Elections 2015 Announced 9th Triennial Conference (26th General Body Meeting) of ABOA Unit SBT on the 19th and 20th of Sept 2015 at Thiruvananthapuram LONG AWAITED SALARY REVISION FINALLY SETTLED !! GR Jayakrishnan Takes over as the new General Secretary. Xth Bipartite Serttlement - Joint Note signed
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ABOA Unit SBT founded on 26th November 1967, ABOA Travancore Unit has emerged as a strong Officers’ Trade Union in Kerala and a pride Unit of ABOA. It is the only recognised Association for the entire membership of more than 4000 members in the State Bank of Travancore. The Unit consists of 12 Office Bearers and 41 Managing Committee Members including a nominated lady representative. While Vice-President, General Secretary and Organising Secretary are placed at the Head Quarters of the Bank the President and Treasurer are attached to the Zonal Office, Thiruvananthapruam. The 7 Secretaries are placed at the Zonal Offices/DGM headed Regions of the Bank. All the Office Bearers and the Managing Committee Members constitute the Unit’s Managing Committee.

We have a publication division and a quarterly publication named ‘Connecting Link’ which is a well accepted magazine at all India level in the banking circles. The Zonal Secretaries in each region have independent offices provided by the Bank. The Central Office is situated at BNI Buildings, Statue, Thiruvananthapuram which is just in front of the Govt.Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram. The unit has organized various training programmes for the membership.


Latest News
Triennial Conference
03/08/2015
9th Triennial Conference (26th General Body Meeting) of ABOA Unit SBT on the 19th and 20th of Sept 2015 at Thiruvananthapuram Reception Committee formed
ELECTIONS – 2015
28/06/2015
Elections 2015 announced.
Com G R Jayakrishnan takes charge as the new General secretary.
26/05/2015
Consequent to the resignation of Com C Rajkumar due to his promotion to Scale 5, Com G R Jayakrishnan was unanimously coopted as the new General Secretary, at the Managing Committee Meeting held at Trivandrum on 24th and 25th May 2015.
XTH BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT
25/05/2015
Joint note 2015 signed. Uploaded in Circulars page
COST SHEET/ DISTRIBUTION SHEET FOR OFFICERS UNDER 10TH BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT SIGNED
21/05/2015
Scales Of Pay: Scale I - 23700 980 30560 1145 32850 1310 42020 7 2 7 Scale II - 31705 1145 32850 1310 45950 1 10 Scale III - 42020 1310 48570 1460 51490 5 2 Scale IV - 50030 1460 55870 1650 59170 4 2 Scale V - 59170 1650 62470 1800 66070 2 2 Scale VI - 68680 1960 76520 4 Scale VII - 76520 2120 85000
Bipartite - ABOA & Corporate Office
25/01/2015
Housing Loan 60 lakhs repayment upto 75 years OD to all officers after 2 years of confirmation Vehicle Loan to all officers Sabatical leave to Widowers and Divorcees
LONG AWAITED SALARY REVISION FINALLY SETTLED !!
23/02/2015
Some of the salient features of the settlement are as under: 1. The wage revision will be effective from 01.11.2012. 2. The annual wage increase in salary and allowances @ 15% which works out to Rs. 4725 crores on salary slip components. 3. The new scales will be constructed after merging dearness allowance corresponding 4440 points as on November 2011, which works out to 60.15% and adding a load factor of 2% on Basic pay plus Dearness Allowance as on 31st March 2012 amounting to around Rs. 597 crores. 4. Distribution of annual wage increase between Workmen Unions and Officers’ Associations will be worked separately based on breakup of establishment expenses as on 31.03.2012. 5. Every second and fourth Saturday of the month will be a holiday and other Saturdays will be full working days.

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