K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: The NTPC Ramagundam, as part of its Corporate social responsibility programme, has donated Rs 3 lakhs worth Archery sports equipment to the budding sportspersons at the Commissionerate training centre in Karimnagar town on Monday.
NTPC Ramagundam and Telangana Chief General Manager Sunil Kumar handed over the Archery sports equipment to Commissioner of Police VB Kamalasan Reddy at the CTC where the police were successfully running Archery academy to encourage budding sportspersons since 2014.
On this occasion, the NTPC CGM had called upon the sportspersons to excel in their sport and bring reputation to the country and assured all assistance for encouraging the sports. He also assured the Commissionerate of Police all assistance for doing several social service programmes in the district. Commissioner of Police VB Kamalasan Reddy said that the Archery academy at the CTC was encouraging the game. Already, the sportspersons had excelled in the state level competitions and they would soon participate in the national level also and bring reputation to the district, he added.
Earlier, the NTPC officials were spellbound to see the mini-forests developed by the Karimnagar police at the CTC by adopting Miyawaki method of the plantation. The officials went around the entire Miyawaki plantation and other gardens developed by the police officials as part of the Haritha haram programme. NTPC DGM DS Kumar, HR department official Yugender Rao, CSR programme executive Nishanth Kishan, Additional DCP S Srinivas and Chandramohan, ACP Nagender, inspector Madhavi, RIs Jhani Miyah, Shekhar Kiran Kumar and others were also present.