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Friday, April 17, 2015

Demise of Sri. T.M.Krishnaswamy, ASP

Sri. T.M.Krishnaswamy, ASP has expired  at JIPMER hospital Pondicherry.  His body has been cremated today at Coimbatore.  For about more than three months he was undergoing treatment initially at Coimbatore and later at Pondicherry.    He had severe breathing problem in the later stages and this has resulted in his sudden demise.  All of us and his family were hopeful that he would recover and get discharged by the end of this month.  But God has decided other wise.  He was my close associate at Palakkad during my tenure as SSP.  Later he joined me again at Trivandrum.  His dedicated approach to all his assignments is appreciable.  He had in-depth  knowledge in rules and procedures of our Department, especially  in investigation and vigilance matters.  He had a leading role in conducting Local PA/SA induction training programme at Trivandrum in the year 2010 and 2011.  He was the main person in drafting the revised procedure in GDS recruitment in our Circle to ensure more transparency in the selection process.  Realising his deep knowledge in vigilance and investigation matter, the then CPMG, Ms. Shoba Koshy included him in the three member faculty team which was assigned with the duty of imparting training on these subjects to the newly recruited./ promoted Inspector Posts at PTC, Mysore and Vadodara.    He had good knowledge in Sanskrit and used to quote Slogas in his speeches which was appreciated by many VIPs.    His sudden demise at the age of 52 is a great loss to all of us.  We extend our heart-felt condolences to the bereaved family -  Ramakrishnan CR, 

Saturday, February 21, 2015

PS Group-B promotion list announced

Congratulations to all the 13 officers from Kerala Circle and Welcome to become the members of the Postal Officers Association, Kerala

























Monday, February 9, 2015

First ATM in Post Office Savings Bank




First ATM in Post Office saving bank has been inaugurated by Hon'able Communication & IT Minister, Sri Ravi Shankar Prasad in Varanasi (UP) today