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Sunday, September 28, 2014

27-09-2014: Delhi Meeting regarding.......

Meeting of SNATTA CHQ and Circle secretaries held on 21-09-2014 at New Delhi. Detailed discussions held related to strengthening SNATTA , Wage disparity , JTO LICE , NEPP and designation change. The following resolutions passed in the meeting:   
     1. Mr. Sunil Gautam elected as Deputy General Secretary till the All India Conference
2. All India Conference will be held from 8-11-2014 to 9-11-2014 at Calcutta.
All Circles are requested to complete the Circle conference before All India Conference

27-09-2014: 2 hour walk-out on 30.09.2014. Make it 100% success.


Wednesday, September 24, 2014

24.09.2014:Varanasi Ghats, Lucknow Bhool-Bhulaiyyan to Get Wi-Fi Connectivity: BSNL

Put this down to the Narendra Modi effect. Soon, visitors and tourists to the Varanasi ghats and Lucknow's famed Bhool-Bhulaiyyan (maze) will be able to surf the net thanks to Wi-Fi hotspots being created there and at other places in the state at nothing less than breakneck speed.
Spurred into action by the ascendancy of Modi, the Varanasi MP, as the prime minister, telecom service provider Bharatiya Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has fast-tracked work on providing Wi-Fi connectivity at the Varanasi ghats. This would be done "earlier than expected" as the union telecom ministry is closely supervising the operations, a senior official told IANS, not wishing to be identified because of government rules.
In the first phase, Internet hotspots would be provided at the ghats and also at the Sangam, where the three holy Hindu rivers - the Ganga, Yamuna and the celestial Saraswati - meet. With major footfalls in these cities and tourist hotspots, an official pointed out "instructions were to make these places Wi-Fi by end of October".
Other than this, the fabled Bhool-Bhulaiyyan in Lucknow, represented by union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in the Lok Sabha, is also on the Wi-Fi radar.
Work has already begun on laying optic fibre cables in these areas. A senior official said work was being done in the right earnest.
In the next phase, BSNL plans to provide broadband connectivity at all major tourist attractions and religious places in the state to enhance the internet experience.
BSNL is also working in full swing on the National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) aimed at providing broadband internet in the countryside. The first phase of work is complete, with 1,477 villages - 387 in Uttar Pradesh - already connected to the internet. Spread over 19 districts and 25 blocks these villages will soon get a "major makeover" say officials, adding that these villages also have GPS installed.
In Lucknow, 15 villages are in the Bakshi Ka Talaab area, 34 in Mall block and 35 in the mango belt of Malihabad. Other villages which have been connected to the internet include Baberu in Banda, Gauhad in Hamirpur, Charkhari in Mahoba and Dariyabad in Barabanki.
While NOFN was conceived in 2011, work, officials admit, "picked up considerable pace ever since the Modi government came to power" and point out that instructions have been received from the union telecom ministry to review all cable joints and ensure broadband connectivity and GPS installation in all the nine circles of the state.
Modi is known for his stress and priority on use of internet and e-commerce as a powerful tool to develop India into a major power in the years to come. Only recently, a private e-commerce player launched a platform in Varanasi where weavers were connected to the internet to sell their looms, other products and the famous Banarasi saris.
"Uttar Pradesh is undergoing a sea change as far as use and assimilation of modern technology is concerned," said an official, while pointing out that the state government was also extending full support making it easier to usher in the internet revolution in the Hindi heartland. The Samajwadi party government's free laptop scheme under which hundreds of thousands of laptops were given to students who had cleared class 12 hinges majorly on Internet availability.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

16.09.2014:Government considers closing some loss-making state firms like BSNL, MTNL, Air India: The Economic Times

NEW DELHI: Government officials will meet on Tuesday to discuss proposals to shut down some loss-making state-owned companies, risking a conflict with powerful trade unions.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

08-09-2014: JAC meeting update..

JAC meeting held at New Delhi dated 05-09-2014. . Meeting was attended by all Unions/Associations Office Bearer including SNATTA. Meeting review the "Demand Day" reaction which was held on 07.08.2014 and concluded that BSNL Management is not serious about our Demand. Now Future course of action decided in that Meeting as follows :- 1. One day DHARNA at SSA, CIRCLE & BSNL CO Level on 23.09.2014. 2. On 30.09.2014 WALK-OUT in between 1100 to 1300 from the office. 3. Next JAC Meeting on 04.10.2014 to review the reaction of agitation and also will decide the Date of STRIKE in the month of November in this meeting. In addition of above will come to know that JTO-RR not finalized because Director of BSNL Board specifically Director from DOT and Individual Director dont want to give anything because the want to implement Deolittee Consulting recommendation first but the our objection is this is no way related with this issue. Same in case of PAY PARITY.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

03-09-2014: BSNL and MTNL to be merged by July 2015 ..

KOLKATA: The telecom department (DoT) has for the first time set a cutoff date—July 31, 2015—for concluding the much discussed merger of struggling state-run telecom companies, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd.

In a presentation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seen by ET, DoT said it expects to "secure Cabinet approval for the proposed BSNL-MTNL merger by June 30 next year".
Towards this, it plans to wrap up merger consultations with the unions of  .. 

02-09-2014: Digital India project could be a lifeline for MTNL, news

KOLKATA: The Digital India project, which aims at delivering the gamut of government services through cell phone applications, could provide a lifeline to struggling state-run telecom companies Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) by way of a near Rs 92,000 crore annual revenue opportunity by 2020.

02-09-2014: National Council Meeting is fixed on 25-09-2014....