There are lot many queries every day from the aggrieved persons seeking appointments in banking industry with majority of them lacking the much needed relevant information in relation to the individual case and it becomes so difficult to give them some suitable advice. Unfortunately the guidelines given by the Government on the topic made applicable with effect from 5th August’2014 are cumbersomely grotesque full of confusion which gives a readily available handle to the bankers to come out with some excuse or the other facilitating a refusal on their part forgetting that some day themselves or their families too may have to go for it as the very Nature doesn’t spare any one. The interpretation the bankers are making out of the guidelines of the Government are aimed at saying a blank ‘No’ to any appointment on compassion. Why the approach should differ from the provisions for appointments on compassion which were obtaining in the industry much earlier. It is not the provision alone that satisfies the aggrieved family, what actually meets their need is the implementation of the scheme with a heart full of sympathy for the families who are stricken by grief and a mountain of the problem after their bread earner is no more. Respective unions and several others are working hard to secure necessary relief to the needy ones but it is all time taking. The spouse or other dependents in the aggrieved families should not wait from some thing to come out as a rain shower from the clouds, they should rather not keep quiet in the matter and continue their assertions till something tangible emerges following up their issues with no break. They are also advised to give full details of the case legibly clear so that it could be given a material shape for the purposes of following it up in a meaningful manner.