NUBSNLW (FNTO) proposed Pay Scales
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BSNL proposed pay scales on 10-09-2018 and Table showing the pay to be fixed as on 01.01.2017 in the revised scale for each stage rounded off to next 10 rupees and the net benefit as per BSNL's proposal prepared by NUBSNLW (FNTO).Click here to viewClick here to view
NUBSNLW (FNTO) wishes you all Happy Dussehra.
15-10-2018:-Shri K. Jayaprakash, General Secretary attended the Circle Working Committee meeting of Telangana Circle at Hyderabad on 14th October-2018.
15-10-2018:- Corporate office issued Clarification on dependency of Parents of BSNL employees under BSNLMRS.Click here to view
15-10-2018:- Corporate office issued Clarification on reimbursement of expenditure incurred on daycare procedures.Click here to view
15-10-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding âActive Festival Seasonâ campaign by BSNL employees.Click here to view
11-10-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Supply of data on age profile of BSNL employees on monthly basis.Click here to view
11-10-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Data of candidates who got minimum qualifying marks in JAO Part-II LICE against 40% quota but not promoted due to not coming in the merit.Click here to view
10-10-2018:- Corporate office issued Clarification regarding assigning Recruitment year for different exams in the cadre of JTO(T) with reference to BSNL CO. letter no. 5-6/2014/Estt-IV dated 16-04-2014.Click here to view
10-10-2018:- Corporate office issued the revised I.D.A orders w.e.f.01.10.2018.Click here to view
09-10-2018:- FLASH NEWS.
It is learnt that Joint Committee of Wage Revision meeting held today.Discussions held but in the matter of allowances no outcome.
The meeting deferred. Next date is yet to be decided.
05-10-2018:-Message from CMD BSNL.Click here to view
05-10-2018:- General Secretary Shri K. Jayaprakash along with Shri Mohinder Singh, C/S NTR Circle Delhi and Shri Ashok Kumar-II, District Secretary Dumka, SSA Jharkhand met with Shri H. C. Pant, Chairman 3rd wage revision committee and requested to settle 3rd wage revision with 15% Fitment and other issues like Pension & HRA etc immediately.
05-10-2018:- General Secretary Shri K. Jayaprakash along with Shri Mohinder Singh, C/S NTR Circle Delhi and Shri Ashok Kumar-II, District Secretary Dumka, SSA Jharkhand met with GM (SR) requested to early Finalisation of 3rd PRC and connected issues immediately.
05-10-2018:- For kind attention of recognized unions & Negotiation Commiittee.
In the last round of discussion it is observed that the recognized unions have accepted the pay scales offered by the BSNL with a slight modification in the maximum pay of NE-4 and NE-5. The next round of discussion is stated to be for allowances. Thus it is clear that the recognized unions have closed the pay chapter without any decision, discussion on negotiation on the following issues. In order to avoid further problems while fixing the pay of BSNL employees, these issues are to be discussed in detail and decisions taken before starting negotiation for revision of allowances. Will they do it?
Issues to be discussed
1) How to fix the pay as on 01.01.2017 in the new pay scale?
a) Percentage of fitment benefit in clear terms.
b) Rounding off of Pay after giving fitment benefit.
2) What is the fitment to be given on promotion. For Central scale 3% increment is given besides grade pay. BSNL has no grade pay. Then what is the extra benefit given on promotion? Our proposal is for 5% benefit.
3) What about upgradation of the pay scales of Sr. TOA. Why it was not discussed? Whether decision of the JCM (DC) of DOT will be implemented or not. It may be noted that the other decision of revision of pay scale of TTAs was implemented form 01.10.2000 itself.
4) If the fitment benefit is not committed in the agreement it will affect the pension revision also. So it is very much necessary to specify in the agreement.
5) Pension contribution as per FR 116 also should be insisted as for the ITS officers working in BSNL on deputation it is given for the actual pay only. There should be no discrimination and also no violation of statutory rule i.e.FR116.
6) The cost of this revision in all aspects should be discussed transparently by the staff side with the official side. Detailed calculation sheet should be placed for discussion. FNTO has already given a calculation sheet of additional cost and also savings of salary and pension contribution on account of retirement in the year 2017. More than 42000 employees are likely to be retired from 2018 to 2020. The cost savings on account of these retirements also needs to be discussed in detail in the committee. Net expenditure will be far less.
05-10-2018 : DPE orders on IDA increase w.e.f. 01-10-2018.Click here to view
04-10-2018:- General Secretary Shri K. Jayaprakash along with Shri Mohinder Singh, C/S NTR Circle Delhi met with Shri G. Sanjeeva Reddy, President INTUC and requested to arrange a Meeting with MOC for early settlement of 3rd Wage revision
04-10-2018:-Message from Sr. GM (Estt.).Click here to view
04-10-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Data profiling of Casual Labourers/Temporary Status Mazdoors working in field units of BSNL.Click here to view
04-10-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Holding of Online LICE for Junior Engineer(JE) under 50% quota for Recruitment year:2017 for vacancies up to 31-03-2018.Click here to view
04-10-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Contribution under Superannuation Pension Scheme for directly recruited employees who are on deputation in other organization/department.Click here to view
04-10-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Outsuorcing of Operation and Maintenance (O&M) activities of passive infra along with Sales and Marketing (S&M) of BSNL Non-collocated BTS sites.Click here to view
04-10-2018:-Review of JE LICE 50% quota result:-Click here to view
03-10-2018:-ON 28-09-2018, the DCC President handed over letter as Mandalam President, Congress Committee, Kozhoncherry to Shri Thomas John K. and on 02-10-2018 Reception was given to him on assumption of charge of Congress Mandalam President, Kozhoncherry.
NUBSNLW (FNTO) Congratulates to him on assumption of the charge and wish him all the success in his Assignment.
03-10-2018:-Message from Director(HR).Click here to view
03-10-2018:-CHQ write to CMD BSNL for payment of Bonus.Click here to view
03-10-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Change of Designation of major cadres of Non-Executives in BSNL-Guidelines.Click here to view
03-10-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Bifurcation of erstwhile AP Circle-review of facilities to JTOs and below level grade(non-executives) transferred from Hyderabad to Circle Office, Vijayawada, AP Circle.Click here to view
01-10-2018:-NUBSNLW (FNTO) wishes you all Happy BSNL Foundation Day.
29-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Recruitment for the post of DR Junior Accounts Officer in BSNL from open market through on line competitive examination held on 5th and 6th Nov 2017.Click here to view
28-09-2018:-I.D.A. increased by 7.6% from the present 128%. The total IDA will be 135.6% with effect from 01-10-2018.
28-09-2018:- FLASH NEWS.
It is learnt that Joint Committee of Wage Revision held today with no out come. Next meeting will be held on 09-10-2018
28-09-2018:- Letter to Director (HR) regarding Discrepancies in LICE JE (Erstwhile TTA)Exam held on 28-01-2018.Click here to view
27-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Holding of Online LICE for JTO (T) under 50% quota for VY: 2016-17 and VY: 2017-18 for vacancies up to 31-03-2018.Click here to view
27-09-2018:-Ulta Chor Kotwal ko dante!
The BSNL workers by now realized that the wage negotiations are conducting by the chief negotiator the BSNLEU half hearty colliding with the BSNL administration and there is every possibility of ditching them as done in the last wage revision. The BSNLEU is so desperate that, they started abusing the FNTO that we are exploiting the anxiety of the employees by spreading lies and slanders. No, we are saying the truth and we will exposĂ© there under hand dealing in front of the workers. Donât underestimate the workers, they are intelligent, fouling them will back fire.
Com.P.Abimanayu, GS, BSNLEU confirmed that, in the meeting held with CMD BSNL on 09-08-2018 he was quoting the DPE letter dated 03-08-2017, according to which the BSNL Employees are not eligible for wage revisionâ. Why this point raised by the union in the meeting? Is the CMD was not aware of this letter? Why should they remind the CMD a negative point? The fact is that the Honâble Minister for communication in his statement in the Parliament on 08-08-2018 clarified that the BSNL is making operative profit and the affordability condition is not applicable to BSNL. Despite this the BSNLEU is spreading lies that the BSNL workers are not eligible for wage revision. Why and what is the hidden agenda?
At last, BSNLEU accepted that the Dr. recruited TTAs (JE) appointed on 01-01-2007 were drawing less pay than the pre revised pay scale due to the faulty implementation of the last wage revision. However, without any shame they claim that to substantiate the wage loss they fought and got ONE INCREMENT to Dr. recruited TTAs. The question is why they agreed to downgrade the TTAs (JE) with one increment, when similarly appointed JTOs and JAOs were given THREE INCREMENTS. Even that one increment is not given to the Sr.TOAs who was placed similarly. The faulty pay scales of last time brought thousands of BSNL workers particularly the Group D staff on stagnation and huge financial losses. Shameful! BSNLEU is not an expert negotiator as they claim.
All these are the creation of BSNLEU due to acceptance of 68.8% IDA merger when the Govt. orders exist for 78.2%. Had it been done for 78.2% IDA, nobody including the Executives, Non-Executives and Pensioners would have lost the arrears for 6 Âœ years.
The Non-executive of BSNL are entitled to get at least 15% fitment as promised by the BSNL CMD. If you cannot get that fitment it will be your failure!
We are not shedding any crocodile tears. We have done much more than you for the workers. Could you get the 78.2% DA merger agreement till the FNTO joined the agitation? You were going on agitating for the wage revision committee, nobody bothered to settle the issue till the FNTO joined in series of agitations and the two day strike. Can you deny it? But once the formation of wage committee is settled, you ditched us, even avoid us while discussing with administration.
Who betrayed the workers history will say. Donât forget, when FNTO and others were on strike on the issue of corporatization, the BSNLEU ditch the workers, did not joined nation vide strike. FNTO won the historic strike, solved most the issues including pension for BSNL workers from the consolidated fund of India. This historic decision of PENSION is given to only BSNL not to any PSUs of this country. The BSNLEU is not a party to this achievement.
In the first wage revision committee of 2001-02, BSNLEU was not invited to join the wage negotiation. But it was our magnanimity that we convinced the administration and allowed BSNLEU leaders in the committee, despite objection from senior leader like O.P Gupta ji. (SG NFTE) But BSNLEU always ungrateful towards FNTO. They never reciprocated our goodwill. In that wage revision was incomparable and we were able to negotiate and brought Rs. 4000 to Rs.6000 benefits for the BSNL workers on IDA scale. Now let us watch, what the workers will get now?
Only the recognized unions can discuss the policy matters with regard to BSNL employees. It is their duty to set right the things. For their failures they should not blame other unions. FNTO will always raise its voices on policy failures by the recognized unions to take note for correction. If they donât do it BSNL workers will take note of their failures.
27-09-2018:-For the attention of the negotiating team for wage revision of BSNL Non-Executive Employees from 01.01.2017
BSNLEU and NFTE BSNL are concerned only about stagnation in the new scale because of their bitter experience of 01.01.2007 scales. Actually there will be no stagnation in the new scale proposed by the BSNL Management and after fixation on 01.01.2017 an employee will get an average of ten increments thereafter. Therefore the recognized unions should concentrate on the following demands.
1) Ensure 15% fitment benefit for all employees as assured by the CMD.
2) Ensure 5% increase on promotion instead of 3% to Non-Executive employees.
3) Upgradation of pay scale of Sr. TOA as per the decision of the JCM (DC) of DOT taken before formation of BSNL and directed the BSNL to settle it within 15 days of formation.
4) Rounding off of pay to be fixed on 01.01.2017 to the next 100 rupees instead of ten rupees as this Ten rupees has no value at all now.
FNTO has already submitted a detailed note justifying the above demands to the chairman of the negotiating committee. Will the recognized unions concentrate on these issues?
27-09-2018:-DoT to conduct special audit on telcos from FY-2012 onwards
The audit, to be resumed after a gap of three years, comes when license fee and SUC due to the government fell in 2017 by more than 23% on the year and is expected to fall this year too.
Mumbai: The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is set to conduct âspecial auditsâ of mobile phone operators from fiscal year 2011-12 onwards to check for under-reporting of revenue that might account for a sharp downturn in license fees and spectrum usage charges (SUC). Annual license fees and SUC paid to the government are calculated based on a telcos revenue.
The audit, to be resumed after a gap of three years, comes when license fee and SUC due to the government fell in 2017 by more than 23% on the year and is expected to fall this year too. This is due to the brutal price war which expedited a bloody consolidation that saw a spate of exits and M&As and dented telecom revenues.
Carriers fear the new round of audit could lead to a new dues being demanded from the already stressed sector, sparking more litigation and be a drag on time and resources.
âAll telecom companies will be audited soon and we are preparing for this. This will be the third audit and notices will go out soon,â said a senior DoT official, who did not want to be named.
ET has learnt that debt-laden Aircel, in the midst of bankruptcy proceedings, has already received the notice on the forthcoming audit.
âDoT proposes to conduct audit/special audit of Aircel for the period of seven years for financial year 2011-2012 to 2017-2018,â said the letter sent to Aircel. These special audits are under clauses 22.5 and 22.6 of Unified Access Service License which allows the DoT to comb the books of the operators.
In the notice, the DoT said it can âconduct an audit/special audit to detect any under reporting of revenues by the licensee with a view to secure the government dues of license fees and spectrum usage chargesâ.
Many players have quit the business since 2017 or have merged, unable to survive the competition. For example, Vodafone and Idea merged, while Bharti Airtel bought Telenor India and is buying Tata Teleservices wireless business.
Additionally, Reliance Communications (RCom), which had bought Sistema Shyam Teleservices, and Aircel have shut their wireless services. This leaves Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and Reliance Jio â which started operations in September 2016 triggering the tariff warâ as the only private sector telcos in the market.
Last year, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) pulled up six telcos - Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India, Idea Cellular, Aircel, RCom and Sistema Shyam - for allegedly understating their revenue by Rs61,064.5 crore over five financial years - from FY 2010-11 till FY 2014-15 â leading to the government losing out on Rs12,229.24 crore as payment from spectrum charges and interest.
The DoT itself conducted two audits previously - for years FY 2006 to FY 2008 in 2009 - and for three years from FY 2009-to FY 2011, in 2015/2016. The first audit led to demand notices for Rs1,846.51 crore being issued to five telcos. All demands have been challenged in court.
The second one â which followed a CAG audit that revealed under reporting of revenue to the tune of Rs 46,045.75 crore between 2006-07 and 2009-10, causing a loss of Rs 12,488.93 crore to the government - led to demands of over Rs12,000 crore on six telcos, but is also stuck in court.
âSpecial audits typically happen when the DoT is not convinced about account reporting and the concern is mainly on the AGR calculations that are defined differently. They have every right to audit, but if operators again decide to challenge the new findings, it will lead to more legal cases,â said Rajan Mathews, director general of Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), which represents telcos.
Historically, telcos have stymied DoTâs efforts to recover SUC and license fees on the grounds that the definition of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) â or revenue derived from licensed services â is still to be decided by the courts.
Mathews said that in 2017, the industry had recommended that there should be only one audit that takes care of concerns of all regulatory bodies, else âthey impact business hours and operations since behind each audit resources are set aside and they last for many weeksâ.
âThis will be another way for the telecom department to see if they can charge us any other kind of dues. And this is contradictory to DoTâs stated claim that it wants to reduce litigation,â said a senior executive at one of the telcos who did not want to be identified.
While officials in DoT downplayed the latest audit saying it was routine, telco executives said it cannot be ignored that in the last few years the industry has clashed with regulator and government on calculations of dues locking up nearly Rs 80,000 crore is litigation.
Source:-Economic Times 25 September- 2018.
22-09-2018:-Regarding 15% fitment benefit our rejoinder to BSNLEU.
We have no doubt about the grant of 15% fitment benefit for new scales. This was already told by the CMD on 09.08.2017 to the recognized unions.
Com. Abimanyu as if he is the owner of the company questioned the CMD as to how it is possible. He has gone one step upwards and told that the BSNL employees are not eligible for wage revision as the BSNL is running in loss for more than 3 years. (See their website of 09.08.2017)
Despite that, the CMD and BSNL Board approved the pay revision of Executives with 15% fitment benefits. Therefore there is no doubt about the quantum of fitment benefit. Only the representative unions are telling as if the DOT suggests 0 to 5% fitment benefit to BSNL staff.
While revising the pay scales it is to be done in such a way that the existing employees appointed after the cut off date of revision of wages i.e. 01.01.2017 should not get less than what they were getting before the revision takes place. The revision of pay scales of TTAs from 01.01.2007 is a classic example
For 01.01.2007 revision the agreement was delayed by more than 3 Âœ years. In the pre-revised scales the TTAs appointed on or after 01.01.2007 were drawing more than the minimum of the pay fixed in the revised scale for TTAs. That discrepancy led to the demand for extension of 30% fitment benefit to those who were appointed on or after 01.01.2007 also. Normally even in CDA revisions the fitment benefit is given only to those who were on the rolls of BSNL before the cut of date for revision of wages and to those appointed on or after the cut off date, no fitment benefit is given.
Only these two recognized unions are now telling by fixing the revised minimum of Rs.18600/- the fitment benefit is less than 15%. FNTO has given a memorandum and devised the pay scales in such of way that the appointees on or after 01.01.2017 are also getting that quantum of benefit given to pre-2017 appointees. BSNL Employees and the BSNLEU should know that there is no hollowness in the minds of FNTO leaders. It is only in the minds of BSNLEU. 01.01.2007 pay scales are the classic examples for this. Almost all Gr D employees got stagnated in the revised scales in a couple of years from 01.01.2007.
FNTO and FNPTO have already seen several pay commissions on this issue and we have sufficient experience in this regard. This group of erstwhile NFPTE and NFTE has not attended any pay commission and submitted any pay demands in the CPCs. Hollowness exists only in their minds and not in FNTO.
20-09-2018:-Rejoinder to BSNLEU in reply to Wage settlement in BSNL with less than 15% fitment?
2nd Pay revision from 01.01.2007
1) Joint Committee was formed in November 2006 with the BSNLEU the only recognized union then and the BSNL Management.
2) The Jt. Committee finalized the recommendation only on 15.01.2010 after 3 years delay.
3) Wage agreement was signed on 07.05.2010 after a delay of 3Âœ years.
4) The committee recommended wage revision merging 68.8% IDA instead of 78.2% IDA for which Govt. orders exists at that time.
5) On 20.04.2010 during strike negotiation FNTO raised the issue of 78.2% IDA merger with the then HM (C) and the Minister Shri. A. Raja asked BSNLEU to discuss with CMD regarding 78.2% IDA merger and find solution within 15 days. If it could not be settled within 15 days he has asked them to come and meet him to settle the merger of 78.2% IDA. In fact Com. Namboodri refused to raise the issue before the HM(C) on the plea that it is issue not in the strike demand.
6) Can the BSNLEU say, whether they have discussed the matter with the CMD. If so when and with what results.
7) The fact is that they have neither discussed the matter with the CMD nor reported it to the then HM (C) Shri A. Raja for a solution.
8) Instead, on 16th day the 07.05.2010 signed the wage agreement unconditionally accepting merger of 68.8 % IDA for obvious political reasons.
9) Because of this BSNL Employees and pensioners lost the arrears from 01.01.2007 to 09.06.2013 i.e. for 6 Âœ years. HRA increase for 78.2% IDA was also surrendered for 9 ÂŸ years out of 10 years dues.
10) During the wage revision talks in 2007, BSNLEU was the only recognized union (elected with the votes of FNTO). It is their responsibility to negotiate better wage settlement and they cannot blame others for their deliberate failures for political reasons.
11) BSNLEU has demanded a minimum wage of Rs.14, 000/- from 01.01.2007 but in the joint committee recommended the same for Rs.7760/-. As a member of the joint committee they are also responsible for this poor settlement. They cannot boast that they got more pay than bank employees. Bank employees settlement is for 5 years whereas for BSNL it is for 10 years. If they are not agreeable they should not have signed the recommendation for the minimum pay of Rs.7760/- and 68.8% IDA merger or they should have signed it under protest. They have done nothing. Thus BSNLEU has surrendered the rights of BSNL Employees. For their failures they cannot blame FNTO.
19-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Pension Sanctioning Authority for IDA pensioners and custody of Service Books of IDA pensioners.Click here to view
19-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Fixation of pay under FR-22(1)(a)(i) to the officials, who were screening test passed & were officiating in the grade of JTO.Click here to view
14-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Confirmation in the cadre of TOA (G)/(TG)cadres.Click here to view
14-09-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Common order dated 08-06-2018 of Hon'ble High Court, Hyderabad in WP Nos 18958, 19232, 23127, 23135 & 25300 of 2016 in the matter of Md. Ghouse and others---Approval for implementation thereof.Click here to view
14-09-2018:- FLASH NEWS.
It is learnt that Joint Committee of Wage Revision held today with no out come.
14-09-2018:- Wage settlement in BSNL with less than 15% fitment-FACTS.
The BSNLEU is blaming others stating so called vested interests are criticising them to keep their mistakes blocked in Wage settlement in BSNL with less than 15% fitment.
The recognised unions are criticising the other unions who are pointing out their deliberate mistakes.
1. The proposal for new pay scales submitted by recognised unions on 8th August-2018 para one:-
âFitment benefit of 15% as recommended by third PRC and approved by cabinet and orders issued by DPE.BSNL Management has already recommended for 15% fitment benefit and sent it for the approval of DOT. Thus there is unanimity between management and staff side on this issue " based on this only they submitted proposed pay scales i.e. Minimum pay scale should be 19590/-
2. on 9th Augustâs meeting they reported that Management proposed 2.40 multiplication factor fitment (it will be 9.34 % fitment ) and we demanded 2.44 multiplication factor fitment (it will be 11.17% fitment out of 15 % fitment less then their own proposal) demanding 19000 minimum pay scale .what made they laid down to their own proposal is better known to them.
3. On 10th September-2018 meeting surprisingly they are blaming Management that management is asking to accept 0 to 5% fitment and all opposed strongly then management came down and handed over their proposal with 2.44% fitment .This was demanded by recognised unions in the last meeting.
4. It cannot be forgotten in 2nd wage revision the lapses on behalf of BSNLEU to discuss and argue strongly resulted in loss of three and half years of arrears to employees including loss of HRA.
Now the recognised unions starting criticising other unions and sirking from their responsibility and assurance given to working employees.
Thus the employees and pensioners are scared of being cheated by the Unions and Management.
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14-09-2018:- We are sorry to inform that Shri J. Peter (Trichy) former Circle Secretary, NUBSNLW (FNTO) Tamil Nadu Circle has passed away this morning at his residence K.K.Nagar, Trichy. NUBSNLW (FNTO) CHQ records its condolences and conveys heartfelt sympathies to the family members of the departed leader.
13-09-2018:-Letter to Chairman, Joint Wage Revision Committee for Non-executives in BSNL request to early finalisation of 3rd PRC to Non-executives with 15% fitment regarding Click here to view
13-09-2018:-NUBSNLW (FNTO) wishes you all Happy Ganesh Chaturthi.
11-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Change of designation of Sports persons.Click here to view
11-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Bifurcation of erstwhile AP Circle-addressing of different issues including transfer of Non-executive staff from Hyderabad to Vijaywada etc.Click here to view
Joint Committee on 3rd Wage Revision Meeting held on 10-09-2018
Management proposed the pay scales for Non-executives with 2.44% Multiplication factor Fitment will arises 11.17% out of 15% Fitment.
With 15% Fitment (Multiplication factor will arises 2.52%.) Thatâs what the DOT/DPE and BSNL Management recommended.
Example NE-1 Scale = 7760+119.5% IDA+15% (i.e. 2.52% Multiplication factor Fitment) 7760+9273+2555=19590/- So that NE-1 Minimum Pay Scale should be 19590/- only.
Management proposed 2.44% Multiplication factor will arise 11.17% Fitment.
Example NE-1 Scale = 7760+9273+1902=18935/- say 19000/-.(Less than 15% Fitment)
NUBSNLW (FNTO) suggests the recognized unions to stick on 15% Fitment. As the Next wage revision will be after 10 years only.
Management proposed Pay Scales.
Next Meeting will be held on 14-09-2018.
News on 3rd Wage Revision Negotiation meeting held on 10-09-2018.
The Wage Negotiations Committee Meeting held today, it is noticed that the Management suggested 2.44 % Multiplication factor fitment, so that the Minimum Scale is 19000/- with 32 years span.
Next meeting will be held on 14-09-2018.
07-09-2018:-The recognized unions are again demanding low quotation of Pay Scales to Non executive employees.
3rd Wage Revision Negotiation Meeting held on 27-08-2018. Management Side proposed that, the minimum of the new pay scales should be arrived at, by multiplying the minimum of the existing pay scales by 2.4. Accordingly, they proposed the minimum of the new NE 1 pay scale as RS.18,600/-. However, the Staff Side did not accept this. They demanded that the multiplication factor should be 2.44. Accordingly, the minimum of the new NE1 pay scale comes to Rs.18, 934/- and that it should be rounded off to Rs.19,000. They also demanded that the 2.44 multiplication factor should be applied to arrive at the minimum of all the new pay scales. The Management Side agreed to examine these proposals of the Staff Side.
As per the Discussion held on 27-08-2018, Management Proposed 2.4% multiplication i.e. Basic x 2.4% multiplication i.e. 7760 x 2.4=18934 compared with the total of Basic Pay + IDA, The fitment is 9.34%. And the Recognized Unions demanding 2.44% multiplication is getting 11.16% only i.e. less than the fitment benefit of 15% as recommended by third PRC and approved by Cabinet and orders issued by DPE. BSNL management has already recommended for 15% fitment benefit.
If it is 15% Fitment, Basic Pay 7760/- multiplication by IDA 119.5% i.e. 9273/- Total 7760+9273=17033 +15% fitment i.e. 17033x15% =2555 Total 17033+2555=19588 i.e. 19590/-
So Minimum of the New Pay Scale should be 19590/- or if it is rounded off to next 100/- rupees it should be Rs 20,000/-
07-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Simultaneous action of prosecution and initiation of departmental proceedings-guidance thereof.Click here to view
07-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Change of designation of Non Executive Employees in BSNL.Click here to view
07-09-2018:- Corporate office issued FAQ on Retention of Quarters beyond the permissible limits.Click here to view
07-09-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Compassionate Ground Appointment of rejected cases.Click here to view
06-09-2018:-Today General Secretary Shri K. Jayaprakash along with Shri Mohinder Singh, C/S NTR Circle Delhi met with Shri H. C. Pant, Chairmen, Wage Revision Negotiations Committee and submitted a letter to draw attention on the 3rd PRC considering the Minimum Wage Rs. 20,000/- & requested to finalised the Negotiations before 30th September 2018. He responded positively.-K. Jayaprakash, GS
06-09-2018:-Letter to CMD BSNL regarding Minimum pay of BSNL non executive employees as on 01-01-2017 to be revised in the wage negotiation committee in BSNL.Click here to viewClick here to view
03-09-2018:-NUBSNLW (FNTO) wishes you all Happy Janmashtami.
01-09-2018:-Corporate office issued letter on Limited Internal Competitive Examination (LICE)for promotion to the grade of JE (Erstwhile TTA) under 50% quota for the recruitment year 2016 held on 28-01-2018--One time Relaxation in qualifying marks(%) regarding.Click here to view Click here to view
31-08-2018:-Message from Director(HR).Click here to view
31-08-2018:-India: 36,000 Port Workers to get 10.6% wage hike.
Some 36,000 port and dock workers at the 12 major ports owned by the Centre will get a 10.6 per cent wage hike for a five-year period beginning January 1, 2017.
The wage increase was finalised recently by the Bipartite Wage Negotiation Committee comprising representatives from the Indian Ports Association (IPA) and the five workersâ unions at major port trusts.
âFair and reasonableâ
âA wage increase of 10.6 per cent is a very fair and reasonable settlement in the present scenario when the port trusts are going through a tough time,â T. Narendra Rao, General Secretary, Water Transport Workersâ Federation of India, one of the five workerâs federations that were part of the negotiations, said.
The Ministry has formed a committee to draft the wage settlement, which will be signed in Mumbai in the first week of August, Rao said.
The wages of port and dock workers are revised once in five years as their wage revision was de-linked from other Central Government employees in 1969.
During the negotiations, the port management, though, sought to revise the wages once in ten years, in line with the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission for Central Government employees. But, this move was opposed by the workerâs unions.
At the lowest level, an employee will get a wage hike of Rs.3,000 while at the highest level (excluding officers), a worker will get as much as Rs.10,000, Rao said.
The workers will also be paid the arrears for 18 months from January 1, 2017. The wage revision comes at a time when the workers unions ended a 15-day campaign from June 28 âto create awareness among the port workers on certain basic issues pertaining to port and dock workers and industry and prepare them for a mass struggle against the ongoing anti-workers and anti-people policies of the government,â Rao said.
The unions, among other issues, have urged the Government to scrap the plan to convert âport trustsâ into âauthoritiesâ by enacting the Major Port Authorities Bill, which they fear will lead to âprivatisationâ of the major ports.
The unions are also demanding a centrally- operated common pension fund for all major ports to ensure uninterrupted pension payments in the emerging scenario, Rao said.
Source: The Hindu Business Line
31-08-2018:-Over 1 lakh employees and pensioners get 10.6% hike.
The 12 major ports run by the Centre will raise the wages of its more than 32,000 Group C&D category port and dock workers and some 105,000 Group C&D pensioners by 10.6 per cent beginning January 2017, according to a five-year agreement signed on Thursday.
The settlement will raise the overall wage and pension bill of the dozen ports by about Rs. 560 crore per annum, a Shipping Ministry statement said. The finalisation of the wage settlement was first reported by Business Line on 13 July-2018.
The settlement provides for 10.6 per cent fitment on basic pay plus DA. The lowest grade of workers will get a pay-scale of Rs. 20,900-43,600 and the highest grade worker, Rs. 36,500-88,700.
âAs per the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the welfare of the people is the chief priority of the government, and I am glad that major ports are becoming drivers of socioeconomic change. Major ports have become pioneers in taking this initiative, being the first to sign the wage settlement for Group C&D employees,â said Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Transport and Shipping, who was present at the signing of the wage pact here.
The settlement was signed between six Port and Dock Workersâ Federations and the Port Management under Section 12(3) of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, before the Regional Labour Commissioner who represented the Chief Labour Commissioner.
The wages of port and dock workers at major ports are revised every five years as their wage revision was de-linked from other Central government employees in 1969. The wage revision in many of the major public sector enterprises is done every 10 years.
Published on August 30, 2018
30-08-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Voluntary contribution of one day basic pay by BSNL employees towards Prime Minister's Relief Fund for the victims of flood in Kerala State.Click here to view
28-08-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Child Care Leave in case of disabled children.Click here to view
28-08-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Change of Circle for medical claim purpose by retired employees.Click here to view
28-08-2018:-News on 3rd PRC Negotiations meeting held on 27th August-2018.
The joint committee of wage negotiations for non executives met yesterday. The management side proposed a Minimum of RS 18600 /- for NE 1 Scale. The staff side demanded Rs 19000/- (it is understood that the management proposal is also Rs 19000/- for minimum pay scale of NE 1). Due to payment of pension contribution at the maximum of the pay scales span. Management is for restricting the maximum of the pay scales span.
Next meeting will be held on 10th September-2018
25-08-2018:- Additional Note for 3rd PRC case of Sr.TOAâs.Additional Note
1) Almost all employees in BSNL are drawing the pay @ maximum of their pay scale as on 01.01.2017. The employees in NE-1 to NE-6 are even drawing the maximum of 3 stagnation increments. Others in NE-7 to NE-12 are either drawing pay in the maximum of their pay scale or in the verge of maximum. As such the additional expense on account of revision of wages could only be the 15% fitment benefit. Accordingly the cost of our demand is worked out.
2) Upgradation of pay scale of Sr.TOA from 4000-6000 (CDA) to Rs.4500-7000 as per JCM (DC) of DOT decision and as per the agreement dated 30.09.2000. A copy of the record of discussion held in connection with the September 2000 strike is enclosed. Earlier consequent on the V CPC recommendations the FNTO has demanded revision of pay scales of Sr.TOA by introducing EDP scales and TTA at par with the Diploma holders working in other departments like Railways etc and also as per V CPC recommendation. Accordingly decision was taken in the JCM (DC) of DOT to revise the above pay scales.
After formation as BSNL the pay scale of TTA was revised from 4500-7000 to 5000-8000 from 01.10.2000. The BSNL was prepared to implement the decision of revision of pay of Sr.TOA from 4000-6000 to 4500-7000 (COA) from 01.10.2000 itself as was demanded by the FNTO and NFTE in the JCM (DC) and also as per the agreement reached at the time of strike in DOT before formation of BSNL.
Due to some misunderstanding in the service unions this decision of the DOT was not implemented for Sr.TOA. This has caused dissatisfaction among the Sr.TOAs. Subsequent agreement on NEPP also complicated the issue, by down grading the pay of OTBP from 7100-10100 to 6550-10500 leading to anomalies and also dissatisfaction among Sr.TOAs.
Now this union requests the BSNL to kindly resolve this issue by upgrading the pay scale of Sr.TOA from 4000-6000 (then CDA) to 4500-7000 as per the decision of the then JCM (DC) atleast from 01.01.2017 utilizing the opportunity of wage revision to render justice to the Sr.TOAs. This will cause no additional expenditure to BSNL and no need for revising the other promotional pay scales of Sr.TOA which will remain as it is. The total number of Sr.TOAs in Basic cadre as on 01.01.2017 is only 20398 and drawing maximum pay in their scale. Their pay on upgradation will be fixed under FR 23 read with FR22 I (a) (2) and no extra cost will be involved. We hope for the favourable decision.
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25-08-2018:-History of Sr. TOA Pay scales in BSNL.
History of Sr. TOA Pay scales in BSNL
NEPP agreement itself is a blunder committed by the then recognized union BSNLEU. We have suggested a proposal for NEPP scheme to Com. Namboodri. A copy of the same is enclosed.
But that union blindly signed the defective agreement in order to get votes in the union election. They have simply copied the EPP without knowing its implications. For EPP each scales starting from E1 to E6 are promotional scales. The basic scale of E1 is for JTO/JAO. There are no other cadres as basic cadres. But in the NEPP it is not like that.
BSNLEU is now shedding its crocodile tear by telling that the Management has downgraded the Sr. TOA pay scale of 7100-10100 to 6550 â 9325. Actually the basic scale of Sr. TOA is 4000-100-6000 i.e. the corresponding IDA scale is 5700-8100. OTBP (Sr. TOA) scale was 4500-125-7000 in CDA. Corresponding IDA scale for 4500-125-7000 is 7100-200-10100. The DOT on the demand of FNTO in the then JCM (DC) has agreed to revise the pay scale of Sr. TOAs from 4000-100-6000 to 4500-125-7000 from 01.10.2000 from the date of formation of BSNL.
The pay scale of TTAs was also upgraded and revised from 4500-125-7000 to 5000-150-8000. This was also as per the demand of FNTO consequent on the recommendations of V CPC. In a promotion committee meeting of BSNL it was agreed to implement TTA pay scales from 01.10.2000 itself. The Management was prepared to implement the revised pay scales of Sr. TOA also from 4000-100-6000 to 4500-125-7000 Corresponding IDA pay scales are 5700-8100 and 6550-9325 respectively. But the unions refused to accept this offer and did nothing to get it at par with TTAs. BSNLEU or NFTE also have not taken any steps to revise the basic grade scale of Sr. TOA till today. Sr. TOAs are still longing in the pay scale of 4000-6000 (5700-8100 IDA).
The OTBP Sr. TOAs were drawing 7100-200-10100 scale. The agreement made by the BSNLEU in the NEPP it is clearly stated that it is for the next higher IDA scale. The basic scale of Sr. TOA is 5700-8100 Next higher IDA scale is 6550-9325. As per the agreement in par 6.1, the promotion to the next higher IDA scale. According it is given as 6550-9325 for NEPP I upgradation downgrading 7100 scale. But as per para 6.4 an employee who got OTBP / BCR etc. the old scheme may opt to treat it as first upgradation in NEPP and the subsequent promotions will be as per NEPP. Accordingly many Sr. TOAs have opted to treat the promotion got under the erstwhile promotion policy of OTBP/BCR etc as first upgradation under NEPP. Some Sr. TOAs due to misguidance by some unions have opted for NEPP to 6550 scale forgoing the promotions already got under OTBP / BCR schemes in 7100-10100 scale. They are now suffering due to stagnation and loss of salary and pension benefits. It is a recurring loss for them.
To remove this anomaly upgradation of the pay scale of Sr. TOAs as per the decision of the then JCM (DC) is the only solution. It may be revised retrospectively from 01.10.2000 atleast on notional basis from 4000-6000 to 4500-7000 scale with the actual benefit from 01.01.2017.
Will the two recognized unions i.e. BSNLEU and NFTE BSNL do it atleast now while negotiating new scales from 01.01.2017? to undo the injustice done to Sr. TOAs.
Joint General Secretary
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25-08-2018:-NUBSNLW (FNTO) wishes you all Happy Raksha Bandhan.
25-08-2018:- NUBSNLW (FNTO) heartly wishes you all happy Onam and Thiru Onam Day.
24-08-2018:-Affordability Clause is not hurdle in wage revision for Non-executives- Honâble Minister replied in Parliament. The Honâble Minister of Communication has said in Parliament on 08.08.2018 while replying to a question of some MPs, that the BSNL is not covered by the affordability clause of DPE OM dated 03.08.2018. The DPE also clarified that the BSNL does not fall under the category mentioned in para 5 of DPEâs OM dated 03.08.2017.
Cabinetâs approval is required only to relax the condition of 20% of the average profit before tax (PBT) of the last three financial years. For this the DOT is now processing the case.
22-08-2018:- NUBSNLW (FNTO) heartly wish Eid Mubarak on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Zuha.
21-08-2018:- All Unions Kerala Circle met today and decided to give a letter to CGM for deducting One day Basic Pay + DA towards Kerala flood relief fund. CHQ appreciate the decision-K. Jayaprakash, GS
21-08-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Change of date of holiday on account of Id-ul-Zuha (Bakrid)during 2018 in BSNL offices located at Delhi/New Delhi.Click here to view
21-08-2018:- Corporate office issued Clarification on individual cases related to service matters from Unions/Associations-regarding .Click here to view
21-08-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Verification of service of BSNL absorbed employees and DOT employees after completion of 18 years of service or on being left with five years service.Click here to view
21-08-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Systemic improvement in medical claims of BSNLMRS beneficiaries.Click here to view
You are well aware of the serious situation in Kerala after heavy
rains and floods. Thousands of people are in Relief Camps. They lost
their houses, valuables, cattles and livelihood. It will take months
together to restore normal life. Kerala government has exhibited
commendable efficient crisis management in the situation. But that is
not enough alone. All of us should contribute to the Relief work. Our
Units of all circles also should extend maximum help at this time of
unprecedented distress faced by people of Kerala. Hence, CHQ calls
upon all to send donation to our Kerala Circle Union earnestly as
early as possible.
Kerala State is facing the fury of nature. It is being hit by
torrential rains, which the state has never witnessed during the last
17-08-2018:- Former Prime Minister, Bharat Ratan Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, passed away yesterday.
NUBSNLW (FNTO) pays itâs respectful homage to the late leader, and conveys itâs heartfelt condolences to his family members. .
It's during the regime of Shri Vajpayee ji, BSNL workers got Govt Pension from consolidated fund of India according to the last pay drawn in BSNL for that Rule 37 of FR amended by insertion of clause 37 A. We the BSNL Pensioners and Workers pay our last respect to the patriotic leader Vajpayee ji. We pray that his soul may rest in eternal peace in heavenly abode. K. Jayaprakash, GS, K.Vallinayagam, Ex GS & Thomas John K. President, NUBSNLW (FNTO)
15-08-2018:- NUBSNLW (FNTO) wishes you all Happy Independence Day.
14-08-2018:- Corporate office issued Clarification on Compassionate Ground Appointment-reg.Click here to view
10-08-2018:-Updates on 3rd Wage Revision:- As per the available reports the 2nd meeting of the Joint Committee on 3rd Wage Revision held on 09-08-2018 the management side did not come with any proposal. The next meeting is fixed on 27th August-2018. K. Jayaprakash, GS.
10-08-2018:-Corporate Office issued Guidelines regarding Holding of Confirmation Test in the cadre of TOA(G)/TOA(TG.Click here to view
10-08-2018:-General Secretary Shri K. Jayaprakash along with AGS Shri T. M. Pattaiah, Shri Mahalingaiah C/S and Shri.
Narsimha Murthy Circle union office bearer attended the District Conference of Davangere on 9th August-2018. Addressed a seminar on "Quality of service in BSNLâ GM Shri J.L. Goutham and other officers also addressed, after the seminar GS & AGS explained the present position of BSNL and 3rd wage revision etc. GS welcomed the new members joined from BSNLEU.
The following are elected unanimously.
President Shri P. R. Krishnappa, Chitradurgh
District Secretary Shri J. D. Manoher, Davangere
Treasurer Smt. Kusuma, Davangere
08-08-2018:-Corporate Office issued Clarification on Compassionate Ground Appointment-regarding.Click here to viewClick here to viewClick here to view
08-08-2018:-General Secretary Shri K. Jayaprakash on tour Karnataka Circle to attend the Davangere SSA District Conference on 9th August-2018.
07-08-2018:-Today General Secretary Shri K. Jayaprakash along with Shri Mohinder Singh, C/S NTR Circle Delhi met with Shri A. M. Gupta GM (SR)Corporate office and submitted the 3rd wage revision proposal, discussed scale wise. After the discussions the same 3rd wage revision proposal submitted to Shri H. C. Pant, Chairmen, Wage Revision Negotiations Committee-K. Jayaprakash, GS
04-08-2018:-Reply in Rajya Sabha with regard to Expansion of BSNL Infrastructure,Question No.-1997.Click here to view
02-08-2018:-Reply in Lok Sabha with regard to Financial condition of BSNL and MTNL, Question No.-2326.Click here to view
02-08-2018:-Corporate Office issued letter regarding 12th meeting of BSNL Staff Welfare Board.Click here to view
31-07-2018:- Corporate office issued Clarification on Compassionate Ground Appointment-reg.Click here to view
31-07-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Disbursement of salary to employees working in BSNL.Click here to view
31-07-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Absorption in BSNL and issue of Presidential Order of left out cases : submission of the cases by Circles in proper format.Click here to view
28-07-2018:-Corporate Office issued letter regarding Holidays to be observed in BSNL Offices during the year 2019.Click here to view
25-07-2018:- Corporate office issued the revised I.D.A orders w.e.f. 01.07.2018.Click here to viewClick here to view
25-07-2018:- Shri Thomas John K. President NUBSNLW (FNTO) is on organizational tour at Ahmedabad reorganising the senior leaders addressed a meeting.
23-07-2018:- There is no change in our decision. As we have already decided on 09-07-2018 not to participate in the AUAB proposed hunger fast agitation w. e. f. 24th to 26th July-2018 as our main demand is settlement of 3rd wage revision. Management has started negotiations on 20th July itself. Now it is the duty of Recognised unions to complete it as early as possible. For remaining demands AUAB can discuss with MOC /Secretary DOT across the table-K. Jayaprakash GS
20-07-2018:- Congratulations to all non executives. The negotiations meeting with Management on 3rd wage revision started today between Management and Recognised unions. It is serious efforts of the All Unions and Associations of BSBL. We expect the better pay scales with more than 15% fitment and perks w.e.f. 1-1-2017 including pension revision without any delay . We hope this time no cadre will suffer with stagnation.
Our union requested Management to invite all unions for negotiations or atleast more than 2% unions and I proposed Shri Thomas john K. President NUBSNLW FNTO but Management did not consider our request.
Best of luck we hope the final agreement may reach before August-2018 because the Management spelled that the proposed pay scales will be decided as per the DPE guidelines i.e. neutralisation 100% DA with fitment â K. Jayaprakash
17-07-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Information in request of casual labourers who had been conferred Temporary Status on or before 30-09-2000 and who have been appointed subsequently as Telecom Mechanic in BSNL.Click here to view
14-07-2018:-Nomination of Adhoc Committee for NUBSNLW(FNTO) Rajasthan Circle.Click here to view
13-07-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Review of extension of without voucher facility to Retired Employees.Click here to view
13-07-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Holding of LICE for Junior Engineer under 50% quota for the Recruitment Year-2017âApproval thereof.Click here to view
13-07-2018:-Corporate office issued Meeting Notice regarding Exploratory meeting on 3rd Wage revision of non-executives in BSNL.Click here to view
13-07-2018:- General Secretary along with Shri M. R. Vashisht, Advisor & Shri B. C. Pathak, Financial Secretary going to Jaipur to attend CWC of Rajasthan Circle on 14-07-2018 at Jaipur.
13-07-2018:- Letter to CMD BSNL regarding Review of medical reimbursement to serving employees on outdoor medical treatment with vouchers.Click here to view
13-07-2018:- Letter to Director (HR) regarding Discrepancies in JE (Erstwhile TTA)held on 28-01-2018.Click here to view
12-07-2018:- General Secretary along with Shri Mohinder Singh, C/S NTR Circle Delhi met with GM (SR) and discussed several issues.
12-07-2018:-Corporate office issued Office Memorandum regarding Revision of Annual Ceiling for reimbursement of outdoor treatment.Click here to view
11-07-2018:- General Secretary Shri K. Jayaprakash along with Shri Nathu Prasad Singh, Working President, Jharkhand Circle met with GM (Admn), GM (SR) & GM (Rectt) discussed about the JE LICE results & requested to review the results and demanded to GM (SR) to start the Negotiations for 3rd Wage revision for Non-Executives immediately. He replied the Management is ready with Draft Proposal with 15% weightage w.e.f. 01-01-2017 waiting for discussions with recognized unions, if they agree our proposal within one month it will be completed.
General Secretary demanded to nominate two more members in Negotiation Committee from NUBSNLW (FNTO) and BTEU as we are having more than 2% representations with Minimum Trade Union facilities and also requested to nominate Shri Thomas John K. All India President NUBSNLW (FNTO) in the wage revision committee as he is a senior most and well experienced leader in the BSNL. It is also reminded in the 1st wage revision Com Late Shri O. P. Gupta, ji insisted the BSNL Management to involve all applicant unions for Negotiations, Management agreed and invited all the applicant union representatives for Negotiations.
11-07-2018:- Shri C. Singh General Secretary, NFTE BSNL came to our office and discussed about latest issues.
11-07-2018:-FNTO and SEWA BSNL not back track
a) At the outset, Thanks for accepting that the signature of General Secretaries were Scanned and Agitational Notice issued.
b) 26-06-2018 AUAB Meeting my, Circle Secretary Shri Mohinder Singh attended
04-07-2018 No information to our union.
06-07-2018 Agitational Notice issued and no information to us.
c) Previously never issued any notice without original signature of myself, if I am not available I deputed my V.P. Smt. Madhu Trivedi, Financial Secretary Shri B.C. Pathak, Shri Mohinder Singh, Circle Secretary NTR Circle Delhi for signature on the notice.
d) It is also to remind you on 25-04-2018 the General Secretary BSNL ATM informed to scan his signature but we insisted to send his representative. At 16-00 hrs Shri Revithi Prasad came and signed
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10-07-2018:- NUBSNLW (FNTO) & SEWA BSNL decided not to participate in the AUAB Agitational Programmes on 11-07-2018 & 24, 25 & 26 July 2018 Hunger strike. The main Demand is settlement of 3rd Wage Revision, In this regard the DoT has already permitted to form a Negotiation Committee of Non-Executives. And BSNL Management has already requested the Recognized Unions to give names of the Committee members, it is in process.
Regarding other issues AUAB can take initiate the Interview with Minister/ DoT for their settlement because on 24-02-2018, Minister assured that whenever you want to discuss you feel free to meet Secretary DoT / Minister for the settlement of issues. Hence we feel Agitation is not necessary at this Juncture.
It is also noticed that the signatures of General Secretaries scanned and issued the Agitational notification without consent of the above General Secretaries. This is highly objectionable. Letter to Secretary DoT and CMD BSNL. Click here to viewClick here to view
06-07-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Release of pensionary benefits to a retiree against whom personal court cases (other than departmental) is pending in the competent court.Click here to view
06-07-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding CMD BSNL is to look after the charges of Director (CM).Click here to view
06-07-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Immunity from transfer to Unions/Associations.Click here to view
04-07-2018:-D. O. letter from Shri Anupam Shrivastava,CMD BSNL.Click here to viewClick here to viewClick here to viewClick here to view
04-07-2018:-Corporate office issued Sanction for payment of ad-hoc Circle Sports Grant for the year 2018-19.Click here to view
03-07-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Disbursement of Salary to employees working in BSNL.Click here to view
03-07-2018:-Corporate office issued Guidelines regarding Holding of Screening Test for promotion to the cadre of Sr. TOA(G).Click here to viewClick here to viewClick here to view
30-06-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Analysis of Circle Wise Revenue Growth along with BSNL Revenue Growth and Market Share for the Quarter ending March 2018 of F.Y.2017-18. Click here to view
30-06-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Disbursement of Salary to employees working in BSNL.Click here to view
29-06-2018:-I.D.A. increased by 0.8% from the present 127.2%. The total IDA will be 128% with effect from 01-07-2018.
29-06-2018:-Letter to Director (HR) regarding Formation of Wage Revision Committee for BSNL Non-executives. Request for including NUBSNLW(FNTO) representative.Click here to view
29-06-2018:-Letter to Director (HR) regarding Withdrawal of Family planning allowance and shifting of salary date.Click here to view
29-06-2018:-Letter to Shri R.C.Pandey, GS, BTEU regarding Memorandum on issues concerning Non-Executive employees-Launch of Agitation programme by BTEU (BSNL).Click here to view
29-06-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Reduction in Energy Expenses.Click here to view
28-06-2018:- Corporate office issued letter regarding Disbursement of Salary & staff remuneration to employees working in BSNL.Click here to view
27-06-2018:-Corporate office issued letter regarding Grant of Child Care Leave to women employees of BSNL (absorbed/directly recruited/deputationists/deemed deputationists).