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As the  guardian and leader of the oil behemoth that ONGC is, CMD, ONGC, Mr. D K Sarraf  was conferred the award for ‘Legend CMD of the Year’ for ‘Turning ONGC into the  Highest Profit Making PSU’ during the News Ink National Awards 2016, held at  Hotel Grand Hyatt, Mumbai on July 18, 2016.

Mr. Sarraf has  been the shaping force behind steering this giant organization in these  challenging times of falling oil prices amidst global turmoil. Leading from the  front, he is inspiring the organization towards a spiraling growth trajectory  by engaging the largely talented workforce of the organization at a higher  degree of competence.

The citation was received by GGM-Head Regional Office, S Gopinath, on behalf of Chairman Managing Director, ONGC, DK Sarraf, who could not be present due to  pressing assignments. The award was handed over by Chairperson, SBI, Ms.Arundhati Bhattacharya.

Head Regional Office, S Gopinath, ONGC Mumbai receiving the award Head Regional Office, S Gopinath, ONGC Mumbai receiving the award

While  addressing the gathering, Mr. Gopinath said, “ONGC has been committed  to the cause of energy security of the nation and added that the award will be  a great motivator in carrying the mantle forward.” These awards are the true recognition for devotion and  result orientation of our top management, who is a custodian of values and  trust while striving to set new yardsticks in corporate sustainability  practices, he added.

Not just in  the 25 sectors in India but also the 17 countries that we are present in  worldwide, ONGC’s aim has always been sustainable growth, making a difference  in all the areas that the organization operates in, remarked Mr. Gopinath.

This award has been conferred by News Ink  Media Group after a comprehensive analysis based on the following parameters –

  • Planning and Strategy adopted
  • Bold Decisions taken at Time of Crisis
  • Implementation & Cost Cutting  Model
  • Innovative Financial & Resource  Management
  • Human Resource Policy for Optimal Use  of Potential

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