Seeking bright young minds that can rise to a technical challenge, Women Of Mettle gives students the opportunity to experience real life technical challenges in the steel industry and gain access to Tata Steel's senior management who act as tutors and mentors.
A pioneering programme in the Indian manufacturing sector, Women Of Mettle is open to female students from select engineering colleges. The shortlisted students get to work on a live technical challenge and present the solution live to the jury at Jamshedpur. The top 10 candidates not only get the opportunity to become the recipient of a scholarship but will also be entitled to a career at Tata Steel.
Our constant pursuit of excellence has enabled us to take up new challenges and set industry benchmarks. Building an equitable culture and a diverse leadership team is a responsibility we take seriously. Women-Of-Mettle is one of the first programmes in the manufacturing industry in India, where we not only provide scholarships but also a career in Tata Steel.Mr Suresh Dutt Tripathi
Mosaic defines the path the company has taken to build a people culture that both celebrate and encourages diversity and inclusion. With Challenging work assignments and a healthy work life balance, Tata Steel has been the perfect launchpad for many women leaders in the organisation.Atrayee S Sanyal
AT THE LD SHOP, THE CHALLENGES ARE TOUGH. THAT'S WHY I WEAR A HARD HAT.
This Manager position itself defines not just the technical portion. It includes all the managerial actions like management of people, resources, etc. I find it very fascinating being in an LD shop. The environment is difficult to work in but it brings excitement every day.
BEING THE GUARDIAN OF150 MEN WAS SOMETHING I COULD NOT HAVE THOUGHT OF.
I landed on a rough plane of myths that women cannot work in the manufacturing sector, myth that a young women can't head a team of men, myth that the manufacturing industry is male dominant, with poor acceptability for women... but gradually all such myths crashed and one day an employee remarked that I joining their Section was one of the best things that has ever happened to them and while leaving their home, they would tell their families that they have a responsible guardian to look after them in the plant... and that was me... guardian of 150 odd men double my age!.
The Top 10 scholars (in no particular order) of the WOM scholarship programme are mentioned below:
No. The institute would not be involved in the evaluation
The link to upload presentations will be deactivated after the deadline
The submission for the pre-screening round must only be a presentation (ppt format, maximum 12 slides) that covers the following:
• Executive Summary
• Introduction to the problem statement
• Analysis of the problem
• The presentation format for final round will be communicated to the shortlisted candidates
Evaluation of the entries would be based on their practical applicability and feasibility to implement
The idea could be used based on the feasibility and ease of implementation.
It is open to the list of only select institutes.
Tata Steel Ltd. would prefer if the slide content is within the prescribed range.
The evaluations are confidential and at the discretion of the panel of judges.
All decisions are final and binding and cannot be contested.
No Annexures should be added during the initial round. However at the final presentations, the annexures would be mandatory to be submitted along with the final presentation
The contact details are firstname.lastname@example.org. The contact nos are 0657-66-45788 or 06572756555.
All the information about Tata Steel is available on the website www.tatasteelindia.com and www.tatasteel.com. In case of any further details required, the team can contact the central team.
The deadline for registration is listed in the registration page. The candidate is requested to go through the same for any concerns.
This is a forwarding letter from your college.
Scholars must rank amongst 25% for the respective stream, post their selection in every subsequent semester. Scholars would not get the opportunity to appear in Selection / interview process for any other company in campus.
Tata Steel will pay Rs. 25,000/- each in third and final year.
The balance amount of Rs. 1,50,000/- will be paid at the time of joining Tata Steel Ltd.
|Sr No.||Activity||Target Date|
|1||Registrations Open||25 April 2019 to 20 May 2019|
|2||Announcement of Shortlisted Participants||29 May 2019|
|3||Finale||15 August 2019|
The list of 50 shortlisted students.
|Full Name||College Name|
|Adrija Nag||National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur|
|Sai Madhurya Pudipeddi||National Institute of Technology, Warangal|
|NIVEDITA MISHRA||National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur|
|SNEHA PRITI||Indian School of Mines|
|anuja priyadarshini||Indian School of Mines|
|Nicky Nagdev||MKSSS Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Pune|
|Aditi Bansal||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|L Gayatri||Stanley College Of Engineering And Technology For Women, Hyd|
|Kirty Goyal||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|Keerthana Dhulipudi||G. Narayanamma Institute of technology and Science|
|Paidimarry Sai Nidhi||Stanley College Of Engineering And Technology For Women|
|niharika chhatoi||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|Shloka Dhavle||Birla Institute Of Technology, Mesra|
|M.Ramya Tejaswini||National Institute of Technology Warangal|
|VIJYA LAXMI||Birla Institute Of Technology, Mesra|
|PUJITA SRIVASTAVA||Birla Institute of Technology and Science|
|SWATI PRIYA||Birla Institute Of Technology, Mesra|
|Pranali Borkar||Birla Institute Of Technology, Mesra|
|Kumari Shalini||Birla Institute Of Technology, Mesra|
|Ananya Kant||Birla Institute Of Technology, Mesra|
|NIVEDITA GUPTA||National Institute of Technology,Jamshedpur|
|RIYA MEHTA||National Institute of Technology,Jamshedpur|
|Suradha Iyer||College of Engineering Pune|
|priya chandra||Birsa Institute of Technology, Sindri|
|Anisha Das||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|SHASWATI PARIDA||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|Shwetaleena Mohanty||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|Aparna Abhilipsa||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|Yavnika Chauhan||INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY)|
|Poorvi Agrawal||National Institute Of Technology Raipur|
|Pratyasha Dash||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|Ativa Rath||Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology|
|DEBAJANI SARANGI||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|NARMADA SAHOO||College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|ANWESHA DASH||VSS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY|
|Nivedita Mahesh||National Institute of Technology|
|SUNDARA HARI PRIYA||IIT Chennai|
|Y Dharani Yakkaluru||NIT Trichy|
|Devi Janani Ramesh||NIT Trichy|
|Chinmayi Lanka||NIT Trichy|
|Sampurna Borah||IIT Bhubaneswar|
|Akshara Bejawada||IIT Chennai|
|Anwesha Panda||NIT Rourkela|
|SAZIYA AHASAN||NIT Jamshedpur|
|PAVITHRA PRIYADHARSHINI K||NIT Trichy|
|SWATI KUMARI||NIT Jamshedpur|
|SHRUTIKA .||NIT Jamshedpur|
|Amrutha Koripalli||NIT Raipur|
|SOUMYA NAYAK||NIT Raipur|