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June 19, 2011

Revised Charter of Demands

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Post from CHQ blog is reproduced below:
On the basis of feedback received from CHQ Office Bearers / Circle Secretaries, CHQ has made some modifications in the charter of demands. Revised Charter of Demands is reproduced below for information of all members. This will be submitted to the Department shortly.
i. Up-gradation of Grade Pay of Inspector, Posts from Rs. 4200/- to Rs. 4600/- with effect from 01.01.2006 and merger of post of Assistant Superintendent, Posts with the post of PS Group “B” as both are having Gazetted status and difference in Grade Pay is only Rs. 200/-
ii. Implementation of the recommendations of Second CRC and restructuring of Inspector, Posts cadre as an Inspector is getting promotion in P.S. Group “B” only after 24 to 26 years of service in Inspector, Posts cadre. 
iii. There are 866 posts in PS Group “B” cadre. At present 75% posts i.e., 649 are filled through DPC on the basis of seniority cum fitness. 19% posts i.e., 165 are filled through LDCE among IP line officials and 6% i.e., 52 are filled through LDCE among General Line officials. Consequent upon the introduction of Postmaster cadre, there should be no change in 75% posts i.e., 649 posts through seniority quota. 87 posts of Senior Postmaster to be filled up through LDCE of IP line officials should be adjusted in 165 posts of existing examination quota of PS Group “B”.
iv. Consequent upon the introduction of Postmaster cadre, suitable amendment may be made in Recruitment Rules of PS Group “B” cadre revising quota of IP Line through seniority from 75% to 87%, IP Line through LDCE from 19% to 10% and General Line from 6% to 3%.
v. Supply of Laptops to all IPs/ASPs.
vi. 141 HSG I IP line posts may be re-designated as Assistant Superintendent Posts as it is a promotional for Inspector, Posts. 
vii. Revision of rates of remuneration for performing duty as Invigilators in the examinations.

viii. Promotion earned through examination should not be counted while granting MACP. 
ix. Holding of periodical meetings with the Association at regular intervals. No periodical meeting has been held since long time despite submission of agenda for the same. 

1 comment:

  1. Respected sir,
    I would like to bring your kind attention on Para (iv) of revised charter of demands .I have a question that seniors are eligible to Vacancies for PS Gr B in 75% and 19% both. Most of senior IP/ASPs are participating in LDCE every year taking even grade pay Rs. 4800 and have been selecting since starting also. While junior IPs are eligible only to vacancies for PSB in 19% and it is also correct that our seniors have more knowledge and experience than a junior and have more chances for selection. So why we are not demanding this ratio should be 50:47:3 in which seniors will be eligible for 97% vacancies and beneficial for both?


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