OFFICE BEARERS

President : - NARINDER SINGH, ASP FARIDKOT SUB DIVISION, FARIDKOT 9417089520;

Circle Secretary :- BALBIR SINGH KAUSHAL, Manager, National Sorting Hub, Chandigarh (M) 9914066754;

Treasurer :- GAURAV NAGI Inspector Post (MOD) Punjab Circle Chandigarh (M) 09876581559


Sunday, September 18, 2016

JAN Suraksha Yojana - Incentive structure (per successful Registration )

Revised Schedule for LDCE for promotion to the cadre of Inspector Posts for 2015-16.


Sl No
Activity
Previous Date (Schedule)
Revised Date (Schedule)
1
Date of notification
05.09.2016
05.09.2016
2
Last date for receipt of Application form at Divisional Office/Controlling Unit from eligible candidates
20.09.2016
30.09.2016
3
Receipt of duly filled in Application
forms  at the Regional Office to be sent by Divisional Office/Controlling Unit duly verified
23.09.2016
04.10.2016
4
Receipt of duly filled in Application
forms  at the Circle  Office (Nodal Officer)  to be sent by RO/Divisional Office/Controlling Unit duly verified
26.09.2016
06.10.2016
5
Last date for receipt of duly filled in Annexure- III at Directorate from Nodal Officer of Circles (By hand)
30.09.2016
10.10.2016
6
Confirmation by the Directorate after scrutiny & communication of Roll number series to Circles
04.10.2016
14.10.2016
7
Issue of Hall permit by Circles to eligible candidates
05.10.2016
15.10.2016
8
Date of Examination
15th  & 16thOctober, 2016
22nd  & 23rd  October, 2016

Sunday, August 21, 2016

India Post Payments Bank Incorporated


The India Post Payments Bank Limited has received the Certificate of Incorporation from the Registrar of Companies, Ministry of Corporate Affairs yesterday under the Companies Act 2013. This would be the first PSU under the Department of Posts. This has happened in the wake of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s Independence Day address, raising the expectations of the people from the soon to be set up India Post Payments Bank. With this move the Department of Posts has cleared an important milestone on this journey.

With the incorporation, the Board of the India Post Payments Bank Limited is likely to be constituted soon. The incorporation of the IPPB Ltd is a significant step forward as this also paves the way for the bank to begin hiring of banking professionals to set up the bank and begin its operations in 2017. The Department of Posts is expected to complete the roll out of its branches all over the country by September 2017. This could be the fastest roll out for a bank anywhere in the world.

The aspiration for the India Post Payments Bank is to become the most accessible bank in the world riding on state of the art banking and payments technology. Coupled with the physical presence across 1.55 lakh post offices and the reach of “The Dakiya”, the India Post Payments Bank aims to become a powerful and effective vehicle of real financial inclusion in the country. It is poised to create a national payments architecture riding on a modern payments platform and ubiquitous information and communication technologies that can be accessed by all users and service providers like never before. The stakeholders of the India Post Payments Bank within the Government and outside are looking at this new entity as a catalyst to social and financial inclusion. 

Source:-PIB(Release ID :149001) 

KYC norms may be the major impediment for payment banks

Just a few months before the new crop of payment banks start their operations, their chiefs are a worried lot. 

The banking regulator's ask in terms of meeting the Know Your Customer (KYC) norms has put them at par with traditional banks, and firms are concerned that the preference for "paper-based" KYC will be a cost-intensive and time-consuming exercise — and therefore a major impediment to the growth of the new age banks. 

Paytm payment bank's CEO Shinjini Kumar told ET that the industry is very "aggrieved" with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) asking all entities to adhere to the centralised KYC system instead of just relying on the Aadhaar-based eKYC for payment banks. "We are grappling with that problem right now and we are talking to different people. We are hoping that there will be some understanding. Anyway our accounts are capped at Rs 1,00,000. There should be no reason why eKYC should not be the only way to do KYC. It is also digital and more authentic." 

Chiefs of Aditya Birla Idea Payments BankSudhakar Ramasubramanian and Vodafone M-pesa payments bank Suresh Sethi also aired similar concerns to ET. They argue that payment banks do not have the same manpower to collect paper-based KYC like traditional banks and given that they are capped at a balance Rs 1,00,000, they do not share the same amount of risk. While RBI had earlier accepted eKYC as a means for customer authentication at the time of opening accounts, the new norms mandate a common KYC across all financial services entities for which detailed KYC is required to be collected and uploaded as a paper form to a central KYC repository — Central Registry of Securitisation Asset Reconstruction and Security Interest of India, or CERSAI

The idea is to streamline the KYC process and avoid duplication of KYC for customers at multiple agencies. But, for payment banks to be cast under the same net, it means that instead of just relying on the biometric based eKYC they will have to collect more details of their customers and upload them to the central registry. Sudhakar who is the CEO (designate), of Aditya Birla Idea Payments Bank said that in the case of payment banks a phased approach towards KYC will be better received since the whole idea behind the payment banks is towards financial inclusion. 

"If we have too many restrictions for someone who keeps Rs 5,000 in the account, it could prevent many of the unbanked from experiencing the benefits of financial services. KYC norms can be applied in a layered manner as the customer's balance and transactions increase," he said.

Digital KYC will help ease the "entry barrier" for such people along with being a more authentic means of KYC than a physical KYC. "Currently, over 90% of all retail transactions are through cash in the country, if these transactions have to be converted into the electronic format, banking will have to be relived from some of these troubles," he added.

39th Biennial Conference of Punjab Circle held on 24.07.2016.

39th Biennial Circle Conference of All India Association of Inspetors and Asstt Supdt Posts, Punjab Circle under the chairmanship of Shri Vikas Sharma, President AIAIASP Punjab Circle was held on 24.07.2016 at GPO Building Chandigarh and following office bearers of the association were elected:

President : Sh Narinder Singh, ASP Faridkot Sub Division, Faridkot
Sr Vice President : Shri Vikas Sharma, ASP Ropar Sub Division, Chandigarh
Vice President : Shri Sunil Kumar, ASP Rajpura Sub Division, Patiala
Circle Secretary : Shri Balbir Singh, Manager, NSH Chandigarh
Asstt Circle Secy -1 : Shri Sandeep Kumar Shori, ASP Ludhiana City Division
Asstt Circle Secy-2 : Shri Ravi Kumar, ASP Batala Sub Division
Asstt Circle Secy-3 : Shri Shailendra Kumar, IP (PG) Circle Office Chandigarh
Organizing Secy-1 : Ms. Parveen ASP(HQ) Bathinda
Organizing Secy-2 : Shri Robin Kumar, IP Fazilka Sub Division
Organizing Secy-3 : Shri Sanjeev Sahotra, ASP (W) Patiala
Organizing Secy-4 : Shri Tejinder pal Singh Dhillon, ASP Jagraon Sub Division
Treasurer : Shri Gaurav Nagi, IP (MOD), Circle Office
Asstt Treasurer : Shri Alok Kumar, ASP, Punjab West Region, Chandigarh
Auditor : Shri Atam Kharbanda, ASP (Courts) Circle Office
Member : Shri Dinesh Sharma, ASP(Esstt) Circle Office.

Following members have donated generously on this occassion.

  • Madam Shashi Chopra, Supdt CSD Ludhiana : 2100/-
  • Shri Kuldeep K Chauhan, Supdt (HQ) Chandigarh : 1100/-
  • Shri Gaurav Khatkar, IP (PMU) CO Chandigarh : 1100/-
  • Shri Harpreet Singh, IRM LD-II Sub Dn Patiala : 500
  • Shri Sunil, Sanjeev & Rashmi Patiala : 1400/-
Association wishes all the elected members good luck and thanks esteemed members who donated generously. Thanks.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Working Position of ASP/IP in Punjab Circle as on 16.07.2016

Dn
ASP Position [SS : 55-2 = 53]
IP Position [SS : 53+2 = 55]
Amritsar
Satinder Lehri (8146537773)
ASP (HQ)

Harwant Singh (8567089541)
IP (Court)
Sukhtej Singh (9463004921)
ASP (S)

Vacant
IP(NW)
1
Karam Chand (9872066302)
ASP TT

Mahendra Kumar (9464937597)
IP(W)




Neeti Rawat (9501550076)
IP(E)




Sachin Sharma (7814009799)
Manager




Vacant
IP Patti
2
BTI
K. K. Setia (9417265378)
PM Bathinda

Parshant Singla (9646567933)
IP (E)

Sudhir Gupta (9876999240)
ASP (W)

Vacant
IP Mansa
3
Praveen Bala (9463169143)
ASP (HQ)

Vacant
IP (Court)
4
Chandigarh
Balbir Singh (9914066754)
Manager NSH

Arun Kumar (9417841884)
OS

Monika Batta (9478939097)
ASP(W)




B.B.Rana (9417630220)
ASP(E)




Vikas Sharma (9417226661)
ASP Ropar




FDK
Vacant
ASP (HQ)
1
Mohit Sharma (9501216703)
IP (Court)

Mahesh Bindal (9463869480)
ASP Moga

Vacant
IP Muktsar
5
Narinder Singh (9417089520)
ASP Fdk
Vinod Kumar (9256515967)
IP Malout

FZR
Dheeraj Kumar (9872972731)
ASP (HQ)

Vacant
IP Abohar
6
Raj Kumar (9463047264)
ASP Cantt

Robin Kumar (9464505830)
IP Fazilka

Pawan K Bansal (9569568566)
PM FZR

Rakesh Sangwan (9478042615)
IP (Court)



Vacant
IP (E)
7
GSP
Manjinder Singh (9915459931)
ASP Dn.

Sumit Kumar (yet to join)
IP (Court)
Surinder Pal (yet to join)
ASP Ptk

Vacant
IP(E)
8
Ravi Kumar (9876091860)
ASP Batala




Hoshiarpur
Vacant
ASP Dn.
2
Vacant
IP (Court)
9
Ravinder (8568014544)
ASP (N)
Ashwani Kumar (9463907004)
OS

S K Chug (9815757654)
PM Dasuya

Vacant
IP Gsh
10



Vacant
IP Dasuya
11



Sanjay Khurana (9781616796)
IP(W)



Vacant
IP(E)
12
JAL
Kailash Chander (9417138375)
ASP (HQ)

Lakhwinder Singh (9463630542)
IP (Court)

Aarti Kumari (9780189806)
Mgr NSH
Jatinder Kapoor (9876145359)
IP(N)



Vivek Nidhi Singh (7087054058)
IP NWS



B.H.Naik (to Karnataka --27.07.16)
IP Cantt
DG



Vacant
IP(S)
13
KPT
Harjit Singh (9872978986)
ASP (HQ)

Vacant
IP (Court)
14
Rajesh Sethi (9855052588)
ASP Phg
*
Gurdev Singh (9872366167)
IP(E)

Vacant
ASP NKD
3



LDH (C)
Priyanka Sharma (7307377771)
ASP (HQ)

Jagminder S. Bedi (9780023505)
IP (N)
Sandeep Shorie (9888585995)
ASP(N)

Vacant
IP (Court)
15


Rajesh Kumar (9815600768)
IP (Mail)


Brijesh Sood (9888630303)
Mgr NSH
DG
LDH (M)
Rajesh Kumar  (9417192597)
ASP (HQ)

Satnam Dixit (9815903943)
IP Khanna

Tejinder Pal Dhillon (9781544275)
ASP Jagraon
*
Varun Sodhi (7837728300)
IP (C)



Sanjeev Sharma (9781985988)
IP (E)



Anju Bala (9988886467)
IP (Court)

PTA
Sanjiv Sahotra (8054949050)
ASP(W)

Rashmi Rani (9988885750)
IP (Court)

Sunil Kumar (9463882036)
ASP Rajpura

Krishan Kumar (9417111654)
IP(E)




Vacant
OS
16
SGR
Randhir Singh (9814207897)
ASP (HQ)

Sunil Kumar (9418470707)
IP (W)

Sanjeev Kumar (9872763095)
ASP (E)
Vacant
IP (Court)
17



Vikramjit Singh (8929112222)
IP Barnala
“LD” Dn
Vacant
ASRM (HQ)
4
Harpreet Singh(9779743570)
IRM 2nd LDH
M C Meena (9417171336)
ASRM Set 1

Parwinder Singh (9988776644)
IRM 3rd LDH

Ravita Kumari (8872244416)
ASRM Set 2




H.R.Saxena (9417777867)
ASRM Chd




“I” Dn
R.K. Gupta (9988257001)
ASRM Set 1

Gaurav K Grover (9464828601)
IRM
Nitish Kashyap (9417016662)
ASRM ASR




PSD
Neetu (7696708290)
ASP Uniform
*
Vacant
IP Bag
18
CSD
Somnath (9815814886)
ASP CSD


Circle
Atam Kharbanda (9815487722)
ASP Court

Gaurav Khatkar (9650833110)
IP PMU
R. P. Bhardwaj (9478432717)
ASP BD

Gaurav Nagi (9876581559)
IP MOD

Vijay Kumar (9855422575)
ASP MM

Shailendera Kumar (9988095891)
IP (PG RTI)

Dinesh Sharma (9814815036)
ASP Estt.




Kapil Gulati (9988865159)
ASP CBS




Rashmi Kapoor (9530567319)
ASP Vig




Sanjeev Kumar (9815587712)
ASP SB Mon




RO
Kishori Lal (9878621833)
ASP Inv

Monica Panjla (9915282984)
IP CBS

Vijay Kumar (9463518507)
ASP BD & Mail

Rishi Pal (7696526402)
IP MOD

Alok Kumar (9988020782)
ASP PG/Vig



Officiating
Gopal Krishan (9888910654), Sr PM CHD,      Vinod Kumar (9463181610), (AD(BD)),      Satpal Pahwa (9023497135) Sr PM Ldh,     
J.S.. Bhullar (9814152152), SPOs Kapurthala,      Shrikrishan Sharma (9417997680), AD (Vig) CO.