MUMBAI: Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) is observing Vigilance Awareness Week - 2017 from 30th October 2017 to 4th November 2017 and the theme of this year is “My Vision – Corruption Free India”. During this period, various outreach activities both within and outside the organisation are being conducted by MbPT.
The activities includes street plays, various competitions like Elocution, Rangoli, Drawing, etc. for the employees and their family members. Stakeholders’ meets are held for awareness among the contractors, Port Users, customers, etc. The Elocution Competitions are also being conducted in colleges and schools for awareness amongst the students / youth about the ill effects of corruption. The Social Media like TV, Radio is also extensively used for awareness of the public at large.
MbPT has also organized a Panel Discussion of the Trustees of “Public Concern for Governance Trust (PCGT)” on 1st November 2017. During this event, the Chairman Shri. Sanjay Bhatia, IAS, formally launched Mobile App called “MbPTeSeva” for lodging Vigilance Complaints and Grievance Redressal. “MbPTeSeva” app can be downloaded from Google Play Store or Apple Store and the complaints or grievances can now be lodge online.