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BSNL 5G launching date: DCC will discuss on 5G trials, Great relief for BSNL at meeting on June 13th

BSNL 5G launching date: The Digital Communications Commission (DCC) will analyze the bsnl 5g testing and MTNL at the meeting of June 13

The DCC main decision-making body in the telecommunications department, is expected to discuss bsnl 5g launching date and aid for BSNL and MTNL during their June 13 meeting, according to sources. Government of India (BJP Government) plans to distribute 5G commercial services in major world markets by 2020.

BSNL 5G launching date: DCC will discuss on 5G trials, Great relief for BSNL at meeting on June 13th

The DCC telecommunications offices will analyze the 5G trials, the findings for BSNL and MTNL at the June 13 meeting

"The 5G DoT committee is ready to agree on test assignments at the nominal cost of 5,000 to 10,000 rupees in a band of 1 to 1.5 years, there should be no spectrum shortage during the tests," an official said. .

It is likely that the DCC will discuss an aid package for BSNL and MTNL before sending the proposal to the Council of Ministers, according to a source.

Both companies have also sought the specter of Internet 4G services through the infusion of government capital.

BSNL, which has the lowest debt of 14,000 million rupees among all telecommunications operators, has sought the 4G spectrum across India through the capital infusion of 7,000 crores. The total spectrum will cost the company 14,000 million rupees.

The energy supply units were also ill due to the high ratio of revenue and debts from two to a large number of public employees who were transferred from the Telecommunications Department until their training. BSNL has 1.76 employees throughout India and MTNL has 22,000 employees.

Both state-owned telecommunications companies should be considered a voluntary retirement plan for employees according to the Gujarat model. Under the Gujarat model, to get 35 salary days for each year of service.

The VRS scheme for BSNL and MTNL will have an impact on the crores of revenue.
The ratio between income and wages in the case of MTNL has increased to 90%, while in the case of BSNL it is between 60 and 70%. The DoT recommended that the VRS of both PSUs be financed through a 10-year bond and the bonds are repaid with the leasing proceeds they will get from the monetization of the land assets.

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