Jamshedpur: Tata Motors India�s largest automobile company celebrated the International Women�s Day with zeal and enthusiasm for their remarkable achievements in diverse spheres of life. Team Jamshedpur has developed into a truly global celebration of gender equality and female empowerment.
With daylong events, colourful program, witnessed 1000 woman employees� participations from TML, TML Drivelines and TTL and esteemed guests. The event also included other stakeholders like employee wives and teachers of Tata Motors aided schools etc. This year the company unfolded a new set of pre event such as debate competition, creative writing contest and likewise. This year women�s day started with a blood donation that happened a day prior on 7th which witness women blood doner across all age group more than 50+ units were been collected.
Further to which on women�s day, the program started with an interesting movie screening to all the employees on women safety, power and women empowerment. Later the day had many fun-filled activities lined up like Rangoli,Nukkad Natak, talent show in all the categories etc. Rangoli was organized on the theme of Tata stands with Indian Army and Glorious 100 years of Jamshedpur. The mega event �Talent Hunt� saw woman employees displayed their talents in dancing, singing, playing musical instruments, acting and so on. While the employees demonstrated their talents by wholeheartedly participating in the contests, the wives of senior executives had an exciting time judging the events. The event was graced by Bharti Lall, the Chief Guest and M Jaya Laxmi as guest of honor of the occasion and a number of senior lady employees, winners of contests held for housewives and schoolteachers and spouses of senior executives.
In order to couple volunteering with celebrations and fun, stalls of Vikas showroom, START and Neev, one of our NGOs making beauty products, were set up in the event venue for display and sale of their products.
The stall of Flora Horticultural Society, at display in the venue with variety of rare fresh and dry fruits, also saw many footfalls.