Thriveni Sainik Mining has changed the lives of the villagers at Pakri Barwadih, giving them a new lease of life that is free from the darkness of poverty and making them self-reliant.
The various initiatives are:
To provide sustainable livelihood, Thriveni Sainik have engaged the project affected people in all the mining activities. So far more than 1000 project affected persons have been employed directly under company role under various skill sets. Free conveyance has been provided to the employed villagers for coming to duty and return by staff bus and also for commuting within mines and village. These employed persons are also provided with breakfast in the morning, free mid-day meal and dinner at night. Each person has been provided with 2 sets of uniform dress and 1 set of PPE (Safety shoes, safety helmet and fluorescent jacket). They are also being provided with rain shoes, rain wear and Sweater for monsoon and winter season works.
Thriveni Apparels and Textiles private Limited, a garments manufacturing unit is set-up at Guruchatti, Barkagaon village for giving employment to the women folks of the village. Currently a batch of 52 women are employed, thus making them self-reliant and financially independent.
We have built roads, and made bridges for the villagers thus making inaccessibility gradually disappear. A temporary road was made via village Chamgada, Sonbarsa to Deoraikhurd to mines. This connected the mines area from the main Tandwa Barkagaon road. This not only supported the mining activity but also made convenient for villagers to approach the main road. A strong barricade was made to prevent frequently occurring accidents at hill area of Hazaribag-Tandwa state highway.
EMPATHIZING PEOPLE’S FAITH:
In order to promote the faith and spirituality of people, we have taken care of the maintenance and beautification of temples at different villages.
What our Employees Say
1000th Rake of Coal Dispatched at Pakri Barwadih.
The 1000th rake of Coal from Pakri Barwadih Coal Mines was flagged off on 11th June, 2018 by Sh.Ravishankar Shukla, IAS, Dy. Commissioner Hazaribag, Sh.Anish Gupta, IPS, Superintendent of Police, Hazaribag and Sh.Aditya Ranjan, IAS, SDO, Hazaribag along with Sh.Partha Mazumder, GGM (PB, CB & KD), senior officials of NTPC and railway officials. With 1000th rake, the coal transportation reached the level of 3.8 Million Tonnes. The coal produced from Pakri Barwadih is being supplied to different NTPC Stations. The first coal rake from Pakri Barwadih was dispatched on 16th February 2017. Yet another remarkable achievement by Thriveni Sainik.11/6/2018
World Environment Day Celebration
Thriveni Sainik celebration World Environment Day on 5th, June by planting trees. The motto being go-green and save the environment. All employees of Thriveni Sainik contributed immensely.6/8/2018
India’s largest Dump Truck Flagged Off at Pakri Barwadih
Shri A.K.Bhalla, Secretary (Power); Shri Gurdeep Singh, CMD; Shri Anand Kumar Gupta, Director (Commercial); Shri S.Narendra, RED (ER-I) reviewed Pakri Barwadih Coal Mining Projects on 26th May 2018. They visited the Mine Control Room and appreciated the systems and safety procedures being followed at Pakri Barwadih. Secretary (Power) flagged off the India's largest Dump Truck i.e 280 tonne Hitachi with combination of 36 Cubic Metre Leibherr Shovel.26/05/2018
Honourable Power Secretary and CMD NTPC visited Pakri Barwadih
Honourable Power Secretary Shri Ajay Kumar Bhalla and Shri Gurdeep Singh CMD (Chairman & Managing Director) NTPC visited Pakri Barwadih Coal Mining Site of Thriveni Sainik. Thriveni Sainik, being appreciated as an MDO for using modern mining equipment and continuing the operations very smoothly.26/05/2018
60th Annual Mines Safety Week Celebration 2017
NTPC Pakri Barwadih Coal Mines awarded, first prize for standard of working in open cast outsourced category, a special prize winner in illumination and runners-up in illumination category. Employees from Thriveni Sainik Mining bagged various awards in different fields. They are Sri T. Durga Prasad Rao (Welder) first Prize, MD. Irshad Khan (Pay Loader Operator) first Prize and MD. Tausif Ansari (Electrician) second Prize23/04/2018