Monday, October 10, 2022

CELEBRATION OF WORLD POST DAY AND NATIONAL POSTAL WEEK 2022 FROM 09TH OCTOBER, 2022 TO 13TH OCTOBER 2022: Office of the Chief Postmaster General, Maharashtra Circle, Mumbai – 400 001

From left to right Shri Amitabh Singh, Postmaster General (Mails & Business Development), Ms. Veena R.Srinivas, Chief Postmaster General, Maharashtra Circle, Shri Abhijeet Bansode, DPS(Head Quarters), Maharashtra Circle and Shri Manoj Kumar-II, DPS (Mails & BD).

The World Post Day marks the Anniversary of the establishment of Universal Postal Union, headquarter at Bern and is held on 09 October of every year. Department of Posts is celebrating National Postal Week 2022 from 09th October, 2022 to 13th October, 2022.

Day-wsie Activities for National Postal Week which is being celebrated in Maharashtra Postal Circle:

On 9th October 2022 – ‘World Post Day’ – This year’s World Post Day theme is ‘Post for Planet’ . The purpose is to create awareness about the Post’s role in the everyday lives of people and businesses, as well as its contribution to global social and economic development.

On 10th October 2022 – ‘Vittiya Sashaktikaran Diwas’ – A single day for financial empowerment of the common man will be celebrated as Vittiya 

Sashaktikaran Diwas. One mela in each district of the Circle will be organised and campaigns for opening of POSB/IPPB accounts and procurement of PLI/RPLI policies will be arranged.

On 11th October 2022 – ‘Philately Day’: Celebration of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. Release of 09 Special Covers on theme ‘One District One Product’ (ODOP).

On 12th October 2022 – ‘Mails and Parcel Day’ – A Special Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav Postmark cancellation will be done on all categories of inbound and outbound mail till       15th August 2023. Customer meet will be arranged for bulk customers to inform about the new initiative taken under Parcel Tracker.

On 13th October 2022 – ‘Antyodya Diwas’ – Will be celebrated to commemorate the contribution of the Department of Posts in the lives of the common man.   Awareness cum Aadhar enrolment and updation camps will be organised in rural/remote areas and urban slums.

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