DA payable to employees for the Quarter Nov 14 to Jan 15 shall be 732 slabs i.e. an increase of 49 slabs over the current level

In terms of clause 7 of the 9th Bipartite Settlement dated 27.04.2010 and clause 3 of the Joint Note dated 27.04.2010, the rate of Dearness Allowance payable to workmen and officer employees for the quarter November 2014 to January 2015 shall be 109.80% of ‘Pay’ against 102.45% of ‘Pay’ applicable for the previous quarter i.e. an increase of 49 slabs (7.35%). 

CLC(C) will hold conciliation proceedings at 11.30 a.m. on 05.11.2014 in Room No. 502, Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi

In the matter of All India Strike call given by UFBU for 12th November 2014 followed by Zonal Relay Strikes on 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th December 2014; CLC(Central) will hold conciliation proceedings at 11.30 a.m. on 05.11.2014 in Room No. 502, 5th floor, Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi.

Bank approved the Scheme for Compassionate Appointment to dependent family member of deceased employee/retired on medical ground

Board of the Bank approved the Scheme for Compassionate Appointment to a dependent family member of a deceased employee / employee retired on medical grounds due to incapacitation before reaching the age of 55 years.

For more details Click https://pnbnet.in/itc/2014/pad/circulars/2014/pad2014236.pdf

Bank issued fresh guidelines on Policy on consideration of transfer request of female employees/officers on compassionate ground

Bank issued fresh guidelines on Policy on consideration of transfer request of employees/officers on compassionate grounds.

For more details Click https://pnbnet.net.in/ps/notice/PAD-238.pdf

Staff Housing Loan limit raised to Rs.40 lacs for officers, Rs.24 lacs for clerks & Rs.16 lacs for substaff on 8% simple intt.

Staff Housing Loan limit raised to Rs.40 lacs for officers, Rs.24 lacs for clerks and Rs.16 lacs for substaff, on 8% simple interest. Loan amount is payble in 20 years for officers and in 25 years for award staff or 70 years of age whichever is earlier. 

For more details Click https://pnbnet.in/itc/2014/irmdla/circulars/2014/la2014123.pdf

UFBU decided to observe 1 day All India Strike on 12th November followed by Zonal Relay Strikes on 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th December

UFBU in its meeting held on 13th October at Bangluru decided to conduct rallies/demonstrations on 30th October in all state capitals and other centres, observe one day All India Strike on 12th November followed by Zonal Relay Strikes i.e. on 2nd December in Southern Zone, 3rd December in Nothern Zone, 4th December in Eastern Zone and 5th December in Western Zone followed by more strike actions including indefinite strike.

For more details click http://aipnbsf.org/files/C.%2021.pdf

On 26th Sept. IBA was reluctant to improve their offer of 11%, UFBU has decided to agitational programme including Strike action

On 26th September 2014, IBA was reluctant to improve their earlier offer of 11%. UFBU has decided to resort to agitational programme including Strike action. 

For more details Click http://aipnbsf.org/files/Circular%2020_2014_.pdf

We appeal all our members to donate one day wage by encashing their P/L to PM's Relief Fund to help the victims of flood in J&K

The details of the aftermath of the devastating flood that rocked the Jammu & Kashmir are pouring in causing alarming concern about the loss of life and property, grief and suffering of the citizens from Srinagar & other affected areas of the state and also of the tourists. Thousands of people have lost their lives; many have been separated from their near and dear ones. This national calamity is unprecedented in its devastation. This is an hour when every patriotic citizen shall not only express his concern but to do his bit to provide succour and relief to the suffering of the needy. It is in this tragic background that we should demonstrate our solidarity with the families which have been suffered.
All of us share in the grief of those who have been adversely affected. Even if we wish to personally help the victims cope with the crisis, limitations of time and difficult locations make this task seem prohibitive. The government and the security forces are doing their best in saving the lives and providing foods to the victims of the calamity.
 
The need of the hour is to offer solace to the bereaved survivors and to the families who lost their near and dear ones. We can reach to them through our prayers. We call upon all our members to donate at least their one day wage by encashing their Privilege Leave to Prime Minister’s Relief Fund, to help the affected people.