Vigilance Awareness Week concludes in Assam
The weeklong observance of Vigilance Awareness Week 2022 at NRL on the theme, ‘Corruption free India for a developed nation’ from October 31 to November 6 culminated on Monday.
NUMALIGARH: The weeklong observance of Vigilance Awareness Week 2022 at NRL on the theme, 'Corruption free India for a developed nation' from October 31 to November 6 culminated on Monday.
APDCL Chairman and former Chief Secretary, Government of Assam Jishnu Barua presided over the closing function as chief guest, which was attended by NRL MD B J Phukan; Director (Finance), Director Finance, NRL Indranil Mittra; Chief Vigilance Officer, Amit Saran, IRSME and NRL employees, their families and associated entities.
The chief guest in his speech congratulated NRL for adopting robust systems and procedures to combat corruption including achieving the status as top oil company in terms of procurement in GeM (Government E-marketplace) portal. Ethics, honesty, integrity and probity are difficult concepts to embrace and depend to a great extent on circumstances, family background and principles that have been inculcated over a period of time. Our country could add 1.5% GDP annually if its integrity index becomes comparable with those of Scandinavian countries that are least corrupt. As the organisation grows, vigilance should be value based one instead of one based on punitive action, he said.
NAMRUP: With a view to bring together all stakeholders in spreading the message of integrity in all spheres of life, Vigilance Awareness Week was observed in Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited, Namrup. A walkathon was organized to mark the occasion which was participated by the employees and other stakeholders of BVFCL, Namrup. The walkathon was flagged off by Dr. Siba Prasad Mohanty, Chairman and Managing Director, BVFCL, Namrup in presence of Subhash Chandra Das, Director Finance, BVFCL, R.N Singh, Assistant Commander, 171 BN, Namrup, members of Unions & JCO and other dignitaries. The walkathon started from BVFCL Gandhi Field and covered a distance of around 2 kms and culminated in the same Gandhi Field.