Friday, 27 December 2013

Meeting with CMD, BSNL on dated 24.12.2013



GS, FS met CMD, BSNL and discussed regarding
(a) Filling up of vacated EE(C/E) posts: We requested CMD for early filling of vacant EE(C/E) posts. The CPCs are not being conducted by the BW and EW Cell on the pretext of modification of BSNL MSRRs for the last one year. CMD assured to look into the matter.
(b) 78.2% IDA Pay Fixation of BSNL Pensioners: We requested CMD to further take up the matter in DoT for revision of Presidential Directive on 10.06.2013 wherein payment of arrears of 78.2% pay fixation of serving employees has been denied and this clause is causing problem in notional fixation of pension and now the case is referred by DoT to DoP&PW for clarification on notional pension fixation. Hence, the revised Presidential Order is required to be issued on the basis of latest CMD, BSNL letter. CMD assured to look into the matter.
(c) Introduction of LDCE in AO Cadre: We requested that introduction of LDCE in AO Cadre should not affect the JAO to AO CPC. CMD assured to look into the matter.

Saturday, 21 December 2013

78.2% PAY FIXATION FOR PENSIONERS



GS, Advisor (HQ) Sh. Satish Kumar and GS AIRBSNLEWA, Shri Kishan Singh met Member (Services) and Director (Estt.) DoT and discussed regarding implementation of 78.2% IDA pay fixation of BSNL pensioners. Member (S) mentioned that DoP&PW has asked the clarification from DoT whether the approval of Department of Expenditure (DOE) has been taken on this issue and the same has been replied by DoT on 09.12.2013 that no approval / clearance from DOE in this regard has been taken. Now the further reply/ clearance is awaited from DoP&PW. We also requested that on the basis of CMD, BSNL letter regarding actual payment/ arrears payment, DoT should revise the presidential directives. Member (S) mentioned that the same may be discussed with Addl. Secretary Telecom. (AST) & Jt. Secretary Telecom (JST). However, we will take up the, matter with AST/JST and CMD, BSNL.

GS writes to Shri R K Upadhyay, Chairman & Managing Director, BSNL regarding



(i) Non-finalization of IDA pay scales of JTO equivalent (E2) and SDE equivalent (E3) 

(ii) Issues related to provisions of Superannuation Benefits to directly recruited employees
 [Ref: - (1) BSNL CO letter no. 1-23-2012-PAT (BSNL) Dated 12.07.2013 and  
(2) AIBSNLEA Letter No. AIBSNLEA/CHQ/Sr.GM (Admn.)/2013 Dated: 31.07.2013]

(iii) Request for implementation of notional pay fixation w.e.f. 1.10.2000 for the executives' of Civil/Electrical/Architecture/PA/PS and equivalent cadres in the field units of BSNL

(iv) Introduction of Time Bound Functional Promotion/CPSU cadre hierarchy in BSNL
[Ref: BSNL Letter No: 4-5/2-11-Restg dated 01.07.2013] 

MOU WITH UBI FOR LOANS EXTENDED UPTO 2.11.2014


TRANSFER AND POSTING IN THE GRADE OF AOs


Friday, 20 December 2013

MEMBERSHIP VERIFICATION



GS discussed with GM(SR)
regarding BSNL Board approval 
on BSNL Executives Membership verification.
GM(SR) appraised that
yesterday BSNL Board has approved
to introduce Membership Verification 
of Majority Executive Association in BSNL.
He also told that shortly the notification in this regard
will be issued and the process of Membership Verification may start shortly.

Monday, 9 December 2013

DEC 12 - MARCH TO PARLIAMENT - CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS CALL



Within ten months from the historic two days countrywide general strike on February 20 – 21 this year, the working class of India is again getting ready for another country wide struggle, this time in the form of a mammoth ‘March to Parliament’ on December 12. All the eleven central trade unions who have been jointly leading the campaign and struggle on the ten point charter of demands since the last four years have called for this ‘March to Parliament’.The Ten Demands of the Joint Trade Union Movement of India are as follows:
1. Concrete measures to contain price rise
2. Strict enforcement of labour laws
3. Constitute National Social Security Fund at the national level to provide universal social security coverage to unorganised workers
4. No contractorisation of work of permanent/ perennial nature; equal wages and benefits for contract workers as the permanent workers doing the same job
5. Minimum wage of not less than Rs 10000 per month linked with consumer price index; amendment to Minimum Wages Act to ensure universal coverage irrespective of schedules
6. Stop disinvestment of Public Sector Undertakings
7. Concrete measures for employment generation
8. Assured pension for all
9. Remove all ceilings on payment and eligibility for bonus, provident fund, gratuity etc
10. Compulsory registration of trade unions within a period of 45 days and immediate ratification of ILO Conventions No 87 and 98
The call is fully supported by most of the independent national federations of employees and workers from other sectors like insurance, banks, state and central government departments, defence, BSNL, etc. Massive protest demonstrations will also be held on the same day and on the same demands at the district headquarters all over the country.