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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

JAO Part-II Gujart Circle Result Declared-Congratulations to all-inf. by Ashok Hindocha

BSNL JAO PART-II Result of Gujarat Circle Declared-Congratulations to all by Ashok Hindocha-Rajkot

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JAO PART II (Dept.Exam.)Gujarat Circle Result Declared- Congartulations to all -inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-9426201999


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Namaskar-Congratulations for Passing JAO Part II EXAM.
To-Day BSNL Dept/ JAO Part-II Exam Result Declated by BSNL GJ Circle Office Ahmedabad

In Gujarat Circle TOAL 104 OC Canddates declared Passed
13 SC Category ---do-----
03 ST Category ---d0-----
TOTAL=120=00 candidates passed successfully
CONGRATULATIONS To ALL Candidates of GUJARAT
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Result kept on BSNL Portal
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In Rajkot folloeing candidates declared Passed-Congratulations to all
(1)P.H. Mavani
(2)R.B. Upadhyay
(3)Mrs. R.M. Vora
(4)M.A Parekh
(5)D.J. Joshi
(6)K.N. Vora
(7)M.K.Suchak
(8)J.D. Leuva
(9)R.N.ZALORIA
(10)R.R.Somaiya
(11)P.P.Joshi
(12)A.K. Hindocha
(13)M.J.Mirani
(14)R.R.Bhatt

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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

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1. Newbies reluctant to tread 2G auction path
2. BSNL readies Rs 14,000 crore war chest
3. BSNL offers free WiMax trial to customers
4. BSNL offers 2mbps speed and unlimited download offer
5. Govt in a fix over mode for broadband in rural areas
6. Sunil Jain: 3G game changer
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1. Newbies reluctant to tread 2G auction path

New Delhi, March 28: New telecom operators are lobbying hard with the telecom ministry and the regulator to get start-up spectrum without going through the auction process.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) is expected to submit a report on the auction of second-generation (2G) spectrum to the department of telecom by this week.
According to industry insiders, Trai may recommend selling 2G radiowaves, which can bring in additional revenues if sold through an auction rather than bundling it with a mobile licence.
At present, a telecom licence, which costs Rs 1,650 crore, is bundled with 4.4 mega hertz (MHz) of GSM spectrum, which is the minimum amount required to launch services.
Following this, operators are awarded an additional 1.8 units, subject to them meeting a certain subscriber target.
New entrants in the country’s fast growing mobile services sector, which have rolled out services in a few circles and are waiting for pan-India expansion, contend that according to the licence conditions, they are entitled to 4.4-6.2Mhz of radiowaves.
“Payment for start-up spectrum was part of the licence cost and the government should ensure that firms don’t have to shell out extra for assets they have already paid for,” said a senior executive from one of the new firms.
Videocon-promoted Datacom, Shyam Telelink, Uninor, Etisalat DB, B.K. Modi’s Spice Communications and S Tel are the new operators.


http://www.telegraphindia.com/1100329/jsp/business/story_12276143.jsp


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2. BSNL readies Rs 14,000 crore war chest
Posted by: "mukesh vaghela" mukeshgvaghela@yahoo.com mukeshgvaghela
Tue Mar 30, 2010 9:40 am


State-owned telecom major Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has finalised a war chest of Rs 14,000 crore, one of the largest investments by the corporation in a single financial year, to defend its market share.
Half the money, to be invested over the next 12 months, will be used to expand its mobile network. This includes creating capacity for 20 million additional customers, doubling third generation (3G) service coverage from 366 to 760 cities by the end of the next financial year and creating capacity to almost double its broadband subscriber base from 3.5 million to 7.5 million in the same period.
BSNL is India’s fourth largest mobile service company in terms of number of subscribers with a 12 per cent market share. In broadband, it is the undisputed leader with a 60 per cent market share.
“Our main aim is to maintain our market share in the mobile space especially as there are now 13 or 14 players in the market,” BSNL chairman Kuldeep Goel told Business Standard. “We are concentrating on the domestic market, which is why we have also decided to go slow on our plans to go global.”
The corporation recently exited a consortium set up to bid for the African assets of Kuwait’s Zain Telecom. Last week, the west Asian company signed a deal with Bharti for its assets in 15 African countries.
Goel has also drawn up an aggressive 3G roll out strategy to leverage its first-mover advantage. The company, together with Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd, state-owned telecom service provider for Mumbai and Delhi, was given spectrum for 3G services over a year ago. Auctions for 3G for the private sector will begin in April and spectrum will be given to them in September.
“We have 1.5 million 3G customers out of our total subscriber base of 60 million. Our target is to get 5 million 3G customers by the end of the next financial year. We expect 5 per cent of our total user base to come from 3G initially. This percentage may go up to 10 per cent later,” he added.
Asked how BSNL would raise resources for such a large investment, Goel said: “We are a debt-free company with reserves of over Rs 35,000 crore.”
It also plans to contain costs by making a fundamental shift in its procurement policy. Instead of following the decades-old system of ordering and buying a fixed number of mobile lines, BSNL recently floated a request for proposal (RFP) for a “managed capacity” model, which means outsourcing its network operations and management like private competitors do. The new contracts will be for a duration of two to three years.
The change has been prompted by recommendations from the Sam Pitroda committee to scrap a 93 million line GSM order due to various controversies.
The BSNL board has accepted the recommendation.
Ahead of the new contract, the company has also prepared a contingency plan to meet its immediate need for new capacity. It will issue an additional order of 5-10 million lines to Ericsson, its current vendor, which has supplied equipment in the north and east. In the south and west, the company has 20 million lines under installation, which is considered sufficient to meet demand for the next 12 months.
Goel admitted, however, that the company might slip into the red this year on account of arrears on wages that have been raised. “We had a net profit of Rs 175 crore for the half-year ended December this year and were expecting profits of Rs 200 crore to Rs 300 crore at the end of the financial year. If we have to pay arrears on wages, which comes to around Rs 3,700 crore, we will surely make a loss this year.”

http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/bsnl-readies-rs-14000-crore-war-chest/390050/


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3. BSNL offers free WiMax trial to customers



As per a new offer by BSNL, its subscribers can now experience WiMax services free of cost. BSNL will offer free trial of its WiMax service to customers till April 15. Customers will not be charged monthly rental or rent for the modem for 30 days from the day of activation. They will also be able to download 400 MB of data free of cost.
However, subscribers will be required to deposit Rs 2,000 as security which will be refunded in case they are not interested in availing the services anymore.
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WiMax is a limited area wireless internet connectivity service which allows high speed internet access. It is similar to WiFi, but the radius of the WiMax service is larger. Currently, BSNL offers internet at speeds ranging from 512 Kbps to 2 Mbps.
The state owned telco had launched the country's first mobile WiMax service in Kerala earlier this month.

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4. BSNL offers 2mbps speed and unlimited download offer



BSNL has made a surprising announcement for their upcoming coustomers. People who will subscribe for a new connection from BSNL before March 31st would be able to make unlimited downloads at a speed of up to 2mbps. This speed would be offered for the first 15 days following the connection,
However, after the fortnight, the plan would be reverted to the one that the customer had chosen initially. User will have to pay the Security Deposit for the opted Broadband Plan and the Modem Security Deposit.
The first bill received would reflect these. BSNL has also announced that the minimum period of hire for customers who avail this scheme would be one month.BSNL might launched this offer after Airtel’s announcement of free connection upgrades (to 2 Mbps) during the IPl
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5. Govt in a fix over mode for broadband in rural areas


Thomas K. Thomas
New Delhi, March 28
The Government is in a fix on whether to deploy a massive wire line network to reach broadband in rural areas or depend on wireless technologies such as WiMax and 3G.
The Universal Services Obligation (USO) Fund Administrator has now been told to prepare a detailed project report on the need and cost for laying an optical fibre cable network in rural areas to boost broadband usage.
A committee on broadband, set up under the direction of Cabinet Secretary, Mr K.M. Chandrasekhar, has suggested investing Rs 18,000 crore over three years to lay a five-lakh-km optical fibre cable network connecting rural areas. However, this suggestion has not found favour with some of the top officials in the Department of Telecom (DoT).
A note prepared by the Additional Secretary, DoT, stated that laying of optical fibre cable is very slow and tedious and may take about 10 years to complete.
The official expressed concerns over investing the money at a time when most operators are deploying wireless networks which will address the broadband requirements of rural consumers.
At a meeting held on March 18 under the Chairmanship of Secretary, DoT, the USO fund has been asked to map existing OFC network on GIS platform within two months to get a better estimate of the additional cable required.
The USO fund will also prepare an estimate of broadband growth in rural areas in 20 years, cost estimate for the project along with economic rate of return and give suggestion on optimum depth to which OFC should be laid.
During the meeting, one of the DoT official proposed that the project may be implemented in two phases whereby initially a wireless network capable of offering 2Mbps broadband may be laid out and after three years an OFC network could be rolled out once bandwidth consumption picks up in rural areas.
BSNL executives present in the meeting stated that they had already connected 78,073 villages through wireline technology. Further another 1.3 lakh villages are being planned to be covered through WiMax-based wireless broadband. BSNL executives said that about 78,000 WiMax base stations need to be installed to ensure broadband coverage of these villages.
Out of this, 1,000 base stations have already been ordered. It was informed that since 20 Mhz spectrum is available with BSNL, it can either cater to 600 subscribers of 256 kbps or 75 subscribers of 2 Mbps in the area of each tower.

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/2010/03/29/stories/2010032951090200.htm


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6. Sunil Jain: 3G game changer



Will Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee get more than the Rs 35,000 crore he had budgeted for from the auctions of 3G and BWA spectrum that will take place next week, considering that there’s one less 3G slot this time around? As compared to four 3G slots apart from one given to BSNL/MTNL that were supposed to have been auctioned initially, there will only be three slots apart from BSNL/MTNL. Making predictions is foolhardly, but a few points can be made as to why Mukherjee’s target may well turn out to be conservative:

* On average, the GSM firms have around 7 MHz of spectrum and will get 5 MHz more if they win the 3G spectrum — this will raise their operational efficiencies by 30-40 per cent, so firms will pay to get this.

* There are nine bidders for 3 3G slots, of which six are existing players. Those who don’t get 3G spectrum will likely lose premium customers who generally like to use data. Modems sold by RCom and Tata Tele, that operate at 3G speeds, today give them revenues of around Rs 600 a month, or 3-4 times what normal voice customers pay.

* If you look at the valuations paid by firms like Telenor and Etisalat for buying part of Unitech and Swan, this suggests you could get valuations of around Rs 40,000 crore or so.

* If a firm has access to lower-cost capital, this hugely raises its ability to bid — according to Kotak Institutional Equities, a reduction in the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (that’s cost of debt and equity) from 15 per cent to 13 per cent (that’s by 13 per cent) will raise the amount the firm can bid by as much as 24 per cent.

Part of the value that firms will pay is clearly driven by the extra revenues they will earn from 3G spectrum — so, if customers pay extra for being able to use high-speed data which 3G allows them, a firm will pay that much more for the spectrum. So, the critical parameters here are how many customers will start using 3G services and how much more they will pay for using them. Estimates vary, but two that I have seen recently, by BDA and Kotak Institutional Equities, project 90-100 mn users in the next 5 years. BDA has separate numbers for the RCom/TataTele-type modems that will run on 3G, while Kotak assumes a lower $4 of extra revenue (Rs 180) per month from 3G subscribers in metros/A circles, going down to $2.4 in C circles. Based on the revenue stream that this generates and after discounting it, Kotak assumes all firms who bid will gain an extra $6 bn from 3G operations.

THERE IS NO ALTERNATIVE (TINA)
(or why firms will pay more than they should for 3G licences)
$mn Value creation
due to 3G* Value destruction
without 3G** Total 'value'
for firms
Bharti 2,273 2,318 4,591
Vodafone 1,937 1,634 3,571
RCom 274 514 788
TataTele 1,175 515 1,690
Idea 207 265 472
Aircel 184 306 490
BSNL 88 662 750
MTNL -30 52 22
Total 6,108 6,266 12,374
* Due to greater revenues from 3G services; ** Due to customers leaving if operator doesn't offer 3G services; Against its ‘value’ of $4.6 bn, Bharti will pay $2.5 bn; Vodafone will pay $2.4 bn against its ‘value’ of $3.6 bn; BSNL/MTNL, however, will pay $2.5 bn (to match Bharti) while their ‘value’ will only be $0.7 bn. Source: Kotak Institutional Equities
It is after this that the Kotak analysis gets interesting. The report points out that firms also stand to lose customers if they don’t offer 3G services — I would, for instance, move from Vodafone if it never offered 3G speeds on my phone while Airtel did. So Vodafone, in this case, has to bid to not just capture the increased revenue I will provide it by using 3G services, it has to take into account the loss it makes if users move away to rivals. Kotak suggests both figures are roughly equal. While firms like Bharti/ Vodafone/ RCom/ TataTele will bid less than this ‘value’ — Bharti will pay $2.5 bn and Vodafone $2.4 bn as compared to their potential earnings/losses of $4.6 bn and $3.6 bn — those like BSNL/MTNL will pay much more since they have to match the top bidder but, says Kotak,won’t derive as much value from their subbscribers. All told, Kotak estimates the net present value of the gain from 3G services is $6.1 bn and the loss from
not bidding for 3G is $6.3 bn — the total ‘value’ of the 3G spectrum for firms is $12.4 bn. It projects firms will bid a bit lower, at $10.3 bn and $1.1 bn for BWA spectrum.
You could quibble with the numbers. BSNL/MTNL may make more money than Kotak thinks, firms may not bid anywhere near $6.3 bn to protect the loss of customers/revenues and BWA bids may be much higher since each licence offers double the spectrum that 3G licences do even though it offers less flexibility of use, at least for now. Either way, it does appear likely the FM’s growth target will be surpassed quite handsomely.
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Defeat the retrograde recommendatiions
of the Sam Piitroda Commiittee
The much publliiciized Sam Piittrroda Commiittttee has submiitttted iitt’’s
rreporrtt.. The iimporrttantt rrecommendattiions off tthe commiittttee arre
rrettrrogrrade iin natturre.. Accorrdiing tto rreporrtts,, iitt has rrecommended 30%
strrattegic sttake salle, iinttroducttiion off a VRS tto cut tthe sttaffff sttrrengtth by
1//3,, scrrappiing off tthe 93 miilllliion GSM lliine ttenderr,, unbundlliing off BSNL’’s
llastt miille copperr,, ettc..
IIn the backdrop off BSNL’’s declliiniing marrkett sharre and prroffiitts,
Prriime Miiniistterr Manmohan Siingh appoiintted a tthrree memberr commiittttee,,
headed by Sam Piittrroda,, tto suggestt tthe ways and means fforr tthe rreviivall off tthe PSU.. The
ottherr memberrs off tthe commiittttee arre Deepak Parrekh,, Chaiirrman off tthe HDFC bank and P..J..
Thomas,, Secrrettarry,, DoT.. The commiittttee iis llearrntt tto have submiitttted iitt’’s 15 poiintt
rrecommendattiions tto tthe govtt.. iin tthe ffiirrstt week off Marrch..
The most iimporrttantt rrecommendattion off tthe commiittttee iis 30% sttrrattegiic stake salle,
as wellll as tthe iinducttiion off a sttrrattegiic iinvesttorr.. Outt off tthiis,, 10% money iis go tto tthe
goverrnmentt and tthe rremaiiniing 20% iis tto be used fforr iinttrroducttiion off a VRS.. The Commiittttee
iis llearrntt tto have arrgued tthatt tthe iinducttion off a sttrattegiic iinvesttor woulld brriing ““sound
managementt prracttiice and ttechnollogiicall experrttiise”” tto BSNL.. Thiis rrecommendattiion off
Piittrroda,, rremiinds us off whatt happened iin VSNL,, whiich was a PSU once.. Thrrough
diisiinvesttmentt,, Tatta was iinductted iiniittiialllly as a sttrrattegiic parrttnerr iin VSNL.. Latterr on,, VSNL
was prriivattiized and solld tto Tatta..
The ottherr rrecommendattiion off tthe commiittttee,, tto rrettrrench one llakh sttaffff tthrrough VRS,,
iis notthiing butt attrrociious. Allmostt one lakh emplloyees have allready rettirred siince tthe
iincepttiion off BSNL and anottherr 60,,000 arre goiing tto rrettiirre wiitthiin tthe nextt 5 yearrs.. As such,,
tthe mottiive behiind tthiis rrecommendattiion iis notthiing butt tto drrasttiicalllly rreduce tthe sttaffff
sttrrengtth,, befforre iitt iis handed overr tto a prriivatte // Mullttii Nattiionall Company..
The Commiittttee has allso rrecommended tto scrrap tthe 93 miilllliion GSM lliine ttenderr..
BSNL managementt has allrready actted on tthiis.. BSNL,, whiich iis allrready sttarrviing due tto non--
supply off equiipmentts, iis cerrttaiinlly goiing tto fface a crriisiis on account off tthe scrrapping off tthiis
ttenderr.. Thiis rrecommendattiion iis notthiing,, butt parrtt off tthe ongoiing conspiirracy tto kiillll BSNL,, by
bllockiing iitt’’s equiipmentt supplly.. We rrememberr a siimiillarr attttemptt made by tthe govtt.. iin 2007,,
tto scrrap tthe 45 miilllliion GSM lliine ttenderr,, whiich was ffrrusttrratted by tthe uniitted sttrrugglle by
BSNL’’s worrk fforrce..
The Piittrroda Commiittttee has allso rrecommended tthatt BSNL’’s llastt miille copperr shoulld
be unbundlled. BSNL,, whiich iis tthe marrkett lleaderr now iin tthe Brroadband segmentt,, wiilll
cerrttaiinlly llose iitt’’s prromiinence iiff tthiis rrecommendattiion iis iimpllementted.. Thrrough tthiis
rrecommendattiion,, one can cllearrlly see tthe rreall fface off tthe Piittrroda Commiittttee..
The Commiittttee iis llearrntt tto have giiven some ottherr rrecommendattiions,, whiich iincllude
ttiime bound solluttiion tto tthe IITS absorrpttiion iissue,, iinducttiion off prroffessiionalls ffrrom outtsiide tto
tthe ttop managementt,, segrregattiion off tthe Chaiirrman and Managiing Diirrecttorr postts,, ettc.. Butt
by and llarrge,, the rrecommendattiions off tthe Sam Piitrroda Commiittttee arre notthiing butt a rroad
map fforr tthe prriivattiizattiion off BSNL,, whiich has tto be deffeatted tthrrough uniitted sttrrugglle..
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1. Auditor submits report on Vodafone to DoT
2. Sony Ericsson brings out an exciting family of phones under the comm 3. BSNL likely to net Rs 3641cr loss
4. Udupi: BSNL Employees Protest Against Unfulfilled Demands
5. BSNL Unlimited Broadband offer for customers during IPL season 2010 6. BSNL Offering Free WiMAX Services
7. BSNL officer caught accepting Rs8,000 bribe in Maharashtra
8. A pledge to support Planet Earth
9. Tobu neglected and ignored
10. Pallamraju launches BSNLs 3G service
11. Global telco vendors must hire Indians
12. Working at cross purposes
13. Now, you can dial a complaint against that errant cabbie
14. New BSNL Broadband Users Get Unlimited Downloads
15. Action against 54 government drivers for not using seat-belts 16. ValueFirst acquires telecom software firm, Packet Shaper
17. State posts 5.14 per cent growth in mobile subscribers
18. Bharti-MTN tussle on cards
19. Pirates of the broadband lines
20. Trai releases tariff draft for non-CAS areas
21. BSNL broadband plan at 2 mbps and free registration charges in IPL s 22. BJP workers stage dharna outside BSNL office
23. Sit happens
24. KSA wins goodwill football tourney
25. Brand Power: Younger replacing the older
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1. Auditor submits report on Vodafone to DoT


NEW DELHI: The government-appointed auditor to examine the books of country’s second largest mobile operator Vodafone Essar on Friday submitted its report to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT).
A company spokesperson said Vodafone has received a copy of the report submitted to the DoT and said the company’s accounts are in line with statutory standards set by telecom tribunal TDSAT. Sources said the auditors have put some licence fee liability on different heads. However, the company feels these are covered under the definition of licence fee as decided by TDSAT. The DoT had last year ordered audits on telecom companies Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Essar Ltd, Idea Cellular Ltd and Tata Teleservices and Reliance Communications (RCOM) after the regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) said the accounts s hould be audited every 3—5 years. - PTI

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2. Sony Ericsson brings out an exciting family of phones under the comm

Mumbai, Maharashtra, March 26, 2010 /India PRwire/ -- INDIA: Living up to its brand promise of make.believe, Sony Ericsson today set off fireworks as its exciting new portfolio of phones was unveiled by Kareena Kapoor - its newly appointed brand ambassador for the region. Taking Sony Ericsson's entertainment heritage to new heights, the phones - including the much awaited XPERIA™ X10, XPERIA™ X10 mini, XPERIA™ X10 mini pro, Vivaz™, and Vivaz™ pro - combine rich graphics with intelligence capabilities.
Further building up the excitement quotient, Sony Ericsson also announced the roll out of an impelling marketing campaign with a barrage of new elements, including its association with the extremely talented and beautiful Kareena Kapoor. Another interesting aspect of the company's upcoming campaign will be the greater emphasis on digital and social networks marketing, which is in synergy with what today's evolving consumer wants.
Speaking on the launch of the new phones, Hirokazu Ishizuka, Corporate Vice President & Head of Asia Pacific region, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communication said, "As a brand, we have evolved. The proliferation of social and digital media is changing the consumer experience with mobile phones and the new portfolio we present today really takes communication entertainment to the next level."
"Being one of the most widely-followed youth-icons, Kareena matches the level of energy, vibrancy, passion and fun associated with Sony Ericsson, and thereby elevates the aspiration value of the brand. We are also extremely excited about re-energizing the digital space with Kareena, as we debut her social networking that will allow her to engage with the rapidly growing digitally-evolved fan-base over various social networking platforms," he added.
Speaking on her association with Sony Ericsson, Kareena Kapoor said, "I am very happy to be associated with Sony Ericsson. Having experienced the new phone - the XPERIA X10, I believe that Sony Ericsson truly represents the fusion of communication and entertainment in mobile device. I love my new feature rich Sony Ericsson XPERIA™ X10 that allows me to easily keep in touch with my family and friends, while keeping myself entertained on the go."
The new portfolio also introduces a new UX platform that creates a unique Sony Ericsson user experience by combining best-in-class entertainment features with signature applications, unrivalled integration of social media services and a rich graphical user interface. Among the many new features, the new phones introduce signature applications like Mediascape and Timescape™ that lets consumers organise everything in their phone in an intuitive way.
* Sony Ericsson Timescape™ manages all communication with one person in one place. Users can browse through their conversations the bright way to check out their Facebook™, Twitter™, photos, emails, and texts all in one go
* Sony Ericsson Mediascape is the smart way to get all the music, photos and videos one wants from their favourite friends and artists. It accesses content from everywhere - the phone, YouTube™, PlayNow™ - and presents all content in one place on the consumer's phone.
Reinforcing its promise of Communication Entertainment, Sony Ericsson has also partnered with regional and local content and application providers to deliver the latest in entertainment content for consumers. Highlighting one such exclusive partnership, Mr. Ishizuka said, "We have a signed a regional partnership with MTV, whereby the Xperia X10 users will have exclusive access to the MTV application that will provide them news feeds and other updates from the channel."
With India projected to become the second largest telecom market globally, Sony Ericsson sees immense potential in the region for its new portfolio. According to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), the number of telecom subscribers in the country increased by 3.5 percent in December 2009, in comparison to November 2009. It is estimated that by mid 2012, around half the country's population will own a mobile phone.
To tap the booming telecom market in India, Sony Ericsson has invested in multiple marketing campaigns that will help grow the brand's market share in the region. Commenting on this, Mr. Ishizuka stated, "Social media will play an important role in how we engage with our consumers here in India. Sony Ericsson recognizes the critical need to maintain consumer touch points that incorporate all digital/social media mediums that will give us an opportunity to engage create new and exciting experiences for consumers."
Sony Ericsson is also partnering with India's leading content and application providers to deliver the latest in entertainment content for consumers. This includes leading players such as Hungama, MTV India, UTV, Shemaroo, Electronic Arts, Indiagames, and Disney mobile among others, who will come together with the mobile phone brand to offer content and applications to Sony Ericsson users in India. The company already has over 200 active partners in India spanning across entertainment, functional and technical verticals, and it will continue to work towards growing this base to present its evolved Communication Entertainment portfolio to engage the Indian consumer, and excite them through various marketing initiatives.
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The Xperia™ X10 mini and X10 mini pro with slide out QWERTY keyboard, are compact versions of Xperia™ X10, and based on the human curvature design philosophy. The two sister mobile phones incorporate the signature application Sony Ericsson Timescape™ that manages all communication with one person in one place without having to open lots of different applications. To get groovy with your favourite music, let the "infinite button" on the interactive music player pull together all music content from the music store and YouTube™! It's also a smart way to search for new tracks from a favourite artist. So prepare yourself to enter the universe of an open and intuitive communication entertainment experience. MRP: Rs. 25, 695
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3. BSNL likely to net Rs 3641cr loss

NEW DELHI: This will be a summer of discontent for BSNL, which is confronting the possibility of a 30% disinvestment at a time when its estimated losses for the financial year ending March 31, 2010 are hitting a staggering Rs 3,641 crore.

BSNL's performance has been under the lens for some time, forcing PM Manmohan Sigh himself to intervene to prevent BSNL from sinking further. The DoT and BSNL renewed an MoU on March 15 for the third consecutive year, which allows the DoT to monitor BSNL's performance quarterly against predefined revenue targets.

According to projections in the MoU document, BSNL's total income for the year ended March 31, 2010 is estimated at Rs 32,539 crore, down from Rs 35,812 crore in 2008-09. This is Rs 9,556 crore less than the MoU target of Rs 42,095 crore. However, net profit is crashing. BSNL's swift decline from a net profit of Rs 10,183 crore just a few years ago in 2004-05, is alarming considering that it comes amid an overall industry boom (see chart).

When contacted, BSNL's CMD, Kuldeep Goyal said, "the company is not in losses. He however, admitted that, "this (loss of Rs 3,641 crore) could be one projection".

BSNL, which is one of India's largest public sector units with over 3 lakh employees, is at the centre of a major union protest starting Friday over the visible mismanagement of the company. An indefinite nationwide strike starting April 20 has also been firmed up, which has the potential of paralysing services for BSNL's roughly 59.45 million subscribers.

Speaking to ToI, G L Jogi, general secretary of Sanchar Nigam Executives Association said the company's performance and growth lifelines were being choked by incompetent management and bureaucratic red tape.

Growth has been further paralysed by the recent cancellation of an order to procure 93 million new GSM lines. "We have no equipment for the east or north and only marginal surplus capacity for the south and west. Our protest signifies the failure of all attempts at reasonable persuasion with the telecom ministry and BSNL management," says Jogi. Apart from performance issues, the unions are against disinvestment, retiring of 1 lakh workers through VRS.

Sam Pitroda, who led a 3-member committee including HDFC chairman Deepak Parikh and DoT secretary P J Thomas for revamp of BSNL made these recommendations to the PM recently.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/biz/india-business/BSNL-likely-to-net-Rs-3641cr-loss/articleshow/5729302.cms


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4. Udupi: BSNL Employees Protest Against Unfulfilled Demands

Udupi, Mar 27: The District BSNL Employees and Officers United Forum staged a protest in front of Telecom Centre here on Friday March 26, seeking redressal of their grievances and meeting of their demands.

The protest was staged to put pressure on the union government to withdraw its proposal to allow foreign investment in telecom sector, to include Indian Telecom Services (ITS) officers functioning under the department of telecommunications with BSNL, to withdraw the implementation of compulsory retirement in the guise of voluntary retirement benefits, opposing the initiative of outsourcing of basic facilities in BSNL, demanding supply of adequate essential technical accessories to BSNL and to fulfill the demands of the retired BSNL employees.

On this occasion, the United Forum also has given a call for an indefinite strike from Tuesday April 20, in case the union government fails to fulfill their pending demands by then.

Shashidhar, H D Pai, Purandar Shetty, Ganapathi Samaga, Govind Nayak, Mukundan, M A Poojary, Guddappa Nayak, Satyanarayan Upadhyaya and others were present.

http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=74608&n_tit=Udupi%3A+BSNL+Employees+Protest+Against+Unfulfilled+Demands


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5. BSNL Unlimited Broadband offer for customers during IPL season 2010


IPL fever is in. There is a mad rush about this game across the country and marketers are keen to cash on it. There are various schemes etc keeping the IPL in mind and almost all marketers are rolling out new schemes to be a part of the IPL.

So what makes BSNL special among marketers so that the new scheme that it has doled out becomes special? Well in a sense nothing really; however what makes it special is that usually BSNL is perceived as a slow moving organisation. With introduction of new scheme this however is set to change and people thus have sat up and taken note of the new development.

This surprising announcement by BSNL might also be an attempt to counter the offer from Airtel for free connection up grades of up to 2 Mbps till the IPL is on. So the battle is on fast and furious in the airspace and even entities like BSNL are keen to cash in to its demand.

A customer who takes a new connection from BSNL before March 31st would be able to make unlimited downloads at a speed of up to 2mbps. This speed would be offered for the first 15 days following the connection. However, after 15 days, the plan would be reverted to the one that the customer had chosen initially. The minimum period for the customers to hire this available scheme would be a period of one month. This would also include the free download period as well.

For the new connection, BSNL would not charge any registration fees. They however, would have to pay Security Deposits for the opted plan and it would be reflected in the first bill that is received by the customer.

This surprising announcement by BSNL has raised great expectations in the market. It has now to be seen how many customers take the connection from BSNL before 31st March. This would also perhaps indicate the success of BSNL over Airtel.

http://www.infocera.com/BSNL_Unlimited_Broadband_offer_for_customers_during_IPL_season_2010_8503.htm


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6. BSNL Offering Free WiMAX Services


BSNL is currently offering free WiMAX services in India. It will last until April 15, 2010 . Customers won’t be charged any monthly fee or modem rental fee for 30 days from the date of activation. It will offer free downloads of 400 MB and there is a security deposit of Rs2000. The money will be refunded if the customer is not interested in continuing the WiMAX service.
BSNL Wireless Broadband offers flexible pricing plans and rates for usage. The network is adjustable as service and customer demands grow. The network is backed up by BSNL’s reliable hard line backbone network. BSNL offers mobile WiMAX services in rural and urban areas in India.
BSNL’s marketing effort to get subscribers is a bold effort and should help get subscribers for BSNL’s WiMAX services. It should be interesting to see what kind of impact this has because India is such a burgeoning market for WiMAX.

http://www.goingwimax.com/bsnl-offering-free-wimax-services-9854/


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7. BSNL officer caught accepting Rs8,000 bribe in Maharashtra


Nashik: A telecom officer was caught in Nashik, red-handed by sleuths of the Anti-Corruption Bureau for accepting a bribe of Rs8,000 from a contractor, ACB officials said.


Haribhau Laxman, a junior officer with the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) was held yesterday taking the amount from a contractor to settle his bill for laying a few pole less network at Parner in Ahmednagar district, they said.
ACB laid a trap after contractor and complainant Premshankar Dubey approached them, officials said in a press release in Nashik.

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8. A pledge to support Planet Earth

A woman walks down steps that feature a painted promotional design of Earth Hour. Earth Hour 2010 is on Saturday and is a global call to turn off lights for 60 minutes in a bid to highlight Global Climate Change. (AP Photo)
Morung Express News
Dimapur | March 26
Earth Hour 2010 will be on March 27 at 8:30pm - 9:30 pm (local time). Climate Change Leaders of Nagaland, organizations from all sectors and an expected part of the civil society have been preparing to make this year’s Earth Hour more successful than 2009’s. A global act to fight against Global Warming, Climate Change and to raise awareness about prudent use of energy resources, people across the world will show their solidarity by switching off power and equipments for one hour.
The goal of Earth Hour is to maintain a low carbon economy in addressing the problem of Global Warming and also prove that humankind has every possible chance to take action against climate changes. “Earth Hour will bring together people from all walks of life and unite countries across the planet to show the world we can work together to resolve the issue of Climate Change,” said Earth Hour Co-Founder and Executive Director, Andy Ridley.
Earth Hour 2009 remains as a successful global event with millions of people all over the world observing it. It was also successful in India, where approximately 5 million people turned off the lights and saved 1000 MW of power in just 1 hour. The WWF is hoping that Earth hour 2010 will reach huge millions of people and will become a successful global event than the year 2009. Nagaland joined Earth Hour in 2009 with the support of Government of Nagaland, Kohima Municipal Committee (KMC), Dimapur Municipal Committee (DMC), NEZCC, and Youth Action for Rural Development (YARD) and Music Task Force.
The response from churches, schools and civil society were overwhelming and reassuring like the campaign by school children of Mokokchung, NBCC giving out circulars to all churches across Nagaland, acoustic concerts by various local artistes in Dimapur and Kohima, youth organizations, household campaigns and prayer meetings in Tuensang.
Climate Change Leaders of Nagaland informed that currently Airtel and BSNL are the sponsor networks for Earth Hour and the telecom companies will be sending out two SMS on Earth Hour day so as to reach out to as many people as possible. BSNL representatives are reported to be ‘extremely enthusiastic’ and are trying to negotiate to the rest of north east states as well.
A CCL also revealed that through the advertisement ‘Green Dreams’, there has been a good response and especially from churches. A particular church organization even called up asking how and what information could be announced during evening service. An option for those people who really feel that they cannot totally ‘Switch off’ is to at least switch off ten non-essential lights.
Also, it was let known that Jakhama Students’ Union observes social work on a Saturday of every month with the intention of eradicating polythene bags and to sensitize people on water scarcity; related to deforestation and also on polythene bags that cause blockage of water passage.
CCL also informed that the Dimapur administration has been very responsive to the Earth Hour initiative and has taken ten posters and streamers to give out to the public. CCLs will also be handing out posters and streamers to schools in Kohima and to the Chief Secretary, Secretariat Kohima.
A note issued by Rev. S. Vitoshe Swu from the Western Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Kuqhakulu (WSBAK) has also informed all the members of the churches under WSBAK to join hands in observing the Earth Hour by switching off the lights in their respective residences for one hour on March 28 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
CCLs are working with a zero budget but trying to reach out to people and hence “initiative is very important” a CCL mooted and added that changing of people’s mindset is very important to bring about green issues to Nagaland.” On the effective result of observing Earth Hour, the CCL remarked, “In the long run it will get into people’s consciousness and added that it is not only about March 27 but how we can save energy everyday.” With the severity of climate variation badly affecting the land, it is time for one to act and make few changes in life styles by making use of natural resources sensibly.

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9. Tobu neglected and ignored
Tobu area comprises of more than 20 villages sharing international border with Myanmar. It is far away from its state capital Kohima. Since inception every intellectual have turn a blind eye to this backward area and the innocent people are left only to enjoy their dreary life, totally out from every reach.
It is now more than 50 years since the existing Tobu sub-division was recognized by the state government. Many great political and sincere bureaucrats have come and gone playing their role in various capacities but leaving aside the far-flung backward people, still suffering, no way to go and blame but to keep on crying over the curse of darkness. We too appreciate many development taking place in Nagaland and many new good things coming out in this prone implementations. But why the people coming here are made not even aware of their basic necessities. It is amazing to remark upon the functions of various government offices with no head of departments and their negligence in discharging their duties.
I think it is appropriate to mention some of the few major services through which the people are benefited here; such as the only depended Government hospital existing without doctor and proper medicines, PHE department with no water supply, power department with not even a BSNL office, not even a single telephone connected etc and many others. In this manner people are deprived of their necessities despite of their hue and cry.
Now at this paralytic juncture leaving aside the other habituated and accustomed problems, coming to the present context of the changing world, life is dead without electricity. The sun and the moon has become the only source of light for us. People are also aware of the computerized or say mobile world where nothing could be worked out without power. And it is overwhelming distress to see that there is not even a single line wire connected with electricity in the villages of Tobu area till today.
People are existing but leaving under the curse of darkness and to show the impact of power failure for instance just to get one Xerox copy we have to travel 150-200 kms spending hundred and thousand of rupees and how can they survive tomorrow? In this way we are totally ignored and cut-off from every facilities. Had there been a concern government yesterday, then we have seen the world today. And it would be a miracle for us to see light if the responsible government and the department give us a chance to be a part of your development for better Nagaland.
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10. Pallamraju launches BSNLs 3G service

Kakinada: Union Minister of State for Defence M M Pallamraju today launched BSNLs 3G service at a function held here in the evening.
Describing the 3G service as a revolution in communication, he complimented the BSNL for being in the forefront in launching the innovative service and also for rendering effective and reliable landline telephone service and internet facility through broadband connection.
He also complimented the industrial houses and educational institutions for sponsoring laptops to students under the BSNLs novel scheme to spread internet facility through broadband to rural areas.
Stating the Software technology Parks of India (STPI) had ushered a new era in spreading the software technology in Kakinada by creating employment avenues to the engineering graduates in East and West Godavari Districts, Mr Pallamraju asked the BSNL authorities to strive for percolating deep into rural and interior areas the advanced technologies.http://www.mynews.in/News/Pallamraju_launches_BSNLs_3G_service_N41701.html


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11. Global telco vendors must hire Indians

NEW DELHI: Global telecom gear makers like Nokia Siemens, Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent and others, which maintain and manage mobile networks of
cellphone companies here, must only employ Indian engineers, a government directive said.

“The operation and maintenance of telecom networks should be entirely by Indian engineers and dependence on foreign engineers should be minimal or nil within a period of two years,” the communications ministry said in a notification posted on its website. The government said it would amend licence conditions soon to add the new norms.

Communications ministry officials said new rules were drafted, after the government agreed to demands by intelligence agencies to tighten security norms for the industry that is witnessing an influx of foreign companies and executives.

India is the world’s largest market for telecom gear makers and offers a $150-billion opportunity to vendors over the next five years. All telecom gear makers combined have several hundreds of foreign employees on their rolls in India, according to rough estimates. The new norms may slow down telecom companies’ expansion to rural India.

The networks of India's largest phone firms — Bharti Airtel, Reliance Communications, Vodafone, Tata Tele and Idea — are being managed by either Sweden’s Ericsson, Finland-based Nokia Siemens, China’s Huawei or Paris-headquartered Alcatel-Lucent. Reliance Communications has outsourced its GSM network management to China’s Huawei while Loop Telecom has tied up with another Chinese firm, ZTE, for its GSM rollout across India. The directive also adds that all foreign gear makers will have to manufacture core telecom equipment locally or mandatorily transfer technology to Indian manufacturers within a three-year period.

Security threat

In the interim period, all imported equipment will have to get security clearance from the technology arm of the communications ministry.

“In case of non-compliance of the transfer of technology clause, the vendor/service provider shall be penalised. Criminal proceedings would also be started in this case,” the directive said.

All major vendors, including Ericsson, Huawei, Motorola, have manufacturing units in India, but these are small plants that largely assemble finished products. The new norms will force these companies to upgrade their existing plants, or transfer technology to domestic manufacturers.

The home ministry has repeatedly warned that equipment vendors may install back-door entries, remote logic facilities and also design Trojan horses in networks and hardware they sell to telcos here. This could be used to remotely bring down the network or to monitor the voice and data traffic on it, security agencies have said. The agencies are particularly concerned about Chinese vendors such as Huawei and ZTE.

In August 2009, the government banned BSNL from sourcing mobile networks and other related hardware from Chinese vendors in any region that shared international boundaries. In the same month, facing intense opposition from telecom companies, the government failed in its efforts to limit Chinese telecom vendors to just eight states —Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh. The move was vehemently opposed by mobile firms benefiting from cut-rate Chinese products. As a compromise, it was decided that equipment suppliers must register with DoT, agree to monitoring by security agencies, and obtain clearance to operate from the home ministry.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/jobs/Global-telco-vendors-must-hire-Indians/articleshow/5730081.cms


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12. Working at cross purposes

T. N. Pandey
The income-tax law falls in the domain of the CBDT (Central Board of Direct Taxes) and service tax that of the CBEC (Central Board of Excise and Customs). As the two wings come under the Finance Ministry, one expects no contradictions in the administration of the aforesaid taxes. But the CBEC has been taking a different stand with regard to taxation of services falling within its jurisdiction.
The CBEC, in the context of charitable institutions (Reference Code 07601/23.08.09), had said that exemption under the I-T Act on the ground of they being public charitable institutions is of no consequence/relevance for service tax purposes. This is quite surprising. Now, in the context of service tax on construction activities, inter alia, of residential houses, a contradictory approach is being taken again.
Section 23(2) of the I-T Act, 1961 provides that where the house property is used by the owner for residential purposes, its annual letting value shall be taken as ‘nil' for income-taxation. Further, the second proviso to Section 24 of the Act provides that in respect of such properties constructed after April 1, 1999, by borrowing, a sum up to Rs 1.5 lakh per annum will be allowed as deduction.
Also, under Section 80C(2)(xviii), a sum up to Rs 1 lakh each year can be claimed as deduction for repayment of loan taken to construct the property, including stamp duty, registration and other expenses.
Service tax provisions
The proposals in the Finance Bill 2010 are quite in contrast to the I-T provisions, which are intended to give incentives for housing for residential purposes. The proposals are:
To extend service tax to real estate, including residential units. The proposal is to levy service tax on sale of properties by builders to buyers, if any part of the consideration for the sale is received before the construction gets completed, that is, even before the certificate of completion is issued by the competent authority.
In other words, even in respect of incomplete properties, the construction activity would be considered as creating a taxable event.
Besides, in the proposed legislation there is no clarity whether the levy would apply prospectively to new constructions or also to existing but incomplete constructions, that is, where the bookings have been made and payments are being made in instalments? Whether, in respect of such properties also, after the notification is issued, the builders/developers/promoters would be liable for service tax. To do so, would be unjust.
The basic issue
However, the basic issue is whether in selling a house on outright payment or payment in instalments basis, any service is involved, attracting service tax? In other words, when the properties are sold, whether the sellers are engaged in selling goods or in rendering any service?
An oft-repeated axiomatic statement is that ‘goods' are not services. Hence, any transaction which tantamounts to sale of ‘goods' simpliciter cannot be considered to be involving an element of service.
The term ‘goods' is defined under Section 65(50) of the Finance Act, 1994 to bear the meaning assigned to it in clause (7) of Section 2 of the Sale of Goods Act, 1930, where, inter alia, it is defined to mean “every kind of immovable property.”
In BSNL vs UOI (2006 145 STC 0091 SC), the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court has laid down five tests to determine what could be considered as goods, namely: there must be goods available for delivery; there must be a consensus ad idem as to the identity of the goods; the transferee should have a legal right to use the goods; such legal right has to be to the exclusion to the transferor; and the owner cannot again transfer the same rights to others.
A builder, when he sells flats/buildings, cannot be said to be rendering any service and, hence, the proposed levy seems to be, prima facie, invalid.
It can, thus, be seen that there are two major issues:
Anomaly in the working of the two departments, that is, one giving concession to house construction and the other imposing tax on their construction, needs to be removed; and
The proposal to levy service tax on sale of residential houses is apparently invalid, and needs to be dropped.(The author is a former chairman of CBDT.)

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/2010/03/27/stories/2010032750110900.htm


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13. Now, you can dial a complaint against that errant cabbie

By Santosh Andhale
Posted On Saturday, March 27, 2010 at 02:10:02 AM

An ambitious plan is underway to bring respite to commuters who have to face rude, uncooperative taxi drivers. The transport ministry has announced that it will introduce a toll-free number for registering complaints against errant taxi-drivers.

The number will be displayed on the vehicles and inside, behind the driver’s seat, for the convenience of passengers.

All you will need to do is dial the number and lodge a complaint with the details of the taxi.

The transport department will take punitive action against the drivers with the help of traffic police. This plan was revealed by transport minister Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil, who added, “We are launching the project with BSNL and are waiting to finalise the number.”

What comes as a bonus is that, this toll free number will also be applicable for auto-rickshaw drivers who misbehave with passengers. In fact, it will be mandatory for both taximen and rickshaw drivers to display this number prominently on their vehicles.

One of the most common complaints by the commuters is that taxi and rickshaw drivers refuse to ply to certain destinations and also refuse to ply for minimum fare. According to Maharashtra Motor Vehicle Rules 177, refusal to ply to any destination is a punishable offence for which the traffic police can impose a fine ranging anywhere between Rs 100 -Rs 1,200.

Patil says, “If some commuters have issues with the cabbies, he can connect with the call centre and lodge the complaint. The commuter will be required to explain his complaint and quote the taxi number. With the help of traffic police we will trace the taxi driver and fine him based on the nature of the complaint. The action can vary from suspension of licence to monetary fine. We are also looking at the feasibility of other punitive measures.”

He also pointed out, “Complainant’s name will be kept confidential but to avoid any undue advantage and abuse of the facility, we will fine the drivers only after verifying the facts. The cabbies will have the right to defend himself.”

A L Quadros, secretary of Mumbai Taximen’s Union said, “We hope the issue is discussed in detail with us before the service is launched.”

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/article/2/20100327201003270210023757a4c3d90/Now-you-can-dial-a-complaint-against-that-errant-cabbie.html


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14. New BSNL Broadband Users Get Unlimited Downloads
While private playersare doing all they can to cash in on the recent IPL fever, BSNL, who never seemed least interested in the cashing in on any phenomenon has thrown a surprise and has announceda plan that might just make all you BSNL broadband users happy. Even though existing users would not be benefited by these offers, they can always hope for something on these lines would be introduced for them as well.

BSNL has revealedthe details of a new plan for broadband service that can be availed by users taking a new connection from BSNL. Under this offer, all users who register for the service before March 31 will enjoy unlimited downloads at speeds of up to 2mbps.

BSNL also adds that they will not charge registration charges for these new connections. Note that BSNL will offer speeds of up to 2mbps for the first 15 days on these connections. After the 15 day period, the plan will revert to the one that the customer had originally chosen. Users who chose a plan that offers less than 2 mbps, will get a speed upgrade for 15 days after which the speed will drop. The user will need to pay SecurityDeposit for the opted Broadband Plan and the ModemSecurity Deposit (in case Modem is taken on hire basis from BSNL). These would reflect in the first bill you receive. BSNL has also informed that the minimum period of hire for customers who avail this scheme would be one month. Head to the BSNL website for more information on this.

http://www.techtree.com/India/News/New_BSNL_Broadband_Users_Get_Unlimited_Downloads/551-110162-643.html


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15. Action against 54 government drivers for not using seat-belts


In a drive against those not using seat belts, the traffic control branch of Pune police took action against the drivers of 54 government vehicles, in the last three days.
These included vehicles from the police department, Army, Ammunition Factory, State Social Welfare department, Irrigation department, Health department, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), Agriculture department, Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL), Meteorological department, Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) and others.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (traffic) Manoj Patil said in a press release that a special drive was launched on March 22 against the drivers of government vehicles who are not using seat belts while driving.
Patil said that as per motor vehicle rules, it is mandatory for the drivers on four wheeler vehicles to use seat belts or safety belts while driving. The rules are meant for the safety of drivers and passengers.

The traffic control branch of Pune police has fined 84,658 persons in the year 2009 for not using seat belts while driving. And since January 2010 till date, the traffic police have taken action against 11,014 drivers for the same reason.
Traffic police claimed that the drive has given good results as it has reduced the number of deaths and serious injuries during the road accidents.
As many as 10 drivers and 10 passengers died in 18 fatal road mishaps involving four wheelers in the year 2008. The number had reduced in 2009, when two drivers and seven passengers were killed in similar road mishaps.

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Phone Plus Facility
Gone are the days when basic telephones was used only to make and receive calls. With the aid of state-of-the-art digital exchanges, BSNL offers you a host of phone plus services, converting your old basic telephones to a sophisticated tool which can be used for a variety of applications.
All the Phone Plus facilities are available free of cost with effect from January 22nd, 2003.

Call Waiting
This facility lets you receive incoming calls even when your telephone is busy. You will get a short duration pip-pip tone when you are busy talking , indicating that another call is waiting for you , provided you have activated this facility. You can talk to any one of the callers keeping the other waiting. Complete secrecy of communication between the two callers is maintained.

Procedure for activation/deactivation:


Dial 118 and get the acceptance tone similar to the engage tone but with a longer gap between the beeps.

Dial 119 and get the acceptance tone.

Abbreviated Dialing
You may be calling a few people very frequently. It is possible to program these numbers as abbreviated codes of 1 or 2 digits. A maximum of 20 numbers can be programmed for abbreviated dialing. It is ideal for STD/ISD.

Procedure:Step1
Select your short code Choose a short code for the number you dial frequently e.g. '15' for the number xxxxxx. (if it's std no. std code+xxxxxx)
Step 2
Register short code for a telephone no. On your telephone dial 110 then the short code followed by the subscriber's number i.e. dial 110 15 xxxxxx.

You will shortly here an acceptance tone indicating that your code is registered.
Step 3 To dial the number using abbreviated code Dial 111 then the short code to dial the number i.e dial 111 15
this will dial xxxxxx.
To cancel or re-allot the same number dial 110 15 yyyyyy (new tel. no) this will store code 15 for new number yyyyyy overwriting the earlier no. xxxxxx.


Hot Line
You may want to be connected directly to a pre-determined number as soon as you lift the hand set even without dialing. At the same time you may want to have the flexibility to dial any other number of your choice. It is possible to have this facility in the digital exchanges by the delayed hotline feature. The number of your choice can be programmed by the exchange staff at your request. After doing so if you lift the telephone and do not dial within 5 seconds , you will be automatically connected to the programmed number. However if you start dialing with in 5 seconds , you can make an outgoing call as usual.

Call Transfer (Call Forward)
Useful for very mobile persons who may not want to miss incoming calls. Using this facility Calls can be forwarded to another telephone number designated by you.

Procedure for activation/deactivation:

Dial 114 followed by the telephone number for which the call is to be transferred. He will get the acceptance tone.

Dial 115 and wait for acceptance tone.

Automatic Wake-Up/Reminder Call Service
When you want to be given reminder at a specific time, all you have to do is to call the exchange and leave the time you want to be reminded. The facility allows you to initiate a call automatically by the exchange at a fixed time specified by the user of the telephone.
Dial 116 (the registration code) followed by the time you wish to be reminded or worken-up at 06.15am(06.15hrs), you will dial 1160615.

Dial 117 (the cancellation code) followed by the time you booked the call.


Number/Call Hunting Service
If you have more than one telephone line, this facility is very helpful for your caller. If the called line is engaged, your caller does not have to disconnect and dial other line(s). This facility automatically transfers the incoming call to whichever line is free.
Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)
The subscriber has to buy separately the CLIP display device from market. Using this facility you can see the number of the calling party before lifting your telephone. Very useful to trace malicious caller. However, the CLIP instrument shall be procured and installed by the users themselves.

Calling Line Identification (CLI) Announcement Service
Dial 164 and listen to the number of the phone line that you have used to make the call. Very useful when in doubt about your phone number.
Phone Bell Check
Dial 161 and after a few second replace the hand set. Your phone will ring very soon. Useful for checking functioning or adjusting volume of bell of your phone. .
Electronic Locking For STD/ISD
For 100% protection against improper use, you can lock your telephone electronically. Here, you only know the secret code. You can lock/allow Local, STD or ISD calls in many way viz. all calls allowed, only local calls allowed, only STD & Local calls allowed, all outgoing calls barred etc.

Register Secret Code Suppose you want to make 5555 your secret code. Follow this procedure to register this:
Dial 123 5555 5555 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Your code is registered.

Change secret code Suppose you want to change current code 5555 to 4444 then
Dial 123 5555 4444 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Your new code(4444) is registered.
Bar/Open Facilities using Secret Code(example 5555)
Bar STD/ISD calls Dial 124 5555 1 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now STD/ISD calls will be barred .
Open STD/ISD calls Dial 124 5555 0 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now STD/ISD calls can be made.
Open STD calls only Dial 124 5555 3 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now STD calls can be made.
Bar STD/ISD/manual trunck calls Dial 124 5555 2 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now STD/ISD/manual trunck calls will be barred . (It will also bar calls to 95 level).
Bar local calls Dial 124 5555 4 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now localcalls will be barred .(applicable only if STD Facility is available).
Open local calls only Dial 124 5555 1 or 2 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now Local calls can be made.


Call Conferencing
With this service telephonic conference can be set up within 3 or more parties. This service is available subject to technical feasibility.

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VACANACY FOR OC -10
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 Yadav Indreshkumar.S. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1679 OC 1st
2 Bhatt Sachin.R. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1176 OC 2nd
3 Patel Amit.J. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1598 OC 3rd
4 Gupta Ashish. C. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1107 OC 4th
5 Soneji Mehul.R. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1127 OC 5th
6 Dagali Amisha. Y. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1041 OC 6th
7 Rajawat Renu.L. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/3267 OC 7th
8 Godharawala Hussain.H. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1612 OC 8th
9 Rohini Ravindran. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/2175 OC 9th
10 Vashani Tusharkuar.H. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/2153 OC 10th
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -6
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 Meena Sureshkuamr.S. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/2332 ST 12th
2 Meena Maganlal.S. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1229 ST 13th
3 Meena Dharamveer.C. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1792 ST 14th
4 Vasava Dilipsinh.A. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1652 ST 18th
5 Rathod Pratikkumar.B. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1924 ST 19th
6 Meena Premraj.R. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/2809 ST 20th
VACANACY FOR OBC - 4
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 Gajjar Harshit.C. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/2444 OBC 11th
2 Hadiyal Chetankumar.M. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1188 OBC 15th
3 Kubavat Rajiv.J. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/2162 OBC 16th
4 Modi Priyank.N. GJ/AM/DR-TTA/2008/1354 OBC 17th
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA-AHMEDABAD
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -10
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 SHAH CHAITALI DEEPAKKUMAR GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10350 OC 1st
2 PATEL NIKUNJ KANTILAL GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10444 OC 2nd
3 RAVAL ADITYA DILEEPKUMAR GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10634 OC 3rd
4 PATEL NITINKUMAR SAVJIBHAI GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10023 OC 4th
5 PATEL PRAGNESHKUAMR PRADIPBHAI GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10361 OC 5th
6 BEDSE HEMANT JANKIDAS GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10349 OC 6th
7 VERMA ARCHANA BIRENDRAKUMAR GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10748 OC 7th
8 PATEL DEVANG NAVINBHAI GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10437 OC 8th
9 VEKARIYA SANDEEP CHIMANBHAI GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10355 OC 9th
10 PATEL PARESHKUMAR BABUBHAI GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10339 OC 10th
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -3
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 PAWAR PRASHANT JAGANANNATH GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10261 ST 11th
2 PATEL BHAVESHKUMAR CHAMPAKBHAI GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10276 ST 12th
3 GARASIA ABHISHEKKUMAR DALUBHAI GJ/SR/DR-TTA/2008/10014 ST 13th
VACANACY FOR OBC - 0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA-SURAT
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -10
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 MAHAJAN PIYUSHKUMAR ASHOKKUMAR GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1051 OC 1st
2 PANDYA BHARGAV ASHOKKUMAR GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1191 OC 2nd
3 YADAV SWETA RAJMANI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1271 OC 3rd
4 BARIA KIRITKUMAR FATHESINH GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1426 OC 4th
5 PATIL HEMANGINI ANILKUMAR GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1084 OC 5th
6 PATIL VIJAYKUMAR ANILBHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1085 OC 6th
7 RAJAN ROBIN JAKOB GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1245 OC 7th
8 PAL KAVITA SURENDRAKUMAR GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1264 OC 8th
9 ANJARIYA ROSHANI DAHYABHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1458 SC 9th
10 KHAIRE DURGESHKUMAR BHIKHAJIRAO GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1194 ST 10th
VACANACY FOR SC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 KAMBLE VIPUL JAYPAL GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1212 SC 12th
VACANACY FOR ST -4
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 CHIRUTKAR HARSHADKUMAR GOVINDRAO GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1175 ST 14th
2 MEENA BALVEER GABBULAL GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1425 ST 17th
3 PALAS GIRISHKUMAR CHHAGANBHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1172 ST 18th
4 RATHWA ASHWIN BALABHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1021 ST 20th
VACANACY FOR OBC - 6
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 PANCHAL RITESHKUMAR RAMESHBHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1252 OBC 11th
2 SOLANKI RAVIKUMAR ASHOKBHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1196 OBC 13th
3 PRAJAPATI NEETA GOVINDBHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1222 OBC 15th
4 SHAH VIPUL KANTILAL GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1462 OBC 16th
5 DESAI PRAVINKUMAR MULJIBHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1267 OBC 19th
6 RANA DEEPESHKUMAR LALABHAI GJ/VDR/DR-TTA/2008/1035 OBC 21th
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- VADODARA
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -3
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 PATEL SUBHASHCHANDRA RAMESHBHAI GJ/MEH/DR-TTA/2008/1141 OC 2nd
2 SHAH DHRUMIT DIPAKKUMAR GJ/MEH/DR-TTA/2008/1339 OC 3rd
3 DHAGAL JAYDEEP RAJESHBHAI GJ/MEH/DR-TTA/2008/1230 OC 4th
VACANACY FOR SC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 PARIKH MAYANKKUMAR KHEMCHANDBHAI GJ/MEH/DR-TTA/2008/1206 SC 5th
VACANACY FOR ST -2
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NOT QUALIFIED
VACANACY FOR OBC - 2
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 KADIYA JATINKUMR KANUBHAI GJ/MEH/DR-TTA/2008/1024 OBC 1st
2 PRAJAPATI FALGUNI SHYAMLAL GJ/MEH/DR-TTA/2008/1101 OBC 6th
A.G.M.(DI)
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA-MEHSANA
VACANACY FOR OC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 ASAL JIGNESH SHAMJIBHAI GJ/RJ/TTA-DR/2008/10444 OC 1st
VACANACY FOR SC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 NOT QUALIFIED
VACANACY FOR ST -3
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NOT QUALIFIED
VACANACY FOR OBC - 4
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 KUKADIA KUNALKUMAR RAMNIKBHAI GJ/RJ/TTA-DR/2008/10816 OBC 2nd
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA-RAJKOT
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 SHRI NAISHAD KUMAR DIPAK KUMAR MER GJ/BV/DR-TTA/2008/090 OC 1st
VACANACY FOR SC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 SHRI MUKESH KUMAR RAMJIBHAI BABARIA GJ/BV/DR-TTA/2008/018 SC 2nd
VACANACY FOR ST -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NOT QUALIFIED
VACANACY FOR OBC - 0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- BHAVNAGAR
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -6
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 DILIPBHAI VIJAYKUMAR ASHARA GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/300 OC 1st
2 MRUGESHBHAI BHADRESHBHAI PATEL GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/024 OC 2nd
3 HARDIK MAGANLAL SUTARIYA GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/327 OC 3rd
4 AJITKUMAR GORAKHPRASAD PANDEY GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/289 OC 4th
5 CHINTANKUMAR SUMANBHAI PATEL GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/212 OC 5th
6 SANKET KISHORBHAI PARMAR GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/062 SC 6th
VACANACY FOR SC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 MITESHKUMAR PUNITRAM PURANI GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/225 SC 10th
VACANACY FOR ST -2
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 MAYUR KANJIBHAI VARSAT GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/007 ST 8th
2 RAKESHKUMAR VIRSINH DAMOR GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/037 ST 9th
VACANACY FOR OBC - 2
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 LOMESHKUMAR SHANABHAI PANCHAL GJ/NAD/DR-TTA/2008/119 OBC 7th
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- NADIAD
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -2
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 MAHIPAL PRAVIN RANCHHODBHAI GJ/JND/DR-TTA/2008/1085 OC 1st
2 THUMBER BHARAT DHIRUBHAI GJ/JND/DR-TTA/2008/1303 OC 2nd
VACANACY FOR SC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 APA CHINTAN ARAJANBHAI GJ/JND/DR-TTA/2008/1149 SC 4th
VACANACY FOR ST -2
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 MUCHHAR NILESH UKABHAI GJ/JND/DR-TTA/2008/1037 ST 7th
VACANACY FOR OBC - 3
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 VAJA JESINGKUMAR BACHUBHAI GJ/JND/DR-TTA/2008/1118 OBC 3rd
2 BHESANIYA PARESH CHANDULAL GJ/JND/DR-TTA/2008/1284 OBC 5th
3 DABHI KALPESH SATISHBHAI GJ/JND/DR-TTA/2008/1023 OBC 6th
A.G.M.(DI)
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- JUNAGADH
VACANACY FOR OC -3
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 KHATRI TULSIDAS THAKURDAS GJ/PNP/DR-TTA/2008/1063 OC 1st
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR OBC - 0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- PALANPUR
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 DEPUTY MOHAMMED JOYEBBHAI GJ/TTA/2008/GODHRA/10/5135 OC 1st
VACANACY FOR SC -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NOT QUALIFIED
VACANACY FOR ST -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
VACANACY FOR OBC - 1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NOT QUALIFIED
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- GODHRA
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -3
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 Shri Ravikant J. Solanki GJ/SEN/DR-TTA/2008/168 OC 1st
2 Shri Dhavalkumar A. Shah GJ/SEN/DR-TTA/2008/135 OC 2nd
3 Shri Parag B. Bhutak GJ/SEN/DR-TTA/2008/123 OC 3rd
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NOT QUALIFIED
VACANACY FOR OBC - 0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- SURENDRANAGAR
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -4
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 GHADIYA SUNILKUMAR NANDLAL GJ/JMN/DR-TTA/2008/11120 OC 1st
2 BADLANI VINOD KISHORBHAI GJ/JMN/DR-TTA/2008/11018 OC 2nd
3 RAVAL DHAVAL BIPINBHAI GJ/JMN/DR-TTA/2008/11121 OC 3rd
4 CHAUDHARI VIJAYKUMAR HEMRAJBHAI GJ/JMN/DR-TTA/2008/11147 OC 4th
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NOT QUALIFIED
VACANACY FOR OBC - 2
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 DANGAR MEHULKUMAR RANMALBHAI GJ/JMN/DR-TTA/2008/11081 OBC 5th
2 NAKUM HITEN PRAVINKUMAR GJ/JMN/DR-TTA/2008/11078 OBC 6th
A.G.M.(DI)
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- JAMNAGAR
VACANACY FOR OC -3
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 KHILVANI NIKHIL RAJKUMAR GJ/HMR/DRTTA/2008/10012 OC 1st
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR OBC - 1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 NAYAK AMITKUMAR BHAVANISHANKAR GJ/HMR/DRTTA/2008/10085 OBC 2nd
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- HIMMATNAGAR
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NOT QUALIFIED
VACANACY FOR OBC - 0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- AMRELI
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -4
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 PATEL VISHAL ASHWINBHAI GJ/BCH/DR-TTA/2008/10524 OC 1st
2 SOLANKI KRISHNA RAJENDRASINH GJ/BCH/DR-TTA/2008/10561 OC 2nd
3 ANKLESARIA DIRK DEEPAKKUMAR GJ/BCH/DR-TTA/2008/10560 OC 3rd
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR OBC - 0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- BHARUCH
A.G.M.(DI)
VACANACY FOR OC -5
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 PATEL RAVINDRAKUMAR KANTILAL GJ/VAL/DR-TTA/2008/0134 ST 1st
2 PATEL ASHISH HARESHWARLAL GJ/VAL/DR-TTA/2008/0139 OC 2nd
3 SOMANI SAPNIL SHRENIKBHAI GJ/VAL/DR-TTA/2008/0090 OC 3rd
VACANACY FOR SC -0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
VACANACY FOR ST -1
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
1 PATEL PARIMALKUMAR RANCHHODBHAI GJ/VAL/DR-TTA/2008/0103 ST 4th
VACANACY FOR OBC - 0
SL. NO. NAME OF CANDIDATE ROLL NO. CAT. RANK
NO VACANCY
A.G.M.(DI)
ANNEXURE
NAME OF SSA- VALSAD
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