Jamshedpur, Jan. 27: Tata Steel managing director T.V. Narendran hoisted the national flag at the Tata Steel Works on the occasion of the 67th Republic Day on Tuesday.
“India is known as the largest and possibly the most vibrant democracy in the world. While we celebrate the 67th Republic Day today, I think India’s economy has grown in the past 25 years. With size and power comes responsibility and there are many problems that are yet to be solved.
It is great to know that the government is trying to lessen the gap between job seekers and job givers that can happen through more start-ups,” Narendran said.
Tata Steel’s security department, fire brigade department, NCC and dog squad participated in the Republic Day parade inside the works.
He said that the ‘Start up India’ plan launched by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently can translate the country from a nation of job seekers to a nation of job creators.
According to the Tata Steel MD, given the fact that India has rich tradition of entrepreneurial spirit, the ‘Start Up India’ plan can translate India as a nation of job seeker to a nation of job creator.
Today, he said, technology empowers people and technology allows opportunity for youths to realize their ambition and translate dreams into reality.
Referring to Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate and founder of Bangladesh’s Grameen Bank, Narendran said he had recently talked at the World Economic Forum about the fact that the best way to reduce inequality was to become job creator than seeker.