Sunday, May 22, 2022

N Chandrasekaran promises smarter Jamshedpur

With technology, Tata Steel and Jamshedpur can become more superior: Chairman

Jamshedpur: In his second address to the people of the city during Founder’s Day function organised at Postal Park in Bistupur, chairman of Tata Group, N Chandrasekaran, said, “Jamshedpur holds great importance for us as Tata Steel was established here. I promise that with the expansion of Tata Steel, the quality of life of the people of the city will also be improved.”
Chandrasekaran said the company is committed to make Jamshedpur a better and smarter city.

“I am happy that, in keeping with its tradition, Tata Steel is committed to value creation. We will work to make the city smarter,” said the chairman.
The former TCS CEO said Tata Steel along with the society has developed an integrated citizen business model, the reason why Jamshedpur became the first smart city of the country.

“Today everyone talks about smart city, which is the need of the hour. I come from a technology group and I know that many things can be done with the help of technology, but Tata Steel has done the planning about Jamshedpur without the use of technology and has planned it in such a way that it has come up as an example for the rest of the country.

I thank every employee, officer of Tata Steel, union and the state government. I promise that with the use of technology, Tata Steel and Jamshedpur can be made more superior,” he said.

Chandrasekaran further said, “On this day, we cherish the memory of Jamsetji Tata and resolve to live up to his high ideals in the growth of Tata Companies here and elsewhere in the world. The core of Jamsetji Tata’s business philosophy was the conviction that the community is not just another stakeholder in business but is, in fact, the very purpose of its existence. Tata Steel’s commitment to Jamshedpur reflects this belief.

I am happy that, in keeping with its traditions, the company has taken up projects for improving 22 roads in the city and recycling 100% collected sewage which will be used for horticulture and for industrial requirements. I congratulate the companies in their accomplishments and urge all Tata colleagues to continue to serve the citizenry in an exemplary manner. Thank you very much for joining us in the celebrations. We value our relationship with you and deeply appreciate your continued support.”

Chandrasekaran said Tata Steel’s future looks promising. “I came to Jamshedpur last year and it’s my privilege that I am back in this historic city today and Ratan Tata is with me. Tata Steel is one of the most renowned companies in the world and is a benchmark for the Tata Group,” he said.
The chairman also flagged off Founder’s Day pageantry near Bistupur post office, which saw 30 tableaux of social, educational and trade bodies, Rapid Action Force, army unit of Punjab Regiment on bikes, and 891 Field Regiment of the Sonari-based Army camp displaying exhibits on ‘Zimmedar Nagrik, Zimmedar Shahar’ inculcating responsibilities amongst the residents of city.
Prior to this, excitement ruled the Founder’s Day celebration as Chandrasekaran along with Tata Trusts chairman Ratan Tata, Tata Steel MD T. V Narendran arrived at the Tata Steel Works Main Gate to participate in the main function inside the plant.
Tata Steel and the city paid tributes to its founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata on his 179th birth anniversary.

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