Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Letter on ICT

Posted by Secretary General on 12/26/2017 04:29:00 PM with No comments

Letter to ADG HRM-II on various CCAs related issues

Posted by Secretary General on 12/26/2017 04:24:00 PM with No comments

Monday, December 25, 2017

AICEIA wishes all a very Happy Christmas

Posted by Secretary General on 12/25/2017 07:27:00 AM with No comments
May the peace and love fill you with joy during this wonderful season.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

JAC-We need urgent redressal of our demands

Posted by Secretary General on 11/08/2017 10:45:00 AM with No comments

Thursday, October 19, 2017


Posted by Secretary General on 10/19/2017 07:23:00 PM with No comments

May the light that we celebrate at Diwali show us the way and lead us together on the path of peace and social harmony.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Notice for the XXth Convention of AICEIA

Posted by Secretary General on 10/11/2017 04:49:00 PM with No comments

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Update on the case of Grade Pay of Rs. 5400/-

Posted by Secretary General on 10/10/2017 12:44:00 PM with No comments
The Subramanian case on GP 5400 came up before the Hon'ble SC today.  The Bench dismissed the SLP of the dept.

Saturday, September 30, 2017


Posted by Secretary General on 9/30/2017 02:53:00 PM with No comments

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Observe Demands Day on 04/10/2017

Posted by Secretary General on 9/26/2017 11:31:00 AM with No comments

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

DEMANDS DAY ON 04.10.2017

Posted by Secretary General on 9/19/2017 05:37:00 PM with 1 comment

Updates on Various Issues

Posted by Secretary General on 9/19/2017 12:29:00 PM with No comments
A delegation comprising of Com. Anupam Neeraj, President, Com. Rananjay Pratap Singh, Liaison Secretary and the undersigned, visited Delhi & Mumbai to attend a series of official & organizational meetings on various issues.

On 14.09.2017, a meeting of Joint Action Committee (JAC) of all three Inspector-based Associations of CBEC [i.e. AICEIA, AIACEGEO and IRS (IDT) OA] was held at New Maharashtra Sadan, New Delhi, where various career related issues and pay related matters were discussed and joint memorandums were finalised. Later in the afternoon, the delegates of all these three Associations of the JAC visited Sh. Pon Radhakrishnan, Minister of State (Revenue), Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India at his residence at 16, Talkatora Road, New Delhi.  The meeting was held in a very cordial atmosphere. The Office-Bearers of Associations apprised the MoS about their views regarding smooth implementation of GST & also intimated him about the expectations of Cadre in GST.  The MoS assured of all possible measures for successful augmentation of GST and taking care of concerns of Cadre in GST. 

On 15.09.2017, the delegation of AICEIA separately visited various authorities at CBEC, North Block, New Delhi and reminded the authorities about the pending issues with them.  Further, a meeting of the Office-Bearers of JAC was also held with the Member (A), CBEC, Govt. of India.  Dear comrades, due to non-supply of information on ICT by various Branches of AICEIA on time, the delegation could not apprise the authorities about ICT issue in full details.  The facts, figures and comments of the Branches might have helped the delegation more in its endeavour but, it is really unfortunate, disheartening & disappointing that most of the Branches failed to supply the requisite data on time. Only Kerala, Rajkot, Hyderabad, Guntur, Shillong and Aurangabad Circle/Branches supplied us the data on time.

It is also pertinent to mention here that now the CBEC, as evident from the experience of its working style will call for these data from the CCAs which will not only delay the process but also give emphasis on the views of authority. We here again request our Circles and Branches to compile the data fast and also keep watch on the submissions of the concerned CCAs, if they are asked for by the CBEC.  Despite all  these hurdles, the All India Body is trying its best to get this issue resolved as early as possible.

Further, as decided vide Circular No. 01/2017 dated 05.09.2017 of the COC,  the 2nd  meeting of the Coordination Committee of Associations in the CBIC was held on 16.09.2017 at New Customs House, Ballard Estate, Mumbai.  Com. Abhishek Singh, J. S. (West) and Com. Amit Kumar Jain, President, AICEIA Mumbai Circle also participated in the meeting.  Total 43 delegates from thirteen Associations representing Group A, B & C staffs of CBIC participated in the meeting and it was unanimously decided to observe "DEMANDS DAY" on 04.10.2017 by holding lunch-hour meetings in all Headquarters offices and thereafter submitting the Charter of Demands to various Authorities, by the units of the Organisations and their All India Bodies, to be followed up by sending of the Charter of Demands by the individual members to all concerned authorities through various channels eg. twitter, whatsapp, mails, local press etc. We hereby appeal all our branches/circles to meet all the participating associations at branch/circle level and start preparing for the Demand Day right now, as we have little time in our hand.

Our submissions before Board-

Submissions of Joint Action Committee on Pay related Matters-

Submissions of Joint Action Committee on Career Related Issues-

COC Press Note-

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Data and Comments Required (on ICT matter) from all Branches/Circles of AICEIA

Posted by Secretary General on 9/07/2017 10:48:00 AM with No comments

Requirement of Data on ICT

Posted by Secretary General on 9/07/2017 07:52:00 AM with No comments
F. No. AICEIA/Admin/2017/53                                                   Date:07.09.2017                               
The General Secretary,
All Branches/Circles,

All India Central Excise Inspectors’ Association.


As you all are well aware of the fact that the ICT was re-introduced on 27.10.2011 because of the demand and active persuasions of AICEIA.  Since 2011, all the branches of AICEIA have worked tremendously hard to get their members benefitted of this scheme despite the fact that there were no clear-cut guidelines of forwarding and accepting the ICT applications.  Thousands of ICT applications have been forwarded and accepted in different zones of CBEC due to our continuous efforts. 

In recent days, many zones have stopped accepting the applications of ICT and reported the vacancies to the Board/SSC.  Unfortunately, this increased the rumors that AICEIA is against the ICT and several false messages started floating on the internet.   Further, in the Minutes of the meeting held on 18.08.2017, this was wrongly mentioned  and we immediately opposed it and requested the Board to correct it immediately.

Dear comrades, recently a Committee has been constituted by CBEC to deliberate and recommend on the framing of Inter Commissionerate Transfer (ICT) Policy for Group “B” Non-Gazetted and Group “C” officers. Being the largest stake holder, AICEIA will also deliberate on this issue and suggest the terms of policy so that maximum number of Inspectors will get benefitted. 

             In view of the above, we require the following data: -

·     Zone-wise list of applicants (indicating names, categories, date of appointment, date of NOC etc.) in which NOCs have been granted from your zone for ICT
·     List of pending cases (indicating names, categories, date of appointment, date of NOC etc.) of incoming ICTs in your zone and reasons behind the non-acceptance of applications
·     Detailed list of applications pending at different levels (in your zone) for want NOC and reasons behind the pendency

Please collect the above-mentioned updated data and forward us positively by 12.09.2017.  Further, you are also requested to forward us the proposed terms and conditions, which you wish to be part of the new ICT Policy.  We will try to get them inserted in the new policy.

All Zonal-In charges of AICEIA are requested to supervise this exercise.

Thanking you.                                  
                                                                                                                              Yours fraternally,
Abhishek Kamal
Secretary General

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Departmental Anomaly Committee for the MoF

Posted by Secretary General on 9/06/2017 03:38:00 PM with No comments
Vide letter F.No. O-21036/1/2017-Coord dated 24.08.2017, the Coordination Section has intimated that a Departmental Anomaly Committee for the Ministry of Finance consisting of the representatives of Office Side and the Staff Side to settle anomalies arising out of the 7th CPC recommendations has been set up.

Further, the Coordination Section has forwarded the original letters, meant for these following associations, on our address (the reason behind it is not known to us):-
  1. All India Association of Customs Ministerial Employees
  2. All India Customs Preventive Officers Service Federation
  3. All India Federation of Customs & Central Excise Telecommunication Staff
  4. All India Customs Ministerial Officers Association (2nd Membership)
  5. Shankar Saha, All India Customs & Central Excise Group "C" Officers Federation
  6. S. K. Jamal, All India Customs & Central Excise Group "C" Officers Federation
  7. Central Revenue Chemical Service Association
  8. All India Customs Group "C" Officers Federation.
The Secretary Generals of these Associations are requested to depute the representatives of their local Units to collect these from the office of AICEIA.