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Friday, December 30, 2011

IDA Increase w.e.f. JAN-2012 @ 4.7 % TOTAL IDA 56.7%--Congratulations to All & Wish all Happy New Year-2012-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999

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IDA from 1.1.2012: Consumer Price Index ( Industrial workers ) for the month of November 2011 increased by one point and stood at 199. Hence, the IDA from 1.1.2012 will be 56.7%, i.e., an increase of 4.7%.

Special Lateral Direct Recruitment Rules-2011 of BSNL Management Services for Recruitment for Sr. Deputy General Manager (Sr. DGM) and GM/PGM/CGM (Telecom Operations) notified, paving way for re-employment of ITS officers. Click here. M-09426254999

Thursday, December 29, 2011

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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Sardar patel: The iron man of India.-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999

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Neo-liberalisation in Telecom -Telecom Commission adopts rules for Merger and Acquisitionby vannamboodiri

Who said that the UPA government is slow on the 'reforms'? As assured to the USA government several times by the Indian Government, the latter is pushing through 'reforms' in all sectors. Even Defence sector is being opened up to the private big business and corporates. Telecom had already been opened up and the private companies are in a comfortable position, thanks to the undue favours given to them by the government. Now the government is helping them to consolidate and form cartels, who can control the entire industry. The Telecom Commission has accepted merger of private telecom companies up to 35% of market share by both merging companies. There is still proposal to increase it up to 60%.

BSNL will naturally suffer. More than that the people will suffer if this crucial sector is controlled by the cartels being formed. The trade unions and political parties also have to take up the issue with the government. M-09426254999

Issue of Casual & Contract Workers -Petition to CLC -inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999

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Issue of Casual and Contract workers – Petition to the CLC
by vannamboodiri
BSNL Casual and contract Workers Federation has filed a petition to the Chief Labour Commissioner, New Delhi today, 28th December 2011 on the issues of the Casual and Contract workers in BSNL. It includes the demand for regularisation of left out casual labour / TSM, wages of casual and contract labour, implementation of social security measures like EPF, ESI etc. Since the CLC was on leave, the petition was handed over to the Dy. Chief Labour Commissioner. The main issues were briefly told to the Dy. CLC and requested for a personal hearing with the CLC. The issue was eonce discussed with the CLC, who asked us to submit the details.

In this connection, all the district /Circle Secretaries are requested to intimate whether the minimum wage is being paid, EPF-ESI are implemented etc. The number of the contract workers also may be intimated along with whether any casual/contract worker is being retrenched. This is urgently required to discuss the case.

Regular workers as well as casual/contract workers together have ensure that the right s of the casual/contract workers are implemented and not denied. M-09426254999

DMIT & Multiple Intelligence Report by Parikshit Jobanputra.wmv-inf. by Ashok Hindocha Rajkot M-09426254999 M-09426254999

Leadership & motivation traing-2parikshit jobanputra.wmv-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999 M-09426254999

Narendra Modi's speech at Sadbhavna Mission in Rajkot-inf. by Ashok Hindocha Rajkot M-09426254999 M-09426254999

Jay- Jay Jalaram Aarti [Full Song] Shree Jalaram Bapa Na Darshan-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999 M-09426254999 M-09426254999

BSNL May Re-Employ I T S under 58 years-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999

BSNL may re-employ Indian Telecom Service officers under 58 years M-09426254999
Telecoms commission broadly accepts regulators' M&A proposals

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Telecom Commission recommends 8pc uniform licence fee

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KOLKATA: State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd will consider for re-employment in senior management slots only officers of the Indian Telecom Service who have at least two years of service left, according to a senior company executive.

The teleco's new recruitment rules will exclude most of the 44-odd Indian Telecom Service (ITS) officers of the rank of chief general manager (CGM) from being considered for re-absorption, as they fall in the over-58 age group. The retirement age at BSNL is 60.

"It's pointless bringing in senior executives on board who have less than two years of service left. As a result, many ITS officers of the rank of CGM may not be eligible for re-employment as they are already over 58," a top company executive with direct knowledge of the matter said.

BSNL is likely to consider non-ITS industry professionals with finance and civil or electrical engineering background for these slots if suitable candidates are not available in the existing ITS pool, another senior executive said. Till date, all BSNL circle heads have been ITS officers.

BSNL had more than 1,300 ITS officers who were deputed to it some 11 years ago when the telco was carved out as a separate corporate entity from the Department of Telecom (DoT). But last month, barring 13 officers, the entire ITS cadre comprising executives of the ranks of DGM, GM and above opted to return to the telecom department, robbing BSNL of its middle and top management.

Subsequently, the BSNL board has been exploring ways to bring back 700 of the best ITS officers through an emergency recruitment exercise.

Under the new recruitment rules, ITS officers eligible for re-absorption in BSNL will retire from government service and be re-employed in the telco. And to induce them to quit government service and return to BSNL, DoT may take over their pension liability, a senior government official said.

Last month, a majority of the ITS officers opted for a transfer to the telecom department, where the pension is higher. Had the 1,300-odd ITS officers opted to stay back at BSNL, then under the old rules, they would have been absorbed with retrospective effect from October 1, 2000. In such a scenario, they would have lost out on 11 years of central government pension, despite being ITS officers on deputation in BSNL.

To address such concerns, ITS officers considered for re-employment in BSNL may be allowed to retire from government service as on current date. M-09426254999

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Latest L D C E s-imp. inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999 M-09426254999
  L D C Es  1986, 1987, 1988 & 1989.
DOT had submitted the facts in a table form in CAT, Madras Bench as Annex.-R1
a.       LDCE was held in May 1986 for 150, 220 and 102 vacancies for the years 1983, 1984, 1985 respectively and 129, 137 & 99 against the same years had qualified and promoted from various dates retrospectively.
b.      LDCE May’1987 was held for 94 vacancies and all 94 qualified candidates promoted in May 1988.
c.       LDCE Nov’1988 was held for 118 vacancies and only 113 qualified and promoted in Aug.1989. 5 posts remain unfilled as qualified candidates were not available.
d.      LDCE was held in 1989 and all qualified candidates promoted.
Court Cases:
1.       Some aggrieved candidates of LDCE 1986 filed OA No.1982 of 1995 in CAT, Ernakulam Bench which directed the following on 03.02.1998 :
 Unfilled vacancies against the 33-1/3% quota ought to be carried forward from year to year till they are filled by eligible LDCE qualified candidates.
2.       Following the CAT, Ernakulam Bench direction, one Shri K S Hegde, claimed to have qualified at the LDCE Nov’1988 has been promoted against one of the carried forward  vacancies as  per the direction of CAT, Bangalore Bench in OA No. 961 of 1999 dated 30.06.2000.  Similar case had came up in CAT, Chandigarh and the Bench directed to consider the case in the light of CAT, Ernakulam and CAT, Bangalore.

3.       DOT taking the direction from CAT, Ernakulam Bench, declared additional 270 candidates successful in LDCE (64 from 1987 & 206 from 1988 LDCE )  vide order no.15-78/99-STG-II dated 01.02.2001 and issued promotion order on 01.02.2001 but, allowed them retrospective seniority of 13 years i.e. seniority from  1987 and 1988.
( Our observation- Pls refer ‘c’ above : If, 113 qualified and promoted against 118 vacancies of LDCE 1988 in Aug’1989 then, what made DOT not to promote the rest 5 who were subsequently made qualified on 01.02.2001 and promoted on the same day with retrospective seniority of 13 years ?)
( Suppose, the result of one High School (10th) student is declared to-day after a gap of  five years, can the student be allowed to join in the Post Graduate class?)
( Promotions and seniority under qualifying quota is counted from the date of DPC irrespective of the creation of vacancy, so, why the same should not be adopted in LDCE quota promotions. Otherwise, retrospective date of seniority be allowed to promotions under qualifying quota.)
4.       Aggrieved by DOT order no.15-78/99-STG-II dated 01.02.2001, OA No. 305 of 2001was filed in CAT, Madras Bench which had observed and directed the following on 28.09.2001:
Para 22- On the basis of the result of LDCE of 1987, 91 candidates had already been selected and appointed in May and September 1988. Similarly on the basis of LDCE held in 1988, 108 candidates had already been selected and appointed in August and December 1989. Declaration in February 2001 that further 270 candidates  are successful on the basis of those LDCEs held in 1987 and 1988 consequent publication of a fresh seniority list give rise different cause of action.                                       

Para24- They were also promoted against the 66-2/3% vacancies in the promotion quota in 1993 & 1994 and they have never challenged their non promotion in the 33-1/3% LDCE quota when LDCE 1987 and 1988 successful candidates were promoted in the years 1988 and 1989.

Para 26- “The respondents submit that there is no illegality in declaring and promoting the said 270 officers in the DOT orders dated 1.2.2001 for the vacancy years 1986 and 1987 retrospectively and giving them seniority”. (
Para 32- When the impugned order itself does not state that the appointment is retrospective, it cannot be assumed that the appointments are retrospective.

Para 32 a.- When direct recruits are appointed long after occurrence of vacancies even in their quota, it is well settled that their appointments cannot be taken to be retrospective. This issue came up for specific consideration of the Honorable supreme court in the case of Suraj Parkash Gupta and others vs. State of J&K & others(2000 SCC (L&S) 977). Paragraph 80 and 81 of the said judgment are relevant.
( Eleven similar  Judgments of  Apex Court and one from Tribunal are readily available.

i. 01.11.1976 - N.K. CHAUHAN   vs.  STATE OF GUJARAT   1977AIR 251,
   1977(1) SCR1037, 1977(1)SCC 308..                         

ii. 26.04.1983 - A. JANARDHANA   vs. UNION OF INDIA   1983 (2) SCR 936.      

iii. 23.05.1984 - P. S. MAHAL  vs.  UNION OF INDIA   1984 AIR 1291.                           

iv. 12.02.1987 - A.N.PATHAK vs. Ministry of Defence: WP(C) 1889 of 1978

v. 02.05.1990 - Direct recruit class II Engg. Officers association vs. State of Maharashtra
    1990 AIR 1607 ,1990 SCR (2) 900, 1990 SCC (2) 715.

vi. 26.08.1996 - KUTTIYAPPAN vs.  UNION OF INDIA  SLP (C) No. 18584 of 1996.  

      vs.  STATE OF ORISSA   1998 AIR 1926.     

v. 28.04.2000 - SURAJPARKASH GUPTA   vs. STATE OF  J & K 2000 SCC (L&S )
    977 CA (C) 3034 of 2000. 

x. 25.09.2002 - Sanjiv Mahajan, Pankaj Saxena, Kamal Khanna  vs. UNION OF INDIA. 

       Recruit) vs. STATE OF U.P CA No.4249 of 2006 (Arising out of SLP (C)
       No.7375/2005) & CA No.4250 of 2006 (Arising out of SLP(C) No.1860/2006) 
       2006(6) Supp SCR609,

vii. 16.05.2007 - NANI SAH vs. STATE OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH 2007 AIR 2356,   
      2007(6) SCR1027, CANo.2665 OF 2007 (Arising out of SLP (C) No.19542 of 2005).                                                                                                

xii. 05.03.2009 - C A T Principal Bench OA No. 911 of 2007.  )

Para 32 d.- However, they were first appointed in the LDCE quota by only order dated 1.2.2001. Therefore, appointment dates cannot relate back to vacancy dates or event to 1987 or 1988 in the LDCE quota.
Para 36- It needs hardly to be said the pre-requisite for counting of seniority is appointment. Seniority follows appointment.
….. Whatever be the position, seniority is tied up with the date of appointment.
.......there is no declaration in the impugned order that the promotions take effect from a date prior to 1.2.2001.
…. we have held that the promotion of 270 officers in LDCE quota took effect from only 1.2.2001.
Para 50- In the result, while we do not interface with the declaration of result of the 270 candidates as per order dated 1.2.2001, we are unable to endorse the seniority assigned to them in the provisional seniority list dated 1.2.2001 and the final seniority list dated 20.3.2001. In other words, they cannot be assigned seniority as per rule 2(iii) with reference to the date of occurrence of the vacancy in the LDCE quota, dehors their actual date of appointment in the promoted post in that quota.
Para 52- For the foregoing reason, we set aside the seniority assigned to the candidates covered by the impugned order dated 1.2.2001
5.         Aggrieved by order dated 28.09.2001in OA No. 305 of CAT, Madras Bench,  DOT and some private respondents in Tribunal has filed WP No. 21961 and WP No. 22087 of 2001in the High Court of Madras. The High Court in its judgment dated 02.04.2008 directed the following :

Para 17- Keeping in view the peculiar facts and circumstances of this case, which have been noticed earlier, we do not find there is any scope to interfere with the decision of the Central Administrative Tribunal.  The writ petitions are therefore dismissed.  No costs.  Consequently, the connected miscellaneous petitions are closed.
6.         Aggrieved by order dated 02.04.2008 of the High Court of Madras  in WP No. 21961 and WP No. 22087 of 2001 some private respondents has filed CA No. 3149 of 2009 arising out of SLP ( C ) No.11339 of 2008 which is pending in the Apex Court since 2008.

4.   Brie of 147 Case - Combined Qualifying-cum- Competitive Examination 2000  and  Special Supplementary  LDCE 2003 .
a.     DOT  through  an affidavit in  OA no. 297 of 1998 before  CAT Ernakulam Bench has submitted the following :
i.                   In the year 1990 the Dept. created 3200 SDE posts by up gradation with matching savings. The up gradation was done considering huge stagnation in the cadre of J T Os. The Dept. in order to promote senior and eligible J T Os took decision for suspending the  “LDCE.” for 3years, that  is for the years, 1990-91, 1991-92, and 1992-93. Consequently all the vacancies available against these 3years were filled up as per “Seniority-cum-fitness” basis only.
ii.                 Subsequently in the year 1993 the Dept. created 2636 SDE posts by up-gradation with matching savings to avoid reversion of about 550 SDEs promoted and working on regular basis.  The Dept. in order to overcome the problem of reversion to restrict the up-gradation of JTO posts to minimum and also to meet the request made by the J T O Association  India), had  decided to further suspend the competitive exam. For three more years, i.e., for 1993-94, 1994-95, and 1995-96. Accordingly the Dept. held the DPC for the year 1993-94 and filled up all the vacancies by “Seniority-cum-fitness” basis only. The DPCs for the year 1994-95 and 1995-96 are yet to be held and according to the decision already taken by the Dept. no vacancy is required to be kept for 1/3rd competitive exam.  However the Dept. has to keep 1/3rd portion of the vacancies available for the period 1.4.1996 to 22.7.1996 for  competitive exam.  
iii.              Thus during the period 1.4.1990 to 31.3.1994 S D E posts were filled up only on seniority from among the Junior Engineers who passed the qualifying exam. Basis without holding competitive exam. The Dept. therefore proposes to take the following actions:-
iv.               The Dept. will hold one qly. exam. as directed by the court and promote eligible SC/ST JTOs to the extent of their quota.
v.                 The Dept. will fill up all (100%) the vacancies available for the years 1994-95 and 1995-96 and 2/3rd vacancies for the period 1.4.1996 to 22.7.1996 from  amongst eligible JTOs only by seniority-cum-fitness. This is as result of the dept.’s decision to suspend the competitive exam. which was for all purposes a bi-lateral understanding with the JTO Association (I).
vi.               The Dept. will hold competitive exam. for 1/3rd vacancies for the period 1.4.1996 to 22.7.1996.
b.     In compliance of CAT, Ernakulam order dated 3.4.2002 in OA no. 213/2002, the Dept. has informed Shri T  Bennet and Shri T V Mathews that the Supplementary Qly-cum-Comp exam was being conducted against the vacancy year 1994-95, 1995-96 and 1996-97 (up to 22.7.1996) and since they have been promoted against the vacancy year 1993-94, they will not get any benefit of seniority even if they are allowed to appear in the said exam and, therefore, they are not entitled to the said exam.
a.      C G M , Kerala vide letter nos. Rectt/22-2/98 dated 23.3.1999 has circulated the names of 9 & 5 ineligible applicants for the Combined Qualifying-cum-Competitive exam held in 2000 as they were already promoted within 1994 DPC.
e.       In spite of this clear instruction, some of the ineligible Officers appeared and the seniority list published Vide DOT No. 2-32  /2001-STG-II dated 27.03.2008 contains the names of all such ineligible Officers who were  promoted to TES Gr-B in 1990 ,  1993 & 1994DPCs . As per the above revised seniority list most of  the Officers are becoming very senior  to all such Officers who were promoted through DPCs up to 1994 in violation to the conditions contained in the notification for holding of  LDCE .
f.       DOT has all along involved in all the above activities but, issued the seniority list for 147 officers violating all norms.
Possible Solutions
1.                 The present TES Grp-B seniority list consists of promotes consists of :
a.  As per Para 206 through court orders,
b.  R/R 1966,
c.  R/R 1981  (with seniority from 12.9.1982 as one time relaxation allowed by court. ), 
d.  R/R 1981  (with seniority from different retrospective dates without carrying forward unfilled competitive vacancies. ), 
e.  R/R 1981  (seniority with merit),
f.   R/R 1981  (year wise seniority without merit ).
2.         DOT / BSNL should finalize and follow either Para 206 or Recruitment Rule 1966 . Recast the entire seniority list of officers promoted up to  22.07.1996 accordingly. Most of the judgments except one are in favour of para 206.
3.       Officers promoted through Comp.Exam.1981 be allowed seniority w.e.f 12.09.1982 as a one time relaxation by the courts.
4.       Officers promoted through Qualifying Exams. are allowed seniority w.e.f  the date  of their respective DPCs. Officers promoted through Competitive Exams. 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2000/2003  be allowed seniority w.e.f  the date  of their respective  DPCs.   Retrospective date of promotion and seniority is not allowed in the eyes of law.
5.       Officers qualified through Competitive Exam. 1987 and 1988 but, promoted on 01.02.2001  be allowed seniority w.e.f 01.02.2001 only as retrospective date of promotion and seniority is not allowed in the eyes of law.
6.       Officers qualified through Combined Qualifying-cum-Competitive Exam. 2000 and Special Supplementary Exam. 2003 be allowed seniority only for the competitive vacancies arising during 01.04.1996 to 22.07.1996. This should be done after excluding the in-eligible officers allowed to appear at these exams. .
7.       The affidavit submitted by DOT in CAT, Ernakulam Bench in O A No. 297 of 1998 be given due importance and the intention of the Dept. expressed therein should be implemented with letter and spirit to end the long pending seniority problem of the Telecom Engineering Stream officers.
8.       Carryover of unfilled vacancies to the next and subsequent years and seniority from the date of joining  should be considered, as the natural justice which has  already been reflected in several judgments of the Apex court.
9.       Association should take up with BSNL in 147 case in the light of the affidavit submitted by DOT in OA no. 297 of 1998 before CAT Ernakulam Bench, the submission by DOT in CAT, Ernakulam order dated 3.4.2002 in OA no. 213/2002, letter circulated by CGM, Kerala de-barring JTOs to sit for the exam as they were already promoted in 1990, 1993 and 1994 DPCs.
10.     Association should take up with BSNL and Ministry of Law in the light of the National Litigation Policy and try for a permanent settlement as the cases are lingering as given below.
i.                   The seniority cases as per para 206 are continuing for the past 30 years since 1981 in spite of the affidavit submitted   by the Dept. in court of law that para 206 was abrogated on 23.7.1996.
ii.                 The promotion to 270 JTOs on 1.2.2001 under competitive quota allowing seniority for 13 (thirteen) retrospective years is pending for the past 11 years.
iii.              The seniority case of 147 JTOs promoted through Combined Qualifying-cum-Competitive exam. 2000 & 2003 is pending in several courts since three years. M-09426254999

કેટલાક સંગઠનોએ સદ્દભાવના-સત્કર્મ બન્નેમાં હાજરી પૂરાવી - some union present in sadbhavna-satkarma both - by Ashok Hindocha

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(Gujarati) Gujarat Govt. to start dedicated projects of around 200 crore...inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999

Sunday, December 25, 2011



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I hope you're having a wonderful time with your family and love ones...

May God bless you and your family in this spiritual season and happiness
be filled in your house.

Best of luck to your online business and cheers to a new year of SUCCESS!

My sincere wishes,
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Saturday, December 24, 2011

BSNL Latest Updated News by Ashok Hindocha M-09426254999

Home > 3G, BSNL > BSNL Launches Christmas and New Year Offer for Prepaid Customers

BSNL Launches Christmas and New Year Offer for Prepaid Customers

In a bid to celebrate Christmas and New Year, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) the total telecom service provider has introduced a bouquet of Full Value and Extra Talk Time offers for its 2G and 3G Prepaid subscribers in all telecom circles across India.
BSNL offers up to 18% extra talk value on its high end TOP-UP coupons (Hyper Talk Time Top-Up) priced at Rs. 1100 Rs. 3300 and Rs. 5500. The Top Up-1100 and 3300 offers core talk time of Rs. 1200 and Rs. 3600 while with Top Up-5500; subscribers will get BUMPER talk-time Rs. 6500.
Apart from the above offer on High End Top Up, BSNL also offer Full TALK TIME on all Top-up vouchers/C-top-up/Flexi top-up of Rs. 200 and above. The offer also applicable to new set of TUs from MRP Rs. 200 to Rs. 1100 in C-TOP-UP recharges system valid up to 5th January 2012.

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  1. Jay
    chennai, December 23rd, 2011 at 23:56 | #1
    FTT for Rs. 200 or more is just a “Not Bad” Offer… Had it been for atleast Rs. 110, it would have been good… Hope they give such offers even for avg users for New year or Sankranti / Pongal…
  2. Arun
    Khammam, December 24th, 2011 at 13:14 | #2
    But there isn’t any announcement by BSNL on their website.
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