The Samikhsya Bureau
BHUBANESWAR: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launched two IT-enabled modules in line with the 5-T initiatives and attends orientation programme for the newly recruited 100 Junior Executive Assistants in Odisha Mining Corporation at Convention Centre, Loka Seva Bhavan here on Tuesday.
Addressing the occasion, the Chief Minister advised the newly-recruited Junior Executive Assistants to work efficiently emphasizing utmost importance to Transparency & Teamwork.
He also appreciated the role of OMC for propelling the economic growth of the state and contributing immensely in the CSR activities.
By implementing the two additional IT systems, OMC – one of the largest and fastest growing mining PSUs in the country – has further strengthened its business processes, the CM said.
He further added that the “Gandhamardan Iron Ore Mines Traffic and Ore Dispatch Automation Project” is a technology-enabled solution which provides seamless traffic management for timely ore despatch from the mines augmenting sales, ensures safety standards & transparency.
The other IT module “Vendor Invoice Management System (VIMS)” provides a digital platform for end-to-end processing of invoices of vendors of OMC for timely payment & transparent processes.
Prafulla Kumar Mallick, Minister, Steel & Mines said that the OMC is leading the state since 1956 with its contribution to development and CSR activities.
The function was also attended by Chief Secretary Suresh Chandra Mahapatra and other senior officers.
Principal Secretary Steel & Mines, and Chairman OMC Surendra Kumar welcomed the guests and MD OMC Balwant Singh offered the vote of thanks.
Secretary to Chief Minister 5T V. K. Pandian enlightened the new entrants on the vision of 5T Initiative. He spoke on how they should follow the principles of 5T to contribute to the transformation of the State.