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Retirement of Sh. Vinay Kumar Tiwary IPoS:1988 on Superannuation

Retirement of Sh. Vinay Kumar Tiwary IPoS:1988

(TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART I SECTION 2 OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA)

Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(Personnel Division)

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg
New Delhi-110001
Dated: 28.09.2021

NOTIFICATION

No. 13-2/2021-SPG: Shri Vinay Kumar Tiwary (IPoS-1988), CGM, Parcel Directorate, Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications, is retiring on superannuation from Government services w.e.f. the afternoon of 30.09.2021.

(G. Rajeev)
Director (Staff)

To,


The Manager,
Government of India Press
Minto Road,New Delhi – 110002.

Copy to:

  1. PS to Minister of Communications/Minister of State for Communications.
  2. Concerned officer.
  3. Sr. PPS to Secretary (P)/PPS to Director General Postal Services, New Delhi.
  4. PPS/PS to Additional Director General (Coordination)/all Members, Postal Services Board.
  5. AS&FA.
  6. Director, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai National Postsl Academy, Ghaziabad.
  7. All Chief Postmasters General/Postmasters General.
  8. CGM (BD)/CGM(PLI)/CGM (Parcel)/Sr. DDG (Vigilance) & CVO/Sr. DDG (PAF).
  9. Addl. DG, APS C/o 56 APO.
  10. All DDsG/GMs/Secretary, PSB.
  11. GM (CEPT), Mysore, with a request to upload the order in India Post Website.
  12. Concerned Director of Accounts (Postal).
  13. All Directors, Postal Training Centres.
  14. Director (MO& Admn.), Dak Bhawan, New Delhi.
  15. AdsG (Admn.)/(Gen. Admn.)
  16. PEA/C&A/PB/Admn./GA/PE-II/Parliament Section & NIC/Reception, Dak Bhawan.
  17. CS to Member (P)/ Shri C.P. Singh, IP (SPG-I)
  18. SO’s Guard File.

(Vinayak Mishra)
Assistant Director General (SPG)

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Central Government employees retired during the period from January, 2020 to June,2021- calculation of Gratuity and Cash payment in lieu of Leave- regarding.

Accordingly, the President is pleased to decide that in respect of central Government employees who retired on or after 01.01.2020 and up to 30.06.2021. The amount of DA to be taken into account for calculation of gratuity and cash payment in lieu of leave will be deemed to be as under

File No. 4-1 (8) / 2021 – Pen
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(Pension Section)

Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg
New Delhi -l 10001
Dated:10-09-2021

To
All Heads of Postal Circles
Chief General Manager, BD Directorate / Parcel Directorate / PLI Directorate
All Regional Postmasters General
Director, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai National Postal Academy, Ghaziabad
All Directors/Dy. Directors of Accounts (Postal)

Subject: Central Government employees retired during the period from January, 2020 to June,2021- calculation of Gratuity and Cash payment in lieu of Leave- regarding.

Sir/Madam,

I am directed to forward herewith a copy of office Memorandum of Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) No. l(5)/E.V/2020 dated 07.09.2021 on the subject cited above for information and necessary compliance.

Yours faithfully,

(Hemant Khulbe)
Asstt. Director General (Pen)

Encls.: As above (2 Pages)

Copy along with enclosures to:-
1. PPS to Secretary(Posts)/DG(Posts)
2. PPS to Member(Banking & DBT) / Plg. & HRD/Tech./Pers./Ops./PLI/Addl. DG(Cord.)
3. AS & FA/ Sr. DDG(PAF)
4. Secretary(PSB)/All DDsG
5. All Regional Postmasters General /GM(F)/DA(P)/DDA(P)
6. All Postal Training Centres
7.Director, CEPT Mysore-for uploading on the official website of the Deptt. of Posts
8. Gaurd file

No. 1(5)/E.V/2020
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
(Department of Expenditure)
*****


North Block New Delhi
Date the 7th September,2021

OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Sub : central Government employees retired during the period from January, 2020 to June, 2021 – calculation of Gratuity and Cash payment in lieu of Leave – regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Ministry’s O.M. No.1/1/2020- E.III(B) dated 23.04.2020- read with O.M. No. 1/1/2020-E.II(B) dated 20.07,2021, in regard to payment of Dearness Allowance (DA) during the period from 01.01.2020 up to 30.06.2021 and to say that in terms thereof while the rate of DA during the said period shall remain at 77% of basic pay, the same has been enhanced to 28% of basic pay subsuming additional installments arising on 01.01.2020(4), 01.07.2020 (3%) & 01.01.2021(4%) payable w.e.f . 01.07.2021.

2. As per the existing provisions contained in central civil services (pension) Rules 1972, DA on the date of retirement or death is reckoned as emoluments for the purpose of calculation of gratuity. Also, as per the existing provisions contained in CCS (Leave) Rules 1972, pay admissible on the date of retirement plus DA on that are reckoned for the purpose of calculation of cash payment in lieu of leave.

3. In view of the provisions of the aforesaid orders of this Ministry dated 23.04.2020 and 20.07.2021, calculation of gratuity and cash payment in lieu of leave in respect of central Government employees who retired on or after 01.01.2020 and up to 30.06.2021 are required to be made based on the rate of DA at 17% of basic pay.

4. Keeping in view that gratuity and cash payment in lieu of leave are one-time retirement benefits admissible to employees on retirement and employees who retired during the period from 01.01.2020 to 30.06.2021 have been allowed lesser amount than what would have been calculable but for the aforesaid orders of this Ministry dated
23.04.2020 and 20.07.2021, the matter has been considered sympathetically with a view to allowing the same to such employees.

5. Accordingly, the President is pleased to decide that in respect of central Government employees who retired on or after 01.01.2020 and up to 30.06.2021. The amount of DA to be taken into account for calculation of gratuity and cash
payment in lieu of leave will be deemed to be as under:-

Employees retiring during the period National Percentage of Dearness
Allowance (DA) for calculation purpose
From 01.01.2020 to 30.06.2020 21% of basic pay
From 01.07.2020 to 31.12.2020 24% of basic pay
From 01.01.2021 to 30.06.2021 28% of basic pay
  1. All other conditions as stipulated in CCS (Pension) Rules 1972 and the orders of Department of Pension & PW vide O.M. No.7/5/2012-P&PW(F)/B dated 26.08.2016 in respect of employees borne on National Pension System (NPS) and
    CCS (Leave) Rules 1972, shall continue to be applicable while calculating gratuity and cash payment in lieu of leave respectively.
  2. ln their application to the persons belonging to India Audit and Accounts Department, these orders are issued under Article 148(5) of the constitution and after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India .
  3. Hindi version will follow.


(Annie G. Mathew)
Addl. Secretary to the Govt.of India



To

1. All the Minister /Departments as per the standard Mailing list
2. C&AG of India
3.NIC

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Retirement of Sh. V. Santhanaraman DPS (HQ) Tamil Nadu Circle on 31/07/2021

Retirement of Sh. V. Santhanaraman DPS (HQ) Tamil Nadu Circle on 31/07/2021

Official Retirement Order of Sh. V Santhanaraman (SLY-2005), DPS HQ, Tamil Nadu Circle on dated 31.07.2021

File no. R-13/2/2020-SPG

(To be published in Part -1 section 2 of Gazette of India)

Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg, New Delhi – 110001

Notification

No. R-13/2/2020-SPG. Shri V. Santhanaraman (SLY:2005) , DPS HQ, Tamil Nadu Circle, Chennai on superannuation will retire from Government Service w.e.f. the afternoon of 31.07.2021

Vinayak Mishra
Assistant Director General (SPG)

Retirement of  Sh. V. Santhanaraman DPS (HQ) Tamil Nadu Circle on 31/07/2021
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Voluntary Retirement of Sh. V Rajarajan (IPoS:1988) CPMG Kerala Circle

Voluntary Retirement of Sh. V Rajarajan (IPoS:1988) CPMG Kerala Circle Order No. PF-IPoS-074/SPG dated 14.06.2021

The president is pleased to accept the notice dated 29.04.2021 for voluntary retirement under rule 48-A of Central civil services (Pension) Rules 1972 , tenderd by Shri V. Rajarajan (IPoS:1988) a Higher Administrative Grade officer of Indian Postal Service Group A presently working as chief Postmaster General, Kerala Circle. Sh. V. Rajarajan is accordingly permitted to retire voluntarily from government service with effect from the afternoon of 31.07.2021.

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Timely payment of retirement benefits to retiring Employees – DOP Order

Subject : Timely payment of retirement benefits to the retiring Employees.

I am directed to forward herewith a copy of office memorandum of Ministry of Personnel , PG and Pensions ( Department of pension and pensioners welfare) No. 3(6)2021-P&PW(H)-7083 dated 09.03.2021 regarding the above Meno subject for information and necessary compliance.

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Retirement of Sh Subash Chandra Barmma (IPoS-1987), CPMG Odisha Circle

Retirement of Sh Subash Chandra Barmma

Retirement of Sh Subash Chandra Barmma (IPoS-1987), CPMG Odisha Circle

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(TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART I SECTION 2 OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA)

Government of India

Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(Personnel Division)

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg

New Delhi110001

Dated: 27.05.2020

NOTIFICATION

No. R-13/3/2020(1)-SPG:  Shri Subash Chandra Barmma (IPoS-1987), Chief Postmaster General, Odisha Circle is retiring on superannuation from Government service w.e.f. the afternoon of 31.05.2020.

 (G. Rajeev)

Director (Staff)

To,

The Manager.

Government of India Press

Minto Road, New Delhi : 110002.

Copy to:

  1. PS to Minister of Communications/Minister of State for Communications.
  2. Sr. PPS to Secretary (P)PPS to Director General Postal Services, New Delhi.
  3. PPS/PS to Additional Director General (Coordination)/all Members. Postal Services Board.
  4. Concerned officer.
  5. AS&FA.
  6. Director, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai National Postal Academy. Ghaziabad.
  7. All Chief Postmasters General/Postmasters General.
  8. CGM (BD)/CGM(PLI)/CGM (Parcel/Sr. DDG (Vigilance) & CVO/Sr. DDG (PAF).
  9. Addl. DG, APS Cio 56 APO.
  10. All DDsG/GMs/Secretary. PSB.
  11. GM (CEPT), Mysore, with a request to upload the order in India Post Website.
  12. Concerned Director or Accounts (Postal).
  13. All Directors. Postal Training Centres.
  14. Director (MO & Admin.). Dak Bhawan. New Delhi.
  15. ADsG (Admn.)/(Gen. Admn.)
  16. PEA/C&A/PB/Admn./GA/PE-II/Parliament Section & NIC/Reception. Dak Bhwan.
  17. CS to Member (P).
  18. SO’s Guard File.

(Vinayak Mishra)

Assistant Director General (SPG)

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Retirement of Indian Postal Service Group ‘A’ Officers from Govt. Services.

retirement of ipos group a

Retirement of Indian Postal Service Group ‘A’ Officers from Govt. Services.

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retirement of ipos group a

(TO BE PUBLISHED IN PART-I SECTION 2 OF GAZETTE OF INDIA)

Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg, New Delhi-110001

Dated:26th May 2020

NOTIFICATION

No. R-13/2/2020-SPG.

On attaining the age of superannuation the following Junior Administrative Grade Officers of the Indian Postal Service Group ‘A’ will stand retired from Govt. Service w.e.f. 31.05.2020 (A/N):

Sl No. Name Present Posting
1. Shri R. Joseph Rahul DPS, Central Region,Kochi
2. Shri Ganapathi Gurunathan DPS(HQ) , Bhubaneswar

(Vinayak Mishra)

Assistant Director General (SPG)

To,

Manager

Government of India Press,

Minto Road,

New Delhi-110002

Copy for information to:-

  1. As per standard
  2. GM (CEPT) – With a request to upload the order on India Post Website.
  3. AD(OL) for Hindi translation.
  4. Guard file/Office copy.

(O. P. Pokhriyal)

Assistant Director (SPG_I)

Retirement of Indian Postal Service Group ‘A’ Officers from Govt. Services.

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No move to reduce the retirement age of government employees, nor such a proposal discussed or contemplated at any level in the government: Dr Jitendra Singh

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

No move to reduce the retirement age of government employees, nor such a proposal discussed or contemplated at any level in the government: Dr Jitendra Singh

Posted On: 26 APR 2020 7:02PM by PIB Delhi
Strongly refuting the reports in a section of media that Government has moved a proposal for reducing the age of retirement of government employees to 50 years, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh categorically stated here today that there is no such move to reduce the retirement age nor has been such a proposal discussed or contemplated at any level in the government.
Dr Jitendra Singh said, there are certain motivated elements which have been over the last few days, time and again planting such disinformation in a section of media and attributing it to the government sources or DoP&T. He said, each time a prompt rebuttal is sought to be made in order to clear the confusion in the minds of stakeholders. He said, it was unfortunate that at a time when the country is going through Corona crises and the entire world is praising Prime Minister Sh Narendra Modi for his proactive handling of the pandemic, there are certain elements and vested interests which try to underplay all the good work done by the Government by planting such media stories.
No move to reduce the retirement age of government employees
On the contrary, right from the beginning of the emergence of the Corona challenge, Government and the DoP&T have, from time to time taken prompt decisions to safeguard the interests of the employees. For example, he said, even before the lockdown was officially announced, DOPT had issued an advisory for the offices to work with “absolutely necessary or minimum staff”. Even though the essential services were exempted from this guideline, DOPT had issued directions to exempt the “Divyang employees even from the essential services”.
Considering the constraints of the lockdown, he recalled that DOPT had postponed the last date for filling of the Annual Performance Appraisal Report (APAR) by the government officials.
At the same time, he referred to the UPSC’s decision to reschedule the dates of IAS/Civil Services interview/personality test and also announced that the Civil Services Preliminary Test will be done after May 3rd. Similarly, on the same line, SSC has also postponed its process of recruitment.
As for the Department of Personnel in the Ministry of Personnel, Dr Jitendra Singh said that last week there was fake news that the government had decided to impose a 30% reduction in the pension and discontinue pensions for those who are above the age of 80. However, contrary to this, the truth is that on the 31st of March there was not a single pensioner whose pension did not deposit in his account. Not only this, services of the Postal Department were sought to deliver the pension amount at the residence of the pensioners, whenever required.
As for the Department of Personnel, in the last four weeks, the Ministry of Personnel has had Video Conference consultations for Pensioners and Senior Citizens across 20 cities where pulmonary advice was given by experts like Dr Randeep Guleria, Director (AIIMS). Similarly, Yoga Sessions on Webinar are also being organised.
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