London / New Delhi: Chairperson of JSPL Foundation Shallu Jindal has been conferred with Golden Peacock Award for Social and Cultural Leadership – 2019.
She has been honoured for being an outstanding pioneer in the world of social welfare, promoting public cause for overall societal benefits and propagating and promulgating awareness and appreciation of India’s rich cultural artistic heritage.
She received the award from the Chairman of the British Broadcasting Corporation Sir David Clementi in the presence of the Chief executive of ACCA, the global body for professional accountant Helen Brand, Chairperson of EU’s External Sub Committee & Former Minister, United Kingdom The Baroness Verma, & President of the Institute of Directors Lt General J.S. Ahluwalia, PVSM (retd) in the London Global Convention on Corporate Governance and Sustainability – 2019 organised by the Institute of Directors in London on November 14.
Jindal has been unanimously selected for prestigious award by the Grand Jury of the Golden Peacock Awards, chaired by former Chief Justice of India Justice M.M. Venkatachaliah.
She also received Golden Peacock Special Commendation for Sustainability 2019 on behalf of Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL).
Receiving the honour, Jindal said, “I am extremely grateful for this honourable recognition for my social and cultural endeavours. From very early on in my life, I had a realisation that it was important for me to use my privilege position to make a larger impact in society, especially for those who are socially vulnerable and underprivileged. My interests in education, arts, culture and gender equality have led me to work in my personal capacity and with the JSPL foundation to set up and operate sustainable projects for social and cultural development”.
Jindal also congratulated the Team CSR & Sustainability of JSPL for the Golden Peacock Special Commendation for Sustainability awarded to Jindal Steel & Power.
Under the leadership of Jindal, JSPL Foundation has initiated several programmes in Odisha, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh to fight infant mortality, build nutrition and good health among Young women, train tribal youth in a range of professional skills, apart from providing clean drinking water, different farming opportunities to people in rural areas.