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Et news9

  1. 1. ET News (8 Nov’10 to 12 Nov’10) Neha Sahi MBA 2C
  2. 2. SBI employees to go on 2-day strike; demand wage hike •Employees of State Bank of India would go on 2-day nationwide strike on November 25 and 26. •Bank has the largest branch network employs around 2 lakh persons. •Strike is to push for demands including: oSalary hike oAdditional allowance oIncrease in pension
  3. 3. Contd.. •All India State Bank Officers’ Federation and All India State Bank Of India Staff Federation have been supporting demand including: oCommutation at par with the industry oFamily pension at par with the government oRevision of pension retirees.
  4. 4. 40 unemployed youth get job under SIDBI programme in Tricity •More than 30 workers and 40 unemployed youth in Mohali-Panchkula-Chandigarh tricity got employment under Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Financing & Development project. •Unemployed youth mobilized from rural areas on the outskirts of Tricity were trained successfully and placed in local MSME units.
  5. 5. Contd… •Sam Techno School & Access Consultancy Services have been roped in for these capacity building programmes. •Another 150 workers shall be trained under the project this year on various machining operations like oCad-Cam oProgramming oCNC operations.
  6. 6. Not made an offer of top job at Tata group, clarifies Nooyi •Indra Nooyi has not been made a job offer as Ratan Tata’s successor. •Nooyi is of view that if Ratan Tata offered her then it would be difficult for her to trade a great job for another great job.
  7. 7. Usha Thorat retires •Reserve Bank of India deputy governor Usha Thorat is retiring on 9 Nov, after spending 38 years. •Usha Thorat has been overseeing the departments of oBanking operations and development oBanking supervision oCurrency management oRural planning oCredit department oFinancing inclusion.
  8. 8. Contd.. •Anand Sinha, an executive director of RBI, will replace Ms. Thorat. •Whether Anand Sinha will handle the departments overseen by Ms. Thorat is not known.
  9. 9. Thank You

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