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Subject :Compassioate Ground appointment

News Dated: 2014-08-08

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Compassionate ground scheme on the lines of Cent.Govt. Scheme approved w....
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Subject :Com. Buran Murmu Amar Rahe

News Dated: 2014-08-07

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It is a matter of deep regret that Com. Buran Murmu, one of the dedicat....
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Subject :Compulsory working on Sundays and Holidays

News Dated: 2014-07-19

Letter addressed to CGM
We are fully aware, Sir, that our beloved institution is at the cross ro....
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Subject :Compassioate Ground appointment

News Dated: 2014-08-08

To all Comrades

Compassionate ground scheme on the lines of Cent.Govt. Scheme approved w.e.f 05.08.14 and IBA/All Banks. Details of the scheme follows shortly.

Asim Dutta (G.S)




Subject :Com. Buran Murmu Amar Rahe

News Dated: 2014-08-07

To all Comrades,

It is a matter of deep regret that Com. Buran Murmu, one of the dedicated leaders of our association who breathed his last on 07.08.2014. It is an irreparable loss to the association. Com.Murmu by dint of his dedication and devotion helped our Jharkhand Regional Council to attain majority status for years together. There is no denying that the vacuum created by the sad demise of Com.Murmu will be difficult to fill up in the coming days..Although Com. Murmu is no more with us, his devotion and commitment to the association will remain fresh in our memory for ever. May his departed soul rest in peace in Heavenly Abode.

Asim Dutta (G.S)




Subject :Compulsory working on Sundays and Holidays

News Dated: 2014-07-19

Letter addressed to CGM
We are fully aware, Sir, that our beloved institution is at the cross road demanding more than 100% efforts of the officers’ community in particular to bring our Bank out of the wood. So, we have advised all our members to render services to the optimum level during six days of the week in such a manner that customers are fully satisfied, growth of business of the Bank to a considerable extent is ensured, and the image of the institution is further brightened.

2.It is a fact,Sir, that the officers are really hard pressed to carry out day to day banking activities apart from some developmental works. They do not have any rest, recuperation, relaxation and leisure hours. Every day is a night mare for them. While at the apex level four officers’ union are trying to implement 5day banking, our Bank is trying to introduce 7day banking without any weekly off telling upon their heath and affecting their productivity immensely. The management appears to be concerned with the output of the officers like a robot. They are determined to go back to the pre- nationalization era, which no responsible trade union can accept.

3.It may not be irrelevant to draw your kind attention to the master circular No DBOD NO.LEG.BC.18/09.07.006/2011-12 dated 01.07.2011 issued by Reserve Bank of India which speaks as below .
“An employer must not compel an employee to work on a rest day except in the event of break down of machinery or plant or any other unforeseen emergency. For any rest day on which the employee is required to work, the employer should substitute some other rest day within 30 days after the original rest day. The employer should notify the employee of the arrangement within 48 hours after the employee is required to work’’.


In the above back drop, may we request you,Sir, to issue befitting instructions to all Regional heads not to compel any officer employee of the Region to compulsorily work on every Sunday and Holiday. Only in strict emergencies they may be requested to work on such days in line with the RBI circular quoted above.

Asim Dutta (G.S)




Subject :latest information about bipartite talks

News Dated: 2014-06-27

Today we had about half an hour meeting of UFBU with FM arranged by us through Com. D.RAJA MP CPI. A memorandum was submitted on our wage revision issue. Meeting was very cordial and FM assured to get details from the Banking Secretary and then take a view on the same.
Ashim Dutta (G.S)





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