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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

பரமக்குடி கோட்டப் பொறியாளரின் பந்தாட்டம்

ஏற்கனவே, இண்டோருக்கு ஆள் பற்றாக்குறை என்று சொல்லி அவுட்டோரில் ஜுனியர்மோஸ்ட் என்ற பெயரில் தோழர் P.இராஜேந்திரன் அவர்களை இண்டோருக்கு மாற்றிய நிர்வாகம், பிறகு CSC-க்கு ஆள் கட்டாயம் தேவையென்று அதே தோழர் P.இராஜேந்திரன் அவர்களை அதே ஜுனியர்மோஸ்ட் என்ற பெயரில் மீண்டும் இண்டோரிலிருந்து CSC-க்கு மாற்றியது. நாம் கேட்டபோது, அன்றைய கோட்டப் பொறியாளர் இண்டோருக்கு ஆள் தேவையில்லையென்று உறுதிபடச் சொன்னார். ஆனால், இன்றைய கோட்டப் பொறியாளரோ இண்டோருக்குத்தான் கட்டாயம் ஆள் தேவையென்றும், CSC-க்கு தற்போது ஆள் தேவையில்லையென்றும் சொல்லி, அதே தோழர் P.இராஜேந்திரன் அவர்களை அதே ஜுனியர்மோஸ்ட் என்ற பெயரில் CSC-யிலிருந்து இண்டோருக்கு மாற்றி இருக்கிறார்.


நமது கேள்விகள்:

1. பரமக்குடியில் பாதிக்குமேல் போன் கனெக்ஷன் குறைந்துவிட்ட நிலையில், அவுட்டோர் செக்ஷனில் ஆட்கள் உபரியென நிர்வாகம் சொல்கிறது.உரிய விதத்தில் உபரிகளை ஆராய்ந்து உள்ளே போடுவதைத் தடுக்கும் சக்தி எது ?

2. அவுட்டோரிலிருந்து இண்டோருக்கு இருவர் ஆப்ஷன் கொடுத்தும் போட மறுப்பது ஏன் ?

3. மூன்றாவதாக, தோழர் V.கிருஷ்ணமூர்த்தி, உடல்நலக்குறைவு காரணமாக, அவுட்டோரில் இருந்து இண்டோருக்குப் போக விருப்பம் கொடுத்தும் போட மறுப்பது ஏன் ? தோழர் P.இராஜேந்திரன் தான் போகவேண்டுமென்று கட்டாயப் படுத்துவது ஏன் ?

4. CSC-யை Strengthen பண்ண வேண்டுமென்று வாய்ப்புக் கிடைக்கும் போதெல்லாம் வாய்கிழியப் பேசும் அதிகாரிகள், பரமக்குடி என்றதும் பச்சோந்தி போல நிறம் மாறி மாறிப் பேசுவது ஏன் ? நல்ல சர்வீஸ் தருபவர்களைக் கெடுப்பது ஏன் ?

5. அப்படியே, CSC-யில் ஆட்குறைப்பு செய்தே ஆகவேண்டுமென்றாலும் கூட, நீண்டகாலம் பணிசெய்து களைத்தவர்களை எடுப்பதை விடுத்து, ஊருக்கு இளைத்தவன் பிள்ளையார் கோவில் ஆண்டி என்பதைப் போல, தோழர் P.இராஜேந்திரன் அவர்களை மட்டும் மீண்டும் மீண்டும் பந்தாடுவது ஏன் ? யாரைத் திருப்திப் படுத்த ?

ஏன் ? ஏன் ? ஏன் ? மேற்கண்ட நமது நியாயமான கேள்விகளுக்கு இருவாரங்களாகியும் இன்னும் விடை கிடைத்தபாடில்லை. நமது நியாயங்களை ஏற்க மறுக்கும் – ஹிட்லரைப் போல எதேச்சாதிகாரமாக, மனிதாபிமானமே இல்லாமல், தான்தோன்றித்தனமாக நடக்கும் - பரமக்குடி கோட்டப் பொறியாளர். அவரடிக்கும் கொட்டத்தைத் தட்டிக் கேட்கத் திராணியற்ற, தலையிடாக் கொள்கையைக் கடைப்பிடிக்கும் மேல் மட்ட அதிகாரிகள்.

இனியும் பொறுப்பதற்கில்லை ! எதேச்சாதிகாரத்தை உடைத்தெறிய, மாவட்டம் முழுவதிலுமிருந்து திரண்டு வந்து பரமக்குடியில், வீறுகொண்டு போராடத் தயாராவோம் தோழர்களே !

Friday, March 18, 2011

EPF rate of interest fixed.

The rate of interest on EPF for the period of 2010-2011 has been fixed as 9.5%

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Pre-2007 retired seniors! Your pension has been revised.

Respected pre-2007 BSNL retired seniors!
Thanks to the sincere and dedicated efforts of BDPA and some other pensioners's associations, DOT has atlast released orders for revising your pension.

And naturally you may require some clarifications. Click here for some questions and answers.
For calculating your arrears click here
Thank you sri D D Mistriji and all your team.

Friday, March 11, 2011

SC/ ST welfare news

Record of discussions of SC/ST welfare meeting held on 24/2/2011  Click here

Prime minister’s new 15 point program for the welfare of minorities is here

And clarification with regard to circle body of SC/ST employees welfare associations say that as per court order Sri Babu Rao, who is an active supporter of the recognised union, is restricted from acting as GS. The letter is here

Immediate reaction

The advertisement for Airtel in fntobea website has been removed immediately after our pointing out the same.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Understand them!

They will shout aloud against private companies. They themselves will declare that they are the champions to safeguard BSNL and they will make you believe that they are always against private sectors and always opposing private telcos . All these are only in the stages. But for a few rupees thay will advertise for private telcos in their own website. Please understand these actors ! Do you still believe your interests are safe in their hands? See it for yourselves and decide. Are not these people and their allies to be thrown away totally ?




Wednesday, March 9, 2011

SIM cards new national security risk

 Did you ever imagine that your innocent looking mobile SIM card could be a major threat to national security? It now turns out that many of the SIM cards being used by nearly 700 million mobile users in the country may have malevolent embedded software, which has put India’s security agencies on tenterhooks. 

This new national security risk emerging out of the import of SIM cards, carrying embedded software for mobile phones , has alarmed the home ministry (MHA) and it intends to ask the telecom industry to replace all such imported SIMs in the country with locally manufactured ones at their own cost.



Click here to read the full story

Sunday, March 6, 2011

The Government always takes care of "the poor"

Who said the government is not doing anything for the poor?

 See below the price list of foods offered to the "most poorest Indians"

 ONLY PLACE IN INDIA WHERE FOOD IS CHEAP


Tea Rs.1.00

Soup Rs.5.50

Dal Rs.1.50

Meals Rs.2.00

Chappathi Rs.1.00

Chicken Rs.24.50

Dosa Rs.4.00

Veg Briyani Rs.8.00

Fish Rs.13.00



This is actual price list.
These items are meant for "POOR PEOPLE"

&

is available at

Indian Parliament Canteen.


The salary of those poor people is Rs. 80000 per Month ! !

PLUS HEFTY BONUS IN SCAMS....
Pls forward to all Indians

(this all money comes from our pocket, TAXES YOU PAY)

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Friends, Just for a change!


Please switch on your speakers to enjoy this comedy.
Those do not know Tamil, kindly excuse me.
It is just a comedy on a villager using a mobile phone.
click on the play button.

Friday, March 4, 2011

OFC is the only option for the future

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A December 2010 report by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) says that of the 40 million copper loops (that cover the last mile) countrywide, only half are considered usable for broadband Internet connections. This most widely used medium, twister copper wires owned mostly by BSNL or MTNL, are largely old and inadequate for carrying data. Since very few telcos are putting any fresh copper in the ground, the number of usable copper loops for broadband in the country is expected to run out by 2014.
Read more: http://business.in.com/article/briefing/lighting-up-the-last-mile-fibre-optics-are-the-way-forward/22812/1#ixzz1FdHnJR5X

Violate license conditions and get huge rebates on fine!

The Government has decided to protect the private telcos at any cost. Now they have decided to offer a rebate of 99% on the fines levied to those who violated license conditions.

A note from the department of telecommunications (DoT) for a meeting of the full Telecom Commission (TC) has recommended only Rs 28.85 crore be charged as penalty , which is less than 1% of the cumulative penalties of Rs 3,000 crore applicable under the licence agreement . Telecom secretary R Chandrashekhar said the date for the Telecom Commission’s meeting was yet to be finalized.

To read the full story click here

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Can BSNL survive?

well BSNL service technically is good and better than anyone else. but the Customer support is horrible, they don't know anything i.e. which includes, reading,speaking, technology. the other problem is bribe in office for contracts and also with competators.
an example, BSNL 3G was excellent i.e. 2mbs speed before Airtel Launced there 3G in Bangalore. Once Airtel annonced 3G, BSNL 3G started showing problem why is it so? what happend all of a sudden? how money did BSNL ppl took to downgrade this service. this is problem? fix it ppl will go bsnl.
Posted by: Rahul - 02 Mar, 2011
A. The core reason for the poor state is the Management and No check from Government. The BSNL is managed by ITS. They are not leaving the BSNL and not absorbing in BSNL. The TOP managers managing in CIRCLES are on verge on retirement and thus having no creativity and interest in work. They are only working on NUMBER GAME. No one is interested in Revenues. The ITS culture is that sub ordinates (ITS) always say "YES SIR" wheather it is RIGHT or WRONG. More over most of the schemes and Plans are created in "A.C. ROOMs' far away from customers and no suggestion are taken from field units. Most of the managers believe in "WE DONT WANT INTELLIGENT OFFICERS and WORKERS but WE WANT OBEYING AND CHAMMACH STAFF".
Therefor it is very essensial to replace the TOP manager and prefarebly from MARKET PROFESSIONALS
Posted by: RAJA - 02 Mar, 2011
: i think BSNL should be privatised for some years, say 5 years. Employees should not be retrenched. The private player so choosen should make good use of BSNL staff strength, should continue to hold organise training programmes etc for better & efficient implementation of manpower.The private player should be allowed to take the best possible talent from the industry on deputation/ purely contract basis as BSNL is also facing staff shoratge.After the required period say 5 years, definitely the private player would have made huge profits.
Long live BSNL.
Posted by: chintamani - 02 Mar, 2011
4:i think u r right. In Britain also this model was previously followed. case of British Telecom. why not try it for BSNL? worth a try.
ritesh replied to: chintamani 
post - 02 Mar, 2011
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Dear readers,
   All those above are comments to an article “Can BSNL survive competition”? which states “It has to find ways to retain its number one position in the market and the trust of its customers by providing prompt, efficient, and courteous service. The firm also should identify the product changes needed to give it a competitive edge in the market with quality products and services at fair and reasonable rates. It should establish an efficient business processes enabled by strong IT backup. The company should create a team of excellent capacity to lead the marketing, sales and distribution of its products. It should also work on more interesting and result oriented promotional activities to expand its mobile network and rural reach. Appropriate career planning and training should be given to its employees and should readdress their grievances to create a conducive work environment with strong focus on performance.”
To read the article in full click here