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

ஜூலை முதல் வட்டி விகிதம் மீண்டும் 0.1% குறைப்பு

Saturday, 18 March 2017

Comparative study on India Post Payment Bank and Japan Post Bank

Comparative study on India Post Payment Bank and Japan Post Bank

JPGU and FNPO Joint Seminar Programme :Comparative study on India Post Payment Bank and Japan Post Bank.



GDS சம்பள கமிஷனை ஆய்வு செய்ய குழு அமைப்பு

Department of Posts appointed six member sub-committee to implement GDS committee recommendations under the chairmanship of Member (P). Chief PMG Telangana, Chief PMG Gujarat Circle, DDG (RB), DDG (Estt) and Director (T&C) are members of the sub- Committee. Committee met today and discussed the report. SG FNPO and Shri P.U. Muraleedharan, General Secretary, NUGDS have participated in the discussion and offered the views of FNPO.
It is learnt that the subcommittee will recommend to implement the major recommendations of Sri Kamalesh Kamalesh Chandra within a week. After the meeting, SG FNPO met Chairman Postal board and discussed our suggestions in detail. Chairman agreed on some of our suggestions Let us hope for the best.

D.Theagarajan, Secretary General
P.U.Muraleedharan, General Secretary, NUGDS 

Cadre Restructuring implementation kept in abeyance ?

The Staff side requested the Secretary, Department of Posts to keep the implementation of Cadre Restructuring proposal in abeyance till the issues raised by the staff side are sorted out amicably. Secretary (Posts) assured positive consideration.

No proposal to raise age limit for single women

There is no proposal with the government to increase the maximum age limit for single unmarried women to 25 years for government jobs, Rajya Sabha was informed today.

In a written reply, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Jitendra Singh said a provision for relaxation of age up to 35 years (up to 40 years for the members of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) for the widows, divorced and women judicially separated from their husbands already exists for group "C" jobs.
"No proposal for raising the maximum age limit for single unmarried women to 35 years is under consideration in the Department of Personnel and Training," the Minister said.


Friday, 17 March 2017

கலங்கரை விளக்கு மார்ச் மாத இதழ் e Copy.

கலங்கரை விளக்கு மார்ச் மாத இதழ் உங்கள் பார்வைக்கு

Click here to see the link: KALANGARAI VILAKKU (MARCH 2017)

Sincere thanks to our colleagues who have organized strike.

Sincere thanks to our colleagues who have organized strike. 
  • Reasons for strike 

  • We did not demand any comforts from the Government.
  • We Demand NDA Government should honor the assurance given to NJCA leaders on 30/6/2016. 
  • No changes in the Minimum Wage and Multiplying Factor at present.
  • No sign to grant HRA, TPA& other allowances at the revised rate.
  • No MACP without a Very good benchmark to the central government employee.
  • Not implementing option-1 recommended by the 7th CPC &accepted by the cabinet.
  • No recommendation to remove 3 -A (I) of GDS Conduct & Engagement Rules, 2011 by Shri- Kamlesh Chandra committee. 
  • We are eligible for 3% DA, but Government granted only 2% DA.
  • The Government assured that allowance committee will submit its report within 4 months. In spite of, completion of 7 months the committee has not submitted its report. Central government employees became, anger seeing the above. 
  • FNPO cannot be a mere silent spectator after Seeing employees anger. 
Therefore FNPO& affiliates are organising strike on 16.3.2017
Secretary General, 

FNPO's suggestions on GDS Pay Committee Report submitted by Sri.Kamalesh Chandra

Suggestions on GDS Pay Committee Report submitted by Sri.Kamalesh Chandra

FNPO welcome the GDS Pay Committee Report submitted by Sri.Kamalesh Chandra on the following issues as that are somewhat nearer to the Memorandum submitted by our Federation.
 1.We have suggested MACP I, II ,III for 10,20,30 years whereas the Committee has given the same for 12,24,36 years.

2.We proposed HRA ranging between Rs.800 to Rs.1520 with an annual raise of Rs.80. But the Committee recommended a flat rate of Rs.800 to ABPM’s and Rs. 2400 to 800 to Dak Sevaks.

3.We proposed OMA ranging between Rs.500 to Rs.950 with an annual increase of Rs.50. But the Committee recommended clubbing OMA & HRA to BPM’s from Rs. 1600 to Rs.1100.

 4.We proposed all kinds of leaves admissible under CCS (Leave Rules) 1972 besides casual leave to departmental employees may be extended to GDS whereas the Committee has recommended General Leave 30 days with a maximum limit of accumulations for 180 days, emergency leave

 5 days, maternity leave, paternity leave. We proposed to leave encashment facility besides 15 surrenders leave keeping in view in leave arrangements, but the Committee has recommended leave encashment in full at the time of retirement.

 5.We have proposed request transfers and the same is given with a limitation of 3 times during the service.

6.We have proposed compassionate engagements to the families of all deceased employee and the same is recommended by the Committee.

 7.We have proposed the payment of bonus on par with departmental employees and issue of identity cards and the Committee had recommended the same.

8.We proposed the date of superannuation at par with departmental employees and Committee has recommended the same.

 9.We have proposed the payment of retirement/terminal benefits, the Committee has recommended gratuity only.

10.We have proposed basic amenities such as infrastructure, the Committee has recommended same. However, we express our displeasure on the following issues as GDS Pay Committee has not considered the following issues in its report.

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Cabinet clears additional 2 per cent DA for government employees

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved the release of an additional installment of Dearness Allowance (DA) to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) to pensioners w.e.f. 01.01.2017.
Increase is by 2 percent over the existing rate of 2 percent of the basic pay/pension to compensate for price rise.
This increase is in accordance with the accepted formula, which is based on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission.
The combined impact on the exchequer on account of both Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief would be Rs. 5,857.28 crore per annum and Rs.6,833.50 crore in the Financial Year 2017-18 (for a period of 14 months from January, 2017 to February, 2018).
This will benefit about 48.85 lakh Central Government employees and 55.51 lakh pensioners.

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

GDS Committee Report பற்றி கருத்து சொல்ல FNPO க்கு அழைப்பு

GDS Committee Report - Presentation of views regarding

FNPO seminar on India Post Payment Bank

Seminar on India Post Payment Bank - 

Request for grant of Special CL -Reg : FNPO Letter to Directorate


Postman தேர்வு மதிப்பெண் பட்டியல் வெளியீடு.

Mark list of Direct Recruitment Examination for Postman/Mail guard held on 11.12.2016, in Tamilnadu Postal Circle. The Select list will be uploaded shortly.

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

16th March 2017 strike is inevitable.

6th March 2017 strike is inevitable.

We are forced to go on a day's strike on 16thMarch 2017 due to the inaction of the Government.  Seven months have lapsed still the committee has not submitted any report.
A group of ministers comprising Home Minister Shri.Raj Nath Singh,  Finance Minister Shri. Arun Jaitley  & Railway Minister Shri. Suresh Prabhu called NJCA leaders on 30/06/2016 and assured that a high power committee will be constituted to look into the matter regarding revision of wages and fitment formula. Based on the assurance, the JCM Constituent deferred the Strike action to 06th July 2016.Though our Federation appealed PJCA to continue the strike as decided on July 11 2016, it was not considered in the larger interest of Central Government employees unity.
As assured a Committee was constituted under the chairmanship of Addl. Secretary (Exp), Ministry of Finance and discussions held, the response was very much disappointing. Against this we conducted a protest week from 12th December to 19th December 2016 and submitted a memorandum to our Honourable Prime Minister through state Governors as well as in his office, there is no response till date.

On 19/01/2017 A meeting was held with the Cabinet Secretary, Government of India, wherein Staff side secretary and the president were present.

The staff side explained Cabinet secretary 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 enhancing  Benchmark from good to Very Good.  The Cabinet Secretary informed staff side 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.  It is not certain whether there will be any revision in minimum wage and Fitment formula & arrears of allowances from 01/01/2016.
Meanwhile, on 10.02.2017 NPS committee  has called the JCM Staff Side for a second round of discussion, during  the discussion they want to discuss only notified agenda, such as (1) scrapping of NPS (2) Guaranteed Minimum pension to NPS Pensioners  ie; 50% of the last pay drawn should be guaranteed by the Government as minimum pension, even if the returns from annuity insurance scheme amount is less than 50%.
Unfortunately, the main demand of Exemption of Central Govt. Employees from the purview of NPS, was not included in the agenda.
With regard to GDS,  our Federation and NUGDS warmly welcome the welfare measures which were recommended by Sri.Kamalesh Chandra committee. At the same time, our Federation strongly oppose the non‘Removal of 3 -A (I) of GDS Conduct & Engagement Rules, 2011.
Regarding Casual Labours, the revised wages and its arrears have not been paid in many Circles. 
In view of the above, we cannot remain silent just conducting a protest week and Dharna. As we have to show a strong protest against the attitude of the Government, the FNPO affiliates decided to go on a day`s strike on March 16th, 2017. 
We appeal all our colleagues to organise the one-day strike and make it a 
thundering success.

Strike notice served by FNPO along with Charter of demands

Monday, 13 March 2017

வெல்லட்டும் வேலைநிறுத்தம் வெல்லட்டும்

16.03.2017 ஒரு நாள் வேலைநிறுத்ததில் ! பங்கேற்போம் ! வெற்றியடைய செய்வோம் !  மத்திய அரசே! மத்திய அரசே !  கொடுத்த வாக்குறுதிகளை உடனே நிறைவேற்று ..... HRA உள்ளிட்ட அலவன்சுகளை 01.01.2016 முதல் உயர்த்தி வழங்கு ...... புதிய பென்ஷன் திட்டத்தை உடனே ரத்து செய் ... .
வெல்லட்டும் !     வேலைநிறுத்தம் வெல்லட்டும் !

Holi Wishes to All

7th CPC Committee report not yet submitted.

7th CPC Committee report not yet submitted to the Government- Loksabha Q&A - Click here to view 

Government to announce 7th CPC Allowances in Parliament session - Read more

Railwaymen Federations walked out from DC JCM Meeting

Hats off to Shri. Raghavaiahji.
Railwaymen Federations walked out from DC JCM Meeting No.IV/I/Pt.III                                                                          07.March, 2017

The General Secretaries of
Affiliated Unions of NFIR

Subject: Railway Board’s order dated 30.1.2017 curbing workers’ rights.
In the DC/JCM meeting held on 7.3.2017, during Opening Address, both the Federations have taken a stand that the unconstitutional order dated 30.1.2017 preventing Safety (Supervisory) Staff from becoming Office bearers should be withdrawn by the Railway Board immediately to facilitate negotiations to resume.
The President, General Secretary, Working President etc. have conveyed their strong protest against the Board’s letter dated 30.1.2017.
The General Secretary/NFIR had stated that the Railway Board has betrayed the Federations and the Railway Board has equally failed on several counts on written commitments. notably:
a) Replacement of GP 4600 with 4800
b) Upgradation from Gr.C to Gr.B (Gaz.)
c) Allotment of GP 4600 to Loco (Mail)
d) Stepping up of pay of Loco Inspectors inducted prior to 1.1.2006
e) Arbitrary reversal of various decisions given in the past (as a result of agreements with the Federations) and without caring to consult federations.
f) Track Maintainers upgradation (written commitment of Board)
In light of Railway Board’s total failure, the Federation (NFIR) conveyed that it is not in a mood to participate in the negotiations of DC/JCM forum and at the same time demanded immediate withdrawal of Board’s order dated 30.1.2017, if the Railway Board sincerely feels that industrial relations are required to be preserved.
With the above observations in the DC/JCM meeting, the leaders left the meeting place. Both the Federations have jointly walked away from the meeting.
Please convey to all employees the above development, as the Railway Board’s order is a direct attack on the rights of workers, whether they are Supervisors or Non-Supervisors and it is a gross violation of Trade Union Act, ID Act etc.
Also convey the “Walk Out” decision of Federations to GMs, CPOs etc.

Yours fraternally,
General Secretary

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