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Sterlite Copper Employees Volunteer to help the Communities.

Thoothukudi, 3 April 2017: Employees of Sterlite Copper has always been so generous to support the local community when it is required. The company believes that business objectives should include overall development of communities around its operating areas. This aim has always been to go beyond mere ‘corporate social responsibility’ to understand the real needs and genuine concerns of the people. Company also encourages all the employees to participate in on-going CSR initiatives, be it a physical volunteerism or by material contribution. This is to promote an Emotional quotient among employees towards the community by participating in CSR activities

Team Finance & HSE supported Aanmavin Anbu Kapagam (An orphanage for destitute) by constructing a new kitchen. Mr. Anup Agarwal, Chief financial officer, Sterlite Copper, has dedicated it to the inmates and the team offered lunch to all the inmates

Utility team supported St. Joseph Leprosy home by providing 2 food trolleys, Primary Smelter, Smelter Mechanical, Smelter Refractory & Smelter teams supported Seena Vaana Government Higher Secondary School by providing student examination kits, school name-board and team SAP Mechanical supported for a new bore-well for drinking water facility to Primary Health Care Centre, Pudukottai.

Photo Cut: Mr. Anup Agarwal, Chief financial officer, Sterlite Copper dedicate Kitchen for inmates of Aanmavin Anbu Kapagam (An orphanage for destitute)

About Vedanta Limited (Formerly Sesa Sterlite Ltd. /Sesa Goa Ltd.)

Vedanta Limited (Vedanta Ltd) is a diversified natural resources company, whose business primarily involves exploring and processing minerals and oil & gas. The Company produces oil & gas, zinc, lead, silver, copper, iron ore, aluminium and commercial power and has a presence across India, South Africa, Namibia, Ireland, Australia, Liberia and Sri Lanka.

Vedanta Ltd is the Indian subsidiary of Vedanta Resources Plc, a London-listed company. Sustainable Development is at the core of Vedanta’s strategy, with a strong focus on health, safety and environment and on enhancing the lives of local communities. Vedanta Ltd is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange in India, and has ADRs listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

For further information, please contact:

M Esakkiappan

Head – Public Relations
Vedanta Limited (Sterlite Copper – Tuticorin Division)
Tel: +91 461 424 2953
Mob.: +91 82200 54113

Jijo Mathew

Manager – Public Relations
Vedanta Limited (Sterlite Copper – Tuticorin Division)
Tel: +91 461 424 2940
Mob.: +91 82200 54114


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