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Durgapur Steel Plant organises workshop on pocurement through Government e-Marketplace

Durgapur, Feb 22 (UNI) Durgapur Steel Plant (DSP) organised a day-long workshop on ‘Procurement through Government e-Marketplace (GeM) today at the Centre for Human Resources of the plant itself.
The workshop was inaugurated by Anirban Dasgupta, CEO, IISCO Steel Plant (ISP), Burnpur, who is in additional charge of DSP and Alloys Steel Plant (ASP) also, in presence of Executive Directors of DSP and ASP, GMs and other senior officials.
The senior officials from Materials Management, Finances and Technical Cell of DSP, ASP and ISP also attended the workshop to understand the process of procurement through GeM.
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