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NMDC concludes Vigilance Awareness Week 2021

NMDC concludes Vigilance Awareness Week 2021

NMDC concludes Vigilance Awareness Week 2021

NMDC concludes Vigilance Awareness Week 2021 – Hyderabad: NMDC noticed the Vigilance Awareness Week – 2021 (VAW-2021) which finished up today with valedictory capacity at its Head Office and all ventures. The Navratna PSU noticed the Vigilance Awareness Week from 26.10.2021 to 01.11.2021 on the subject “Free India @75: Self Reliance with Integrity”, according to the orders of the Central Vigilance Commission.

Chief Guest Shri Sumit Deb, CMD, NMDC; Shri Somnath Nandi, Director (Technical); Shri Dilip Kumar Mohanty, Director (Production); Senior Officers from Head Office and R&D were available at the event.

During the awareness week, NMDC coordinated different contests specifically Quiz, Slogan Writing, Elocution and Essay Writing for its representatives. The organization likewise directed a meeting on ‘Corporate Governance – Leveraging Technology and Whistle Blower Mechanism’ with Dr Praveen Kumari Singh, Additional Secretary, Central Vigilance Commission conveying the Keynote Address. Different mindfulness and refinement programs were likewise during the week.

NMDC directed a few occasions keeping up with COVID convention for students at not many schools/universities as a part of effort movement to masses and making awareness on Vigilant India for moving towards confidence with Integrity.

The champs of the rivalries were given the prizes by the Chief Guest Shri Sumit Deb, CMD and Shri Somnath Nandi, Director (Technical); Shri Dilip Kumar Mohanty, Director (Production) during the Valedictory Function.

Talking on the event, Shri Sumit Deb said that associations should continually plan to accomplish more prominent directness in their activities. He likewise said, “NMDC’s computerized change is intended to make our framework more straightforward and responsible. In this change, the experiences of the Vigilance office will assume a vital part and they have been extremely steady in recommending to all Departments to take on new SoPs for business development and for becoming resident well disposed.”

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