New Delhi: Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) is not only committed to cater the growing energy demand of the nation but also nurturing and honing the skills of children in multidimensional fields through one of its kinds of Mega Summer Camp 'Aarohan'.
Imbibing the quote 'Care your employees and stakeholders, they will care for the organisation', NCL is conducting the Camp' Aarohan with more than 3200 children of NCL Employees and local stakeholders. The kids are learning a new set of skills beyond academics in an innovative way and utilizing the summer vacation in the utmost productive manner in the Camp.
The free-of-cost summer camp of NCL is engaging children for holistic development in multiple sports and creative fields like badminton, athletics, table tennis, kabaddi, football, cricket, dance, music (vocal & instrumental), painting, lawn tennis, photography, journalism, skating, swimming, basketball and karate.
The camp is open for kids with age up to 18 years and is being run under the supervision of about 100 qualified trainers. Nutritious food is also provided to each participant during the camp.
NCL has organised this mega camp for the third time in the remote part of the country and can be termed as unique in nature by any corporate or PSU across the nation. The 2022 edition of the camp commenced on 15th May scheduled till 26th June 2022, the zeal and enthusiasm can be witnessed at all campsites each morning.
The summer camp 'Aarohan' is ensuring constructive activities, which are better for children's physical, mental and spiritual development. Besides this, the trainers in the camps are making children aware of the career opportunities available in the field of sports and other creative activities. Some of the participants from the previous camps are doing quite well in the field of sports and looking forward to a bright career
NCL is a Singrauli-based Miniratna coal PSU. It is producing more than 122 million tonnes of coal annually and houses more than 14,000 employees.
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