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Vigilance awareness week observed at RIMT


To promote the probity and integrity in the governance, the commission has decided to observe “Vigilance Awareness Week” from October 26 to 31 in all educational Institutes. A letter to this effect has been issued to all educational Institutes by Chairman AICTE, Prof. Anil D. Saharsrabudhe. As per the guidelines by the AICTE , NSS unit of RIMT Group of Institutes, Mandi Gobindgarh observed vigilance awareness and conducted a Panel Discussion on the theme “Preventive Vigilance as a Tool of Good Governance” on Friday. Good governance includes empowerment, participation, accountability; transparency, equity and justice as preventive vigilance that ensures clean and prompt action in achieving efficiency and effectiveness of the employees in particular and the organization in general. Thus this week is observed to promote probity and integrity in governance and to provide awareness in the society as it can lead to clean nation and its clean functioning. Campus Director Dr. Harsh Sadawarti welcomed the audience and shared his views. Speaking on the occasion he said that vigilance is very important in daily life and every one must be vigilant in each and every aspect of their life. He emphasized the concept of preventive vigilance and quoted it as “Prevention is better that Cure”. He also quoted today’s youth as the “Young Guns of Country” who can bring the required change in the system. Officer Incharge- NSS, Er. Sandeep Singla, Dr. V S Batra Sr. Professor Civil Engineering, Ms Kavita Sarma Head Business Administration and Er. S S Grewal Head Computer Science Engineering also shared their views on the theme. Heads of various departments also attended this programme. 20 students participated in the panel discussions and more than 100 students were among the audience. More stress was on the youth diversion to become a responsible hand and to wipe out corruption in each and every sector of the society. The panel concluded that quick decision making in the organization, transparency in the system, accountability and stake holders must be more informed and aware about their environment and the new phases of vigilance in the society. While giving vote of thanks Er. Sandeep Singla thanked the management and officials of RIMT for providing the opportunity to work for such noble cause and always being supportive. He appreciated the efforts of students coordinators Dameet Singh, Mir Muheet and Ms. Parul for their sincere efforts to make this event a great success. Amandeep Shrivastav of Science Engineering and Mir Muheet of Civil Engineering got best speaker prize. All the participants were given certificate of participation. Pledge for the event was taken by all the students and faculty and was administered by Campus Director. The event ended up with the National Anthem.

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