Friday, January 31, 2014

2.5L techies eye VRO posts

All set for the exam on Feb 2
l Questions mostly to be on rural issues
l Time management key to success: Experts
l Mathematics, logical reasoning to be vital
  Arrangements have been made for the smooth conduct of the Village Revenue Officer (VRO) and Village Revenue Assistant (VRA) examination to be held on February 2. A total of 1,657 VRO and 4,305 VRA posts would be filled up through the exam, taking village as unit. More than 14.14 lakh candidates have applied for the two rural-oriented jobs, out of which over 13.13 lakh people taking VRO exam alone.
More than 1,550 candidates were found to have applied twice or thrice. Nearly 13 lakh candidates have already downloaded their hall tickets by Thursday evening which demonstrates the kind of seriousness and desperation of the unemployed youth to get the job.
The exam would be in two sessions: VRO-10 am to 12 noon and VRA- 3 pm to 5 pm on Sunday. The questions would be of multiple choice and there would be no negative marking.
Interestingly, more than 2.5 lakh candidates who applied for the VRO exam were from technical background- more precisely from engineering stream. This is also an indication of the job crunch for techies in the State as nearly 2 lakh B Tech and BE grads have been coming out with degrees annually. The number of engineering graduates who took the exam that was held for the same post in 2012 was around 1.75 lakh and it must have crossed 2.5 lakh now, according to official estimate.
Those who are having technical and science background have a natural advantage this time since 40 out of a total of 100 marks were allotted for questions on arithmetic ability (30) and logical skills (10). The syllabus of both the sections is not complex but candidates should go through the classes VI, VII, VIII syllabus to qualify this part of the exam.
Major part of the exam would be on general studies as 60 questions are to be framed on this topic which encompasses important events of 2012 regional, international and national. Social education, health, poverty and inflation are few topics which would be covered in the current affairs syllabus. Knowledge about important projects of the state, irrigation facilities, latest development in information technology, fuel resources etc. is to be studied.
“For VRO exam, society would be the syllabus. Government itself has stated that half of the questions- whether in science or humanities- would be on rural problems. It has specifically mentioned syllabus on rural environment and rural conditions. So, candidates must have thorough knowledge of village level issues- whether revenue, lands, schools, primary health centres, issuance of certificates etc,” Nutankanti Venkat, a Group I officer, who is also the Director of Sarathi IAS Study Circle, told The Hans India.
“The duties of VROs, VRA s amply speak about the nature of expected questions. If we know about them thoroughly, we can easily crack the exam,” Murali Krishna,  a senior revenue officer of Visakhapatnam district said.
The VRO is the focal point person of the government in a village. His or her responsibilities are multi-directional starting from revenue collection, land records to providing information to police and railway officials to implementation of welfare works and other assigned tasks like voter and Aadhaar cards enumeration etc.
Stating that time management would be utmost crucial to crack the exam, Venkat said- “In two hours, 100 questions should be attempted. Candidates should concentrate first on the area in which they should be familiar. For example, science and engineering background students can first attempt questions on arithmetic and logical reasoning and then shift to general studies,” Venkat suggested.
Though the APPSC has deferred many competitive examinations due to the ongoing social turbulence, VRO and VRA test is expected to pave the way for the conduct of some big tests like DSC.

--- Source- The Hans India

Dearness Allowance from January 2014 will be 100%

              The rate of Dearness Allowance from January 2014 has been now confirmed by just released AICPIN for the month of December 2013. Labour bureau has released the All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial workers for the month of December 2013 in its website www.Labour to day. The AICPIN for the month of December is very much required to finalize the percentage of DA to be increased for central government employees from January 2014.

             The CPI for Industrial workers is the only factor to determine the additional installment of DA to be released with effect from 01.01.2014, so we need to know the 12 months average of AICPIN from January 2013 to December 2013 to calculate the percentage of Dearness Allowance to be paid from January 2014. Gservants, in its article published on 30th August 2013, told that the Percentage of DA to be paid from January 2014 will be from 100% to 102% . With 7 months CPI points it was estimated that there would be 10% to 12% Hike from existing rate of 90%. The AICPIN for the month of November 2013 has almost confirmed the above estimate that it will not be less than 100%. Now the December months AICPIN confirmed that the rate of DA to be released from January 2014 will be exactly 100%. Even though there is a decrease in 4 points the rate of DA is 100%. The following table shows how the dearness allowance  has reached 100% level.

Base Year 2001    =100
Total of 12 Months
Twelve month Avarage
% of Increase Over  115.76 for DA
January 2013
Febraury 2013
March 2013
April 2013
May 2013
June 2013
July 2013
August 2013
September 2013
October 2013
November 2013
December 2013
 2786 232.16

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Central employees stir on February 12, 13

Kanpur: The Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers has called for a country wide stir on February 12 and 13 to highlight their demands.
K K N Kutty,  President of Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers
K K N Kutty, President of Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers
The conferderation had urged the Central government employees to participate in the 48-hour stir.
The major demands put forth by the confederation include merging dearness in basic salary, regularisation of temporary employees, review of salaries allowances and other.
Regional president of the confederation RN Parashar addressed two gatherings, one at Rail Mail Service (RMS) on Cantt side of the railway station and other at GPO on Bada Chauraha.
Parashar said that the national president of the confederation K K N Kutty and national general secretary M Krishnan had urged the Centre to accept their demands while staging demonstration on January 9 at Jantar Mantar in Delhi.
On January 10, the decision was reached to hold a two-day stir in which the employees of railways and defence establishments were also urged to join.
He mentioned that on Wednesday, the employees of Income Tax department, postal department and others will be urged to participate in the stir.

Nod to CBI probe bureaucrats violates equality clause of the Constitution: SC

New Delhi:The Supreme Court was Wednesday told that the law which makes it mandatory for CBI to take approval of competent authority to probe senior bureaucrats in graft cases creates a “privileged class” ofCentral government employees and violates equality clause of the Constitution.
CBI Director Ranjit Sinha
CBI Director Ranjit Sinha
Further, it was contended before the apex court that section 6A of the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946, which protects senior bureaucrats from being directly probed by the CBI destroy and run counter to the object and reasons of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.
A five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Justice RM Lodha, which is examining the validity of section 6A, was told that the CBI stand has also been contradictory in applying the questionable provision in trap cases.
Senior advocate Anil Divan, who is assisting the court as amicus curiae in the matter, said in some cases CBI has been of the view that there was no need of prior approval for investigating and interrogating senior bureaucrats in trap cases while in other instances the agency has been following compliance of section 6A.
Continuing his arguments along with advocate Ranvir Singh, Divan said, “The impugned provisions confer on the Central government unguided, unbridled and unfettered power and violate Article 14 – the equality clause.”
“The unfettered, unguided power conferred by the impugned provisions, thwart and throttle criminal investigation and are manifestly arbitrary, entirely perverse and patently unreasonable,” he submitted before a bench, also comprising justices A K Patnaik, S J Mukhopadhaya, Dipak Misra and F M I Kalifulla.
The senior advocate said there is already a protection given to government officials under section 197 of the CrPC under section 19 of PCA.
“Thus, before cognisance can be taken of offences under the PC Act or the IPC sanction of the Central government or the state government or the competent authority is a prerequisite. This protection for all officials is available,” he said.
“Further a privileged class of central employees is created,” Divan said and added that it must be noted that the protection offered by way of previous approval does not extend to official employees who are not employees of the Central government.
The protection under section 6A is also not extended to employees of the Central government below joint secretary rank and employees of joint secretary level and above in the states, and enquiry and investigation of offences which are not covered by the PCA, Divan said.
Other individuals including ministers, legislators and private sector employees are also not brought under the ambit of section 6A.
The apex court is hearing the petitions, first filed in 1997 by BJP leader Subramaninan Swamy and later in 2004 by an NGO  Centre for Public Interest Litigation (CPIL).
They contended that movement of criminal law gets affected due to presence of section 6A in the statute which was recently manifested in the 2G spectrum and coal blocks allocation scams.


All India Railwaymen’s Federation
(Estd. 1924)
Dated: January 9, 2014
The Secretary(Exp.),
Ministry of Finance,
(Government of India)
North Block,
New Delhi
Dear Sir,
Reg.: Merger of Dearness Allowance with Pay
On the persistent forceful demand of the Central Government employees, including Railwaymen, successive Central Pay Commissions were appointed by the Government of India with a view to improve upon wage structure and to grant parity with other employees of the Public Sector Undertakings in the wake of market inflation and price hike of essential commodities. These Pay Commissions, while recommending revised pay structure have also recommended grant of Dearness Allowance on the basis of increase in the Price Index.
The very purpose of compensating the pay with payment of Dearness Allowance is being defeated because of unbridled inflationary pressure on the economy and the consequent steep rise in the price of essential commodities.This has resulted in erosion of the value of the wage, remarkably beyond tolerable limit, as a consequence of which, payment of Dearness Allowance has failed to compensate devaluation of pay.
While Dearness Allowance was merged with the pay on crossing the percentage beyond 50% during V CPC as the actual value of wage devaluated because of market hike to compensate eroded value of the wages besides payment of Dearness Allowance, but this time Dearness Allowance, which has already gone beyond 80% w.e.f. 1st July, 2013, is yet to be merged with the pay.
It would, therefore, be quite appropriate and in the fitness of the thing that Dearness Allowance is merged with the pay for all purposes to compensate the erosion in the wage in the wake of market inflation and steep price hike of essential commodities which are posing serious constraints in the livelihood of the Govern employees in general and the low-paid employees in particular.
Yours faithfully,
(Shiva Gapal Mishra)
General Secretary
Source : AIRF

Proposed Revised Fixed Stationary Charges (FSC) issed


Wednesday, January 29, 2014

7th Pay Commission – AIRF urges for holding National Council (JCM) for finalisation of Terms of Reference of 7th Pay Commission

All India Railwaymen’s Federation
Dated: January 23, 2014
The Director(JCA) & Member Secretary,
National Council(JCM),
Government of India,
Department of Personnel & Training,
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions,
North Block,
New Delhi-110001

Dear Sir,
Sub: Holding of meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council(JCM) for finalization of Terms of Reference of VII CPC
In the meeting held on 24.10.2013, under the chairmanship of Secretary, DoP&T, to discuss the Terms of Reference for VII CPC, Secretary,National Council (JCM) (Staff Side), Shri Umraomal Purohit had demanded a meeting with the Secretary(EXP.) and DoP&T before finalization of Terms of Reference of VII CPC.
Despite elapsing a period of around three months, nothing has been heard in this regard.
We, therefore, request that an urgent meeting should be held with the Secretary(ExP.) and DoP&T for finalization of Terms of Reference of VII CPC.
Yours faithfully,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary




VRO/VRA Previous Question Papers 2012
           VRO   -    KEY      
      VRA   -     KEY

India has 37% of world's illiterate adults

India has by far the largest population of illiterate adults — 287 million or 37 per cent of the global total, said a report released on Wednesday.

The "EFA Global Monitoring Report, 2013-14: Teaching and Learning: Achieving quality for All", commissioned by the Unesco, said 10 countries (including India) account for 557 million or 72 per cent of the global population of illiterate adults.

"India's literacy rate rose from 48 per cent in 1991 to 63 per cent in 2006, (the latest year for which data was available), but population growth cancelled the gains. So there was no change in the number of illiterate adults," the report said.

Stressing the importance of "quality education", Unesco's New Delhi director Shigeru Aoyagi said India was facing a challenge of quality education.

"Though we have more than 99 per cent children in schools because of the Right to Education Act, the quality of education being imparted is a big challenge that should be addressed," he said.

"The most crucial agents of quality education and learning are teachers and students. Teachers are the most important element that can improve the quality of education," he said.

The report said that without attracting and adequately training enough teachers, the learning crisis will "last for several generations and hit the disadvantaged the hardest".

The report also said that a global learning crisis was costing governments $129 billion a year, and that 10 per cent of global spending on primary education was being lost on poor quality education that was failing to ensure that children learn.

"It leaves one in four young people in poor countries unable to read a single sentence, affecting one-third of young women in South and West Asia," it said.

The countries include Bhutan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.

At the report launch, Delhi education minister Manish Sisodia said it was essential to change the content in our textbooks, so that the "future generation is more aware" about the various issues prevalent in society.

"The country will not change with IIMs (Indian Institutes of Management) and IAS. It will only change from the classrooms," Sisodia said.

"There is no other option but to spend quality money on education, and make it a priority," he added.

- The Times of India

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Top ten famous quotes of Swami Vivekananda

1. 3 GOLDEN RULES from Swami Vivekananda

Who is Helping You, Don’t Forget them.

Who is Loving you, Don’t Hate them .

Who is Believing you, Don’t Cheat them.

2. Anything that makes you weak physically, intellectually and spiritually, reject as poison. Swami Vivekananda Motivational quote

3. Talk to yourself at  least  once in a Day.. Otherwise you may miss a meeting with an            EXCELLENT person in this World…

4. Relationships are more important than life , but it is important for those relationships to have life in them…. 

5. You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul. Swami-Vivekananda

6. Like me or Hate me,
both are in my favor,
If you like me I am in your Heart,
If you hate me I am in your mind. 

7. BY the study of different religions we find that in essence they are one. -

8. Where can we go to find God if we cannot see Him in our own hearts and in every living being.

9..Fill the brain with high thoughts, highest ideals place them day and night before you and out of that  will come great work.

10. Where can we go to find God if we cannot see Him in our own hearts and in every living being.

Natural Therapy For Headaches

Natural Therapy For Headaches !! In about 5 mins, your headache will go…….

The nose has a left and a right side.We use both to inhale and exhale.

Actually they are different. You’ll be able to feel the difference.

The right side represents the sun. The left side represents the moon.
During a headache, try to close your right nose and use your left nose to breathe.

In about 5 mins, your headache will go.

If you feel tired, just reverse, close your left nose and breathe through your right nose.

After a while, you will feel your mind is refreshed.

Right side belongs to ‘hot’, so it gets heated up easily. Left side belongs to ‘cold’.

Most females breathe with their left noses, so they get “cooled off” faster.

Most of the guys breathe with their right noses, they get worked up.

Do you notice, the moment you awake, which side breathes better? Left or right ?

If left is better, you will feel tired.
So, close your left nose and use your right nose for breathing..You will feel refreshed quickly.

Do you suffer from continual headaches? Try out this breathing therapy.

Close your right nose and breathe through your left nose. Your headaches will be gone.

Continued the exercise for one month.

Why not give it a try…..a natural therapy without medication. -

AIPEDEU Nomenclature changed as AIGDSU

AIPEDEU Nomenclature changed as AIGDSU

The Dept. of Posts issued orders vide letter No. 13-38/2000-SR dated 25th January, 2014 to change the Nomenclature of one union as "All India Gramin Dak Sevak Union" (AIGDSU).

Fundamental (First Amendment) Rules, 2014.

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New PAN card to cost Rs 105

New PAN cards issued by the income tax department will cost Rs 105, including taxes. 

The I-T department has recently notified new procedures for verifying personal and proprietary data of an individual or entity for allotment of new PAN cards. 

The step, sources said, has been taken in order to weed out the problem of fake or multiple Permanent Account Number(PAN) cards. 

"The cost of getting a new PAN card, including all taxes, is Rs 105. This service charge by-and-large has been kept unchanged. The new procedures of checking original documents for proving date of birth, address and identity have been brought in to check the complaints of fake PAN cards or multiple cards obtained by any entity," a senior I-T official said. 

From February 3, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has notified that individuals or others wanting PAN will have to furnish copies of proof of identity, address and date of birth attached with their application forms and they will be checked against their original documents when applications are submitted at PAN facilitation centres. 

While the original documents would be returned to applicants after on-the-spot verification, the applicant has to self-attest the photocopies. 

The I-T department, in a number of cases, has found a number of individuals possessing multiple PAN cards or forging details to evade taxes and create 'benami' properties. 

"The technology systems of the I-T department will now be made error-free and robust once PAN card data is entered as correctly as possible," the official said, adding that the new cards issued henceforth will feature the name and date of birth of the applicant and not the address details. 

PAN is a 10-digit alphanumeric number allotted by the I-T department to taxpayers.

Source:-The Times of India

Monday, January 27, 2014


How postmen, and their wives, may help set India's monetary policy
NEW DELHI: Global investors may well be putting their faith in postmen like Phanin Deka when they decide to buy or sell Indian assets in the future.
He is one of about a thousand post workers collecting data that determines the level of India's consumer price index, which is likely to become the central bank's most important tool for setting monetary policy.
Deka, a postmaster in Sarpara in the northeastern Indian state of Assam, spends 6 days every month visiting two villages by bicycle to collect prices from 15 shops.
"At times, some shopkeepers refuse to co-operate. I think they consider me as an irritant, particularly when customers are around," said Deka.
Last week, a committee formed by Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan proposed making CPI the central bank's main inflation measure and using it to set an inflation target, part of sweeping proposals to revamp monetary policy in a country that has long struggled with high inflation.
It would make CPI the most important data followed by the central bank and key in determining changes in interest rates that could affect millions of dollars in investments and loans.
For years, India has been an outlier among major economies by relying as its main inflation gauge on changes in wholesale prices, collected from India's cities. That was because the CPI was seen as too heavily geared to food prices, which are unresponsive to the ups and downs of interest rates because people have to eat.
There is a wide gap between wholesale and consumer inflation in India, so if the new set up is approved, economists expect higher interest rates for longer. In December, WPI inflation in Asia's third-largest economy was 6.16 percent and CPI was nearly 10 percent.
Using CPI as a benchmark eventually to bring inflation down to a targeted 4 percent, plus or minus 2 percent, would better reflect the way inflation affects the broader population, the committee argued.
However, the current CPI inflation series was launched only in 2012 and is based on nearly decade-old consumption patterns in a country of 1.25 billion people whose spending habits are changing fast. Average incomes have more than doubled over the same period.
It still measures changes in the cost of cassette tapes, while smartphones - fast becoming ubiquitous in India - are not included.
Power failures, worker strikes that shut shops and businesses, heavy rains and flooding, and even insurgencies all make the postal workers' data collection more difficult.
That leads to some guess work.
"Sometimes during the rainy season, I am unable to go out. Then I have no option but to fill in the prices of different items myself," said a postman in Guwahati in northeastern India, who declined to be identified.
"Usually I go to shops once or twice in two or three months to check price trends and fill in the price details myself by cross-checking with my wife," he said.
Arvind Mayaram, economic affairs secretary at the ministry of finance, acknowledged there are shortfalls in the consumer price index.
"CPI has a lot of imperfections," he told a TV channel last week. "We know that it requires a whole lot of sophistication, which we haven't achieved yet on determining CPI."
Houses and milk Consumption patterns between rural and urban India differ dramatically, and there is no data available on rural housing costs.
Food consumption, the key driver of persistent consumer price inflation, is changing as incomes grow, especially in rural areas. Indians now eat more protein, fresh fruits and vegetables, whereas in the past their diet was more based on cereals, rice and vegetables.
Statistics ministry officials say the data is fairly robust and comparable to international standards, but needs to be updated to reflect changing consumption habits.
Food is now about 50% of the index, the highest among the BRICS nations of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. That weighting will be brought down in a new CPI series, said TCA Anant, India's chief statistician. Clothing, now just under 5 percent of the basket, would also change, he said.
"There has been a decline in the share of food in the total expenditure, and within food there is shift from cereals to protein, eggs, milk and other items that need to be reflected in the index," he said. Food is a major source of inflation - about a third of fresh produce perishes before it reaches the shops - and is currently running at double digits.
Challenge India's postal service started in 2011 to collect price data for the statistics department.
Collecting quality information on roughly 300 index items is a challenge in such a large country, and some officials privately expressed doubt over the quality of price data collected by the postmen in village markets.
"A postman who cannot even timely deliver letters, you expect him to gather price data on hundreds of items?" said a senior official at the statistics department. "You can imagine what happens when a truck driver drives a Mercedes-Benz car."
Large swathes of rural northeastern and central India are essentially controlled by militants in long-running ethnic and Naxalite insurgencies, one of the more extreme factors making it difficult to gather data.
"Half of the month here businesses remain shut due to strikes called by various organizations or there are other problems related to militancy," said another postman, who also declined to be identified.
Pronab Sen, head of the National Statistical Commission and Anant's predecessor as India's chief statistician, said that until the CPI index builds long-term data, the central bank should use both the CPI and WPI to set monetary policy.
"If two indices are telling me two different stories, and I ignore one, then what I am doing is essentially, deliberately losing information, and any loss of information leads to lower quality of decision," said Sen.

Source : Times of India

How to Transfer Balance One Mobile to Other For All Leading Mobile

Every mobile user faces situation when he or she has to transfer balance from their phone to friend's phone or from friend's phone to their phone. So i am going to tell you how to transfer money or balance from one mobile to another for all top service providers (Airtel , Tata Docomo , Idea , and Vodafone). These are not hacks or some type of trick , these are the official ways to transfer balance from one mobile to other.

1 .  BSNL Balance Transfer Trick : 

                 Do the below steps for transfer balance  
                                              If you want to transfer balance in BSNL Prepaid then you can send only a message . For sending message you can type " Gift "  Friend BSNL Number then Amount and Send it to 53733 or 53738 .
                                            For example : If you want to send 50 Rs balance to 9034xxxxxx BSNL Prepaid Mobile Number then you can write it as : GIFT 9034XXXXXX 50 SEND TO 53733 .

2 . Vodafone Balance Transfer Trick : 

        Do the below steps for transfer balance 

                                           For Transfer Balance in Vodafone Number dial - *131*Amount*Amount Receiving Number
#   .

                                           For example : If you want to transfer 100Rs balance to 9034xxxxxx Vodafone mobile Number then you can dial it as : *131*100*9034xxxxxx# 

Note : For Transfer balance in Vodafone there is a charge which is upto 4Rs .  
3 . TATA DOCOMO Balance Transfer Trick :

Do the below steps for transfer balance 

                                         For Transfer Balance in TATA DOCOMO Mobile Number just simply send a message to - BT Friend TATA DOCOMO Number then  Amount and send it to 54321  .

                                         For example : If you want to transfer 100Rs balance to another TATA DOCOMO Mobile number which is 9034xxxxxx then simply send a message as you ahead : BT 9034XXXXXX 100  SEND TO 54321   .

NOTE : For Every Balance Transfer In TATA DOCOMO 1 Re is Cut As A Service Charge .

4 . IDEA Balance Transfer Trick :

            Do the below steps for transfer balance 

        Step 1 :                   For Transfer Balance in IDEA Mobile Number  just type a message - GIVE Friend IDEA Mobile Numberthen Amount and send it to 55567   .
       Step 2 :                   The other way to transfer balance in IDEA Mobile Number is just dial - *567*Amount Receiving Number* Amount#   .

       Step 1 :                   For example : If you want to transfer 50Rs balance to 9034xxxxxx IDEA Mobile Number by sending a message then you do it as : GIVE 9034XXXXXX 50 SEND TO 55567   .

      Step 2 :                   For example : If you want to transfer 70 Rs balance to 9034xxxxxx IDEA Mobile Number by Dialing number then you can do it as : *567*9034xxxxxx*70#       .

5 . AIRCEL Balance Transfer Trick :

              Do the below steps to transfer balance 

                                   For transfer balance in AIRCEL Mobile Number Just simply dial *122*666# and follow the instructions .

  Notes : 1. You can transfer amount only once a day .

 2. 1 Re cut as service charge .

3. Balance should be transfer only in between Prepaid Mobile Numbers .

4. AIRCEL users only can transfer 100 Rs at a time . 

6 . AIRTEL Balance Transfer Trick :

           Do the below steps to transfer balance 

           Step 1 :                    For transfer balance in AIRTEL Mobile Number just simply dial *141# an simply follow the instructions 

          Step 2 :                     For transfer balance In AIRTEL Mobile Number dial - *141*1*Amount*Friends AIRTEL Mobile Number#       .

                                          For example : If you want to transfer balance from your AIRTEL Number to another 50Rs and the number is 9034xxxxxx then you can do it as - dial *141*1*50*034xxxxxx#       .
Notes : 

1. The balance transfer only between the same mobile network for example : IDEA to IDEA only .

2. For any dialing or sending message number we are responsible . So, check all .

 3. Terms and Con

మొబైల్ ఫోన్ Balance వేరొక మొబైల్ ఫోన్ లోకి Transfer చేయండిలా

మీ స్నేహితులకో లేదా మీ ఇంట్లోవారికో మొబైల్ లో balance అయిపోయినపుడు మీ మొబైల్ లో balance transfer చేయాలనుకోన్నప్పుడు ( మీరు transfer చేయాల్సిన  మొబైల్ same నెట్వర్క్ లో వున్నప్పుడు ) ఈ క్రింది ఇవ్వబడిన సూచనలను అనుసరించి money transfer చేయవచ్చు .

Dial:*567*mobile number*Rs#(Transfer చేయాలనుకొన్న Amount)
Ex: *567 *9092 XXXXXX*100#
ఐడియా మొబైల్ లో Minimum Balance Rs.50
(లేదా)  SMS as mobile number Amount టైపు చేసి 55567 కి మెసేజ్ పంపాలి 
Ex: SMS as 1234567890 50

*141# నెంబర్‌కు డయల్ చేసి ఆపరేటర్ సూచనలు అనుసరిస్తూ వేరొక ఎయిర్‌టెల్ నెంబరకు బ్యాలన్స్‌ను క్షణాల్లో ట్రాన్స్‌ఫర్ చేసుకోవచ్చు.

*131*AMOUNT*Mobile Number#,

ఎయిర్‌సెల్ కస్టమర్ అయితే మొబైల్ నుంచి *122*666# నెంబర్‌కు డయల్ చేసి ఆపరేటర్ సూచనలు అనుసరిస్తూ వేరొక ఎయిర్‌సెల్ నెంబర్‌కు బ్యాలన్స్‌ను రూ.10 నుంచి రూ.100 వరకు ట్రాన్స్‌ఫర్ చేసుకోవచ్చు.

GIFTmobile number and send it to>> 53733
Ex: GIFT 50 to send Rs. 50 to 1234567890 (mobile number)

BT MOBILE NUMBER AMOUNT and send it to 54321
Ex: BT 8999994444 100ditions apply on every network .