Monday, July 19, 2010

Invitation from Indore

ALL INDIA CENTRAL EXCISE INSPECTORS’ ASSOCIATION

BHOPAL CIRCLE ( CENTRAL INDIA)

Comprising Central Excise Commissionerates Bhopal (M.P.), Indore (M.P.),

Raipur (Chhattisgarh) and Nagpur (Maharashtra)]

(Affiliated to the Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers)

Recognized by Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India

[vide F.No. B.12017/1/2004-Ad.IV A dated 31.12.07 & 14.01.08]

Address for Correspondence: MIG II - 224, HUDCO, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh 490 009

President: Amitabh Vijayavargiya Secretary: Ajit Kumar K G

Cell No. 094254 28000 Cell No. 098261 93027

Email: vijayavargiya@gmail.com Email : ajitbhilai@rediffmail.com

Working President

Rajesh Barman

094253 73344

Vice Presidents

Vinod Sharma

098263 70922

vin_sha@rediffmail.com

Thomas Xavier

094252 61046

tmsxvr@gmail.com

Joint Secretaries

Mahesh Muchrikar

098935 87175

Suresh Nair

098260 36780

Treasurers

Ashish Biswas (Rpr)

098269 60962

Umesh Bhilware

Anil Bokre

Executive Committee Members

Sandeep Panwalkar

098264 54790

Shailesh Mehta

094250 39359

Santosh Singh

094255 19217

Sanjeeva Mankapure

094242 14472

Manish Thakur

098932 53152

Diljeet Wadhawan

098263 56017

C.No:AICEIA/BPL-Circle/2010/CEC Dated 15.04.2010

To

Presidents/Circle Secretaries of Branches/Circles

Members Central Executive Committee AICEIA

Dear friends

Subject : Invitation from AICEIA, Central India Circle

All India Inspectors’ Association Central India Circle is privileged for having been provided the opportunity to host Central Executive Committee meeting of the All India Association at Indore on 31st July 2010 and 1st August 2010, the circular for which has already been issued by the Secretary General on June 28, 2010.

As the host unit it is our pleasure to invite you to the Central Executive Committee meeting of the AICEIA at Indore on 31st July 2010 & 1st August 2010.

Matters of paramount importance – stagnation, regional disparities in promotions, consideration of base-cadre seniority for promotion to Group A posts ,the prolonged uncertainty as regards cadre-restructuring, grant of Rs 5400/- GP to Inspectors who have completed 4 years after getting ACP, grant of ACP to all Inspectors (whether promotees or DR) after 10 years of service as Inspector, notional fixation of pay in the scale of Rs6500 – 10,000/- wef 01.01.2006, and a host of other such issues confront the cadre today. In our role as the unit hosting this meet at this crucial juncture, we hope to see impassioned discussions and brainstorming sessions bringing forth radical ideas that would, in due course of time, prove this CEC to be important milestone in the AICEIA’s journey,

The boarding and lodging for the night of 30th July 2010 & for the night intervening 31st July 2010 and 1st August 2010 have been made at Sangam Palace, Near Rajiv Gandhi Statue Circle, Choithram Hospital Chouraha, A B road, Indore-the venue for the meet. The arrangements other than the above will be made on your specific request. We assure you we have a dedicated team who shall make your stay as comfortable as possible.

S/Shri Vinod Sharma, (09826370922), Suresh Nair (09826036780) and Sandip Panwalkar (09826454790), stationed at Indore, who are heading the Reception Committee may please be contacted for further queries, if any.

We at Indore look forward to see & hear from you soon.

Yours sincerely

(Amitabh Vijayavargiya)

President

About the Venue: The city of Indore

Indore, a bustling and vibrant city on the southern end of the large Malwa plateau in Central India, is the largest city in Madhya Pradesh. Sometimes referred to as ‘Mini Mumbai’, this modern day commercial hub was once the seat of the Holkar dynasty, and owes its name to the eighteenth century Indreshwar temple. The Holkar palace
(Rajwada), a seven storied grand building of which only the façade now remains was built over two centuries in a fusion of Maratha, Mughal and French styles. It is located in the city’s main square near Chhatri Baug where Chhatries(cenotaphs) erected in memory of the erstwhile Holkar rulers are outstanding examples of Maratha Architecture and sculpture.

The city of Indore is a gourmet’s delight too - for the variety of savouries (Namkeen), delectable sweets and other mouth-watering fare that it offers.

  • City of Indore is mainly known from its variety of food & other edibles, like Namkeen, Sweets , etc.,
  • City of Indore is also known as Mini- Mumbai & is the Commercial Capital of M.P.
  • Weather during July & August is very pleasant & temperature is around 22 -28 degrees C.
  • City is located in the middle of Temple City of Ujjain & Onkareshwar.
  • Railway connectivity of the City to other parts of the Country is not up to the mark, being off track from the main railway tracks of India.
  • City is 180 kms ( 4 hrs journey ) away from Bhopal & 60 kms ( 1 hr journey) from Ujjain.
  • The approximate distance of the venue

Bus stand - 5 kms

Railway Station- 5 kms

Airport – 10 kms

Copy for information to :

1. The Secretary General, AICEIA , Circle Executive Members, Branch Secretaries of All Branch units of AICEIA, Central India Circle, ( Bhopal Zone).

2. S/Sh., Rajesh Barman Working President, Vinod Sharma & Thomas Xavier, Vice Presidents, Ajit Kumar K G, Secretary, Suresh Nair & Mahesh Muchrikar, Joint Secretaries, Ashish Biswas & Umesh Bhilware, Treasurers , Sandip Panwalkar, Shailesh Mehta, Vikas Gupta, Executive Members, Central India Circle.

3.. Notice Board

President

9 comments :

Kuldeep Singh said...

Take a pledge to work and fight unitedly for the common causes of the 5400 GP, stagnation and all other burning issues. The cadre is looking forward to some good decisions to be taken and for perfect execution of the same. With best wishes.

gyanprakash said...

pay fixation in 7450 pay scale should also be discussed as ddos simply given 4600 grade pay in 6500 basic

rajaguru said...

It is learnt that the Supreme court had directed the Government to inform the court on 20.7.2010 the efforts taken by the government for removal of stagnation of Superintendents of Central Excise. Any feedback on the developments?

The Central Information Commissioner had categorically ruled that there are no written instructions for the prescription of uniform (Please see www.supasskar.in). Whether AICEIA had taken any decision to the effect that the Officers will refuse to wear the uniform. Whether this decision of the Central Information Commission enable us to form Trade Union as the barrier hitherto was Uniform. Please enlighten.

KyungBivo中如 said...

快樂,是享受工作過程的結果............................................................

Life said...

Respected Amitabh ji, I would like to correct your letter regarding notional fixation of pay in the scale of Rs 6500-10,000/- wef 01.01.1996, not from 01.01.2006

AJIT KUMAR said...

Thanks for the correction. It was an avoidable oversight, and the fault is entirely mine. My apologies. There is another typo - the date indicated in the invitation is 15.04.2010; please read it as 15.07.2010.
ajit kumar k g

思恬 said...

rain before seven; fine before eleven.............................................................

pvd said...

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RAM said...

Observation in ICETEA

The Samiran Roy case will be comming for a decision in the Board Meeting, the deadlock will be over soon. The Chairman is putting all efforts to set right the disorders created for long in these matters.

where the rota quota is followed, the stay could have been vacted as no injustice is done to SC ST officers. Thereby the dept. can avoid the damage to the career prospects of the General category officers. In these zones, there is no violation of any body's fundamental rights, but by staying DPC, the FRs of the General candidates have been violated. the Assn letters were linked on the top buttons.

Rota Quota! In Tamilnadu the Department has given categorically that they have not followed.

Whether Action will be initiated by those erring officers? Becuase oftheir act Kolkottas arises>

No biased think. If is a fact that when the expectations are getting late, it is natural to become tensed and we can give anything.