Indian Railways Launches “Mission Satyanishtha”, A Program On Ethics In Public Governance

Mission Satyanishtha

Mission Satyanishtha Indian Railway

In first of its kind occasion held by any administration association, the Indian Railways sorted out a program on Ethics in Public Governance and Launched “Mission Satyanishtha” at a daylong occasion held at National Rail Museum, New Delhi, today i.e. 27.07.2018. Sh. Piyush Goyal, Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs, Railways and Coal, controlled the vow to the officers and chiefs at the program.


Talking on the event, Shri Piyush Goyal said: “Individuals characterize an association and an association characterizes its kin, henceforth, work culture must be enhanced and straightforwardness achieved, information ought to be shown on open areas in order to get productive criticisms from the clients”.


He additionally included “Absence of enthusiasm towards work in any framework, might be named as exploitative adding up to defilement”.

Prior to the day, Sh. Ashwani Lohani, Chairman, Railway Board initiated the occasion and acquainted the subject with the members. The Senior Officers and Staff individuals from Railways additionally took an interest in the occasion. The occasion was webcast live to all Zonal, Divisional and Production Units from the National Rail Museum.

The issue of Ethics, Integrity and honor out in the open life have involved concern everywhere throughout the administration area. In this setting, it is additionally critical that all railroad workers stick to faultless direct and trustworthiness constantly. “Mission Satyanishtha” propelled on 27th July 2018 goes for sharpening all railroad representatives about the need to stick to great morals and to keep up exclusive requirements of uprightness at work. Talks and Lectures regarding the matter are being sorted out everywhere throughout the Indian Railways today for this reason.

The goals of the Mission are:

1. To prepare each worker to comprehend the need and estimation of morals in Personal and Public life.

2. To manage moral issues throughout everyday life and Public Governance.

3. To help comprehend the strategies of Indian Railways on morals and uprightness and the representative’s part in maintaining the same.

To create internal administration through tapping inward assets. Addresses on the issue were conveyed in the occasion by prominent identities that include:

1. Sh. K.V. Chowdhary, Central Vigilance Commissioner,

2. Sh. Prabhat Kumar, IAS, Former Cabinet Secretary

3. Sh. Mahesh Kapoor, IRTS, Former Advisor Planning Commission

4. Sh. Shanti Narayan, IRTS, Former Member Traffic Railway Board.

5. Sh. Anil Swarup, IAS, Former Secretary, School Education and Literacy, MHRD.

6. Sh. Mukund B. Kashaul, IPS, Former Secretary of Internal Security, MHA.

7. Sh. Balvinder Kumar, IAS, Former Secretary, Mines.

8. Dr. Nanditesh Nilay, Motivator.

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