Registeration No. 9385

C/o: Bank Of India Bldg., Mahatma Gandhi Road, Fort., Mumbai, Pin: 400 023 | Date : 29/02/2024 | Day : Thursday | Office of the General Secretary : C/o Bank of india ,Bokaro Steel City Branch,E- 17, City Centre, Bokaro, Jharkhand. Pin-827004 E-Mail Address : Fedgensec@Gmail.com


AIBEA'S Clarion Call. March on to Nationwide General Strike on 26th Novemer 2020.


Join us on, Sunday 18th October,sharp at 11.00 AM for FOBOISU - President & Working President's Address on our ongoing agitional progaramme against management. Click on the above link to start the live telecast at 11.00 AM on Sunday 18th October.Please do not miss this important event..

It is learnt that the management has opened a special window till 31. 10. 2020 allowing those Award Staff who have not claimed reimbursement of petrol expenses in previous quarters to claim. It is further learnt from the management's instruction that those Award Staff who will not claim reimbursement of petrol expenses till 31. 10. 2020 will lapse. The grounds put forth by the management for such a step is stated to be Income Tax issue and also cumulative load of expenses in a quarter in which Award Staff will lodge claim thereof. Both are fallacious argument. Moreover, is our bank's financials are so fragile as to unable to bear the load in one quarter? Furthermore, The step taken by the management is motivated and designed to create confusion/ division among members.. let us not fall prey to divisive game of the management. The members have so far lodged strong protest by not lodging claim. As per data released by management more than 14000 Award Staffs have not claimed on the advice of the Federation. It is also to be noted that the management has now reacted to the protest lodged by the members. *Members are advised to wait for the decision of the Federation in the matter. We will communicate our decision within a couple of days. In the meantime, members are advised not to lodge claim.* We will collectively tackle the management's divisive game plan.

AIBEA's Call- Observe Anti Bank Privatisation Day on 14th Sept 2020. Follow guidelines as per circular.

Congratulations comrades, MoU for 11th Bipartite Settlement signed by UFBU on 22.07.2020. Wihin 90 days final Settlement will be completed.




SIXTH OF MAY 1951 is a red letter day for workman employees of Bank of India. A few pioneers of our predecessors namely, Com. G. N. Trikanand, Com. G. G. Dholakia, Com. V. M. Chitnis, Com. J. M. Vyas, Com. V. M. Devi, Com. Sushil Ghosh, Com. K. J. Joshep and a few others got together and resolved to form “The Federation of Bank of India Staff Unions” consisting of the unions of workman employees, as existing then, in Bank of India. They further resolved to build-up a strong ALL INDIA FEDERATION to fight against the atrocities of all powerful management of Bank of India. The three major unions of workman employees that came up by then at Bombay, Ahmedabad and Calcutta took the initiative to have its first General Council Meeting on 6th May, 1951 and formed the Federation. On this day, a humble beginning was made of a great journey. The newly formed Federation gave a call of continuous strike from 24th December, 1951 against the attacks of the management. The Federation simultaneously demanded defined conditions of service. While the strike was in progress, the management dismissed six of our leaders including Com. V. M. Chitnis. Workman Employees all over the country displayed rocklike unity and stood firmly behind the strike. The strike continued for 42 days. The concerted action forced the management to agree to the demands of the Federation and also the reinstatement of all six dismissed leaders. The sapling thus planted has now grown into a big banyan tree. With the growth and expansion of the Bank more and more workman employees joined the Bank's services all over the country. More and more of the Federation's affiliated units came into being. At present the Federation has 23 affiliated units covering all states and union territories in the country. As of now, the Federation represents about 85% of workman employees in Bank of India. This Federation is the only representative and recognized all India organization of workman Employees, under the banner of All India Bank Employees Association, in Bank of India. It is the sole voice of workman employees in the Bank.

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