Thursday, January 22, 2015


Sub :-National Level Award for MGNREGS - regarding.

Please refer to this Directorate’s letter No.01-07/2003-RB dated 25.09.2014 on the above mentioned subject. In this connection it is informed that following 15 (Fifteen) officials have been selected for MGNREGA award by Ministry of Rural Development.

Sl. No
 Name of the officials
Shri Manoj Kumar Murmu
Branch Post Master
Shri Alpesh Shah
Asst. Supdt. Posts
Shri Niranjan Das
Branch Post Master
West Bengal
Shri Jagadish Prasad Yadav
Branch Post Master
Madhya Pradesh
Shri  Gokul S. Alokar
Branch Post Master
Shri Saurbh Shrivastava
Inspector Posts
Shri P.L. Pradhan
Sub Post Master
Shri M. Surya Srinivasa Sarma

Inspector Posts
0/0 PMG Vijayawada
Andhra Pradesh
Shri G.V.A.S.S. Purushotham
Sub Post Master
Andhra Pradesh
Shri D. Prakasa Rao
Branch Post Master
Andhra Pradesh
Shri Loknath Mandal
Branch Post Master
Shri Yugal Kishore Sahu
Branch Post Master
Shri Nirangan Pramod Gramopadhye
Asst. Supdt. Posts
Andhra Pradesh
Shri K Bhaskara Rao, 
SPM Kakumanu SO Guntur Dn 
Andhra Pradesh
Shri Md. Ramzan Ali
Branch Post Master
Andhra Pradesh
The award function will be held at Vigyan Bhawan ,New Delhi on 2nd February, 2015 on the occasion of MGNREGA Diwas. The awardees are advised to be present at the meeting at 9.00 AM on 1st February, 2015 (Sunday) at Krishi  Bhawan, New Delhi and also to take part at the Rehearsal on the same day at Vigyan Bhawan. On03.02.2015, the Awardees have to attend Dak Bhawan also. Kindly ensure that all the awardees will reach New Delhi on 31.01.2015 itself.

3.    The concerned Circles should make arrangements for their travel to Delhi and back and bear the cost for the same including those in GDS category.
4.  Delhi Circle will make arrangements for their boarding and lodging at Delhi (including food bills ),   as well as pick up  arrangement and drop to the place of accommodation from their point of arrival in Delhi. Delhi Circle will meet the above expenditure within the funds allotted for the purpose vide letter no. 01-04/2014-RB dated 16.07.2014.
5.  Kindly intimate the travel programme and contact numbers of all the officials immediately by e-mail. Contact persons of RB Division are: Shri K.K. Devis, ADG (RB) - 09560479799, and Shri Ajit Kumar, ASP (RB) – 9582425999.
      This is issued with the approval of the competent authority.
ADG (Rural Business Division)

SB Order 02/2015: Introduction of new scheme "Sukanya Samriddhi Account" under Small Savings Scheme from 22.01.2015.

Under the scheme, the account can be opened from the birth of the girl child till she attains the age of 10. A girl child who attained the age of 10 years, one year prior to notification, will also be eligible. The account can be opened by an amount of Rs 1,000 and in a financial year investment ceiling is Rs 1.5 lakh. The child can close the account earliest at the age of 21 years with option of keeping the account till marriage.

For the current financial year, this would work out to 9.1%. For the sake of simplicity, the manner of interest calculation would be similar to public provident fund (PPF).

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

శ్రీమతి పౌలినమ్మ గారు ది .21.01.2014 న దివంగతులైనారు

మన గుంటూరు హెడ్ పోస్ట్ ఆఫీసు లో అసిస్టెంట్ పోస్ట్ మాస్టర్  గా పనిచేస్తూ 30-06-2014 న రిటైర్ ఐన  శ్రీమతి పౌలినమ్మ గారు  ది .21.01.2015 న దివంగతులైనారు . వారి కుటుంబానికి ప్రగాడ సానుభూతిని తెలియచేయుచున్నాము. ఆమె భౌతిక కాయాన్ని     గుంటూరు హెడ్ పోస్ట్ ఆఫీసు  కు తీసుకుని రాగ అందరు తమ సంతాపాన్ని తెలియచేస్తూ ఆమెతో తమ కున్న అనుభందాన్ని గుర్తుకు తెచుకున్నారు . 

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Etukuru felicitation photos

ది.20/01/2015 న ఏటుకూరు పోస్ట్ ఆఫీసు లో ఇటివల రిటైర్ ఐన శ్రీ నంచరయ్య గారికి మరియు  ఏటుకూరు పోస్ట్ ఆఫీసు లో పనిచేస్తూ  ఇటివలే   ప్రమోషన్ పొందిన ఇతరులకు సన్మాన కార్యక్రమం జరిగింది . దీనికి పోస్ట్ మాస్టర్ సుబ్బా రావు  గారు అద్యక్షత వహించారు . 

                                         కా. నంచారయ్య ను సత్కరిస్తున్న దృశ్యం 

                                           కా. సుబ్రహ్మణ్యం ను సత్కరిస్తున్న  దృశ్యం 


                                     కా. జయశీల  రావు ను సత్కరిస్తున్న  దృశ్యం

                                         కా. నాగూర్ బీ  ను సత్కరిస్తున్న  దృశ్యం

                                    కా. లక్ష్మి నారాయణ ను సత్కరిస్తున్న  దృశ్యం 


Telangana & AP Circle - Postman and MailGuard Direct Recruitment 2015

India Post (TELANGANA AND ANDHRA Postal Circle)

Click below link for notification and online apply :

Direct Recruitment of Postman/ Mail Guard-2015
The Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications &Information Technology of Government of India inviting applications from eligible candidates of  Telangana  and Andhra Pradesh states for the recruitment of Postman and Mail guard job posts for the vacancies of 2009 to 2012 in Andhra Pradesh postal.

Eligibility criteria and age limit

For applying the Recruitment of Postman and Mail guard central government jobs in Telangana and AP postal circle, candidates should have the educational qualification of SSC/ Matriculation from a recognized Board or University.

Candidate’s age should be between 18 – 27 years as on Feb 16, 2015(for general and unreserved categories). Candidates belongs to SC/ST/OBC/PH/Ex-Servicemen categories are eligible for age relaxation as per government orders. Upper age limit relaxable for candidates  belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes up to five years and for candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes up to three years & others in accordance with the instructions issued by the Government of India from time to time). Age relaxation for PH Persons and Ex Servicemen would be as per extant orders of Govt. of India issued from time to time.

Pattern & Syllabus of Examination:

The Applicants shall be subjected to an aptitude test with a total 100 marks covering the following subjects/topics. Aptitude Test will be  comprising following parts [A/B/C (i)/C (ii)].

The total duration of the aptitude test will be 2 hrs (120 minutes). There is no negative marking.
A General Knowledge (25 Marks with 25 Questions)
Topic: Indian Geography, Indian Culture & Freedom Struggle, Civics, Indian Economy, General Science, Current Affairs and Reasoning & Analytical Ability of 10th Standard.
B Mathematics (25 Marks with 25 Questions)
Topic : Percentages, Ration & Proportion, Profit & Loss, Simple Interest, Average, Discount, Partnership, Time & Work and Time & Distance
C. (i). English
Topic: Articles, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Tenses, Verbs, Synonyms & Antonyms, Vocabulary and Questions from a small unseen passage.
C (ii). Regional Language (Telugu) [25 Marks with 25 Questions]
 Telugu Grammar and literature

Selection Process:
The Minimum Qualifying Marks to be obtained in each part of Aptitude Test: -
OC: 10 Marks in each Part & 40 in Aggregate
SC/ST: 8 Marks in each part & 33 in aggregate
OBC: 9 Marks in each part & 38 in aggregate

The Final Merit list shall be prepared on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by the applicants in the Aptitude Test.

Selection Procedure: Based on the marks obtained in the Aptitude Test, a merit list of qualified candidates will be prepared in each Postal/RMS Division separately. As per the availability of vacancies as notified above, selection will be made in the respective unit based on the merit list among the candidates applied for that particular Division/Unit.

How to Apply?

Interested and Eligible candidates have to apply online by visiting website Candidates have to register their applications online carefully by filling instructions.

Important Dates

The last date for registration of applications online: Feb 16, 2015(23:59 hours)

For all other full details like vacancies, eligibility criteria, online application, application fee etc. candidates have to visit AP Post website

Fee Details: 

Cost of Application form Registration: Rs 100/-

Examination fee: Rs 400/-

The details of amount of fees to be paid by different categories are indicated in the following table:

1. All female candidates (OC/OBC/SC/ST)             Rs.100/-

2. Male candidates (OC/OBC)                                  Rs 500/- (Rs 100+400)

3. Male candidates (SC/ST)                                       Rs.100/-

4. All PH Candidates Both Male and Female             Rs. 100/-

5. Ex servicemen (OC/OBC)                                      Rs.500/-

6. Ex servicemen (SC/ST)                                          Rs.100/-

Date of Examination

The Details will be intimated through Hall permit.


Basic pay - Rs.6460

Grade Pay - Rs.2000

Dearness Allowance @ 100% - Rs.8460.00

House Rent Allowance @ 10% (BP+GP) - Rs.846.00

Transport Allowance (Rs.800+100%) - Rs.1600.00

Gross - Rs. 19366

7th Pay Commission – Estimated Pay Scales shows substantial increase in salary for CG Employees

Hurry..! 7th Pay Commission’s report to be implemented on 01.01.2016

Estimated Pay Scales shows substantial increase in salary.

New Delhi, There is a good news for Central Government employees that 7th Central Pay Commission’s report will be implemented with effect from 01.01.2016. Central Government employees are expecting merger of dearness allowance, increase in other allowances such as house rent, children education allowances etc. with the implementation of this report.

With the beginning of 2016, pay scales proposed by 7th pay commission will be implemented. Our reports suggests that expected pay structure would be similar that we have produced. If this happens then there would be three times jump in the salaries of central government employees.

7th pay commission has reiterated that ratio between the minimum and maximum pay scales proposed by 6th pay commission was 1:12. It has also reiterated that there are lots of anomalies left, after the implementation of 6th pay commission and those anomalies will certainly be taken care of. It is expected that ratio between the minimum and maximum pay would be 1:13. This will certainly be anoying factor for employees unions.

Employees unions are studying estimated pay scales and would certainly be registering its suggestions soon.

Till date central government has notified six pay commissions before notifying seventh in February 2014. First central pay commission was notified in 1946, second CPC in 11957, Third CPC in 1970, Fourth CPC in 1983, Fifth in 1994 and sixth in 2006.

Report of sixth pay commissoin was implemented w.e.f. 01.01.2016. Sixth pay commission had proposed many newthing such as children education allowance and transport allowance.

It further prposed increase in all allowances by 25% with the increase in dearness allowance to 50% to counter rising inflation. It had also proposed two year child care leave for women employees. These measures were widely welcomed by central government employees. These measures were widely welcomed by central government employees. 6th pay commission had also proposed to modify assured career progression scheme and introduced Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACP).

Now central government employees are expecting modification in allowances and schemes. Employees are expecting increase in house rent, children education allowance, transport allowance and other allowances. Employees are also expecting that currency of Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme will be reduced to five years from 10 years. Employees unions are demanding upgradation in grade pay after five years, if the employee doeno’t get the benefit promotion in five years time.

Central government employees are also expecting that 7th pay commission would recommend permanent solution to merger of dearness allowance with basci pay if it crosses 100% mark.

Employees are also expecting increase in annual increment from 3% to 5%. One bone of contention for central government employees is Grade pay Rs. 5400. This grade pay falls both in PB-2 and PB-3. Employees are expecting increase in grade pay Rs.5400 which falls in PB-3 so that on promotion employees get increase in grade pay along with increase in increment @5% (current increment is 3%).

City compensatory allowance was stopped by 6th pay commission. Employees’ unions wants that city compensatory allowance be restored according to the class of cities.

Expectations are very high let’s see how much 7th pay commission fulfills those. But it is certain that 7th pay commission will bring cheers to around 80 lakhs central government employees and pensioners.


Tuesday, January 13, 2015

అందరికి సంక్రాంతి శుభాకాంక్షలు

అందరికి సంక్రాంతి శుభాకాంక్షలు 





To all General Secretaries of NFPE and FNPO Unions.

DOP has fixed meeting for discussion on PJCA Charter of Demands on 05th February, 2015. In this connection a meeting of PJCA will be held at NFPE Office North Avenue New Delhi on 04th February, 2015 at 4P.M.

 All are requested to attend the meeting in time.
R.N. Parashar S/G NFPE & D. Theagarajan S.G. FNPO