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Wednesday, 21 September 2016

No separate rail budget from next fiscal; Union Budget early



New Delhi, Sept 21 :  Ending 92-year-old tradition, the Cabinet today decided to merge rail budget with the general budget and agreed in-principle to advance the date of its presentation in Parliament from the usual February end.


The actual date for presentation of the general budget for 2017-18 will be decided by the government after taking into account the ensuing assembly elections, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said while briefing the media about the Cabinet decisions.

The Cabinet has also decided to do away with the Plan/ Non-Plan expenditure classification in Budget 2017-18 and replace with 'capital and receipt'.

The government, Jaitley said, was in favour of advancing the budgetary exercise to that it could be completed before March 31 and expenditure on public-funded schemes could begin from April 1.

He said: "While we in-principle are in favour of advancing the budget date and finishing the entire financial business before March 31...the actual dates will be decided after consultations depending on calendar of the state elections."

The government, he added, is keeping itself in a "state of readiness" to advance the Budget presentation.

As per tradition, the Budget is presented on the last working day of February. A separate railway budget was started by the British in 1924.

Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said the Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) will provide provisional Advance Estimates of national income or GDP by January 7 so that the data can be incorporated in preparation of Budget.

The provisional advance estimates, he hoped, would be in line with the one normally released by February 7.

Das said the government will issue Budget circular in a day or two.

Rail Minister Suresh Prabhu said the merger of rail and general budgets will not impact the functional autonomy of the railways but help in enhancing capital expenditure."One single budget will mean railway and general budget will work in harmony," Prabhu said, adding Railways will not have to pay dividend to the Government. :

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

No. CONF/SECTT/2016-19                                                                      Dated - 23.08.2016

NOTICE

            It is hereby notified that the National Secretariat meeting of the Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers will be held on 30thSeptember, 2016 (Friday) at 10.30 AM at NFPE office, New Delhi (North Avenue Post Office building). All CHQ office bearers of Confederation and Women Sub Committee office bearers (not women sub-committee members) are requested to attend the meeting in time. The following shall be the agenda of the meeting.

AGENDA

1.    Review of the 25th National Conference of Confederation held at Chennai from 16th to 18th August 2016.
2.    Review of the National Women’s Convention held at Chennai on 17th August 2016.
3.    Review of the 2nd September 2016 General Strike – Campaign conducted and percentage of participation of membership in the strike in each organization/State.
4.    Review of the progress made in settlement of NJCA Charter of Demands including increase in minimum wage and fitment formula as per assurance of Group of Ministers.
5.    Finalization of dates and charter of demands of Confederation for implementing the agitational programmes decided in the 25th National Conference.
6.    Issues relating to the affiliated organisations.
7.    Financial Review.
8.    Any other items with permission of the chair.

Yours faithfully,

(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General

To

            1. All National Secretariat Members (Office Bearers)
            2. Office Bearers of the Women’s Sub Committee

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

LTC Rules to Visit J&K, NER and A&N.

   DOPT issued order on 19.09.2016 regarding extension of the scheme to travel by air to North East Region (NER) , Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and Andaman & Nicobar Islands (A&N) for a further period of two years, w.e.f. 26th September-2016. To view the order, Click Here.

SEPTEMBER 19th – MARTYRS DAY OBSERVED

Central Government employees under the banner of Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers, observed September 19th as “MARTYRS DAY” at many places.
On 19th September 1968, entire Central Government employees went on nationwide strike for one day, demanding Need Based Minimum Wage, unanimously approved and recommended by the 15th Tri-partite Indian Labour Conference held in 1957. The Central Government banned the strike declaring as illegal and promulgated Essential Services Maintenance Ordinance (ESMO) and military and para-military forces were pressed into action to sternly deal with the strike. Inspite of all these, about 36 lakhs Central Government employees participated in the strike. Thousands of employees were arrested and sent to jail. More than 40,000 (forty thousand) employees were suspended, dismissed, terminated from service, chargesheeted and transferred to far off places. Government unleased brutal repressive measures including Lathi charge and firing against the striking employees, at Pathankot, Bikaner, Jorhat Assam, Indraprastha Bhawan Delhi etc. Seventeen Central Government employees were murdered. We are celebrating every year September 19th as Martyrs Day, remembering the greatest sacrifice of seventeen comrades and paying respectful homage to them.
(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General

Confederation

Saturday, 17 September 2016

DoP plans to recruit around 55,000 GDSs through online mode in November: B.V Sudhakar

The Departments of Posts plans to recruit around 55,000 Grameen Dak Sevaks through online mode in November, B.V Sudhakar, Secretary, Department of Posts, said.


Addressing a Press Conference here on Friday, Sudhakar informed that the software required for online recruitment is at the testing stage and the online method will ensure transparency in this recruitment.

In order to address the grievances of the postal customers, the National Service Call Centre - 1924 - was launched on September 12, 2016. Customers can call from any network to this number and they will be given a unique 11-digit ticket ID to check the status of their complaint. Nearly 98 per cent grievances and complaints were resolved, he said in a statement.

Post Payment Bank

Explaining about the Post Payment Bank, he said the focus will be on Government to customer services by providing services like Direct Benefits Transfer, which could also be helpful in the financial inclusion. There will be no lending to the customers and deposits can be made up to Rs. 1 lakh.

Total 650 branches of post payment bank will be set up by May 2017 and nearly one lakh employees will work on this set up, he added.

Solar power

Sudhakar also informed to harness solar power, 4000 Postal buildings across country will utilize solar power in the coming days. To start with Postal Department headquarters at New Delhi will install Solar Power panels which can save up to Rs. 17 lakh of monthly power bill.

The business across Postal services registered growth with 3.8% growth in unregistered postal traffic, 6% in registered posts, 7.3% in Speed Post, 6.8% in savings banks mobilization and 25% growth in Philately, during 2015-16 as against 2014-15, he said.

Postal Department achieved business of Rs. 14, 900 crore as against planned target of Rs. 14, 600 crore, he added.

Clarifications on 7th CPC orders are to be sought from nodal ministry i.e.Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure)

Clarifications on the issues arising in connection with the implementation of 7th CPC rules i.e. CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 are to be referred to nodal ministry i.e. Ministry of Finance(Department of Expenditure) as per the provisions contained at Para No.17 of Gazette Notification dated 25.7.2016 issued by the Government of India.

1) Here I would like to make a mention that as per the Para No.17 of Gazette Notification dated 25.7.2016 issued by the Govt. relating to 7th CPC orders, it is clearly mentioned that “if any question arises relating to the interpretation of any of the provisions of these rules, it shall be referred to the Central Government for decision”. Accordingly the queries relating to 7th CPC are to be referred through proper channel to the nodal ministry i.e. Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) for decision/clarification. 


2) Based on the clarifications, many of the officials are getting confused particularly about two issues. 

(i) Issue No.1:- Whether the officials who were promoted/granted financial up-gradations under MACPS between the period from 2.1.2016 to 30.6.2016 can opt to switchover to new pay structure from the date of their next increment in old pay structure (i.e. 1.7.2016) or not. 

(ii) Issue No.2:- Whether the officials who were due to get their promotion/financial up-gradation under MACPS after the date of issue of 7th CPC notification (i.e. 25.7.2016) can opt to continue in old pay structure till they earn any subsequent increment in the old pay structure (i.e. 1.7.2017, 1.7.2018 etc.) or not.

(A) Discussion on Issue No. 1:- Here it is to mention that there are two provisions available below Rule 5 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016. The 1st proviso to Rule 5 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 allows the Govt. servant to continue to draw pay in the existing pay structure until the date on which he earns his “next or any subsequent increment in the existing pay structure”. The2nd proviso to Rule 5 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 allows the Govt. servant “to switch over to the revised pay structure from the date of promotion or upgradation” where such promotion or upgradation was granted between 1.1.2016 to the date of notification (i.e. 25.7.2016). However the 2nd provision does not allow to switch over to revised pay structure in case promotion/upgradation is due on a date later than the date of notification (i.e. 25.7.2016). From a reading of these two provisions, there is no compulsion that the Govt. servant (who was promoted between 1.1.2016 to 25.7.2016) should necessarily switch over to revised pay structure from the date of promotion/upgradatioin only. As per the 1st provision, the Govt. servant can continue to draw pay in the old pay structure till the date of next increment (i.e. 1.7.2016) and can switch over to the new pay structure from 1.7.2016 by foregoing the arrears from 1.1.2016 to 30.6.2016. Here some wrong interpretations are also occurring on the basis of Explanation 1 below Rule 5 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016. The explanation 1 below Rule 5 is to be read in conjunction with the Memorandum Explanatory to Rule 5 of the CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 as mentioned at page 36 of Gazette notification dated 25.7.2016. It is clear from the Memorandum Explanatory to Rule 5 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 at page 36 of Gazette Notification dated 25.7.2016 that the condition of retaining only one existing pay band and grade pay or scale is applicable in cases where there are two or more promotions involved between 1.1.2016 to 25.7.2016. For example:- An official drawing G.P of Rs.2400/- got his 1st MACP to the G.P of Rs.2800/- in the month of 2/2016 and then he got another promotion (on account of passing in examination) to the G.P of Rs.4200/- in the month of 5/2016. Then, he cannot retain both pay bands & grade pay in old pay structure now. In such case the official has to switch over to the new pay structure either from 1.1.2016 or from the date on which he got 1st MACP (i.e. 2/2016) and then his pay on promotion to the G.P. of Rs.4200/- will be fixed in revised pay structure only. The rule is required to be applied in true spirit and there should not be any ambiguity in allowing the Govt. servants who got only one promotion/upgradation between 1.1.2016 to 30.6.2016 to exercise option to switch over to new pay structure by continuing in old pay structure up to the date of next increment in old pay structure i.e. 1.7.2016.

(B)Discussion on Issue No. 2:- Here it is to mention that the 1st proviso to Rule 5 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 allows the Govt. servant to continue to draw pay in the existing pay structure until the date on which he earns his “next or any subsequent increment in the existing pay structure”. The 2nd proviso to Rule 5 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 allows the Govt. servant “to switch over to the revised pay structure from the date of promotion or upgradation” where such promotion or upgradation was granted between 1.1.2016 to the date of notification (i.e. 25.7.2016). However the 2nd provision does not allow to switch over to revised pay structure in case promotion/upgradation is due on a date later than the date of notification (i.e. 25.7.2016). From a reading of these two provisions, it is clear that the Govt. servant can continue to draw pay in the existing pay structure till the date of earning subsequent increment in the existing pay structure. The Govt. is well aware of the fact that only one increment i.e. on 1.7.2016 was drawn to all the Govt. servants in the old pay structure as on the date of issue of Gazette notification dated 25.7.2016. If the Govt. does not want to allow Govt. servants to continue in old pay structure after the date of notification i.e. 25.7.2016, then the word “subsequent increment” should have been deleted in the Gazette notification dated 25.7.2016 in Rule 5 as well as in the option form also. Thus in my opinion the Govt. servants can also switch over to the new pay structure from the date of their earning subsequent increment by foregoing the hike in salary as per 7thCPC orders from 1.1.2016 to the date opted by the Govt. servant i.e. 1.7.2017, 1.7.2018 etc.

3) It is also mentioned at Para No.16 of Gazette notification dated 25.7.2016 that the President can dispense with or relax the requirements of the rules provided the operation of all or any provisions of the 7th CPC rules causes undue hardship in any particular case. As such, if any doubts are raised relating to the issues in implementation of 7th CPC orders which are in the nature of causing undue hardship to the officials, then such issues are to be taken up through proper channel with the nodal ministry i.e. Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) for decision/clarification to avoid loss to the Govt. servants. 

source;PO Tools

Clarifications required as to Pay fixation on promotion from DNI in 7th CPC scales.


Clarification is required as to the pay fixation on promotion under FR-22(I)(a)(1) consequent on implementation of 7th CPC rules i.e. CCS(RP) Rules, 2016.

  1. The fixation of pay in case of promotion from one Level to another in the revised pay structure was notified at Para No.13 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016. Further, the method of arriving the next increment in revised pay structure was also notified at Para No.10 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016(Illustration). But as per the provisions under F.R-22(I)(a)(1), the Govt. servant can opt for fixation of his pay either from the date of promotion or from the date of his next increment. But the CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 are silent on the method of fixation of pay when the promoted official has exercised option for fixation of pay from the date of his next increment and what pay has to be drawn for the period from the date of promotion to the date of next increment. For example:- If any official is promoted in the month of 3/2017 and opted for fixation of pay from the date of promotion, his pay will be fixed in the promoted level in the manner prescribed in Para No.13 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 and further increment will be drawn on 1.1.2018 as per Para No.10 of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016. But if the official opted to fix his pay from the date of his next increment i.e. 1.7.2017, then how the pay is to be fixed on 1.7.2017 and what pay is to be drawn from 3/2017 to 30.6.2017 is not mentioned in the CCS(RP) Rules, 2016. This issue needs to be clarified by the nodal ministry i.e. Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) since similar clarifications were earlier issued at the time of 6th CPC implementation vide O.M.No.1/1/2008-IC dated 13.9.2008.
  2. As per the provisions of FR-22(I)(a)(1), split option has to be submitted by the officials within one month of promotion. Some of the employees, promoted before 1.1.2016 as well as after 1.1.2016 but before notification of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016, had opted for their pay fixation on promotion from the date of their next increment which was falling after 1.1.2016 in the 6th CPC pay structure/rules. Consequent up on implementation of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016, the option submitted by a number of employees turned to be disadvantageous. Whether such employees may be allowed to revise their options under FR-22(I)(a)(1) as per the provisions contained in DoP&T O.M.No.16/8/2000-Estt.(Pay-I) dated 25.2.2003.

Revised vacancies of Postmen/mailguard in Odisha circle for the year 2016-17


Holding of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for filling up the posts of Postman / Mail Guard for the vacancies for the year 2016-17 as per revised recruitment rules and revised syllabus.

Department of Posts, India
Office of the Chief Postmaster General
Odisha Circle, Bhubaneswar-751001.
No. RE/30-22/2016,                                    dated at Bhubaneswar    12th  September,2016.

To                                                                                  
The PMG, Berhampur Region / Sambalpur Region 
All SSPOs/ SPOs in Odisha Circle
All SRMs/SSRM in Odisha Circle
Sub :   Holding of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for filling up the posts of Postman / Mail Guard for the  vacancies for the year 2016-17 as per revised recruitment rules and revised syllabus.
        I am directed to intimate that the above said Examination is scheduled to be held on 23.10.2016 (Sunday) as per the revised recruitment rules i.e. the Department of Posts (Postman and Mail Guard) Recruitment Rules, 2010 as amended from time to time and as per revised syllabus. The  detailed time schedule for holding the examination is as follows:
1.    Time schedule of the Departmental Examination for promotion to the cadre of Postman/ Mail Guard
Activity
Date /Time
Last  date for submission of application by candidates in the prescribed proforma to immediate controlling authorities concerned
30.09.2016
Last date for receipt of applications at Divisional Office from controlling authorities
03.10.2016
Date of submission of proforma report with number of candidates to appear in the Examination to CO/RO by Divisions
06.10.2016
Issue of Admit cards by Divisions
13.10.2016
Date of Examination at CO/RO HQ
23.10.2016(Sunday)
Timings of Examination
10.00 AM to 12.00 AM
2.   Method of filling up of the vacancies :-
            As per the Department of Posts (Postman and Mail Guard) Recruitment Rules, 2010, Column (11) (a) & (b)  and 12 (i) & (ii) circulated vide CO letter No.RE/30-13/1975(Rlg)/Corr dated 02.02.2011 & Department of Posts(Postman & Mail Guard) Recruitment(Amendment) Rule 2012 circulated vide CO letter No.RE/30-13/75(Rlg)/ corr. dated 19.07.2012.
3.            Eligibility  condition to apply for the Examination  :-   
For Postman:

(i) Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) of the recruiting Division with three years regular service in the grade including service put in, if any against an erstwhile Group-D post on regular basis as on 1.4.2016 with satisfactory record of service are eligible to appear in the Departmental Examination for promotion to Postman  cadre (against 50% of vacancies).
(ii) Gramin Dak Sevaks of the recruiting Division who have worked for at least five years in that capacity as on 01.04.2016 are eligible to appear in the Departmental Examination for promotion to the cadre of Postman (against 50% of vacancies).
For Mail Guard:

(i) Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) of the recruiting Division with three years regular service in the grade including service put in, if any, against an erstwhile Group-D post on regular basis as on 1.4.2016 with satisfactory record of service are eligible to appear in the Departmental Examination for promotion to Postman/ Mail Guard  cadre (against 25% of vacancies).
(ii) Gramin Dak Sevaks of the recruiting Division who have worked for at least five years in that capacity as on 01.04.2016 are eligible to appear in the Departmental Examination for promotion to the cadre of Postman/ Mail Guard (against 25% of vacancies).
            The age limit of Gramin Dak Sevaks  for appearing in the LDCE for promotion to the cadre of Postman / Mail Guard shall be 50 years as on 01.04.2016 (Relaxable for those belonging to Schedules Caste/ Scheduled Tribe upto five years and for those belonging to  Other Backward Castes upto three years).
4.         Educational Qualification:
      No educational qualification is prescribed for direct recruitment on the basis of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination.
5.        Vacancies

      The vacancy position for the years 2016-17 for Postman and Mail Guard is at Annexure-IV. The vacancy position may also vary depending on mistakes being detected and reported by the units subsequently. 
6.    General Conditions:
(i)            The Departmental Examination shall be common for both MTS and GDS.
(ii)           Reservation benefit as applicable to SC/ST/OBC/PH will be provided in case of recruitment of GDS to the cadre of Postman/ Mail Guard etc.
(iii)          The Departmental Examination may also be conducted for the Divisions where no vacancies are declared. The cases of candidates of such Divisions will be considered as per rules.
(iv)         There will be no limit to the number of chances allowed to an MTS (Group-C) official or GDS for appearing the Postman/Mail Guard Examination provided he/ she is within the prescribed age limit (Directorate letter No. 44-31/87-SPB-I dated 28.8.90).
(v)          The heads of the Unit/ Division will call for the applications in the prescribed proforma (enclosed vide Annexure-I), scrutinize those applications as per Department of Posts Postman/Mail Guard Recruitment Rules, 2010 & Department of Posts Postman/Mail Guard Rectt(amendment) Rules, 2012 and then issue Admit Cards to the eligible candidates by the scheduled date(13.10.2016). A specimen copy of the proforma for issuing  Admit Cards  is enclosed in Annexure-II. The candidates should also be instructed to submit two copies of recent passport size photographs duly attested along with their applications duly filled in the prescribed proforma.
(vi)      One copy of the photograph will be pasted on the application form at the space provided for the purpose and another photograph to be used at the time of issue of Admit Card.
 6.    A list of candidates separately for Departmental candidate and GDS should be prepared in the prescribed proforma enclosed as Annexure-III and the same should be submitted to this office by the scheduled date.  The name of the Departmental candidates as well as GDS should be furnished in separate proforma report in order of their seniority in their respective post/ cadre. At the end of the list in the proforma report  a summary should be drawn as follows :
(i)            Total no. of  Departmental candidates  - (MTS) applied for examination.
  (a)Total no. of Departmental candidates permitted to appear the Examination.
(b)Total no. of Departmental candidates not permitted to appear the Examination.
(ii)         Total no. of  GDS applied for the examination.
(a)Total no. of GDS permitted to appear the examination.
(b)Total no. of GDS not permitted to appear the   examination.
7.         The Examination will be conducted at the HQ  of three Regions in the Circle. The Officer nominated by CO/RO will conduct the examination as per schedule.
8.         The pattern and syllabus for examination
The pattern and syllabus for examination to fill up the posts of Postman & Mail Guard by promotion on the basis of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination by promotion from amongst MTS & Direct Recruit from amongst GDS will be as per revised syllabi and pattern issued vide Directorate letter NO.45-14/2012-SPB-I dated 17.01.2014 circulated vide CO letter No.RE/30-13/75(Rlg)/Corr/Ch-III dated 24.02.2014 and as follows.  The qualifying marks will be as mentioned in the annexure to the Directorate letter No. 45-14(ii)/2012-SPB-I dated 31.07.2012 circulated vide CO letter No. RE/30-13/75(Rlg)/Corr dated 18.09.2012
Papers
Subject
Day and Date
Time of Examination
Duration
Part ‘A’- 25 marks- 25 Multiple Choice Questions
General Knowledge, Reasoning and Analytical ability
23.10.2016 (Sunday)
10.00 AM
to
12.00 AM
120 minutes
Part ‘B’- 25 marks- 25 Multiple Choice Questions
Mathematics
Part ‘C’-Segment(i)- 25 marks- 25-Objective Type /Multiple Choice Questions
English language
Part ‘C’-Segment(ii)- 25 marks- 25-Objective Type /Multiple Choice Questions
Regional language (Odia)
a.    The Centre Supervisor nominated by Circle Office / Regional Office will select venue for the examination and will intimate to the respective Divisional units before the scheduled date for  issue of Admit Cards.
a)    The examination will be conducted by Centre Supervisors strictly in accordance with the rules and regulations as contained in appendix-37 of P & T Manual Vol. IV.
b)    At the conclusion of the examination the Centre Supervisors concerned will arrange to send the following reports/ documents to the undersigned immediately for further action.
i)              Statement of candidates permitted to appear the examination.
ii)             Necessary  certificate of the Centre Supervisor and the Invigilators.
iii)            Diagram of the sitting arrangement in the examination hall.
               The  contents of this letter may please be circulated among all concerned at once including APS candidates, if on deputation to APS and applications from them should be called for accordingly in the prescribed proforma vide Annexure-I.
        The Divisional  Heads are requested  to notify the community wise vacancy of their Divisions  along with this notification.
     
      Receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.
Encl : As above
(K.P.Parida)
Asst. Director (Recruitment)
For CPMG, Odisha Circle
Bhubaneswar-751001

Copy of this letter is issued for information and necessary action to:

1.    The ADG (DE), Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi-110001 for kind information w.r.t letter No. A-34012/01/2016-DE dated 08-03-2065.
2.    The Officer In-charge, P & T Administrative Cell, C/o 56 APO and also C/o 99 APO
3.    The APMG (Vig), C.O, Bhubaneswar.
4.    All Circle Secretaries of recognised Service Unions / Associations in Odisha Circle.
5.    The AD(Staff)/AD(Estt),C.O,BBSR.
Asst. Director (Recruitment)
For CPMG, Odisha Circle                                                                                                                              Bhubaneswar-751001
Annexure-I
           Proforma Application
      Passport size 
photo duly
 attested to be
affixed here
 
 

Application for appearing Postman/ Mail Guard Examination
to be held on 23.10.16 (Sunday)
(To be filled in by the candidate in his/her own handwriting)
1
Name of the MTS/ GDS in full (In Block Letter)
2
Community of the MTS/GDS (Whether SC/ST/OBC)
3
Present post held and office where working
4
Date of birth (as recorded in Educational Certificate/ Office record)
5
Age as  on 1st April 2016
6
Date of joining in the Department as GDS (For GDS only)
7
Whether completed a minimum of 5 years of satisfactory service as on 1st April 2016 (in case of GDS only)
8
Date of joining in the Department as MTS (Erstwhile Gr-D) on regular basis (in case of MTS only)
9
Whether  completed 3 years of regular service as on 1st April 2016[in the case of MTS  (Erstwhile Gr.D) only]
10
If the applicant is physically handicapped. If so, the required supporting document may be furnished.
11
Whether the GDS is willing to work anywhere in the neighbouring Division/Unit if he/she qualifies in the examination.
12
Centre for which applied for (Bhubaneswar for HQ Region/ Berhampur for Berhampur Region/ Sambalpur for Sambalpur Region)
13
Whether opts to answer in Hindi/ English

Declaration

         I do hereby declare that the information furnished by me above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Place __________________
Date ___________________
Signature of the applicant in full

Certificate to be furnished by the unit/ Sub-Divisional head

      Certified that the information furnished by the candidate/ applicant at Serial No. 1 to 10 have been verified with reference to their service records and are found to be correct. His/her records of service are found to be satisfactory/ unsatisfactory and hence his/her case is recommended/ not recommended.
Signature of Head of the Unit/ Division
 with date and office seal 

Annexure-II
Department of Posts, India
Office of __________________
                              Division


          Passport
size photo duly 
attested
to be
affixed here
 


Admit Card
To
            Shri / Smt./Ms._________________________
            __________________________________
            __________________________________
           
            No.___________________                                  Dated _________________
Sub : Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for filling up of  posts in Postman/ Mail Guard cadre scheduled to be held on 23.10.2016 (Sunday)
            You are hereby permitted to appear the above mentioned examination scheduled to be held on 23.10.2016 at __________________Centre.

1. Your Roll No. is ____________________

2. The Venue of Examination is ________________________________
3. The Time table of the examination is given below:
Papers
Subject
Day and Date
Time of Examination
Duration
Part ‘A’- 25 marks- 25 Multiple Choice Questions
General Knowledge, Reasoning and Analytical ability
23.10.2016 (Sunday)
10.00 AM
to
12.00 AM
120 minutes
Part ‘B’- 25 marks- 25 Multiple Choice Questions
Mathematics
Part ‘C’-Segment(i)- 25 marks- 25-Objective Type /Multiple Choice Questions
English language
Part ‘C’-Segment(ii)- 25 marks- 25-Objective Type /Multiple Choice Questions
Regional language (Odia)

4. You will be supplied in the examination  hall with blank answer books/ papers for writing your answers. You must bring your own pen and pencil only for the purpose.

5. You should bring this authority (Admit Card) signed by you and the signature duly attested by the Head of the office in which you are working and produce the same before the Centre Supervisor, failing which you will not be allowed to the Examination Hall.

At the close  of the examination, you should surrender this Admit Card to the Centre Supervising Officer.
Signature of the candidate
Attested
Heads of Office with seal
Signature of the authorities issuing Admit Card