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Col Vinod reviews progress of services of three districts
12/8/2022 11:04:11 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 8: A review meeting of three major districts J&K was carried out by Col Vinod Kumar, Postmaster General, Jammu & Kashmir in connection with the progress of departmental services including Rail Post Gati Shakti Express Cargo Service in which representatives of three districts viz. Jammu, Rajouri and Udhampur participated and projected their achievements and efforts in Nodal Delivery Center of Jammu Tawi HO. Sandeep Kumar Postal Assistant welcomed all the representatives and gave a brief of the the program. During the meeting Col Vinod Kumar PMG Jammu started his lecture with the main objective of review meeting and pointed special focus on Joint Parcel Product (JPP) of India Post, a joint venture of India Post and Indian Railways.
During the review, he explained about services called "First And Last Mile Services" requirements of manufactures in Jammu & Kashmir can be catered by newly introduced Mobile Parcel Van service. This has been started to collect the parcel from the doorstep of the customers in J&K. After pick up of Articles/ parcels from the door step of the customer the parcels are to be handed over to railway authorities. A new software called PMS has been developed especially for this requirement. In the process consignments will be locked in specially customized containers in the presence of representatives of both the departments. He was also briefed that the parcels booked under JPP will be fully insured for which M/s Bajaj Alliance General Insurance Company is already on boarded as per the agreements done in Delhi.
Col Vinod Kumar took stock of performance of three divisions and guided the participants about marketing techniques told them that the role of marketing team plays a very significant role in terms of spreading awareness about the services of the government and through these knowledge businessmen and manufacturers get benefitted. In the era of extensive production of items especially white goods there is a need of movement of goods from one city to another place where they find markets. Here role of a logistic service provider like India Post becomes more important as it has the largest network of offices and team of highly professional executives is on task. He also briefed about various services provided by the Department of Posts like BNPL, COD, Business parcels etc on the reasonable rates and reliable time norms.
At last of the review meet Col Vinod Kumar said that the all the stakeholders of J&K may be appraised about the services provided by the Department of Posts which is possible only with whole hearted efforts of Postal family of J&K circle. Ram Lal from railway mail service, Rahul from Jammu Division, Rohit from Rajouri and Amit from Udahampur also participated actively in deliberation. Few participants expressed apprehensions that how a consignment from Srinagar or Baramula can be sent through express cargo parcel service, it was made clear that if a heavy consignment has to be sent from Srinagar then first it will be brought to railway station by use of RTN and then it will be sent by Express cargo service by train. They all were directed to keep themselves equipped with all information about services and study about the potential customers in Jammu and Kashmir.
Col Vinod invited manufacturers and factory owners in Jammu and Kashmir especially in industrial areas like Gangyal or Baribrahmana in Jammu and willow cricket bat production units in Sangam and all other business house in UT of J&K to utilize these services which are reliable and faster. Finally, Rajeev Senior Postmaster Jammu Tawi Head Post office proposed vote of thanks at the end of review meet.
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