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Monday, March 27, 2017

Comparitive study on IPPB and Japan Post Bank held at Visakhapatnam on 22.3.2017 to 23.3.2017

FNPO and JPGU organized seminar on IPPB and Japan Post comparative study at Palm Beach Hotel, Visakhapatnam, AP on 22nd and 23rd March 2017. The programme was inaugurated by DDG IPPB Sri Tanveer Ahmad. Sister Kankao Oshaki, UNI APRO Posts and Logistics Director welcomed the delegates. Bro Suma and Sister Seguchia from Japan Post explained about Japan Post Bank through Power Point presentation. The presentation lasted nearly more than two hours. There after, our DDG given a presentation on India Post Payment Bank. After the above presentation the Circle Secretaries of NAPE Gr-c and CWC members of AP Circle union raised various doubts about implementation and our future target. Our DDG patiently clarified the doubts of the participants without any agitation. The brain storming session went nearly three hours.  Our FNPO affiliated General Secretaries Sri D.Kishanrao, Sri T N Rahate and Sri P U Muralidharan presented their views and doubts and sought clarification. With vote of thanks by Sri Sivaji Vasireddy, Local coordinator the first day programme was concluded at 1900 hrs.
     On second day the programme was started with subject on personality development of union office bearers. Guest lecture was given by Sri Sanjiv Ranjan, Postmaster General, Kurnool region. The participants raised various doubts. All the doubts were clarified by the PMG with smiley face. After the break SG FNPO presented "Trade Union movement in India" after Independence to till date. After the lunch break Circle secretaries presented their views and future action plan. With closing remarks from SG and General secretaries of FNPO affiliated unions the seminar ends with vote of thanks to JPGU for sponsoring the seminar. FNPO and JPGU conveyed their thanks to Sri Sivaji Vasireddy, L.Krishnaprasad and their team for making excellent arrangement's for participants and Guest.


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