Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL), Angul, celebrated its Chairman Sri. Naveen Jindal’s Birthday as “Fitness Day”, today here at its Angul Facilities and at its periphery villages. A series of programmes aimed at raising consciousness towards physical wellness of its employees, their families and villagers were organised throughout the day.
The day started with Free Diabetic Screening at the Occupational Health Centre (OHC), where interested employees their family members and community members participated. This was followed by Free Hemoglobin Test for women, Free Physiotherapy Consultation, at the OHC. An HIV/AIDS awareness programme for truckers through folk dance was also conducted at Plant Gate, Ramadiha and Bhubanpur village/
On this occasion Jindal Mahila Samiti (JMS) President Smt. Sujata Saraogi along with other members visited Sishu Griha and Ujjala at Angul and celebrated the Chairman’s birthday there by cutting birthday cake, distributing Nutritious supplements for the children at Sishu Griha and distributing Bi-cycles to girls, recovered from illegal women trafficking at Ujjala.
Quiz competitions followed by prize distribution was also organized at OP Jindal School and Jindal Vidyaph. Vice-President and Head of HR & ES Dr. Saroj Mahapatra presented the prizes to various successful students.
At Bhubaneswar also, the differently-abled Students of various Institutions were distributed Sweets. Speaking on the Occasion Mr. D.K. Saraogi Executive Director (I/c) of Angul said, “We have planned a day-long program for raising consciousness towards physical wellness to commemorate this auspicious Day. Our Chairman Naveen Jindal ji has been passionately pursuing the inclusive development through Industrialization and we are inspired by his futuristic vision for equitable social prosperity”.
The Celebration centered upon various welfare activities in the Labour Colonies. An awareness Programme on Joint Pain Management for the Workers by qualified orthopedics and physiotherapists was also conducted. At Barbil & Tensa, sweets and Chocolate were distributed among children.