Indian Oil Northern Region observes Vigilance Awareness Week

Excelsior Correspondent

A K Ganjoo, GM (Vigilance), Indian Oil, NR along with Mukesh Dheman, DGM (Vigilance), Indian Oil, NR presenting award to a student at G D Goenka Public School, Sonipat.
A K Ganjoo, GM (Vigilance), Indian Oil, NR along with Mukesh Dheman, DGM (Vigilance), Indian Oil, NR presenting award to a student at G D Goenka Public School, Sonipat.

JAMMU, Nov 3: Vigilance Awareness Week was observed at Indian Oil’ Northern Region under the overall guidance of A K Ganjoo, General Manager (Vigilance), Indian Oil, Northern Region.
The theme of this year is “Preventive Vigilance as a tool of Good Governance”.  In today’s era, it is essential that awareness is generated and public opinion developed on the need for fighting corruption.
Indian Oil has the largest customer interface and its reputation depends on how it lives up to the core values of care, innovation, passion and trust.
At Indian Oil, good governance and vigilance are an integral part of the managerial function.  The three facets of vigilance functions are preventive, punitive and participative vigilance.  Preventive vigilance is a continuous exercise across all levels of the organization.
Indian Oil in line with ‘Digital India’ has endeavoured to translate many of its public dealing functions onto robust technology platforms like  automation of its Petrol Pumps, introduction of LPG refill booking through web, IVRS and SMS, transparency in dealer selection through E-Tendring, E-Payments and E-Collections.  This has gone a long way in ensuring transparency and accountability with stakeholders.
To create further awareness amongst the public, Indian Oil conducted various outreach programs like drawing/painting, elocution/debate, essay and poster making competitions at various schools and colleges in Delhi, Noida and Sonipat.  Over 1000 students from various reputed institutes, including Cambridge, GD Goenka, DAV Public School, IP University, St. Xavier College, Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Rajkiya Mahavid-yalya, Sarvodaya Vidyalya, Apollo International, St. Sophia   etc. actively participated in the activities.

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