Bengaluru: State-run transport utility KSRTC has bagged two awards at the annual ASRTU (Association of State Road Transport Undertakings) National Public Transport Innovation Awards in Gujarat.
The awards, announced at the 59th annual conference of STU recently, were in recognition of two KSRTC projects.
One of the project is a staff duty rota system which helps in leave management and duty assignments of 37,831 employees.
“Allocation of duty and leave management is very critical and this project ensures removal of manual process, brings transparency and eradicates corruption,” a statement from KSRTC said. The other project was the move towards increased usage of alternative fuels in KSRTC buses. “Fuel blending, clean development mechanism project, surprise and regular emission checks, afforestation, solar lighting, water recycling, rain water harvesting and new technology adoption are some of the programmes run by KSRTC,” the statement said.
KSRTC managing director Rajender Kumar Kataria received the awards. ASRTU consists of 62 members from various states.
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