The Parliament panel committee on Official Language visited the Oil India Limited (OIL) headquarters in Upper Assam’s Duliajan and pipeline headquarters in Guwahati from September 20 to 21.
The Sub-Committee comprising of Ram Chandra Jangra, executive chairman and convener of the Sub-Committee and other members Srirang Appa Barane, Shyam Singh Yadav, Iranna Kadadi and Sujit Kumar appreciated the efforts being made by Oil India Limited regarding the progress of implementation of official language at OIL’s field headquarters at Duliajan and pipeline headquarters in Guwahati.
Dharmaraj Khatik, Sahdev Singh and Mukesh Kumar were also present in the meeting on behalf of the Parliamentary Committee on Official Language.
OIL director (HR) Ashok Das, was present at the meeting along with OIL’s resident chief executive (RCE) Prasanta Borkakoty, chief general manager (admin) Arunjyoti Baruah, officer (OL) Diganta Deka, who attended the meeting on behalf of FHQ, Duliajan.
The pipeline headquarters was represented by chief general manager (pipeline services) Abhijit Borgohain,, chief general manager (HR & administration) Madhurjya Barua and deputy general manager (OL) Harekrishna Barman.
Dr R Jha, deputy general manager (OL), Corporate Office, Noida and Dr VM Bareja, deputy general manager (OL), Kolkata Office were also present in the meeting. The inspection tour was coordinated by OIL’s pipeline headquarters in Guwahati.
Before starting the inspection process, all the members, including the executive chairman of the First Sub-committee of the Committee of Parliament on Official Language, visited the official language exhibition organized by OIL on this occasion.
The efforts being made by OIL for the promotion of the Official Language Hindi were highly appreciated and expressed the desire to continue such efforts in future.