PM’s Trophy Panel of Judges at RINL

Published: 09th March 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th March 2015 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM : To assess the best integrated steel plant for the prestigious Prime Minister’s Trophy 2013-14, the Panel of Judges (PoJ) arrived at Visakhapatnam Steel Plant Sunday.

They were accorded a warm welcome by Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) chairman and managing director P Madhusudan and other directors. The PoJ comprises Karnataka former additional chief secretary JN Chaubey, Uttam Galva Metallic Limited chief technologist BN Singh, Bokaro Steel Limited (SAIL) former managing director KAP Singh, Tata Steel Limited former deputy managing director T Mukherjee, prof. PK Sen from IIT-Kharagpur, Arcelor Mittal Group vice-president Sanak Mishra, JSW Steel Limited former chief executive officer Jugal Kishore Tandon, BHEL former director and principal adviser OP Bhutani, MECON Limited former CMD KK Mehrotra, NK Chadha from the University of Delhi, INTUC secretary OP Lal, and also OP Verma, KK Pahuja and B Sudhakar, representing the Prime Minister’s Trophy Secretariat.

During the two-day visit, the PoJ will visit various production and expansion units and witness a corporate presentation of the RINL.

Visteel Mahila Samiti will present a cultural programme ‘Aaradhya’ in Ukkunagaram Monday.

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