BSNL Karnataka and BSNL Chennai – The Fastest Growing Telecom Circles

BSNL LogoBharat Sanchar Nigam Limited BSNL ) announced the Telecom Circle of the Year Awards for its key performing territorial circles, based on their revenue performance for the Financial Year 2010-11.

Three categories have been identified as:

  • [advt]Category 1: Circle with an annual revenue of more than Rs.2000 crore
  • Category 2: Circle with an annual revenue between Rs.1000-Rs.2000 crore
  • Category 3: Circle with an annual revenue up to Rs.1000 crore

Karnataka Telecom Circle and & Chennai Telephone District won awards in Category 1 and 2 respectively. Orissa Telecom Circle and Himachal Pradesh Telecom Circles won the award in Category 3. The percentage revenue growth over the previous financial year is the key performance parameter for the judgment of the circle of the year under each of the above three categories.

The awards were given away by Hon’ble Minister for Communications & IT and Human Resources Development Shri Kapil Sibal in the august presence of Hon’ble MOS for Communications &IT and Home Affairs Shri Gurudas Kamat , Hon’ble MOS for Communications & IT Shri Sachin Pilot and Chairman Telecom Commission & Secretary Dept. of Telecom, Shri R. Chandrashekhar.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri. R. K. Upadhyay, Chairman & Managing Director, BSNL said ,

“First of all, I would like to congratulate all the winners for their spectacular performance in the year gone by. Most importantly turning around Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd to its former glory is the top priority We have to maximize our revenues from the existing levels. Then, there are a whole lot of business opportunities available in the market to tap. With the kind of reach BSNL has, it should not be very difficult to get a major share in the business. These awards have been conferred to identify our key performing circles and to inculcate a sense of competition among circles to try & win this award next year. Also it gives a chance for existing circles to compete in a higher category than the one in which they are present currently.”

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