As part of the observance of vigilance week by the Government of India, the Central Bank of India organised a debate competition on “Corruption and its ill effects” in Inspiria Knowledge Campus on 6th November 2015 at 3.00pm. There was an enthusiastic participation from the students of the college. It was an honour for everyone that the Central Bank of India had chosen us for this noble initiative.
Students Participating at Vigilance week 2015
The event was graced by the presence of dignitaries from the Central Bank of India, Mr. A.K.Adikari, Chief Manager Vigilance; Mrs. Nimisha Kumari, Branch Manager Panchanoi Branch, Siliguri and Mr. Rabindra Kumar, Raj Basha Committee and they were welcomed and greeted with bouquets.
Audience at Vigilance Week 2015
Eight enthusiastic teams from all the four departments participated in the competition. It was a platform where the minds of the young generation was heard. They articulated their own views and solutions on the issue of corruption that is prevalent in our country.
Debate Competition Arena