Monday, October 28, 2013
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
15/1089-90, VASUNDHARA, VASUNDHARA (P.O.), Dt.
(U.P), PIN-201012 GHAZIABAD
Reference: AIA/Circular-24/2013 Dated: 18th October 2013
Members & Spl. Invitees – NE &
Members of Women’s Committee
The record note of discussion with DAI on 23rd August 2013 has been received and it has been placed in our blog.
The Deptt has already issued orders enhancing the per centage of Supervisors in deficit offices – where the vacancy position in AAO cadre is 15% or more, the Supervisor post will be 10% of the Sanctioned strength of AAO cadre.
Though it is much below what we have been demanding (20% of the AAO cadre strength across the department), it still gives relief to seniors to a great extend. CHQ is continuing its efforts to convince the administration on the need to extend the enhanced percentage of Supervisor posts in all offices, irrespective of the vacancy position.
As regards SAS results, it seems the administration is not in a mood to backtrack on negative marks. The efforts are continuing. The situation gets worse with direct recruitee SAS personnel as they face reversion. Additional chances for those who have already exhausted the chances or a supplementary exam for all such candidates are the proposals that we have put up, in addition to the abolition of negative marks. We have also brought to the notice of DAI that no such condition on negative marks was notified to the candidates at the time of the Examination. The CHQ is pursuing the matter with the CAG‘s administration.
We are constantly pursuing the need of going for local recruitment, if necessary, by delineating/disaffiliating with Staff Selection Commission. The administration is quite skeptic about having own recruitment mechanism for the reasons well understood. The present method of recruitment is causing lot of inconveniences to the newly recruited as well as to the office. Our units should take lead in mobilising political opinion in every station for forcing the Central government to change the recruitment pattern adopted by the SSC. The eve of general election is the appropriate time for such mobilisation.
ON 7TH CPC
The struggle led by Confederation forced the government to announce the appointment of the 7th CPC. The CHQ greets all our comrades who joined the various struggles and also the strike on 12-12-12.
The Govt has sought comments from the Staff Side, NC, JCM on the terms of reference of the 7th CPC. The letter from the Govt to Secretary, Staff Side is placed on the Association site. The Staff side responded by demanding a meeting. The meeting has been convened on 24th October 2013, at 11 am.
Consequent upon the decision of the Government to set up the 7th CPC, the strike ballot scheduled for 11, 12, 13 November has been deferred.
TU CLASS ON 15-16 NOVEMBER AT MUMBAI
Confederation has organised 2-day’s TU class at Mumbai. The delegates for the TU class is requested to inform Audit COC, Mumbai about their arrival, need of accommodation etc. (Audit COC will make boarding arrangements only). Delegates may contact:
1. Com CM Khedekar, Convener, Audit COC – 09820164226/
2. Com NA Chavan, Chairman, Audit COC – 09503693854/
3. Com Ajit Menon – Gen. Secy, Accounts Cat. III – 09869354807/
4. Com CG Surve – Gen. Secy., Audit Cat III (O/o DGA, C) - 09969426173
WOMEN’S CONVENTION AT NEW DELHI ON 25-26 NOVEMBER 2013
Confederation is holding the 2nd Women’s Convention at New Delhi on 25-26 November 2013. We have been given a quota of 15 delegates (minimum). The Units are requested to depute women comrades to the convention. The quota for each station is given below.
HP/Shimla – 4, Haryana - 2, Punjab – 2, WB/Kolkata -4, Chennai – 4, Bangalore – 2, Kerala – 2, Mumbai -2, Orissa -2 & Delhi-5, Jaipur -1, Hyderabad -2
The stations that have not been mentioned may also send delegates. The Units may intimate the arrival details of the women comrades by 10th November 2013 so as to make arrangements for accommodation etc.