Sunday, May 17, 2015

National Anomaly Committee Meeting on 29.05.2015

National Anomaly Committee Meeting will be held on 29.5.2015 – Dopt order with Agenda Points

National Anomaly Committee Meeting will be held on 29.5.2015 – Dopt order with Agenda Points

NFIR published the order issued by the DoPT to convene a meeting of National Anomaly Committee on 29th May 2015 and also attached agenda points…

4 Agenda points are listed...

Government India
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

North Block, New Delhi 
Dated: 12th May, 2015


Subject: Meeting of the National Anomaly Committee – 29th May, 2015 at 3.00 P.M.

The undersigned is directed to say that a meeting to discuss the items which were discussed in the last National Anomaly Committee Meeting held on 17.07.2012 and required separate examination (as annexed) is scheduled to be held under the Chairpersonship of Joint Secretary (E) on 29th May, 2015 at 15.00 Hrs in Room No.119, North Block, New Delhi.

2. It is requested to kindly make it convenient to attend the meeting.

(A.Asholi Chalai)
Tel/Fax: 011-23094906


Tuesday, May 5, 2015

May Day observed befittingly in Andaman Nicobar Islands

Centre of Indian Trade Unions has organized various programmes throughout the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to celebrate the May Day 2015 today the 1st May, 2015.   The main programme was held at Port Blair where the May Day procession began from the Crusade House premises at Phoenix Bay at 4 p.m.  The procession which went round the important areas of the town culminated in a public meeting at Tiranga Park. Hundreds of workers and employees from Port Blair/South Andaman areas attended the procession.   Addressing the public meeting at Tiranga Park, Shri B. Chandrachoodan, General Secretary, CITU, A & N State Committee recalled the historical strike of workers in the Hay Market of Chicago in the month of May, 1886 on the demand of  8-hour working day.  He said that in India, the successive central governments have been curtailing the various rights enjoyed by the working class in this era of globalization, liberalization and privatization.   D. Laxman Rao and SP  Kalairajan  also addressed the meeting which was presided over by  Shri B. Haridas.  

 At Diglipur, a procession was taken out in the Diglipur Bazar  in which a large number of workers participated. Shri Ramjeeban Sarkar and Shri Madam Mohan Das led the programme.   At Rangat, procession was taken out at Rangat Bazar in which large number of workers participated.  At Baratang, the procession was taken out at Nilambur in which workers of Forest Department participated. In Little Andaman, the procession was taken out at Hut Bay Bazar  in which workers of  Forest Corporation and  other  departments  participated.  At Katchal, May Day procession was organized at Mildera.  

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Fake DA Order

Clarification issued by the Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance regarding the FAKE DA Order being circulated among Government departments /Offices.

Click here to view the Original Clarification order

Tuesday, March 31, 2015


Andaman Nicobar Islands
& Valedictory function of Diamond Jubilee Celebration
4th & 5th APRIL, 2015
All govt. employees are requested to attend Inaugural Session at 4 p.m. on 4th April, 2015

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Annual General Body Meeting of Clerical Cadre Branch

The Annual General Body Meeting of the Clerical Cadre Branch of the Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers' Association will be held at 10 a.m. on 28.03.2015(Saturday) instead of 21.03.2015 in the Hotel ACC, Mohanpura, Port Blair to discuss various issues pertaining to AC Cadre staff and to elect new committee.

(S.Surender )                                                                                       (R.Raji)
Vice President                                                                                   Secretary

Saturday, March 14, 2015

NGOs' Association forms Reception Committee for Annual Conference

A meeting of the Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers’ Association was held on 14th March, 2015 at Crusade House, Phoneix Bay, Port Blair to chalk out detailed programme for the successful conduct of the Annual Conference of the Association scheduled to be held on 4th & 5th April, 2015 at Kerala Samajam, Port Blair. Com TS Sreekumar, General Secretary made a brief reporting about the importance of the Annual Conference and the steps to be taken by the Association for the successful holding of the Conference.  Com. Virghu Bhattacharya, Finance Secretary of the Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers, New Delhi will attend the Conference as the Chief Guest.                  

          A Reception Committee comprising of Central Executive Committee members, office bearers of various branches & sub-committees and leaders from various sister organizations was formed for the successful conduct of the Annual Conference.    

The meeting unanimously elected Com. R.Ranjan as Vice Chairman of the Reception Committee. and authorized the Central Secretariat of the Association to nominate a suitable person as Chairman later on. The meeting elected Com S.L.Vinjit as Secretary and Shri B.N.Mondal as Joint Secretary of the Reception Committee.     

          Various other sub-committees were also formed for the proper conduct of the Conference. Com. H.L.Prasad, President of the Association presided over the meeting.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015


A meeting will be held at 10 a.m. on 14th March, 2015 (Saturday) at Crusade House premises to form the Reception Committee for the Diamond Jubilee Annual Conference of NGOs' Association scheduled to be held on 4 -5 April, 2015. All invited members are requested to attend positively.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

NGOs' Assn. & CITU jointly celebrate International Women's Day

          The Non-Gazetted Government Officers’ Association and CITU jointly organised a meeting at Hotel ACC, Mohanpura, Port Blair at 4 p.m. today 8th March, 2015 to celebrate the International Women’s Day. United Nation’s theme for the International Women’s Day -2015 “Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity – Picture it” was the topic for the programe. Smt Nazreen Begum, an office bearer of the Association explained the origin and objectives of the International Women’s Day. She dealt with in brief the importance of celebrating this day and the impact it has created in the world.  
 Addressing the gathering, Shri D. Ayyappan, former General Secretary of the Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers’ Association  briefly explained the legislations enacted in India for the  protection and  welfare of the women and  said that failure of  its implementation  in a proper way led to the  widening disparity between men and women  and  the  subsequent  attack on the rights of the women.   He said that the women bear the brunt of the disastrous consequences of the wrong policies being pursued by the successive governments in this era of liberalization, privatization and globalisation.  Speaking on the occasion, B. Chandrachoodan, General Secretary of the CITU A & N State Committee   explained in brief the exploitation of women working  in the private sector in these islands.
          Participating in the discussion Smt Geeta Navin Bhatt, an experienced teacher of a School at Port Blair, traced the reason for the attack on the women to the degradation of moral values in the society. Smt Shabana Bibi stressed the need for enlightening unorganized women about their rights. Another teacher Ms. Anuja Rao emphasized the importance of inculcating moral values among the boys.    Smt Shanti,  Smt  Rani and   Smt Julie Jose  also  took part in the  discussion.  The thought provoking speech made by Miss Nausheen  Nazir,  a student  of Class  X  on the occasion was appreciated by all. 
Earlier, Smt TS Prem Latha welcomed the participants and guests in the programme.  Smt Usha Sharma, who presided over the programme, proposed vote of thanks. Shri HL Prasad, Acting President and other office bearers of the NGOs’ Association were also present on the occasion.  A large number of employees working at Port Blair and South Andaman areas participated in the programme.   

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Delegation submits memorandum to Deputy Commissioner (South Andaman)

At the call of the Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers, New Delhi, a delegation of Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers’ Association, A & N Islands, submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner, South Andaman. The memorandum was submitted for its onward transmission to the Cabinet Secretary, Govt. of India, who is the chairman of National Council, Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM). JCM is a platform to discuss and settle the common demands and grievances of Central Govt. employees.
            The submission of memorandum was the first phase of ongoing action under the banner of National Joint Council of Action to which Confederation is a constituent. The other phases of future course of action are (i) Mass rally during April 1st Week (ii) Parliament March on 28th April, 2015 (iii) Indefinite strike from a date which will be declared at the culmination of Parliament march. The demands of memorandum include: (i) effect wage revision of Central Govt. Employees from 01.01.2014 (ii) No privatisation, PPP or FDI in railways and Defence establishments and no corporatisation of postal services (iii) No ban on recruitment /creation of post (iv) Scrap PFRDA Act and re-introduce the defined benefit statutory pension scheme (v) Revive JCM functioning at all levels (vi) Remove arbitrary ceiling on compassionate appointments (vii) Remove the Bonus ceiling (viii) Ensure five promotions in the service career (ix) No outsourcing; contractorisation; privatisation of governmental functions (x) No labour reforms which are inimical to the interest of the workers.
            The delegation led by Shri H.L.Prasad, President and Shri T.S.Sreekumar, General Secreatary. The delegation also included Shri R.Rajendran, Organising Secretary, Smt Nasreen Begum, Shri R.Raji and Shri Vasanth Sekhar.