Jamshedpur, March 6: As part of Tata Engage programme, Tata Steel`s Ore Mines & Quarries (OMQ) Division came forward to support the underprivileged children. Volunteers from OMQ Division contributed towards buying shoes and socks for the students of Murgabeda Primary School, Deojhar at Katamati.
A team comprising of Pankaj Satija, General Manager (OMQ), Tata Steel along with Rahul Kishore, Head (Mining Operations), Katamati Iron Mine, Tata Steel and other officials of the company distributed shoes and socks to 110 needy students of Murgabeda Primary School.
Tata Volunteering Week 7 began on March 3 and will continue till April 4, 2017. During this period, Tata companies all over the globe will offer a wide range of volunteering opportunities for employees and their family members and retired Tata colleagues to engage themselves with communities.
The group-wide volunteering programme, Tata Engage, was launched in 2014, on the 175th birth anniversary of Tata group Founder Jamsetji Tata. Today the Tata group ranks among the top ten corporates in the world and has clocked 1.2 million volunteering hours in FY16