NML celebrates International Women’s Day
Jamshedpur, March 13: CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory on Friday celebrated International Women’s Day at CSIR-NML.
Padma Shri Premlata Agarwal, Dr. I. Chattoraj, director, CSIR-NML, Jamshedpur, D. Chattoraj, , Dr. S. Palit Sagar, Sr. principal scientist, CSIR-NML were present during the inaugural function.
Around 200 staff and family members from different divisions and centres of CSIR-NML participated in the programme. The theme of today’s inaugural session was “EachforEqual” – The theme of International Women’s Day 2020.
While welcoming the gathering, Dr. I. Chattoraj appreciated the women employees working at the laboratory.
Chief Guest, Padma Shri Premlata Agarwal emphasised on the role of women. Man and Women both are equal. Man & Women have different qualities, we should respect each other. Nothing is impossible in this world, if your goal is fixed, you can achieve at any point of time. Nothing can be the hurdle in the path of success if you are bent upon achieving the goals in your life.
Dr. S. Palit Sagar, Chairperson of the programme opined that women’s role in the development of country. He said, the theme of our team is to uplift under privileged women employee through education and improve their confidence level so that they can perform in an open audience.
Mrs. D. Chattoraj proposed the vote of thanks and expressed her appreciation to all the members of the organising committee for their untiring effort in making the programme a success. Special thanks was given to our temporary women employee for their performance. Mrs. Chattoraj ended saying, “Empowerment is for weak only and we are woman”
On the eve of International Women’s Day celebration, lot of activities like – Food zone, Creativity, Rangoli, Pot Painting, Game Zone and so on. Other cultural programme were also organised by the CSIR-NML family in this occasion.
On March 12, CSIR-NML organised a day long Health Check-up for all its women employees, spouses of male employees, project staff and contractual staff. About 80 women mandatorily attended the health check-up. In this endeavour, the entire medical staff of CSIR-NML was involved and facilitated the camp under the supervision of Dr. Priyanka Singh, Resident Medical Officer to make the program a success.
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