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Ore Mines & Quarries Division of Tata Steel celebrated International Women`s Day

Joda:8/3/17:The Ore Mines & Quarries Division of Tata Steel celebrated International Women`s Day on March 8, 2017 at Joda and Noamundi with theme of the year ‘Be Bold for Change’. The day was celebrated with much fervour at different places like Ansaikela, Padapahar and Dudhvilla, Khondbond by Tata Steel Rural Development Society (TSRDS) and at Joda Valley Club by women employees group ‘Ekta’ of Tata Steel.
In a programme held at Joda Valley Club, women employees of Tata Steel gathered to celebrate the occasion with series of cultural performances, guest lectures and other programmes. Pankaj Satija, General
Manager (OMQ), graced the occasion as chief guest in both the programmes at Joda and Khondbond. In his address, Satija praised the contribution of women employees, specifically women working in shop floor in Tata Steel and cited several examples of women achievers in the world.
The programme at Joda Valley Club began with the formal inauguration by lighting the lamp by Mukesh Ranjan , Chief, Joda, Tata Steel, Shirish Shekhar, Chief, Khondbond Project, Tata Steel, Pravin Srivastava, Chief Raw Material Project, Chandana Pradhan, national level athlete, and Mussarat Iqbal,renowned social worker from Jamshedpur. This was followed by a cake cutting ceremony.
Parul Patawari,IPS, Keonjhar also joined on this occasion and inspired all women to touch great heights in their career.

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