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Steel City pays tributes to its founder, Tata Steel showcases digital initiatives

Jamshedpur, March 3: Tata Steel is committed to creating value for the sustainable growth of the society. This was evident at the series of events organised by the steel major to pay tributes to its founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata on his 178th birth anniversary.

From presenting its customized steel solution through digital initiatives to organising activities for employees on digital platform, Tata Steel on Friday celebrated Founder’s Day by showcasing its tryst with the ‘digital world’. The theme of this year’s celebration is ‘Going Digital’.

Tata Son’s Chairman Emeritus Ratan N Tata and the new chairman of Tata Sons N Chandrasekaran (who assumed charge on February 21) were the centre of attraction at the Founder’s Day celebration.

At the function organised inside the Steel Works, around 12 tableaus on the theme ‘Going Digital’ by different department of Tata Steel and subsidiary units and sister concerns were taken out.

This year three LCD screens were installed at strategic locations for better visibility of the function to those sitting in the galleries.

A team from School of Hope, a school for intellectually and physically challenged children, also took part in the procession along with their band and offered floral tributes to the founder.

All the directors in Tata Steel’s Board including Koushik Chatterjee, Ishaat Hussain, O. P Bhatt, Subodh Bhargava, D. K Mehrotra, Andrew M. Robb, Dr Peter Blauwhoff and Mallika Srinivasan were present to witness the function.

Tata Steel MD T V Narendran accompanied Ratan Tata (clad in a blue shirt with white squares and black trousers) and N. Chandrasekaran (clad in white shirt and black trouser with black coat) to the celebration around 8.45 am.

The masses gave a standing ovation as the Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata and new chairman N. Chandrasekaran arrived at the venue along with Tata Steel MD T V Narendran and offered floral tributes to the founder.

Latter at Postal Park, Ratan Tata garlanded the bust of J. N. Tata, to be followed by the new chairman. A welcome address was given by Jusco MD Ashish Mathur.

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