Wednesday, March 4, 2015

CHQ - APARs for JTS Gr A

It is learnt that the work of preparation of documentation for holding of DPC for promotion to the cadre of JTS Gr. A for the year 2014-15 is in full swing at Directorate. The following 36 PS Gr. 'B' officers ACRs/APARs are required at Directorate today itself in a special bag. ACRs/APARs of following officers are already available at concerned circle office, as same were recently retuned to them by Directorate.

Circle Secretaries of concerned circles are requested to ensure the submission of requisite ACRs/ACRs of the officers to Directorate today itself so that proposal can be submitted to UPSC for holding of DPC for promotion to the cadre of JTS Gr. A for the year 2014-15 


Sl. No.
Name of the officer
Circle
Period
1
A. Sesha Giri Rao
Andhra Pradesh
2008-09 to 2012-13
2
Jagannath Baitha
Bihar
2012-13
3
Girish Chandra Pant
Delhi
11.10.08 to 31.03.09, 2009-10 to 2012-13
4
Ravi
Delhi
2009-10 to 2012-13
5
L.L. AHIRWAR
Delhi
2012-13
6
BABU LAL B
Gujarat
26.09.08 to 31.03.09, 2009-10 to 2012-13
7
R.M. SHAH
Gujarat
01.04.12 to 21.08.12
8
N.J.RATHWA
Gujarat
01.04.10 to 23.09.10, 2012-13
9
Vimal Kishore
Jharkhand
01.04.09 to 05.07.09
10
B.S. Chandrashekhar
Karnataka
2011-12, 2012-13
11
G.S. Hungund
Karnataka
2009-10, 01.04.10 to 23.01.11, 2011-12
12
V.R.Aravindakshan Nair
Kerala
2012-13
13
R.S. RAGHUWANSHI
Madhya Pradesh
30.09.08 to 31.03.09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12
14
S.K. THAKRE
Madhya Pradesh
01.04.08 to 27.11.08, 2011-12 & 2012-13
15
S.K. DUBEY
Madhya Pradesh
23.11.10 to 31.03.11, 2011-12, 2012-13
16
JIRAMAN DEEP
Odisha
2009-10
17
INDERJEET SINGH
Punjab
01.04.12 to 15.01.13
18
MOHINDER SINGH NEGI
Punjab
01.04.11 to 23.08.11
19
Pramod Kumar Gupta
Rajasthan
2012-13
20
R.L. Patel
Rajasthan
2008-09, 2009-10, 01.04.10 to 10.08.10
21
Prabhu Dayal Raigar
Rajasthan
01.07.09 to 31.03.10, 01.01.11 to 31.03.11
22
Bishan Lal Regar
Rajasthan
01.04.09 to 06.09.09, 2012-13
23
V.M. Sakthivelu
Tamilnadu
2008-09 to 2012-13
24
R. Raju
Tamilnadu
01.10.08 to 31.03.09, 2009-10 to 2012-13
25
R. Ganapathi Swaminathan
Tamilnadu
03.11.08 to 31.03.09
26
M.B. Shahjahan
Tamilnadu
2008-09 to 2011-12
27
T. Baskaran
Tamilnadu
2008-09 to 2012-13
28
A.R. Natarajan
Tamilnadu
2010-11
29
Vinod Kumar Singh
Uttar Pradesh
21.10.09 to 31.03.10, 2010-11 & 2011-12
30
Rameshwar Dayal
Uttar Pradesh
2009-10 to 2011-12
31
Chhotey Lal
Uttar Pradesh
2008-09 to 2010-11
32
R.K.PRASAD
Uttar Pradesh
16.12.09 to 31.03.10, 2010-11, 2011-12
33
RAM NATH RAM
West Bengal
01.04.12 to 11.10.12
34
Rasik Hembram
West Bengal
2008-09, 2009-10, 01.04.10 to 22.09.10, 2011-12, 2012-13
35
Bidhan Chandra Das
West Bengal
2012-13
36
Prasanta Halder
West Bengal
2012-13, 01.01.10 to 31.03.10

Monday, March 2, 2015

6th Anniversary Day of BHARAT POSTAL PENSIONER,S FORUM MANNARGUDI-614 001 held on 01.03.2014



BHARAT POSTAL PENSIONER'S FORUM, MANNARGUDI BRANCH Celebrated its 6th Annual Day Celebrations at RAJA RAJESAWRI KALYANA MAHAL, MANNARGUDI on 01.03.2014.
Shri.Abdul Lathif., ADPS (Retd) Presided the function.
Shri.P.R.SATHYANARAYANAN, General Secretary of BPPF and Advocate CAT., Madras High Court , Chennai and also our Ex-CS felicitated the function.
Shri.N.Ravi APMG Rectt.(Retd), Shri. S.Chandrasekaran ADPS(Retd), Shri.M.Chellappa, Chief Postmaster GPO, CHENNAI (Retd) also attended the function.
Shri.G.KUPPUSWAMY, ASP (Retd)., Shri.V.Vivekanandam Chief Accounts Officer (Retd)., Organized the function.

OUR CS attended & felicitated the function  

















Saturday, February 28, 2015

Highlights of the Union Budget 2015 - 16

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday announced a budget aimed at high growth, saying the pace of cutting the fiscal deficit would slow as he seeks to boost investment and ensure that ordinary people benefit.

Here are the highlights of Jaitley's Budget for the fiscal year that begins on April 1.

TAXATION
* To abolish wealth tax
* Replaces wealth tax with additional 2% surcharge on super rich
* Proposes to cut to 25 percent corporate tax over next four years
* Corporate tax of 30 percent is uncompetitive
 * Net gain from tax proposals seen at Rs 150.68 billion
 * Jaitley proposes modification of permanent establishment norms so that the mere presence of a fund manager in India would not constitute a permanent establishment of the offshore fund, resulting in adverse tax consequences.
* Proposes to rationalise capital gains tax regime for real estate investment trusts
* Expects to implement goods and services tax by April 2016
* To reduce custom duty on 22 items
* Proposes to increase service tax rate and education cess to 14 percent from 12.36 percent
* Plans to introduce direct tax regime that is internationally competitive on rates without exemptions
* Exemptions for individual tax payers to continue
* To enact tough penalties for tax evasion in new bill
* Tax dept to clarify indirect transfer of assets and dividend paid by foreign firms

FISCAL DEFICIT
* Fiscal deficit seen at 3.9 percent of GDP in 2015/16
* Will meet the challenging fiscal target of 4.1 percent of GDP
* Remain committed to meeting medium term fiscal deficit target of 3 percent of GDP
* Current account deficit below 1.3 percent of GDP
* Jaitley says have to keep fiscal discipline in mind despite need for higher investment  

GROWTH
* GDP growth seen at between 8 percent and 8.5 percent y/y
* Aiming double digit growth rate, achievable soon  

INFLATION
* Expects consumer inflation to remain close to 5 percent by March, opening room for more monetary policy easing
* Monetary policy framework agreement with the RBI clearly states objective of keeping inflation below 6 percent
* "One of the achievements of my government has been to conquer inflation. This decline in my view represents a structural shift."  

REVENUES
* Revenue deficit seen at 2.8 percent of GDP
* Non tax revenue seen at 2.21 trillion rupees
* Agricultural incomes are under stress  

DISINVESTMENT
* Government targets 410 billion rupees from stake sales in companies
* Total stake sale in 2015/16 seen at 695 billion rupees  

MARKET REFORMS
* Propose to merge commodities regulator with SEBI
* To bring a new bankruptcy code
* Jaitley says will move to amend the RBI act this year, and provide for a monetary policy committee
* To set up public debt management agency
* Proposes to introduce a public contract resolution of disputes bill
* To establish an autonomous bank board bureau to improve management of public sector banks  

POLICY REFORMS
* To enact a comprehensive new law on black money
* Propose to create a universal social security system for all Indians
* To launch a national skills mission soon to enhance employability of rural youth
* To raise visa-on-arrival facility to 150 countries from 43

* Allocates 346.99 billion rupees for rural employment guarantee scheme   
BORROWING
* Gross market borrowing seen at 6 trillion rupees
* Net market borrowing seen at 4.56 trillion rupees   
GENERAL ANTI-AVOIDANCE RULES (GAAR)
* Government defers rollout of anti-tax avoidance rules GAAR by two years
* GAAR to apply prospectively from April 1, 2017
* Retrospective tax provisions will be avoided   
INFRASTRUCTURE
* Investment in infrastructure will go up by 700 bln rupees in 2015/16 over last year
* Plans to set up national investment infrastructure fund
* Proposes tax-free infrastructure bonds for projects in roads, rail and irrigation projects
* Proposes 5 "ultra mega" power projects for 4,000 MW each
* Second unit of Kudankulam nuclear power station to be commissioned
* Will need to build additional 100,000 km of road
* Ports in public sector will be encouraged to corporatise under Companies Act   
EXPENDITURE
* Plan expenditure estimated at about 4.65 trillion rupees
* Non-plan expenditure seen at about 13.12 trillion rupees
 * Allocates 2.46 trillion rupees for defence spending
 * Allocates 331.5 billion rupees for health sector
* If revenue improves, hope to raise budgeted allocations for rural job scheme by 50 billion rupees   
INVESTMENT
* Propose to do away with different types of foreign investment caps and replace them with composite caps
* To allow foreign investment in alternative investment funds
* Public investment needed to catalyse investment   
GOLD
* To develop a sovereign gold bond
* To introduce gold monetisation scheme to allow depositors to earn interest
* To introduce Indian-made gold coin to reduce demand for foreign gold coins      
SUBSIDIES
* We are committed to subsidy rationalisation based on cutting leakages   
FINANCE MINISTER'S COMMENTS
* "We inherited a sentiment of doom and gloom. The investment community had almost written us off. We have come a long way since then."
* "We have turned around the economy, dramatically restoring macroeconomic stability and creating the conditions for sustainable poverty elimination, job creation, durable double digit economic growth."
* "While being mindful of the challenges ... this gives us reason to feel optimistic."
* "Domestic and international investors are seeing us with renewed interest and hope."   


http://www.rediff.com/business/report/budget-highlights-of-the-union-budget/20150228.htm
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