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Thursday, 5 October 2017

Information about 'Commutation of Pension'

A Central Government servant has an option to commute a portion of pension, not exceeding 40% of it, into a lump sum payment with effect from 1.1.1996. No medical examination is required if the option is exercised within one year of retirement. If the option is exercised after expiry of one year, he/she will have to undergo medical examination by the specified competent authority.

Lump sum payable is calculated with reference to the Commutation Table constructed on an actuarial basis.  The monthly pension will stand reduced by the portion commuted and the commuted portion will be restored on the expiry of 15 years from the date of receipt of the commuted value of pension. Dearness Relief, however, will continue to be calculated on the basis of the original pension (i.e. without reduction of commuted portion).

The formula for arriving for commuted value of Pension (CVP) is
CVP = 40 % (X) Commutation factor* (X)12

* The commutation factor will be with reference to age next birthday on the date on which commutation becomes absolute as per the New Table as Annexure to this Deptt's O.M. No. 38/37/08- P&PW(A) dated 2.9.2008
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EMERGENT

NOTICE FOR FEDERAL SECRETRIAT

To

            All General Secretaries and office bearers of NFPE Unions

EMERGENT FEDERAL SECRETARIAT MEETING OF NFPE

            An emergent Federal Secretariat Meeting of NFPE is decided to be held at NFPE office North Avenue Post Office Building New Delhi at 04 PM on 7th October 2017 to discuss some important  issues emerged recently

            .All available G.S. & office bearers at Delhi H.Q. should attend meeting compulsorily and those are out of station should also try to come.


R.N.Parashar
Secretary General
VERIFICATION OF MEMBERSHIP FOR RECOGNITION OF SERVICE ASSOCIATIONS REPRESENTING GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS (GDS) (EARLIER CALLED EXTRA DEPARTMENTAL AGENTS) UNDER EXTRA DEPARTMENTAL AGENTS (RECOGNITION OF ASSOCIATION) RULES-1995
GENERAL INFORMATION AND FACTS ABOUT INDIAN POSTAL SERVICES

Indian postal service also known as Indian post office is a most widely distributed postal system in the world (second is china). Indian postal service is run by Indian government. It is a part of Ministry of communications and information technology.


1.   The first post office in India was established by British East India company in Bombay in 1764.
2.   Postage stamps were first used in India in 1852 at district of scinde (also known as scinde dawk). On 1st October 1854, the first all India stamp was issued. Post independence, India's first postal stamp was issued on 21 November 1947. Independent India's first postal stamp depicted the picture of national flag of India. Mahatma Gandhi was the first person whose picture was depicted on free India's stamp (1948).
3.   India is divided into 23 postal circles. Each circle is divided into regions. Regions are also further divided into divisions and subdivisions. Beside 23 circles, there is also a base circle. Which provides postal services to Indian armed forces. Each circle is headed by chief postmaster general and region is headed by postmaster general.
4.   Pincode system was introduced in India on 15 August 1972 by Shriram Bhikaji Velankar. In 1880 money order service was first started.
5.   Indian pincode is six digits long. The first digit represents the region, second digit represents the subregion, the third digit identifies the district of the region and last three digits are assigned to the post offices.
6.   On 18 February 1911, world's first official airmail flight was started. World's highest post office is located in Hikkim, Himachal Pradesh, India ( height is 4,700 m).
7.  Due to the increase of digital services, Indian Post had terminated two important services - Telegram (in 2013) and Money order (in 2015).
8.   In 2008, Project Arrow was launched to reform the Indian Postal Services to make it more people friendly and digital.
9.   Beside postal services, Indian post offices also offers different financial services too.  

QUICK INFORMATION ABOUT POSTAL SERVICES
First Post Office of India
Bombay in 1774
Founder of Postal in India
 Governor General Lord Dalhousie
First postage stamp of India
 Sinde Dawk in 1852
First airmail
 From Allahabad to Naini in 1911
First Post office outside India
 Dakshin Gangotri, Antarctica in 1983
Postal staff collage
 Ghaziabad
Indian Postal Day
10th October

IMPORTANT YEARS OF INDIAN POSTAL SERVICES
Year
Event
1774
First post office of India was established in Bombay
1852
First postal stamp was introduced
1863
First Railway mail service was started
1879
First Post Card was introduced
1880
Money Order service was started
1911
Airmail service was started
1972
Pin code was adapted
1986
Speed Post service was started
2004
E post service was started
2008
Electronic Money order and Instant Money Order services were started

Sb Order No. 13/2017 : Revision of Interest rates for Small Savings

 


Admissibility of DA for inhouse Training (Postal Training Centers)

    

SB Order No.14/2017 : Printing of Passbooks in CBS Post Offices

 

    Postal Savings Schemes - Ready Reckoner


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Saturday, 30 September 2017

   CIRCLE UNION FORMATION DAY
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HAPPY TELANGANA    CIRCLE UNION AIPEU, Gr-C FORMATION DAY {30-09-2016 at ONGOLE}..... SREEDHARASWAMY, CIRCLE, SECRETARY.

డియర్  కామ్రేడ్స్, నేడు    అఖిల భారత తపాలా ఉద్యోగుల సంఘం గ్రూప్-సి    తెలంగాణా సర్కిల్ రాష్ట్ర సంఘ ఆవిర్భావ (30-09-2016) దినోత్సవము,రాష్ట్ర సంఘ సభ్యులకు  శుభాకాంక్షలు.ఈ రోజు విజయదశమి కావడం కూడా మన  అదృష్టం. కావున మన సంఘం విజయపథంలోకి దూసుకెళ్ళలని ఆలాగే మరింత బలపడి,  సభ్యుల  సమస్యలు పరిష్కరించబడాలని  కోరుతూ--     తెలంగాణా  రాష్ట్ర కార్యవర్గ సభ్యులు.....
     HAPPY DASARA TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF NFPE AFFILIATED UNIONS OF TELANGANA POSTAL CIRCLE



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Thursday, 28 September 2017

Happy Bathukamma To All The Members Of Telangana Postal Circle  

  

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  The Telangana state flowers festival of BATHUKAMMA celebrations have been inaugurated by PMG hqr.at Circle office Hyderabad on 27-09-2017.










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BATHUKAMMA CELEBRATIONS AT HYDERABAD GPO

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BATHUKAMMA CELEBRATIONS AT SECUNDERABAD HO




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100% AADHAAR LINKING OF GPF, PPF & EPF BY DEC, 2017 AND USING AADHAAR FOR PORTABILITY: DECISION OF CABINET SECRETARIAT MEETING
No. D-11011/36/2016- DBT (Cab.)
Govt. of India
Cabinet Secretariat
DBT Mission

Subject: Aadhaar linking and interoperability of General Provident Fund (GPF), Public Provident Fund (PPF) and Employees’ Provident Fund (EFF) accounts regarding.

A meeting was held under the chairmanship of Joint Secretary, DBT Mission, Cabinet Secretariat on 25th August, 2017 at 11:00 A.M in the Conference Hall, 4th floor, Shjvaji Stadium Annexe Building, Rajiv Chowk, New Delhi on the subject mentioned above. The list of participants isplaced at Annexure I.

2. Joint Secretary, DBT Mission welcomed the participants and stated that the objective of the meeting is to deliberate on Aadhaar linking of GPF, PPF and EPF accounts of employees, examine the possibility of a centralised repository of employees" fund details with Aadhaar as the primary identifier and establishing portability of fund accounts across organisations. He requested all stakeholders to share comments and suggestions in this regard.

3. Deputy CGA, Govt. Banking Arrangements, D/o Expenditure informed that an on-line salary application system, Employee Information System (EIS) is being developed within PF MS for implementation in all Drawing and Disbursing Offices (DDOS) and Pay Accounts Offices (PAOS) of Central Ministries. EIS is envisaged to be a central repository of details of all salaried employees, and it can also maintain details of GPF of government employees. He fiirther stated that at present, Aadhaar number is not a mandatory field in employee information records, due to which Aadhaar seeding may be low. it was discussed that if the employee data on E13 are linked with Aad’naar, it may serve the purpose of establishing interoperability of salary and GPF accounts across DDOs. It was highlighted that Railways and Defence departments are not covered under £18. An example of e-Samarth was cited, which is a centralised database of CRPP (Central Reserve Police Force) in MHA, which may be studied for this purpose. Dy CGA also mentioned that M/o Railways and Defence may also be consulted in this context.

4. Senior Audit Officer, Office of Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) of IndiaDelhi stated that at present, State AG (Auditor General) offices assign new GPF numbers to employees while moving across different FAQs and there is no centralized mapping system with Aadhaar as the primary identifier. JS. DBT Mission requested that the matter may be taken up with the Office of C&AG, with the concerned Dy C&AG to examine the possibility of mapping all State GPF subscribers across the country. It was suggested that the role of a third party such as NSDL to create and maintain this database may also be examined.

5. Assistant Director, D/o Posts stated that that presently, around 25 lakh PPF accounts out of 27.2 lakh accounts are on Core Banking Solution (CBS) network and these accounts are portable across Post Offices. It was informed that every PPF account is associated with a PPF number and a Customer Identification Form (CIF) number, which is a unique number that holds all personal as well as account related information of the customer. ideally, a customer can have one CIF number in one post office. though the customer can have multiple accounts under these numbers. It was further informed that Aadhaar linking with individual accounts and CIF numbers is being undertaken and 4.7 crore ClFs out of total 56 crore CIFs (which also include savings certificates, term deposit accounts, etc) have been seeded with Aadhaar. JS, DBT pointed out that Aadhaar seeding is very low in this case, and the Department may undertake necessary actions to expedite the same to achieve 100% seeding by December 31, 2017. It was further suggested that all PPF accounts and CIF numbers may be linked with Aadhaar and the Department may share its suggestions on establishing a common repository of all PPF accounts using Aadhaar as the identifier.

6. 
Deputy Director, M/o Labour & Employment stated the Universal Account Number (UAN) provides portability for the employees covered under EPF. It was informed that 14 crore out of 4 crore active subscribers’ records have been seeded with Aadhaar. It was discussed that this willenable portability of EPF accounts when the details of Bank Account, Aadhaar and PAN areseeded in UAN database of the employees and are verified by employer on change of job. It was suggested that Aadhaar seeding of all may be taken up priority.

7. Deputy Secretary, Budget, D/o Economic Affairs stated that a host of small saving schemes including PPF are Operated by post offices, public sector banks and select private secror banks and Aadhaar seeding is being undertaken in all these accounts. JS, DBT Mission enquired if the. Department is taking any initiative to have a centralised platform for all savings schemes, given that all banks use different systems and Operate in silos. It was discussed that the Department may examine the matter and share updates in this regard.

8. 
After detailed deliberations, the following were agreed upon.
i. All stakeholder Departments to ensure 100% Aadhaar seeding of GPF, PPF and EPF accounts by December 31, 2017.

ii. All Departments to examine the possibility of developing common platforms for their respective service subscribers/employees/account holders using Aadhaar as the unique identifier to ensure portability across the financial system.

iii. DBT Mission to hold a review meeting with senior officers of all stakeholder Departments in the second week of September. 2017 to discuss the issue further.

                                                                                                                                   
Annexure-I

No. D-11011/36/2016-DBT (Cab.)
Government of India
Cabinet Secretariat
DBT Mission 

4th Floor, Shivaji Stadium Annexe
Rajiv Chowk, New Delhi- 110001
Dated: 29th August, 2017

Subject: Aadhaar linking and interoperability of General Provident Fund (GPF), Public Provident Fund (PPF) and Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) accounts-regarding.
The undersigned is directed to forward herewith a copy of record of discussion of the meeting held under the chairmanship of Joint Secretary, DBT Mission, Cabinet Secretariat on 25.08.2017 at 11.00 AM on the subject mentioned above for information and further necessary action, please.

Sd/-
(Tulsipriya Rajkumari)
Assistant Director
DBT Mission

Employees' Provident Fund Organisation
(Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India)
Head Office
Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan, 14- Bhikaiji Cama Place, New Delhi - 110066
(CENTRAL ANALYSIS & INTELLIGENCE UNIT)
No.CAIU/011(44)2016/Aadhar/10273
Date: 22.09.2017
To
All ACCs (Zones) including ACC (ASD),
All RPFC-I/ RPFC 11 (Regional Offices),


Sub:- Aadhaar linking and interoperability of General Provident Fund (GPF), Public Provident Fund (PPF) and Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) -regarding.
Sir,
Please find enclosed herewith a letter No.D-11011/36/2016-DBT (Cab.) dated 29.08.2017 received from Assistant Director, Cabinet Secretariat, DBT Mission forwarding therewith record of discussions of the meeting held under the Chairmanship of Joint Secretary, DBT Mission on 25.08.2017, wherein it has been directed that all the Departments should ensure 100% of Aadhaar seeding by December 31,2017.

2. It is requested to implement the instructions issued by the Cabinet Secretariat, DBT Mission, New Delhi for seeding of Aadhaar by December 31, 2017.
[This issues with the approval of ACC-II (CAIU)].

Yours faithfully,
Encl: As above
(A.K. Mandal)
Regional P. F. Commissioner-I(CAIU)