DMRC Organises Online Programme On Promotion Of Ethical Work Culture In Association With IC Centre For Governance

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NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) in association with the IC Centre for Governance today started a three day online programme oriented towards the inculcation of an ethical work culture among employees.

“Sh. Sanjay Kothari, the Hon’ble Central Vigilance Commissioner graced the inaugural session as the chief guest. In his address, he stressed on the importance of training for employees in the public sector as a tool for preventive vigilance. The hon’ble CVC also said that DMRC is an ‘Institute of Excellence’ with best practices in terms of an ethical work culture”, the DMRC said.

DMRC’s Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh, in his address spoke about the importance DMRC lays on maintaining punctuality. In 20 years, DMRC has constructed a network of close to 400 kilometres. Delhi Metro is running about 5,000 trips everyday maintaining a punctuality of 99.9 percent. The punctuality is measured in terms of seconds. If a train reaches later than 59 seconds, it is considered late, he said.   
The programme titled “Towards an Ethical Work Culture” will continue till 21st of January, 2021 and will cover various subjects such as ethical dilemmas and strategies to overcome, customer focus, inclusive leadership, preventive vigilance etc. The programme is being attended by DMRC officers from various departments.
The IC Centre for Governance (ICCfG) is an International Non-Profit Civil Society organisation which is engaged in looking at important issues of Governance in the country. The organisation comprises very senior retired civil servants, bankers, professors, managers and trainers. They work to promote ethics in public governance at all levels of the government and public sector undertakings so that a new breed of highly ethical executives and managers are produced who will work towards the uplift of citizens of the country through good governance and building policy capacity.


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