2,700 candidates were selected in the 2016 DR JE recruitment. Among these candidates, many did not appear for document verification, or did not report for training after getting selected. The Corporate Office is in the process of filling up such unfilled vacancies. BSNLEU has also demanded to fill up the unfilled vacancies of Tamil Nadu circle without delay. In this connection, the Corporate Office has released a list of 257 DR JE candidates, who are to be appointed against the unfilled vacancies.
BSNLEU is continuously demanding that the Hon’ble CAT order in respect of granting 1st NEPP to the TSMs regularised after 01.10.2000. The Hon’ble CAT has directed that these employees should be granted 1st promotion under NEPP, on completion of 4 years. BSNLEU is continuously demanding that this order of the Hon’ble CAT should be implemented for all the TSMs regularised after 01.10.2000, and not only to the litigants. However, the implementation of this demand is being delayed, on the plea of ascertaining the financial implication. Corporate Office has once again sent reminder to the CGMs, calling for the inputs. Circle Secretaries are requested to take up the issue with their respective CGMs and to pressurise them to send the requisite inputs to the Corporate Office at the earliest.
BSNLEU has been continuously pressurising the Management to complete the Restructuring of the industrial cadres. In this connection, BSNLEU has been pointing out that the report submitted by the Restructuring Committee of Telecom Factories in 2007, has not been implemented fully. This issue was once again raised by BSNLEU in the 35th (adjourned) meeting of the National Council held on 13.11.2017. After detailed discussion, the Management Side replied that, it would re-examine the Restructuring of the Non-Executives in Telecom Factory. According to this decision, the Corporate Office has constituted a Committee, consisting of 5 officers, to look into the Restructuring of the Non-Executive cadres of the Telecom Factories. The Committee has been directed to submit it’s report within 3 months. BSNLEU will submit it’s charter of demands to this Committee, with regards to the demands on Restructuring of the Industrial Cadres.
After prolonged efforts taken by BSNLEU, the Standing Committee of the National Council has been reconstituted by the Management, and letter is issued. Com.P.Abhimanyu, GS, Com.Balbir Singh, President and Com.Swapan Chakraborty, Dy.GS, are BSNLEU's representatives in the Standing Committee, which will review the implementation of the decisions of the National Council.
The newly reconstituted Standing Committee of the National Council is meeting on 24.01.2018, for which Corporate Office has issued the notification. We thank Shri A.M.Gupta, GM (SR) who has taken action to promptly hold the meeting. Review of the decisions taken in the 35th meeting of the National Council, held on 11-05-2017 and 13-11-2017, will be undertaken in this meeting.
Corporate Office has issued the minutes for the formal meeting, held between BSNLEU and the Director (HR) on 08-01-2018. Certain important issues were discussed in the meeting. The Director (HR) has fixed responsibilities to each of the seven GMs who attended the meeting, for the settlement of the issues. CHQ is following up with those officers regularly.
Ms.Anima Roy, who is holding the charge of GM(Estt.) is proceeding on Child Care Leave. Consequent to this, the charge of GM(Estt.) will be looked after by Shri Keshav Rao, GM(Trng.). Similarly, the post of GM(Rectt.), which is also being held by Ms.Anima Roy, will be looked after by Shri Ashutosh Gupta,GM(Restg.).