Sundargarh :Adhering to covid-19 guidelines, NTPC Darlipali welcomed the New Year 2022 with much zeal and jubilation. Marking the auspicious day,Shri Samaiyar along with GMs and other senior officials of NTPC Darlipali inaugurated the plantation ceremony for Green Belt Development Initiative.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri A K Samaiyar, CGM (Darlipali) addressed the employees & stakeholders on the new year and highlighted Darlipali’s overall performance of 2021. Shri Samaiyar emphasized upon Darlipali station achieving its highest daily generation of 38.54 million [email protected] % Plant Load Factor on 23.11.21. Addressing the importance of safety, Shri Samaiyar congratulated the station for recently being conferred with Kalinga Safety Award (Gold Award) in Odisha State Safety Conclave – 2021.

Applauding the Community Development projects undertaken by Darlipali, HOP (Darlipali) appreciated and encouraged the employees to further contribute to uplifting the society. Recently, NTPC Darlipali sponsored 13 students for two-year full time ITI course at CIPET Bhubaneswar.

Shri Samaiyar along with Shri Vijay Chand, GM (O&M), Shri KMK Prusty, GM (Operation), Shri T K Bageshwar, GM (TS), Shri Arnab Maitra, GM (Maintenance) and other senior officials visited Unit Control room, AHP Control room, DM Plant, CHP Control room and personally greeted employees from various departments on their active contribution.

Marking the eve of new year, CGM (Darlipali) inaugurated Online visitor gate pass systemreplace the existing manual visitor gate passe system. The newly inaugurated application would bring in speed, paper-less approval, and digital record-keeping.

Shri Samaiyar, CGM (Darlipali) acknowledged and appreciated the contribution of all stakeholders in the growth and development of NTPC Darlipali. Following the address, an award ceremony was organized for the winners of unit level round from Medha Pratiyogita. Employees from different department joined via virtual meet for maintaining proper covid protocols.

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