New 3 reports deployed in MIS Server in HFINRPT Menu in DOP Finacle



The following are the new reports deployed in MIS server in HFINRPT Menu. This url is accessible for Supervisor, SBCO Supervisor, System Administrators, Users with auditor role (IPs,ASP, Divisional Heads).

1.       BO Details report

This reports gives the list of Branch Offices along with their BO codes under the given SOL ID. SOL ID is the input criteria. Report will be generated and viewed through HPR menu . This BO code is useful in HACSP and other menus.
2.       Report of No. of Live accounts including BO for Scheme Type - SBA

This report list the live account in SBA schemes viz SBGEN, SBBAS, SBCHQ, SSA, PPF,NSS,etc. with address, DLT and BAT. This report can be generated BO wise also if BO code is given as input criteria. The following columns are available in this report
SNo.
Account No
Cust Name
Cust CIF ID
Cust2 Name
Cust2 CIF ID
Cust3 Name
Cust3 CiF ID
Address
Acct Type
BAT
DLT
STATUS
Loan acct No.
BO Name
















This report will be very useful for generating Cent Per Cent verification reports, BO accounts.

Note: Please see to that no separate requests to be given to CEPT team for generating Cent Per Cent verification reports. This can be generated at PO end itself.

3.       Report of No. of Live accounts including BO for Scheme Type - TDA

This report list the live account in TDA schemes viz RD,TD,NSC,KVP etc. with address, DLT and BAT. This report can be generated BO wise also if BO code is given as input criteria. The following columns are available in this report
SNo.
Account No
Cust Name
Cust CI​F ID
Cust2 Name
Cust2 CIF ID
Cust3 Name
Cust3 CiF ID
Address
Acct Type
BAT
DLT
STATUS
Freezed/Disc reason
Loan acct No.
BO Name

















This report will be very useful for generating Cent Per Cent verification reports, BO accounts.

Note: Please see to that no separate requests to be given to CEPT team for generating Cent Per Cent verification reports. This can be generated at PO end itself.



This is for your kind information.

Central Govt hereby authorised public sector banks ICICI bank, Axis Bank & HDFC bank to accept deposits for NSC, KVP, RD, MIS, SCSS, SSA & TDs. Wef 10 Oct 2017.

Central Govt has pushed aside the Post Offices and released notification permitting all nationalized banks & ICICI bank, Axis Bank & HDFC bank ( from the private sector) to accept deposits for NSC, KVP, RD, MIS, SCSS, SSA & TDs. Wef 10 Oct 2017.

This is quite contrary to the assurance given by the dept.in the wake our vehement protest in creation of IPPB.

Now we r hoodwinked and our time tested small savings products are introduced in private bank. Should we call this as privatisation through back doors.

We have no space in IPPB even in the operative level which was assured to b allotted to us through a qualifying process. We are mute when recruitment to IPPB are in full swing totally ignoring us.

Are we dimnishing and poised to end up as servants to IPPB and all these pvt.banks.

Unless we act atleast now we are going to deplete in dimension and resign to the fate of extinction. We will b reduced as agents with no identity of our own

Inclusion of Aadhaar in Small Savings Schemes SB/KVP/NSC/PPF : Finance Ministry Orders

Inclusion of Aadhaar in Small Savings Schemes - Post Office Savings Bank General Rules, 1981 : Finance Ministry.


Inclusion of Aadhaar in Small Savings Schemes - Kisan Vikas Patra Rules, 2014/National Savings Certificate (VIII Issue) Rules, 1989/Public Provident Fund Scheme, 1968 : Finance Ministry Orders.

Inclusion of Aadhaar in Small Savings Schemes - Kisan Vikas Patra Rules, 2014


Inclusion of Aadhaar in Small Savings Schemes - National Savings Certificate (VIII Issue) Rules, 1989


Inclusion of Aadhaar in Small Savings Schemes - Public Provident Fund Scheme, 1968

SB Order No. 15/2017 : Mandatory Use of Savings Account for credit of maturity/Premature values, Monthly/Quarterly/Yearly interest in case of MIS/SCSS/TD accounts and investments from 01st December 2017

SB Order No. 15/2017 : Mandatory Use of Savings Account for credit of maturity/Premature values, Monthly/Quarterly/Yearly interest in case of MIS/SCSS/TD accounts and investments from 01st December 2017



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Procedure to transfer BULK ACCOUNTS during SOL merger in DOP Finacle

Procedure to transfer BULK ACCOUNTS during SOL merger in DOP Finacle

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This is regarding solution for transfer of BULK ACCOUNTS during SOL merger.

Few points on BULK TRANSFER of ACCOUNTS during SOL MERGER is given below for reference

Unverified / closed accounts will not get transferred and office accounts' balance will also not get transferred.

BO accounts will also get transferred as a whole; accounts cannot be selected for any particular BO. 

All the BOs will be linked with the new SOL after successful transfer of accounts. There won't be any change in FSI BO Code. It will be linked to the new SOL after transfer of accounts.

Customer accounts bulk transfer patch has been deployed. Office accounts' balance transfer and agents' transfer, patch is expected to deployed shortly.

The offices which are to be merged should follow the instructions provided below:

​No verification should be pending on any account operations. If verification is pending, transfer of those accounts will not happen.

The users belonging to the SOL which is getting merged should be transferred to the SOL as per Division's request.

CEPT team will carry out the merger activities; this will not be done at SOL level.

It is requested to kindly share the details as listed below for planning the merger activity.

a) SOLID to be merged
b) Name of SOL
c) SOLID in which merged
d) Name of SOL
e) Date of closure of SOL
f) No. of BOs to be transferred to new SOL
g) No. of BOs, if any, to be transferred to any other SOL than the SOL specified in column C
h) No. of Agents​
i) Approximate number of accounts (all schemes put together)

Please do not hesitate to revert in case of any Clarifications. Issues /clarifications if any may kindly be sent without marking REPLY TO ALL.

Thanks and Regards
Gopinath S
Inspector Posts
DMCC
Chennai 600 002

Revision of Interest rates for Small Savings - for 3rd Quarter of Financial Year 2017-2018

Revision of Interest rates for Small Savings  - for 3rd Quarter of Financial Year 2017-2018


 

Five Important benefits of PPF accounts

Interest rate on PPF and other small savings scheme are being reset every quarter from April last year, as compared to the annual mode earlier.


PPF or public provident fund is one of the most popular small savings scheme. Its popularity is understandable given that PPF enjoys EEE or exempt, exempt, exempt status in terms of income tax implication - contribution, interest and maturity proceeds all are tax free. Interest rate on PPF and other small savings scheme are being reset every quarter from April last year, as compared to the annual mode earlier. The interest rates on PPF and other small savings schemes are linked to yields on government bonds, with a small mark-up. PPF deposits are eligible for tax deductions under Section 80C. A maximum of Rs. 1.5 lakh can be claimed in one financial year.

Here are some other benefits of PPF account:

Loan Against PPF

A PPF account holder can avail of loan facility in the third financial year from the financial year in which the account was opened. The loan can be taken up to 25 per cent of the amount in the account at the end of the second year immediately preceding the year in which the loan is applied for. The rate of interest on the loan shall be at 2 per cent per annum above the PPF interest rate. The loan is repayable in 36 months.

PPF Partial Withdrawal

Partial withdrawal is permissible every year from 7th financial year from the year of opening account, according to India Post's website. The maximum amount is limited to 50 per cent of the balance at the end of the fourth year immediately preceding the year of withdrawal or the amount at the end of the preceding year, whichever is lower.

Premature Closure Of PPF Account

Premature closure is allowed only after the account has completed five financial years and under specific conditions like expenditure towards medical treatment and higher education, according to an amendment in 2016.

PPF Account Extension 

The original duration of a PPF account is 15 years. Thereafter, on application by the subscriber, it can be extended for one or more blocks of 5 years each.

PPF Interest Rate Calculation

The interest rate on PPF is compounded annually. Interest is paid on 31st March every year. The interest for the month is calculated on the minimum balance available in the account from 5th of a month to the last date of the month. (With Agency Inputs)

Instruction regarding issuing Insta ATM Card in SB Acccount


It’s observed and has come to the notice of this office that many SOLs are sending Instant ATM cards to the customers by ordinary/Registered post by noting the address on the envelopes which is available in CIFs. It’s highly irregular, sending Instant ATM cards by post, as both ATM card and PIN will be available in the same envelope and might lead to fraudulent transactions.

This office is receiving many such Instant cards back as undelivered due to insufficient address. 

As per procedure, when a customer approaches the counter, Instant card has to be issued at that time only after obtaining/verifying the KYC documents and updating all the relevant details at CIF level which is mandatory. It should not be sent through Post to customer as both PIN and ATM Card will be in the same envelope and anyone could misuse the card at this stage, if it's wrongly delivered or lost in transit and fraud might be committed.

Such instances shows that the SOLs are issuing cards to SB account holders with or without consent of the depositor and then dispatching Instant cards along with PINs stuffed in a single envelope to depositors' addresses which will lead to misappropriation of funds of DOP customer for which concerned official/s of the SOL will be responsible/answerable. Any fraudulent transactions occurring due to above practices will be recovered from the defaulted officials.

This is for your kind information and strict instructions to all concerned.

​Thanks & regards,
Incharge Operations, DOP ATM Unit, 
Bengaluru GPO 560001

Procedure to reset the password for India Post webmail in DOP





Customer Care for Tcs Help Desk Indiapost E-mail Password Reset is 2262312700

1. Call to TCS helpline of India Post email.

​​2. Press 1 for Hindi./2 for English.

3. Press 1 for application.

4. Tell the executive to reset the password of your office indiapost e-mail. details, i.e. - indiapost e-mail id, name of office, landline number, name of spm, mob no of spm, weg code.

5. The executive will provide a ticket no i.e. TKTNO1234. Also request you to call after 24 hour to get the reset password.

6. Call next day, tell the ticket no, executive will provide a reset password.

7. The new reset password will be Welcome@123

8. Login using id and password.

9. After first login change the password.

10. Write down the new password.
100% Aadhaar linking of GPF, PPF & EPF by Dec, 2017 and using Aadhaar for portability: Decision of Cabinet Secretariat Meeting

100% Aadhaar linking of GPF, PPF & EPF by Dec, 2017 and using Aadhaar for portability: Decision of Cabinet Secretariat Meeting

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100% Aadhaar linking of GPF, PPF & EPF by Dec, 2017 and using Aadhaar for portability: Decision of Cabinet Secretariat Meeting


No. D-11011/36/2016- DBT (Cab.)
Govt. of India
Cabinet Secretariat
DBT Mission

Subject: Aadhaar linking and interoperability of General Provident Fund (GPF), Public Provident Fund (PPF) and Employees’ Provident Fund (EFF) accounts regarding.

A meeting was held under the chairmanship of Joint Secretary, DBT Mission, Cabinet Secretariat on 25th August, 2017 at 11:00 A.M in the Conference Hall, 4th floor, Shjvaji Stadium Annexe Building, Rajiv Chowk, New Delhi on the subject mentioned above. The list of participants isplaced at Annexure I.

2. Joint Secretary, DBT Mission welcomed the participants and stated that the objective of the meeting is to deliberate on Aadhaar linking of GPF, PPF and EPF accounts of employees, examine the possibility of a centralised repository of employees" fund details with Aadhaar as the primary identifier and establishing portability of fund accounts across organisations. He requested all stakeholders to share comments and suggestions in this regard.

3. Deputy CGA, Govt. Banking Arrangements, D/o Expenditure informed that an on-line salary application system, Employee Information System (EIS) is being developed within PF MS for implementation in all Drawing and Disbursing Offices (DDOS) and Pay Accounts Offices (PAOS) of Central Ministries. EIS is envisaged to be a central repository of details of all salaried employees, and it can also maintain details of GPF of government employees. He fiirther stated that at present, Aadhaar number is not a mandatory field in employee information records, due to which Aadhaar seeding may be low. it was discussed that if the employee data on E13 are linked with Aad’naar, it may serve the purpose of establishing interoperability of salary and GPF accounts across DDOs. It was highlighted that Railways and Defence departments are not covered under £18. An example of e-Samarth was cited, which is a centralised database of CRPP (Central Reserve Police Force) in MHA, which may be studied for this purpose. Dy CGA also mentioned that M/o Railways and Defence may also be consulted in this context.
4. Senior Audit Officer, Office of Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) of India, Delhi stated that at present, State AG (Auditor General) offices assign new GPF numbers to employees while moving across different FAQs and there is no centralized mapping system with Aadhaar as the primary identifier. JS. DBT Mission requested that the matter may be taken up with the Office of C&AG, with the concerned Dy C&AG to examine the possibility of mapping all State GPF subscribers across the country. It was suggested that the role of a third party such as NSDL to create and maintain this database may also be examined.

5. Assistant Director, D/o Posts stated that that presently, around 25 lakh PPF accounts out of 27.2 lakh accounts are on Core Banking Solution (CBS) network and these accounts are portable across Post Offices. It was informed that every PPF account is associated with a PPF number and a Customer Identification Form (CIF) number, which is a unique number that holds all personal as well as account related information of the customer. ideally, a customer can have one CIF number in one post office. though the customer can have multiple accounts under these numbers. It was further informed that Aadhaar linking with individual accounts and CIF numbers is being undertaken and 4.7 crore ClFs out of total 56 crore CIFs (which also include savings certificates, term deposit accounts, etc) have been seeded with Aadhaar. JS, DBT pointed out that Aadhaar seeding is very low in this case, and the Department may undertake necessary actions to expedite the same to achieve 100% seeding by December 31, 2017. It was further suggested that all PPF accounts and CIF numbers may be linked with Aadhaar and the Department may share its suggestions on establishing a common repository of all PPF accounts using Aadhaar as the identifier.


6. Deputy Director, M/o Labour & Employment stated the Universal Account Number (UAN) provides portability for the employees covered under EPF. It was informed that 14 crore out of 4 crore active subscribers’ records have been seeded with Aadhaar. It was discussed that this will enable portability of EPF accounts when the details of Bank Account, Aadhaar and PAN are seeded in UAN database of the employees and are verified by employer on change of job. It was suggested that Aadhaar seeding of all may be taken up priority.
7. Deputy Secretary, Budget, D/o Economic Affairs stated that a host of small saving schemes including PPF are Operated by post offices, public sector banks and select private secror banks and Aadhaar seeding is being undertaken in all these accounts. JS, DBT Mission enquired if the. Department is taking any initiative to have a centralised platform for all savings schemes, given that all banks use different systems and Operate in silos. It was discussed that the Department may examine the matter and share updates in this regard.

8. After detailed deliberations, the following were agreed upon.

i. All stakeholder Departments to ensure 100% Aadhaar seeding of GPF, PPF and EPF accounts by December 31, 2017.

ii. All Departments to examine the possibility of developing common platforms for their respective service subscribers/employees/account holders using Aadhaar as the unique identifier to ensure portability across the financial system.

iii. DBT Mission to hold a review meeting with senior officers of all stakeholder Departments in the second week of September. 2017 to discuss the issue further.
Annexure-I
List of Participants

1. Shri Peeyush Kumar, Joint Secretary, DBT Mission, Cabinet Secretariat-in Chair
2. Shri Amn Shanna, Director, DBT Mission, Cabinet Secretariat
3. Shri Neeraj Kumar Sharma, Deputy CGA, Govt. Banking Arrangements. D/o Expenditure
4. Ms. AnjanaVashishtha, Deputy Secretary, D/o Economic Affairs
5. Shri Dinesh Dharni, Deputy Director, M/o Labour & Employment
6. Shri Vijay Kumar Kanojia, Senior Audit Officer, Office of Comptroller & Auditor General of India
7. Dr.Ajinkya Kale, Assistant Director General, D/o Posts
8. Ms Disha Pannu, Assistant Director General, D/o Posts
9. Ms.Tulsipriya Rajkumari, Assistant Director, DBT Mission, Cabinet Secretariat
10. Ms. Jaya Kurnari, Assistant Audit Officer, Office of Comptroller & Auditor General of India
11. Shri Kamlesh, Assistant Audit Officer, Office of Comptroller & Auditor General of India
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No. D-11011/36/2016-DBT (Cab.)
Government of India
Cabinet Secretariat
DBT Mission 

4th Floor, Shivaji Stadium Annexe
Rajiv Chowk, New Delhi- 110001
Dated: 29th August, 2017

Subject: Aadhaar linking and interoperability of General Provident Fund (GPF), Public Provident Fund (PPF) and Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) accounts-regarding.

The undersigned is directed to forward herewith a copy of record of discussion of the meeting held under the chairmanship of Joint Secretary, DBT Mission, Cabinet Secretariat on 25.08.2017 at 11.00 AM on the subject mentioned above for information and further necessary action, please.

Sd/-
(Tulsipriya Rajkumari)
Assistant Director
DBT Mission
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Employees' Provident Fund Organisation
(Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India)
Head Office
Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan, 14- Bhikaiji Cama Place, New Delhi - 110066
(CENTRAL ANALYSIS & INTELLIGENCE UNIT)
No.CAIU/011(44)2016/Aadhar/10273
Date: 22.09.2017

To
All ACCs (Zones) including ACC (ASD),
All RPFC-I/ RPFC 11 (Regional Offices),

Sub:- Aadhaar linking and interoperability of General Provident Fund (GPF), Public Provident Fund (PPF) and Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) -regarding.
Sir,
Please find enclosed herewith a letter No.D-11011/36/2016-DBT (Cab.) dated 29.08.2017 received from Assistant Director, Cabinet Secretariat, DBT Mission forwarding therewith record of discussions of the meeting held under the Chairmanship of Joint Secretary, DBT Mission on 25.08.2017, wherein it has been directed that all the Departments should ensure 100% of Aadhaar seeding by December 31,2017.

2. It is requested to implement the instructions issued by the Cabinet Secretariat, DBT Mission, New Delhi for seeding of Aadhaar by December 31, 2017.
[This issues with the approval of ACC-II (CAIU)].
Yours faithfully,
Encl: As above
(A.K. Mandal)
Regional P. F. Commissioner-I(CAIU)

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