NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE

(An ISO 9000:2000 & ISO 14001 Organization)

Ministry of Power, Govt. of India

BANGALORE-560 070.

 

Text Box: Employment Oriented Course on Operation & Maintenance of
TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
ANNOUNCE

 

Duration: 26 Weeks

 


WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN

Power Sector is continuously expanding sector.  The manpower requirement in Power Sector during Xth Plan is 2,30,000 in Transmission & Distribution of Power as per the report of sub-group on Manpower Planning.  Further, the amendment in the Indian Electricity Act, have opened private sector participation in the Transmission & Distribution of Power.  It has further created a large demand for the trained persons in Electrical Utilities, to man various positions in Operation & Maintenance of Electrical Power Transmission & Distribution Systems.

The main objective of the course is to create a technically trained manpower readily available for recruitment to the power companies in the area of Transmission & Distribution of Electrical Power.

This is an Employment Oriented Program for those who desire to make a career in the power sector.  On successfully undergoing this course the Graduate Engineers will find immense opportunities and preference in employment with various power companies.

 

ABOUT THE COURSE

This is a unique course of 26 weeks duration, for the first time in the country, which will be conducted by NPTI at Bangalore, formerly known as Power Systems Training Institute (PSTI).

 

The course content covers complete operation and maintenance of Power Transmission & Distribution Systems, incorporating the recommendations of the Committee formed to prepare the syllabus for the Electricity Act (Rule-3) to make training power statutory in Transmission & Distribution, which is likely to be implemented in due course, in which case it will be added advantage for employment.

 

ELIGIBILITY

Bachelor of Engineering or equivalent in Electrical, Electronics, Power and Computer Engg.

 

SELECTION CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION

Percentage of marks obtained in the final B.E. or equivalent examination.

 

SPONSORED CANDIDATES

The candidates sponsored by employers if fulfilling eligibility requirement, will be admitted directly.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Application form alongwith prospectus can be obtained from the Institute by paying cash or on the following address by post sending A4 size self addressed envelope alongwith a Crossed Demand Draft for Rs. 100/- in favour of PSTI, payable at Bangalore.

OR

Download the Application form available below and send it as directed in the application along with a crossed DD of Rs 100/-  in favour of “PSTI, Bangalore”.

 


IMPORTANT DATES

Issue of Prospectus                    :  27th Dec. 2004 to 31th Jan. 2005

Last Date for receipt of application forms

 in all respect                                :  31th Jan. 2005

Admission                                    :  31st Jan., 2005 to 3rd Feb., 2005

Commencement of the Course     :   4th Feb. 2005

 

 

Shri M N Murthy, Program Director

National Power Training Institute

Subramanyapura Road, Banashankari II Stage,

P.O. Box No. 8201,  Bangalore - 560 070

Fax : 080-26713758  Tel. 080-26714549, 26713999

Email : pstinpti@yahoo.com

Website: www.kar.nic.in/psti

               www.npti.nic.in

 

 

 

 

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EMPLOYMENT ORIENTED COURSE ON

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF  

TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

FOR ENGINEERS

(26 Weeks)

PROSPECTUS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE

An ISO 9001 :2000 & ISO 14001 Organization

(Ministry of Power, Govt. of India)

P O Box No. 8201, Subramanyapura Road,

Banashankari II Stage

Bangalore- 560 070

(KARNATAKA) INDIA

FAX: 080 26713758

TEL:  080 26714549/26713999

E-mail : pstinpti@yahoo.com

 

 

ABOUT  NPTI, BANGALORE

 

National Power Training Institute (NPTI), Bangalore, formerly known as  Power Systems Training Institute, was established in the year 1972.  During the last 32 years, the Institute has trained many power sector personnel in the area of Transmission & Distribution of Power, who are manning the various important positions in Power Sector of the Country.  The Institute is located on the Subramanyapura Road, 9th Main Road End, Opposite to Yarab Nagar, Banashankari second stage, behind Banashankari Temple, in the centre part of Green City, Bangalore.  It has a self-contained complex with hostels, Institute and all infrastructural facilities.   The Institute is also equipped with Power System Training Simulator, the first simulator of this type in the Country and also Hot Line Training Centre for maintenance training of High Voltage transmission lines.  The Institute has experienced Faculty, Trainers, Laboratories, etc.

WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN

This is a unique course of 26 Weeks duration, for the first time in the country, which will be conducted by NPTI Institute at Bangalore, formerly known as Power System Training Institute (PSTI).

The course content covers complete operation  & maintenance of Power Transmission & distribution system, incorporating the recommendations of the Committee formed to prepare the syllabus to form part of the Electricity Act  (Rule-3) to make training statutory in Transmission & Distribution, which is likely to be implemented shortly, in which case it will be added advantage for employment.

The modules taught during the programme are as per Annexure-1.  The training methodologies include Lectures, Laboratory Sessions, Video Sessions, Group Discussions, Technical Visits and On-Job Training.

 

INFORMATION FOR THE CANDIDATES:

 

WHO CAN APPLY

 

a)        The candidates who have obtained Bachelor of Engineering/ B.Sc. (Engg.)/A.M.I.E. or equivalent degree in Electrical Engineering/Power Engineering will be considered first .   Those with Electronics and Computer Engineering degree shall also be considered depending upon availability of seats. 

b)        Graduate Engineers sponsored by State Electricity Boards/ Power Utilities and Private Companies.

 

HOW TO REACH THE INSTITUTE:

The Institute is about 10 KMs away from Bangalore City Railway Station/Bangalore City Bus Stand and 20 KMs from Bangalore Air Port. Pre-paid Autorikshaw services are available from Bangalore City Railway Station. City buses also ply via Yarab Nagar bus stop (bus route Nos. 15C, 15E, 15H, 210A, 210 R and P from Bangalore City Bus Station).  Pre paid taxis are also available from the Airport.


SELECTION CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION

a)        The admission to this Program will be done on the basis of Merit (% of marks) obtained at qualifying examination.

b)        Candidates who are sponsored by the organizations/employers will be directly admitted, if they fulfill the eligibility criteria i.e. Bachelor of Engineering or equivalent in Electrical/Electronics/Computer Engineering.

c)        Those with Electrical Engineering degree will be considered first.   Remaining vacant seats will be filled up through Electronics/Computer Engineering students.    Reservation for SC/ST candidates shall be as per Govt. of India norms.

 

APPLICATION FORMS

Application form alongwith prospectus can be obtained from the Institute by cash payment or by  post sending Name, address, etc. along with  a crossed demand draft for Rs. 100/- in favour of NPTI, payable at Bangalore (Two self addressed stickers may be attached with the application) on following address:

 

Shri M N Murthy

Program Director

National Power Training Institute

P O Box No. 8201

Subramanyapura Road

Banashankari II Stage

Bangalore- 560 070(KARNATAKA)

Telefax: 080 26713758

TEL:  080 26713999/26714255

E-mail: pstinpti@yahoo.com

 

The application form complete in all respects alongwith the attested copies of documents listed in the application form are to be sent or submitted to the  above address latest by  31st  January 2005.  Incomplete applications will be rejected without any notice.  NPTI shall not be responsible for any postal delay or loss of mail.

 

COURSE FEES

 

Course fee for the Non-sponsored Candidates

Rs. 50,000/- per participant (Non refundable) (Rs. 25,000/- at the time of admission, Rs.25,000/-  before 15th March 2005).

 

Course fee for the sponsored candidates    

Rs. 50,000/- per participant (Non-refundable) to be paid in full at the time of admission

 

Course fee for Foreign Nationals

a)      SAARC Countries- US $ 2,500 per                                                               participant (Non-refundable)

b)     Other than SAARC Countries - US $ 3,000 per participant.

 


HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION

The above course fee does not include the Lodging/Boarding charges. However, non-family sharing type accommodation shall be provided to the candidates at the Institute campus  @ Rs. 1500/- per month.

Dining facility is available at the Institute. Mess is run on co-operative basis by the participants themselves/or on contract basis.  Boarding charges are to be borne by the participants/sponsoring organizations. The charges are to be borne on monthly basis.

GENERAL

1.      Security Deposit: An amount of Rs. 2000/- as Security Money (Refundable) for Library, Hostel, stores, etc. will be deposited by the student at the time of joining the Institute.

2.      Hostel Rent: The hostel rent is payable in advance at the time of hostel allotment.

3.      Conveyance Charges: Conveyance charges @ Rs. 100/- per month for On-job training/Plant visits shall be payable at the time of joining the Institute.

4.      Refund: In case  a selected candidate withdraws from the program for any reason, no part of tuition fee will be refunded  except refundable deposit.

5.      Late Fee: If a candidates fails to deposit any installment of course fee by the due date, late fee @ Rs. 100/- per week will be chargeable from the due date.

6.      Internet Charges: Computer facility with Internet access/e-mail facility would be available @ Rs. 15/- per hour for the desirous students after the class hours and subject to availability.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

 

1.   Issue of application forms                                                         : 27th Dec. 04 – 31st  Jan. 05

2.   Last date of Receipt of completed application forms           : 31st Jan. 2005

3.   Admission                                                                        :  24th Jan. 05 – 3rd Feb. 05

3.   Commencement of the course                                     :  4th Feb. 2005

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Text Box: Name: ________________________
DD/Cash: _____________________
Sl.No.: ________________________
For Official Use only

 

 

 

 

APPLICATION FORM

FOR THE EMPLOYMENT ORIENTED COURSE

ON OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF

TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

 

 

 

SESSION 2005

 

Affix Latest Passport size Photograph

 

 

1.      Full Name of the candidate                       :__________________________________

(In Capital Letters)                                                                 

 

2.   Father’s Name                                          :__________________________________              

     

3.   Date of Birth (in Christian Era)     

Date

Month

Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

4.  Sex

Male

Female

 

5.  Marital Status

Single

Married

 

6.  Nationality

 

 

7.  Category

SC

ST

GEN

SPONSORED

 

8.  Address for communication                      ___________________________________

                                                                        ___________________________________

                                                                        ___________________________________

                                                                         

PIN CODE

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                       

Telephone No. ________ Fax No.________

 

9.  Are you a Sponsored Candidate

Yes

No

 

10. Educational Qualifications  (Starting from BE/BSc.Engg. onwards)

Sl.

No.

Examination passed

Branch/

Subject

Year of

passing

College/

University

Percentage of marks/class (as per University norms)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attested photocopy of qualifying degree, mark sheet and proof of date of birth are to be sent alongwith application form.

 

11. Experience after Graduation (if any)

Sl.

No.

Designation

Name of organization

Period of Employment

Nature of duties

From

To

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* 12.  Certificate of Sponsorship:                                            Dated :_____________

 

This is to certify that Mr/Ms. _________________________________ working in this concern/organization _____________________________as __________________ will be sponsored by us in case he/she is selected for admission to the Post Graduate Diploma in Operation & Maintenance of  Transmission & Distribution Systems for the session 2005.

                                                                                    Signature of Employer

                                                                                    Name

Place:                                                                          Designation

Seal:                                                                            Address

 

13. Any other information:

 

 

 

14. List of Documents Attached


a)      Passport size photo

b)      Attested photocopy of qualifying degree

c)      Mark sheet of the qualifying degree(Copy)

d)      Sponsorship Certificate (if applicable)

e)      Community Certificate (if applicable)



 

DECLARATION

 

The above furnished informations are true to the best of  my knowledge and in case of anything found misleading or wrong my candidature is liable to be rejected without any notice.

 

Signed  on this  ___________(day)  of ___________(month) _______( year)

 

 

Place:                                                              Signature of Candidate ________________

Name (in full )  _______________________

 

Application complete in all respects alongwith the attested copies of the documents indicated at the column 14 must reach The Program Director, NPTI, PO Box 8201 Subramanyapura Road, Banashankari II stage, Bangalore 560 070,on or before  __31st January 2004.

 

 

* For sponsored candidates only.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

 

Enrolment No:                                   Certificate attached                         Yes         No

Sponsored:        Yes         No           Sponsorship Certificate      Attached /

                                                                                                            Not attached

                                                                                                            Not applicable.

DD.No.________________________ Date________________

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ANNEXURE – 1

COURSE CONTENTS  FOR 26 WEEKS “OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS”

 

I. GENERAL INTRODUCTION

(i)                   World Power Scenario

(ii)                 Growth of Power Industry in India

(iii)                Generation Scenario in India

(iv)                Transmission & Distribution Scenario in India

(v)                  Role of Private Power Participants in India

(vi)                Organisaion/Power Sector set up

 

II. POWER GENERATION

a.       Types of generation: Conventional and Non-conventional

Thermal Power Plant: Components/equipment and their brief details & uses.  Features & characteristics of Boiler, Turbine, Generator, Excitation etc.  Brief operational aspects, captive power plants.

b.       Hydro Power Plant: Components/equipments and their brief details, features and characteristics of Turbine, Generator, excitation etc. brief operational aspects

c.       Gas Power Plant: Concept of open cycle and combined cycle, components, characteristics of  Gas turbines, brief operational aspects, captive power plants

d.       Nuclear Power Plant: Salient features

e.       Non-conventional Energy Sources: Various sources, working principle electricity generation

f.         Co-generation, optimal mix of different types of generation, base Load & peak load Operation

 

III.  POWER TRANSMISSION

 

(A)                TRANSMISSION LINES AND HVDC

                                                   i.      Brief history of EHV Transmission system in India

                                                 ii.      Tower types A,B,C,D and special towers

                                                iii.      Conductors/Earthwire and its accessories: Types, configuration, transposition, selection criteria

                                                iv.      Insulators & Hardware fittings: Types, strength, details

                                                  v.      Right of way, IE rules and Acts.  Statutory clearances from other agencies, compensation etc.

                                                vi.      Surveying, Route Alignment, profiling, tower spotting

                                               vii.      Benching and soil classification, soil investigation and soil Resistivity measurement.

                                             viii.      Tower design & testing, quality checks

                                               ix.      Tower erection, Hardware & accessories fitting procedures, stringing, clearances, commissioning

                                                 x.      O&M of T/L: Line patrolling, Routine checks, filling log books, T&P, Thermo vision scanning, faults, failure analysis, Hot line maintenance case studies

 

(B)                SUB-STATIONS (400 KV/220 KV/132KV)

(i)                   Types: Generation sub-station, Grid sub-station, Mobile sub-station, Gas Insulated s/s etc.

Indoor/outdoor, general comparison

(ii)                 General arrangement and layout of switchyard, switching schemes, single line diagram

(iii)                Power Transformers, Reactors

(a)      Types, major components, construction details, functions

(b)      Design & Selection, specification and rating

(c)      Bushings, On-Load Tap Changer (OLTC) Buchholtz Relay, Conservator, Breather, Thermo Syphon Filter, indicators etc.

(d)      Cooling arrangements- Methods of cooling, pumps, fans, radiators etc.

(e)      Transformer tests

(iv)                Switchgears

(a)      Circuit breaker: Types (MOCB, ABCB, VCB, SF6), constructional details, layout arrangement connection to bus, design/selection parameters, ratings/specifications, interlocks

(b)      Isolator: Types (Vertical, Horizontal, Pantograph), Breaks, construction details, earth switch, interlocks design/selection, rating/specification.

(c)      Bus bar: Types, construction, supports, insulators, connectors, jumpers, safety clearances, design/selection, rating/ specification.

(d)      CT/CVT. Lighting Arrestors/Lighting Mast:- Types, constructional details, use, location, selection, design, ratings/specifications

(e)      Power Line Carrier Communication (PLCC):- Principle, purpose, types of coupling and choice, components, use and operation of PLCC system, modules of PLCC panels, ratings/specification.

(f)        Meters, Indicators and Recorders: Types & functional description of all types of meters, indicators and recorders- Voltmeter, Ammeter, Frequency Meter, Wattmeter, Energy meter, event logger(EL), Disturbance Recorder (DR), Fault Locator (FL), Indicators.

(g)      Relays: Types, functions, constructional details, functions, selection, ratings/specifications/ testing and setting of relays

(h)      Protection System: Philosophy, types, design, protection, schemes, tripping schemes, protection of transformer/reactor, motor, line/feeder generator, bus etc.

(v)                  Grounding:- Types of grounding, earth testing & treatment, earthmat design, step potential, Neutral grounding reactor

(vi)                Auxiliary facilities

(a)      DG Set

(b)      Fire fighting system: Types of fire, extinguisher, Emulsifier system, deluge system, fire fighting system for transformer/reactor, oil storage system, control room, office building etc.

(c)      Station Battery System

(d)      LT Supply

(e)      Air Conditioning System

(f)        Compressor air System (Service air system, Instrument Air System)

(vii)               Control Room-Layout, arrangement of equipments/ panels, false ceiling & flooring, fire safety measures, Air conditioning, uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS), Computer and its peripherals, Lighting emergency lighting.

(viii)             Cables-Types, Control cables, power cables, layout, trench gallery arrangement, cable ratings, selection, cable termination & jointing.

(ix)               Compensating devices: Shunt Reactor/ Capacitor series reactor/Capacitor, Static Var Compensators (SVC)

(x)                 Sub-station operation: Operational aspects of all equipments/systems, salient features and parameters, limiting values, control room operation, local/remote operation, operational guidelines/procedures synchronization, Grid operation, communication with RLDC/SLDC etc.  Permit to work/Line clear procedure, maintenance of log books, records tripping reports, shift procedures, monitoring, duties/responsibilities of s/s staff, interlocks & sequential operation, operational problems, operation under emergency, case studies

(xi)               Sub-Station Maintenance:

(a)      Need, philosophy, types-Routine, preventive, planned, predictive, break-down, emergency maintenance, comparison, life expectancy curves (bath tub curves), tools & tackles, testing instruments, safety devices, sampling equipments, test kits, visual checks, condition monitoring techniques, online maintenance of different equipments, planning the maintenance activities, preparation of maintenance estimates budgeting for control, maintenance records, history book, spare parts management

(b)      Transformer/ Reactor Maintenance-Factors affecting the life of transformer/Reactor.  Types of faults than can occur, reasons for breakdown, visual checks/inspection/preliminary testing of various components-oil sampling and testing, oil filtration, Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA), maintenance schedule, fault rectification, need for major overhaul and methods.

(c)      Switchgear & protection Maintenance:- Maintenance of CB, Isolator, Earthswitch, Support Insulators, CT/CVT,LA,LM, Meters/Recorders, PLCC, Protective relay maintenance testing, protection system maintenance

(d)      Maintenance of auxiliaries (other systems) – Battery & charging system, DG set air-conditioning plant, compressors air system, fire fighting system, switchyard, lighting, control room, earth resistance testing, cables, compensating devices

(xii)              Erection and commissioning of sub-station; PERT, CPM, charts, project monitoring, erection, pre-commissioning checks/Tests, commissioning, synchronization

(xiii)            Civil Works:- Surveying, site selection, soil investigation, general layout and architectural drawing, switchyard foundation, cable trench design, oil pit, control room building, DG set building, Fire fighting system & AC system Design, Design & construction of Roads, drains, water supply pipe lines, Fencing/compound wall.

 

(C)                LOAD DISPATCH & COMMUNICATION

(i)                   Load Dispatch Centres-Functions, SLDC/RLDC, NLDC, Pre-dispatch, during-dispatch, post dispatch functions

(ii)                 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA) System RTU, Front End Computers, Main Computers, Visual Display Units, mimic boards

(iii)                Energy Management System-Functions

(iv)                Load forecasting, Generation scheduling, Load Management, Load shedding

(v)                  Hydro thermal scheduling

(vi)                Voltage/Frequency Control

(vii)               Reactive Power Management

(viii)             Grid Management-Problems/Solutions

(ix)               Operational Co-operation, Import/Export of Energy, role of tariff in system operation

(x)                 Maintenance, On-Line Maintenance

(xi)               Grid disturbance/Case studies

(xii)              Software tools

(xiii)            Communication system: Types-PLCC, Microwave, Leased lines, Fibre optics, Satellite, V-SAT

(xiv)             Communication comparison, characteristics, modules, planning criteria, selection criteria, RTUs, Modems, Baudrate, communication protocols, Data Exchange, System Noise & interference, integrated communication system, O&M of communication system, protocol details, Telemetry, Tele-control & tele-protection

(xv)              Visit to SLDC/RLDC/NLDC

 

(D)                HVDC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

(i)                   Development of HVDC technology, economics, comparison with HVAC systems, principles of HVDC conversion, HVDC lines, HVDC sub-stations-converters, Reactive power considerations, HVDC system operation & control, maintenance, AC & DC harmonies & filtering, protection system, insulation co-ordination, emergencies and case studies

 

IV.  POWER DISTRIBUTION

(A)                DISTRIBUTION LINES/CABLES

(i)                   Brief historical review of Distribution system

(ii)                 Lines/tower/poles classification, surveying, environmental clearance, railway & telegraph crossings, IE Rules/Acts, clearances from local bodies

(iii)                Planning, design & selection aspects of tower/poles structure, conductors, insulators and other hardwares

(iv)                Tower/pole erection, conductor laying, stringing, sagging, clipping.

(v)                  Layout of earthwire/neutral wire, guarding repair and jointing of conductors, jumpering, binding

(vi)                Design and selection of undergoing cables, routing & laying, cable box and jointing

(vii)               Locating, construction and erection of pole-mounted sub-stations, earthing HT & LT poles/supports

(viii)             Selection & fixing of control devices – GC switches, expulsion fuse, repeater fuse, Kit-Kat fuses etc.

(ix)               Design & installation of service lines – LV, MV, HV Consumers compliance of IE Rules

(x)                 Street Lighting-Design consideration and controlling methods

(xi)               O&M of Distribution & service lines

(xii)              Maintenance schedules & Records


 

(B)                DISTRIBUTION SUB-STATIONS

(i)                   Types, General Arrangement, Layouts, Bus Bar arrangements, single line diagram/equipments

(ii)                 Surveying, site selection, soil testing, statutory requirements & other civil engineering aspects

(iii)                Construction details, selection, design and specification of equipments (transformer, CB etc.)

(iv)                Auxiliary systems-Battery system, DG set, fire fighting system

(v)                  Earthing of sub-stations equipments

(vi)                Erection, testing & commissioning of equipments/systems

(vii)               Relays, Relaying schemes, installation

(viii)             Sub-station building-Control panel Layout, power & control cable connections, ventilation etc.

(ix)               Operation & Maintenance all equipment, protective relays and auxiliaries.

 

(C)                DISTRIBUTION METERING & EFFICIENT ENERGY MANAGEMENT

(i)                   Types & constructional details of various meters/indicators and operation

(ii)                 Indian Electricity rules regarding sealing of cut outs and meters penalty for seal breaking

(iii)                Failure analysis of energy meters and indicators testing/settings

(iv)                Detection of theft/tempering, unauthorized loads, investigation, legal aspects

(v)                  Testing consumer premises and dealing with disputed

(vi)                Distribution Meter reading, Rationalization and computerization

(vii)               Causes and cures for breakdowns, tripping and fluctuations in distribution system

(viii)             IE rules regarding system voltage drops and improvements

(ix)               Failure analysis of distribution transformers, need/methods for minimizing failures, remedial measures

(x)                 Distribution automation

(xi)               Improving the efficiency of pump sets, street lighting

(xii)              Anti-theft measures and case studies

(xiii)            Demand side management

(xiv)             Distribution System protection and reliability

 

V.  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

(i)                   PC awareness, DOS commands, operating systems, word processing

(ii)                 WS/LOTUS/DBASE/AUTOCAD

(iii)                WINDOWS-NT/98

(iv)                MS-Word/EXCEL/POWER POINT/PROJECT

(v)                  UNIX & C/LAN-WAN/INTERNET-EMAIL

(vi)                Use of Distribution System software-packages

(vii)               Hand-on practice

(viii)             Latest software tools

(ix)               Application software for word processing, Data analysis with spread sheet, production of drawings, Data base management.

 

VI.  SAFETY & STATUTORY REGULATIONS

(i)                   Safety Requirement, Safety Policy

(ii)                 Hazards, Electrical Accidents and prevention

(iii)                First Aid

(iv)                Safety equipments/materials, upkeepment

(v)                  Legal Aspects of Safety

(vi)                Relevant Indian standards for safety

(vii)               Fire fighting-Types of fire, fire fighting/system, fire extinguishers

(viii)             Safety rules and procedures during construction and O&M

(ix)               Safe working practices, safety earthing issuing and canceling of PTW/LC

(x)                 IE Rules on safety & clearances

(xi)               Statutory clearances from local bodies/Govt. environment, Railway, Telegraph, Aviation Agencies.

 

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NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE

(An ISO 9000:2000 & ISO 14001 Organization)

Ministry of Power, Govt. of India

NAGPUR-440 022.

 

Text Box: Employment Oriented Course on Operation & Maintenance of
TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
ANNOUNCE

 

Duration: 26 Weeks

 


WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN

The Indian Power Sector is growing very fast.  According to the Report of the Sub Group on Manpower Planning, expected manpower requirement in the Power Sector during Xth Plan would be around 2.30 lakhs.  Further, the amendment in the Indian Electricity Act, have paved the way for private Power Sector participation in Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution System.  This is a job oriented course of 26 weeks duration for those who desire to make a career in the Power Sector.  On successfully completion of this course the Graduate Engineers will find immense job opportunities and preference in employment with various power companies.

The main aim of the course is to develop a pool of technically trained manpower readily available for recruitment to the Indian Power Sector in the area of Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution Systems.

 

ABOUT THE COURSE

This is a unique course of 26 weeks duration being conducted for the first time in the country by NPTI.  The course covers training on Operation & Maintenance of Power Transmission & Distribution system, incorporating the recommendations of the Committee formed to prepare the syllabus to form part of the Electricity Act (Rule-3) to make training statutory in Transmission and Distribution, which is likely to be implemented in due course, in which case it will be added advantage for employment.

 

ELIGIBILITY

Bachelor of Engineering or equivalent in Electrical, Electronics, Computer and Power Engineering. Electrical Engineering preferred.

 

SELECTION CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION

Percentage of marks obtained in the final B.E. or equivalent examination.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Application form alongwith prospectus can be obtained from the Institute in person by paying cash or by post by sending A4 size self addressed envelope alongwith a Crossed Demand Draft for Rs. 100/- in favour of NPTI, payable at Nagpur.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

ISSUE OF PROSPECTUS: 27.12.04 to 27.01.05

LAST DATE OF RECEIPT OF FILLED UP APPLICATION: 27.01.05

COMMENCEMENT OF COURSE: 31.01.05

PROGRAMME DIRECTOR: Sh.P.K.YADAV, DEPUTY DIRECTOR,

NPTI, SOUTH AMBAZARI ROAD, OPP. VNIT GOPAL NAGAR, NAGPUR-440 022

Phone: 0712-2226176, 2236538, 2220476 Fax: 0712-2220413.

Email: nptiwr_ngp@sancharnet.in

Website: npti.nic.in


 

 

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