The Ore Mines and Quarries (OMQ) division of Tata Steel has distributed artificial nests among its employees as part of its sparrow conservation drive. The nests were given to 25 volunteers, who showed interest in the drive, at Noamundi in West Singhbhum district, a company release said today. The nests have a scientific design and can be used as a breeding ground for the house sparrows, it said. Speaking on the occasion, Sanjiv Paul, Vice President (Safety, Health & Sustainability) of Tata Steel, said, "I am sure that programmes like these will encourage more people to come forward for this sparrow conservation drive," he said.
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