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Orientation programme for procurement through GeM organized at GCW Udhampur

UDHAMPUR: A one-day training session and orientation for purchasing through Government e-Marketplace (GeM) was held today in Government College for Women Udhampur.

The College principal, Prof. Anjali Mahajan, gave a description of the Government e-Marketplace (GeM). According to her, GeM is a dynamic, ongoing project of the government to change how government ministries and departments, public sector organisations, and other top autonomous bodies of the government acquire goods and services.

The portal, according to her, allows for the utilisation of historical data and a feedback system for decision-making, promoting caution in budget management, quick account settlement with prompt payment to service providers, better pricing discovery, and the creation of auditory records.

Principal Prof. Anjali Mahajan, who was speaking at the event, stated that the main goal of the orientation programme is to inform all of the purchase committee members about the Government e-Marketplace, a larger common platform for sale and procurement that is now a required purchase platform for all government departments.

She also stressed about completing all the formalities before proceeding to buy on GeM.

Prof. Paramjit Singh, HoD of the Department of Computer Science, delivered a thorough presentation on registration and purchasing via the GeM portal at the event. He detailed a step-by-step process for how to purchase on the GeM portal. The problems faced by the purchasers from the purchasing committee as well as other members were also addressed throughout the orientation workshop.

Prof. Kewal Kumar, the convener of the college purchase committee, as well as other members or representatives of the purchase committee, attended the function.

Prof. Kewal Kumar also stated that the benefits of the GeM portal include enabling single-window sales and procurement of all general goods and services through a streamlined procedure based on the principles of efficacy, transparency, and economy.

Meanwhile: in continuation to the ongoing series of activities being organised to celebrate World Environment Day 2023, , the NCC unit (1 J&K Girls Battalion NCC, Srinagar) of Govt. College for Women, Udhampur, presented a ‘Nukkad Natak' in Hindi, based on the theme ‘Plastic Free India' to promote environmental awareness.

This NCC unit of the college is organizing a series of activities to celebrate World Environment Day with the support and guidance of Prof. Anjali Mahajan, principal of the college, under the Mission Life (Lifestyle for Environment), G-20 and Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.

The main aim and motive of the playlet (Nukkad Natak), organized under this series of activities, was to create awareness amongst students and to inspire them to adopt an eco-friendly lifestyle.

In the Nukkad Natak, a total of 15 NCC cadets of 1 J&K Girls BN NCC Srinagar, actively participated and highlighted the various demerits of using plastic, polybags and polythene in human life and on animal health.

They also expressed their views through this act creatively on how we can make India a plastic free nation.

Earlier, NCC Caretaker of this BN, Shallu Jasrotia, briefed about the main theme of the playlet ‘Plastic Free India'.

Principal of the college, Prof Anjali Mahajan, appreciated the efforts of the NCC cadets and emphasized to aware people towards environmental conservation.

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