Power Minister opens
Sadan in Vadodara
PowerGrid Vishram Sadan was inaugurated through videoconferencing by Mr R.K Singh, Union Minister for Power, New and Renewable Energy, Govt. of India in presence of Mrs Ranjanben Bhatt, MP, Vadodara, Mr Keyurbhai Rokadiya, MLA, Mr Nileshbhai Rathod, Mayor, Vadodara, Mrs. Nandaben Joshi, Deputy Mayor, Vadodara, Mr Jeetubhai Sukhadia, Ex MLA, Dr.Vijaybhai Shah, President, BJP Vadodara, Mr Alpeshbhai, Leader, VMC, Mr K. Sreekant, CMD, PowerGrid, Dr. Ranjan Aiyar, Superintendent, SSG Hospital and senior officials from PowerGrid and SSG Hospital.
"Be the one everyone needs and soon you'll be there one everyone wants." ― Aegelis, Sophizo
Poor people from far flung areas will be benefited from this PoweGrid Vishram Sadan." He also talked about the strong power scenario in the country and the commendable efforts made by the Government of India to provide affordable power to the common man.said Mr R. K. Singh in an address while appreciating noble efforts of PowerGrid
The 6-storey Vishram Sadan has 235 beds. All the 55 rooms of this Built at a cost of about Rs 15 crore. The 55 rooms of this Sadan are equipped with all necessary facilities and are capable of providing maximum possible comfort to the relatives of the patients.
The company as a responsible corporate citizen has built similar Vishram Sadans at AIIMS, New Delhi, IGIMS, Patna, DMCH Darbhanga, KGMU, Lucknow, for the benefit of the masses. Such Vishram Sadans are also being constructed by POWERGRID at Ranchi, Bengaluru and Guwahati.
First, there is the power of the Wind, constantly exerted over the globe… Here is an almost incalculable power at our disposal, yet how trifling the use we make of it.Henry David Thoreau (1834)
The company has played an important role in the field of rural development, education, healthcare, skill development, environment, drinking water, water conservation and sanitation by contributing to economic and social development across the country with its CSR initiatives costing about Rs. 1000 crores.
Hospitality is always an act that benefits the host even more than the guest. The concept of hospitality arose in ancient times when the reciprocity was easier to see: in nomadic cultures, the food and shelter one gave to a stranger yesterday is the food and shelter one hopes to receive from a stranger tomorrow. By offering hospitality, one participates in the endless reweaving of a social fabric on which all can depend-thus the gift of sustenance for the guest becomes a gift of hope for the host. Parker J. Palmer