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National Power Training Institute

NPTI Neyveli

National Power Training Institute - Neyveli ( Tamil Nadu )

Facilities
Size
50 Acres
Accredited By
AICTE
Established Date
1965
Public
Type
Rs. 175000 - Rs. 230000
( Annually) Fees Range
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National Power Training Institute - NPTI Neyveli - NPTI

National Power Training Institute, Southern Region is one of the 9(Nine) Institutes under National Power Training Institute, a Registered Society functioning with the grant-in-aid from Ministry of Power, Government of India.National Power Training Institute, Southern Region, Neyveli is the very first Power Training Institute in the country. It was started in 1965 as Steam Power Station Personnel Training Institute later renamed as Thermal Power Station Personnel Training Institute under the erstwhile Central Water Power Commission.The objective of setting-up of this Training Institute was to provide a centralized facility for training the engineers of Thermal Power Stations which were coming up in the country during that time. Neyveli was chosen for setting up this Institute as six Thermal units of 300 MW were commissioned and units for another 300MW were under construction at that time at Neyveli as a turn-key project by Russians.Since consultancy for Neyveli Thermal Power Station was provided by Central Water Power Commission the Commission set up this training Institute at Neyveli for utilizing the expertise of M/s Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited Engineers in O&M of Thermal Power Stations to train the Engineers of other Electricity Boards which were also establishing large Thermal Generating units that time.The Institute has undergone many changes since 1965 and had continuous growth. With the bifurcation of Central Water Power Commission into Central Electricity Authority and Central Water Commission in seventies, the Institute came under Central Electricity Authority. In late 1970s the Raj Dekshya Committee set up by Government of India to improve Power Sector of the country, recommended among many things formal training for the personnel employed in the Power Industry. Accordingly the Indian Electricity Rule was amended and under Rule No.3, a clause has been brought in to make training mandatory for the personnel employed in the generating stations and associated sub stations.With this the Thermal Power Station Personnel training Institutes including the TPSPTI Neyveli under Central Electricity Authority were carved out and formed into a separate autonomous body under Ministry of Power as Power Engineers Training Society in 1980 to give more importance for Power Training and to have a accelerated growth of the Institutes. P.E.T.S was later renamed as National Power Training Institute (NPTI) in 1993.

Overview Courses

Pass percentage 87%
Percentage students passed first class 54%
Percentage students passed with distinction 23%
Eligibility For Transfer None
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Overview Campus

Area 50 Acres
Built up area 202400 Acres
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Overview Placement

NPTI(SR), Neyveli is having a Placement Cell. The main objective of this placement cell is to provide a bridge between potential employers and the trainees attending PGDC, GE Course & PDC. With the accelerated growth of the power industry most of the new companies are looking for right employees with right qualification.number of companies owning the Power Plants (IPP, CPP) found that employing people with this PGDC/PDC qualification gives lot of advantages compared to recruiting fresh graduates or diploma holders, as these persons can be deployed in active work immediately after employment without any plant training. Some of the companies who have recruited trainees from NPTI(SR), Neyveli include Vedanta, Essar, L&T, Jindal, Reliance Power, LANCO.NPTI(SR) Neyveli provides facilities for potential employers to conduct campus interview and select suitable candidates for their organistion.

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