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vacancy in STATE BANK OF TRAVANCORE [FIREMEN]

November 10, 2011 Leave a comment


STATE BANK OF TRAVANCORE
(Associate of the State Bank Of India)
 HEAD OFFICE:THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
PERSONNELADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT
RECRUITMENT OF FIREMEN
Applicationsare invited from eligible male candidates for Appointment to the Post ofFiremen in subordinate cadre in our bank. The details of scale of pay,qualification, experience required etc are available at the banks website www.statebankoftravancore.com.The application should reach the Deputy General Manager (HR), SBT, PersonnelAdministration Department, Head Office, Poojappura, Trivandrum 695 012, on orbefore 15/11/2011 by 5.00PM
Thiruvananthapuram                                                                                  Sd/-
11thOctober, 2011.                                                              DeputyGeneral Manager (HR)


STATE BANK OF TRAVANCORE
(Associate of the State Bank Of India)

 HEAD OFFICE:THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

                                               
                                            RECRUITMENTOF FIREMEN                           11.10.2011
Applicationsare invited from eligible Male candidates for filling up the post of Firemen inthe scale of Rs.5850–200/4-6650-250/5-7900-300/4-9100-350/3-10150-400/3-11350in State Bank of Travancore. The details are given below: –
1. NUMBEROF VACANCIES: –
SC
ST
OBC
UR/GEN
Total
1
5
6
2. PAYAND ALLOWANCES: –
     The post carries the pay scale ofRs.5850-200/4-6650-250/5-7900-300/4-9100-350/3-10150-400/3-1350, with suchallowances that are admissible under State Bank of Travancore serviceregulations.
3. ELIGIBILITY:-
a. Citizenship:- The applicant must be a citizen of India.
b. Eligibility criterion: – (Ason 30/09/2011)
i.             Minimum10TH pass  from a recognizedboard or equivalent.  
ii.           Minimumthree months basic/elementary firemen course in fire fighting from NFSC or anyrecognized institute/defence service.
iii.          Preferencewill be given to experienced candidates like Ex- Fire Brigade/Home Guard/civildefence/Ex- servicemen.
c. Age Limit: –
i.             Notbelow 18 years  and not above 30 years ason 30/09/2011. 
ii.           UpperAge limit will be relaxed as under:
Category                                                            Age relaxation
Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe                     5 Years
Other Backward Classes                                      3 Years
Ex-Servicemen                                                     Actualperiod of service rendered in
                                                                            defence services + 3 years subject
                                                                            to maximum age limit of45 years.
4. Selection Procedure: – Theselection will be made based on the performance in: –
i.             APhysical fitness & aptitude test will be conducted for the applicants foundeligible on scrutiny of the applications. Those who do not get minimum Mark in the physical test will bedisqualified.
ii.           Thosewho are qualified in the physical fitness and aptitude test will be called foran interview.
iii.          Finalselection will be on the basis of total marks in physical and aptitude test andthe interview. 
5. Medical Examination: –
     The selected candidates have to undergo medical examination and shouldbe medically fit.  Those who are havingflat foot, knock-knee, squint eye, color blindness etc. will not beeligible   for recruitment.
6.LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATION: –
 
15th November 2011  5 Pm.
Application fee: – An examination fee of Rs.100/- is payable in the formof a crossed Bank draft drawn in favour of State bank of Travancore,Trivandrum. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/Ex-servicemen are exempted frompaying Examination fee. 
7.GENERALINSTRUCTIONS: –
i.             Theformat of the application form is given in Annexure. The application form canbe down loaded from Banks website (www.statebankoftravancore.com)and send to the Deputy General Manager (HR), SBT, Personnel AdministrationDepartment, Head office, Poojappura, Trivandrum – 695 012.
ii.           Thewords ‘APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF FIREMEN’ should be superscribed on the envelopecontaining the application.
iii.          Theexact date, time, place and venue for the tests/interview will be intimated tothe candidates through call letters.
iv.          Applicationsshould be sent through registered post only. No application will be received byhand or through private courier service.
v.           Theapplication should be filled by the candidates in their own handwriting, inHindi or English only.
vi.          Colouredphotograph (3.5 cms X 4.5 cms) of the applicant should be pasted at the spaceprovided in the application form with front view of the face without cap andsunglasses.
vii.         Applicationsmust be accompanied by:-
a.   Acrossed Bank draft for Rs.100/- in favour of State Bank of Travancore.
b.   Copiesof self attested educational, professional and Date of Birth certificates.
c.   Copiesof self attested SC/ST/OBC certificates in the prescribed format.
d.   Copyof discharge certificate for ex- servicemen.
e.   Onecolored photograph (3.4 cms X 4.5 cms) with clear front view of the facewithout sunglass and cap mentioning the name of candidate on the reverse sidein addition to the one pasted on the application.
f.    Twoself addressed envelopes (28 cms X 12 cms) each bearing postal stamp of Rs5/-dully affixed.
8. NOTES: –
i. Applicants called for the tests orInterview shall make their own arrangement for boarding, lodging and transport.
ii. Applicants called for tests orInterview will take part at their own risk. Bank will not be liable tocompensate the candidates in any way, incase they suffer any injury during outdoor skill test.
 iii. Candidates found to be having adversereport on their antecedents and characters are not eligible for recruitment.
iv. The decision of selectioncommittee on all matters relating to eligibility, place, venue, date, mode ofselection, acceptance or rejection of application will be final and binding onthe applicants.
v. An applicant serving under Govt,Public sector enterprise/undertaking will be considered for appointment onlyafter he furnishes a No Objection Certificate duly issued by the employer
vi. Canvassing in any form will bedisqualification.
                   Sd/-
 Deputy General Manager (HR)


Categories: BANK, sbt, VACANCY

DEARNESS ALLOWANCE INCREASE FOR BANKERS IS 41 SLABS [6.15%]

October 31, 2011 12 comments
DEARNESS ALLOWANCE INCREASE FOR BANKERS  FROM NOVEMBER,  2011 to January 2012





We have been projecting the DA for bank staff  on many occasions.  We have been on dot on number of occasions and our projections have been correct.  


In the month of August,  2011, we again received large number of mails, requesting us to again project DA for November 2011 to January, 2012 period.   In view of the large variation in inflation rates, we were reluctant as even Government of India and RBI have failed to project the inflation rate accurately even for one week or so.   


 Frequently they are forced to revised their projections.   However, still we took the gamble and based on the available data we projected the DA from November, 2011.  However, as there has been continued inflation, specially the food inflation in last few months, the CPI has shown unprecedented increase in recent years. 

Now CPI has been announced for three relevant months which is as follows:-
Month CPI
July 2011 4405.40
August 2011 4428.22
September, 2011 4496.70

Based on the above calculations the new DA will be @ 60.15%, for the months of November, December, 2011 and January, 2012   [The DA for October 2011 is  54.00%].  


We have conservatively estimated to be at 59.40%.  


There will be  increase of  41 slabs.   We give below the DA for November, 2011 onwards vis a vis existing DA, alongwith  the increase in DA at various levels of scales.  [As a matter of abundant caution, bankers must wait for final declaration of IBA and payments should be made as per bank circulars ] :-

A poll result on Bankers Expected D.A. for Nov 2011

October 26, 2011 Leave a comment
 Bankers are eagerly expecting Dearness Allowance for the month of November-2011, Viewers of this blog are requested to ignore the previous calculations predicted in this blog which iswrong i.e.[ likely to be 28.25 slabs hike in D.A. resulting to 4.24% hike ]. We apologize for publishing wrong news regarding the above said  issue.


Here is the new expected increase in the slabs

 THAT IS THERE WILL BE AN INCREASE BETWEEN 36 TO 39 SLABS FOR BANK & INSURANCE EMPLOYEES FOR NOVEMBER, 2011. 


How much slabs (1 slab = 0.15 %) of Dearness Allowance would you expect to increase for bank employees from November 2011?
This is the  poll is conducted by bankingonly

Likely Dearness Allowance for Bankers From Nov 2011 to Jan 2012

October 14, 2011 10 comments

WHAT IS THE LIKELY DEARNESS ALLOWANCE INCREASE FOR BANK OFFICERS FROM NOVEMBER, 2011 To JANUARY, 2012


 

  

In 2009 and 2010, we used to project  the likely increase in DA, and were always on dot.  However, we stopped the same for last few months as we could have gone wrong any time in future projections, and could be dubbed as speculators.    However, we have been receiving number of emails wherein our readers have wished that we should revive the same even at the risk of being wrong sometimes.  
 
   Therefore, we are once again projecting the DA that is likely to be payable from November, 2011.  Although, it is absolutely impossible to predict such things as inflation figures widely fluctuate and are released by government, yet as requested by our readers and based on the trends so far released, we give below our PROJECTIONS  for the DA.  However, we would like toCAUTION our readers that inflation, especially food inflation, has been fluctuating widely, and thus at this stage it is very difficult to predict the inflation rate.
 
   The exact increase for DA cannot be given at this stage as GOI has yet to announce the CPI for the month of September, 2011.   However, based on the CPI already announced for the month of July, 2011 and August, 2011, we are doing this guess work.   
 
The CPI announced so far  are as follows:-
 

Month
CPI
July, 2011
4405
August, 2011
4428
September, 2011
4428  (Projected)


 


 
There has been sharp increase in CPI in the month of July, 2011, and small increase in August, 2011.  Assuming that there will be no marginal increase in  CPI for August, 2011 the revised DA is likely to be around 59.40%, for the months of November, December, 2011 and January, 2012 (i.e. increase of 36 slabs).   [The present DA is  54.00% for the months of August, September and October, 2011].  The projected DA is as follows:


 

 

OFFICER STAFF:

Actual DA for 
Likely DA for 
Increase in DA
Officers
Aug., Sept., Oct.,  2011
Nov., Dec.,
2011 Jan.,  2012
Stage
Scale
Basic Pay
54.00%
59.40%
5.40%
DA Amount
 Payable
DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
1
I,II,III
14500
7830.00
8613.00
783.00
2
I,II,III
15100
8154.00
8969.40
815.40
3
I,II,III
15700
8478.00
9325.80
847.80
4
I,II,III
16300
8802.00
9682.20
880.20
5
I,II,III
16900
9126.00
10038.60
912.60
6
I,II,III
17500
9450.00
10395.00
945.00
7
I,II,III
18100
9774.00
10751.40
977.40
8
I,II,III
18700
10098.00
11107.80
1009.80
9
I,II,III
19400
10476.00
11523.60
1047.60
10
I,II,III
20100
10854.00
11939.40
1085.40
11
I,II,III
20900
11286.00
12414.60
1128.60
12
I,II,III
21700
11718.00
12889.80
1171.80
13
I,II,III
22500
12150.00
13365.00
1215.00
14
I,II,III
23300
12582.00
13840.20
1258.20
15
I,II,III
24100
13014.00
14315.40
1301.40
16
I,II,III
24900
13446.00
14790.60
1344.60
17
I,II,III
25700
13878.00
15265.80
1387.80
18
I,II,III
26500
14310.00
15741.00
1431.00
19
I,II,III
27300
14742.00
16216.20
1474.20
20
I,II,III
28100
15174.00
16691.40
1517.40
21
I,II,III
28900
15606.00
17166.60
1560.60
22
I,II,III
29700
16038.00
17641.80
1603.80
23
I,II,III
30600
16524.00
18176.40
1652.40
24
I,II,III
31500
17010.00
18711.00
1701.00
25
I,II,III
32400
17496.00
19245.60
1749.60
26
I,II,III
33300
17982.00
19780.20
1798.20
27
I,II,III
34200
18468.00
20314.80
1846.80
28
I,II,III
35100
18954.00
20849.40
1895.40
1
IV
30600
16524.00
18176.40
1652.40
2
IV
31500
17010.00
18711.00
1701.00
3
IV
32400
17496.00
19245.60
1749.60
4
IV
33300
17982.00
19780.20
1798.20
5
IV
34200
18468.00
20314.80
1846.80
6
IV
35200
19008.00
20908.80
1900.80
7
IV
36200
19548.00
21502.80
1954.80
1
V
36200
19548.00
21502.80
1954.80
2
V
37200
20088.00
22096.80
2008.80
3
V
38200
20628.00
22690.80
2062.80
4
V
39300
21222.00
23344.20
2122.20
5
V
40400
21816.00
23997.60
2181.60
1
VI
42000
22680.00
24948.00
2268.00
2
VI
43200
23328.00
25660.80
2332.80
3
VI
44400
23976.00
26373.60
2397.60
4
VI
45600
24624.00
27086.40
2462.40
5
VI
46800
25272.00
27799.20
2527.20
1
VII
46800
25272.00
27799.20
2527.20
2
VII
48100
25974.00
28571.40
2597.40
3
VII
49400
26676.00
29343.60
2667.60
4
VII
50700
27378.00
30115.80
2737.80
5
VII
52000
28080.00
30888.00
2808.00


 

WORKMAN STAFF :


 

Actual DA for 
Likely DA for 
Increase in DA
Aug., Sept., Oct.,  2011
Nov., Dec., 2011
Jan.,  2012
Stage
Post
Basic Pay
54.00%
59.40%
5.40%
DA Amount
 Payable
DA Amount
 Payable
DA Amount Payable
1
Clerk
7200
3888.00
4276.80
388.80
2
Clerk
7600
4104.00
4514.40
410.40
3
Clerk
8000
4320.00
4752.00
432.00
4
Clerk
8400
4536.00
4989.60
453.60
5
Clerk
8900
4806.00
5286.60
480.60
6
Clerk
9400
5076.00
5583.60
507.60
7
Clerk
9900
5346.00
5880.60
534.60
8
Clerk
10500
5670.00
6237.00
567.00
9
Clerk
11100
5994.00
6593.40
599.40
10
Clerk
11700
6318.00
6949.80
631.80
11
Clerk
12300
6642.00
7306.20
664.20
12
Clerk
13000
7020.00
7722.00
702.00
13
Clerk
13700
7398.00
8137.80
739.80
14
Clerk
14400
7776.00
8553.60
777.60
15
Clerk
15100
8154.00
8969.40
815.40
16
Clerk
15800
8532.00
9385.20
853.20
17
Clerk
16500
8910.00
9801.00
891.00
18
Clerk
17200
9288.00
10216.80
928.80
19
Clerk
18500
9990.00
10989.00
999.00
20
Clerk
19300
10422.00
11464.20
1042.20
21
Clerk
20100
10854.00
11939.40
1085.40
22
Clerk
20900
11286.00
12414.60
1128.60
23
Clerk
21700
11718.00
12889.80
1171.80
24
Clerk
22500
12150.00
13365.00
1215.00
25
Clerk
23300
12582.00
13840.20
1258.20
26
Clerk
24100
13014.00
14315.40
1301.40
27
Clerk
24900
13446.00
14790.60
1344.60
1
Sub-Staff
5850
3159.00
3474.90
315.90
2
Sub-Staff
6050
3267.00
3593.70
326.70
3
Sub-Staff
6250
3375.00
3712.50
337.50
4
Sub-Staff
6450
3483.00
3831.30
348.30
5
Sub-Staff
6650
3591.00
3950.10
359.10
6
Sub-Staff
6900
3726.00
4098.60
372.60
7
Sub-Staff
7150
3861.00
4247.10
386.10
8
Sub-Staff
7400
3996.00
4395.60
399.60
9
Sub-Staff
7650
4131.00
4544.10
413.10
10
Sub-Staff
7900
4266.00
4692.60
426.60
11
Sub-Staff
8200
4428.00
4870.80
442.80
12
Sub-Staff
8500
4590.00
5049.00
459.00
13
Sub-Staff
8800
4752.00
5227.20
475.20
14
Sub-Staff
9100
4914.00
5405.40
491.40
15
Sub-Staff
9450
5103.00
5613.30
510.30
16
Sub-Staff
9800
5292.00
5821.20
529.20
17
Sub-Staff
10150
5481.00
6029.10
548.10
18
Sub-Staff
10550
5697.00
6266.70
569.70
19
Sub-Staff
10950
5913.00
6504.30
591.30
20
Sub-Staff
11350
6129.00
6741.90
612.90
21
Sub-Staff
11750
6345.00
6979.50
634.50
22
Sub-Staff
12150
6561.00
7217.10
656.10
23
Sub-Staff
12550
6777.00
7454.70
677.70
24
Sub-Staff
12950
6993.00
7692.30
699.30
25
Sub-Staff
13350
7209.00
7929.90
720.90
26
Sub-Staff
13750
7425.00
8167.50
742.50
27
Sub-Staff
14150
7641.00
8405.10
764.10
Special Pay for Clerical & SubStaff
CTO-B (with passing powers)/SWO
500
270.00
297.00
27.00
Head Cashier II
780
421.20
463.32
42.12
Special Assistant
1180
637.20
700.92
63.72
All other existing Spl Pay holders
500
270.00
297.00
27.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Bill Collectors / Armed Guard
240
129.60
142.56
12.96
Daftary
340
183.60
201.96
18.36
Head Peon
4550
2457.00
2702.70
245.70
Head Messenger in IOB
1000
540.00
594.00
54.00
Electrician / AC Plant Helper
1250
675.00
742.50
67.50
Driver
1450
783.00
861.30
78.30
All other existing spl pay holders (substaff)
350
189.00
207.90
18.90
0.00
0.00
0.00
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 1 year
250
135.00
148.50
13.50
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 2 year
490
264.60
291.06
26.46
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 3 year
740
399.60
439.56
39.96
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 4 year
990
534.60
588.06
53.46
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 5 year
1230
664.20
730.62
66.42


Categories: BANK, BANK EMPLOYEES D.A., D.A.

Expected DA for Bank employees from November 2011.

October 1, 2011 36 comments

Based on the following calculation, the likely D.A. for Bank employees is likely to be 28.25 slabs hike in D.A. resulting to 4.24% hike.
Base 2001=100             Base 1960=100

Jul-11            193 Jul-11 4357.94
Aug-11          194 Aug11 4380.52
Sep-11           194 Sep-11 4380.52
Average        193.67     4372.99
Less merged points i.e.2836 1536.99
Total slabs 384.25
Increase over existing slabs 28.25
Coversion factor (%age increase) 4.24%
New DA 57.64%
(It may kindly be  taken as an
assumption only) 





Source –paycommissionupdate.blogspot.com

Categories: BANK, BANK EMPLOYEES D.A.

F.A.Q in IBA

September 26, 2011 Leave a comment

Q1.What criteria should be adopted to recognize courses like Nursing, Teacher Training
B.Ed for the purpose of grant of education loan and the fees to be considered for such
courses?

A. Teacher Training/Nursing/B.Ed.courses will be eligible for education loan provided the
training institutions are approved either by the Central Government or by State
Government and such courses should lead to Degree or Diploma course and not to
Certification course. The revised Model Educational Loan Scheme (2011) covers only
merit channel seats for these courses.

Banks have been considering study loans to students getting admissions to above
mentioned courses under management quota as part of model education loan scheme in
the past subject to the condition that the fee considered for assessment of loan was the fee
stipulated by the regulatory authority concerned for merit seats in the respective
colleges/institutions. The revised model scheme recognizes only merit based admissions.
As such any loan to a student admitted under management quota will be outside the
model scheme. Such loans will be governed by terms and conditions separately specified
by banks including security/collaterals which the bank may stipulate.
P.S: Operational guidelines contained in IBA Circular No.SB/Cir./10-21/3211dated
March 31, 2010 will stand withdrawn in the light of revision of the scheme

Q2.Can we consider request for education loan in respect of Nursing Colleges having
provisional approval/recognition?

A. The Indian Nursing Council gives permission to Nursing colleges to start new courses for
a period of 1 year which is renewed on a yearly basis. The practice of renewing the
permission is done on a year-to-year basis for both the existing nursing colleges as well
as the new nursing colleges. Banks could consider applications from student borrowers
seeking education loan for pursuing nursing courses in these institutions which are having
provisional approval / recognition.

Q3.How to deal with requests for sanction of collateral free loans to more than one
student from the same family? Is the collateral free limit of ` 4.0 lakh for a student or
for a family as whole for the purpose of the scheme.

A. Repayment of the education loan is based on the future earning potential of the student.
Going by the spirit of the scheme, limit of Rs 4.0 lakh collateral free loan is student
specific and not family specific. There is no restriction on giving a second or third
collateral free loan to other siblings when one of the siblings has already taken a
collateral free loan.

Q4. How to consider request from students who have to stay outside the college campus due
to non availability of hostel accommodation?

A. Banks could consider reasonable lodging and boarding expenses, for the purpose of
fixing loan limit under the scheme, in case the student is not in a position to get
allotment for hostel accommodation within the campus and is required to stay outside
the campus in private accommodation.

Q5. Whether the repayment period could be extended at the request of the borrower?

A. Extension of moratorium period or repayment beyond the time specified at the sanction
would amount to restructuring of the loan and will be governed by the RBI guidelines
on restructuring of advances. However, in case the student takes up higher studies
immediately upon completion of the course, the commencement of repayment would
get shifted to 6 months from employment or one year from completion of the course
whichever is earlier without treating the change as restructuring. This would be so
irrespective of whether the student had taken fresh/top up loan for higher studies or not.

Q6. Whether any incentive is available for girl students?

A. Banks generally provide 0.5% or more concession in interest rate to girl students
pursuing higher education in India and abroad. .

Q7. Whether request received for sanction of loan to meet partial cost of studying abroad can
be considered?

A. It is not uncommon for students to take up part-time jobs as permitted by the institutions
where they are studying to part fund their education. So they will not be taking loan for
meeting entire cost of studies(usually amount mentioned in I-20). Banks may sanction
loan for meeting part cost as requested by students in such cases

Q8. Can the bank consider request for loan received from NRIs?

A. Requests received from NRIs can be considered if student is Indian passport holder and
they meet other eligibility requirements. However, it would be necessary to accept as
security any collateral which is enforceable in India.

Q9. How the student will know whether the application for the loan has been
considered or rejected by the bank?

A. The bank should communicate to the student about the sanction of the loan in
writing. Similarly, whenever loan applications of student borrowers are rejected,
banks should invariably record the reasons for rejection by the bank.

Q10. Whether the means of the joint borrower has any relation to the sanctioning of the
loan to the student borrower?

A. Education loan is not sanctioned based on the means of joint borrower who is
usually a parent or guardian. For loans up to ` 4.00 lakhs, no collateral is taken.
For loans above ` 4.0 lakhs and up to ` 7.5 lakhs, the means of the joint borrower
will not be a factor if acceptable third party guarantee is offered. Also, security
offered for loans above ` 7.5 lakhs need not necessarily be belonging to the joint
borrower.

Q11. How to consider license courses like Aircraft Maintenance Engineering/ Pre Sea
training which are neither degree nor diploma, though such courses are approved
by authorities like DGCA without affiliating to any university for award of
degree?

A. The Aircraft Maintenance Engineering/ Pre Sea training courses must be either a
Degree Course recognized by a competent University or Diploma Course
recognized by appropriate State Body to be eligible for loan. The employability of
the students and employment potential of the courses selected has to be
considered while appraising the loan application.

Q12. Whether vocational / skill development study courses, off-campus courses and
on-site/partnership programmes are eligible for education loan under the IBA
Model Educational Loan Scheme
?

A. Vocational / skill development study courses, off-campus courses and onsite/partnership programmes are not eligible for loan under the IBA scheme.

Q13. What are the eligibility requirements in respect of Diploma / PG Diploma course
for financing under studies abroad ?

A. Only degree / post graduation diploma courses pursued abroad are eligible for
sanction of loan under the IBA scheme.

Q14. How to deal with cases where the joint borrower becomes defaulter after sanction
of education loan?

A. The student loan will not be affected by any change in asset classification of any
separate bank borrowing of the joint borrower.

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Dearness Allowance for workmen and officer employees in banks

September 26, 2011 Leave a comment
Payable for the Year Payable for the months Average CPI No. of slabs % of pay
2011  Aug Sept Oct  4276  360  54 
2011  May Jun Jul  4245  352  52.8 
2011  Feb Mar Apr  4169  333  49.95 
2010-11  Nov Dec Jan  4070  308  46.2 
2010  Aug Sept Oct  3926  272  40.8 
2010  May Jun Jul  3895.62  401  72.18 
2010  Feb Mar Apr  3819  382  68.76 
2009-10  Nov Dec Jan  3690  350  63 
2009  Aug Sep Oct  3454  291  52.38 
2009  May June July  3378  272  48.96 
2009  Feb Mar April  3370  270  48.6 
2008-09  Nov Dec Jan  3302  253  45.54 
2008  Aug Sep Oct  3172  221  39.78 
2008  May/Jun/July  3089  200  36 
2007-08  Feb/Mar/April  3056  192  34.56 
2007-08  Nov/Dec/Jan  3028  185  33.3 
2007  Aug/Sep/Oct  2944  164  29.52 
2006-07  May/Jun/Jul   2907.06  154  27.72 
2006-07  Feb/Mar/Apr  2898.84  152  27.36 
2006-07  Nov/Dec/Jan  2836  137  24.66 
2006  Aug/Sep/Oct  2768  120  21.6 
2006  May/Jun/Jul   2716.28  107  19.26 
2002   Feb/Mar/Apr   2312.17  157 
2002   May/Jun/Jul   2307.23  155 
2002   Aug/Sep/Oct   2346.67  161 
2002-2003   Nov/Dec/Jan   2391.05  174 
2003   Feb/Mar/Apr   2386.11  178 
2003   May/Jun/Jul   2400.9  177 
2003   Aug/Sep/Oct   2450.21  188 
2003-2004   Nov/Dec/Jan   2460.07  194 
2004   Feb/Mar/Apr   2474.86  198 
2004   May/Jun/Jul   2484.71  200 
2004   Aug/Sep/Oct   2524.15  205 
2004-2005   Nov/Dec/Jan   2578.38  220 
2005   Feb/Mar/Apr   2568.53  224 
2005   May/Jun/Jul   2588.25  226 
2005   Aug/Sep/Oct   2604  79  14.22 
2005-2006   Nov/Dec/Jan   2672.05  93  16.73 
2006  Feb/Mar/Apr  2711.5  106  19.08 
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