CCL conducts workshop on “Vigilance Matters to Enhance Managerial Effectiveness”

Area- Headquarter, Posted on- 29-01-2019


                “Paradigm shift in the outlook of vigilance from good faith to due diligence”- Joint Secretary, MoS
Vigilance Department of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) on Monday organized a day-long workshop on the theme of “Vigilance Matters to Enhance Managerial Effectiveness” with objective to come out with practical solutions of critical functions including drafting Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) at Vichar Manch, Darbhanga House, CCL, Ranchi. The programme was conducted under the leadership of Shri A K Srivastava, CVO, CCL 
Smt. Vismita Tej, Joint Secretary and Chief Vigilance Officer, Ministry of Coal, Govt. of India was the Chief Guest of function. Shri Gopal Singh, Chairman-cum-Managing Director,CCL/BCCL was the Guest of Honour. Shri D K Ghosh, Director(Finance), Shri R S Mahapatro, Director(Pers), Shri V  K Srivastava, Director(Tech/Oprns), Shri Bhola Singh, Director Technical(P&P),  CVO, CMPDIL Shri Sandeep Raj and other dignitaries including GMs/HODs from Headquarters & Areas and other executives were present during the function.
As a tradition of CCL, a ceremonial lamp was illuminated by Smt. Vismita Tej, Chief Guest, Shri Gopal Singh, Guest of Honour and other dignitaries before start of the function. Also compendium of CVC Circulars referred in Vigilance Manual 2017 and Calendar 2019 based on Vigilance Awareness Week 2018 were released by Chief Guest in presence of CMD, CCL and other dignitaries. Circulars of various departments uploaded on CCL’s website were also launched officially by them.   
Addressing the audiences at packed hall, the Chief Guest Smt Vismita Tej pointed out that there has been a paradigm shift in the outlook of vigilance from “good faith” to “due diligence.”  She further pointed out that due diligence must “reflect” in the files and this is possible only when one internalizes the rules & regulations, procedures etc. of the company.  
The Chief Guest narrated the meaning of TEAM i.e, transparency, efficiency, accountability and measures by formulating polices etc, saying that no third person can tell you about the  decision to be done while performing official work. “One has to take informed decisions by gathering related information while delivering the official works,” Smt. Vismita Tej added. 
Shri Gopal Singh, Guest of Honour expressed gratitude to Smt. Vismita Tej for accepting the invitation as Chief Guest of the function.  Extending warm and hearty welcome to the Chief Guest, CMD, CCL said that this function of the vigilance department will be the game changer. He talked about the transformed company where CCL is known for achieving target.  He further said that the company has broken conventional thresholds and performed beyond expectations registering double digit growth by persistent efforts of each and every stakeholders of the company.
CMD CCL in his speech talked about various IT initiatives taken during the regime of Smt. Vismita Tej when she was CVO of CCL like e-tendering, reverse auction etc. He further said that the introduction of technologies in CCL has benefitted the company and increased confidence level among the officers due to transparency in the system.   Shri Gopal Singh said that 100 Million Tonne coal will be produced in coming years and world standard technologies will be set up in Magadh-Amrapali where transportation of coal could be done through environment friendly technologies like coal conveyer etc. 
Shri A K Srivastava, CVO, CCL delivered a welcome address and gave a brief outline about the objective of conducting the workshop on “Vigilance Matters to Enhance Managerial Effectiveness.”   In his address, he said that it is necessary to find practical and sustainable solutions within the vigilance framework of ticklish issues being faced by the field officers. He also emphasized the importance of developing Standards Operating Procedures(SOPs) of critical functions to improve transparency and accountability.  He also talked the preventive Vigilance and its role to strengthen and suggest systemic improvement in mitigating the risk of corruption by introducing various IT initiatives. 
Shri D K Ghosh, Director(Finance), Shri R S Mahapatro, Director(Pers) Shri V K Srivastava, Director(Tech/OPrns), Shri Bhola Singh, Director Technical(P&P) and Shri  Sandeep Raj, CVO, CMPDIL also addressed the gathering. 
Technical session on importance vigilance guidelines, Group discussion on practical problems faced in the field were orgnaised in the afternoon session of the workshop and efforts were made to find their practical salutations. 
Vote of thanks was proposed by GM, Vigilance Shri V K Singh. 



 
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