Friday, 14 October 2016

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Postal Rates - Important for IP aspirants


Sl. No.Mail Based Products and ServicesTariff in INR
1PostcardSingle Postcard0.5
Reply Postcard1
Printed Postcard6
Competition Postcard10
2Inland Letter Card
Weight 3 grams. No enclosures allowed
2.5
3Letters (Maximum 2 kg)For a weight not exceeding 20 grams5
For every additional 20 grams or fraction thereof5
Embossed Envelope5
4Registration Envelope22.50
5Book Packets, Pattern & Sample PacketFor the first 50 grams or fraction thereof4
For every additional 50 grams or fraction thereof in excess of 50 grams3
6Book Packets, containing Printed BooksFor the first 100 grams or fraction thereof1
For every additional 100 grams or fraction thereof in excess of 100 grams1
7Book Packets, containing Periodicals
(Maximum 5 kg)
For periodicals of value INR 1/- to 20/-For the first 100 grams or fraction thereof2
For every additional 100 grams or fraction thereof in excess of 100 grams3
For periodicals of value INR 21/- to 50/-For the first 100 grams or fraction thereof4
For every additional 100 grams or part thereof in excess of 100 grams5
For periodicals of value INR 51/- and aboveFor the first 100 grams or fraction thereof8
For every additional 100 grams or fraction thereof in excess of 100 grams9
Must be registered with Registrar of Newspapers; Registration number should be printed. (Compact Discs and Floppies etc with periodicals are not allowed under this category. The Periodicals without price shall be classified as "Book Packets, Sample and Pattern Packet" for the tariff calculation.)
8Registered Newspapers
In case of a Single copy of a Registered NewspaperFor a weight not exceeding 50 grams0.25
For a weight exceeding 50 grams. But not exceeding 100 grams0.5
For every additional 100 grams or fraction thereof exceeding 100 grams0.2
In the case of more than one copy of the same issue of Registered Newspaper being carried in the same packetFor a weight not exceeding 100 grams0.5
For every additional 100 grams or fraction thereof exceeding 100 grams0.2
Must be registered with Department of Posts; Registration number should be printed on the first or last page. Bundle containing more than one copy should be addressed to the Newspaper Agent and it is delivered at Post Office counter.
9Blind Literature Packet
(Maximum Weight 7 kg)
Postage, Registration and acknowledgement charges are free
Free
10ParcelsFor the first 500 grams or fraction thereof19
For every additional 500 grams or fraction thereof in excess of 500 grams16
Home delivery charges for article weighing more than 5 kgs. 10 kgs if booked or deliverable at BO. 20 kgs in other cases5
Parcels should be presented at the counter. Should be registered, if the weight is more than 4 kgs. Redirection fee for Parcel - 50% of ordinary postage.
11Late fee for posting On Unregistered articles (per article)2
On Registered articles (per article)3
Special late fee charge (per article)3
12Late fee for renewal of license for Registered NewspaperNot later than the last working day of the third calendar month preceding the last month of the period of previous registration50
After the date of expiry of previous registration100
13Certificate of Posting   For every 3 unregistered articles or less
(NOW DISCONTINUED)
3
14Registration Registration Fee17
Concessional Registration Fee for VPP containing Printed Books upto INR 502.5
Fee for Attested copy of addressee's receipt2
Acknowledgement Delivery fee (AD)3
15Insurance FeeWhere the value of insurance does not exceed INR 20010
For every additional INR 100 or fraction thereof in excess of INR 2006
Limit for insuranceBooked at Branch Office INR 600
Currency Notes INR 20000
Other INR 100000
16Recall of each Inland Postal article
Head Postmasters and Sub Postmasters are competent to issue
6
17Fee for Postal Identity Card
Valid for three years from the date of issue
9
18Rentals for Post Boxes and Post BagsPost Boxes/Post bags at any place per annum - one financial year150
For 3 calendar months50
Post Box and Post Bag with same or different numbers per annum - one financial year250
For 3 calendar months80
For Post Box deposit should be made towards cost of lock and key; for post bag, lock and key should be met from renter.
19Business Reply Permit fee if applied duringFull Year200
From 1st April to 30th June200
From 1st July to 30th September150
From 1st October to 31st December100
From 1st January to 31st March50
Plus Handling charges per article1
20
Franking Machine
Rebate - 3% on franked postage. Concession to bulk mailers - 2% on posting for Post Office wise pre-sorting of letters
License Fee (for 5 years)
375
21Value Payable Post (VPP)Posting Fee for a value not exceeding INR 202
For a value exceeding INR 20 but not exceeding INR 503
For a value exceeding INR 505
Warehousing charges on VP articles (for a maximum of 7 days from 8th days from the date of delivery of intimation)VP letter per day2
VP Parcel per day3
22Air Surcharge for second class mail articles
For packets (other than letters, post cards and letter cards)For the first 50 grams or fraction thereof2
For every additional 50 grams or fraction thereof1
ParcelsFor first 50 grams or fraction thereof2
For every additional 50 grams or fraction thereof1
23International Reply Coupon41
24Money Order
(Fraction of a rupee not allowed. Maximum value INR 5000. No limit for Service Money Order.)
MO Commission - For every sum of INR 20 or fraction thereof1
Cost of a single Money Order form or a VP Money Order Form0.25
6% commission will be taken on family allotment money order booked by an Army Record Office. Calculation will be made in multiples of 10 paise and any amount less than 10 paise shall be regarded as 10 paise.
25Telegraphic Money Order
(Commission as for ordinary money order plus Telegraphic charges for the words in the telegram Ordinary or Express as the case may be plus supplementary fees where the amount of remittance:-)

Now Discontinued
does not exceed INR 503
exceeds INR 50 but does not exceeding INR 2005
exceeds INR 2008
26Indian Postal Order
Available denominations of INR 1,2,5,7,10,20, 50 and 100
For denomination upto INR 101
For denomination upto INR 202
For denomination upto INR 303
For denominatin upto INR 404
For denomination upto INR 505
For Denomination upto INR 10010
27Telegraph ChargesOrdinary upto 10 words3.5
For each additional word0.5
Express - upto 10 words7
For each additional word1
12% of the Service tax is to be levied on telegraph charges
3% on Service Tax as Education Cess
INR 0.50 and above to be rounded off to the next rupee and less than 0.50 to be ignored.
On the address portion of Telegram : 1 to 6 words are chargeable, 7th to 10th words are free. 11th onwards are chargeable. Destination with PIN in one word.

Compendium of rules on Advances to CG employees & IPO Examination

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FORMS NUMBER AND THEIR NAME USED IN DOP


ACCOUNTS - FORMs
ACG 1HO SUMMARY
ACG 2TREASURER CASH BOOK
ACG 3SO SUMMARY
ACG 3 ABO SUMMARY
ACG 4HO CASHBOOK
ACG 6 BPLI RECEIPTS SCHEDULE
ACG 8TREASUY PASS BOOK
ACG 14MEMO OF AUTHORIZED BALANCE
ACG 17MONEY RECEIPT
ACG 19COUNTERSIGNED CONTINGENT BILLS-PO
ACG 19 AREGISTER OF SANCTIONED ESTABLISHMENT
ACG 19 BCOUNTERSIGNED CONTINGENT BILLS-RMS
ACG 20DISBURSEMENT OF PAY AND ALLOWANCE FOR ALL
ACG 22 ABO DAILY ACCOUNT
ACG 24AQUITTANCE ROLL
ACG 25ROAD ESTABLISHMENT
ACG 28REGISTER OF CHEQUES RECEIVE AND CLEARED
ACG 37OTA BILLS
ACG 38OUTSTATION ALLOWANCE
ACG 44LETTER POSTAGE ACCOUNT
ACG 45UNPAID POSTAGE ACCOUNT
ACG 46MEMORANDUM TO PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE
ACG 47RECEIPT OF CASH PAID IN CASH
ACG 60ADVANCE REGISTER
ACG 67EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT
ACG 69REGISTER OF BUILDINGS AND LANDS
ACG 84MEMO OF MONTHLY CASH BALANCE
ACG 90CUSTOMS DUTY COLLECTION SCHEDULE
ACG 108BILL FO PROVISIONAL PENSION/FP/GRATUITY
ACG 154REMITTANCE ADVICE
GAR 42GPF WITHDRAWAL FORM
TR 24PERIODICALS INCREMENT CERTIFICATE 
Prepared By: V. Leo Jesurajan, DSM, Karur Division,


REGISTRATION-FORMS
RP 1REGISTER RECEIPT
RP 3PARCEL LIST
RP 8PARCEL ABSTRACT
RP 51REGISTER JOURNAL
RP 52INTIMATION FORM
RP 53BOOK OF INTIMATIONS DELIVERED
RP 54ACKNOWLEDGMENT CARD
RP 54 AACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RECEIPT
RP 57SPECIAL DELIVERY SLIP
RP 58DELIVERY SLIP
RP 63INTIMATION SLIP ABOUT DAMAGE
Mail Forms
MS 1POSTMASTER ORDER BOOK
MS 2ERROR BOOK
MS 9 ACUSTOMS FEE ASSESMENT BY PM
MS 12NOMINAL ROLL
MS 13MONTHLY STATISTICAL REIGSTER
MS 14STATISTICAL REGISTER ABSTRACT
MS 14 ASTATISTICAL MEMORANDUM
MS 15INDEX TO MO RECEIPTS
MS 16CONTENT OF ARTICLES LIST FOREIGN
MS 18BOOK OF POSTMARKS
MS 27POSTMAN BOOK
MS 28MAIL ATTENDANCE BOOK
MS 42NOTICE OF PRESCRIBED FEE FOR PROFESSIONAL LETTER WRITERS
MS 85REIGSTER OF VILLAGE POSTMAN
MS 86VISIT BOOK OF VILLAGE POSTMAN
MS 88YEARLY VILLAGE RETURN
MS 94COMPLAINTS AND SUGGESSION BOOK
MS 98BILL FOR REGISTERED NEWSPAPER FORTNIGHTLY
MS 99MONTHLY STATEMENT ON BILL FOR REGISTERED NEWSPAPER
M1AMAIL LIST
M3RECEIPT OF DETAILS OF BAG
M6CONSOLIDATED LIST OF HOURS OF BUSINESS
M6AHOURS OF TRANSACTIONS
M9DUE MAIL AND SORTING LIST
M 12DESPATCH OF MAIL
M 23REGISTER OF WINDOW DELIVERY TICKETS
M 24WINDOW DELIVERY TICKET
M 26 ATRIAL CARD
M 28INTIMATION FOR RENEWAL OF WINDOW DELIVERY TICKETS
M 32BOOK OF ADDESSEE'S INSTRUCTION
M 34INSTRUCTION SLIP
M 36MEMO OF POSTAGE STAMP
M 37ARTICLES LABLE - RLO
M 40REGISTER OF LINES AND STAGES
M 52VILLAGE SORTING LIST
M 57INLAND AIRMAIL DELIVERY BILL
 Prepared By: V. Leo Jesurajan, DSM, Karur Division
IPO Forms
MO 59INDENT FO IPO TO PAO
MO 60IPO STOCK
MO 60-ASUBSIDERY REGISTER
MO 61REGISTER OF AUTHORIZED STOCK
MO 62IPO SOLD JOURNAL
MO 63LIST OF IPO SOLD
MO 64MEMO OF UNSOLD IPO
MO 65MEMO OF IPO SOLD
MO 66HO JOURNAL OF IPO PAID
MO 67LIST OF IPO PAID THROUGH CLEARING HOUSE
MO 67SO DAILY LIST
MO 68ABSTRACT OF IPO PAID IN A MONTH
MO 72LIST OF IPO FOR Book Adjustment
Thanks to : V. Leo Jesurajan, DSM, Karur Division

5 Important Writs of India in the point of view IPO exam


Five important writs of India are: 1. Habeas Corpus 2. Mandamus 3.Prohibition 4. Certiorari 5. Quo Warranto!

1. Habeas Corpus:

A writ of habeas corpus is in the nature of an order calling upon the person who has detained another, to produce the latter before the Court in order to let the Court know on what ground she/ he has been confined and to set him/her free if there is no legal justification for the imprisonment.

The words ‘habeas corpus’ literally mean ‘you may have the body’. The writ may be addressed to any person whatever, an official or a private person who has another person in his custody and disobedience to the writ is met with punishment for the contempt of the court.

The different purposes for which the writ of habeas corpus can be issued are: (a) for the enforcement of fundamental rights, (b) to decide whether the order of imprisonment or detention is ultra vires the statute that authorises the imprisonment or detention.

The writ of habeas corpus is, however, not issued in the following cases:

ADVERTISEMENTS:

(i) Where the person against whom the writ is issued or the person who is detained is not within the jurisdiction of the Court, (ii) To secure the release of a person who has been imprisoned by a court of law on a criminal charge, (iii) To interfere with a proceeding for contempt by a court of record or by the Parliament.


2. Mandamus:

Mandamus literally means ‘we command.’ It commands the person, to whom it is addressed to perform some public or quasi-public legal duty which she/he has refused to perform and the performance of which cannot be enforced by any other adequate legal remedy.

It is, therefore, clear that mandamus will not be issued unless the applicant has a legal right for the performance of that particular legal duty of a public nature and the party against whom the writ is sought, is bound to perform that duty.

ADVERTISEMENTS:
The purposes for which a writ may be issued are as:

(a) For the enforcement of fundamental rights. Whenever a public officer or a Government has acted in a manner violating the Fundamental Right of a person, the court would issue a writ of mandamus restraining the public officer or the Government from enforcing that order or acting against the person whose fundamental right has been infringed,

(b) Mandamus can be issued by a High Court for various other purposes, e.g.,

(i) To enforce the performance of a statutory duty where in a public officer has got a power conferred by the Constitution or a statute. The Court may issue a mandamus directing him/her to exercise the power in case she/he refuses to do so.

(ii) To compel a person to perform his public duty where the duty is imposed by the Constitution or a statute or a statutory instrument,

(iii) To compel a court or judicial tribunal to exercise its jurisdiction when it has refused to exercise it.

(iv) To direct a public official or the Government, not to enforce a law that is unconstitutional.

3. Prohibition:

The writ of prohibition is a writ issued by the Supreme Court or a High Court to an inferior court forbidding the latter to continue proceedings therein in excess of its jurisdiction or to usurp a jurisdiction with which, it is legally not vested.

The writ of prohibition differs from the writ of mandamus in the sense that while mandamus commands activity, prohibition commands inactivity. Further, while mandamus is available not only against judicial authorities but also against administrative authorities, prohibition as well as certiorari are issued only against judicial or quasi- judicial authorities.

4. Certiorari:

The literal meaning of the word ‘certiorari’ is “to be more fully informed of”. Though prohibition and certiorari are both issued against Courts or tribunals exercising judicial or quasi-judicial powers, certiorari is issued to quash the order or decision of the tribunal while prohibition is issued to prohibit the tribunal from an ultra vires order or decision.

While prohibition is available at an earlier stage, certiorari is available at a later stage, on similar grounds. The object of both is to secure that the jurisdiction of an inferior court or tribunal is properly exercised and to see that it does not usurp the jurisdiction for which it does not possess an authority.

5. Quo Warranto:

Quo warranto is a proceeding whereby the court enquires into the legality of the claim which a party asserts to a public office, and to oust him/her from its enjoyment if the claim is found to be fake or invalid.

The conditions necessary for the issue of a writ of quo warranto are as follows:

(i) The office must be public and it must be created by statute or by the Constitution itself;

(ii) The office must be a substantive one and not merely the function or employment of a servant at the will and during the pleasure of another.

(iii) There has been a contravention of the Constitution or a statute or statutory instrument, in appointing such a person to that office.

The fundamental basis of the proceeding of quo warranto is that the public has an interest to see that an unlawful claimant does not usurp a public office. It is, however, a discretionary remedy that the court may grant or refuse according to the facts, and circumstances in each case. Quo warranto is thus a very powerful instrument for safeguarding against the usurpation of public offices.