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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

25.09.2013: Prime Minister approved the constitution of the 7th Pay Commission for central govt staff - Finance Minister...



Prime Minister Approves the Constitution of Seventh Central Pay Commission; Recommendations are Likely to be implemented with effect from 1st January, 2016

Saturday, September 21, 2013

21-09-2013:

WHY WE SHALL NOT ADOPT
“BHUKHA OFFICE”

TILL TRADE UNIONS DECIDE FOR INDEFINITE STRIKE PROGRAMME JOINTLY AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR 78.2% CASE

Friday, September 20, 2013

20-09-2013: Trade unions should now only eye on BSNL youth and the BSNL.. they should give the prime importance to the youth as this part will now only save BSNL...

our agenda: 1) wage erosoin issue..
                   2) reduction of JTO LICE service condition
                   3) Pay scale upgradation of TTAs
                   4) superannuation benefit..
                   5) merger of 35 % and 15 % vacancy through RR 2001.
                   6) Change of designation of TTAs
                   7) assure JTO vacancy as per RR 2001...
                   7) etc
if they want to save BNL , then they should only save the youth of this organisation......

20-09-2013: SNATTAWBTC feels something should be done if nothing done by Trade unions...we are thinking about " BHUKHA OFFICE"....if we found that our wage erosoin matter is not solved then trade unions should take indefinite strike till settlement of the issue...if the trade unions do not take anysuch move we may move for " BHUKHA OFFICE" till trade unions take indefinite strike programme for wage erosoin issue.....call your DS regarding detail of the matter...we are culturing for it.. if need arise we may take decision....we shall send our proposal to our CHQ soon for adoption of the same....


Sunday, September 15, 2013

16-09-2013: All District Secretaries and Circle Executive members are requested to check their E-mails.. TWO mails( one some days ago and one just now) regarding prposal for the further step over wage erosoin loss matter ... cultivate the matter in the SSA and reply immediately....... its urgent....


16-09-2013: Govt decided to refund 11000 crore refund to BSNL and MTNL....

The Group of Ministers (GoM), headed byFinance Minister P. Chidambaram, on Thursday, decided to refund over Rs 11,000 crore to BSNL and MTNL, the two state-run players, for returning broadband wireless access (BWA) spectrum.

At 09:30 a.m.; MTNLBSE 0.13 % pared some of the morning gains and was trading 2.5 per cent higher at Rs 15.75. It has hit a low of Rs 15.41 and a high of Rs 16.20 in trade today.

MTNL has rallied over 50 per cent so far in the month of September as compared to over a 40 per cent fall in the year 2013. Shares have rallied from Rs 9.94 observed on 30 August to Rs 15.35 recorded on 12 September.

"The Group of Ministers took firm decisions - one in relation to pension of MTNL employees, the second in relation to the spectrum that was allocated both to BSNL and MTNL in the 2.5 GHz band, and one other small issue," Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal said.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

12-09-2013: Govt plans to give 2.5 crore mobile phones, 90 lakh tablets free of cost through BSNL.....starting from 2014...TOI

NEW DELHI: In another mega scheme to woo the poor, the Centre proposes to spend Rs 7,860 crore distributing 2.5 crore mobile phones and 90 lakh tablets virtually free of cost to targeted beneficiaries over the next four years starting 2014-15, in the name of bridging the digital divide in the country.
The mobile phones will come bundled with free connection charges for two years. The user, who will have to pay a one-time charge of Rs 300, will also get 30 minutes of talk time, 30 text messages and 30 Mb of data usage free per month. This scheme will be restricted to the rural population.
Similarly, tablets will be given away to students of classes XI and XII, both in rural and urban areas. These gadgets will have free data card connection for two years.
The proposal has been sent to the telecom commission by the department of telecommunication (DoT). After it's approved by the commission, the plan will be sent to the Union cabinet.
States to decide beneficiaries
The programme will be implemented by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd on behalf of the government. In the first year, 25 lakh mobile phones and 15 lakh tablets are proposed to be distributed at a cost of Rs 395 crore and Rs 772.5 crore, respectively. In the second year, the department aims to give away 50 lakh phones and 35 lakh tablets at a cost of Rs 880 crore and Rs 1,858.75 crore, respectively.
In the third year, 75 lakh people will get phones at an expenditure of Rs 1,365 crore and 40 lakh students will be given free tablets at a cost of Rs 2,191.25 crore. In the fourth year, the free tablets program will end but will still cost the department Rs 150 crore in providing services for the data card connections. The department will spend Rs 1,850 crore in distributing the remaining handsets.
While the administrative and distribution charges for each mobile phone will be Rs 320, for tablets this cost will come to Rs 900.
In the case of tablets, beneficiary will get device and data connectivity for a maximum period of 2 years or his/her duration of study at school, whichever is less. The service provider will give a free package of 75 minutes talk time, 75 SMSes and 500 MB data usage every month.
The proposal says selection of beneficiaries for the programme will be done by state governments. But they will have to meet broad guidelines fixed by the department — only one beneficiary from each family covered under MGNREGA and 30% 'open' beneficiaries for mobile phones.
For tablets, the government will target students of classes XI and XII studying in government schools who are not covered by other similar schemes. The list of eligible students would be provided by school authorities and authenticated by state governments.
Funding for the programmes will from the Universal Service Obligation Fund, which is being realized through a levy of 5% on telecom services revenues from operators. Till March 31, 2013, this kitty had nearly Rs 28,000 crore and Rs 6,500 crore was being added every year.

12-09-2013: BSNL has also chalked out plan to post profit before taxes by 2018....ET

Present MTNL CMD AK Garg and BSNL CMD R K Upadhyay were selected through search-cum-selection committee recommended by panel headed by Advisor to Prime Minister Sam Pitroda for revival of both the PSUs. Both the CMDs were appointed in 2011 for three year period with an option for extension.
The process was approved by the TC in July 2010. Under present CMD R K Upadhyay, BSNL has been able arrest its losses that it had been posting since 2009-10. BSNL has also chalked out plan to post profit before taxes by 2018.
On the other hand, MTNL also expects to be cash flow positive by finacial year 2014-15 and post profit by FY'2017-18.
MTNL reported widening of the net loss to Rs 5,321.12 crore for financial year 2012-13, compared to Rs 4,109.78 crore in FY'12. BSNL losses, as per unaudited results, stood at Rs 8,198 crore for 2012-13, compared Rs 8,851 crore posted in 2011-12.
While PESB is done with the phase of application submission on August 27 for BSNL CMD, it has fixed last date of October 17 for MTNL CMD applications.

Monday, September 9, 2013

10.09.2013: DoT may give BSNL a Rs 10,000-crore breather soon..

KOLKATA: The telecom department may allow strugglingBharat Sanchar Nigam a breather by excluding Rs 10,000 crore it is likely to get from the Universal Services Obligation Fund (USOF) for implementing two government telecom ventures while computing licence fee.
State-run BSNL is likely to receive the amount from the USOF kitty over next three years for rolling out mobile networks in India's naxalite hotbeds and handling 70% of the trenching and cable laying costs in the national broadband venture, popularly known as the national fibre optic network (NOFN) project.
Media report: 
The Economic Times