NLCIL has admirably increased its Power Generation Capacity from 3240 MW to 5193 MW

By Sarkaritel August 15, 2019 21:27

Shri Rakesh Kumar, CMD, NLCIL and Smt. Kanchan Rakesh Kumar honouring the Senior most worker of the NLCIL company Smt. S.Vaijayanthi Mala Spl. Gr.A, MMC along with her spouse Shri S.Selvaraj during the 73rd Independence Day Celebrations of Nation at Bharathi Stadium, Neyveli.

The 73rd Independence Day of the Nation was celebrated at NLCIL with great fervour and enthusiasm.  Shri Rakesh Kumar, CMD, NLCIL garlanded the bust of Mahatma Gandhi at the Township Administration Office premises and inaugurated the day long celebrations. Later, he hoisted the tricolour flag at the Bharathi Stadium. He also inspected the ceremonial parade and accepted the Guard of Honour presented by the Rifle, Commando and Fire Service units of Central Industrial Security Force, NLCIL’s Security Force, Home Guards, NCC volunteers and students from Neyveli schools and colleges.

Shri R.Vikraman, Director (Human Resource) welcomed the gathering. Functional Directors, NLCIL’s senior officials, executives, supervisors, employees, workers representatives of Unions and Associations and the residents of Neyveli were present in Bharathi Stadium to witness the celebrations.

Shri Rakesh kumar, in his Independence Day address, recalled the selfless service of freedom fighters and other unsung heroes who were the force behind the freedom struggle.

Speaking on the company’s performance, he stated that the Power generation capacity of the  company including Thermal as well as renewable energy had risen from 3240 MW to 5193 MW within a period of last 5 years.  It was a matter of pride that, in the process, NLCIL had very recently crossed a major milestone of 1000 MW capacity in Solar Energy.

He stated that with all-round efforts, the company is moving towards its target to achieve 4251 MW  of Renewable energy by 2025 as per corporate plan which is in line with the spirit of National Solar Mission and green initiatives of Government of India.

To mark the occasion, the senior most employee of NLCIL Smt. S.Vaijayanthi Mala  Spl. Gr.A, Attendent of  MMC  along with her  spouse Shri S.Selvaraj were honored by Shri Rakesh Kumar and Smt.Kanchan Rakesh Kumar . Tricycles were presented to Shri  S.Siva Balan  and Shri C.Vijay Kumar, differently abled persons (Divyangs) from the nearby Ceylon Refugees Colony.

Shri R. Vikraman, Director (Human Resource), Shri N.N.M Rao Director (Planning & Projects), Shri  Prabhakar  Chowki, Director(Mines) and Shri Shaji John, Director(Power)  graced  the occasion along with their family members.

The long service awards, loyal service awards and special awards to students who excelled in sports were presented by CMD and Functional Directors. Shri R.Vikraman announced a gift worthing Rs.15.00 lakh for the students who performed in the Independence Day cultural programme.

NLCIL employees, representatives of Unions and Associations and the residents of Neyveli were present at the Bharathi Stadium to witness the celebrations. Colourful cultural programmes presented by school children were appreciated by one and all.

Further to the function at Bharathi Stadium Members of the Neyveli Ladies Club distributed fruits to the in-patients of the NLCIL General Hospital and wished them a speedy recovery. A Samabanthi Bojanam was organized at Block 28 Murugan Temple. In the evening, certificates to the students of the Neyveli Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha were distributed at Learning & Development Centre, Block-20, Neyveli.

By Sarkaritel August 15, 2019 21:27