NTPC-Sipat Dedicates CC Roads and Distribute Stitching Machine


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ntpc sipat.jpg BILASPUR (Chhattisgarh): Spreading its community outreach programme for providing better infrastructure facility in the surrounding villges, Executive Director NTPC-Sipat Y V Rao dedicated the concrete roads for public use on Feb 12, 2014.

The concrete roads from channel to Sipat Panchayat and Janji main road to Devtal have been constructed at a cost of Rs.41.5 lacs.

Speaking on this occasion Executive Director, Y V Rao lauded NTPC’s effort to enhance more and more value based community outreach programme in the surrounding villages.

Infrastructure development in the affected villages has been the priority of NTPC from the beginning. Under this activity NTPC construct school building, girl’s lavatory in schools, community centers, hospital building, roads, deepening of water bodies and construction of bathing place and entry points, crematorium etc.

ntpc sipat csrOn this occasion Executive Director Y V Rao and President Sangwari Mahila Samiti Padma Rao provided stitching machine to the trained ladies of stitching and embroidery training centre being run by NTPC Sipat under Chief Minister-Skill Development Programme.

Under this programme NTPC provides six month free training on stitching and embroidery to the unemployed ladies and girls of village Sipat, Janji and Kaudia at a intake capacity of 20 each.

After successful completion they are provided stitching machine and certificate from NTPC, which will help them to earn threir lively hood by using their training skills.

On this occasion General Manager (Technical services and Project) N J Jadhav, General Manager (Operation) P K Upadhyaya, Head of Human Resources D K Patel, members of ledies club, Sarpanch of all three villages and villagers were present.
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