Funding for Brighter Tomorrow A Maharatna Company

E-Integrity Pledge
1. Vigilance Contact Details
DO NOT PAY BRIBE, if anyone in PFC/PFCCL or on behalf of PFC/PFCCL asks for it. If you have any information of corruption in this organisation or if you are a victim, you can complain* to the following

Shri Ravinder Singh Dhillon

Chairman-&-Managing Director

PFC Limited, Urjanidhi,1, Barakhamba Lane, New Delhi-110001.

Tel : +91-11- 23456941

Fax : +91-11- 23456945

Email id :

Smt. Simmi R Nakra

Chief Vigilance Officer

PFC Limited, Urjanidhi,1, Barakhamba Lane, New Delhi-110001.

Tel : +91-11- 23456952

Fax : +91-11-23456955

Email id :

* Complaint can be lodged only against officials of PFC/PFCCL.
2. How to make a complaint

Complaints can be lodged by addressing the written communication (letter or email), directly to the CMD or CVO. Complaints sent through written communication (letter or email) should be signed and contain complete details of the complainant viz. postal address, mobile/telephone number, etc. if any with specific details/information of the matter. No action would be taken on the anonymous/ pseudonymous complaints and such complaints should be filed.

Anonymous & Pseudonymous (329 KB)

3. Public Interest Disclosure & Protection of Informer (PIDPI) Complaints

The Government of India has authorized the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) as the ‘Designated Agency’ to receive written complaints for disclosure on any allegation of corruption or misuse of office and recommend appropriate action. Hence, Complaints under PIDPI may be made to the CVC as per CVC Guidelines.

4. About Vigilance

The CVO heads the Vigilance Division of an Organisation and acts as an advisor to the Chief Executive in all matters pertaining to vigilance. Vigilance functions to be performed by the CVO are of wide sweep and include collecting intelligence about the corrupt practices committed, or likely to be committed by the employees of his Organisation; investigating or causing an investigation to be made into allegations reported to him; processing investigation reports for further consideration of the disciplinary authority concerned; referring the matters to the Commission for advice wherever necessary; taking steps to prevent improper practices and commission of misconducts, etc. Thus, the CVO’s functions can broadly be divided into three categories, as under: -

(i) Preventive vigilance

(ii) Punitive vigilance

(iii) Surveillance and detection

5. Systemic Improvements
The Vigilance Unit of the PFC regularly suggests preventive steps and systemic improvement to PFC Management. A number of systemic improvements have been carried out for simplification & streamline the processes and to reduce the incidents of discretion. Some of the systemic improvements carried out recently have been placed on the website.

Systemic Improvements(189 KB)

6. Important Activities by Vigilance Unit
To create awareness of vigilance for the benefit of the employees of the organisation, the Vigilance Unit regularly carries out trainings and workshops.