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Recruitment of DGM(TMS/TAFS)

Posted on: 07-05-2010

Recruitment of DGM(TMS/TAFS)

Posted on 14th May'10

Interview for the post of DGM (TMS/TAFS) will be conducted from 22.6.2010 to 29.6.2010 at ALTTC, Govt. Enclave, Raj Nagar, Ghaziabad, UP . Click here for details of Interview Schedule for the post of DGM(TMS) , and details of Interview Schedule for the post of DGM(TAFS).

Posted on 7th May'10

The result of written examination for the post of DGM(TMS/TAFS) held on 03.01.2010 has been declared.

“Please click here to see the List of Candidates who have qualified in the written Exam. of DGM(TMS/TAFS) held on 03.01.2010. Date & Venue of Interview shall be intimated shortly".

JAO:s Induction Training Phase-I (4 Weeks) for Dept. Candidates agianst 40% quota w.e.f. 14-06-2010( 2nd Batch)-inf. by ashokhindocha.M-9426201999

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NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELECOM FINANCE & MANAGEMENT
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No.NATFM/8-60/JAO (Deptl) Ind.Trg./2009-10 Dated 25 -05-2010.
Sub:-JAO’s Induction Training Phase-I (4 weeks) for Departmental candidates
against 40% quota from 14.06.2010 (2nd Batch) .

It has been decided to impart 4 weeks Phase-I training to Departmental candidates (40% quota) from 14-06-2010. Accordingly a list of 426 candidates is enclosed as Annexure. The name of the Training Centre(s) allotted to candidates is shown against each.

The Inter-se-seniority of Departmental JAOs is to be fixed based on the overall performance/marks obtained by the candidates in all the Three Phases of Induction Training. Accordingly all the RTTCs / CTTCs are requested to send full details in respect of the performance/marks obtained by the candidates to the CGM NATFM, Hyderabad for further necessary action/consolidation.

Other Terms and Conditions issued by SEA section from time to time may be followed. It may also be ensured that no vigilance/disciplinary case is pending or being contemplated against the candidates before relieving them for training. Such cases, if any, may be brought to the notice of this office for information.

All concerned are requested to relieve the candidates in time to enable them to reach the Training Centre on the Schedule date.


(M.R.Nagaraj)
Dy. General Manager (TC&Admn)
O/o CGM NATFM, Hyderabad-32.
Telephone No. 040-23006552.
Encl: As above.
Copy to:
The Director (Finance), BSNL, HQ, New Delhi for kind information.
CGM, BRBRAITT, Jabalpur for information,
GM (FP), CO, BSNL, New Delhi for information
CGMT/IFA, of all Circles for information and necessary action pl.
5) to 16).Principal/DGM, TM RTTCs, as enclosed in the list.
17) Manager (SEA), BSNL HQ, New Delhi for information and further necessary
action.
Manager (Trg.Fin), BSNL HQ, New Delhi for information,


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BSNL - a carcass - surrounded by vultures trying to extract their pound of flesh.

PM’s efforts to revive BSNL derailed on expected lines – Progressive reforms of Pitroda virtually dumped.

While Hon’ble PM would be a little disappointed to find his sincere efforts at revival of BSNL not bearing fruits, Sam Pitroda would not be even a bit for he knew pretty well that, come what may, his reforms, even the progressive ones, would be jeopardized. He knew fully well how political masters, bureaucracy, and, to say the least, BSNL board, would respond to his revival plans. We too were more or less sure that a systematic campaign to derail the revival plans would immediately start after the submission of the report, and no rational person genuinely and sincerely concerned at revival of BSNL is at all astonished to find a formidable anti Pitroda opinion coming into force instantaneously and the report gathering dust.

Look at the performance of judges in DOT taking a final call on the report – those who miserably failed to deliver in highly potential circles, both qualitatively and quantitatively, and, ironically, are occupying positions of eminence in telecom commission just because of non existence of even a mediocre performance evaluation mechanism in BSNL. They failed to deliver as leaders in potential Circles because of complete lack of perspective, decision making capabilities and capacity, vision, leadership qualities and what not. And Pitroda knew that his report would be evaluated by this stuff only, stuff that just does not know what present era of telecom is and how to step into this world.

Political interference also expectedly took its toll. Officers of BSNL entrusted with the job of evaluating feasibility of adopting Managed Capacity and Managed service models in BSNL were summarily asked to pack their bag and baggage because they tried to look at the whole issue of procurement in a positive frame, and in the best interests of BSNL, without getting influenced and bogged down by vendor considerations. These upright officers forgot for a moment that they were evaluating a mechanism in an Organization driven by vendors, and naturally had to pay for such a lapse. Crucial procurement reform of managed capacity and services is thus consigned to flames by forcing these officers to take asylum. We have seen this happening in 2007 also when another upright officer also dealing with procurement of GSM was axed and have had to leave the organization. BSNL management never had the spine to defy and confront political diktats, nor will they have in future. That is where Pitroda feels the necessity of handing over the reins of BSNL to a towering and eminent personality having the audacity to tell political masters to keep their hands off from the affairs of BSNL in a manner late Subhir Raha who is today a model of CPSU leadership did and took SAIL to new horizons of glory.

Secy/DOT in his capacity as the head of bureaucracy in DOT and member of the committee has an incumbent and fundamental responsibility to push through the reforms and not get bogged down by opinion and considerations of those having virtually no vision to look at the new world of telecom and nothing at stake. In his capacity as member of the Committee he should be conscious of the basic fact that he stands committed to taking hard initiatives and tough decisions for successful implementation of the badly needed reforms. Pitroda and Deepak parekh luminaries in their respective fields firmly hold the opinion that BSNL is gasping for its last breath, and putting it on ventilator in an ICU like deciding to procure 5.5 m GSM lines is only going to delay its final burial. Its revival needs imminent drastic surgery, and that means quickest implementation of radical reforms.

PM’s serious and timely initiative of restoring the health of Country’s pride Company cannot be defeated on the flimsy grounds of this and that, DPE and PESB, and all that is irrelevant when it comes to competing in a market driven economy, and that too in a sector that is witnessing fiercest and unprecedented competition. That is what has prompted PM to ask a man of qualitative eminence in telecom to step in and come out with a comprehensive blueprint. Having come out with a roadmap, PMO should directly either step in to oversee the implementation of revival plans or else ask Pitroda and Deepak parekh to get totally involved in implementation process. Otherwise, BSNL, the carcass that it is at the moment, would continue to be hounded by vested interests of all kinds, each trying to extract his pound of flesh till it is reduced to a complete skeleton.

28th May 2010Meeting with Secy/DOT on 26th May,2010.

Com V.A.N.Namboodiri,President/BSNL EU,Com Abhimanyu,GS/BSNL EU,Com Prahlad Rai,GS/AIBSNL E,GS & AGS, Com A. Khan, met Secy/DOT and discussed following issues.

A) Procurement of 10 m GSM lines as decided in the meeting with MOC&IT: We reminded Secy/DOT about the commitment made in this regard recently and took strong exception to short term measures of BSNL Management to procure just 5.5 m lines when the sector is growing at 20 m lines per month. We pleaded with him to intervene to get in place a viable and quick procurement mechanism in BSNL. However, Secy/DoT said that procurement policy is a matter for BSNL to decide and DOT is unlikely to intervene in this process. When we pointed how how and in what capacity M(T)/TC has been entrusted with the job of deciding procurement issues of BSNL, Secy/DOT was quite unconvincing. Finally, secy/DOT asked us to hammer out this issue with BSNL management.
B) Revision of Pension: Secy/DOT clearly informed that it is not possible to work out mechanism for increase in pension on IDA since the rules of the government do not permit such a revision. Despite our firm pleading that it is possible to built in such provisions, Secy/DOT maintained his ground and informed that a mechanism for quantifying the increase in pension equivalent to CDA is being worked out and very shortly a Cabinet note on these lines will be sent.
C) ITS absorption: Even though Secy/DOT informed that positive action is being taken to resolve the issue, yet he asserted that he simply cannot repatriate ITS officers and leave BSNL high and dry. When we reminded Secy/DoT that administrative ministry has to enforce the decision of government on Its absorption, Secy maintained that it will be done. When we pointed out that BSNL should immediately recruit 300-400 officers at the SAG level from IITs/IIMs, he said we must hammer out this with CMD and Director(HRD), and if they mean business this can be done quickly. He advised us to discuss this issue only with CMD and Director(HRD) only, and assured us that if BSNL board decides to recruit officers at SAG level directly, DOT will not come in their way.
However, as far as SNEA(I) is concerned, we find Secy/DOT not as much serious and committed to resolve the issues as he sounded in the meeting with MOC&IT. Generally, we found him to be evasive and non committal. We shall have to very closely monitor developments on these important issues of viability of BSNL and maintain complete Organizational preparedness to get them resolved as quickly as possible and to our satisfaction.
28th May 2010Meeting with Director (HRD) on 26th May 2010. Issues relating to MH(Amravati), Rajasthan and Orissa were discussed. We also emphasized that tenure of the officers posted in LEH & SRINAGAR whose orders were issued before declaring LEH and SRINAGAR as one year tenure, should also be considered as one year only . Director HRD assured that the same will be considered as a special case.

26th May 2010 Highlights for the month of May '2010:

1. Promotion to STS (Regular): The process of regularization in STS against about 2730 posts has started after CMD cleared the proposal due to sustained and untiring efforts of the United forum of BSNL executives, thus paving the way for implementation of BSNL MS RRs finalized because of committed and relentless efforts of United forum o BSNL executives. For the first time in the history of erstwhile DOT and BSNL, such a remarkable breakthrough has been achieved due to strenuous and combined and focused pursuance by united forum of BSNL executives. Young Comrades can surely look forward to becoming GMs and above through the provisions of BSNL MS RRs in the days to come and that would be a matter of great pride for all of us. This achievement underlines the great importance of struggling together to resolve very complex issues which could not be addressed for decades together in DOT/BSNL. We yet again take this opportunity in conveying our deepest sense of gratitude to Director(HRD) for his total involvement to comprehensively resolve this issue by way of putting in place a sound mechanism of career growth for executives in the form o BSNL MS RRs.

2. DE to STS(adhoc): The case filed by a few comrades of J & K circle to stall adhoc DPC from SDE to STS in Hon'ble High Court of J & K has been dismissed on 20th May 2010. It is significant to mention here that because of combined impleadment of United forum of BSNL executives the case got dismissed, thus setting in motion process of holding of DPC for promotion to adhoc STS likely to be completed by the end of June, 2010.

3. ACP: Orders for extending the benefit of ACP on upgraded scale to the Executive cadres of Civil/ Architect/ Electrical/ Telecom Factory and CSS/CSSS etc issued vide 15-70/2007-pers.11dated 20th May 2010 after rigorous and painstaking efforts of the united form of BSNL executives.

4. JTO(T) to SDE(T) DPC:

a. The E/L is circulated by BSNL CO vide letter dated 28th April’10. Errors / Omissions have to be communicated to BSNLCO latest by 10.06.2010. ACRs for the years 2003-04 to 2007-08 has to be kept ready in the Circle office.

b. MH, NTR, UP(W), RAJ, WTR, WB, Jharkhand, Karnataka, A & N, NE-I, ETR, IT Pune, NCES and Kolkata Telephones Circles are yet to send the roster information pertaining to SDE(T). This information is urgently required in personnel Branch of BSNL CO, New Delhi. CSs are requested to pursue the matter in the respective Circles. This will help us in calculating the no. of vacancies for the year 2008-09 and 2009-10.

5. Adhoc JAG in Telecom(F): Adhoc JAG promotion order issued for 269 Executives in Telecom Finance wing issued vide order dated 28.4.10.

6. LDCE promotion to SDE(BW): Promotion orders for 64 no. of JTOs(Civil) to the post of SDE(Civil) under LDCE quota were issued by BW cell on dated 10th May 2010.

7. Draft New Norms in BSNL: Corporate Restructuring Branch of BSNL CO has circulated a draft proposal for deciding new Norms for creation of posts in the cadre of executives and non-executives in BSNL. The draft proposal envisages abolition of, 19000 JTO / JAO posts, 6500 SDE posts, 160 CAO posts and 70 DGM(F) posts and creation of additional 30 SAG and 100 HAG posts. We out rightly condemn this diabolical move of the so called consultants (BCG) which is just mean to broaden the promotional avenues of ITS and killing the promotional avenues of JTOs which constitute the real backbone of the Organzation. The proposal is not only irrational but tries to build an inverse cadre pyramid hitherto unknown to experts involved in meticulous manpower planning, deployment and it optimum utilization. A vigorous campaign against so called BCG consultants is called for to defeat their hidden agenda lock, stock and barrel. We shall have to maintain utmost organizational preparedness to defeat such sinister moves. Detailed response to the draft proposal, even though not required shall be submitted very shortly.

8. Update on 78.2% IDA: A committee under the Chairmanship of Sh. S.D.Kapoor, ED/Finance, with GM(SR) and GM(Estt.) as members, has been constituted to examine and decide on the issue of merger of 9.4% in accordance to orders of DPE. The committee has been directed by CMD to finalize its report in a time bound manner.

9. ITS absorption: Cabinet notes on issues of ITS absorption and pension revision in final stages before being sent to the nodal ministries for their opinion.

26th May 2010 4th Circle Conference of Chennai on 18 th /19 th May, 2010:

SNEA(I) Chennai held its IV Circle Conference at 'Infosys Hall' on 18-19 May 2010.On 18th May 2010 Com. M.H Gombi, AGS, inaugurated delegate session. Com Sebastian AGS addressed the delegates.In the evening a spectacular and brainstorming open session was inaugurated by Shri Kuldeep Goyal CMD BSNL. The theme of the open session was "SNEA(I) dedicates the year 2010 for BSNL growth and Development”. Other dignitaries who graced the unique open session were Sri A Subramanian, CGM Chennai Telephones, Sri Rajagopalan, Ex CMD MTNL, Dr Srinivasa Raghavan, ex Secy DOP, Sri Shantilal Pandya President Madras Merchants and Manufacturers Association along with GS, Com W Seshagiri Rao Veteran Comrade, Com S L Reddy, CHQ President, Com M. H Gombi, AGS, Com Sebastian AGS, Com. Rajan, Com H Muthu CHQ Treasurer, Com Asokan CS SNEA(I) TN, Com Jones Samuel Raj CS AIBSNLEA Chennai. Com M Munuswamy President welcomed all. Com S Venkataraman, CS, presented key note address. More than 600 comrades attended and the hug hall was simply overflowing.

Sri S. Rajagopalan in his address highlighted the importance of human resources and strongly opposed the move to send lakhs of BSNL employees out of BSNL and hiring manpower through outsourcing. He explained the constraints within which BSNL officers have to work and suggested giving freedom to BSNL Management to act and decide.

GS in his address profusely thanked CMD for helping in formulating progressive promotional policy and breaking the bottle neck in the promotional path of executives. He also thanked Director HRD who was instrumental in finalising the promotional policy based on our suggestions. He stressed the need for reforms at management level by quoting extensively Dr Chubey, an eminent CPSU expert. He highlighted the importance of some progressive recommendations of Sam Pitroda committee and highlighted the need of implementing progressive reforms urgently to bring BSNL out of serious crisis. He appealed to executives to focus on quality of service which alone will ensure growth and survival of BSNL. He appealed to CMD to decide the issue of additional IDA merger.

CMD in his address extensively highlighted the efforts he is taking to take BSNL towards right path and appealed to executives to give their best in improve quality of services and customer interface. He noted with concern the poor performance of Chennai Telephones recently in wireless segent and urged Chennai executives to work relentlessly to bring Chennai back on top. Dr Srinivasa Raghavan mesmerised the audience with his powerful and thought provoking address. Sri Shantilal Pandya appreciated the services provided to merchants of Chennai and requested to give more time for payment of bill from date of issue and also raised some other important issues of users.

The open session was indeed unique in many ways as it is the first Circle conference of Chennai attended by CMD and first time that many outside stalwarts addressed the open session. Com V. Sunder CWC Member proposed vote of thanks.

On 19th May 2010: GS addressed the delegate session and in his motivating address narrated the historical background of SNEA studded with challenges and struggle. He appealed to young comrades to join main stream and launch future struggles from formidable foundation of SNEA(I) to secure and fulfil their genuine career aspirations and ensure viability of BSNL. GS also appealed to young Comrades to relook at the important and crucial issue of consolidating unity of executives in a much wider perspective to meet future emerging fierce competitive challenges. Com N Chittibabu, Com A Shunmugasundararajan, Com Tamilvendhan were elected unanimously as President, Circle Secretary and Treasurer. Three BSNL recruited JTOs were elected as office bearers in the new Circle body.

Snaps of Open Session Photo 1 >>> Photo 2 >>> Photo 3 >>> Photo 4 >>> Photo 5 >>> Photo 6 >>> Photo 7 >>>

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25th May, 2010: Com V.A.N. Namboodiri, President/BSNL EU, Com Abhimanyu, GS/BSNL EU, Com Prahlad Rai, GS/AIBSNL EA and his other CHQ office bearers, GS and AGS, Com A.Khan, met CMD and had extensive discussions with him on following issues.

A) Procurement of 10 m GSM lines for Eastern and Northern regions: We strongly opposed the move of reducing procurement of GSM lines from 10 m as assured by MOC to 5m decided by BSNL board. When the sector is growing at such an unprecedented rate of about 20 m per month, deciding to procure 5m lines for Northern and Eastern region is just peanuts and reflects the outlook f the Management. We strongly pleaded that a comprehensive long term procurement policy should be decided by BSNL management instead of resorting to short cut and temporary procurement measures which are not going to help BSNL grow and compete. CMD assured that he would reexamine the whole issue in the context of assurance given by MOC to procure 10 m lines immediately.

B) Merger of 9.4% IDA: We reminded CMD that MOC very clearly directed BSNL Management not to resort to any discriminatory policy in the matter of payment between absorbed and unabsorbed employees, and, seen in that context, there is absolutely no need to constitute a committee to resolve the issue. The orders of DPE regarding payment of additional 9.4 % IDA in accordance to the orders of DPE should be straightaway implemented, we pleaded. However, after lot of discussion, CMD assured that he would direct the Chairman of the Committee to decide the issue in a time bound manner and ensure that it is resolved at the earliest.

C) IITS absorption and revision of Pension: CMD informed that as far as his knowledge goes, Cabinet note on both the issues is in final stages. However, CMD advised us to meet Secy/DOT to get exact information on the contents generally incorporated in the proposals on both the issues. We are trying to meet Secy/DOT to get exact information on these crucial issues.

25th May 2010 GS's tour of Kerala from 11th May to 16th May, 2010.

12th May, 2010: GS attended the Divisional working committee of Trivandrum SSA at 1500hrs at SNEA Bhavan and explained the landmark breakthrough in the promotional avenues of executives in BSNL., both functional and non functional. GS also highlighted strenuous efforts of the Association in streamlining the LDCE for promotion from JTO(T) to SDE(T) against about 5000 vacancies thus providing a fast track promotional avenue. Vacancies of 2009-10 also are included to raise the number of vacancies to about 5000. In the qualifying quota also vacancies for the year 2009-10 has also been included thus increasing the vacancies to about 2200 against 2/3rd quota. Regular promotion to 2700 STS posts also is in progress, GS had a very fruitful interaction with members of the executive and cleared all the doubts and queries about cadre related issues and the viability of BSNL. GS congratulated the Comrades of TVM SSA for their active participation in the April 20th strike especially at the Circle Head Quarters .

12/05/10 BSNL EU AIC at 1800hrs : The General Secreatry (SNEA(INDIA)atteneded the SEMINAR “ CHALLENGES FACED BY PSUs WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BSNL” in connection with the AIC of BSNLEU at Trivandrum and called upon the workers to be ready for continuous struggles for safeguarding the interest of our beloved Company and other PSUs in India. Com. Tapan Sen, M.P. and G S, CITU called upon the workers to continue sustained struggle against anti-worker policies of the Central Government and improve the quality of service in BSNL for getting popular support for struggle on issues of viability of BSNL.

Sh S.R. Kapoor, Executive Director (Finance), Sh K. S. Srinivasan, CGM, Kerala and also leaders of sister Associations/Unions, Com Prahlad Rai, Com V. Subburaman, Com. Suresh Kumar, Com K.K. Gopakumar, Com Siva Sankaran and others addressed the seminar. The seminar was inaugurated by Shri Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, Hon’ble Minister of Home & Tourism., Kerala Government

13/05/10 CEC Meeting : In the CEC meeting of Kerala held at Ernakulam the General Secretary explained in detail the importance of the agitation held on 20/05/10 against the policies of the GOI and a non-performing Management. He also indicated that such struggles of a more continuous nature would be required to safeguard the interest of our beloved Company. The General Secretary also explained in detail about how the discrimination suffered by the JTOs and Executives promoted there from since more than three decades. The breakthrough made in almost all cadre issues and pay scales have been achieved through sustained struggles. BSNL MS R/R has ended the misery of the Executive cadre changing the integration level from the constricted JTS gate to the JAG level. 30% fitment, 2005 JTOs’ pay anomaly, regular STS promotions, JAG promotions , LDCE for fast track promotions to young JTOs, MT recruitment for younger generation etc etc are few of the several achievements . E1A and E2A pay scales is perhaps the only major pending issue which is also being pursued with all the attention required, with positive breakthrough expected shortly.

General secretary stressed the need for educating all our members about the success on the various issues particularly after the formation of SNEA(India). General Secretary replied to all questions and queries of CEC members, Com Seshagiri Rao, AGS, Com M.H.Gombi and Jt Secy(S), Com Rajan, also addressed the CEC meeting.

14/05/10 at ERNAKULAM .1030HRS :THE SNEA BHAVAN CONSTRUCTED BY THE ENTHUSIASTIC COMRADES OF ERNAKUlAM SSA WAS INAUGURATED BY GS and Veteran Leader Com W. Seshagiri Rao. Com M.H. GOMBI. AGS, Com R. Rajan .Jt Sec. South and other Circle leaders were also present. The inaugural meeting was held at POC , Palarivattam , Kochi , under the Presidentship of Com T. Issac (Ex Jt Sceretary South ) Chairman, Building Committee, and a pioneer in formation of BSNLEA in KERALA Circle along with Com KD Sebastian. The report of the building construction was presented by Com George Verghese. Com P.L. Francis welcomed the audience.

Farewell to Com K.D Sebastin and other SNEA members of ENK SSA : The day was marked by an emotional farewell to Com K.D Sebastian our Circle President, who is superannuating from BSNL service on 31st May 2010. GS in a very candid narration explained the monumental contributions made by Com KD Sebastian to both BSNLEA and SNEA(India). He remembered how Com K D Sebastian played a very huge and vital role in building up the BSNLEA particularly during the initial difficult days as well as for the formation of unified SNEA at Kanyakumari and in his dignified and exemplary role as Kerala Circle President ever since. He was extremely helpful in the functioning of CHQ extending the most valuable assistance during the entire period. His efforts in streamlining and building up the Association in Kerala Circle and the country as a whole are more than praiseworthy. He is a man of extraordinary caliber, sincerity and uprightness. His courage and fearlessness to highlight and fight injustice and unfairness has been exemplary. The courage with which he stood up against the vindictive actions of the Administration particularly against highhandedness against our comrades in ALP SSA is beyond words. Com W.Seshagiri Rao, Com M.H. Gombi AGS, Com, R. Rajan, Jt. Sec South also shared similar sentiments along with other Circle and SSA leaders like Com N A Abraham, CS , Com T. Issac, Com George Varghese etc.

15.05.2010: Thanks giving function hosted by Com K D Sebastian: In a function organized and hosted by Com K D Sebastian on 15th May in YMCA Auditorium EKM the dais comprised of Sri. Charley Mathew GM MS, Sri. N. Haribabu, GM EKM SSA, Sri. Vinod Abraham GM MS, Sri B. Sunil Kumar GM MS along with our CHQ office bearers, GS, Com. W.Seshagiri Rao, Com. .M.H. Gombi, AGS, Com R. Rajan, Jt. Sec (S) and Prof Dr. S. Kannan, Head of the Dept of Chemistry, University of Calicut and Sri. Jojo Peter, GM Cochin Shipyard. An overflowing audience comprising of the friends and well-wishers of Com. K D Sebastian, all expressing their warmth and sincerity, was uncontrollably mammoth numbering around 1000, indicating the huge popularity enjoyed by our beloved Comrade. Representatives of the Association from all parts of the Circle attended with rare enthusiasm. All the GMs and other Speakers were unanimous in applauding the remarkable and exceptional achievements worked out by him on the official fronts. They were univocal in stating that he was instrumental in a very fast launch of 3G in Kerala Circle. His great contributions as DGM Plg. EKM SSA were also remembered with great fervor quoting the relevant statistics to support his unique performance. They also very enthusiastically stated that he never mixed official work with Association activities despite the splendid performance on both fronts. Our leaders were equally appreciative and stated that it was quite unparalleled for a DGM-ranked Officer to be a top leader of the Association. The exemplary skill with which he successfully balanced both without compromising either was an extraordinary act of brilliance. Our GS was quick to point out that the statements made by the GMs with all supporting stats were clear proof that a promoted officer could excel in high-ranking posts as well. <> <> <> <> <> <>

24th May 2010 Update on 78.2% IDA- It has been decided to form Committee headed by Shri S.R .Kapoor (ED) finance with Shri Shakeel Ahmed ,GM(SR) & Shri D.P De ,GM(Estt.) as members on the issue of 78.2% IDA from 01-01-2007

20th May 2010 We deeply mourn the sad demise of veteran Telecom trade union leader Comrade Moni Bose who valiantly led the struggle for securing and protecting the legitimate rights of Telecom workers in India. We convey our heartfelt condolences to the thousands and thousands of comrades of BSNL employees Union through out the country and the family members of late Com. Moni Bose. We pray to the Almighty for peace of the departed soul.

20th May 2010 ACP orders issued <>. Congratulations, to our comrades of Civil, Electrical, TF,CSS, Architecture etc. on the ultimate and well deserved victory.

20th May 2010 CONGRATULATIONS! THE CASE FILED BY A FEW COMRADES OF J & K CIRCLE TO STALL ADHOC DPC FROM SDE TO STS IN HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF J & K HAS BEEN DISMISSED. UNITED FORUM OF BSNL EXECUTIVES IMPLEADED IN THE CASE TO GET THE CASE DISMISSED.

19th May 2010 Pending information pertaining to SDE(T) roster: MH, NTR, UP(W), RAJ, WTR, WB, Jharkhand, Karnataka, A & N, NE-I, ETR, IT Pune, NCES and Kolkata Telephones Circles are yet to send the roster information pertaining to SDE(T). This information is urgently required in personnel Branch of BSNL CO, New Delhi. CSs are requested to pursue the matter in the respective Circles.

19th May 2010 In Agra, & Noida SSAs of UP(W) circle, a good no. of JTOs and SDEs have joined SNEA(I). They along with our CS, UP(W) met our GS at New Delhi on 10th May '10 and apprised of their grievances like pending E1A/ E2A Payscales, EPF, first TBP in four years, matters relating to LDCE etc. GS welcomed them and assured them of all possible help and directed our CS, UP(W) to resolve their grievances relating to Circle at Circle level also.

12th May 2010GS writes to Shri. T. K. A. Nair, Principal Secretary to Hon Prime Minister for swift action to bring BSNL out of redundant PESB domain to facilitate induction of quality professionals at top in tune with recommendations of Pitroda – putting on hold selection of CMD/board directors through existing obsolete mechanism. <>

Performance of Circles during 2009-10 <
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Highest Lowest
H1 H2 H3 L1 L2 L3
Landline UP(W) UP(E) BIHAR WB AS CHG
GSM Mobile HP OR KRL J&K CHTD KOL TD
WLL GUJ UP(E) NE - II CHTD HR HP
Broadband KTK HP MP BIHAR UKD J&K
In land line sector only UP(W) and UP(E) Circle shown positive growth. During 2009-10: 15,15,871 land lines surrendered.

In WLL sector GUJ, UP(E), NE-II, MP, BIHAR, RAJ, UKD Circles met the target. CHTD(-100.16%), HR, HP, KRL, WB, KOL TD recorded negative growth. During 2009-10: 7,11,891 WLL connections provided. MP (2,10,848) Circle provided maximum connections -- Congratulations !

In GSM sector HP, OR, KRL, HR, NE-I, NE-II met the target. During 2009-10: 1,65,93,887 GSM connections provided. UP(E) (20,46,797), TN (12,17,668), BR (12,02,861), RAJ (11,91,791), KTK (11,62,790), KRL (10,78,666) Circles provided maximum connections -- Congratulations !!

In BB sector KTK, HP, MP met the target. During 2009-10: 18,18,510 BB connections provided. KTK(2,45,320), KRL (2,09,837), MH (1,98,161), TN (1,65,821), AP (1,56,450), GUJ(1,23,370), PB (1,00,438) Circles provided maximum connections -- Congratulations !!!

11th May 2010Assn met GM(Estt) and discussed the issues related to JTOs recruited from TTA cadre as departmental outsider. Their past service, leave, salary and TA/DA during training period instead of stipend, EPF etc has to be settled. Earlier we met Member (Services) and DDG(Estt) of DoT in this regard and requested to give suitable clarifications to the queries made by BSNL in the case of TTAs recruited by DoT. DOT has already replied positively to the queries as we requested. Further Assn pursued the case with Estt and EF section of BSNL for issuing suitable directions to the field units. We requested GM(Estt) to issue the instructions immediately as the training for 2008 batch is already started. GM(Estt) assured that instructions will be issued shortly.

United Forum of BSNL Executives of Banglore TD successfully reached an agreement with the Management on implementation of transfer policy. Earlier UF served notice for trade union actions to the Management for the violation of settled Transfer policy. Congratulations to the Comrades of BGTD, Com R B Joshi, D/S BGTD, Com S B Nagavi, CS/KTK, Com M H Gombi, AGS.

Congratulations to all !!! Pay revision agreement signed and orders issued on 07.01.2010 for Non Executives' w.e.f 01.01.07.
08th May 2010 A meeting of SNEA(I), ERP District Branch at Ghaziabad was held on 6th May 2010. This was arranged in coordination with the our ALTTC Branch at Ghaziabad. The main agenda of the arranging the meeting was to listen to the grievances of the Comrades who have joined in ERP project from all corners of the country and are plagued by all sorts of problems relating to logistics, lack of proper amenities etc. The meeting was chaired by Com. Verma, President of ALTTC District and attended by AGSs Com. Khan & Sebastin, Com. G.K.Das, CS BSNLCO, Com. A.K.Jha, District Secretary ALTTC, Com. Sanjay Bishnoi Ex- CS, JTOA(I) UP & Com. Swarnkar, DS, AIBSNLEA, ERP(Ghaziabad).

The CHQ office bearers took note of the problems faced by the comrades of ERP and assured of all possible help. It was also emphasized that all possible steps should be undertaken to make this ambitious ERP project a big success. The comrades at ERP were also apprised of day to day developments taking place at CHQ level. Com. Pramod Sharma (9412714949), Com. Bhagat Ram (9412780055), & Com. Ashok Kumar were unanimously elected as District President, District Secretary & District Treasurer respectively. Com. Bhagat Ram elaborately touched all the problems relating to ERP project & requested all the POC sites to send the data as per the templates at the earliest to ERP data Centre Ghaziabad in order to complete the project in time.

08th May 2010Meeting with GM (Pers): GS aong with both AGSs met GM(P) on 07.05.10 and discussed: 1) Regular promotion to STS (Telecom): Since ACRs are already collected from the Circles, we requested to complete the DPC at the earliest. GM(P) assured that immediately on the receipt of fresh VC, DPC will be held and promotion orders will be issued for all the posts.

2) JTO(T) to SDE(T) promotion under seniority quota: All India Eligibility list is published. ACRs called for conducting the DPC for the vacancy year 2008-09 and the process will be completed by July. Assn demanded the inclusion of 2009-10 vacancy also so that DPC in JTO to SDE cadre will become current. After detailed discussion it is decided to include the vacancy for the year 2009-10 also. For this ACR for the year 2008-09 also will be called for.

3) Pending request transfers in the cadre of SDE / DE: We requested to consider all the remaining request transfers in SDE / DE cadres. GM(P) assured that remaining cases will be reviewed next week and orders will be issued.

Promotion from JTO(C) to SDE(C) under LDCE quota: Competent authority cleared the promotion orders and sent the file back to PGM (Civil). Orders are expected shortly.


07th May 2010We are extremely grateful to respected CMD/BSNL for clearing the proposal of regular promotion to about 2500 regular STS posts in accordance to BSNLMS RR. We are also equally thankful to Dir(HRD) for issuing instruction to GM (Pers) to expedite entire process of regularization .

Congratulations !!! The fruits of BSNLMS RR have started getting visible with this important step.

07th May 2010Order of removal of ACP anomaly likely to be issued within a couple of days since respected CMD/BSNL has approved the file.It has to be extended to all similarly placed cadres,in addition to those which were considered and recommended by the committee.

Congratulations ! After long tiring efforts, the case is settled.

06th May 2010SNEA(I) condemns the action of DOT by creating last minute hurdles by imposing unwarranted and highly ambiguous pension riders on the wage revision of non executives of BSNL and thus stalling issuing of orders on their wage revision. SNEA(I) extends complete support for the organisational actions by Non-Executives <>

ACP Issue: It is reliably learned that the ACP file marked to Finance by DIR(HR) is sent to ED(Fin) with positive note by Finance.

05th May 2010GS met CMD, BSNL on 5th May, 2010:
GS had a one to one meeting with CMD lasting over 45 minutes in which, besides other issues, major issues of improving the financial performance of BSNL were discussed. CMD is of the firm view that BSNL should immediately adopt managed services model since it is already adopted by all service providers and its adoption by BSNL will give it a strategic edge in terms of enhancing its revenues by about 10% without really impacting the workforce involved in maintenance of GSM services. Extremely poor maintenance of GSM network has lead to deterioration of quality of services and adoption of managed services model will undoubtedly improve quality of services, CMD maintained. There is a drastic need for BSNL to embrace sweeping reforms in terms of restructuring of the entire set up to make it responsive to the emerging competitive challenges, CMD feels. Trade unions in BSNL need to revisit their existing stand on various crucial issues so as to make BSNL a vibrant business model, CMD is of the firm opinion, and further mentioned that BSNL should get freedom from bureaucratic red tape of DOT, CVC, CAG etc whose unwarranted interference from time to time has greatly impeded the growth of BSNL by not allowing it to take policy decisions relating to business. Most of the time of BSNL management is consumed because of uncalled for interference from these agencies. GS, while broadly endorsing the views of CMD on quick implementation of progressive reforms, made it abundantly clear to CMD that non resolution of absorption issue of ITS is one of the major reasons for its extremely dismal performance and strongly pleaded with him to take very swift action to recruit DGMs and MTs so that BSNL starts the process of having a management entirely belonging to the Company in due course of time. GS also categorically informed CMD that ITS officers are intentionally derailing the efforts to induct middle level management belonging to BSNL so that they continue to blackmail DOT in the event of their repatriation to DOT.

Besides following issues were discussed.

A) Payment of IDA @ 78.2% wef 01.01.2007: CMD said he holds a very positive opinion on settling this issue. However, some kind of mechanism could be worked out to reduce the impact of this increase on finances of BSNL. GS requested CMD to direct the concerned officers to immediately initiate a discussion on this issue with the concerned Associations/Unions so as to reach a consensus. CMD assured very soon serious discussions on this issue would commence and expressed optimism that some kind of mutually acceptable settlement is possible on this issue.

B) Regularization of 2500 adhoc STS: We informed CMD that the issue is being unnecessarily delayed and the entire effort of finalization of BSNL MS R/Rs is getting defeated. However, CMD informed that the entire process of regularization of Adhoc STS would be completed very soon in view of latest clarification received from DOT on the issue, and directed Director(HRD) to immediately start the process of regularization.

C) Recruitment of DGMs/MTs: We informed CMD how the process of recruitment of DGMs and MTs is being deliberately derailed by finalizing eligibility conditions in such a manner so as to give scope to people to go to Courts to stop the process. However, CMD informed that a committee to expedite the process of recruitment of DGMs/MTs and other connected issues has been constituted. We requested CMD to include the representatives of the concerned Associations to break the stalemate. CMD readily agreed to include representatives of concerned Associations in the committee to expeditiously sort out the issues.

05th May 2010GS writes to Secreatry, DoT on Procurement of obsolete cordect technology by BSNL – seeking his personal intervention for taking appropriate action as directed by CVC on our complaint. <>
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Friday, May 28, 2010

BSNLEU-TEPU Union Latest News-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-9426201999

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400 cases of compassionate appointment approved by BSNL Hqrs high power committee. Orders shortly. Details see National Council Page

Standing Committee of National Council discussed issues including Pay scale up gradation for Sr TOA/TM, ACP of TA, TSM Regularisation etc. Go to National Council Page for details

Committee headed by Sri.S R Kapoor Executive Director (Finance)constituted to examine and decide 78.2% IDA merger has submitted its report. We have demanded immediate implementation as per strike agreement.

Additional Welfare grant of Rs.60.50 Lakhs to Circle Welfare Boards sanctioned. Details in News page

BSNL circulate the consolidated instructions on JTO seniority - Visit Orders page

தலைப்பு செய்திகள்

கருணை அடிப்படையிலான பதவி நியமன வேண்டுகோள் விண்ணப்பங்களில் 400 விண்ணப்பங்களுக்கு பி எஸ் என் எல் உயர்மட்டக்குழு ஏற்ப்பு அளித்துள்ளது. உத்திரவு விரைவில் வெளியாகும்,

தேசீய கவுன்சில் நிலைக்குழு சீனியர் டிஏஓ/டிஎம் ஊதிய நிலை உயர்வு, டெலிகாம் அகவுண்ட் ஏசிபி, டிஎஸ்எம் பதவி நிரந்தரம் போன்ற பிரச்சனைகளை விவாதித்து முடிவு கண்டுள்ளது. விபரங்கள் நேஷனல் கவுன்சில் (National Council) பக்கத்தில்

திரு.எஸ் ஆர் கபூர், எக்ஸிக்யூடிவ் டைரக்டர்(நிதி) அவர்கள் தலைமையிலான குழு 78.2% விலைவாசிப்படி இணைப்பு பற்றி அறிக்கையை அளித்துள்ளது. வேலைநிறுத்த உடன்பாட்டின்படி 78.2% இணைப்பை அமல் படுத்த நாம் வலியுறுத்தியுள்ளோம்.

மாநில நல வாரியங்களுக்கு (Circle welfare Boards) ரூபாய் 60.50 லட்சம் கூடுதல நிதி உதவி. விபரங்கள் செய்திகள் பக்கத்தில்.

ஜேடிஓ சேவைநிலை (seniority) குறித்த விளக்கம் - உத்திரவு பக்கம்

मुख्य समाचार

बीएसएनएल मुख्यालय उच्च शक्ति समिति द्वारा 400 अनुकंपा नियुक्ति की अनुमोदित . शीघ्र ही आदेश . विवरण राष्ट्रीय परिषद पृष्ठ में

राष्ट्रीय परिषद की स्थायी समिति सीनियर TOA / TM के वेतन उन्नयन,टेलीकाम अकवुण्ट्स के एसीपी, टीएसएम नियमन सहित आदि मुद्दों पर चर्चा की. जानकारी राष्ट्रीय परिषद पेज में.

श्री. एस.आर. कपूर कार्यकारी निदेशक (वित्त) की अध्यक्षता की समिती 78.2% आईडीए विलय पर अपनी रिपोर्ट प्रस्तुत की है. हडताल समझौते के मुताबिक तत्काल लागू करने की मांग हम रखे है

Rs.60.50 लाख रुपए की अतिरिक्त कल्याण, सर्किल कल्याण बोर्डों को अनुदान मंजूर .विवरण हींदी न्यूज पेज में

JTO वरिष्ठता पर समेकित निर्देश - आर्डर्स पेज में आदेश की प्रति

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

JAO Part-II Dept. Candidate 40% Quota-Traing Shedule w.e.f. 14-06-2010 for 4 weeks Training Shedule-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-9426201999

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JAO Part-II Dept. Candidate Training Shedule w.e.f. 14-06-2010
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1 ANNEXURE
2 S.NO. NAME OF THE CANDIDATE
SHRI/SMT ROLL NO. CIRCLE TRAINING CENTRE ALLOTTED
3 1 LAXMI NARAYAN PAREEK MP/JAO-II / 09/ 685 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
4 2 RAKESH SHARMA MP/JAO-II / 09/ 636 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
5 3 PRAMILA KASHYAP MP/JAO-II / 09/ 348 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
6 4 OM PRAKASH CHANDRAYAN MP/JAO-II / 09/ 704 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
7 5 SUNIL KUMAR RATHORE MP/JAO-II / 09/009 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
8 6 RAJESH KUMAR KHARE MP/JAO-II / 09/101 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
9 7 N D PARASWANI MP/JAO-II / 09/251 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
10 8 PRAMOD KUMAR AGNIHOTRI MP/JAO-II / 09/463 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
11 9 KIRAN BOHRE MP/JAO-II / 09/022 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
12 10 RAMA SHANKAR PANDEY MP/JAO-II / 09/491 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
13 11 LOKENDRA SINGH SIKARWAR MP/JAO-II / 09/113 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
14 12 SUSHMA MANDELIYA MP/JAO-II / 09/335 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
15 13 ARUN KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA MP/JAO-II / 09/112 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
16 14 SHYAM KUMAR SAILOR MP/JAO-II / 09/818 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
17 15 ASHOK DASHORA MP/JAO-II / 09/552 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
18 16 ALKA SHRIVASTAVA MP/JAO-II / 09/073 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
19 17 SADHANA JAIN MP/JAO-II / 09/084 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
20 18 ARADHANA CHOUHAN MP/JAO-II / 09/701 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
21 19 CHANDRA BALI RAJBHAR MP/JAO-II / 09/492 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
22 20 SANJAY HARIDAS MP/JAO-II / 09/330 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
23 21 KIRAN CHOUBEY MP/JAO-II / 09/338 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
24 22 SHARAD KUMAR GARG MP/JAO-II / 09/353 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
25 23 DINESH CHANDRA UPADHYAY MP/JAO-II / 09/668 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
26 24 LAXMI KHARAT MP/JAO-II / 09/755 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
27 25 SUBODH MEHRA MP/JAO-II / 09/772 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
28 26 K K SHRIVASTAVA MP/JAO-II / 09/501 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
29 27 A D BARMAIYA MP/JAO-II / 09/294 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
30 28 SHIV RAM YADAV MP/JAO-II / 09/822 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
31 29 SANJAY V BHAWALKAR MP/JAO-II / 09/033 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
32 30 R G YADAV MP/JAO-II / 09/811 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
33 31 MADHULIKA SHRIVASTAVA MP/JAO-II / 09/350 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
34 32 SAMEER KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA MP/JAO-II / 09/214 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
35 33 VINOD KUMAR JAIN MP/JAO-II / 09/683 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
36 34 SANJEEV KUMAR NEMA MP/JAO-II / 09/027 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
37 35 ANANDILAL GAGRANI MP/JAO-II / 09/689 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
38 36 RAM SWAROOP SAKET MP/JAO-II / 09/500 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
39 37 MOHAN LAL CHANDEL MP/JAO-II / 09/488 MP BRBRAITT, JBL
40
41 1 NANDAKUMAR U K CHT / 2009 / 541 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
42 2 PORCHELVI V CHT / 2009 / 550 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
43 3 USHA KRISHNAMURTHY CHT / 2009 / 327 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
44 4 BOOMA R CHT / 2009 / 324 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
45 5 CHAMPAKALAKSHMI KRISHNAN CHT / 2009 /349 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
46 6 VALLI SIVAKUMAR CHT / 2009 /371 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
47 7 PADMA SRINIVASAN CHT / 2009 /546 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
48 8 MAHALAKSHMI BHOOPALAN CHT / 2009 /209 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
49 9 INDIRA S CHT / 2009 /304 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
50 10 KARPAGAM SAINATH CHT / 2009 /615 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
51 11 JANAKI G CHT / 2009 /361 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
52 12 NAJMUDDEEN HUSSAIN K CHT / 2009 /360 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
53 13 BUVANESHWARI SIVAKUMAR CHT / 2009 /302 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
54 14 ROHINI VENKATA NARASAMMA P CHT / 2009 /325 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
55 15 MURALI M N CHT / 2009 /312 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
56 16 SAGAYA SHARMILA C CHT / 2009 /390 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
57 17 MADHUSUDANAN S CHT / 2009 /405 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
58 18 SRIKANTH V CHT / 2009 /353 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
59 19 BALAJI K P CHT / 2009 /363 CH. TD RTTC, CHENNAI
60 20 MEHARUNNISA M TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0263/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
61 21 K.ASOKAN TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0385/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
62 22 R.PANDI TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0403/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
63 23 KANNAN.K TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0617/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
64 24 SWAMINATHAN S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0631/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
65 25 SELVAM M TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0555/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
66 26 UMAMAHESHWARI B. TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0767/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
67 27 RAJA BHAKTHA SINGH S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0814/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
68 28 UMA MAHESWARI N TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0831/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
69 29 THAMOTHARAN S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/1055/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
70 30 M.MUNIYANDI TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0396/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
71 31 MURUGESAN T TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0517/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
72 32 PERIYASAMY R TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0880/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
73 33 S.KARUNAGARAN TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0063/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
74 34 MUTHUBALAPUSHKARANI.B TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0802/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
75 35 A.RANI TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0123/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
76 36 SELVAKUMAR.S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0230/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
77 37 HEMALATHA R TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0299/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
78 38 LALITHA K TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0256/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
79 39 JAYABHARATHI.M.K TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0339/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
80 40 PANNEERSELVAM S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0677/2009 TNT RTTC, CHENNAI
81 41 S. INDRANI ANTC/PB/JAO-40/PART-II/2009/08 A&N RTTC, CHENNAI
82 42 AMAL RAJAN ANTC/PB/JAO-40/PART-II/2009/01 A&N RTTC, CHENNAI
83 43 A. BHIMA RAO ANTC/PB/JAO-40/PART-II/2009/04 A&N RTTC, CHENNAI
84
85 1 T.MUTHKRISHNAN TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0071/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
86 2 A.SURESH KUMAR TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0420/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
87 3 SHUNMUGAVEL R TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0557/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
88 4 RADHAKRISHNAN A TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0881/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
89 5 RAJESWARI S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0538/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
90 6 PRASANNAKUMAR T TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0622/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
91 7 ELANGO J TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0786/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
92 8 C.KUMARI TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0046/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
93 9 VIJAYALAKSHMI.G TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0232/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
94 10 RAVIKARTHIKEYAN N TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0888/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
95 11 M.S.SUMATHY TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0075/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
96 12 M.SASIKALA TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0175/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
97 13 S.KAMALA DEVI TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0392/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
98 14 KANNAN N TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0498/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
99 15 RAJAKUMAR L TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0535/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
100 16 SWAMINATHAN M TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0459/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
101 17 MURALI V TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0514/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
102 18 KAVITHA E R TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0986/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
103 19 V.BALASUBRAMANIAN III TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0022/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
104 20 SAMPATH KUMAR A TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0229/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
105 21 V.MEENAL TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0395/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
106 22 DEVAKI R TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0850/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
107 23 LAKSHMI BASKAR TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0866/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
108 24 P.NEELADEVI TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0177/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
109 25 RAVEENDIRAN K.V TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0362/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
110 26 RAJENDRAN.M TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0227/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
111 27 BALAKRISHNAN N A TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0294/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
112 28 ANDIAPPAN A TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0474/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
113 29 ABDUL ALEEM A TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0633/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
114 30 P.R.LALITHA TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0210/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
115 31 SHASHIKALA ANN GHOSH(ABSENTEE IN I BATCH) TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0019/2009 TNT CTTC, CHENNAI
116
117 1 MEENAKSHI J TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0871/2009 TNT RTTC,TRIVANDRUM
118 2 SARAVANAN.R TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0629/2009 TNT RTTC,TRIVANDRUM
119 3 SELVARAJ.S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0688/2009 TNT RTTC,TRIVANDRUM
120 4 MURALI S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0873/2009 TNT RTTC,TRIVANDRUM
121 5 HEMALATHA A TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0857/2009 TNT RTTC,TRIVANDRUM
122 6 RADHIKA.R TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0623/2009 TNT RTTC,TRIVANDRUM
123 7 KASIVISWANATHA RAO S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0732/2009 TNT RTTC,TRIVANDRUM
124 8 SREEKALA K S KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1010 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
125 9 VINEETHA VIJAYAN KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1223 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
126 10 JAYANTHI K.K KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1239 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
127 11 USHA C KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1016 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
128 12 ROSAMMA BENNY KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1586 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
129 13 MANMADHAN M.V KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1415 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
130 14 VENKITESAN S KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1060 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
131 15 GEETHA R KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1017 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
132 16 PRASANNA K KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1468 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
133 17 LYSAMMA O OMMEN KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1006 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
134 18 SATHISH KUMAR. P KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1696 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
135 19 SUJITH K.K KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1618 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
136 20 SHAJI. T KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1562 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
137 21 PREMANAND T.M. KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1614 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
138 22 RADHA KRISHNAN N KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1031 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
139 23 VIMALA DEVI N.A KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1701 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
140 24 ACHUTHAN.E KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1573 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
141 25 SATHYALAKSHMI. C KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1496 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
142 26 ASHA DEVI . N.S. KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1690 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
143 27 MEERA D KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1022 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
144 28 SANTHA KUMARI THANKACHI KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1018 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
145 29 SEETHALEKSHMI R KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1074 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
146 30 PRABHA DEVI A KT/JAO PII/LICE 40%/2009/1014 KERALA RTTC, TRIVANDRUM
147
148 1 S.RAMACHANDRAN TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0060/2009 TNT RTTC,HYDERABAD
149 2 SHAIK HABEEB MOHIADDIN BASHA TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0282/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
150 3 BETTY LALITH MICHAEL TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0611/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
151 4 NOORJAHAN S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0934/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
152 5 A.PERIASAMY TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0035/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
153 6 VETRIVEL T TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0292/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
154 7 SUKANYA.V TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0373/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
155 8 P.ALAGU TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0384/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
156 9 S.GAJENDRAN TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0388/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
157 10 R.MALINI TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0195/2009 TNT RTTC, HYDERABAD
158 11 MINTU SARKAR ASM/JAO/PT-II/107 ASSAM RTTC, HYDERABAD
159 12 SAUMITRA KUMAR DAS ASM/JAO/PT-II/153 ASSAM RTTC, HYDERABAD
160 13 NABANITA DEKA ASM/JAO/PT-II/111 ASSAM RTTC, HYDERABAD
161 14 RANAJOY BHATTACHARJEE ASM/JAO/PT-II/133 ASSAM RTTC, HYDERABAD
162 15 POONAM SUNWAR ASM/JAO/PT-II/124 ASSAM RTTC, HYDERABAD
163 16 BHUPEN MALAKAR ASM/JAO/PT-II/038 ASSAM RTTC, HYDERABAD
164 17 SANJIT KUMAR MALAKAR ASM/JAO/PT-II/147 ASSAM RTTC, HYDERABAD
165 18 HARI CHARAN DAS ASM/JAO/PT-II/077 ASSAM RTTC, HYDERABAD
166 19 SARITA NAMBIAR CG/JAO-II/2009/128 CHHATTISGARH RTTC, HYDERABAD
167 20 T.GEETA CG/JAO-II/2009/107 CHHATTISGARH RTTC, HYDERABAD
168 21 D.P.DUBEY CG/JAO-II/2009/044 CHHATTISGARH RTTC, HYDERABAD
169 22 A.K.SANTHOSH CG/JAO-II/2009/015 CHHATTISGARH RTTC, HYDERABAD
170 23 LOK NATH JAISWAL CG/JAO-II/2009/143 CHHATTISGARH RTTC, HYDERABAD
171 24 VINOD SINGH TANDON CG/JAO-II/2009/150 CHHATTISGARH RTTC, HYDERABAD
172 25 ANAND KUMAR JTC/JAO/PART-II/2009/12 JHARKHAND RTTC, HYDERABAD
173 26 SANJAY KUMAR JTC/JAO/PART-II/2009/136 JHARKHAND RTTC, HYDERABAD
174 27 SHEO SHANKAR PD.SINGH JTC/JAO/PART-II/2009/152 JHARKHAND RTTC, HYDERABAD
175 28 KARUNA KAR KALINDI JTC/JAO/PART-II/2009/73 JHARKHAND RTTC, HYDERABAD
176 29 SUNIL KUMAR JTC/JAO/PART-II/2009/173 JHARKHAND RTTC, HYDERABAD
177 30 AJAY KUMAR-I JTC/JAO/PART-II/2009/06 JHARKHAND RTTC, HYDERABAD
178 31 SADHU CHARAN SWARNAKAR JTC/JAO/PART-II/2009/141 JHARKHAND RTTC, HYDERABAD
179 32 JYOTISH KUMAR VERMA JTC/JAO/PART-II/2009/69 JHARKHAND RTTC, HYDERABAD
180
181 1 NAGESH G BHAT KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/2237 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
182 2 SHAHEENA LIAQUAT KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1209 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
183 3 MALATHI G KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/2035 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
184 4 GEETHA K T KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1096 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
185 5 SARASWATHI RAM KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1202 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
186 6 SHANTHALAKSHMI K KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1211 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
187 7 SHANTA VIJAY KUMAR J KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1355 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
188 8 SADASHIV SHANKAREPPA HOSKERI KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1417 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
189 9 GEETA T BHAT KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1095 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
190 10 KRISHNANAND S NAIK KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1496 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
191 11 KISHORE FERNANDEZ KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/2031 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
192 12 MEENAXI PARIS MAHAJAN KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1302 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
193 13 SATHYAPPA A KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1607 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
194 14 BASAWARAJ S KATTIMANI KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1436 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
195 15 GEETHA C K KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/2150 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
196 16 JANAKI RAVINDRA R KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1108 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
197 17 LATHA PRIYA N KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1048 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
198 18 NEELA R PRASAD KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/2110 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
199 19 PRABHAVATHI RAMANNA DIXIT KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/2168 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
200 20 MEENA S KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1147 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
201 21 NIRMALA KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1163 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
202 22 ANTHONI KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1068 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
203 23 PARAMESWARI G KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1167 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
204 24 GURURANJAN ANAND KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1644 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
205 25 BHARATHI H KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/2009 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
206 26 SAGAYARAJ C KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1200 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
207 27 MUKAMBIKA K S KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/2211 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
208 28 MADHUKAR GAVADU PATIL KNT/JAO/PT-II/40%/2009/1299 KARNATAKA RTTC, MYSORE
209 29 DINAKARAN.S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0329/2009 TNT RTTC, MYSORE
210 30 ALICE MARY S TNT/JAO P-II/40%/0236/2009 TNT RTTC, MYSORE
211
212 1 AJAY SHREERAM AGASHE GJ/JAO-II/09/VDR/2533 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
213 2 C.A.JARIWALA GJ/JAO-II/09/SRT/2311 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
214 3 GAJJAR DIPAKKUMAR J GJ/JAO-II/09/CO/1564 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
215 4 N.D.PATEL GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1058 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
216 5 N.M.JANI GJ/JAO-II/09/CO/1557 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
217 6 J.D.LEUVA GJ/JAO-II/09/RJ/2236 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
218 7 J.L.PATEL GJ/JAO-II/09/MEH/1963 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
219 8 J.S.SHAH GJ/JAO-II/09/ELE/1706 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
220 9 D.V.RATPIYA GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1054 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
221 10 P.B.PATEL GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1179 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
222 11 K.V.PANCHAL GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1056 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
223 12 S.N.SIYONI GJ/JAO-II/09/NAD/2013 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
224 13 D.R.RANA GJ/JAO-II/09/SRT/2334 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
225 14 A.R.MISHRA GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1068 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
226 15 J.P. THARANI GJ/JAO-II/09/CIVIL/1652 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
227 16 P.D.UPADHYAY GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1013 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
228 17 R.J.PAREKH GJ/JAO-II/09/SRT/2351 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
229 18 R.G.PITHVA GJ/JAO-II/09/JND/1886 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
230 19 R.I.PARMAR GJ/JAO-II/09/ELE/1707 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
231 20 H.N.BHAVSAR GJ/JAO-II/09/VAL/2552 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
232 21 K.R.SHAH GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1040 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
233 22 R.N.ZALORIA GJ/JAO-II/09/RJ/2215 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
234 23 R.R.SOMAIYA GJ/JAO-II/09/RJ/2258 GUJARAT RTTC, NAGPUR
235 24 DESHPANDE SHRIKRISHNA PURUSHOTTAM MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2035 MHT RTTC, NAGPUR
236 25 SHENDE DHANESH MAHADEORAO MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3167 MHT RTTC, NAGPUR
237 26 MESHRAM S B MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3091 MHT RTTC, NAGPUR
238 27 A G SAHARE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3229 MHT RTTC, NAGPUR
239 28 ATRE C S MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3066 MHT RTTC, NAGPUR
240 29 R.R.KAMBLE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3152 MHT RTTC, NAGPUR
241 30 MOHAMMAD ATIK RAHMAN MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3174 MHT RTTC, NAGPUR
242
243 1 R.G.CHANDGADKAR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/4013 MHT RTTC, PUNE
244 2 CHOUDHARY K.R MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2186 MHT RTTC, PUNE
245 3 HRUSHIKESH CHANDRAKANT KESALE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3049 MHT RTTC, PUNE
246 4 KASTURE N.P. MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/6137 MHT RTTC, PUNE
247 5 REKHA A.KADLOOR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1036 MHT RTTC, PUNE
248 6 CELINA D. REDKAR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/5012 MHT RTTC, PUNE
249 7 ULHAS NAMDEV NAIK MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/5016 MHT RTTC, PUNE
250 8 M G REDEKAR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/5064 MHT RTTC, PUNE
251 9 HEMLATA VISHWAS GODBOLE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/6074 MHT RTTC, PUNE
252 10 D.S. SAVAIRAM MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2222 MHT RTTC, PUNE
253 11 SUDHA R NAIR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1140 MHT RTTC, PUNE
254 12 A.M.KHAMKAR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/4018 MHT RTTC, PUNE
255 13 R.A.DEASHMUKH MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3185 MHT RTTC, PUNE
256 14 BHASKAR VASANTRAO BHALE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/6063 MHT RTTC, PUNE
257 15 GITE BABAN VASANT MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1183 MHT RTTC, PUNE
258 16 BHAGODIA NEETA RAJESH MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2010 MHT RTTC, PUNE
259 17 RATHOR SATISH SHUBHAKARAN MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2145 MHT RTTC, PUNE
260 18 B.B.EKBOTE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2223 MHT RTTC, PUNE
261 19 CHAMPA J.DAS MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1172 MHT RTTC, PUNE
262 20 SANTOSH G.KHARE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1133 MHT RTTC, PUNE
263 21 S.P.PATIL MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/4066 MHT RTTC, PUNE
264 22 GAIKWAD SNEHLATA JAIPRAKASH MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3248 MHT RTTC, PUNE
265 23 VASEKAR GIRISH KHANDERAO MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/3237 MHT RTTC, PUNE
266 24 A.SUBHASHINI MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1250 MHT RTTC, PUNE
267 25 P.A.BHAVAD MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/4012 MHT RTTC, PUNE
268 26 P.T.SURKULE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1111 MHT RTTC, PUNE
269 27 R.V.CHIKODE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/4045 MHT RTTC, PUNE
270 28 V.D.JANGAM MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2212 MHT RTTC, PUNE
271 29 ANJALI G. GAWADE MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1022 MHT RTTC, PUNE
272 30 DNYANESHWAR MADHAVRAO PAWAR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/6072 MHT RTTC, PUNE
273 31 ANITA V.NAYAK MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1266 MHT RTTC, PUNE
274 32 S S DESAI MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/5050 MHT RTTC, PUNE
275 33 S.D.JADHAV MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/4111 MHT RTTC, PUNE
276 34 SANJITA SANTOSH PHALDESAI MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/5031 MHT RTTC, PUNE
277 35 PILLAI CHANDRIKA ANIL MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2132 MHT RTTC, PUNE
278 36 DAIMI S.N. MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/2199 MHT RTTC, PUNE
279 37 S.B.CHAVAN MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/4036 MHT RTTC, PUNE
280 38 S.P.KESARKAR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/4021 MHT RTTC, PUNE
281 39 KIRAN S. URBANI MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1005 MHT RTTC, PUNE
282 40 GANESH S.PAWAR MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/1026 MHT RTTC, PUNE
283 41 PORWAR SUSHAMA NAVALMAL(ABSENTEE IN I BATCH) MHT/JAO-II/40%/2009/6037 MHT RTTC, PUNE
284
285 1 KHAGESWAR MAJHI OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/034 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
286 2 PARESH CHANDRA PATRA OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/169 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
287 3 SUKANTA BEHERA OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/146 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
288 4 PRAVAKAR MAHANTA OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/071 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
289 5 ACHYUTANANDA NAYAK OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/267 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
290 6 LAXMIPRIYA BEHERA OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/190 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
291 7 DHARANIDHAR BISWAL OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/079 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
292 8 KHIROD KUMAR MOHARANA OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/273 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
293 9 DASARATHY SETHY OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/150 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
294 10 ANANTA KISHORE SAMAL OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/207 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
295 11 SUJATA MOHANTY OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/019 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
296 12 M.SUDHAKAR OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/117 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
297 13 JAGADISH PANDA OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/165 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
298 14 ARUP KUMAR PRADHAN OR/2009/JAO-II(40%)/227 ORISSA RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
299 15 PIJUSH KANTI RAY CT-246 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
300 16 LIPIKA GUHA CT-182 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
301 17 DIBYENDU PANIGRAHI CT-103 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
302 18 RITA CHATTERJEE CT-308 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
303 19 TARUN ROY CT-463 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
304 20 REETA CHAKRABORTY CT-305 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
305 21 TAMAL BHATTACHARYA CT-448 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
306 22 SUSMITA GHOSH CT-428 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
307 23 TARUN KR. MONDAL CT-461 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
308 24 ANUPAM DATTA CT-27 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
309 25 BISWAJIT BISWAS CT-72 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
310 26 PRASANTA MAJUMDER CT-257 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
311 27 SANKAR CHANDRA SARDAR CT-335 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
312 28 BARTA BISWAS CT-55 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
313 29 ASHIM CHOWDHURY CT-37 CALCUTTA PHONES RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
314 30 MAYANGLAMBAM SOMORENDRA SINGH CGMT/NE-II/JAO-II/09/1041 NE-II RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
315 31 KHUPNEICHUNG KARAOUNG CGMT/NE-II/JAO-II/09/1025 NE-II RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
316 32 K.GOUR MONI SINGH CGMT/NE-II/JAO-II/09/1004 NE-II RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
317 33 TUTAN DEY CGMT/NE-II/JAO-II/09/1047 NE-II RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
318 34 MOIRANGTHEM KOIRENG MEETEI CGMT/NE-II/JAO-II/09/1040 NE-II RTTC,BHUBANESHWAR
319
320 1 RAM PRASAD SANTRA WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/02/148 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
321 2 SK.ANISUL HAQUE WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/537 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
322 3 UTTAM KUMAR GAYEN WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/02/055 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
323 4 SHYAMALI ACHARJEE WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/292 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
324 5 CHANDAN BHATTACHARJEE WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/027 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
325 6 SWARNALI DASGUPTA WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/414 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
326 7 SUBRATA CHATTERJEE WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/164 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
327 8 BIRAJ MOHAN ROY WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/02/267 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
328 9 DEBASISH MAJUMDAR WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/413 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
329 10 LAKSHMI NARAYAN DAS WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/228 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
330 11 SUNIL KUMAR MONDAL WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/226 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
331 12 MD.NASHEEM AKHTER WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/165 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
332 13 SANTOSH KUMAR HALDER WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/02/249 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
333 14 DEBASISH DAS WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/105 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
334 15 SUBRATA CHATTERJEE WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/198 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
335 16 NIRMAL KUMAR ROY WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/080 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
336 17 BIPLAB BHATTACHARYA WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/007 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
337 18 ANJANA UPADHYAY(SAHA) WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/02/017 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
338 19 MD. MONSUR ALI WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/015 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
339 20 SUJOY KUMAR CHOWDHURY WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/108 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
340 21 RITA GOSWAMI WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/016 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
341 22 AJIT KUMAR BARMAN WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/02/386 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
342 23 BIDYUT CH.MANDAL WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/02/149 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
343 24 DHRITIMAN SEAL WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/136 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
344 25 SANJAYA KUMAR PANDEY WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/202 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
345 26 SIDDHARTHA ROKA WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/02/280 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
346 27 SAGAR CHANDRA BHUNIA WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/049 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
347 28 RUDRA BAHADUR CHETTRI WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/349 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
348 29 SANDIP BARMAN WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/398 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
349 30 RAM PRASAD DAS WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/230 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
350 31 MANTU BANDYOPADHYAY WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/083 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
351 32 MANI BHATTACHARJEE WBT/JAO-II(40%)/2009/01/265 WBT RTTC,KALYANI
352
353 1 KAMAL KISHORE HTC/JAO-II/C/2009/110 HARYANA CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
354 2 BALKESHWAR RAM HTC/JAO-II/C/2009/30 HARYANA CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
355 3 BAL KISHAN HTC/JAO-II/C/2009/26 HARYANA CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
356 4 PARAS KUMAR SRIVASTAB NTR/JAO-II/2009/68 NTR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
357 5 SANJAY KUMAR SINHA NTR/JAO-II/2009/50 NTR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
358 6 JAMES SCOTT EDWARDS NTR/JAO-II/2009/95 NTR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
359 7 RAMESHWAR PRASAD RAIGAR JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0805 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
360 8 RAM CHANDRA YADAV JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0739 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
361 9 SHAMBHU DAYAL AGARWAL JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0868 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
362 10 KANTI SHARMA JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0405 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
363 11 JEET RAJ RAO JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0360 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
364 12 RUKMA NAND GOYAL JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0829 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
365 13 VINAY KUMAR GAUR JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0991 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
366 14 CHANDANA RAM PARMAR JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0155 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
367 15 MADAN LAL BANSAL JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0464 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
368 16 SHIV SHANKAR JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0904 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
369 17 DEVENDRA KUMAR SHARMA JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0199 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
370 18 PRAMOD KUMAR SHARMA JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0658 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
371 19 SHANKAR LAL MALI JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0875 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
372 20 RAJKARAN SINGH SONGARA JAO-40%/JAN 2010/RT-0726 RAJASTHAN CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
373 21 MOTI LAL RAI BR/JAO Part-II/09/1162 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
374 22 NASIM AHMAD ANSARI BR/JAO Part-II/09/1168 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
375 23 PARMANAND KUMAR BR/JAO Part-II/09/1187 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
376 24 PURUSHOTTAM KUMAR BR/JAO Part-II/09/1197 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
377 25 RAJESH KR .SHARMA BR/JAO Part-II/09/1210 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
378 26 SANJAY KUMAR SINGH BR/JAO Part-II/09/1251 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
379 27 SANJAY SINGH BR/JAO Part-II/09/1255 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
380 28 SATISH CHANDRA SRIVASTAVA BR/JAO Part-II/09/1263 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
381 29 UDAY SHANKAR BR/JAO Part-II/09/1317 BIHAR CTTC,KURUKSHETRA
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383 1 NIPUN HRD/JAO-II/2009/1199 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
384 2 PAWAN KUMAR HRD/JAO-II/2009/1209 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
385 3 SUMAN NAYYAR HRD/JAO-II/2009/0906 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
386 4 RAJ KUMAR-II HRD/JAO-II/2009/0651 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
387 5 SULEKHA HRD/JAO-II/2009/0902 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
388 6 MANJEET SINGH SETHI HRD/JAO-II/2009/1084 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
389 7 RAJINDER PAL SINGH HRD/JAO-II/2009/1220 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
390 8 VIRENDRA PAL CHAUHAN HRD/JAO-II/2009/1275 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
391 9 HARVINDER KAUR HRD/JAO-II/2009/0285 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
392 10 RANI HRD/JAO-II/2009/0723 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
393 11 AMARJIT SINGH HRD/JAO-II/2009/1114 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
394 12 RAJ RANI HRD/JAO-II/2009/0654 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
395 13 RAMLA SHARMA HRD/JAO-II/2009/0720 PUNJAB RTTC,RAJPURA
396 14 BANSI LAL KHAR JKT/JAO-II/09/25 J&K RTTC,RAJPURA
397 15 RAJESH RAWAL JKT/JAO-II/09/13 J&K RTTC,RAJPURA
398 16 DIKSHIT PRAKASH HPT-2009/ICE/JAO PART-II(40%QUOTA)/1135 HP RTTC,RAJPURA
399 17 DHARMENDER KUMAR CHANDEL HPT-2009/ICE/JAO PART-II(40%QUOTA)/1006 HP RTTC,RAJPURA
400 18 ANIL KUMAR SHARMA HPT-2009/ICE/JAO PART-II(40%QUOTA)/1083 HP RTTC,RAJPURA
401 19 RAJESH KUMAR HPT-2009/ICE/JAO PART-II(40%QUOTA)/1190 HP RTTC,RAJPURA
402 20 KHEM RAJ HPT-2009/ICE/JAO PART-II(40%QUOTA)/1128 HP RTTC,RAJPURA
403 21 YOG RAJ HPT-2009/ICE/JAO PART-II(40%QUOTA)/1161 HP RTTC,RAJPURA
404 22 RAJESH KUMAR HPT-2009/ICE/JAO PART-II(40%QUOTA)/1191 HP RTTC,RAJPURA
405 23 N.M.JOSHI GJ/JAO-II/09/SEN/2416 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
406 24 S.A.MALEK GJ/JAO-II/09/NAD/2042 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
407 25 R.D.KABRAWALA GJ/JAO-II/09/SRT/2312 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
408 26 S.N.SHAH GJ/JAO-II/09/SRT/2316 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
409 27 S.P.MAKWANA GJ/JAO-II/09/CO/1577 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
410 28 P.P.JOSHI GJ/JAO-II/09/RJ/2222 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
411 29 RAJSHREE PRASAD KULKARNI GJ/JAO-II/09/VDR/2509 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
412 30 VIJAYKUMAR SURESHCHANDRA PAREKH GJ/JAO-II/09/VDR/2512 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
413 31 B.S.PARMAR GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1178 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
414 32 K.N.PRAJAPATI GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1139 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
415 33 GHANSHYAMBHAI MOHANBHAI PATEL GJ/JAO-II/09/VDR/2515 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
416 34 V.B.RAVAL GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1114 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
417 35 A.A.CHAMDIYA GJ/JAO-II/09/MEH/1962 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
418 36 S.R.PADHIYAR GJ/JAO-II/09/PNP/2079 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
419 37 D.B.PATEL GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1136 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
420 38 R.B.JOSHI GJ/JAO-II/09/HMR/1786 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
421 39 P.A. CHRISTIE GJ/JAO-II/09/NAD/2018 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
422 40 S.A.CHAUDHARI GJ/JAO-II/09/SRT/2303 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
423 41 CHETNA JAYANTKUMAR PANDYA GJ/JAO-II/09/VDR/2498 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
424 42 R.A. KUMBHARE GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1126 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
425 43 B.B.BHATT GJ/JAO-II/09/ATD/1037 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
426 44 L.S.GANGWANI GJ/JAO-II/09/BHUJ/1480 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
427 45 A.K.HINDOCHA GJ/JAO-II/09/RJ/2257 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
428 46 M.J.MIRANI GJ/JAO-II/09/RJ/2247 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
429 47 R.H. PANCHAL GJ/JAO-II/09/PNP/2099 GUJARAT RTTC,RAJPURA
430 48 NIRAJ KUMAR GUPTA UPW/JAO-II/40%Quota/2010/471 UP(W) RTTC,RAJPURA
431 49 ANJU PRAJAPATI UPW/JAO-II/40%Quota/2010/342 UP(W) RTTC,RAJPURA
432 50 SUNAHA PAL SINGH UPW/JAO-II/40%Quota/2010/610 UP(W) RTTC,RAJPURA
433 51 PUSHKAR VARSHNEY UPW/JAO-II/40%Quota/2010/111 UP(W) RTTC,RAJPURA
434 52 RAJVEER SINGH RAWAT UAL/JAO-II/40%/2009/102 UTTARANCHAL RTTC,RAJPURA
435 53 DEO NARAYAN VERMA UAL/JAO-II/40%/2009/23 UTTARANCHAL RTTC,RAJPURA
436 54 RAJKUAMRI GAUR UAL/JAO-II/40%/2009/100 UTTARANCHAL RTTC,RAJPURA
437 55 SUNIL KUMAR GUPTA NTR/JAO-II/2009/67 NTR RTTC,RAJPURA
438 56 DEEPAK KUMAR KAPOOR NTR/JAO-II/2009/94 NTR RTTC,RAJPURA
439 57 RAMESH CHANDER NTR/JAO-II/2009/145 NTR RTTC,RAJPURA
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[20.05.2010]Com. P. Asokababu Dy. GS met Shri Harshavardhan Singh, DDG (Estt) and discussed in depth the modifications / clarifications demanded by us vide letter dated 23-04-2010 and 18-05-2010. The DDG (Estt) assured to consider the issues raised.

[19.05.2010]Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President and Com. P. Abhimanyu, General Secretary went to Kolkata on 19-05-2010 to attend the last journey of Com. Moni Bose.

[19.05.2010]Com. Moni Bose - Veteran leader of P&T Workers - A brief life sketch <>

[19.05.2010]Respectful Homage to Com. Moni Bose

With deep grief and sorrow we inform that Com. Moni Bose, Veteran leader of P&T workers , breathed his last at 10:45 am today (19-05-2010). He was admitted in the hospital at Kolkata one month back due to serious illness and was in ICU. The entire Central Government, Postal and BSNL workers mourn his death. CHQ pays respectful homage to the departed leader and conveys its heartfelt condolences to his family, members and comrades.

19.05.2010]Homage

CHQ informs with deep sorrow that Com. Gulzar Singh, a delegate to the Thiruvananthapuram All India Conference, from Ludhiana, expired at Meerut, while returning from Thiruvananthapuram, due to cardiac failure. The body of the deceased comrade has been taken to Ludhiana and is being cremated today. CHQ pays its' respectful homage to Com. Gulzar Singh's family and our comrades of Punjab.

19.05.2010]Promotion Policy:- Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President, Com. P. Abhimanyu, GS, Com. P. Asokababu, Dy.G.S met Shri D.P. Dey, GM(Estt) on 18-05-2010 and discussed about the clarifications / modifications required in the Promotion Policy order. The GM(Estt) assured that the time for submitting option for choosing the new / existing Promotion Policy will be extended by 3 months. He agreed to consider the issue of allowing option for pay fixation on promotion from date of next increment, positively. Other issues raised by our union in our earlier letter are being examined by the management.

[18.05.2010] A letter to GM(Estt), BSNL - Implementation of the Non-Executive Promotion Policy(NEPP)-Exercising option for switching over to NEPP or for continuing in the existing OTBP/BCR/Gr-IV/ACP scheme—Reg <>



[18.05.2010] A letter to CMD, BSNL - List of office bearers of BSNLEU elected at All India Conference held at Thiruvananthapuram from 12-15 May 2010. <>



[17.05.2010]

A landmark All India Conference

The 5th All India Conference of BSNL Employees Union, which was held in “Jyothi Basu Nagar” at Thiruvananthapuram, from 12th May, 2010, came to an end on 15th May, 2010. Even though more than 3000 delegates, observers and visitors participated in the conference, it took place in the most disciplined manner. Fruitful discussions took place on important issues concerning the employees as well as the company, and resolutions are passed. Kerala comrades have made wonderful arrangements for the conference, which will be ever remembered and cherished by all those who attended. As a grand finale to the conference, election of office bearers was held. The election took place unanimously, keeping in mind the requirements of the organization. It is needless to say that the list of office bearers is a blend of the experience of the seniors and the dynamism of the youngsters. The following are the new office bearers:-

President : Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri

Vice-presidents: 1) Com .J.N. Mishra - Assam

2) Com. Adhir Kumar Sen - Telecom Store, kolkata

3) Com. Sahadev Biswal - Orissa

4) Com. K.R. Yadav – UP (East)

5) Com. J.M. Prajapati - Gujarat

General Secretary: Com. P. Abhimanyu - Tamil Nadu

Dy. General Secretary: Com. P. Asokababu - A.P

Asst. General Secretaries: 1) Com. R.L.Moudgil - Punjab

2) Com. Saibal Sen Gupta - Kolkata

3) Com. R. Muralidharan Nair - Kerala

4) Com. Swapan Chakraborty - NE-1

5) Com. G.B. Salakki - Karnataka

Treasurer: Com. S.C. Bhattacharya - Chhattisgarh

Asst.Treasurer: Com. Gulapi singh - NE-2

Organising Secretaries: 1) Com. Biplab Das - West Bengal

2) Com. Sunithi Choudhary - Bihar

3) Com. Sukhvir Singh – UP(West)

4) Com. R.S.Chouhan - NTR

5) Com. Shriram Tiwari- M.P

6) Com. P.B.Dobhal - Uttarakhand

7) Com. A.S.Kaundal - H.P





[14.05.2010]AIC at Trivandrum

5th all India conference of BSNL Employees union inaugurated by Com. M.K. Pandhe, Vice-president CITU at Trivandrum on 12th May 2010.

Kerala Chief Minister Com. V.S. Achuthananthan inaugurated the open session on 13-5-2010

More than 3000 delegates observers and visitors participated

Delegates from all 35 circles attending.

Procession and rally held on 13-5-2010 participated by more than 10000 workers

Thiruvananthapuram city and conference premises “Jyothi Basu Nagar” have been converted to a red city by red banners, red flags and big hoardings with pictures of National leaders and Martyrs.

Com. Tapan Sen, M.P. and General Secretary, CITU called upon the workers to continue sustained struggle against anti-worker policies of Central Government.

Shri S.R. Kapoor, Executive Director (Finance) Shri K. Srinivasan, CGM, Kerala as also leaders of sister unions, Coms. G.L. Jogi, Prahlad Rai, V. Subburaman, Suresh Kumar, K.K. Gopakumar, Siva Sankaran and others addressed the seminar on “Challenges faced by PSUs with special reference to BSNL”. The seminar was inaugurated by Shri Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, Hon’ble Minister of Home & Tourism.

Coms. M.M. Lawrence, Secretary CITU, Muthusundaran (AISGEF) Kunhikrishnan (AIIEA) K.G. Jayaraj (AIBDPA) M. Krishnan (Confederation, NFPE) addressed the inaugural session.

All the delegates appreciated the excellent arrangements made by the Reception Committee led by Coms. Anavoor Nagappan (Chairman) R. Muralidharan Nair (Wkg. Chairman) K. Mohanan (General Convenor) and P.V. Chandrasekharan, Veteran Leader of Telecom Workers for accommodation, food, conduct of the conference etc.

Com. J.N. Mishra, President is presiding the AIC. Coms. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary presented the report and Com. S.C. Bhattacharjee, Treasurer, presented the accounts.

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Com. Moni Bose, Veteran leader of Telecom Workers is in hospital in ICU for the last few weeks due to serious illness. We wish for his early recovery.

CHQ donated Rs. One lakh towards the huge expenditure for treatment.





V.A.N. Namboodiri

General Secretary





[08.05.2010]

MAGNIFICENT ACHIEVEMENT !!!

WAGE AGREEMENT SIGNED – WAGE REVISION ORDERS ISSUED

As assured by the Director (HR) yesterday to Com.V.A.N.Namboodiri, GS, BSNLEU, the wage agreement was signed by Shri Gopal Das, Director (HR ) on behalf of management and Com V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU on behalf of the recognised union in the presence many leaders of the United Forum and officers of BSNL.

This magnificent achievement could be obtained due to the wholehearted support of the workers. We had to face several adverse conditions, the attacks from certain quarters and also very hard bargaining with the management. We had to resort to strike and agitations for getting this great achievement.

HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS !!!

V.A.N.Namboodiri

General Secretary, BSNLEU

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===========================================================================================[07.05.2010]Great Achievement !

After much persuasion by BSNLEU & BSNL CCWF, the BSNL Corporate Office has endorsed the Gazette Notification of Labour Ministry, Govt. of India dated 20.05.2009 regarding Minimum Wages to Contract Workers engaged in BSNL. BSNL Order No. BSNL/Admn.I/20-2/2010 dated 6th May 2010. Congratulations to all ! <>

[07.05.2010]WAGE REVISION ORDERS WILL BE ISSUED TODAY

Com.V.A.N. Namboodiri, GS, K.R. Yadav, Vice-President and R.S. Chauhan, Organising Secretary BSNLEU met Shri Kuldeep Goyal, CMD in the late evening on 6th May and urged for signing of agreement and issue of wage revision orders without any further delay. Since Shri Gopal Das, Director (HR) was out of station, CMD stated after return of Director (HR) it will be done.

Shri Gopal Das, Director (HR) called Com. Namboodiri, GS later and assured that he will reach HQ earlier and that the agreement will be signed and orders issued on 7th May, 2010 itself.

7th May is an important day to remember. It was on this day 2 years back i.e. on 7th May 2008 that the CPSTU (Centre of Public Sector Trade Unions) called for a strike demanding 50% merger of IDA, 5 year periodicity, 30% fitment etc. which were accepted by govt. after the meeting between Prime Minister & Central TUs.

Congratulations to all workers who made this possible through sustained struggle!

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[06.05.2010]Wage Revision:- Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, GS, BSNLEU along with Coms. K.R. Yadav, Vice-President and R.S. Chauhan, Organising Secretary met Shri Kuldeep Goyal, CMD BSNL, Shri Gopal Das, Director (HR), Shri S.R. Kapoor, Exe. Director (Finance), Shri Shakeel Ahmad, GM (SR) and other officers and discussed about issue of Wage Revision orders. Agreement draft is being finalised. Wait for further news.



V.A.N. Namboodiri

General Secretary



[05.05.2010]Good News !

Non-Executives Wage Revision: - BSNL received DoT's formal approval. Orders expected to be issued within one or two days.



V.A.N. Namboodiri

General Secretary

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