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Rural Electrification Corporation showcases GARV App at the IITF 2016


Apart from exhibiting the company’s key activities, initiatives and achievements, the stall showcases the new version of the GARV mobile app which makes tracking the status of rural electrification in India easier and more accurate.

By PPFI Team

November 15, 2016

REC has put up a stall in Power Pavilion at the 36th India International Trade Fairat PragatiMaidan, New Delhi depicting the central theme ‘Digital India – Power to Empower’.

Apart from exhibiting the company’s key activities, initiatives and achievements, the stall showcases the new version of the GARV mobile app which makes tracking the status of rural electrification in India easier and more accurate.


The first day saw the visit of Ms. Shalini Prasad, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Power and Shri Raj Pal, Economic Advisor, Ministry of Power along with several senior officers from various PSUs under the Ministry. The stall will be on display till 27th November, 2016.



Salient features of GARV App:

  • Real-time dashboard
  • Paper-less working
  • Capturing village-wise milestones
  • Uploading photographs/ GPS coordinates
  • Timely highlighting of implementation hurdles if any
  • Habitation-wise infrastructure
  • Allows offline data entry


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