Corruption is directly linked to the prosperity, peace and happiness of a nation and corruption can be dealt only when we start fighting against it from all fronts
WEST BOKARO: With an objective to create awareness on ethics and anti-corruption, Security Department of Tata Steel West Bokaro Division organised an awareness session today at Auditorium, West Bokaro.
Murari Lal Meena, IPS, Additional DGP cum Chief, Anti- Corruption Bureau, Jharkhand graced the occasion as Chief Guest along with A Vijayalakshmi, IPS, Superintendent of Police, Ramgarh and Sanjay Kumar Singh, General Manager (Coal), Tata Steel.
More than 250 participants including employees of Tata Steel, employees of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL), teachers, public representatives, vendor partners of Tata Steel, banking and police officials attended the event.
The programme aimed at increasing the awareness among the mass regarding various important issues like ethics, anti-corruption, provisions by the Government to fight corruption etc. While, Meena gave a detailed information on Prevention of Corruption Act and its latest amendments, Vijayalakshmi briefed the audience of ethics and moral values. The awareness session was followed by an interactive question answer session.
Addressing the audience, Meena said, “The countries who have higher moral values are more developed. Corruption is directly linked to the prosperity, peace and happiness of a nation and corruption can be dealt only when we start fighting against it from all fronts.”
In her address, Vijayalakshmi said “Ethics is a key factor for the growth of any organization. Organisation culture is developed by organisational ethics which increases the credibility.”
Speaking about the importance of ethics in Tata Steel, Sanjay Kumar Singh said, “Ethics deal with individuals and corruption deals with society. We are proud to say that Tata Steel has conferred with the ‘Most Ethical Company’ award from Ethisphere Institute for the sixth time this year. We follow zero tolerance policy for unethical practices.”
Among others present on the occasion were S K Singh, General Manager, CCL, Charhi and senior officials of Tata Steel.
The event was coordinated by Manoj Kumar Singh, Head, Security, Tata Steel (West Bokaro & Jharia).
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