The Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Officers) in Pune has announced a change in the way letters are addressed to their office. With a daily influx of 5000 Dak (letters), it has become a challenge for the office to segregate and process the mail, leading to delays in adjusting claims and letters from Army Officers. The office has requested Army Officers to write one of four wings on the envelope and use separate envelopes for each wing to reduce segregation time and facilitate faster processing of claims and letters. The office has also approached postal authorities to implement the new format.
Change in Way of Addressing letters to PCDA (O), Pune
Office of the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts
(Officers), Golibar Maidan, Pune – 411001
No. R Sec/Receipt/Gen Corr
Letter to Army Officers
All Army Officers
Subject: – Change in Way of Addressing letters to PCDA (O), Pune.
The office of PCDA (O), Golibar Maidan, Pune has the mandate for handling the Pay and Allowances in respect of all the Commissioned Officers of India Army.
This office currently receives 5000 Dak on daily basis. In order to segregate such a huge quantity of daily Dak, it takes substantial effort to clear the Dak, which leads to delay in segregation and further processing of Dak and adjustment of claims of Army Officers.
It is therefore requested to forward all your Letters/claims by clearly writing on the envelope one of the following four wings mentioned below.
(List of Subjects)
|1||Ledger Wing||Service and pay related||Annexure A|
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|2||Transport Wing||TA/DA/LTC related||Annexure B|
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|3||Post Superannuation Cell|
|After Retirement related|
|4||Central Wing||Any other subject except above three||Annexure C|
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It is further requested to use separate envelopes for separate wings. All different envelop can be put into one large envelop, if more than one envelop is to be sent. It will reduce segregation time for such a huge inflow of Dak and help in faster processing claims and letters at the office of PCDA(O). Accordingly this office has already approached Postal Authorities for segregation of Posts in format described above.
PCDA has seen.
Encl: – As Above
(Lehana Singh, IDAS)
DCDA, PCDA (O), Pune