Tuesday, October 30, 2012

பணி நிறைவு

31/10/2012 அன்று பணி ஓய்வு பெறும் தோழர்களின் பணி ஓய்வுக்காலம் நல் வளத்துடனும், ஆரோக்கியத்துடனும் அமைய மாவட்டச் சங்கம் வாழ்த்துகிறது.

1. V.  துரைராஜ், CTS, Panruti
2. G. சரோஜினி, SSS, Cuddalore
3. C. கண்ணுசாமி, T.M., Cuddalore
4. M. துரைசாமி, T.M, Thirukoilur.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

1. TTA Training class 6th Batch from 22.10.2012 at CTTC

2. Department of Public Enterprises issues order for increase in IDA w.e.f 01.10.2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

 LDCE to the cadre of TTA for the recruitment year 2011 will be held on 06.01.2013. Eligibility : Plus 2 and 5 years of service as on 01.07.2011

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40% LDCE to the cadre of TTA: LDCE to the cadre of TTA for the recruitment year 2011 will be held on 06.01.2013. Eligibility : Plus 2 and 5 years of service as on 01.07.2011.

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The decision of the Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) that the telecom operators who have spectrum in excess of 4.4 Mhz will have to pay a one-time fee for the remaining period of the 2o year licence is completely discriminatory and is nothing but a favour to the private companies. Since the spectrum was allotted to the major private companies in 1994 and their 20 year licence is to end by 2013, most of them have to pay at about Rs.2,ooo crore to 3500 crore only. It is only Bharti Airtel which will have to pay about Rs. 5000 crore since it has got as much as 10Mhz spectrum in almost all circles. These private companies have been enjoying the free excess spectrum for the last 19 years.

According to the reports BSNL has to pay a minimum of Rs. 6250 crore and MTNL Rs. 4640 crore. This is due to the reason that they have yet 10 years more to complete their 20 year period,
 since they were discriminated and were given the spectrum only in 2002, though they were the companies owned by the Government. Both of them together have to pay Rs, 10,890 crore for spectrum all over India, while Airtel need pay only Rs. 5,000 crore for the same. While excess spectrum was free for 19 years to the private companies and have to pay only for one year, BSNL & MTNL got excess spectrum free for only 10 years and have to pay for 10 years. This is completely injustice and an attack on the above two PSUs who have served the country for long years serving not only in the urban cities but in the lakhs of villages as part of the universal service obligation by the government incurring loss of lakhs of crores of rupees.

The Cabinet is going to take a decision on the recommendations of the EGoM on 16th October as reported in the media. There should be strong protest from the BSNL – MTNL management against this decision. It should be demanded that the excess spectrum with BSNL & MTNL should be free and that no charge should be levied as they are the incumbent and government companies as also that they have been discriminated in allocation of the spectrum for many years. At least no fee should be levied till the end of the first 20 years period.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

1.  The Empowered Group of Ministers on Monday decided that all GSM operators with more than 4.4 Mhz spectrum will have to pay a one-time fee for the remaining period of their 20-year licence.

2. To discuss BSNL TU Recognition Rules and Facilities Meeting is Called for on Oct 16th- We  believe that Unions seize this opportunity and do their best to arrive at consensus

Thursday, October 4, 2012


The Deepak Parekh committee on infrastructure finance has suggested increasing the FDI limit in the telecom sector to 100 per cent. The committee submitted its interim report to the Prime Minister on Wednesday.
The committee has also noted that “impediments such as delays in land acquisition and environmental clearances, taxation/GAAR-related issues and regulatory uncertainties need to be addressed urgently.”
The committee also wants proposal to introduce regulatory reforms through an overarching legislation to be implemented. In the absence of this , it feels that not only will future investments be constrained but also the existing ones may be at risk.
The committee was also critical about the role of regulators. Deepak Parekh, who is also chairman of HDFC, said, “Regulators should be more responsive. They should understand the need of the sector. They should take more risk.”
The committee has identified a number of sector-specific issues constraining investment in infrastructure, especially private investment. In doing so, it noted that the projected investment of about Rs 51-lakh crore cannot be taken for granted. On the contrary, it is likely to fall short significantly if measures to remove policy impediments are not taken within a short timeframe.
Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia said that final report should be submitted by December, so that some of the views can be incorporated in Budget 2013-14
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