Date : 2018-06-24 Time : 16:17:57 Name : Ashok vyas Division : Gandhinagar
Respected Sir,inspite of i write here and whats app group of my divison fedration,my division union representive are not ready to represent my case.So i have no alternative and represent my cases from other union.Our gujarat leader not really supporting members but do negative remark about sincere member who are members in this federation since years.i am sorry to say no body here to hear my genuine case for medical ground transfer.If my transfer is not done ,i have no valid reason to continue,i have to force to find out other alternative for my personal priblems.i am very thankful that our all india leader help me in my brother case earlier and still i hope on national secretary for my matter.Regards.

Date : 2018-06-24 Time : 16:17:51 Name : Ashok vyas Division : Gandhinagar
Respected Sir,inspite of i write here and whats app group of my divison fedration,my division union representive are not ready to represent my case.So i have no alternative and represent my cases from other union.Our gujarat leader not really supporting members but do negative remark about sincere member who are members in this federation since years.i am sorry to say no body here to hear my genuine case for medical ground transfer.If my transfer is not done ,i have no valid reason to continue,i have to force to find out other alternative for my personal priblems.i am very thankful that our all india leader help me in my brother case earlier and still i hope on national secretary for my matter.Regards.

Date : 2018-06-09 Time : 04:01:44 Name : Ashok vyas Division : Gandhinagar
Respected Sir,my wife is suffering from vericouse vain problem and to be operated in ahmedabad both legs.she is also suffering from b.p as well as thyroid problem and asthma.i have to go ahmedabad for her treatment weekly.i have done request transfer to ahmedabad treatment after residing 2 yrs in gandhinagar.now i am working in vadnagar bo as bm I/c since 23/5/17 and do since may 2016.Sir,i have sent all treatment papers physically.Sir,i have see no place in bm transfer list.sir kindly take in to account my problem and kindly help me in this transfer.Regards.

Date : 2018-05-31 Time : 13:08:13 Name : Vvragav Division : Kerala
Higher office put targets for claims all other administrative jobs When the jobs to be done by co within time frame they handsup Primotion policy is taking rest Slowly coming promotion lists

Date : 2018-05-31 Time : 00:13:16 Name : Akash Ganga Division : Mumbai II
It is really Fantastic. How the Authority is serious on Development of the Corporation. Till date No finalization of Promotion and Transfer. Now the 1st Quarter is going to end.

Date : 2018-05-31 Time : 00:08:15 Name : Akash Ganga Division : Mumbai II
In LIC now there is System Failure.

Date : 2018-05-31 Time : 00:08:04 Name : Akash Ganga Division : Mumbai II
In LIC now there is System Failure.

Date : 2018-05-04 Time : 17:36:36 Name : Panchu Division : Chemmai2
. NO LISTS OF TRANSFERS ? TODAY IS 4TH MAY. GOD SAVE THE FEDERATION. J.PANCHANADHESWARAN ...

Date : 2018-04-27 Time : 01:27:34 Name : Ramasri Division : Bengalore
Salute to our unions which fights for what management/govt offers themselves But not important issues like pension

Date : 2018-04-27 Time : 00:11:37 Name : Ramasri Division : Bengalore
Salute to our unions which fights for what management/govt But not important issues like pension

Date : 2018-04-27 Time : 00:09:15 Name : Ramadri Division : Benglore
Apex court dismisses Centre’s plea The All-India Gramin Bank Employees Congress (AIGBEC) and the Kerala Gramin Bank Retirees Forum have hailed the Supreme Court verdict allowing pension for employees of regional rural banks (RRBs) on a par with other public sector banks. AIGBEC general secretary C. Rajeevan told The Hindu that Wednesday’s verdict was a historic one and that it would benefit some 80,000 current employees of the 56 RRBs across the country as well as around 20,000 retired employees. Legal battle Kerala Gramin Bank Retirees Forum functionaries T. Raman Nambisan and E. Premakumar pointed out that the judgement, which had rejected the Central government’s stand on pension for RRB staff, had come after a long legal battle. The judgment would benefit around 3,600 current employees and more than 500 retired staff of the Kerala Gramin Bank, the only RRB in Kerala. The KGB had come into being after the merger of the South Malabar Gramin Bank and the North Malabar Gramin Bank.It is sponsored by Canara Bank. Mr. Rajeevan pointed out that following the award by the Justice S. Obul Reddy Tribunal, employees of the RRBs had been granted pay scales on a par with nationalised commercial banks. However, later on, when the employees of the nationalised banks were granted pension, the staff of the RRBs were not granted pension parity. When the Rajasthan and Karnataka high courts, on petitions by the staff unions, directed the Centre to consider pension parity, the Centre filed a special leave petition against this direction in the Supreme Court in 2012. A Division Bench on Wednesday rejected the special leave petition and asked the government to allow pension to the staff of the RRBs within three months, with retrospective effect and without any conditions. Mr. Rajeevan noted that with this order the Union government now had no loophole not to allow pension parity (with nationalised bank staff) to the RRB staff. The verdict will benefit some 80,000 current employees of the 56 RRBs across the country as well as around 20,000 retired employees

Date : 2018-04-27 Time : 00:09:01 Name : Ramadri Division : Benglore
Apex court dismisses Centre’s plea The All-India Gramin Bank Employees Congress (AIGBEC) and the Kerala Gramin Bank Retirees Forum have hailed the Supreme Court verdict allowing pension for employees of regional rural banks (RRBs) on a par with other public sector banks. AIGBEC general secretary C. Rajeevan told The Hindu that Wednesday’s verdict was a historic one and that it would benefit some 80,000 current employees of the 56 RRBs across the country as well as around 20,000 retired employees. Legal battle Kerala Gramin Bank Retirees Forum functionaries T. Raman Nambisan and E. Premakumar pointed out that the judgement, which had rejected the Central government’s stand on pension for RRB staff, had come after a long legal battle. The judgment would benefit around 3,600 current employees and more than 500 retired staff of the Kerala Gramin Bank, the only RRB in Kerala. The KGB had come into being after the merger of the South Malabar Gramin Bank and the North Malabar Gramin Bank.It is sponsored by Canara Bank. Mr. Rajeevan pointed out that following the award by the Justice S. Obul Reddy Tribunal, employees of the RRBs had been granted pay scales on a par with nationalised commercial banks. However, later on, when the employees of the nationalised banks were granted pension, the staff of the RRBs were not granted pension parity. When the Rajasthan and Karnataka high courts, on petitions by the staff unions, directed the Centre to consider pension parity, the Centre filed a special leave petition against this direction in the Supreme Court in 2012. A Division Bench on Wednesday rejected the special leave petition and asked the government to allow pension to the staff of the RRBs within three months, with retrospective effect and without any conditions. Mr. Rajeevan noted that with this order the Union government now had no loophole not to allow pension parity (with nationalised bank staff) to the RRB staff. The verdict will benefit some 80,000 current employees of the 56 RRBs across the country as well as around 20,000 retired employees

Date : 2018-04-27 Time : 00:07:48 Name : Ramadri Division : Benglore
Apex court dismisses Centre’s plea The All-India Gramin Bank Employees Congress (AIGBEC) and the Kerala Gramin Bank Retirees Forum have hailed the Supreme Court verdict allowing pension for employees of regional rural banks (RRBs) on a par with other public sector banks. AIGBEC general secretary C. Rajeevan told The Hindu that Wednesday’s verdict was a historic one and that it would benefit some 80,000 current employees of the 56 RRBs across the country as well as around 20,000 retired employees. Legal battle Kerala Gramin Bank Retirees Forum functionaries T. Raman Nambisan and E. Premakumar pointed out that the judgement, which had rejected the Central government’s stand on pension for RRB staff, had come after a long legal battle. The judgment would benefit around 3,600 current employees and more than 500 retired staff of the Kerala Gramin Bank, the only RRB in Kerala. The KGB had come into being after the merger of the South Malabar Gramin Bank and the North Malabar Gramin Bank.It is sponsored by Canara Bank. Mr. Rajeevan pointed out that following the award by the Justice S. Obul Reddy Tribunal, employees of the RRBs had been granted pay scales on a par with nationalised commercial banks. However, later on, when the employees of the nationalised banks were granted pension, the staff of the RRBs were not granted pension parity. When the Rajasthan and Karnataka high courts, on petitions by the staff unions, directed the Centre to consider pension parity, the Centre filed a special leave petition against this direction in the Supreme Court in 2012. A Division Bench on Wednesday rejected the special leave petition and asked the government to allow pension to the staff of the RRBs within three months, with retrospective effect and without any conditions. Mr. Rajeevan noted that with this order the Union government now had no loophole not to allow pension parity (with nationalised bank staff) to the RRB staff. The verdict will benefit some 80,000 current employees of the 56 RRBs across the country as well as around 20,000 retired employees

Date : 2018-04-24 Time : 16:47:08 Name : sumit kr das Division : KMDO-2
More publicity should be made about this site,many are not aware of this.

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:36:43 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:36:39 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:36:34 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:36:28 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:36:21 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:36:17 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:36:13 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:36:09 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:35:57 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:35:51 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

Date : 2018-04-18 Time : 14:35:47 Name : Varaprasad Division : Secunderabad
NATUAL JUSTICE IS LOSING BY non pension optees only courts will solve the issue Some unionleader asked how many left over R.T.I IS well available for induan citizens

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