About Training

Training: a Necessity

  • Power industry is a multi-disciplinary, highly capital intensive industry.
  • Human element is the most vital input of the Power Sector.
  • Power Generating Stations require technically trained manpower for project planning, implementation, erection, commissioning, testing, O&M including transmission and distribution of power.
  • No formal studies available in educational institutions can equip a person with knowledge of different inputs required for the job performance in Power Sector.
  • Special training becomes necessary for personnel at every level in the industry to keep abreast with rapidly advancing state of the-art in the power industry.
  • Power is basic input for Nation Building where fast Industrialization and development is essentially needed.
  • Training Methodology:

    To achieve the objectives of providing total concept of power plant training, different types of learning situations will have to be created/ organized.
    These are:-

  • Class room lectures for imparting formal, theoretical and technical knowledge.
  • Case studies/Group discussions.
  • Self-learning techniques, like computer based self-learning training packages etc.
  • Practical hands-on training in corrective maintenance methods and techniques.
  • Through simulation techniques and on-job training in Power Stations/Power Systems. The training methodology so adopted creates step by step environment for all round development of skills and knowledge of the participants.
  • Academic & Training programs:

    With its mission to emerge as global leaders in enhancing human and organizational excellence in Power and Energy Sectors by blending frontier Technologies with Management to facilitate HRD interventions that are instrumental in providing reliable, safe, economic and clean power, NPTI,HPTC Nangal is conducting various long-term, medium-term and short-term courses. Syllabus as per customised need based training programmes.


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