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NCL organises an interactive session for young officials

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Singrauli: State-run coal mining and refinery company Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL), a Miniratna PSU under the Ministry of Coal, organised an interactive session on ‘Young officers as change agents for smart NCL' recently. NCL’s interactive session with young officials was organised at officer’s club Singrauli and about 300 young officers from across its units participated in the session.

'Young officers are agents of change'

While addressing the gathering, NCL’s CMD PK Sinha said that young officers are change agents of NCL and will help the company scale new heights. He said that coal mining as an industry, by very nature of its working, can’t be compared to any other industry. Given the strategic importance of the industry, Sinha asked young officers to gear up for the challenges ahead. Sinha was present as the chief guest of the occasion, while Director (Technical/Operations) Gunadhar Pandey, CVO AK Srivastava and Director (Finance & Personnel) Nag Nath Thakur were present as guests of honour.

'Be ready to face challenges early on in career'

Director (Technical / Operations), Pandey said that it is quite an opportunity for young officers to work with NCL at the beginning of their career. He said there is great lesson in the fact that people who reach the top-notch position in this industry are the ones who have worked hardest in their formative years. He said young officers should be ready to face challenges early on. CVO, Srivastava called upon young officers to always work with a positive attitude and right intentions as this approach help solve most problems. He said whenever faced with any challenging situation, young officers should be upfront in seeking help. Director (Finance & Personnel), Thakur said that the sheer nature of questions posed by young officers is a reflection of their belongingness with the company.  He said that barring few exceptions, almost all questions and suggestions were directed towards the larger well-being of the organisation which assures him that the future of the organisation lies in safe hands.

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Building smart NCL

The interactive session aimed to build smart NCL by exploring ways to improve the present system of working and introduce new developmental models making the company a future-ready organisation. Centred on this, various issues were discussed like digitization of training, exploring water harvesting capacities, usage of ERP, development of a common forum for the availability of dated documents, instilling a sense of pride in employees by adding glory to work rather than treating the work as a mere transactional entity. Young officers present on the occasion also gave their suggestions for the creation of smart NCL. Top management of the company assured to implement the same and gave necessary guidelines to all concerned with a clear directive to work in a time-bound manner. The programme also saw cultural renditions by young officers. Area General Managers, General Managers, HOD’s and senior officers of the company also interacted with young officers during the session.

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