Jubilee Park: Chandrasekaran switches on illumination to herald Founder’s Day celebrations in Jamshedpur


Light décor at city landmark points to remain till March 6

Jamshedpur, March 3: The 183rd birth anniversary of Tata group founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata started with inauguration of illumination of Jubilee Park on Wednesday, March 2.

On the eve of Founder’s Day, the illumination was inaugurated by N Chandrasekaran, Chairman Tata Sons in the presence of T V Narendran, CEO & Managing Director, Tata Steel and senior officials of the company.  

He along with other dignitaries also paid homage to the Founder.

Chanakya Choudhary, Vice President, Corporate Services, Tata Steel, Tarun Daga, MD, Tata Steel Utilities and Infrastructure Services Limited were also present.

Incidentally the Founder’s statue and some select locations in Jubilee Park have been illuminated but unlike earlier years, on this occasion the decorations have been kept out of bounds for public viewing. 

The lightings will in place from March 2 to March 4 inside Jubilee Park.

Four Solar Trees have been installed inside Jubilee Park which will make lighting function energy neutral for the year.

However, this time elaborate lighting has been done in 39 roundabouts of the city with LED lights and 13 Heritage Buildings across the city have been illuminated.

They include Tata Steel UISL office, Tata Workers’ Union, Fire Temple, Railway Station, Tata Main Hospital, Centre for Excellence, Beldih Church, Baptist Church, School of Hope, Tata Pigment Gate, Golmuri Clock Tower among others.

Lighting at landmark locations across Jamshedpur will be in place till March 6.     

“Landmark locations including 39 roundabouts and 13 Heritage Buildings across the city will be illuminated till March 6,” said Tarun Daga, MD, Tata Steel UISL.

Also present were Tata Workers Union President Sanjeev Choudhary, general secretary Satish Singh, deputy president Sailesh Singh, Raghunath Pandey, Union leader Rakeshwar Pandey along senior officials of Tata Steel.

The celebrations commemorate the vision of Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata after whom the steel city took its name nearly a century ago. The annual celebration this year is themed on “Life@TataSteel – Build the tomorrow you deserve.”


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