West Bengal bags first prize for implementation of e-tendering process

Posted on:08 Jan 2018 11:00:27
West Bengal bags first prize for implementation of e-tendering process
08 January 2018 Current Affairs: West Bengal receives one more feather to be added to her crown.

The acquired the first position for smooth implementation of e-tender process in the state.

E-tendre rule for a contract for projects worthy of more than 5 lakhs was started in 2012 in the state to make the process more transparent.

The main aim was to make tendre process more transparent and mainly corruption-free as many times people pointed the finger to the process for various irregularities.

From the first day of 2018, e-tendre become mandatory in every department.

Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced the award received from Central Government.

The state was given the first prize for ensuring e tender. 

The state becomes best in the country for ensuring e-tendering of Fifty-three thousand projects worth RTs 36,000 crore.
West Bengal receives one more feather to be added to her crown.

The acquired the first position for smooth implementation of e-tender process in the state.

E-tendre rule for a contract for projects worthy of more than 5 lakhs was started in 2012 in the state to make the process more transparent.

The main aim was to make tendre process more transparent and mainly corruption-free as many times people pointed the finger to the process for various irregularities.

From the first day of 2018, e-tendre become mandatory in every department.

Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced the award received from Central Government.

The state was given the first prize for ensuring e tender. 

The state becomes best in the country for ensuring e-tendering of Fifty-three thousand projects worth RTs 36,000 crore.

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