11 May 16, 09:18 AM
B Ganga Raju: Any communication that lends itself to multiple interpretations is a " bad" communication. For the authority which issues the communication and for those who have to understand it, the content must convey the same meaning. LIC C.O. letter of 5th May 2016 alongwith the instructions of 14th April to IT dept., can be
said to be a "classic example" of "bad communication." If only care was taken to append 2 or 3 worked examples it would have eliminated the strain to pensioners. It is said often that a doctor's prescription is best understood only by pharmacists or medical shop salesmen. In our case who are the pharmacists as the prescription is clumsy. LICPC may kindly publish a key to the said circular.
11 May 16, 09:50 AM
G. Narayanaswamy: The poor pensioner is like Alice in Wonderland, trying to understand the various facets of law touching on his pension and also how to calculate his IR as per CO circular.