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Free Mobile Connection for BSNL Landline Customers

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Sachin Pilot Launches free Mobile Connection for BSNL Landline Customers free Home Calling Facility from Mobile

Shri Sachin Pilot, the Union Minister of state for Communications and Information Technology, today launched a Unique plan “PYARI JODI” combining Landline and Mobile Services of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), on the auspicious occasion of Diwali. Launching the promotional scheme, Shri Sachin Pilot said, “The aim of this promotional plan “PYARI JODI” is not only to boost mobile business of BSNL, but also arrest steep decline in the landline business. This is consistent with the role of BSNL as the truly national telecom provider with the core philosophy of connecting all parts of the nation”

The landline customers of BSNL can now take a free SIM card and can make unlimited free local calls to his/her landline/WLL number. In addition, the customers can also call two BSNL Local numbers at a reduced rate of 20p per minute and one BSNL number anywhere in India at a reduced rate of 30p per minute, without paying any additional monthly charges. On activation, customer will also get Rs.15 talk value, 1000 Local SMS, 1000 National SMS and 1000 MB data free.

The Minister said that BSNL has achieved substantial growth in mobile services by adding 22.89 lakh customers in August, 2010, 23.41 lakh customer in the month of September, 2010 and 25 lakh customers in the month of October, 2010. He directed BSNL on the occasion to maintain and even better the growth trends in the coming months also by introducing such attractive offers. He added that the quality of services offered by BSNL would continue to be closely monitored

The Minister has also launched special festive offers for BSNL 3G customers wherein all new 3G activation will get one week unlimited data download free in addition to normal freebies.

Source: PIB

Preparation of Common Seniority List (CSL) in the Grade of LDC of CSCS for the Select List year 1994 and 1995 - reg.

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Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi-3,
Dated, the 4thNovember 2010


Subject:   Preparation of Common Seniority List (CSL) in the Grade of LDC of CSCS for the Select List year 1994 and 1995 - reg.

           The undersigned is directed to say that the Common Seniority List (CSL) of LDCs of CSCS for Select List Year 1994 and 1995 are being finalized in terms of Section 6 of the Central Secretariat Clerical Service (Preparation of Common Seniority Lists) Regulations, 1971.

2. This Cadre Unit are requested to circulate the list among the LDCs concerned inviting objection/representations, if any, with regard to any factual inaccuracy and the order of placement in the list, which may be forwarded along with the comments of the cadre authorities to this Department for appropriate action. Cadre authorities are also requested to verify the correnctness of the particulars such as date of birth, date of regualr appointment to the grade, rank number (in the case of LDCEs) etc., of the officials in the list. If any name has been left out inadvertently, it may be brought to the notice of this Department with relevant details. The draft CSL may be seen/downloaded on the website of this Department i.e. :

Department of Personnel & Training
CS Division
Common Seniority List

4. The Cadre Units are requested that factual inaccuracies/deficiencies, if any, in the CSL of LDCs of CSCS for the Year 1994 and 1995 may be brought to the notice of this Department immediately, latest by 22.11.2010. If nothing is heard from any cadre by 22.11.2010, it will be presumed that there is no factual inaccuracy in the CSL and it will be finalized accordingly. Objections/representations received after 22.11.2010 will not be entertained. It is also requested that a copy of the latest Cadre Seniority List of LDCs may also be forwarded to this Department.

(J.Minz) Under Secretary to the Govt.of India


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