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Health Ministry to observe vigilance awareness week


Health Ministry to observe vigilance awareness week

During the week-long Vigilance Awareness campaign, various activities like seminars, debates and essay competitions will be organized in the Ministry to sensitize and motivate its officers and staff to remain vigilant and transparent in their work in order to eradicate corruption in all spheres of life.

New Delhi: The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare will observe the Vigilance Awareness Week from 29th October to 3rd November 2018 as per the directions of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), Government of India.  The theme of the vigilance awareness this year is “Eradicate Corruption- Make a New India.” Smt Anupriya Patel, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare administered the ‘Integrity Pledge’ to the officers and staff of the Ministry to fight against corruption and commit to highest standards of honesty and integrity.

The Central Vigilance Commission aims to promote integrity, transparency and accountability in public life. As part of its efforts to promote probity in public life and to achieve a corruption-free society, CVC observes Vigilance Awareness Week every year. The observation of Vigilance Awareness Week creates greater awareness among the public and encourages all the stakeholders to collectively participate in the prevention of and fight against Corruption.

During the week-long Vigilance Awareness campaign, various activities like seminars, debates and essay competitions will be organized in the Ministry to sensitize and motivate its officers and staff to remain vigilant and transparent in their work in order to eradicate corruption in all spheres of life.




Source: Government Press Release
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    Meetali Parashar November 5, 2018, 12:30 am

    Dr Ramesh Vardhan,,,,i respect your words but it is not that they are not doing anything.Being a part of a tertiary care centre that inspite of blaming them for not being upto the mark,,why don t you email your ideas to the central vision commission..may be you can point them the most important and small thing which they are missing and which can make a big difference..

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    Dr Ramesh Vardhan October 31, 2018, 11:05 am

    AWARENESS FOR WHOM ? AS A MATTER OF FACT,THEY SHOULD BE AWARE OF THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES , BEING A PART OF THE ORGANISATION. ONLY THING THEY SHOULD BE HONEST, ALERT, ACTIVE , ALWAYS READY TO ACT . BECAUSE ACTIONS SPEAEKS BETTER THAN WORDS. HOW ONE CAN APPROACH CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION TO LODGE THE COMPLAINTS ? DO THEY HAVE ANY ROLE IN THE STATES ? DO THEY GIVE ANY REWARDS, AWARDS OR INCENTIVES IF THE GOOD CITIZENS BRING CORRUPT PRACTICES TO THEIR NOTICE. ? IT\’S MY FEELING THAT MEETING, EATINGS ARE CRIMINAL WASTE OF MONEY & TIME. THESE FUNCTIONS MAINLY FOR RIBBON CUTTING, LIGHTING LAMP & MORE OF A PROPOGANDA . TO FEEL GOOD DESPITE DOING NOTHING.

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    Dr Ramesh Vardhan October 30, 2018, 9:42 pm

    There are hardly many / any central government hospitals , may be around 500, / 10% of total HEALTH CARE facilitate of the India. Maxim Misusing of funds/ corrupt practices occurs in state run health care system,. Starting appointments, construction, purchases. All most all the money sent by central government is misued to the maximum. NHM, NRHM, FAMILY PLANNING, TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL…. I THINK THE CENTRAL VIGILANCE HAS NO CONTROL OVER THE STATES. MAY THE VIGILANCE HAS TO MONITOR COUPLE OF HOSPITALS IN AROUND DELHI ONLY.