Sarlanagar

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Sarlanagar is a metro city near Maihar where the employees of Maihar Cement reside. It is named after Smt. Sarla Birla, wife of Shri B.K. Birla, who owns B.K. Birla Group of companies, which owns Maihar Cement.

It is split into three branches:

  1. Staff Colony, where the Maihar Cement staff resides
  2. Workers Colony (Hanthikund Colony), often called Bank Colony due to the branch of UCO Bank opened there
  3. Mines Colony, where the people of the Mines Division reside


Education[edit]

There are two branches of school split into Hindi Medium and English Medium.

Sarla Higher Secondary. School It is a co-educational school and it is situated in Madhya Pradesh. The school's aim is to equip its students with intellectual and practical skills necessary to meet the challenges of the future. known for maintaining a very high standard of discipline and inculcating qualities of humanism and Indian values in the student community. The school is affiliated to Madhya Pradesh board.

Safety and environment[edit]

Every year safety day is celebrated here, where a huge debates and resolutions about safety is taken. Children write and draw beautiful slogans, picture and articles. People also perform various acts as to spread awareness to the people. at last, a cartoon of impacts of accidents is burnt.

Environment here is very pleasant with uncertain weather. But people here love it.[citation needed] well, global warming is the latest topic here. The policy for securing the environment is that every year tree planting is undertaken in a planned manner on a massive scale. As a result the barren land acquired by the company looks like green land today with different varieties of trees, gardens, lawns, fountains, flora and fauna. The plant presents a wonderful balance between concrete and ecology with smokeless chimneys and lush greenery all around. The number of trees surviving as on date is 1,058,840.[citation needed]. Also there is a project to run Metro Train in Sarlanagar.

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