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Tata branded alloys

Tata Steel launched two new branded products, Tata Ferromag (ferro-manganese) and Tata Tiscrome (ferro-chrome) on January 16 under its ferro alloys and minerals division. “We are proud to launch these two prestigious branded products. It is a part of our promise to keep delivering innovative quality products to the market,” D.B. Sundara Ramam, executive-in-charge, ferro alloys and minerals, Tata Steel, said. He added that the market had always needed consistency in the quality, weight and size of alloys. “Authorised distributors across the country will ensure that customers get the product when, how and where they want it,” he added. Product logos of the twin alloys were also launched on the same day

Plea for Ramesh

A two-member delegation led by Suresh Sonthalia, Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) president, met Union rural development minister Jairam Ramesh in New Delhi on January. 13. The delegation sought the latter’s intervention in bailing out industries in Jharkhand. “Revenues are down due to the slowdown. But, if the government brings about certain changes in policy and tax structure and accelerates pending projects, we feel things can look up,” Sonthalia said later

Biz curriculum

ICFAI University of Jharkhand has modified its curricula from 2014-15 in its BBA, BCA, MBA and MCA programmes, based on the premise that job opportunities would expand in sectors such as banking, design engineering outsourcing, mobile computing, data analytics and cloud computing. “These changes have been made to prepare industry-ready students who will be competent professionsals,” varsity vice chancellor O.R.S. Rao said

Clear vision mission

Heavy Engineering Corporation (HEC) organised an eye camp from January 5 to 15 in Ranchi as part of its CSR programme, treating 700 patients and conducting 150 cataract surgeries. Chairman-cum-managing director R. Mishra gave spectacles to those who were operated upon and wished them normal vision for the rest of their lives


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