NTPC Continues to Promote Higher Education ,Signs MoU with IIT for ….

NTPC Continues to Promote Higher Education

                                                                         Signs MoU with IIT for M Tech programme for employees

To encourage its employees acquire higher qualification, develop research skills and enable them accomplish scientific studies for the development in energy sector, NTPC Limited, a Maharatna Company inked MoU with the premier academic institute, IIT Delhi on 19 June, 2012. The MoU was signed by Shri S P Singh, Director (HR), NTPC and Prof. R K Shevgaonkar, Director, IIT Delhi in presence of Shri. D K Agrawal, ED (NETRA), NTPC and other senior officials of both the organizations. With this, NTPC plans to give prestigious M.Tech. program in selected domains to two more batches of 10 Engineers each.

 Power Management Institute, the apex learning centre of NTPC has been playing a pivotal role in successful conduct of M.Tech. course at IIT Delhi.  Since its launch in 1998, 255 NTPC Engineers have already been awarded M.Tech. from IIT Delhi through this initiative.  This is one of the initiatives of the HR policy of NTPC towards the organizational competence building and has been instrumental in building a talent pipeline for the organization.

NTPC is the largest power utility of the country having total installed capacity of  39174 MW, with 16 coal based, 7 gas based power stations and 7 joint venture / subsidiary power projects located across India.  NTPC is currently working on over 14000 MW new capacity and plans to become 128,000 MW plus company by 2032.

 

 

Photo caption: Shri S P Singh, Director (HR), NTPC and Prof. R K Shevgaonkar, Director, IIT Delhi signed MoU to encourage NTPC employees acquire higher qualification, develop research skills and enable themselves to  accomplish scientific studies for the development in energy sector. The MoU was signed   in the  presence of Shri. D K Agrawal, ED (NETRA), NTPC and other senior officials of both the organizations. With this, NTPC plans to give prestigious M.Tech. program in selected domains to two more batches of 10 Engineer each.