Bharatiya Telecom Employees Union
|Full name||Bharatiya Telecom Employees Union|
|Founded||1978 (BTEU), 2007 (ITEF)|
|Members||5,000 (in BSNL)|
|Affiliation||Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh|
|Key people||R.C. Pandy (General Secretary)|
|Office location||Khera Khurd, New Delhi|
Bharatiya Telecom Employees Union (translation: भारतीय दूरसंचार कर्मचारी संघ) is affiliated (industrial unionism wing of the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh working employees trade union organization in state-owned Telecommunications company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited in the Public Sector Units in India. The BMS founded its union BTEF in the year 1978. After formation of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited  Bharatiya Telecom Employees Federation renamed it as BTEU in the year 2007.
BMS elected Shri SVS Subramanyam as first All India General Secretary for BTEU BSNL. The Union itself claims to have more than 5000 thousand members after 8th Union membership verification in BSNL across India. According to provisional statistics from the Ministry of Labour, the BMS had a membership of 6,215,797 in 2002.
AIMS and OBJECTIVES:
- To render efficient service to the Nation
- To organize and unite the persons employed in BSNL promoting National Oriented Trade Union movement amongst the BSNL workers aimed at effective and efficient organization for prosperity and progress.
- To promote social, cultural, educational and economic upliftment of the members
- To safe guard and promote interests, rights and liberties of the members through peaceful bilateral settlement of problems where necessary through the Reconciliation machinery, to get redressal of grievance.
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