Su­nil Bhaskaran, Vice Pres­i­dent, Cor­po­rate Ser­vices, Tata Steel

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The TATA STEEL Group and PGTI have an­nounced the 15th TATA Open Golf which will be held in Jamshed­pur from 15th – 18th De­cem­ber, 2016. The four­day tour­na­ment will be hosted at the Gol­muri Golf Course in Jamshed­pur. The Pro-Am will be played on 14th De­cem­ber, 2016. The event of­fers a rich prize purse of Rs. 75 lakhs. The tour­na­ment will fea­ture some of the top In­dian pro­fes­sion­als such as de­fend­ing cham­pion Mukesh Ku­mar, Chikkarangappa, Rashid Khan, Khalin Joshi, Shamim Khan, Shub­hankar Sharma, Shankar Das, Honey Baisoya and Ajeetesh Sandhu, to name a few. The top for­eign play­ers in the field are Sri Lankans Mithun Per­era, Anura Ro­hana, K Praba­garan and N Thangaraja, Ku­nal Bhasin of Aus­tralia, Bangladesh’s Md Za­mal Hos­sain Mol­lah and Nepal’s To­ran Bikram Shahi. The lo­cal chal­lenge will be led by pro­fes­sional Karan Taunk of Jamshed­pur. The field also fea­tures six promis­ing am­a­teurs from Jamshed­pur – Aditya Pan­chamiya, Arush Sab­har­wal, Dheer Dutta, Ku­rush Heer­jee, Pawan Marwa and Shivam Ka­mani. Speak­ing about the ini­tia­tive Mr Su­nil Bhaskaran, Deputy Vice Pres­i­dent, Cor­po­rate Ser­vices, Tata Steel said ‘Come win­ter and Jamshed­pur looks for­ward to host­ing In­dia’s top golf­ing tal­ent on the oc­ca­sion of the Tata Open Golf tour­na­ment. The event has grown in pop­u­lar­ity over the years and the Steel city is de­lighted with the pres­ence of the golf­ing stal­warts. Watch­ing them in ac­tion, at the new and im­proved Gol­muri Golf Course is a treat. With its com­mit­ment to fur­ther­ing sport­ing ac­tiv­i­ties, Tata Steel is proud to be as­so­ci­ated with this event’ Mr. Ut­tam Singh Mundy, Di­rec­tor, PGTI, said, “The 15th TATA Open is likely to wit­ness a clas­sic con­test as the top pro­fes­sion­als in the coun­try look to stake claim to the cov­eted Rolex Player of the Year ti­tle. The added in­cen­tive for play­ers to fin­ish in­side the top 60 to earn their ex­emp­tions for next year’s PGTI sea­son makes the con­test even more ex­cit­ing. The sus­tained sup­port of spon­sors such as the TATA STEEL Group has helped the PGTI build a strong foun­da­tion for pro­fes­sional golf in In­dia over the last decade. We thank the TATA STEEL Group for their com­mit­ted sup­port to the sport and look for­ward to an­other suc­cess­ful edi­tion of the TATA Open.” The tour­na­ment venue, the Gol­muri Golf Course, is a lush green, beau­ti­ful and very well­main­tained golf course which doesn’t al­low golfers any room for er­ror. About Tata Steel and Sports Tata Steel Group stands among the top global steel com­pa­nies with an an­nual crude steel ca­pac­ity of 28 mil­lion tonnes per an­num (MnTPA) and a turnover of US $17.69 bil­lion in FY16. It is the world's sec­ond­most ge­o­graph­i­cally-di­ver­si­fied steel pro­ducer, with op­er­a­tions in 26 coun­tries and com­mer­cial pres­ence in over 50 coun­tries. Es­tab­lished in

1907, the Group’s vi­sion is to be the world steel in­dus­try bench­mark in “Value Cre­ation” and “Cor­po­rate Cit­i­zen­ship” through the ex­cel­lence of its peo­ple, its in­no­va­tive ap­proach and over­all con­duct. Un­der­pin­ning this vi­sion is a per­for­mance cul­ture com­mit­ted to as­pi­ra­tion tar­gets, safety and so­cial re­spon­si­bil­ity, con­tin­u­ous im­prove­ment, open­ness and trans­parency. Hav­ing bagged the Dem­ing Ap­pli­ca­tion Prize and Dem­ing Grand Prize for con­tin­u­ous im­prove­ment in 2008 and 2012 re­spec­tively, Tata Steel has now been recog­nised as the global ‘In­dus­try Leader’ in ‘Steel cat­e­gory’ by Dow Jones Sus­tain­abil­ity In­dex. Be­sides be­ing one of ‘ world­steel’s’ Cli­mate Ac­tion mem­bers, it has also been awarded the CII ITC Sus­tain­abil­ity Prize, the ‘Best-in-class Man­u­fac­tur­ing’ by TIME Award, the Prime Min­is­ter’s Tro­phy for the best per­form­ing in­te­grated steel plant, among sev­eral oth­ers. Tata Steel is the only In­dian com­pany to in­vest in world-class sports fa­cil­i­ties, cre­ate acad­e­mies and main­tain and man­age in­ter­na­tional level are­nas. The cadets of its Tata Foot­ball Acad­emy, the nurs­ery for the sport in In­dia, as well as those of the Tata Archery Acad­emy, the only one of its kind for archery, have jus­ti­fied the faith that the Com­pany has in the tal­ent and abil­ity of its youth. To­day, a sig­nif­i­cant part of the In­dian Foot­ball team, In­dia’s best archers, some of its finest crick­eters, ath­letes, shoot­ers, a Grand Mas­ter and sev­eral na­tional and in­ter­na­tional leg­ends have re­al­ized their dreams as a re­sult of the sup­port they have re­ceived from TATA Steel Sports Acad­e­mies.

Tata Steel brings First ever ISRO Exhibition to Odisha

Cel­e­brat­ing the 10th year of Young Astronomer Tal­ent Search (YATS), Tata Steel in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Pathani Sa­manta Plan­e­tar­ium (PSP) has brought the much ac­claimed Vikram Sarab­hai Space Exhibition of the In­dian Space Re­search Or­gan­i­sa­tion (ISRO) for the first time to Odisha. The week-long exhibition was in­au­gu­rated to­day at the Pathani Sa­manta Plan­e­tar­ium, Bhubaneswar by Mr Kailash Chan­dra Sa­hoo, Di­rec­tor Pathani Sa­manta Plan­e­tar­ium, Bhubaneswar and Mr Arun Misra, Vice Pres­i­dent, Project Gopalpur

and Manag­ing Di­rec­tor, Tata Steel SEZ. The exhibition will be on dis­play from 10 am to 5 pm from De­cem­ber 13 to De­cem­ber 17, 2016. The mo­bile exhibition pre­sented by Vikram Sarab­hai Space Exhibition (VSSE ) , Ahmed­abad, is hav­ing a set of about 20 static pan­els re­lated to Re­mote Sens­ing Satel­lites and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Satel­lite and their ap­pli­ca­tions, Chan­drayaan/ Mars mis­sion, mod­els of cam­era of Mars Mis­sion, satel­lite im­ages; scale down mod­els of launch ve­hi­cles like PSLV & GSLV, var­i­ous satel­lite mod­els of INSAT and IRS, OCM, Aryab­hatta, RISAT, etc. and a work­ing model show­ing satel­lites or­bit­ing around earth. While me­chan­i­cal com­po­nent parts used in satel­lites are on the dis­play, there are var­i­ous video doc­u­men­taries on launch­ing the Mars Mis­sion. For stu­dents of higher classes there is also a video dis­play on how to join ISRO. ISRO’s Geo por­tal-BHUVAN web­site will be demon­strated dur­ing the exhibition as well. A team of se­nior sci­en­tists and en­gi­neers from the Space Ap­pli­ca­tions Cen­ter, Ahmed­abad, are also present in the exhibition to in­ter­act with the stu­dents. Speak­ing about the exhibition, Mr Arun Misra said, Bring­ing in the ISRO exhibition is a mo­men­tous oc­ca­sion to mark the 10th edi­tion of YATS. The aim of this exhibition is to de­velop sci­en­tific tem­per amongst the stu­dents and re­searchers and to make com­mon man aware of the con­tri­bu­tions of ISRO ini­tia­tives in our daily lives. The chil­dren vis­it­ing the exhibition should also feel en­cour­aged and pur­sue higher stud­ies in space sci­ence.” Dur­ing the in­au­gu­ra­tion cer­e­mony, Mr Kailash Chan­dra Sa­hoo said, “We are proud to host ISRO’s first ever exhibition in the state. This will help to de­velop sci­en­tific tem­per among stu­dents. I look for­ward to many foot­falls from cu­ri­ous young­sters and astron­omy en­thu­si­asts over the next one week.” In a fit­ting con­clu­sion to the 10th edi­tion of YATS, this ini­tia­tive is ex­pected to pro­vide valu­able re­al­world ex­po­sure to the world of astron­omy and space sci­ence. The 10th edi­tion of YATS has wit­nessed ac­tive par­tic­i­pa­tion of nearly 34,000 stu­dents from over 300 schools, spread over 27 dis­tricts of Odisha. About Tata Steel Tata Steel Group stands among the top global steel com­pa­nies with an an­nual crude steel ca­pac­ity of 28 mil­lion tonnes per an­num (MnTPA) and a turnover of US $17.69 bil­lion in FY16. It is the world's se­cond- most ge­o­graph­i­cally-di­ver­si­fied steel pro­ducer, with op­er­a­tions in 26 coun­tries and com­mer­cial pres­ence in over 50 coun­tries. Es­tab­lished in 1907, the Group’s vi­sion is to be the world steel in­dus­try bench­mark in “Value Cre­ation” and “Cor­po­rate Cit­i­zen­ship” through the ex­cel­lence of its peo­ple, ap­proach and over­all con­duct. Un­der­pin­ning this vi­sion is a per­for­mance cul­ture com­mit­ted to as­pi­ra­tion tar­gets, safety and so­cial re­spon­si­bil­ity, con­tin­u­ous im­prove­ment, open­ness and trans­parency. Hav­ing bagged the Dem­ing Ap­pli­ca­tion Prize and Dem­ing Grand Prize for con­tin­u­ous im­prove­ment in 2008 and 2012 re­spec­tively, Tata Steel has now been recog­nised as the global ‘In­dus­try Leader’ in ‘Steel cat­e­gory’ by Dow Jones Sus­tain­abil­ity In­dex. Be­sides be­ing one of ‘world­steel’s’ Cli­mate Ac­tion mem­bers, it has also been awarded the CII ITC Sus­tain­abil­ity Prize, the ‘Best-in-class Man­u­fac­tur­ing’ by TIME Award, the Prime Min­is­ter’s Tro­phy for the best per­form­ing in­te­grated steel plant, among sev­eral oth­ers.

Tata Open Golf to kick off on 15th De­cem­ber with a prize money of Rs 75 lakh

Ut­tam Singh Mundy, Di­rec­tor, PGTI

Su­nil Bhaskaran, Deputy Vice Pres­i­dent, Cor­po­rate Ser­vices, Tata Steel

Tata Steel brings First ever ISRO

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