Update Skill Level and Competence: Says former Central Vigilance Commissioner Shri Pratyush Sinha, IAS, former Central Vigilance Commissioner while addressing a two day seminar on Vigilance Administration organized by the Centre for Integrity, Governance and Training in Vigilance Administration (CIGVA).called for intense training of vigilance personnel to enable them to work better for public good. Inaugurating a training programme organized Sh. Sinha pointed out that without investment in human resources the problem of corruption cannot be effectively rooted out.
Over Forty (40) Senior Vigilance functionaries from Banks/ Financial Institutions/ Central Public Sector Undertakings from all over the country have participated in the two days seminar. Other speakers included Sh. P.V. Bhide, IAS, former Revenue Secretary, Sh. Asok Mahapatra, IAS, former Shipping Secretary, Sh. V.K. Gupta former; Central Vigilance Commissioner addressed the participants.
Shri A.K. Handa, IRS, Chairman, CIGVA said that it was the Center’s goal to build capacities and develop human resources by imparting professional skills and knowledge of vigilance and anti-corruption work and best practices relating to good governance to the personnel in public and corporate sectors with a view to enhance organizational performance. Sh. Handa said that CIGVA would strive to create public awareness about the pivotal role of integrity in public life, public systems and corporate governance. It would also be involved in critical e-governance measures that can improve quality of governance. Sh SK Goel, CMD, IIFCL while delivering his valedictory address stated that Vigilance should play a positive role facilitating speedy decision making without which institutions cannot progress or grow in the present day situation and requested vigilance personnel to keep this in view while striving for organizational excellence.
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Thursday, 14 February 2013
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