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KISHWTAR: Vigilance Awareness Week is being organized at Dulhasti Power Station from 27th October 2020 to 2nd November 2020. On this occasion, Nirmal Singh, General Manager (In-charge), Dulhasti Power Station, inaugurated the Vigilance Awareness Week on 27 October 2020 by administering an oath of vigilance to all employees in the administrative building premise observing the COVID-19 norms.Speaking on the occasion, General Manager (Incharge) Shri Nirmal Singh said that this year Vigilance Awareness Week is being organized under the theme of “Vigilant India, Prosperous India”. He called upon everyone to do their official work in a sincere and transparent manner. Further, he motivated all the employees for participation in various competitions and events organized during Vigilance Awareness Week.Various vigilance awareness programs and competitions will be organized in the power station during the week to generate awareness about the corruption. The concluding ceremony of Vigilance Awareness Week will be organised on 2nd November 2020 in which the winning participants of the competitions held during the week will also be felicitated by the General Manager (in-charge).On this occasion, Suresh Kumar, General Manager (Electrical), Diwakar Prasad Awadhiya, Senior Manager (IT)-Project Vigilance Officer alongwith officers and staff of Dulhasti Power Station were also present.
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