June 2012 - Abhijeet Group

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June 2012 - Abhijeet Group
June 2012
Volume : 2
Issue : 6
Chairman
Communique
HR Corner
NEWS
Corporate
Social
Responsibility
Training @
Abhijeet
World of
Winners
Employee
Profile
Birthday &
Anniversary
When the mind is weak, situation is a Problem
When the mind is balanced, Situation is a Challenge
When the mind is strong, situation is an Opportunity
Dear Abhijeetians,
Abhijeet Group has changed significantly in recent years and continues to evolve, to keep
pace with the changing times. Our positive outlook enables us to identify opportunities
in challenges and allows us to create new benchmarks in the industry. Our ability to
learn from the success stories of others, not only by understanding their best practices
but also by studying their shortcomings, has helped us to evolve into a Group with a
hunger to succeed.
We have initiated a sustainable journey of transformation by foraying into new
international markets, and exploring new business areas to keep our entrepreneurial
spirit alive, and to continue growing. Our endeavor is to create value for our stakeholders
through strengthening of operations in our core sectors, through world-class operating
standards and state-of-the-art technology. For us to achieve our vision, it is essential
that we focus on defining a process and work towards achieving Business Process
Excellence.
We encourage a proactive attitude against a reactive one, an attitude that believes
in changing in order to create a more effective and efficient business process. This is
with intent to give shape to the existing business excellence practices and to improve
capabilities and results. We also look forward to create a common measure to calibrate
excellence across Abhijeet Group and implement the learning on the existing and new
ventures.
A few years back, we began with a dream, a dream of evolving into one of the biggest
industry houses in India and eventually in the world. Every passing moment is bringing us
close towards the fulfillment of this dream. We will achieve what we believe. I believe
in our ability and I believe in our resolve. I believe that every situation is an opportunity
for us to grow. Let us resolve to explore newer avenues of growth and create a legacy
which will be a source of inspiration for generations to come.
Regards,
MANOJ JAYASWAL
HR
CORNER
“Peace is nourished by truth and principles, and it
is strengthened when we overcome our differences
to work together, finding common ground for a
noble cause.”
HR –
THE ABHIJEETIAN WAY
We have often heard that we can learn from Nature
and apply in our day to day life to live a Happy
Life. I have often wondered how these simple
principles which we often rant very easily can also
be interspersed in any Corporate Role to help in
smooth functioning of each of us. Nature does not
distinguish between rich & poor, between young &
old, between able and disabled when it provides
energy & its bounties to all and sundry.
First and foremost is the distinction of classifying
HR as “Human Relationship” and not “Human
Resource”, which is the first tenant for bonding
and fellowship as ONE and UBIQUOTOUS
ABHIJEETIAN globally. The pride to call one self as
Abhiheetian should remain above all ego, position
and level, contribution and results. Essentially,
all our activities should be focused for improving
relationships on a global level, helping each other
learn and understand deeper meanings for life and
its existence and fostering healthy cooperation and
collaboration.
Next, I would like to borrow and emphasize on other
principles by referring to “Rotary 4 WAY TEST”.
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Is it FAIR to all concerned?
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Is it the TRUTH?
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Will it bring GOODWILL and better
FRIENDSHIP?
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Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Not only our actions as Abhijeetians need to be Fair
it should also be perceived as Fairly done and needs
proper communications, which is an important area
to not only bring Information to the doorsteps of
everyone, but may Inspire and Motivate others to
also take up roles and contribute their part, which
they may be willing but are unaware of.
Truthfulness has to be above, all our actions. We
have to work with all sincerity and first be truthful
to our own self, and then only we would be able
to work outside our busy schedule and priorities to
devote unconditional love and time for espousing
the cause of our workplace.
Other big focus on uniting all Abhijeetians rests
with being Friendly with each other and helping
each other achieve Goodwill amongst us. Everyone
feels better on being appreciated externally, but
one can never feel as much BLISS as having one’s
own feeling of peace and satisfaction having
contributed to achieving something worthwhile for
helping others achieving their goals, without being
in Rat Race.
If we all work with above notions, the end results
have to be BENEFICIAL to all. Any doubts???
Such a simple way to project and such deep meaning
in the 4-way test can stand as a guiding principle
for ANY Organization’s evolution & growth. HR is
nothing but simple applications towards complex
problems of our life and work.
I have benefited immensely by keeping the motif of
4-way test to be my side for improving my actions
and ultimately my character and I do hope that all of
you look up for your share of sunshine.
Lets all resolve to bring such change for “ABHIJEET”
NEWS
NEWS
BANKA
BANKA
BANKERS VISIT AT JIPL
BANKA PROJECT SITE
Senior officials of reputed banks like Axis Bank, Bank of
India, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Oriental Bank of
Commerce, State of Bikaner & Jaipur, UCO Bank & Punjab
National Bank visited project site at Banka on 22nd May,
to access the progress of work.
Mr. M K Singh (CCM) along with Mr. Devdas Prabhu
(VP- Finance), Mr. N S P Rao (AVP-Projects) and Mr.
Vikash Aggarwal (DGM-Finance) from Abhijeet Group
accompanied the team and updated them about the
progress. Bankers visited Main plant area, Infrastructure
area, spillway and intake well area.
A brief presentation was made highlighting the progress
of the project and also included the CSR activities being
done by the group towards the development of the
surrounding villages. The Bankers were satisfied with the
progress of work.
JIPL, BANKA
FIRE SERVICES APPRAISED
JIPL, Banka team helped in extinguishing the Fire
caught in the forest surrounding of Chandan Dam
reservoir and nearby Irrigation’s Inspection bungalow.
Villagers appreciated the commendable job done by JIPL
Fire team.
NEWS
CHANDWA
A MEGA CONFERENCE
ON CSR AT MUMBAI
A mega conference on CSR was
organized at Ramada Plaza, Juhu,
Mumbai on 9th May 2012,
wherein Shri. Rajeev Goyal, Vice
President cum Chief Construction
Manager, Abhijeet GroupChandwa was invited as Guest of
Honor. The Conference was
graced with dignitaries from
Government, Corporate, NGO
from Malaysia, England, Germany
and various parts of country.
INDIACSR’s mega conference
explored possibilities to view
CSR as a part of new global
governance ushering into new
perspectives from a broader set
of disciplines of sociology and
economics.
The gathering in the economic
capital of India reached beyond
academic research and business
operations and had focus on the
harmony in our society through
the CSR lens. It witnessed how
the profit driven business houses
are involved in collectivism,
informal virtue and morality.
Speaker contributed towards the
ever growing knowledge on CSR
and to share ideas on company’s
CSR best practices and discuss
collaborative projects between
the company and its end
stakeholders.
The
forum
discussed long term benefits of
CSR and changes required to
achieve true sustainability
through responsible competitiveness.
Shri Rajeev Goyal, in his
electrifying speech, accentuated
more on the boosting courage of
every individual to think beyond
boundaries. He also explained
that with the substantial
development of the power plant
and the society how other
companies started coming to the
district with slow pace.
Nowadays, the transmigration of
the place like Chandwa is
legitimate with the socio
economic development that has
improved multi-times than it was
in 2006.
also bears a responsibility to
help bring about the society of
the
future.
Accentuating
industrial development is not an
easy matter, and generating
social value is something that
always
accompanied
by
difficulties in this region which
could be properly dealt by
achieving development of society
commensurate with the Industrial
Development.
As result of which, Chakla stands
testimony to the fact from a
nondescript village to the centre
of Jharkhand’s emerging power
hub. Chakla village in Chandwa
has come a long way in the last
five years, since the arrival of
Abhijeet Group here in 2006”.
During this event, the first book
on CSR in the country was also
In his speech he said “As the first launched for which Rajeev Goyal
company in the district of Latehar is one of the authors on the topic
(highly naxal dominated area)
“Best Practices in CSR
setting up the power plant
initiatives”
Abhijeet Group already played a
significant role in society, and it
NEWS
ERECTION OF ACW PUMPS
CHANDWA
Erection of ACW Pump have been started on 12th May 2012. The work
is moving at a rapid pace and is expected to be completed within the
time frame.
DRUM LIFTING
(BOILER UNIT IV:
PHASE II)
Our landmark achievement includes Steam Drum in
Boiler unit IV. CPL- Chandwa team achieved the first
mile stone of phase-II in its journey to the successful
erected/lifted the Steam Drum in Boiler unit IV on
30th Apr 2012. This is the first major milestones
of Phase II being lifted in the span of 14 month. Mr.
Rajeev Goyal, CCM, attended the Pooja ceremony and
applauded the work done by the Chandwa team.
NEWS
CHANDWA
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CHANDWA
LIFTING OF FLUE
CAN STARTED:
CHIMNEY (PHASE-I)
The Lifting of Flue Can in Chimney of Phase-I
started on 18th May 2012. Total 18 Flue Can
has been joined/erected and lifted up to a
height of 273 meters. Pooja function was
done in esteemed presence of our CCM Mr.
Rajeev Goyal with Mr. Jeet Singh,VP-Power
& Mr. P C Joshi,Sr.GM-Mechanical along
with Simplex staff.
NEWS
ABHIJEET FIRE SERVICES
APPRAISED
CHANDWA
The Block Administration appreciated the
commendable job done by the Abhijeet Fire
Services and issued appreciation letter for the
same.
An appreciation letter from the Block
Development Officer was received by the CSR
team.
NEWS
CHANDWA
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ERECTION OF
GT (UNIT-I, PHASE-I)
Erection of Generator Transformer (Phase-I, Unit-I)
was initiated on 9th May 2012. M/s BHEL PSER
team has started the job in full fledged way. It
is the biggest (220 MT) generator to be used in
Power plant.
ERECTION OF
EOT CRANE:
UNIT-IV (PHASE-II)
Corporate Power Limited has
successfully erected the EOT crane
unit- IV of Phase-II on 21st May
2012. It is the first equipment to be
installed in TG building. We have
installed ANUPAM (largest EOT crane
manufacturers in India) EOT crane
in our power project whose nominal
capacity is 90 Tons & Auxiliary capacity
is 25 Tons. Mr. Rajeev Goyal, CCM
(Projects), inaugurated the ceremony
and applauded the work done by the
Chandwa team.
CHANDWA
The main function was organized in presence of
all CPL and BHEL team. Chandwa team is thankful
to all concerned for their kind cooperation and
with all their support.
NEWS
NEWS
CHANDWA
CHANDWA
PLACEMENT OF LP TURBINE
Placement of LP Turbine of unit-I has been
started at Project site Chandwa.
On 9th May 2012, bottom part of LP Girder
has successfully placed on inner casing of
LP Turbine. Alignment work of the same
is under progress. Shri. Rajeev Goyal,CCM
with Shri. J S Arora (CM, BHEL) attended
the Pooja ceremony.
HYDRO TEST OF
CONDENSATE
STORAGE TANK
BOP team of CPL Chandwa has
successfully completed the Hydro Test
CST of unit I of Phase I. water filling
have been started on 20/05/2012 and
completed on 21/05/2012. no leakage
was found during the same.
Shri. Rajeev Goyal, CCM, applauded the
work done by the CPLChandwa team.
NEWS
PHALODI
CORPORATE ISPAT ALLOYS LTD.
50 MW SOLAR THERMAL
POWER PROJECT SITE, NOKH
40TH WORLD ENVIRONMENT
DAY CELEBRATIONS
World Environment Day (WED) is set to take place
on the 5th June. It’s an event that has taken place
every year since 1973 and just one way in which the UN
promotes awareness of environmental issues in the global
community. More significantly, it’s a day when the people of the world are
encouraged to come together and work towards a more environmentally
sustainable future.
This year sees the 40th anniversary of the event that led to the
establishment of World Environment Day. WED, as it is often called, was
established by the United Nations General Assembly to mark the start of
the UN Conference on the Human Environment held in Stockholm from
5th to 16th June 1972. The first World Environment Day was on 5th
June 1973.
The Stockholm Conference was the first occasion that world
leaders met to discuss the political, social and economic
problems of the global environment with a view to actually
doing something about it.
Each year World Environment Day is hosted by a different
country and this year the host is Brazil and the theme is Green
Economy: Does it include you?
A Green Economy, according to the United Nations Environment Programme,
is one that results in improved human well-being and social equity, while
significantly reducing environmental risk and ecological scarcities.
This can be summed up as being a socially inclusive, low carbon economy
that is efficient with its resources. So, in this regards CIAL commemorating
the 40th world Environment day at Solar Thermal Power Plant Project Site
Nokh (Phalodi) in presence of CIAL/APRL and all agency staff and worker.
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Under this program CIAL educated •
employees about the importance of
environmental protection and explained •
about the importance of 5th June (i.e. World
Environment day and motto behind it.)
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The Environment Oath taken by all 1
employees.
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The Environment banner displayed at
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prominent location.
CIAL planted 40 trees.
Distribution of sweets among the staffs &
workers.
Details of plantation of saplingsLocal Name
Neem
Kaner
Bougainvillea
Botanical Name
Azadirachta indica
Nerium indicum
Nyctaginaceae.
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20
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that are being expanded. Anyways they
are facing various obstacles in
acquiring land and getting access to
mines.
The ongoing land acquisition for
Posco was also discussed in the meet,
adding that among the mega projects,
Tata Steel, Bhushan Steel Limited and
Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL) have
made significant progress. Tata Steel
and JSPL are aiming to begin
production by 2013, while Bhushan
Steel Limited hopes to commission its
plant by 2014. Tata Steel is building a
six MTPA facility at Kalinga Nagar,
Jajpur. The six MTPA JSPL project is
spread over Keonjhar and Angul
(L to R) : Prakash Tatia, President - Mktg. & Raw Material Procurement, Welspun Maxsteel Ltd. ;
Vivek Taneja, Head - Business Development, Thermax Ltd. ; D. A. Chandekar, Editor & CEO, Steelworld ;
Dilip Jha, Special Correspondent, Business Standard Ltd. ; N. Rath, Vice President (Pellet & Beneficiation), Abhijeet Group
About Mega steel Projects
To accelerate creation of large
steel capacity in the country to meet
the growing demand, the government
proposes to launch ultra mega projects
in the steel sector. As per the plan,
steel ministry in co-operation with
state governments will initially identify
four to five locations closer to the iron
ore mining sites for developing ultra
mega steel projects (UMSP). The
minimum capacity of an UMSP will be
10 million tonne (MT) and it will be
offered to both public and private
sector companies under a competitive
bidding process. The plan for UMSP
has already been discussed in the
inter-ministerial group set up to
accelerate the development of steel
projects in the country.
An initial draft has been prepared,
under it, the central government in
collaboration with state governments
will create necessary infrastructure for
the mega steel project such as getting
clearances for the project and assure
raw material linkage in the form of coal
and iron ore mining loses. Bids will then
be invited from companies and the
successful company will be handed
over the project for development within
a specified period of time.
Issues Regarding Mega Steel
Projects
India has a set a target of 120 MT of
steel production by 2012-13, which
will be largely met through brownfield
expansion. However, India is the only
T
he 11th Asian Steel Conference which was held in Mumbai from April 13
to 14, 2012 at Hotel Orchid aimed at providing a forum to explore
various techno-commercial aspects of the steel business and examine key
issues facing the industry. This conference covered the entire spectrum of the
requirements of a modern day steel industry and discussed the topic, 'Future of
Mega Steel Projects in India'.
This report highlights about the government's proposal of mega steel
projects and how this would contribute to the growth of steel sector.
Simultaneously, steel industry is struggling with severe land acquisition
problems and raw material security issues currently, which need to be resolved
to ensure future growth of the industry. Why there's a conflict of opinion
between the government and industry over linking captive mines to these
projects, and how if the government manages to overcome these hurdles,
mega steel projects could be seen as an alternative.
country that has got over the economic
meltdown of last year registering a
positive growth in steel production this
year. This shows that the demand for
steel is growing in the double digits
fearing concerns that unless new
capacity comes up at fast pace, the
country could become a dumping
ground for steel.
Summing up, setting a steel plant of
10 mtpa capacity requires around Rs
50,000 crore of investment. Also,
every such plant consumes 16 mt of
iron ore and 10 mt of coking coal
annually. The huge funding and raw
material requirement, coupled with
heavy land, water and power demand,
pushes up input costs of large-sized
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steel plants. The industry was,
therefore, demanding captive mines
linked with UMSPs.
These mega projects have been
facing problems like land acquisition,
mining linkage, etc., hence Tata Steel
has put on hold its plans to set up a 12
MT per annum integrated steel plant in
Jharkhand and a 6 MT unit in Orissa.
The much-famed plan of ArcelorMittal
of setting up massive steel plants in
India, announced in 2005, is now
looking dispirited.
The steel companies though are not
encouraged. In their opinion there is no
another need of policy to set up mega
steel plants. It will be better to give the
same status to the present steel plants
A
mega steel plant will use less land
per tonne of steel capacity and also
rationalise the use of resources like water and
power. We should instead look to retain the
present form of Indian steel industry, which
has a few big steelmakers and many smaller
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RANCHI
districts, while Bhushan Steel Limited
is constructing a three MTPA plant at
Meramandali, Dhenkanal. Other
proposed mega steel projects, Posco
(Jagatsinghpur), ArcelorMittal
(Keonjhar), Sterlite Iron and Steel
Limited (Keonjhar), Essar Steel
(Paradeep), Welspun Power and Steel
(Cuttack and Jaipur), Uttam Galva
Steels (Keonjhar) and SSL Energy
Limited (Angul) are facing different
kinds of problems ranging from land
acquisition, mining and water.
Contributing towards this
discussion here are some of the
Comments from the industry
professionals:
ones. The focus should be on making the
present projects progress as fast as possible.
India's steel demand is expected to grow
8 percent this fiscal year, faster than last
year, as demand rises for homes, offices and
automobiles amid optimism interest rates
will fall. Demand is likely to expand from
last year's growth of 5.5 percent. Output at
India's steel mills grew 6 percent in the year
ended March 31 to 72 million metric tons,
after plants expanded capacity at plants.
The nation's annual steelmaking capacity is
expected to increase more than 7 percent
this year, crossing 100 million tons.
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he Draft Steel Policy encourages and
supports setting up of Mega Steel
Projects of 10 MT or more capacity. The
logic being, only these can bring about vast
capacity additions envisaged. Only Mega
steel projects require less land per MT
compared to medium and small, and also
economy of scale shall increase viability. The
Policy suggests few incentives and
Government Supports to these projects. At
Jharkhand State level meeting, it was
suggested to lower it from 10 MT to 5 or 6
MT, to get the status of Mega Steel project
and avail the concessions , since, very few
players can come up for such Huge
Investments. That, in the Draft steel policy,
(Expert group 3), allocation of mineral
concessions was suggested for only those
producing more than 5 MT. This was
vehemently objected by Jharkhand team,
and any plant of more than 1 Mt,
particularly if they are installing facilities
like Beneficiation, pelletization, Sintering
etc should be considered for allocation of
Mineral concessions. That, the policy should
, cover some methodology, to collect back,
Huge pile up of scrap, lying at , police
Stations , all over the country, which
otherwise is getting corroded into soil.
Apart from that, it was discussed and felt by
the House that, since in reality, the Mega
projects are not , seeing the light of the Day
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T
he future lies ahead for small and
medium size steel plant in rural India
where the government has lined up mega
investment plans for the next Five Year Plan.
Since, the Plan emphasizes infrastructure
growth especially in tier III and tier IV cities
and logistics cost have been consistently on
a rise, steel plants to the tune of 1 million
tonnes of annual capacity can find speedy
clearance from environment as well as
rehabilitation, if required. Also, looking at
the fate of mega steel projects that have
been hanging for the last several years, the
small and mini steel projects require small
chunk of land which even the government
can provide from its own land bank. The
government in the last annual budget
allocated Rs 5000 crore for developing
warehouses which requires huge quantity of
steel. Development of new rakes, coaches
and highways also offers immense potential
for mini and medium steel plant which can
run even with a lower raw material back up.
Hence, a major shift in policy is required
from allocating mineral resources to mega
steel projects to insuring raw material
assurance to small and medium size steel
mills.
in India, only medium and small steel
projects shall come up, who have less land
requirement, less quantity of raw material ,
hence logistics requirements, which seems to
be more feasible. It was unanimously agreed
by all that LAND is the most important Issue
in our country , which is the biggest
deterrent in putting up Green Field projects
and unless something drastic is initiated by
Government, Steel capacity rise shall be
limited , as , after 2015-16, no further Brown
Field expansions is possible.
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CSR
BANKA
RANCHI
CONTRACT SIGNING
CEREMONY
Contract Signing Ceremony between M/s Abhijeet Projects Limited (APRL) and M/s Tecpro Systems
Limited (TSL) for Coal Handling Plant (CHP), Phase-I (2X660 MW) Banka Power Project of M/s Jas
Infrastructure and Power Limited (JIPL) was held on 9th May 2012 at Ranchi Office.
The signing ceremony was attended by Mr. N. S. P. Rao - AVP (Projects), Mr.Sanjay Jain-GM (Procurement),
Mr. Tushar Pattnaik-DGM (Procurement), Mr. Rajeev Kumar- Manager (Procuement), Mr. Ashish KunalDeputy. Manager (Mech.) and Mr.Piyush Sharma-Assistant. Manager (Mech.) from APRL and Mr. D. K.
Gupta, VP (Mktg) and Mr. Suresh Sati, AGM (Mktg.) from TSL.
VILLAGERS REJOICE AS
SOLAR POWER
BRINGS LIGHT
Solar street lights are raised light sources which are powered by photovoltaic
panels generally mounted on the lighting structure. The photovoltaic panels charge
a rechargeable battery, which powers a fluorescent or LED lamp during the night.
Banka & particularly our project area are among the most backward area of Bihar
states in terms of industrialization and socio-economic development. Most of the
village did not have adequate street lighting and it was a matter of concern for the
villagers.
Realizing the need and importance Abhijeet Foundation – the philanthropic arm of
Abhijeet Group, installed 65 solar street lights. The villagers’ need and wish for a
quality living is fulfilled and they are now a happy lot and have thanked our officials.
CSR
BANKA
CSR
BANKA
ACCESS TO
SAFE DRINKING WATER
FACILITY
To augment supply of Portable water to project affected Villages, the
company recently repaired 38 Hand pumps & 26 New Hand pumps
were installed on the request of the villagers.
This has brought immediate relief to the villagers who quit the arrival
of monsoon.
AID TO FIRE
AFFECTED FAMILY
Gangiya Devi of Hanumatta Village cannot
forget the nightmare, in which her house caught
fire and she lost all his assets. As soon as the
information reached, the Abhijeet Foundation
CSR team at Banka rushed to their rescue.
After much efforts by the CSR rescue team and
some brave villagers, the fire was brought down
without spreading in other houses. However
by this time Gangiya Devi ‘s house had almost
turned to dust and needed to be rebuild again.
By the grace of the Almighty, she could save her
family members. Abhijeet Foundation provided
food item, clothes, bamboos, poles & other
necessary household items and financial aid to the
victim.
CSR
BANKA
CSR
BANKA
ILLUMINATING THE
MADHUSUDAN TEMPLE
On the request of the villagers of Banka, Abhijeet
Foundation illuminated the Temple. Illumination of the
temple premises is done by renewable energy, it is of
great help to the villagers. Villagers were very happy
with initiation of the work and appreciated the same.
COMMUNITY
HEALTH CARE
As a part of its endeavour of providing basic
medical services to the Project Affected
Village (PAVs), Abhijeet Foundation has
developed Community Health Care System.
Abhijeet Foundation actively seeks to improve
the health and happiness of people in
communities close to its operations. Typically,
the rural areas near Project site facilities
tend to have low accessibility and thus very
limited availability of healthcare services.
The Foundation has committed significant
resources to support both preventive and
curative healthcare in such communities, where
disease and periodic epidemics are prevalent.
The organization promotes awareness, enables
access and increases the availability of health
services in remote locations.
CSR
CHANDWA
NIGHT CRICKET TOURNAMENT
AT CHANDWA
SEWING CENTRE
OPENED AT
BASARTOLA VILLAGE
Showcasing its zeal towards the
sports and recreational activities,
Abhijeet Group sponsored night
cricket tournament at Chandwa,
Jharkhand. Top 64 teams
participated from the state of
Jharkhand.
In Continuation with efforts on empowering
women by creating opportunity of income generating
activities Abhijeet Foundation has stretched its helpful
hand to the village of Basartola.
Abhijeet Foundation had sponsored
the Prizes & lighting arrangement
during the tournament. Total 64
teams from various districts in and
around Chandwa participated in
the tournament including the team
of Abhijeet Group. In the inaugural
match the Abhijeet team won the
match by 7 wickets beating Univer
Chandwa team
A sewing centre was inagurated in coordination with
village representatives. Mr. Ramkishun Ganjhu, a social
worker of the respective village inaugurated the centre.
The number of total registered trainees was more than20
and the training will be conducted in batches.
CSR
CHANDWA
DEEP BORING (HYDT) MOBILIZED
THROUGH PHED, FOR COMMUNITY WATER
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AT CHAKLA
CSR
CHANDWA
CSR
CHANDWA
Clean and safe drinking water is one of the basic necessities. The people of Chakla
village in Chandwa Block were deprived of it for a long time,
we provided the villagers tankers of drinking water.
Although there were a number of hand pumps available
in local community, very few were delivering clean water
as ground water level across Jharkhand have gone down
drastically in the recent times.
DEVELOPING NURSERY
THROUGH SELF HELP
GROUP
Sustainable livelihood is one of the major
involved. After nurturing the plants, Abhijeet
segments of Abhijeet Foundation. Through SHG
foundation will purchase the plants. Both SHG
we are developing another nursery of different
will get income of at least Rs.30000. In year 2011
forestry and fruit plants at Sadabar village.
we have done same work and a single SHG has
Where DEEP SHG and JYOTI SHG members are
earned Rs. 30000.
An effort towards providing them the permanent solution to
this problem, we have a project under progress to construct
wide network for Community Water distribution System
across village Chakla. The laying of pipeline is under progress
and with the support from PHED department Chandwa we
mobilized a deep boring in the village that will supply
abundant water. On 26th April, the deep boring has been
completed by PHED department costing than Rs.1.50 lacs.
The submersible pump will be installed for lifting of water.
About 200 households in the village will benefit from this project.
DEEP BORING (HYDT) MOBILIZED
THROUGH PHED AT HISRI VILLAGE
Our CSR initiative is to provide drinking water to the rural
people at their doorstep. Hisri is the village where we have
mobilized another deep boring through PHED Chandwa for
Clean and safe drinking water for the villagers. Villagers
appreciated company’s efforts in changing the socioeconomic scenario of this region.
CSR
CHANDWA
CSR
CHANDWA
MEDICAL CAMP AT
BRINDA SISAI COAL
PROJECT
ABHIJEET FOUNDATION, the CSR wing of Abhijeet
Infrastructure Limited has organized three medical
camps in & around the villages of Brinda Sisai
Coal Project. The medical camps are held on
Sundays to ensure benefits to maximum no of
villagers. Camps were conducted by doctors &
ANM,s of Government Primary Health Centre and
members from Anganwadi Kendra of concerned
villages. More than 800 patients received
DEVELOPMENT OF
CHILDREN PARK
treatment from the medical camp. Free medicines
were also distributed among the patients.
The work has been well appreciated by the villagers.
It was an excellent effort and coordination of each
individual in the team which made this camp a
great success.
Abhijeet Foundation provide a safe, healthy,
happy supportive environment for children.
A Children park was developed at Chandwa,
this park has given an opportunity to the
children and the senior citizens to connect
with the environment. It will help children
to keep themselves off from the Television.
The park has many Fixed play equipments
for them to play with and enjoy.
There are swings, slides and Climbers
for children to enjoy. Kids Park goal is to
nourish their young minds.
CSR
NAGPUR
CSR
CHANDWA
BEAUTIFICATION WORK
NEAR PLANT AREA
We consider it as our responsibility to protect
plants & trees in the plant area to keep the
environment clean and beautiful and we have
taken several steps for the same. In order to
increase the beauty of trees near plant area
a guard wall has been constructed outside
the Tree. In addition to this, it also serves
as a rest place of labor and protection from
scorching sunlight.
C E L E B R AT I O N
Abhijeet Foundation is always eager to support
and enhance the life of weaker and vulnerable
section of the society. In continuation of this, the
Foundation organized a programme at Rahul Baal
Sadan (An orphanage Centre), Mahendra Nagar,
Nagpur on 13th May 2012 on the occasion of
Mother’s Day.
their life with positive attitude.
Shri. Sanjay Jain, VP Corporate HR planned the
event in very innovative way in which orphans
especially girls were motivated for main stream
life in society. The main motive was to interact
and sharing of thoughts and feeling through open
discussion so that the growing children may be
aware with the challenges of life and may shape
The innocent children were overwhelmed and
expressed their love and affection towards the
club. The representatives of the Foundation
expressed their commitment on the behalf of the
organization that they will do whatever they can
with utmost pleasure to bring the smile on the face
of the children.
On the occasion, stationary materials were also
distributed followed by refreshment. Mr. Meshram,
Secretary Rahul Bal Sadan expressed his sincere
thanks to Abhijeet Group for valuable guidance and
contribution for the needy children.
CSR
SARAIKELA
CELEBRATION
OF HARI
SANKIRTAN
CSR
SARAIKELA
HAND PUMP
INSTALLATION
Hari Sankirtan – a symbol of brotherhood, love and peace
was being organized in the area of Saraikela. The program
usually continues for three to six days and divided into
different time interlude. For instance 1st day is known for
‘Ashtam Prahar’ (24 hours), 2nd day as ‘Solah Prahar’ (48
hours), 3rd day as ‘Chawbis Prahar’ (96 hours), 4th day as
‘Pancham Ratri’ (120 hours), 5th day as ‘Nav Ratri’ (216
hours) and 6th day as ‘Nav Kunj’/ ‘Nav Ratri’. During the
month a three days “Hari Sankirtan” program was organized
at Burudih village by Sankirtan Mandli and local devotees.
Clean drinking water is a basic necessity of life.
Supply of clean drinking water in the rural areas
has always been one of the highest priorities of the
Abhijeet Foundation.
CSR department provided free services in the form of
decoration of the temple & water tanker facility to devotees
& visitors. CCM – S. Ramakrishna, AVP – L.N.Perni and GM
– CSR along with other team members also visited the site
& motivated the devotees on the occasion.
To cope up with the problem of drinking water
Abhijeet Foundation took the responsibility of
their maintenance and repair. Abhijeet Foundation
installed 06 community handpumps in the remote
project affected villages of Burudih, Begnadih Potka
and Asura, recently. This we are sure will quench
the thirst and also save the villagers from diseases
caused by consumption of unsafe water. More
than 27 hand pumps were repaired by Abhijeet
Foundation. This was unattended by the PHED.
EXPOSURE VISIT
OF SELF HELP GROUP
CSR
SARAIKELA
CSR
SARAIKELA
An exposure visit was scheduled for the sewing
centre. The objective was to have an exposure to
hand gloves making and market linkage process
handled by a Self Help group and to facilitate in
sustainability of sewing expertise group from two
sewing centers of PAVs; Govindpur and Rengogora.
The group were taken to Birsa Swayam Sahayta
Samuh; Satbohni, Gamharia for the interaction. They
were explained the order procurement for purchasing
of raw material, material cutting and the sewing
process.
Apart from that the group was taken to another SHG
centre that was in business of making ‘Tintag’ which
was generally used during the material dispatching.
As an outcome of this exposure visit the
participants were quite enthusiastic for learning
and were confident to implement the same
process in their respective villages starting from
the group formation to material dispatching.
NURSERY
DEVELOPMENT
At present approximately 5000 – 8000 sapling of
forest plantation are targeted and for this tube
filling work has started.
A separate “greenhouse” (building in which plants
are grown and it protects crops from extreme heat
or cold and helps to keep pests away) was also
constructed inside the plant premises covering
an area of 540 Sq ft for germinating plants under
ideal temperature. At the greenhouse area sapling
work of different forest plants, hedge plants,
ornamental plants and seasonal plants are also
going on regular basis.
CSR
SARAIKELA
TRAINING @
ABHIJEET
ELECTRIFICATION WORK AT
GOVINDPUR TEMPLE
WAS COMPLETED
Electrification work at Govindpur temple was
completed on the request of the villagers of
Saraikela, Abhijeet Foundation illuminated
the Temple. The villagers have expressed a
deep sense of gratitude.
BASICS FIRE &
SAFETY AWARENESS
TRAINING PROGRAM
Abhijeet Group Banka announced the Successful
completion of the Basics Fire & Safety Awareness
Training Program conducted at Jas Infrastructure
and Power Limited Banka. Two batches were held.
First batch was held on 20th April 2012 & the
second batch was held on 21st May 2012. This
program was attended by around 70 participants
from different departments including all HODS.
The entire program received a very good response
from fellow participants and everyone was happy
with the quality of training imparted by the
company.
The Training was organized by EHS department.
This was a good knowledge sharing program on
Safety.
WORLD OF
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WORLD OF
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MASTER UDDESHYA SINHA
son of Dr. Anal Sinha , GM ( Geology )
and Mrs. Namrata Sinha passed Class X Examination of
CBSE 2012 from Delhi Public School , Ranchi securing the
CGPA 10 out of 10. Master Uddeshya desires to qualify for
IIT through JEE.
MISS DAXTA PANDEY
daughter of Mr. Bidhu Bhushan Pandey, (Asst Manager
–Procurement & Store) and Mrs. Santosh Pandey passed
Class X Examination of ICSE 2012 from Loreto Convent,
Ranchi securing 93.15 %. She wants to pursue higher
studies in Engineering.
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Our search for information on Antur
Fort on Google satellite map (Google
Earth), brought into view rectangular
shapes resembling water tanks.
Located west of Antur, they formed a
part of dome shaped hill adjacent to
an arm extending out of the Ajintha
– Satmala mountain range. Curiosity
about these rectangular shapes
put us on the path of investigation/
exploring the same. Primarily, we
checked if any information was
available about monuments or forts
or caves, next to Antur (to the west)
in books viz. Dongaryatra, GadKille Maharashtrache. However, the
available information was about
Pitalkhore and Kanhergad, to the
west of Antur. Hence, we decided to
personally visit the hill and started off
towards Nagad on 20th May 2012.
The route towards this hill goes via
Nagad on the Chalisgaon- Sillod
Road and then taking an immediate
right on Nagad – Banoti road. Turning
right before Nagad (Pangra), the road
reaches the base of Mahadev Taka
Hill. The distance from Nasik (via
Malegaon – Chalisgaon) is 191 kms.
After proceeding ahead of Nagad, it
was rather unclear to us about the
exact hill we were trying to locate.
We turned right at a point where
we saw a name board which read
“Shri Shambhu Dhyaan Ashram,
Mahadev Taka”. On enquiring further,
we became aware that there is an
Ashram at the foot of the hill and
also that there is a water tank called
Mahadev Taka. Traversing the hill
from the east, we stopped our car at
the base. Looking at Mahadev Taka,
our first reaction was “It’s a hillock !”. (Senior Historian) opines that, these
As per satellite contour map, it raises caves may belong to the Hinayana
85 mtrs from the base and 485 mtrs period (4th - 5th Century AD).
above sea level.
A little below on the west side, there
A col connects the arm jutting out of is a huge rock cut cave measuring
the Ajintha-Satmala range and the 40 ft (l) X 38 ft (w) X 6 ft (h), which is
Mahadev Taka. There are cemented currently occupied by a sage (Babaji).
steps to take us to the top. At the end There is Shiv-Linga inside the cave,
of these cemented steps, the remains which seems to have been recently
of original carved steps can be seen. installed. 4 pillars stand in the centre.
There is a possibility of these remains The entrance to the cave is devised
being cemented in near future. The brilliantly by carving a huge rock. To
steps brought us to the marking stones the left of Babaji’s cave is a huge rock
of the entrance gate and we entered cut cave having 5 pillars. Four steps
into the fort from west side.
lead into the cave. This cave is the
largest potable water source currently
A little ahead, on the left is a rock available on the fort. According to
cut cave, which is redish in color experts, this must have been a ‘Vihara
from inside. There are no carvings or / Lene’. To the left of this cave, is a
inscriptions or sculptures anywhere dry water tank. Next, we come across
around the caves. Dr. Dawood Dalvi a huge incomplete cave of dimensions
98 ft. (l) x 11 ft. (w) x 2 ft (h). the way to the top and at the top.
Although it’s incomplete, its carved The side walls of the Wada seem
pillars are clearly visible.
to be intact, but barely so. A Peer
(islamic memorial) is also there,
On the North East i.e. in the giving the hill an alternate name
direction of Nagad, there are about of ‘Peer Bardi’. Bardi meaning a
45 carved out steps. The largest small hill. An idol of Lord Hanuman
step measures 78 inches (l) x 17 on top appears to have been
inches (w). An idol of a goddess, placed recently. The top provides
which seems to be of recent origin, a commanding view of Antur to
has been installed close to the the East, Ajintha-Satmala range
stairs. There is another tank with to the South, Nagad region to the
pillars on the east side which is North and Wadgaon Dam to the
filled with soil. Infact, there is a west. Devotees crowd the place in
cluster of 10 water tanks on the the holy month of Shravan to offer
south and south east side, including prayers to Lord Shiva.
one cave with pillars. The experts’
opine that all the caves having The remains of the fortification
pillars must have been ‘Viharas extending from the East to the
/ Leni’. Of the cluster, the largest West are visible below the cluster
tank measures 58 ft long and the of water tanks. Most of the
smaller 20 ft. Two of these are remains of fortification are covered
spread to the North-South and the by soil. A partially built secret door
rest in the East-West directions. is also seen on the southern side
The mysterious rectangular shapes of the fortification. The fortification
visible in the satellite maps are is built with chiselled stones.
these tanks from the cluster which The style of construction belongs
easily caught the eye due to their to the pre-islamic reign. As per
size.
experts, the presence of pillared
caves (Viharas), tanks etc suggest
The remains of foundations of that this fort may be older than its
shelters and Wada can be seen on famous neighbour : Antur Fort.
In Dr. Dalvi’s opinion these caves
of Hinayana era have remained
incomplete probably due to lack
of financial support or political
changes. He also adds that the
cave with four steps and other two
pillared caves may have been ‘
Viharas / Leni ’. About the period of
the caves, Dr. Arunchandra Pathak
and Dr. Suraj Pandit have a different
opinion. According to them, these
unfinished caves would be from a
later era i.e. Yadava Period. A visit
to the place & detailed study by
scholars of the subject can throw
more light on the history of these
caves and fort.
The devotees informed us that
the people staying in the vicinity
belong to the Banjara, Pardeshi,
Patil and Bhill tribes. Farmers here,
grow pomgrenate, Sweetlime,
Banana, Jowar, Bajra etc.
Localites refer to this hill as
Mahadev Taka. However, the postal
address of the hamlets at the base is
Lonza Shivar, Nagad, Tal.– Kannad,
Dist. - Aurangabad. This address
played a crucial role in determining
the exact name of the fort. There
is a passing reference (without
precise location) to this fort in the
gazateer of Aurangabad District
as ‘LONGHA’ and the directory of
Villages mentions a village named
‘LONZA’. Map no. 44(i) of the
Census of India 2001, Maharashtra,
Administrative Atlas, also refers to
the village as ‘LONZA’ and marks
it as ‘Uninhabited Village’. The
co-ordinates given in the directory
of villages and map no. 44(i)
undoubtedly match with location
of Fort Lonza. These records prove
that the fort discovered is none
other than ‘Fort Lonza’. Also,
Conservation assistant of the
Archaeological Survey of India,
Nashik sub-circle, B. B. Sukhdeve,
after confirming with the ASI
office, Auranagbad circle, informed
Times of India (Nasik edition) that
the fort is not listed in the central,
state or national records. A study
of numerous related books viz.
Report on the Antiquities in the
Bidar and Aurangabad Districts by
James Burgess (1878), Mediaeval
Temples of the Dakhan by Henry
Cousens (1931), Late Hinayana
Caves of Western India by Dr. M.K.
Dhavalikar (1984) and others, lead
us to believe that the caves on the
fort have been unexplored as yet.
For establishing the status of the
Fort & Caves as undiscovered,
determining the name of the Fort,
their period; guidance from Shri.
Girish Takle (Fort Explorer), Dr
Dawood Dalvi (Senior Historian),
Dr. Arunchandra Pathak (Executive
Editor and Secretary, Gazetteers
Dept., Govt of Maharashtra) and
Shri.
Sadanand Apte proved
invaluable.
This discovery is dedicated to
our friend & mountaineer (Late)
Mangesh Deshpande.
- Rajan Mahajan (Manager- Legal,
Abhijeet Group) and Hemant
Pokhrankar (Nasik)
EMPLOYEE
PROFILE
WORLD OF
WINNERS
POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN
ELECTRICITY REGULATION
EMPLOYEE
PROFILE
Name:
PRABHAT K SAHA
Designation:
Sr. VP – Power Project (KPL)
Location:
Vishakhapatnam
Mr. R M Mahajan, (Manager, Legal, Mumbai
- Abhijeet Group )successfully completed a Post
Graduate Diploma in Electricity Regulation with
69%. This course is conducted by the World Trade
Centre, Mumbai under the aegis of Maharashtra
Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC).And his
project report on “Parallel Licensing – A Unique
situation in Maharashtra” was one of the best two
project reports assessed by the examiners.
Birthday
:01.06.1960
Anniversary
:07.08.1989
Spouse Name
:
Mrs. Rupa Saha
Children Name
:
Jyotishko Saha
Interests/Hobbies/ : Passionate about
Gardening
One interesting thing about me that most of you don’t know : I Love “Honesty” and Hate Liers.
Brief Family Profile: I am settled in Delhi. My wife Homemaker having one son perusing his BA LLB
in Delhi.
My Vision: To become the most effective top executive of our corporate family and on country.
Message for fellow Abhijeetians: Wish to be a part of family member of Abhijeet and bear the
torch for the development of power business of the Organization.
BIRTHDAY &
ANNIVERSARY
01 June
Prabhat Kusum Saha
Sr. VP- Project
Visakhapatnam
05 June
Neelotpal Gupta
VP - Corporate Affaires
New Delhi
10 June
Kaviliga Naga Venkata Ramana
AGM - Steel DRI
Saraikela
16 June
Sattiraju Prasad
GM - Mechanical
Visakhapatnam
21 June
Vinod Taori
AGM - Information Technology
Nagpur
29 June
Umesh Satpathy
GM - Operation & Maintenance
Durgapur
01 June
Pramod Kumar Singh
GM - Projects
Nagpur
05 June
Chandri Naidu Yenugutala
Sr. DGM - Project Cement
Nagpur
11 June
Manoj Singh
AGM - Commercial & Planning
Nagpur
17 June
Ravi Paliwal
GM - Commercial
Nagpur
22 June
Vrajesh Shah
AGM - Business Head
Nagpur
30 June
Mukesh Gupta
DGM - Company Secretarial
Nagpur
01 June
Vadali Sharma
DGM - Internal Audit
Visakhapatnam
06 June
Subba Rao Urinkala
DGM - Engineering
Visakhapatnam
13 June
Abhijit Roy
President - Corporate Shared
Services, Nagpur
17 June
Milind Deoghare
AGM - Electrical(T&D)
Nagpur
22 June
Chandra Shekhar Singh
GM - Security
Saraikela
30 June
Prashant Ashtankar
AGM - Information Technology
Nagpur
02 June
Shyam Kumar Patel
DGM - Procurement
Ranchi
07 June
Sharwan Kumar Athankar
DGM - Security
Chandwa
13 June
Raghu Veera Tadivada
AGM - Civil
Visakhapatnam
19 June
R B Rayeen
President - Engineering Services
Nagpur
24 June
Jagdamba Saran Jarolia
GM - Power Trading & Regulatory
Nagpur
02 June
Sunil Mishra
DGM - Maintenance
Nagpur
08 June
Prakash Chandra Joshi
Sr. GM - Mechanical
Chandwa
14 June
Sunil Kumar Gupta
Sr. VP - Cement Business
Satna
20 June
Pradeep Jayaswal
President -Group Corporate Office,
Nagpur
25 June
Parthasarathy Vadapalli
AGM - Envt. Health & Safety
Visakhapatnam
03 June
Dr. Anal Kumar Sinha
GM - Mining Misc. & Geology
Ranchi
08 June
Rakesh Dubey
Sr. DGM - Mechanical
Saraikela
15 June
K Ravikumar
MD -Corporate Power
Nagpur
21 June
Somdatt Bhardwaj
DGM - Liaisoning CPL
New Delhi
28 June
Kumar Jayaswal
AGM - Projects
Nagpur
03 June
Yogesh Khanna
SGM - Recruitment
Nagpur
10 June
Rama Krishna Rao
DGM - HR & Administration
Visakhapatnam
15 June
S V Murali Prasad Reddy
Sr. GM - Mechanical
Nagpur
21 June
Janaki Ramaiah
AGM - Mechanical
Visakhapatnam
28 June
Maj. Mohit Shaktawat
AGM - Corporate Security
Nagpur
BIRTHDAY &
ANNIVERSARY
Happy
Aniversary
2JU2NE
ABHISHEK JAYASWAL
Group Managing Director
Nagpur
SONAL JAYASWAL
Director
HR & Communications
Nagpur
01 June
Niranjan Prasad
DGM - Mechanical
Chandwa
06 June
Bidyut Kumar Maity
DGM - Steel Melting Shop
Saraikela
18.06. 2012
Amrendra Kumar
AGM - CSR
Chandwa
02 June
Yogesh Khanna
DGM - Recruitment
Nagpur
07 June
N Surya Prakash Rao
AVP - Mechanical
Ranchi
15 June
Neeraj Agarwal
Sr. GM - Purchase & Despatch
Visakhapatnam
19 June
Lakshmi Narayan Perni
AVP - Project Coordination Steel
Ranchi
24 June
Vimlesh Shukla
AGM -Operation & Maintenance
Chandwa
02 June
Roshan Lal Verma
GM - Coal Handling Plant
Chandwa
07 June
Narendra Ballal
Sr. GM - Engineering
Nagpur
16 June
Dr. Anal Kumar Sinha
GM - Mining Misc. & Geology
Ranchi
19 June
Sattiraju Prasad
GM - Mechanical
Visakhapatnam
28 June
Pradeep Jayaswal
President - Group Corporate Office,
Nagpur
03 June
Swapan Dutta
Sr. GM - Project Bio Mass
Kolkata
08 June
P N Krishnan
Director - Finance(Power)
Mumbai
18 June
Ajay Tewari
Sr. VP - Corporate Affairs
Bhopal
20 June
Milind Bodhankar
AVP - Accounts
Nagpur
30 June
Shashi Bhushan Prasad Singh
Sr. DGM - Civil
Ranchi
04 June
Dilip Khodke
DGM - Projects
Nagpur
08 June
Abhay Kumar Sinha
DGM - Personnel & HR
Ranchi
18 June
Ashok Kumar Bharti
GM - CSR & Corporate Affairs
Ranchi
22 June
Narendra Chauhan
GM - Civil
Nagpur
30.06. 2012
Vijay Kumar
DGM - Projects
Nagpur
06 June
Birendra Kumar Singh
DGM - Personnel & HR
Saraikela
14 June
Umesh Yadav
DGM - Mechanical
Saraikela
18 June
Chandra Shekhar Singh
AGM - Security
Saraikela
23 June
Vikas Mishra
AGM - Project Coordination Power
Plant, Ranchi

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