Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Inclusion of Delhi Circle

Posted by Secretary General on 6/29/2010 12:26:00 PM with 7 comments

Monday, June 28, 2010

CEC meeting at Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Posted by Secretary General on 6/28/2010 03:15:00 PM with 2 comments
Ref. No. AICEIA/org/2009/101-134c
Date : 28.06.10.

Notice for Central Executive Committee (CEC) meeting
At Indore, Madhya Pradesh on 31st July and 1st of August, 2010.

Notice is hereby issued for the meeting of the Central Executive Committee of the All India Central Excise Inspectors’ Association. The meeting is scheduled to be held on 31st of July and 1st of August, 2010 at Indore, M.P.

The meeting is scheduled to commence at 10.00 A.M. Sharp on 31st July, 2010 and to be concluded by 1st August, 2010 at 1.00P.M.


Reading and confirmation of the minutes of the last CEC meeting held at Rajasthan on 23rd and 24th of January,2010.
Tabling of Action Taken Report on restructuring and on various other issues.
Agitational programme on the pending issues.
Fixing of date and venue of the next convention of the A.I.C.E.I.A.
Any other items with the permission of the chair.

1. Each Branch/circle are hereby requested to submit their suggestion on the forthcoming action plan and details of accounts of each branch/circle may kindly be sent to the SG / President by e.mail before 20.07.10 in order to enable incorporation of the same in the action taken report to be presented by the S.G.
2. Venue for All India CEC Meeting will be as under:
SANGAM PALACE Near Rajiv Gandhi Statue Circle, Choitram Hospital Chouraha Circle, A B Road,INDORE (M.P.)
3. Confirmation of attendance along with details of the to and fro journey may be made to, H.K.Ghoshal (Jt. Secy AICEIA ) 09827177899, Ajit Kumar K.G.(Circle Secretary M.P. & Chattishgarh) 09826193027, Amithabh Vijayvargiya, President 094254-28000.
(For confirmation of arrival & Accomodation)
1Vinod Sharma, Vice-President 098263-70922 email vin_sha@rediffmail.com
2. Sandip Panwalkar, Ex-member 098264-54790
3.. Suresh Nair, J S 098260-36780

(Kousik Roy)
Secretary General
President of AICEIA
All members of Central Executive Committee of AICEIA.
All Branch/Circle Secretary and president.

Sunday, June 27, 2010


Posted by Secretary General on 6/27/2010 06:11:00 AM with 27 comments
Dear Friends,
We were on a short trip to Delhi from 20th to 24th instant to pursue the restructuring work , that is likely to be finalised byHRM within a couple of weeks; in addition to that we got an appointment, of the Secretary General of Suerintendents Association on 21st of this month.
As everybody anxious about the Kolkata High Court Case, we applogise for not updating the blog for quite some time, on 17th of June Department submitted its affidavit to court and the appellant was initially given one week time for their rejoinder to file, the appellant again asked for an extension of time; right after the submission of the rejoinder department will get another oppurtunity to submit addtional arguement if any.
Some members/non-members/circle Secretaries suspected about the activity of the Association; in fact for submission of Affidavit govt took three months while court has given three weeks time initially. It is true the situation is unbearable for the All India Association and certainly when association actively trying to expedite the case, it can not be said that the case has no merit and it is also true that for this reason entire cadre should not suffer. Only to pursue submission of affidavit association spent at least twenty days in different formation of CBEC .
We know that most of our members learned gentlemen, though we have only 6000(app.) mebership of which we are getting subscription of only 4500 members. Some of the units failed to understand the necessity of sending of subscription regularly. In fact it is not possible to give every detail in the blog, as of now AICEIA is the most dynamic Associationunder CBEC.
In delhi on 21st instant we requested Secretary General of Superintendent Association and Secretary General of Ministerial Association in seperate meetings to form a Departmental JCA as it exists in CBDT. Though Ministerial Association was positive we have not yet got any positive response from the Superintendent Association. For revised pay scale from 01.01.1996/1986 and the discrimination of superintendents in the restructuring we requested superintendent Association to plan for agitational programme, it is transpired by one of the leaders of superintendent Association from pune that for both the issues can be tkaen up in Supreme Court, Our Association's view was that we have got hundreads of favourable judgement in our favour over the years but failed to implement most of them beacause of our weekness of organising organisational action programme. However it appeared to us that our senior brother's leadership are not keen to take any action programme, and moreover they want programme if any that should be on Saturdays and Sundays.
However, we would like to request our members/nonmembers keep sending your advice and take part in active discussion with the superintendent Association for achieving our goal.
Thanking you

Friday, June 18, 2010

Kolkata High Court case on promotion .... update

Posted by Secretary General on 6/18/2010 02:11:00 PM with 35 comments
Chief Commissioner Kokata, along with Commissioner Kolkata-I Commissionerate and his team of officers is all set to appear for the case in question, it appears that the case may come up for hearing on 21st instant, affidavit submitted to KOlkata High Court, affirmation already submitted by Commissioner Kolkata-I, we are of the view that there could be a modification in the injunction order and court may allow promotion till the final outcome of the case.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Posted by Secretary General on 6/09/2010 11:49:00 AM with 15 comments
We are not updating our blog regularly as we are yet to achieve new goal, Association is pursuing each and every single case like 1) Notional fixation from 01.01.1996 without arrears ( we have no objection in the other guy's demand of 01.01.1986 if it is achievable), 2) Removal of stagnation, 3) additional increment for all who ever have joined before 01.07. 2006, 3) removal of Rs. 5400/- grade pay in two different pay bands, 4) rectification of anomaly caused by MACP, 5) rummaging allowance, 6) daily allowance to all inspectors and many other issues but amongst them the first four issues are prime by merit.
For the first point we are struggling to achieve it from long back , in the past two years we met several ministers inclusive of finance minister on this issue, which have yielded no result that is well known to you.
Recently we met MOS Revenue and Superintendent Association met several ministers and secretaries on this issue. Recently we tried to contact Superintendent Association in Delhi and requested to organise a joint meeting along with Income-Tax and Customs organisations, we assured that our association is regularly contacting with other associations in CBEC inclusive of the Association of Narcotics, so, if The All India Association of superintendents of Central Excise is ready to convene a meeting we will be able to bring all the other Associations of Revenue Department so that a joint action programme could be chalked out, we are still awaiting a positive reply from the superintendent Association who are very busy in pursuing this issue in front of different VVIPs. Persuation without any action may not and can not yield any result.
For the Second point it is gathered that the proposal for creation of no. of class-I officers is nearly halved by our Board, we shall try to confirm it in our next visit to HRM, here also our association feels that action is very much necessary, we know that our leadership is not always ready to take up action on the plea that members are not willing!!!! But our experience says that it is our office bearers who are the key people to convince our members about the seriousness of the issue. Finally any action without the active participation of the Superintendent Association may not be successful.