GN Bureau | November 16, 2015
The odisha government has announced monetary awards for the employees of state public sector undertakings (PSUs) for efficiency in functioning.
The award will be given in seven categories including best chairman-cum-managing director (Rs 50,000), best employee (Rs 10,000), best company secretary (Rs 25,000), best human resource manager (Rs 25,000), best finance officer (Rs 25,000), innovative idea for profit of the PSU and efforts to protect the assets of the PSU (Rs 10,000), said an official release issued by the chief minister's office.
The awards will be given at a special function to be organized by the state government in April 2016.
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