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Arwal Post Office Gutted by Fire, Important Documents Destroyed

Arwal Post Office Gutted by Fire, Important Documents Destroyed

Arwal, Bihar: A major fire broke out at the Arwal Post Office on Thursday night, destroying important documents and computers. The fire is believed to have been caused by a short circuit.

According to reports, there was no electricity at the post office on Thursday. Power was restored late at night, after which all the employees went home. The fire is believed to have started late at night due to a short circuit.

Villagers from the surrounding area saw the fire and informed the fire brigade. A fire brigade vehicle arrived at the scene and brought the fire under control.

Post office employees are currently assessing the damage. The extent of the damage is not yet known, but it is feared that many important documents have been destroyed.

This is a developing story. Stay tuned for updates.

Key Points:

  • Fire broke out at Arwal Post Office on Thursday night.
  • Fire caused by short circuit.
  • Important documents and computers destroyed.
  • Fire brigade brought fire under control.
  • Damage assessment underway.

Source- Kashish News

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power to fix working hours and extend working hours of Post Office

Power to fix working hours and extend working hours of Post Office

Head of the Circle- Fix working hours of Post Office under clause 5 of Post Office Guide
Director General – May extend the working hours of Post Offices & keep them open on Sundays also.

 

3.Night Post Offices- (i) The working hours of the post offices are generally fixed by the Head of the Circle according to the timings given in clause 5 of the Post Office Guide. However, the Director-General may extend the working hours of any post office up to 8:30 P.M. and keep them open on Sundays also. These post offices will be termed ‘night post offices’ and will transact those transactions which have been authorized by the Director-General in this behalf.

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SOP & FAQ of PM Suryaghar Yojna

BD Directorate has issued SOP & FAQ of PM Suryaghar Yojna

Employees may download the SOP & FAQ for registration of consumers.

SOP & FAQ of PM Suryaghar Yojna
SOP & FAQ of PM Suryaghar Yojna

 

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Registration of beneficiaries under PM Surya Ghar Yojana

BD-10RP/1/2024-BDMD – DOP
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
Business Development Directorate

Dak Bhawan, New Delhi-110001
Dated: 01st March 2024

To,
All Head of Circles

Subject: – Registration of beneficiaries under PM Surya Ghar Yojana

            Kind reference is invited to this office letter of even no. dated 23.02.2024 vide which instructions on new project of PM Surya Ghar Yojana were circulated.

2.    In this regard, kindly refer to this office email dated 01.03.2024 to all HOCS wherein it was informed that whitelisting of QRT Surya Ghar mobile application on IPPB devices is scheduled on 01.03.20204 at 1600 hours in all Circles. All IPPB devices are required to be kept on from 1400 to 1700 hours.

3.    All enumerators having IPPB devices may be directed to start registration of beneficiaries on these devices with effect from 01.03.2024 itself. However, all devices which are already being used for registrations may continue to be used.

4.     In order to achieve the Circle targets, all field staff may be directed to carry out registration work on all days including Saturday & Sunday till 09.03.2024, when the target achievement will be reviewed. Circles may also organize Melas/Camps to register maximum beneficiaries.

5.     Till date only 1.64 lakh beneficiaries have been registered by DoP which is only 1% of the target allotted. The Circle wise list of targets achieved till date is attached herewith.

Enclo: As above

(Kushal Vashist)
General Manager (BD)

Registration of beneficiaries under PM Surya Ghar Yojana
Registration of beneficiaries under PM Surya Ghar Yojana
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Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa 2024- Plan for February- March 2024

File No. 01/11/2023-PG
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(PG Division)

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg
New Delhi-110001
Dated 21.02.2024

To,

  1. Chief Post Masters General of All Circles
  2. RAKNPA, Ghaziabad
  3. GM, CEPT, Mysuru
  4. Director, All PTCs

Subject: Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa 2024- Plan for February- March 2024

Reference: Letter of even number dated 01.02.2024 regarding continuation of Special Campaign 3.0

Madam/ Sir,

We will share the Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa Toolkit 1 for use and implementation across the India Post Network during the period from now till 31 March 2024 by tomorrow:22 February 2024. This aims to build on the efforts of the Department over the last few years, including the Swachhta Abhiyaan 2023 and start a new phase of action for service delivery excellence across the post office network.

  1. The steps in the Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa 2024 Plan are provided below:
  • Step 1- Video Conference with DDG (PG, QA & I) and Team with Circle and Regional Office Teams on 23 February 2024 at 4.00 PM. The VC will introduce the toolkit that will be shared in advance. Attendees include DPS (HQ), Nodal Officers for Swachhta, Group Officers in-charge of Inspections and supporting teams, locally available Divisional Heads at Circle and Regional Headquarters who can conveniently join the

VC link: https://bharatvc.nic.in/join/4637756060

  • Step 2- Guidance to Divisional and Sub-Divisional Teams to convene Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa Goshthis in each Division to cover all offices upto BO level through Strategic Business Units (SOs and Linked BOs), City Sub-Post Offices, all Head Post Offices, GPOs, Mail Offices and all establishments as covered under Special Campaign 3.0 and Swachhta 2023. This may be done over VC soon after the VC at Step 1 above on the same lines. This maybe completed latest by 26 February 2024. VCs maybe held on 24 February 2024 as far as possible.
  • Step 3- Drawing a schedule for Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa Goshthis for each Sub-Division in order to convene the Goshthis during the period 27 February to 10 March 2024 positively. Presence of Divisional head, Sub-Divisional Head, Nodal Officers from the Circle and Regional level, other officers and officials, including master trainers, coaches and mentors (identified on the basis of their skill sets, commitment and passion) during the Goshthis may be ensured and the schedule be drawn accordingly. Report on the schedule to be shared on QM portal as per given format latest by 29 February 2024.
  • Step 4: Implementing the schedule and unlocking the process of Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa Goshthis with the help of the toolkit to be shared tomorrow. Documenting outcomes of each Goshthi and draw schedule of subsequent steps to be completed by 31 March 2024.
  • Step 5: Consolidating the outcomes of all Goshthis and commitments from each Goshthi about activities to be completed by 31 March 2024 by Circles. Exercise to be completed by 15 March 2024 and reported on QM portal for information and review at Directorate level.
  • Step 6: Follow up on pending activities to be carried out in each office Through an internal feedback mechanism activated by the Circle. Methods to be developed by Circles and to be reported during review VCs to be convened in April 2024 to enable finalisation of Swachhta Se Shrshtha Sewa Plan for April to June 2024.
  1. Circles, Regions and Divisions are requested to plan their schedule to attend the VC on 23 February 2024 at 4 PM. As the toolkit will also be shared tomorrow, the VC would be a good occasion to raise questions, concerns and decision points by the field units so that this important exercise towards service delivery excellence and Swachhta can be implemented in the best possible manner in the days ahead.

Yours sincerely,

(Shailendra Kumar Dwivedi)
Deputy Director General (PG, QA & I)

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Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa 2024- Plan for February- March 2024
Swachhta Se Shreshtha Sewa 2024- Plan for February- March 2024
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Rationalization of jurisdiction of Postal Divisions as per District boundaries

No. Q-25/15/2023-PE-I-DOP
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(PE-I Section)

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi – 110001
Dated: 16 February, 2024

To,
All Heads of Circles,

Subject: Rationalization of jurisdiction of Postal Divisions as per District boundaries.

Sir/Madam,
I am directed to refer the then DGPS’s D.O. letter of even number dated 26.10.2023, on the subject mentioned above, vide which it was requested to review such Postal Divisions, which serve revenue districts in parts/fractions, and rationalize their jurisdiction, so as to ensure that their jurisdiction corresponds with one or more revenue districts, in full and not in parts.
2. In this regard, it has been decided that in the above matter status quo may be maintained till further orders.

Yours faithfully,

Signed by Prabha Sharma
Asstt. Director General (PE-I)
Tele: 011-2304 4822

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Rationalization of jurisdiction of Postal Divisions as per District boundaries.
Rationalization of jurisdiction of Postal Divisions as per District boundaries.
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Assigning additional charge of Member PLI, Postal Services Board, Chairman PLI Investment Board and Additional Director General Coord. – regarding.

F.No.1-3/2022-SPG
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(Personnel Division)

***

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi-110 001
Dated: 08.02.2024

ORDER

Subject: Assigning additional charge of Member (PLI), Postal Services Board, Chairman PLI Investment Board and Additional Director General (Coord.) – regarding.

Orders of the Competent Authority are hereby conveyed that the work of Member (PLI), PSB, Chairman PLI Investment Board will be looked after by Ms Vandita Kaul, Member (Banking & DBT),PSB and the work of Additional Director General (Coord.) will be looked after by Ms. Aindri Anurag, Member (Operations), PSB in addition to their own duties and without any extra renumeration with immediate effect and till the regular incumbent is posted or until further orders, whichever is earlier. However, Philately Division shall submit files directly to DGPS, till the regular incumbent is posted.

(Rajpal)
Assistant director General (SPG)

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Gujarat Circle Instructions to manage Rush of the customers in Post Offices

Gujarat Circle Instructions to manage Rush of the customers in Post Offices

Gujarat Circle Instructions to manage the rush of the customers in the Post Offices

DEPARTMENT OF POSTS: INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS
Office of the Chief Postmaster General, Gujarat Circle

To,                                                                                                                                                                                                                By email

  1. The PMG, Ahmedabad / Vadodara /Rajkot
  2. The General Manager(Finance), PAO, Ahmedabad
  3. The Manager(GrA), MMS, Ahmedabad
  4. The CPM , Ahmedabad GPO, Ahmedabad
  5. The Supdt, Engineer, Postal Civil Circle, Naranpura, Ahmedabad
  6. All SSPOs / SRMs /SPOs in Gujarat Circle.
  7. All Supdt. PSDs/CSD in Gujarat Circle
  8. All Group Officers in CO, Ahmedabad
  9. The AO ICO(SB), CO, Ahmedabad
  10. The Manager RLO,Ahmedabad
  11. The In-charge, CPC, Shahibaug, Ahmedabad 380 004.
  12. All Section Supervisors in CO,Ahmedabad
  13. The Office Supdt. Circle Office, Ahmedabad
  14. The Sr. PS to CPMG/PS to DPS(HQ), CO,Ahmedabad

No CPMG/Misc/2020                                                                                                                                    Dated at Ahmedabad the 11.06.2020

Sub : Instructions / Guidelines to manage the rush of the customers in the Post Offices in the Pandemic of Covid-19 Corona Virus Instructions.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing has become a standard public health intervention around the world. It is proven to be one of the most effective ways to reduce the spread of illness during an outbreak. In this connection, the competent authority has decided that Post offices in Gujarat Circle may adopt several practices such as in-POs social distancing markers, limiting the number of walk-in customers, investing in protective equipment like Thermal screening and offering doorstep service to customer with Immediate effect.

In-POs social distancing markers:

  • Outside the gate of POs, at the distance of 06 feet circles with yellow color should be painted so that the walk in customers can stand in the circles maintaining The social distance .
  • All the POs must be directed to arrange one MTS (Gate keeper) to arrange the Public in a single Queue outside the gate of POs to maintain the social distancing. The MTS be directed to give sanitizer to each customer and entered the details like name and contact details of the customers, purpose of visit In registers before entering into POs.
  • Stickers on the floor showing the “PLEASE KEEP YOUR DISTANCE” should also be adhered to spread awareness.

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Limiting the number of customers:

  • The PATS can also issue token to the walk in customers and assign the slots of time to visit the POs to utilize the services.
  • Only three customers be allowed by that MTS to enter the POs ‘hat too maintaining social distancing. Outside the Counters of the POs, lines showing the queue are drawn so that the customers can stand irk queue maintaining the social distancing.
  • If the number of walk in customers Is very large, to tackle the situation, the detail’s of the Customers be entered into the register and customers be a be advised to generate his request on http://ccc.cept.gov.in/covid/request.aspx for the doorstep service.
  • The banners and display showing the doorstep services of the Department should also be placed at prominent places.
  • Customers can also be advised to utilize the services or ATM & Net banking for transaction of financial services.
  • Customers can also be advised to use AEPS (Aadhaar Enabled Payment System) for withdrawal and pension payment.
  • Address and phone number of the customer should be taken by MTS so that service can be provided at their door step by Postman.

 

Assistant Director Postal Services(Staff)

O/o the Chief Postmaster General

Gujarat Circle