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Cadre Restructuring Proposal

Cadre Restructuring Proposal

Cadre Restructuring Proposal 
for 
Group -C 
Cleared 
by 
MOC & IT 

      The Cadre Restructuring for Group -C Employees has been signed by the Ministry and forwarded to DOPT for Final Approval on 13.05.2015.

       It is expected that the proposal would be approved by DOPT after various formality checks and clearance from Department of Expenditure of Ministry of Finance.

        Feature of Cadre Restructuring...

1. The Post of SPM in Single and Double Handed Post offices will be placed under 2800/- Grade Pay ie All LSG and  I MACP officials would man the offices.

2. The Post of SPM in Triple Handed and LSG Post offices will be placed under 4200/- Grade Pay ie All present HSG II / MACP II officials would man the offices and Posts.

3. The Post of HSG I and HSG II would be merged and placed under Grade Pay of 4600/- and be granted 4800/- on non functional basis after 4 Years.

4. The Post of Existing Postmaster Cadre officials will be modified in light of the same on approval of the Cadre Restructuring...

        The Present Postmaster Grade -I Offices are likely to be placed under the Grade Pay of 4200/- 
        The Grade I Posts are likely to  get ungraded to Grade II , creating wide opportunity for the Postmaster Cadre Official to get promoted to Grade II and Placed within the same division.
        The Present Grade II offices are likely to be placed under 4600/- Grade Pay creating more number of offices for HSG I and II officials.
        The Norms of the Postmaster Grade III Offices would be modified so as to identify 1/3rd of the merged HSG I and II  for Postmaster Grade

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Details of Post Offices identified for deployment of Postmasiers Grade-ll

Details of Post Offices identified for deployment of Postmasiers Grade-ll

(HSG-Il Post Offices)


1 Ambeioqai SO HSG-II MDG
2 Maialqaon SO HSG-II MDG .

3 ParliVainath SO HSG-II MDG

4 Nandurbar so HSG-II MDG T

4 Shahada SO HSG. CBS

6 Shirpur SO HSG- MDG CBS

oU Yeola SO HSG-II MDG

I Sinnar SO

10 Hinqoli HSG

rl Udqlr SO HSG.

12 Tasgaon SO HSG-

13 Jaysing pur SO H-CG-tI

14 Gadhinglaj ar\

15 Devrukh SO HSG-II MDG Yes Yes

16 Raiapur SO HSG-II MDG Yes Yes

17 Dapoli SO HSG-II IVIDG Yes Yes

18 Khed SO HSG-II MDG ves Yes

19 Kankavli SO }ISC-II MDG Yes Yes

./20 Dombiwali MDG bU HSG II 1\,1DG aDc

21 Bassein PO ')t) ilsc lt MDG CBS Tehsil

22 Chakala MiDC SO FISG II CBS i\'lum.city

23 Mazgaor-t SO HSG II \-oi) Murr.city

24 Waciala pO SO HSG II CBS Mum.city

25 Dellsle Rci SO HSG II CBS Mum.citv

26 Jacob circle SO HSG II t-D.> \lq r{v

Uq--!eU 27 Malabar Hill )(, H-SG II CBS

Amalner SO HSG. MDG CBS Tehsil Yes

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28 Tulsiwadi SO HSG II

29 N D Road SO HSG II CBS Mum.ciU

CBS Mum.city 30 J B Nagar SO HSG II

32 Khar PO SO HSG II CBS Mum.city

CBS Mum.city 33 Central Bldg

34 Taimahal PO SO HSG II

35 MG Road SO HSG II CBS Mum.city

Jb Jogeshwari

37 Kandiwali East SO HSG II CBS Mum.city

38 Dahisar SO HSG II CBS

39 t/ Bhiwandi SO HSG II CBS Tahsil

40v Kalyan RS PO SO HSG II CBS I ahstl

CBS Tahsil 41 Bhayender East SO HSG II

42 Dahanu Road SO HSG II CBS Tahsil

43 Karjat SO HSG II CBS Tahsil

CBS Navi Mum. 44 Kokan Bhavan SO HSG II

45 Murtijapur HSG II CBS Tehsll

46 Tainapeth HSG II t-u5

A7 L Jarora HSG II CBS Tehsil

4B Tumsar HSG II

49 Pulqaon HSG II CBS

5n Wani HSG II Tehsil

51 washim HSG II MDG tlist HQ

52 Gadchiroli HSG II MDG I

53 Sanqola SO HSG-II i Tahsil I Yes

54 Khadki Qr\ FISG-II I

I Yes 55 Market Yard

56 Barshi SO HSG-II I Tahsil I Yes

tr'7 K.oreqaon SO HSG.II I -

5B Baramati en HSG-II Tahsil I YES +

59 Phaltan e11 HSG Ii MDG Tahsil

60 S.P.Colleqe SO HSG II Yes

CBS Mum.city

Juhu SO HSG II

CBS Mum.city

SO HSG II

PO

CBS Mum.city

SO HSG iI CBS Mum.city

West

Pune SO HSG-II





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(HSG-I Post Offices)


1 Bhusawal Ho HO HSG I CBS Dist. HQ Yes

2 Beed HO HO HSG-I CBS Dist. HQ Yes

3 Chalisqaon HO HSGI CBS Dist. HQ Yes

4 Maleqoan HO HSG I CBS Dist. HQ Yes

5 Devlali SO SO HSG-I MDG CBS Taluka Yes

b Nashik Road

HO

7 Latur HO HSG-I CBS Dist. HQ Yes

6 Osmanabad 'HO HSG-I CBS D st. HQ Yes

a Parbhani HO HO HSG-I CBS Dist. HQ Yes

10 Mirai HO HSG-] Dist. HO Yes

11 Kolhapur Cifv HO HSG-] CBS Dist. HQ Yes i2 lchaikaranli HO HSG-I CBS Dist. HQ Yes

l3 Sawaniwadi HO tISG-1 Dist HQ Yes

14 Margao HO HSG-I CBS Dist. HQ Yes

15 Mapuca SO HSG.] MDG CBS Dist. HQ Yes

16 Vasco-da-Gama SO HSG-I MDG Dist. HQ Yes 1'7 Boriwali HO HO HSG I CBS Mumbai

1B Kalyan City HO HO HSG I CBS Mumbai

10 Paighar Ho HOI

20 Alpg'jg H=o-- HSG I CBS I Dist.HQ Yes

21 ParelMDG FiSG I ]VIDG CBS Mumbai

22 Vile Parle

RSPO MDG

23 Girgaon MDG SO HSG I lvlDc CBS Mumbai

HO HSG-I CBS Dist. HQ Yes

tjsc I CBS -I ehsil

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SO HSG i lviDG CBS l\,lum|:ai NO

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SO HSG I

MDG CBS Mumbai

24 MantralaYa

MDG

25 GhatkoPar

West MDG

zo Mulund West

MDG

27 Bhandup West

MDG

28 Rajawadi MDG SO HSG I MDG CBS

29 Motilal Nagar

MDG

30 Vashi MDG

HSG I ]vIDG CBS Taluka Yes 31 lPen MDG

Yes 32 lMandvi SO

frant Road SO HSG I

34 )rabhadevi SO

Andheri RSPO b{.-l

36 Azad Nagar PO SO

37 Bandra East SO

3B Santacruz West SO HSG I

eo Vile Parle West

Churchgate

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Citv 42

43 BoriwaliWest so I HSC| B5 lvlulllual

HSG I MDG

SO

HSG I

SO

HSG I MDG CBS Mumbai

SO

MDG

CBS Mumbai

CBS Mumbai

SO HSG I MDG

SO HSG I MDG CBS Navi

SO

HSG I CBS Mumbai

SO

CBS

CBS Mumbal

CBS Mumbai

mGt

HSG I CBS Mumbai

HSG I CBS Mumbat

HSG I CBS Mumbal

KandiwaliWest SO HSG I CBS Mumbai

Goregaon East

[mbernath SO HSG I CBS Taluka Yes

Buldana HO HSG -I CBS Dist.HQ

Chandpur GitY SO HSG -I Dist.HQ

Shankarnagar SO HSG -I

MF Bzr. SO HSG -I MKT.area

Bhandara HO HSG -I CBS Dist.HQ

!nndia HO HSG.I CBS Dist.HQ

avatmal HO HSG -I CBS Dist.HQ

Pandharpur HO HO HSG-I CBS Ybs Yes

Chinchwad East

Satara City SO SO HSG-I Yes Yes

Karad H.O. HO HSG-I Yes Yes

Shivaiinaqar SO HSG-I Yes Yes




Four Monthly Meeting with CPMG Maharashtra Circle

dear postmaster,

Our membrs will attend four monthly meeting with CPMG Maharashtra on 22/05/2015 to discuss the matters related with postmaster cadre. 

This is the first formal meeting with Hon. CPMG after the formation of our circle body.

Outcome will be published after the meeting

ROTATIONAL TRANSFER ORDER OF POSTMASTERS IN MUMBAI REGION

Department of Posts
O/O The Postmaster General
Mumbai Region, Mumbai – 400 001

No.: MRF/ STA/ 10-11/ Rot Tfr/PM Grade II /2015          Dated at Mumbai:             06   /04/2015.


                        Approval of the competent authority is hereby conveyed for rotational transfer of the following officials in Postmaster Grade - II cadre.

Sr No
Name
Present posting
Proposed Posting
Remark
1.
Shri R. S. Bhalerao
PM Gr II
Wadala Dely PO

SPM
Mazgaon Dely PO East Dn.
Against Vacant Post
2.
Shri M. M. Kolar PM
PM Gr. II
Taj Mahal PO
SPM
Central Bldg PO South Dn.
Against Vacant Post
3.



Shri A. S. Mhadase,
PM Gr II Dombivali MDG

SPM
Delisle Road PO
West Dn.
Against Vacant Post
4.
Smt A. R. Nimbalkar
PM Gr II
Konkan Bhuvan PO
SPM
Karjat PO
Navi Mumbai Dn.
Against Vacant Post


                        The SSPO’s/ SPO’s concerned will relieve the above officials immediately and direct them to join new place of posting.

                        Necessary charge report may be sent to all the concerned.


(Shyamla S.)
Asstt. Director Postal Services (I)
O/O the Postmaster General,
Mumbai Region, Mumbai-400001
Copy for information to:-
1.    The Chief Postmaster General, Maharashtra Circle, Mumbai 400001.
2.    The Director Mumbai GPO, Mumbai 400001.
3.    All the SSPO’s/ SPO’s of Mumbai Region.
4.    Officials concerned through divisional heads.
5.    O/C
6.    Spare.






Department of Posts
O/O The Postmaster General
Mumbai Region, Mumbai – 400 001


No.: MRF/ STA/ 10-11/ Rot. Tfr./PM Grade I /2015          Dated at Mumbai:              06/04/2015.


            Approval of the competent authority is hereby conveyed for rotational transfer of the following officials in Postmaster Grade - I cadre.

Sr. No.
Name
Present Division
Office of Posting
Remark
1
Shri M .N. Paradkar
PM GR I SPM Ambewadi PO
SPM
Thakurdwar PO
Mumbai South Dn.
Vice Shri S. B. Agre  Transferred
2
Shri S. B. Agre 
Gr I SPM Thakurwar PO
SPM
Ambewadi PO
Mumbai South Dn.
Vice Shri M .N. Paradkar
Transferred
3
Shri G .G. Sable 
PM Grade I SPM Dharavi PO
SPM
Worli Naka PO
Mumbai West Dn.
Against vacant Post
4
Smt U. U. Sawant
PM Grade I Nehru Nagar PO
SPM
Masjid PO
Mumbai East Dn.
Against vacant Post
5
Shri A.P.Ubale,
PM Grade-I Goregaon RS
SPM
Chaupati PO
Mumbai South Dn.
Against vacant Post
6
SHRI A S Sonawane
SPM OE Ambernath OE PO
SPM
Shahad PO
Thane Central Dn.
Vice
Smt Lija Ajeet Transferred
7
SHRI R A Huilgol
SPM Dombivali IA PO
SPM
Colaba Bazar SO
Mumbai South Dn.
Against vacant Post
8
SHRI K. S. Kolhe
SPM Kulgaon PO
SPM
Dombivali IA SO
Thane Central Dn.
Vice Shri R. A. Huilgol Transferred
9
SMT S. H. Jogdand,
SPM Katemanivali PO
 SPM
OE Ambernath SO
Thane Central Dn.
Vice Shri A. S. Sonawane Transferred
10
SMT Lija Ajeet,
SPM Shahad PO
SPM
Katemanivali SO
Thane Central Dn.
Vice Smt S H Jogdand Transferred

                        The SSPO’s/ SPO’s concerned will relieve the above officials immediately and direct them to join new place of posting.

                        Necessary charge report may be sent to all the concerned.

(Shyamla S.)
Asstt. Director Postal Services (I)
O/O the Postmaster General,

Mumbai Region, Mumbai-400001

MEANINGLESS GOALS

MEANINGLESS GOALS


A farmer had a dog who used to sit by the roadside waiting for vehicles to come around. As soon as one came he would run down the road, barking and trying to overtake it. One day a neighbor asked the farmer "Do you think your dog is ever going to catch a car?" The farmer replied, "That is not what bothers me. What bothers me is what he would do if he ever caught one." Many people in life behave like that dog who is pursuing meaningless goals.


Life is hard by the yard,
but by the inch,
it's a cinch.

--Gean Gordon

POSTMASTERS OF MAHARASHTRA FORMED A RECOGANISED BODY TO REPRESENT

THIS IS THE MESSAGE TO ALL POSTMASTERS OF MAHARASHTRA. A MESSAGE AFTER A LONG GAP BUT THIS WILL RAISE YOUR POSITIVITY TO CERTEN LEVEL. BE UNITED AND BE FLEXIBLE FOR THE HAPPENINGS FOR THE,OF THE BENEFIT OF US.

India Post has the potential to be the flyover that links India and Bharat.


India Post has the potential to be the flyover that links India and Bharat.


The New Indian Express 
Published: 11th January 2015 06:00 AM 

The legacy is unmatched—established by Lord Clive and developed by Warren Hastings, it began its operations first in Calcutta in 1774, followed by Madras in 1786 and Bombay in 1793.

It has the largest reach and touches the lives of Indians across six lakh villages. With over 1.55 lakh outlets, its branch network is larger than that of all the scheduled commercial banks which boast of 1.25 lakh branches.

In the 1830s, it booked journeys/seats on palkis, boats, cart or coach, carrying mail—and managed/operated dak bungalows and lodges.

In 1877, it offered the value payable parcel service—the early avatar of the cash on delivery system e-commerce consumers are starry-eyed about. In 1879, it created the WhatsApp of the times—the post card—for people to communicate. 

By 1880, it was insuring lives. By 1908, it served 635 of 652 states, was the money transfer agent for 321 treasury offices across districts and the agency ordinary people trusted to send money. By 1930, it created the postal order facilitating safe transfer for traders and travellers and was a fully functional savings bank.

It could be India’s largest logistics company. It is one of the largest retailers. With 320 million accounts and over Rs.6 lakh crore in deposits, India Post is larger than many large banks. It manages PPF accounts, savings instruments like NSC and KVP for millions and is ergo one the largest asset management companies. As an aggregator of small savings, it is among the biggest lenders to the government.

India Post has been there and done that.

Yet, successive governments refused to recognise the potential—to deploy its presence, reach and connectivity to deliver inclusion and catalyse growth. As early as in 2000, I had advocated the idea of India Post as a corporate conglomerate during the Vajpayee regime. In 2004, as GDP growth accelerated and India was back on the radar of global investors, I suggested (http://bit.ly/1DEYnud) the government corporatise India Post, divest its shares to Indians and institutional investors to raise funds to leverage its strengths.

 Since then, the world has moved on. The US Postal Service has been modernised. The Royal Mail Group of Britain restructured itself. China Post Group—again restructured for the modern world owns trucks, railway carriage and aircraft—boasts of revenues of $58 billion and is ranked 168 on the Fortune 500 list. Deutsche Post has been turned into a conglomerate with revenues of $75 billion with a market capitalisation of $38 billion and is ranked 110 on the Fortune 500 list. Japan Post Holdings—corporatised during the Koizumi regime—boasts of revenues of $152 billion, is ranked 23 on the Fortune 500 list and is planning to list its financial outfits to achieve an astonishing market capitalisation of around $ 81 billion.

 

India Post has the potential to be the flyover that links India and Bharat. It has the potential to accelerate savings through financial inclusion—using the KYC of address and the Aadhar number as a springboard, it could instantly host over 600 million accounts. It can be the real and virtual market platform for farmers—Amul II—that levels the asymmetry in distribution of perishables and boosts production to curb food price inflation. It can deliver both credit and insurance to small farmers and micro enterprises. It is also the ideal one-stop shop for government services. Every initiative will drive employment, income generation and growth.
The principal problem is one of approach—regime after regime has viewed India Post as a cost centre. India Post has the potential to be a huge income centre and more importantly a force multiplier for the economy. 

There is hope though. Finally, it would seem the idea of leveraging the potential of India Post is on the table. This week, the task force entrusted with sketching the modernisation of India Post delivered its report to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

The good news is that the task force has in its 181 recommendations suggested everything—well, almost—that we would want to hear. Under the new architecture, India Post will offer postal services, host a Post Bank, sell and market financial and insurance products, partner with e-commerce outfits and be the outlet for government services. 

The worry is that India Post will continue to be administered by a department. The structure that inhibits growth/metamorphosis will persist. The experience of Coal India, BSNL, MTNL or Air-India is hardly inspiring. The migration of India Post will be delayed, even detained, by the endemic affliction of incrementalism, of “phased plans” and “pilot projects”. 

India Post needs funds to leverage its reach and credibility. It also needs liberation from the sarkar. The argument is not about public ownership. It is about liberating institutions from political pelf, and instituting professional management. Why not create a national shareholding trust—that hosts India Post and all PSUs—answerable to Parliament?

Source : http://www.newindianexpress.com/columns/shankkar_aiyar/List-Leverage-and-Liberate-India-Post-from-Sarkar/2015/01/11/article2613400.ece