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Tata Steel allocates a significant amount of funds every year towards building new schools, colleges and other education infrastructure.

The Company has built and facilitated construction of numerous educational institutes across its areas of operation with the objective of imparting quality education. The St. Xavier’s High School at Lupungutu in Chaibasa, Baba Ramdas Shishu Vidya Mandir at Champua in Keonjhar district of Odisha, Adivasi Vikas Samiti, Kainshi Vidyamandir, St. Mary English High School, and DBMS School in Jamshedpur are some of the educational institutes supported by Tata Steel.


Some of the prominent Tata Steel institutes and training centres include:


Institute of Mathematics

Located in Bhubaneshwar, the Institute is a joint endeavour of the Government of Odisha, Institute of Mathematics and Tata Steel and works as a repository of knowledge and information.


Jamshedpur School of Art

As a step further towards supporting art and culture, Tata Steel has established the Jamshedpur School of Art in Jamshedpur. Generous sponsorships and support from the Group have facilitated many more such centres across the country including the prestigious National Centre for Performing Arts, Mumbai.


Shavak Nanavati Technical Institute (SNTI)

SNTI is a 75-year old institute, which caters to the technical training requirement of Tata Steel. It is an in-house technical training institute for engineers & technicians.

Some of the other such institutes are:

  • Training centre ‘Prerana‘ in Odisha imparts Modular Employable Skills to youth from relocated families
  • R D Tata Technical Education Centre at Jamshedpur
  • Nabakrushna Choudhry Centre for Development Studies in Bhubaneswar
  • Rating Training Institute at Paradip
  • Master Craftsman Training Institute, Bhubaneswar