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The 54th National Maritime Day was observed with gusto by Paradip Port Trust on 5th April, 2017. Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust unfurled the National Maritime Day flag at the function held at Wet Basin of the Port in the morning. Addressing on the occasion Shri Roy, elucidated on the importance of celebration of Maritime day and emphasized on the current challenges and opportunities for the Maritime Trade in India. Shri Roy appreciated the performance of the Paradip Port, especially of the Marine Department as the best, for their prompt and efficient marine services. During FY 2016-17, PPT has handled 88.95 Million Metric Tonnes of cargo and retained 2nd position amongst all the Major Ports with an annual growth rate of 16.5%, which is the highest achievement in the history of PPT. He called upon the officers and employees of PPT to contribute same in next fiscal also, so that PPT will hit the target of 100 Million Metric Tonnes in cargo handling.
Shri N. Vaiyapuri, Dy. Chairman, PPT also impressed upon the PPT officers and employees to aim at the magic figure of 100 MMT in cargo handling. Capt. Paul N Joseph, Dy. Conservator, PPT presiding over the function said that the 5th April is celebrated as National Maritime Day in India because history was created on this day in the year 1919, when the first Indian owned ship SS Loyalty, sailed from Bombay to London. Guest of Honour Capt. O.P. Paul (Retd.) was felicitated on the occasion. Capt. A.K. Mohapatra, Harbour Master introduced the guests, while giving the welcome address.
Several competitions relating to marine jobs were conducted amongst the employees of Paradip Port Trust, ladies present on the occasion, Indian Coast Guard, CISF and the trainees of Orissa Maritime Academy. Besides, Swachh Bharat Awards were given to CME, Dy. CE and Marine Dept. Establishment Section for the month of Apri, 2017 for keeping their offices neat and clean. Chief Guest Shri Roy gave away the prizes to the winners. Shri B. Sikdar, Sr. Marine Engineer of PPT tendered Vote of thanks. In In the evening a seminar was organised by Marine Dept. of PPT at Officer’s Club with the theme - “Connecting India through Shipping.”
Swachhata Pakhwada at Paradip Port came to an end today on 31.03.2017 with the valedictory function held at Jaydev Sadan. Shri U.R. Mohan Raju, Secretary, PPT while welcoming the guests, briefed on the respective initiatives of PPT. A presentation on activities conducted by the Port for the last fortnight, along with Paradip Municipality and Paradip Sakshyarata Samity Members was shown. A student from Port Trust High School Ms. Kabya Priyadarsini Mallik of Class IX, spoke on the aspects of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and activities conducted by the Port during the fortnight. Shri Basant Kumar Biswal, Chairman, Paradip Municipality was awarded a prize for his co-operation and active participation in the Swachhata Pakhwada by Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT. The employees of the Cleaning Section of Cargo Berth Office, Traffic Dept., E&CM division of the Engineering Dept. and members of Paradip Sakshyrata Samity were also awarded. All the HODs were also felicitated on the occasion for effectively undertaking Swachhata Drive by their respective Departments. Awards were also given to the employees for keeping their quarters and surroundings neat and clean. Awards were also presented to the representatives of Local Schools and Shops, which have maintained their work areas clean.
“Swachhata Pakhwada” started at PPT on 16th March, 2017 with Chairman, PPT along with other officers and staff of PPT taking pledge for cleaning and making Paradip a beautiful town. A street play named “Polythene Rakshyasa” was demonstrated by a local cultural organisation CANMASS in the locality during the period.
PPT had taken an innovative step by forming a Mobile Swachhata Squad to go around Paradip locality to maintain cleanliness during the period.
In order to cater to needs of the denizens from the peripheral areas of Paradip Port, free cataract operations have been conducted on 100 poor persons at PPT Hospital in a year. In a meeting held in the Conference Hall of the Hospital, today on 31.03.2017, cheques towards spectacle assistance have been distributed for post-operation care. While distributing the cheques, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust congratulated the Dr. P. Panda, Chief Medical Officer, Dr. D.P. Sethy, Ophthalmologist who carried out the successful operations along with the Medical Staff in association with the Paradip Sakshyrata Samity.
Taking forward the agenda for Swachhata Pakhwada, on the 15th day of the campaign, Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has taken steps for the public awareness building exercise by cleaning near Jubilee Market Complex and Vijaya Market Complex area, Badapadia, Paradip.
At 8:30 AM, under the supervision of Mobile Swachhata Squad of PPT, cleaning drive was taken up, in association with the staff of Paradip Muncipality and PPT employees. Garbage consisting of plastics, dry leaves heaps, discarded oil refills, waste cartons etc. creating unhygienic atmosphere, were removed and disposed off.
Similarly, at Ghanagalia Pump House, the officers and workmen of PH Division (Mech.) of the Engineering Dept., cleaned the shrubs, wild bushes to keep the area neat and clean.
A committee from PPT visited local schools, markets and quarters of employees and assessed the individuals and the institutions maintaining utmost cleanliness.
Taking forward the agenda for Swachhata Pakhwada, on the 13th day of the campaign, Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has taken steps for the public awareness building exercise by cleaning the trash mound near the Gopabandhu Colony, Madhuban.
At 8:30 AM, the Mobile Swachhata Squad of PPT along with the help of Paradip Municipality undertook the above cleaning drive. Garbage consisting of plastics, dry leaves heaps, foliage which used to create unhygienic atmosphere and blocking passages to nearby drain, were removed and disposed off.
Similarly, within Administrative Building premises, the officers and workmen of PH Division (Mech.) of the Engineering Dept., cleaned the shrubs, wild bushes to keep the area neat and clean.
Taking forward the agenda for Swachhata Pakhwada, on the 12th day of the campaign, Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has taken steps for the public awareness building exercise by cleaning the trash mounds near Ambedkar Statue and in front of Paradip Bus-Stand.
At 8:30 AM, the Mobile Swachhata Squad of PPT undertook the above cleaning drive. Garbage consisting of plastics, dry leaves heaps, sugarcane residues, raw coconut shells, foliage which used to create unhygienic atmosphere, were removed and disposed off.
Similarly, at the Brundaban Colony Pump House, the officers and workmen of PH Division (Mech.) of the Engineering Dept., cleaned the shrubs, wild bushes to keep the area neat and clean.
Taking forward the agenda for Swachhata Pakhwada, on the 11th day of the campaign, Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has taken steps for the public awareness building exercise by cleaning the shrubs and weeds grown inside the main drain in front of the Administrative Building and removing trash mounds and broken branches piled in front of Paradip Police Station.
At 8:30 AM, the Mobile Swachhata Squad of PPT undertook the above cleaning drive. Garbage consisting of plastics, dry leaves heaps, foliage which used to create unhygienic atmosphere, were removed and disposed off. The shrubs, weeds grown inside the drains and the trash mounds piled up were also cleared.
Similarly, at the Nuabazar Pump House, under the aegis of PH Division (Mech.) of the Engineering Dept., the officers and workmen cleaned the shrubs, wild bushes to keep the area neat and clean.
Taking forward the agenda for Swachhata Pakhwada, on the 10th day of the campaign, Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has taken steps for the public awareness building exercise by cleaning the trash mound near Cargo Handling Workers Colony, Madhuban and cleaning the shrubs, weeds grown within the Administrative Building premises for the second day.
At 8:30 AM, the Mobile Swachhata Squad of PPT along with the staff of Paradip Municipality undertook the above cleaning drive. Garbage consisting of plastics, dry leaves heaps, foliage which used to create unhygienic atmosphere, were removed and disposed off. The shrubs, weeds grown within the premises and the trash mounds piled up were also cleared.
Similarly, at the PHD & E&CM Division offices of the Engineering Dept., the officers and workmen cleaned obsolete documents and removed the broken furniture.
Taking forward the agenda for Swachhata Pakhwada, on the 9th day of the campaign, Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has taken steps for the public awareness building exercise by cleaning the shrubs, weeds inside the Administrative Building premises and the trash mounds piled up were also cleared.
At 8:30 AM, the Mobile Swachhata Squad of PPT along with the staff of Paradip Municipality and lady volunteers of the Paradip Sakshyrata Samity undertook the above cleaning drive. Dry leaves heaps, waster papers, foliage which used to create unhygienic atmosphere were removed and disposed off. In the Estate Wing of the Administrative Building, removing/weeding out of obsolete documents, broken furniture were done.
A Swachhata Workshop was held in the Paradip port Trust High School to create awareness among school children. Shri Smruti Ranjan Beura, Deputy Manger (MS), PPT screened a small film titled “Swachh Bharat” for the school children and in the film apart from health and hygiene awareness, various Swachh Bharat activities undertaken by the Port from time to time were also covered.
Similarly, at Sector-4 Pump house, under the E&CM Division of the Engineering Dept., the officers and workmen cleaned the shrubs, wild bushes to keep the area neat and clean.
Taking forward the agenda for Swachhata Pakhwada, on the 4th day of the campaign, Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has taken steps for the public awareness building exercise by cleaning the stretch of road from the DAV Public School to the Nuabazar Chowk.
At 8:30 AM, under the supervision of Mobile Swachhata Squad of PPT, cleaning drive taken up, in association with the members of Paradip Shakshyarata Samity, Paradip Muncipality and PPT employees. Garbage consisting of plastics, dry leaves heaps, discarded oil refills, waste straw heaps etc. which used to block the passages into roadside drainages and creating unhygienic atmosphere, were removed and disposed off.
Medical Dept. of Paradip Port Trust, in association with the Paradip Municipality and Paradip Sakshyrata Samity also simultaneously undertook a cleaning programme at Majhipada of Bauriapalanda Slum Areas in the periphery of Paradip. Under the guidance of Chief Medical Officer, Dr. P. Panda, the Officials and Employees of Medical Dept. of PPT, Officials of Paradip Municipality in the presence of Shri Basant Kumar Biswal, Chairman, Paradip Municipality and the lady volunteers of the Paradip Sakshyrata Samity, Anganwadi Workers from the locality participated in large number the cleaning the slum road, market area and drainages, removed the roadside garbage, wild vegetation, spray of anti-mosquito oil in stagnant water-bodies, spread bleaching powder for disinfecting the slum area.
Similarly, at Madhuban Pump House, under the aegis of PH Division (Mech.) of the Engineering Dept., the officers and workmen cleaned the shrubs, wild bushes from Raw Water I & II areas.
PPT started the observation of Swachhata Pakhwada from 16th March to 31st March 2017, under the instructions of the Ministry of Shipping. The observation started by taking “Swachhata Pledge” by all PPT officers and employees on 16.03.2017 by at 11.00 Hrs at Administrative Building Portico. Chairman, PPT Shri Rinkesh Roy administered pledge to all PPT officers and employees. Thereafter, a Street Play named “Polythene Rakshyasa” was performed by local cultural organisation Canmass in front of Administrative Building to make the denizens aware about the hazards of the polythene. In order to encourage the officers and employees to keep their offices neat and clean, competitions were conducted in March, 2017 and prizes have been awarded by Chairman, PPT on 16.03.2017 to CMO, DMMS and B&C Division of Civil Engineering Dept.
PPT has already drawn up fortnightly plan on the occasion of Swachhata Pakhwada viz. awareness drive among workers and staffs of all pump houses & filter house, all workers & staff of all gardens, organisation of swachhata awareness workshop in local schools, award to local shops & establishments for keeping their surroundings clean, weeding out of old records in different sections, cleanliness drive in local slums, display of swachhata awareness banners at important locations in the township. Mobile Swachhata Squad (Van) to go around the Paradip Locality to maintain cleanliness.
PPT also conducted cleanliness programme at Gate No. 4 front area on 16.03.2017 at 08.00 Hrs. E&CM Division of Engineering Dept. undertook cleaning of shrubs, wild bushes and drain area near Nuabazar Pump House on 16.03.2017 to observe Swachhata Pakhwada.
Paradip Port Trust organised a Street Play on “Polythene Rakshyasa” on 26.02.2017, in association with Canmass, the leading cultural organisation of the locality at the Paradip Bus Stand and Sandhakuda Slum area to make the localites aware about the dangers posed by rampant polythene usage, under Swachh
Bharat Mission. The programme was inaugurated by Shri N. Vaiyapuri, Dy. Chairman, PPT in the presence of Shri S.K. Sahu, FA & CAO, PPT, Capt. A.K. Mohapatra , Harbour Master, PPT, Shri Basant Kumar Biswal, Chairman, Paradip Municipality, Shri Chaudhury Pravas Swain, President, Paradip Bus Owner’s Association. Shri Sriman Mishra, ATM, PPT coordinated the programme. PPT has already drawn up a plan to conduct Street Plays in various slum areas on a monthly basis to create awareness among the denizes of the Port township to keep the locality clean and ensure a hygienic living.
Paradip Township woke up to a very peaceful day on February 8th. For a change, there was very less traffic, less pollution and less noise on the roads. Walking and Cycle riding by PPT officials and employees were seen on the roads. Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT led from the front by walking to the office all the way from his official quarters as PPT observed - “No Vehicle Day”. The basic objective is to create awareness among the public and also reduce the traffic congestion and enable PPT officers and employees to play active role in controlling the global warming. Not only PPT officials and employees, but also the Port Users gave their two and four-wheelers a miss for the day and opted for walk / bicycles instead. Officials & staff of M/s. Chennai Radha have organised a rally to emphasize the importance of reduction of use of motor vehicles on the road to reduce pollution.
All denizens have lauded the efforts undertaken by PPT and some of them even voluntarily supported the drive and participated by using bicycles.
As a part of undertaking various measures for environmental improvement, Paradip Port Trust will observe “No Vehicle Day” on 8th February 2017 (Wednesday). In order to encourage people to give their two and four-wheelers a miss for a day and opt for walk/bicycles/rickshaws instead, the Authorities want people to keep the roads free of vehicles at least for a day. The initiative will help to create awareness among the public and also reduce the traffic congestion and enable PPT officers and employees to play active role in reducing the global warming. Walking is good for health also and on the day, no vehicle will be allowed inside the Administrative Building premises and similarly, no vehicle will be allowed to be parked on the road in front of the Administrative Building. Hence, PPT has requested officers and employees, the Port Users and the General Public to kindly co-operate in this noble endeavour and not to use the vehicles in Paradip on that day.
The Administrative Dept. of Paradip Port Trust, in association with the Paradip Municipality and Paradip Sakshyrata Samity has undertaken a cleaning programme at Noliapada slum in the periphery of Paradip, under Swachh Bharat Campaign. Under the guidance of Secretary PPT, Shri UR Mohan Raju and Shri Basant Kumar Biswal, Chairman, Paradip Municipality, the message - “Our Cleanliness is the beauty of Mother India” was sent out to the slum people. The Officials of the Administrative Dept., PPT, Officials of Paradip Municipality and the lady volunteers of the Paradip Sakshyrata Samity, cleared the wild growth of vegetation, cleaned the slum road and removed the roadside garbage.
Secretary, PPT informed that PPT has made a year-long schedule to under take cleaniliness in and aroung Paradip area on every 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month, by each Department.
A new vaccine was introduced by the PPT Hospital on the occasion of celebration of the World Immunization Day on 21/12/2016 at the hospital premises. The Dy. Chairman, PPT Shri N. Vaiyapuri inaugurated the celebration by launching the new vaccine amid gathering of PPT Hospital CMO Dr. P. Panda, doctors, health workers and Mahila Samity Members of Paradip Sakshyarata Samity.
This was followed by an interactive session presided over by Dr. P.C. Dixit, MO I/c. Biju Memorial Hospital, Paradip with Dr. Deepak Kumar Kar, SMO, WHO and Dr. Prabhat Kumar Bastia, ADMO (FW & Immunization), Jagatsinghpur district. Among others who attended the session were the Asha Karmies (female health workers), members of Mahila Samities, the Paradip Sakshyarata Samity functionaries and PPT officials. Dr. Kar emphasised on the importance of people benefitting from the vaccine programmes implemented by the Government hospitals as the vaccine maintenance programme are available only in the Government health centres. Advertising vaccination schedules in banners with logos of the State Government and PPT at strategic locations of the town like PPT Hospital, bust stand and major establishments is suggested. Dr. Bastia highlighted the significant reduction in the infant mortality rate following implementation of vaccination programmes. Incidences of small pox, polio and tetanus have been thoroughly eradicated ever since immunization programmes are implemented in hospitals.
The session was continued with a PowerPoint presentation by Dr. Runu Singh, MO, PPT Hospital giving succinct information about the milestones of immunization programmes. Key messages of immunization such as informing the people about the vaccine in relation with disease, what is time schedule for taking the vaccine have been advised to be spread. ASHA workers have appealed to realise importance of taking feedback of people who have undergone vaccination. This has been authenticated by the medical system of Adverse Events Following Immunisation (AEFI) which will help in winning people’s confidence and faith in the immunisation programmes at large.
In association with the Paradip Branch of State Bank of India, Paradip Port Trust has entered into an understanding to receive all the payments through digital mode (SB COLLECT) only. Earlier all payments related to operational charges was in digital mode in PPT. Here after all the payments other than the Port Operation charges like Water, Electricity, Rent etc will also be made through digital mode according to the Finance & Accounts Department , PPT.
The World Diabetes Day was observed at PPT Hospital on 14.11.2016. On this occasion, a walkathon was organised to create awareness about diabetes related problems among the denizens of the Port township. Gracing the occasion as Chief Guest, Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT flagged off the walkathon in which the doctors, paramedical staffs of the PPT Hospital along with HoDs of the PPT, CISF personnel, Members of Paradip Ladies Club and general public participated with much enthusiasm.
Free Blood Sugar tests, Bone Mass Density detection, Body Mass Index, HB1AC, Diabetic Neuropathy and Fundoscopy tests were conducted in association with leading Pharmaceutical Companies and Hospitals from Bhubaneswar. A seminar on “Diabetes and its awareness” was conducted in PPT Hospital Conference Hall on prevention and coping up with diabetes related problems. Dr. Durga Prasad Sethy, Ophthalmologist and Dr. L. Padhuria co-ordinated the event under the guidance of Dr. P. Panda,, CMO of PPT Hospital.
The Port Day was observed on the auspicious day of Kartik Purnima by the Paradip Port Trust Authorities on 14-11-2016 as being done every year. On this occasion, Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust attended the function as Chief Guest and unfurled the Paradip Port Flag at Wet Basin. He performed the traditional Kalas Puja & handed over the sacred Kalas to the Sadhavas who set sail on board a traditionally decorated boat. He also inspected the Port Marine crafts.
Thereafter Dy. Conservator, Paradip Port Capt. Paul N Joseph welcomed the guests in the meeting and explained the importance of Port Day celebration.
Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust spoke on the occasion and extended his greetings to the gathering and said that on this auspicious day of Kartik Purnima Paradip Port is celebrating its anniversary and we must recall the vision and effort of the founder of the Port Late Biju Pattanaik. He said that since girls are no less than boys, hence they should also be part of the symbolic sail on board. Mr. Roy told that PPT has been continuously occupying the second position, among the major ports in India for the last three years. It is vying for the coveted top position with a slew of modernization programmes. It has recorded a growth of 18% by clocking 76 MMT cargo handling vis-à-vis last fiscal, whereas other ports could manage 8% growth. This year it has a target to handle 90 million metric tonnes, in 2018 it is aiming for the coveted 100 MMT mark and to augment its capacity to 325-350 MMT in 2025. Paradip Port has always initiated and implemented environmental measures for the benefit of the local community and also to maintain a clean and green Paradip as part of its Green Port initiative.
One of the notable mention of the function was address in Odia by Shri K Ramchandra Rao, Chief Engineer, PPT who attended as guest of honour and threw light on the overall development of Paradip Port and appreciated the functioning of the Port.
At the end, Shri U.R.Mohan Raju, Secretary, Paradip Port Trust extended vote of thanks. As part of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, prizes were also distributed among the Port Officials and Departments who are keeping their offices most neat and clean.
The valedictory function of observance of the Weeklong Vigilance Awareness Week by Paradip Port Trust was held in the Officer’s Club premises on 05.11.2016. Shri U.R.Mohan Raju, Secretary, Paradip Port Trust while welcoming the guests informed about the programmes undertaken by Vigilance Dept. of PPT for observation of Vigilance Awareness Week at Paradip Port. Heads of the Departments and other Senior Officers present spoke on the occasion.
Gracing the occasion as Chief Guest, Dr. Ajit Kumar Tripathy, IAS(Retd), former Chief Secretary & Chief Election Commissioner of Odisha told that at present Handshake Corruption, Brown Corruption, Arm & tail twisting corruption and Protective Corruptions are prevalent in the society and it is acting as a multi-headed monster. Corruption is anti-national, anti-poor and anti-human. Apart from inspection interface, soliciting system improvement ideas, proper grievance redressal mechanism, regular transfers of govt. officials and enforcement of minimum standard of service will go a long way in preventing corruption. Presiding over the function Shri N. Vaiyapuri, Dy. Chairman, PPT told that because of poor economic conditions, corruption is prevalent in developing countries. In order to prevent the menace, moral values must be inoculated in our educational system.
Thereafter, prizes were given to the winners of various competitions organised among the school students during this week. Shri DP Mishra, AEE, Vigilance Dept., PPT offered vote of thanks.
Observation of Vigilance Awareness Week at Paradip Port Trust has been started on 31.10.2016. The week long function started with administering pledge by Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT on the occasion.
Various competitions like Essay, and Elocution competition among the school students and other activities relating to Vigilance Awareness will be organised during the week long observance. The closing function will be held on 5th November 2016, wherein the prizes will be distributed. Several Banners have been displayed for creating awareness among the public as part of CVC instructions as current year theme is “Public participation in promoting Integrity and eradicating Corruption”.
Paradip Port Trust observed Rastriya Ekta Diwas (National Unity Day) on 31.10.2016 on the occasion of the birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT offered floral tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel along with PPT Officers and Employees. Thereafter, Shri Roy administered Rastriya Ekta Diwas pledge to the officers and employees of PPT in the Administrative Building premises.
In the evening, Chairman, PPT took guard of honour in a march past combining contingents from the Paradip Port High School Naval NCC & Paradip College Naval NCC, students from Odisha Maritime Academy and CISF Unit, PPT. Addressing the gathering, Chairman told that Sardar Patel is called as ‘Iron Man’ of India. His bold courage brought all the princely states into Indian Union. This occasion provides us the opportunity to re-affirm the inherent strength of our nation to withstand the actual and potential threats to the unity, integrity and security.
Paradip Port Trust organized a cleaning programme under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on 2nd October 2016 on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust offered floral tributes at the photograph of Mahatma Gandhi along with Dy. Chairman Shri N. Vaiyapuri, Smt. Subhalaxmi Roy, President, Paradip Ladies Club and other Heads of the Departments.
Thereafter, Shri Roy flagged off a mass cleaning drive undertaken by PPT in which PPT officers, employees, members of Paradip Ladies Club & Paradip Sakshyarata Samiti, Gopabandhu Kreeda Sansad, CISF personnel and the local people participated with a great enthusiasm. Under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, the stretch connecting Employees Recreation Centre to the Gate No. 4 and Paradip Bus Stand were cleaned up in line with the clarion call given by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India. This time the concept was “Clean Port, Green Port, My Dream Paradip Port”. The participants collected garbage along the road consisted of waste material, plastic bottles, polythene bags, etc. During the Abhiyan, people from the locality were sensitized not to throw garbage and pollutants here and there. Paradip Municipality assisted the programme by providing vehicles, dumpers for shifting of the gargbage.
On this occasion a seminar on Hand Washing & Hygiene was also organized by Dr. P Panda, Chief Medical Officer at the PPT Hospital under the aegis of Paradip Sakshyarata Samiti.
Under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM,) the first phase of distribution of incentives for the motherhood was started today in the forenoon at the Paradip Port Trust Hospital. PPT has signed an MoU with the CDMO, Jagatsinghpur to extend these benefits to the local women. Smt. Shubhalxmi Roy, President, Paradip Ladies Club handed over the cheques in this concern to the beneficiaries. Dr. Pratima Behera, Dy. CMO, PPT Hospital coordinated the programme.
Further, Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT inaugurated the newly installed Auto-analyser & Cell counting machine in PPT Hospital for conducting all types of blood tests. As part of the Hospital Up-gradation initiative, the machine is installed to ensure an appropriate and efficient test results. PPT CMO Dr. Prahlad Panda told, “The advantage of this machine is that it can give results within 15 minutes."
Paradip Port Trust has launched its MOBILE APP on 15th August 2016 by Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT.
Paradip Port Trust has undertaken various activities for improvement of environment. Under the Green India initiative and for environment protection, PPT Administration has initiated a noble plan to distribute 10,000 fruit bearing saplings in the nearby villages of the Jagatsinghpur & Kendrapard districts. To begin with, 1000 saplings were distributed to the residents of Biswali village at a function held on 15.08.2016 in the Biswali school premises on the occasion of 70 th independence day celebrations. Shri Rinkesh Roy, Chairman, PPT planted saplings along with the senior officials of PPT and other important persons from the locality. He felicitated Shri Amresh Naresh Samanta, Asst. Engineer of PPT for his outstanding contribution in undertaking plantation programmes to create a green environment in the village. Shri Prabir Kumar Rout, Head Master of BB High School and Shri Saroj Mishra, Head Master of Biswali UP School were also felicitated on the occasion.
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