JNPT observed week-long Vigilance awareness week

Posted by Daily Shipping Times on 22-11-2017        Tweet

MUMBAI: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) celebrated vigilance awareness week with the theme of My Vision- ‘Corruption free India’ from October 30 to November 3, 2017 at JNPT. Capt. Sunil Nishith – Harbour Master, JNPT administered the oath to the officers & staff of JNPT at the beginning of the vigilance week.

During the week, JNPT conducted various competitions such as essay writing, cartoon, posters, elocution, slogan writing at various schools, colleges and staff of the JNPT.

JNPT employees attended the workshop on “Preventive Vigilance” presided by Shri R.K. Aherwar, Controller & Stores (Retired)- South Western Railway. In addition to this, JNPT also organised narratives on “My Vision-Corruption free India” on one of the top radio channels, namely 104 Fever FM Radio.

An interactive workshop with port users was headed by Dr. C. Unnikrishnan Nair, Chief Manager (Traffic), as part of the vigilance week and raise awareness about preventive vigilance. JN Port has taken lead in introducing various initiatives in making Port paperless through electronic approvals and simplification of processes to eradicate corruption. Vigilance department has also started toll free number and helpline number to assist common citizens to connect easily and help curb corrupt practices at all levels.

Shri Neeraj Bansal, IRS, Deputy Chairman, JN Port handed over the prizes to winners in different categories in the valedictory function and in his address asked each employee to be vigilant and committed to up-hold highest standards of honesty and integrity at all times, and work together to eradicate corruption from the workplace.

He expressed that he is confident that the spirit of the vigilance week will be carried forward in the rest of the year and into the future”.

JNPT celebrates the vigilance week to spread awareness about the need to foster a sense of working with complete integrity and work to achieve a corruption free India.