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Tata Steel

Tata Steel through its CSR activities has contributed to local and regional economic and social development in myriad ways. Their initiatives have focused on helping the poor and the underprivileged. They also have a strong emphasis on the importance of education as an enabling tool. During Tata Volunteering Week, the employees visited the Vinobha Bhave Leprosy Centre in Burmamines, Jamshedpur; interacted with the elderly; conducted a session for women and children on the Power of 49 and organised a literacy camp in Jharkhand


Volunteer speak

Paras Sharma: Our team visited Hind Ashram, Burmamines, Jamshedpur, with 200 food packets. On our arrival, the inmates and Mukhiya of the ashram welcomed us. The chairman, HRM JDC, addressed the gathering on JN Tata's philosophy. We distributed the food packets among the inmates. We observed the happiness on their faces. They recited 'Jaikara' in the name of our great Founder JN Tata. It was a great moment for us. 

Bishwajeet Kumar: Fortunately I reside in a suburban area at Adityapur, Jamshedpur. There are a few underprivileged children who stay near my house. I try to provide them with books and study material. I focus on school-based studying but more on motivational and general studies. Study-time is followed by games where I involve my daughter also. The children have become more confident and I have gained great satisfaction. I also take advantage of the skills of my wife who is a professional teacher. I have been doing this for more than 20 years. We could have kept a paid teacher for them but the satisfaction and experience of doing things personally is unmatched.