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All India Reserve Bank Officers' Association, Bangalore.

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UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL

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Our mission is to promote the interests of our Association  and strengthen our Institution which we are proud to belong. We call upon all Officers to continue to maintain high standards of efficiency and dedication in keeping with the prestigious image of
Reserve Bank of India.
 
Extract from our Bye-Laws
 

 

 

To organise and unite Officers of Reserve Bank of India and to foster good relationship with the Bank.

 

To foster a spirit of Co-operation, camaraderie among the members of the Association.

 

To promote among the members a spirit of efficient and expeditious service to the public and loyalty to the Bank and to maintain a high standard of efficiency, discipline and integrity.

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The Central Executive Committee meeting and the Conference  of AIRBOA was held in Pune  from 20th October 2011 to 23rd  Oct 2011   Delegates/Observers from all offices of the Bank participated in the Conference. Members desirous of getting updates may mail us at airboa.bng@gmail.com. The meeting was inaugurated by Shri Sandip Ghose, Chief General Manager, HRMD, CO. Shri Madan Khadgi was unanimously elected President in place of Shri Satish Sawant who is retiring in Jan 2012.  

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Settlements in the Banking Industry.

 

First Bi-Partite Settlement Dated 19.10.1966

The collective bargaining in the industries took deep roots in the country and this resulted in the bilateral relationship between management and the union as an alternative to compulsory adjudication by the tribunals.

The Government of India encouraged employers represented by Indian Banks’ Association and employees represented by All India Bank Employees Association and the All India Bank Employees Federation to have direct talks and arrive at a settlement. The first settlement was signed on 19th October 1966 which was hailed as a historical landmark for the development of bilateral relationship in banking industry and this was in force for a period of 3 years till 31.12.1968.

Second Bi-Partite Settlement Dated 12.10.1970

The Second Bi-Partite Settlement was signed on 12.10.1979 between AIBEA represent majority of the bank employees and the IBA representing the employers. This was in operation for 3 years till 31.12.1973.

Third Bi-Partite Settlement Dated 1.9.1978

Though the Second Bi-Partite Settlement came to an end on 31.12.1973 an emergency was proclaimed in India in 1974 and hence negotiations would not take place during the time of emergency. In 1977 the emergency was lifted and the Third Bi-Partite talks were resumed. This time the State Bank of India also joined the IBA and their majority of the workmen belonging to another union called National Confederation of Bank Employees (NCBE) also participated in the discussion. The IBA had also talks with another two unions namely National Organisation of Bank Workers (NOBW) and Indian National Bank Employees Congress (INBEC). The Third Bi-Partite Settlement was signed on 1.7.1978 and was in operation till 31.08.1982. Certain specific issues regarding computerisation could not be settled in the Third Bi-Partite Settlement and it was decided to refer certain specific issues to the Board of Arbitrators. Again a question was raised as to the authority of the Arbitration Board and it was dissolved on 11.05.1981. IBA insisted that the unresolved issues would be referred for adjudication along with the charter of demands of the Fourth Bi-Partite Settlement. The unions were against adjudication, as it would lead to unnecessary and unending legal complications. Finally a settlement was reached on 8.9.1983 mainly on the use of computers in the banking sector.

Fourth Bi-Partite Settlement Dated 17.09.1984

Immediately after the settlement on 8.9.1983 discussions were held between IBA, AIBEA and NCBE. This time IBA also presented a charter of demands on the unions mainly on productivity and better customer service and a settlement was reached on 17.09.1984 and the operation of the settlement was given retrospective effect from 1.7.1983. This settlement was in force for a period of 4 years till 30.06.1987.

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President/Secretary
AIRBOA
Bangalore
email: airboa.bng@gmail.com
               
                              (Regd. No. BY-II-8861 under Trade Unions' Act 1926)
 
 
 
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