Friday, 30 June 2017

Ready Reckoner for PLI & RPLI service Tax FY@4.5, Renewal@2.25

Date : 1.7.2017

Ready Reckoner for PLI & RPLI service Tax FY@4.5, Renewal@2.25.


Click below link download Ready reckoner for PLI & RPLI service tax @4.5 and @2.25 in pdf format.

Directorate Order on Service Tax for PLI & RPLI Raised in c/w GST Migration.

Date : 1.7.2017

Directorate Order on Service Tax for PLI & RPLI Raised in c/w GST Migration.




Status of the GDS Pay Committee Report

Date : 1.7.2017

Status of the GDS Pay Committee Report.


Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination, 2015 - Declaration of result of DEST/ Typing Test for appearing in document verification

Date : 30.6.2017

Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination, 2015 - Declaration of result of DEST/ Typing Test for appearing in document verification






Date
Examination name and year
Write Up
Result
30th June 2017
COMBINED HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL (10+2) EXAMINATION,2015 - LIST OF THE CANDIDATES QUALIFIED FOR DOCUMENT VERIFICATION FOR THE POST OF POSTAL ASSISTANT/SORTING ASSISTANT/LDC (IN ROLL NO ORDER)
30th June 2017
COMBINED HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL (10+2) EXAMINATION,2015 - LIST OF THE CANDIDATES QUALIFIED FOR DOCUMENT VERIFICATION FOR THE POST OF DEO (IN ROLL NO ORDER)


Revision of Interest Rates for Small Savings Schemes from 1.7.2017 to 30.9.2017 : Finance Ministry & DoP Orders.

Date : 30.6.2017

Revision of Interest Rates for Small Savings Schemes from 1.7.2017 to 30.9.2017 : Finance Ministry Order.


DoP Order




SB Order 4/2017 : Deposit of specified Bank notes with Reserve Bank.

Date : 30.6.2017

SB Order 4/2017 : Deposit of specified Bank notes with Reserve Bank.



Thursday, 29 June 2017

EPF wage ceiling: Finance Ministry yet to decide on hike to Rs 25,000 per month

Date : 29.6.2017

EPF wage ceiling: Finance Ministry yet to decide on hike to Rs 25,000 per month




The finance ministry is yet to take a call on the labour ministry’s proposal to raise the wage ceiling for mandatory EPF cover to Rs 25,000 per month.


While employees contribute 12% of the basic pay to EPF, the employer contributes 8.33% towards EPS 3.67% to the EPF itself. The government pays 1.16% in addition towards EPS. (Image: PTI)
The finance ministry is yet to take a call on the labour ministry’s proposal to raise the wage ceiling for mandatory EPF cover to Rs 25,000 per month. This is mainly because approving it will cost the exchequer Rs 750 crore in addition to around Rs 2,000 crore now by way of the government’s contribution towards the Employees Pension Scheme (EPS) per subscriber at 1.16% of the wages.

“The labour ministry has already taken up the matter with the finance ministry. Unless they give clearance, it can’t be raised,” a senior government official said. Under the current law, it is mandatory for units employing 20 or more people to provide EPF benefits to workers. While employees contribute 12% of the basic pay to EPF, the employer contributes 8.33% towards EPS 3.67% to the EPF itself. The government pays 1.16% in addition towards EPS.
Employers also pay 0.5% towards EDLI, 0.65% as EPF administrative charges and 0.01% as EDLI handling fee, taking the total contribution to 13.61%. The government also provides grant to the tune of Rs 3,000 crore per annum towards payment of minimum pensions of Rs 1,000 per month. The Central Board of Trustees (CBT), the highest decision-making body of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), gave its go-ahead for the proposal to raise the wage ceiling for mandatory EPF cover from `15,000 now for organised-sector workers long ago. Following this, the labour ministry sent the proposal to the finance ministry for its approval which would require to be notified by the government subsequently. Sources said if implemented, it would raise the number of active EPF subscribers by around 50 lakh to 5 crore.
The EPFO’s wage threshold was last raised in November 2014 from Rs 6,500 a month. The wage threshold for medical/cash and insurance benefits under the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) was raised last year to Rs 21,000 per month, from Rs 15,000 previously.
ESIC, another social security venture of the government, had in September last year raised the threshold to Rs 21,000 per insured persons in sync with the hike in minimum wages. “ESIC is different. There the government does not give anything in grant,” said the source, adding that in ESIC the contribution is also less at 6.75-1.75% by the employer and 4.75% by the employer. “But for EPFO, the contribution is 24%. So, raising the threshold limit for EPFI is not easy, plus the government has also provided grant,” the source said.

All India Letter Writing Competition.

Date : 29.6.2017

Holding of National Letter Writing Competition under the Dhai Akhar Letter Writing Campaign : All India Letter Writing Competition.





NUGDS CIRCULAR : GDS MEMBERSHIP VERIFICATION

Date : 29.6.2017

NUGDS CIRCULAR : GDS MEMBERSHIP VERIFICATION




Sunday, 25 June 2017

National Union wishes you all a Happy Eid Mubarak

Date : 25.6.2017

National Union 
              Wishes You
                     All A Happy
                            Eid Mubarak


May this special day brings peace, happiness and prosperity to everyone. Eid Mubarak.



IMMEDIATE PAYMENT OF #MGNREGS# INCENTIVE TO GDS -REG.

Date : 25.6.2017

NUGDS CIRCLE UNION LETTER TO CPMG, AP CIRCLE : IMMEDIATE PAYMENT OF #MGNREGS# INCENTIVE TO GDS -REG.



GDS #MEMBERSHIP #VERIFICATION

Date : 25.6.2017

#GDS #MEMBERSHIP #VERIFICATION 

Choose #NUGDS (National Union of Gramin Dak Sevaks (#FNPO) .

We are  the only Association for fighting  the  Removal of GDS Conduct &Engagement Rule 3 A (i)  i.e, GDS are not allowed to perform their duties beyond 5 hours. 

No other Federation & So called recognised union not interested in  scrapping the 5 hours ceiling and always they are playing games with the innocent Gramin Dak Sevaks.This is not  at all proper and nothig but Bonded Labour.

Emotional blackmailing and  Traditional revolutionary Red are not correct in this scenario of GDS system.

So, please make a move towards NUGDS.

CH.Laxmi Narayana
All India President
NUGDS.

Allegations regarding payment of MGNREGS by GDS -Reg : NUGDS Circle Union letter to Post Master General

Date : 25.6.2017

Allegations regarding payment of MGNREGS by GDS -Reg : NUGDS Circle Union letter to Post Master General, Vijayawada.



Thursday, 22 June 2017

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Declaration of the result of Inspector Posts for the year 2015-16

Date : 21.6.2017

Declaration of the result of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (66.66%) for promotion to the cadre of Inspector Posts for the year 2015-16 held on 22nd & 23rd October, 2016.





Securing the Personal information including Aadhar No. in RTI Applications/Appeals in compliance to Aadhar Act, 2016 and IT Act, 2000: DoPT Order

Date : 21.6.2017


Securing the Personal information including Aadhar No. in RTI Applications/Appeals in compliance to Aadhar Act, 2016 and IT Act, 2000: DoPT Order

Department of Posts awarded by Ministry of Rural Development

Date : 21.6.2017

Department of Posts awarded by Ministry of Rural Development.

Secretary (Posts) with recipients of #MGNREGA awards given by Ministry of Rural Development for their outstanding contribution in disbursement of MGNREGA wages.

Monday, 19 June 2017

Leave Entitlement of Casual Labourers with temporary status : DoP Order.

Date : 20.6.2017

Leave Entitlement of Casual Labourers with temporary status : DoP Order.

Narendra Modi government may push wage code bill in monsoon session of Parliament

Date : 18.6.2017

Narendra Modi government may push wage code bill in monsoon session of Parliament



The Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government is likely to push the Code on Wages Bill for passage in the monsoon session of Parliament beginning next month, the labour ministry revealed.


It will also cover those workers who are getting monthly pay of higher than Rs 18,000. At present laws on wages do not cover workers getting monthly wage of more than Rs 18,000. (Source: IE)
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government is likely to push the Code on Wages Bill for passage in the monsoon session of Parliament beginning next month, the labour ministry revealed. The Code would ensure universal minimum wage for all industries and workers. It will also cover those workers who are getting monthly pay of higher than Rs 18,000. At present laws on wages do not cover workers getting monthly wage of more than Rs 18,000. “We are aiming for that,” replied Labour Secretary M Sathiyavathy when asked whether the Code on Wages Bill would be pushed for passage in the forthcoming session of Parliament next month. The ministerial panel on labour issues headed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has already approved the Code on Wages. The ministry is in the process of getting the draft law approved from the Union Cabinet after vetting by the law ministry.
The Code on Wages Bill seeks to empower the Centre to set a minimum wage across sectors and states will have to maintain that. However, states will be able to provide for higher minimum wage in their jurisdiction than fixed by the central government. Besides, the minimum wage would be applicable on all classes of workers. At present, it is applicable for scheduled industries or establishments in the law. Similarly, the universal minimum wage would be applicable for all workers irrespective of their pay. At present, the minimum wage rates fixed by the Centre and states are applicable to workers getting up to Rs 18,000 monthly pay. The proposed Code on Wages will subsume the Minimum Wages Act of 1948, the Payment of Wages Act of 1936, the Payment of Bonus Act of 1965 and the Equal Remuneration Act of 1976. The labour ministry is in the process of condensing 44 labour laws into four codes– wages, industrial relations, social security and safety, health and working conditions.
The ministerial panel headed by Jaitley is also deliberating upon the Code on Industrial Relations, which will subsume Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, the Trade Unions Act, 1926, and the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946. On the Code on Industrial Relations, Sathiyavathy said, “We have to give one more presentation to the Group of Ministers. We have to get time for that from Finance Ministry.”

Department of Post- Annual sports calendar - 2017-2018.

Date : 18.6.2017

Department of Post- Annual sports calendar - 2017-2018.






GDS Method of Engagement : Kamalesh Chandra Committee Suggestions on Grades, Points and Marks.

Date : 19.6.2017.

GDS Method of Engagement  : Kamalesh Chandra Committee Suggestions on Grades, Points and Marks.


Saturday, 17 June 2017

List of Second Phase of new Post Office Passport Seva Kendras (POPSK)

Date : 17.6.2017

Opening of new Post Office Passport Seva Kendras (POPSK) in the Second Phase 

            The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and the Department of Posts (DOP) have decided to utilize the Head Post Offices (HPO)/ Post Offices in the country as Post Office Passport Seva Kendra (POPSK) for delivery of passport related services to the citizens of the country. The objective of this partnership is to extend passport related services on a larger scale and to ensure wider area coverage. In the first phase, it has been decided to open 86 POPSK in the country. 52 POPSK have become functional. MEA and DOP are working closely for the operationalization of passport related services at the remaining 34 POPSK in the first phase.

            Following the successful functioning of these POPSK and the positive response received from the people, MEA and DOP have now decided to open another 149 POPSK at the following places to take the total number of POPSK to 235 in the country: