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Office bearers
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Office bearers

  • Com. Animesh Mitra

    [ President ]
  • Com. P. Abhimanyu

    [ General Secretary ]
  • Com. Swapan Chakraborty

    [ Deputy General Secretary ]
  • Com. Gakul Borah

    [ Treasurer ]

Dada Ghosh Bhawan, 2151/1, New Patel Nagar, Opp. Shadipur Bus Depot, New Delhi- 110008

011-25705385(Office), 011-25894862(Fax)

envelopebsnleuchq@gmail.com
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Office bearers
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Office bearers

  • Com. Animesh Mitra

    [ President ]
  • Com. P. Abhimanyu

    [ General Secretary ]
  • Com. Swapan Chakraborty

    [ Deputy General Secretary ]
  • Com. Gakul Borah

    [ Treasurer ]

Dada Ghosh Bhawan, 2151/1, New Patel Nagar, Opp. Shadipur Bus Depot, New Delhi- 110008

011-25705385(Office), 011-25894862(Fax)

envelopebsnleuchq@gmail.com

BSNL Employees Union (CHQ), New Delhi

17 - Jan - 2019
Minutes of the 37th meeting of the National Council held on 20th November, 2018 under the chairpersonship of Director (HR), BSNL.

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17 - Jan - 2019
AUAB writes to the Hon'ble Minister of State for Communications - Informs strike will become unavoidable due to the delay in the settlement of the 3rd Pay Revision.

As per the decision taken in meeting held yesterday, letter has been written to Shri Manoj Sinha, Hon'ble Minister of State for Communications, by the AUAB, communicating it's unhappiness over the delay in the settlement of the 3rd Pay Revision issues. In the letter, the AUAB has stated that it would be compelled to go on strike, if no positive outcome comes on the issue. The letter was delivered by hand to the Private Secretary to the Hon'ble Minister of State for Communications today, by the AUAB representatives.

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16 - Jan - 2019
BSNLEU writes to the CMD BSNL, demanding to grant one extra increment to the left-out Non-Executives who suffered wage loss.

BSNL Management, vide it’s letter dated 08.01.2019, has granted relief to the left-out Non-Executives, appointed between 01.01.2007 and 07.05.2010, and who suffered wage loss. Vide the above mentioned letter, the actual wage loss suffered by the employees will be compensated. Whereas, the same BSNL Management has granted one extra increment to the TTAs, who were appointed  between 01.01.2007 and 07.05.2010, and who suffered wage loss. Thus, the BSNL Management has adopted discriminatory approach in respect of the left-out Non-Executives. BSNLEU has written to the CMD BSNL, demanding to end this discrimination, by granting one extra increment to the left out Non-Executives also.

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14 - Jan - 2019
BSNLEU writes to the CMD BSNL on granting of 1st promotion under NEPP, on completion of four years.

BSNLEU is continuously demanding that the TSMs regularised after 01.10.2000 should be granted 1st promotion under NEPP, on completion of four years. In this connection, BSNLEU is also continuously pressing upon the BSNL Management to implement the Court order. Once again BSNLEU has written to the CMD BSNL on this issue.

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10 - Jan - 2019
BSNLEU writes to the Director(HR), demanding review of the results of the failed SC/ST candidates of the JE LICE, held on 28.01.2018.

BSNLEU has already demanded review of the results of the failed SC/ST candidates of the JE LICE, held on 28-01-2018, based on the DoT order no.22-5/91-NCG dated 28-12-1992. In the meanwhile, based on the serious efforts taken by BSNLEU, and especially based on the discussion that BSNLEU held with the CMD BSNL on 10.07.2018, Management has given relaxation of qualifying marks to the candidates of all the categories, for the JE LICE held on 28-01-2018. Citing this relaxation given to all the candidates, Management has rejected any further relaxation to the SC/ST candidates. The stand of the Management is unacceptable. SC/ST candidates should get relaxation based on the DoT order no.22-5/91-NCG dated 28-12-1992. Hence, BSNLEU has written to the Director (HR), strongly demanding review of the results of the failed SC/ST candidates of the JE LICE held on 28-01-2018.

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10 - Jan - 2019
BSNLEU writes to the CMD BSNL, demanding amendment to the Non-Executives' Recognition Rules.

The 9th All India Conference of BSNLEU, held at Mysuru, has unanimously passed the resolution, seeking modification to the Non-Executives’ Recognition Rules. The Conference has demanded removal of the provision in the Non-Executives’ Recognition Rules, which stipulates that no second union will be recognised, if the first union gets 50% votes. The Conference has taken this decision, to strengthen the unity of the unions of the Non-Executives. To implement the decision of the Conference, the CHQ has written to the CMD BSNL, demanding amendment to the Recognition Rules, by explaining the circumstances.

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08 - Jan - 2019
Action taken report submitted by the Director (SR), DoT, in today's conciliation meeting conducted by the RLC(C).

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07 - Jan - 2019
BSNLEU writes to the Director (HR) on the issue of holding the JE LICE as "offline" exam.

In the last National Council meeting, held on 20.11.2018, Com.P. Abhimanyu, Secretary, Staff Side, demanded that the JE LICE should be conducted as an “offline” exam. He raised the above issue in his initial remarks. He cited the poor results of the last JE LICE, held on 28.01.2018, wherein only 111 candidates, out of the total 1,800 candidates who appeared in the exam, got qualified. He pointed out that most of the candidates who appear the JE LICE are from the line staff, who did not possess any working knowledge in computer. He also demanded that all Non-Executive to Non-Executive exams should be conducted as “offline” exam. Further, he suggested that, a full-fledged computer training should be imparted to the qualified candidates, so as to make them fully fit to handle the computer-related jobs. The Director (HR) who is also the Chairman of the National Council, appreciated that the suggestions and assured that, the issue would be revisited. In continuation of this, BSNLEU has written to the Director (HR), reiterating it’s demand that JE LICE should be conducted as an “offline” exam.

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31 - Dec - 2018
AUAB writes to the CMD BSNL, opposing the latter's proposal for the reduction of the retirement age from 60 years to 58 years.

The AUAB has already expressed it's strong opposition to the proposal of the BSNL Management, made secretly to the DoT, to reduce the retirement age of the BSNL employees from 60 years to 58 years. In continuation of this, the AUAB has written to the CMD BSNL, cautioning that the AUAB would be forced to go on struggles, if the BSNL Management tries to violate the decision of the Government of India, as well as the assurance of the Hon'ble MoS(C) on the matter.

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29 - Dec - 2018
Corporate Office letter on Austerity Measures.

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27 - Dec - 2018
BSNLEU writes to the CMD BSNL, on the failure of Sanchar Soft server at Trichy.

The Sanchar Soft server at Trichy crashed nearly a week ago, resulting in distruption of BSNL's SIM sales, MNP, etc. The matter was promptly taken to the notice of the CMD BSNL. Now, we are reported that the Sanchar Soft has started functioning partially. BSNLEU has again written to the CMD BSNL to ensure early and total restoration of the Sanchar Soft.

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27 - Dec - 2018
CHQ Hindi circular no.01 dated 24.12.2018.

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27 - Dec - 2018
AUAB writes to the CMD BSNL on the non-issuance of Record of discussion.

Talks were held between the CMD BSNL and the AUAB on 02-12-2018. Assurance was given by the CMD BSNL that the Pension Contribution by BSNL Management, in respect of the Directly Recruited BSNL employees, would be increased by 3% by March, 2019 and the remaining portion would be increased in the next instalment. However, no Record of discussion has been issued by the Corporate Office, for this assurance, despite repeated reminders to the CMD BSNL. Hence the AUAB has written to the CMD BSNL, demanding to issue the Record of discussion without further delay.

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26 - Dec - 2018
The AUAB writes to the Secretary, Telecom, on the issue Payment of Pension Contribution on Actual Basic Pay.

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24 - Dec - 2018
Notice issued by BSNLEU, NFTE, BSNLMS and TEPU for joining the two day General Strike that is taking place on 8th and 9th January, 2019.

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24 - Dec - 2018
AUAB writes to the Secretary, Telecom, on the formation of institutional mechanism.

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24 - Dec - 2018
CHQ circular on the 9th All India Conference held at Mysuru, from 17th to 20th December, 2018.

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12 - Dec - 2018
Hindi translation of AUAB circular no 52 dated 11.12.2018.

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06 - Dec - 2018
Constituting an Institutional Mechanism for interaction between the AUAB and the DoT - AUAB writes to the Secretary, Telecom.

In the meeting held between the Hon’ble MoS(C) and the DoT on 03.12.2018, it was assured that an Institutional Mechanism would be put in place, for periodical interaction between the AUAB and the DoT. The AUAB has written to the Secretary, Telecom, demanding constitution of this mechanism at the earliest. The AUAB has also demanded that the said Institutional Mechanism should be headed by the Additional Secretary, Telecom and not by a junior ranking officer of the DoT.

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06 - Dec - 2018
Unlawful detention of BSNL officers in Jharkhand - AUAB writes to the Hon'ble Prime Minister, demanding appropriate action.

The AUAB has already protested the unlawful detention of two BSNL officers, for more than 5 hours on 04.12.2018, by the Jharkhand police. This violation of human right has been committed at the behest of the Chief Minister of Jharkhand. The AUAB has written to the Hon’ble Prime Minister, with copy to the Hon’ble Home Minister, the Hon’ble Minister of State for Communications, etc., demanding appropriate and expeditious action on the perpetrators of this crime.

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