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Thursday 21 July 2016

Payment of incentive to the field staff / Direct Agents on the PLI/RPLI policies procured by them after 31.10.2015

No:         HP/P-III/RJCM                  dated at Una the 21.07.2016

Maj Gen Amil Kumar Shori
Member (Postal Life Insurance)
Postal Services Board,
Postal Directorate, New Delhi-01

Sub:       Payment of incentive to the field staff / Direct Agents on the PLI/RPLI policies procured by them after 31.10.2015

Respected Sir,

                Prior to implementation of McCamish Software in the post offices, the PLI and RPLI incentives due to the field staff and Direct Agents was generated through Oracle Software. In Himachal Pradesh and in rest of the Circles, the incentive was generated in Oracle Software upto 31.10.2015.

                After implementation of McCamish software till such time , there is no provision of generation of incentive in this software and even the detail of policies procured by an individual i.e field staff and Direct Agents is not shown in the McCamish software.

                As regards, preparation of bills of the field staff / Direct Agents , the Directorate has issued instructions to the Circle Heads which are further conveyed to the Divisional Heads to prepare the manual incentive bills. Since, there is no provision in the McCamish software of neither detail of policies procured by the field staff nor there is provision to generate the bills, it is neither viable nor possible to prepare the incentive bills of the first year premium and of the renewal premium.

                As a consequence till date neither any bill of the incentive due after 01.11.2015 has been prepared / generated nor the amount of incentive due seems to have been reflected in the demand placed before the Directorate by the Circle Heads.

                Sir, we place it on records that the things moved swiftly just after taking over as Member (PLI) and a prompt action was taken to allocate the funds to the Circle. The HP Circle has also got its share. Despite it 50% of the liability has to be cleared by way of allocation of additional funds.

                The HP Circle sincerely conveys his regards to your goodself.

                Yours sincerely,

                (H S Guleria)


Wednesday 13 July 2016

Cadre Restructuring of Group ‘’C’’ Employees in Department of Post

No:      HP/P-III/Cadre Restructuring               dated at Una the 13.07.2016

Shri R N Prashar
General Secretary,
AIPEU Group ‘’C’’,
New Delhi-08

Sub:     Cadre Restructuring of Group ‘’C’’ Employees in Department of Post

Dear comrade,

            The Circle Union has received your letter P/2-8/HP Circle dated 01.07.2016  regarding cadre restructuring of Group ‘’C’’ staff of Department of Posts

            I agree with you that this issue has been placed in the CWC agenda and in the AIC agendas as well as the charter of demands. It is true , and you will also agree that despite having notified this item none of the CWC members , delegates and visitors have ever advocated for cadre restructuring. Since, none was aware of the serious , the retrograde implications of this schemes on its implementation. Therefore, none could either support it nor could oppose it.

            Kindly recall the deliberations of AIC Trivandrum wherein all the deliberations have live coverage and on verifying the views expressed by the delegates / visitors , none of them have uttered s single word about the restructuring notified in the agendas. The silence of ground level people on the issues must not be taken as approval which is the fundamental of democratic principles.

            In single and double handed post offices, to whom the LSG official will supervise multiplying his responsibilities and resulting reduction of thirty thousands PAs in the Department of Posts involving large scale transfers of the staff.

            We are in favour of any scheme which should atleast be beneficial to the employees today , tomorrow , month , next month , year , next year even after ten years. But in this case there does not seems to be any benefit to the existing staff. Some people are advocating the benefit to next generation for which I cannot advocate.

            I am happy this item has been notified for discussions in the CWC Guwahati but by then lot of water might have flown. Therefore, kindly assess the pros and cons of this scheme and take up with the Department to keep the orders in abeyance till its discussion in CWC

            With regards,

Yours comradely,

(H S Guleria)