Jamshedpur| To sensitise people about the importance of preserving and protecting biodiversity to the community including children, around its areas of operation, the Ore, Mines & Quarries (OMQ) Division of Tata Steel has organized a four-day bio-diversity festival.
The festival Jaiba Kala Vividhata was held in Noamundi, West Singhbhum. The festival got kicked off by Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (PCCF), Ranchi, Shashi Nandkeolyar and Tata Steel General Manager (OMQ) Pankaj Satija among others.
The highlight of the biodiversity festival included art, workshops, and awareness sessions on biodiversity for the community and school children.
There will be live demonstration of sand art, canvas painting, wood sculpture, earthen pot painting, thermocol sculpture, etc. by eminent artists during the festival, a Tata Steel press release said.
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