Jamshedpur, Dec 10: The students of Tata Steel Technical Institute, Burmamines took part in several cultural programmes organised during the annual function of the institute hosted on Friday.
As a part of the celebration, an award ceremony was also hosted in collaboration with the Suri Seva Foundation.
Chanakya Chaudhary, Vice President (Corporates Services), Tata Steel was present on the occasion as the chief guest along with Kulvin Suri from Suri Seva Foundation as the guest of honour.
Five students who have excelled this year were felicitated with cash awards. Pratima Kumar and Anant Kushwaha, first and second rank holders from the Electrical and Electronics Engineering branch were awarded with a cash prize of Rs. 80, 000 and Rs. 50, 000 respectively. Similarly, Mr Devashish Kumar Verma and Prince Kumar, first and second rank holders from Mechatronics Engineering and Smart Factory batch, were awarded with the cash prize. Sweta Pawar was felicitated as the Student of the Year and also received a cash prize of one lakh.
Also present on the occasion was Sourav Roy, Chief (Corporate Social Responsibility), Tata Steel, Captain Amitabh, Head (Skill Development), Tata Steel and Biren Bhuta, Founder, DISOM among others.
An ensemble of dance and musical performances was showcased at the function. The programme was designed so as to bring out the creative spirit among the students.
Mementoes prepared by the students of the institute on 3D printers were presented to the guests.
B K Singh, Principal of the institute, also presented the annual report on the occasion.
As part of its effort to address the skill development needs of the youth, particularly in Jamshedpur, Tata Steel Foundation (formerly as Tata Steel Skill Development Society) set up Tata Steel Technical Institute (TSTI) at Burmamines, Jamshedpur in 2014.
With state-of-the-art infrastructure and Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF), Bangalore as its training partner, TSTI has earned a reputation as one of the premier technical diploma colleges in Jharkhand.
TSTI offers 3-years full-time diploma programme in Mechatronics and Electrical and Electronics with yearly intake of around 90 students. More than 50% of the students come from SC/ST & OBC categories. Till date, 800 candidates have been enrolled in the course and have witnessed 100 percent placement with an average CTC of 2.44L per annum.