Alok K. Roy & V.K. Tomar Re-Elected To Lead NCOA

Soon after winning, Alok Roy declares that this is his last stint in the NCOA

The high voltage election of National Confederation of Officers Association (NCOA), concluded today, i.e. on 12th September 2021, with Alok K. Roy and V. K. Tomar being reelected as President and Secretary General, respectively.

Soon after winning, Alok Roy declared that it would be his last stint in NCOA and he will work for smooth succession planning in the midst of tenure itself, considering the vital importance of NCOA in Present environment. NCOA, the National Forum of the Executives of CPSEs, represents cause of around 2.7 Lakh Public Sector Executives across the country, which is getting strength day by day as officers association of more than 125 CPSE’s, which are vital for Indian Economy, are affiliated with NCOA.

Alok K Roy has led the Officers Association of Indian Oil (country’s largest CPSE enterprise, 212th in Fortune Global List), as General Secretary since Jan 2012 and as President since 2016. V K Tomar has led MTNL Executive’s Association for decades and has been strengthening NCOA for past many years.

NCOA has been instrumental in raising the issues of vital importance of CPSEs including delay in appointing Chairman, PSEB, for timely appointments of Board Members, unfreezing of IDA, Privatisation of CPSEs, EPS95 Case and 3rd PRC implementation in those CPSEs where it has not been implemented.

Here is the complete list of the newly selected office-bearers of the NCOA

Office bearers of CPSEs attended the meeting, shown full faith & confidence in the leadership of NCOA to fight for the cause of Executives & CPSEs in this challenging environment.

The National General Council in it’s meeting held post election the following resolutions :

A. Protest by all CPSEs against the Partial IDA restoration, creating DA disparity & confusion in CPSEs

B. Demand to withdraw the Policy of Privatisation and cautions on Monetisation of Pubic Assets, which will be disastrous for Public to give National Assests for corporate monopoly

C. Demand to implement 3rd PRC, fully or partially where it has not been implemented

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