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Tata Steel inaugurates fourth edition of Tribal Conclave at Jamshedpur

Tata Steel inaugurates fourth edition of Tribal Conclave at Jamshedpur

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 16 Nov 2017, 03:07 am

Jamshedpur, Nov 15 (IBNS): Tata Steel on Wednesday inaugurated the fourth edition of its Tribal Conclave ‘Samvaad’ 2017. 

The event was unfolded traditionally to the beat of 111 Nagadas (kettle drums) at Gopal Maidan, Bistupur.

The theme for Samvaad 2017 is `Aspiration of Tribal Youth & Leadership for Future’.

The opening ceremony was attended by tribal guests and opinion leaders, senior executives from Tata Steel and Group companies, among others.

Sunil Bhaskaran, VP, Corporate Services, Tata Steel while addressing the gathering said, “This is the fourth edition of Samvaad and the theme for this year welcomes tribal youth to share their personal stories.  We look forward to cross pollination of ideas and participation of tribal leaders not just from India but from five different companies as well.”

The event will witness an exchange of thoughts on critical issues including malnutrition, tribal medicine, livelihood, indigenous culture, heritage, arts and inheritance with the visiting guests and India’s very own tribal communities who will travel from the length and breadth of India. 103 tribes from 127 districts representing 21 Indian states will be converging at Samvaad 2017.

As part of this year’s theme, 500 tribal youth including young men and women representing 103 tribes would go through a structured leadership programme which will be imparted through a series of workshops that would be conducted by eminent subject matter experts at Tribal Culture Centre, Sonari. The young lot will be sharing their tales of transformation, struggles, sacrifices and successes. The likes of Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus, Padma Shri Shantha Sinha etc will delve deep in discussions with these youths to bring out the best in them.

Biren Bhuta, CSR Chief, Tata Steel further added, “Tribals representing various indigenous communities have gathered here for the 4th edition. Samvaad celebrates the very essence of being tribal and will help preserve and celebrate the individual identity of all tribal people representing their communities.”


 

Tata Steel inaugurates fourth edition of Tribal Conclave at Jamshedpur

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