Monday, November 12, 2012

AICEIA CIRCULAR 08/2012 dated 12.11.2012

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It is informed once again that the Joint Action Committee (Joint Action Committee) of Associations of Staff and Officers in the Central Board of Excise and Customs has called for observance of a PROTEST WEEK from 19th to 23rd of November 2012 in support of our 9 point Charter of Demands. The programme of agitation is that during the Protest Week all members shall wear black badges, and protest meetings shall be held on each day during the lunch break. On 23rd November, after the protest meeting, i.e. in the afternoon, complete “pen-down” shall be observed.
It is hoped that notices in this respect must have already been given to the departmental heads. In case the same has not yet been done by any unit, it is requested that the AICEIA Circle/ Branch Secretaries may serve the Notice immediately to respective Chief Commissioners/ Commissioners. It is preferable that notices may be served jointly along with representatives of other constituents of the JAC. The Superintendents’ Association (All India Association of  Central Excise Gazetted Executive Officers) too, as per understanding reached with the JAC, have served notice for observing identical protest programme.  It is, therefore, suggested that the agitation be organized effectively all across the country in close co-ordination with all other Associations of  Staff and Officers.
In the wake of the successful agitation on the call of the JAC, CBEC has issued an Office Memorandum calling for brief notes on the Charter of Demands. However, no progress on the Cadre Restructuring front and other long-standing demands of ours is evident. So it  is all the more important that the PROTEST WEEK is observed with total participation across the length and breadth of this country to register the deep anguish of all Group B and Group C cadres of the CBEC at the grossly unjust and discriminatory treatment meted out to them by the Government.
On 23rd of November, from all the Protest Meeting venues  Savingrams should be sent to the Revenue Secretary, Govt. of India, and Chairperson CBEC, in separate envelopes, by Speed Post. Copy of notice served to the Revenue Secretary by the JAC, and a draft for the savingram along with Charter of Demands is enclosed.
It is requested that immediately after the Protest Week all AICEIA Circle/Branch Secretaries may send a report on the observance of the same in their respective formations. Reports may please be sent by e-mail at ajitkgbhilai@gmail.com and manojmythree@hotmail.com .
          -sd-
(Ajit Kumar K G)
Secretary General

To
1.The President, AICEIA for favour of information.
2. All Office Bearers AICEIA
3. All General Secretaries/ Secretaries of AICIEA Circles/ Branches


JAC CHARTER OF DEMANDS
1.       Furnish the Board’s proposal after the submission of the Federations/Associations on 25.01.2011 to CBEC, New Delhi and ensure obtaining Federations/Associations views and comments on the D.O.P&T’s decision on Board’s Proposal. Inclusion of all isolated cadres like Telecommunication wing, Marine wing and Chemical staffs whose restructuring is pending in the ongoing Restructuring of Cadres.
2.       A committee be constituted with the representatives of all Recognised Federations/Associations of Joint Action committee and the officials from the CBEC to finalise the ensuing Restructuring of the cadre of CBEC as was done in CBDT.
3.       No reduction/abolition of posts in any of the grade beloinging to Group ‘C’(non-ministerial), Group ‘C’(Ministerial) & Group ‘B’(Gazetted & Non-Gazetted) & Group ‘A’ officers taking into account the submissions made by different Associations consequent to the meeting held with the CBEC officials on 18.01.2011.
4.       Ensure at least 04(four) functional promotions in the service life across the cadre.
5.       One time relaxation for regularisation of the daily wagers/casual labours through the on going cadre restructuring.
6.       The vacancies that would crop up out of the cadre restructuring exercise should be filled up first by giving appointment to all the pending Compassionate appointment cases as one time measure, disregarding the cap of 5% of the Direct Recruit vacancies as provided in the relevant instructions.
7.       Prompt and adequate consideration and redressal of the proposals in respect of ongoing restructuring of cadres of the CBEC submitted by the respective Federations/Associations
8. Redefining the role of employees in conformity with the procedural changes of the department, deployment of all categories of Officers be made in an appropriate manner after imparting proper training.
9.       Restructuring of the cadres in consonance with the recommendation of the 6th CPC in Chapter 3.1.
  

SAVINGRAM

1.        SHRI SUMIT  BOSE, REVENUE SECRETARY, NORTH BLOCK, NEW DELHI 110 001
2.       MS PRAVEEN MAHAJAN, CHAIRPERSON,CBEC, NORTHBLOCK, NEW DELHI 110 001
 
JOINT  ACTION COMMITTEE DEMANDS IMMEDIATE PROVISION FOR MINIMUM FOUR FUNCTIONAL PROMOTIONS TO ALL ENTRY LEVEL CADRES IN CBEC.  CADRE RESTRUCTURING -ACCOMMODATE SUBMISSIONS MADE IN JANUARY 2011 BY DIFFERENT ASSOCIATIONS. EMPLOYEES HIGHLY AGITATED OVER DISCRIMINATION AND ABYSMAL CAREER PROSPECTS.


        23.11.2012                         ………………………………………………..
(signature & name )
PRESIDENT OF THE MEETING
………………ZONE / COMMISSIONERATE / DIVISION
JOINT ACTION COMMITTEE OF ASSOCIATIONS OF STAFF AND OFFICERS
 IN THE CENTRAL BOARD OF EXCISE AND CUSTOMS

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