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Wednesday 31 December 2014

Regarding collection of Service Tax from all PLI / RPLI insurants w.e.f 01.01.2015 and change in mode of payment of Service Tax


Organization of PLI-cum-RPLI Mela at Divisional levels for the month of Jan-2015

भारतीय डाक विभाग
Department of Posts, India
मुख्य पोस्टमास्टर जनरल के कार्यालय
Office of the Chief Postmaster General,
ओडिशा परिमांडलभुबनेस्वर - 751 001
Odisha Circle, Bhubaneswar-751001

The PMG, Sambalpur/Berhampur Region
            All SSPOs/SPOs in HQ Region 

No.      LI/Misc-2/09-10 Ch.V Dated at Bhubaneswar-751001 the 24.12.2014. 

Sub:    Organization of PLI-cum-RPLI Mela at Divisional levels for the month of Jan-2015. 

It has been decided to hold one PLI-cum-RPLI Mela on 31.01.2015 (Saturday) in the month of Jan-2015. The contents of this letter may be widely circulated immediately among all concerned. 

Action Plan 

The SSPOs/SPOs will organize such Melas in the aforesaid date at any convenient place in his Division most suitably in the office premises of Sub-Division office or in any weekly Hats where people will be available for advertisement. ASP/IP I/C of Sub-divisions should remain present in such venues and number of participants must be restricted to the jurisdiction of Sub-Division.  

 Utilization of funds must not exceed Rs.20,000/- under any circumstances for the Division as a whole. The Chief PMG/DPS/DDM(PLI) may make a surprise visit to any one or many spots to assess the volume of business collected on the day.  


1.        Restricted number of Sales forces i.e. Direct Agents, Field Officers, PRI(P) and Departmental Employees of respective Divisions with good potential in Business.(With minimum Rs. 1Lakh Premium per DE/DA etc.)

2.        GDS BPMs/other GDS such as GDSMD/MC/ Mail man etc. who have previously shown good results in business and marketing of the Insurance product.(With minimum Rs. 10,000/- Premium per GDS/DA etc.) 

Arrangement for participants 

All the participants should be provided with 2 times tea and snacks. In order to restrict the expenditure occurred during Mela, sitting arrangement/ accommodation may be made in the office premises most preferably.   

Strategic action plan for achievement of target: 

1.             Each one of above sales forces should be strictly instructed to come with proposals for a minimum monthly premium income of Rs.10,000/- (Rupees Ten thousand only) preferably from High value policies (PLI and RPLI both) and those will be scrutinized/accepted by the IPOs/ASPs in the Mela itself and forwarded to the Divisional office by next day.

2.             The Sub-divisional Head/ Mail Overseers/ Direct Agent/ FOs including all Departmental staff who will participate in the Mela should be given individual target of procuring policies with minimum premium income of Rs.1 Lakh each from such policies (PLI and RPLI inclusive). 

3.             Effort should be made not to procure sick and ineligible policies to achieve the target. 

4.             (a)   Each BPM/GDS/DA (RPLI) staff should contact all the family members of all the villages and collect not less than Rs.10,000/- (Rupees Ten thousand only) premium income to be submitted at Mela.

         (b)   The Relationship Manager who have already been appointed by Divisions should visit their customers every week to settle all the pending works with them and procure further business as per the targets given to them by Divisional Heads.

5.             Similarly each DE/FO/DA(PLI) etc. will contact one Govt. office each to procure sufficient number of policies from the organisation which includes Govt./ PSU/ Banks/ Railways/ BSNL/ Schools etc. to achieve the target. 

6.             The process should start immediately so that the entire target will be achieved by date. 

7.             The GDS BPMs/MDs/MCs etc. who would attend such Mela will be on duty and will be permitted to come to venue by providing paid substitutes in their place. 

8.             A report in the following format may be submitted for PLI/RPLI to this office showing the business target achieved by your division, within 2 days of completion of Melas.

 A.   PLI

Name of the Division
Business obtained
No. of Policies
Sum Assured
Premium Income
Total Premium income
High Value
High Value
High Value

        B.   RPLI

Name of the Division
Business obtained
No. of Policies
Sum Assured
Premium Income
Total Premium income
High Value
High Value
High Value


1.    Since, each DE/DA (PLI) is required to procure PLI/RPLI policies, the number of high value PLI policies collected during this Mela should not fall short of total number of employees in the divisions.

2.   This is an opportunity to revive all the lapsed RPLI Policies by BPMs. The branch Post Offices may be instructed to revive lapsed RPLI policies under their jurisdiction.

3.   The Head Postmasters, MDG PMs, SPMs in general should ensure that all the office staff and BO staff submit maximum number of PLI/RPLI policies during Mela through them and all lapsed RPLI Policies in their BOs as per their office book of records stand revived. 

A wide publicity may be made throughout the division to make the mela a success.


Expenditure should be incurred under the Head PLI/RPLI Plan fund as allotted. Utilization of funds must not exceed Rs.20,000/- under any circumstances. Under no circumstances funds under Non Plan A&P be spent, when Plan funds are available with Divisions. Further, it is requested to sanction the expenditures of Mela within a week of holding the Mela.  

उप मंडल प्रबंधक(..आइ)/Dy Divisional Manager (PLI)
                                                                                             ओडिशा परिमांडल /Odisha Circle


Sunday 28 December 2014

Postal life insurance limit hiked to Rs 50 lakh

New Delhi, December 25
To mark the Good Governance Day, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today announced that the limit of postal life insurance has been raised from Rs 20 lakh to Rs 50 lakh, besides launching one-month rental-free MTNL broadband and landline combo plans on new bookings.
The 21 schemes he announced also included support for international patent protection in electronics and an Internet-based real-time system to provide eServices in rural India.
December 25 is being celebrated across the country as Good Governance Day, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said was ushered in by the previous NDA regime led by Atal Bihar Vajpayee and is being carried out in this government. It also coincides with Vajpayee’s birthday.
“Good governance can be effectively achieved through the vision of Digital India of digital infrastructure as a utility to every citizen, governance and services on demand and digital empowerment of citizens,” Prasad said in his address.
In the last six months, the government has taken a number of landmark initiatives. Digital India programme is committed to taking the cause of good governance forward in letter and spirit, he added.
Key projects include time stamping of digital signature, Integrated Indian Languages Virtual Keyboard for Android, PARAM Shavak (Super computer in box solution), .bharat domain in Gujarati and Bangla, e-launch of Support International Patent Protection in Electronics & IT scheme (SIP-EIT).
Prasad also handed over disbursements under the Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme(M-SIPS) and Electronics Manufacturing Clusters (EMC) disbursement.
The Department of Electronics and IT (DeitY) also launched Gyansetu, which is an Internet-based real-time ICT system to provide eServices to the rural population and e-Governance Competency Framework (e-GCF).
Another launch was that of C-DOT’s solution MAX-NG, a cost-effective and smooth migration path to the Internet Protocol Multimedia Systems (IMS).
It will ensure a smooth transition from old telephone system to voice over Internet protocol and will enable consumers to enjoy voice, data and video services on existing landlines at affordable cost.
Telecom Secretary Rajesh Garg said the government has planned to cover about 55,669 villages as yet uncovered by mobile connectivity all over India in a phased manner by March 2019.
The focus is to reach remote areas like North-Eastern States, Himalayan States, Border States and Islands and more importantly the Left Wing Extremism affected areas in the country, he added.
DeitY Secretary R S Sharma said his department has taken various initiatives like MyGov, Aadhaar-enabled Biometric attendance system, Jeevan Pramaan, eGreetings, eSampark, National Digital Literacy Mission, eGovernance Competency Framework to promote good governance. — PTI

Friday 26 December 2014

Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers
Central Head Quarters, North Avenue, New Delhi - 110 001.
Trade  Union  Workshop 2015
5th, 6th January 2015 - Bangalore
Programme Schedule
10.00 am to 11.30 am                                              Inauguration & Class I
International-National situation &                    :     Com.A.K.Padmanabhan,
Task of the Trade Unions                                       National President, CITU
11.30 to 11.45 - Tea Break
11.45 am to 1.15 pm                                                Class II (Interactive Session)
Subject: 7th CPC Memorandum &                    :     Com.S.K.Vyas, Advisor
Related issues - Interation of Delegates         :     Com.K.K.N.Kutty, President &
with CHQ Leaders.                                             :     Com.M.Krishnan, Secretary General
                                                                                   will attend the session.
1.15pm to 2.00 pm -Lunch Break
2.00 pm to04.00 pm                                                 Class III
Media and Politics                                              :     Com. P.Rajeev, MP, Rajyasabha.
04.00 pm to 04.30 pm - Tea Break
04.30 pm to 07.00 pm                                              Class IV (Interactive Session Continues)
Central Govt. Employees Charter of               :     National Leaders of Confederations will
Demands -  Future Course of Action -                  attend the session.
Role of Confederation.
9.00 am to 11.00 am                                                Class V
Two decades of Globalisation and its impact      :                                             Dr.Venkitesh Athreya (Economist)
on working class.
11.00 am to 11.15 AM - Tea Break.
11.15 am to 01.00 pm                                              Class VI
Human Rights and Working Class                   :     Prof.G.Haragopal (ICSSR, National Fellow,
                                                                                   Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Visiting                                                                                                        Professor, National School of Law, Bangalore.
01.00 pm to 02.00 pm - Lunch Break
02.00 pm to 04.00 pm                                              Class VII (Interactive session continues)
Subject: How to further improve the                    
functioning of Confederation                           :     National leaders of Confederation will attend
                                                                                   the session.
04.00 pm to 05.00 pm
Camp Review and conclusion.
- 05.00 pm - END –
Venue of the Camp                                         :     Income Tax Office, Bangalore.
                                                                                   “Cauvery Hall, 4th Floor of Income Tax Office located on Queens Road, which is opposite to GPO building and near to Vidhan Soudha (State Assembly Hall).
Registration                                                      :     0800 AM to 09.30 AM
Attendance of all delegates in the camp from 05-01-2015, 10 AM to 06-01-2015, 05.00PM is compulsory.  No exemption will mbe granted to any delegate. Late coming and early leaving not permitted.
K.K.N.Kutty,                                                                                      M. Krishnan,
President.                                                                                          Secretary General.