HCL Vigilance shall establish and continually improve Quality of Vigilance administration to enable people to work with equity, integrity and impartiality, in a fair & transparent manner upholding the highest ethical standards for the organisation.
HCL Vigilance is headed by Shri
Rakesh Kumar, Chief Vigilance Officer. Sri. Mayukh
Assistant General Manager (Vigilance) assist in the vigilance
The functions of HCL Vigilance are broadly preventive in manner. The focus of HCL Vigilance is proactive i.e. towards facilitating the environment for enabling people to work with integrity, impartiality, in a fearless and transparent manner, upholding highest ethical standards for the organisation.
Provision has been made to receive the complaints related to vigilance matter through website. This is to bring the transparency in the system and expediting the processes. All complaints received through website are processed after confirming the veracity of the complainant and further action are processed after confirming the veracity of the complaint and further action is taken as per laid down procedure. As per the guidelines of CVC, no action is taken on the anonymous / pseudonymous complaints if the complaints are of general nature and carries no verifiable facts.
Complaint should be specific with relevant details like Tender/ Supply / Order/Work Order no. and date etc. in case of complaint related to Tenders. In case of complaint related approval of Mining Plan / Scheme of Mining the Mining Pln ID no. should be mentioned.
Correct name and address are mandatory for processing the Complaint.
No correspondence shall be entertained on the subject after lodging the complaint.
In case it is found that complaint was false and harassment of officials has been caused, action may be taken against the complainant.
The Complaint having vigilance angle shall only be examined. The vigilance angle comprises of misuse of official position, demand and acceptance of illegal gratification, cases of misappropriation / forgery or cheating, gross and willful negligence, blatant violation of laid down systems and procedures, reckless exercise of discreation, delay in processing the cases, etc.