BCCL organized Samman Samaroh ceremony PSU NEWS

Sri Gopal Singh thanked BCCL Directors, Trade Union Leaders, C-C-C and Welfare Board Members, members of Press and Media, executives, and employees of BCCL for their support, tireless efforts, creative suggestions, and selfless services that he received throughout his tenure.

 

BCCL organized Samman Samaroh ceremony

 

New Delhi: Samman Samaroh ceremony was organized by Bharat Coking Coal Limited on 30.01.21 in honour of CMD BCCL Sri Gopal Singh who is superannuating from services of the Company on 31.1.21 at Community Hall, Koyla Nagar. 

CMD BCCL Sri Gopal Singh was felicitated on the occasion by DT(OP) BCCL Sri Rakesh Kumar, DF BCCL Sri Samiran Dutta, DT(P&P) BCCL Sri Chanchal Goswami, D(P) BCCL Sri PVKRM Rao, CVO BCCL Sri Kumar Animesh, and DG CISF Sri P.Raman and a brief description of the visionary steps taken by him for the Company were briefly elaborated by Directors of BCCL.  BCCL Area and H.Q G.Ms and H.O.Ds with their core teams were present on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Sri Gopal Singh thanked BCCL Directors, Trade Union Leaders, C-C-C and Welfare Board Members, members of Press and Media, executives, and employees of BCCL for their support, tireless efforts, creative suggestions, and selfless services that he received throughout his tenure. He inspired all stakeholders to work as a team with a feeling of patriotism and oneness. He mentioned about the various advantages possessed by BCCL i.e availability of good quality coking coal, all areas and units within reachable distance etc and he hoped that the company would achieve greater heights and becomes one of India’s best Coking Coal producing Company in near future with 100MT annual production. 

He paid special emphasis on 3 points to be achieved in the years to come by BCCL Management; 1. One minded Dhanbad (Ekmat Dhanbad), 2. Green Dhanbad (Harit Dhanbad) and 3. Prosperous Dhanbad (Khushaal Dhanbad) and gave necessary directions to the team of Directors, G.Ms, and their teams to achieve the same. 

Later in the day, CMD BCCL Sri Gopal Singh inaugurated Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Dhyan Kendra at Jagjivan Nagar Dhanbad in presence of functional directors of BCCL, CVO BCCL, MLA Dhanbad Sri Raj Sinha, Smt Pramila Singh, Chairperson of Samarpan Mahila Samiti, executives and employees of BCCL and highlighted the importance of adopting meditation as a daily routine to gain better health, reduce stress and fatigue and be enthusiastic towards life.



Posted Date :  30-01-21

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