Friday, 15 July 2016

1)Revised Citizen’s Charter of Department of Posts.
2)rregularities and misuse in availing Leave Travel Concession Guidelines to be followedClick here to  view the above in detail.
3)Selection process for engagement to all approved categories of GDS posts – Review thereof.Click here to  view 
PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WORKING WOMEN AT WORKPLACE - SENIORITY OF THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE COMPLAINT COMMITTEE - REGARDING(Click the link below to view)
http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/11013_2_2014-Estt.A-III-11072016.pdf

PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WORKING WOMEN AT WORKPLACE - SENIORITY OF THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE COMPLAINT COMMITTEE - REGARDING. (Click the link below to view)


WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2016

1)7th Pay Commission – Unions to put forth its demands strongly – NJCA leader’s Interview ot India TV on formation of 7th CPC High Level Committee by Govt

7th Pay Commission -  Shri. Shiva Gopal Mishra on India 24x7 ...

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2)Prevention of Sexual Harassment of working women at workplace – 
Seniority of the Chairperson of the Complaint Committee – regarding
3)The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Central government in a petition filed by the Indian Ex-Servicemen Movement seeking a declaration that non implementation of the One rank one pension scheme, violates Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution.Click here to  Read more

Monday, 4 July 2016


14th Circle conference of National Association of Postal Employees Punjab Circle held at Mohali today under the chairmainship of Sh.D.Kishan Rao General Secretary . The main agenda of the conference was to discuss the problems of postal emoloyees after the implementation of CBS regarding slow network speed non availability of proper infrastructure staff shortage . General secretary also ask the employees to be prepare for indefinite strike from 11 july against the insuffient 7th central pay commission


 On this occsssion circle body was elected for next 2 years in which Sh.Saurabh mittal from Jalandhar was elected as Circle President , Sh.Baljinder Singh was elected as Circle Secretary and Sh.Ravinder was elected as treasurer unanimously. S.Harpal Singh Maluka from Bathinda Dvn was elected as Sr.Vice President, Sh.Dharam pal singh from Jalandhar was elected as Asst.Circle Secretary and Sh.Chandan Kalra from jalandhar was elected as Vice President

Thursday, 30 June 2016


7th CPC – GOVERNMENT REJECTED ALL THE MODIFICATIONS SOUGHT BY THE NJCA

NO INCREASE IN MINIMUM PAY AND FITMENT FORMULA

HOLD PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS & RALLY IN FRONT OF ALL OFFICES 
NJCA will meet at 04:00 PM on 30th June 2016 to decide future course of action. Continue in full swing mobilization for indefinite strike from 11th July 2016



Disgruntlement at pay panel proposals

Written By Admin on Jun 30, 2016 | June 30, 2016


Confederation plans protest from Monday; many feel let down by the minimum pay proposed.


The Seventh Pay Commission recommendations did not receive an enthusiastic response from most government employees, with at least one employees’ federation threatening protests. Military officers said their real grievances had not been resolved.
The Confederation of Central Government Employees (CCGE) on Wednesday registered its protest against the recommendations, while civil services associations remained tight-lipped awaiting complete details.
The CCGE has threatened to advance the launch of an indefinite strike it planned from July 11 to July 4. “The government employees had demanded a minimum salary of Rs. 26,000 as against the Rs. 18,000 recommended by the commission,” said an official.
While the Indian Police Service Association did not issue any formal statement, an officer on condition of anonymity said: “What a pity that a few IAS officers decide the destiny of the civil services, treat commission reports so contemptuously, throw the progressive civil service reform agenda into the dustbin.”
Reacting to the government’s decision, a senior Indian Revenue Service official said the increase in salary was not as high.
An Army officer pointed out that overall the new matrix system would worsen the disparity between military officers and their civilian counterparts. “The last Pay Commission had any way dealt a bad blow to us. This has not only failed to repair the damage but will only worsen it,” he said, referring to the Non Functional Upgrade (NFU) that only the civilian officers enjoy now.
It is in the military that officers stagnate more than any service, because of the steep pyramid. However, we do not get the NFU, whereas civilian counterparts enjoy it,” he said.

Monday, 27 June 2016

NJCA Rally rightly warned Govt of Consequences if 7th CPC delayed further.

The NJCA congratulate the Central Government Employees for the massive and most impressive  rally and demonstration held before the Parliament house on 24th June 2016. It was a magnificent demonstration of the determination of the Central Govt Employees and workers to win their demands through struggle. The preparation for the indefinite strike action, commencing from 11 th July 2016, was reverberated throughout the rally which was an unending flow of workers at the parliament Street at Delhi. The rally has rightly warned the Govt of the consequences of dilly dallying decisions on 7th CPC recommendations any further. The rally has called upon the Govt to withdraw immediately the anti employee New Pension Scheme which in effect is a no pension scheme to workers after robbing of their hard earned wages. The Press Statement issued by the MCA after the rally is appended. 
The NJCA met today and came to the conclusion that the preparation for the strike has reached its peak and noted with great appreciation and gratitude that the workers at the grass root level have responded admirably well and beyond expectation. 
The meeting decided to call upon all its affiliates, its branches, State and District Level Units, in a bid to continue the momentum generated, to hold demonstrations, rallies etc in a I work places every day from July 10th July 2016.
The NJCA will meet regularly at Delhi to monitor the developments and shall communicate with the Units through its website. The meeting has advised the members of NJCA to be available at Delhi at a very short notice to keep pace with the preparations of strike and take appropriate decisions.
The NJCA thanks all leaders and workers once again for the vibrant mobilization and demonstration on 24th June 2016.