Kolkata, 04 Nov. : P.K. Srivastava, Central Vigilance Commissioner, visited the Coal India, Corporate Office in Kolkata during the ongoing Vigilance Awareness Week (VAW) 2023.

In his address, Shri Srivastava lauded the pivotal role played by CIL in ensuring the energy security of the Nation and appreciated the earnest endeavours of the company to attain green goals.

He praised CIL for its commitment to promoting values such as probity, integrity, and awareness pertaining to Vigilance. Shri Srivastava also stressed the importance of building trust for the organization and the role of the Vigilance Division in any organisation.

P.M. Prasad, Chairman, Coal India, spoke about various steps taken in Coal India to encourage good professional practices, including IT interventions to increase transparency in the organization’s operations.

He also referred to some legacy issues in the coal sector and the challenges that Coal India is facing in mining operations across eight states of India.

Brajesh Kumar Tripathy, Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO), CIL presented the numerous activities being carried out during VAW 2023 and the three-month campaign on Preventive vigilance.

Updated versions of CIL’s Purchase, Civil, and Contract Management Manuals were released, an e-mb and e-billing ecosystem portal and an updated Annual Property Return (APR) portal with a new feature were also launched on the occasion.

The dignitaries also planted medicinal plants at Aushadhi Udyan and paid floral tribute at the Martyrs’ Memorial at CIL Hq.

Dr. B. Veera Reddy, Director (Technical), CIL delivered the vote of thanks. CVOs of CIL subsidiaries, NLC India and senior management of CIL were present on the occasion.

Central Vigilance Commissioner also chaired a review meeting of CVOs of CIL, its subsidiaries and NLC.

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