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13 Apr, 2021
 After the wage revision under 11th Bipartite Settlement, the amount of Family Pension, Minimum
Pension and Pension for part time employees have to be revised. In the 11th BP Settlement, it has
been agreed that subject to approval by the Government, Family Pension would be payable at the
uniform rate of 30% and without any ceiling (as against existing 30%, 20% and 15% with ceilings).
This has been duly taken up by the IBA with the Government and is under active consideration of the
Government. The approval of the same is awaited.
08 Apr, 2021
All our unions are aware of the UFBU’s call to continue and intensify our
national campaign against the Government’s proposal to privatise public
sector Banks. Our General Council meeting has given the clarion call to all
of us to implement the programme successfully.
01 Apr, 2021
UFBU Circular: “ In our earlier Circular dated 22-3-2021, we have conveyed the
decisions of our UFBU meeting held at Kolkata on 22-3-2021 to continue our struggle
against the proposed move of the Government to privatise Public Sector Banks. Even
though the Budget Session of the Parliament has ended, it is necessary that we must
continue our campaign to muster more and more support to our demand. Similarly, we
must also prepare our members for further intensified actions looking to developments
from the government side.
23 Mar, 2021
Meeting of the UFBU was held at Kolkata today, in the aftermath
of our successful strike on 15th and 16th March, 2021 against the decision of the Government to privatise
public sector banks and against the retrograde banking reforms.
Congratulations: The meeting conveyed its congratulations and greetings to all the constituent unions
and all our members all over the country for making the strike a massive success with unprecedented and
enthusiastic participation of the rank and file. The meeting was appreciative of the determination
exhibited by the employees and officers manifesting their unequivocal objection to the decision to
privatise public sector banks.
09 Feb, 2021
 Ever since the launching of the agitation by the farmers against the farm laws enacted by
the Central Government, we have been supporting their struggle and demands.
We extended our support to their All India Bandh programme on 8th December, 2020
through Badge wearing, placards display, participation in demonstrations, twitter
campaign, etc. We gave the call for Skip your Lunch programme on 24th December, 2020.
02 Feb, 2021
 Our unions and members will recall that under the 10th Bipartite Settlement signed with
IBA on 25-5-2015, one more stagnation increment, i.e. 8 th Stagnation Increment was
introduced and it was agreed and accordingly provided that the same would be payable
from 1-5-2015. The cost for the same was also accordingly provided out of the total
agreed cost.
01 Feb, 2021
Joint Circular National protest day on 3rd February 2021
The Meeting of the Joint Platform of Central Trade Unions and Independent Sectoral Federations held on
22nd January 2021 at New Delhi discussed at length the prevailing situation and challenges before the trade
union movement and the future course of activities and agitations in the aftermath of the successful
countrywide general strike of 26th November 2020 against the anti-people, anti-worker and anti-national
policies of the Government at the centre.
20 Jan, 2021
 All of us are observing that the Government is remaining adamant to the demands of the
farmers and hence the struggle of the farmers continues. Even in the latest round of
negotiations with the farmers’ representatives, the Government has shown their inflexible
approach. Hence the farmers have decided to intensify their agitation.
20 Jan, 2021
 Comrades, you will agree with us that running a organization is a mammoth task
and it also needs huge funds to maintain such a big organization. Normally AIBEA
do not believe in collections but it is a tradition that AIBEA collects levy at a
nominal rate from the comrades when they are paid arrears. Accordingly, this time
also we request the Unit Secretaries and Presidents to collect Levy @ 4% of Net
arrears payable, after deducting Provident Fund Contribution but before deducing
income tax. We are proud of UCO Bank Comrades, who are always ahead in
implementing each and every call of AIBEA. It is sacred duty of all of you to pay levy
@ 4%. Office Bearers and CC Members have special responsibility to ensure that
levy from each and every member in their area is collected as per guidelines given
in this circular.
23 Dec, 2020
  • In Solidarity with the agitating Farmers
  • In Support of their Relay Hunger Strike
19 Dec, 2020
We have issued the following Press Statement from AIBEA expressing our support to
the struggle of the agitating farmers.
AIBEA supports the demands of the farmers & AIKSCC
AIBEA extends its solidarity with the struggling farmers
AIBEA urges upon the Government to resolve their demands
03 Dec, 2020
 We convey our greetings and congratulations to all our unions and entire
membership of AIBEA for making today’s Strike a grand success. Reports
have been received by us from various State Federations and base unions
about the enthusiastic participation of our members in the strike. In most
of the places the normal banking operations were affected.
21 Nov, 2020
 As all our unions are by now aware that in the 11th Bipartite Settlement, various improvements have been secured. Amongst these improvements, securing one more Stagnation Increment (9th) is an important achievement because this would help senior employees in senior clerical staff and subordinate staff who are on the verge of their retirement.
19 Nov, 2020
 1. 29 Banks – 12 PSBs, 8 Private Banks & 9 Foreign Banks covered by this
2. 5 lacs workmen employee covered under this Settlement
3. It will effective November, 2017 to October, 2022
4. Total cost of annual wage revision/increase – Rs. 3385 crores for workmen
5. Officers : Rs. 4513 cr + workmen Rs. 3385 cr – Total wage hike Rs. 7898 cr.
6. It comes to 15% increase on cost of payslip components as on 31-3-2017
16 Nov, 2020
 AIBEA commenced its journey in 1946 and we are now in the 75th year of our beloved organisation. During the course of this long arduous journey, improving the economic conditions of the bank employees, securing better wages and secured service conditions have been a constant agenda before AIBEA.
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