Sunday, September 18, 2011

Another Corner of My State...

Just like any other Sunday i'm back to blogger. i don't know what exactly to write but I've a strong feeling to start my day sharing my experience in where i stay now is Raigarh.

What we learn in Jindal is the Sense of Ownership. If one feels as an owner of the company then certainly he is going to enjoy his work as well as the workplace. and that's why i have a connection with this industrial city of steel & power. Situated in the heart of a lush green river valley,surrounded by cloud capped mountains, yes i'm talking about this very different corner of Chhattisgarh. where one will find dusty roads packed with trucks and a number of chimneys venting smoke. What once was a Princely State in British Era is now the Cultural Capital of Chhattisgarh with its own Kathak Gharana and annual classical music concert Chakradhar Samaroh.Very little people know about this city being famous for its Tasar Silk and Bell Metal Castings(known as Dhokra).

With more than 62 industries that form the backbone of its economy, Jindal Steel & Power is the largest sponge iron plant in world. Just 8 kms away from city, this integrated steel plant provides employment to a large number and has adopted more than 40 villages. one will find the logo of Jindal in each and every corner of the city. Late shri OP Jindal our beloved Babuji made possible the dreams of a millions by his noble thoughts and a strong vision. Known as Karmayogi, he was a fatherly figure to many and a supporting hand to the needy. Mr. Naveen Jindal , CEO of the company is an impressive personality and a sport enthusiastic. it is because of his strong commitment that we Indians have got our right to display our national flag atop of our house and industries. Taking india ahead is the company's motto and improving the life of all stake holders by sustainable industrial development is what makes Jindal unique. and being as a Jindalite i'm living my life king size that's what we call Jindal Way! :)

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