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CONTENTS 
1.INDUSTRY PROFIL2.COMPANY PROFIL3.HR DEPARTMEN4.LITERATURE SURVEa)PMb)APPRAISAL SYSTEM c) CHANNEL OF PMS d)REDEPLOYMENT e)SLP 5.RESEARCH METHODOLOG6.QUESTIONNAIR7.FINDING & ANALYSIS 8.SUGGESTIO9. CONCLUSION 
 
 INDUSTRIAL PROFILE 
“HISTORY OF POWER SECTOR DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA
 Power Development 
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The electric power generation in India on a commercial basis is almost a century old, substantial power development efforts began only after independence. At the launch of the First FiveYear plan in1951, power generation was recognized as a major input for the country’s economicdevelopment and was accorded high priority. Power sector outlays have among the highest in successive Five Year Plans ever since. The two plans focused on hydropower (as component of multi-purpose projects). Subsequent plans emphasized on rapid installations of thermal power  stations. As a result of plan efforts, India’s installed power generation capacity grew to 16,664MW in 1974. However, assessment of the planned growth since 1951 indicated that with the unevendistribution of resources, power development with only states as spatial units would result in largeinter-state imbalances. This, and the need for quicker and greater capacity addition, led theGovernment Of India to assume a leading role in large-scale power generation as a matter of policyand, through an amendment of the Electricity (Supply) Act, National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd. (NTPC) and National Hydroelectric Power Corporation Ltd. (NHPC) were set in the central  sector to supplement the efforts of the states. Consequently, total installed capacity of power utilitieshas increased from 1,362 MW in 1947 to 1,04918MW in March 2002. Electricity generation, whichwas only about 4.1 billion units in 1947, has risen to 515 billion units in 2001-02.As on March 2002, the total installed capacity of utilities stood at 104918 MW. Most of thisinstalled capacity is under government control nearly 60% of the power generation capacity.Currently, the central government owns about 30% of the power generation capacity in the country,the majority of which is in the thermal sector. Of the total installed thermal capacity of 25366.50MW in central sector, NTPC’s share is 20092MW (76.61%).
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COMPANY PROFOLE 
“NTPC- An Integrated Power Major”  JOURNEY TOWARDS EXCELLENCE 
established in 1975, NTPC A Limited, a premier Public Sector Enterprise, is India’s largest power utility with an installed capacity of 27,904 MW through 26 power stations including stations operated under  Joint Venture Companies. NTPC has emerged as an Integrated Power Major with presence in Hydro Power, Coal mining, Oil & Gas exploration, Power Distribution &Trading and also plans to enter into Nuclear Power Development. NTPC plans tobecome a 50,000
MW
Company by 2012 and 75,000 MW plus company by 2017. TheCompany contributed 29.25% of the total electricity generated in the country during 2006-07 with 20.71% share of the total installed capacity of the nation including capacity and generation of Joint Venture Companies
 . STRATEGIC INITIATIVES 
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 NTPC has acquired 44.6% equity stake in Transformers & Electricals Kerala Ltd.(TELK) for manufacturing of Transformers. As part of globalization initiatives, NTPC  plans to construct and operate thermal power plants in overseas market. NTPC has signed an MOU with Nigeria for supply of LNG. NTPC in turn shall set & operate 500MW coal based and 700 MW gas based power plant in Nigeria. The company has also signed an MOU for setting up of a 500 MW coal based power plant in Sri Lanka.
 POWER PERFORMANCE (2006-07):
 A dividend of 32%. Highest ever generation of 188.674 billion units.
 Highest ever capacity utilization (PLF) of 89.43% in coal based power plants.
 Net profit after tax of Rs. 68.647 million.
 New national record559 days of uninterrupted running set by Unit #3 of Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Station.
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