DWA donates rations for the needy
Carrying forward their charity work, on July 23, 2021, the Doctors Wives Association donated rice, dal, grams etc to the Pine Tree Foundation an NGO, which is serving the needy and underprivileged with food, medicines etc on a regular basis. Keeping the ongoing pandemic in mind, very few members, namely Bindu Prasad, Deepa Chauhan and Supriya Thakur visited the Pine Tree Foundation to lend their helping hands for this noble cause. The present members assured that the DWA would continue with such services in future too.
Behaviour Based Safety Training in BSL
A one day training program on Behaviour Based Security (BBS) was organized for the personnel working in various departments of BSL at the Human Resource Development Center of BSL. General Manager (TBS) SK Singh, Senior Manager (Security) RP Gupta, Senior Manager (Security) AK Keshari were present during the program. In the program, Gupta highlighted the outline of the meeting. In the first session, General Manager (TBS) SK Singh through PPT made a presentation about the qualities of BBS Observer, their method of working, data collection at work place and BBS data along with details about filling in the Observer card. In the second session, AK Keshari told the personnel about online feeding of data entered in the Observer Card and Near Mis Portal.
Strengthening social development through sports
On the commencement of Olympic games Tokyo 2020, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has expressed its hope that the Indian athletes can give their best and enjoy staying in Japan as well as games. JICA would reiterate its collaboration agreement with the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) to enhance contributions to international society via sports. JICA endeavours to solidify social development in India, which was highly impacted due to the pandemic through the means of sports.
The overall goal of this effort is to reassert the significance of sports' influence on human-society ties, as well as to maximize the impact of these traits for the benefit of international cooperation. As part of its mission, JICA is carrying out projects in Sport and Development through Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV), a volunteer program that supports a wide range of activities, which are intended towards facilitating cooperation in the economic and social development of societies. India is one of the first countries where the JOCV program started in 1966 and over 200 volunteers have been dispatched to India since then.
BMS workers celebrate 66th Foundation Day
The workers of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh celebrated the 66th foundation of sangh in Prabhu Niwas Market seminar hall. The district general secretary Shankar Singh was the chief guest, the program was inaugurated by lightening the lamp and flag hoisting. On this occasion district secretary
Singh said that the BMS was started from zero but now it is on the top among the all labour unions in India. He further said that the union is always fighting for the problem of labour as well as common persons. Singh said that when all unions were working for their bread and butter, the BMS came into existence and started the fighting for the labour on the National level.