RINL CMD highlighted the need to focus on Improving Performance    18-Feb-2016     View PDF

RINL Formation Day celebrated with enthusiasm *Friendly Cricket Match between RINL and VJF organized * Medical Camp inaugurated in Islampeta village  The  Formation Day celebrations of RINL, the corporate entity of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant got off to a glittering start today. The occasion was marked with the flagging off a “Bicycle Rally” by Sri P Madhusudan, CMD, RINL from Ukku Stadium with the participation of large number of school children of Ukkunagaram. Around 300 children from various schools of Ukkunagaram participated in the Rally. To mark the occasion, the CMD and Directors planted saplings in the “Mass plantation of 5000 saplings” along with 500 school children and around 200 CISF Jawans and Home guards in the township. Medical Camp Inaugurated: Sri P Madhusudan inaugurated a Medical Camp in Islampeta village. Eye Check-up, general body check up like Sugar, BP etc carried on a Large number of patients in the medical camp. Sri Madhusudan along with Directors later participated in Swachh Bharat Campaign in Islampeta School along with school children. “Friendly T 20 Cricket Match” : Sri P Madhusudan inaugurated a “Friendly Cricket Match” played between RINL and Vizag Journalists Forum (VJF) at Col CK Naidu Stadium in Ukkunagaram. The VJF team led by Sri G Srinubabu, President of VJF and RINL team  led by Sri Madhusudan played the match with great enthusiasm. Chasing the total of 81 runs of VJF, Sri P Madhusudan steered Vizag Steel to victory with a stylish, unbeaten knock of 33 runs. Sri PC Mohapatra, Director (Projects), Dr GBS Prasad, Director (Personnel), Sri DN Rao, Director (Operations), Sri TVS Krishna Kumar, Director (Finance) participated in the match. The evening celebrations were started with the lighting of lamp at the sprawling Trishna grounds in the township. Sri P Madhusudan, CMD was the chief guest.    Addressing the large number of employees and their family members, Sri Madhusudan asked employees to intensify focus on enhanced volume of operation, techno-economic parameters, constant R&D interventions;  safe practices with utmost importance to cost optimization and revenue maximization. He observed that the present day business environment is extremely unstable with rapid changes in the industrial landscape. He stressed the  need to devise quick strategies, to cope up with these challenges pro-actively, to remain competitive and emerge successful. He said that there is a greater need to enhance competitiveness, through technical expertise, and to pioneer new markets to realize sustainable growth. It is the need of the hour to develop new growth engines, through innovative thinking and pro-actively taking new challenges for better possibilities, he said. CMD presents Jawaharlal Nehru Awards:  Sri Madhusudan distributed Jawaharlal Nehru awards to 72 employees both executives and non-executives together for their outstanding performance in their work areas. The ECO awards were also given away by the CMD to the departments who shown environment and energy friendly initiatives to mark the occasion. Cultural Programme: Notable event during celebrations is the Cultural Programme performed by employees and School children (in-house) during the evening programme. The in-house colourful cultural programme was organized by Corporate Communications department in association with Visakha Steel Cultural Association (VISCA) in the evening. Skits, Drama, Dances by employees & School Children enthralled the audience. Exhibition :  Corporate Communications department in association with Ukkunagaam Schools put up a pavilion with different stalls. Schools displayed their children talent in various spheres like Science Models, Environment Awareness Posters etc. Energy Management department and Environment Management departments of VSP displayed various monitors, gadgets for increasing the awareness in the public about energy conservation and safe working practices. Corporate Communication department showcased RINL activities through Photo Exhibition. &

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