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Unification of PA (CO/RO) with PA (PO) has withdrawn by Department of Post (DOP)

DOP (Department of Posts) Withdraws Unification of PA (CO/RO) with PA (PO).

Date: February 24, 2024 Location: New Delhi, India By: Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications

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Introduction:


The Department of Posts, under the Ministry of Communications, has announced the withdrawal of its previous directive regarding the unification of Postal Assistants (CO/RO) with Postal Assistants (PO). The decision was conveyed through an official communication dated February 24, 2024, addressed to all Heads of Circles across the country.


Background:


In a letter dated October 27, 2023, the Department of Posts had issued instructions to unify Postal Assistants (CO/RO) with Postal Assistants (PO), aiming for a streamlined administrative process. However, a subsequent communication on the same date had requested all Circles to suspend the implementation of the order temporarily.


Withdrawal Announcement:


The recent communication from the Department of Posts, dated February 24, 2024, confirms the withdrawal of the earlier directive. The decision to retract the unification order was made after thorough deliberation. Consequently, the order of October 27, 2023, stands withdrawn with immediate effect.


Future Course of Action:


The Department of Posts has assured stakeholders that any further action in this matter will be undertaken only after comprehensive consultation with all concerned parties. This approach reflects the government's commitment to fostering inclusive decision-making and ensuring the welfare of its employees.


Conclusion:


The withdrawal of the directive regarding the unification of Postal Assistants marks a significant development in the administrative policies of the Department of Posts. As the government continues to engage with stakeholders, it underscores the importance of collaborative decision-making and responsiveness to the needs of its workforce.


For further inquiries or clarification, concerned parties are encouraged to contact the Assistant Director General (PE-D) at the provided telephone number.


Contact Information: Assistant Director General (PE-D) Telephone: 011-2304 4822


Source:

Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications, Government of India

Date of Publication:

February 24, 2024

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