Meghalaya: GSI starts creche for women employees’ kids in Shillong

GSI starts creche in Shillong for the women employees kids Eastnews

The Geological Survey of India (GSI), a 171-year-old leading geoscientific research organization, has opened a crèche for children in its Shillong office in the Northeastern area to help women employees.

According to the Geological Survey of India, this facility is for ladies who come to work from far places and however can work effectively. 

The crèche will benefit employees, particularly women employees, whose children may very well be cared for in the crèche, allowing them to focus fully on their office work.

On Monday, Dr. J. Rajeshwar, DDG, and head of the department, officially opened the crèche.

Janak Raj, DDG, RMH-I&III; RR Raul, DDG, RMH-II; JK Naik, Director, PSS; Dr. MB Mawthoh, Director, M&C; and Dr. N. Nandhagopal, Director, Staff Welfare Cell, NER were among those who attended the inaugural ceremony.

Moreover, Dr. Rajeshwar noted in his inaugural speech that this move was made in accordance with the Government of India’s welfare policies, Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao.

The opening of the crèche will help spread the word and inspire women to work for the government, according to Dr. Rajeshwar.

The Geological Survey of India was established in 1851 with the primary goal of discovering coal reserves for the Indian Railways.

Its primary responsibilities include the creation and upgrading of national geoscientific data and the assessment of mineral resources.

However, over the years, the GSI has evolved into not just a repository of geo-science data needed in numerous disciplines across the country, but also a geoscientific organization of international repute.

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