INDIACSR News Network
BILASPUR (Chhattisgarh): In a major flip towards nurture and enrich the lives of primitive Baiga tribe, NTPC Sipat has provided Rs. 4 lakh financial assistance to district administration. This money will be spent for running the developmental programmes more effective way to make them socially and economically empowered to lead a dignified meaningful life.
Baiga tribe are those primitive tribes found in central India’s dense forest of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. After independence various developmental programmes have been carried out by central and state governments towards their development. In Chhattisgarh also various developmental programmes are carried out by state government.
Under these developmental schemes action plan on education, health and employment of Baiga’s are being running by Bilaspur district administration. In order to educate the children of Baiga tribe, they are getting enrolled in residential schools, where they get good environment for education and sports. Apart from this various self employment training programmes are being running to provide them self employment to earn their daily needs.
As a dedicate player in carrying out its corporate social responsibility and to implement those developmental programmes more effectively members of NTPC Sipat management handed over the cheque of Rs. 4 lakh to Addl. Collector, Bilaspur, Shri Nilkanth Tekam. Earlier in the year 2011 also NTPC Sipat had provided this much amount to district administration.