New Delhi: NHPC Limited organised a two-day vaccination camp at National Power Training Institute (NPTI), Badarpur from to May 18 and May 19 in association with Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi for employees (including contract employees and security personnel) and family members (18-44 years) of Ministry of Power, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), and various CPSUs/ organisations under Ministry of Power and MNRE in Delhi / NCR region.
The first dose of left out employees and family members between 45 to 60 years was also given. NHPC's CMD AK Singh visited the vaccination venue on the first day and expressed his gratitude to the NHPC team involved in setting up the camp for their dedication during this crisis period. He further thanked Apollo Hospitals for their association and to NPTI for providing the venue for the vaccination camp.
NHPC's Director (Personnel) NK Jain and Director (Technical) YK Chaubey NHPC also visited the camp and appreciated the arrangements made for smooth conduct of the vaccination camp. The two-day vaccination camp witnessed the largest vaccinations by NHPC during a vaccination drive wherein 1270 persons from MOP, NHPC, NTPC, IREDA, NPTI, BHEL, REC, THDC, PTC, CVPPPL, BBMB and UPL received the first dosage of Covishield vaccine.
The vaccination camp was organised for the safety of power sector personnel so that uninterrupted power supply on a 24×7 basis is ensured.
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