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TSPL volunteers extend support to under-privileged students

TSPL volunteers extend support to under-privileged students

Jasbir Kapoor/ royalpatiala.in/ Bathinda

Employees of Talwandi Sabo Power Limited (TSPL) and its business partner, STEAG Energy Services Pvt. Ltd., came together to help over 300 students from marginal families maintain continuity of studies amid the pandemic. In light of COVID-19 disrupting children’s education, government schoolteachers in Punjab have been reaching out to their students through virtual classes. However, students from families hard-hit by the pandemic are disadvantaged due to financial duress or lack of quality internet connection.

Moved by their distress, employees of TSPL and STEAG volunteered to provide stationery items and other essentials for students of Senior Secondary Govt. School, Chehlanwali Village, Mansa.

Vikas Sharma, CEO and WTD, TSPL, lauded the gesture of the volunteers and said, “I am extremely moved to see the spirit of kindness amongst the employees and business partners and their passion to serve the community. We are committed to the prosperity and well-being of the society at large and shall continue to strive for ensuring a sustainable, prosperous and progressive community.”

The school’s Principal, Rajendra Singh expressed his gratitude towards the volunteers and said, “TSPL has always supported us in times of need. We are thankful to the volunteers for their kind gesture and support to our students during these trying times.”

TSPL volunteers extend support to under-privileged students

TSPL has been at the forefront of Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives in Mansa and has undertaken several social development projects around the plant site contributing towards socio economic development of the area. In the changing paradigm of social fabric due to the pandemic, TSPL is shouldering the responsibilities with district and police administration with full dedication and perseverance.

Vedanta’s Talwandi Sabo Power Limited (TSPL) is a supercritical 1980 MW world-class thermal power plant in Banawala, Mansa district, Punjab and supplies 100% of the electricity it generates to Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd. TSPL deploys globally benchmarked environment and safety practices making it Punjab’s greenest thermal power plant, and among the foremost zero-harm, zero-waste, zero-discharge thermal power producers in the country. The plant has been instrumental in the socio-economic development of the region since inception.

August,10, 2020

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