Mangaluru: MRPL holds vigilance programme at Govinda Dasa PU College

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Mangaluru, Oct 24: As a prelude to the vigilance awareness week, a programme was organised recently by MRPL Vigilance Department at Govinda Dasa PU College, Surathkal in association with its NSS wing.

Central Vigilance Commission, apex body for fighting corruption proposed an ‘E Integrity pledge' for citizens. General public can visit the CVC website, click the link and follow the instructions for taking the e-pledge. A certificate of appreciation will be issued by CVC which can be downloaded and printed for taking the pledge.

The integrity pledge was administered to around 800 college students during the programme. The programme was presided over by K Upendra Rao, DGM, Vigilance, MRPL. Laxmi, principal, Govinda Dasa PU College, Venkataramana, NSS coordinator, Chetana, student welfare officer and other officials from MRPL were present during the programme.

K Upendra Rao, DGM, Vigilance, MRPL said, "Corruption is one of the major obstacles for economic, political and social progress of our country. The government is vigorously pursuing its crusade against corruption by leveraging technology.

"The Central Vigilance Commission which is the watchdog for integrity and transparency in central government establishments is reaching the public through various means to create awareness on the evil effect of corruption," he continued.

He briefed about the Online Integrity Pledge on CVC portal that was setup for general public and corporates to commit to upholding the highest standards of honesty and integrity, and to follow probity and rule of law in all walks of life.


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