The Committee

Chief Patron: Shri Anil Shastri, Special Invitee, Congress Working Committee (CWC), Patron: UK Mohanty, President: Giridhar Thakur, Vice President: D K Mazumdar and K K Bagul, General Secretary: Dr DS Chauhan, Organising Secretary: P K Maheshwari, Treasurer: Amit Gupta, Zonal Secretaries: Smt. Sandhya Chowdhary (North), Pushphas Pandey (Central), A K S Chauhan (West), Ashes K Chatterjee (South), Ranajee Mehta (East), A K Gogoi (North East), Committee Members: A K Dikshit, Mahesh Raichandani, R Mohan, Dr. S K Pandey, B V Rao, Advisor: A D Lokare

Thursday, 28 April 2016

Check List on Transfer



CHECK LIST ON TRANSFER

  1. Prepare a check list of works handled and pending works and hand over.
  2. Keep your and (family members ) photographs (ID and Passport Sized) ready.
  3. Apply for a lease flat / quarter at the centre of transfer.
  4. Apply for getting relieving order earlier / later.
  5. Obtain letter from the Bank that goods are transported on account of transfer and are household goods for private use so as to avoid octroi payment.
  6. Write to NB/RBI societies about transfer and deduction from new centres.
  7. Obtain a copy of the surrender sheet of the leased flat noting therein the electric / water meter readings.
  8. Return all magazines / library books from office and ensure none is outstanding in own name.
  9. Surrender identity card, calculator, keys of the office table, etc.
  10. Advise the Bank about vacation of the quarter / lease flat.
  11. Obtain "NOC" from the Bank for transfer of vehicle to the new centre.
  12. Make arrangements for redirecting the letters received in office.
  13. Post Office / Bank Accounts.
  14. Close all bank account and O D facilities.
  15. Take jewellery from locker and close the accounts.
  16. Kindly give an authority letter to driver with his signature appended on the letter if taken by road
  17. Obtain an NOC on RTO forms, from HRMD bills for transfer of vehicle if finance availed from bank
  18. Get NSS, NSCs, LIC, PPF, CTD etc. transferred to the new centre
MISCELLANEOUS

  1. Obtain TC from school and obtain its endorsement from Education Department.
  2. If retaining children make arrangement for Hostel or make alternate arrangements.
  3. Get NOC from RTO for transfer of registration of your vehicle(s).
  4. Make arrangements for transporting vehicle(s) to the new centre (preferably vehicle may be transferred immediately) for claiming conveyance allowance.
  5. Clear all dues of newspaper/milk vendors etc.
  6. Intimate the Agency for uninstalling A/c, DTH and other imp. equipments
  7. Intimate DTH operator about your transfer to new centre.
  8. Return all library books and magazines.
  9. Instruct the landlord of the lease flat / neighbour of flat to redirect letters, if any, to the new address.
  10. Surrender Ration Card and obtain surrender certificate.
  11. Transfer gas connection and obtain transfer voucher from the gas agency.
  12. Contact packing agency and get the household goods neatly packed.
  13. Use crating for all delicate items.
  14. Negotiate with transport company for transportation of goods, billing, insurance in transit etc. (Hold back a token amount for settlement of damaged goods)

BON VOYAGE

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Sunday, 3 April 2016

National Council Meeting - Jaipur - Venue Details

We heartily welcome all the members of National Council meeting, scheduled on 07-08 April 2016 at Jaipur.
  
We request all the participants to forward their travel plans to the e-mail id 'secretary.nboajaipur@gmail.com' alongwith a copy to the Organising Secretary.  The details of contact persons for the purpose of receiving the comrades are given below ;

1. Shri Chandresh Kumar Sharma - 99839-88059 - 
2. Shri Pradeep Kumar - 7073660033

The Venue for the Meet and stay arrangements : 

State Institute of Agriculture Management (SIAM), 
Agriculture Farm, Durgapura, Tonk Road, 
Jaipur. 

The distance of the venue:
10 km from the Jaipur Railway station
02 km from the Durgapura railway station
04 km from the Gandhinagar, Railway station
04 km from the Airport, Jaipur
04 Km from the VOF, NABARD, Jaipur
04 km from the NABARD, Regional Office, Jaipur



Thanks & Regards

Rajesh Kumar Meena                                     N C Pareek
Secretary                                                           Vice-President
NBOA, Rajasthan                                            NBOA, Rajasthan
9828717101                                                       9414889735

Monday, 28 March 2016

Condolence Meeting

Secretary,

It has been decided to have a condolence meeting to pay homage  to our treasurer and beloved friend Late Shri Amit Gupta. All the units to conduct the condolence meeting today itself and preferably at 10:30 am, as Central Unit has decided to have it at 10:30 am.

Dr D S Chauhan

Saturday, 26 March 2016

OBITUARY

OBITUARY


WITH PROFOUND GRIEF WE INFORM THE SAD DEMISE OF OUR POPULAR AND BELOVED TREASURER SHRI AMIT GUPTA, TODAY MORNING DUE TO A MASSIVE CARDIAC ARREST... A YOUNG LIFE AND A BUDDING CAREER CUT SHORT BY DESTINY... OUR HEART GOES WITH THE BEREAVED FAMILY AND WE PRAY ALMIGHTY TO GRANT ETERNAL PEACE TO THE DEPARTED SOUL AND STRENGTH TO THE NEAR AND DEAR ONES OF OUR AMIT GUPTA TO BEAR THIS UNTIMELY AND COLOSSAL LOSS...



DR D S CHAUHAN                               GIRIDHAR THAKUR
GENERAL SECRETARY                         PRESIDENT
26/03/2016


Wednesday, 23 March 2016

National Council Meeting at Jaipur - AGENDA

Dear Secretary,

The following are the agenda items which shall be taken up for discussion and necessary action at the ensuing National Council Meeting.
1.              Confirmation of the minutes of the last National Council Meeting held at Bhopal
2.             General Secretary's report on the important issues and operations pertaining to the AINBOA during the period April '15 to April '16
3.              Presentation on NABARD 2020 Vision by GS
4.              Discussions and finalisation of NABARD 2020 Vision 
5.              Presentation on Role of DDMs by GS
6.             Discussion and Finalisation of Role of DDMs
7.              Finalisation of Strategy required towards settlement of Charter 2012-17
8.             Functional Issues of AINBOA with specific reference to Registration of AINBOA under Trade Union Act, Court Case at Mumbai High Court and Election schedule for the Units and Central Unit.
9.            Unit Specific issues and deliberations on Transfer related cases (subject to condition that transfer orders are out by then)
10.        Any other item with the permission of the chair

Dr. D S Chauhan
General Secretary

22/03/2016

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

TRANSFERS - 2016

Dear Secretary,

You are requested to forward to us the requests you may have received from your unit members in respect of transfers 2016 as per the following-

1.  NAME
2.  UIN
3. STAY AT THE PRESENT CENTRE
4. REQUEST DETAILS :
            -- SEEKING TRANSFER TO CHOICE CENTRE..............
            -- SEEKING RETENTION AT THE PRESENT CENTRE
5. REASONS CITED IN SUPPORT OF REQUEST
            -- HEALTH GROUNDS OF SELF/SPOUSE/DEPENDENTS
            -- EDUCATIONAL (X & XII) CASES OF WARD/S
            -- JOINING SPOUSE
            -- PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED CASES
            -- ANY OTHER REASON.......
6. WHETHER SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED TO BANK : Y/N
7. SECRETARY'S COMMENT/RECOMMENDATION

Please ensure that only genuine cases are forwarded and recommended by you.

B. In addition to the above you are also requested to send the names and UIN of the DDMs who have completed more than 66 months as on 30/06/2016 and are willing for a transfer.

C. Also forward to us the names and UIN of those Grade C officers who have not been posted as DDMs in their career till now, similarly send the names and UIN of those Grade B officers who have completed 4 or more years as grade B and are willing to take up a DDM posting.

THE INFORMATION MAY BE SENT TO THE UNDERSIGNED WITH A COPY TO ORGANISING SECRETARY LATEST BY 20/02/2016.

With Fraternal greetings

Yours Sincerely ,

Dr D S Chauhan
General Secretary

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

AGENDA for JCC Meeting

Dear All,
The following is the agenda submitted to the bank for the JCC meeting which may be convened by the bank shortly. If you desire to add any other specific agenda pertaining to your unit the same may be communicated to the undersigned by 08/02/2016 so that the same can be forwarded to the bank as additional agenda item.

Dr D S Chauhan
GS
AINBOA



AGENDA  ITEMS
1)     DEVIATIONS FROM RBI IN  FACILITIES  (ANNEXURE I)
2)     HRMS RELATED ISSUES  (ANNEXURE II )
3)     ISSUES RELATED TO CLMAS
4)     VITAMINS AND CALCIUMS DURING RECUPERATION PERIOD IN HOSPITAL NOT BEING MADE ELIGIBLE
5)     ISSUES RELATED TO RETENTION OF QUARTERS BY OFFICERS WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO DDMs OF 60+ IDENTIFIED DISTRICTS
6)     DDMS PACKAGE-REVISITING THEREOF
7)     NON ADHEERENCE OF NORMS IN TERMS OF BENEFITS TO BE EXTENDED TO GRADE  PP  ‘B’ &  ‘C’ OFFICERS.
8)     PROBLEMS FACED BY OFFICERS IN GRADE A/B/C WHILE UNDERTAKING TOURS TO DIFFICULT  PLACES/ DISTRICTS IN HILLY STATES OF HP/ UTTARAKHAND/J & K AND INACCESIBLE AREAS.
9)     OFFICERS IN GRADE 'C' ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TRAVEL BY  TAXI (REFER TO RBI CIRCULAR).
10)  OFFICERS BEING NOT ALLOWED TO TRAVEL BY AIR WITHIN A STATE EVEN IF TRAIN TICKETS IN ELIGIBLE  CLASS ARE NOT AVAILABLE
11)  NON FURNISHING OF SRAS AT VARIOUS ROS. &  UPKEEP OF VOFS  , OFFICE PREMISES AND RESIDENTIAL PREMISES AND  RELATED ISSUES
12)  POSTING OF OFFICERS TO ADFT, NABFINS, BIRD ETC. : NORMS AND PAYMENT OF DEPUTATION ALLOWANCE
13)  ISSUES RELATED TO CONDUCT OF SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS ON SATURDAYS/SUNDAYS/HOLIDAYS.
14)  ISSUES RELATED TO ALLOTTMENT OF RESIDENTIAL UNITS TO OFFICERS AT RAIPUR & RANCHI.
15)  ALLOWING AINBOA TO USE IP MESSAGE WINDOW FOR COMMUNICATING WITH ITS MEMBERSHIP AND ALLOWING AINBOA THE FACILITY OF VISEO CONFERENCING FOR ITS INTERNAL MEETINGS.
16)  CONVENING OF MEETINGS WITH NBOA BY THE HRMD ON REGULAR INTERVALS
17)  PROVIDING A COPY OF ALL THE RELEVANT CIRCULARS BEING ISSUED BY BANK TO AINBOA
18)  DISCONTINUATION OF ISSUING OF IOMs TO CIRCUMVENT POLICY/ADMINISTRATIVE CIRCULARS OF THE BANK
19)  ISSUE OF SPECIAL CASUAL LEAVE TO OFFICERS OF KOLKATA REGIONAL OFFICE AS BANK WAS NOT ABLE TO PROVIDE THEM THE SAFE PASSAGE ON THE STRIKE DAY
20)  ANY OTHER ITEM WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE CHAIR


ANNEXURE - I

Deviations from RBI in terms of facilities & Benefits

1.   Difference with RBI in compassionate appointment Package and pension package
2.   Difference in Lunch Subsidy
3.   Difference in Reimbursement of Educational Expenses.
4.   Difference in  Ph.D allowance 
5.   Difference in  special allowance to Principal/director/VP/JD/Faculty of training Institutions
6.   Difference pertaining to reimbursement of expenses pertaining to Travel by own car-we are being paid petrol charges @10 km/ltr or railway eligibility whichever is less , at RBI the officer gets its eligible rail class fare irrespective of expenditure on petrol.
7.   Flexi time in office.
8.   Paternity Leave as in RBI
9.   Difference in rate charged for VOF allottment on personal visits.

ANNEXURE II
HRMS RELATED ISSUES

1.   DETAILS OF SETTLED BILLS ARE STILL NOT ELIGIBLE.
2.   MODULE/OPTION FOR SENDING REPRESENTATION ON THE SETTELED BILL THROUGH HRMS NOT AVAILABLE
3.   THOUGH IT HAS BEEN MADE MANDATORY FOR OFFICERS TO APPLY FOR VOF AND HOLIDAY HOMES THROUGH HRMS THE BOOKINGS ARE CONTINUED TO BE DONE MANUALLY AT THE RESPECTIVE CENTRES AND AS SUCH NO TRANSPARENCY IN FOLLOWING THE PRINCIPLES OF FIRST CUM FIRST GET BASIS.
4.   PROVISION MAY BE PROVIDED TOWARDS LODGING OF CLAIMS IN CASE THE OFFICER , DUE TO CERTAIN EXIGENCIES AND/OR DUE TO REASONS BEYOND HIS/HER CONTROL IS UNABLE TO SEEK CLAIM THROUGH HRMS WITHIN THE STIPULATED TIME SCHEDULE.
5.   INORDINATE DELAY IN SETTELMENT OF DDMS BILLS.

6.   STATUS OF ELIGIBLE LEAVES 

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Memorandum to Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji

To All the Members,

Reproduced below is a copy of Memorandum submitted to Shri Narendre Modiji , Hon'ble Prime Minister, GoI  on 22/01/2016 at Lucknow. The copy of the Memorandum was also submitted to Prof. B. Mungekar, Noted Agricultural Economist and Hon'ble MP (Rajya Sabha) and Ms. Anju Bala, Hon'ble MP (Lok Sabha).  The AINBOA delegation, comprising of Shri Giridhar Thakur, President, Sri B V Rao, EC member and the undersigned, was led by Shri Ashok Singh, Vice President, AINTUC who is also member of the CBDT board and Rajbhasha Implementation & Coordination Committee, Ministry of Home Affairs, GoI, New Delhi. 

AINBOA is now in the process of soliciting an audience with Hon'ble Finance Minister, GoI, New Delhi.  Friends, we believe that the forth coming Central government's budget will decide the future shape of NABARD's  operations, status and financial aspects. The settlement of RBI Charter of Demands is also at an advanced stage and as such we have to be in readiness in respect of our charter of Demands too. Coupled with internal issues of career progression of officers, ensuing transfers and postings and issues related to CLMAS  makes it imperative for all of us to remain united and in a state of readiness for any organisational move, if situation so requires. Our recent efforts towards enlisting the support of  decision makers and getting our Association registered under Trade Union Act are steps towards this readiness... with fraternal greetings

Sincerely Yours,
Dr D S Chauhan
GS, AINBOA

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Shri Narendra Modiji
Hon’ble Prime Minister
Government Of India, New Delhi

Respected Sir,

AINBOA is a management recognised and sole representative body of 2700 odd officers working at NABARD. We are extremely thankful to your good self for sparing a few moments of your valuable time for us and NABARD  today.

We, very humbly and with all humility , bring to your kind notice the following important aspects pertaining to the functioning of NABARD as also those pertaining to the service conditions of NABARD officers.

1.         NABARD, for almost a decade or so, has been facing an acute financial crunch and is, to a great extent, now depends on market borrowings to meet its mandate of providing credit based facilities to the Rural Financial Institutions, specially the Cooperatives, RRBs and other Public Sector banks. In the circumstances the mandate, assigned to NABARD – ‘Development through Credit’ gets diluted to a great extent.  We, therefore, urge upon your good self for a favourable intervention so as to make NABARD a financially sound and sustainable organisation, well equipped to cater to needs of the Small and Marginal Farmers of this country. A few of the suggested initiatives are, augmenting NABARD’s capital base, increased allocation to it under various budgetary funds, allowing access to NABARD to cheaper borrowings such as line of credit from World Bank, tax free bonds and having access to CRR of RRBs and Cooperatives. Sir, the Credit to Deposit ratio (CD ratio) of rural India, specially in the backward states is abysmally low, and if NABARD will be allowed to have access to CRR funds of the cooperatives and RRBs, it will ensure that capital generated in the Rural areas are ploughed back for development in the rural areas only. Further, we also request GoI to exempt NABARD’s income from the ambit of Income Tax.  Instead NABARD can pool that money into a Risk Mitigating Fund for Small & Marginal farmers. A financially and administratively strong NABARD can further speed up the process of Rural development through worthy initiatives of your government such as PMJDY, Pradhan Mantri Sichai Yojna and Pradhan Mantri Krishi Bima Yojna, to name a few .

2.        Sir, it was a very pleasant surprise for us, when we saw the GoI’s directive issued to Public Sector Banks vide letter No.F.No.4/2/2/2015 dated 12/01/2016, directing the CEOs, to negotiate and finalise the next wage settlement of bank employees before its effective date of 01/11/2017. It underlines your governments positive and favourable concern for its employees and such a directive has been issued probably for the first time ever. SIR , NABARD OFFICERS ARE , BY VIRTUE OF THE NABARD ACT, 1982 AND ITS STAFF RULE ELIGIBLE FOR SERVICE CONDITIONS AT PAR WITH THAT IN RBI AND THE SAME HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO ALL OF US AT NABARD SINCE ITS INCEPTION  i.e 1982. SIR, WE BRING TO YOUR KIND NOTICE THAT WAGE SETTLEMENT OF NABARD OFFICERS PERTAINING TO THE PERIOD 01/11/2012 TO 31/10/2017 HAS YET TO BE SETTLED AND WE ARE AWAITING FOR A SETTLEMENT AS PER OUR ELIGIBILITY.  

3.     We also bring to your kind notice that the demand of our and Retired Officers Association for upgradation of Pension Scheme has remained unfulfilled for last decade or so and RETIRED OFFICERS OF NABARD ARE DRAWING THE LEAST PENSION IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY AND EVEN THE PARITY WITH RBI ON THIS ACCOUNT, TO WHICH WE ARE LEGALLY AND STATUTORILY ENTITLED, HAS NOT BEEN  HONOURED.

4.       We HAVE ALSO BEEN DEMANDING FOR QUITE A FEW YEARS, A ‘POLICY ON COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENTS’ AT PAR WITH THAT IN RBI AND THE SAME IS YET TO BE SETTLED AT BY THE BANK. 

We are sure that with your kind intervention all the above FOUR  major issues will be positively and favourably looked into, leading to emergence of a stronger, more viable and farmer oriented NABARD.  Sir, we assure you and the nation, that like in the past, officers of NABARD will remain committed towards fulfilling the objective of ensuring equitable rural development in the country by honestly, sincerely and diligently  attending to their assigned duties and responsibilities.

With Sincere Regards

Yours Sincerely ,
          Sd/-                                                                   Sd/-   
(Dr D.S. CHAUHAN)                                       (GIRIDHAR THAKUR)
General Secretary                                             President

PLACE : LUCKNOW
DATE    : 22/01/2016