TATA Metaliks - Together we build a sustainable future.
We aim to improve access to education through Infrastructure development in Government primary and high schools and Tata Metaliks Scholarship for meritorious students from marginalized groups. The quality of education is being improved through following initiatives: Initiatives TML 300 Schools Project has been implemented to ensure equitable and quality school education with a special focus on marginalized tribal communities in Kharagpur.
• Youth-led initiatives to improve education for drop-outs, health and nutrition among adolescents and youth
• Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics learning through mini Science Centres in high schools
• English and Computer learning for high school students
• Integrated Learning Enhancement and Acceleration Programme to assist the students with learning difficulties
• Capacity building of Government school teachers and members of school management committees
• Under-15 football coaching to promote sports and discipline
• Adult literacy classes for women
We aim to ensure the well-being of people by providing safe drinking water, basic hygiene, sanitation, and healthcare
We remain focused to:• Ensure piped water and sanitation wastewater management to target 25 model villages
We aim to develop a pool of skilled and employable youth to be gainfully employed.
Skill development training is being imparted in employable trades at the Tata Metaliks Skill Development Centre (TMSDC) in partnership with Tata Strive.
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We aim to provide additional income to women through farm/off-farm activities as well as develop/support Dalit and tribal entrepreneurs within our value chain.
We aim to create avenues for dalit and tribal communities for their cultural and institutional awakening
We aim to develop community infrastructure and protect the environment. TML has developed infrastructure for water conservation as well as constructed toilets, roads and drains, in various locations.
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The Company in FY 2019-20 embarked on an ambitious journey to become ‘water positive’ by FY 2024-25 through focused interventions including steep reduction in water consumption, creating water conservation & harvesting structures, deepening of ponds, etc. in and around our plant. In line with the objective of making water available to the community, the Jal se Jeevan project saw further progress during the year with excavation of several rainwater capturing ponds and infrastructureRead More
Pond excavated by Tata Metaliks is more than just a water conservation structure. It is like a pension to me that will continue to give a regular income to my family.Read More
In 2019, Ganga was supported with saplings of mango, guava and lemon which have started giving fruits.Read More
Ashok a youth boy from Mudipara village, first attended the Effective Living and Leadership Program at Jamshedpur, and then Advanced Effective Living and Leadership ProgramRead More
We were simple village women, confined within the boundary of our house and surrounded by daily household chores. Tata Metaliks trained us in tailoring and later during COVIDRead More
As parents of a girl child, we were very apprehensive about her future, but now post her training as a General Duty Assistant at Tata Metaliks Skill DevelopmentRead More
Anchintya Ari Secretary Samraipur Jan Kalyan Samiti Our village is predominantly a tribal village with over 80% households belonging to Lodha Tribe.Read More
I was married of at a very early age, due to which I dropped out of school. I participated in various training programs through Tata MetaliksRead More