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Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Partially posted transactions in DOP Finacle


Partly posted transaction will be created in the following scenarios as mentioned below

(1) If Teller has no cash while doing withdrawal / closure transaction
(2) If account involved in the transaction has no sufficient fund 
(3) Selecting incorrect office account which funding 
(4) Using HTV , instead of using relevant product menus 
(5) Doing transactions with irrelevant or incorrect menus ( as a result of which scheme validation fails)
(6) Not using validate button and doing postings , bulk postings
(7) Without clearing validations in Inward clearing zone, and posting in HMICZ
Please note that transactions for which all records ( Both debit and credit legs) are in entered state then only transaction can be deleted. If any transaction is associated with other transaction ( Like closure interest transactions) , those transactions should not be deleted.
If any transaction is in partly posted, it should be POSTED at any cost and thenonly should be verified
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' USER_MENU_ID ' is undefined error in Finacle MIS Server



' USER_MENU_ID ' is undefined  error in Finacle MIS Server





Steps to to Clear Browsing History and Temporary Internet files


Delete History in Internet Explorer 7 and Above
  1. Open the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser.
  2. Click Tools IE Tools Icon in the upper right-hand corner.
  3. Select Internet Options from the drop-down menu.
  4. On the General tab, in the Browsing history section, click the Delete button.
  5. Check the boxes of the data you'd like to clear.
  6. Click Delete.
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Government Allocated Rs.500 crore for IPPB for the year 2017-18



New Delhi: The government has allocated Rs500 crore to India Post Payments Bank for the financial year 2017-18 as it gears up to set up 650 branches across country by September 2017.
The government has allocated Rs125 crore as “capital infusion into corporate entity for India Post Payments Bank” and Rs375 crore as “grant in aid to India Post Payments Bank (IPPB)”, as per Output-Outcome Framework for Schemes 2017-18 for the department of posts (DoP) released on Monday.



India Posts is the second entity to roll out payments bank—though on a pilot basis—in Raipur and Ranchi, after Airtel that has earmarked Rs3,000 crore as initial investment for pan-India operations with an interest rate of 7.25% on deposits. Besides, Airtel is offering free money transfer from Airtel to Airtel numbers within Airtel Bank, money transfer to any bank account in the country.
The IPPB will offer an interest rate of 4.5% on deposits up to Rs25,000; 5% on deposits of Rs25,000-50,000 and 5.5% on Rs50,000-1,00,000. The total paid up equity of the new bank IPPB is Rs 800 crore, of which the government has already infused Rs275 crore.
Payments banks can accept deposits up to Rs1 lakh per account from individuals and small businesses. The new model of banking allows mobile firms, super market chains and others to cater to banking requirements of individuals and small businesses. The allocation to IPPB is part of Rs1,034.13 crore earmarked for the department of posts. The second big chunk of the total allocation, Rs279.6 crore, has been allocated for providing IT hardware and software in identified rural areas for improved access to services and customer satisfaction, resulting in increase in customer transactions, traffic and revenue.
The DoP has been allocated Rs110.83 crore for establishing e-commerce, parcel booking, international business centres, Rs73.5 crore for estates management, Rs32 crore for mail operations and Rs17.7 crore for equipments and IT infrastructure in rural post offices. The government has allocated Rs3.8 crore for setting up 246 offices and 200 outlets for providing better access to communication and financial services.
Source : livemint.com
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Point of Sale ePayment Collection - TNUSRB clarification



Sir,
1) Application No. should be filled in with 6 digit application, then the column of 2) application no >7 digit is to be filled as 0.



If the application number is more than 6 digits the column of 2) application no >7 digit should be filled in and 1) Application No. should be filled as 0.
Regards,
Assistant Director [Technology]
O/o the Chief Postmaster General,
Tamil Nadu Circle
Common Recruitment for the posts of Gr II Police Constables, Gr II Jail Warders and Firemen - 2017 New
1Notification (Tamil) for Common Recruitment - 2017
2Information Brochure (Tamil)
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Latest FAQ on Clearing both inward and outward clearing in DOP Finacle



1. What is Inward Clearing?

Inward clearing is a cheque drawn by a drawer (DoP customer) from a drawee bank (DoP) in favor of a customer belonging to other bank which is the presenting bank.

2. What is Outward Clearing?

Outward clearing is when cheques drawn by other bank customers are presented for clearing by presenting bank (DoP) in favor of their customer (DoP customer) to drawee bank for clear funds.

3. How do I open a zone in finacle and make entries in the zone?

For Inward Clearing zone can be opened by using menu option HMICZ and respective entries can be made in the zone by using HICTM menu.
For Outward Clearing zone can be opened by using menu option HMCLZOH and respective entries can be made in the zone by using HOCTM menu.



4. What are the steps to be followed in case of Inward Clearing zone?

In Inward Clearing below step by step process can be followed:
a. Open zone in HMICZ using function ‘O’.
b. Make entries manually using menu HICTM or for bulk entries use menu HRMI to upload a file.
c. Authorizer to login and use menu HMICZ menu to suspend the zone.
d. Then invoke menu HICTM to verify the entries uploaded.
e. Then invoke validation run report in HMICZ.
f. Check HPR validation report for any discrepancies in the accounts under clearing.
g. Then invoke HMICZ revoke the zone so that action can be taken on accounts with discrepancy.
h. User to appropriately take action by rejecting the instruments in HICTM
i. Authorizer to verify the modified instruments in HICTM.
j. Then invoke HMICZ suspend the zone.
k. Invoke HMICZ check for account statistics and check for fields received but not listed and listed but not received and make sure it is zero so that unnecessary credit to short claim and excess claim account can be avoided. Posting can be invoked after checking the account statistics screen.
l. Once posting is complete proceed with closure of zone in HMICZ.

5. What if my zone is not getting posted?

a. Check for error report in HPR.
b. Check HICTM if all instruments are verified
c. Check validation status in HMICZ to be complete

6. How do I check the status of individual instruments lodged in Inward Clearing from front end?

  • Invoke menu HICI and give account number and click on GO.

7. What if my zone is locked?

Invoke menu HUNLKZ to unlock the locked zone.

8. What if duplicate instrument is added in the zone?

Section A – shows the Information when the issue is faced.
If duplicate instrument is added in the zone and user did not check the validation report and posting has been initiated. In such case system will create a partly posted transaction with un-posted part tran in entered status and consolidated amount in SHORT CLAIM account for all the duplicate cheque entries.
Section B – shows steps to be taken to solve the issue
In such cases user to follow below approach:
Mark the duplicate instrument as rejected with appropriate reject reason code. Also see that if any charges are applied to the customer, the same need to be reversed / amount of the charges to be collected can be made as “zero” in HICTM screen. Please refer the below document for step by step process.

9. What are the steps to be followed in case of Outward Clearing?

a. Open zone in HMCLZOH using function ‘O’.
b. Make entries manually using menu HOCTM or for bulk entries use menu HCLUPLD to upload a file.
c. Authorizer to login and use menu HMCLZOH menu to suspend the zone.
d. Then invoke menu HOCTM to verify the entries uploaded.
e. In case of any bank not participating in return clearing for Inward invoke menu HMARKPND to markpend all those instruments or bank as a whole to hold these instruments.
f. Then invoke HMCLZOH to release the zone to shadow balance.
g. For rejection of outward instruments user to open inward zone OWRTN-MICR.
h. User to appropriately take action by rejecting the instruments in HICTM
i. Authorizer to verify the modified instruments in HICTM.
j. Then invoke HMICZ suspend the zone.
k. Invoke HMICZ check for account statistics and check for fields received but not listed and listed but not received and make sure it is zero so that unnecessary credit to short claim and excess claim account can be avoided. Posting can be invoked after checking the account statistics screen.
l. Once posting is complete proceed with closure of zone in HMICZ.
m. Similarly in HMCLZOH, initiate regularization of the zone and proceed with closure of the zone in HMCLZOH.

10. What if a customer had deposited a non DoPchequein outward clearing and funds are not available in the account?

  • User to invoke HOIQ menu to check the status of the deposited cheque.
  • Check HACLI to check for field “Funds in Clearing”.

11. How do I check the status of inward and outward zone?

  • Invoke HMCLZOH for outward clearing and inquire on the zone status.
  • Invoke HMICZ for inward clearing and inquire on the zone status.

12. What if I have all part transaction released to shadow balance have not been posted?

Invoke HMCLZOH to check the status of the zone. If in released status proceed with regularization.
Invoke HTM and post the transaction.

13. What if regularization of zone is not happening?

Invoke menu HMARKPND and check for any mark pending done for any instrument or bank. If record exists, invoke menu HREVPND for revoking the mark pending done. Post this regularization can be done in menu HMCLZOH.

14. What if a wrong date (stale date or future date which is more than 3 months from existing date) is entered?

User to check validation run report and modify the record in HICTM and correct the date.

15. What if accounts in outward clearing have received the credit and the zone status shows as released to shadow balance?

This is due to mark pend done on some instruments in menu HMARKPND and regularization done in HMCLZOH where other than mark pend instruments receive the credit and others remain in released to shadow balance along with the outward zone MICROW. Invoke HREVPND to revoke the mark pend and proceed with remaining zone regularization of zone in HMCLZOH.
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CSI Division Roll-out Task flow

CSI Division Rollout Task flow 
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FIXATION OF SENIORITY OF GOVERNMENT SERVANTS PROMOTED ON THE BASIS OF RESERVATION FOR PROMOTION TO SCHEDULED CASTE AND SCHEDULED TRIBE - Important Supreme Court Order




































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Secretary (Staff Side) JCM's Letter to Chairman, NPS Sub-Committee Click here to view - Letter




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Monday, 13 February 2017

MATERNITY LEAVE LOK SABHA QUESTION & ANSWER


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 672
TO BE ANSWERED ON 06.02.2017
MATERNITY LEAVE
672. DR. SHASHI THAROOR:

            Will the Minister of LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT be pleased to state:

            (a)whether the Government proposes to extend the time span of the compulsory paid maternity leave from 12 weeks to 26 weeks in private organizations;
(b)if so, the details thereof;

            (c)whether the Government also proposes to amend section 4 of the Maternity Benefits Act, 1961, to ensure that women employed in various public sector undertakings receive the same benefit; and

            (d) if so, the details thereof and if not, the reasons therefore?
ANSWER

MINISTER OF STATE (IC) FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
(SHRI BANDARU DATTATREYA)
            (a) & (b): Yes, Madam. The Government has decided to enhance the paid maternity leave from existing 12 weeks to 26 weeks and an Amendment Bill in this regard was introduced in the Rajya Sabha. The Rajya Sabha has already passed the Bill on 11.08.2016. With regard to women workers covered under Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948, such enhancement has already been effected by amending the ESI (Central) Rules,1950.


            (c) & (d): There is no proposal to amend Section 4 of the Maternity Benefit Act, 1961. The benefits under this Act are already applicable and available to women employed in various public sector undertakings.
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MINIMUM WAGES LOK SABHA QUESTION & ANSWER


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
LOK SABHA
STARRED QUESTION NO.48
TO BE ANSWERED ON 06.02.2017
MINIMUM WAGES
48. SHRI KUNWAR PUSHPENDRA SINGH CHANDEL:
PROF. RAVINDRA VISHWANATH GAIKWAD:
            Will the Minister of LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT be pleased to state:
(a)whether the Government proposes to amend the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 and formulate a uniform wage policy for the entire country and if so, the details and salient features thereof;
(b)whether minimum wages fixed under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 varies amongst States;
(c)if so, the details thereof, State/UT-wise along with the reasons for differential wages especially on gender basis and also between urban and rural areas;
(d)whether any monitoring mechanism exists to ensure that all the workers are paid minimum wages and not subjected to any form of exploitation; and
(e)if so, the details thereof along with other labour welfare measures being implemented by the Government for betterment of labour force in the country?
ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE (IC) FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
(SHRI BANDARU DATTATREYA)
(a) to (e): A statement is laid on the table of the House.
STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PARTS (a) TO (e) OF THE LOK SABHA STARRED QUESTION NO. 48 FOR 06.02.2017 BY SHRI KUNWAR PUSHPENDRA SINGH CHANDEL AND PROF.RAVINDRA VISHWANATH GAIKWAD REGARDING MINIMUM WAGES.
(a): The proposed amendments to the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, inter-alia, includes applicability of minimum wages to all employments, changes in the definition of “Appropriate Government”, fixation/review/revision of minimum rates of wages by the State Government, introduction of National Minimum Wage by the Central Government, enhancement of penalty, etc.
As a step towards a uniform wage structure, the concept of National Floor Level Minimum Wage (NFLMW) was introduced by the Government in 1996 on a voluntary basis. It is revised from time to time taking into account the increase in the Consumer Price Index Number. NFLMW has been revised to Rs.160/- per day w. e. f 01.07.2015.
(b) & (c): Under the provisions of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, both Central and State Governments are appropriate Governments to fix, review and revise the minimum wages of the workers employed in the scheduled employment under their respective jurisdictions. As regards minimum wages in States, there is disparity due to variations in socio-economic and agro-climatic conditions, income, prices of essential commodities, paying capacity, productivity and local conditions. As per the available information, a statement showing the range of rates of minimum wages in all the States/Union Territories is at Annexure.
            The Act does not discriminate on the basis of gender and the female workers are entitled to same wages and other facilities as fixed by the Central Government for the workers engaged in the scheduled employments. No separate wages are fixed for urban and rural areas.
(d) & (e): The implementation of the Act is carried out by the Centre as well as the States in respect of their respective jurisdiction. In the Central Sphere, the enforcement is secured through the Inspecting Officers of the Chief Labour Commissioner (Central) commonly designated as Central Industrial Relations Machinery (CIRM), the compliance in the State sphere is ensured through the State Enforcement Machinery. They conduct regular inspections and in the event of detection of any case of non-payment or under-payment of minimum wages, they advise the employers to make payment of the shortfall of wages. In case of non-compliance, penal provisions against the defaulting employers are invoked.
            The labour welfare measures recently initiated for betterment of labour force include minimum pension of Rs.1000/-per month to the pensioners under Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995, portability of provident fund account, National Career Service portal, Employees State Insurance Corporation 2.0(Health Reforms of ESIC), Revision in eligibility and calculation ceiling under the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 etc.


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Launch of National Career Service (NCS) & Jeevan Pramaan Facility for EPFO pensioners

Launch of National Career Service (NCS) & Jeevan Pramaan Facility for EPFO pensioners through Post Offices by Hon'ble Union Minister of State (I/C) for Labour & Employment Shri Bandaru Dattatreya Indiapost, Hyderabad
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COM. S. K. VYAS JI REMEMBRANCE DAY ON 13th FEBRUARY 2017

COM. S. K. VYAS JI REMEMBRANCE DAY
ON 13th FEBRUARY 2017

Com. SK Vyas Ji remembrance day observed at Confederation & NFPE CHQ North Avenue, New Delhi on 13th February 2017. Floral tribute was paid by the present comrades and remembered the contribution of Vyas Ji for Central Government Employees and Working Class.





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