Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Launch of scheme for Girl Child named "Sukanya Samridhhi Account" by Hon'ble Prime Minister

Launch of scheme for Girl Child named "Sukanya Samridhhi Account" by Hon'ble Prime Minister

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' campaign at Panipat on January 22, he would also introduce an ambitious scheme 'Sukanya Samruddhi Account' to make girls financially empowered.
Modeled on the pattern of small savings schemes of the government, the Centre would offer high rate of interest for account holders under the new scheme. For the current financial year, this would work out to 9.1%. For the sake of simplicity, the manner of interest calculation would be similar to public provident fund (PPF).
Under the scheme, the account can be opened from the birth of the girl child till she attains the age of 10. A girl child who attained the age of 10 years, one year prior to notification, will also be eligible. The account can be opened by an amount of Rs 1,000 and in a financial year investment ceiling is Rs 1.5 lakh. The child can close the account earliest at the age of 21 years with option of keeping the account till marriage.
The exemption on investments made under the scheme will also be eligible for exemption under 80C of Income Tax Act, 1961.
To view Department of Economic Affairs OM No.2/3/2014.NS-II dated 20/01/2015 please click the link...

Friday, January 23, 2015

Friday, January 23, 2015





(Affiliated to National Federation of Postal Employees)
                          RECEPTION  COMMITTEE  FORMED
      The 3rd All India conference of SBCO employees association affiliated to NFPE will be held at Thekkady in Idukki division (Kerala) from 14.03.2015 to 15.03.2015. The Reception Committee of the All India conference was formed on 18.01.2015 in the meeting held at Thekkady. The meeting was inaugurated by Com. M.Krishnan Secretary General Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers and Ex.Secretary General NFPE. Com. P.V.Rajendran Circle Secretary R III & State Convenor, NFPE, Com.M.S.Sabu, Circle Secretary AIPEU GDS (NFPE) and Girish Shekharan, Circle Secretary SBCO Employees Asociation Kerala Circle were present in the meeting.

1.   Com. P.Karunakaran M.P ( Chairman circle coordinating committee  of NFPE Kerala)
2.   Sri.  Joice George M.P. Idukki.
3.   Com. M.Krishnan (Secretary General Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers and Ex.Secretary General NFPE).
Com. K. K. Jayachandran  (Member Legislative Assembly Kerala )
1.   Com. P.V.Rajendran, Convenor Circle Co ordinating Committee & CS R-3.
2.   Com.  Jacob Thomas     Vice Chairman              ,,
3.   Com.  V.I.Simson            CITU
4.   Com. P.K.Muraleedharan Circle Secretary P III
5.   Com. M.S.Sabu, Circle Secretary, AIPEU GDS(NFPE)
6.   Com. A.B.Lalkumar, Circle Secretary P IV
7.   Com. Girish Sekharan, Circle Secretary SBCOEA
8.   Com. K.Muthusamy, Circle Secretary, Admn Union
9.   Com. V.Vijayan, Circle Secretary, AIPAEA
10. Com. Ravindranath, Circle Secretary, RIV.
11. Com. K.J.Devasia, Circle Secretary, CITU        
12. Com. T.M.Peerumuhammed State, Vice President, AIPRPA
13. Com. Leo Michael, Circle Secretary, SBCOEA
14. Com. M. R. Raghavan                  ,,
15. Com. P. V. Kuttiyamma Ex.Circle secretary        SBCOEA
16. Com. Jaya Raju Dist. Secretary  National Savings Agents Association
17. Com. P. Lakshmanan Dist. President Confederation of CGEs
18. Com. Pushparaj Kerala School Teachers Association
19. Com. S. R. Soni Kerala NGO Union
20. Com. Subhash Chandran KSRTEA
21. Com. K. R.Retheesh DYFI
22. Com. T. Anil SFI
23. Com. Jeethendra Das, Treasurer, SBCOEA, Kerala Circle
24. Com. M. K. Mohanan, CHQ Office Bearer, SBCOEA, Kerala
Com. A. N. Ramachandran (NFPE)
Com. T. D. Jose (NFPE)
Com. M. B. Rajendran (NFPE)
Chairman    Com. G. Sunil SPM Kumily
Convenor    Com. Y. Subhash Postman Kumily
Chairman     Com. M. Madasamy PA Vandiperiyar
Convenor     Com. G.Manoharan GDSMD Chenkara
Chairman     Com. V.K.Raju PA Kumily
Convenor     Com. S.Murugesan SPM Elappara
Chairman          Com. K.P.Zacharia PM Kattappana
Convenor          Com. M.B.Rajendran, Postman, Peruvanthanam.
Stage and decoration
Chairman     Com. K.Jayapal PA kumily
Convenor     Com. K.Salim GDSMD Amaravathy
Chairman     Com. M.G.Gopi GDSMD Rajakumary
Convenor     Com. Devis.K.Kuriakose OA Divisaional office
Chairman     Com. P.P.Radhakrishnan MTS RMS
Convenor     Com. Arun.P.Antony DSM Divisional office
Chairman     Com. S.Ramar SPM Murukady
Convenor     Com. M.V.Ravi PA Kattappana

           In addition to the sub committees an Executive Committee consisting of 51 Members of various organisations have also been formed.
About the Venue:
            The venue of the meeting is at Holiday Home Thekkady. It is at a distance of 1 KM away from Kumily Bus stand. Thekkady is the border of Tamilnadu and Kerala and an international Tourist Centre.
                 Accomodation for the delegates are available from 1400 hours on 13.03.2015 to 1000 hours on 16.03.2015. Breakfast, Lunch,  Dinner and Tea will be provided  from 13th night.  Climate in March will be moderate. Not very hot or very cold. Night it may be somewhat cold.  We are not in a position to provide accommodation to family members. However accommodation can be booked in the nearby hotels and lodges at their own cost if they so prefers and if they inform the Reception Committee in advance. For booking please contact Circle Secretary SBCO Employees Association with details and advance amount. Mobile No. 09447513474 E.MAIL ID girishsekharanindiapost@gmail.com
How to reach Kumily (Thekkady):
                 There are three options to reach Kumily (Thekkady). Delegates are advised to book tickets by train upto Kottayam or Ernakulam. Volunteers will be available at Kottayam railway station or they can go to the RMS Office for guidance.  Delegates have to travel by bus from Kottayam or Ernakulam. The duration of journey by bus from Kottayam to Kumily is 3 hours and from Ernakulam to Kumily is 5 hours.
               Another option is to step down at Coimbatore ( Ootty hill station is near to Coimbatore at a distance of about 65 KM) .  They have to travel 7 hours by bus from Coimbatore to Kumily. The distance from Kumily to Kottayam, Ernakulam and Coimbatore is 90 KM, 120 KM and 280 KM respectively.   Coimbatore is far away from Kumily.
Kochi International Airport (Ernakulam) is the nearest Airport.  Coimbatore also airport is available.
1.     Thekkady  wild life sanctuary( boating facility available)   5 KM
2.     Munnar hill  station                                                                               90 KM
3.     Madurai Meenakshi temple                                                                  130 KM
4.     Kodaikanal hill station                                                                           120 KM
5.     Ootty hill station                                                                                    340 KM
6.     Kanyakumary                                                                                         350 KM
7.     Idukki Arch dam                                                                                     80 KM
8.     Kumarakom backwaters and bird sanctuary                                         90 KM
9.     Alappuzha Backwater Boating
10.   Kochi (Ernakulam)  -  Sight Seeing
11.   Thiruvananthapuram  -  Sight Seeing
12.   Guruvayur Temple (Thrissur District)
13.   Sabarimala Temple (Pathanamthitta District)
14.   Rameswaram (Tamil Nadu)
15.   Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Thiruvananthapuram.
It has also been decided to publish a souvenir in connection with the AIC. Circle Secretaries of AIPSBCOEA are requested to collect at least one advertisement for it.  Order form and Tariff will be sent separately.
1.   Girish Sekaran circle secretary SBCO employees association 09447513474
2.   T.D.Jose General convenor 09447151902    E mail tdjose9@gmail.com
3.   G.Sunil SPM Kumily  convenor accommodation committee     09447388880
4.   K.P. Zacharia PM Kattappana Chairman accommodation committee  09447474039.
Programme Notice will be published later.  Conference will commence at 10.30 M on14-03-2015 and will continue upto 5 PM on15-03-2015.  Those who want to visit tourist places should book their travel tickets in such a way that they can visit the places of interest either before 14.03-2015 or after 15-03-2015.  Delegates will not be allowed to leave the Conference Venue on 14th & 15th March, 2015, when the Conference is in session.
Delegate/Visitor Fee is fixed as Rs.1,000/- (Rs. One thousand only) per head.  Additional Expenditure of the Conference will be met by colleceting minimum donation from all NFPE members of Kerala Circle including Gramin Dak Sevaks.  There will be no public collection.

K. K. Jayachandran, MLA                    Virendra Tiwary                                              T.D.Jose,
Chairman                                            General Secretary                             General Convenor

Reception Committee.                       AIPSBCOEA (CHQ)                         Reception Committee
Election Holidays 2015 – Closing of Central Government Offices in connection with general elections to the Legislative Assembly of NCT of Delhi, 2015: DoPT Order.

F. No. 12/7/2014-JCA2
Government of India,
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 19th January, 2015


Closing of Central Government Offices in connection with general elections to the Legislative Assembly of NCT of Delhi, 2015.

The undersigned is directed to say that in connection with the general election to the Legislative Assembly of NCT of Delhi, to be held on 7th February, 2015, the following guidelines, already issued by DOPT vide OM No. 12/ 14/99-JCA dated 1oth October 2001, have to be followed for closing of the Central Government Offices including Industrial Establishments in NCT of Delhi.

(i) The relevant offices / organizations shall remain closed in the notified areas where general elections to the Legislative Assembly of NCT of Delhi, scheduled to be conducted.

(ii) In connection with bye-elections to State Assembly, only such of the employees who are bonafide voters in the relevant constituency should be granted special casual leave on the day of polling. Special Casual leave may also be granted to an employee who is ordinarily a resident of constituency and registered as a voter but employed in any Central Government Organization/Industrial Establishment located outside the constituency having a general/bye-election.

2.         The above instructions may be brought to the notice of all concerned.

(K. Kipgen)
Director (JCA)

Source document: www.persmin.gov.in

SB Order 02/2015: Introduction of new scheme "Sukanya Samriddhi Account" under Small Savings Scheme from 22.01.2015.

Sukanya Samruddhi Account

Under the scheme, the account can be opened from the birth of the girl child till she attains the age of 10. A girl child who attained the age of 10 years, one year prior to notification, will also be eligible. The account can be opened by an amount of Rs 1,000 and in a financial year investment ceiling is Rs 1.5 lakh. The child can close the account earliest at the age of 21 years with option of keeping the account till marriage.

For the current financial year, this would work out to 9.1%. For the sake of simplicity, the manner of interest calculation would be similar to public provident fund (PPF).

Calendar of Departmental Examination - 2015
Click here to view Dte. Notification

Central Trade Unions Joint Memorandum to Finance Minister

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Central Headquarters
1st floor, North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110 001.
No.Conf/Meeting/2015                                                       19-01-2015


        It is hereby notified that the extended National Secretariat meeting of the Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers will be held at Confederation Headquarters (1st Floor, North Avenue Post Office building) New Delhi-110 001 on 17th February, 2015, Tuesday.  The meeting shall commence at 10.30 AM on 17-02-2015 and continue till close.  All National Secretariat members (CHQ Office Bearers) and State C-O-C General Secretaries are requested to attend the meeting without fail.  The following shall be the agenda of the meeting.
1.      Organisational Review
2.      All India Trade Union Workshop held at Bangalore - Review
3.      Implementation of decision of the National Joint Council of Action (National Council JCM Staff side)
          a)      Review of the 11th December National Convention.
          b)      Implementation of the decisions of NJCA dated 11-12-2014 & 11-01-2015.
          c)      Fixing of quota to all affiliates of Confederation and COCs for participation in the 28th April 2015 Parliament March of Central Govt. Employees.
4.      Financial Review and remittance of arrears of quota by affiliates.
5.      All India Workshop of Women Employees of Confederation - Fixing venue and dates.
6.      Any other item with permission of the chair.
                                                                                                Yours fraternally,
                                                                                                      M. Krishnan,

Secretary General.


Monday, January 19, 2015




CMC (Central Managing Committee) Meeting held at New  Delhi on 17-01-2015

VAN.Namboodiri President AIBDPA inaugurating the CMC

As notified the 1st meeting of the Central Managing Committee (CMC) was held at the M.P Club, North Avenue, New Delhi 110001 on 17-01-2015 under the Presidentship of CHQ President Comrade D.K.Rahate. Comrade Rajender Prasad Verma (CHQ Organising General Secretary & the Chairman of the Reception Committee) formally delivered the welcome address. Despite the cold weather and late running of trains Office Bearers and State General  Secretaries representing Kerala, Tamilnadu, Andhra, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Delhiattended the CMC.

The CMC was inaugurated by Comrade VAN.Namboodiri (President of All India BSNL DOT Pensioners Association) and his speech elaborated on the growing international unity of Pensioners and Senior Citizens since the international conference of TUI at Barcelona (Spain) and the problems faced by the pensioners in the background of new political climate. He traced the history of social security in the world and how that rights are being taken away in the background of fall of socialism and growth of neo-liberalism. He also informed the Asia Pacific regional meeting of TUI Pensioners & Senior Citizens will be hosted by AIBDPA in New Delhi shortly.

Comrade S.K.Vyas (Secretary General NCCPA) addressed the CMC and in detail narrated the pensioners demands before the 7th CPC and pointed out that the issues of pensioners are linked with the issues of CG Employees like DA Merger, Interim Relief etc. He touched the issue of bringing GDS under the 7th CPC ambit and the justification of Parity in Pension as recommended by the Mathew Commission. He advised us to start an educative campaign among all Postal Pensioners about the pensioners demands and the attitude of the Government that is denying them. He emphasized about formation of departmental  level Pensioners Organisations like the BSNL DOT Pensioners Association, the AIPRPA etc being a scientific approach and said that as like the Confederation of CG Employees the pensioners movement also will be strengthened by the strengthening of all departmental level pensioners organisations coming under a united banner like BCPC / NCCPA. He explained about the importance of Nagpur All Pensioners National  Convention on 15-02-2015 and said that convention will finalise the Pensioners Charter and the path to be followed unitedly by all Pensioners Organisations.

Comrade R.Seethalakshmi General Secretary of P4 NFPE addressed the CMC and highlighted the need to take  up the issues of GDS under SDBI scheme and about the inordinate delay in settlement of retirement benefits to GDS Promotees and the need to bring in more women pensioners to the managing committees of AIPRPA at all levels. She assured total support in building the AIPRPA.

Comrade N.Subramanian General Secretary of P3 NFPE praised the preparation of the Memorandum to 7th CPC by AIPRPA and explained the taking up the problem of non-inclusion of postal pensioners in CGHS after retirement in the Postal Departmental Council JCM meeting recently held. He suggested taking up several issues of Postal Pensioners on the lines of benefits extended to Railways Pensioners etc by the respective departments and assured all cooperation and support of P3 organisation in building the AIPRPA.

Comrade K.P.Singh AGS R3 NFPE addressed the CMC and assured all support to the AIPRPA on  behalf of his organisation.

The subjects committee approved the Agenda as circulated by the CHQ and a written report by the General Secretary was submitted for the consideration of the CMC.Comrade K.Ragavendran General Secretary initiated discussion on the agenda items and focussed on the issues of pensioners in general and the Postal Pensioners in particular and stressed the need to strengthen the AIPRPA at all states and this could not be done without total interaction with the NFPE leadership at all levels. As a follow up to the joint appeal by the SG NFPE and GS AIPRPA, the issue will be discussed with NFPE and a way to organise a discussion between the Circle Secretaries of NFPE and the AIPRPA leaders will be evolved. All CHQ Office Bearers and State General Secretaries of AIPRPA will have to take initiative to sit with the Circle Secretaries of NFPE unions and focus on formation of AIPRPA in those states where no formation has taken place so far. He also presented that the experience of both 17th December Pensioners Day programme and the 12th January FMA demonstrations and said that our membership participated with full enthusiasm in these programmes of CHQ and therefore we can organise a Programme of Action on our Sectional Demands in addition to any Programme of Action finalised by the BCPC National Convention at Nagpur. He explained about the need to release a journal for CHQ and certain names suggested for the journal by comrades.  

A discussion followed and all participating CMC Members took part and presented their valuable views. All Comrades appreciated the call given by CHQ for 12-01-2015 FMA demonstrations as timely and successful and reported that the participation of pensioners in the demonstrations was enthusiastic. They collectively felt that more Programme of Action on important sectional issues is necessary but that can be launched after the completion of common movement if any is finalised by the BCPC National Convention. Many speakers concentrated on CGHS deficiencies; Non-admission of Postal Pensioners into CGHS; Lack of CSMA facilities in spite of the Supreme Court directives; Rent free BSNL landline to Postal Pensioners; Allotment of vacant staff quarters to Pensioners on concession rent; inclusion of family pensioners and GDS and NPS Pensioners as members into our organisation; Problems faced by Pensioners in drawing pension on the pension day due to technical problems faced by introduction of CBS in some places; and need for a mechanism for periodical negotiation with the authorities as like staff associations. 

The President also delivered the Presidential speech on all issues of agenda. After the summing up by the General Secretary the following decisions were taken unanimously:

  1. All Office Bearers and State General Secretaries will attend the Nagpur National Convention of BCPC on 15-02-2015.
  2. All suggestions of the Office Bearers and State General Secretaries will be noted by the CHQ and appropriate follow up action will be taken.
  3. A Programme of Action on Charter of Demands as finalised by National Convention will be effectively carried out. Efforts will be made to include important Postal Pensioners issues in the Charter itself.
  4. A Programme of Action on Postal Pensioners’ Sectional issues will be undertaken if necessary after the Programme of Action of Common issues as finalised by BCPC Convention is completed.
  5. CHQ will interact with NFPE for necessary directions to Circle Secretaries of NFPE at all Circles for a discussion with the AIPRPA leaders to collectively plan formation of AIPRPA in those States where the formation has not yet taken place. It was emphasised and understood that without the active involvement of NFPE leadership at all levels the building of AIPRPA into a strong organisation will be impossible. This fact must be borne in mind by all comrades and the task of building AIPRPA should be attended to with close consultation and cooperation of Circle Secretaries of NFPE Unions as guided by the NFPE & AIPRPA joint circular.
  6. Until a journal is published for CHQ, a monthly Bulletin will be regularly issued by the CHQ. All the States will email the mailing list of all District / Divisional Secretaries with Mobile Numbers for facilitating sending of the Bulletin directly to all.
  7. All State General Secretaries and the CHQ Office Bearers in those States where no State General Secretaries are elected so far will issue a Circular to Pensioners explaining the background of AIPRPA formation; the role played by AIPRPA in formulating the common and sectional memorandum to 7th Pay Commission; the issues being taken up by the CHQ with the Administration and the Programmes launched so far by the CHQ etc to members in local languages.
  8. The Flag of the AIPRPA will be of 3:2 in Red Colour with White letters of AIPRPA. For an appropriate logo to our Association, suggestions will be invited from all Comrades and the best will be selected as our LOGO.
  9. The finances of the CHQ and the State Associations should be strengthened. The CHQ Office Bearers and the State General Secretaries will monitor and arrange for remittance of due quota to CHQ and State by the District Associations as per the by-law provisions.
The role of the Reception Committee of Delhi State AIPRPA came to praise by all participating comrades. The Reception Committee was in fact took pains to organise the CMC meeting in a befitting manner and all arrangements of the venue of the CMC and catering arrangements were of nice order. The CMC concluded with a formal vote of thanks.

General Secretary

Rajender Prasad Verma Chairman Reception Committee welcoming CMC Members

K.Ragavendran GS garlanded by Sankarpal Singh Reception Committee
CHQ President D.K.Rahate delivering Presidential Address
S.K.Vyas SG NCCPA addressing the CMC

CMC members in session
R.Seethalakshmi GS P4 addressing the CMC

Secretary Staff Side NC JCM writes to cabinet secretary regarding demands of central government employees

Shiva Gopal Mishra
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
for Central Government Employees
No. NC/JCM/2015                                                              Dated: January 11, 2015

The Cabinet Secretary,
Government of India,
Cabinet Secretariat,
Rashtrpati Bhawan Annexe,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

I solicit your kind attention to my letter in No.NC/JCM/2014 dated 16 th December, 2014, wherein we had conveyed the decisions taken at the National Convention of representatives of the organisations participating in the JCM. We are distressed that you have chosen not to respond to our letter till date. We have so far not received any communication from any quarter of the convening of the National Council of the JCM. No effort has also been taken by any Ministry to convene the Departmental Councils.  

We have now been given to understand that the Government has taken serious steps to set up a corporation to carry on the functions of the 41 ordnance Factories, presently functioning under the Ministry of Defence. We have also noted that the report of the Committee set up by the Government to corporatize the functions of the Postal Department. The inordinate delay in settling the demands for Interim Relief and Merger of DA is causing distress amongst the Central Government employees. The Railwaymen are particularly agitated over the decision of the Government to induct FDI to the extent of 100% in Railways, which we are aware cannot be done without privatisation of the Railways. The declaration of the Convention, which we had forwarded to you vide our letter cited had amply explained the anguish of the Central Government employees.

In order to register our opposition to the recent decision of the Government to corporatize the functions of the Ordnance factories, we have amended Item No.2 of the charter of demands. We send herewith the revised charter of demands.  

The National JCA met today and took note of the silence on the part of the Government to our pleadings. The meeting has, therefore, decided to go ahead with the agitational programmes, the first phase of which will culminate in a massive March to Parliament by Central Government employees on 28th April, 2015. If no settlement is brought about on the 10 point charter of demands, we will be constrained to go for an indefinite strike action, the date of commencement of which will be decided on 28 th April, 2015.
Thanking you,

Comradely yours,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary (Staff Side)

Copy to: Secretary, DoP&T – for information and necessary action please.
Copy to: Director, JCA – for information and necessary action please.
Copy to: All Constituents of NC/JCM(Staff Side) – for information.

National Joint Council of Action
4, State Entry Road New Delhi–110055
Dated: January 11, 2015

Dear Comrades,

As scheduled, the meeting of the National JCA was held at the Staff Side office today, i.e. 11th January, 2015. The list of members who attended the meeting is annexed to this communication. The meeting was chaired by Com. M. Raghavaiah, General Secretary, National Federation of Indian Railwaymen. The meeting made the following observations and took the following decisions:

  1. The Statement made by Shri Narendra Modi, Honourable Prime Minister of the country at Varanasi to the effect that the Railways would not be privatised was misleading and intended to create confusion in the minds of the Railwaymen, especially in the background that the proposal to induct FDI in Railways to the extent of 100% is being pursued vigorously.
  2. The Government has decided to set up a Corporation to carry on the functions of the 41 ordnance factories under the Ministry of Defence.
  3. Except in a few States, the steps required to be taken for form the State level Committees of the JCA have not been undertaken.
  4. In order to expedite the formation of such committee in all States, the NC JCM website will carry the names and addresses of the State leaders of the participating organisations 
  5. The Zonal Secretaries of AIRF will be asked to ensure that such committees are formed at all State Capitals before the end of this month and the convention is held on a mutually convenient date for all but before 15th February, 2014. 
  6. District conventions or March to Collectorates will be organised by the Committee in all District capitals of the country.
  7. The entire month of March and the first half of April will be utilised for campaigning amongst the employees at all work- spots.
  8. The March to Parliament will be organised on 28th April, 2015.
  9. Every effort will be taken to reach a target of 5 lakh workers to participate in the said March. Target quota for each organisation will be fixed.
  10. The State Committees will advise the National Convenor as to which organisations (those CGE organisations who are not presently participating in the JCM must be addressed to join the movement. 
  11. The State Committees after the convention will hold Press Conferences to give media publicity to the decisions taken including the decision to go on indefinite strike action.
  12. The National JCA will hold a Press Conference at Delhi prior to the March to Parliament programme.
  13. The Charter of demands will be amended (Item No.2) to include the following words: “and ordnance factories under the Ministry of Defence.”
  14. Reminder letter will be sent to the Cabinet Secretary expressing distress over his silence and the non convening of the National Council, Anomaly Committee and Departmental Councils of the JCM.
  15. The Convenor reported that the 7th CPC has informed him of their intention to convene the meeting of the organisations for tendering oral evidence in the month of February, 2015.
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
List of Members who participated in the meeting:
Comrades Rakhal Das Gupta & Shiva Gopal Misra(AIRF), Guman Singh & M. Raghavaiah(NFIR) S.N. Pathak & C. Srikumar(AIDEF), K.K.N. Kutty,(Confederation) Giriraj Singh,(NFPE) Ashok Singh &, R. Srinivasan (INDWF) and S.K. Vyas.(Confederation).