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April 21, 2018

Tata Steel Skill Development Society (TSSDS) and Enable India joined hands, inaugurated ‘Sabal’ centre for disabled

Noamundi : Taking forward the people-oriented culture of diversity and inclusion, Tata Steel at Noamundi on the occasion of International Day for Persons With Disabilities (PWD), inaugurated a Centre for abilities “SABAL” for PWD on December 3, 2017.

“SABAL” is a joint initiative of Tata Steel Skill Development Society (TSSDS) and Enable India for PWD. Enable India is a premier institute that has been shaping up lives of PWD over the years in India. TSSDS, promoted by Tata Steel, is targeted towards enhancing the technical skills of the youth of Jharkhand.

“SABAL” will groom PWD for a brighter future by offering various courses like training for trainers programme, disability awareness workshops, digital literacy programme, career awareness workshops, foundation course in computer and employability and similar need-based initiatives. Recently, for the first time Tata Steel ran a campaign to identify PWD in and around Noamundi. All identified PWD were later connected to Unique Disability ID scheme of the government. Today, a total of 40 such PWD were presented with Disability Certificate from government of India, which will now aid them to avail all benefits of government related polices for PWD.

The evening concluded with Disability Awareness Session, demonstration of Reading Without Seeing ability and cultural programmes by PWD at Officers’ Club, Noamundi.

Dr Asim Kumar Sinha, Deputy Director General Mines Safety, South Eastern Zone, Ranchi inaugurated the Centre along with Mr Pankaj Satija, General Manager, Ore Mines & Quarries (OMQ) Division, Tata Steel.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Satija said: “At Tata Steel, we encourage and celebrate diversity & inclusion and this is one such initiative in this respect that will help shape the future of PWD.”

Present on the occasion were Ms Basanti Gope, Paralegal Worker, Chaibasa, Mr Vikash Dodarajka, Child Protection Activists, Chaibasa, Mr Biren Bhuta, Chief, Corporate Social Responsibility, Tata Steel and Mr Allen Joseph, Unit Head, Tata Steel Rural Development Society (TSRDS) along with TSRDS officials.

Note: News shared for public awareness with reference from the information provided at online news portals.

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