24 Nov 14: 14th Highly Successful Executive Body Meeting Of SNEA (I) PUNE District: As
per call given by Com. Bharat Sonawane , DS SNEA (I)
Pune, Executive Body Meeting was held on 12th November 2014
at Conference Hall, Telephone Bhavan,Bajirao
under Presidentship of Com.S.M.
Chand DP SNEA(I) Pune. The
meeting was called for following agenda points.
* Discussion on
various meetings held with management.
* Discussion on non implementation minutes of Agenda meeting with
management and further course of action
Collection of pending subscriptions,Building
Fund,Legal Fund etc
* Preparation of action
plan for membership verification.
* Felicitation of newly
promoted DGM(L/A) and newly joined members.
The following SNEA (I) leaders attended and addressed the
Com. S M Chand,
District President , SNEA(I), Pune,
CWC Member , SNEA(I), MH Circle
Jt.Sec.Pune SNEA(I), MH
4. Com.Bharat Sonawane DS SNEA(I) Pune.
5. Com.S.V.Deshpande Br. President Civil SNEA(I)
In the beginning two
minutes silence was observed in the sad dismissal of our active comrade J.K.Vanve
DP SNEA(I) Pune.briefed
the agenda of the meeting and included the item of suggestion on transfer
policy. He also appealed all the members to pay their outstanding dues in time.
He also briefed the house about the recent activities of SNEA(I)
CWC Member MH Circle in his speech elobarated the
activities at CHQ and about forthcoming membership verification, he recalled CWC
meeting at Patna and discussions on pending HR issues. He also highlighted on
Inter-SSA non-tenure transfer policy.
Com. Bharat Sonawane, DS Pune in his speech
explained activities at Pune SSA including HR and developmental issues in Pune
SSA which includes recent Rural to Urban and vice-versa transfer,bifurcation
of OFC wing,bias attitude of management on reliving
of executives to other SSA,Circle,unwanted
expenditure on shifting of units etc..In his detailed speech on forthcoming
membership verification and preparation of SNEA(I) Pune.He also explained role of SNEA(I) Pune on
non-tenure transfers. On the issue of collection of outstanding dues of
subscription from members, he appealed all the DoB to collect the dues from members. He also
explained the house about conduction of classes for JTO to SDE(T) LDCE as
notification will be issued shortly.Lastly he
appealed all to show the strength of SNEA(I) Pune in membership verification.
MH Circle in his speech elobarated the activities at
Circle level which includes posting of DE Regular and about forthcoming
membership verification.He also highlighted on
Inter-SSA non-tenure transfer policy and SSA transfer policy.
Branch President (Civil) SNEA(I) Pune in his speech elobarated the activities at Civil wing. He raised issue of
enhancement of limit for reimbursement of treatment for chronical
dieses. The proposal sent in April 2014 but not sanctioned yet.He
also discussed water problem in Vimannagar, file is
missing since long.About forthcoming membership verification,he assured to get 90%
of voting from Civil Wing.
In reply of felicitation
all the DGMs esxpressed their views about the mighty
Com.T.D.Meshram DGM(East) appealed all the members to perform their duties
very effectively for growth of our beloved company. He also assured that from
his area SNEA will get 90% of the voting in forthcoming membership
Com.B.K.Walkoli DGM(Rural) and our Ex.DS & Ex.JS MH Circle in his
special style delivered a motivational speech. He also appeals all the comrades
of Rural area to contribute extra for development of
Our young Com. Manoj Hedav DGM(Mobile)
in his speech recalled the past when he was in Goa as his joining .He also
shared his views on collection of subscription in Goa and assured us to extend
full support in strengthening of the association.
Our young Com.L.B.Rawte DGM(EB) expressed
his sincere gratitude towards the association. He appealed all field units to
co-operate EB unit for completion of EB Projects in time bound manner.
In the meeting, Com.Khot SDE(Civil) was nominated
unopposed for the post of Branch Secretary (Civil)which was vacant after
transfer of Com.S.N.Birhade Branch Secretary (Civil)
to Kalyan Division. Com.Birhade
was eligible for immunity but he refused to avail immunity and joined at Kalyan Division and this is speciality
In the meeting,Com.Dr.Satish D.Alandkar VP SNEA(I) Pune was felicited
for Ph.D degree
in Marketing Management “by Savitribai Phule University of Pune on 11/10/2014 from Prin.Naralkar Institute of Management,Pune.His research topic was”Critical Analysis Of Customer Satisfaction Related To
Broadband Services in Pune City” and Com.Khot was felicited for his “M.Tech”degree in Civil.
It is great privilege
& matter of pride for SNEA (I) Pune 31 new
members joined SNEA (I) Pune at a time by submitting their membership form and
became the part of SNEA family thereby increasing the strength of SNEA (I) Pune.
It is worthy to mentioned that one JAO also joined SNEA(I)
Pune. Com.R.S.Dalvi OS (West) played very vital role
in joining of many new members. All the District body members and CoB, Ex.DS Com.Baravkar, Com.Kinikar actively involve in
joining of new members
except DS and Both OS(Mobile).
The details of newly
joined members are as follows:
Ex.ADS AIBSNLA Pune
Ex.Asst.Dis.Tres. AIBSNLA Pune
P. Sabat SDE Mobile Nodal
JTO Vadgaon Sheri
Sharma JTO CDR
Narkhede JTO Mobile Nodal
Ali JTO CDR
Shende JTO CDR
Singh SDE Mobile
Verma Suryavanshi JTO
Karande JTO CDR
Ali JTO OFC
V.G. SDE S&M
V.Suryavanshi SDE Mobile Nodal
N.B. SDE MHS.
With this SNEA(I) Pune is the only branch in MH Circle with more than
400 members. As a DS SNEA(I) Pune ,I feel proud to express my sincere gratidudes towards all SNEA members,District
Office Bearers,Circle and CHQ Office bearers
especially our beloved CHQ President Com.G.L.Jogi,GS Com.K.Sebastin,Com.Vivek Wankhede
AGS ,Com.S.V.Bhad,Com.M.S.Adsul for their valuable
guidance and support.
Meeting was also attended
by the District Office Bearers including Com.S.D.Alandkar
VP SNEA(I) Pune, Com.Mahanand Gaikwad
ADS SNEA(I) Pune,Com.D.R.Bhogade ADS SNEA(I) Pune, Com.R.V.Jadhav DT SNEA(I) Pune, Com.R.S.Dalvi
OS West, Com.S.C.Kunchge OS(MHS),Com.S.V.Deshpande
Br.President CIVIL, Com.Vijay
Yadav Br. Treasurer, Com.Khot
Br. Exe.Member, and many of our active members of
The meeting was
successfully conducted with the efforts of Com.R.V.Jadhav
DT,Com.R.S.Dalvi OS(West),Com.P.S.Kinikar active member and many active members.
Com.Mahanand Gaikwad ADS expressed vote of thanks and once again
appealed the members to be ready for forthcoming membership verifications.
15 Oct 14:Heartiest Congratulation to our
Vice-President Com Dr.Satish D.Alandkar:
Our dynamic Vice-President has
proved once again his excellence as he has been successfully awarded “Ph.D degree in
Marketing Management “by Savitribai Phule University of Pune on 11/10/2014 from Prin.Naralkar Institute of Management,Pune.His research topic was”Critical Analysis Of Customer Satisfaction Related To
Broadband Services in Pune City”.
taking this prestigious opportunity our Circle leaders Com.S,P,Sonawane CWC Member,Com.Virendra
Chaudhari Jt,Sec Pune MH
Circle Com S.M.Chand, DP Com.Bharat
Sonawane and team of SNEA Pune have congratulated
com Dr. Satish Alandkar
& extended best wishes to him. On telephonic conversation with him, he
thanked all for their support for this achievement and ackowleged. We SNEA Pune express
our sincere gratefulness to Dr. Amod D. Markale for supervising the thesis of our Com.Dr.Satish Alandkar &
Prof. Dr. G.K. Shirude, (Director, Prin. N.G. Naralkar Institute of Career Development and Research,
Pune) extending gigantic support, assistance and encouragement throughout the
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT BY Dr.Satish Alandkar
Right on the onset I thank The
Almighty God, for His precious Holy Spirit. This study would not have come to
completion without His divine grace. The hurdles and setbacks were countless
and I would not been able to see the end without your strength.
I wish to express my
gratefulness to Dr. Amod D. Markale
for supervising this thesis. Dr. Markale’s emphasis, on
exacting standards and inspiring suggestions has greatly contributed to this
I feel grateful to Dr. B. V. Sangvikar, (Prof. and Head, Department of Management
Sciences, University of Pune), Prof. Dr.Jadhav, (Ex.
Registrar, University of Pune),Dr. (Capt.) C. M. Chitale, (Professor, Dept. of Management sciences
University of Pune), Ex Dean. Faculty of Management Sciences,
University of Pune, for valuable academic directions which helped me abundantly
in the entire process of my research study.
Prof. Dr. G.K. Shirude, (Director, Prin. N.G. Naralkar
Institute of Career Development and Research, Pune) extended gigantic support,
assistance and encouragement throughout the study. I take this opportunity to
acknowledge the support and assistance extended by them.
I also thank Prof. Dr. Subhash Bhave, (Ex. Director,
Prin. N.G. Naralkar Institute of Career Development
and Research, Pune), and Dr. (Mrs.) Aditi Markale, (Ex. Director, Prof. Singhad
Business School, Erandawane Pune), Mr. Kinikar, (Head of Department of Management, Neville Wadia Pune), who shared marketing research, thoughts and
knowledge, which helped me in the statistical representations and analysis of
the findings in the research study.
I shall always remain grateful to Mr. Virendra Chaudhari SDE & Mr.
Bharat Sonawane SDE.
I am thankful to: Prin. General
Manager BSNL Pune and GM/AGM Administration Pune, who have given permission to
enroll for Ph. D. while on duty. I also thank all GM’s, Dy. GM’s, AGM’s and
SDE/JTO’s, All SNEA Members, MTNL/Alok Fab. friends, especially AGM,
SDE’s, JTO’s and all staff from Yerwada
(External/Internal/CSC), NIB-MHS, who always provoked and encouraged me during
Editorial: October, 2014
Our struggle turns the tables decisively – revives
critical frozen issues of standard scales, 30% superannuation, CPSU hierarchy and paves way for their resolution.
Critical HR issues,
particularly the ones relating to young and talented folk recruited in BSNL, virtually
forgotten and lying in deep frozen state for the last about two years, got a
fresh lease of life through our recent struggle when BSNL Management in
principle agreed to initiate continuous discussions for their resolution. Our
struggle thus opened a window of opportunity for resolution of these issues
which have been lying in deep slumber for a pretty long time. If BSNL Management is serious
and honest enough this time to continue the dialogue in right earnestness till
resolution of issues is comprehensively addressed, we, on our part, would be
equally honest, if not more than BSNL Management, to maintain complete
industrial peace and tranquility. If BSNL Management tries to dither and
betray, the way they have done thus far, we will be as ruthless and unrelenting
as anything this time.
BSNL Management has to
clearly recognize and understand that resolution of issues of extending
standard pay scales, 30% superannuation benefits and introduction of time bound
functional promotions will go a long long way in
changing the complexion and direction of the Company. Addressing these issues
will surely mean correction of serious HR policy aberration that has been
inordinately delayed and that will inevitably have quite significant and far
reaching consequences in so far as revival of the Company is concerned.
We too do understand and
recognize the constraints that BSNL faces on account of resource crunch, but we
are pretty confident of coming out with very viable alternatives to offset the
repercussions that BSNL Management anticipates while taking final call on these
crucial issues. Besides, management will make a serious error of judgment if it
undermines the huge motivational impact that resolution of these issues will
have on the demoralized working force. Management should factor in the huge positive
impact that resolution of these issues will undoubtedly have on resource
generation and should not ignore this hard fact.
In case Management once again betrays, we
are more than willing to join hand with forces that have hot and ethical blood
of struggle running through their veins. If that materializes, good enough, otherwise we are quite determined and fully
equipped to carry forward the struggle singlehandedly till we reach our
destination of comprehensive resolution of these HR issues of paramount and
strategic importance. We do have sufficient organizational capacity and
resilience to take on such formidable challenges singlehandedly. Our past
stands out an eloquent and unquestionable testimony to this hard reality.
At the end of the day, BSNL Management has to
clearly understand that Human Resource is not garbage the way it has been
treating it. If it treats talented Human Resources as garbage,
end product would be surely garbage and that is clearly visible in the Company
as of now. The bottom line is that Human Resource is
greatest asset provided one acknowledges this underlying and irrefutable fact.
Human resource has to be spotted, harnessed, trained and accordingly deployed,
motivated and optimally utilized. Professional HR managers exploit HR to the
hilt and convert it into goldmine. That is where professionalism In HR counts
and makes a big difference between orthodox and modern innovative approach.
BSNL Management continues to be captivated by deep traditionalism. We and the
Company is a direct victim of this deep rooted conservatism of BSNL Management.
Saddest part of the whole story is that even in this era of digital world when
professional HR Managers are working day in and day out to enforce radical HR
motivational policies, BSNL Management has not been able to come out of deep
conservatism and move even an inch forward.
All said and done, Comrades,
we wholeheartedly congratulate you for your spontaneous and overwhelming
response to the recent call given by CHQ. Your enthusiasm and readiness to
struggle has enthused central leadership and it added confidence and has
undoubtedly opened a serious window of opportunity to reopen issues that have
been lying in deep slumber for more than two years. In
case BSNL Management is once again found to be wanting in its approach, we
shall not lose even a minute in calling upon you to come out on the streets
ruthlessly. For that, maintain complete organizational preparedness.