Thursday, June 16, 2011


Adopted in All India Conference of AICAEA and AICAEA Cat-II
 held in Mumbai from 1st to 3rd June 2011


The All India Conference of AICAEA and AICAEA Cat-II being held at Mumbai on 03.06.2011, the concluding day of 3 day conference express its deep anguish  and concern over the brutal and inhuman attack on  Civil Accounts Employees of West Bengal  by a section of workers owing allegiance to a political party on 3rd June 11 at Kolkata. General Secretary of C.G.C.C. West Bengal State to which the West Bengal Branch of AICAEA and AICAEA Cat II are affiliated, himself a Civil Accounts employee is one among the injured. Several other Civil Accounts employees who are working in different PAOs located at Nizam Palace, Kolkata have suffered serious injury. General Secretary, COC and other Civil Accounts employees were attending a lunch recess meeting organized by COC, Kolkota. This conference condemns the brutal attack and urges upon the Central Government to ensure normal Trade Union activities to the Unions and Associations of West Bengal.

      Resolve that copies of the Resolution be sent o the

1.                  Prime Minister of India,

2.                  Home Minister of India,

3.                  Labour Minister, Government of India,

4.                  Governor of West Bengal, 

5.                  Controller General of Accounts,

6.                  General Secretary, Co-ordination Committee of Central Government Employees and Workers' Unions and Associations, West Bengal, Kolkata.

7.                  Secretary General Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers', New Delhi.




President of the meeting






Adopted in All India Conference of AICAEA
 held in Mumbai from 1st to 3rd June 2011

The 12th All India Conference of the All India Civil Accounts Employees Association held at Mumbai from 01.06.2011 to 03.06.2011 unanimously resolved to resent the decision of the Civil Accounts authorities to conduct the re-examination for those candidates who cleared all but one paper in the AAO (Civil) Examinations held in October 2010. It is resolved to convey the feelings of the Association that restrictive conduct of the examination would deny the opportunity of qualifying the examination to the other candidates who has to clear more than one paper. It is, therefore resolved to demand that the exam be kept open for all those candidates who failed to qualify more than one paper in the 2010 examinations.

            It is further resolved to draw the attention of the Civil Accounts Authorities to the promise made by the CGA in 11th All India Conference at Delhi in 2009 that at least 10% of the posts of AAOs would be filled on the seniority basis. It is the observation that this promise is yet to be fulfilled.

            The Conference, therefore resolves further to fill up the vacancies available under the 10% quota and undo the injustice done to the senior most employees of the Civil Accounts Organization.

            It is further resolved and urge upon the authorities to raise the quota for promotion from 10% to 20% to fill up the large number of anticipated vacancies in the cadre of AAOs so that the morale of the employees is boosted and the functioning of the organization in improved.





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