Ranchi (By our correspondent): Jharkhand ADG Police (Operations), RK Mallick said in any big organisation each employee needs to play his quintessential role of being vigilant rather than abjuring this attitude to Vigilance Department only. He was speaking on the culmination of Vigilance Awareness Week at SAIL Units Ranchi.
A speech was delivered by Mallick, on the nuances of “Eradicate Corruption vis.a.vis Vigilance in Govt. Sector & PSUs”. “ All in Unison should feel that ‘Assets of the company’ are ‘Assets of the nation’ and it is one’s solemn responsibility to preserve them. “Preventive Vigilance is better than Punitive Vigilance”. Generally, one never analyses the precedence, but simply follows it leading to mediocrity and no room is for continual improvement” said Mallick.
He said that the right tradeoff between Pricing & Quality is the key as well as an art. Systems are needed to be studied of the Scandinavian countries and Singapore etc. which are high in the Integrity Index. The example of Singapore is apt and relevant since there the Public Sector dominates as the Peer and Private Sector tries to catch up. However, any horizontal transfer of practices
must be blended in-situ with the basic realities of host organisation in full knowledge of top management for protection of the innovator. First, we need to change ourselves for Change Management in the organisation.
He praised the Kerala Model for e-office as it inherits all the look and feel features of File Legacy System. By proper e-solution system, one can track the pending case's priority wise. Protection of whistleblower is another priority for any organisation. Welcoming the Chief guest Kamakshi Raman, ED(HRD) reaffirmed SAIL’s commitment for being vigilant. Sanjay Agrawal, ACVO introduced the Chief Guest. Also present were KB Sunil, GM(SSO), Santosh Kumar, GM(RDCIS) and RK Barman, GM(CET).