Jindal Stainless holds stainless steel fabrication workshop for inmates at Lucknow Central Prison
Advancing the cause of “Skill India”, Jindal Stainless started a three-day stainless steel fabrication workshop for 30 inmates at Lucknow Central Prison. This initiative is part of the company’s stainless steel fabricator qualification pack developed in association with the National Skill Development Council (NSDC) and the Capital Goods Skill Council (CGSC). As part of this initiative, experts from Jindal Stainless will provide training to inmates on key manufacturing aspects such as welding, cutting and polishing of stainless steel and provide real-time experience of the applications of stainless steel. stainless steel through its display vans. Speaking about this initiative, the Chief Superintendent of the Central Prison, Mr. Ambreesh Gaur, said, “We follow the philosophy of reform and rehabilitation for our inmates. This manufacturing workshop offers immense opportunities for inmates to improve their skills. On behalf of the institution, I thank Jindal Stainless for their support in helping inmates to lead dignified lives after their term in office. “
Commenting on this initiative, Jindal Stainless Managing Director Abhyuday Jindal said, “Our program is supported by the National Skills Development Council. Our aim is to develop the skills of inmates while they are serving their sentence and to help them find respectable and remunerative employment options after their time in prison. Professionally trained stainless steel makers earn better livelihoods. It also helps to empower people and build a sustainable world at the same time. “
Stainless steel is a green metal because it is ~ 100% recyclable. Due to its properties of resistance to corrosion, heat, pressure, as well as long service life, the metal finds application in various industries, including railways, metro projects, white goods. , transport, heavy machinery, etc. Regular hands-on training and professional advice from experts improve the adoption of stainless steel, thereby boosting domestic manufacturing, increasing employability, thereby contributing to the cause of nation-building.
Launched under the auspices of the government’s ‘Skill India’ and Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana program, this initiative trains manufacturers for three days through an NSDC-approved training partner. Upon completion of this program, the CGSC assesses participants and successful applicants receive a national level certificate of recognition.
So far, Jindal Stainless has conducted over 20 training programs as part of this initiative and has trained over 10,000 manufacturers. The last such program for inmates was conducted at Varanasi Prison, where more than 30 inmates received training. Four special stainless steel vans developed by Jindal Stainless travel the country with trainers to impart hands-on experience and introduce manufacturers to the different possibilities of stainless steel applications.
Shares of Jindal Stainless Limited were last trading on the BSE at Rs. 168.40 from the previous close of Rs. 181.15. The total number of shares traded during the day was 125,839 in more than 2,676 trades.
The share hit an intraday high of Rs. 179.00 and an intraday low of 167.20. The net turnover during the day was Rs. 21,722,966.00.
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