TRL Krosaki observed 110th birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna JRD Tata

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Jharsuguda : TRL Krosaki Refractories Limited observed 110th Birth Anniversary of the Bharat Ratna JRD Tata at JRD Tata Park, Belpahar on  29th July’ 2014. Mr. Koji Tsuyuguchi, Director TRL Krosaki, Mr. Priyabrata Panda, Chief Operating Officer, Mr. C. S. Das, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Citizens of Belpahar, Senior Executives of TRL Krosaki and Krosaki Harima Corporation, Office Bearers of TRL Krosaki Shramik Sangha, Employees and Ex-Employees of TRL Krosaki, members of Ladies Club, Eminent Media persons of Belpahar, Teachers and Students of B. E. M. School, B. R. High School, Sunshine School, Rural Self Employment Training Institute (RSETI) and Prerana, a school for mentally challenged children attended the function and paid floral tributes to JRD Tata by garlanding his bust placed inside the Park.

The function started with a welcome song by the students of B R High School. Mr. Sibaram Sahu, General Manager (HRM & Admin.) welcomed the guests and read out the message of Dr. A. K. Chattopadhyay, Managing Director on this occasion. Selected students and employees of TRL Krosaki highlighted the principles and ideals of JRD Tata.  Distinguished guests of the function Mr. C. S. Das and Mr. D. Behera reminded all about the principles, leadership qualities of JRD and the contribution of JRD as a nation builder. Mr. Das spoke about JRD’s contributions to bring economic freedom for the country and gave instances which described JRD as a leader who led employees with affection. Mr. D. Behera, Director TRL-SBI Rural Self Employment Training Institute reminded all about the contributions of JRD in the socio-economic development of India and various facets of JRD’s life. The programme was conducted by two Graduate Trainees Mr. Ankit Amlan and Ms. Shubhashree Sahoo. Mr. S. K. Mishra, Manager (PR & HRD) proposed the vote of thanks at the end of the function.

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