The “Awards” Modi supporters circulate are full of Half-Truths or Plain Lies.

Is not the long list of awards mentioned by Madhu Kishwar’s in manushi.in a compelling proof of Modi’s administrative capabilities?

Impressive list, only issue, the award list is full of Half-Truths or Plain Lies.

From the award list given below, a random set is frequently created and posted on Facebook, proclaiming the awards as proofs of the achievement of Modi government.

The list is gross exaggeration of few awards and many of them are plain lies. Of the few actual awards, exact categorization and comparing the other winners of the awards will make awards pretty ordinary for a state government. Moreover, within the complete award winners of the list, the name of Delhi and Kerala governments comes so often, even laggard Uttar Pradesh has few noticeable mentions, you began to wonder is this the Gujarat Government award list.

Award #1(the most impressive)
United Nations Sasakawa Award in 2003.
Gujarat government did not win United Nations Sasakawa Award in 2003 as award winner is described as laureate (Gujarat stood technically 5th along with two others).

Award #3
Best Bio State Award, 2007.
There are no Bio State Awards, misleading, nothing to do with environment. The award are BioSpectrum Awards(India), 2007 “special” category winner was Gujarat and 2006 “special” category winner was Kapil Sibal.

Award #6
CAPAM Gold Award from Commonwealth Associations for Innovation in Governance.
2010 Gold Winner winner was Delhi (not Gujarat), latest 2012 Gold winner is Uttar Pradesh, first Gold medal winner (1998) was Madhya Pradesh under Digvijaya Singh.

Award #9
Nirmal Gram Award in 2010 to a village in Rajkot district in Gujarat by Government of India for sanitation facilities.
Total number of villages who won the award is staggering Twenty Eight Thousand.

Award #11
Gujarat tops among 35 states of the country in Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan.
Gujarat is 9th not first.

Award #12
Gujarat ranks 1st in the country in “Implementation of the 20 Point Programme” in 2010.
In 2010 Himachal Pradesh stood first, Gujarat was 4th.

Award #14
UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Award in 2005 for reconstruction of a Gurudwara damaged during the earthquake.
Misleading, totally a private matter.

Award #16
United Nation Public Service Award in 2010 for its role in transforming the delivery of public services and attention to grievances by application of technology.
Correctly, United Nation Public Service Award for Asia-Pacific region in one of five categories.
Totally, there are nine 1st place and four 2nd place winners from India. CMO Gujarat (Modi) came 2nd in one categories (2010). Whereas, two other CMO were placed 1st in different years, Delhi, Sheila Dixit and Kerala, Oommen Chandy (Congress).

Award #18 and Award #19
Gujarat Power Corporation Ltd bagged an award in the category of “Best Renewable Energy Project in India and the World for 2012” for its 214 MW solar park, the largest solar farm in Asia.
Award in “Top Investment and Infrastructure Excellent State in Energy and Power” category for 5 consecutive times since 2008 when the category was first introduced.
These awards are almost useless.
Awards were given by Enertia, a journal owned by Patel Engineering, with an upcoming 1,200 MW power project in Gujarat.

Award #21
National Award for Excellence in Cost Management in 2007 by the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India.
Award is for Excellence in Cost Management of a particular PSU (not Gujarat) for that particular year and there were 8 more winners that year (with many Central PSUs). BHEL (a Central PSU) is an eight time winner.

Award #5
E-governance award for the e-dhara project.
Annual GoI awards with lots of categories, Gujarat’s came up thrice (so has Kerala’s) in a list of 16 awards of 2006-07, Bihar was best state in 2011-12.

Award #4
Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Conservation Award 2006.
One of 50 or so annual awards by MoEF, GoI to various organisations and individuals.

Award #8
India Tech Excellence Award in 2009 by India Tech Foundation for Power sector reforms and initiatives.
Won by Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, 2009, one more “annual Indian Industry” award with multiple categories, past winners include Gujarat High Court 2009, BMC Mumbai 2011, AP 2012.

Award #10
ELITEX 2007- Best E-government State Award from Government of India.
Limited information, but clearly an annual award, limited to India. ELITEX is Electronic and Information Technology Exposition by Department of Information Technology.

Award #15
Gujarat ranks No. 1 in The Economic Freedom Index instituted by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation in 2005.
EFI is another word for “ease” of MNCs and big-corporations doing business. No issue with this award as it represents the economic path Modi trends.

Award #17
Innovation for India Award in 2010 in the public services category for “Jyotigram Yojana” for power and irrigation reform.
Marico is a business group, with a multi category annual awards, discounting this one, past winners include UIDAI project GoI, Azim Premji Foundation and Trichy Police Kerala.

Award #20
Scope Award by Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India 2008
Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE) awards are given every year in lots of categories (15-25), once in a particular year an award went to a Gujarati PSU. Nevertheless, it applies to one of the PSUs not whole state.

Award #22
National Award to Power Utilities of Gujarat in 2011 by Ministry of Power, Government of India.
Another multiple category annual award by a Central ministry, with about 15-25 recipients each year.

Award #2
(Skipped) India Today’s one, political magazine awards, no importance.

Award #7
(Skipped) Asian Innovation Award in 2006 at Singapore from Wall Street Journal and the Financial Express for Chiranjeevi Yojana (initiative for reducing maternal and infant mortality rate).
Wall Street Journal+Financial express (both news Journals), no importance.

Award #13
(Skipped) Modi was voted No. 1 Chief Minister by the people, thrice consecutively in five years in the India Today-ORG MARG Survey.
Another India Today award.

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Award #1

(the most impressive) United Nations Sasakawa Award in 2003

Madhu Kishwar’s half-truth, Gujarat did not win United Nations Sasakawa Award in 2003 as award winner is described as laureate (Gujarat stood technically 5th along with two others).

2003 UN Sasakawa Award recognizes global efforts in disaster reduction

Ms. Esther Tadzong of the Global Centre for Compliance, Hazard and Disaster Management in Cameroon is the 2003 UN Sasakawa Laureate for Disaster Reduction for her efforts in raising awareness and promoting community involvement in preparing for imminent disasters.

Certificates of Distinction were awarded to the Fundación para la Prevención del Riesgo Sísmico of Venezuela; Mr. Meda Gurudutt Prasad of the Coastal Area Disaster Mitigation Efforts of India; and Mr. Rafi Ahmad of the University of the West Indies, Jamaica. Certificates of Merit were awarded to Association Prévention 2000 of France; the Gujurat State Disaster Management Authority of India; and Dr. Jean-Pierre Massué of the Council of Europe, France.

The Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority got only Certificate of Merit, even behind another Indian Mr. Meda Gurudutt Prasad of the Coastal Area Disaster Mitigation Efforts of India. Above that Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority was established by Keshubhai Patel in Jan 2001, so realistically no way Modi can be attributed to the this by 2003.

In 2011 Bhubaneswar also got a recommendation.

Cities emerge top in United Nations-Sasakawa Award competition on innovative disaster risk reduction initiatives

Other winners included the city of Bhubaneswar (India), and the Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority, ERRA, an initiative of the Pakistan Government with support from the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), which both received a letter of recommendation.

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Award #3

Best Bio State Award, 2007
Madhu Kishwar’s half-truth, as there are no Bio State Awards, misleading, nothing to do with environment. The awards are BioSpectrum Awards(India), given by BioSpectrum, a pharma magazine. Moreover, outside main categories there is a “special” category.

In 2007, A “special” category award for Gujarat
Winners of BioSpectrum Awards 2007

Coming to the special category awards, the jury decided in favor of an award for the State of the Year. And Gujarat was unanimously chosen as the winner of the Biotech State of the Year for its impressive strides in biotech.

Other winners included AP in 2003 and Karnataka in 2010.

In 2006, “special” category was for “leadership” and Kapil Sibal was the awardee. 
BioSpectrum Awards 2006

Coming to the Special Category award, the jury members chose Kapil Sibal, minister for science and technology and ocean development, in consensus for the BioSpectrum Leadership Award in Biotechnology.

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Award #6

CAPAM Gold Award from Commonwealth Associations for Innovation in Governance.
Madhu Kishwar’s plain lie, 2010 Gold Winner winner was Delhi, “Innovation in Governance” is a one subcategory of the awards for CAPAM 2010, for which Gujarat won, moreover Delhi also had a sub-category award for Innovation in Government Services and Programmes.

Here is a list of past Gold Medal winners:

2012: Sugarcane Information Systems, Uttar Pradesh (CM Akhilesh Yadav, SP)
2010: Mission Convergence, Gov. of NCT of Delhi (CM Shiela Dixit, Cong)
2008: Traveller’s Road Information Portal (TRiP), Ontario, Canada
2006: eBario, University Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia
2004: Gujarat Emergency Earthquake, Reconstruction Project, Gujarat (CM Modi, BJP)
2002: Trichy Community Policing, Kerala (CM A. K. Antony, Cong)
2000: Malappuram CBNP, State Poverty Eradication Mission (Kudumbashree), Kerala (CM E. K. Nayanar, CPM)
1998: Education Guarantee Scheme, Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Madhya Pradesh (CM Digvijaya Singh, Cong).

The Silver and catogory awards are too many to mention, refer CAPAM Awards | CAPAM.org

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Award #9

Nirmal Gram Award in 2010 to a village in Rajkot district in Gujarat by Government of India for sanitation facilities.

First the award 13 panchayat presidents receive Nirmal Gram Puraskar

The award is given by President of India to the presidents of panchayats that did well in maintaining hygiene in their respective villages by operating women sanitary complexes well, preventing open area defecation, maintaining school hygiene etc.

Total number of winners till now, is staggering Twenty Eight Thousand villages, not a single village in Rajkot. GP Awarded Summary Till 2010.

The number for year 2010 are 2808, with Maharashtra topping the list with about 700 winners.

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Award #11

Gujarat tops among 35 states of the country in Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan
Another Madhu Kishwar’s plain lie, first time in 2011-2012 did Gujarat broke into top 10 and was placed 9th.

Gujarat ranks ninth in quality of education

Gujarat broke into the top 10 securing the ninth rank in the country for the year 2011-12 as far as improving the quality of education in elementary schools is concerned.

The news is significant because Gujarat’s performance has improved compared to previous years. According to officials of the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), the state stood at 14th in the composite educational development index 2010-11 (for primary and upper primary levels) and 15th in 2009-10.

It’s UTs of Lakshadweep, Puducherry, Daman & Diu, Delhi and perhaps joined Kerala. who had historic advantage in education sphere are usual top performers on the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan Index.

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Award #12

Gujarat ranks 1st in the country in “Implementation of the 20 Point Programme” in 2010.
Another Madhu Kishwar’s half-truth, In 2010 its Himachal Pradesh Pradesh that stood first, Gujarat was 4th.

Last three annual winners are
2012 Andhra Pradesh,  Himachal Pradesh
2011 Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh
2010 Himachal Pradesh
State set to rank top in 20-point programme: Tulasi Reddy 

Himachal tops in implementation of 20-Point programme
Himachal top performer in implementing 20-point programme
The Hindu : Andhra Pradesh

‘We stood first in implementation of the 20-Point Programme during 2009-2010. This showed the government is committed to the implementation of socio-economic programmes,’ he told reporters.
Under this programme, Himachal’s achievement is four points more than Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu (96 percent) and six points (94 percent) than Gujarat.

But yeah, Gujarat did stood first for a quarter of an year. Gujarat tops in Centre’s 20-pt scheme

Gujarat was ranked first for performance during April-July 2010 followed by Karnataka, Jharkhand, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh.

Curiously this is a program of Indira Gandhi from “Garibi Hatao” time (more than 3 decades old idea), now modified for UPA’s National Common Minimum Programme (NCMP). Don’t know why on NDA side will feel proud to have an award in this category. 20 Points Program

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Award #14

UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Award in 2005 for reconstruction of a Gurudwara damaged during the earthquake.
So what, Gurudwara paid, a private company from New Delhi did the work.

Lakhpat Gurudwara, India

Project Title: Lakhpat Gurudwara
Date of Completion: September 2003
Costs: US$43,200
Client: Shri Guru Nanak Education Society,  Gandhidham, Kar Sewa Gurudwara Chandar Sahib, Patshahi Pahili, Bharuch, Gujarat
Heritage Architect & Contractor: Cultural Resources Conservation Initiative (CRCI), New Delhi

Anyways, the within Indian awardees, the award list is dominated by Maharashtra.

Awards of Distinction (top award two lower categories more):
UNESCO Office in Bangkok: 2013
Previous Heritage Awards (2000-2012)

2013: Lal Chimney Compound, Mumbai
2012: Sethna Buildings, Wadia Street, Mumbai
2012: Historic Water System of Hampi, Vitthala Precinct, Hampi, Karnataka
2011: Sumda Chun Gonpa in Leh
2008: Convocation Hall, Mumbai
2005: Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai
2005: Mehrangarh Fort, Rajasthan
2004: Lakhpat Gurudwara, Lakhpat Village, Kuchchh District, Gujarat
2002: Ahhichatragarh, The Fort of Nagaur, Rajasthan
2001: Krishan Temple, Punjab
2000: Chanwar Palkhiwalon-ki-Haveli, Rajasthan

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Award #16

United Nation Public Service Award in 2010 for its role in transforming the delivery of public services and attention to grievances by application of technology.
Correctly, United Nation Public Service Award for Asia-Pacific region in one of five categories.
Totally, till now,  there are nine 1st place and four 2nd place winners from IndiaCMO Gujarat (Modi) came 2nd in one of the Award Categories (2010). Whereas, two other CMO were placed 1st in different years Delhi (Sheila Dixit, 2005) and Kerala (Oommen Chandy, 2013). 

UN Public Service Awards
The Indian Awardee list for United Nations Public Service Awards (Asia-Pacific)

2013
Category : Preventing and Combating Corruption in the Public Service
1st Place: Chief Minister’s Office, Kerala
Category : Improving the Delivery of Public Services
2nd Place: District Administration, Dhanbad Swavalamban
Category : Promoting Gender-Responsive Delivery of Public Services
2nd Place: Madhya Pradesh government’s Graamin Haat

2012
Category : Improving the Delivery of Public Services
1st Place: Aarogyam, District Health Society, Uttar Pradesh
2nd Place: MP Public Delivery Act, Madhya Pradesh

2011
Category : Improving the Delivery of Public Services
1st Place: Mission Convergence, Government of Delhi

Category : Promoting Gender-Responsive Delivery of Public Services
1st Place: Swanchetan Society for Mental Health

2010
Improving transparency, accountability and responsiveness in the public service
2nd Place: State-Wide Attention on Grievances by Application of Technology , Chief Minister’s Office, Government of Gujarat

2009
Category : Fostering participation in policy-making decisions through innovative
mechanisms
Winner: H.E. Mr. V.S.Gadhavi, IAS., Secretary for Water Supply, Government of Gujarat

2008
Category : Fostering participation in policy-making decisions through innovative
mechanisms
Winner: Programme of Communitization of Public Institutions and Services, Government of Nagaland India

2007
Category : Improving Transparency, Accountability, and Responsiveness in the Public Service
Winner: Mr. Bikshapati K, IT & C Deptt, Government of Andhra Pradesh

2006
Category : Improving the Delivery of Public Services
Winner: Online delivery of land records, Revenue Department, Government of Karnataka

2005
Category : Improving Transparency, Accountability, and Responsiveness in the Public
Winner: India, Bhagidari Cell, Office of the Chief Minister, Government of NCT

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Award #18 and Award #19

Another of Madhu Kishwar’s half-truths
Gujarat Power Corporation Ltd bagged an award in the category of “Best Renewable Energy Project in India and the World for 2012” for its 214 MW solar park, the largest solar farm in Asia.
Award in “Top Investment and Infrastructure Excellent State in Energy and Power” category for 5 consecutive times since 2008 when the category was first introduced

She wrote 2 long lines to explain awards but forgot to mention that who gave these awards, Enertia, a journal owned by Patel Engineering, whose group company is establishing a 1,200 MW power project in Gujarat.

Useless awards, almost equivalent to Gujarat government giving itself the award.

Gujarat’s power sector wins five Enertia Awards
Enertia awards for power sector

Enertia, an engineering and technology strategy management journal on sustainable energy and power, is supported by Mumbai- based infrastructure major Patel Engineering.

Patel Engineering Ltd Stock History

During the year 2007-08, the company acquired 51% stake in Michigan Engineers (Michigan), a Mumbai based urban Infrastructure Company and 96% stake in Patel Energy, which entered into an MOU with Gujarat Power Corporation, Government of Gujarat for establishing a 1,200 MW imported coal-based power project at Ghogha, Bhavnagar.

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Award #21

National Award for Excellence in Cost Management in 2007 by the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India
It’s Excellence in Cost Management of a particular PSU (not Gujarat) for that particular year and there were 8 more winners that year (with many Central PSUs).

Just, one more multi-category annual award, nothing significant about a Gujarati PSU getting in once in awhile.

BHEL has been winning a category continuously since 2005
BHEL wins ICAI National Award for Excellence in cost management for the 8th consecutive year

There are no less than 9 categories, look into categories
Welcome to The Institute of Cost Accountants of India Website :: Media Centre

Category I: Private -Manufacturing: Organisation (Large)
Category II: Private-Manufacturing: Organisation (Medium)
Category III: Private-Manufacturing: Organisation (Small)
Category IV: Public Manufacturing: Organisation (Large)
Category V: Public -Manufacturing: Organisation (Medium)
Category VI: Private-Service Sector (Large)
Category VII: Private-Service Sector (Medium)
Category VIII: Public -Service Sector (Large)
Category IX: Public-Service Sector (Medium)

Can a state government be attributed for  “Best Cost practice” of a one of its PSUs within his watch, doubtful to negative. Does “best cost practices” apply outside that particular PSU, of course not.

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Award #5

E-governance award for the e-dhara project (aimed at computerization of land records). The list of these annual awards is so long that I was tired of counting states (even IRCTC is one of 2006 winners).
CSI Awards

CSI Awards 2006-07 

  1. Best e-Governed State Gujarat
  2. Progressive e-Governance States (Joint Winners) Goa, Jharkhand & Kerala
  3. Best e-Governed Department (Joint Winners) Dept. of Health & Family Welfare, Gujarat & Dept. of Electricity, Lakshadweep
  4. Special Jury Award (for Departments) e-Department of Education, NCT Delhi
  5. Best e-Governance Project – G2 (Joint Winners) e-Procurement, Gujarat VAT Information Systems, Gujarat
    Runner-Up Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO), Nagpur
  6. Best e-Governance Project – G2C(Rural) Child Record Information System (ChRIS), Madhya Pradesh
    Runner-Up Samadhan Ek Din Me, Madhya Pradesh
  7. Best e-Governance Project – G2c(Urban & Rural) (Joint Winners) Centralized Allotment Process for the Professional Course Admissions (CAPNic), Kerala 
    Web Based Rail Reservation (Internet Ticketing), IRCTC
  8. Best e-Governance Project – G2G/G2E (Joint Winners) Integrated Information System for Food Grains Management (IISFM), FCI 
    DC* Suite, Palakkad, Kerala
    Runner-Up Basic Services/Amenities Management Programme (PARAKH), Madhya Pradesh

To understand the exclusivity of the awards,
CSI Awards 2011-12 top ones

Award of Excellence :State of Bihar

Awards of Appreciation:
Green e-Governance : State of Odisha
Capacity Building: State of Rajasthan
Jury Appreciation: State of Delhi

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Award #4

Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Conservation Award 2006, by Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India
This is one of 15 or so (with multiple sub-categories) annual awards by MoEF, GoI. Is there anything great about this is, others states too regularly get them.
Ministry of Environment & Forests : Fellowships and Awards

The Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Conservation Award is given annually in two categories for outstanding contribution to conservation of wildlife to an official/non-official person and institution.

Past winner list include.
Madhya Pradesh 2007
Prakash Amte and Aseem Srivastava, 2006
S Deb Roy, 2001
Mike Pandey, 2004
IFS officer HS Negi, 2005

The award News & Events | Media Corner | GEER Foundation
GEER Foundation, Gandhinagar has been awarded “Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Conservation Award-2006” on 6th October, 2008 by the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India, New Delhi for the research and awareness programmes pertaining to conservation, research and education of nature and wildlife.

Now, lets see what’s GEER, Gujarat
Introduction | About us | GEER Foundation
Gujarat Ecological Education and Research (GEER) Foundation was formed in June 1982 by the Forests & Environment Department of Government of Gujarat.

GEER it is a research center (with a library of 2000+ books) along with a zoo (with Rs 20 entry fee). I fail to see how an research organization working since 1982 can be attributed to Modi or even whole of Gujarat.

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Award #8

India Tech Excellence Award in 2009 by India Tech Foundation for Power sector reforms and initiatives : won by Ahmadabad Municipal Corporation
One more “annual Indian Industry”  award with multiple categories, winners include
1. Gujarat HC in 2009
2. BMC, Mumbai 2011
3. AP 2012

The website is India Tech Foundation, which even does not list the Award categories and past winner, so much for this “Technology” awards.

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Award #10

ELITEX 2007- Best E-government State Award from Government of India
Limited information, but clearly an annual award, limited to India. ELITEX is Electronic and Information Technology Exposition by Department of Information Technology.

One link is this ELITEX’2011
One other winner is Himachal Pradesh won 1st prize at ELITEX -2008
Search to ELITEX 2007 returned no award related information.

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Award #15

Gujarat ranks No. 1 in The Economic Freedom Index instituted by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation in 2005
Don’t know what EFI are for RGF, but generally. EFI is another word for “ease” of MNCs and big-corporations doing business. Well in line with Modi’s economic policies. No issue with this award as it represent the economic path Modi trends.

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Award #17

Innovation for India Award in 2010 in the public services category for “Jyotigram Yojana” for power and irrigation reform.
Marico is a business group, so discounting this one, anyways, past winners include UIDAI project GoI, Azim Premji Foundation, Defence Institute of High Altitude Research, Kudumbashree Kerala Govt and Trichy Police Kerala.

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Award #20

Scope Award by Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India 2008
Misleading, Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE) awards are given in lots of categories to Public Sector Enterprises, SCOPE Awards 2008-09 & 2007-08 one entity connected to Gujarat won, Meritorious Awards for Environmental Excellence Maharishi Patel, MD Gujarat State Finance Corporation.

This year 15 categories are already announced
Standing Conference of Public Enterprises and :: SCOPE : Award

The list of awardees SCOPE every year is long one (15-20), no big deal one award went to a Gujarati connection (after all Gujarat is one of India’s most industrialized state).

Check out the long lists
SCOPE awards presented 
ONGC, SAIL, IOC to receive SCOPE Meritorious Awards 2011-12

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Award #22

National Award to Power Utilities of Gujarat in 2011 by Ministry of Power, Government of India.
There were no less 25 award winners for “Power” performance in 2004-05.This award is just another multiple category annual awards by a Central ministry. 

Awardees in 2004-2005 and 2005-2006

The Gold Shield Winner,  Power utilities awarded for meritorious performance, Year 2004-05 is as below
1. Reliance Energy
2. APGENCO, Andhra Pradesh
3. Nuclear Power Corporation of India
4. NTPC, India
5. HPGCL, Haryana
6. Narmada Hydroelectric Development Corporation
7. KPCL, Karnataka
8. Power Grid, India
9. Power Grid, India
10. KPTCL, Karnataka
11. Torrent Power

To above 11, add 8 Silver and 6 Bronze Shield winners in that year.

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One Response to The “Awards” Modi supporters circulate are full of Half-Truths or Plain Lies.

  1. Aakash Johry says:

    Kudos to the research effort, but I guess it won’t matter to the blind worshipers chanting Namo. They were never keen on facts.

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