SJVN Limited marks its 34th Raising Day

Due to prevailing situation and restrictions imposed by the government because of COVID-19, no physical activities were organised on the occasion of the 34th Raising Day of SJVN Limited
SJVN Limited marks its 34th Raising Day

New Delhi: SJVN Limited commemorated its 34th Raising Day at its Corporate Headquarters at Shimla and at all its project offices in Himachal, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Bihar and in neighbouring countries of Nepal and Bhutan on Monday. The company flag was unfurled by the SJVN's Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) Nand Lal Sharma in presence of Director (Personnel) Geeta Kapur, Director (Finance) AK Singh and Director (Electrical) Sushil Kumar Sharma. Keeping in view the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines of social distancing employees were connected through electronic means.

Sharma, while addressing through a virtual platform, stated that presently the whole world is facing the COVID-19 challenge and in view of the strict government guidelines, this year SJVN is not organising any ceremonial activity.

Sharma asserted that at present SJVN is working on around ten projects simultaneously and this has resulted in added responsibilities for each employee. He exhorted all the employees to be accountable & responsible for these added responsibilities and to ensure that these projects are completed within scheduled timelines without any cost overruns.


Sharma informed that a series of steps have been taken to support the governments of states and the centre, in the battle against COVID-19. These steps include procurement of ventilators and Cold Chain Equipments, Personal Protection Equipments (PPEs), food, masks, sanitisers and gloves etc.

Sharma congratulated all the employees of SJVN and advised them to take specific actions with speed and a sense of urgency to translate into action the shared vision of SJVN. He emphasied to all employees that they & their family members must stay safe & healthy while strictly following COVID-19 appropriate behaviours and directions of the governments.

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