CMPDI organises Walkathon
Ranchi MP Sanjay Seth flagged off the walkathon organized by CMPDI to raise awareness and sensitize people against corruption as part of Vigilance Awareness Week 2021. A Walkathon was held from Birsa High School to CMDPI (HQ) and students of Birsa High School participated in the Walkathon raising slogans and carrying placards against corruption. On this occasion, Seth emphasized on the need of integrity in public life & its importance in nation building and called the children to be vigilant in their life as they are future of the country. Sushma Tiwari, Principal and Teachers of Birsa High School participated in the Walkathon. A quiz competition was organized for the employees of CMPDI (HQ) and RI-III as part of Vigilance Awareness Week 2021. Competition was mainly based on theme like CDA Rules, RTI Act, Anti-corruption Act, etc. Sumeet Kumar Sinha, C.V.O; Pushkar, GM (Vigilance) were present on this occasion and total 45 employees participated in the quiz competition.
ECR to run 4 pairs of Chhath Spl trains
For the convenience of passengers after Chhath festival, East Central Railway will operate four pairs of Chhath special trains from Patna, Barauni and Darbhanga between Delhi, Mumbai and Pune. These include train number 03377/03378 Patna-Anand Vihar Terminus-Patna, 03381/03382 Patna-Pune-Patna, 05297/05298 Barauni-Lokmanya Tilak Terminus-Barauni and 05577/05578 Darbhanga-Delhi-Darbhanga. All the coaches of these special trains will be of reserved category and the passengers traveling in it will have to follow the norms of Covid-19.
Vigilance Awareness Week held at PNB
Vigilance Awareness Week is being observed by Punjab National Bank, Divisional Office Ranchi South. On this occasion, Deputy Divisional Chief Arvind Kalra administered the integrity pledge to all the personnel of the Divisional Office. Corruption is a major obstacle in the economic, political and social progress of the country. To eradicate it, citizens should be alert and always working with honesty and integrity. There is a need to fight against tyranny. In this sequence, a Walkathon program was organized by the Divisional Office and people were inspired to create a human chain to make people aware against corruption and join hands in the struggle against it. On this occasion other senior officers of the Board and all the staff members were present.
DLSA conducts legal awareness camp
A legal awareness programme was organized by Primary Legal Volunteers (PLV) of District Legal Services Authority Ranchi under Silli block areas of Muri, Silli, Patratu, Lapung, Badachondo and Nagedi areas. Under the programme, Jharkhand unorganized workers were made aware about the wage card. The legal volunteers informed about the methods of obtaining wage card at District Legal Service. An awareness program is being organized in rural and urban areas of Ranchi district from October 2 to November 14, 2021 on the instructions of Jharkhand High Court Justice-cum executive chairman of Jharkhand State Legal Services Authority (Jhalsa), Ranchi, Aparesh Kumar Singh.
JPCC holds seminar on health issue
Jharkhand Pradesh Congress Committee (JPCC)’s Relief Monitoring Committee organised a seminar on the topic of the role of private hospitals during disasters. The seminar was organised at Ranchi Press Club on Wednesday. The chief guest of the seminar was President of Press Club, Rajesh Singh, the keynote speaker Dr Associate Professor of Ranchi University and Head of the Department of Sociology, Prabhat Kumar Singh and Principal of Ramgarh College Mithilesh Kumar Singh expressed their views. JPCC Relief Monitoring Committee member Alok Kumar Dubey presided over the seminar while Lal Kishore Nath Shahdeo conducted the conference and the welcome address was delivered by Dr Rajesh Gupta Chhotu.
BoI MD visits J’khand to ease credit facility
Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Bank of India (BoI), Atanu Kumar Das is on visit of the State for participation in the ongoing Credit Outreach campaign in all 24 districts of the as per the instructions of Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav and Self-Reliant India Programme. During this, the members of the State Level Bankers Committee will also meet with the local heads of banks and discuss the issue of Kisan Credit Card coverage and other developments in the State. The main objective of the visit is to ensure the participation of all banks in accelerating the active contribution of banks in easy availability of credit to the masses, farmers, enterprises and traders under the schemes sponsored by the Central and State Governments.
Awareness prog by Central Bank of India
An awareness programme was organized under Vigilance Awareness by Central Bank of India, Regional Office, Ranchi. The programme was inaugurated by Ajay Kumar Singh, Senior Regional Manager, Central Bank of India, Ranchi Region and Chief Guest of the program Neeraj Sahay, Director, Finger Print Bureau, CID, Ranchi by lighting the lamp. Speaking on the occasion, Sahay said that corruption is like a hindrance in the development of our society that is why we are proving unable to reach the resources and possibilities to the common people properly. Therefore, together we have to make the common people aware against corruption. Speaking on the occasion, Senior Regional Manager, Central Bank, Ajay Kumar Singh said that we should adopt zero tolerance on corruption for an effective welfare system, and then only we all come together. Satish Kumar, Vijay Kumar Verma, Suveer Kumar, Avinash Kumar along with other staff members were present on this occasion. The vote of thanks was given by Abhijit Sinha, Vigilance Officer of the area.
Speech competition held under VAW-2021
Speech Competition was conducted at SAIL MTI on Wednesday on “Independent India@75: Self Reliance with Integrity” through online medium during Second day of ‘Vigilance Awareness Week -2021’ for wards of SAIL Employees of the units located at Ranchi and their Plant Sub centres from Bhilai, Bokaro, Burnpur, Durgapur and Rourkela, who participated in large numbers. Manoj Kumar Lal, General Manager (CET), Rakesh Kumar Singh, General Manager (RDCIS) and Pankaj Priya, Dy. General Managers (SSO) were the evaluators of this competition. On this occasion, A. K. Verma, General Manager (Vigilance) and Sarvesh Kr. Shrivastava, Sr. Manager (Vigilance) were also present.