Mangaluru: Build Vigilance Awareness to Stem Corruption and improve governance

Mangaluru: MRPL has rolled out a host of activities to spread awarenss about “proactive vigilance” to prevent corruption and to enable better governance starting 26th October 2015 for a week ending 31st October 2015.

As the nodal company entrusted with the task of spreading awareness, Managing Director H Kumar, briefly summed up the radio, social media campaign and host of activities like debate, essay writing and elocution etc to spread the message of “Proactive Vigilance for Good Governance”.

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At the Inaugural function held on October 26 at MRPL, H Kumar underlined the need to simplify business processes and administrative processes to ensure transparency and to demystify governance. Leveraging technology under the Digital India movement will further add impetus, he added.

Prof. G Srinikethan, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering College, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, the Chief Guest for the Inaugural, while complimenting MRPL on the efforts being taken to promote vigilance, pointed out the role played by RTI in bringing in transparency in administration; Preventive vigilance and monitoring of discretionary powers usage will make an even bigger difference, he said.

Speaking on the occasion, Y Ravindranath ITS, Chief Vigilance Officer, MRPL, exhorted one and all to renew their commitment to end corruption in the society and M Venkatesh, Directory Refinery said that one can work fearlessly if one is honest, sincere and competent and all should focus on these values.

A special publication, a ready reckoner, detailing CVC guidelines on tenders and contracts was released on the occasion by Prof. G Srinikethan.

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