The Department of Posts is serving the nation for over 165 years with its network of 1,55,531 Post Offices, is the largest postal network in the world with around 5 Lakh dedicated staff. India Post is working sincerely with a vision to be customer’s first choice through its products and services.
With the ongoing revolution in the field of communications and technological innovations, India Post has stood-up to the challenge and positioned itself as a market leader in courier services, Banking, Insurance and DBT services in the social sector. Telangana Postal Circle has made a pioneering technological foray at financial inclusion of rural masses through Aadhar enabled disbursement of MGNREGA Wages and Social Security pensions. (Aasara pensions).
The IT modernization project aims at transforming the Department into Technology enabled self-reliant market leader. The primary focus of this project is to improve the automation of postal services through re-engineering and creation of efficient operations and syst-ems. The Department has digitized 1.55 lakh Post Offices including 1.30 Lakh Branch Post Offices. In Telangana 36 HOs, 812 SOs and 4972 BOs are digitized through Core System Integrator, Digital Advancement in Rural Post Offices for New India (DARPAN) and Network Integration (NI) projects. With this the Post Office will work as multi service centre and become the nodal centre for the dissemination of Information vis-a-vis Government policies; disbursement of social security benefits; financial inclusion of rural masses. India Post is also operating Post Office Passport Seva Kendras (POPSKs) and Aadhar Enrollment & Updation Centres for the Citizens.In Telangana, there are 14 POSKs and 266 Aadhar Enrollment & Updation Centres.
India Post Payments Bank is another feather in the crown of India Post, with paperless and doorstep banking, which is serving especially the rural India with its 650 Branches and all 1.55 Lakh Post Offices as access points. All postmen and Gramin Dak Sevak Mail deliverers are provided with mobile phones for carrying out IPPB operations at doorstep of the customers. In Telangana IPPB is having 23 Branches apart from 5820 access points at all Post Offices of Telangana. Telangana Circle is one among the top performing circles in IPPB business in the country.
The Department of Posts honours its staff for excellent meritorious services with the “Meghdoot” and “Dak Sewa” awards every year.
The “Dak Sewa award” is given under various categories to outstanding performers at the Circle level every year. The award consists of a cash award of Rs.5,000 , a Certificate and a Citation. The main criteria for selecting the awardees is an unblemished record of service, the performance and productivity of the employee, devotion to the duty, leadership qualities and contribution of the employee in improving the image of the department.
The following are the Dak Sewa Award winners for the years 2018 & 2019 under various categories:
For the year 2018 :
1. Sri Nakka Amarendra, GDS Branch Postmaster, Vendikole BO, Sangareddy Dn.
2. Sri K. Umakanth, Postal Assistant, Hyderabad City Division
For the year 2019 :
1. Sri K. Hanumandlu, GDS Packer, JNTU Kukatpalli SO, Secunderabad Dn.
2. Sri B.V.N. Sekhar, Postal Assistant, Khamman Dn.
3. Sri Badavath Subhash, Public Relation Inspector (P), Hyderabad SE Dn.
4. Sri P. Raghuram, Assistant Superintendent of Post Offices (Inv), O/o. PMG, Hyd. Region
5. Sri J. Pandari, Superintendent of Post Offices, Peddapalli Dn.
6. Sri R. Nagesh Wardhan, SA, Hyderabad Sorting Division.
7. Ms. G. Geetanjali, Multi Tasking Staff, Postal Stores Depot, Hyderabad
In Telangana Postal Circle, the Dak Sewa Awards function 2019 will be held in the Conference Hall of Dak Sadan, O/o. Chief Postmaster General, Abids, Hyderabad on 09-10-2019 from 15.00 Hrs on the occasion of World Post Day. Dr. Brig B. Chandrasekhar (Retired), former Chief Postmaster General, Telangana Circle will be the Chief Guest. Col. Sagar Hanuman Singh, Postmaster General, Hyderabad Region will preside over for the function.
^^^^^^^^acefully resolved based on the UN Charter, relevant UN Security Council resolutions and bilateral agreement," Wang had said.
A closed-door meeting of the UNSC on Kashmir where China maintained the same stand ended without any outcome or statement, in a snub to Beijing and Islamabad.
Later, Wang in his UN General Assembly speech mentioned the same which drew protests from India.
Geng's comments on Tuesday marks China's return to its original stand that Kashmir issue should be resolved bilaterally.
Observers say it is significant shift ahead of Xi's visit to India for his 2nd informal summit with Prime Minister Modi.
The two sides have already held over 20 rounds of border talks under the framework of the Special Representatives dialogue, set up to find an early solution to the border dispute.
Sources said the China-India counter-terror exercise is expected to be held later this year.
They said negotiations over the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) may also figure in talks between Modi and Xi.
The RCEP comprising 10-member ASEAN bloc and six other countries -- India, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand -- is engaged in negotiations for a free trade pact.