Based on the agreement already reached between the Staff Side and the Management Side, BSNL Corporate Office has issued letter for Change of Designations to the left out Non-Executive cadres. However, the agreement reached in the Committee, in respect of left out Group D cadres, in the pay scales from NE-1 to NE-3, has not been agreed by the Management Committee, despite BSNLEU’s taking up this issue strongly with the CMD BSNL. In respect of these left out Group D cadres, once again discussion will take place in the Joint Committee for Change of Designations.
As was informed by BSNLEU yesterday, the Corporate Office has announced it's decision to give relaxation to the candidates who appeared in the JE LICE, held on 28-01-2018. This decision is announced by the Corporate Office Letter No.7-2/2017- Rectt. dated 31-08-2018. According to this, in respect of General and OBC candidates, the qualifying mark for each part has been relaxed from 30% to 20%. In respect of SC and ST employees, this relaxation is given from 20% to 15%. As regards aggregate marks, for General and OBC candidates, the existing 37% has been relaxed to 30%. For SC/ST employees, the aggregate marks are relaxed from the existing 30% to 23%. Based on this relaxation announced by the Corporate Office, the modified results of the JE LICE will be announced shortly. BSNLEU conveys it's advance congratulations to all the candidates whose results are going to be announced shortly. BSNLEU also heartily thanks the CMD BSNL and the Director (HR) for accepting the proposal of BSNLEU and granting the relaxation for the JE LICE.
Any clarification issued by the DoP&T, on Child Care Leave, is automatically applicable in BSNL, for which Corporate Office endorsement is not needed. BSNL Corporate Office has already issued this instruction to all the field units. This instruction was issued by the BSNL CO, based on the intervention made by BSNLEU. However, still some circles keep seeking the endorsement of the BSNL CO, for the clarifications issued by the DoP&T. BSNL CO has once again reiterated it’s position, in response to the letter written by the CGM(O), Kerala circle.