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Stakeholders Engagement

Sustainable development of an area depends on complementary engagement and participation of community, Government Agencies, Panchayati Raj Institutions, Corporates, Civil Societies, Various Non-Government Organizations, Community Based Organizations and Financial Institutions that follow the principles of sustainable development. Adhunik Metaliks Limited implements its CSR Projects in partnership with Nav Nirman Sanstha, an NGO of repute, various other NGOs, Government Agencies and PRIs. Our  Group companies promotes participatory approach of community development and hence conduct most of projects in Public-Private-People-Partnership mode and, where possible and appropriate, incorporate input from concerned stakeholders towards assuring sustainability.

Adhunik Metaliks Limited is working with communities across 222 villages of 35 Gram Panchayats in 10 blocks of 5 districts in Jharkhand and Odisha states.

Adhunik Metaliks Limited has identified five major categories of stakeholders to work with. The stakeholders’ categories are:

1. Community:Adhunik Metaliks Limited’works for development of community with equal participation from them leading to sustainability of the projects.
2. Government Agencies: Agencies like District Administration, Block Administration and other are equally part of all developmental projects.
3. Panchayati Raj Institutions: Adhunik Metaliks Limited works with a total of 35 Panchayats across Jharkhand and Odisha. Various Projects kile Project Annadayini involve Mayurdhar Gram Panchayat in Odisha, Project AmritDhara is executed with the Gamharia Panchayat Samiti.
4. Non Government Organizations (NGOs):Adhunik Metaliks Limited works in close association with various NGOslike Nav Nirman Sanstha (NNS), Asian Institute for Sustainable Development (AISD) and Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) to mention some.
5.Financial Institutions: While working with Women Self Help Group towards Women Empowerment various financial Institutions provide linkage for loan facilities.

  • Articificial Limb Implatation to Manu Kumari

    Being physically disabled is not a cure what is required is to motivate such people. Daughter of Shri LaxmanBhuiya, resident of Bahera village has been provided with artificial limb. Nav Nirman Sanstha along with Adhunik is doing appreciable work in Balumath area

    -Sri Parvej Alam, Block Development Officer-Balumath Block

    Source:Sanmarg, 26th November 2013, Tuesday, Edition-Balumath, Page-11.

  • Joint Review of Executed CSR Initiatives by Representatives of Kandra Gram Panchayat, Kandra, Adhunik Alloys & Power Limited, Kandra and Orissa Manganese & Minerals Limited, Kandra and Nav Nirman Sanstha, Jamshedpur on May 10, 2013

    Adhunik and its social wing Nav Nirman Organization have done a commendable job in the area of education, health and women empowerment and hope they will continue to do the same in coming years.

    -Sri Jaypal Yadav, Upa-Mukhiya-Kandra Gram Panchayat

    Source:The Avenue Mail, 10th May 2013, Saturday, Edition-Jamshedpur, Page-2

  • Health Awareness Camp on Causes and Control Measures of Diarrhoea and Dysentery

    Efforts made by Nav Nirman Sanstha, a social wing of Adhunik, in creating awareness related to health among the villagers are worth appreciable.

    -Mr. Vinod Kumar Tudu , Ward Member, Baramari Village, Burudih Gram Panchayat

    Source:ChamaktaAaena, 27th may 2013, Monday, Edition-Jamshedpur, Page-5, Anchalik

  • Project Cyber Village: Computer Literacy Center

    Cyber village is an incredible example of Corporate Social Responsibility. The establishment of cyber village in Burudih, Rapcha, Kandra, Dumra, and Dugdha Gram Panchayat of Gamharia Block and for tribal & poor village youth to get computer education is like a dream. These village youth do not lack self confidenceanymore. At present around 500 students are attached to this project and are changing the face of village

    -Sri Sadhucharan Devgam, Block Development Officer-Gamharia Block

    Source:Hindustan, 21st July 2013, Sunday, Edition-Jamshadpur, Page-8, Adityapur/Aspas

  • Project Eklavya: M.P.Memorial Merit Scholarship

    Success is achieved with hard work and dedication and brilliance comes with adoration. The work done by Adhunik Group in partnership with Gamharia Panchayat Samiti, Block Education Department, and Nav Nirman Sanstha for students of Government schools through Project Eklavya is worth appreciable

    -Shri IndrajeetMahatha, Superintendent of Police, Saraikela-kharsawan

    Source:Uditwani, 29th July 2013, Monday, Edition-Gamharia, Page-4, Adityapur-amshedpur

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    If these type (M.P. Memorial Initiative) projects are undertaken by each industry (in PPP mode) across Jharkhand then the pace of development will increase.”

    -Shri SangramBesra, Deputy Development Commissioner, Saraikela-kharsawan

    Source:Dainik Bhaskar, 29th July 2013, Monday, Edition-Gamharia, Page-9, Adityapur Aaspas

  • Inauguration of Cyber Village at Kandra Gram Panchayt

    Inauguration of Cyber Village at Kandra Gram Panchayt will be on 1st of July. The project is started in Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode by Adhunik Group, Kandra Gram panchayat and Nav Nirman Sanstha. In first phase a total of 100 students including both boys & girls will be selected for admission. Selected students will be educated on Basics, DPT, and Tally

    -Shri Honey Singh Munda, Mukhiya-Kandra Gram panchayat

    Source:Hindustan, 11th June 2013, Tuesday, Edition-Gamharia, Page-9, Adityapur Aspas

  • Tailoring Training

    Women should become self dependent taking the training of tailoring and should improve the economic status by making it a part of their source of livelihood. The significance of any training lies on its implementation in practical life.”

    -Shri Harpreet Singh, COO & President, Adhunik Alloys & Power Limited, Kandra

    Source:ChamaktaAaena, 6th July 2013, Saturday, Edition-Jamshedpur, Page-5, Anchalik

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    While designing merchandise women should keep in mind modern culture  for better earning

    -Mr. Arjesh Mishra, Vice President-HR, Adhunik Alloys & Power Limited, Kandra

    Source:Uditwani, 6th July 2013, Saturday, Edition- Gamharia, Page-4, Adityapur Aspas

  • Project Amritdhara

    The project is to be executed in Partnership mode between Gamharia Panchayat Samiti, Adhunik Power and Natural Resources Limited and Nav Niramn Sanstha. The target of approximately 10,000liters of filtered drinking water each dayto be provided to the community has been kept

    -Mr. Sunil Kumar Mishra, Group Head-Corporate Communication, Adhunik Group

    Source:New Ispaat Mali, 23rd November 2013, Saturday, Edition- Adityapur-Jamshedpur, Page-3, Adityapur Gamharia

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    The project has been set up on apublic private partnership(PPP) basis among Gamharia Gram panchayat Samiti, Nav Nirman Sanstha and Adhunik Company. The local Administration has provided infrastructure support, while the Nav NIrman Sanstha will take care of the operation and maintenance of the Project and Adhunik will look after local machinery and bear recurring costs

    -Mr. Manu Rastogi, AVP-HR, Adhunik Power and Natural Resources Limited

    Source:The Telegraph, 25th November 2013, Monday, Edition- Jamshedpur, Page-9, Jamshedpur