ECL gave fifty sewing machines to women from economically backward classes
Kolkata: Eastern Coalfields Ltd. gave away fifty sewing machines as to enable women from economically backward classes to become self reliant. The sewing machines were given to underprivileged women from Kajora, Panveswar, Kenda, Mugma, Sonepur Bazari, Jhanjra, Kunustoria, Kajora, Satgram areas of ECL by Officers Wives Society, ECL - Dishergarh Trishakti Mahila Mandal.
This initiative also intends to help them make masks to fight the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The humble sewing machine, with its subtle contribution in making reusable masks for the masses, has returned as a hero and a symbol of self reliance once again.
ECL is a coal producer based in India. The company was founded in 1975 after nationalisation of coal mines in India. It operates coal mines in Jharkhand and West Bengal states of India. It inherited all the private sector coal mines of the Raniganj Coalfield. It is one of the fully owned subsidiaries of Coal India Limited.
Posted Date : 24-10-20
Categories : CSR