tatasteelindia.com    | <a href="http://www.tatasteel100.com">TataSteel100.com</a>
Tata Steel Centenary Celebrations
History of Tata Steel
Tata Steel Education Initiative
An Initiative for Education


» History – Tata Steel
» The birth of a pioneer
» In search of steel
» The long journey
» In Search of Success
» Light at the end of the tunnel
» The spirit stays on
» The steel saga
» Going on stream
» On track
» Hard times
» Towards self-sufficiency
» An era of growth
» More than a family
» Making men of steel
» Ahead of times
» Sakchi - a dream come true
» A model town
» The many faces of care
» A social conscience

A social conscience

The Social Welfare Scheme was formed in 1916 with the purpose of providing assistance to the surrounding areas in the field of education, vocational training, cultural programmes, self-employment and family welfare. The Joint Committee for Adivasi Affairs and the Tata Steel Rural Development Society jointly supported this multi-million project.

Hence, the story that began in a zest of adventure expanded into an ever-evolving saga of continuous adventure and excitement. Having started out the hard way, at a time when India had no industrial base, self-reliance has become a way of life with Tatas. The humane dialogue initiated by Jamsetji Tata fostered an attitude of mutual trust and concern, which characterizes Tata relationships even today.

The story of Tata’s achievements is a collective effort of people who sank differences of caste, creed, race and status to strive for a common goal- excellence. They offered their best as an expression of a sense of belonging, a sense of commitment to the family of which they were a part- the Tatas.

  « PREVIOUS    
 Copyright TATA STEEL 2007-08 SITEMAP     |      DISCLAIMER Best viewed in 1024 x 768 Pixels