NTPC organized Gender Sensitivity training PSU NEWS
Ranchi: NTPC Coal Mining HeadQuarters, Ranchi recently organized a training program on "Gender Sensitivity" through MS Team online mode.
The training was inaugurated by Smt Malancha Mathew, GM(HR), CMHQs. Addressing the participants, she spoke of the empowerment of women that can be achieved through independence. Gender Equality is the need of the hour and one should refrain from distinguishing between male and female, said Smt Mathew.
Shri Amit Kumar Dubey, Head of Mines Safety, CMHQs on the occasion brief interaction focused on the safety of women workforce in coal mining sites and he added that any suggestion in making the working environment safe is always welcome.
The faculty of the program was Ms. Arunima Patra, Tanvi Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd. The course module covered Gender Awareness, Gender Equality, Vishakha guidelines 1997, POSH Act 2013, Case studies, and Questions answer session. The unique feature of today's training was the enthusiastic participation of all-female dumper operators deployed in Pakri Barwadih Coal Mining Project, Hazaribag. Participants from Pakri Barwadih, Talaipalli, and Coal Mining Headquarters participated in the training. Participants were found interactive and the training was appreciated by all.
Posted Date : 04-01-21
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