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Monday, February 25, 2013

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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

TWO DAYS Contriwide Strike from 20 th Feb-2013......inf. by Ashok Hindocha M -94262 54999


दो दिवसीय हड़ताल शुरू, संभलकर निकलें बाहरआज तक वेब ब्‍यूरो/ भाषा | नई दिल्ली/चंडीगढ़/मुंबई, 20 फरवरी 2013 | अपडेटेड: 07:41 IST टैग्स: राष्‍ट्रव्‍यापी बंद| केंद्र सरकार| हड़ताल| दिल्‍ली| मजदूर संघ| आंदोलन www.ashokhindocha.blogspot.com बुधवार सुबह से देशभर में दो दिन का राष्‍ट्रव्‍यापी बंद शुरू हो गया है. बंद को देखते हुए सभी राज्‍य सरकारों और केंद्र सरकार ने पूरी तैयारियां कर ली हैं. दो दिनों की देशव्यापी हड़ताल को देखते हुए राजधानी दिल्‍ली में आम जनजीवन बाधित हो सकता है क्योंकि शहर के कई मजदूर संघ आंदोलन को अपना समर्थन दे रहे हैं. मुंबई में नहीं दिखेगा हड़ताल का असर देश की आर्थिक राजधानी मुंबई में हड़ताल का कम असर होने की संभावना है, क्‍योंकि यहां बसें, ट्रक, रेल, ऑटो और टैक्‍सी रोज की तरह ही चलेंगे. हालांकि हड़ताल को शिवसेना का समर्थन हासिल है. राजधानी दिल्‍ली में सार्वजनिक परिवहन, कई अस्पतालों, शैक्षणिक संस्थानों और बैंकों का कामकाज बाधित हो सकता है क्योंकि इन सेवाओं से जुड़े कामगारों के एक धड़े ने 11 मजदूर संघों द्वारा आहुत इस हड़ताल को समर्थन देने की घोषणा की है. कई ऑटोरिक्शा और टैक्सी संघों ने हड़ताल का समर्थन करने का फैसला किया है जिससे नियमित यात्रा करने वाले, विशेषकर स्कूली बच्चों और ऑफिस जाने वाले लोगों को असुविधा हो सकती है. आजादपुर थोक बाजार के बड़े मजदूर संघों ने भी हड़ताल में शामिल होने की बात कही है जिससे राजधानी में फलों और सब्जियों की आपूर्ति भी प्रभावित हो सकती है. राष्ट्रव्यापी हड़ताल से पहले मजदूर संघों ने लिया ‘स्थिति का जायजा’ दस मांगों को लेकर बुधवार सुबह से शुरू हुई दो दिनों की आम हड़ताल से पहले मंगलवार को दिल्‍ली में बड़े मजदूर संघों ने अलग-अलग बैठकें कीं. सीटू के महासचिव तपन सेन ने कहा कि बैठकें मूल रूप से हड़ताल से पहले की ‘स्थिति का जायजा लेने’ के लिए आयोजित की गयीं. उन्होंने कहा कि सरकार को मांगों को पूरा करने के लिए काफी समय दिया गया लेकिन वह श्रमिक वर्ग को प्रभावित कर रही समस्याओं को सुलझाने में नाकाम रही. बड़े उद्योगों को हड़ताल से उत्पादन नुकसान की आशंका पंजाब और हरियाणा के मझोले तथा बड़े उद्योग ने ट्रेड यूनियनों की दो दिन की हड़ताल के दौरान उत्पादन नुकसान की आशंका जताई है. उल्लेखनीय है कि ट्रेड यूनियनों ने राष्ट्रव्यापी हड़ताल का आह्वान किया है. सबसे बड़ी साइकिल कंपनी हीरो साइकिल्स के निदेशक एस.के. राय ने कहा, ‘दो दिन की हड़ताल का असर पड़ेगा. इससे उत्पादन का नुकसान हो सकता है. हम अपना उत्पादन जारी रखने का प्रयास करेंगे. यह इस बात पर निर्भर करेगा कि कितने कर्मचारी काम पर आते हैं.’ करनाल के एक उद्योगपति ने कहा कि हम चाहते हैं कि काम पर असर न पड़े. सूक्ष्म और लघु उद्योगों को हालांकि हड़ताल का ज्यादा असर पड़ने की आशंका नहीं है. पंजाब में करीब 1.70 लाख लघु इकाइयां हैं. वहीं हरियाणा में 1212 बड़े और मझोले उद्योग हैं. और भी... http://aajtak.intoday.in/story/two-day-strike-from-today-1-722282.html www.ashokhindocha.blogspot.com

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

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www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M -94262 54999 hindochaashok@gmail.com New post on VAN Namboodiri's Blog Towards the Historic 48 Hours National Strike on 2-0-21 February 2013! by vannamboodiri The working class in India is moving towards one of the biggest strike action the country has ever seen. About 10-12 crores of workers, 10% of the total people, will be on complete strike for 48 hours from 24.00 / 00.00 hours on the mid-night of 19th / 20th to midnight of 21st / 22nd February 2013 protesting against price-rise, anti-worker policies and demanding the basic demands of the workers. The demands are fully justified and have been raised years back. The government did not take any action. Even in the discussion in the last moment, yesterday, the government did not assure anything, but only requested for withdrawal of the strike, which the union leaders naturally declined. It is the duty of each and every worker to stand strong with the strike, fully participate and give a strong message to the government that unless the demands are met the struggle will continue by the workers. The government should be taught a tough lesson for ignoring the fully justified demands of the workers. Yes, as pointed out in my blog yesterday this is going to be another fierce battle like the workers waged in 1946 and 1974, March forward with determination to the great struggle, the 48 hours Strike! www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M -94262 54999

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

BSNL Latest UP Dated News-information by Ashok Hindocha M -94262 01999

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www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M -94262 01999 hindochaashok@gmail.com [11.02.2013]Conduct of 6th membership verification of non-executives' unions in BSNL - Extension of facilities< [11.02.2013]Conduct of 6th membership verification to elect majority representative union(s) in BSNL< [11.02.2013]Chennai conducts jubilant convention of branch secretaries.< [09.02.2013]Successful convention of five districts held at Calicut, Kerala.< [08.02.2013]AIBDPA All India Conference ends with unanimous election of office bearers. The first triennial All India Conference of AIBDPA is conducted successfully and concluded yesterday, the 07.02.2013 with unanimous election of office-bearers. Com. A.K. Bhattacharjee (Kolkata) and Com. K.G. Jayaraj (Kerala) are re-elected as President and General Secretary, respectively. Com. G.B. Salakki (Karnataka) is elected as Treasurer. Com. P.V. Chandrasekharan (Kerala) and Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri are elected as Patron and Advisor, respectively. BSNLEU congratulates all the office-bearers elected in the conference. [08.02.2013]List of eligible unions for 6th Membership Verification < [08.02.2013]Finalisation and supply of electoral rolls to the authorised representatives of participating unions - Corporate Office issued instruction.< [07.02.2013]Upbeat Convention of Branch level functionaries at Kottayam, Kerala.< [07.02.2013] Poster for two days General Strike< [07.02.2013]General Secretary addressed a largely attended gathering at Kannur GM Office.<> [06.02.2013]First Triennial Conference of AIBDPA<> [05.02.2013]AIBDPA conducting it's 1st All India Conference at Kannur. The All India BSNL and DoT Pensioners Association (AIBDPA) is conducting it's 1st All India Conference at Kannur, in Kerala, from 6th to 7th February, 2013. The inaugural function will take place tomorrow the 6th February. Veteran parliamentarian, com. Basudev Acharya, MP, is inaugurating the Conference. Com.V.A.N.Namboodiri, President, BSNLEU, com.P.Abhimanyu, GS, BSNLEU, com. M. Krishnan, SG, NFPE and senior officers of the BSNL and DoT are also addressing the Conference. CHQ of BSNLEU conveys it's revolutionary greetings to AIBDPA and also wishes the Conference every success. [05.02.2013]CHQ writes to Director (HR), demanding expeditious change in designations of Sr.TOA, TTA and other cadres<> [05.02.2013]CHQ writes to Member (Services), DoT, for treating TSMs regularized on or after 01.10.2000 as DoT recruitees for promotions under NEPP <> [04.02.2013]Com. A.K. Padmanabhan, President, CITU, will inaugurate the Extended CEC. The Extended CEC of BSNLEU is taking place at Warangal, from 26th to 28th February, 2013. CHQ is glad to inform that, the veteran trade union leader and the National President of CITU, Com. A.K. Padmanabhan has kindly consented to inaugurate the Extended CEC, despite his very busy schedule. [04.02.2013]Ministry of Health and Family Welfare order on revision of ceiling rates for stents< <> [04.02.2013]Notice for two days General Strike on 20th & 21st February, 2013< [04.02.2013]Age relaxation for Telecom Mechanic exam (LDCE) The upper age limit for departmental candidates, to appear the Telecom Mechanic exam (LDCE) at present is as follows:- General – 40 years OBC – 43 years SC/ST – 45 years In the 28th National Council meeting held on 30.01.2013, the Staff Side demanded this age limit should further be relaxed. Management Side agreed to look into this. [04.02.2013]CHQ writes to Dy. Chief Labour Commissioner for extension of BSNLEU's recognition< [04.02.2013]CHQ writes to Sr.GM (Rectt.) on JTO LDCE – Requesting to release model question paper< [02.02.2013]BSNLEU, Himachal Pradesh, conducts successful 6th Circle Conference.< [02.02.2013]Why BSNL Employees should join the General Strike? - Article Telecrusader February, 2013< [01.02.2013]CHQ writes to Director (HR) to settle the problems related to NEPP< [01.02.2013]High Lights of the National Council meeting held on 30.01.2013 < [01.02.2013]Agreement signed for change of designations of RM and TM cadres As per the decision of the National Council meeting held on 30.01.2013, a meeting of the Designations Committee was held on 31.01.2013. In this meeting the following agreement is signed. (1) The new designation for the cadre of Regular Mazdoor will be Telecom Assistant. (2) The new designation for the cadre of Telecom Mechanic will be Telecom Technician. (3) In respect of the cadres of Sr.TOA, TTA, as well as other cadres, further talks will take place for finalising new designations. [01.02.2013]United Forum meeting held on 30.01.2013 The National Steering Committee of the United Forum met on 30.01.2013, at New Delhi, under the chairmanship of Com. Suresh Kumar. The meeting reviewed the situation after the introduction of the New Recognition Rules as well as the announcement of the 6th Membership Verification. All the constituents of the UF firmly reiterated that the Alliance should continue and also should be strengthened. The meeting decided to meet again on 17.02.2013 at New Delhi to finalise the campaign programme for the 6th Verification. [01.02.2013]Meeting with Sr.GM (Recruitment) on the issue of relaxation in qualifying standards for SC/ST employees As per the decision of the National Council, a meeting took place with the Management yesterday the 31.01.2013, on the issue of relaxation in qualifying standards for SC/ST employees. From the Management Side, Shri P.C. Mehta, Sr.GM (Recruitment) and Smt. Bindu Rai, DGM (Recruitment) were present. Com. P. Abhimanyu, General Secretary, Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President and Com. P. Asokababu, Vice-President were present from the Union Side. The Union representatives submitted a note on the issue with relevant orders. A detailed discussion took place. The Sr.GM (Recruitment) assured that the matter would be looked into and needful would be done. [01.02.2013]Joint Forum press release - BSNL and MTNL should be given Assistance – Private Telcos’ opposition unjustified < [01.02.2013]CHQ letter to Corporate Office on relaxation in qualifying standards for SC/ST employees< [01.02.2013]“The Poorest and Cleanest Chief Minister of India” - Article Telecrusader February, 2013< [31.01.2013]Promotion to E 1 pay scale of Rs.16,400 – 40,500 As per the agreement signed on NEPP, the Staff Side raised demand in the National Council meeting held yesterday the 30.01.2013, that 10% of the Non-Executive employees who complete one year service in the NE 12 pay scale should be promoted to the E 1 pay scale of Rs.16,400 – 40,500. Management Side accepted this demand. [31.01.2013]Designations Committee meeting to be held today the 31.01.2013 As per the discussion held in the National Council meeting held yesterday, the Designations Committee meeting will take place today. We expect some result. [31.01.2013]Walk out in the National Council meeting over the Gaziabad murder Staff Side members vehemently criticized the BSNL Management for not taking any action so far, on those who are accused in the murder of Com. Sukendar Pal Singh. The Staff Side members made a symbolic walkout over this issue and recorded their strong protest. [31.01.2013]CHQ – BSNLEU congratulates Punjab comrades for settlement of Contract Workers issues.<> [31.01.2013]Corporate Office letter on Constitution of a Core Group of deal with matters relating to holding of 6th Membership Verification<>

Saturday, February 9, 2013

New post on VAN Namboodiri's Blog www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-94262 01999
All India Conference of AIBDPA (contd.) by vannamboodiri The inaugural speech by Com. Basudeb Acharya, MP and CITU leader at the All India Conference of AIBDPA inspired the entire house and gave guidance to the theme of the same. Com. A.K.Bhattacharjee, All India President, gave his presidential speech. He wanted the delegates to seriously participate in the discussions and take appropriate decisions.Com. P.Abhimanyu, General Secretary, BSNLEU, V.A.N.Namboodiri, President BSNLEU and Advisor AIBDPA, Com. C.P.Sobhana, leader NFPE and other leaders addressed and greeted the delegates. Com. Prakashan Master, Chairman Recep[tion Committee welcomed and Com. K.Kunhiraman, Convener proposed vote of thanks. The delegates session continued on 6th and 7th February. A Sovenir of the Conference was released by Shri T.Padmanabhan,well-known literary figure by giving the same to Com. P.V.Chandrasekharan, Patron. The AIC adopted a Resolution on Policy and Programme including the Charter of Demands and the programme of actions. The AIC also declared its decision to give all support and solidarity to the 20-21 February strike and to participate in all the propaganda and other programmes. Other resolutions were also adopted. The AIC unnimously elected office-bearers with the following for the next term: Coms. V.A.N.Namboodiri (Advisor), P.V.Chandrasekharan (patron) A.K.Bhattacharjee (President), K.G.Jayaraj (General Secretary) and G.B.Salakki (Treasurer). The Reception Committee with Coms. Prakasan Master as Chairman, P.V.Unnikrishnan as Vice-Chairman and K.Kunhiraman as Geneeral Convener and othe comrades made excellent arrangements for the successful conduct of the conference. The AIC, its eliberations and the decisions have given full confidence to the pensioners that this is an organisation which will continue its fight for the cuase of the BSNL-DOT pensioners.Congratulations! vannamboodiri | February 8, 2013 at 10:02 pm | Tags: AIBDPA AIC | Categories: Pension and retirement | URL: http://wp.me/p10Gfj-2jc

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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Smartphone adoption spurs advanced services demand in Latin America-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M -94262 01999

Smartphone adoption spurs advanced services demand in Latin America
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Smartphones are no longer luxury accessories for upper-middle class consumers who don't blink at a $500 price tag—even in parts of the world where the average consumer's yearly salary is just two or three times that amount. As smartphone adoption grows and related services become more affordable, Latin America's telecom market is outpacing its neighbors to the north and breeding a generation of consumers more married to mobility than their peers in more developed economies.   
"There's a middle class that's been building [in Latin America]," said Tim Matula, managing director of corporate communications at ChinaTel Group, which will launch wireless broadband services and 4G-capable devices in Peru next month. "All of a sudden, they can afford a car, they can afford a dishwashing machine and they can afford a TV. This is the first generation that can afford these things, and along with that comes a smart device."
While feature phone sales in Latin America have flattened to single-digit growth numbers, smartphone adoption is growing rapidly, according to Tuong Nguyen, principal analyst at Gartner Inc. Smartphones accounted for only 6% of mobile communications devices in Latin America in 2009, but that figure should jump to 20% by the end of this year, Nguyen said. About half (49%) of Latin Americans will be smartphone owners by 2015.
I think the surprising point for a lot of people is despite working with a smaller disposableincome, [Latin Americans] spend a lot more on mobile than we do here.
Tuong Nguyen
Principal Analyst, Gartner Inc.
Carriers are luring consumers with more affordable data packages and cheaper smartphones, bringing connectivity to a population that have historically had no affordable access to residential wireline phone and Internet services, he said.
"I think the surprising point for a lot of people is despite working with a smaller disposable income, [Latin Americans] spend a lot more on mobile than we do here," Nguyen said. "The [mobile] phone is really the only point of contact for [many consumers there]."
Smartphone adoption drives Latin American wireless market
ABI Research dubbed Latin America the "rising star of the telecommunications market" in a recent market analysis, ascribing the region's healthy mobile market to growing affluence among consumers, greater smartphone adoption and the rising popularity of social networking applications.
First quarter revenues for all telecom services in Latin America grew 17% year-over-year, as compared to 8.9% in North America, according to ABI. Latin American wireless revenues surged, with carriers enjoying 40.3% growth year-over-year—about double the worldwide average (20.3%), ABI reported. 
"The mobile device is their access to the world," said Daniela Perlmutter, director of market strategy at OSS/BSS vendor Amdocs, which recently commissioned a study about consumer wireless trends. "Here specifically, the fixed or wireline broadband infrastructure is somewhat scarce, versus the more mature, developed markets of North America and Europe. For [Latin Americans], the mobile device is not just another device they could browse the Web with. It's an enabler."
Latin Americans are more bullish about converging devices, with 82% saying they expect their PCs and mobile devices to converge into a single device, as compared to 58% of North Americans, according to the Amdocs study, which surveyed 4,300 wireless consumers worldwide.
Meanwhile, Latin American consumers are more than four times as likely to own multiple handsets as consumers in North America. Two-thirds of Latin American consumers said they would be willing to pay a premium for new wireless services—mobile access to TV content, higher-quality networks and "cross-connectivity," or syncing all devices and content—as compared to one-third of North American consumers surveyed.
When asked what they'd like to see in the future for wireless services, the top item on the wish list for Latin American consumers was cross-connectivity, followed by home services, such as wireless-enabled home security or alarm services and multiscreen entertainment services, Perlmutter said. North Americans said they would most like to see a service for backing up their contact lists, followed by cross-connectivity.
ChinaTel will launch a WiMAX wireless broadband service Aug. 1 in six Peruvian markets on the Pacific coast—Tumbes, Piura, Cajamarca, Trujillo and Chimbote—with plans to pursue the capital Lima as well under its Perusat brand. Perusat will sell tablets, USB modems and other "smart devices" with a standard 1 Mbps service or premium 3 Mbps service.
"There's a huge pent-up demand," Matula said. "If you go anywhere in the world [to] a developing country, a lot of people go to Internet cafes because that's [the only way] they can get Internet access. But [that changes] if you can sell a [wireless] device that's cheap enough and a plan that's affordable enough."  
Smartphone adoption makes market attractive, but challenges remain
Although Latin American consumer surveys and market analysis promise a boom for wireless operators in the region, penetrating the market will be difficult.
About two-thirds of the market is dominated by Spanish operator Telefόnica and Mexican carrier América Mόvil—the latter owned by multibillionaire and telecom mogul Carlos Slim Helú—making it difficult for carriers outside the region to enter the market, according to Gartner's Nguyen. Complicating the issue is that many markets in Latin America also have a handful of competitive carriers in the mix, regulators limit spectrum allocations to improve competition, and foreign investors have backed away from the region, he said.
However, there's still a large untapped market in Latin America that remains viable for smaller carriers—more viable than the U.S. wireless market, according to ChinaTel's Matula.
"We don't want to compete in the United States against AT&T and Verizon. I'd rather go into a country that has a 10% Internet penetration rate," he said. "We're not trying to take market share from Telefόnica ... [because] we are creating new market share."
Mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) have tried to enter the market but with little success, Nguyen said. Virgin Mobile, a Sprint MVNO, recently announced it would launch wireless services in Latin America, which may see more success due to its backing by billionaire Richard Branson, he said.
Wireless carriers may find that the best way to cash in on rising Latin American smartphone adoption is through partnerships with mobile application developers, mobile gamingcompanies and video content providers, Nguyen said.
"[I] live in the U.S., and I'm a little reluctant to throw down $400 or $500 for a PS3 [PlayStation 3 console]. Now imagine if [I live in Latin American and] make $50 a month. I'm skeptical those consumers would have gaming consoles or even a [portable Nintendo] DS, so this would be the first gaming platform for all of those consumers," he said. "From what we've seen doing our surveys, there's a huge demand for all of these types of value-added services."
Instead of trying to profit from the consumer sale of those services, Latin American carriers should target the developers and content providers by selling those partners aggregated usage data or prominent placement in a carrier's portal, Nguyen said.  
"You might know about the iTunes store and you might know about the Android store, but not all of us are in tech and not all of us are 16 years old. The operator [portal] is front and center—it's the Walmart that shows all the goods," he said. "That's another value-add for the operator: They're the centralized hub for all things mobile." 
Let us know what you think about the story; email: Jessica Scarpati, News Writer.

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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

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[04.02.2013]Com. A.K. Padmanabhan, President, CITU, will inaugurate the Extended CEC. The Extended CEC of BSNLEU is taking place at Warangal, from 26th to 28th February, 2013. CHQ is glad to inform that, the veteran trade union leader and the National President of CITU, Com. A.K. Padmanabhan has kindly consented to inaugurate the Extended CEC, despite his very busy schedule. [04.02.2013]Ministry of Health and Family Welfare order on revision of ceiling rates for stents< <> [04.02.2013]Notice for two days General Strike on 20th & 21st February, 2013< [04.02.2013]Age relaxation for Telecom Mechanic exam (LDCE) The upper age limit for departmental candidates, to appear the Telecom Mechanic exam (LDCE) at present is as follows:- General – 40 years OBC – 43 years SC/ST – 45 years In the 28th National Council meeting held on 30.01.2013, the Staff Side demanded this age limit should further be relaxed. Management Side agreed to look into this. [04.02.2013]CHQ writes to Dy. Chief Labour Commissioner for extension of BSNLEU's recognition< [04.02.2013]CHQ writes to Sr.GM (Rectt.) on JTO LDCE – Requesting to release model question paper< [02.02.2013]BSNLEU, Himachal Pradesh, conducts successful 6th Circle Conference.< [02.02.2013]Why BSNL Employees should join the General Strike? - Article Telecrusader February, 2013< [01.02.2013]CHQ writes to Director (HR) to settle the problems related to NEPP< [01.02.2013]High Lights of the National Council meeting held on 30.01.2013 < [01.02.2013]Agreement signed for change of designations of RM and TM cadres As per the decision of the National Council meeting held on 30.01.2013, a meeting of the Designations Committee was held on 31.01.2013. In this meeting the following agreement is signed. (1) The new designation for the cadre of Regular Mazdoor will be Telecom Assistant. (2) The new designation for the cadre of Telecom Mechanic will be Telecom Technician. (3) In respect of the cadres of Sr.TOA, TTA, as well as other cadres, further talks will take place for finalising new designations. [01.02.2013]United Forum meeting held on 30.01.2013 The National Steering Committee of the United Forum met on 30.01.2013, at New Delhi, under the chairmanship of Com. Suresh Kumar. The meeting reviewed the situation after the introduction of the New Recognition Rules as well as the announcement of the 6th Membership Verification. All the constituents of the UF firmly reiterated that the Alliance should continue and also should be strengthened. The meeting decided to meet again on 17.02.2013 at New Delhi to finalise the campaign programme for the 6th Verification. [01.02.2013]Meeting with Sr.GM (Recruitment) on the issue of relaxation in qualifying standards for SC/ST employees As per the decision of the National Council, a meeting took place with the Management yesterday the 31.01.2013, on the issue of relaxation in qualifying standards for SC/ST employees. From the Management Side, Shri P.C. Mehta, Sr.GM (Recruitment) and Smt. Bindu Rai, DGM (Recruitment) were present. Com. P. Abhimanyu, General Secretary, Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President and Com. P. Asokababu, Vice-President were present from the Union Side. The Union representatives submitted a note on the issue with relevant orders. A detailed discussion took place. The Sr.GM (Recruitment) assured that the matter would be looked into and needful would be done. [01.02.2013]Joint Forum press release - BSNL and MTNL should be given Assistance – Private Telcos’ opposition unjustified < [01.02.2013]CHQ letter to Corporate Office on relaxation in qualifying standards for SC/ST employees< [01.02.2013]“The Poorest and Cleanest Chief Minister of India” - Article Telecrusader February, 2013< [31.01.2013]Promotion to E 1 pay scale of Rs.16,400 – 40,500 As per the agreement signed on NEPP, the Staff Side raised demand in the National Council meeting held yesterday the 30.01.2013, that 10% of the Non-Executive employees who complete one year service in the NE 12 pay scale should be promoted to the E 1 pay scale of Rs.16,400 – 40,500. Management Side accepted this demand. [31.01.2013]Designations Committee meeting to be held today the 31.01.2013 As per the discussion held in the National Council meeting held yesterday, the Designations Committee meeting will take place today. We expect some result. [31.01.2013]Walk out in the National Council meeting over the Gaziabad murder Staff Side members vehemently criticized the BSNL Management for not taking any action so far, on those who are accused in the murder of Com. Sukendar Pal Singh. The Staff Side members made a symbolic walkout over this issue and recorded their strong protest. [31.01.2013]CHQ – BSNLEU congratulates Punjab comrades for settlement of Contract Workers issues.<> [31.01.2013]Corporate Office letter on Constitution of a Core Group of deal with matters relating to holding of 6th Membership Verification<> [29.01.2013]Reminder for sending Savingram. As per the decision of the Forum of BSNL Unions and Associations savingrams are to be sent (between 28th to 30th January, 2013) to the Secretary, DoT with copies to the Hon’ble Minister of Communications and CMD BSNL, demanding the DoT to accord immediate approval for 78.2% IDA fixation. CHQ once again reminds all Circle and District Secretaries to ensure sending of the following savingram by tomorrow evening, i.e., 30th January, 2013. Text of savingram:- "Demand immediate implementation of the agreement on 78.2% IDA merger." To THE SECRETARY, DOT, SANCHAR BHAWAN, 20 ASHOKA ROAD, NEW DELHI COPY TO: (1) THE MINISTER COMMUNICTIONS, GOVT. OF INDIA, SANCHAR BHAWAN 20 ASHOKA ROAD, NEW DELHI (2) CMD BSNL, BHARAT SANCHAR BHAWAN, JANPATH, NEW DELHI

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BSNL LATEST UP DATED News-Inf. By Ashok Hindocha M -94262 54999

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The Government should urgently help BSNL, MTNL by vannamboodiri Both BSNL and MTNL ar in financial difficulties. Both have posted loss for the last three years. This year also it is not going to be different. The chances are that the loss may increase. It is a moot question to ask. If the BSNL and MTNL were not formed and the services were being provided by DOT itself, this position would not have arisen. But Government has conciously created the present situation by corporatisation. All the present problems have started with the corporatisation. As such, now it is the responsibility of the government to take necessary steps to restore the financial viability of both these PSUs. Sufficient Funds should be urgently given, the inefficient management should be made to be accountable and the co-operationm of the workforce ensured. The workers and their organisations are ready for maximum support and co-operation, but te initiative is to be taken by the management.This is completely lacking, unfortunately. We can not blame others and sit silent. A massive movement of the BSNL and MTNL workers is necessary to change the situation. Workers and their unions/associations have to take this great task to rejuvenate BSNL and MTNL. vannamboodiri | February 4, 2013 at 5:01 pm | Tags: BSNL - MTNL | Categories: BSNL ISSUES | URL: http://wp.me/p10Gfj-2iE

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Latest updated BSNL News By Ashok Hindocha M -94262 01999


[31.01.2013]“The Poorest and Cleanest Chief Minister of India” - Article Telecrusader February, 2013<www.bsnleuchq.com www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M -94262 01999 hindochaashok@gmail.com [31.01.2013]Promotion to E 1 pay scale of Rs.16,400 – 40,500 As per the agreement signed on NEPP, the Staff Side raised demand in the National Council meeting held yesterday the 30.01.2013, that 10% of the Non-Executive employees who complete one year service in the NE 12 pay scale should be promoted to the E 1 pay scale of Rs.16,400 – 40,500. Management Side accepted this demand. [31.01.2013]Designations Committee meeting to be held today the 31.01.2013 As per the discussion held in the National Council meeting held yesterday, the Designations Committee meeting will take place today. We expect some result. [31.01.2013]Walk out in the National Council meeting over the Gaziabad murder Staff Side members vehemently criticized the BSNL Management for not taking any action so far, on those who are accused in the murder of Com. Sukendar Pal Singh. The Staff Side members made a symbolic walkout over this issue and recorded their strong protest. [31.01.2013]CHQ – BSNLEU congratulates Punjab comrades for settlement of Contract Workers issues.<> [31.01.2013]Corporate Office letter on Constitution of a Core Group of deal with matters relating to holding of 6th Membership Verification<> [29.01.2013]Reminder for sending Savingram. As per the decision of the Forum of BSNL Unions and Associations savingrams are to be sent (between 28th to 30th January, 2013) to the Secretary, DoT with copies to the Hon’ble Minister of Communications and CMD BSNL, demanding the DoT to accord immediate approval for 78.2% IDA fixation. CHQ once again reminds all Circle and District Secretaries to ensure sending of the following savingram by tomorrow evening, i.e., 30th January, 2013. Text of savingram:- "Demand immediate implementation of the agreement on 78.2% IDA merger." To THE SECRETARY, DOT, SANCHAR BHAWAN, 20 ASHOKA ROAD, NEW DELHI COPY TO: (1) THE MINISTER COMMUNICTIONS, GOVT. OF INDIA, SANCHAR BHAWAN 20 ASHOKA ROAD, NEW DELHI (2) CMD BSNL, BHARAT SANCHAR BHAWAN, JANPATH, NEW DELHI [29.01.2013]BSNLEU meets Shri Akilesh Yadav, Hon’ble Chief Minister, UP and Chief Secretary, UP regarding the murder of Com. Sukendar Pal Singh Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President, BSNLEU, together with Com. Basudev Acharya, MP, Leader of the CPI(M) group in Lok Sabha, met the Hon’ble Chief Minister of UP, as well as the Chief Secretary of UP, regarding the murder of Com. Sukendar Pal Singh. At around 1100 hrs. today, both the leaders met the Chief Secretary and urged upon him to immediately arrest the murderers of Com. Sukendar Pal Singh. At 1400 hrs., both the leaders met Shri Akilesh Yadav, Hon’ble Chief Minister and urged upon him to immediately arrest the murderers. The meeting with the Hon’ble Chief Minister lasted for half an hour. The Hon’ble Chief Minister listened to the leaders carefully and assured appropriate action on the matter. CHQ sincerely thanks Com. Basudev Acharya, MP, for arranging the meeting.