Thursday 23 August 2018

NFPE writes to the Secretary (Posts) on amended guidelines on transfer of Group - C officials.

National Federation of Postal Employees
1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110 001
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         No.PF-68-16/2018                                                                                Date: 23rd  Aug 2018
                  Shri A.N. Nanda,
                  Department of Posts,
                  Dak Bhawan,  New Delhi-110 001

Sub: Guide lines for transfer to regulate transfer of Group ‘C’ officials – Amendments – Reg.
Ref: DPC .FNO.141-141/2013 – SPM-II Dt. 31st July 2018

Respected Sir,
                  Some suggestions are submitted on the Guide lines for transfer to regulate transfers of Group ‘C’ officials issued vide Dte. No. as referred above for your kind and sympathetic consideration.

                  Para 5-1 (i)Present  post tenure of 4 years should not be reduced to three years, because it will create more disturbance for officials and consequently it will adversely affect the postal services also.

          (ii)  The station tenure of 6 years should also not be made applicable on Group ‘C’ officials. In Cities, Departmental Post Offices are more in no and less in rural areas. Therefore more difficulty will arise in adjustment.
                 Further some bigger cities are having more than one division. How there officials will be accommodated. Eg.- Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore etc.
                 It is therefore requested to kindly consider sympathetically on these two aspects and take decision favourably so that the Group ‘C’ officials may get relief and Postal Services should also not be affected adversely.
Hoping for a positive action.
With regards
                                                                                                     Yours Sincerely,
                                                                                         (R.N. Parashar)
                                                                                                     Secretary General

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