The Interest rates for Deposits is again lowered by 0.1% from 1st July 17

ஜூலை முதல் வட்டி விகிதம் மீண்டும் 0.1% குறைப்பு

Saturday, 10 December 2016

Protest Week from 12th Dec 16 - 19th Dec 16.

7th CPC has submitted its report on 19thNovember 2016 
Now 12 months have lapsed, but there is 
No sign to changes in the Minimum Wage 
No sign to changes in the Multiplying Factor at present.
No sign to grant HRA, TPA & other allowances.
No clear information about NPS committee.
No MACP without a "Very good" benchmark to all.
Not implementing option-1 recommended by the 7th CPC & accepted by the cabinet. 
Every central government employees feels it is unjust.
No one can remain silent seeing this.
Therefore FNPO & its affiliates organising Protest week from 12/12/2016 to 19/12/2016.
Appeal to all Divisional/Branch & Circle Secretaries
To Organise & mobilise protest week in every Division 
Model letter of Governor, 
Copy of the letter to be submit Prime Minister and
Reasons for protest week with programmes.
Click Here to see the details.
Protest week programme should be completed before.

*12/12/2016 or 13/12/2016at the Division level.
*15/12/2016 or 16/12/2016 at circle level.

Friday, 9 December 2016

Change of Closed Holiday for Milad Un Nabi.

The Closed Holiday for Milad-Un-Nabi was changed from 12.12.2016 (Monday) to 13.12.2016 (Tuesday) for all Central Government offices in Tamilnadu.

Revision of NPS employees to Old Pension Scheme- MOF Reply.

1506 Shri Neeraj Shekhar
Will the Minister of FINANCE be pleased to state :-

(a) whether Central Administrative Tribunal, Ernakulam bench has ordered the Central Government to revert the employees who had joined after 1st January, 2004 under NPS to Old Pension Scheme and has observed that date of vacancy should be the basis for inclusion under NPS or Old Pension Scheme instead of date of joining, if so, details thereof;
(b) whether Government has reverted them to Old Pension Scheme, if so, details thereof, if not, reasons therefor; and
(c) whether Government would issue notification for all Central/State Governments and Autonomous Organizations employees in this regard, as per the above orders, if not reasons therefor?
The Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance
(a) The Hon’ble Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) in its judgment has declared that the applicants of Original Application No. 20/2015 are deemed to have been appointed from the date of vacancy arose and they shall be included in the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972.
(b) No Sir. It has been decided to file a petition before the Hon’ble High Court of Kerala against the orders of Hon’ble CAT in Original Application No. 20/2015.
(c) No Sir, as it has been decided to file a petition before the Hon’ble High Court of Kerala against the orders of Hon’ble CAT in Original Application No. 20/2015.

Resolving of old pension cases

Ministries/Departments of the Government sanction pension/family pension as per Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972 and send pension papers through Pay and Accounts Office and Central Pension Accounting Office to the pension disbursing agency, which is generally a public sector bank. This department monitors grievances of retiring employees/pensioners through Centralised Pension Grievance Redress and Monitoring System (CPENGRAMS). The department rigorously monitors the grievances registered under CPENGRAMS. Various reports are generated and examined on the cases of delay/ pendency/non-payment. There is no grievance case, including that of lonely women, pending for over 10 years. There is no proposal under consideration for opening of Fast Track Unit of pension to resolve old and pending cases.
This was stated by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Ministers Office Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri Anubhav Mohanty in the Rajya Sabha today.

Thursday, 8 December 2016

Not just Banks,Post-office too short of cash.

Not just banks, post offices too short of cash
NEW DELHI: It’s not just banks that are feeling the heat of cash crunch postdemonetisation, post offices across the country too are running thin on cash, with just 30-35% of what they need.
As per latest estimates shared by the postal department with the finance ministry, about Rs 700 crore cash is required at the post offices across the country. But no more than Rs 300-350 crore is available with them, with the availability dipping to just 30% of the requirement on some days, highly placed officials in the know told ET.
Things have been particularly difficult across post offices through last week with pay day pressure and dipping cash reserves, prompting the department to inform the Centre that the people’s requirements are not being fulfilled with the current cash situation.
The Centre’s instructions to all circles under the postal department are, however, crystal clear: 40% of the cash available to post offices must be sent only to the units located in rural areas.
The postal department is learnt to have conveyed the instructions to all its divisions. At a meeting held by the Finance Ministry earlier this week, the postal department is learnt to have informed that deposits continue to far exceed currency withdrawals.
As per the latest assessment shared with the Finance Ministry, and accessed by ET, currency worth Rs 3,680.99 crore was exchanged from November 10 to November 24 at post offices
The total value of the deposits at post offices increased from Rs 2,639.18 crore on November 10 to Rs 37,788 crore as on December 5, 2016. As on December 5, currency withdrawal from post offices was Rs 6,586.92 crore only.

Post offices savings bank in India is one of the oldest and largest banking systems in the country, offering financial services as an agency of the Finance Ministry. They accept deposits under a number of small savings schemes and are key to various wage disbursements and old age pension payments.

All the 1,30,000 post offices in rural areas have been in focus under the government’s renewed efforts to reach cash to areas where the ATM coverage is low. The 25,000 post offices in urban and semi-urban areas are being serviced as well but the Modi government’s focus is clear — reach cash to the last mile, sources in the know said.
The Centre is directly reviewing the cash flowsituation from New Delhi. Control rooms have been set up in all 23 postal department circles, divisional and sub-divisional levels. Dak Bhavan in Delhi is also in constant touch with the banks even as hourly reports are being generated on the cash situation.
 Times of India News App.

No OTP will be required for the payment under Rs 2000

From now, no OTP will be required for payments under Rs 2,000
The RBI had earlier relaxed the second factor authentication requirement for transactions in shops using near field communication or contactless cards.
In a move that will make it easier for cab aggregators like Uber and Ola and other online merchants to accept cards, the RBIhas relaxed two-factor authentication for online payments below Rs 2,000.
The RBI's insistence on a second factor authentication (in the form of a one-time password, or OTP) had prompted cab aggregators to tie up with digital wallets like Paytm. While customers can even now pay by card, they need to wait for a text message containing the OTP before concluding the transaction.In future, if they register with the merchant, they can complete the payment by entering a password authenticated by the card network.
The RBI had earlier relaxed the second factor authentication requirement for transactions in shops using near field communication (NFC) or contactless cards. According to Vijay Jasuja, MD & CEO, SBI Cards, there had been a representation from the industry to relax the two-factor authentication norms for low-value transactions.
Amit Jain, president, Uber India, said, "This waiver is a big leap in the right direction to bring ease and convenience to the use of cards over cash and will strengthen the foundation for a leading digital economy."
In its circular issued on Tuesday, the RBI said that it has been receiving requests from certain segments of the industry for reviewing the requirement of additional factor authentication for low-value online card-not-present (CNP) transactions. The RBI said that it was not happy with merchant-specific solutions as an alternative. But a solution by card networks (Visa ,MasterCard, RuPay) is expected to meet the objective of customer convenience with sufficient security for low-value transactions.
The network-provided solutions include Visa Checkout and Mastercard's Masterpass. Customers opting for this facility will go through a one-time registrationprocess, requiring entry of card details and additional factor authentication by the issuing bank. In this model, the card details already registered would be the first factor while the network-provided password would be the additional factor of authentication.
"This is a very elegant solution as it will prevent dropout of transactions without diluting the security of the payment architecture," said TR Ramachandran, country head, Visa.

CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 - Clarification regarding effect of warning, censure etc on promotion.

F. No. 11012/12/2016-Estt.A-III
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
Establishment A-III Desk
North Block, New Delhi,
Dated: 6th December, 2016
Subject: CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 — Clarification regarding effect of warning, censure etc on promotion.
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. No. 11012/6/2008- Estt.(A) dated 7th July, 2008 on the above mentioned subject and to say that vide para 2(iii) of the said OM, it was instructed that where a departmental proceeding has been instituted, and it is considered that a Government servant deserves to be penalized for the offence/misconduct, one of the prescribed penalties may only be awarded and no warning, recordable or otherwise, should be issued to the Government servant. However, while considering cases for empanelment, the ACC has observed that in many cases, rather than exonerating the officer or imposing a penalty on him, administrative warning is issued even when disciplinary proceeding were drawn against him. Administrative warning is not recognized as a penalty.
2. In view of the above, the following position as contained in various instructions issued so far on warning/Censure etc. are reiterated for strict compliance:-
(i) As clarified in the Ministry of Home Affairs O.M. No. 39/21/56-Estt.(A) dated 13th December, 1956, warning is administrated by any authority superior to a Government employee in the event of minor lapses like negligence, carelessness, lack of thoroughness, delay etc. It is an administrative device in the hands of superior authorities for cautioning the Government employees with a view to toning up efficiency and maintaining discipline. There is, therefore, no objection to the continuance of this system. However, where a copy of the warning is also kept in the Confidential Report dossier, it will be taken to constitute an adverse entry and the officer so warned will have the right to represent against the same in accordance with the existing instructions relating to communication of adverse remarks and consideration of representations against them.
(ii) Where a departmental proceeding has been instituted under the provisions of CCS(CC&A) Rules 1965, after the conclusion of disciplinary proceedings, the officer is either exonerated or where it is considered that some blame attaches to the officer, he should be awarded one of the recognized statutory penalties as given in Rule 11 of the CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 i.e. at least ‘Censure’ should be imposed. In such a situation, a warning, recordable or otherwise, should not be issued.
(iii) Warning, letter of caution, reprimands or advisories administered to Government servants do not amount to a penalty and, therefore, will not constitute a bar for consideration of such Government servants for promotion.
3. All the disciplinary authorities in Ministries/Departments are, therefore, requested to keep in view the above guidelines while dealing with disciplinary case against the Government servants.
4. Hindi version will follow.
(Mukesh Chaturvedi)
Director (E)

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Protest week from 12th Dec 2016

 Appeal to all Divisional/ Circle Secretaries.Model letter of Governor, Copy of the letter to be submit Prime Minister & Reasons for protest week with programmes.

Click the above link to see the details

The end of life of an extraordinary political Leader

ஒரு சகாப்தம் இங்கே சரித்திரமானது 

With Jayalalithaa’s Death, Politics in Tamil Nadu is Set to Turn Fluid, Unpredictable

The death of J. Jayalalithaa on Monday brings to an end the life of an extraordinary Indian politician – a single woman who gave up acting in movies to make the treacherous world of politics her own, establishing her leadership in a society where sexism is woven deep into the cultural fabric. But her demise also brings the curtain down on an entire political era in Tamil Nadu, the state she ruled firmly but not always fairly for 15 years over three decades. The certitudes which have governed Tamil politics are unlikely to survive her exit from the stage – an outcome that is at once testimony to the strength of her individual hold over the electorate but also to the essential weakness of her political legacy.
 As chief minister, she ran an administration that produced some of India’s best social and economic outcomes despite the populism and caprice that were the hallmarks of her rule. She embodied not just unrestrained executive authority but a following among the party faithful and broad masses of the state that was almost devotional. Over the years, she perfected an idiom of governance that centred around leveraging state-funded populism (Amma canteens, Amma water, Amma pharmacies) to fuel a cult of personality that had few parallels anywhere in India – until the rise of Narendra Modi as BJP leader and eventually prime minister of India. In her party, she was the only person whose voice mattered ultimately. But as her own stature and clout grew, that of others in the party – not to speak of the party itself as an institution – shrunk in proportion. That is why her death places a big question mark over the long-term survival of her party. The smooth confirmation of O. Panneerselvam as chief minister only tells us that the AIADMK’s MLAs – and Jayalalithaa’s confidante Sasikala Natrajan – do not want to create a situation where infighting leads to fresh elections less than a year after the party romped back to power. Panneerselvam has done the job before, as Jayalalithaa’s personal nominee. As a Thevar, he has the right caste affiliations too, an issue that has been central to AIADMK’s electoral strategy in recent years. But as 2021, or possibly 2019 (when the next general election is held) draws closer, it is hard to see the AIADMK cohering as a formidable electoral force under him or Sasikala or any other party leader.
 In the Dravidian-centric politics of the state, Jayalalithaa, supreme leader of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, was one pole around which power revolved, the other being the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam of her arch-rival, M. Karunanidhi. In a twist of fate, the DMK patriarch, now 92, is also ailing. But unlike the AIADMK, there is in place a succession plan of sorts whose strength, paradoxically, lies in the the fact that it is essentially dynastic.
 There are, in India, broadly speaking, three types of political parties. The first are those which are cadre-based and ideologically-driven, such as the Bharatiya Janata Party on the right and the Communist parties, the Aam Aadmi Party and possibly the Janata Dal (United) of Nitish Kumar on the left and centre. The second are dynastic parties – that may have had their origin in an ideology or world view, such as the Congress, the Shiv Sena, the DMK, the Akali Dal or the Samajwadi Party but which are today essentially closely-held family properties. The third type are the single leader-driven parties, structured solely around the charisma or cult of personality of the supremo, such as Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress and Jayalalithaa’s AIADMK.
 Political succession rarely poses existential problems for parties of the first type. The fate of the dynastic parties, on the other hand, depends to a large extent on the number of dynasts and the individual capabilities of the sons or daughters, nephews or nieces, chosen to inherit the political property. But it is in parties of the third type that succession poses the greatest crisis for there is neither the convenience of blood nor a political mechanism to choose a successor, and even if there were, there is certainly no leader who can aspire to play the larger-than-life individual role that the electorate has come to expect of the party.
 The irony is that Jayalalithaa managed to overcome this problem when her own political mentor, AIADMK founder M.G. Ramachandran died in December 1987. At the time, it was far from certain that the mantle of leadership would be hers. Indeed, the dynastic-patriarchal tradition in Indian politics thrust power into the hands of MGR’s widow, Janaki, if only for 24 days. But the party knew its future would be more secure under the charismatic Jayalalithaa and rebelled against its new leader. President’s rule was imposed and the DMK came to power when elections were held. But in the run-up to the 1991 polls, the Janaki faction of the AIADMK meekly returned to the ‘mother’ party. Jayalalithaa won comfortably, becoming chief minister of Tamil Nadu. She was only 43. This is also when she consciously styled herself as ‘amma’, or mother. Kalyanraman explains the significance:
“During a students’ agitation against a hike in the fares of state-owned buses, Jayalalithaa pleaded with students not to disrupt their studies. Barely in her forties, she adopted the role of a mother figure in doing this. Over time, Amma has become a political and marketing brand – a reminder to Tamil Nadu’s poor that ‘The Mother’ is watching.”
From then on, the die was cast and it was clear that the party, despite Jayalalithaa’s own liberal cultural moorings, would go further and further down the autocratic path. The unchecked authority she enjoyed proved disastrous for her and the decisions she took in her first tenure as chief minister – many of which were cited in allegations of corruption – would return to haunt her for the rest of her political career. Unlike the BJP and Congress, which take a more ‘mature’ attitude towards the crimes and misdemeanours of their ‘national’ rivals and seldom launch proper investigations and prosecutions when they come to power, politics in Tamil Nadu was a lot more personal. Thanks to the sharp personal rivalry between Karunanidhi and Jayalalithaa, actual cases got filed, actual investigations were conducted and an incriminating docket was prepared that even at the time of her death was the subject of litigation before the Supreme Court.
 The rivalry between the two titans of the state would sometimes get expressed in other, more destructive forms. When Karunanidhi built a grand edifice on Mount Road in order to shift the cramped state secretariat, Jayalalithaa promptly moth-balled the building when she returned as CM in 2011 – until a campaign by The Hindu led her to announce it would be converted into a hospital. A wonderful public library established by the erstwhile DMK government also came into her cross-hairs before she backed off in the face of public pressure. Garden-variety criticism of the kind opposition parties make would, in Tamil Nadu under Jayalalithaa, routinely be turned into a case of criminal defamation against the leader – and the media that reported the leader’s remarks.  As editor of The Hindu during her third – and least capricious term as CM – I had two criminal defamation cases slapped against me for merely reporting what DMK leaders had said in a press conference. While the disproportionate assets matter against Jayalalithaa in the Supreme Court will now no doubt be abandoned, those defamation cases will likely linger on even after her death.
 If the AIADMK gradually weakens, it is tempting to speculate over what might take its place. The DMK will almost certainly go into the next elections under M.K. Stalin’s leadership and would hope to profit over the long haul from the death of their most formidable political opponent. But this may also be the moment for the smaller parties – the Pattali Makkal Katchi, the MDMK of Vaiko, the Dalit parties – to try and expand their influence. Vijaykant’s DMDK will also fancy its chances, as will the Congress and BJP, especially the latter.  All told, Tamil Nadu politics which had become rather stagnant of late finally has a chance to turn fluid. And less predictable

Today is closed Holiday

In pursuance of the orders communicated Directorate letter and OM No.456 dated 03.01.1987 it is hereby declared that today (i.e) 06.12.2016 is a local holiday for Tamilnadu on account of Chief minister`s death EOD instructions will follow.
Sachin kishore

இமயம் சரிந்தது.

உடல்நலக் குறைவு காரணமாக கடந்த 75 நாட்களாக அப்போலோ மருத்துவமனையில் சிகிச்சை பெற்று வந்த முதல்வர் ஜெயலலிதாவின் உயிர் திங்கட்கிழமை இரவு 11.30 மணிக்கு பிரிந்தது. அவருக்கு வயது 68.
முதல்வர் ஜெயலலிதாவின் உயிர் பிரிந்த தகவல், அப்போலோ மருத்துவமனை நிர்வாகம் நள்ளிரவில் அதிகாரபூர்வமாக வெளியிட்ட செய்திக் குறிப்பில் தெரிவிக்கப்பட்டது. 
7 நாட்கள் துக்கம் அனுசரிப்பு
முதல்வர் ஜெயலலிதாவின் உடல் போயஸ் கார்டன் இல்லத்துக்கு கொண்டு செல்லப்பட்டு, இறுதிச் சடங்குகள் நடைபெற்ற பிறகு, அங்கிருந்து ராஜாஜி ஹாலில் செவ்வாய்க்கிழமை மக்கள் அஞ்சலி செலுத்துவதற்காக வைக்கப்படுகிறது. 7 நாட்களுக்கு துக்கம் அனுசரிக்கப்படுவதாக தமிழக அரசு அறிவித்துள்ளது.

எழுதியது யார் என தெரியல ஆனா மனசை கனமாக்கிவிட்டது வார்த்தைகள்..
பூ போன்ற மகள்
அப்பல்லோவில் படுத்துக் கிடக்கிறாளே என
புலம்புவதற்கு தாய் இல்லை....
நோய் தீர்ந்து மகள் புன்னகை சிந்தி வருவாளென பார்த்திருக்கத் தந்தை இல்லை...
தெய்வங்களைக் கேட்டே என் சகோதரி நலம் மீட்பேன் என்று பூஜை செய்ய சகோதரன் இல்லை..
மாற்றுடை வேண்டுமோ என
உடுப்புகள் தேடி எடுத்துப் போக உடன் பிறந்த தங்கை இல்லை..
பெற்றவள் நலம் மீட்ட பின்பே மற்ற வேலை என்று மார் தட்டிச் சொல்வதற்கு மகன் இல்லை..
மருந்து மாத்திரை தேடி எடுத்து மணி தவறாமல் கொடுத்திட மகள் இல்லை..
ஆனாலும் ஈரெட்டு நாட்களாய் தாய் முகம் காணாமல் எத்தனை இதயங்கள் இங்கே
கண்ணீரில் குளிக்கிறதே..
கட்டுக்கடங்கா கூட்டம்...
வாழ வைத்த தாய் வாடிக் கிடக்கலாமோ என செந்தனலில் இட்ட புழுவாய் தவிக்கிறது...
உள்ளங்கைக்குள் மாணவர் உலகைக் காண மடிக்கணினி
தந்த மாதரசி நலம் பெறவே
வேண்டி நிற்கிறது மாணவச் சமூகம்..
காவேரியை மீட்டு வந்து
முல்லைப் பெரியாரை
காத்துத் தந்து
கழனி வாழ் உழவினத்தின் கண்ணீர் துடைத்த எங்கள் கனிவு மனத் தாயுன்நிலை பொறுக்காமல் உயிர் உருகும் வேதனையில் உழவர் கூட்டம்
இன அழிப்பு இலங்கைக்குக்
குலைநடுக்கம் கொடுத்த
உலகத் தமிழினத்தின் ஒப்பில்லாத் தலைவியை
ஒரு நோய் வந்து சாய்ப்பதுவா என ஊணுறக்கம் கொள்ளலையே..
கருணை தரித்த
எங்கள் அம்மா உமக்கோ பத்து கோடி பாசப் பிள்ளைகள்..
வாஞ்சை மிகு தாய் எழுந்து வரும் நாளை எதிர்பார்த்து வாடுதே எங்கள் மனசு..
அம்மாவின் வருகையை எதிர்பார்த்திருக்கும் கோடி இதயங்களில் நானும் ஒருத்தனாய்..!

6th Anniversary

அன்பு தேசிய நெஞ்சங்களே!
வணக்கம் தமிழக மக்களின் அன்புக்கு பாத்திரமான முதலமைச்சர் மாண்புமிகு புரட்சித்தலைவி அம்மா அவர்களின் மறைவு  தமிழகமே சோக கடலில் மிதக்கும் இந்த சூழ்நிலையில் நமது வலைய தளம் தொடங்கி ஐந்து ஆண்டுகள் நிறைவுற்று ஆறாவது ஆண்டில் அடியெடுத்து வைக்கும் இன்று (06.12.2016) உங்களுடன் வாழ்த்துகளை பகிர்ந்து கொள்ள இயலாத சூழ்நிலையில் உள்ளோம்.  இதுவரையில் தாங்கள் அளித்து வந்த ஆதரவுக்கு எமது நன்றிகளை தெரிவித்து கொள்கிறோம்.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Appeal to all Divisional Secretaries

Request for time to submit a letter to the Honourable    Prime Minister on19-12-2016 - FNPO SENT  LETTER TO P.M OFFICE.
2) Appeal to all Divisional/ Circle Secretaries.Model letter of Governor, Copy of the letter to be submit Prime Minister & Reasons for protest week with programmes.
Click the above links to see the details

Any Payment above Rs.5,000 by Government Departments to be now made through e-Payment
Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
05-December-2016 15:33 IST

Any Payment above Rs.5,000 to Suppliers, contractors, grantee/loan institutions, etc. by Government Departments to be now made through e-Payment to attain the goal of complete digitizing of Government payments.
In order to attain the goal of complete digitizing of Government payments, the Ministry of Finance, Government of India has again reviewed the existing limit of Rs. 10,000/-(Rs. Ten Thousand only) prescribed regarding e-payment to Suppliers etc. It has now been decided to lower this threshold limit from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 5,000 (Rupees Five Thousand only).The last review in this regard was made only in August, 2016.

Accordingly, all the Ministries/Departments of the Government of India have been now directed by the Ministry of Finance to ensure with immediate effect that all payments above Rs. 5000/- (Rupees Five Thousand only) to suppliers, contractors, grantee/loanee institutions etc. are made by issue of payment advises only.


Jeyalalitha is alive

Apollo denies reports of Jayalalithaa’s death, says she is on life support

கண்ணீர் அஞ்சலி

ஓய்வு பெற்ற Deputy Chief Postmaster திரு.M.பேச்சிமுத்து (84) அவர்கள் இன்று அதிகாலை 0300 மணியளவில் இயற்கை எய்தினார் என்பதை வருத்தத்துடன் தெரிவித்து கொள்கிறோம்.அன்னாரின் இறுதி சடங்கு நாளை (06.12.2016) காலை 0900 மணிக்கு NGO Colony -மகிழ்ச்சிநகர் அன்னாரது இல்லத்தில் நடைபெறும்.

திரு.M.பேச்சிமுத்து அவர்கள் தபால்காரர் இலாகாவில் பணியில் சேர்ந்து Chennai GPO -Deputy Chief Postmaster (SSPOs) ஆக பணியாற்றி ஓய்வு பெற்றவர். 
NFPE P4 திருநெல்வேலி கோட்ட செயலாளராகவும், மாநில செயலாளராகவும், அகிலஇந்திய அளவில் NFPE  P4 ல் பல்வேறு பொறுப்புகளை வகித்தவர். அதிகாரியாக பணியாற்றி ஓய்வு பெற்றாலும் தனது எழுத்தின் வலிமையால் அதிகார வர்க்கத்தை எதிர்த்தவர்.
தனது வாழ்க்கையை அஞ்சல் ஊழியர் நலனுக்காக செலவிட்டவர்.
"கலங்கரை விளக்கு" மாத இதழ் மூலம் பல்வேறு கட்டுரைகள் எழுதி பல்வேறு தரப்பினரை அறிவு தாகத்தை தீர்த்துவைத்தவர். அவரின் கருத்துக்கள் ஆழமானவை. பல்வேறு ஊதிய குழுவிலும் தனது கருத்துக்களை நேரடியாகவும் பல்வேறு இயக்கங்கள் மூலமும் விரிவாக எடுத்துரைத்தவர்.
வாழ்க்கையில் வாழுகின்ற ஒவ்வொரு நாளும் பலருக்கு உதவி செய்யவே என்ற எண்ணம் கொண்டவர்.தன்னை  நாடி வந்தவர்களுக்கு Appeal Petition மூலம் பல்வேறு Disciplinary Case களில் வென்று பல்வேறு தரப்பினரின்  வாழ்க்கையில் ஒளியேற்றியவர். 
தற்போது இரு அறுவை சிகிச்சைகளுக்கு பிறகும் ஓய்வு நேரத்தில் பல்வேறு பட்டவர்களின் ஊதிய நிர்ணய குறைபாடுகளை சுட்டிக்காட்டி அதற்கு உரிய கடிதங்களை எழுதி கொடுத்து உதவியவர்.
என்ணெற்றோரின் அன்பைத்தவிர வேறு தனக்கென்று எந்த சேமிப்பையும் வைத்து கொள்ளாதவர. 
ஓய்வுக்கு பிறகும் ஓய்வூதியர் சங்கத்தில் ஓய்வூதியர் நலனுக்காக தனது வாழ்நாளை செலவிட்டவர். பல்வேறு விஷயங்களில் நமது நெல்லை தேசிய சங்கத்திற்கு நல்ல பல ஆலோசனைகளை வழங்கியவர்.
அன்னாரின் மறைவு அஞ்சல் ஊழியர்களுக்கு பேரிழப்பாகும்.
அன்னாரை இழந்து வாடும் அனைவர்க்கும் எமது ஆழ்ந்த அனுதாபங்கள்.
அவரது ஆத்மா இறைவன் திருவடி நிழலில் இளைப்பாற இறையருள் வேண்டுகிறோம்.

Observance of the Protest week from 12th to 19th December 2016 by FNPO affiliates. 

4th CPC increase Minimum pay 27.6%
5thCPC  increase Minimum pay 31.0%
6th CPC increase Minimum pay 54.0%
7th CPC increase Minimum pay 14.29%only
The MOF clearly indicates no changes in minimum pay at present.
FNPO cannot be a mere silent spectator after 
Seeing this news, therefore, FNPO affiliates organize Protest week from 12th 19th December 2016

Encouraging usage of Debit Cards among Government employees

Encouraging usage of Debit Cards among Government employees

Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

New Delhi, December 2016


Subject: Encouraging usage of Debit Cards among Government employees

In the recent years, advancements in banking technology, progress in mobile banking and innovative technologies to facilitate digital payments have enabled a large number of small denomination transactions to be handled smoothly in electronic mode. The Government of India has taken policy decisions encouraging cashless/electronic transactions.

2. In its endeavour on moving towards electronic payments, Central Government Ministries/Departments have been crediting the salary and other payments for the majority of its employees electronically, direct into the designated bank accounts of the employees. Given the progress made in banking technology, it is assumed that each employee would be in possession of a Debit/ATM card linked to his/her bank account. Ensuring and encouraging government employees to maximise the usage of Debit cards for personal related transactions instead of cash would go a long way serving with the employees serving as ‘ambassadors’ for the digital push and also motivate, encourage the general public in taking up the cause.

3. All Ministries/Departments are requested to encourage their employees to make use of Debit Cards for personal related transactions instead of cash Ministries/Departments should liaise with their accredited banks and set up special camps to facilitate obtaining of and ensure that all its employees are in possession of Debit Cards. Ministries/Departments may also issue similar advisories to their attached/subordinate offices, PSI’s, Autonomous Bodies etc.




1st meeting of the National Anomaly Committee

The 1st meeting of the National Anomaly Committee was held on 01.12.2016 on the anomaly of calculation of the disability pension for Defence Forces Personnel as per the recommendations of the 7th CPC. The representative of the Armed Forces made a presentation in the meeting demanding that the recommendations of the 7th CPC to grand disability pension on a slab system if implemented will lead to an anomaly between the civilian side and the Defence Forces Personnel because the civilian side will continue to be governed under a percentage based system. After studying the presentation, the Staff Side of NC-JCM has suggested that the slab system will be beneficial to the lower Rank personnel and hence both the slab system and percentage system may be accepted by the Govt. on an optional basis, alternatively the slab amount recommended by 7th CPC can be increased to avoid the anomalous situation. Secretary (P) informed that the issue would be further studied in consultation with CGDA.

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