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Learn, apply & contribute to the growth of the nation: RINL CMD

Speaking on the inaugural function of the Trade Apprentices Training Programme, RINL CMD Atul Bhatt stressed the importance of the steel industry for the development of India
RINL VSP CMD Atul Bhatt speaking at the Trade Apprentices Training Programme
RINL VSP CMD Atul Bhatt speaking at the Trade Apprentices Training Programme

New Delhi: RINL-VSP Chairman & Managing Director (CMD) Atul Bhatt graced the inaugural function of the Trade Apprentices Training Programme as chief guest at the auditorium of Learning & Development Centre (L&DC), RINL.

Speaking on the occasion, Atul Bhatt stressed the importance of the steel industry for the development of India. He also emphasized the history of steel and its importance in this global era. He told trade apprentices that they have to not only learn but also have to apply in the work areas & contribute to the growth of the nation.

RINL-VSP’s Director (Operations) AK Saxena, Executive Director (Works) KV Vidya Sagar, Chief General Manager (HR) CS K Satyanarayana, senior officers and trade apprentices have also attended the function.

RINL-VSP’s General Manager (Training) and Head of Department N Bhanu welcomed the dignitaries. Satyanarayana gave an overview of the initiatives and benefits of apprenticeship training. 

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Before the start of the inaugural function, CMD along with Director (Operations) and Executive Director (Works) visited the Steel Museum and Central Library located at L&DC and appreciated the efforts made by L&DC in establishing and maintaining the facilities.

Director (Operations) Saxena congratulated the apprentices for being part of RINL for a period of one year. He advised the trainees to keep their eyes and ears open and also use common sense at the workplace to ensure safety and follow the COVID-19 norms.

While Executive Director (Works) stressed the need and usage of PPEs and advised them to follow the safety norms during their apprenticeship training at RINL L&DC team organised this function.

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