Guv attends Quality Month conclusion at Tata Motors
The governor Baby Rani Maurya presided over the conclusion of the Tata quality month at the Tata Motors Limited plant in Pantnagar on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, the governor said that Tata Motors is fulfilling the dreams of those with lesser income by producing low cost motor vehicles. The company had achieved considerable success by producing the low cost Nano car. The small loader (Chota Hathi) being produced by the company is proving quite useful in transporting goods especially in remote areas in the mountainous regions. The Tata group has been in business for about 150 years now, she remarked. The governor further appreciated the Tata Motors Limited for facilitating the supply of drinking water to about 22,000 people in Almora, Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar districts. She suggested that the company should adopt government schools as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and develop these into smart schools. Additionally, the company should also provide free study material, school bags, uniforms and other necessary help to poor children in need of such assistance. Maurya reiterated the need for all to also discharge their responsibilities while enjoying the rights. Care should also be taken to ensure that the product being manufactured does not exert a negative impact on the environment. She said that one should always focus on sanitation and health, stressing on the need for ensuring that villages and localities always remain clean. The governor also presented awards to winners of the quality month. She also planted a sapling in the Tata Motors ground.
Earlier, the Tata Motors plant head AV Singh informed that the Tata group had completed 150 years while Tata Motors had completed 74 years in business. The company is manufacturing small commercial vehicles at its Pantnagar plant. Under its CSR head, the company is undertaking works for social welfare, education, health and skill development. The State minister for Higher Education, Dhan Singh Rawat, district magistrate Neeraj Khairwal, senior superintendent of police Barinderjit Singh, GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology vice chancellor Tej Pratap Singh and others were also present on the occasion.
Wednesday, 04 December 2019 | PNS | Dehradun
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