Wednesday, August 22, 2012


ஏழாவது ஊதியக்குழு , 50 சதவீத  பஞ்சப்படி இணைப்பு  உள்ளிட்ட 14 அம்சக் கோரிக்கைகளுடன் 15 வது கோரிக்கையாக  5கட்ட பதவி உயர்வும் சேர்க்கப் பட்டது !

போராட்டத்தை தீவிரப்படுத்துவோம் 
வேலை நிறுத்த களம் நோக்கி ஊழியரை திரட்டுவோம் !

In 1978, while entering in its Silver Jubilee Year, the NFPTE had organised its P&T Convention at Patna. The demand of “3 Promotions at 10, 20 and 25 years” for P&T employees was coined in that National Convention. This demand was necessitated by the fact that most of the P&T employees were retiring without even getting a single promotion in their long career in those days. The Clerical employees retired without even becoming LSG and the Postmen were retiring without even promoted as Sorting Postman or Head Postman / Mail Overseer Postman, the only hierarchical promotion available at that time. After much negotiations and struggles, ultimately the Government agreed two promotions and introduced TBOP and BCR Promotions on completion of 16 and 26 years. All P&T employees were thereafter ensured of at least two promotions. But the movement had paid some price including major punishments to cadres to win the demand of two promotions.

The introduction of TBOP and BCR promotions caused the hierarchical promotion of Sorting Postman / Mail Overseer Postman etc irrelevant as most of the Postmen staff attained TBOP and BCR promotion before getting the only regular promotion available. The Department also discontinued constituting the DPC to promote Postmen staff. Similar was the case with the Group ‘D’ staff also, in whose case the promotion to Jamedar Group ‘D’ was discontinued. Even though the Department had subsequently declared unilaterally that the TBOP/BCR is not a promotion but only a scheme of financial upgradation like ACP Scheme, the regular hierarchical  promotional ladder was not restored or updated to ensure regular promotion to Postman and Group ‘D’ cadres. However, the TBOP, BCR ensured two automatic upgradations financially.

Discriminatingly during the same time, the Officialdom did not satisfy itself with the available two or three promotions in its career but went ahead with repeated cadre restructuring schemes to ensure at least five promotions for the cadre of Officers! We see that an IPS Officer entering as SSPOs [Junior Time Scale Officer] in the Postal Department is ensured of five promotions at least in his career as Senior Time Scale, DPS, PMG, Chief PMG, Board Member and Director General. In Departments like Income Tax a Class I officer who enters as  Assistant Commissioner as an IRS Officer goes ahead with the promotions like Deputy Commissioner, Joint Commissioner, Additional Commissioner, Commissioner of Income Tax, Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Board Member in CBDT and Chairman of CBDT. This is the case with all departments. The Government never cared for the promotional avenues of Group C and D employees while going on improving the career advancement of top officers.

The 6th Pay Commission also not cared much for ending the discrimination between the employees and officers in the central services. It simply recommended for only improving the periodicity of ACP financial upgradation from 12 and 24 years into 10 and 20 years through MACP. After much discussion in the JCM Standing Committee, the Government made only a marginal improvement by granting the third upgradation on completion of 30 years but created a lot of anomalies including taking away the benefit of parity with hierarchical promotions. The increase in number of up gradations to three necessitated us to switch over from TBOP/BCR system to MACP Scheme though we knew that under MACP the Promotees will not be granted equal number of up gradations like a direct recruitment. We however embraced the MACP for its benefits with the idea to focus the discrimination and set right it through our organisational efforts. Now, with the historic judgment of Jodhpur CAT, we have brighter chances of set righting the anomaly. But even that will not bring parity with the Officers, who are ensured of at least five promotions.

It is in this background that the NFPE raised it in the National Secretariat of the Confederation of CG Employees and the Confederation expanded its Charter of Demands into 15 Points by including the demand of Grant of 5 Promotions to all employees in their career on par with the Officers. This is a very important demand with far reaching implications in advancing the status of the Group C employees including the Postman and MTS.  The demand attains much more importance in the background of our cadre restructuring issue stagnating without any noticeable progress and at the initial level of discussions only. Proper popularisation of this new demand of 5 Promotions among all our membership is absolutely essential to create necessary tempo as we know very well that only when a new idea grips the minds of the employees it becomes a material force. We broke the stalemate in 1980s by strongly agitating for 2 Promotions. Let us now embrace the new demand of 5 Promotions and make it a reality soon. But everything depends on the rank and file organisation, which alone can succeed not only in popularising the new demand but also rousing the employees to agitate for the 15 Points charter of Confederation that focuses on 7th CPC, 50% merger of DA and grant of 5 Promotions etc. Time has come to end the discrimination between top officers and the bottom employees on number of promotions to advance the career prospects. 


 ஏழை GDS  ஊழியர் வழக்கில் கூட உச்ச நீதிமன்றம் வரை அரசாங்கப் பணத்தில்  மேல் முறையீடு செய்யும் அதிகார வர்க்கத்திற்கு இந்த  தீர்ப்பு ஒரு சவுக்கடி !

Despite our request not to file any SLP on the High Court Karnataka decision on fixation of pay of PO & RMS accountants on promotion, the Department has filed SLP in the Supreme Court as per the opinion of the Ministry of Finance. Now the supreme court has dismissed the SLP. Now the Department has no option except implement the Karnataka CAT and High Court decision. The Department should come forward to implement the decision to all the similarly situated persons.

Kudos to Karnataka Comrades.

The Supreme Court has fined Rs. 50000/- to Department

A remarkable and marvelous decision.

ITEM NO.9                   COURT NO.5                 SECTION IVA

S U P R E M E   C O U R T   O F    I N D I A

Petition(s) for Special Leave to Appeal (Civil)....../2012 CC 10080/2012

(From the judgement and order dated 18/11/2010 in WP No.7593/2003, of The HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BANGALORE)

CHIEF POST MASTER GEN.KARNATAKA CIR.& ORS                            Petitioner(s)


S. MOHAN KUMAR                                                                                         Respondent(s)
(With appln(s) for c/delay in filing SLP)

Date: 05/07/2012    This Petition was called on for hearing today.



For Petitioner(s)         Mr.   R.P. Bhatt, Sr. Adv.
                          Mr.   Ashok K. Srivastava, Adv.
                          Ms.   B Sunita Rao, Adv.
                          Mr.   B. Krishna Prasad,Adv.(Not present)

For Respondent(s)

            UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following
                                O R D E R

              This petition filed for setting aside order dated 18.11.2010 passed by the Division Bench of the Karnataka High Court is accompanied by an application for condonation of 445 days delay.

            We have heard Shri. R. P. Bhatt, learned senior counsel representing the petitioners and carefully perused the averments contained  in the application filed under Section 5 of the Limitation Act and are convinced that there is no valid ground to accept the explanation offered by the petitioners for delayed filing of the special leave petition.

         We are further of the view that the Bangalore Bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal did not commit any error by quashing the action taken by the petitioners to re-fix the respondent's pay on the recommendations of the Vth Pay Commission and the High Court rightly declined to entertain the petitioners' challenge to the order of the Tribunal.

         Learned senior counsel appearing for the petitioners could not put forward any tangible argument to support re-fixation of the respondent's pay in the light of the recommendations of the Vth Pay Commission. Therefore, we do not find any valid ground to interfere with the impugned order.

         The special leave petition is accordingly dismissed on the ground of delay and also on merits.

         For filing a frivolous petition like the present one, the petitioners are saddled with costs of rupees fifty thousand which shall be deposited by them with the Supreme Court Legal Services Committee within a period of eight weeks from today. It will be open to the Central Government to recover the amount of costs from the officers responsible for taking wholly arbitrary and unjustified action for re-fixing the respondent's pay. 

(Parveen Kr.Chawla)                                                                                    
Court Master                                                                                       

(Phoolan Wati Arora)
Court Master

Friday, August 17, 2012


No.P3/ -2/Srirangam                                                                                            dated the  24.07.2012

The Postmaster General,
Central Region,
Trichirappalli 620 001. 
     Sub:  Request to stop  the proposal  of shifting  the Divisional Office  Srirangam Division to Trichy –Reg.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
With reference to the  subject mentioned that the Divisional administration had met with the service unions and they  had putforth the following :-

01. Divisional office should be in Divisional Jurisdiction.
02. Cent percent staff are ladies and it is difficult for them to travel 20 kms up and down daily to TRichy HO Sorting, Moreover, in the middle of the academic year they have to take care of kids going to school (primary standard) and their family, it is difficult for them to attend office in new premises.
03. The available space in the proposed new premises is also not enough to accommodate as huge RPLI proposals and records are there.
04. In case of emergency, Supdt of Post offices could not be contacted by the office bearers immediately as the distance is 10 kms away from srirangam. It takes 2 hours up and down to go and meet the Divisional Head.
05.Srirangam is an world important pilgrim centre, and  there are frequent visits of  higher  level officers and even Ministerial staff  and  hence  in order to cater their needs, D.O. should be at the  Headquarters. 
06. Moreover Srirangam is Chief Ministers personal constituency and all Departments related to State and Central are here.  And  Chief  Minister’s office is also not interested to have this proposal.

On the background  of the  above,  our  Circle Union requests  the PMG, CR  to re-consider the  shifting  proposal  to Trichy. Instead, alternate building  may  kindly be searched and  secured at Srirangam  itself , in order  to  satisfy the interest  of  both the staff and the local administration.

With regards,
Note:-This letter is handed over to  the PMG, CR  during the  course of  RJCM meeting held at Chennai on 24.7.2012 and assured for  consideration by the  PMG, CR.


Smt. Shanthi  Nair, IPS,
Chief Postmaster General,
Tamilnadu Circle,
Chennai 600 002.

No.P3/2/Chennai City Central                                                                             Dated the  17.08.2012

Respected Madam,
              Sub: Drawal of officials to duty on Sundays on regular basis – taken up in RJCM –
                      Reply received – Follow up action requested – Reg.
              Ref: C.O. No. SR/19-89/12/RJCM dt. 13.06.2012   Reply under sl. No. 15/ item no.22.
With reference to the   subject matter,  it  is replied  as per the reference  that   “Divisional heads  were already instructed to withdraw the counter service facility from those offices in which poor traffic  vide PMG, Chennai City Region  letter No. EST/Misc/2007/CCR  dt. 27.09.2011.”

Even though the  orders were said to be  issued  during the year  2011  itself,  and despite of given reply  dt. 13.06.2012 , the Sunday duty made on  counter  services  were  not  withdrawn  in many  offices  till  date.

It is reported  from  the staff of  Kanchipuram HPO and  from Tiruvallikeni S.O . that  there  is very  poor  traffic  on  booking of speed post  , Registered Post and even  EMOs  in single digit numbers and with an overall  figure  of  5  to  20 transactions  in a day ,  for which  the  office  has to  be opened from 10.00 AM to 05.00 PM  with a strength of 3 to 4 staff. To cite an example the  report  obtained  from Tiruvallikeni S.O.  is  submitted  for your kind  perusal.

Hence your kind and immediate  intervention is  much requested  in this matter  to  cancel  Sunday duties on  counter  services  and   also  on speed  post  delivery,    so as to relieve the  officials  from  mental agony and  pressure. 
With regards, 


Smt. Shanthi  Nair, IPS,
Chief Postmaster General,
Tamilnadu Circle,
Chennai 600 002.

No. P3/Salem West                                                                                              dated the 17.08.2012

Respected Madam,

       Sub: Vindictive attitude of the SPOs, Salem West Division  and   continued harassment  made by him
               against  the staff of  Salem West Division  despite of the enquiry made by the C.O./R.O. on the
               complaints made by  our Circle Union- Reg.
       Ref: 1. Our Circle Union  letter dt. 01.03.2012 & 20.03.2012.
              2. Our Circle Union letter dt. 05.07.2012 and 11.07.2012 - also sent thro  e- mail.
              3. Our Circle Union agitational programme notice dt. 30.06.2012.
              4. Savingrams  sent  by  Divisional /Branach unions seeking the intervention of the CPMG,TN.
Kindly refer to the  letters  mentioned  above  in connection with the subject  matter.  We have already elaborated that  more than 28 officials were punished by him within a  span of  4 months  in a vindictive manner so as to cover up his misdeeds.

It is reliably learnt that  with his presence and   power   there,  he  made  high level influence with the  Lodge authorities and  Sathish Catering men  to  make reports to the investigating authorities  in his favour .  It is a expected line and  already  our Circle Union  indicated this fact before the eyes of the  CPMG, TN in our  letters cited under ref. 2 above.  Hence only we requested the  Chief PMG to  shift  him from Salem  west in order to  make a free and fair enquiry.

Even though  oral  enquiry may be  favoured  by him, the records are still speaking the truth.  The  copy of ledger of Shree Rajkamal Residency, Suramangalam  submitted  to Suramangalam Police station as a legal document was obtained  by  the   Lawyer  mentioned in our letters  under ref. 1,  through  RTI Act  and  the same  was submitted before your eyes  to unveil  the truth, which cannot be  wrapped up .

 We have also  submitted the copy of original receipt used by the said Lodge   containing  sl. No. and other required columns, whereas  his claimed bill contains nothing ,  but  only a letter head.  The handwritings  on the bills  will speak volumes.  The  National Flag hoisting on 15.08.2011 at Suramangalam HO by the Postmaster himself  will speak the truth that  the SPOs.,  was not physically available there  on that date.  But his bogus bill says that  he  was  at Suramangalam  on that date.  Then why he has not taken part in national flag hoisting, which is his fundamental  duty and this shows  volumes.

Despite of all these things, even after  our statewide agitation, even after  the high level enquiry, he  is not interested to correct  his anti-labour activities and  vindictive actions against the staff. Instead he geared strength  from the  sympathy shown on him  by the higher  authorities,  and now unleashing  fresh attacks  against the staff.  He openly challenging  before all the staff  that “ he will finish his accounts “  on our union office bearers  very shortly.
Recently, he has issued charge sheet under Rule 14 against the SPM, Gonur S.O. on some petty charges, who is due for  superannuation on 31.08.2012 . Also , he has issued  Rule 16  charge sheet  to the  APM Accounts, and the  Schedule PA,  clubbing  the  charges  on Gonur  issue.   Now the total no. of  charge sheets  issued  are  raised  to 31 within  a span of  5 months.

Also  the  SPOs., Salem west    is  chasing  the  Divisional Secretary to book  him  under  Rule 14,  on the  same  issue,  for   which  he  is  in no way connected.  The SPOs., threatened  the  officials of Gonur SO   to give statements against   our  Divisional Secretary  as if,   he  was present  at   Gonur  S.O.  at  morning hours and  helped  the  SPM to make  the excess  amount of  Rs.5000/- into SB Credit  from  UCR  head.  Such  chasing actions of the  SPOs., were also already reported to the knowledge of the  CPMG, TN  vide our  reference  cited  under sl. 2. The  copy of recent letters received to our Circle Union from   the  Divisional  end  are  enclosed herewith for your  kind  perusal.

Now  the working atmosphere  is   totally spoiled  there and  the  entire staff are under panic .  The  staff are  under mental agony  and  this spoils   the  public services  .  If   such  a  vindictive   chase and  hitting  trend continues  there,  it would definitely  turn into  personal  enmity  between the administration and the general staff  and  ruin  the  industrial peace.

Our  Circle  Union  brings   before the  eyes  of the Chief PMG  everything  and  her  personal  intervention is  very much needed  in this matter,  in order to protect   the staff ,  protect the  services and  to protect the  industrial peace.  Our  Circle Union is under   abnormal  pressure  from ground level,  to go ahead   for  continued   statewide  trade union  programmes  on this issue , but  we are  still waiting   the  feel good  response  from  the administrative part. Better late, than never.
With regards,


திருச்செங்கோடு அஞ்சல் மூன்று கிளையின்  மாநாடு  கடந்த 12.08.2012 அன்று  திருச்செங்கோட்டில் சிறப்பாக   நடைபெற்றது . கீழ் கண்ட  நிர்வாகிகள்  நடப்பு ஈராண்டுக்கான புதிய நிர்வாகிகளாக போட்டியின்றி தேர்ந்தெடுக்கப்பட்டனர் .

தலைவர் :           தோழர்.  R.  செங்கோட்டையன் , APM,  திருச்செங்கோடு HO 
கிளைச் செயலர் :         தோழர். K.  சுப்ரமணியன் , P.A.  திருச்செங்கோடு   HO 
நிதிச் செயலர் :                             தோழர். S.  சந்திரசேகர், P.A., Elachipalayam  S.O.

தேர்ந்தெடுக்கப்பட்ட புதிய நிர்வாகிகளுக்கு மாநிலச் சங்கத்தின் மனம் நிறைந்த  பாராட்டுக்கள்.  பணி  சிறக்க வாழ்த்துக்கள். 

சென்னை  GPO  கோட்டக் கிளையின்  மாநாடு  கடந்த 14.08.2012 அன்று  சென்னை GPO வில்   சிறப்பாக நடைபெற்றது . கீழ்க் கண்ட நிர்வாகிகள் நடப்பு ஈராண்டுக்கான  புதிய  நிர்வாகிகளாக  போட்டியின்றி தேர்ந்தெடுக்கப்பட்டனர் .

தலைவர் :                 தோழர் .   V.  நோம்புராஜ் , P.A. , CHENNAI GPO.
கோட்டச் செயலர் :              தோழர். K. முரளி,  P.A. , CHENNAI GPO.
நிதிச் செயலர் :      தோழர். M. சந்திரசேகரன், P.A., CHENNAI GPO.

தேர்ந்தெடுக்கப்பட்ட புதிய நிர்வாகிகளுக்கு மாநிலச் சங்கத்தின் மனம் நிறைந்த  பாராட்டுக்கள்.  பணி  சிறக்க வாழ்த்துக்கள்.



 தனியார் மயத்தை நோக்கி அஞ்சல் துறை !
மத்திய அரசின் புதியஅஞ்சல் கொள்கை!

Government of India has declared the New Postal Policy 2012. Shri Kapil Sibal, Minister Communications & IT has made a press statement also. Finally Govt. has decided to end the monopoly of Postal Department
in collecting, processing, conveyance and delivery of letter mail articles and allow private couriers also to function legally.

As per the Govt’s. version – “the idea is to develop Indian Postal Sector as a full-fledged market, bring in more service providers to enhance employment (?) and contribution to nations GDP (?).” It further states that – “At present Department of Posts, which has around five lakhs employees, is the sole body responsible for policy making, regulation and providing postal service. The over 100 year old Indian Post office Act, which governs the Postal sector, bars any individual or entity from delivering letter for commercial purpose.Communication Minister has asked Department of Posts to create a framework to support small and medium Postal Operators (i.e. couriers) and new models to encourage entrepreneurship in the sector.

One of the guiding principles of the National Postal Policy (NPP) is promotion of partnership between private and public postal sectors. (i.e between couriers and Department of Posts) and to promote cooperation, inter action, resource sharing and fair competition among stake holders.

The NPP says that – “Competition leads to consumer satisfaction through lower prices, more choice and better quality of service. Efforts are therefore required to promote competition in the provision of Postal Services so as to maximize benefits to customers, particularly in rural and inaccessible areas Therefore it is necessary to develop a governance and legislative system that promotes fair competition in the Postal market and offers customer ample choice”.

In order to implement the above stated privatization policy, the Government is planning to separate the functions of policy making, regulation and operations of the over 150 years old Department of Posts. An independent body named Postal Development Board (PDB) will be responsible for the overall development and governance of the Postal Sector (including courier services). The PDB will also draw a roadmap for unbundling (ending monopoly and allowing private participation) of Postal departments functions.

The PDB will be set up under Secretary (Posts) and will include secretaries of Department of Economic Affairs, Department of Electronics and Imformation Technology, Department of Commerce and two members from Postal Services Board. A Postal Advisory Board (PAB) will be constituted which will have representation from Government, Industry payers, academics and other stake holders, to provide inputs to PDB on policy matters.

If the NPP is implemented in its totality, then the Postal Department will definitely meet the fate of Telecom. The existence of Department and job security of the five lakhs Postal employees will be in danger. NFPE calls upon the Postal and RMS employees including GDS to be ready for serious trade union action if the Government take any unilateral decision to privatise postal sector.


இரண்டு குழந்தைகளுக்கு கீழ் உள்ள ஒரு ஆண் அரசு ஊழியர்  ஒரு வயதுக்குள் உள்ள குழந்தை ஒன்றை தனது இரண்டாவது  குழந்தையாக தத்து எடுத்துக்கொண்டாலும் அவருக்கு 15 நாட்கள் PATERNITY LEAVE , தத்து எடுத்துக் கொண்ட ஆறு மாதங்களுக்குள் வழங்கிட வேண்டும் .

As per Office Memorandum No. 13018/1/2009-Estt.(L) dated 22.07.2009  issued by DOPT,
a male Government servant (including an apprentice) with less than two surviving children, on valid adoption of a child below the age of one year, may be sanctionedPaternity Leave for a period of 15 days within a period of six months from the date of valid adoption. We also provide here the details of Maternity and Paternity Leave
Maternity Leave:
(1) A female Government servant (including an apprentice) with less than two surviving children may be granted maternity leave by an authority competent to grant leave for a period of 180 days from the date of its commencement.
(2) During such period, she shall be paid leave salary equal to the pay drawn immediately before proceeding on leave.
NOTE:- In the case of a person to whom Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 (34 of 1948), applies, the amount of leave salary payable under this rule shall be reduced by the amount of benefit payable under the said Act for the corresponding period.

(3) Maternity leave not exceeding 45 days may also be granted to a female Government servant (irrespective of the number of surviving children) during the entire service of that female Government in case of miscarriage including abortion on production of medical certificate as laid down in Rule 19:
Provided that the maternity leave granted and availed of before the commencement of the CCS (Leave) Amendment Rules, 1995, shall not be taken into account for the purpose of this sub-rule.

(4) (a) Maternity leave may be combined with leave of any other kind.
(b) Notwithstanding the requirement of production of medical certificate contained in sub-rule (1) of Rule 30 or sub-rule (1) of Rule 31, leave of the kind due and admissible (including commuted leave for a period not exceeding 60 days and leave not due) up to a maximum oftwo years may, if applied for, be granted in continuation of maternity leave granted under sub-rule (1).
(5) Maternity leave shall not be debited against the leave account.
Paternity leave:
(1) A male Government servant (including an apprentice) with less than two surviving children, may be granted Paternity Leave by an authority competent to grant leave for a period of 15 days, during the confinement of his wife for childbirth, i.e., up to 15 days before, or up to six months from the date of delivery of the child.
(2) During such period of 15 days, he shall be paid leave salary equal to the pay drawn immediately before proceeding on leave.
(3) The paternity Leave may be combined with leave of any other kind.
(4) The paternity leave shall not be debited against the leave account.
(5) If Paternity Leave is not availed of within the period specified in sub-rule (1), such leave shall be treated as lapsed.
NOTE:- The Paternity Leave shall not normally be refused under any circumstances.


காஞ்சி கோட்டச் சங்கத்தின்  அயரா உழைப்பு ! ஊழியர் நலனில் அக்கறை !
 LGO  தேர்வுக்கான பயிற்சி வகுப்பு !  கடந்த ஆண்டில்  மாநிலத்தில் முதல் 3 நிலைகளில் காஞ்சி கோட்டத் தோழர்கள் !

கோட்டச் சங்க நிர்வாகிகளுக்கு , குறிப்பாக  அஞ்சல் மூன்று கோட்டச் செயலர் தோழர் . 
A. கேசவனுக்கு மாநிலச் சங்கத்தின் மனமார்ந்த பாராட்டுக்கள் ! வாழ்த்துக்கள் !

கோட்டச் செயலரின் செய்தி கீழே பார்க்கவும் :-

Dear comrade,

In kanchipuram Division we are conduction coaching classes for the Deptl. exams. Last year in LGO exam the top 3candidates of circle are belongs to our coaching camp.

This year also we are conducting coaching classes for LGO exams to be held on 09.09.2012. the classes commenced from 05.08.2012. The dates are 12.08.12,15.08.12,19.08.12,20.08.2012 , 26.08.12,2.09.12.

A. kesavan, Divl. secy and Com T.Vijayabaskar, Sub Postmaster, Thoopul 631501 is taking classes. The class is absolutely free.

P3 divisional union is taking all out efforts for the successful conducting of class. This year 43 persons are attending the class.

Divl. Secy -P3.


திருப்பத்தூர் அஞ்சல் கோட்டக் கண்காணிப்பாளரின் ஊழியர் விரோதப் போக்கினை எதிர்த்து 13.08.2012 அன்று  நடைபெற்ற  தர்ணா போராட்டம் !
வீரம் செறிந்த போராட்டத்தை நடத்திய  திருப்பத்தூர்  கோட்டத் தோழர்களுக்கு மாநிலச் சங்கத்தின் வீர வாழ்த்துக்கள் !


Thursday, August 16, 2012


No. PF-Cadre Restructuring/2012                                                  Dated : 13th August, 2012

To:All General Secretaries of NFPE & FNPO Unions
Sub: Cadre Restructuring proposals finalization: Regarding.

            A meeting of Secretary  Generals of NFPE & FNPO  and General Secretaries of P-3, P-4, R-3, R-4 and Admin Unions of NFPE & FNPO will be held at  Hyderabad( Postal Recreation Club O/o CPMG AP Circle  6th Floor )  on 11th  September, 2012  at 03 P.M.
         Agenda – for working out a final united staff side proposal on cadre restructuring.

            All concerned are requested to attend the meeting in time. Please come with a clear cut final written proposal of each union.
Yours Comradely,
(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General NFPE