ONGC unveils fuel conservation campaign Saksham

The campaign to sensitise people to judicious utilise and conserve petroleum products, use energy efficient appliances and switch to cleaner fuel

GN Bureau | January 19, 2017


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Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has unveiled a fuel conservation campaign rechristened as Saksham (Sanrakshan Kshamta Mahotsav). Minister of state for petroleum and natural gas, Dharamendra Pradhan inaugurated the month long awareness drive on January 16 organised by PCRA and other Oil & Gas PSUs emphasising on the need for self-sufficiency in the oil and gas sector.
 
The ONGC claimed that over five lakh school children and youth will be actively involved in the awareness drive and programmes. The campaign aims to create awareness among masses towards judicious utilisation and conservation of petroleum products along with use of energy efficient appliances and switching to cleaner fuels.
 
The state-run undertaking has also accorded a special grant-in-aid to PCRA for this programme.
 
Celebrating Saksham, ONGC has devised various awareness programmes to popularise this energy awareness campaign amongst the employees, their families and the local populace in its area of operations. Pan India campaigns like Sit & Draw and Slogan Competition apart from Cyclothon, Walkathon are being organised at all work-centres of ONGC to actively engage employees.
 

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