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Guide for Requisition and Procurement in CSI

Guide for Requisition and Procurement in CSI

Units under India Post procures or obtain consumable, non-consumable supplies and services for official usage
and sales through counter. From Directorate to CO/RO/DO/HO purchase are being carried out at almost every
Administrative unit & HOs, hence Procurement module is an important module more specifically for Administrative & Sanctioning units as it encompasses all the activities from beginning from raising requisition (indent) to receive,
account & Supply the goods or services purchased ;ending with depreciation.

Procurement module of CSI comes under Material Management sub domain of SAP – FICO & is integrated with F &
A (Accounts), Asset accounting, Budget & Inventory module. Procurement of Goods like Stamps, Ancillaries &
Ecom products which include sales of commodities involves Sales & Distribution, Portal and PoS Modules apart from above mentioned modules.

Present approach to be followed– Any items for which Inventory need to be maintained and also issuance to
other units, invariably user has to make use of procurement Module which accommodates Requisition,
Goods Receipt, Invoice verification, payment, stock maintenance and transfer to other units.

Any items for which inventory maintenance and also stock transfer is not required, purchase up to
predefined amount may use t-codes F-02/F-04. However manual simple stock maintenance is required
wherever applicable.

Hence, it may be summated as follows –
a) Petty purchase for consumption/office usage & amounting up to Rs.5000, where inventory is not required to
be maintained – F-02 Posting.
b) Purchase above Rs. 5000 up to 15000, F-90 for Asset procurement.[Asset Procurement is being explained
c) Procurement of all other Goods /Services – To be done through Procurement module


Guide for Requisition & Procurement in CSI
Guide for Requisition and Procurement in CSI
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Opening of Post Offices w.e.f. 18-05-2020 – New Delhi Circle Orders.

Department of Posts, India
o/o CPMG Delhi Circle New Delhi


All Heads of Units
Delhi Circle

No. 18-33/COVID-19/2020                                                Dated 14 May at New Delhi

Sub :- Opening of Post Office – COVID 19

        Since Postal Service have been notified as essential services, Therefore Department of  Posts is providing facilities to its customers even during lock-down under COVID-19.

    Further Govt. of India has given Relaxations in various activities, businesses to restore the facilities to General Public. Accordingly foot falls are increasing in the Offices. Therefore as per orders issued vide this letter no PO-5/Misc-COVID19 instructions/2019-20 dated 14/05/2020 , All Post Offices except  single hand Post and Offices Falling under Containment Zone /Hot Spots and closed with the specific reason have been orderd to open w.e.f. 18-05-2020.

    Accordingly to manage the functioning of all Post Offices as well as mail offices , it is quite necessary that staff should attend office regularly, however instructions issued by MHA & DOPT on subject should be followed while calling the staff and staff be called for in segregated working hours like 0800 hours to 1600 hours, 0830 hours to 1630 hours or 0900 hours to 1700 hours and so on. Accordingly Postman staff may be asked to attend office in two spell with 30 minutes gap between them. All precautions as advised by Govt. of India, should be kept in view i.e. usage of masks, gloves, face shields, sanitizers and maintaining social distancing etc.

       Staff posted in single hand post offices should be called for in nearby post offices or as per request of individual to his home, but within the concerned unit. All Administrative Offices as well as operative offices will also function with full strength w.e.f. 18-05-2020.

                                                                                      Astt. Director ( Staff and Vigilance)

Copy for information and similar action to

All Group Officers of Circle Office.