Preventive Vigilance has always been the
focus area at Goa Shipyard Limited. To further this objective, GSL observed Vigilance
Awareness Week from 30th Oct to 04th Nov 2017 in line
with CVC directives.
The highlight of the week was marked by a
talk followed by an interactive session with Dr. Muktesh Chander IPS, DGP, Goa
who shared his experiences with GSL personnel. Insights into various aspects of
corruption, together with the need for removal of discretion and high degree of
automation in systems and procedures at Govt. bodies were elaborated upon.
RAdm Shekhar Mital, CMD GSL explained
that, all of us need to be role models at work as well as to the society at
large by following ethical practices in all spheres of life. This has direct
impact on one’s health and peace and also contributes towards building a better
The theme for Vigilance Awareness Week
this year was “My Vision – Corruption
Free India”. In order to
make the youth aware about the evil effects of corruption and to inculcate high
levels of integrity from school level itself, GSL organized various outreach
programs for College and School students besides organizing various in house
programs amongst employees and CISF, such as Poster & Slogan writing, Essay
competitions. One step further CVC Documentaries on Corruption and its evil
effects have been screened to different sections together with sensitization
program for newly inducted CISF personnel so as to promote their involvement in
preventive vigilance activities at GSL.
GSL has complete transparency in all its domains and has implemented
high technology system like Online Vendor Registration system, e-tendering,
Bill Tracking System, Online Payment System etc resulting in a total corruption
free atmosphere. Moreover, all the vendors have open access to higher
management to raise grievances, if any. These initiatives have resulted in NIL
corruption case in GSL over last few years.