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[30.10.2009]Pay Anomaly Committee meeting:- The Pay Anomaly Committee meeting was held on 30-10-2009. Com V.A.N.Namboodiri GS and Com P.Asokababu AGS BSNLEU participated from the Staff side.

The necessity to form another Committee arose since the DoT rejected the agreement of the earlier Anomaly Committee. It stated that Revised Pay Rules and option for pay fixation from the date of next increment falling after 1-10-2000 for those promoted before 1-10-2000 are not applicable for settling the anomaly cases. As such the management stated that it is almost impossible to settle the issues. Management also pointed out that neither in MTNL nor for executives in BSNL it self such anomalies/aberrations could be settled.

The staff side pointed out that at the time of conversion of CDA pay scales to IDA pay scales itself it was assured by the management that these anomalies/aberrations will be sympathetically considered and settled. In the wage revision order (CDA to IDA) also it was mentioned. As such the management has to take suitable decision for early settlement.

After much discussion the official side was prepared to consider the issue of granting personal pay to the extent of the difference to the seniors after promotion of the junior to the higher grade. It will also be considered whether the senior in the higher grade can be given personal pay to the extent of difference between senior in the higher grade and junior in the lower grade.

The next meeting will be held after two weeks.

[30.10.2009]Meeting of United Forum:- The meeting of United Forum held on 29th October, 2009 at National Council room discussed reservation / relaxation in promotion policy and entrusted a committee consisting Coms. B.R. Jakhatia, V. Subburaman, P. Asokababu and Babu Singh to prepare a document in full justification of our claim to be put before management.

The meeting also decided to demand the management to hold the meeting of Wage Negotiation Committee urgently and settle wage revision.

[29.10.2009]"Fake & Bogus" Circular No.119 regarding extension of service w.e.f.1.01.2010 <>

[29.10.2009]Hard Bargaining for a Better Wage Agreement <>

[28.10.2009]Observe National Protest Day on 28th October, 2009:- As already intimated, Circle / District Secretaries are called to observe National Protest Day today, 28.10.2009 organising demonstration / rally etc. jointly with other trade unions against price rise, disinvestment etc. as called by the National Trade Unions viz – AITUC, CITU, INTUC, BMS etc.

[26.10.2009]Telecom Factories issues discussed with BSNL Management:- Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU along with Com. S.D. Chaudhary, All India Vice-President met Shri S.P. Talwar, Executive Director (NB) and discussed the following issues. Shri R.P. Nigam, GM (TF) was also present.

Restructure of TF Cadres
Grant of 2 Restricted Holidays to Industrial Workers ending discrimination
Pay scale of Chemists & Planners
Production & Marketing of Tower, Sim Card etc.
Shri Talwar, Executive Director assured sympathetic consideration of the issues raised.

[26.10.2009]Meeting with CMD: - Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU along with Coms. P. Asoka Babu, AGS, K.R. Yadav, Vice-President and Animesh Mitra, Circle Secretary, West Bengal met Shri Kuldeep Goyal, CMD on 26th October, 2009 and discussed the following issues.

Regularisation of Casual labourer. <>
Wages for Casual & Contract Workers. <>
Development of Services.
Meeting with BCG: - Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU along with Coms. P. Asoka Babu, AGS, K.R. Yadav, Vice-President and Animesh Mitra, Circle Secretary, West Bengal met the Boston Consultancy Group (BCG) as per their invitation. The BCG Group along with Smt. Madhu Arora, GM, (Restrg). explained the projects being implemented like Kuber, Shikhar, Udam etc. We gave our opinions / Suggestions.

Wage Negotiation: - General Secretary met BSNL officers and demanded to fix the next meeting early. It is expected that the meeting will be fixed this week itself.

[23.10.2009]ALL INDIA BSNL-DOT PENSIONERS’ ASSOCIATION FORMED.<> <>

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[19.10.2009]National Co-ordination Committee of Pensioners' Associations (NCCPA - Secretary General Com. S.K. Vyas) called for Dharna at SSA Offices of BSNL throughout the country from 27th to 29th October, 2009 demanding 50% IDA Merger, Revision of Pension of BSNL Retirees etc. BSNLEU (CHQ) calls upon all Circle, District and Branch Secretaries to extend all help, support and solidarity and to participate in the programme. BSNLEU is persuing consistently to settle the issues. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU.

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Now the Date is extended for 15 Days Now it will be held on 15-11-2009 Sunday at 9.30.a.m. at Rajkot at Keshariya Lohana MahajanWadi Kalavad Road Rajkot
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[30.10.2009]Meeting of United Forum:- The meeting of United Forum held on 29th
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October, 2009 at National Council room discussed reservation / relaxation in promotion policy and entrusted a committee consisting Coms. B.R. Jakhatia, V. Subburaman, P. Asokababu and Babu Singh to prepare a document in full justification of our claim to be put before management.

The meeting also decided to demand the management to hold the meeting of Wage Negotiation Committee urgently and settle wage revision.

[29.10.2009]"Fake & Bogus" Circular No.119 regarding extension of service w.e.f.1.01.2010 <>

[29.10.2009]Hard Bargaining for a Better Wage Agreement <>

[28.10.2009]Observe National Protest Day on 28th October, 2009:- As already intimated, Circle / District Secretaries are called to observe National Protest Day today, 28.10.2009 organising demonstration / rally etc. jointly with other trade unions against price rise, disinvestment etc. as called by the National Trade Unions viz – AITUC, CITU, INTUC, BMS etc.

[26.10.2009]Telecom Factories issues discussed with BSNL Management:- Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU along with Com. S.D. Chaudhary, All India Vice-President met Shri S.P. Talwar, Executive Director (NB) and discussed the following issues. Shri R.P. Nigam, GM (TF) was also present.

Restructure of TF Cadres
Grant of 2 Restricted Holidays to Industrial Workers ending discrimination
Pay scale of Chemists & Planners
Production & Marketing of Tower, Sim Card etc.
Shri Talwar, Executive Director assured sympathetic consideration of the issues raised.

[26.10.2009]Meeting with CMD: - Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU along with Coms. P. Asoka Babu, AGS, K.R. Yadav, Vice-President and Animesh Mitra, Circle Secretary, West Bengal met Shri Kuldeep Goyal, CMD on 26th October, 2009 and discussed the following issues.

Regularisation of Casual labourer. <>
Wages for Casual & Contract Workers. <>
Development of Services.
Meeting with BCG: - Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU along with Coms. P. Asoka Babu, AGS, K.R. Yadav, Vice-President and Animesh Mitra, Circle Secretary, West Bengal met the Boston Consultancy Group (BCG) as per their invitation. The BCG Group along with Smt. Madhu Arora, GM, (Restrg). explained the projects being implemented like Kuber, Shikhar, Udam etc. We gave our opinions / Suggestions.

Wage Negotiation: - General Secretary met BSNL officers and demanded to fix the next meeting early. It is expected that the meeting will be fixed this week itself.

[23.10.2009]Syllabus for JTO Limited Internal Competitive Examination (LICE)<>

[23.10.2009]IDA increase:- BSNL Orders for IDA increase w.e.f. 1.10.2009 issued <

[23.10.2009]ALL INDIA BSNL-DOT PENSIONERS’ ASSOCIATION FORMED.<> <>

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[19.10.2009]National Co-ordination Committee of Pensioners' Associations (NCCPA - Secretary General Com. S.K. Vyas) called for Dharna at SSA Offices of BSNL throughout the country from 27th to 29th October, 2009 demanding 50% IDA Merger, Revision of Pension of BSNL Retirees etc. BSNLEU (CHQ) calls upon all Circle, District and Branch Secretaries to extend all help, support and solidarity and to participate in the programme. BSNLEU is persuing consistently to settle the issues. V.A.N. Namboodiri, General Secretary, BSNLEU.

[13.10.2009]Brief of the wage negotiation meeting on 13th October 2009.

After detailed discussion in the wage negotiation meeting today ,13th October 2009, the management proposed the following:

1. 30% fitment with 10 year periodicity with 68.8% IDA for the present and raising to 78.2% with executives

2. If period of wage revision is reduced to executives, it will be done for non-executives also.

3. There can be a review after 5 years.

The Unions demanded review after 5 years without mentioning the periodicity.

The next meeting will take place after Diwali.

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Thursday, October 29, 2009


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Sonia waiting for MK word on Raja?


Santwana BhattacharyaFirst Published : 27 Oct 2009 02:33:00 AM ISTLast Updated : 27 Oct 2009 07:47:22 AM IST

NEW DELHI: With the CBI raids in the offices of the Telecommunication Ministry creating a tricky situation for minister A Raja, the Congress on Monday took the moral high-ground saying that it has ‘zero tolerance’ towards corruption.


This, of course, is the official line. Off record, senior Congress leaders said that they expected Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi would not insist on ‘defending the indefensible’. Karunanidhi was an astute politician who would not expose his party or the UPA government to opposition mudslinging or allow a media witch-hunt to unroll, they said. The Congress is, in fact, waiting for Karunanidhi to take a call on the issue. A top DMK functionary is expected to meet Sonia Gandhi’s political secretary Ahmed Patel with a message from the CM.

For the moment, the Congress is sticking to a standard line for public consumption. “In the Congress, we are for transparency in public life. We espouse a policy of zero tolerance towards corruption,” party spokesperson Shakeel Ahmed said. Anticipating a united BJP-Left Opposition backlash in the Winter Session of Parliament on 2G spectrum allocation, the party tried to wash its hands off the issue. Ahmed insisted that ‘the relevant facts can only emerge from the government and not from the party’.

The party continued to maintain that taking action against Raja did not arise as his name did not figure anywhere and the raids were against some officials.


Email PrintDelicious Digg Google Facebook Yahoo Reddit Stumble Comments The KGB, had bribed communists, Indira, ministers, 30 MPs,10 newspapers in India. KGB paid two billion dollars in to Rahul Gandhi’s swiss account. Manmohan is a cheat and an agent of the USA and Pakis. Manmohan is an agent of Pakis and gave paki bank BCCI to open its branch in India against RAW advice in 1983 and collected money. Manmohan lied under oath that he was an ordinary resident of Assam,became M. P. As FM in 1991, he provided Rs. 100 Crores to Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, a private trust headed by Sonia at a time when India has pawned its gold to finance our imports. Read the U.S. Senate Report on BCCI or Bank of Credit and Commerce International. bit.ly/46d7BW, Read our parliamentary discussion bit.ly/3VnIOT, bit.ly/vA4yV, bit.ly/Olsr9, bit.ly/254ben, bit.ly/IqXAk, bit.ly/E4ViT, bit.ly/vA4yV, bit.ly/GQj4R, bit.ly/8KLYN
By n.krishna
10/28/2009 9:23:00 PM Congressmen perfected the corruption to a fine art. Each one has a scam attached to him. In.1995 Housing scam involving minister Sheila Kaul and P.K. Thungan for out of turn allotments made. Amount Rs.17.4 crore. In 1995 Captain Satish Sharma’s petrol stations allotment worth crores in bribe. In.1995 JMM bribery – Four MPs of JMM – Suraj Mandal, Shailendra Mehto, Shibu Soren and Simon Marandi got Rs.3.5. crore from Rao to vote against the no-confidence motion of the Narasimha Rao Government. In.1996 Urea Scandal – Advance payment of Rs.133 crore to a little known Turkish firm, Korsan Ltd., for import of urea which was never delivered. The State Bank and Reserve Bank also faulted. In 1996 Mumbai Port trust Scandal. – Kiran Chaudhari (daughter-in-law of Bansi Lal at a throwaway price of Rs.27 per sq. metre compared to the market rate of Rs.1,000 sq. meter.
By n.krishna
10/28/2009 7:50:00 PM 1990-92 Multi-crore securities scam with Harshad Mehta. Major banks and Highly placed politicians and civil servants were involved in the Rs.5,000 crore scandle. In.1992 the classic Computer deal. Karnataka CM. Bangarappa had to resign after being accused of his involvement. In 1994 Sugar scam – Kalpanath Rai forced to resign on the basis of the Gain Prakash Committee report for loss of Rs.650 crore. In.1994-96 Telecomscam –Opposition from MPs over the lack of ransperancy in bidding for telecom tenders. Huge amount of money found with Sukh Ram in CBI raids. In.1996`Rs.950 crore (Bihar) fodder scam – On the basis of the CAG report of large scale discrepancies found in the amounts withdrawn by govt animal Husbandry Department. Mny officials suspended Former Bihar CM Laloo Prasad is the main thief. In .1995-96 Hawala Scam in which many politicians and Bureaucrats in illegal transaction and receipt of money through Hawala agents S.K. Jain and J.K. Jain Rs.65 crores case yet not solve
By n.krishna
10/28/2009 7:48:00 PM In the 1984 Airbus A-320 deal congress collected money. The CBI filed FIR charging senior officials of Civil aviation Ministry and IA with corruption in hasty negotiation to purchases amounting to Rs.2,500 crore. The case not yet solved. In 1987 The Fairfax affair of inquiry into arrangement made with Fairfax Group to probe FERA violations involving Former a Finance Minister. The 1987 famous Bofors gun deal by the thief Rajiv Gandhi. In 1987 the National Swedish Radio said that bribes were paid. In the 1991 Purchase of the outdated Westland helicopters the then speaker Balram Jhakhad of the Lok Sabha, was involved besides his involvement in the ill famous fodder,for promoting the interest of a foreign company by waiving import duty in return of 50 free fodder-making machines
By n.krishna
10/28/2009 7:46:00 PM In 1949. during Nehru’s time there was a Jeep scandal worth Rs.216 Crore which was a scam on India by the Bristish defese suppliers. Minister of Mines and Fuel, K.D. Malaviya in Nehru Cabinet charged for his dubious involvement in the 1956 Sirajuddin affair. In 1957 there was a scam on the sale of bogus shares to LIC. In 1971 the Rustom Sohrab Nagarwala fraud on May 24, 1971, who who withdrew from the SBI Rs. 60 lakh. In 1971, chief cashier of the SBI received an instruction phone call from Indira Gandhi. Nagarwala fled. Case not solved and is still a mystery. In 1982 A.R. Antulay was collecting bribe for granting licensed cement and industrial alcohol. He resigned following adverse court verdict. In 1981 The HDW submarine deal: Kickback was paid to congress. In 1983 Churhat lottery scam involving MP Congress CM Arjun Singh.
By n.krishna
10/28/2009 7:45:00 PM I am feeling bit happiness bcz under UPA government the number of scandles are very less comparatively! except some things like Raja's scandle.... Is this is really a good governing or media is purposely not coming up these as before... I think 'Tehalka' men are taking rest... times now, TV18, NDTV are now not getting any information...!!!
By prashanth
10/28/2009 6:43:00 PM I hope CBI find the money instead of sharing the booty like they did with Satyam case in AP.
By Alok
10/28/2009 6:40:00 PM There is no need to investigate from 2001. Even in 2001 first come first served policy was followed. It is not this policy in question. It is valuation. Will people recommeding investigation from 2001 will sell their property (land or gold ) in 2007 at the same price of 2001. So it is a question of VALUATION, VALUATION. Second license given to people who have no previous experience in Telecom and that too so many circles at such low VALUATION. Imeediately after getting license these companies enter into negociations to sell the stake and make HUGE windfall profit. That is what stinks. Raja may not have control of this but he is the catalyst in this. Investigation need not be from 2001 as some people are saying in this blog and the same posts in DINAMANI blog. This will only delay the investigation and make RAJA escape.
By Prabhu
10/28/2009 5:12:00 PM Raja's removal will be a good news for Tamils. Majority in Tamil Nadu wanted DMK - Congress to loose in last general election. Still it is a surprise as to how some of the candidates of this combine won in the last minute despite trailing since the counting started
By Rafi Ahmad
10/28/2009 3:24:00 PM Raja's removal will be a good news for Tamils. Majority in Tamil Nadu wanted DMK - Congress to loose in last general election. Still it is a surprise as to how some of the candidates of this combine won in the last minute despite trailing since the counting started
By Rafi Ahmad
10/28/2009 3:24:00 PM he CBI SHOULD START IN VESTIGATION FROM HE 2001 ALLOCATIONS, BECAUSE RAJA SAYS HE DID WHAT HIS PREDECESSOR DID. IT SHOULD THOROUGHLY INTERROGATE ALL THE OFFICIALS WHO WERE WITH THE DEPARTMENT SINCE 2001.ONE ARE HONEST OFFICIALS MIGHT BE WILLING TO COME OUT WITH THE TRUTH.RAJA SHOULD NOT ALLOWED TO ESCAPE.IF HE DID WHAT WAS ALREADY DONE THERE IS NO NEED FOR A UNION CABINET MINISTER AND AN ORDINARY LOWER CLASS DIVISION CAN DO HIS WORK. THE UNION MINISTER SHOULD APPLY HIS MIND TO SEE THE BENEFITS THE GOVERNMENT WILL GET IN ANY DEALING. .MOREOVER RAJA NEVER DENIES THE WRONG DOINGS COMMITTED BY THE BUYERS OF THE 2G FROM THE GOVT. RAJA SHOULD STEP DOWN AND MANMOHANSINGH WHO CLAIMS TO BE A ECONOMIST WHO HAS FAILED IN HIS DUTIES AS AN EFFECTIVE SUPERVISORY PM SHOULD ALSO STEP DOWN.THIS CANNOT HAPPEN UNLESS SOME HONEST SC JUDGE SUPERVISES THE CBI INVESTIGATION JEBAMANI MOHANRAJ
By jebamani mohanraj
10/28/2009 1:08:00 PM Telecom Telecom, Yes CBI. Taken Bribe No CBI. Whatever DOT says and whatever CBI wants to protect, I have reported 26 bribe transactions in BSNL Nagpur right from illegal telephones, illegal telephone exchanges and telephone on bribe. BSNL CMD should be and must be ashamed of INR 50 from 75 year old. Recently BSNL CMD has written to me - Your complaint has been forwarded to concerned unit. (Read to the one who takes bribe). This your complaint has been forwarded to concerned unit - CGM -PGM - Lineman is going since 5 years. If we have ZERO tolerance to corruption - I wish BSNL CMD's 5 years salary be rolled back. Hozsthat.
By Avinash Murkute
10/28/2009 10:53:00 AM Oh what a comments from so many will not our CBI read this and take action. They need not take action atleast let the CBI publish the fact contains in every deal. The CBI should openly deny or accept they are also party to these deals. by C.Srinivasan 28th Oct.09.
By Srinivasan C
10/28/2009 10:09:00 AM Mr Lal, Only Tamil Thayolis can produce thieves like Raja and Veerappan. This is a distinction which only your state enjoys!
By D
10/28/2009 6:47:00 AM I see amany posts from Mallu tevidya dog NK rishna and Hindi dogs barking it Raja is an Tamilan and that is why he is corrupt. Do you mean all non tamilians are non corrupt
By LAL
10/28/2009 12:27:00 AM bit.ly/254ben Sonia Khan Was the Bofors Thief bit.ly/8KLYN Do You Know Your Sonia bit.ly/13VS1N, RON WATTS AND SONIA GANDHI OPERATE TOGETHER bit.ly/3C0agf, Sonia Gandhi costing India dearly bit.ly/txg1J, the Last Nail in the Coffin of the Judicial Process' bit.ly/Olsr9, Pope Planted Sonia Khan in India bit.ly/QuLAA, Sonia Khan Gags Indian Press After Her Son Rahul Gang Rapes Sukanya Devi bit.ly/E4ViT, Edvige Antonia Albina Maino alias Sonia Gandhi was planted in India in Nehru family, for christian conversion work, and to convert Indians to christianity.by archbishop of Rome Paul Marcinkus,who was in to drug running money laundering and murder. bit.ly/4wARdD Sonia is communal bit.ly/1ydfg9, Sonia helps illegal missionaries bit.ly/3ZjC3G, Rajiv Gandhi was blown up a Christian conspiracy
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:33:00 PM Unitech, another real estate company, also entered into a bumper deal without investing anything in telecom infrastructure. The company got a licence to operate in 22 circles for Rs 1,651 crore. Within weeks of acquiring the circles, it sold 60 per cent shares for Rs 6,120 crore to a Norwegian company, Telenor, which is a major telecom player in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Unitech’s story, therefore, is not unlike Swan’s, which too disposed of part of its shares to a prominent foreign telecom firm after getting the 2G licence, in the process netting a huge profit. Unitech and Swana and a number of real estate firms suddenly developed keen interest in the telecom sector over the last two years, coinciding with Raja’s tenure at Sanchar Bhavan.
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:32:00 PM Swan Capital Private Limited a Mumbai-based firm, involved in non-banking financial services applied for a GSM circle licence in Jan 2007. In Feb 07, it changed its name to Swan Telecom Pvt ltd.. Swan Telecom P Ltd, was allotted by fraud the 2G Spectrum license by Raja. Swan agreed to invest 49% in Raja’s Green House Promoters Pvt Ltd at a dictated price of Rs 1,000 crore. Swan Telecom bagged the licence for Rs 1,537 crore for operating in 13 circles. Within weeks, it sold 45 per cent of its shares to Etisalat, of UAE for $900 million (Rs 4,500 crore). In Oct 2007, the corporate house, that was already a strong name in the CDMA sector, quit the firm after the Centre announced a new telecom policy that allowed one company to operate both GSM and CDMA services. Two from the real estate sector acquired Swan Telecom Private Limited. Balwa and Vinod Kumar Goenka became the new owners of the company. Balwa became the company’s managing director
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:31:00 PM A Tamilian thief called Raja donated the spectrum to his family members. The auction was replaced by first come first served basis on a saturday with dates suddenly changed.The companies had 3 hours time to produce 1500 crores and those who knew about that was Swan who had links with Raja's family. He paid DMK THIEF MK and RAHUL GANDHI. It is an economic 26/11 on India. A Raja’s wife MA Parameswari, a director in Green House Promoters Private Limited, used Raja’s official address as her business address. Parameswari first became a director a company, Equaas Estates Pvt Ltd, a real estate firm like Green House, which was established in Sep 2004. And as in the Green House case, the managing director of this company too was Raja’s confidant, Sadhick Batcha, from the Minister’s Perambalur constituency. Raja’s nephew RP Paramesh Kumar became the joint managing director. This company recorded a huge ‘domestic’ turnover of Rs 755 crore in the very first year of its operations.
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:30:00 PM Central Vigilance Commission has directed the CBI to investigate the “2G spectrum allocation scandal”. A Raja is a thief in the Union Cabinet presided by the ISI CIA agent Manmohan Singh. In 2007-08, this Tamil rascal gave away telecom spectrum to new players on a bizarre first-come, first-served basis, and at rates fixed in 2001. This is unheard of and is the character of the low IQ Tamilians who will sell their mothers if the money is right. Civil servants were silenced by this bas**tard Raja. Raja went overseas trips and secretly met Indian telecom czars in New York. The telecom licence scam have caused a loss of Rs 60,000 crore to the nation called India. Look at Chennai where the East India Co had started its operation. Forefathers of A Raja helped British East India Co to conquer India. Christian missionary conversion and medical conversions has its nerve centre in TN. Even Q started his theft of India in Chenni, so also Sonia’s antiaque smuggling
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:29:00 PM Oil scam was bribe was paid by Sadaam to Sonia and Natwar. Sonia made Rs10,000 crore by antique smuggling. KGB paid $2 billion to Rahul’s account. Submarine scam of Sonia, Bofors scam of Rajiv. YSR’S Rs 30000 crore Satyam scam. A Raja’s telecom scam is like Pawar and Telgi’s 60000 crore fake stamp paper scam. But Sonia’s scams are the biggest in India. Police, Judiciary etc are all on the pay roll of politicians as we have seen the acquittal of Jayalalitha and even Rajiv. India is run by criminals now. So let us start with Manmohan. Manmohan gave the paki bank BCCI to open its branch in India against RAW advice with his permission in 1983 and was on the payroll of ISI. Manmohan lied under oath that he was an ordinary resident of Assam, to become an M. P. As FM in 1991, he provided Rs. 100 Crores to Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, a private trust headed by Sonia Gandhi at a time when India has pawned its gold or getting foreign exchange to finance our imports. bit.ly/3VnIOT
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:28:00 PM The main advantage of the WiMax franchisee of the BSNL is control over 20 MHz spectrum without any investment. The Raja’s selected firms can use BSNL’s 50,000 communication towers, 20,000 office premises and two million kilometres of fibre network across the country, which are the property of the nation, free of cost. The role of shell/benami companies is to sell the stakes at whopping prices to foreign companies. It will be like Swan and Unitech deals, offloading the shares to huge values. This is the profit of WiMax business. The only reason why a thief like A Raja is enjoying the confidence of Sonia must a secret of A Raja. One reason could be A Raja’s expertise on oral that this thief might have been giving to white female tourists at the Mariana beach, during night and this technique he must be applying on Sonia Gandhi.
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:26:00 PM BSNL granted WiMax franchisee in January to Soma Networks in the three States earning most revenue, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh that too without any tender or Expression of Interest. Soma Networks is a US-based company floated by Indians. Former Planning Commission member MS Pathak, son of former Vice-President of India GS Pathak, is the chairman of Soma Networks. Yatish Pathak, MS Pathak’s son, is the Chief Executive Officer of the firm. WiMax is a high-speed Internet service that provides connectivity in mobiles and laptops. The BSNL decided to invite franchisees from private players for providing WiMax services. Raja’s method is to give BSNL 25 per cent of revenue while 75 per cent will go to the private player. The annual revenue from WiMax is expected to be Rs 900 crore, according to BSNL estimates. A total of 11 companies responded to BSNL’s WiMax franchisee allotment.
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:25:00 PM The fifth company, Technotial Infoways, is led by Sunita Kapoor, who is Sanjay Kapoor's mother, according to Pal. This firm is registered at her residential address in Samrat Apartments in Vasundhara Enclave. Another of Raja’s close associate’s company participating in the WiMax franchise allotment by the BSNL. Chennai-based Wellcom Communications owned by T Silvarajoo had applied for six circles of BSNL. Silvarajoo is from Raja’s constituency Peramballur in Tamil Nadu and considered close to the Minister. The sixth company shortlisted was Bangalore-based Raasi Callnet, owned by C Narasimhan, former MP and Congress leader from Tamil Nadu. Raasi Callnet is a BPO company and in the business for the past eight years. Narasimhan was a Tamil Manila Congress MP in 1996, representing Krishnagiri constituency
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:23:00 PM Sanjay Kapoor is very close this Tamil thief A Raja.. Kapoor’s companies are technically supported by WiTribe, a Qatar-based telecom firm. WiTribe is a WiMax operator in Pakistan. Sanjay Kapoor’s driver Vijay Pal is a director of one of the five firms. The only fellow missing is gang rapist Rahul Gandhi in the list of directors. WiExpert’s Managing Director is Anamika Kapoor, Sanjay's wife. Her mother, Sneh Prabha Arora, is a director of the company. SV Telecom’s head is Anamika’s father Surendra Mohan Arora. The firm shares its registered office with WiExpert at Flat Number 8 in S-569 in Greater Kailash-II. Satish Kapoor heads Spectrus Communication and the registered address of the company is Surendra Mohan Arora’s residence at Paschimi Marg in Vikaspuri, while Digitelco Communications, headed by Satish Kapoor’s wife Kamini Kapoor, is registered at their residential address in Vikaspuri. Driver Vijay Pal is also a director in Digitelco.
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:11:00 PM After the 2G spectrum allocation, this Bas**tard A Raja is involved in BSNL’s WiMax franchise. He has short-listed six companies, of which five have been floated by Raja’s confidant Sanjay Kapoor and are filled with this bas**rd’s fatter’s relatives. All the five firms were registered on a single date, having the same notary, same auditor, same witnesses and even the same e-mail id. So much so that even the last annual general body meeting they held were on the same day. The sixth company is a BPO, owned by a former MP and Congress leader from Tamil Nadu. The five firms are: WiExpert Communications, SV Telecom Systems, Digitelco Communications, Spectrus Communications and Technotial Infoways. The ‘registered office addresses’ of these five companies are residences with no display of even the firms’ name boards. These companies had applied for 14 circles across the country. These companies were incorporated on November 5, 2007.
By n.krishna
10/27/2009 10:10:00 PM Beware! Subramanian Swamy, the most senior political clown in India has stoked his dirty nose in the whole affair. Bravo! CBI will be in jitters now as Sholavandan Swamy will dig his affairs with Chandraswamy too from the bottomless pit and India will shine hereafter with the magnetic presence of Swamys for the country's welfare. No space left for others now! Dr.M.S.MOORTHY msmoorthy50@yahoo.com
By Dr.M.S.MOORTHY
10/27/2009 8:44:00 PM Sonia waiting for MK word on Raja? Funny Title Tamasha Continues...How about Sonia digging up Rajiv's accounts in Swiss?
By Dr. Subramaniam Swamy
10/27/2009 6:26:00 PM Narendra modi never says he will curb Corruption and bribe. But he eliminate both up to ground level. UPA and sonia are doing political stunts. MK is family is worlds wealthiest family in the world.
By Adal ஆடலரசு
10/27/2009 6:23:00 PM A Raja was the domestic partner of Kanimozli, thats why no action against him
By ARAVIND
10/27/2009 5:47:00 PM i feel rahul gandhi can take serious action if he resolutely persue for it ,m sure we can change our india make it the best . lot of violence is happening because our got. is not taking any appropriate action . by mrs shrivastava
By van shrivastava
10/27/2009 5:44:00 PM Mr. Rahul Gandhi, if u want congress to get established again in Tamil Nadu, Intervene and Seize the moment.
By ramkumar
10/27/2009 5:34:00 PM People get the leaders they deserve! What we need is a mass movement to change each and everyone of us. We are to blame for this cancer of corruption. Why blame the few who can exploit weaknesses and differences and manipulate a billion people? Lets sit back and think what each of us can do to bring about change and what we have done so far.
By Stanislaus
10/27/2009 5:32:00 PM You just make an advertisment in any DAILY NEWS PAPER ,SEEKING DETAILS OF PROPERTIES AMASED BY THE POLITICIANS of INDIA you may get astonishing details.PEOPLE DO NOT WHERE THEY CAN POUR THE FACTS. Nobody is true to his heart, let them enjoy,poor indians,they are our brothers and sisters,LONG LIVE OUR POLITICIANS
By subramani
10/27/2009 4:45:00 PM The Law in this country is only for poor people doing wrong. Those looting crores of money are enjoying their life in this society and they escape from law. This is not true democracy system, and this Indian Democracy is a cheating one, only 20% of indian population is driving the Indian Economy, 40% poor people, remaining are older, child and cheating businessmen and corrupt officers and politicians. How to challenge other countries in future. Who knows the answer?
By Sengut
10/27/2009 4:39:00 PM Why Congress is taking this time? This action is not totally against corruption. This is political issue between 2 parties. At the end the people suffer. Indian politicians loot the country and fight themselves for their personal reason and benefits. Congress Government should take action against all corrupted politicians and businessmen. Swiss Bank got lot of money-But no action. Not only RAJA benefited in this scam, I feel lot of other congress politicians got share in this scam. All the scam should be inquired properly.
By Sengut
10/27/2009 4:29:00 PM if a person stolen a watch or something he will be punished and sentence to prison and thereafter he is called "thief". But if you stolen public money by crores then you will be called "politician" and called as VIP. Shame on us. There is no such law in india that punish politicians.
By g subramanian dindigul
10/27/2009 4:28:00 PM Mr. Rahul Gandhi - where are you - have nothing to say????????
By sumer
10/27/2009 4:14:00 PM There has been coments saying people in TamilNadu voted the DMK and Congress for power and hence we need to suffer but the truth is , the election results are a shock for the people of Tamil Nadu because they wanted to get rid of DMK and Congress.The Congress and DMK had played with the voting machines.There had been many instances within TN where the voting machine was malfunctioning and whatever button was pressed it was going to a particular party.The Finance minister himself was declared lost and later after a while he was declared winner.
By Raman
10/27/2009 3:48:00 PM There has been coments saying people in TamilNadu voted the DMK and Congress for power and hence we need to suffer but the truth is , the election results are a shock for the people of Tamil Nadu because they wanted to get rid of DMK and Congress.The Congress and DMK had played with the voting machines.There had been many instances within TN where the voting machine was malfunctioning and whatever button was pressed it was going to a particular party.The Finance minister himself was declared lost and later after a while he was declared winner.
By Raman
10/27/2009 3:46:00 PM WHY BLAME THE POLITICIANS - WE CHOSE THEM TO SCREW US - THEY ARE JUST DOING THAT... GOOD GOING
By sumer
10/27/2009 3:37:00 PM Damn politicians, got sick of them, I have a plan ....X.....X
By Indian
10/27/2009 3:37:00 PM Our Society ( TN in particular ) is indifferent to corruption, immorals etc.. What people want is their share of money in loot..So long as DMK, Congress bribes voters with money, no one in soceity would question it for they are gettting their share in the form of money for vote. If anyone here thinks that Raaja or alike would be charged for corruption, let alone conviction, they would be living in fool's paradise. God Save our Country !!
By Raman
10/27/2009 3:29:00 PM When the thief is caught, he cries "thief thief" making out that those who caught are the thieves and he caught the thieves. There is no strategist, politically sane. All are corrupt, throwing public money in the streets diverting the attention to the plenty in the streets while looting wagon loads. ACcording to the constitution, a dalit is eligble for priority in education, employment promotion but the government is yet to consider about liberal pardon to dalits for the heinious crimes of planned financial irregularities, coruption etc., Why not mu.ka and Raja pressurise the congress to legislate to that effect.ust also ensure that the forward castes are overtaxed and the dalits are let tax free and there is no retirement age. Long live dalitism, backwardism, most backwardism, minorityism, goodaism and all isms conceivable by mind
By adithyan
10/27/2009 3:18:00 PM we are living in hell instead of heaven. being an indian i think we are the most trustworthy in the world but these politician makes us feels embrass every where now. shame on you .........i just want to make them realize so that they never try to induldge themself in to the curreption. it is just like a "potty" please keep away your self from it.
By anand verdhan maitreya
10/27/2009 3:12:00 PM CORRUPTION AND UPA are synnym. how can indian public expect clean govt. from Mk , His collegues and party supported by corrupt people. Is manmohan singh NOT responsible even on moral grounds? which on public media congress always boast upon when such thing happens with oppsition party rulers. Shame to congress,MK & UPA and ofcourse to indian voters.....
By Narayan
10/27/2009 3:04:00 PM What is the connection between Raja & Kanimozhi? Every one says they are together by all sense. Is he third one?
By Kuppusamy
10/27/2009 2:46:00 PM -Educated idiots comment here. -Uneducated intelligent vote at the box(poll) office.
By devaski
10/27/2009 12:47:00 PM Do you think Karunanidhi would move his little finger against Raja? He would rather threaten the UPA of their support. He would not do anything that would antogonize Kanimozhi. We must forget all these issues of corruption. Let these politicians eat public money. You have voted them to power, is int it? Then do not blame them. People should be punished. In return for free TV, free rice you have voted them to power. Suffer! You deserve it. Tamilnadu state Ministers are finding places in the list of rich people in the world and it would not be surprising if Balu declared the richest man in the world beating the record of Microsoft or any other person in the world. Suffer! You Tamilians.
By Mrs.Elina David
10/27/2009 12:30:00 PM Our nation's progress is tethered to corrupt politicians and dishonest officials, who, no matter which party or department they belong to, ought to be stoned to death and thrown into the sea.
By Kumari Sangu
10/27/2009 10:45:00 AM All corupt should get punished. Bui with the Bofors issue getting buried deep, what can you expect from this UPA govt? Raja has issued statement that he issued #G spectrum after taking taking joint decision with PMO. Where is the question of dalit and non dalit in corruption issue.? It is used to sidetrack the main issue.
By S Raj
10/27/2009 10:21:00 AM Anything that can cause pain to the absolute criminals ( Mu Ka , Raja & Baalu) is welcome.
By Guru
10/27/2009 10:19:00 AM correct congress is `0' tolerance of corrpution. It is applicable for either allies or others but congress is conveniently forget the bofors. If they adapt the same scale for everybody it is really a welcome measure.
By sundar
10/27/2009 9:59:00 AM What is Hey Ram contention do not club minority community or majority do you mean minority can do anything and escape Sonia escaped because of CBI's muggling.we want a strong and fearless leader to take and punish these corrupt politicians. Only God alone can save this country. by C.Srinivasan 27th Oct.09.
By Srinivasan C
10/27/2009 9:33:00 AM Let us wait and see what decision, this most currupt woman in human history, controlling the destiny of a billion of hapless Indians who are treated as her slaves, is going to take on Raja, a dalit, belonging to a most important minority community in the electoral politics. May be she is trying to throw the dirt back to the minority State Government and Mu Ka to decide and embarass her old ally. After all she decimated 50,000 Tamils in genocide in Sri Lanka, taking help from both Mu Ka and Rajapakshe, the enormity of which is unknown in the recent history and pretended that she had not bloodied her hand in it. Shame on UPA, its chair person, the Congress and DMK.
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Where is this competition leading us? According to analysts, such intensive competition will have negative impact on profit margins. Stock markets too have reacted negatively to these developments. There is a lot of buzz in the market around the impending round of consolidation. There have been predictions that this competition will lead to increased M&A activity in the markets especially among the small, regional and new operators.

It is doubtful that there would be a large scale domestic consolidation in the Indian mobile space in near future (though there might be some activity where large operators gobble up smaller and regional players). There are many reasons for it. First, according to Trai guidelines, new operators cannot participate in M&A activity before completing three years of operations. Second, large operators are looking outside domestic markets where there is scope for replication of their ‘Indian model’ of cost reduction – outsourcing and infrastructure sharing. Third, the tariff competition though predatory will lead to larger subscriber base overall. Fourth, M&A is risky – majority of research about the impact of M&A on firm performance shows that M&A may not realise desired results. Fifth, there are other opportunities to increase profit margins – data and enterprise applications.

In saturated telecom markets such as the US and Europe, data forms a larger proportion of ARPU (Average Revenue per User) compared to voice and there are no reasons for India to be any different. In fact, the mobile industry has already seen a 153 per cent year-on-year increase in the number of subscribers using mobile to surf the internet in 2009. At present, telecom operators in India are concentrating on increasing voice subscribers; it is only a matter of time before operators shift focus to increasing their share of revenues from data traffic. In next couple of years, there is a higher possibility of increasing rationalisation of data tariffs to stimulate usage of internet on mobile phones and other value added services.

There is a general criticism of future viability of value added services in India due to the absence of ‘killer app’ and delay in the roll out of 3G licence. No doubt 3G technology would increase the scope of value added services that can be provided to subscribers, but telecom operators can increase their share of revenues from data through mobile internet till the time 3G services are rolled out. And as far as developing that killer app is concerned, customer segmentation, that is, services targeted towards a niche market, will be the key to the success of value added services.

Value added services targeted at the rural subscribers would be another important focus area in next 3–5 years. The challenges for mobile operators in rural areas would be similar to those in urban areas –- falling revenues from voice traffic and strained profit margins. Given the low income levels, high sensitivity to price and low rate of literacy, rural India would spend on services that would improve their prospects of increasing income in the future.

Telecom operators have started offering value added services for enterprises like mobile application tools, vehicle tracking solutions, meter reading solutions etc. This segment is still in a nascent stage as enterprises are concerned about the security aspects of these services. The take-up rate is slow at present but it presents huge possibilities for the telecom sector.

For now it is too early to expect consolidation in this industry as mobile operators will first exhaust other opportunities. Rather it is possible that value added service providers in India might see M&A activity in the near future rather than the telecom sector.

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Wage Agreement
The non-executtiive emplloyees off BSNL are natturalllly resttiive and angry tthatt ttheiir
wage reviisiion due ffrom 01..01..2007 iis yett nott settttlled.. The wage reviisiion off IITS
offffiicers who are on deputtattiion tto BSNL and tthatt off executtiives have been
ordered and pay scalles ffiixed and arrears drawn..
Whiille iin governmentt,, IITS,, Gazetttted Offffiicers and non-gazetttted emplloyees were
allll gettttiing pay reviisiion att tthe same ttiime as per recommendattiions off tthe pay
commiissiion acceptted by govtt.. Butt iin tthe Publliic Secttor,, iinclludiing BSNL,, tthe
wage reviisiion iis separatte ffor executtiives.. The IITS offffiicers who have nott yett
absorbed iin BSNL gott pay reviisiion w..e..ff.. 01..01..2006 by November,, 2008 as per
recommendattiions off VII CPC.. The executtiives wage reviisiion was done by
February,, 2009 as per recommendattiions off tthe IIII Pay Reviiew Commiittttee ffor
executtiives.. Thiis recommendattiion iis applliicablle tto tthe executtiive iin allll Centtrall
PSUs..
Butt ffor non-executtiives iin Centtrall PSUs,, tthere iis neiitther any Pay Commiissiion as
ffor Centtrall Govtt.. emplloyees nor any Pay Reviiew Commiittttee ffor executtiives.. The
wage reviisiion ffor non-executtiives iis done afftter negottiiattiion and agreementt wiitth
tthe recogniized uniion//uniions.. IIn allll tthe Centtrall PSUs,, tthe negottiiattiion has sttartted
recenttlly and iin ttwo or tthree PSUs onlly tthe wage settttllementt has reached so ffar..
Butt iin BSNL,, att tthe iinsttance off BSNLEU,, negottiiattiion sttartted earlliier tthan iin otther
PSUs.. BSNLEU//Uniitted Forum submiitttted iitts Chartter off Demands iin Augustt,, 2008
iittsellff and demanded diiscussiion.. Siince tthere was dellay iin sttarttiing diiscussiion,, tthe
Uniitted Forum gave a callll ffor one day sttriike on 12tth December,, 2008.. As per
sttriike agreementt,, tthe negottiiattiion sttartted on 15tth December,, 2008,, butt based on
tthe compllaiintt off certtaiin uniions tthatt wage negottiiattiion shoulld nott be done duriing
tthe periiod off membershiip veriiffiicattiion,, ffurtther diiscussiion was posttponed..
BSNLEU and Uniitted Forum demanded iintteriim relliieff as tthe diiscussiion was
prollongiing.. Once agaiin a callll ffor 2 days sttriike was giiven ffor 19 – 20tth May,, 2009..
As per sttriike agreementt,, siix montths pay was grantted as advance as allso reviised
rattes off HRA w..e..ff.. February,, 2009..
IInsttead off agreeiing tto tthe reasonablle demands raiised by tthe Uniitted Forum,, tthe
managementt ttook an adamantt sttand and wantted tthe uniions tthatt whattever tthey
offffered shoulld be acceptted by uniions iinsttead off bargaiiniing and negottiiattiing ffor
betttter wages.. The managementt even wentt tto tthe exttentt off even iissuiing a
ciircullar tto CGMs // GMs tto ttellll tthe emplloyees tthatt tthe dellay iin settttllementt iis due
tto tthe adamantt sttand off tthe uniion.. Thiis lliine was echoed by certtaiin uniions whiich
tthey used tto explloiitt tthe anger off workers agaiinstt tthe recogniized uniion.. They gott
siignattures ffrom tthe workers iin a profforma tthatt tthe pay scalles recommended by IIII
Pay Reviiew Commiittttee be paiid tto non-executtiives.. The IIII Pay Reviiew Commiittttee
was ffor executtiives and iitt had nott recommended any pay scalles tto nonexecuttiives..
The workers natturalllly rejjectted tthe profforma..
IItt was iin tthiis conttextt tthatt tthe Uniitted Forum gave callll ffor 48 hours sttriike on 19 –
20 Augustt,, 2009 ffor a speedy settttllementt accepttiing tthe demands raiised by tthe
uniion.. More tthan ttwo llakh workers parttiiciipatted and made tthe sttriike a biig
success.. IInsttead off settttlliing tthe demands,, tthe managementt wantted tto puniish tthe
workers and cutt ttwo days sallary off sttriikers..
Now tthe negottiiattiion has resttartted under tthe new chaiirman.. Duriing tthe
diiscussiion,, certtaiin progress has been made and ffurtther diiscussiion iis expectted
by tthe ffourtth week off Octtober,, 2009..
One off tthe maiin diisputtes iis over tthe periiodiiciitty off agreementt.. The uniions wantt
ffiive years periiodiiciitty as iis beiing agreed iin otther PSUs.. The uniions iin otther PSUs
are makiing agreementt wiitth 5 years periiodiiciitty even iiff tthe ffiittmentt iis lless tthan
30% siince tthey know tthatt ttwo ffiive year agreementts off even 25% ffiittmentt wiillll gett
tthem 50% ffiittmentt iinsttead off 30% iin tten years.. Butt as ffar as BSNL emplloyees
are concerned we can nott agree tto lless tthan 30% ffiittmentt as a llarge number off
emplloyees have rettiired and are goiing tto be rettiired by 2012.. Hence we cannott
acceptt lless tthan 30% ffiittmentt..
Afftter hard bargaiiniing,, tthe managementt iin tthe llastt meettiing on 13tth Octtober has
offffered tthatt a reviiew can be made afftter 5 years butt tthe periiodiiciitty off agreementt
iis tto be menttiioned as tten years.. 30% ffiittmentt on pay pllus 68..8% IIDA can be
giiven as iin tthe case off executtiives and iincrease ffrom 68..8% tto 78..2% can be
negottiiatted ffor botth.. The uniions wantted tthatt tthe periiodiiciitty need nott be
menttiioned as iin tthe case off executtiives.. Butt tthe offffiiciiall siide doesn’’tt agree and
iinsiistts on menttiioniing a 10 years periiodiiciitty ffor non-executtiives siince iitt iis an
agreementt.. We have demanded tthatt periiodiiciitty shoulld nott be made.. Thiis wiillll be
ffurtther diiscussed iin tthe nextt meettiing..
Our effffortts are ffor a betttter settttllementt earlly so tthatt tthe workers wiillll gett tthe
maxiimum beneffiitt and we wiillll spare no paiins ffor tthe same..
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

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Dear Customers,

BSNL wishes its 87 million valued customers a very happy and bright Deepawali. May the goddess Lakshmi brighten your house and life with light and prosperity this Deepawali.

Atmosphere in the country is upbeat during this festive season and consumers eagerly look forward to various offers from the suppliers of goods and services. We have also made efforts to cheer you up this season. Special DIWALI package on ‘BSNL Live' WAP portal has been created for 2.5G / 3G subscribers with price points for Wall Paper, Video Content & Audio Songs. Offer is valid upto 20.10.2009. 3G service is now available in 202 Cities in North & East Zones. We are gradually expanding and improving 3G coverage to reach to every citizen of this country and enrich him with truly exciting 3G experience. Please watch print and electronic media for our 3G launch in your city. There are no migration charges for conversion from 2G to 3G.

We have revised our various tariff plans for 2G Services. New Special Tariff Voucher with ‘one second pulse' has been introduced from today for SARAL ANANT and pre-paid General Plan. Under this plan Local call to any network will be charged at one paise per second and STD call at two paise per second . MRP of this STV is Rs.45/-. MRP of India Golden 50 Special Tariff Voucher has also been revised to just Rs. 99/- and a new STV India Golden 50 Plus with MRP Rs.49/- has been introduced. Various other cost effective and attractive STV options are available to suit your requirements. You can make local calls to own network for as low as 10 paise per minute and STD call at 50 paise during night from 11 PM to 7 AM. Two new tariff plans have been introduced for 2G prepaid mobile customers (excluding Anant customers ) under category Balance Based Tariff (BBT) and Usages Based Bonus (UBB). GPRS Pack of unlimited free usages in home LSA is available for Rs.230/- only. Promotional tariff is available for unlimited data download for 2G data card for 90 days from 16.09.2009 under which fixed monthly charge for post paid category has been reduced from Rs. 900/- to Rs. 649/-. For pre-paid customers, price of re-charge vouchers has been reduced from Rs. 850/30 days to Rs. 649/30 days.

High speed Broadband upto 24 mbps is now available for both Home and Business categories. New Broadband Combo Plans for Limited /Unlimited usages have been introduced last month. The details of various tariff plans are available on our website. We hope you would find our plans very competitive and economical.

We never forget consumers in rural areas. In association with other Departments of the Government of India, we are making efforts to make information accessible to them. National Broadband Penetration Programme has been developed to bridge the rural-urban digital divide. The programme aims to break-through affordability barriers. We have partnered with M/s HCL Infosystems Limited to make available PCs at a nominal payment of Rs.2250/- and Rs.300/- per month towards the cost of the PC. Broadband connectivity will be extended by us at subsidized rate of Rs. 99/- and Rs. 150/- per month. We believe in inclusive growth of the economy which can be accelerated by reaching to rural masses. Backbone infrastructure is being created by us to provide broadband connectivity to Village Panchayats, Post Offices, Schools and Universities and Common Service Centres being set up by Department of Information Technology in the rural areas.

As a Public Sector institution, it will be our endeavour to empower the common man of the country with rich technological advancements. We hope that BSNL would withstand the test of your aspirations.

With best wishes,

[ Kuldeep Goyal ]

15.10.2009


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Govt allows foreign firms to bid for 3G auction
24 Oct 2009, 1902 hrs IST, PTI

NEW DELHI: The government on Saturday said foreign firms would be allowed to bid for spectrum for third generation mobile services and will start auctioning the radio waves from January 14, 2010.

"Interested foreign entities are allowed to participate in the auctions directly and apply for licences subsequently," the revised Information Memorandum, giving details about eligibility criteria and time schedule said.

Foreign entities can operate telecom services in India only through an Indian subsidiary with not more than 74 per cent foreign share holding, subject to the approval of the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB).

The Department of Telecom (DoT) has said the auction of 3G spectrum would be carried out in four stages -- invitation stage, pre-qualification, auction and grant of spectrum.

The DoT would hold a pre-bid conference on November 16 and the mock auction would be conducted on January 11-12 next year.

"The auction of 3G spectrum would start on January 14, 2010," the DoT said, adding that this is an indicative time schedule and subject to revision.

According to the revised schedule, there is a slippage of over two weeks compared to the original plan as announced by the Empowered Group of Ministers.

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Govt sets Jan 14 date for 3G spectrum auction
24 Oct 2009, 1530 hrs IST, REUTERS

NEW DELHI: India will begin a long-delayed auction of third-generation (3G) radio spectrum on Jan. 14, 2010, the telecoms ministry said on Saturday.

Firms have to submit bids by Dec. 21 for a total of 71 blocks of spectrum put up for auction across 20 of India's 22 telecoms zones, according to a memorandum to prospective bidders.

The auction, which would introduce high-speed Internet and video downloads on mobile phones, was originally slated for January 2009 but was deferred to December after differences between the telecoms and finance ministries over the reserve price for the bids.

The government did not give a reason for the second extension.

The base price for 3G spectrum across the country is 35 billion rupees ($750 million), and Telecoms Minister Andimuthu Raja has said the government would net at least 250 billion rupees from the sale.

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Govt sets Jan 14 date for 3G spectrum auction
24 Oct 2009, 1530 hrs IST, REUTERS

NEW DELHI: India will begin a long-delayed auction of third-generation (3G) radio spectrum on Jan. 14, 2010, the telecoms ministry said on Saturday.

Firms have to submit bids by Dec. 21 for a total of 71 blocks of spectrum put up for auction across 20 of India's 22 telecoms zones, according to a memorandum to prospective bidders.

The auction, which would introduce high-speed Internet and video downloads on mobile phones, was originally slated for January 2009 but was deferred to December after differences between the telecoms and finance ministries over the reserve price for the bids.

The government did not give a reason for the second extension.

The base price for 3G spectrum across the country is 35 billion rupees ($750 million), and Telecoms Minister Andimuthu Raja has said the government would net at least 250 billion rupees from the sale.

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'Telcos inflating subscriber base'
24 Oct 2009, 0341 hrs IST, Pradeep Thakur, TNN

NEW DELHI: An internal check conducted by Department of Telecom's (DoT) monitoring cell sometime back had found that most telecom operators were overstating their subscriber base, giving credence to allegations that big players were favoured with additional spectrum for free even when they didn't deserve it.

The revelations come at a time when the CBI has raided the offices of DoT to unearth nexus between its officials and telecom operators in awarding of licences.

Contrary to claims made by 14 telecom operators before the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) and TRAI that their net customer base added up to around 38 crore till April 2009, DoT found that their actual subscriber base was not more than 30 crore. However, leading players denied that they had misrepresented facts.

Three big players, Airtel, Vodafone and Reliance, have allegedly overstated subscribers by over a crore each. The government has been awarding additional spectrum solely on subscriber base claimed by these operators. Licences to Swan Telecom and Unitech had been awarded last year for nearly Rs 1,600 crore each.

A start up spectrum of 4.4MHz comes with the licence with a subscriber base of upto 5 lakh. For the allotment of next step of spectrum such as 6.2MHz or 7.2MHz, the boost in subscriber base of an operator has to be by three to five times of the start up figure. For commanding a spectrum of 14.2 MHz, an operator has to have additional 65 lakh to a crore subscribers.

Variations have largely been noticed in the monthly data provided by these opearators to DoT's vigilance and monitoring cell along with other agencies such as Intelligence Bureau, DRI, ED, etc.

The nearly eight crore extra connections is more than the combined user bases of 50% of telecom operators in the country including Spice Telecon, Tata Teleservices, BPL, Shyam Telecom, MTNL and HFCL Infotel. In fact, like the big boys, the smaller players too have variations in their customer base.

Most operators denied the charge. A Bharti Airtel spokesperson said, "As a responsible company, Bharti Airtel complies with all the regulatory guidelines prescribed by the Indian government. The company deploys world-class systems and processes to monitor subscriber information." A Vodafone spokesperson said the company observed highest standards of reporting.

A spokesperson of RCOM said since there were different parameters followed by Trai and DoT, there could be a possibility of variation in numbers. He, however, said the company had sent in its response to the authorities conducting audit. A senior BSNL official said since different circles reported data separately, there could be a possibility of mismatch.


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Introduction of Prepaid Broadband Services on DSL access

Posted on: 26-10-2009
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Prepaid Broadband Services

Tariff for prepaid Broadband Services

A. Initial Charges at the time of application:


Particulars
Amount in Rs.

Installation Charge.
Rs. 250/- *

Modem Charges for outright purchase
Type-I
Rs. 1000/- **

Type-II Rs. 1600/- **

Note:
* Service Tax extra, ** Sales Tax and other Govt. levies extra

• Installation charges and Modem charges shall be collected in advance through Demand Note through the local commercial system at the time of application for Prepaid BB connection.

• In case of customer having his/her own modem, only Installation charges shall be collected in advance through Demand Note through the local commercial system at the time of application for Prepaid BB connection .

B. Creation of Prepaid Broadband account :


The creation of Prepaid BB account will be FREE of any charges (other than mentioned at A above) and the account will be created with complementary balance of 50 MB in any Plan and with validity of 15 days from the date of creation. n


C. Plan vouchers available to the customer :


To continue the Prepaid Broadband account after its creation, the customer has to recharge his account by any of the following Unlimited/Limited plan vouchers as per his/her choice:

1. Unlimited download/upload Plan vouchers :

Speed
Validity in Days for different Recharge Vouchers


BB R_UL 300 Voucher (*MRP Rs. 300) BB R_UL 550 Voucher (*MRP Rs. 550) BB R_UL 900 Voucher (*MRP Rs. 900) BB R_UL 1200 Voucher (*MRP Rs. 1200)
256 Kbps
7-days
15-days
30-days
N/A

Upto 512 Kbps
N/A
7-days
15-days
30-days

Upto 1 Mbps
N/A
N/A
7-days
15-days

Upto 2 Mbps
N/A
N/A
N/A
7-days


* MRP including Service Tax @10.30%

Note: - The Grace period for renewal shall be 90 days after the validity . The customer account shall be permanently deleted from the system after the Grace Period.

2.Limited download/upload plan vouchers( upto 2 Mbps )

The customer will be offered different Plans with speed upto 2 Mbps with limited download. The details of Plan vouchers and rate at which the usage shall be charged is as follows:-

Sl. No.
Voucher Type
MRP (Rs.)
Service Tax @ 10.30%
Administrative Charge (Rs.)
Usage Amount (Rs.)
Rate Per MB (in Rs.)
Validity (Days)
Grace Period ( in Days)

*GP-I
Grace Period ( in Days)

**GP-II

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BB RL 50
50
4.67
15
30.33
0.60
7
15
75

2
BB RL 100
100
9.34
20
70.66
15
15
75

3
BB RL 250
250
23.35
25
201.65
30
15
75

4
BB RL 500
500
46.69
50
403.31
45
15
75

5
BB RL 750
750
70.04
0
679.96
0.40
60
15
75

6
BB RL 1200
1200
112.06
0
1087.94
75
15
75

7
BB RL 1600
1600
149.41
0
1450.59
90
15
75

8
BB RL 2000
2000
186.76
0
1813.24
120
15
75

9
BB RL 5000
5000
466.91
0
4533.09
0.30
210
15
75


For limited Plans, balance usage value if any available will be carried forward, in case of recharge within the Grace Period *GP-I (i.e. 15 days). Beyond 15 days (*GP-I), balance usage value if any available will not be carried forward, but the customer can recharge his account upto another 75 days (**GP-II). After expiry of the additional grace period of 75 days (**GP-II), the account of the customer shall be deleted from the system .
D. Validity Vouchers for limited plans :


Sl.No.
Voucher Type
*MRP (in Rs.)
Usage Amount (in Rs.)
Service Tax @ 10.30%
Validity in Days (for account)

1
BB Validity 100
100
NIL
9.34
30

2
BB Validity 150
150
NIL
14.00
45

3
BB Validity 250
250
NIL
23.35
60


* MRP including Service Tax @ 10.30%.

E. Top Up Vouchers for limited plans :


Top Up voucher of the following denominations shall be available for increasing the usage without any change in validity.

Sl. No.
Voucher Type
*MRP (in Rs.)
Service Tax @ 10.30 %( in Rs.)
Usage Amount (Rs.)

1
BB Top Up 100
100
9.34
90.66

2
BB Top Up 200
200
18.68
181.32

3
BB Top Up 500
500
46.69
453.31


* MRP including Service Tax @ 10.30%.

After increase of usage amount through Top Up voucher, the existing rate of usage as per plan selected by the customer shall continue.
F. E-mail ID : On request by the customer, an email id with 5 MB mail space shall be given in bsnl.in domain.



G. Renewal / Recharge of account :-


• The customer can recharge his account online from the BSNL portal after purchasing the voucher either through BSNL CSC or other retail outlets.

• While the account under limited Plans will be governed by validity as well as usage amount, the account under Unlimited Plans will be governed by validity period only . The renewal of unlimited plan will create new validity period on the date of renewal as per the value (MRP) of the Unlimited Plan Voucher, together with the related bandwidth speed opted by the customer from the Plans indicated at Para-C(1). For example, if a customer availing Pre-paid 256 Kbps account (unlimited) renews his/her account with BB R_UL 1200 voucher and opts for speed of upto 512 kbps at the time of renewal, charging as per the new opted bandwidth will start and new validity of 30 days will be applicable.

• In case the customer opts for migrations from unlimited plan to limited plan or vice versa his/her validity/balance shall not be carried forward. The account will be treated as a fresh account. However, the customer will be able to retain his user account.
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SYLLABUS FOR LIMITED COMPETITIVE DEPARTMENTAL
EXAMINATION AGAINST 33% QUOTA
FOR PROMOTION TO SDE(T) GRADE
Advance Technical Paper (General)
(Objective Type)
Maximum Marks 100
40 Marks
a) Intelligent Network and Services: Overview of Intelligent Network architecture and
functions of SSP, SCP, SMP, IP etc., Various types of IN services, Access codes for various IN
services etc.
b) Signaling Systems inciudingCCS#7: Various signaling systems being used in the department
for local and trunk network such as E/M, R2 modified, CCS#7 etc.
c) ISDN: Overview of OSI layer, ISDN introduction and services, customer premises equipment
: .
d) Long Distance Switching: Overview of national
transmission and signaling/synchronization plans.
e) E-I0B Switching System: Introduction to E-10B system, Description of links, connection
units, time base, switching network, control units etc., Call set up procedures, OMC
hardware/software, OMC restart/system regeneration/system saving, Periodic tasks, LOCAVARs,
subscriber features, Exchange maintenance.
f) C-DOT Digital Switching System (MAX): Overview of CDOT (MAX) Switching System, Hardware
architecture, Functional description of various subsystems, Call set up procedures, Subscriber
facilities, Maintenance procedures.
g) EWSD Switching System: Overview of system architecture, Description of various
functional units like DLU, LTG, SN, CP, MB. CCG, SYP,CCNC etc., Call Set up procedures, CCS#7,
EWSD Operations, EWSD Maintenance Philosophy, Emergency Concepts.
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h) 5 ESS - 2000 Switching System: Basic characteristic & functions of SESSswitch, Description of
SM, SM2000, CM & AM, RSM, Access Interface Unit (AIU), Call set up procedures,
Implementation of CCS#7 and ISDN in SESS,Routine maintenance.
i) OC8-283 Switching System: OCB-283 system overview, Description of various units viz. SMC,
SMA, SMT, STS, SMX, SMM, token ring and CSN, Call set up procedures, OCB-283 operations,
OCB-283 maintenance procedures.
j) AXE-IO Switching System:-· AXE-10 system overview, Description of various subsystems viz.
Central Processor Subsystem (CPS), Regional Processor Subsystem (RPS), Input-Output Group
(IOG-llB), Subscriber Switching Subsystem (SSS), Group S~itching Subsystem (GSS), Trunk and
Signaling Subsystem (TSS), Common Channel Signaling Subsystem (CCS), SUS, TCS, CHS & OMS,
Call handling, System maintenance philosophy.
Basic Concepts of optical communication, Optical fiber cable characteristics and Design features
like multimode and single mode fibres, Dispersion, attenuation, optical fibre design (96 fibre
cable), various types of optical sources and detectors, Survey and cable laying, Route index
diagram, Tests and measurements on Optical Fibre Cable like OTDR, DTA, Power meter etc.,
Basic Concepts of PDH (2, 8, 34, 140 MB Systems), SDH (STM-1/4/16 systems), DWDM Systems.
Microwave Line of sight propagation, Path Loss, Frequency Band and capacities of Digital
Microwave System, Hop distance, Noise Figure. Overview of Satellite Communication, History
and Evolution, Frequency bands used for Satellite Communication, C and Ku bands,
Geostationary satellites and satellite orbits. G/T Ratio, Antenna characteristics, VSATs, IDRs and
DCME Data Rates.
Brief History of GSM, GSM Architecture containing the nodes likes BTS, BSC, MSC, VLR•.HLR, and
OMC etc. Cellular Concept, Radio Frequency Management, Mobile Handsets, GPRS and its
Network Elements.
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CDMA: Multiple Access Methods, Spreading Techniques, Frequency Spectrum of CDMA, Channel
Architecture of CDMA, Application of CDMA Technology in BSNL network.
CorDECT: DECT standard, DIU and CBS system capacities, Frequency band, coverage range,
Internet bit rates.
Data communication concepts-Packet switching & Circuit Switching; 051 Layered Model; Physical
layer - Physical layer Interfaces and standards-V35, V24, G703, HSSI etc, ; Datalink Layer -
Datalink Layer protocol, DLC, HDLC, PPP, LAN & Ethernet Technologies; Network Layer
Protocols-IP, ARP, RARP, ICMP & IGMP; IP Addressing; Transport Layer Protocols-Connection
oriented and connection less protocol, TCP, UDP; Internet routing Protocols-RIP, OSPF, BGP;
Internet Applications-HTTP, DNS Telnet, FTP, SMTP etc; Subscriber access Mechanisms-Modem
Theory, HDSL Modems, Leased Line and Dialup Access etc. Broadband Access technologies-xDSL
Technilogies, DSLAM & ADSL Modems, BRAS,Tier-I & Tier-II switch, DMT Modulation technique,
PPPoE
i) Computer Fundamentals: Fundamentals of Personal Computers use of Windows
Operating System & Introduction to software packages like MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power
Point. Use of Internet for office work like e-mail, web browsing etc. The features of Linux
Operating System, Linux file system, Basic and Advanced Commands, Graphical User Interface
(KDE & GNOME), Open Office.
ii) WEB Technologies: Creation of Static Web Page, which includes the designing, and
developing of Static Web pages using HTML coding and FrontPage.
iii) Networking: Internet Protocols, Network Components and Architecture, IP Addressing and
Sub-netting, Network Operating System, Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, Client configuration.
v) BSNLSoftware Application: Familiarization with various departmental applications like
DOTSOFT, BRMS, HR package etc.
w.
Basics of Jelly Filled Cables and fault location in copper cable network, construction and
maintenance of DP and DP dressing, installation of drop-wire, pole-less external plant network,
PCM principles, and overview of DLCand overview of MLLN.
Earthing of Telecom Systems, Maintenance of Battery, Pmver Plants and UPS, Fire Protection
Systems, Types, Use & Mtce. Schedule. Basic Mtce. Of EA Sets and Air-conditioning Units, Trunk
IVRS.
SYLLABUS FOR LIMITED COMPETITIVE
DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION AGAINST 33%
QUOTA FOR PROMOTION TO SDE(T) GRADE
Paper-II: Advanced Technical Paper (Special) Maximum Marks 100
fA candidate can select only one of the seven subjects i.e. A,B,C,D,E,F &G while
applying for LDCE)
Basic concepts of Intelligent Network architecture, Functions and role of SSP, SCP,
SMP, IP etc., Description of various types ofIN services and call flow, . , Access codes for vanous serVIces.
Various signaling systems being in the department for local and trunk network such as
ElM, R2 modified, CCS#7 etc, Concepts of CCS-7 signaling including signaling point
(SP), Signal transfer point (STP), Layered structure with reference to OSI-Iayer
architecture, Description of MTP, ISUP, SCCP and TCAP 3, Application of No.7
signaling in PSTN, ISDN, IN and Mobile telephony,
Review of OSI layer, ISDN introduction and services, Customer premises equipment,
ISDN implementation strateg'ies etc.
Details of national switching/numbering/routing/charging/transmission and signalingl
synchronization plans.
Earthing of Telecom systems, Maintenance of Battery and Power Plants, Fire protection
systems-types, use and maintenance schedule, basic maintenance of EA sets and airconditioning
units,
Introduction to E-IOB system, Description of links, connection units, time base,
switching network, control units etc., Call set up procedures, OMC hardware/software,
Man-machine communication, OMC restart/system regeneration/system saving.
Peripheral management, Subscriber Management, Traffic administration, Trunk
administration, Routing administration, Billing management, Faults & alarms
management, Periodic tasks, LOCA VARs, Subscriber features, Exchange maintenance,
Installation & commissioning activities, A/T procedures, Documentation, Use of various
testers, Exchange service quality tests.
System configuration & Features, Hardware architecture, installation practices, Software
overview, Equipment planning, Man machine communication, Call processing,
Subscriber facilities, Exch~nge administration, Subscriber administration, Routing
administration, Trunk administration, Traffic administration, Billing administration,
Patch administration, Maintenance procedures, Alarms and reports and System
reconfiguration.
Overview of system architecture, Description of various functional units like DLU, LTG,
SN, CP., MB, CCG, SYP, CCNC etc., Call set up procedures, CCS#7, Application
Program System Administration, Subs Administration, ISDN Administration, V5.2,
Routing Charging Administration including IACHAST A, Traffic Administration,
Network Administration, Physical Installation, APS Loading, Commissioning, A/T,
Planning & Dimensioning, Documentation, EWSD Maintenance Philosophy, Line &
Trunk Testing, Emergency Concepts, Concept of Telecom Assistance Centre, Charge
Band Concept in CCS#7, Patch Implementation Procedures.
Basic characteristics & functions of 5ESS switch, Description of SM, SM2000, CM &
AM, RSM, Access Interface Unit (AIU), Call set up procedures, Implementation of
CCS#7 and ISDN in 5ESS, Documentation structure and use of Master Control Centre,
Subscriber and PBX data, Human/machine interface, Reports and alarm handling, Trunk
and line maintenance, Routine maintenance, System back up, ODD recent change for
trunks and line, 5ESS-2000 database, Analysis of system reports, initialization and
recovery, Traffic measurement reports, Installation and commissioning activities, Testing
methods, A/T procedures.
OCB-283 system overview, Description of various units viz. SMC, SMA, SMT, STS,
SMX, SMM, token ring and CSN, Call set up procedures, CCS#7, OCB-283 system
software, OCB-283 operations, Man- machine commands, system administration,
Subscriber administration, Routing administration, Charging & Billing administration,
Traffic management, Network management, Planning & dimensioning issues, Physical
installation and commissioning activities, A/T procedures, OCB-283 maintenance
procedures, Path implementation methods.
AXE-IO system overview, Description of various subsystems viz. Central Processor
Subsystem (CPS), Regional Processor Subsystem (RPS), Input-Output Group (IOGlIB),
Subscriber Switching Subsystem (SSS), Group Switching Subsystem (GSS), Trunk
and Signaling Subsystem(TSS), Common Channel Signaling Subsystem (CCS),
SUS,TCS,CHS & OMS, AXE-I0 software organization, Call handling, Documentation,
I/O handling, Planning and dimensioning, Installation and testing activities, Construction
practice, Management of exchange data related to hundred groups. A-number and Bnumber
analysis, routes, routing, Charging, destination codes, EOS codes etc.,
Installation test of GSS, SSS, TSS, CCS, RPS/EMS, Start up & test of lOG-II B,Start up
and test of APZ 212, Initial loading of APG, User authority management (password
management) Connection of ats, management of announcements, Operational quality
measurement, A/T procedures, Use of testers, System maintenance philosophy,
Subscriber management, Subscriber management, Maintenance of subscriber lines,
trunks, hardware of SSS,GSS,RPS/EMS,IOG-li B & CPS, Handling detailed billing data,
call meters, system restart, reload & back up, Command & transaction logs, traffic and
service measurements.
OPTICAL FIBRE COMM.UNATION 55 marks
Basic concepts and principles of optical communication. Optical fiber cable
characteristics and DesigriJeatures like multimode and single mode fibers. Graded Index
Fibers, Dispersion, attenuation, optical fiber design(96 fibre cable), various types of
optical sources and detectors, survey and able laying practices, route index diagram, link
engineering, Tests and measurements on O.F. cable, functioning of various meters, their
applications and operatio'ns like OTDR, DTA, Power meter etc.; Concepts of PHD
Hierarchal MUX systems ,like 2,8,34, 140 MB systems, Basic concepts of SDH, Various
types of SDH systems (STM-l/4116 systems), SDH Multiplexing techniques, SDH
Network Elements & Topology, Network Survivability, SDH Measurements faults and
alarms through NMS, LeT, Element Manager, Synchronization of SDH network and
measurement and synchronization, Basic concepts and advantages of DWDM systems,
DWDM components like laser, detector, Transponders and Optical Amplifiers, DWDM
testing-optical analyzer, A/Tof OF system.
System design objectives, CCITT and CCIR standards, Planning and designing of
multichannel microwave system, Choice of Antennas, Wave guide, Ducting, fading and
fade margin, Path Loss, Multipath fading, Microwave devices, travelling wave
tube(TWT) Klystron, Semiconductor, devices, engineering order wire supervisory
protection switching and remote controls. Measurements of power and frequency, noise
figure, group delay, Noise power and ratio measurement, standing waves ratio
measurement amplitude and frequency response, Equalizers, Microwave site survey and
selection, Tower Height Calculation, Critical Tower Height and Block Schematic of high
capacity Microwave system. SACF A clearance, AfT of 6 Ghz and 2Ghz systems.
Frequency bond and capacities of Digital UHF systems, Hop distance.
SATELLITE: 10 marks
Overview of satellite communication, History and evolution, Frequency Bands used for
satellite Communication, C, Ku and Ka bands, GEO and Non-GEO satellite orbits and
systems, INSA T satellite system-purpose and evolution, Space Segment Attitude and
orbit control, Earth Station Configuration and parameters, Antenna Characteristics, LNA
and HPA - Types and characteristics Inter-modulation products and back off, relative
comparison of SSPA and TWT power amplifier, elements of Satellite link engineering,
CIN and BER, Bandwidth and power considerations, Need for VSA T communication,
VSAT applications - MCPC VSAT, HVNET, Intermediate Data Rate and Degital Circuit
Multiplexing equipment
Miscellaneous 10 marks
Earthling of Telecom. Systems, Maintenance of Battery and Power Plants, Fire protection
systems - type use and maintenance schedule, basic maintenance of EA sets and airconditioning
units, PCM principles and Digital transmission concepts.
Overview of GSM Architecture 15 marks
Brief history of development of Mobile Communication, Description of GSM
Architecture Functions of various Network elements of GSM likes BTS, BSC, MSC,
VLR, HLR and OMC etc. Role ofIMSI, TMSI, IMEI MSRN.
Security Features in GSM: 05 marks
Security arrangements in GSM Communication Functions of A3, A5, A8 Algorithm, Ki,
Ke keys, Authentication and Ciphering functions of GSM.
RF Channel Management 10 marks
Cell layout and frequency planning, Frequency bands and specifications for GSM-900
system, Multiple Access Methods - FDMA & TDMA, Description of Air Interfaces, like
logical channels and traffic Channels, Basic steps in call setup like connection request,
IMSI attach and IMSI detach, Functions of Handovers and Frequency Hopping during
conversation.
GPRS/EDGE/IMT-2000 10 marks
Brief description of GPRS Architecture and its Network Elements, Key Features and
Objectives of IMT - 2000. Migration path from 2G to 3G, GSM to WCDMA. Future
Trends in Mobile Communication.
GSM Billing concept: 10 marks
Billing concept in GSM network for pre-paid and post-paid systems. Role of Mediation
of CDRs in Billing System. Brief description of various servers in Billing system.
Activation of services and facilities in Subs. Mobile.
GSM Services : 10 marks
Description of GSM services like Bearer Services, 'fele Services and Supplementary
Services, Short Message Services(SMS), Value Aided Services (VAS) like Mobile
Messaging, Mobile Internet, Mobile IN Services, configuration of mobile handset for use
of value added facilities and GPRS and EDGE features.
Miscellaneous: 10 marks
Earthling of Telecom. Systems, Maintenance of Battery and Power Plants, Fire protection
systems-types use and maintenance schedule, basic maintenance of EA sets and airconditioning
units.
Functionalities, Interconnection & configuration of MSC, BSC, BTS. Abis and A link
dimensioning, Engineering, Planning & Traffic Measurements. GSM Signaling Model,
Urn Interface, Abis interf;:tce. A interface, location, Update, Handover, Description of
NSS measurement & Statistics.
Cellular Concepts, Multiple Access Techniques, Duplexing Method, Frequency Band
used in CDMA, Channel list. 10 marks
Spread spectrum communications and its types, DSSS as used in CDMA cellular
systems, codes used in CDMA and their functions, PN offset, Power Control, Soft hand
Off, System Capacity, Rake receives, Multi-path Advantage, Processing Gain and
Spreading Rates. 15 marks
IS-95 A and CDMA 2000 1 x standards and their features, System Architecture, Network
elements - BTS, BSC, MSC, HHTs and FWTs PCF Functionality, Elements of Packet
Switch core network - PDSN, AAA server etc. 20 marks
RF Channel Architecture of IS-95 A, Channel coding and spreading rates, Modulation
Methods, Functions of each channel, call flow, HHT and FWT programming parameters,
SID, NID, Channel no. etc. 15 marks
CDMA RF Planning basics, Various planning parameters - Eb/No. Ec/It FER, Frequency
Reuse Factor, Sectorization Gain, Voice Activity factors, cell loading factor, cell
breathing, cell capacity and coverage aspects, BTS coverage tests - VSWR Test, RF
power measurement and spectrum analyzers, AfT and billing. 15 marks
Variants of CDMA - CDMA 2000 lxEVDo, WCDMA - features CDMA and GSM -
brief comparison. 05 marks
CorDECT; 10 marks
Cor-DECT system architecture, various sub-systems of Cor-DECT system and their
functions, DIU, CBS, BSD, RBS, FRS functions and features, Frequency spectrum for
cor-DECT, no. of carriers and carriers spacing, Access Method, Frame structure, DCS,
Internet Access through cor-DECT, Access procedure and available bit rates, AfT of cor-
DECT system.
Miscellaneous: 10 marks
Earthing of Telecom. Systems, Maintenance of Battery, Power Plants and UPS, Fire
protection systems-types .use and maintenance schedule, basic maintenance of EA sets
and air-conditioning units.
Packet Switching & Circuit Switching, OSI Model & TCPflP Model, Physical Layer
standards - V 35, V 24, G703, HSSI etc. 10 marks
Datalink layer Protocols - DLC, HDLC, PPP etc. PAP, CHAP, LANs & VLANs;
Ethernet, FastEthernet and GigabitEthernet standards, CSMA-CD and switched Ethernet
network, collision Domain and Broadcast Domain, Switched Ethernet
Backbones. 20 marks
Network Layer Protocols- IP, ARP, RARP, ICMP, IGMP, IP Addressing, VLSM, CIDR,
Routers and routed networks, IP Routing Principles, Static Routings, Default Routing and
Dynamic Routing; Dynamic Routing Protocols - RJP, OSPF, BGP etc. 20 marks
Transport Layer Protocols ~ TCP,UDP 05 marks
Multiprotocol Level Switching(MPLS) - MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP), QoS
in MPLS Networks, Traffic Engineering in MPLS Network, RSVP 10 marks
MPLS Based VPNs - Virtual Private Networks(VPNs), MPLS based Layer 3 VPNs
MPLS based Layer 2 VPNs. 10 marks
Broadband Access technolqgies x DSL Technologies, DSLAM & ADSL Modems,
BRAS Tier I & II switch, DMT Modulation Technique, PPPoE. 10 marks
WiFi & WiMAX; 05 marks
Miscellaneous Earthing of Telecom. Systems, Maintenance of Battery, Power Plants and
UPS, Fire protection systems-types use and maintenance schedule, basic maintenance of
EA sets and air-conditioning units 10 marks
F. COMPUTERS, COMPUTER NETWORK AND APPLICATION PACKAGES;
100 Marks
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS 15 marks
Fundamentals of Personal Computers, use of Windows, Operating System, Introduction
to software packages like MS word, MS Excel and MS Power point. Use of Internet for
office work like e-mail, web browsing etc; features of linux operating system,. Linux file
system, basic and Advanced Commands, Graphical User Interface (KDE & GNOME)
Open Office.
WEB TECHNOLOGIES 15 marks
Creation of Static Web Page, which includes the designing and developing of Static Web
pages using HTML coding and FrontPage, Image. processing tool such as Adobe
Photoshop, Web-site Designing containing Dynamic Web Pages, Active Server pages
(ASP), VB Script, Java script, Connectivity of the front end web applications (ASP &
Java script) with the back end.database applications, Hosting of Websites.
NETWORKING 25 marks
Internet Protocols, Network. Components and Architecture, IP Addressing and Sub
netting, Network Operating system, Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, Client configuration
and User /Group Creation, Sharing of Network Resources, Disk Quota, WLAN, Proxy
server, Firewall.
Network Security Issues, Various types of attacks and their counter measure, Various
Security products like Firewall, Antivirus software, IDS, Vulnerability Assessments and
Penetration Testing.
RDBMS; 20 marks
RDBMS Concepts, SQ, SQL*Plus and PL/SQL
Oracle Architectural Components, Maintaining an Oracle Instance, Creating a Darabase,
Data Dictionary contents and Usage, Maintaining the Control File, Maintaining Redo
Log files, Managing Tablespaces and Data Files, Storage structure and Relationships
Managing Undo Data, Managing Tables, Managing Indexes, Managing Data Integrity,
Managing Passwords Security and Resources, Managing Users, Managing Privileges,
Managing Roles, Oracle Recovery Manager.
BSNL Software Applications
Familiarization with various
package etc.
15 marks
departmental applications like DOTS OFT, BRMS, HR
Miscellaneous 10 marks
Earthling of Telecom. Systems, Maintenance of Battery, Power Plants and UPS, Fire
protection systems-types use and maintenance schedule, basic maintenance of EA sets
and air-conditioning units
WLL - Overview of CDMA, CorDECT, installation and maintenance of FWTs and CPE.
15 marks
Mobile - Overview of GSM, GPRS and EDGE, configuration of mobile handset for use
of value added facilities and GPRS and EDGE features. 15 marks
Fibre- PCM principles, Fibre laying practices, basics of SDH,ADM,SDH rings, FTTH,
DLC and MLLN 15 marks
Radio freq. planning for mobile and WLL technologies, siting consideration for BTS
05 marks
15 marks . Broadband access-Copper based access, ADSL technologies, DSLAM
JF cables, construction practices for cable external plant, siting of cabinets and pillars,
monsoon precautions, prev.entive and reactive maintenance of external plant, fault
location, Pole-less networks, optimization of External plant, computerized maintenance
of records. 20 marks
Measurements - OTDR, DTA set, frequency counters, NEXT/FEXT measurement, Line
parameters testing, jitter, BER parameters. 05 marks
Earthling of Telecom. Systems, Maintenance of Battery, Power Plants and UPS, Fire
protection systems-types lJse and maintenance schedule, basic maintenance of EA sets
and air-conditioning units 10 marks
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APPLICATIONFORAPPEARINGIN THE LIMITED DEPARTMENTALCOMPETITIVEEXAMINATION FOR PROMOTION TO THE GRADEOF SUB DIVISIONAL
EN§jNEER(TELECOM)(33% QUOTA) SCHEDULEDTO BEHELDIN _ ,,
'.. ~ Name of the Candidate
.' and present designation
-4. Year of Recruitment asJTO
(as allotted on appointment)
5. Date of joining in JTOgrade
on regular basis
Vacancy year(s) eligible and
Being applied for:
: 2006-07
: 2007-08
10. Write Category to which he/she
belongs to (sC/sT)
11. Whether he/she wants to write
the answers in Hindi or English
12. Whether the officer is working as
regular sDE(T). If so, the mode of
promotion (promotion quota or
competitive quota) and
Reference No. and date of issue of
promotion order.
13* Name of subject to be selected for Paper II:
Le Advanced Technical (Special)
*The applicant will have to opt one subject among the Seven subjects i.e Switching, Transmission, GSM,WLL (COMA & CorOECT,Internet
and Broadband, Computers, Computer Network and Application Packages and External Plant and access Network) of Paper II and
accordingly question paper on that subject will be provided to the candidate in exam as opted & indicated above at S. No 13.
I recommend that shri , Junior Telecom. Officer/5DE(T), who fulfills the condition of eligibility
prescribed in BsNL Circular No. 20-24/2001-Pers.1I dated 28.2.2002 and corrigendum No. 20-1/2001-Pers-1I dt. 17.7.2002,23.10.2006& 30.7.2007 may
be permitted to appear in the Examination.
Certified that the above entries made by the candidate have been verified and he/she is eligible for appearing in the Sub Divisional Engineer
(Telecom) (33% quota) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for the vacancy year/vacancy years ~-
i
Signature, Date & seal
Of designated Officer (sTs rank of -------------- Circle office)
IMMEDIATE
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APPLICATIONFORAPPEARINGIN THE LIMITED DEPARTMENTALCOMPETITIVEEXAMINATION FOR PROMOTION TO THE GRADEOF SUB DIVISIONAL
EN§JJIIEER(TELECOM)(33% QUOTA) SCHEDULEDTO BEHELDIN _ ,,
"'l.ti (. Name of the Candidate
.' and present designation
;;
4. Year of Recruitment asJTO
(as allotted on appointment)
5. Date of joining in JTOgrade
on regular basis
Vacancy year(s) eligible and
Being applied for:
: 2006-07
: 2007-08
10. Write Category to which he/she
belongs to (sC/sT)
11. Whether he/she wants to write
the answers in Hindi or English
12. Whether the officer is working as
regular sDE(T). If so, the mode of
promotion (promotion quota or
competitive quota) and
Reference No. and date of issue of
promotion order.
13* Name of subject to be selected for Paper II:
Le Advanced Technical (Special)
*The applicant will have to opt one subject among the Seven subjects i.e Switching, Transmission, GSM,WLL (COMA & CorOECT,Internet
and Broadband, Computers, Computer Network and Application Packages and External Plant and access Network) of Paper II and
accordingly question paper on that subject will be provided to the candidate in exam as opted & indicated above at S. No 13.
I recommend that shri , Junior Telecom. Officer/sDE(T), who fulfills the condition of eligibility
prescribed in BsNl Circular No. 20-24/2001-Pers.1I dated 28.2.2002 and corrigendum No. 20-1/2001-Pers-1I dt. 17.7.2002,23.10.2006& 30.7.2007 may
be permitted to appear in the Examination.
Certified that the above entries made by the candidate have been verified and he/she is eligible for appearing in the Sub Divisional Engineer
(Telecom) (33% quota) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for the vacancy year/vacancy years ~-
i
Signature, Date & seal
Of designated Officer (sTs rank of -------------- Circle office)
IMMEDIATE
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