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Living the Good Life @ OMQ Division
The OMQ Division of Tata Steel consists of four units -
  1. Noamundi Iron Mine (NIM)
  2. Joda East Iron Mine (JEIM)
  3. Khondbond Iron Mine (KIM)
  4. Katamati Iron Mine (KTM)
Tata Steel’s NIM and JEIM are among the oldest mines in the country. They have been developed into fully mechanised and environment friendly mines over the past few decades. The OMQ mines are equipped with the 3D Laser Scanners for Surveys; a GPS based vehicle-tracking system, XACT for short-term scheduling and MPOP .These mines are progressing fast on the new-age technologies like APP based Daily Reports, Shift Data logging via Mobile Apps, PLC based control with advanced monitoring equipment & PIMS, Central Complaint Management System and Yard Management using 3D Scanner and remote monitoring of operating parameters & CCTVs via Mobile Apps.

There are a range of facilities for the benefit of the employees at NIM and JEIM. These include hostels for trainees, knowledge and training centers, recreational facilities and even a sports complex. Regular social activities ensure that the word monotonous does not enter the dictionary over here.

Noamundi Iron Mine:

Noamundi Iron Mine was started way back in 1925 with manual mining. After expansion of the Steel Works at Jamshedpur, the mine was partially mechanised in 1953 after which it has been gradually developed into a fully mechanised and environment friendly mine over the past few decades. The mining lease covers an area of 1160.06 ha. and is situated in the Western Singhbhum district of Jharkhand. It is approximately 130 Km south west of Jamshedpur. Noamundi is a station on the Tatanagar–Bilaspur section of Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line. It is 142 km away from Ranchi Airport (IXR), Ranchi, Jharkhand and 210 km away from Bhubaneswar Airport (BBI), Bhubaneshwar, Odisha.There are regular trains from major cities of the country to Noamundi. The nearest Bus Stand to Noamundi is Barbil, which is 15 km away from Noamundi.

Noamundi Google Map Link
Joda East Iron Ore Mine:

Joda East Iron Ore Mine is among the oldest open cast mines in the country operating since 1956. The mining lease which covers an area of 671.093 hectare, is located in Keonjhar District, State of Odisha.
This is situated at a distance of around 70 km North West of Keonjhargarh by the side of national highway No.215. It is one of the major municipalities of the district. Being a mineral rich locality it is well connected by all-weather metalled roads to the Banspani Rail head (for material dispatch) and Jamshedpur. The nearest Railway Station is Banspani, at a distance of 5 km from the site with a good connectivity to state capital, Bhubaneswar. Since it is at a distance of around 250 kms from both the state capitals i.e. Ranchi & Bhubaneswar, any of the airports may be preferred depending on the destination.

Joda Google Map link
Khondbond Iron Mine and Katamati Iron Mine:

Khondbond Iron Mine and Katamati Iron Mine are located in the Keonjhar district of Odisha. The Khondbond mine has deposits of sponge grade iron ore and also occurrences of manganese ore. The iron ore deposit in this mine is worked by mechanised open cast mining in a series of 6 m high benches. The Katamati lease held by the Company is the southern extension of Noamundi Iron Mine in Jharkhand. The mine was earlier operated by manual opencast method. Subsequently, in 2003, the mining operations were mechanised by a series of 6m high benches.

The nearest Railway Station is Barbil. These are located within a distance of 170 km from Jamshedpur.

Khondbond Google Map Link
Colonies of OMQ Division:

Colonies of OMQ Division are located both at Noamundi and Joda. Both colonies are situated on the hills and are maintained very well. Both the places have ICSE and CBSE schools within 2 kms of their vicinity. The Tata DAV in Noamundi and DAV in Joda are CBSE affiliated while St. Mary’s School in Noamundi and St. Teresa’s School in Joda are affiliated to the ICSE board. There is also a tie up with Akash Institute for coaching for engineering and medical entrance examinations.
Local markets:

Local markets are there within a 2 km vicinity of both Noamundi and Joda. Apart from that, there are self-managed cooperative stores with membership facilities. Barbil and Jamshedpur are both nearby and they are the perfect spots for a bit of weekend shopping and fun.
Nature spots:

There are also various nature spots around the area for a little visit to gain some inner peace. The Murga Mahadeva waterfall would be a perfect example. There are various parks and gardens as well such as the Medicinal Park and Water Harvesting Park in Noamundi along with the Dorabji Park and Vegetables Garden in Joda.
Club facility:

The club facility, both at Noamundi and Joda ensures that everyone has something or the other to do. Noamundi Officers Club and Joda Valley Club have facilities such as badminton court, tennis court, billiards rooms, card room, pool room, library, gym, swimming pool, in-house restaurant, in house-bar, lounge and coffee room.

There is a library for the reader in you, a swimming pool if you feel the need to cool off and a gym if you need to burn off some calories. These are just some of the facilities that are available for you. Crèche facilities at both the locations will ensure that the children are cared for and the parents can go about their work without any worries.
MT Hostel:

Accommodation for Management Trainees in their first year training period is provided in the MT Hostel. There are a total of 16 rooms at both Noamundi and Joda. It has dining facility and common hall with TV facility. Drinking water and electricity supply is available 24x7.
Training Centres:

There are two well established Training Centres at both Noamundi and Joda. Both training centres have all modern facilities for training. Knowledge Centre is a part of the Training Centre at Noamundi and Joda. The Knowledge Centre is open for both employees and their family members. This centre not only has books related to mining but also books from all fields of science and management.

Sports are a way of life with cricket, football, table tennis and basketball being some of the sports in which tournaments are organized. Both locations at OMQ have a best in class Sports Complex. The Sports Complex at Noamundi is one of a kind with much scenic beauty at RM location of Tata Steel. Day and night cricket tournaments are organized at both places namely Noamundi Premiere League and Joda Valley Premiere League.
Medical Services:

There are two major hospitals at Noamundi and Joda. Both are 75 bedded multi-specialty hospitals having Medicine, Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Eye, ENT, Dermatology, Pathology, Radiology, Anesthesiology, Occupational Health Services and Physiotherapy Departments. If the specialist doctors at Tata Steel Hospital, Noamundi and Joda feel that the patient requires super-specialty treatment, then, patient is referred to Tata Main Hospital, Jamshedpur.
Vibrant community:

There is a strong trend of social service which helps the locals and spreads smiles among them. Various celebrations such as Chhat puja, Deepawali, Chirstmas, Eid-ul-Fitr, Annual Day, dramatics and dance performances, family picnics and adventure Sundays are just some of the things that are done here.

Everyone is involved in one way or the other. Spouses often take part in CSR activities such as hospital visits, distribution of educational material and outings with underprivileged children amongst other things through the women groups like Mahila Samity, Prerna and Spandan. There are various competitions organized for the children and events for them to take part in such as drawing competitions and dramatic displays.

All this and more will ensure that your stay here will be a cherished one.

Living the Good Life @ FAMD
The Ferro Alloys and Mineral Division, commonly known as FAMD, is a profit centre of Tata Steel Limited. It has an integrated value chain starting from Mining, Beneficiation, Production and Marketing and Sales. It has Chromite Ore, Manganese Ore and Dolomite Mines in Odisha, Ferro-Alloys Production units (own and out-sourced) across many states and markets, Ferro Alloys and Chrome Concentrate in India and abroad. The three distinct business lines are – Chrome, Manganese and Flux. The FAMD operations, therefore, include:
  1. Sukinda Chromite Mines (Sukinda)
  2. Ferro Alloys Plant (Bamnipal)
  3. Ferro Alloys Plant (Joda)
  4. Manganese Mines (Joda)
  5. Dolomite Quarry (Gomardih)

Sukinda Chromite Mine:

Sukinda Chromite Mine was first mechanized mine (1984) as well as the first in the country to start chrome ore beneficiation in 1991. Tata Steel discovered chrome deposits in the Sukinda valley in Jajpur district of Odisha in 1949, and was granted license to operate in 1952. Chrome mining began in 1960. Presently, the mining lease covers an area of 671.093 hectares.

Sukinda is situated at 55 kms from JK Road, at 150 kms from Bhubaneswar and 120 kms from Cuttack. The nearest railway station is JK Road which is situated on the mainline between Kharagpur and Puri. It takes about an hour to reach Sukinda from JK Road. One can also fly into Biju Patnaik International Airport, Bhubaneswar (150 kms) and then take a three-hour drive to Sukinda.

Sukinda Google Map link
Ferro Alloys Plant, Bamnipal:

The Ferro Alloys Plant (FAP) is situated at Bamnipal in Keonjhar district of Odisha. It is nearly 40 kms away from JK Road, 120 kms from Bhubaneswar and 100 kms from Cuttack. Tangiriapal located only 7 kms away is the nearest railway station. It takes 2.5 hours one-way to drive down from Biju Patnaik International Airport.

FAP Bamnipal Google Map link
Ferro Alloys Plant, Joda:

Ferro Alloys Plant, Joda is one of the leading Ferro alloys producers in India with a capacity of 50400 MT per year. The plant was commissioned in 1958, and is situated at Keonjhar district of Odisha. The Plant is located 10 kms from Barabil (a 30-min drive), 65 kms from Keonjhar and 350 kms from Bhubaneswar. The nearest railway station in Banspani from where, it takes only 15 minutes to reach the plant location. Biju Paitnaik International Airport is located 350 kms and takes 6.5 hours to travel one way to Joda.

FAP Joda Google Map link
The Manganese (Mn) business at Joda:

The Manganese (Mn) business at Joda consists of Ferro Alloys Plant, Joda and Mn Group of Mines which are the units of FAMD, Tata Steel. These are situated in Keonjhar district of Odisha and are well connected by road to Keonjhar (70 km), to Barbil (20km) and Jamshedpur (180km). It has four leases:
  1. Joda West Mn Mines (JWMM)
  2. Bamebari Mn Mines (BMM)
  3. Malda Mn Mines (MMM)
  4. Tiringpahar Mn Mines (TMM)
The JWMM & BMM were established in 1928 while MMM and TMM were established in 1931 and 1932, respectively. The mining operation in this Group is semi-mechanised. FAP Joda alongwith other conversion plants form its customer base. Barabil, (20 kms) and Banspani (5 kms) are in proximity to Joda.

Manganese Mines Joda West Google Map link
Gomardih Dolomite Quarry:

Gomardih Dolomite Quarry was established in 1962 to provide flux to the Steel Plant at Jamshedpur. In the present times, it has extended its services to Kalinganagar Plant and other external customers. The unit is located 54 kms west of Rourkela and 44 kms east of Sundargarh town in Sundargarh district of Odisha. It is 13 and 5 kms from Rajgangpur and Sonakhan railway stations on Howrah-Mumbai line, respectively. Gomardih also lies only 3 kms away from Rourkela-Sundargarh State Highway#10.

Sukinda has well-maintained residential colonies for officers and employees. There are also various natural spots in the area for a little visit to gain inner peace. The picturesque Sir Dorabji Tata Park would be a perfect example. We have Katepurty recreation club for the employees, Chrome Valley Club for officers, Mahila Samiti Dance & Music School. The Katepurty Auditorium is completely air conditioned with a seating capacity of around 250. Considering fitness as a key to healthy life, gymnasium facility has been made available at Katepurty Club as well as Chrome Valley Club. Tata Class age interactive facilities in Stewart School and Saraswati Sisu Mandir at Sukinda.
Bamnipal and Joda:

Both Bamnipal and Joda have two parks each for children and families at large. The residential colony at Gomardih is situated amidst greenery. It houses other facilities such as banks, post office, shopping center, parks, gardens, children’s park, etc. A key feature at Gomardih is ensuring child safety while commuting to and from school. At Bamnipal we have the Kusei Club and guest houses for officers. Gomardih also offers guest house facilities.

At Joda we have the Valley Club, complete with modern amenities, guest houses, a DAV school etc.

Housing Facilities are available at Sukinda for the officers and employees. Management Trainee hostel and two guest houses are also available for new joinees/visiting officers. Drinking water and electricity supply is available 24x7.

FAP Bamnipal has a total of 178 quarters for the officers and employees, with round-the-clock electricity and drinking water facilities.

FAP, Joda, has a total of 242 quarters. The officers’ location is situated at Joda West near Valley Club. The colonies have electricity, water, vehicle parking and security patrolling facilities.

Manganese Group of Mines has three colonies in it’s different locations - Joda West, Bamebari and Malda - to accommodate the families of employees working in different units. Each of these places has adequate electricity and drinking water supply. There are a total of 370 quarters for employees and contractor employees.

Gomardih has adequate residential area for bungalows for senior executives, officers’ flats, employee quarters, a guest house. There is a round-the-clock water supply from its captive Water Treatment plant and electricity supply from WESCO under Govt of Odisha.
Knowledge & Training centres:

The Knowledge Centre at Sukinda is equipped with various manuals and books related to mining, science, technical advancement as well as for casual read. Besides, there are statutory trainings provided at the Vocational Training Centre. Skill development training is also provided to the employees with the help of TMDC, SNTI and other external agencies. Computer literacy classes, self-defense and legal awareness sessions are organised exclusively for the ladies.

The library at Bamnipal houses various manuals supplied by OUTOKUMPO, besides other Engineering books of Metallurgy, Electrical, mechanical & Computer Science, story books, etc. Teams from SNTI and Kalinganagar help to provide intensive on-job training to people.

The Joda-based knowledge centre is a day-long facility that provides books, manuals, internet surfing, etc. We have common vocational training centre at Joda for FAMD & OMQ where employees and contract employees are sent for vocational, refresher, safety and other job related trainings.

Manganese Group of Mines has a Group Vocational Training Centre. It was established in 1976, and is equipped with a library, model room and accommodation for trainees. This library has nearly 5000 books. It includes books on arts, science, engineering subjects, general knowledge, economics, history, geography, legislation, reference books for high school and college going students, computers, environment, quality management, etc.

The Knowledge Centre has facilities to get first-hand knowledge of computers for the housewives and children and facilities for internet browsing.

Gomardih has one vocational training center that provides statutory training to employees and contractors’ employees. The main conference hall also doubles up as Knowledge Center for different knowledge-enhancing activities. The Quarry is operating in collaboration with many academic/ research institutes like CIMFR, NIT Rourkela, CMIR, EXIM BBSR, etc .

Sports is a a way of life at FAMD. Sukinda provides facilities like Central Playground (for cricket & football), indoor badminton court, basketball court, park being provided to its residents.

Joda has a recreation club at Baneikala. It is equipped with an auditorium, badminton court, table tennis, fitness centre and with space for entertainment. There is also a big playground for sports & different cultural programmes.

Joda West Mn Mines has a Central Sports Ground wherein football, cricket and other athletic sports are organized for the employees and the community.

The Gomardih residential area has different sporting facilities for football and hockey. It also has a cricket pitch, volleyball court and other outdoor sports facilities.
Medical Services:

There is a 33 bed hospital at Sukinda with ICU facility.

At Bamnipal, there is a three-bedded dispensary with a qualified doctor present round-the-clock.

We have common medical services at Tata Steel hospital, Joda, which is the lifeline for all the employees, officers, contractors of FAMD & OMQ including the peripheral villagers. The hospital is a 75-bedded one with 24x7 doctors and staff on duty. The hospital also caters to employees of Mn Group of Mines.

Medical facility at Gomardih comprises a dispensary with referral facilities to nursing home at Rajgangpur, Life Line Hospital and IGH Hospital at Rourkela, depending upon the seriousness of the patient. There is also an all-equipped medical van at standby.
Vibrant community:

FAMD exhibits a remarkable sense of social bonding which binds the employee families and the larger community in and situated around the Division. Celebrations like ‘Chat’ puja, Diwali, Holi as well as community service propagated through the Mahila Samiti, cultural functions and get-togethers have created and sustained a strong camaraderie over the years. True to its name, the FAM community is one big ‘FAM’ily!
Living the Good Life @ Jharia Division
Jharia Division is situated in the state of Jharkhand. It is 10 km away from Dhanbad. The Jharia Division’s main product is Metallurgical Coking Coal. It is a captive unit of Tata Steel and comprises two groups of collieries –
  1. The Sijua Group (consisting of Bhelatand Amalgamated colliery, Sijua colliery and Bhelatand Washery)
  2. The Jamadoba Group (consisting of Jamadoba, 6&7 Pits, Digwadih collieries & Jamadoba Washery and a Central Workshop).


Jharia Division is well connected with Dhanbad Railway Station, situated at a distance of 13km. Dhanbad junction is a prime stopover on the East Central Railway zone where it connects Howrah and New Delhi. Superfast trains like the Howrah Rajdhani, Sealdah Rajdhani, Duronto Express, Ranchi Howrah Shatabdi and several others halt at Dhanbad.

The National Highway (NH) 2 and 32 are the major highways passing through Dhanbad. NH 2 is part of Golden Quadrilateral (GQ) highway network; Dhanbad lies in Kolkata-Delhi link of the Golden Quadrilateral network. NH2 is being converted into six lane expressway; NH 32 connects Dhanbad to Bokaro-Jamshedpur.

One can reach Jamadoba from Jamshedpur (150 kms approx) and Ranchi (150 kms approx) within 4 hours and from Kolkata (275 kms approx) in 6 hours by road.

The nearest airport to Jharia is the Birsa Munda Airport at Ranchi. It is 140 km. away from Jamadoba.

Jharia Google Map link
Colonies and Schools:

The residential colonies for both officers and employees are spread out. The presence of several ICSE & CBSE board affiliated schools like the DAVs, Mount Carmel, De Nobili, etc, in the vicinity (~2kms) of Jharia division, ensure that employees’ children are nurtured within a good environment and education set-up.

Jharia has a prime market near Bank More which is about 8-15 kms from both groups of the Division.
Parks & Gardens:

The picturesque Sir Dorabji Tata park is spread over 6 hectares at Jamadoba. Besides, there is also a Millennium Park and Children’s Park at Digwadih No.12 Officers’ Colony, a VIP Colony park at Bhelatand.

Some of the other attractions include the Big Bazar, INOX cinema, Maithan and Panchet dams.

The climate of Jharia remains transitional between a humid subtropical climate and a tropical wet and dry climate. The region remains pleasant especially in the cold months of November to February, with the temperatures varying from 8°C to the highest maximum of 35°C. The average rainfall here is 1400mm, most of which is precipitated during the rainy season – middle of June to middle of October.

The river Damodar flows through Jharia, besides six others.
Hostel Facilities:

The Division has accommodation facilities for the Management Trainees in their first year of joining Tata Steel. It includes 16 rooms on twin-sharing basis, together with dining and common hall, as well as round the clock clear drinking water and electricity supply. The officers’ club is only 100 metres away from the hostel.
Knowledge Centre:

Abiding by the Founder, Jamsetji Tata’s belief of letting the Indian "learn to do things for himself", Tata Steel has created several learning centres for its people to become self-reliant and more productive.

The Information Department was established with a modest collection of 10,000 books in 1994. The immediate beneficiaries were the technical, research and managerial personnel who were enabled to keep abreast with the latest developments in their respective fields through its libraries and publications. The facilities were forwarded soon after to the employees’ families and the general public.

Presently, the Information Department has evolved into an active information network.
Training Centre:

The first efforts to provide professional training to coal mine workers in India began when a Vocational Training centre was set up in Digwadih in 1967 and subsequently at Sijua and Malkera. As a corollary to the expansion programme, a Mechanization Training Centre was instituted at Jamadoba in 1971. In 1983 A Group Vocational Training Centre namely Professional Training Centre has been established at Jamadoba. The curriculum was designed to acquaint employees with new technologies and create a task force among them. On the job training was imparted in simulated underground condition at the training gallery.

Progressive approach

A new concept in coal mining was introduced when multi-skilled workers were trained to undertake responsibilities of electro-mechanics capable of executing repair, overhaul and maintenance jobs. The graduate engineers representing various areas of specialisation have undergone training at the centre and taken up positions in the management cadre at Jharia.

To create and sustain interest among trainees, the centre uses attractive and instructive training aids like model training gallery in Mining, Mechanical and Electrical stream, etc. Skill development programmes have been enhanced, over the years, with increase in mining mechanisation.

Trainings also include courses to increase skill of critical category employee. These include 4Q-skill mapping method (Toyota model), Enterprise Capability Building System (ECBS), etc.

  1. Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad: A long-standing collaboration with Tata Steel, the institute helps in conducting various ventilation simulation studies, environmental monitoring and laboratory tests
  2. Central Institute of Mine & Fuel Research (CIMFR), Dhanbad: Provides assistance for various studies and research intermittently
  3. Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS): Key involvement to ensure safety & awareness programme for all working personnel at mines.
After office:

The Digwadih Club of Jharia has facilities such as Badminton Court, Basketball Court, Tennis Court, Billiards Rooms, Card Room, Pool Room, Library, Gym, Swimming Pool, In-house restaurant, In house-Bar, Lounge, Coffee room for unwinding and after-office catch-up. The Digwadih Cricket Stadium ground is equipped with flood light facility. In the past, the ground has hosted several Ranji Trophy matches. Screening of latest blockbusters in both the officers clubs, Digwadih and Bhelatand.
Medical Services:

Jharia has a total of seven dispensaries attached to the different collieries and one Tata Central Hospital (TCH) at Jamadoba. While Out Patient Care is provided at the dispensaries, the more critical cases are treated at the 130-bedded multi-speciality TCH. For Super-speciality treatment, patients are referred to Tata Main Hospital, Jamshedpur.
Vibrant community:

For the Jharia ‘Parivaar’, its work and play all the way, for the hard work in the coal fields is aptly complimented by a cheerful community atmosphere. While the office space has its own set of performance indicator, back home, the familial team draw up and strictly follow a vibrant round-the-year- celebration KRA!

With a plethora of activities including the most-awaited ‘Sawan Mela’, the colourful celebration of Founder’s Day and other corporate events like annual flower show, the Jharia family gives each season its distinct touch.

Come, be a part of a festive family!
Living the Good Life @ West Bokaro Division
The picturesque West Bokaro Division situated in the highlands of Chota Nagpur plateau is a story of mining evolution at Tata Steel. It is a fully mechanised opencast mine that produces 7 million tonnes per annum of coal for steel making at Jamshedpur.


West Bokaro came into existence in 1948 as an independent coal company managed by M/S Anderson Wright. Tata Steel acquired the Company in 1956 to meet its requirement of metallurgical grade coal for iron making. Subsequently, in 1976, West Bokaro was made a Division of Tata Steel. In 1974, when coal mines were nationalised, West Bokaro was exempted as it produced coal only for captive consumption of the Steel Works.

West Bokaro:

The serene setting of West Bokaro is a soul’s delight. A well-maintained eco-space greets one upon arrival and remains etched in memory. Although a mining zone, the cleanliness presents a perpetual retreat to its residents. The employee community has an activity-filled round-the year calendar that is not only entertaining but also a learning experience, especially for the children.

So a well-balanced lifestyle is what you’re looking for, West Bokaro might just be the place for you!

West Bokaro Google Map link
Basic Amenities:

The Division is situated within a leasehold area of 4300 acres. Over the years, it has become self- reliant with its own markets, schools, medical facilities and other amenities. The officers’ accommodation is spread over several colonies located in proximity to each other. The presence of several CBSE board affiliated schools like the DAVs and Holy Cross school ensure that employees’ children are nurtured within a good environment and education set-up.

The Division has its very own shopping complex in which one can meet all their daily requirements. Bigger markets are present at Ramgarh, Hazaribagh and Ranchi.
Parks & Gardens:

The Division is adorned with JRD Park that has its own golf course and a jogger’s Track.

The other nearby attractions include the JD Hi-Street, Glitz Cinemas, Kanke Dam, Birsa Munda Biological Park and Betla National Park.

The Division has accommodation facilities for the Management Trainees in their first year of joining Tata Steel. It includes 29 rooms of which, 23 rooms are with single occupancy and six have double occupancy. Besides, it has dining and common hall facilities, as well as round the clock clear drinking water and electricity supply. The officers’ club is only 150 metres away from the hostel.
Knowledge Centre:

West Bokaro Division has a 10000-book strong knowledge centre where one can read up on a vast range of topics from managerial to mining. The Library Information System on Tata Steel’s Intranet provides a robust mechanism for book circulation.
Training Centre:

The JRD Tata Training Centre at West Bokaro was established in 1996 to create passion among the employees to transform the Division into a highly skilled, knowledgeable, innovative and competent workforce to meet the future needs of the organization. The institution imparts training to employees on statutory norms, safety, skill and behavioural aspects.

Skill development programmes have been enhanced, over the years, with increase in mining mechanisation. Trainings also include modules in HEMM, Electrical, Mechanical, 4Q-skill mapping method (Toyota model), Enterprise Capability Building System (ECBS), simulator-based Business Improvement Programme, etc.
Medical Services:

West Bokaro Division has a hospital called Tata Central Hospital at Ghatotand and 6 dispensaries in nearby villages. Tata Central Hospital was established in the year 1946 and is a 65 bed hospital having more than 80 medical staff.

The Tata Central Hospital here is equipped with state-of- the-art equipment and ICU and NICU facilities with round the clock emergency facilities including a blood bank and ambulance services. Moreover, it has a Telemedicine facility, modern operation theatre having facility of two parallel operations
Vibrant community:

There is a strong trend of social service which helps the locals and spreads smiles among them. Spouses often take part in CSR activities such as hospital visits, distribution of educational material and outings with underprivileged children amongst other things. There are various competitions organized for the children and events for them to take part in such as drawing competitions and dramatic displays.

All this and more will ensure that your stay here will be a cherished one.
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