Thursday, May 24, 2012


Posted by Secretary General on 5/24/2012 11:53:00 AM with No comments
With reference to the circular No.04/12 dated 14.5.2012, the meeting to form Branch and Circle Committees scheduled to be held at Mumbai by 28.5.2012 has been extended due to unavoidable circumstances.  Fresh date and venue would be intimated in consultation with Shri.K.P.Rao and Shri.Shishir Agnihotri.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012


Posted by Secretary General on 5/23/2012 06:01:00 AM with No comments

Friday, May 18, 2012

Posted by Secretary General on 5/18/2012 09:52:00 AM with No comments

15/1 Strand Road, Custom House, M.S.Building, 7th floor, Kolkata-700001
(Affiliated to the Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers)
Recognised by Ministry of Finance
[vide F.No.B.12017/1/2004-Ad.IV A dated 31.12.07 & 14.1.08]

President         :

Manoj K P
Working President:
N. Venkitakrishnan
Vice President (NZ):
Malkit Singh
Vice President (SZ):
 Reddy B P K
Vice President (WZ):
Vice President (EZ): Sanjay Singh
Vice President (CZ):
Samir K. Sinha

Secretary General: Kousik Roy


Asst. Secy. General:
Ajit K.G.
Liaison Secretary:
Shibaji Ch. Nayak 09437090969
Organising Secretary:
Ajay Kumar Saini
Jt. Secretary (NZ):
Aabhay Singh
Jt. Secretary (SZ):
Jt. Secretary (WZ):
Sanjay Sriniwasan
Jt. Secretary (EZ):
Rajashish Dutta
Jt. Secretary (CZ): H.K.Ghoshal

Address for Correspondence:
Block-‘B’ Flat No. 301 68, Shibpur Road, Shibpur, Mandirtala, Howrah-711102
Phone  : 03322420693           
Cell      : 09831007827    

Web Page :
CIRCULAR No.    04/12                                 Dated: 14.5.2012    

Dear Comrades,

                 Subject:  Formation of Circle & Branch committees at Mumbai zone.

              As all are probably aware, since the initial recognition of AICEIA in December, 2007 there was no formal committee of AICEIA functioning in Mumbai, though we salute the efforts taken by our former all India President Shri.K.P.Rao, who ran the Association in Mumbai those days.   Formal committees of AICEIA has virtually been defunct for a considerable period of time in Mumbai.   Despite the sincere efforts to reconstitute the Mumbai  Circle & Branches no concrete results could be achieved.

2.     I have visited Mumbai during November 2009 and May 2011  and personally understood  the difficulties being faced by our cadre in the absence of duly elected committees of the AICEIA in Mumbai.
I have intimated this to Shri. K.P.Rao & Shri. Shishir Agnihotri, former office bearers of Mumbai and requested them to hold an A.G.M latest by 28th of May 2012.    As restructuring is on the anvil it is our duty to revive our  organizational  set up at each and every part of this country.

3.       In view of the above and also due to the keen interest shown by the Inspectors of Mumbai, we are ready to form a new committee of the AICEIA forthwith in Mumbai. All are requested to come and join the meeting on time as would be intimated by Shri.Shishir Agnihotri.     

                                                                         Comradely Yours
                                                                               ( KOUSIK ROY)

The President,
All office Bearers,
Circle and Branch Secretaries for wide circulation
  • Copy forwarded to Shri. K.P.Rao former President of AICEIA and Shri. Shisir Agnihotri former President AICEIA Mumbai Branch for active participation and to organise the meeting at a convenient venue.
  • Copy Forwarded to Chief Commissioner, Central Excise & Customs Mumbai for information and for grant of Special casual leave.
                                                                               ( KOUSIK ROY)

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Posted by Secretary General on 5/01/2012 09:35:00 AM with No comments
I wish all People living in World, Happy May Day
On this May Day Lets Unite, Happy May Day..


Posted by Secretary General on 5/01/2012 09:25:00 AM with No comments
Hope everyone is aware of the developments on cadre restructuring, reduction of commissionarates proposed by D.O.P&T shall definitely have an impact on the strength of different cadres. What would be the actual strength after this deduction is not known to anybody not even to Board, nearly 125 proposed posts of commissioers have been reduced, in all probability D.O.P&T had not proposed any reduction in the post of Superintendent or Inspectors and not even for Gr. 'A' entry level posts, whatever information we are collecting all are speculation. On 22nd March D.G. HRD himself gave us a hint that increase of commissionerate may not be possible , this deduces and unfolds another remarkable window which may lead us to removal of regional disparity.