PMC wins laurels at SKOCH awards

ST Correspondent
Tuesday, 26 June 2018

Pune: The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) received the SKOCH Order-of-Merit for 16 projects at an investiture ceremony on June 22 at the Constitution Club of India, New Delhi. 

The SKOCH Award-2018 covers the best efforts in the area of digital, financial and social inclusion. It encompasses the best of governance, education, inclusive growth, excellence in technology and applications, citizen services delivery, capacity building, empowerment and other such issues.

Pune: The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) received the SKOCH Order-of-Merit for 16 projects at an investiture ceremony on June 22 at the Constitution Club of India, New Delhi. 

The SKOCH Award-2018 covers the best efforts in the area of digital, financial and social inclusion. It encompasses the best of governance, education, inclusive growth, excellence in technology and applications, citizen services delivery, capacity building, empowerment and other such issues.

Ulka Kalaskar, Chief Accounts Officer of PMC, Rahul Jagtap, Head IT and Nilesh Saitwal, Engineer, Building Development Department, received the award.

The PMC was awarded for 16 different projects such as PMC Care 2.0, Best Implementation Of Digital Payment, Best Governance Initiative In Healthcare, E-Governance Initiative Of The Year (e-GIS), Street Vendors, National Skills Qualification Framework, Building Permission - Trust and Verify Approach, Establish System For Collection and Disposal Of Sanitary Napkins Generated In a Scientific Manner, Involvement Of Corporate Sector, NGOs and Local Resident Societies For Collection Of E-Waste Generated In The City, SCADA System - Pune Street Light Project, Issuing 

Largest Municipal Bond, Housing For All - Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (Planning), Digital Pune 2020 - 100% Digital Literacy Across Slum Communities In Pune, A Model For Social Transformation, Quality Education In PMC Schools - Sahyogi Dal Projects, Sustainable Livelihood: Lighthouses Of Pune Project For Empowering Underprivileged Youth.

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