Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Finalization of the Minutes of the Draft of the GBM dated 11.06.2016: Reg.

Comrades,

Having received favourable comments & appreciation regarding the draft, it has been treated as finalized and the same has been submitted to the administration for their kind consideration.

Thanking you all,

Fraternally yours,
-Sd/-
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)

Monday, June 20, 2016

Draft of the Minutes of the GBM Held on 11.06.2016 at Rajkot: Reg.

DRAFT MINUTES OF THE GBM HELD ON 11.06.2016 AT RAJKOT

           At the outset, the President warmly welcomed the members of this Association as also applauded them for their enthusiasm & spirit and declared the meeting open.

          Before taking up the Agenda, the General Secretary who is also holding post of Vice-President in All India Body informed the august gathering regarding the discussions in the meeting held with the Joint Secretary (Administration), CBEC, Govt. of India on 27.05.2016 at North Block, New Delhi. Thereafter, he took up the Agenda of the Meeting one by one and invited the respected members to offer their views on the same. The discussions & resolutions passed on each of the Agenda are as follows:

(i)          Blatant Violation of Transfer Policy for Central Excise: Ahmedabad Zone & Disregard to Constitutional Provisions

                  The General Secretary informed the august gathering that at the inception of the present & detailed Transfer Policy for Central Excise: Ahmedabad Zone during AGT-2015, this Association had observed that “the provisions of the Transfer Policy are well defined and expressed hope that the same shall be adhered to as well by the administration in its letter & spirit” but, the expectations of the Association were soon proved wrong and the provisions of the Transfer Policy were not adhered to by the administration of Rajkot Sector.

                  At the start of the process of AGT-2016, this Association again submitted that “adherence of the existing Transfer Policy should be given preference over creation of new Transfer Policy” but, the preconceived administration with its own aims & objectives, without considering the submissions made by this Association, brought a detailed amendment on 02.03.2016 only to be used as a matter of convenience. It was assured by all the responsible persons in the administration that the provisions of the Transfer Policy shall be strictly followed but, with a deep sense of grief, it is to put on record that not only the provisions of the Transfer Policy have been blatantly violated but also, utter disregard has been shown to the constitutional provisions. Some of the noteworthy points in this regard are as follows:

(a)            Non-Repatriation of Shri Jatin Makwana from Bhavnagar to Rajkot Commissionerate: Estt. Order No. 28/2014 dated 19.06.2014 was issued whereby several officers in the grade of Inspectors including Shri Jatin Makwana were transferred & posted to Central Excise, Bhavnagar. After completion of 02 years as per the Transfer Policy, all the said officers except Shri Jatin Makwana have been repatriated from Central Excise, Bhavnagar to Central Excise, Rajkot for the reasons best known to the administration.

All the members present over there unanimously expressed their view for early repatriation of Shri Jatin Makwana and so, this Association requests the administration to issue necessary Orders for repatriation of Shri Jatin Makwana at the earliest.

(b)            Recurring Exemptions Being Granted to Lady Officers: Para 14 of the Transfer Policy clearly lays down that lady officers are liable to be posted in other Sector like other officers. Moreover, Article 14 & 16 of the Constitution of India guarantees “Equality before Law” & “Equality of Opportunity in the Matters of Public Employment” which among other grounds includes “sex”. But, even after constitutional & statutory provisions, the administration both at CCO level as well as Sector level is continuously making differentiation on the basis of gender and causes discrimination for other officers. While unduly benefitting the lady officers, for the reasons best known to the administration, the administration has been simultaneously discriminating the other officers year after year in routine course. This is another glaring example of administrative arbitrariness whereby even the constitutional provisions are not being given due respect.

       All the members present over there unanimously expressed their view for immediate withdrawal of gender based exemption and so, this Association requests the administration to issue necessary modification Orders for removal of disparity arising out of gender based exemptions.

(c)              Exemptions to be Declared: This Association has noticed variations in the Due Lists & Estt. Orders. It happens because the administration considers some of the representations regarding exemptions and rejects the others for the reasons best known to them. This act of administration gives rise to dissatisfaction as well as speculations amongst the members as those whom representations have not been considered feel that their ground was more appropriate than others.

 All the members present over there unanimously expressed that in order to ensure transparency, following the practice currently being adopted in Central Excise, Vadodara Zone, the grounds submitted by all the officers may be shared over the official website.

(ii)          Comments on the Draft Recruitment Rules for Promotion to the Post of Superintendents

                  At the outset, this Association registers its strong protest with the administration for not inviting “Comments on the Draft Recruitment Rules for Promotion to the Post of Superintendents” in violation of the CBEC’s letter dated 13.05.2016 . However, this Association submits the observations for consideration by the administration and the same are as follows:

(a)                  The members of the Association unanimously resolved that the residency period of 03 years proposed for the post of Superintendent in the Draft Recruitment Rules is not in the interest of the Cadre at large and that the same may be suitably modified by the competent authority.

(b)                  The members also resolved that the excess posts available in   some of the Zones may be suitably diverted to the stagnated Zones for the betterment of the Cadre at large.

(iii)        Evaluation of the Performance of Executive Committee & its Members Especially with Regard to Membership Drive

                  The General Secretary laid down the statistics of membership of the Association and underlined the need for hard work to strengthen the Association especially in Customs formations like Bhavnagar Division where not a single officer could be enrolled as a member of this Association in 2014-15 as well as 2015-16. He expressed his worry about the casual approach of some of the members of the Executive Committee and advised them to perform their duties sincerely.

                 The General Secretary brought to the notice of the members of the Association the hard, untiring and dedicated work performed by Shri(s) Amit Kumar as well as Jay Prakash Singh in playing a very crucial role in causing phenomenal growth in the membership of the Association in the formations of Customs (Preventive), Jamnagar and Central Excise, Kutch respectively and proposed for granting them bigger roles in the activities of the Association which was unanimously accepted by all the members present over there.

                  The General Secretary also brought to the notice of the Association the continued absence of some of the members of the Executive Committee and the members present in the GBM unanimously passed a resolution in accordance with Article 37 (2) of the Constitution of AICEIA for immediate removal of Shri(s) Kamlesh D. Mehta & Hitesh B. Kundal from their respective posts of Vice-President.

(iv)       Re-organization of Branch Committee

                   Thereafter, the General Secretary took up another Agenda of the                  Meeting i.e. filing of the vacant posts of the Branch Committee. The members present over there, after due deliberation and discussion, unanimously re-organized the Branch Committee as under:

(1)        Rakesh B. Dhruv: President
(2)        Rananjay Pratap Singh: General Secretary
(3)        Jay Prakash Singh: Liaison Secretary
(4)        Sanjay N. Dharaiya: Organizing Secretary
(5)        Suraj Kumar Nirala: Vice-President (CE, Bhavnagar)
(6)        Om Prakash Tiwari: Joint Secretary (CE, Bhavnagar)
(7)        Nishit Buddhdev: Vice-President (CCP, Jamnagar)
(8)        Amit Kumar: Joint Secretary (CCP, Jamnagar)
(9)        P P Mehta: Vice-President (CE, Kutch)
(10)          Tushar Parmar: Vice-President (Audit-III)
(11)          Himanshu Patel: Office-Secretary
(12)     Nimish Kundalia: Treasurer

                   All the newly elected Office-Bearers expressed their gratitude to the members for posing faith in them and resolved to make the Association stronger than before. The Organizing Secretary has been entrusted with the responsibility to ensure widening of the base of the Association in the length & breadth of jurisdiction of the Association especially in the Customs formation. Apart from this, Shri Gopal K. Jha, ex-Joint Secretary (Bhavnagar) who has currently been transferred & posted to Customs, Kandla Commissionerate has been entrusted with the responsibility to check out the feasibility of bringing the officers in the grade of Inspectors working at Customs, Kandla & Mundra Commissionerates under the umbrella of this Association.

(v)          Finalization of Accounts of the Association

                   The Treasurer of the Association put up before the members expenditure as well as income of the Association and laid down all the data regarding the same including Bank Statements. Having satisfied by his presentation, all the members present over there unanimously passed the financial account of the Association for the F. Y. 2014-15 & 2015-16. The Treasurer also informed the august gathering that the Accounts of the Association have also been audited and the Audit Report shall be made available very soon to them.

(vi)        General Issues Concerning the Cadre

                   Apart from the declared Agenda of the GBM, the members, with the permission of the Chair, discussed some general issues concerning the Cadre and the same are being summarized herein below:

(a)            Recognition to Kutch Commissionerate: The General Secretary informed the members about the issue of recognition to AICEIA (Kutch Branch) as a separate Branch of AICEIA and also showed the mail conversation amongst the Secretary General, Shri Jay Uchat & himself over the issue. The General Secretary also showed the respected members an e-mail of Shri Jay Uchat based upon the alleged irresponsible, immoral, false & fictitious undertaking of Shri P. P. Mehta who is holding the post of Vice-President (Kutch) in AICEIA (Rajkot Branch) since 25.12.2014.

Having gone through the conversations, all the members present over there unanimously resolved that a Show Cause Notice be served to Shri P. P. Mehta for his alleged undertaking and if the same is found true, appropriate action may be taken against him.
                       
                    Regarding the issue of recognition, all the members resolved that in terms of Article 17 of the Constitution of AICEIA, appropriate decision on the same may be taken in the ensuing National Convention of AICEIA at Shillong, Meghalaya and till any decision is taken, the administration be intimated that AICEIA (Rajkot Branch) is the only recognized Branch of AICEIA in Saurashtra & Kutch Region.

(b)                          Sharing of “Due Lists” & “Estt. Orders” with Service Associations: The General Secretary informed the members that he is facing problem in Establishment Matters as neither the “Due Lists” nor the Estt. Orders issued are being made available to him. Although, invariably a copy of “Due Lists” & Estt. Orders are marked to the General Secretary, AICEIA, Rajkot Branch but, the same never reach to him.

All the members present over there, after due deliberation and discussion, unanimously resolved that the administration may be requested to direct the concerned officers for making the “Due Lists” as well as “Estt. Orders” made available to the General Secretary.

(c)                   Infrastructure Issues: The General Secretary brought to the notice of the members of the Association sincere efforts being made by the Member (Admn.), CBEC, Govt. of India in the direction of ensuring proper office as well as residential accommodation to the officers working under CBEC and discussed about the letter dated 09.06.2016 issued from F. No. 916/06/Priority Project/HRD/2015 by the Director General, DGHRD, CBEC, New Delhi. The members present over there applauded the efforts of the top brass of CBEC but, expressed their worry over the bad condition of the Quarters at Kalawad & Gondal Road and apparent neglect by the local administration.

 In view of the above, this Association requests the local administration to spare some of its time & resources for the betterment of the lives of its officers & their families.

     The Meeting ended with a vote of thanks by the General Secretary.

Yours faithfully,
-Sd/-
 (Rananjay Pratap Singh)
Copy submitted to:
(1)  The Chief Commissioner, Central Excise: Vadodara Zone, Vadodara for favour of kind information and necessary action w.r.t Para (ii) of the above please.

(2)  The Chief Commissioner, Customs: Gujarat Zone, Ahmedabad for favour of kind information and necessary action w.r.t Para (i) (b) & (c) of the above please.

(3)  The Chief Commissioner, Central Excise: Ahmedabad Zone, Ahmedabad for favour of kind information and necessary action w.r.t Para (i) (b) & (c) of the above please.

(4)  The Principal Commissioner/Commissioner, Central Excise, Rajkot/Bhavnagar/Kutch/Audit-III Commissionerate for favour of kind information and necessary action w.r.t Para (i) (a), (b) & (c) and (vi) (a), (b) & (c) of the above please.

(5)  The Principal Commissioner/Commissioner, Customs (Preventive), Jamnagar/Kandla/Mundra for favour of kind information please.

(6)  The President, All India Central Excise Inspectors’ Association, Kolkata for favour of kind information please.

(7)  The Secretary General, All India Central Excise Inspectors’ Association, Patna, Bihar for favour of kind information please.

(8)  Official Blog of AICEIA (Rajkot Branch).
Yours faithfully,
-Sd/-
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)

Note: All the members are requested to go through the Draft of the Minutes as circulated above and factual error, if any, may be reported to the General Secretary by mail latest by 15:30 hours today itself positively after which the Draft shall be treated as finalized and the same shall be submitted to the administration.


Friday, June 3, 2016

General Body Meeting to be Held on 11.06.2016: Reg.

Comrades,

A General Body Meeting is being convened at 10:30 hours on 11.06.2016 (Saturday) at Rajkot to discuss the following Agenda:

(i)   Election for vacant posts;

(ii)  Evaluation of the work of Executive Committee;

(ii)  Discussion over adherence of Transfer Policy;

(iii) Finalization of Accounts; and,

(iv) Any other issue with the permission of Chair.

All the respected members are requested to attend the GBM to make the Association stronger than before. Remember, united we stand, divided we fall.

With fraternal regards,
-Sd/-
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)

Monday, May 16, 2016

Estt. Orders Issued During AGT-2016: Reg.

Dear Comrades,

Various Estt. Orders have been issued by the competent authority till date whereby transfer/displacement/rotation of Gr.-B (Non-Gazetted) Officers of Rajkot Sector have been effected by the administration. In this regard, if any officer finds any anomaly/discrepancy in the Estt. Orders, so issued or finds that principles of natural justice & equality have not been followed causing undue harassment, it is requested to bring the matter before this Association which is committed to the welfare of its esteemed members.  The matters so highlighted shall be taken up with the administration and all out efforts shall be taken to get the anomaly/discrepancy rectified at the earliest.

With best regards,

Fraternally yours,
-Sd/-
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Representation Regarding Ambiguity in Office Order dated 29.03.2016 Issued by CCO (Customs): Reg.

To,
The Chief Commissioner,
Customs: Gujarat Zone,
2nd Floor, Custom House,
Navrangpura,
Ahmedabad-380 009.

Sir,

Sub: Ambiguity in Office Order dated 29.03.2016: Reg.

Please refer to the Office Order dated 29.03.2016 issued from F. No. II/3-2/Estt./CCO/2013 by the CCO (Customs), Ahmedabad.

In this regard, it is to intimate that the aforesaid Office Order dated 29.03.2016 appears to be ambiguous so far as the latest change in Para 4 (2) of the Transfer/Placement/Deputation Policy for Customs dated 10.06.2011 is concerned.

In this regard, it is pertinent to understand the applicability of the recent change in Para 4 (2) of the Transfer/Placement/Deputation Policy for Customs dated 10.06.2011 and the same may be done by an illustrative example which is as follows:

IMAGINATIVE LIST OF INSPECTORS OF RAJKOT SECTOR WHO HAVE LONGEST GAP IN CUSTOMS (1/3RD AS PER CUSTOMS POLICY)
S. N
Place of Posting
DOB
Seniority
Name
of the Officer
Gender
Last Relief from Customs
Date of Relieving from Customs
1
R
-
111
X
M
CH
May, 2013
2
B
-
112
Y
M
CCP
July, 2014
3
K
-
113
Z
M
SG
Oct, 2014

It is, therefore, clear that if Mr. X has not completed the required tenure of minimum 04 years from his last date of relieving from Customs so as to be considered for Customs posting in AGT-2016, the question of next officer i.e. Mr. Y or Mr. Z having completed more than 04 years from their last date of relieving from Customs does not arise at all and therefore, the Office Order which says that “However, with the condition that the officer who has not completed 04 years gap between his earlier posting in Customs would not be considered for Customs posting again in the category of longest gap and the next officer in the list would be considered…” appears to be ambiguous to this extent. In other words, if Mr. X is not eligible for re-posting in Customs on this account then, as a logical corollary Mr. Y or Mr. Z or any officer next to Mr. X will automatically become ineligible for re-posting in Customs in the category of “Longest Gap”.

It is, therefore, earnestly requested to issue necessary corrigendum of Office Order dated 29.03.2016 to bring clarity in understanding as well as implementation of the Transfer/Placement/Deputation Policy for Customs dated 10.06.2011.

Thanking you in anticipation sir,

Yours faithfully,
-Sd/- 
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)

Copy submitted to:
(1)  The Chief Commissioner, Central Excise: Ahmedabad Zone, Ahmedabad for favour of kind information please.

(2)  The Principal Commissioner / Commissioner, Customs, Ahmedabad / Jamnagar for favour of kind information please.

(3)  The Principal Commissioner / Commissioner, Customs, Mundra / Kandla for favour of kind information please.

(4)  The Principal Commissioner / Commissioner, Central Excise, Rajkot / Bhavnagar / Kutch / Audit-III Commissionerate for favour of kind information please.

(5)  Notice Board.
Yours faithfully,
-Sd/- 
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)





Sunday, March 13, 2016

Comments Regarding Amendment in Customs Transfer Policy Dated 10.06.2011: Reg.

  F. No. AICEIA/RJT/1/2008                                                                                Date: 13.03.2016

To,
The Chief Commissioner,
Customs: Gujarat Zone,
Custom House,
Ahmedabad-380 015.

Sir,

Sub: Points in Relation to Customs Policy Dated 10.06.11: Reg.

Please refer to the subject mentioned herein above.

In this regard, this Association submits that the provisions of the existing Customs Transfer Policy dated 10.06.11are well defined and the same have been adhered in their letter & spirit as well by the administration.

 However, it is learnt that various Associations have proposed the option of willingness to be introduced from AGT-2016 onwards. In this relation, this Association submits that if at all, the option of willingness is to be introduced in the Customs Policy, due care should be taken to make the process transparent and parity should be maintained in the entire Customs Zone.

          Thanking you sir,
Yours faithfully,
-Sd/- 
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)

Monday, March 7, 2016

Mail in Response to the Representation of Some Officers of Bhavnagar Commissionerate: Reg.

Dear Comrades,

It gives me immense pleasure to share that the Comrades of Bhavnagar Commissionerate are so enthusiastic about the Central Excise Transfer/Rotation Policy-2015 dated 08.05.2015 framed for Central Excise, Ahmedabad Zone and the recent amendment dated 02.03.2016 in the same and I extend my warm greetings to you for taking pain in drafting such a wonderful & emotional letter.

All of you have charged the General Secretary of AICEIA (Rajkot Branch) for not taking into consideration the sentiments of members at Bhavnagar Commissionerate while submitting the letter dated 17.02.2016 to the Chief Commissioner, Central Excise, Ahmedabad Zone, Ahmedabad. You have also reminded him about the vast jurisdiction of Bhavnagar Commissionerate and the hardships which are faced by the officers of Bhavnagar Commissionerate. The issue which seems to have perturbed you the most is the Clause 9 in the Central Excise Transfer/Rotation Policy-2015 dated 08.05.2015 which pertains to 06 years tenure in a particular Commissionerate and which was fixed as 07 years for AGT-2015 on one time basis by the competent authority.

Comrades, it is known to all that the undersigned has himself served at Bhavnagar Commissionerate for 02 years and while posted at Audit Section for around a year, the undersigned has travelled  a lot from the length and breadth of Bhavnagar Commissionerate, so, it is needless to remind him about the jurisdiction of Bhavnagar Commissionerate.

Comrades, you have charged the undersigned for not taking into consideration the sentiments of members at Bhavnagar Commissionerate, but you failed to remember the General Body Meeting of AICEIA (Rajkot Branch) convened on 16.05.2015 wherein the Central Excise Transfer/Rotation Policy-2015 dated 08.05.2015 was appreciated by all the members present over there unanimously and without a single word of dissent. After the said GBM, the undersigned prepared a draft of the Minutes of GBM and circulated it over the Official Blog of AICEIA (Rajkot Branch) on 18.05.2015. When the undersigned did not receive any suggestion for amendment in the said draft regarding the GBM dated 16.05.2015, it was treated as finalized by all and then only, it was submitted to the administration. Nearly after passage of 15 days, the undersigned shared "Cardinal Points for AGT-2015 for Guidance of Officers in the Grade of Inspectors" on 01.06.2015 on the same Official Blog of AICEIA (Rajkot Branch). No such representation or Resolution was moved by any member at Bhavnagar Commissionerate regarding Central Excise Transfer/Rotation Policy-2015 dated 08.05.2015 at that point of time. This time no new significant changes pertaining to Clause 9 of the Central Excise Transfer/Rotation Policy-2015 dated 08.05.2015 have been made by the administration in its letter dated 02.03.2016 and so, the voices of dissent seem to be manufactured. 

Comrades, a plea against Clause 9 of Central Excise Transfer/Rotation Policy-2015 dated 08.05.2015 has been taken by you which is based upon the hardship on transfer for one year or so, but, let's remember that this year the hardship may be faced by you but, next year, the same hardship will be faced by some other Comrade and the process is eternal. Going by the logic, no transfer should be effected by the administration and the Association should do all out efforts to negate transfers. As wise & prudent officers, do you think the demand is just & may be acceptable to the administration? Comrades, lets not think about the individuals but, lets try our best to bring parity, efficiency and transparency in the administration and lets not forget that as Executive Officers, we are part of administration.

So far as the resolution dated 27.02.2016 is concerned, let me remind you that many officers have put their signatures and it is next to impossible to identify our members amongst them. Moreover, there are repeated signatures like that of Md. Manir on Sr. No. 05 as well as Sr. No. 46. as well as signature of officers presently not serving at Bhavnagar Commissionerate. It is unfortunate that such type of incidences occur and which give the administration a chance to comment upon. 

Hope the undersigned has responded to your representations/resolution in a fair manner.

With best wishes,

Fraternally yours,
-Sd/-
Rananjay Pratap Singh,
General Secretary, 

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Meeting Held at CCO, Ahmedabad in Relation to AGT-2016 on 15.02.2016: Reg.

  F. No. AICEIA/RJT/1/2008                                                                               Date: 17.02.2016

To,
The Chief Commissioner,
Central Excise: Ahmedabad Zone,
Central Excise Bhavan,
Near Polytechnic,
Ahmedabad-380 015.

Sir,

         Sub: Meeting Held at CCO, Ahmedabad in Relation to AGT-2016 on 15.02.2016: Reg.

          Please refer to the subject mentioned herein above.

        In this regard, it is to intimate that this Association has received the letter dated 08.02.2016 issued by the Co-ordinator of the Committee constituted for AGT-2016 & Deputy Commissioner, CCO, Ahmedabad today only i.e. 17.02.2016. Since, there was no prior intimation regarding the aforesaid Meeting, the views of this Association in relation to AGT-2016 could not be shared with the aforesaid Committee. Had this Association been intimated regarding the aforesaid Meeting in time even by electronic media like Fax, Phone or Mail, this Association would have participated in the esteemed discussion.

         Nevertheless, this Association submits that the provisions of the existing Transfer Policy-2015 are well defined and the same may be adhered to by the administration in their letter & spirit. Moreover, changes in Transfer Policies at frequent intervals cause creation of different sets of officers to be governed by different Transfer Policies and management of data in this regard, being a cumbersome process, results in sheer wastage of time & resources ultimately hampering the smooth functioning of the administration.

        It is, therefore, earnestly requested that adherence of the existing Transfer Policy may be given preference over creation of new Transfer Policy in the larger interest of all the concerned.

          Thanking you sir,
Yours faithfully,
-Sd/- 
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)

Copy submitted to:

(1) The Chief Commissioner, Customs: Gujarat Zone, Ahmedabad for favour of kind information please.

(2) The Chairman, Committee for AGT-2016 & Principal Commissioner, Service Tax, Ahmedabad for favour of kind information please.

(3) The Member, Committee for AGT-2016 & Principal Commissioner, Central Excise, Rajkot for favour of kind information please.

(4) The Member, Committee for AGT-2016 & Commissioner, Central Excise, Ahmedabad-III Commissionerate, Ahmedabad for favour of kind information please.

(5) The Member, Committee for AGT-2016 & Commissioner, Audit-II Commissionerate, Ahmedabad for favour of kind information please.

(6) Notice Board/Official Blog of AICEIA (Rajkot Branch).

Yours faithfully,
-Sd/- 
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)


Friday, January 1, 2016

New Year Greetings



A NEW YEAR, A NEW START & A NEW WAY TO GO!

WISHING YOU ALL A SUCCESSFUL, PROSPEROUS & GLORIOUS NEW YEAR-2016!

With fraternal regards,
-Sd/-
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

JCM at Rajkot Commissionerate on 18.01.2016: Reg.

Dear Comrades,

It is to intimate that JCM has been fixed at 16:30 hrs on 18.01.2016 in the Conference Hall, Rajkot Commissionerate. 

It is, therefore, requested to share your grievances, if any, in writing with the undersigned or with the President for onward submission of the same to the competent authority for redressal. The points, if any, for discussion with the competent authority may be submitted in writing latest by 11:00 hrs on 04.01.2016.


With fraternal regards,
-Sd/-
(Rananjay Pratap Singh)