Community welfare initiatives of Coal India and subsidiaries

Last Modified: Sat Mar 04 2017 13:52:40 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 22
    Number of needy children living near the Khadia Project of Northern Coalfields Limited, that were provided with sweaters and books by the Sanjivani Mahila Samity.
  • 03 Jan 2017
    Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) inaugurates a Computer Training Centre and a Tailoring, Embroidery & Knitting Centre at its Krishnashila Project. Local youth will be imparted free computer education and training at this centre which would help them to get employment. Young women and girls will also be trained in Tailoring, Embroidery & Knitting to enable them to become self reliant.
  • 05 Jan 2017
    South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL), addressed the plight of homeless and less fortunate by distributing food to the needy men, women and children who live in front of Bilaspur Railway station. They also distributed fruits. This good deed was implemented by Shradha Mahila Mandal of SECL.
  • 07 Jan 2017
    Central Coalfields Limited (CCL), distributed Sewing Machines, Shawls, Sarees and Musical Instruments to women of Hahap Village, Ranchi to help make them self reliant. Shri Gopal Singh, CMD, CCL, Hon’ble Member of Parliament Shri. Ram Tahal Choudhary and senior officials of CCL were present on the occasion.
  • 471
    children attend the school Gurukul Ashramshala - a residential school set up and supported by Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) in Udasa, Nagpur. On 12 Jan 2017, the Jhankar Mahila Mandal of WCL distributed blankets and sweets to the students.
  • 14 Jan 2017
    Northern Coalfields Limited, installed an “arthroscope” in the orthopedics department at its Nehru Shatabdi Hospital in Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh. This will help the doctors to examine and treat various joint related ailments with minimal invasive procedure.
  • 14 km
    Length of road from Gevra - Chakabuda – Jawali to Banki - Mongra in Chhattisgarh that will be constructed by Gevra project of South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL). The construction is estimated to cost Rs. 51.60 crores. A cheque of Rs. 10.32 crores, as initial payment, was handed over to the collector of Gevra, Shri. P. Dayanand.
  • 87
    project affected rural girls from Pench and Kanhan were imparted training in paramedical skills as part of Western Coalfields Limited (WCL)'s Skill Development Programme.
  • 40
    Knowledge cum Residential Centers (KRCs), one per school in backward villages of Purulia, have been set up with backup power units and libraries and computers by Coal India Ltd. in collaboration with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
  • 14 Jan 2017
    Jagruti Mahila Mandal of Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) distributed shawls, bed sheets, rice, pulses and jaggery to the inmates of Burla based Leprosy Ashram on the occasion of Makar Sankranthi.
  • 38
    needy children of Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL)’s DAV School were provided sweaters by its Jagruti Mahila Mandal.
  • 24,852
    Number of people who donated blood at 371 blood donation camps organised by Coal India Ltd. in West Bengal. These programs were organised in association with the Association of Voluntary Blood Donors, Kolkata.
  • 30
    Project affected persons will receive training in computer based accounting over a period of one month at North Wani in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra. The training will be held from 16 Jan 2017 to 15 Feb 2017.
  • 326
    men, women and children were examined at a medical camp set up at the Jayant project of Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) in Saraswa Raja Village in Madhya Pradesh. Free medicines and nutritious food were also distributed at the camp.
  • 125
    + children underwent a free medical checkup at the Bina project of Northern Coalfields Limited. They were examined for vision, BMI (Body Mass Index) and various other health parameters and a health profile was made. Based on their health profiles, children were given multi-vitamins, vitamin D, protein powder and de-worming medicine.
  • 26 Jan 2017
    Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL), as a part of its “Swavalamban Scheme”, is helping the underprivileged youth living in its peripheral areas to learn driving and become self sustainable. On successful completion of their training, they were handed over their driving licences on the occasion of Republic Day.
  • 400
    men, women and children availed of free checkup at a medical camp organised by Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) at Dasauti village in its Amlori Project. Free medicines were distributed at the camp as well.
  • 1,000
    + residents of Bodarhava Tola, Ward 11 will benefit from a water pipeline laid by Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) in its Jhingurda Project. The pipeline will supply drinking water. NCL has also installed tanks for storage of water. Smt. Premvati Khairwar, Mayor, Singrauli Municipal Corporation dedicated the new pipeline to the residents of Bodarhava Tola.
  • 30
    Project Affected People and rural youth in Wani area were trained in using and installation of Solar Home Lighting Systems, including Solar LED/CFL lights. The training was organised by Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) in association with Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME).
  • 10 Feb 2017
    Shraddha Mahila Mandal of the South Eastern Coalfields Limited organized a Free Health Camp at Bilaspur. People living in and around SECL’s Corporate office underwent Bone Density Test, Blood Tests, screening for Diabetes and ENT checkup.
  • 104
    units of blood were collected and donated to the Blood Bank of the Sub Divisional Hospital at Talcher through a blood donation camp organized by Lingaraj area of Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) in association with Red Cross Society.
  • 30
    rural youth getting benefited from Skill Development Program on Data Entry & Networking organised by Western Coal Ltd. in Kanhan.
  • 13 Feb 2017
    A skill development program on 'Computer Accounting with Tally' was organised by Western Coal Ltd. in Wani North.
  • 500 kg
    biomedical waste incinerator commissioned by Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) at its Central Hospital in Dhanbad on 03 Mar 2017. This is the first biomedical waste incinerator in Dhanbad.
  • 550
    villagers took advantage of a free health and eye camp organised by Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) on 28 Feb 2017. 260 underwent eye check up, 95 villagers were given free spectacles, 27 were detected with glaucoma and 9 with cataract. 82 villagers were detected with diabetes while screening.
  • 3
    cycles were distributed to girl students of middle level school in the Jayant project of Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL). The cost of the cycles was borne by the Sugandha Mahila Samiti - a welfare organisation set up by women/wives at NCL. The cycles were distributed on 02 Mar 2017.
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    number of women that are participating in a handloom weaving project at Dhanbad, organised by Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL).