Hyderabad 11 December 2011 (Hyderabad Deccan News) : Union bank of India VRS staff welfare association is a Registered association consisting of about 151 members who have taken voluntary retirement from Union bank of India in the year 2001.
On completion of a decade of retired life they have conducted their central committee meeting at hotel Taj Mahal, Narayan Guda Hyderabad to launch their new logo and to discuss various issues regarding the pensioners viz, the 100% neutralisation of DA, Automatic updation of pension, medical and other belefits etc.
The association is engaged in various social and cultural activities.
Mr Yegnanarayana, president and Mr. P.C Veerraju general secretary have conducted the proceedings.
The New logo designed by Mr. MSN Murthy who is one of the member of the association and was launched on completion of the decade. Momentous were given to all the members.
They have discussed future plans of action for the betterment of conditions for bank retires and various other social welfare activities.
Union bank of India VRS staff welfare associations future plans for the betterment of retires
|compliments to entire team,i will happy to do any thing for such a noble cause.-rdgera retired in 2001 vrs from union bank delhi|
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