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Ratan Tata Inaugurates New Building of Naval Tata Hockey Academy

Ratan Tata Inaugurates New Building of Naval Tata Hockey Academy in Jamshedpur


Tata Sons emeritus chairman Ratan N Tata is presently in Jamshedpur. He is attending the Founders Day celebrations along with chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran. The duo jointly inaugurated the new building of Naval Tata Hockey Academy.

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The foundation stone was laid down by Ratan Tata in the presence of N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons. Also T V Narendran, CEO & Managing Director, Tata Steel on March 2, 2018.

The two-storey building has a hostel for 52 cadets (boys), also rooms for 9 coaches. Also a gymnasium, a teaching room, a Hall of Fame and an office. It has a dining and kitchen area, infirmary, massage room and a board room. There is also a viewing balcony for 20 people. The first two phases are completed. Next on the itinerary is accommodation for 52 girl cadets. A practice field will also be added as part of the third phase.

NTHA Jamshedpur has been set-up through a joint collaboration between Tata Steel, Tata Trusts. Also Indian Steel & Wire Products (ISWP), that is a subsidiary of Tata Steel. They are planning to professionalize grassroots hockey in the tribal belts of Jharkhand and Odisha.

Ratan Tata also wished the employees of Tata Group:

Ratan Tata wished the employees of Tata Group and companies on Founders Day and tweeted,

Here is how The Steel City is paying tribute to the Founder:

Jamshedpur(The Steel City) will pay tributes to the founder Jamsteji Nusserwanji Tata on his 182nd birth anniversary. The theme this year is ‘Agile today for a Sustainable Tomorrow’. The company has illuminated 32 roundabouts and 13 heritage buildings as part of the celebration.

The Founder`s Day celebrations at Jamshedpur Steel Works will be live-streamed on March 3 from 8 am onwards. it is for employees as well as for a select group of Jamshedpur citizens.

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