Jamshedpur, September 6: Tata Business Excellence Group is set to organise ‘Sky is the limit’ Programme on 8th September, 2016 at FASY Auditorium, Loyola School.
The event is an interactive dialogue session for Senior School students with mountaineers Bachendri Pal, Arunima Sinha and Premlata Agarwal. Bachendri Pal is the First Indian women to climb Mt. Everest, Premlata Agrawal is first house-wife and a mother of two to climb the Mt. Everest and seven other peaks at the age of 48 while Arunima Sinha is the first woman amputee to climb Mt. Everest.
Inspired by Tata Steel’s “Window of the World” programme, Tata Business Excellence Group (formerly TQMS) had started a platform called “SKIL-Sky is the Limit” for senior school children at Jamshedpur under its Education Excellence Programme (TEEP).
The objective of this initiative is to enable students to interact with accomplished personalities and derive inspiration from them. Earlier Dr. Kalam had interacted with children.
In 2015, there was a lively question answer session with Dr. Radhakrishnan (ISRO chief). In August 2015, Dr Jamshed J Irani, former Managing Director Tata Steel and T V Narendran, Managing Director, Tata Steel and South East Asia, had a dialogue with students on the theme ‘Leadership Lessons’.
The children and school communities have highly appreciated these interactions, as children gets to see and interact with accomplished people and derive inspiration.
The programme is usually attended by about 1000-1200 students accompanied by teachers from over 50 schools in Jamshedpur. Tata Business Excellence Group plans to hold this series of dialogues on a regular basis.