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Thursday, April 14, 2011

NPTI PGDTC Post Graduate diploma in Thermal Condensed Exam

National Power Training Institute (NPTI Nagpur) Admission

Post Graduate diploma in Thermal Condensed (PGDTC)

Diploma in Electrical / Mechanical Engineering.
Age: Maximum 27 years as on 07.06.2010
Selection Criteria: Candidates shall be short listed on the basis of marks obtained in the Qualifying Diploma (Preferably first class) examination conducted by recognized college.

Intake Capacity: 40 (Forty) and reservation as per Govt. norms.

Placement: NPTI does not provide any guarantee for placement. However, NPTI maintains close linkages with power utilities for employment of their students. In recent time, NPTI-NER trained engineers have been selected / placed in companies’ viz. M/s. Vedanta, Adani Power, Essar Power, JSPL, Hindalco, Wartsila, CLP, Avanta Power, IPGCL, GMR, Easun Reyrolle Ltd. etc.

Fees: 1) Rs.75, 000/- (in two equal installments) for non-sponsored candidates
2) Rs.90, 000/- (in one installment) for sponsored candidates.

Additional Fees: Caution money Rs 2000/- (Refundable) and conveyance charge Rs.1800/- (one time only).

National Power Training Institute (NPTI Nagpur) 

The National Power Training Institute (NPTI) an ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 organization, is a National Apex body in India for training and human resources development in the power sector with industry specific technical interface and is the only institution of its kind in India catering to the core power Sector and allied energy sector. It is an autonomous body under Ministry of Power, Government of India and caters to the training needs of the power industry in India and abroad. The corporate office of NPTI is at Faridabad, Haryana. NPTI operates on an all India basis through its units in different zones of the country.
The Central Water and Power Commission (Power Wing) established Thermal Power Station Personnel Training Institutes in 1965-1975 at Neyveli (1965), Durgapur (1968), Badarpur (1974) and Nagpur (1975) for training the engineers of thermal power stations which were being established in the country during that time. It also established the Power Systems Training Institute (PSTI) in 1972 and Hot Line Training Centre (HLTC) in 1974 at Bangalore. With the bifurcation of the Central Water and Power Commission into the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and Central Water Commission (CWC) in the 1970s, the Institute came under the Central Electricity Authority (CEA). In the late 1970s the Raj Dekshya Committee set up by the Government of India to improve the power sector of the country recommended among many things formal training for the personnel employed in the power industry.

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