In News: SAIL to invest 4000 crs/SAIL women employees/ Birhor children
SAIL, Tata Steel and Dalmia in Investors’ Meet
In Investors’ meet- Steel Authourity of India Limited (SAIL) stated that it will build a pellet plant in Gua Mines, investing ₹4000 crores in the state in 3 years. Meanwhile, Tata Steel Ltd will work in the field of coal and iron ore mines and steel production in the next 3 years by investing ₹ 3000 crores. Dalmia Bharat will invest ₹758 crore. This investment will be in new cement units, solar power plants and solid waste management. Adhunik Power will invest ₹1900 crore in the power and natural resources sector.
On Saturday, the industry secretary and representatives of companies signed an MoU for investment of about ₹10,000 thousand crores in the investors’ meet. Chief Minister, Hemant Soren said “we are working on tourism, education, automobile, food processing, pharma etc. In Renewable Energy, we are coming soon with a big project. The country’s largest floating solar plant is going to be set up in our state which will generate electricity on a large scale”. Soren also hosted a roundtable meeting with industrial houses to discuss the draft EV Policy in New Delhi.
Women employees at SAIL are praised for their dynamism
Union steel minister, RCP Singh on Saturday appreciated women employees for presenting their dynamism at work places. He stated, that present and future leadership of SAIL. Women employees setting new standards of dynamism and achievements. RCP had visited Durgapur Steel Plant (DSP). He there appreciated women employees for their dynamism.
BSL takes care of Birhor children
BSL adopted the first batch of 15 Birhor (primitive tribe) children in 2001, and provided them free board, lodging, dresses and education till Class-X under the Gyan Jyoti Yojana. Later, their +2 education was also sponsored and they were trained in the ITI run by BSL. The second batch of 15 Birhor children were adopted in 2012. These children live under the love and care of Bokaro Steel, getting free board, lodging, dresses and education. They are getting the developmental opportunities of the modern world, without having to shun their own cultural moorings.