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XXX All India Conference of SNEA:

  • XXX All India Conference of SNEA is scheduled to be held at Dr. Manmohan Singh Auditorium ,Punjab Agriculture university Ludhiana from 28.11.2018 to 30.11.2018 and the pre AIC-CWC Meeting will be held at the same venue on 27.11.2018..<<<<View Notice for XXX All India Confrence at Ludhiana >>>>

  • View the  sanction letter of special casual leave for attending the AIC at Ludhiana issued by SR Section of BSNLCO .

  • View the  sanction letter of special casual leave for attending the AIC at Ludhiana  Endorsed by Punjab Circle .

  • The number of delegates should be elected as per the provisions of the constitution. [One(01) delegate for every 30 members or part thereof being not less than 20, subject to a minimum of one per Branch/Division/District/SSA


  • Dr.Manmohan Singh
    Auditorium Punjab Agriculture University Ludhiana
  • CHQ Office Bearers, CSs and CWC members shall be ex-officio delegates, in addition to the eligible delegates.

  • Observers are not allowed as accommodation arrangements  has been made only to the eligible delegates the observers if any reaching the AIC venue should make their own arrangements for the Accommodation.  

  • The Accommodation for the CWC Members /Circle Secretaries /CHQ office bearers will be available from 26.11.2018 evening to 01.12.2018 Morning.

  • The Accommodation for Delegates will be available from 27.11.2018 evening 01.12.2018 Morning .

  • DELEGATE FEE @ RS.1250 /- PER DELEGATE TO BE PAID

  • we had received the journey detail from all the circles and we are very thankful to all the circle Secretaries for providing the required information the details will be shared with all the circle shortly further Contact details of Accommodation and Transportation Committee will be provided on the website.  

Glimpses of Rally held throughout Punjab Circle on 14.11.2018 by All Unions & Associations demanding implementation of the assurances given by the Hon MoSC in the meeting held with the AUAB on 24.02.2018

Rally at all levels on 14.11.2018 by All Unions & Associations in BSNL demanding implementation of the assurances given by the Hon MoSC in the meeting held with the AUAB on 24.02.2018

 

Charter of Demands:

(a) 3rd Pay Revision to BSNL employees.

(b) Implementation of Government Rules in payment of Pension

contribution by BSNL.

(c) Allotment of 4G spectrum to BSNL as per the proposal submitted by the BSNL Management.

(d) Pension revision for the BSNL pensioners.

e) Settlement of left out issues of the 2nd PRC.

<<<<<View Letter to Secretary / DoT and CMD / BSNL>>>>

All the district secretaries ,office bearers of of SNEA Punjab Circle are requested to make the programme a grand success in coordination with other unions and Associations

Dharna at all levels on 30.10.2018 by All Unions & Associations in BSNL (AUAB) demanding implementation of the assurances given by the Hon MoSC in the meeting held with the AUAB on 24.02.2018. Make all out preparations for the success of the day long Dharna with massive participation.

Demands:

(a) 3rd Pay Revision to BSNL employees.

(b) Implementation of Government Rules in payment of Pension

Contribution by BSNL.

(c) Allotment of 4G spectrum to BSNL as per the proposal submitted by the BSNL Management.

(d) Pension revision for the BSNL pensioners.

e) Settlement of left out issues of the 2nd PRC.

All the district secretaries of SNEA Punjab circle are requested to make the programme a grand success in coordination with other unions and Associations. 

CEC meeting of SNEA Punjab Circle:

In pursuance of the relevant provision of constitution of SNEA  CS SNEA Punjab Circle  issued notice for Special  CEC meeting of SNEA Punjab Circle at circuit House Ludhiana  on dated 25/10/2018 at 11AM Sharp. All the  District Secretaries/District Presidents ,CWC members,Circle/CHQ  office bearers of SNEA Punjab Circle   are requested to attended the meeting well in time<<<Click here to view copy of sanction memo for grant of special casual leave for attending CEC at Ludhiana >>>

Kerala High Court sets aside PF pension changes:

Hon Ernakulam High Court Verdict on EPF Full Pension Case will Pave way for All Beneficiaries to get a chance of giving New Options for full pension. Highlight is that Calculation of Pension Basic on the Basis of Last 60 months of Service also cancelled and last 12 months average restored.The Hon. High Court has announced the verdict on EPF Full Pension Case given by a Large Number of Employees from different PSUs and other Sectors. In the verdict, Hon. High Court of Kerala Cancelled the anti employee clauses like 1) Cut Off Date for exercising Full Pension option, 2) calculation of Pension Basic on the Basis of Last 60 Months and 3) service charge of 1.6% where the employees are paying additional contribution. Our Co-Members in NCOA from different CPSUs were conducting this case and as per their advises we were waiting for this order from Hon. High Court before going for any case to Supreme Court or any other Courts in India.  We are now waiting for the Modified direction from EPFO. If it is limited to the parties of the Petitions for which the Judgement was pronounced, then we will also move to Court as declared by CHQ in line with this favorable order from Hon High Court of Kerala. SNEA CHQ has already decided in the Bhubaneswar CWC to file the Petition with all interested beneficiaries as parties for Full Pension Option. So all Members are advised to wait for some more time for the direction from CHQ for further movement. Kerala High Court sets aside PF pension changes
Meanwhile, We have noticed that very massive Fund Collections were made by Leaders of some Other Association for Filing the Case for EPF Full Pension by creating a Panic Situation among all BSNL DR Executives that opportunity for exercising Full Pension Option will be given only for those who can file a petition before a Particular Date. Since SNEA is fully aware of the developments through our NCOA Leaders from other PSUs having EPF Pension Option issues for both Retired and Serving Employees, We were advising the Members of SNEA to stay calm for further direction from High Court of Kerala. Here once again, it is informing that, SNEA CHQ will initiate the Case with the Legal Fund if any Directions issued against the Employees from EPFO on the basis of this Order from Hon High Court of Kerala and if any further requirement from the members for our Legal Fight, it will be informed to all Members through Association Platforms.
Further the judgement not addressed the issue of exempted and non-exempted trust but it is not applicable for BSNL.<<<View Media Report>>>

DoP&T has issued instructions reiterating its earlier guidelines for handling anonymous/pseudonymous complaints

The undersigned is directed to say that instructions regarding
dealing with anonymous and pseudonymous complaints were issued vide
this Department’s Office Memorandum of even number dated 18.10,2013
prescribing that no action is required to be taken on anonymous
complaints, irrespective of the nature of the allegations and that such
complaints need to be simply filed. Subsequently, the said Office
Memorandum has been clarified vide Office Memorandums of even
number dated 18.06.2014 and 31.03.2015. In this regard, the Central
Vigilance Commission’s Circular No.07/11/2014 dated 25.11,2014 may
also be referred to. A copy each of the DOP&T’s aforesaid Office
Memorandums and CVC’s Circular are enclosed herewith.

<<<<<View DOPT Orders>>>>>

 

All India Conference at Ludhiana, Punjab, from 28th to 30th November, 2018.

CHQ News:

The delegate election should be done by the remaining Branches/Divisions/Districts/SSAs immediately by convening the General Body meetings, after notifying it. The number of delegates should be elected as per the provisions of the constitution. [One(01) delegate for every 30 members or part thereof being not less than 20, subject to a minimum of one per Branch/Division/District/SSA]. CHQ Office Bearers, CSs and CWC members shall be ex-officio delegates, in addition to the eligible delegates.

Considering the huge expenditure, the delegate fee is retained as Rs 1,250 per delegate, as in the last AIC. Host Circle made all the arrangements for the delegates. Observers are not allowed. Due to constraints, the host Circle made accommodation arrangements only to the eligible delegates. Host Circle requested that the observers if any reaching the AIC venue should make their own arrangements for the Accommodation.