Tata Power organises a drawing competition on energy conservation for students in Kalinganagar
Bhubaneswar: Tata Power, India's largest integrated power company, organised a unique drawing competition at Mantira High School, Kalinganagar. The objective of the competition was to create awareness on energy conservation among students as part of its sustainability efforts.
Students from standard VIII to X were invited to join in the competition to showcase their skills in painting and drawing on the burning issue of energy conservation. Over 130 students participated in the competition. Beautifully coloured pictures and paintings based on the theme were exhibited by the students and were appreciated by parents, teachers and guests.
A presentation ceremony was held later, and the students were honoured with prizes by the school's headmaster along with other dignitaries.
Speaking on the occasion, P Thakur, general manager, Odisha Projects, said, “Tata Power has continuously made efforts to address global issues like energy conservation, GHGs reduction and environment conservation through convergence with government programmes. We regularly take proactive steps in the field of energy conservation through various initiatives such as formation of energy clubs in schools and colleges, quizzes, debates, drawing competitions on energy conservation and conduct seminars and workshops with the enthusiastic participation of local students.”
Tata Power has also been carrying out various community development activities in Kalinganagar in partnership with local institutions, schools, colleges, community, government, youth clubs and PRI members on various developmental issues and restoration of natural resources and energy conservation. These initiatives were well appreciated by teachers, staff, and local PRI members.