Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD) gives boost to Okhamandal tourism

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 Successfully trains Gujarat Police for Okhamandaltourism project

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AHMEDABAD: Tata Chemicals Limited (TCL) set up the Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD) in Mithapur, Gujarat in the year 1980 to promote its social objectives for the communities in and around Mithapur, Babrala and Haldia facilities.TCSRD recently organized soft skill training for 13 police staff members of Okhamandalat TCSRD training centre.The trainingwas focused on emotional intelligence quotient and empowered the police staff memberswith self-motivation techniques of developing a positive attitude, stress management tips and suggestions to manage large number of tourists visiting Okhamandal every year.

tata chemicalsIn Gujarat, there is a saying, ‘Okho Jag ThiNokho’ which means‘There is no other place like Okhamandal’. Gujarat Government is working towards positioning this region as a tourist spot andbeing part of this community; Tata Chemicals was glad to provide soft-skills/self-motivation training to thepolice staff members of the regionbesides sharing recommendations for managing 50 lakh tourists who visit Okhamandal every year.

Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD): Improving the quality of life and fostering sustainable and integrated development in the communities where it operates is central to Tata Chemicals’ corporate philosophy. Tata Chemicals Limited (TCL) set up the Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD) in 1980 to promote its social objectives for the communities in and around Mithapur, where its facility is located. The service was further extended to the communities in and around its Babrala and Haldia facilities.

The Society works to protect and nurture the rural populations in and around TCL’s facilities, and helps people achieve self-sufficiency in natural resource management, provide livelihood support and help in building health and education infrastructure.

Taking into account the different geographical spread of the three regions and their individual subcultures, different environmental, economic and social development programs have been planned and implemented in these regions.

TCSRD is on track to achieve its goal of impacting the lives of a million people by 2015.

 

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