Tata Steel celebrates 180th Founder’s Day

Homage to J N Tata at Administrative Building

WEST BOKARO:  West Bokaro division of Tata Steel celebrated the 180th birth anniversary of its Founder, Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata with lots of fun and frolic on Sunday.

The celebrations started with a ‘Prabhat Pheri’ by hundreds of school children from various schools from West Bokaro along with employees of Tata Steel as a tribute to the founder.

The employees, union officials, school children and teachers paid homage to the founder by garlanding the bust of J N Tata.

In line with its founder JN Tata’s principle of making welfare of the communities the primary purpose of business, a multi-specialty mega health camp was organised by Tata Steel Rural Development Society (TSRDS) at Community Centre, Rajendra Nagar, West Bokaro.

More than 400 patients were provided specialized consultation by doctors from TSRDS, West Bokaro unit. The patients were also provided with free medicines and pathological investigations.

At Tata Central Hospital, West Bokaro, the Founder’s Day was celebrated by distributing fruits and special meal to all its indoor patients.

The celebrations at West Bokaro Division concluded with a Girls Football Tournament which was organized By TSRDS at Sports Complex, West Bokaro followed by a tribal cultural event and distribution of musical instruments (Mandra Nagada) to around 50 local tribal performers.

(Reported by India CSR Network)

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