BMTC bags transport award for maintaining cleanliness at depots, bus stands

BMTC bags National Public Transport Excellence Award and cash prize of Rs 5 lakhs for maintaining cleanliness at depots and bus stands. MD Ekroop Caur received the award from Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari at a ceremony in New Delhi.

Ekroop Caur, MD of BMTC, receives the award from Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari. Pic: BMTC PRO

All India State Road Transport Union (ASRTU) on the occasion of its Golden Jubilee ceremony, has awarded BMTC the ASRTU National Public Transport Excellence Award in the category, Cleanliness at Work Place for maintaining cleanliness at its depots and bus stands.

The award consisting of Rs 5 lakhs in cash and a trophy was given away on August 13th at New Delhi during the ASRTU Golden Jubilee ceremony. Dr. Ekroop Caur, IAS, Managing Director of BMTC received the award from Nitin Jairam Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Government of India and  president of ASRTU.

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Comments:

  1. skeptic says:

    BMTC will do anything but provide good, clean, cheap, punctual, safe transport. And I guess the Union has to come up with such awards for whatever purpose; and cleanliness obviously does not include operations and dealing, because this particular characteristic is common to all the State Transport Undertakings and so is assumed to be of a very high order.

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