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Date: 06.04.

2011

NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE
(Ministry of Power, Govt. of India)

NPTI Complex, Sector – 33, Faridabad - 121003
Tele fax: +91 129-2255213
E-mail:snpandey3@gmail.com

Request for Application / Proposal
For

Engagement of

Guest Faculty / Consultants / Authors /
Course Directors / Conference
Organisers / Monitors etc.

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Advt. No. BDD/02/11

Date: 06.04.2011

NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE
(Ministry of Power, Govt. of India)
NPTI Complex, Sector – 33, Faridabad - 121003
Tele fax: +91 129-2255213 e-mail:snpandey3@gmail.com

REQUIREMENT OF GUEST FACULTY / CONSULTANTS /
AUTHORS / COURSE DIRECTORS / CONFERENCE
ORGANISERS / MONITORS ETC.
National Power Training Institute (NPTI) is an autonomous
institute under Ministry of Power, Govt. of India, and is National
Apex Body for Human Resource Development in Power Sector
for the past four decades. NPTI has ambitious growth plans. To
meet this objective, NPTI needs Guest Faculty / Consultants /
Authors / Course Directors / Conference Organisers / Monitors
etc. for its various activities related to training programs etc. in
the area of (i) Thermal Power Plant Engineering (ii) Hydro
Power Plant Engineering (iii) Renewable Energy Technologies,
(iv) Transmission and Distribution (v) General Management (vi)
IT / Computers (vii) Consultancy work etc. at its different
locations throughout the country on contract basis (Full
time/Part time). For details please visit our website
www.npti.in
S.N.Pandey
Deputy Director (BDD)

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Advt. No. BDD/02/11

Date: 06.04.2011

NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE
(Ministry of Power, Govt. of India)

NPTI Complex, Sector – 33, Faridabad - 121003
Tele fax: +91 129-2255213 e-mail:snpandey3@gmail.com

REQUIREMENT OF GUEST FACULTY / CONSULTANTS / AUTHORS / COURSE
DIRECTORS / CONFERENCE ORGANISERS / MONITORS ETC.

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ABOUT NPTI
National Power Training Institute (NPTI) is an autonomous institute
under Ministry of Power, Govt. of India, and is National Apex Body for
Human Resource Development in Power Sector for the past four
decades. NPTI with its Corporate Office at Faridabad operates on an
all India basis through its nine Institutes in different zones of the
country as per details below:A. Northern Region
1. NPTI, Corporate Office, Faridabad.
2. NPTI, (Northern Region), Badarpur, New Delhi.
3. NPTI, (Hydro Power Training Centre), Nangal.
B. Southern Region
4. NPTI, (Power System Training Institute), Bangalore.
5. NPTI, (Hot Line Training Centre), Bangalore.
6. NPTI, (Southern Region), Neyveli.
C.

Eastern & North Eastern Region
7.

NPTI, (Eastern Region), Durgapur.
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In addition to above.E Degree in Power Engineering approved by AICTE 3. Guwahati. Western Region 9. 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:1. Regulatory affairs etc. several long-term (16 weeks and above). 7. (North Eastern Region). medium term (5 weeks to 15 weeks) and short-term (1 day to 4 weeks) training programs in the areas of Thermal. One Year Post Diploma Course in Thermal Power Plant Engineering 5. One Year Post Graduate Diploma Course in Thermal Power Plant Engineering 4. Two Year MBA in Power Management approved by AICTE 2.Tech. are being conducted in the various Institutes of NPTI.8. Customized induction training programs and 4 . Four Year B. / B. NPTI. One Year Post Graduate Diploma in GIS and Remote Sensing (RS) 6. D. (Western Region). Six Months O&M of Transmission and Distribution System for Engineers. Nagpur. Hydro. Nine Months Post Graduate Diploma Course in Hydro Power Plant Engineering. NPTI. Transmission & Distribution and Management.

Various organizations / institutes who agree to provide existing faculty for the various services as requested can look forward to mutual benefit to their existing faculty / existing students for which NPTI can provide following support on mutually agreed terms: (i) Participation of existing faculty of organizations/institutes in 5 . 2. Various Government / Private Institutes / Engineering Colleges etc can also submit their proposal for making available their present working faculty. at its different locations throughout the country on contract basis (Full time / Part time) . (iv) Transmission and Distribution (v) General Management (vi) IT/Computers (vii) Consultancy work etc.1 Regarding requirement of Guest Faculty / Consultants / Authors / Course Directors / Conference Organizers / Monitors etc: The Guest Faculty / Consultants / Authors / Course Directors / Conference Organizers / Monitors etc can be retired / working persons / teaching Faculty / Individual Consultant / retired executives/ officers from PSU’s/ Government Departments / Private Organizations etc. To meet this objective. NPTI needs Guest Faculty / Consultants / Authors / Course Directors / Conference Organizers / Monitors etc for its various activities related to training programs etc. 3.refresher training programs for various Power Utilities are also organized round the year. in the area of (i) Thermal Power Plant Engineering (ii) Hydro Power Plant Engineering (iii) Renewable Energy Technologies.0 REQUIREMENT OF GUEST FACULTY / CONSULTANTS / AUTHORS / COURSE DIRECTORS / CONFERENCE ORGANISERS / MONITORS ETC.0 General conditions: 3. NPTI has ambitious growth plans.

preparation of course material. NPTI shall provide exposure of simulator facilities to existing faculty of organizations / institutes. 3. The individual should be suitably qualified and have relevant experience in the related area. evaluation of answer sheets. (v) Any other support as may be required. preparation of syllabus for relevant course as may be 6 .various programs/courses being conducted by NPTI which will keep the knowledge and skills of existing faculty of organizations / institutes updated.2 Names of Courses and Locations where faculty is required for delivering lectures. Combined Cycle Gas Turbine simulator. (iii) Participation of students of organizations / institutes in various programs / courses being conducted by NPTI and exposure of simulator facilities to students of such organizations / institutes. (ii) NPTI has 500MW Thermal simulator. Hydel simulator and Power system Simulator. (iv) NPTI can also depute its faculty / consultants to the premises of such organizations / institutes to deliver lectures on the current Power related / Management related subjects which will benefit the faculty / students of such organizations / institutes. Candidates may give their option in this regard. Guest Faculty / Consultants may be required to work on Full time / Part time basis. preparation of question papers. This support by NPTI shall provide an edge to the students of such organizations / institutes in the competitive job market. The faculty / consultants shall have to perform functions like delivering lectures. preparation of syllabus for relevant course as may be required.

3. Hard copy of the CV shall be marked ‘Original’ and ‘Duplicate’. the relevant cell is left blank and the location where there is no requirement is shown in grey colour.Pandey. Sector-33. and preparation of course materials.required.3 Payment for various work shall be made by NPTI as per NPTI norms or as fixed by NPTI.4 Interested individuals / organizations / institutes may send their applications in prescribed format only. 3. as the case may be and shall be accompanied by pass port size photograph stapled on the top right corner with the name of the applicant written on the backside. 3. 3. Proposal of applicants not complying with this requirement may not be considered. Applications should be sent to Shri S.6 Applicants may delete the tables / rows / columns for which they are not applying.8 Separate Annexure -1 is to be enclosed with every CV of every applicant / individual. Deputy Director (BDD). Faridabad-121003 (Haryana).5 Applicants have necessarily to send their applications by email as well as hard copy in duplicate..7 Applicants are requested to mark star (*) in the relevant place/cell for which they are applying. National Power Training Institute.N. 7 . preparation of question papers. NPTI complex. 3. evaluation of answer sheets etc. 3.

APPLICATION SUBMISSION FORM 8 .

Yours sincerely Signature:_____________ Name of Applicant:_____________ 9 . Name of Applicant : Address : Telephone Number (Office) : Telephone Number (Mobile) : Fax Number : E-mail Address : My CV indicating the areas where I shall be interested to work is also enclosed. Faridabad – 121 003 INDIA. I hereby declare that all the information and statements made in this application / proposal are true and accept that any misinterpretation or false information / documentation contained in it may lead to my disqualification.N. Subject: Proposal for your requirement of Guest Faculty / Consultants / Authors / Course Directors / Conference Organisers / Monitors etc. S.FORM A: APPLICATION SUBMISSION FORM (For Applicants applying in individual capacity) Date: To The Deputy Director (BDD) National Power Training Institute NPTI Complex. Sector –33.Pandey Sir. I agree that you are not bound to accept my/any application/proposal. Telefax: 0129-2255213 Kind Attention: Shri.

This application is being submitted for the following persons of our Organization/Institute.N. Name of our Organisation / institute Address : : Telephone Number (Office) Telephone Number (Mobile) Fax Number E-mail Address : : : : I have been authorized by my Organization/Institute to submit this proposal. We agree that you are not bound to accept any application/proposal you receive. Subject: Proposal for your requirement of Guest Faculty / Consultants / Authors / Course Directors / Conference Organisers / Monitors etc. Yours sincerely Signature: Name of Signatory: Designation of the Signatory: Telephone (Office): Telephone (Mobile): Fax: Email: 10 .FORM B: APPLICATION SUBMISSION FORM (Applicable for organizations/institutes and to be submitted on their letterhead) Date: To The Deputy Director (BDD) National Power Training Institute NPTI Complex. Faridabad – 121 003 INDIA. Telefax: 0129-2255213 Kind Attention: Shri. S.Pandey Sir. No Name of Applicant I hereby declare that all the information and statements made in this application/Proposal are true and accept that any misinterpretation or false information / documentation contained in it may lead to our disqualification. Sector –33. CVs of interested faculty of our organization/institute indicating the areas where the applicant shall be interested to work is also enclosed. S.

D 11 Year of Entry Year of Leaving % of Marks Obtained Remarks .CV FORMAT Paste passport size Photograph Name of Applicant : Date of Birth : Age : Contact Address : Phone Number (Office) : Phone Number (Residence) : Mobile Number : Email-id : Fax Number : Educational Qualifications : Degree School / College / University Course Duration Course/Discipline 10+2 Graduation PG degree / Diploma Ph.

special skills as relevant for the assignments for which application is being made ___________________________________________________________ In case of Guest Faculty/Consultant please indicate the following : (i) Whether applicant wants full time assignment (ii) Whether applicant wants part time assignment (iii) Whether applicant is agreeable for full time assignment or part time assignment as may be decided by NPTI. This is to certify that the information provided above is corrected to the best of my knowledge and belief.1 has to be submitted. (Signature) Note: In case where the application is being made by any organization/institute.Experience Details: Name of the Organization Designation Date of Date of Joining Leaving Place of Brief details Posting of experience Remarks Please indicate your experience /proficiency. 12 . in that case for every person. separate CV along with Annexure.

Annexure-1 to CV Applicants may delete the tables/rows/columns for which they are not applying. 13 . Applicants are requested to mark star (*) in the relevant place/cell for which they are applying.

State Undertakings.5 A.1.1. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.1 A. major projects in India. .3 A. IPPs.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .(A) Faculty / Consultants for delivering lectures A. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.Appointment of Design Consultant . Methodology of Project Implementation: . Role of Ministry of Power.8 THERMAL POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.Preparation of Bid Packages . Site Selection.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract. Role of CERC and SERCs. CPSUs.4 A.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications. Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant Mechanical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant 14 Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur Neyveli Nangal (HPTC) Badarpur NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE Faridabad Subject Code Faculty / Consultants are required for delivering lectures on full time / part time basis in the following areas: .2 A.1.1..1 A.1.1.7 A.6 A.1. Plant Layout etc.1. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).

1.16 A.1.19 A.11 A.26 A.1.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.1.18 A. 2010.1. Construction.1.1.12 A.1. Commissioning & Testing Electrical Aspects Erection.9 A.1.20 A. 15 .A.1.21 A. Commissioning & Testing Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsMechanical Equipment (Boiler) Operation & Maintenance aspectsMechanical Equipment (Turbine) Operation & Maintenance aspectsMechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspectsElectrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspectsControl and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Thermal Power Station Thermal Power Plant Simulator Global Best Practices in Thermal Engineering in the Area of Design. Commissioning & Testing Civil Aspects Erection.1.25 A.Indian Tariff Policy .10 A.23 A.1.National Electricity Policy .22 A. Contracting Procedure.1.1.Indian Electricity Act. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.13 A. Commissioning & Testing Mechanical Aspects Erection.1.15 A.1.1. Operation and Maintenance Super Critical Technology.27 Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant – Control and Instrumentation Aspects Power Plant Chemistry Procurement Methodology.14 A.1. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.1.Salient Aspects Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . .17 A.24 A.

1.1.1.34 A.31 A.1.1.38 A.33 A.32 A.36 A.44 GIS Lab A.40 A.1.35 A.1.1.37 A.30 A.1.Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Implementation of UMPPs Private Sector Participation in Generation Tariff Based Bidding(Case-I and Case-II) Overview of Coal Requirements for Power Projects Safety Aspects Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the LabsElectrical Lab.39 A.1.1.42 16 .1.28 A.1.43 Computer Lab A.A.ABT and UI Concept .41 .1. Analysis of Feedback and preparation of MIS Report for top management PRACTICALS Control and Instrumentation Lab A.1. Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Civil Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Mechanical Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Electrical Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Control and Instrumentation Engineering Aspects Obtaining Feedback of Trainees.1.29 A.1.

Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.Preparation of Bid Packages . Contracting 17 Guwahati Nangal (HPTC) Badarpur Faridabad Subject Code A. Site Selection.2. . Trading and Power Exchanges etc). State Undertakings.7 Mechanical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant A.2. major projects in India.8 Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant – A. IPPs.4 Sanction of Loans by Lenders.5 .2.2.2.1 Power.3 Environmental Impact Assessment.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant . Power Plant Familiarization (Types of A.Appointment of Design Consultant .2. Methodology of Project Appraisal and A.. Role of Ministry of A.2.9 Control and Instrumentation Aspects A. Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil A.2.Appointment of Project Management Consultant A.6 Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant A.HYDRO POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence. Methodology of Project Implementation: . Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.2 Dams etc) DPR Preparation including A. CPSUs.2.2.10 Procurement Methodology. Plant Layout etc.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.2 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE . Role of CERC and SERCs.

2. Commissioning & Testing Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsMechanical Equipment (Turbine) Operation & Maintenance aspectsMechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspectsElectrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspectsControl and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Hydro Power Station Hydro Power Plant Simulator Global Best Practices in Hydro Engineering in the area of Design.National Hydro Policy .2.22 A. .27 Procedure.19 A.18 A.26 A.2.2. Commissioning & Testing Electrical Aspects Erection.21 A. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.20 A.2.National Electricity Policy .14 A. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.2.2.2.2.15 A.ABT and UI Concept .11 A.A.13 A.2. Commissioning & Testing Mechanical Aspects Erection.25 A.Silt 18 .24 A.2. Operation and Maintenance Private Sector Participation in Generation Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . Commissioning & Testing Civil Aspects Erection.17 A. .2.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation. Construction.16 A.Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the Labs.2. 2010.23 A.2.Indian Electricity Act.12 A.2.2.2.Indian Tariff Policy .

32 A. major projects in India. Site Selection.29 A. IPPs.2.A.1 A. CPSUs. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.2.3.3 A. Plant Layout etc.3.5 COMBINED CYCLE GENERATION GAS POWER Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.33 .3.2.4 A.35 Control and Instrumentation Lab A.Appointment of Design Consultant . Role of CERC and SERCs.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant 19 Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur Neyveli Nangal (HPTC) Badarpur NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE Faridabad Subject Code A. Role of Ministry of Power.3.3. Methodology of Project Implementation: .3 A.2.2.30 A.28 A.2.31 Lab Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the LabsHydro Lab Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) PRACTICALS Hydro and Silt Lab Electrical Lab Digital Electronics and Communication A. State Undertakings.2 A.34 Lab A. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.2.2. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).

Commissioning & Testing Mechanical Aspects Erection.3. Commissioning & Testing Electrical Aspects Erection.3.3.10 A.3.11 A.9 A. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.22 Appointment of Project Management Consultant .Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications. Commissioning & Testing Civil Aspects Erection.21 A.3.3.3.3. Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant Mechanical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant – Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.7 A.18 A.3.19 A.3.3..3.- A.15 A.12 A.3.3.8 A.16 A.6 A. .20 A.14 A.3.3. Contracting Procedure.3.Preparation of Bid Packages .17 A.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract. Commissioning & Testing Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsMechanical Equipment (Boiler) Operation & Maintenance aspectsMechanical Equipment (Gas Turbine) Operation & Maintenance aspectsMechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspectsElectrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspectsControl and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Gas Based Power Station Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plant Simulator 20 . Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.13 A.

3.4. Role of CERC and SERCs.23 Global Best Practices in Gas based Power Projects in the Area of Design.27 Neyveli A. IPPs.24 Faridabad A.3.Indian Electricity Act. Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . 21 Nagpur A.4 A. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).Subject Code A.National Electricity Policy .3.ABT and UI Concept . State Undertakings.Indian Tariff Policy .25 Badarpur A. . Operation and Maintenance. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.30 A.3.3.Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Overview of Gas Requirements for Power Porjects Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) .CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation. Construction. .3.28 Durgapur A.26 Nangal (HPTC) A.29 Guwahati A. CPSUs. major projects in India.1 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (SOLAR PHOTO VOLTAIC AND SOLAR THERMAL) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.3. 2010.3.

Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.4. Site Selection.10 A.4.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.12 A.8 A.4.3 A.4. Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Solar Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design. Methodology of Project Implementation: .Indian Electricity Act.A.4.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .National Electricity Policy .11 A.Preparation of Bid Packages .6 A.2 A.9 A.4. Design Aspects of a Power Plant – Solar Photo Voltaic and Solar Thermal Procurement Methodology. Plant Layout etc. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .Appointment of Design Consultant .4. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.4.Indian Tariff Policy .Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs 22 .4.4. Manufacturing trends in Solar PV industries and leading manufacturers of Solar Equipments. Major Solar projects in India. . Construction. .13 Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assesment. .4.4 A.5 A. Contracting Procedure.4.. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.7 A.

4. Plant Layout etc.5 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (BIO MASS / BIOGAS / COGENERATION) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assesment.5.2 A. Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission Risk and Major challenges in development of Solar Power. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE. State Undertakings. Major Bio Mass 23 Nagpur Subject Code A.5 A.5.16 Nangal (HPTC) A.4.18 Durgapur A. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.15 Badarpur A. IPPs. major projects in India.4. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) Faridabad - .14 Incentives for Solar Projects by Central and State Governments.17 Neyveli A.A. Trading and Power Exchanges etc). Site Selection.4. Role of CERC and SERCs.19 Guwahati A. CPSUs.4.3 A.4.5.5.1 A.4 A.5. Manufacturing trends in Bio Mass industries and leading manufacturer of Bio Mass Equipments.

5.5.11 A.5.6 A. .Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs .CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.14 A.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .13 A. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection. Design Aspects of a Power Plant Procurement Methodology.5.5.16 projects in India. Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Bio Mass Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design. Methodology of Project Implementation: .Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .Appointment of Design Consultant . Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept 24 .Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Risk and Major challenges in development of Bio Mass Projects.5.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.5. .5. .Indian Electricity Act.Preparation of Bid Packages . Contracting Procedure.Indian Tariff Policy .A.Incentives for Bio Mass Projects by Central & State Governments.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. Construction.12 A.8 A.National Electricity Policy .5.5.5.9 A.15 A. . Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.10 A.7 A.

6.6 RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (WIND) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence. Plant Layout etc.17 . 25 Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur Neyveli Nangal (HPTC) NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE Badarpur Subject Code A. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.4 A.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.. Methodology of Project Implementation: .5.6.6. Manufacturing trends in Wind Turbines and leading manufacturer of Wind Turbines. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).2 A. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.1 A.18 Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) Faridabad A. .Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .6.6.Appointment of Design Consultant . CPSUs.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract. Role of CERC and SERCs.5.6 A. major projects in India. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.Preparation of Bid Packages .5 A. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assesment.Appointment of Project Management Consultant . Major Wind projects in India.A. IPPs. Site Selection.6.3 A. State Undertakings.

7 A.6. . Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Wind Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design.Incentives for Wind Projects by Central and State Governments. Contracting Procedure. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) 26 .18 Design Aspects of a Wind Power Project.6. Construction.6.Indian Tariff Policy .6.6.6.6.11 A.Indian Electricity Act.6.17 A.8 A.13 A.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.15 A.Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs .Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Risk and Major challenges in development of Wind Power Projects.14 A. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.6. Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . .6. Procurement Methodology.A.16 A.National Electricity Policy . Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.12 A.9 A.10 A.6.6. .

Contracting Procedure.A.7 A.6 A.4 A.8 RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (SMALL HYDRO) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.1 A.7 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE .7.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant . Manufacturing trends in Small Hydro Projects and leading manufacturer of Small Hydro Project Equipments.7. Design Aspects of a Small Hydro Power Project.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .7.7.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications. Role of CERC and SERCs. Procurement Methodology.7. State Undertakings. IPPs.Appointment of Design Consultant .3 A. . Plant Layout etc.5 A. major projects in India. CPSUs. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.2 A. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. 27 Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur Neyveli Nangal (HPTC) Badarpur Faridabad Subject Code A. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.. Methodology of Project Implementation: . Site Selection.7. Trading and Power Exchanges etc). Major Small Hydro projects in India.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.7.Preparation of Bid Packages . Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.7.

7.12 A.7.7.7.National Electricity Policy .A.7.9 A.Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Risk and Major challenges in development of Small Hydro Power Projects.14 A.10 A.15 A.7.Indian Tariff Policy . . Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) 28 .7. Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Small Hydro Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design. .17 A.11 A.13 A.16 A.7.7.18 Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection. .7.Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs . Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .Indian Electricity Act.Incentives for Small Hydro Projects by Central and State Governments.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation. Construction.

2 A.8 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE .6 Faridabad Subject Code A. Role of CERC and SERCs.A.9.1 A. Trading and Power Exchanges etc). major projects in India.4 A.8.4 Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur Nangal (HPTC) Bengaluru (PSTI) Neyveli Badarpur Badarpur ADVANCED POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES POWER TRANSMISSION AND SUB STATION SYSTEM Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector and Transmission since Independence.8. State Undertakings.3 A.8.8. Sub Station Layout Layout etc.8. CPSUs.9.3 A.7 Faridabad A.8.5 A.9. IPPs.9 A.9. Role of Ministry of Power.2 A.1 A. Route selection Site Selection. Over view of Transmission system and Sub Station System DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assesment. Transmission Line Survey techniques based on GIS and Satellite Imagery 29 Nagpur Guwahati NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE Durgapur Super Critical Technologies Futuristic Technologies Fluidized Bed Technology Energy Storage Recent Trends in Power Generation Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle ( (IGCC) Distributed Generation Neyveli Subject Code A.8.

12 A.9.9.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.16 A. Commissioning & Testing – Mechanical and Electrical Aspects Erection.9.Preparation of Bid Packages .9. Methodology of Project Implementation: .14 A.6 A.A.9.9.9.9. .9.9.17 system Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.5 A. Construction.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.9. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.Appointment of Project Management Consultant . Commissioning & Testing – Civil Aspects Erection.7 A.10 A. Operation and Maintenance. Design Aspects of a Transmission System and Sub Station System –Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Transmission System and Sub Station System – Mechanical and Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Sub Station – Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology.Appointment of Design Consultant .8 A. R & D Initiatives 30 . Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Transmission and Sub Station Project. Contracting Procedure.9.11 A.15 A.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .9..13 A. Commissioning & Testing – Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects of Transmission line and Sub Station Power System Simulator Global Best Practices in Transmission and Sub Station in the Area of Design.9 A.

1 Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector and Transmission and Distribution since Independence.9.Indian Tariff Policy .9.21 Bengaluru (PSTI) A.Open Access Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Transmission System and Sub Station System HVDC transmission System FACTS.18 .25 A.29 A.Indian Electricity Act.24 Guwahati A.10.9.A.30 Subject Code A.9.23 Durgapur A.9. . Role 31 Nagpur A.9.ABT and UI Concept . .9.9.9.9.28 A.9.20 Badarpur A.National Electricity Policy .9.19 Private Sector Participation in Transmission Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.22 Neyveli A.26 A.9. SVC and Reactive Power Management SCADA system SMART Grid Hot Line Transmission Maintenance and Insulator Washing System Emergency restoration System Gas Insulated Sub Stations (GIS) Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) Faridabad A.Multi Year Tariffs .31 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE A.10 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM A.9.27 A.

10.3 A.10. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).10.10.Preparation of Bid Documents interalia consisting of conditions of contract.10.9 A.10.2 A. State Undertakings. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Transmission and Sub Station Project.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .A.4 A.10.10. Contracting Procedure.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.13 A. CPSUs.10.10.10. Commissioning & Testing – Civil Aspects Erection. DISCO’s..14 A. DPR Preparation Methodology Distribution Line Survey techniques Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders. Role of SERCs.10.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .12 A.11 A.8 A.10. Private Companies. .10 A. Design Aspects of a Distribution System (Distribution Lines and Sub Station System) –Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Distribution System (Distribution Lines and Sub Station System) –Mechanical and Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Sub Station –Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology.5 A. Commissioning & Testing – Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects of Distribution line and Sub Station SCADA System Global Best Practices in Distribution and Sub Station in the Area of Design.6 A. Commissioning & Testing – Mechanical and Electrical Aspects Erection.15 A.Appointment of Design Consultant .7 A.Preparation of Bid Packages . Methodology of Project Implementation: .10.10. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.16 of Ministry of Power. 32 .

22 A.21 A. Distribution of energy sources in the country.10. Institutional frame work.11.SERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation. Nuclear.11 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE POWER SYSTEM OPERATION (Faculty shall also prepare study material.1 Power: Hydro. Thermal.10.18 A.26 A.25 A.10. .Indian Tariff Policy . Operation and Maintenance.Open Access Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Reactive Power Management SMART Grid Hot Line Transmission Maintenance and Insulator Washing System Gas Insulated Sub Stations (GIS) R-APDRP Scheme RGGVY Private Sector Participation in Distribution Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) .National Electricity Policy .19 A.10.10.10.28 A.17 Construction.10.24 A.10. . R & D Initiatives.10.A. deliver lectures.23 A. prepare presentation and model question paper / Question bank.10. Sources of A. Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . Renewable.ARR Calculation . Gas.10. components of the Power System. AT&C Loss Reduction techniques.Multi Year Tariffs .10. Regional grids in 33 Bengaluru (PSTI) A.) Power Sector overview-India – 3hrs Electricity Supply chain.27 Subject Code A.20 A.ABT and UI Concept .Indian Electricity Act.

USA. Protection Zones. Load Dispatch Centers in India. Control Areas: regional and state power systems. Impedance protection and fault loops. line voltage drop and power angle. construction. competitive markets – pricing mechanisms. Grid connectivity standards. Terms and conditions of Tariff.6 India.11. Measurement. classification of protection relays. Synchronous Condensers and Static VAR compensators Power Quality: Voltage flicker. characteristics Power Sector overview-International – 3hrs System Operation – International Practices: PJM. Gas. impact of 34 . Transformers: Physical construction cooling arrangements. Power System Harmonics and mitigation Over view of power system protection. Hydro. congestion charge regulations.2 A. Inter connections. Voltage swells. Circuit Breakers: Types. operation.5 A. Line reactive compensation equipment: Reactors. Electricity Market Operation – 12 hrs Fundamentals of Electricity markets: Restructuring. basic operating principles. Bus arrangements. Nuclear. Legislation – 6hrs Legal Framework. admittance (MHO). regional and national grids. privatization. Australia Policy. Substations: Layout. Equipment. effect of load power factor on voltage drop and power angle The need to generate and provide MVAR. NEMMCO.11. NGC. policies & regulations: Electricity Act 2003 (organizational set up in India. development of state. unscheduled interchange regulations. sources and sinks of reactive power. charging current required due to the line shunt capacitance. Sags. load encroachment. mutual induction. Metering Regulations Regulations – 12 hrs Regulatory Framework ERC Regulations and Comparative study of Regulations of Central and State ERCs: Indian Electricity Grid Code (IEGC). Tariff Policy. other regulations. components. capacitors. auto transformers The effect of transmission line conductor resistance and inductance.11. fault resistance. Grid Standards Regulations.4 A. Protection for abnormal frequency and voltages. National Electricity Policy. Overview of Generators. rotational speed. activities of forum of regulators Power System Operation –18 hrs Characteristics of Thermal. remote in feed. System protection schemes. Load Dispatch function. selection and sizing. Tap changers. Ferranti effect. reactance.3 A. quadrilateral.A. effect of line loading on voltage drop and power angle. impedance relay characteristics. regulated markets. renewable power plants. Unbalance.11. ETSO. production of reactive power by line shunt capacitance. Corporatization. UK. faults affecting impedance relay performance. impedance. Nord Pool. Open Access Regulations.11. special characteristics.

preparation of energy accounts billing. power exchanges. HIM. Day – ahead resource scheduling: load forecasting. voltage & VAR scheduling. grid code. architecture. network reduction & equivalence. emergency. MS Outlook. Trends. MS Access.7 System Logistics (SCADA/IT) – 6hrs SCADA / EMS: Overview. detection & identification of bad measurement. trouble shooting Communication systems: Overview – VSAT. Alarms. historical data. reactive energy account. Commercial & Economic Aspects: Introduction to Power System Economics. contingency analysis Power system reliability: Adequacy – Long term planning. main components. System software – Displays. unit commitment. shortages. restorative. Optical fiber etc. organized trading. meter placement. Hardwareoverview. Requirement of reliability co-ordinators at organizational level 35 . control optimization.transmission and system operation on electricity markets Whole Sale market design: Bilateral contracts. detection and avoidance of market abuse Metering and settlement: Measurement principles.11. preparation of daily schedules. regional energy account. Communication network Information Technology tools: MS word. peaking stations. market abuse and its mitigation: Market power and its evaluation. grid standards. congestion rent. generation location & effect on losses. special devices like HVDC. alert. MS Excel. modalities for access to transmission: Long term. Disturbance data collection modules / HDR retrieval & playback. meter data collection. Database. FSC. capacity & energy markets. Optimal power flow-cost optimization. E-mail. ATC in planning and operating time frames.similar day forecast. implications of market abuse. base load stations. loss optimization. open access: Bilateral contracts and power exchange transactions. Pumped storage. Network study. balancing mechanism. power system equipment capacity & limits. hardware protocols. Transmission capacity & transfer capability. unscheduled interchange account. use of Internet A. planning criteria. Microwave. Configuration. Pool Operation Co-ordinated multilateral trading model. Health check. network observability. weather based load forecast. MS Power Point.Network modeling. Short term A. states of power system – normal. must – run stations. connectivity standards. Medium term. state estimation – techniques.11. validation and processing..8 Energy Management System – 6hrsEnergy Management System: Load forecasting. ancillary services market Settlement system – ABT & UI. procurement security. Electricity Markets.

12.5 A.12.12.12.6 A.11 Nangal (HPTC) A.9 A.12 A.A.12.1 A.13.12.7 A.12.2 A.3 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AND POLLUTION CONTROL Energy and Ecology Legislation & standards for Noise.2 ENERGY CONSERVATION AND ENERGY AUDIT Faridabad Subject Code A.13.12 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE .13 Bengaluru (PSTI) A.12.12.12.8 Energy Conservation Act 2001 Identifying basic potential of conservation of Energy Thermal Energy System Electrical Energy System Energy Balancing Energy Management Energy Audit Audit for Buildings & Commercial Complexes Industrial Energy Audit Methodologies for Energy audit Energy Audit for Generation.13.3 A. Air and Water Pollution Environmental Protection Act (EPA)1986 36 Nagpur Durgapur Neyveli Bengaluru (PSTI) Nangal (HPTC) Badarpur Faridabad Guwahati Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE Neyveli Subject Code A.12.12.12.13 A.4 A.10 A.1 A. Transmission and Distribution Utilities Incentives for Energy Conservation Energy Efficient Equipment and Technologies Badarpur A.

14.13.13.9 Environnemental Audit. Hydel and Gas) Familiarization with Transmission and Distribution System for Non Technical personnel A.14.14.4 A.13.13.A.10 A. A.14.13.4 A.14 A.14.14. Hydel and Gas) Power Plant Familiarization for Non Technical personnel (Thermal .14.12 A.7 A.1 A.14.7 A.10 Environnemental Issues in Power Sector .11 A.14.14.13.14.18 37 Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur Neyveli Bengaluru (PSTI) Nangal (HPTC) NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE Badarpur Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites Faridabad A.14.8 Environnemental Impact Asses ment A.5 A.3 A.6 Finance for non Finance Exécutives HR management Finance Management Materials Management Procurent Procédures Procurement Under World Bank guidelines E-Procurement Project Financing Power Trading Exchanges and Open Access Legal Aspects in Contract Management Accountancy Managerial Economics Operation Management Management Information system Business Communication Skills Power Plant Familiarization for Technical Personnel (Thermal .8 A.14.14 GENERAL MANAGEMENT A.9 A.2 A. A.14. Air Pollution caused by coal & oil Demonstration of Air quality monitor Disease caused due to thermal power plant pollution and other impact.13.16 A.14.15 A.11 Subject Code Water pollution.13 A.17 A.5 A.14.14.6 A.14.13.

27 A.14.2 A.15.15.15.15.23 A.12 A.6 A.14.14.14.3 A.14.14.14 Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Power Point Photo Shop Note pad Word Pad SMART draw Auto CAD Coral Draw Primavera MS Project MS Access Computer Hardware Computer Networking (LAN / WAN etc.15.28 A.26 Delegation of Powers Disciplinary and Vigilance Procedures Corporate Social Responsibility Reservation Policy Seven Habits of Highly Effective people Training of Trainers in Communication Skills Leadership Skills How to enhance productivity in an Organization ERP Communication skills and public speaking Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Geographical Information System (GIS) applications Faridabad A.24 .20 A.14.14.10 A.15.15.14.15.15.) 38 Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur Neyveli NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE Bengaluru (PSTI) Subject Code A.15.8 A.1 A.15 COMPUTER RELATED COURSES A.11 A.15.14.14.25 A.29 Badarpur A.4 A.30 Nangal (HPTC) A.22 A.14.21 A.15.5 A.15.9 A.19 A.13 A.15.A.7 A.

16.16.34 A.16.16.15 A.16 A.16.2 A.16.12 A.16.7 A.20 A.16.16.14 A.16.16.19 A.16.17 A.1 A.16.16.4 A.16.16.16.16.TECH (Power Engineering) Theory English Language & Communication Mathematics Engineering Physics Chemistry Manufacturing Process Introduction to Computers Communication Skills Mechanical Sciences Basic Electrical Engineering Environment & Ecology Social Science Engineering Drawing Workshop Engineering Mechanics Electrical Engineering Introduction to Programming Basic Electronics Engineering Material Science& Metallurgy Thermodynamics Circuit Theory Analog Electronics Electrical Machines Fluid Mechanics Mechanics of Deformable Bodies Electrical Electronic Measurement Manufacturing Process Network Analysis Electronic Devices & Circuits Engineering Economics Energy Conversion Heat & Mass Transfer Digital Electronics & Integrated circuits Control Engineering Theory of Machines Power Generation Engineering Steam Generator and Its Auxiliaries 39 Nagpur Durgapur Badarpur Subject Code A.16.16.26 A.18 A.13 A.16.23 A.31 A.16 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE .33 A.16.A.24 A.16.16.22 A.3 A.11 A.5 A.6 A.16.30 A.16.16.28 A.16.16.21 A.35 A.16.29 A.10 A.16.8 A.16.25 A.16.9 A.16.36 B.16.16.32 A.27 A.

60 A.53 A. Environmental Management Power plant visits Power Plant Operation Power Plant Control and Instrumentation I.16.44 A.16.45 A.64 A.39 A.55 A.16.C.16.54 A.16.38 A.16.16.67 A.49 A.47 A.46 A.66 A.80 Steam Turbine And its Auxiliaries Power System Operation Research Renewable Energy Systems Hydro Power Generation Nuclear Power Generation Heat Transfer Microprocessor and Microcontrollers Auto Control Thermal Power Station Layout.61 A.16.76 A.57 A.16.75 A.41 A.69 A.52 A.16.16.78 A.43 A. energy conversion Management concepts and techniques Mechanical vibration OR Design of electrical machines HVDC Technology Switchgear & Protections Thermal Power Plant Operation & Performance Power Plant Maintenance and Practices Power plant operation practices PRACTICALS Applied Physics Applied Chemistry 40 .16.79 A.16.68 A.50 A.42 A.16.16.16.16.16.A.16.16.16.16.16.58 A. Engines & Gas Dynamics Power Electronics & Electric Drives Electrical Equipment in Power Station Power Transmission and Distribution Refrigeration and Air Conditioning High Voltage Engineering Energy Conversion Thermal Power Plant Control & Instrumentation Power generation technology Steam Generators & its Aux.51 A.16.62 A.16.77 A.16.71 A.16.16. Energy Conversion Load dispatch and regulatory issues Environmental management.16.16. Equipments OR Design of Electrical Equipments Steam turbine & its Auxillaries Turbo Generator and its Auxiliaries.59 A.16.37 A.16. Power Distribution and Utilization Power Plant Maintenance Power System Analysis & Stability Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering Civil Works in Power Engineering Design of Mech.16.72 A.73 A.40 A.16.16.16.16.70 A.48 A.63 A.16.16.16.16.16.74 A.16.65 A.16.56 A.

16.16.17.16.1 A.101 A.16.91 A.16.95 A.16.83 A.90 A.17.16.96 A.16.87 A.104 A.16.97 A.16.6 A.17.16.89 A.92 A.Subject Code A.16.84 A.16.94 A.4 A.7 A.16.17.17.86 A. C.16.98 A.85 A.8 A.9 Introduction to Auto CAD office Automation and Web Design Workshop Practice Engineering Graphics Lab Computer Programming Lab Engineering Mechanics Lab Electrical Science Lab Thermodynamics Lab Strength of Materials & Theory of Machines Lab Circuit Theory Lab Analog Electronics Lab Electrical Machines Lab Heat and Mass Transfer Lab Fluid Mechanics & Machines Lab Digital Electronics Lab Control Engineering Lab Microprocessor Lab Refrigeration and Air conditioning Lab Electrical and Electronics Measurements Lab Power System Protection and Switchgear Lab I.16.17.100 A.3 A.16.16.16.93 A.102 A.17.16.2 A.82 A.16.17.16.17.99 A.88 A.81 .5 A.103 A.16.16. Engine Lab Power Electronic and Electric Drives Lab Power System Lab Environmental and Energy Audit Lab MATLAB NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE MBA (POWER MANAGEMENT) Management Concepts & Applications Managerial Economics Organizational Behavior Quantitative Analysis Accounting for Managers Business Communication Skills Business environment Energy Resources and Conversions and Power plant system Financial Management 41 Faridabad A.17 A.

40 A. Such Faculty/Consultant shall also be required to prepare daily lecture schedule of the related course.36 A.17.28 A.17.21 A.25 A.A.17.26 A.38 A.17 A.13 A.17.17.15 A.33 A.17.12 A.22 A.17.17.17.11 A.17.17.30 A.17.14 A.24 A.17.17.17.31 A.41 A.29 A.18 A.17.19 A.17.10 A.17.16 A.17.17.17.17.17.17.17.17.42 (B) Marketing Management Human Resource Management Operations & supply Chain Management Business Research Methods Operations research Electricity Industry structure and regulations Management of power transmission and distribution Strategic Management Management Information System Business Legislation Power Environment Interface Summer training Report Project Management and infrastructure Finance Management of Financial institutions and Services Strategies Cost Management and Control Organizational change and Development Performance Management Power station management Risk and Hazard Management Hydro Power resources management Energy Conservation and Energy audit Entrepreneurship E-Commerce Power pricing and power purchase Agreements Integrated Energy management and power Planning Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Financial Derivatives Taxation Laws and Planning Talent Management Customer Relationship Management Renewable Energy Maintenance Management Global Power Business Rural Energy development Faculty/Consultants for Preparation of Syllabus Faculty/Consultants are required for preparation of detailed syllabus for the courses below or review of existing syllabus of NPTI and preparing modified syllabus.35 A.34 A.17.39 A.20 A.17.17.23 A.17.17.17. 42 .32 A.17.37 A.27 A.

2 B. Variant 2 Such course to be of about 3-6 days duration and may include 1/2 days visit to manufacturer’s works / project sites. Faridabad Name of Course Thermal Engineering (Long Term/Medium Term/Short Term Course) Hydro Engineering (Long Term/Medium Term/Short Term Course) Combined Cycle Gas Power Generation (short term course) Renewable energy projects (solar photo voltaic and solar thermal) Variant 1 B.1 B. Variant 2 Such course to be of about 3-6 days duration and may include 1/2 days visit to manufacturer’s works / project sites.3 Coordination at Corporate Office.4 Such course to be of about 6 weeks duration and shall include 10 to 15 days visit to manufacturer’s works and project sites. Renewable energy projects (bio mass / biogas / cogeneration) Variant 1 B.Code B.5 Such course to be of about 6 weeks duration and shall include 10 to 15 days visit to manufacturer’s works and project sites.6 Such course to be of about 6 weeks duration and shall include 10 to 15 days visit to manufacturer’s works and project sites. 43 . Renewable energy projects (wind) Variant 1 B.

12 B.11 B. Advanced Power Generation Technology (Short Term Course) Power Transmission and Sub Station System (Long Term/Medium Term/Short Term Course) Distribution System (Long Term/Medium Term/Short Term Course) Environnent Management and Pollution Control (Short Term Course) General Management Development program for junior executives (this course may be of about 7-15 days duration) General Management Development program for middle level executives (this course may be of about 7-15 days duration) General Management Development program for senior level executives (this course may be of about 7-15 days duration) Induction Program to the Trainees of various organizations (This course may of duration from 3 weeks to 3 months) Refresher Program to the experienced officers of various organizations (This course may of duration from 3 weeks to 3 months) 44 .7 Such course to be of about 6 weeks duration and shall include 10 to 15 days visit to manufacturer’s works and project sites.9 B.16 Such course to be of about 3-6 days duration and may include 1/2 days visit to manufacturer’s works / project sites.14 B.13 B. Variant 2 B.10 B.15 B.Variant 2 Such course to be of about 3-6 days duration and may include 1/2 days visit to manufacturer’s works / project sites. Renewable energy projects (small hydro) Variant 1 B.8 B.

2 Term/Short Term Course) Combined Cycle Gas Power Generation (short C.(C) Faculty/Consultants for Review of Syllabus for the following courses Faculty/Consultants are required for review of detailed syllabus as per details below prepared by other faculty/consultant. Such Faculty/Consultants shall also be required to review daily lecture schedule of the related course.5 works and project sites. Renewable energy projects (wind) C. Variant 2 Such course to be of about 3-6 days duration and may include 1/2 days visit to manufacturer’s works / project sites.4 works and project sites.1 Variant 1 Such course to be of about 6 weeks duration and shall include 10 to 15 days visit to manufacturer’s C. Renewable energy projects (bio mass / biogas / cogeneration) Variant 1 Such course to be of about 6 weeks duration and shall include 10 to 15 days visit to manufacturer’s C.3 term course) Renewable energy projects (solar photo voltaic and solar thermal)C. Code Coordination at Corporate Office Name of Course Thermal Engineering (Long Term/Medium Term/Short Term Course) Hydro Engineering (Long Term/Medium C.6 Variant 1 45 . Variant 2 Such course to be of about 3-6 days duration and may include 1/2 days visit to manufacturer’s works / project sites.

Advanced Power Generation Technology (Short Term Course) Power Transmission and Sub Station System (Long Term/Medium Term/Short Term Course) Distribution System (Long Term/Medium Term/Short Term Course) Environnent Management and Pollution Control (Short Term Course) General Management Development program for junior executives (this course may be of about 715 days duration) General Management Development program for middle level executives (this course may be of about 7-15 days duration) General Management Development program for senior level executives (this course may be of about 7-15 days duration) Induction Program to the Trainees of various organizations (This course may of duration from 3 weeks to 3 months) Refresher Program to the experienced officers of various organizations (This course may of duration from 3 weeks to 3 months) 46 .11 C.12 C.15 C. Renewable energy projects (small hydro) Variant 1 Such course to be of about 6 weeks duration and shall include 10 to 15 days visit to manufacturer’s C.Such course to be of about 6 weeks duration and shall include 10 to 15 days visit to manufacturer’s works and project sites.8 C. Variant 2 C.7 works and project sites.10 C. Variant 2 Such course to be of about 3-6 days duration and may include 1/2 days visit to manufacturer’s works / project sites.14 C.16 Such course to be of about 3-6 days duration and may include 1/2 days visit to manufacturer’s works / project sites.13 C.9 C.

3 D.Tech / PGDC/Other labs Up gradation / Renovation and Modernization of Civil Structures like office building. kitchen etc. . auditorium. Supervision of erection of equipments etc.2 D. video conferencing. hostel building.5 D.1 D. air conditioning system. conference rooms.4 D. assisting NPTI in evaluation and award etc. till D. guest house. audio visual equipment.(D) Faculty/Consultants are required for preparation of FR/DPR who shall also act as Bid Process Consultant and Project Management Consultant in the following areas. Their broad scope of work shall be as under: (i) To prepare FR/DPR (ii) To act as Bid Process Consultant which inter-alia shall include preparation of bid documents.6 Augmentation of Hot Line Training Centre HLTC SCADA Labs 800 MW Simulator Up gradation of existing labs of B. etc) Video Conferencing system to link all the nine institutes of NPTI 47 Nagpur Durgapur Guwahati Neyveli Bengaluru (HLTC) Bengaluru (PSTI) DESCRIPTION Badarpur Nangal (HPTC) Faridabad Subject Code commissioning / handing over to NPTI. (The scope of work shall also include associated equipments / services required like generator power backup supply. fire protection system. (iii) To act as Project Management Consultant which inter-alia shall include pre-despatch inspection.

12 Computerized MIS system for all Institutes including creation of web sites the institutes where it does not exist Assessment of computerization needs of all the Institutes of NPTI Energy Audit lab Environment Management lab Power System lab Upgradation of existing ITIs / Establishment of new ITIs (E) Course Directors/Course Coordinators / Program Directors / Program coordinators Course Directors/Course Coordinators/Program Directors/Program coordinators are required for conducting various short term/medium term/ long term courses as per details below.11 D.8 D. which are not sponsored by any customer organization. it will be the responsibility of Course Director/Course Coordinator/Program Director/Program Coordinator to contact various customer organizations and arrange for trainees. Some programs can also be held in hotels. Such courses may be of duration starting from one day to even more than one month as per the needs of the customers of the NPTI or as per the requirement of NPTI.9 D. trainees shall be arranged by the customer organization. In case of courses specifically conducted for customers.D.7 D. identification of faculty. availability of vehicles for bringing faculty etc. 48 . Their scope of responsibility shall include preparation of day wise schedules of lectures.10 D. The programs have to be designed on self sustainable basis. lodging and boarding. NPTI may provide support by way of arranging conference hall. The above activities shall be done in consultation with NPTI. arranging the faculty. In the case of program sponsored by NPTI. taking charge of the whole program till completion of the course.

Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Solar).5 E.12 E.10 E.13 Global best practices in Power Sector.9 E.1 DESCRIPTION . Various subjects related to Hydro Power Plant. Various subjects related to combined Cycle Gas Power Plant.6 E.E.4 E. Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Small Hydro).3 E. Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Wind).) Various subjects related to Thermal Power Plant. He shall also coordinate with organizations abroad and shall be overall responsible for this program.7 E. The Course Director shall identify the topics and arrange faculty. Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Bio mass).2 E.8 E. Advanced power generation tech Various subjects related to power transmission and substation system Various subjects related to distribution system Various subjects related to energy conservation and energy audit Various subjects related to environnent management and pollution control 49 Nagpur Guwahati Durgapur Neyveli Bengaluru (PSTI) Nangal (HPTC) Badarpur Faridabad Subject Code E.5 days of class room sessions and 10-12 days visit abroad. (This program may be of about 23 weeks duration and shall consist of 4.11 E.

(Distance learning mode /Elearning mode) 50 . (Distance learning mode / Elearning mode) Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Small Hydro).17 E.14 E. (Distance learning mode / Elearning mode) Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Wind).20 E.23 E.16 E.21 E.E. (Distance learning mode / Elearning mode) Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Bio mass).24 E.27 Regulatory aspects General Management Development program for junior executives General Management Development program for middle level executives General Management Development program for senior level executives Finance for non finance executives HR Management Computer Related Courses Geographical Information System (GIS) Induction Program to the Trainees of various organizations (This course may of duration from 3 weeks to 3 months) Refresher Program to the experienced officers of various organizations (This course may of duration from 3 weeks to 3 months) Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Solar).25 E.22 E.19 E.18 E.15 E.26 E.

Code F. NPTI shall provide support by way of arranging class rooms conference hall.3 Description Coordination at Corporate Office Faridabad Executive MBA program in power management of 12/15 months duration MBA program in power management through correspondence/distance Learning/e-learning 3 year Part time MBA program in power management (G) Conference Organizers for National / International conferences Conference Organizers for National / International conferences are required for conducting various National / International conferences as per details below. lodging and boarding.(F) Course Directors / Course Coordinators / Program Directors / Program coordinators for MBA courses Course Directors/Course Coordinators/Program Directors/Program coordinators are required for conducting following courses as per details below. Their scope of responsibility shall include preparation of day wise schedule of topics. (iv) Release of the advertisement for admission (v) Taking charge of the whole program till completion of the course. availability of vehicles for bringing faculty etc as may be required. Their scope of responsibility shall broadly include the following: (i) Obtaining approval of AICTE (ii) Obtaining approval of the identified University (iii) Identification of faculty. The above activities shall be done in consultation with NPTI. identification of renowned speakers.2 F. arranging the faculty.1 F. arranging the renowned speakers 51 . The programs have to be designed on self sustainable basis.

The conferences can be organized at major cities of India or at the cities where NPTI institutes are located. Such conference may be of duration of 1/2/3 days as per the requirement.1 G.5 G.3 G. The G. Various subjects related to Hydro Power Plant. availability of vehicles for bringing speakers etc. .7 G. Various subjects related to Combined Cycle Gas Power Plant.4 G. arranging conference hall at NPTI institutes. Conference Organizers shall also arrange sponsorship from leading organizations and shall also arrange the participants.6 G. Advanced Power Generation Technology Various subjects related to Power Transmission And Sub Station System Various Subjects Related to 52 Nagpur Durgapur Guwahati Neyveli Bengaluru (PSTI) Nangal (HPTC) Badarpur NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE Faridabad Subject Code conference has to be designed on self sustainable basis.8 G. Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Bio mass).10 Various subjects related to Thermal Power Plant. Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Small Hydro). Venue of such conferences can be hotels/NPTI premises. Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Solar). The above activities shall be done in consultation with NPTI. Various subjects related to Renewable Energy (Wind). lodging and boarding. NPTI may provide support by way of arranging printing of brochures.and taking charge of the whole conference till completion of the conference.9 G.2 G.

5 H..12 G.G.4 H. Role of CERC and SERCs. State Undertakings.1.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. major projects in India. CPSUs.1. Role of Ministry of Power.1.Appointment of Design Consultant .1.Preparation of Bid Packages . Trading and Power Exchanges etc).1.7 Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .1. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment. .6 53 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code manuals .1. Site Selection.11 G.2 H.13 Distribution System Various Subjects Related To Energy Conservation And Energy Audit Various Subjects Related To Environnent Management and Pollution Control Regulatory aspects (H) Faculty / Consultants / Authors for preparation of study materials / H. Methodology of Project Implementation: .Appointment of Project Management Consultant .1.1 H. Plant Layout etc.3 H. Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Mechanical Aspects H.1 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE THERMAL POWER PLANT ENGINEERING H.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.8 Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Electrical Aspects H. IPPs.

18 H.ABT and UI Concept .1.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.28 H. .1.1.1.9 H. .13 H.Indian Tariff Policy .1.Control and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Thermal Power Station Thermal Power Plant Simulator Global Best Practices in Thermal Engineering in the Area of Design.1.Mechanical Aspects Erection.36 Design Aspects of a Power Plant –Control and Instrumentation Aspects Power Plant Chemistry Procurement Methodology. 2010.1.12 H.11 H.22 H. Commissioning & Testing .Electrical Aspects Erection.1.31 H.30 H.1.29 H.1.10 H.1.17 H.Mechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspects.Civil Aspects Erection.32 H.1.15 H.1.National Electricity Policy .Salient Aspects Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .1.Indian Electricity Act.1.1.1.23 H.1. Construction.1.20 H.27 H.21 H.Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects.1.1. Commissioning & Testing .H.Electrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspects. Contracting Procedure. Commissioning & Testing .1.24 H.25 H.1.35 H.34 H.Mechanical Equipment (Turbine) Operation & Maintenance aspects. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.1.Mechanical Equipment (Boiler) Operation & Maintenance aspects.26 H. Operation and Maintenance Super Critical Technology. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.16 H.19 H.Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Implementation of UMPPs Private Sector Participation in Generation Tariff Based Bidding(Case-I and Case-II) Overview of Coal Requirements for Power Projects Safety Aspects Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the Labs.1.33 H.1.14 H. Commissioning & Testing .Electrical Lab Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) 54 .1.1.

1. CPSUs. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders. Site Selection. Role of Ministry of Power.38 H. Role of CERC and SERCs.2. Plant Layout etc. Analysis of Feedback and preparation of MIS Report for top management PRACTICALS Control and Instrumentation Lab Computer Lab Geographical Information System (GIS) Lab NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE HYDRO POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.39 H.37 .2.2.Preparation of Bid Packages .2.1.1.2.5 H. Power Plant Familiarization (Types of Dams etc) DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.6 H.Appointment of Design Consultant .1.44 H. .1.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .40 H.1.2 H.4 H.42 H.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .1. Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Mechanical Aspects 55 Coordination at Faridabad H.. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).1. major projects in India.7 Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Civil Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Mechanical Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Electrical Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Control and Instrumentation Engineering Aspects Obtaining Feedback of Trainees.3 H. State Undertakings.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications. Methodology of Project Implementation: .1 H.H.41 Subject Code H.2.2 H.2. IPPs.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.43 H.

2. Commissioning & Testing .13 H.16 H.2.23 H.2. Commissioning & Testing .National Hydro Policy .30 H.18 H.H. Commissioning & Testing . Operation and Maintenance Private Sector Participation in Generation Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . .11 H.2.2.17 H.31 H.2.Silt Lab Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the Labs.29 H.2. Contracting Procedure. Commissioning & Testing .2.2.Control and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Hydro Power Station Hydro Power Plant Simulator Global Best Practices in Hydro Engineering in the area of Design.27 H.10 H.2.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.2. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the Labs.Civil Aspects Erection.2.Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects.2.Indian Electricity Act.20 H.Mechanical Aspects Erection.21 H.2.24 H.2.Mechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspects.2.National Electricity Policy . Construction.2.Electrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspects. .32 Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant –Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology.Indian Tariff Policy .8 H.Mechanical Equipment (Turbine) Operation & Maintenance aspects.12 H.2.Electrical Aspects Erection.22 H.ABT and UI Concept .2.Hydro Lab Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) PRACTICALS Hydro and Silt Lab 56 . Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.19 H.2.2.2.2.2. 2010.25 H.15 H.9 H.2.26 H.14 H.28 H.

Electrical Aspects 57 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code H.6 H.13 H. Role of Ministry of Power. Role of CERC and SERCs. Commissioning & Testing .5 H. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.2.3.3.3.3 H. Methodology of Project Implementation: . Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Mechanical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant –Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology.3.3.33 H.3. .10 H.Preparation of Bid Packages . Contracting Procedure.3.3.3..35 .Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.7 H.Mechanical Aspects Erection.3. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .9 H.14 Electrical Lab Digital Electronics and Communication Lab Control and Instrumentation Lab NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE COMBINED CYCLE GAS POWER GENERATION Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.Civil Aspects Erection.12 H.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.2.34 H.4 H.H.2 H. IPPs.2. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. major projects in India.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .11 H. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).3.8 H.1 H.Appointment of Design Consultant .3. CPSUs. Commissioning & Testing .3.3 H. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.3. State Undertakings. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection. Plant Layout etc. Site Selection. Commissioning & Testing .

State Undertakings. major projects in India.H.27 H.3.26 H.Indian Electricity Act.3.28 H.20 H.National Electricity Policy .3.3.18 H.25 H.23 H.3.3.4 H.2 Erection.4.17 H. .Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Overview of Gas Requirements for Power Projects Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (SOLAR PHOTO VOLTAIC AND SOLAR THERMAL) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.3.3. IPPs. Construction.3.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.3.15 .Control and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Gas Based Power Station Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plant Simulator Global Best Practices in Gas based Power Projects in the Area of Design. CPSUs.3.Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects.19 H. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.3.21 H.3. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).3.ABT and UI Concept .3.29 Subject Code H. Role of CERC and SERCs. . Commissioning & Testing .Mechanical Equipment (Boiler) Operation & Maintenance aspects. 2010.16 H.22 H. Power Plant Familiarization 58 Coordination at Faridabad H.30 H.4. Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .Electrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspects. Operation and Maintenance.Indian Tariff Policy .1 H.3.24 H.Mechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspects.Mechanical Equipment (Gas Turbine) Operation & Maintenance aspects.

Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs . Conditions of H.Indian Tariff Policy .5 India.11 Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Solar Power Plant Engineering in the H. Commissioning & Testing Aspects H.8 Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.4. H. Methodology of Project Implementation: . Plant Layout etc.4.15 H.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.4.4. Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission Risk and Major challenges in development of Solar Power.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.4.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.9 Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues H.6 .4 Lenders.Preparation of Bid Packages . .19 various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) H.Incentives for Solar Projects by Central and State Governments.4.10 Erection.12 Area of Design.Appointment of Design Consultant . Manufacturing trends in Solar PV industries and leading manufacturers of Solar Equipments.Indian Electricity Act..4.4.13 H.3 H.16 H. Site Selection.4. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.4. . Design Aspects of a Power Plant – Solar Photo Voltaic and H.4. Construction.4.7 Solar Thermal Procurement Methodology. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by H.DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment. .4.17 Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .National Electricity Policy .Appointment of Bid Process Consultant . Major Solar projects in H. Operation and Maintenance H.Appointment of Project Management Consultant H. Contracting Procedure.4. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to H.4.4.4.18 59 .14 H.

Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .5. IPPs.Preparation of Bid Packages .5. .10 H.7 H.2 H. CPSUs. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.5. Role of CERC and SERCs. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.5.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.5 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE . Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.11 H. . Contracting Procedure. Plant Layout etc.National Electricity Policy . Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Bio Mass Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design.9 H. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project. Methodology of Project Implementation: .5. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.Appointment of Design Consultant .Indian Tariff Policy .Appointment of Project Management Consultant .4 H.Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs .5.6 H.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.5.13 RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (BIO MASS / BIOGAS / COGENERATION) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence. State Undertakings.5 H. Construction.5. major projects in India.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .12 H. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.Incentives for Bio Mass Projects by Central & State 60 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code H. Site Selection.8 H. Manufacturing trends in Bio Mass industries and leading manufacturer of Bio Mass Equipments. Design Aspects of a Power Plant Procurement Methodology.5.. Major Bio Mass projects in India. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).5.5.3 H. .5.H.Indian Electricity Act.1 H.5.

H. H. H.3 Site Selection.18 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE H.5.6.14 H.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.17 Governments. H. Contracting Procedure.7 Design Aspects of a Wind Power Project.6. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).1 State Undertakings.15 H.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .10 Erection.2 Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.6.Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Risk and Major challenges in development of Bio Mass Projects.6 .Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract. Conditions of H.Preparation of Bid Packages H.5. Plant Layout etc.5.Appointment of Design Consultant .6. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by H.Subject Code H.6.6 RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (WIND) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. Role of CERC and SERCs.4 Lenders.5. Methodology of Project Implementation: . . IPPs.16 H. CPSUs. H. Major Wind projects in India.. Procurement Methodology.6.5.6. Commissioning & Testing Aspects 61 Coordination at Faridabad H. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) .9 Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues H. Manufacturing trends in Wind Turbines and leading H. major projects in India.5 manufacturers of Wind Turbines.6.Appointment of Project Management Consultant . Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.6. .8 Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.6.

National Electricity Policy .7.7.2.H.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant 62 Coordination at Faridabad H. Methodology of Project Implementation: .4.11 . H.1. H. Major Small Hydro projects in India. major projects in India.3. Role of CERC and SERCs. .14 H. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works / Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (SMALL HYDRO) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.Indian Tariff Policy . H.6.7 H. Trading and Power Exchanges etc). Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders. Construction.Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs . H.16 H.6. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.6.5. H. Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Wind Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.6. Manufacturing trends in Small Hydro Projects and leading manufacturer of Small Hydro Project Equipments.17 Subject Code H. IPPs.Incentives for Wind Projects by Central and State Governments.6.7. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.6.Appointment of Design Consultant .Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Risk and Major challenges in development of Wind Power Projects.6.12 H. Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .6.7. .7. CPSUs. Plant Layout etc. Site Selection.6.18 H.13 H. .Indian Electricity Act.15 H.7. State Undertakings.

H.7.7.
H.7.8.
H.7.9.
H.7.10.
H.7.11.
H.7.12.

H.7.13.

H.7.14.
H.7.15.
H.7.16.
H.7.17.

Subject Code

H.7.18.

Appointment of Project Management Consultant
Preparation of Bid Packages
Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical
Specifications,
- Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of
conditions of contract, Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.,
Design Aspects of a Small Hydro Power Project.
Procurement Methodology, Contracting Procedure, Conditions
of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of
the Power Project.
Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues
Erection, Commissioning & Testing Aspects
Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Small Hydro Power Plant Engineering
in the Area of Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance
Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects:
- Indian Electricity Act.
- National Electricity Policy
- Indian Tariff Policy
- CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.
- Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs
- Incentives for Small Hydro Projects by Central and State
Governments.
- Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates
Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange
Risk and Major challenges in development of Small Hydro
Power Projects.
Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept
Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites
On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to
various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training)

NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE

H.8

ADVANCED POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES

H.8.1.
H.8.2.
H.8.3.
H.8.4.

Super Critical Technologies
Futuristic Technologies
Fluidized Bed Technology
Energy Storage
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Coordination at
Faridabad

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H.9

Recent Trends in Power Generation
Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle ( (IGCC)
Distributed Generation

NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE

POWER TRANSMISSION AND SUB STATION SYSTEM

Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector
and Transmission since Independence, Role of Ministry of
H.9.1. Power, CPSUs, State Undertakings, IPPs, major projects in
India, Role of CERC and SERCs, Trading and Power
Exchanges etc).
H.9.2.

H.9.3.

H.9.4.
H.9.5.

H.9.6.

H.9.7.
H.9.8.
H.9.9.

H.9.10.

Over view of Transmission system and Sub Station System
DPR
Preparation
including
Environmental
Impact
Assessment, Route selection Site Selection, Sub Station
Layout Layout etc.
Transmission Line Survey techniques based on GIS and
Satellite Imagery system
Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by
Lenders.
Methodology of Project Implementation:
- Appointment of Design Consultant
- Appointment of Bid Process Consultant
- Appointment of Project Management Consultant
- Preparation of Bid Packages
- Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical
Specifications,
- Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of
conditions of contract, Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.,
Design Aspects of a Transmission System and Sub Station
System –Civil Aspects
Design Aspects of a Transmission System and Sub Station
System –Mechanical and Electrical Aspects
Design Aspects of a Sub Station –Control and Instrumentation
Aspects
Procurement Methodology, Contracting Procedure, Conditions
of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of
the Transmission and Sub Station Project.
64

Coordination at
Faridabad

Subject Code

H.8.5.
H.8.6.
H.8.7.

H.9.11.
H.9.12.
H.9.13.
H.9.14.
H.9.15.
H.9.16.
H.9.17.
H.9.18.

H.9.19.

H.9.20.
H.9.21.
H.9.22.
H.9.23.
H.9.24.
H.9.25.
H.9.26.
H.9.27.
H.9.28.
H.9.29.
H.9.30.
H.9.31.

Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues
Erection, Commissioning & Testing – Civil Aspects
Erection, Commissioning & Testing – Mechanical and
Electrical Aspects
Erection, Commissioning & Testing – Control and
Instrumentation Aspects
Operation & Maintenance aspects of Transmission line and
Sub Station
Power System Simulator
Global Best Practices in Transmission and Sub Station in the
Area of Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance, R
& D Initiatives
Private Sector Participation in Transmission
Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects:
- Indian Electricity Act.
- National Electricity Policy
- Indian Tariff Policy
- CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation,
- ABT and UI Concept
- Multi Year Tariffs
- Open Access
Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange
Transmission System and Sub Station System
HVDC transmission System
FACTS, SVC and Reactive Power Management
SCADA system
SMART Grid
Hot Line Transmission Maintenance and Insulator Washing
System
Emergency restoration System
Gas Insulated Sub Stations (GIS)
Safety Aspects
Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites
On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to
various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training)

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DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector and Transmission and Distribution since Independence. Role of SERCs.10 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE . H.10. Private Companies. Commissioning & Testing – Civil Aspects Erection.Appointment of Design Consultant .10. H..10. DPR Preparation Methodology Distribution Line Survey techniques Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.12. H. H. DISCO’s.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant . H.10. H. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Transmission and Sub Station Project. Commissioning & Testing – Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects of Distribution line and Sub Station 66 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code H. H. H.11.9.1. CPSUs.10.10. Commissioning & Testing – Mechanical and Electrical Aspects Erection. Contracting Procedure.10.10.10. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. State Undertakings. H.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.Preparation of Bid Packages .10. Design Aspects of a Distribution System (Distribution Lines and Sub Station System) – Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Distribution System (Distribution Lines and Sub Station System) – Mechanical and Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Sub Station – Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology. H.8.10.14.13. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).7.10.10.6.3. Role of Ministry of Power.4. Methodology of Project Implementation: . H. H.2. H. .H.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .10.10.5.

Indian Electricity Act. R & D Initiatives. Gas.25.1.17.21.16.Open Access Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Reactive Power Management SMART Grid Hot Line Transmission Maintenance and Insulator Washing System Gas Insulated Sub Stations (GIS) R-APDRP Scheme RGGVY Private Sector Participation in Distribution Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works / Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE H. H.National Electricity Policy . Regional grids in India. AT&C Loss Reduction techniques. H.10.26.22. Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: . and model question paper / question bank. SCADA System Global Best Practices in Distribution and Sub Station in the Area of Design. H. 67 and national grids. components of the Power System.ARR Calculation . .10.10. H. Institutional frame work.20. Sources of Power: Hydro.10. Construction.10.10.Indian Tariff Policy .10. .11 POWER SYSTEM OPERATION (Faculty shall prepare study material. Distribution of energy sources in the country.10.H.27. H. H.Multi Year Tariffs . H.28. H. Thermal.10.24.10. H.10. H.11.19. Nuclear.10.15.18.10. Subject Code H. Renewable.SERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation. Load development of state.10. . H. Power Sector overview-India – 3hrs Electricity Supply chain. Operation and Maintenance. regional Coordination at Faridabad H.23.ABT and UI Concept .) H.

Power System Harmonics and mitigation Over view of power system protection. Australia Policy.2. System protection schemes. Voltage swells. Substations: Layout. Inter connections.11. Equipment. Legislation – 6hrs Legal Framework. Grid connectivity standards. Ferranti effect. line voltage drop and power angle. Hydro. reactance. Sags. Measurement. Load Dispatch Centers in India. characteristics Power Sector overview-International – 3hrs System Operation – International Practices: PJM. Tariff Policy. Impedance protection and fault loops. fault resistance. Protection Zones. capacitors. Unbalance. congestion charge regulations. NEMMCO. impedance relay characteristics. UK. effect of load power factor on voltage drop and power angle The need to generate and provide MVAR. Grid Standards Regulations. Circuit Breakers: Types. auto transformers The effect of transmission line conductor resistance and inductance.3. 68 . NGC. construction. rotational speed. basic operating principles. Synchronous Condensers and Static VAR compensators Power Quality: Voltage flicker. unscheduled interchange regulations. selection and sizing.H. Terms and conditions of Tariff. Dispatch function. impedance. H. quadrilateral.11. Control Areas: regional and state power systems. activities of forum of regulators Power System Operation –18 hrs Characteristics of Thermal. mutual induction. USA. Transformers: Physical construction cooling arrangements. load encroachment. Gas. sources and sinks of reactive power. components. policies & regulations: Electricity Act 2003 (organizational set up in India. production of reactive power by line shunt capacitance. special characteristics. National Electricity Policy. Bus arrangements. operation. Overview of Generators. faults affecting impedance relay performance. effect of line loading on voltage drop and power angle. charging current required due to the line shunt capacitance. H. admittance (MHO). other regulations. Nord Pool. Tap changers. Nuclear. remote in feed. Metering Regulations Regulations – 12 hrs Regulatory Framework ERC Regulations and Comparative study of Regulations of Central and State ERCs: Indian Electricity Grid Code (IEGC).11. H. classification of protection relays.5. renewable power plants.4.11. Open Access Regulations. ETSO. Line reactive compensation equipment: Reactors.

MS Outlook. HIM. organized trading. Hardware-overview. capacity & energy markets. must – run stations. MS Excel. reactive energy account. Alarms. Trends.Protection for abnormal frequency and voltages. Commercial & Economic Aspects: Introduction to Power System Economics. Corporatization. System software – Displays.6. Communication network Information Technology tools: MS word. congestion rent. base load stations. validation and processing. modalities for access to transmission: Long term. preparation of daily schedules. market abuse and its mitigation: Market power and its evaluation. architecture. Microwave. Medium term.. privatization. open access: Bilateral contracts and power exchange transactions. Electricity Market Operation – 12 hrs Fundamentals of Electricity markets: Restructuring. Communication systems: Overview – VSAT. peaking stations. Disturbance data collection modules / HDR retrieval & playback. hardware protocols. Database. generation location & effect on losses. Metering and settlement: Measurement principles.7. main components. Optical fiber etc. Pool Operation Coordinated multilateral trading model. Short term System Logistics (SCADA/IT) – 6hrs SCADA / EMS: Overview. regional energy account. ancillary services market Settlement system – ABT & UI. Day – ahead resource scheduling: load forecasting. use of Internet 69 . shortages. competitive markets – pricing mechanisms. implications of market abuse. MS Power Point. Health check. power exchanges.11. Configuration. preparation of energy accounts billing. impact of transmission and system operation on electricity markets Whole Sale market design: Bilateral contracts. Electricity Markets. meter placement. E-mail. meter data collection. detection and avoidance of market abuse H. trouble shooting H. regulated markets. unscheduled interchange account. MS Access.11. balancing mechanism.

8. network reduction & equivalence. states of power system – normal. H.12.5.12. detection & identification of bad measurement. emergency.12.10.11.12.12. Pumped storage.12. H.12.12.12.12. network observability. H. Optimal power flowcost optimization. ATC in planning and operating time frames. grid code.13.12 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE ENERGY CONSERVATION AND ENERGY AUDIT Energy Conservation Act 2001 Identifying basic potential of conservation of Energy Thermal Energy System Electrical Energy System Energy Balancing Energy Management Energy Audit Audit for Buildings &Commercial Complexes Industrial Energy Audit Methodologies for Energy audit Energy Audit for Generation. H.12. H. loss optimization. contingency analysis H. state estimation – techniques. H.3.similar day forecast. Network studyNetwork modeling.11. Utilities H. planning criteria. unit commitment. H. historical data.8. power system equipment capacity & limits.12.1. 70 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code Power system reliability: Adequacy – Long term planning. H. connectivity standards.9. special devices like HVDC.H. Transmission and Distribution H.7.2. voltage & VAR scheduling. control optimization. Energy Management System – 6hrsEnergy Management System: Load forecasting. Requirement of reliability co-ordinators at organizational level .12. alert.4. grid standards. restorative. weather based load forecast. procurement security. Transmission capacity & transfer capability. H.6. FSC. Incentives for Energy Conservation H. Energy Efficient Equipment and Technologies H.12.

14. H. H. H.13.14.12. H.13 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AND POLLUTION CONTROL Energy and Ecology Legislation & standards for Noise. H.5.2.13.9. Air Pollution caused by coal & oil Demonstration of Air quality monitor Disease caused due to thermal power plant pollution and H.13.5.7.13.14.10. other impact.6.13. H.13.14. . H. H. Environnemental Impact Asses ment H. H.7.9.4.13.14.6. H.13.14.14.13.10. H.1.14.14.1. H.3. Environnemental Audit.11. H.14 GENERAL MANAGEMENT H. H.11.14.3.2. Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE H.13. H. H.8. H.14.Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code H.14.13. Air and Water Pollution Environmental Protection Act (EPA)-1986 Water pollution.4. Environnemental Issues in Power Sector H.8. H. Finance for non Finance Exécutives HR management Finance Management Materials Management Procurent Procédures Procurement Under World Bank guidelines E-Procurement Project Financing Power Trading Exchanges and Open Access Legal Aspects in Contract Management Accountancy Managerial Economics 71 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code H.

H.15. H. H. H.14.15. H.H.14.15.25.14. H.16. Subject Code H.13. H.14.15.) 72 Coordination at Faridabad H.26. Hydel and Gas) Power Plant Familiarization for Non Technical personnel (Thermal .7.24. H. H.14.3.14.14.2. H.8. H.14. H. H.1.15 COMPUTER RELATED COURSES H.5. H.19.21.14.15. Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Power Point Photo Shop Note pad Word Pad SMART draw Auto CAD Coral Draw Primavera MS Project MS Access Computer Hardware Computer Networking (LAN / WAN etc. H.15. H.10.14. H.17.15.28.15.22.14.15.9.13. H. H. Operation Management Management Information system Business Communication Skills Power Plant Familiarization for Technical Personnel (Thermal .18.14. H. H.15.14. H.15.14. . H. H.6. H.15. H.14.11.14.23.14.15.12.4. H.30.15. Hydel and Gas) Familiarization with Transmission and Distribution System for Non Technical personnel Delegation of Powers Disciplinary and Vigilance Procedures Corporate Social Responsibility Reservation Policy Seven Habits of Highly Effective people Training of Trainers in Communication Skills Leadership Skills How to enhance productivity in an Organization ERP Communication skills and public speaking Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Geographical Information System (GIS) applications NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE H.15.14.14.20.14.27.29. H.

15 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE THERMAL POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence. major projects in India. Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Mechanical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant –Control and Instrumentation Aspects Power Plant Chemistry Procurement Methodology.1. Role of CERC and SERCs. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.(I) Faculty / Consultants / Authors for review of study materials / I.Civil Aspects Erection. CPSUs.13 I. Site Selection.8 I. State Undertakings. Commissioning & Testing .1.1. Commissioning & Testing . Trading and Power Exchanges etc).1.1.1.1.12 I.10 I.1. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.Preparation of Bid Packages . Contracting Procedure.Electrical Aspects 73 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code manuals : .Appointment of Project Management Consultant . Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection. IPPs.1.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.1. Role of Ministry of Power.9 I.1.1.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .Mechanical Aspects Erection.2 I.6 I. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.4 I.. Plant Layout etc. .1. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.Appointment of Design Consultant . Methodology of Project Implementation: .1 I.1.7 I. Commissioning & Testing .1.3 I.5 I.1 I.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.11 I.14 I.

1.1.16 I.27 I.1.36 I.Mechanical Equipment (Turbine) Operation & Maintenance aspects.19 I.34 I.1.1.1.1.1. Construction.26 I.1.Electrical Lab Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Civil Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Mechanical Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Electrical Engineering Aspects Setting of Question Papers and Evaluation of Answer sheets – Control and Instrumentation Engineering Aspects 74 .1.ABT and UI Concept .22 I.Salient Aspects Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .1.30 I.28 I.1.20 I.1.Electrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspects. Operation and Maintenance Super Critical Technology. 2010.1. Commissioning & Testing .CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.1.24 I.39 I.1.Mechanical Equipment (Boiler) Operation & Maintenance aspects.1.31 I. .National Electricity Policy .35 I.Indian Electricity Act.1.Control and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Thermal Power Station Thermal Power Plant Simulator Global Best Practices in Thermal Engineering in the Area of Design.1.29 I.17 I.32 I.Mechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspects.21 I.40 Erection.1.33 I.I.1. .1.1.23 I.1.38 I.Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects.Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Implementation of UMPPs Private Sector Participation in Generation Tariff Based Bidding(Case-I and Case-II) Overview of Coal Requirements for Power Projects Safety Aspects Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the Labs.1.Indian Tariff Policy .37 I.25 I.18 I.

44 I.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .Preparation of Bid Packages . Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Mechanical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant –Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology.I.2.6 I. Contracting Procedure. Power Plant Familiarization (Types of Dams etc) DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).9 I. .2. major projects in India. Site Selection.41 .1 I. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. Role of Ministry of Power.2.Appointment of Design Consultant .. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues 75 Coordination at Faridabad I.42 I.7 I.2.1.1.1.43 Subject Code I. Methodology of Project Implementation: .2.4 I.11 Obtaining Feedback of Trainees. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract. Plant Layout etc. Role of CERC and SERCs.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.8 I.1. Analysis of Feedback and preparation of MIS Report for top management PRACTICALS Control and Instrumentation Lab Computer Lab Geographical Information System (GIS) Lab NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE HYDRO POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.2. CPSUs.2.2 I.2.5 I.2.Appointment of Project Management Consultant . IPPs. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders. State Undertakings.2.2 I.2.10 I.3 I.

Commissioning & Testing .Mechanical Equipment (Turbine) Operation & Maintenance aspects.31 I.I.Mechanical Aspects Erection.25 I.Control and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Hydro Power Station Hydro Power Plant Simulator Global Best Practices in Hydro Engineering in the area of Design.2.2.National Hydro Policy . Operation and Maintenance Private Sector Participation in Generation Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .21 I.24 I.33 I. 2010.2.28 I. Commissioning & Testing .34 I.2.20 I.2.2.2.Silt Lab Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the Labs.18 I. . Commissioning & Testing .Hydro Lab Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) PRACTICALS Hydro and Silt Lab Electrical Lab Digital Electronics and Communication Lab Control and Instrumentation Lab 76 .2.Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects. .35 Erection.2.14 I.ABT and UI Concept .13 I.2.23 I.2.19 I.12 I.2.17 I.2.Civil Aspects Erection.2.2.16 I. Commissioning & Testing .29 I.Electrical Aspects Erection.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.2.30 I.22 I.26 I.2.National Electricity Policy .2.2.2.Electrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspects.Indian Tariff Policy . Construction.2.15 I.2.32 I.27 I.2.2.Mechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspects.Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Lectures on Various labs and Conducting Practical’s in the Labs.Indian Electricity Act.

3.Mechanical Aspects Erection.I. Role of Ministry of Power.3.Electrical Aspects Erection. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders. Plant Layout etc. major projects in India.5 I.2 I.Mechanical Equipment (Gas Turbine) 77 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code I. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.10 I.7 I.4 I.11 I.16 I.Civil Aspects Erection. CPSUs.3.9 I. Commissioning & Testing . Commissioning & Testing . IPPs.8 I.Appointment of Project Management Consultant . Commissioning & Testing . Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.6 I.Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects.3. Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Mechanical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant -Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Power Plant –Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology.3 I.Preparation of Bid Packages .3. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).3 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE .3.12 I.3.3.Appointment of Design Consultant .14 I.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.3.3.3. Role of CERC and SERCs. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.15 I.3.13 I. Commissioning & Testing .1 I.17 COMBINED CYCLE GAS POWER GENERATION Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.3. State Undertakings. ..Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .3. Methodology of Project Implementation: .3.3.3.Mechanical Equipment (Boiler) Operation & Maintenance aspects. Site Selection. Contracting Procedure.

3.Control and Instrumentation Equipments Energy Efficiency in Gas Based Power Station Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plant Simulator Global Best Practices in Gas based Power Projects in the Area of Design. 78 Coordination at Faridabad I. State Undertakings.3.3.20 I.22 I.25 I. CPSUs.Electrical Equipments Operation & Maintenance aspects.19 I.3.27 I. IPPs.3. Trading and Power Exchanges etc). 2010.Indian Tariff Policy . Role of CERC and SERCs.3. Operation and Maintenance.18 .29 Subject Code I.3.Multi Year Tariffs Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Overview of Gas Requirements for Power Projects Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Safety Aspects Visit to Manufacturer’s works / Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (SOLAR PHOTO VOLTAIC AND SOLAR THERMAL) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.24 I.National Electricity Policy .Indian Electricity Act.4. major projects in India.I.21 I.3.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation. Construction. Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .3.28 I.26 I.ABT and UI Concept .3.Mechanical Equipment (Balance of Plant Equipments) Operation & Maintenance aspects. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.1 Operation & Maintenance aspects.23 I. .30 I.4 I.3. .3.3.

4.4. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works / Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) 79 .4.4.4.2 I.4.Indian Tariff Policy .4 I.4.4.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.4.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .8 I. Methodology of Project Implementation: . Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection. .Indian Electricity Act.4. . Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.4.14 I. Plant Layout etc.11 I. Contracting Procedure.16 I.9 I. Construction.Incentives for Solar Projects by Central and State Governments.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant . Design Aspects of a Power Plant – Solar Photo Voltaic and Solar Thermal Procurement Methodology.4.4.13 I.3 I. Site Selection.7 I..4.Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs .Appointment of Design Consultant .4. Major Solar projects in India.15 I. Manufacturing trends in Solar PV industries and leading manufacturers of Solar Equipments. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.National Electricity Policy .4.4. Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Solar Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design. Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .I. .4.18 I.12 I.19 Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.10 I.6 I. Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission Risk and Major challenges in development of Solar Power.5 I.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.Preparation of Bid Packages .17 I.

Design Aspects of a Power Plant Procurement Methodology. CPSUs. Methodology of Project Implementation: .I.10 I.5.6 I.5.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .Appointment of Design Consultant .5. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders. Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: 80 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code I.5 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE . Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.5.9 I.5. Contracting Procedure.7 I.Appointment of Project Management Consultant .5.5.3 I. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.12 I. State Undertakings.8 I.5. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.5. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).11 I.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract. Manufacturing trends in Bio Mass industries and leading manufacturer of Bio Mass Equipments.5.5. Construction.2 I.13 RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (BIO MASS / BIOGAS / COGENERATION) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment. . Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Bio Mass Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design.5.5 I.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.1 I. major projects in India. Role of CERC and SERCs. Plant Layout etc. IPPs. Major Bio Mass projects in India. Site Selection..Preparation of Bid Packages .4 I.5.

15 I.6.1 I.6.I.17 Subject Code I. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical 81 Coordination at Faridabad - .5. .16 I.Appointment of Project Management Consultant . Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment. Methodology of Project Implementation: .5.Appointment of Design Consultant .5.Preparation of Bid Packages .5 I.3 I. CPSUs.6.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .6. Role of CERC and SERCs.4 I. Trading and Power Exchanges etc). Major Wind projects in India. Site Selection. State Undertakings.6 Indian Electricity Act.6. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (WIND) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.14 I. Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs Incentives for Bio Mass Projects by Central & State Governments.5.5.18 I.2 I. Manufacturing trends in Wind Turbines and leading manufacturers of Wind Turbines.6 I. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Risk and Major challenges in development of Bio Mass Projects.6. National Electricity Policy Indian Tariff Policy CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation. major projects in India. Plant Layout etc. IPPs.

Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.7. .6.Indian Electricity Act. Contracting Procedure.6. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.14 I. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.17 Subject Code I.6. major projects in India.I.6.9 I.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation..1 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS (SMALL HYDRO) Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector since Independence.7 I. State Undertakings.6.Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs .16 I. Construction.12 I. Role of CERC and SERCs.15 I.6. .6.6. Procurement Methodology.6. Design Aspects of a Wind Power Project.11 I. Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Wind Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design. . Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works / Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) .18 I. IPPs. Role of Ministry of Power / MNRE.10 I. .National Electricity Policy .13 I. CPSUs.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.8 Specifications. Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .Indian Tariff Policy .6.6.Incentives for Wind Projects by Central and State Governments. Trading and Power 82 Coordination at Faridabad I.7 I.Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Risk and Major challenges in development of Wind Power Projects.6.

7 I.13 I.15 I. . Plant Layout etc. Contracting Procedure.7.10 I.4 I.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract.7. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Power Project.7..Appointment of Project Management Consultant .7.12 I.7. Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.5 I.7.Indian Electricity Act.7.Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.Preparation of Bid Packages .16 I. Manufacturing trends in Small Hydro Projects and leading manufacturer of Small Hydro Project Equipments.8 I.7.Tariff Orders issued by various SERCs .17 I.Concept of Renewable Energy Certificates Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Risk and Major challenges in development of Small Hydro Power Projects.14 I.National Electricity Policy . Procurement Methodology. Commissioning & Testing Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspectsGlobal Best Practices in Small Hydro Power Plant Engineering in the Area of Design.7.6 I.Indian Tariff Policy .7.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant .7. Construction.7. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Visit to Manufacturer’s works / Project sites On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees to various organizations and coordinate On the Job Training) 83 .11 I. Power Plant Familiarization DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.3 I.9 I. .7. Operation and Maintenance Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .2 I. Major Small Hydro projects in India.7.I.7. Site Selection.Incentives for Small Hydro Projects by Central and State Governments. Design Aspects of a Small Hydro Power Project.Appointment of Design Consultant .7. . Methodology of Project Implementation: .18 Exchanges etc). Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.7. .

1 I. IPPs.8 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE .5 I.9.3 I.9. Trading and Power Exchanges etc).8.8.1 I.8.3 I. major projects in India.8.9. Over view of Transmission system and Sub Station System DPR Preparation including Environmental Impact Assessment.2 I. Route selection Site Selection.Appointment of Design Consultant . Role of Ministry of Power. State Undertakings.2 I. Transmission Line Survey techniques based on GIS and Satellite Imagery system Methodology of Project Appraisal and Sanction of Loans by Lenders.9 I. CPSUs.9.Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code ADVANCED POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES Subject Code I.8.4 I.9.5 I.9.7 I.Appointment of Bid Process Consultant 84 Coordination at Faridabad I. Role of CERC and SERCs.6 Super Critical Technologies Futuristic Technologies Fluidized Bed Technology Energy Storage Recent Trends in Power Generation Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle ( (IGCC) Distributed Generation NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE POWER TRANSMISSION AND SUB STATION SYSTEM Overview of Power Scenario in India (Growth of Power Sector and Transmission since Independence.8. Sub Station Layout etc. Methodology of Project Implementation: .4 I.6 I.8.

9.24 I.Open Access Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange Transmission System and Sub Station System HVDC transmission System FACTS. Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for implementation of the Transmission and Sub Station Project.9. .13 I. Design Aspects of a Transmission System and Sub Station System –Civil Aspects Design Aspects of a Transmission System and Sub Station System –Mechanical and Electrical Aspects Design Aspects of a Sub Station –Control and Instrumentation Aspects Procurement Methodology. Commissioning & Testing – Mechanical and Electrical Aspects Erection.16 I.7 I.9.Multi Year Tariffs .9.15 I.Indian Tariff Policy .- I.9.9.CERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation.9.9. Commissioning & Testing – Civil Aspects Erection.14 I.23 I. Bid Proposal Sheets Etc.22 I.9.9.21 I.National Electricity Policy .10 I.Preparation of Bid Documents inter-alia consisting of conditions of contract. Construction.19 I.9 I.12 I. R & D Initiatives Private Sector Participation in Transmission Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects: .9. Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues Erection.9. Operation and Maintenance. SVC and Reactive Power Management SCADA system SMART Grid Hot Line Transmission Maintenance and Insulator Washing System 85 ..25 I.Indian Electricity Act.ABT and UI Concept .11 I.20 I.18 I.9. Contracting Procedure.9.9. .9.8 I. Commissioning & Testing – Control and Instrumentation Aspects Operation & Maintenance aspects of Transmission line and Sub Station Power System Simulator Global Best Practices in Transmission and Sub Station in the Area of Design.9. .9.9.17 I.26 Appointment of Project Management Consultant Preparation of Bid Packages Design of Plant and Preparation of Detail Technical Specifications.9.

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Conditions of Contract and Evaluation methodology for
implementation of the Transmission and Sub Station
Project.
Quality Assurance and Inspection related issues
Erection, Commissioning & Testing – Civil Aspects
Erection, Commissioning & Testing – Mechanical and
Electrical Aspects
Erection, Commissioning & Testing – Control and
Instrumentation Aspects
Operation & Maintenance aspects of Distribution line and
Sub Station
SCADA System
Global Best Practices in Distribution and Sub Station in the
Area of Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance,
R & D Initiatives, AT&C Loss Reduction techniques.
Commercial/ Regulatory Aspects:
- Indian Electricity Act.
- National Electricity Policy
- Indian Tariff Policy
- SERC Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulation,
- ABT and UI Concept
- Multi Year Tariffs
- ARR Calculation
- Open Access
Concept of Power Trading and Power Exchange
Reactive Power Management
SMART Grid
Hot Line Transmission Maintenance and Insulator Washing
System
Gas Insulated Sub Stations (GIS)
R-APDRP Scheme
RGGVY
Private Sector Participation in Distribution
Safety Aspects
Visit to Manufacturer’s works/Project sites
On the Job Training (The work will Involve taking trainees
to various organizations and coordinate On the Job
Training)

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POWER SYSTEM OPERATION
(Faculty shall review study material and model question
paper / question bank.)
Power Sector overview-India – 3hrs
Electricity Supply chain, components of the Power System,
Sources of Power: Hydro, Thermal, Nuclear, Gas,
Renewable. Distribution of energy sources in the country,
Institutional frame work, Regional grids in India,
development of state, regional and national grids. Load
Dispatch function, Load Dispatch Centers in India, Control
Areas: regional and state power systems, Inter
connections, characteristics
Power Sector overview-International – 3hrs System
Operation – International Practices: PJM, USA, NGC, UK,
Nord Pool, ETSO, NEMMCO, Australia
Policy, Legislation – 6hrs
Legal Framework, policies & regulations: Electricity Act
2003 (organizational set up in India, National Electricity
Policy, Tariff Policy, Grid connectivity standards, Grid
Standards Regulations, Metering Regulations
Regulations – 12 hrs
Regulatory Framework ERC Regulations and Comparative
study of Regulations of Central and State ERCs: Indian
Electricity Grid Code (IEGC), Open Access Regulations,
Terms and conditions of Tariff, unscheduled interchange
regulations, congestion charge regulations, other
regulations, activities of forum of regulators
Power System Operation –18 hrs Characteristics of
Thermal, Hydro, Gas, Nuclear, renewable power plants.
Overview of Generators, components, basic operating
principles, rotational speed.
Substations: Layout, Equipment, Bus arrangements.
Circuit Breakers: Types, construction, operation, selection
and sizing, Transformers: Physical construction cooling
arrangements, Tap changers, auto transformers
The effect of transmission line conductor resistance and
inductance, line voltage drop and power angle, effect of line
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Faridabad

Subject Code
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NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE

reactance. capacitors. open access: Bilateral contracts and power exchange transactions. remote in feed. quadrilateral. reactive energy account. load encroachment. Unbalance. congestion rent. Electricity Market Operation – 12 hrs Fundamentals of Electricity markets: Restructuring.6 loading on voltage drop and power angle.11. detection and avoidance of market abuse Metering and settlement: Measurement principles. sources and sinks of reactive power. special characteristics. Electricity Markets. Day – ahead resource scheduling: load forecasting. must – run stations. fault resistance. Line reactive compensation equipment: Reactors. charging current required due to the line shunt capacitance. Protection Zones. meter data collection. unscheduled interchange account. Measurement. Protection for abnormal frequency and voltages. production of reactive power by line shunt capacitance. generation location & effect on losses. Synchronous Condensers and Static VAR compensators Power Quality: Voltage flicker. Impedance protection and fault loops. shortages. Sags. privatization. impedance. base load stations. effect of load power factor on voltage drop and power angle The need to generate and provide MVAR. implications of market abuse. classification of protection relays. impedance relay characteristics. Power System Harmonics and mitigation Over view of power system protection.I. System protection schemes. 89 . Ferranti effect. admittance (MHO). preparation of energy accounts billing. competitive markets – pricing mechanisms. Pool Operation Coordinated multilateral trading model. validation and processing. organized trading. power exchanges. mutual induction. regulated markets. Voltage swells. market abuse and its mitigation: Market power and its evaluation. Corporatization. meter placement. peaking stations. regional energy account. Commercial & Economic Aspects: Introduction to Power System Economics. preparation of daily schedules. faults affecting impedance relay performance. impact of transmission and system operation on electricity markets Whole Sale market design: Bilateral contracts.

similar day forecast.capacity & energy markets. Configuration. loss optimization.7 System Logistics (SCADA/IT) – 6hrs SCADA / EMS: Overview. Pumped storage. detection & identification of bad measurement. procurement security. System software – Displays. grid standards. states of power system – normal. architecture. Alarms. main components. weather based load forecast. balancing mechanism. ATC in planning and operating time frames. historical data. voltage & VAR scheduling. emergency. modalities for access to transmission: Long term. Database. special devices like HVDC. MS Outlook. Medium term. MS Access. E-mail..11. grid code.11. Requirement of reliability co-ordinators at organizational level 90 . control optimization. Trends. Communication network I. hardware protocols. Microwave. planning criteria. unit commitment. ancillary services market Settlement system – ABT & UI. restorative.8 Information Technology tools: MS word. HIM. Short term I. use of Internet Energy Management System – 6hrsEnergy Management System: Load forecasting. Hardware-overview. Health check. alert. Network studyNetwork modeling. connectivity standards. Disturbance data collection modules / HDR retrieval & playback. Transmission capacity & transfer capability. Optimal power flowcost optimization. Optical fiber etc. state estimation – techniques. contingency analysis Power system reliability: Adequacy – Long term planning. power system equipment capacity & limits. MS Power Point. MS Excel. network observability. network reduction & equivalence. FSC. trouble shooting Communication systems: Overview – VSAT.

7 I.12 Incentives for Energy Conservation I.13 Energy Efficient Equipment and Technologies I.2 I.Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code I.13.11 .4 I.13.12.12 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE ENERGY CONSERVATION AND ENERGY AUDIT Energy Conservation Act 2001 Identifying basic potential of conservation of Energy Thermal Energy System Electrical Energy System Energy Balancing Energy Management Energy Audit Audit for Buildings &Commercial Complexes Industrial Energy Audit Methodologies for Energy audit Energy Audit for Generation.12.12.8 NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AND POLLUTION CONTROL Energy and Ecology Legislation & standards for Noise.13.12.6 I.9 I.10 I.12. Environnemental Impact Asses ment 91 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code I.1 I.12.12.2 I.7 I.13.5 I.12.12.12.12.8 I.6 I.13.12.4 I. Air and Water Pollution Environmental Protection Act (EPA)-1986 Water pollution.5 I.1 I.13.12.13. Transmission and Distribution Utilities I. Air Pollution caused by coal & oil Demonstration of Air quality monitor Disease caused due to thermal power plant pollution and other impact.13.3 I.3 I.13 I.

14 I.12 I.9 I.14.14.14.13 I.10 I.24 I.25 I.18 I.26 I.14.14.14.2 I.14.21 I.13.14.13.8 I.19 I.14 GENERAL MANAGEMENT I.27 I.14.17 I.10 I.14.15 I.14.14.28 I. Hydel and Gas) Familiarization with Transmission and Distribution System for Non Technical personnel Delegation of Powers Disciplinary and Vigilance Procedures Corporate Social Responsibility Reservation Policy Seven Habits of Highly Effective people Training of Trainers in Communication Skills Leadership Skills How to enhance productivity in an Organization ERP Communication skills and public speaking Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Concept Geographical Information System (GIS) applications I.14.14.9 I.14.22 I.30 92 Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code I.14.16 Finance for non Finance Exécutives HR management Finance Management Materials Management Procurent Procédures Procurement Under World Bank guidelines E-Procurement Project Financing Power Trading Exchanges and Open Access Legal Aspects in Contract Management Accountancy Managerial Economics Operation Management Management Information system Business Communication Skills Power Plant Familiarization for Technical Personnel (Thermal . Hydel and Gas) Power Plant Familiarization for Non Technical personnel (Thermal .Environnemental Audit. Environnemental Issues in Power Sector Visit to Manufacturer’s works / Project sites NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE I.6 I.14.14.14.1 I.14.13.20 I.14.23 I.7 I.4 I.11 .14.3 I.14.14.14.14.14.11 I.14.14.29 I.14.5 I.

9 I.15.15.5 I.15.3 I.6 I.15.7 I.2 I.15.1 I.14 Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Power Point Photo Shop Note pad Word Pad SMART draw Auto CAD Coral Draw Primavera MS Project MS Access Computer Hardware Computer Networking (LAN / WAN etc. S. They shall regularly submit progress report and exception report to the top management of NPTI.15.) (J) NPTI Monitors for monitoring the performance of above activities or any of the existing activities of NPTI.15.10 I.15.15. Their job shall include travel to various locations for which TA/DA shall be paid by NPTI.15.15. (Coordination will be done by corporate office Faridabad). No Description J.15 COMPUTER RELATED COURSES I.15.13 I. The Monitors shall monitor the various activities as listed above or any of the existing activities of NPTI.4 I.8 I. Faridabad .11 I.15.1 Monitors 93 Coordination will be done by Corporate office.15.Coordination at Faridabad Subject Code NAME OF THE SUBJECT / COURSE I.12 I.

Preparation of computer based training (CBT) programs.9 K. Technical consultants (Electrical) Technical consultants (Mechanical) Technical consultants (C&I) Technical consultants (IT / Computers / Website designing) Technical consultants (Civil) Finance and Accounts Procurement Corporate communication / PR related work / Publication of in house News letter etc. No Description K.1. Faridabad. contract agreements.1.3 K.(K) Full time / Part time consultants to assist in the following activities of NPTI.6 K.12 General Coordination work related to various courses being conducted by NPTI. Faridabad S. disputes.1.10 K.1.1. Coordination will be done by Corporate office.7 K.8 K. web based training programs etc.1 Consultants Full time / Part time K.1 K. CAT cases etc.1. 94 . HR (HRM and HRD) related work.1.1. Law related work like rendering advice on service matters.1. court cases.1.1.1. arbitration.11 K. at Corporate office.4 K.5 K.2 K.