ECIL conducted Vigilance workshop on 'Principles of Procurement'

Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL) has conducted a Vigilance workshop on Principles of Procurement.

ECIL conducted Vigilance workshop on 'Principles of Procurement'
ECIL conducted Vigilance workshop on 'Principles of Procurement'

NEW DELHI- Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL) has conducted a Vigilance workshop on “Principles of Procurement” on 24.04.2023 and 25.0.4.2023 (Two days) at Hyderabad. This workshop has been inaugurated by Chief Guest Dr. Praveen Kumari Singh, Additional Secretary, Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), New Delhi. 

Dr. Praveen Kumari Singh, Additional Secretary, Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) in her message elucidated on the emphasis on the preventive vigilance aspect and e-Vigilance&Public Interest Disclosure and Protection of Informer(PIDPI).  

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Dr. Praveen Kumari Singh, Additional Secretary of, Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) addressed to the gathering. 

This workshop has been attended by Guest of Honour Shri Anurag Kumar, C&MD, ECIL, Shri Samir Mukherjee, Director (P), Dr.Krishna Kumar P, ITS, CVO, ECIL other dignitaries and executives of ECIL.

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About ECIL-

ECIL was setup under the Department of Atomic Energy on 11th April, 1967 with a view to generate a strong indigenous capability in the field of professional-grade electronics. 

The initial accent was on total self-reliance and ECIL was engaged in the Design, Development, Manufacture and Marketing of several products with emphasis on three technology lines viz. Computers, Control Systems and Communications. Over the years, ECIL pioneered the development of various complex electronics products without any external technological help and scored several 'firsts.

The company played a very significant role in the training and growth of high caliber technical and managerial manpower especially in the fields of Computers and Information Technology. 

Though the initial thrust  was on meeting the Control & Instrumentation requirements of the Nuclear Power Program, the expanded scope of self-reliance pursued by ECIL enabled the company to develop various products to cater to the needs of Defence, Civil Aviation, Information & Broadcasting, Telecommunications, Insurance, Banking, Police, and Para-Military Forces, Oil & Gas, Power, Space Education, Health, Agriculture, Steel and Coal sectors and various user departments in the Government domain. 

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