- Why is BSNL bad?
- Is BSNL going to shut down?
- Why did BSNL shut down?
- Will BSNL shut down Quora?
- What is BSNL future?
- Is BSNL sold?
- Is BSNL JTO a gazetted officer?
- What happened to BSNL employees?
- Is BSNL making profit?
- Is BSNL employees not getting salary?
- Who is responsible for BSNL loss?
- Why do BSNL employees take VRS?
- Is BSNL dead?
Why is BSNL bad?
According to media reports, BSNL has been in trouble since the last 10 years due to poor government policies and delays in bringing new infrastructure.
The inferior infrastructure, as well as the company structure, have further resulted in this situation..
Is BSNL going to shut down?
New Delhi: There is no plan to shut down state-run telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd, Telecom secretary Anshu Prakash said on Friday. To be sure, BSNL’s operations are not all smooth. … For the first time in its history, BSNL delayed its February salaries.
Why did BSNL shut down?
In July 2017, BSNL had a cyber attack which affected south India, especially Karnataka, when a malware affected Telco’s broadband network using a modem having default passwords. … Later BSNL issued an advisory notice to its broadband customers, urging them to change their default router username and passwords.
Will BSNL shut down Quora?
Originally Answered: Will the government shut down BSNL? BSNL is not going to shut down.
What is BSNL future?
Eight months after the Centre announced a revival package, the plan is “yet to see the light of day,” the BSNL Employees Union (BSNLEU) has alleged. … The Rs 69,000 crore package, hailed as one to improve the fortunes of the debt-laden telecom operators, BSNL and MTNL, was announced in October last year.
Is BSNL sold?
The government has made it clear that telecom companies BSNL and MTNL will not be sold. It has instead suggested a four-way revival plan and Voluntary Resignation Solution (VRS) to cut cost. The companies will not get privatised says Sanjay Dhotre, MoS for communications.
Is BSNL JTO a gazetted officer?
BSNL JTO is not a gazetted post now. … So except some non-absorbed ITS officers (who are still continuing the deputation in BSNL),no officer in BSNL are gazetted now.
What happened to BSNL employees?
New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government’s bid to shed flab at public sector firms has got off to a positive start — more than 92,000 employees of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) have opted for the voluntary retirement scheme, making it among the most successful early retirement …
Is BSNL making profit?
BSNL has incurred a cumulative loss of Rs 17,645 crore between 2015-16 to 2017-18 and its loss in FY 2018-19 is pegged at over Rs 14,000 crore. The total loss of BSNL in the last four years has been pegged at close to Rs 32,000 crore.
Is BSNL employees not getting salary?
Even though the staff strength of BSNL has been reduced by half, the state-run company is not being able to pay timely salaries to employees. … “The contract workers in BSNL have not been paid wages for the past one year, as a result of which 12 contract workers have already committed suicide.
Who is responsible for BSNL loss?
In 2016-17, the loss was Rs 4,793 crore and in 2017-18, BSNL had an annual loss of Rs 7,992 crore. Employees fret that the loss is simply due to the policies of the consecutive central governments (the then United Progressive Alliance and current National Democratic Alliance).
Why do BSNL employees take VRS?
BSNL’s VRS 2019 is an attempt to reduce the workforce of the ailing state telecom enterprise. According to a report in The Economic Times, 75% of BSNL’s revenue is being spent on wages for its workforce, which constitutes 1.75 lakh employees. … The scheme is expected to help BSNL save Rs 7,000 crore in the wage bill.
Is BSNL dead?
The BSNL was incorporated in 2000, taking over the business of telecom services and network management from the former central government’s Department of Telecom Services and Telecom Operations. The organisation, since then, has slipped miserably and the central government seems to be in no mood to revive the company.