HYDERABAD: Stating that a fair amount of ethics in life could bring down the sufferings of the masses, National Mineral Development Corporation Limited chairman and managing director Narendra Kothari has said that Hyderabad is a leader in ethics management as far as organisations are concerned.He was speaking at the tenth event of the Movement for Efficiency and Transparency (MET), an initiative of Kolkata-based business process management company, Mjunction Services Limited, here on Saturday.
The event was held on the theme, ‘Efficiency and transparency as the key to an ever-flourishing society’ in association with NMDC and Vigilance Study Circle.
Explaining further, Kothari said: “The ultimate aim of MET is to bring ethics in public life.”
MET was conceived with the objective of providing a common platform to people who have made a mark with their own work in public life.
Viresh Oberoi, CEO and managing director of Mjunction Services Ltd and founder of MET, said, “Mjunction has ushered in transparency and efficiency in the sale processes of steel and coal supply chains in India, as also to sourcing and procurement processes across industries.”
MET, according to him, is also credited with recognising those who have brought about efficiency and transparency in governance, corporate and social life.
Panel speakers Make a Difference co-founder Gloria Benny, Sounds of Silence founder Sumit Singh Gandhi, Parivaar founder Vinayak Lohani and Swajal co-founder and managing director Vibha Tripathi shared their stories of vision and determination displaying a glimpse of how efficiency and transparency can pave way for inclusive and sustainable growth through their own exemplary efforts.