RINL Chairman-cum-Managing Director A.P. Choudhary on Wednesday called upon the newly recruited management trainees (MTs) to enhance the productivity with focus on cost reduction.
Inaugurating the induction and orientation programme of August 2013 batch of Management Trainees at Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, he advised the trainees to update the technological developments and knowledge on a continuous basis and asked them to work with innovative attitude for the growth of the organisation.
In the current batch 91 – six of them women -- were recruited as management trainees from NITs and reputed institutes through campus placements.
Mr. Choudhary said excellent working climate was available in the plant and assured them a bright future as the plant was moving speedily to increase its capacity to 20 million tonne per annum in the near future at a single location. RINL was professionally managed and earning profits since more than a decade , he added.
RINL Director (Personnel) Y.R. Reddy RINL said public sector units were continuously playing a vital role in the development of the country and stressed the need to work with devotion and commitment to achieve excellence. Plenty of growth opportunities were available in VSP once they work with commitment, he said.
RINL Director (Projects) N.S. Rao, Executive Director (Works) R. Ranjan, General Manager (Training & HRD) A. Radhakrishna, CISF Senior Commandant Rohi Ashwa Kumar, DGM (Training) B.B.R. Vardhanam, AGM (Training) K. Srinivasa Rao and others were present.