Vigilance Corner CVC plays a pivotal role in uprooting and eradicating corruption among the Government Machineries. Vigilance Department in JNPA is serving as a Central Agency & striving for the integrity and efficiency in the organization. Vigilance work can be successful and productive with the help of all Officers and Employees.
GEM workshop for senior officers arranged as a part of VAW-2022
VAW 2022 program for school children. Theme- Corruption free India for a developed Nation
To ensure zero corruption organizational atmosphere with positive impact on performance of individual employees.
The following Officer can be contacted for any Vigilance related Complaints
Shri Vidyadhar Malegaonkar, IRTS
Chief Vigilance Officer
Tel: 022-2724 4151
Shri Ashok V. Jagtap
Deputy Chief Vigilance Officer
Tel: 022-2724 4061
Shri Sudhir Shahpure
Assistant Manager (Vigilance)
Tel: 022-2724 4063
Complaints can also be lodged through E-mail at email@example.com
Since JNPA has implemented the Integrity Pact, complaints regarding contracts above Rs 50 Crores and purchase of material above Rs 5 Crores may be referred to the Independent External Monitor (IEM) whose name and contact details are given below:
Flat no. 2601, Ashok tower, Tower C, Parel,
Opp. Bharat Mata Cinema, Mumbai -400 012.
Vigilance complaints received through email would be downloaded and printed and taken up for further action as above. Complaints received through email, which does not have a name or complete postal address, will be treated as anonymous/pseudonymous and filed.
After owning the complaint by the complainant, the investigation will be carried out and based on the findings in the investigation, the action as deemed fit will be taken.
Complaints can also be lodged by addressing the letter/email directly to the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) by giving specific facts of the matter relating to corruption. The complaints can also be lodged directly on CVC’s website - www.cvc.nic.in.
The complaint may also be lodged on Toll-Free No 1800-11-0180 of CVC.
JNPA held a training session on Preventive Vigilance View
Vigilance video hosted by Central Vigilance Commission View
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