No. P3NFPE-Odisha/01 - 01/2018
Dated at Bhubaneswar the 1st January, 2018
Dr. S K Kamila, IPoS
Chief Postmaster General, Odisha Circle
Bhubaneswar – 751 001
Sub:- Request to consider the pending requests of officials of reorganized postal divisions to remain in their parent Division or otherwise
Ref.- C O letter No. EST/16-4/2017 (Re-Org), dated 13.06.2017
This has a kind reference to this Circle Union letter No. P3NFPE - Odisha / 10 – 06 / 2017, dated 17.06.2017 in response to C O letter under reference on the captioned subject where in we had submitted several suggestions to the Circle administration for consideration while implementing the order for reorganization of Postal Divisions in Odisha Circle.
With regard to staff problem, we had suggested that the staff members of the parent Divisions should be given an opportunity to exercise their option in this regard either to remain in their parent Division or otherwise.
Subsequently, during discussion with the Chief PMG on the proposal, we were assured that such representations received if any from the officials opting to remain in their parent Division or otherwise will only be considered during next rotational transfer to avoid dislocation in the middle of the academic session. Accordingly, several representations received from the officials of the reorganized Postal Divisions are kept pending by the concerned Divisional heads.
As known, now during implementation of the revised order on cadre restructuring proposal for Group-C postal employees, officials are being transferred and posted from one Division to another and ahead there is the rotational transfer 2017-18.
Therefore, this Union sincerely requests you to kindly issue necessary instructions to the SPOs/SSPOs of the reorganized postal Divisions to consider the pending requests of the officials to remain in their parent Divisions or otherwise during the present rotational transfer or to adjust such officials while issuing transfer and posting orders of the approved LSG officials.
Awaiting your favourable decision on the issue, Sir.
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