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CSR Head Prakash Tewari Quits Jindal Steel & Power

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NEW DELHI: Prakash Tewari, Group Head- CSR & Education of Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL) has left JSPL after a successful spell of 4 years, an official informed INDIACSR. 31 March, 2016 is the last working day at the JSPL. Tewari is the welknown face in the realms of CSR and social development sector in country. He joined JSPL in September, 2012.

Prakash TewariBefore JSPL he was head, CSR and R&R (Resettlement and Rehabilitation) of Tata Power. Col. Prakash Tewari (Retd.) is an alumni of National Defence Academy.

Under his leadership, JSPL implemented various CSR projects in various locations of JSPL facilities in Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Jharkhand.

He has been awarded the 100 Most Impactful CSR Leader (Global Listing), Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction 2005 Award for distinguished professional leadership and personal commitment to ongoing programs in Asia by UNESCO. He was the Director Policy (Ecology) in the Integrated HQ Ministry of Defence, India, prior to joining the corporate world. He has been nominated as the Vice President, Board of Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction, U.S.A., and Member, Working Group Indian Ocean, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Since the last 30 years he has been working actively in the field of Disaster, Conflict, Environment and Natural Resource Management. He has executed projects on Biodiversity Conservation, Wasteland Development, Groundwater Rejuvenation, Rainwater Harvesting, Afforestation, Wetland Development, Arboriculture, Protection of Global Endangered Species, Waste Management, Non-conventional Energy Resources, Environment Education and Awareness. He has also executed programme in Himalayas for Himalayan Environment and Development aided by the World Bank for restoration of ecology.

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