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A REPORT

ON
“INPLANT TRAINING”

undertaken at
BIHAR STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD
PATNA

Under the guidance of


Er. Raj nath singh(G.M cum C.E,pesu,patna)
Er. Narendra kumar(electrical executive engg.,danapur)
Er. Mohammad islam(assistant engg.,danapur)

Submitted by:
Sandeep kumar
b.tech(3rd year)
electrical engineering
g.b. pant engineering college,pauri-garhwal
(uttarakhand technical university,dehradoon)
BIHAR STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD
Vidyut bhawan,bailey road,patna-800 001
COMPLETION CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that Mr. sandeep kumar, (B.E II yr, Electrical


Engineering) from G. B. Pant Engineering College, Pauri-Garhwal
(Affiliated to uttarakhand technical University,dehradoon) has
successfully completed the “inplant training” as a summer trainee at
Bihar state electricity board(BSEB),patna, during the period 27th
June’2008 to 25th july’2008.

The Training has been completed under the guidence of Er. Mohammad
islam(A.E).

he has done an excellent job and was sincere during his training period.

DATE: 25th july’2008

INSTRUCTOR SUPERVISOR

Er. Mohammad islam Er. Sunil kumar


assistant engineer, junior engineer,danapur
danapur,patna patna
Contents
BSEB,PATNA
 BSEB-AT A GLANCE
 BSEB: AN OVERVIEW
♦ POWER BULLETIN
♦ ENERGY BILLING AND REVENUE
MONITORING
♦ POWER GENERATION STATUS
♦ PRIMARY TRANSMISSION LINE
♦ PRESENT STATUS OF RURAL
ELECTRIFICATION
♦ ONGOING PROJECTS
33/11 KV SUB-STATION,
DANPUR(PATNA)
♦ INTRODUCTION
♦ DESIGN AND LAYOUT
♦ ELEMENTS OF SUB-STATION
♦ SPECIFICATION
CABBLE PREPARATION
 HEAT SHRINKABLE CABLE TERMINATIONS FOR
♦ 33 KV SCREENED
♦ 3 CORE
♦ XLPE INSULATED CABLE WITH STEEL TAPE/WIRE
ARMOUR
TRANSFORMER
BSEB – At A Glance
Bihar State Electricity Board was constituted under section 5 of the
Electricity Supply Act, 1948 vide Bihar Government's Notification No.
2884 - A/AI-121/57 dated 25th March, 1958 with effect from 1st
April, 1958. The Board was given the responsibility of promoting
coordinated development of Generation, Transmission and
Distribution of Electricity in the State in an efficient and economic
manner.
Structure
The Chairman heads the Bihar State Electricity Board and there are
posts of Member Administration, Member Finance, Member
Generation, Member Transmission and Member Distribution.
At the zonal level, work is supervised by General Managers-cum-Chief
Engineers. A Chief Engineer is assisted by Suptd. Engineers,
Executive Engineers, Assistant Engineers and Junior Engineers. All in
all, as on today, there are more than 16,550 employees working with
BSEB.
BSEB: An Overview
The duties of the Board have been defined in Section 18 of the
Electricity Supply Act, 1948. It has been charged with the
responsibility of promoting a co-ordinated development of generation,
supply and distribution of electricity in the State of Bihar on an
efficient and economic basis of management.

Though BSEB deals in only one product, i.e., electrical power, its
significance and utility value is enormous for the State. Almost all
aspects of modern life-style are dependent on it in one way or
another.
In order to ensure that its responsibilities are discharged effectively
and efficiently, the Board has engaged nearly 1,700 officer and
14,850 staffs on various posts to generate its own power and to
maintain proper distribution system. It arranges to supply the
electricity properly to the consumers and maintain their equipments.

The responsibility of catering to entire state means BSEB must always


be able to understand present as well as future trends of power
consumption. It has to formulate and implement schemes for power
generation so that growth in demand can be met successfully in time.
Sometimes, it also becomes necessary for BSEB to purchase power
from outside agencies in order to meet the local demand.
As on today, the installed generating capacity of BSEB in terms of its
Thermal and Hydro-Electrical plants, exceeds 559.2 MW.
The Board has its full-fledged Accounts and Audit Department for
proper keep-up of its financial transaction as also to ensure efficient
financial management on the commercial line.

The Board has also its personnel wing to safeguard the interest of all
its employees. The bio-data and service records of the employee have
been computerized at Board's Headquarters.

The entire organization of the Bihar State Electricity Board has been
set up keeping in view the functions entrusted to it i.e., coordinated
development of generation, transmission and distribution of electricity
in the State.

Power Bulletin
Supply of Electricity in Bihar is organized under 7 Area Boards. This
page will be used to display most up-to-date power availability
position in near future.
Pesu

Patna

Central

Arrah, Bhabhua, Buxar, Nalanda, Sasaram.


Magadh

Auragabad, Gaya, Jehanabad, Nawadah.

Bhagalpur

Banka, Bhagalpur, Jamui, Lakhisarai, Monghyr, Sheikhpura.

Tirhut

Bettiah, Chapra, Motihari, Gopalganj, Muzaffarpur, Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Siwan,


Vaishali.

Mithila

Begusarai, Darbhanga, Madhubani, Samastipur.

Koshi

Araria, Katihar, Khagaria, Kishanganj, Madhepura, Purnea, Saharsa, Supaul

Energy Billing and Revenue Monitoring

For all round growth of any state, the role of Power Sector is a
critical one. Only by assuring supply of adequate and reliable
electrical power, a state can hope to develop industrial and
agricultural base for economic growth.
To cater to the present as well as future requirements of this state,
BSEB is also required to formulate and give concrete shape to various
power distribution and transmission schemes by which electricity can
be made available to both urban, as well as, rural areas.
The job does not get over at this stage itself !
BSEB now must also assure that all dues from its customers, whether
HT or LT category, get collected on time. It is this particular aspect of
correct Energy Billing, Revenue Collection and Monitoring that
prompted adaptation and wide-spread deployment of IT Tools within
BSEB.
BSEB consumers within the State Capital would have already seen all
cash collection counters being completely computerized and an
improvement in the accuracy of their energy bills.
The solution developed and implemented with the help of National
Informatics Center, Govt. of India is known as Revenue Manager
2000 and it runs on Oracle 8i RDBMS. The front-end of Revenue
Manager 2000 has been built using Developer 2000 and it has been
extensively tested across 10 divisions within the State Capital. Today,
there are 30 collection counters of BSEB in Patna that are providing
better billing and revenue collection facility to approximately 2,50,000
energy consumers. Completely automated accounting facility, as
provided by Revenue Manager 2000, has helped reduce billing cycle
to just one month and this allows for better cash flow scenario for a
capital intensive organization like Bihar State Electricity Board.
There are 9 other Area Boards of BSEB across Bihar where this type
computerized solution will soon be implemented to help improve
billing accuracy and cash collection facility to large number of energy
consumers.
The advantage of Billing and Cash Collection database running on a
robust and stable platform like Oracle has now been extended by its
integration with the world wide web. This web site that you are
viewing presently uses the same database to serve you in several
ways. For example, consumer grievance redressal forum, tender
publication, power bulletin status, etc. are all operating on Oracle for
total integrity and maximum uptime.
Very soon, this database would be linked to banks like - ICICI, IDBI,
etc. to allow an energy consumer to pay electricity bills using online
payment model.

Power Generation Status

1. Barauni Thermal Power Station

Unit Capacity Date of Present Status


No. (in Commissioning
MW)

1. 15 MW 26/01/1966 Retired on Due to


16/02/1983 uneconomical
2. 15 MW 16/01/1963 Retired on operation
26/11/1985

3. 15 MW 20/10/1963 Retired on
05/10/1985

4. 50 MW 09/11/1969 Under shut down since 24/04/1996.

5. 50 MW 01/12/1971 Under shut down since 15/03/1995.

6. 110/105 01/12/1984 In Operation


Intermittently
7. 110/105 31/03/2005 In Operation

Total 320/310 -- -- --

Unit No. 1, 2 and 3 (3x15 MW) of this station were declared retired
between 1983-85 due to uneconomical operation. Sale of these units
on as is where is basis is under process by S&P Dept.

Unit No. 4 & 5 (2x50 MW) are of (Polish-make) and are under shut
down since 1996 & 1995 respectively due to pollution problem as well
as for refurbishment.
The Planning Commission has identified these units for renovation &
modernization in 10th Plan, accordingly a team of experts (Engineer)
from NTPC, CEA and BSEB visited the site, completed their viability
study and observed/opined that both the units would be viable, after
completion of R&M. The committee recommends Unit No. 5 for
immediate restoration, as its Turbine is new one, while the Unit No. 4
was recommended for RLA/R&M works.
The action is being initiated for revival of these units in consultation
with our consultant M/s NTPC (Appointed by the Board). A sum of Rs.
200 Crore (approx) is estimated to be spent on it, which will be
proposed to be met by Rastriya Sam Vikash Yojna. After completion
of R&M works 100 MW power shall be available at 80% P.L.F.
Unit No. 6 & 7 (2x110 MW) are of BHEL-make and are operating at
30/35 MW intermittently and badly need restoration, RLA and R&M
works. The schedule maintenance/capital maintenance of the units
could not be carried out in time due to pressing demand of electricity
and non-availability of fund. Units have over worked under such non-
congenial operating conditions, which have further deteriorated units
conditions.
For improvement in Generation, in the light of the recommendation of
Planning Commission M/s BHEL has been appointed as executing
agency for carrying out RLA and R&M/LE works under the supervision
of N.T.P.C. A sum of Rs. 221 Crore is estimated to spent on the above
work, which will be met by Rastriya Sam Vikash Yojna. L.O.I. for the
above work has already been placed on BHEL & NTPC.

2. Muzaffarpur Thermal Power Station

Unit Capacity Date of Present Status


No. (in MW) Commissioning

1. 110 31/03/1985 Both have been shut down since October,


2003 due to higher oil consumption
2. 110 17/03/1986 resulting in high cost of generation.

Total 220 -- --

Both the BHEL make units are under shut down since October-03 due
higher oil consumption causing high Generation Cost. Timely schedule
and capital maintenance of both the units were not taken up in the
past due to paucity of fund as well as pressing demand of electricity.
Unit condition is too bad to operate.
In the light of recommendation of Planning Commission to improve
the power Generation scenario M/s BHEL has been appointed as
executing agency to carry out RLA and R&M/LE works of M.T.P.S.
Units also, in supervision of N.T.P.C. at an estimated cost of 222
Crore to be met by R.S.V.Y. L.O.I. has already been placed on BHEL.
Approval of Govt. of Bihar has already been communicated to
Planning Commission for Rs. 506.20 Crore for R&M works of Unit
No.1&2 of MTPS and Unit No.6&7 of BTPS. (249.1 Crore for MTPS and
257.10 Crore for BTPS).
But due to non-availability of fund M/s BHEL have not taken up the
work till day. Diversion of fund to executing agency is still awaited. In
the mean time, no new project have been added to increase our
Generation. Few projects have been identified and are under
consideration for their implementation.

3. Koshi Hydel Power Station

Unit Capacity Date of Present Status


No. (in MW) Commissioning

1. 4.8 April, 1970


Koshi Hydel Power Station has been
2. 4.8 March, 1971 handed over to Bihar State Hydel Power
Corporation on 16/11/2003.
3. 4.8 October, 1973
4. 4.8 October, 1978

Total 19.2 -- --

Thus, the total installed capacity of BSEB as on 1/02/2006 is


320+220 = 540 MW. The derated capacity comes to just 530 MW.
Primary Transmission Lines

SL Name of Line SC/DC Length (Kms)

A 400 K.V. Line

1 Biharsharif - Kodarma Border SC 75.00

Total 75.00

B 220 K.V. Line

1 Biharsharif to Fatuha DC 80.00

2 Biharsharif to Bodh Gaya DC 160.00

3 Bodh Gaya to Patratu Thermal Power Station DC 78.00


(Under Bihar)

4 Bodh Gaya to Patratu Thermal Power Station SC 42.00


(Under Bihar)

5 Mugalsarai to Dehri SC 92.00

6 Fatuha to Muzaffarpur Thermal Power Station SC 125.00

7 Link line at Biharsharif (TTPS - Biharshariff) SC 2.00

8 Link line for Gaighat Sub-station SC 9.00

9 Fatuha to Khagaul DC 35.00

10 Biharsharif to Begusarai DC 150.00

11 Begusarai to Purnia ( Kursela river crossing) SC 4.02

12 Bodhgaya - Dehri-on-Sone DC 180.00

Total 957.02

C 132 K.V. Line

1 Biharsharif to Fatuha SC 55.00

2 Fatuha to Patna SC 25.00


3 Patna to Jehanabad SC 44.80

4 Jahanabad to Gaya SC 48.00

5 Dehri to Dumaraon SC 89.60

6 Dumaraon to Arrah SC 60.00

7 Biharsharif to Hathidah DC 130.00

8 Lakhisarai to Jamui SC 35.00

9 Hathidah to Sheikhpura SC 28.00

10 Hathidah to Lakhisarai SC 28.00

11 Link line at Lakhisarai DC 3.40

12 Nawada to Bodh Gaya SC 56.00

13 Lakhisarai to Jamalpur SC 45.00

14 Jamalpur to Sultanganj SC 38.00

15 Biharsharif to Barahi SC 142.00

16 Biharsharif - Baripahari (Linkline) DC 10.00

17 Rafiganj G/S/S to T/S/S Rafiganj DC 9.20

18 Link line at Jehanabad SC 2.00

19 Patna to Gaya SC 92.80

20 Sonenagar to Japla Border of Sone Nagar Pipari DC 358.00


Trans. Line

21 Sultanganj to Deoghar (Under Bihar) SC 65.00

22 Lalmatiya to Sultanganj SC 69.00

23 BodhGaya to Paharpur DC 65.02

24 Dehri to Karmnasa DC 86.00

25 Chandauti to Sonenagar DC 152.00

26 Chandauti to BodhGaya CKT I & II DC 32.00

27 Chandauti to BodhGaya CKT III & IV DC 28.00

28 Dehri to Banjari SC 38.00

29 Mathurapur to R.I. Dalmianagar SC 9.00

30 Purnia to Saharsa SC 101.20


31 Purnia to Dalkola SC 44.00

32 Purnia to Katihar SC 29.00

33 Purnia to Birpur SC 120.00

34 Purnia to N.H.P.C. DC 2.00

35 B.T.P.S to H.F.C. SC 2.00

36 B.T.P.S to Khagaria SC 50.00

37 Khagaria to Purnea SC 147.50

38 Link line at Khagaria SC 5.00

39 Sonenagar to Japla Border DC 156.00

40 Ramnaar to Surajpura/Valmikinagar LILO SC 4.00

41 Sabour to Sultanganj SC 35.00

42 Surajpura to Ramnagar SC 77.77

43 Ramnagar to Bettiah SC 41.50

44 Bettiah to Motihari SC 45.00

45 Motihari to M.T.P.S. SC 70.00

46 M.T.P.S to Muzaffarpur SC 15.50

47 M.T.P.S to Muzaffarpur SC 16.27

48 M.T.P.S to Samastipur DC 170.40

49 Samastipur to Chapra SC 110.00

50 Chapra to Siwan SC 70.00

51 Samastipur to Pandaul SC 62.00

52 Samastipur to B.T.P.S. DC 134.40

53 Muzaffarpur to Sitamarhi SC 65.00

54 Tapping at Hajipur SC 1.00

55 B.T.P.S to Hathidah (Cable) DC 14.00

56 Samhauta KCL Link line at Banjari SC 1.35

57 Link line for Rajgir Sub-station SC 14.00

58 Kataiya - Duhabi SC 3.50


60 B.T.P.S to Naugachiya SC 134.00

61 Naugachiya to Purnea Link Line. SC 63.50

Total 3,648.71

CAPACITY OF TRANSFORMERS IN GRID SUB-STATION

132KV and above:

SL Sub-Station Voltage Transformers Nos. Capacity


Ratio (MVA) (MVA)

A 220 kV. Grid Sub-Station

1 Bodh Gaya 220/132 150 3 450

2 Dehri - on-Sone 220/132 100 1 150

220/132 50 1

3 Biharsharif 220/132 150 2 300

4 Fatuha 220/132 100 2 200

5 Khagaul 220/132 100 2 200

Total 11 1300

B 132 kV. Grid Sub-Station

1 Chandauti 132/33 20 2 40

132/33 15 1 15

132/25 12.5 2 25

2 Bodh Gaya 132/33 20 2 40

3 Sonenagar 132/33 50 1 50

132/33 25 1 25

132/25 20 1 20

132/25 13.5 1 13.5

4 Karmnasa 1

132/33 20 2 40

132/25 20 1 20

132/25 12.5 1 12.5


5 Jehanabad 132/33 20 1 20

6 Rafiganj 132/33 20 2 40

7 Dehri-on-sone 132/33 20 1 20

132/33 50 1 50

8 Biharsharif (Baripahari) 132/33 20+50 2 70

9 Hathidah 132/33 20 1 20

132/33 9.4 1 9.4

10 Lakhisarai 132/33 20 2 40

11 Jamui 132/33 20+10 2 30

12 Sheikhpura 132/33 10 1 10

13 Nawada 132/33 20 2 40

14 Jamalpur 132/33 20 2 40

15 Sultanganj 132/33 7.5 1 7.5

20 1 20

16 Sabour 132/33 20 3 60

17 Dumraon 132/33 20 2 40

18 Arrah 132/33 20 2 40

19 Patna (Jakkanpur) 132/33 50 2 100

132/33 15 1 15

132/33 20 1 20

20 Khagaual 132/33 50 3 150

21 Fatuha 132/33 20 3 60

22 Mithapur 132/33 50 2 100

23 Purnia 132/33 20 3 60

24 Saharsa 132/33 20 1 20

25 Khagaria 132/33 20 1 20

132/33 10 1 10

26 Naugachhia 132/33 20 1 20
132/33 10 1 10

27 Muzaffarpur 132/33 50 2 100

28 Sitamarhi 132/33 20 2 40

29 Samastipur 132/33 20 2 40

30 Pandaul 132/33 20 2 40

31 Hajipur 132/33 20 2 40

32 Chapra 132/33 20 1 20

132/33 12.5 1 12.5

33 Siwan 132/33 20 2 40

34 Motihari 132/33 20 2 40

132/33 12.5 1 12.5

35 Bettiah 132/33 20 1 20

36 Ramnagar 132/33 20 1 20

37 Kataiya 132/33 20 2 40

38 Rajgir (Defective) 132/33 20 1 20

39 Gaighat 132/33 50 1 50

132/33 20 1 20

40 Samhauta (Banjari) 132/33 20 1 20

41 Darbhanga 132/33 20 2 40

42 Katihar 132/33 20 2 40

43 Kahalgaon 132/33 20 1 20

44 Belaganj 132/33 10 1 10

Total 94 2127.9

Present Status of Rural Electrification


Achievements during last four years under Rural Electrification Schemes
Village Electrification

SL Name of Scheme Target 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05


1 State Plan 25,287 957 1,119 1,224 750
(Rehabilitation)
2 PMGY 1,186 Nil 51 80 98

3 MNP 475 Nil 13 44 25

4 BADP 161 41 33 51 Nil

5 TAL-DIARA 200 Nil 17 15 Nil

6 Through PGCIL - 2,378 - - - 137


Muzaffarpur and
Vaishali Districts

Kutir-Jyoti Connection:

SL Connections Released during the Year Numbers


1 2001~2002 52,905
2 2002~2003 89,975
3 2003~2004 32,137
4 2004~2005 56,337

Achievement under APDRP Scheme

APDRP Schemes:

SL Name of Scheme Scope Up to Jan, 2006


1 New 33/11 KV 38 Nos 5 Nos.
2 R&M of 33/11 KV 200 Nos 122 Nos.
3 New 33 KV Line 703 Kms 55 Kms
4 New 11 KV Line 397 Kms 18 Kms
5 Re-conductoring of 33 & 11 KV Line 5,211 Kms 1,890 Kms
6 New DT 1,919 Nos 234 Nos.

7 R&M of DT 8,666 Set -Nil-

8 3-Phase Consumer Meter (Powergrid) 11,265 -Nil-

9 1-Phase Consumer Meter (Powergrid) 2,12,006 81,847 supplied


6,000 installed

10 3-Phase Consumer Meter (BSEB) 58,700 35,000 inspected


6,000 supplied
11 1-Phase Consumer Meter (BSEB) 2,46,300 1,83,490 installed

Rashtriya Sam-Vikas Yojna: Phase-I

SL Name of Scheme Associated Transmission Line Remarks


1 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Dehri-Karmnasa Operational.
New Bhabhua Line at Bhabhua
Substation
2 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Dehri-Dumraon Power-Flow
New Bikramganj Line at Bikramganj started.
Substation
3 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Dehri-Kudra- Load-Flow
New Sasaram Karmnasa Line at Sasaram started.
Substation
4 132/33 KV 132 KV Khagaul-Bihta Operational.
New Bihta Substation
5 132/33 KV 132 KV Sabour-Banka Power-Flow
New Banka Substation started.
6 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Biharsharif- Power-Flow
New Barh Substation Hathidah Line at Barh started.

Ongoing short and long-term projects


For improvement of transmission and distribution of power in the State of Bihar

Rashtriya Sam-Vikas Yojna: Phase-I (Sub-Transmission Schemes)

SL Name of Scheme Total Scope Present Status


1 220/132 KV GSS 2 Gopalganj: March'2006
Darbhanga: March'2006
2 132/33 KV GSS 15 Bhabhua, Bihta, Sasaram, Barh,
Banka, Bikramganj, GSS are
availing power.
Vaishali: Control room &
Downlinking arrangement under
progress. Quarters at GSS yet to be
completed.
Jainagar, Dhaka: March,2006
Madhubani: March,2006
Supaul: March, 2006
Sheetalpur: March’2006
3 33/11 KV PSS 1 Complete down-linking
arrangement under progress.

4 220 KV Line (2 Nos.) 168 Kms -


5 132 KV Line (19 Nos.) 705 Kms -

6 33 KV Line (1 Nos.) 43 Kms -

STRENGTHENING OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

New Grids and Lines under RSVY: Phase-I

SL Name of Scheme Associated Remarks


Transmission Line
1 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Dehri- Operational.
New Bhabhua Karmnasa Line at Bhabhua
Substation
2 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Dehri- Power-Flow started.
New Bikramganj Dumraon Line at
Substation Bikramganj
3 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Dehri- Load-Flow started.
New Sasaram Kudra-Karmnasa Line at
Substation Sasaram

4 132/33 KV 132 KV Khagaul-Bihta Operational.


New Bihta
Substation
5 132/33 KV 132 KV Sabour-Banka Power-Flow started.
New Banka
Substation
6 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Power-Flow started.
New Barh Substation Biharsharif-Hathidah Line
at Barh

7 33/11 KV 33KV S/C Siwan-Banianpur Complete. Down-


Banianpur Linking arrangements
Substation under progress.

8 132/33 KV 132 KV Saharsa- March'2006.


New Udakishanganj Udakishanganj
Substation

9 132/33 KV 132 KV Pandaul- March'2006.


New Jaynagar Madhubani-Jaynagar-
Substation Phulparas

10 132/33 KV March'2006.
New Madhubani
Substation
11 220/132 KV 220 KV D/C Muzaffarpur- March'2006.
Darbhanga Darbhanga
Substation

12 132/33 132 KV Muzaffarpur- Test charged. Down-


Vaishali Substation Vaishali Linking arrangements
under progress.

13 132/33 KV 132 KV Kishanganj- March'2006.


New Forbesganj Forbesganj-Kataiyaa
Substation

14 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Hajipur- March'2006.


New Sheetalpur Chapra at Sheetalpur and Land acquisition
Substation 132 KV Vaishali-Sheetalpur delayed.

15 132/33 KV 132 KV D/C Motihari- March'2006.


Dhaka Substation Sitamarhi-Dhaka

16 220/132 KV 220 KV D/C Muzaffarpur- March'2006.


Gopalganj Gopalganj
Substation

17 132/33 KV 132 KV Phulparas-Supaul- March'2006.


Phulparas Substation Saharsa

18 132/33 KV LILO of 132 KV Purnea- March'2006.


Supaul Substation Dalkhola at Kishanganj

Rashtriya Sam-Vikas Yojna: Phase-II (Part 1): Execution to


start
• Estimated Cost : 629.22 Crores
• Construction of new GSS (i.e. one no. 220/132 KV at Sipara
and 6 nos. 132/33KV at Muzaffarpur, Katra, Naugachia,
Hulasganj / Ekangarsarai, Buxar & Tekari)
• Augmentations of capacity by 1170 MVA & R&M of major Grid
Sub-Station
• Capacity augmentation by 1070 MVA at 21 nos. existing GSS
• Renovation and up-gradation of Protection System of 6 nos.
of GSS (i.e.Biharsharif, Baripahari, Bodhgaya, Dehri, Fatuha &
Jakkanpur)
• Completion of remaining works of incomplete GSS at
Begusarai and 220 KV DC Begusarai-Purnea Line
• Reconductoring of 3 nos. of existing lines (i.e. Gaya-
Jakkanpur, Begusarai-Samastipur and Barauni-Purnea)

Schemes for Distribution


Accelarated Power-Distribution Reform Programme (APDRP) which
broadly covers:
• Up-gradation & Revamping of Distribution System thereby
reducing outage and interruption and increasing consumer
satisfaction.
• Installation of New PSS and DSS.
• Metering thrust to improve billing, reducing commercial losses
and achieving commercial viability.
• Introduction of MIS in Distribution Circles.
• Re-conductoring of overloaded conductors.
Out of 16 Distribution Circles, 12 covered under APDRP. Rest 4
Distribution Circles, i.e. Bhojpur, Nalanda, Motihari and Samastipur
yet to be covered. Schemes under preparation. Total Estimated
Cost of schemes amounting to Rs. 866 crores already sanctioned
and work under execution.

Status of APDRP Schemes up to Jan'2006:


SL Name of Scheme Scope Up to Jan, 2006
1 New 33/11 KV 38 Nos 5 Nos.
2 R&M of 33/11 KV 200 Nos 122 Nos.
3 New 33 KV Line 703 Kms 55 Kms
4 New 11 KV Line 397 Kms 18 Kms
5 Re-conductoring of 33 & 11 KV Line 5,211 Kms 1,890 Kms
6 New DT 1,919 Nos 234 Nos.

7 R&M of DT 8,666 Set -Nil-

8 3-Phase Consumer Meter (Powergrid) 11,265 -Nil-

9 1-Phase Consumer Meter (Powergrid) 2,12,006 81,847 supplied


6,000 installed

10 3-Phase Consumer Meter (BSEB) 58,700 35,000 inspected


6,000 supplied

11 1-Phase Consumer Meter (BSEB) 2,46,300 1,83,490 installed

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION SCHEMES

Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojna (RGGVY)


• All electrified villages (i.e., 20200) are to be extended to provide
electricity to all household by 2012 under RGGVY.
• All un-electrified, de-electrified & partly electrified villages under
30 districts (out of 38 districts) to be electrified by Central
Agencies namely PGCIL, NHPC under RGGVY.
• All un-electrified, de-electrified & partly electrified villages under
remaining 8 districts to be electrified by BSEB.
• PGCIL already started work of village electrification in 5 districts.
Work of village electrification in 19 districts to be taken up by the
end of March 2006.
• NHPC likely to start village electrification work in 6 districts by
the end of March 2006.
• Project Report of 4 districts have been submitted to REC. Project
Report of 4 districts to be submitted by December 2005. Work
likely to be started by 1st April, 2006.
• On going electrification work in 950 villages and construction of
18 Nos. PSS to be completed during current financial year by
BSEB under RE State Plan.