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19-03-2019

Biennial GB of Kannur Branch has been conducted passionately at  Hotel Omar International , Kannur  . CS Com.Shaji  , CP Com.Vijayakumar attended the meeting . Com.SureshKumar K: JTO , Com.KM Lekshmanan : CAO and Com.Remesh Babu C :JAO  are elected as DS , DP and DFS.

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16-03-2019

CS & CVP Com.Rajan V met Shri.KK Vel , PGM F Kerala Circle and requested to issue all pending request transfers in JAO/AO cadres . PGM-F replied that as assured to AIBSNLEA during the last meeting with PGM , all the  transfer  request are under process and will be released in this month itself .  We further requested to post all the DFM(F) , who have been under order of transfer back to Kerala Circle , comfortably as per their request . PGMF assured to consider our request.

 

On 11-03-2019:  CS , ACS Com.Pushparajan and DS TVM Com.Binu met CGMT Kerala Dr.PT Mathew and requested to consider all the request  transfer orders of JTO/SDE without delay . CGMT assured to release the request transfer orders within a couple of weeks. He mentioned that some long stay transfers also will be done to balance the cadre strength in all BAs . We request to consider the present financial constraints of BSNL before issuing long stay transfer orders , if at all there .

 

14-03-2019 : CHQ News

Postponement of 6th AIC of AIBSNLEA proposed to conduct on 9th to 11th April 2019 at Vijayawada due to General elections notified and elections scheduled for AP state on 11th April 2019:

The host circle Andhra Pradesh has requested CHQ for the postponement of 6th AIC of AIBSNLEA proposed to conduct on 9th to 11th April 2019 at Vijayawada due to General elections notified and elections scheduled for AP state on 11th April 2019.

The general elections for parliament and some states throughout India notified schedule of elections from 11th April to 17th May 2019.As per CHQ notification the 6th AIC was notified from 9th to 11th of April 2019 at Vijayawada and the parliament and assembly elections for AP state scheduled on 11th April 2019. As per election code strict rules are being imposed and there will be 144 section for 72 hours before elections on 11th April 2019. The vehicles and hotels and the persons suspicious are under check is already started. Big gatherings and meetings are not permitted as per election code. In these circumstances it is very difficult to organize the 6th AIC which requires several delegates to participate in the Programme, Both assembly and parliament elections were scheduled for AP state on 11th April itself. We have thoroughly discussed with our AP Circle Office bearers and decided to request CHQ to postpone the proposed 6th AIC at Vijayawada. We are ready to organize the 6th AIC at Vijayawada as per the new schedule of dates. 

We have approached corporation authorities and they confirmed that they will allot the AC auditorium for 3 days from 14th to 16th of July 2019. For conducting 6th AIC at Vijayawada. In view of the above, AIBSNLEA CHQ has issued notice of postponement of 6th AIC on 14th,15th &16th July 2019 and Pre- AIC CWC meeting on 13th July 2019.

<<<Click here for notice of Pre- AIC CWC >>>

<<<Click here for notice of 6th AIC>>>

13-03-2019

SEA Cell of BSNL Corporate Office issued order regarding transfer & posting /re-allotment order in the grade of JAG of TAFS in BSNL      <<<<<Click here for order>>>>

08-03-2019

Biennial GB of TCR Branch has been inaugurated today by the PGMT Thrissur Shri.  Rajendran C at  Hotel Elite International , Thrissur  . CS Com.Shaji  , CP Com.Vijayakumar and CFS Com. Biju Gopal attended the meeting . Com.Aniesh Antony: AO , Com.Arun M S: JTO and Com.Geejo PV,AGM are elected as DS , DP and DFS.

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07-03-2019

The 4th CEC of this 7th Circle body has been conducted enthusiastically today at Hotel Elite International , Thrissur .

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All the Service , HR issues and matters regarding AIC at Vijayawada are transacted . Every comrade expressed their apprehension on the present stage of BSNL . Com.Rajan V CEC Member and EX DS TVM is co-opted as CVP of Kerala Circle  . …Details Follows…

06-03-2019 : CHQ News

Meeting with DGM (Pers): GS and President met DGM (Pers) and discussed regarding the regularization of the date of Promotion of AGMs/DEs as 29.6.2018 irrespective of their date of joining duty and extension of subsequent benefits if any with respect to the date of Promotion on 29.6.2018 pursuant to the instructions contained in AGM (Pers.I) BSNL CO, New Delhi Letter dated 4.7.2018, 5.7.2018 & 6.7.2018. In this regard we informed the DGM (Pers) thatAIBSNLEA has written  a letter to the GM (Pers) on 03.10.2018 along with the Clarification sought by the CGM Kerala Circle on 27.7.2018 but till date no clarification was not issued by the Pers. Branch of the BSNL Corporate Office to Kerala Circle or other Circles. After detailed discussion DGM (Pers) assured to issue the clarification shortly.

Meeting with Sr.GM (Estt): GS and President met Sr.GM (Estt) and discussed regarding

Extension of FR 22(1) (a) (i) benefits to the Ex. Officiating  JTOs W.e..from 1.1..2007: We requested Sr.GM (Estt) to generalize the BSNL CO order dated 15.11.2018  regarding  the fixation of Pay under FR-22 (1) (a) (i) with effect from 1.1.2007 to the officials, who were screening test passed & were officiating in the grade of JTO, to all Circles instead of limiting to some circles alone and we also requested to withdraw the wrong Fixation order dated 22.12.2015. We also produced the Govt.of India Gazette Notification for the fixation of pay under FR- 22(1) (a)(i)  w.e.frorm 1.1.2006  In this regard we informed the Sr.GM(Estt) that AIBSNLEA has written  a letter to the DIR (HR) on 19.11.2018 but no action has been taken in this regard. After detailed discussion SR.GM (Estt) assured to look in to the matter. During the discussion Shri A.K.Singh, DGM(Estt) also present who also assured to re-examine the matter.

The 4th CEC of AIBSNLEA Kerala Circle is scheduled for one day on 07/03/2019   (Thursday)

Venue:  Hotel  Elite International  , Round South , Thrissur.

Date & Time:  07/03/2019   Starts at 10 AM

Agenda : Discussion on Service/HR issues/Organization matters / matters to be
                            presented at AIC at Hyderabad
                          ( Detailed Agenda will be circulated in the venue)

All DS , DP , CWC Members and  Members of CEC are requested to participate in time without fail  <<<Notice for CEC >>

05-03-2019:CHQ News

AUAB Leaders Meeting with Director (CFA/CM/Finance) Shri Vivek Benzal : AUAB Leaders met Director (CFA/CM/Finance) and expressed our serious concern and protested against the non-disbursement of February 2019 Salary to all the Circles except BSNL Corporate Office, Kerala, Odisha and J&K Circle. AUAB Leaders also informed the Director (CFA/CM/Finance), this partial attitude of disbursement of February 2019 Salary in a selective manner to some of the Circles created frustration and demotivation among the BSNL Employees. Director (CFA/CM/Finance) informed that he has taken over the charges of Director(Finance) today morning only and assured AUAB Leaders to analyse the financial condition and to take immediate action for the payment of the February 2019 Salary. He further mentioned that Circles are demanding funds for Operation and Maintenance which also needs to be seen.

 

We requested the Director (CFA/CM/Finance) for the immediate release of funds for the disbursement of February 2019 Salary so as to achieve all the targets before 31st March 2019 and to maximize the revenue by the BSNL Executives and Non-Executives with full motivation. Director (CFA/CM/Finance) assured that he will try to sort out the issues within this week. He informed that the BSNL Management is writing a letter to Secretary (T) for enhancing the Ceiling Limit for availing CAPEX Loan which will be discussed in the BSNL Board Meeting most probably in the next week and after the Board approval it will be sent to DoT for consideration. Comrade GS & President attended this meeting.

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28-02-2019:CHQ News

Protest demonstrations against non-payment of salary: 
It is very unfortunate that payment of salaries of the Executives and Non-Executives of BSNL, for the month of February, 2019, is not made today. All of us are aware that BSNL is not getting the permission of the DoT, for taking bank loans. The AUAB has already demanded that the DoT should immediately permit BSNL for taking bank loans, to tide over the crisis. However, so far, the DoT has not given the necessary approval.

The AUAB has called on the employees to organise demonstrations tomorrow the 01.03.2019, protesting the non-payment of salary, and demanding the DoT, to immediately grant sanction to BSNL, for taking bank loans.

All the members of AIBSNLEA are requested to participate actively in the said demonstration..............<<<Click here for AUAB Circular>>>

27-02-2019

Biennial GB of Pathanamthitta Branch has been  enthusiastically completed today .  Com. Abhilash  V JTO , Com.Thomas Mathew AO and Com. Darsh V JTO were unanimously elected as new DS , DP and DFS . CS , CP  and Com.Rajan V , CEC Member  attended the meeting .

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26-02-2019

Biennial GB of Calicut Branch has been  enthusiastically completed today .  Com. Vineeth P JTO , Com.Shaji AO and Com. Rajeev E JTO were unanimously elected as new DS , DP and DFS . CS AIBSNLEA attended the meeting .

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23-02-2019 : CHQ News

6th All India Conference of AIBSNLEA

    (To be held at  Vijaywada , Andhra Pradesh)

 Schedule

 07.04.2019

> Arrival of CHQ Office Bearers / Advisors to CHQ / Circle Secretaries / CWC Members.

> CHQ Office Bearers / Advisors to CHQ Meet at 18.00 Hrs.

08.04.2019

> Pre - AIC CWC Meet at 10.00 Hrs.

> Arrival of Delegates

09.04.2019 to 11.04.2019

 > 6th All India Conference of AIBSNLEA

 12.04.2019

 > Departure of Delegates

  

Make it a Grand Success by>>>>

 

>  Attending the Conference in a large number.

 

> Electing the delegates as per the constitution and intimating their names and arrival/departure particulars to the host circle. Delegates to  be elected @ 30 paid members or part thereof being not less than 20 subject to the minimum of two per branch.

 

> Clearing the CHQ quota up-to the month of March, 2019 as well as Contribution towards Legal Funds and Diary payments.

 

> Depositing the Delegate fee @ Rs. 1800/- per Delegate to the host circle immediately on reaching Vijaywada.

 

> CHQ Office Bearers / Advisors to CHQ / Circle Secretaries /Circle Presidents and CWC Members will be the EX-OFFICIO Delegates.

 

> Ensure that the CWC members representing their Circle are elected as per the norms prescribed in the constitution. CWC members elected in excess will not be honored.

 

> No extra Delegates / Observers are allowed.

 

> Delegates attending the conference with family have to pay Rs.1500/- per member for food whereas the accommodation charges are to be paid as per actuals.

 

> Co-operating with the Host Circle in all respects. 

 

LONG LIVE AIBSNLEA

he following Committees are constituted to submit their report to 6th AIC at Vijywada, A.P.:

A. Committee for deciding the contents of AIBSNLEA Executive Diary:

1 Shri B.S. Reddy, Andhra Pradesh, Mob. No.  9440000322 -  Convener

2. Shri Devesh Sharma, Rajasthan, Mob. No. 9413394710  - Member

3. Shri Bhagwan Singh, Rajasthan, Mob. No. 9414001895  - Member

4. Shri C.Duraiarasan, Tamilnadu, Mobile No. 9486103122- Member

5. Shri V. Shaji, Kerala, Mob. No. 9446450450  - Member

B. Constitution Amendment Committee:

1 Shri B.S. Reddy, Andhra Pradesh, Mob. No.  9440000322 -  Convener

2. Shri Amit Gupta, Kolkata TD, Mob. No. 9433000088 - Member

3. Shri C. M. Saste, Maharashtra, Mob. No. 9422300555 - Member

4. Shri Devesh Sharma, Rajasthan, Mob. No. 9413394710 - Member

5. Shri C.Duraiarasan, Tamilnadu, Mobile No. 9486103122- Member

6. Shri Prusun Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Calcutta TD, Mobile No. 9432000184-Member

7. Shri J. Saibaba, Andhra Pradesh, Mob. No. 9490667899 -   Member

C. Study Group on Service issues and Departmental interest of members:

1. Shri Prusun Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Calcutta TD, Mobile No. 9432000184-Convener

2. Shri R. Guru Prasad, Tamil Nadu, Mobile No.  9486102406  - Member

3. Shri S.K. Hiremath, Karnataka, Mobile No. 9449850102-Member

4. Shri Karan Singh, Rajasthan, Mob. No. 9414001958  - Member

5. Shri A. G. Joshi, Maharashtra, Mob. No. 9422039222  - Member

6. Shri Rajpal Sharma, BSNL CO, Mob. No. 9868123459  - Member

7. Shri B. S. Reddy, Andhra Pradesh, Mob. No. 9440000322 -  Member

8. Shri S. K. Jena, Odisha, Mob. No. 9437011370  - Member

D. Viability of BSNL and other Pension related issue:

1. Shri Amit Gupta, Kolkata TD, Mob. No. 9433000088  - Convener

2. Shri P. Udayasuryan, Chennai TD, Mob. No. 9444404111 - Member

3. Shri Parvej Khan, Madhya Pradesh, Mob. No. 9425001163 -  Member

5. Shri M. K. Morodia, Rajasthan, Mob. No. 9413395858  - Member

6. Shri Prasun Kumar Mukhopadhayay, Kolkata TD, Mob. No.9432000184  -  Member

7. Shri C.M Saste,  ITPC, Maharashtra, Mobile No. 9422300555- Member

E. Committee on HR issues related to BSNL recruited Executives

1. Shri Bhagwan Singh, Rajasthan, Mob. No. 9414001895  - Convener

2. Shri Devesh Sharma, Rajasthan, Mob. No. 9413394710  - Member

3. Shri Deepak Sharma,  BSNL CO, New Delhi, Mobile No.  98681 44061-Member

4. Shri S. K. Jena, Odisha, Mob. No. 9437011370  - Member

5. Shri J.K.Patel, Gujrat, Mobile No. 9427300300-Member

F. Committee on HR issues of Telecom/Finance/Civil/Electrical/Arch/General Disciplines

1 Shri B.S. Reddy, Andhra Pradesh, Mob. No.  9440000322 -  Convener

2. Shri Raj Pal Sharma,  BSNL CO, New Delhi, Mobile No. 9868123459 -Member

3. Shri S. K. Jena, Odisha, Mob. No. 9437011370  - Member

4.  Shri Alkendra Singh, Rajasthan, Mobile No. 9414001018- Member

5. Shri K.P. Nair PA, Maharashtra, Mobile No.  9422663434-Member

All the members of AIBSNLEA are requested to kindly give their valuable feedback through the above mentioned committees at the earliest.

Also the Conveners of the above Committees are requested to submit their report/feedback to CHQ latest before 20th March, 2019.

21-02-2019

BSNL Corporate Office, New Delhi issued Provisional sequence list / provisional seniority list of eligible AGMs for considering them for promotion to DGM (T) on adhoc basis - regarding errors / omissions.....

Click here for >>><<<Letter & List-1>>>    <<<List-2>>>      <<List-3>>>       <<<List-4>>>

DoT commission seeks revenue assurance from BSNL, MTNL for revival support - Public sector firms BSNL and MTNL have sought financial support, 4G spectrum and approvals for asset sales as part of their revival plans.

By PTI | Feb 21, 2019, 05.34 PM IST

The DCC decided on providing technology neutral connectivity to 361 uncovered villages.
The Digital Communications Commission (DCC) on Thursday asked loss-making telecom PSUs BSNL and MTNL to explain their turnaround strategy and give an assurance to achieve higher revenue for getting financial support, an official said.
Public sector firms BSNL and MTNL have sought financial support, 4G spectrum and approvals for asset sales as part of their revival plans.

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DCC members wanted to know what is the revival plan, when will these (BSNL and MTNL) companies come back to health, how will they ensure that if they are given all the support, how exactly the commission can foresee that they will achieve higher revenue," an official source said after the meeting.

MTNL has sought a refund of interest that it paid for broadband wireless access spectrum which it was given by the government and asked to pay the price that was determined in auctions held in 2010.
Both state-run telecom firms have asked for permissions to monetise their land assets as well as the voluntary retirement scheme for employees on the Gujarat model. Under the Gujarat model, an amount equivalent to 35 days of salary for each completed year of service, and 25 days of salary for each year of service left till retirement is offered.

The VRS scheme for BSNL and MTNL will have a revenue impact of Rs 6,365 crore and Rs 2,120 crore respectively.
Both the companies have also sought spectrum for 4G services through equity infusion from the government.

MTNL, which operates in only Delhi and Mumbai, and expects that these measures will help the company is doing away with debt to the tune of around Rs 19,000 crore.
BSNL, which has the lowest debt of Rs 14,000 crore among all telecom operators, has sought 4G spectrum across India through equity infusion of Rs 7,000 crore. The total spectrum will cost the firm Rs 14,000 crore.
The PSUs have been also ailing because of high revenue to debt ratio due to a high number of government employees that were transferred by the Department of Telecom to them at the time of their formation. BSNL has 1.76 lakh employees across India and MTNL has 22,000 employees. It is estimated that 16,000 MTNL employees and 50 per cent of BSNL will retire while 50 per cent will retire in the next 5-6 years.
The revenue to wage ratio in case of MTNL has swelled to 90 per cent while in the case of BSNL it is around 60-70 per cent.
The DoT has recommended that VRS of both PSU should be funded through 10-year bond issue and the bond should be paid back by lease revenue that they will get from land asset monetisation.
DCC, the apex decision-making body at the DoT, has taken a call that revival of these PSUs is important because they operate in a strategic sector and therefore government presence in this sector is desirable. These are organisations with considerable strength capabilities as well as a strong asset base.
Besides, this the DCC has asked Universal Service Obligation Fund to work out on leasing of optical fibre network laid down under BharatNet project for 20 year period to telecom operators through auction to push its uptake and also evaluate sale option.
"After discussion, it was decided that the DoT must pressure this in all seriousness because this is a costly asset that is being created. However, DoT should also look at the outright sale of these fibre as well as leasing. USOF has been asked to work on it. In-principle the idea we must go ahead handling over this to the private sector on a long lease and ensure of its utilisation," the source said.
USOF has been also making an estimation of revenue proceeds through this process.
The DCC decided on providing technology neutral connectivity to 361 uncovered villages.
"
These are mostly in border areas. List of 261 villages which was given by MHA and some in J&K and some other uncovered areas. USOF has always gone for technologically pre-specified solutions but this time is a departure where only desired service levels and outcomes to be asked for," the source said.
If the project is successful than all tenders from USOF will be issued on technology neutral basis going to be technology neutral one.

 

 

                                                                                              Decisions of the AUAB meeting held on 20.02.2019.

A meeting of the AUAB was held today to review the 3 day strike and also to chalk out the future course of action. General Secretaries / Senior officer bearers of all the constituents of the AUAB participated. The meeting whole heartedly thanked the entire Executives and Non-Executives who made the 3 day strike a historic success. The meeting also congratulated the circle and district level AUAB, for effectively organising the strike. With the view to carry forward the movement further to settle the charter of demands, the following programme of action is finalised.

1) Conducting March to PMO on 06.03.2019, by mobilising the employees from the surrounding circles.

2) Memorandum to be submitted to all the MPs, latest by 28.02.2019.

3)  To send messages to the Hon’ble Prime Minister and Hon’ble Minister of State for Communications on Twitter.

4)  Meeting the Hon’ble Minister of State for Communications wherever possible by our comrades.

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