Thursday, July 5, 2012
Kindly go through the Dte’s order and expedite the submission of report to Prasar Bharati by the DDO / Director/ Head of Office regarding check off system of deduction of Rs.10/- from the members of ADP3. If any confusion arises, Please contact the ADP3 HQ. Thank you.
The Defaulting Kendras are :DDK Daltongunj,
HPT / PGF Indore.
Saturday, May 26, 2012
F. No. ADP3/Check Off/2012, Date: 15/05/2012
Doordarshan Kendra _________________
Subject: Regarding consent for the deduction of monthly subscription @ Rs. 10/- per month (Total = Rs. 120 per year) towards membership fees w.e.f the month of May 2012 i.e. Rs. 110/- for this financial year (May ’12 to March ’13 = 11 months)
Reference: Prasar Bharati Secretariat circular no. MISC-1/112/2011-PPC dated 26/04/2012
This is about the reference and subject cited above. The ADP3 unit of DDK ___________________ is hereby submitting a list of __________ members alongwith the Consent of the members (in original) for deduction of monthly subscription @ Rs. 10/- per month (Total = Rs. 120 per year) i.e. Rs. 110/- for this financial year (May ’12 to March ’13 = 11 months) towards membership fees w.e.f the month of May 2012 from the pay rolls in favour of the association.
The details are as follows:
Name of the Association : Association of Doordarshan Programme Production Personnel (ADP3)
(Registration No. S/IL/54011)
Registered Office at: Doordarshan Kendra Kolkata
18/3 Uday Shankar Sarani, Golf Green, Kolkata – 700 095, W.B.
Details of Bank Account:
Name of the Bank : State Bank of Mysore
Branch : Golf Green (40643)
A/c No. : 64053499078
IFS Code : SBMY 0040643
PAN No. : AACAA1692D
Kindly deduct the amount and deposit the same in the bank account, the details of which is given above. A line of confirmation to the local unit of ADP3 will be highly appreciated. Thanking you
ADP3, ___________________ Unit
Friday, April 27, 2012
Saturday, April 21, 2012
A two day National Convention and Seminar on the ‘Role of Doordarshan’ is started off today morning in New Delhi’s Press Club of India in a befitting manner. The seminar is being organized by Doordarshan Programme Production Personnel (ADP3). This is the only association for the programme personnel of India which is being started off in 2009.
Several eminent personalities from different walks of life participated in the 1st day’s session and shared their views on the occasion.
Speaking on the inaugural occasion Mr. Kiran Karnik who was the Managing Director and CEO of Discovery Networks in India and ex President of NASSCOM remembered his association for Krishi Darshan Programmes in the initial years of Doordarshan. He felt the urgency that policy makers should have clarity whether to allow Doordarshan to work as a commercial entity or remain as a Public service Broadcaster. Speaking on the emerging trends of private satellite channels he said Doordarshan cannot and should not become a copy of other channels. Referring to the debates in recent times whether we should have a public service broadcaster, he said that India do require a public service broadcaster on par with all other developed nations.
Shri Alok Mehta, Eminent Journalist and Editor of Out Look Magazine, speaking on the occasion felt that India’s view point could be understood by watching Doordarshan’s programmes. Referring the News of Doordarshan he said, so far there is no complain of any paid news in its news items which speaks of Doordarshan’s purity. He further said that Doordarshan is the only channel which is airing programmes all over India in different languages and dialects.
Speaking on the seminar Shri H K Dua Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) and senior-most journalists of the country said, in spite of several news channels beaming continuous news stories that do not carry real value of news content. The satellite channels present and air only glossy picture of India. But if you want to know what real India is, you should watch Doordarshan. Shri Dua expressed that Doordarshan can be a best medium to educate people and eradicate illiteracy through its educational programmes. He also emphasized Doordarshan should come forward to make more programmes on suppression of cast ism, communalism and superstitions to educate people across India.
Dr Narottam Puri a veteran sports personality and ENT Specialist speaking on the occasion, recollects his association with Doordarshan since 1959 during his young age. Dr Puri said that there is no dearth of talent in Doordarshan and said some of the programmes being produced by Doordarshan are unique and rich in content carry great value even today. Referring the changing trends in recent times he felt that Doordarshan should adopt more articulate and creative approach in making programme that suits today’s taste of general public.
Director General Doordarshan Shri Tripurari Sharan, IAS speaking on the occasion said, he is putting best efforts to give a shape to Doordarshan in a best way in the contemporary competition. He said Doordarshan is the only channel which posses the legacy of art and culture which is the essence of India. Being a programme production man and served in FTII, Pune he has a thourough knowledge of programme personnel difficulties while making programmes. He assured the association members present, that he will address all the persisting problems being neglected over the year and will address them on time bound manner.
Other speakers on the occasion are Dr S M Khan, Director General, Doordarshan News, Shri B M Bakshi, Director, Doordarshan, Delhi, Shri Rajendra Singh a Megasese Awardee and Social Worker, Dr M Wali, Physician and Social Communicator, Shri Raghu Thakur, Socialist also spoke on the occasion.
Earlier the ADP3 association president Shri Umesh Misra welcome all on this occasion. Around 150 delegates from all corners of India took part in the two day event.
The event began with a video film presentation which is an archive of Smt Indira Gandhi Ex-Prime Minister, showing a message that Doordarshan and All India Radio (AIR) should remain as two separate wings for smooth and professional independent functioning.
(Sukanta Sen Gupta)
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Friday, March 16, 2012
3rd National Convention and Seminar on "Role of Doordarshan as National Public Service Broadcaster" at New Delhi on 21 - 22 April 2012
Friday, February 24, 2012
No. ADPPP/DG/2012/ Date: 23.02.2012
The Chief Executive Officer
Broadcasting Corporation of India
2nd Floor PTI Bldg. Parliament Street
New Delhi - 110001.
Subject: Warm greetings
With warm greetings and a bucket full of season’s best fragrant flowers, this is to affirm that we, the members of Association of Doordarshan Programme Production Personnel (ADP3) - the only platform of Doordarshan Programme Wing, are overwhelmed with joy to WELCOME you as our new Chief Executive Officer.
The members of ADP3 started believing that the rays of new hopes shall wash away the agonies, anxieties, frustration and deprivation of long dark era of more than three decades. We heartily believe, the almighty will show you the right direction in the mammoth work of restructuring of Doordarshan with your kind, affectionate and father-like feelings towards the staff, originally belong to Doordarshan.
Once again, we, the members of ADP3, pray to the almighty for your good health, tranquil mind and always aspire to see you at the zenith of humanity.
(General Secretary)for & on behalf of all members of ADP3
Monday, January 9, 2012
Saturday, January 7, 2012
Good news for those who were receiving increment from Febrauary to June in the pre-revised pay scale
The representatives of affliated unions who attended the fourth national anomaly committee meeting held on 05.01.2012, have reported that Government has accepted the demand of staff side for grant of additional increment to the employees who were receiving increment from Febrauary to June in the pre-revised pay scale prior to implementation of sixth pay commission report.
This issue was pending decision for many years and it’s a goods news for the employees who did not receive any increment during the year 2006 after fixation of pay based sixth pay commission implemention with effect from 1.1.2006, for the reason that they did not complete 6 months from the date of fixation of pay, as on 1.7.2006 as per Rule 9 of CCS Revised Pay Rules 2008.
However, an employee whose increment falls on 1.1.2006 will get the increment on 1.1.2006 in the pre revised pay scale and will get the next increment in the revised pay structure oh 1.7.2006 i.e. on expiry of six months.
Similarly those, whose next increment is between 1st July 2006 and 1st December, 2006 were also granted next increment in the revised pay structure on 1.7.2006.
The modality to be adopted to rectify this anomaly will be issued by Government in the form of an order in the near future.