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Vigilance Awareness Week concludes in Bongaigaon

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HT Correspondent
KOKRAJHAR, Nov 17: The Vigilance Awareness Week and the Public Interest Disclosure and Protection of
Informers (PIDPI) campaign organized by NTPC Bongaigaon concluded at Salakati in Kokrajhar district on
The Vigilance Awareness Week was organized with an aim to spread awareness and transparency on
various important topics.
A 750 MW (3×250) MW coal-fired power plant of NTPC is located at Salakati.
The power station displayed publicity materials across departments, office buildings, and the township
to inculcate the message of good governance. Additionally, a video on PIDPI was also made available on
the site internet.
During the concluding ceremony of vigilance awareness week, various audio-visual presentations were
made for employees and stakeholders. The presentations covered topics like ethics, morals, integrity,
and corruption.
Karunakar Das, the business unit Hhead of NTPC Bongaigaon Salakati, emphasized the importance of the
topics and underlined that a vigilant society is essential for the nation’s development. He has
appreciated the efforts of the vigilance wing of the NTPC Bongaigaon in involving employees, family
members, and CISF personnel through various activities and competitions.
As part of the vigilance awareness campaign, focus was also placed on frauds happening through UPI to
raise awareness among the residents of NTPC Bongaigaon Salakati and the surrounding areas.
More than 200 employees participated in the vigilance awareness competition, including a quiz
competition held during the closing ceremony.
The concluding ceremony was attended by K C Muraleedharan, the general manager of O&M,A Biswas,
GM (operation), Induri S Reddy, GM (maintenance),Ujjwal Sarkar, DGM (vigilance) along with senior
officials of the station, members of the Bardwi Shikla Ladies Club, representatives of the union and
association and a large number of employees of the power station.

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