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National Power Training Institute An ISO 9001 : 2000 & ISO 14001 : 2004 Organization (Ministry of Power, Govt. of India) Sector-33, Faridabad-121003, Haryana.

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1 National Power Training Institute An ISO 9001 : 2000 & ISO : 2004 Organization (Ministry of Power, Govt. of India) Sector-33, Faridabad , Haryana (website: Salient Features of AICTE approved Courses Offered by NPTI Institutes B. Tech. (Power Engineering ) Durgapur

2 ABOUT NPTI National Power Training Institute (NPTI), an ISO 9001 & ISO organization, under Ministry of Power, Govt. of India is a National Apex body for Training and Human Resources Development in Power Sector with its Corporate Office at Faridabad. NPTI had been providing its dedicated service for more than four decades. NPTI operates on an all India basis through its nine Institutes in different zones of the country as per details below:- Northern Region: 1. NPTI Corporate Office, Faridabad 2. NPTI (Northern Region), Badarpur, New Delhi 3. NPTI (Hydro Power Training Centre), Nangal

3 Southern Region: 4. NPTI (Power System Training Institute), Bengaluru 5. NPTI (Hot Line Training Centre), Bengaluru 6. NPTI (Southern Region), Neyveli Eastern & North Eastern Region: 7. NPTI (Eastern Region), Durgapur 8. NPTI (North Eastern Region), Guwahati Western Region: 9. NPTI (Western Region), Nagpur NPTI conducts following industry-interfaced academic programs with the objective to create a pool of committed and competent professionals equipped with appropriate technical skills to steer the Indian Power Sector.

4 NPTI cherishes a vision of value orientation and value addition to national and transnational power and energy sectors through training and human resources development endeavouring to energize people who energize the nations

5 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

6 OBJECTIVES Primary objectives: To function as a National Organization for training in the field of - (a) Operation and Maintenance of Power Stations; and (b) All other aspects of Electrical Energy Systems including Transmission, Sub-Transmission and Distribution. To act as an apex body for initiating and coordinating training programs in the Power Sector of the country. To establish and run Training Institutes for Engineers, Operators, Technicians and other personnel of the Power Sector. Subsidiary objectives: To identify and assess the training needs of the Power Sector in the country. To coordinate the training activities of the various Utilities with those of other Technical Training Institutions and supplement it with the training programs of its own Institutes.

7 To establish standard norms regarding qualifications and training for personnel of various levels. To serve as a National Certification Authority for the purpose of Certification of Competence and/or participation to ensure availability of properly trained personnel to man the Electricity Supply Industry. To initiate, conduct and coordinate the research and development studies in the field of Operation, Maintenance and Management of Power Generation and Transmission Systems and to prepare and conduct specialized training programs thereof. To establish, maintain and manage laboratories, workshops, experimental transmission lines, sub-stations and other facilities required in pursuance of its objectives. To collect information and maintain documentation in the field of electricity generation and distribution. To collect, prepare, edit, print and publish material, papers, periodicals or reports in furtherance of the objectives of the Society. To organize seminars and workshops. To enter into agreement with any enterprise or institution or person and provide funds to them for specific training programs, demonstrations, assignments, preparation of training material or technical guidance. OBJECTIVES

8 AICTE APPROVED COURSES COURSENPTI REGIONDURA TION YEAR OF ESTAB LISH MENT NUMBER OF BATHCES GRADU ATED MBA (Power Management ) Corporate Office, Faridabad 2 Years2002Nine (9) B.Tech. (Power Engineering ) Northern Region - Badarpur, New Delhi 4 Years2001Eight (8) B.Tech. (Power Engineering ) Eastern Region - Durgapur 4 Years2002Seven (7) B.E. (Power Engineering ) Western Region – Nagpur 4 Years2001Eight (8)

9 9 Eligibility  He / She should have passed the 10+2 (WBCHSE or equivalent Board) examination with English, Chemistry, Maths and Physics with at least 45 % marks. In case of Lateral Entry, he/she should have passed Diploma in Electrical/Mechanical Engg from any approved Polytechnic college with at least 50% marks. Selection Criteria  He / She has to qualify in the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination or AIEEE of the year of admission. For lateral entry admission, the student should have qualified JELET Entrance Examination.

10 10 Admission Rank Sl. No. Category Starting Rank Closing Rank Starting Rank Closing Rank Starting Rank Closing Rank 1.General SC/ST AIEEE TFW*Not started * TFW- Tuition fee Waiver Scheme

11 11 1.Tuition Fee (per semester): University Dev. Fee (one time): 2200 (to be paid to the university) 3.Admission Fee (one time): Caution Deposit (refundable): Hostel Rent (per semester): Examination Fee (per semester): 1000 (to be paid to the university) 5. University Registration Fee (one time) : 400 (to be paid to the university) 6. Prospectus : 500

12 12 Program Structure: Four Year Full time course divided into 8 semesters. The Curriculum is designed to impart General Engineering and Power Sector specific subjects approx. in the ratio of 40:60. In the first and second year of the course, students are offered subjects common to other streams of Engineering. In the third and fourth year, the students take compulsory specialized courses in the area of Power Engineering. In addition to this, they have to opt for electives covering various specific courses related to Power Engineering.

13 13 Semester 1: Theory 1.Engineering Mathematics-I 2.Engineering Chemistry 3.English Language & Communication 4.Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering-I 5.Engineering Mechanics Practical 1.Engineering Chemistry Lab 2.Engineering Graphics Lab 3.Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab 4.English Language Communication Lab

14 14 Semester-2 Theory 1.Basic Computation & Principles of Computer Programming 2.Physics-I 3.Mathematics-II 4.Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering-II 5.Engineering Thermodynamics & Fluid Mechanics Practical 1. Physics –I Lab 2.Workshop Practical 3.Basic Computing Lab 4.Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering-II Lab

15 15 Semester 3 Theory 1.Numerical Methods 2.Mathematics-3 3.Strength of Materials 4.Engineering Materials. 5.Applied Thermodynamics 6.Electric Circuit Theory Practical 1.Numerical Methods Lab 2.Electric Circuit Theory Lab 3.Engineering Materials Lab 4.Strength of Materials Lab

16 16 Semester-4 Theory 1.Values & Ethics in Profession 2.Physics-II 3.Basic Environmental Engineering & Biology 4.Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines 5.Electrical & Electronic Measurement Practical 1.Physics -II Lab 2.Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines Lab 3.Electrical & Electronic Measurement Lab

17 17 Semester-5 Theory 1. Economics for Engineers 2. Electrical Machines 3. Heat Transfer 4. Nuclear & Advance Power Generation Technology 5.Hydro & Renewable Power Generation 6.Elective-I a. Refrigeration & Air-conditioning b. Microprocessor & Digital Electronics Practical 1. Electrical Machines Lab 2. Heat Transfer Lab 3. Refrigeration lab 4. Microprocessor & Digital Electronics Lab

18 18 Semester-6 Theory 1. Principles of Management 2. Steam Generator & its Auxiliaries 3. Steam Turbine & its Auxiliaries 4.Electrical Equipment in Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution 5.IC Engines and Gas Turbines 6.Elective-II a. Theory of Machines b. Power Electronics Practical 1.Combustion Lab Sessional 1.Study of Power Plant & T&D Schemes 2.Seminar (on any topic relevant to Power System)

19 19 Semester 7 Theory 1. Thermal Power Plant Operation and Management 2. Control & Instrumentation 3. Electrical Protection System 4. Power System Operation 5. Elective-III a. Workshop Technology b. Electric Drives Practical 1. Electrical Protection Lab 2. Control & Instrumentation Lab Sessional 1.Industrial Training (after 6 th semester) Evaluation 2.Project-I (on any topic relevant to the Power Engineering)

20 20 Semester-8 Theory 1. Energy conservation and Energy Audit 2. Elective-IV a. Tribology & Condition Based Maintenance b. High Voltage Engineering 3. Elective –V a. Design of Mechanical Equipments b. Design of Electrical Equipments Sessional 1.Project-II 2. Seminar (on any topic relevant to Power system) 3. Viva-Voce

21 Course Profile The four year course of B.Tech (Power Engineering ) constitutes Class Room Lectures, Laboratory Sessions, Seminars, Group Discussions, Presentations, Assignments, Summer Vocational Training, Power Plant Scheme Tracing etc. Assessment  Internal Assessment by Faculty:30 Marks  Class Test:15 Marks (Best of 2 Tests)  Quiz / Assignment:10 Marks  Attendance(75% Compulsory):05 Marks  External Exam. conducted by University: 70 Marks 21

22 Infrastructural Facilities 22  The institute has its own campus spread over 9.5 acres  04 Number AC Class Rooms Complete with LCD Projection Systems supported by Audio System  04 Number non-AC classrooms  One Board Room  100 Seater AC Seminar Hall  60 Seater AC Conference Hall  Separate Hostels for boys and girls  Sports facilities such as Badminton, Basket Ball, Volley Ball and Table Tennis etc.  Fully equipped Gymnasium with Coach (Separate Gymnasium for ladies)

23 OTHER ACTIVITIES Industrial Visits  Visits to Thermal Power Plants  Visits to Hydro electric Power Plants  Visits to Load Despatch Centers  Visits to Sub Stations  Visits to allied industries Cultural Activities  Fresher's Day Celebrations  Cricket, Volleyball, Football tournaments.  Technical Fest  Cultural Fest 23

24 24 S. No.Name of CompanyS. No.Name of Company 1 VEDANTA 8PCBL 2 THERMAX 9JINDAL STAINLESS STEEL 3 ESL (BOKARO)10IMFA 4 ESSAR POWER11LAN CO 5 ADANI POWER12CESC 6 AMBUJA CEMENT13ADHUNIC POWER 7AVITECH ENERCON14WARTSILA Highest Package offered : Rs. 3.5 lacs Average Package : Rs. 2.5 lacs Min. Package : Rs. 1.5 lacs

25 25 S.No.Name of CompanyS. No.Name of Company 1 PCBL9ALSTOM 2 THERMAX10AMBUJA CEMENT 3 JSL11SIDCL 4 ACC12WATSILA 5 TATA POWER13ESSAR POWER 6 JAI BALAJI14ADANI POWER 7 EMERSON POWER15USHA MARTIN 8 LANCO POWER16ARYAN POWER Highest Package offered: Rs.4.5 Lacs Average Package: Rs.3.0 Lacs Min. Package : Rs.1.5 Lacs

26 26 S. No.Name of CompanyS. No.Name of Company 1 DCPL6 ADANI POWER 2 THERMAX7WARTSILA 3 ALSTOM8BALCO 4 PCBL9EMERSON POWER 5 HINDALCO10ABHIJIT POWER Highest Package offered : Rs.4.5 lacs Average Package till : Rs.3.10 lacs Min Package : Rs.1.8 lacs

27 27 Year of passingMaximum Rs. In lakhs Minimum Rs.In lakhs Average Rs. In lakhs th batch ( ) th batch ( ) th batch ( )

28 28 Year of Passing Total No. of Students No. of Students Placed % age of Students Placed th batch ( ) th batch ( ) th batch ( )

29 29 Library Books Details : Library Facilities : ProgrammeTitlesVolumesInternat ional Journals National Journals E- Journals Power Engineering Working Hrs.E-Journals Subscription Area in sqm Reading Room Capacity 9.30 am to 6.00 pm J-Gate18075

30 30 Computer Lab: Number of PC’s60 Legal System Software1.Window XP Operating System 2.Window 7 Operating System 3.Windows Vista Legal Application Software1.MS Office 2.Adobe Photo Shop 3.Flash 4.Visual Studio 5.Auto CAD 6.Mi-Power 7.ORELL Language software 8.Matlab 7.0 Internet Bandwidth1.BSNL-2 Mbps 2.NKN-20 Mbps

31 31 Name of In-house Faculty DesignationQualifications Mr. M.R. ChaubeyPrincipal Director B.E. ( Mechanical Engg) Mr. S.K. BoseDirector A.M.I..E, M.Tech, MBA Mr. V. KumarDeputy Director M. Tech. (C&I) Mr. S.K.SrivastavaDeputy Director B.Tech. (Electrical Engg), MBA Mr. D. PanditDeputy Director B.E. ( Mechanical) Mr. C. BhattacharyaDeputy Director M.Tech. ( Mechanical)

32 32 Ms. A. IndiraAssistant Director M.Tech. (Industrial Electrical Systems) Mr. Sanjay KumarAssistant DirectorB.E. (Mechanical Engg) Mr. A. PathakAssistant DirectorM.Tech. (Mechanical Engg) Ms. Sudipta DasContract FacultyM.Sc, M.Phil. In Radiological Physics Dr. Sukalpa DeyContract FacultyPhD (Chemistry) Mr. Nilanjan TewariContract Faculty M.Tech.(Industrial Electrical Systems) Mrs. R. SenContract FacultyM.Tech. ( C&I) Ms. S. ChakravartyContract FacultyM.A. (English) Ms. Atasi GhosalContract FacultyM.Sc. (Maths)

33 33 Visiting Faculty Dr. B.K.SinhaEx- Director, CMERI B.E. M.Tech, Ph.D. Mr. N.N.Basu Visiting Faculty M.Tech. (Mech. Engg) Mr. B.K.KhanVisiting FacultyM.Tech. ( Mech Engg) Mr. L.K.MallikVisiting FacultyM.Tech ( Mech Engg) Mr. T. Bandopadhyay Ex- Chief Engineer, FCI B.E. ( C&I) Mr. P.K. GhosalSCE (Retd), DPL Mr. Binod RoyVisiting FacultyM. Com

34 34 Visiting Faculty Mr. G.K.PalVisiting Faculty M.Tech. (Mech. Engg) Mr. K.C.SahaVisiting FacultyB.E (Mech. Engg) Ms. Saheli MazumdarVisiting FacultyB.Tech. Mrs. Paramita GhoshVisiting Faculty M.Tech. (Computer Science)


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