21 Employees of Tata Steel honoured with Prime Minister’s ‘Shram’ awards

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JAMSHEDPUR:  The Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, conferred the prestigious Prime Minister’s Shram Awards for the years 2008, 2009 and 2010, on twenty one employees of Tata Steel at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi, today.

Dr Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India, gave away the Shram Devi award to Ms Parvati, while other eminent dignitaries present on the occasion, including Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Hon’ble Minister of Labour & Employment, gave away the awards to others. The awards included cash prize for different categories of Shram award and ‘Sanad’ as a mark of recognition for the exemplary dedication of each of the awardees towards their work sphere.

The names of the awardees in order of year of nomination as are follows:

Sl No Award Year Employee Awardees Will Receive
1 Shram Bhushan 2008 Samrendra Kumar Singh Cash Award of Rs 1 Lakh and a ‘Sanad’
2009
2 2010 Sachikanta Mahato and Rajesh Kumar Dwivedi (Jointly)
3 Swapan Bera
4 Shram Veer 2008 Tarun Kumar Ghosh Cash Award of Rs 60 Thousand and a ‘Sanad’
5 Bijan Kumar Sharma
6 Raju Sharma
7 2009 G.B Pattanayak
8 2010 Rajesh, R Vijay Kumar, Umesh Kumar Mishra (Jointly)
9 Sarat Kumar Mahanta
10 Sankarsana Biswal
11 Subodh Kumar Sahay
12 Shram Shree 2008 Laxman Singh Cash Award  of Rs 40 Thousand and a ‘Sanad’
13 Pramod Prasad
14 2009 Debashish Chakravarty
15 Anil Kumar
16 Amar Prasad Ghosh
17 P Narayan Rao
18 Ram Anuj Nishad
19 2010 Pintu Mohan Kundu
20 Niranjan Kar
21 Shram Devi 2008 Parwat

 The Prime Minister’s Shram Awards were instituted in the year 1985 for the Public Sector. Its objective is to recognize outstanding contributions made by workmen as defined in the Industrial Dispute Act, 1947.

This award was extended to the Private Sector in 2004. It recognizes workmen who have distinguished record of performance, devotion to duty of a high order, specific contribution in the field of productivity, proven innovative abilities, presence of mind and exceptional courage. It is also for workmen who have made supreme sacrifice of laying down their lives in the conscientious discharge of their duties.

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