Tuesday, 19 November 2013
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP – C
WEST BENGAL CIRCLE BRANCH
37, Ganesh Chandra Avenue, Kolkata – 700 013
PC-35/Recruitment dated 19-11-2013
Sri J. Panda,
Chief Post Master General,
West Bengal Circle,
Sub: Expedition of pre-appointment formalities for Postal Assistants /Sorting Assistants / PA SBCO for
Direct Recruitment for the years 2011 & 2012.
Kindly recall the discussions this union had with you yesterday on the above subject at your chamber.
Once again this is to mention that it is a good news to our postal family that result of direct recruitment for the year 2011 & 2012 has recently been published and a large number of PAs / SAs / PASBCO are going to enter in our department. What in our last discussions both you and we opined is that on the background of present era of technological development these young, energetic and talented girls and boys will be much helpful and effective to our department. And hence we earnestly requested you to have a constant supervision from higher level administration so that the pre-appointment formalities for these new entrants get completed at the earliest exploring easy avenues for their appointment. Unfortunately, we are receiving some information that in some divisions like North Presidency, Dinajpur, Tamluk etc the local administration are not shouldering almost any responsibility to expedite the entire process and as a consequence there is already a space that both the new entrants and also the respective division will have to suffer bitterly. However, in our discussions we also requested you to provide in house training for them so that before requisite induction training they can join easily.
In these circumstances this union urges upon you to intervene in to this matter personally and issue necessary instruction in general so that these newly recruited candidates may get appointment as soon as possible.
Copy to : All Division / Branch Secretaries for intimation – they are also requested to pursue this case with the local authority constantly.