the lives and livelihood of the entire people and also the country’s economy to the brink of disaster. Already many struggles and agitations are going on in many sectors on the same issues at the initiative of the constituents of Joint Platform. The Joint Platform also welcomes and supports the decision of two days countrywide strike in Banks on 16-17 December 2021 as decided by United Forum of Bank Unions and also the strike decision by Electricity Employees’ joint forum on 1st February 2022-all against privatization move and retrograde legislative move in that direction.   Our United Struggle is not only to save the rights and lives/livelihood of people but also save the country’s economy and the entire democratic system and the society as a whole from disaster and destruction being engineered by the authoritarian forces in governance with the active support of private corporate, both domestic and foreign and decisively defeat the disastrous policy regime and their political operators in governance.  

The farmers' movement has snatched a historic victory by forcing the arrogant Modi govt. to repeal the 3 farm laws. Now the cross sections of the Working People must heighten their united intervention further to demand a halt to this process of assault on lives and livelihood, employment, alarming intensity of impoverishment and hunger, assault on democracy and also unity of the people and thereby save our dear nation from disaster.

We have to demand from all political parties of the nation to incorporate “protection of right to work, living wage, free quality health-care and education-facility to all citizens and all legitimate constitutional rights” as a firm commitment in their political manifestos for the coming assembly elections in 2022 and for the elections scheduled for 2024 and take oath publicly to fulfill their assurances and to support the demands of workers, farmers and all people of the country if they come to power.

The recent repeal of 3 Farm Laws and marginal reduction in central taxes on petrol/diesel in the face of determined long-drawn united struggles by the farmers along with countrywide solidarity actions by the working people and people at large demonstrating rising popular anger and unrest, is also a reflection cum reaction under compulsion of the debacle faced by the ruling party in the centre in the recent by-elections. And therefore, intensification of the united struggle in continuity determined to combat and defeat the anti-people policies and the regime is the way before us. Let that determination be demonstrated in the forthcoming countrywide two days’ general strike.

We have to heighten our united struggle resolutely pressing for our demands, particularly for

  1. Scrapping the Labour Codes; Scrapping of EDSA (Essential Defence Services Act)
  2. Accept 6-point charter of demands, post repeal of Farm Laws, of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha,
  3. No to Privatisation in any form and scrap the NMP;
  4. Food and Income Support of Rs 7500 per month to non-income tax paying households;
  5. Increased allocation for MNREGA and extension of Employment guarantee Scheme to urban areas;
  6. Universal social security for all informal sector workers;
  7. Statutory Minimum wage and social security for Anganwadi, ASHA, Mid-day-meal and other Scheme workers;
  8. Proper protection and insurance facilities for frontline workers serving the people in the midst of pandemic;
  9. Increase in public investment in agriculture, education, health and other crucial public utilities by taxing the rich through wealth tax etc in order to revive and revamp the national economy;
  10.  Substantial reduction in Central Excise duty on petroleum product and concrete remedial measure to arrest price rise. 
  11. Regularisation of contract workers,  scheme workers and equal pay for equal work for all
  12. Cancellation of NPS and restoration of old pension; substantial increase in minimum pension under Employees’ Pension Scheme

Along with other demands already formulated and being pressed for and pursued by the Joint Platform of CTUs and Federations/Associations.


Forward to the 2-days countrywide General Strikes on 23-24 February 2022

 during the Budget Session of Parliament