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National Thermal Power Corporation

A
Presentation

On
Setting-up of

A World Class
Energy Technology & Research Institute
By:
Dr R.R.Sonde Ph.D, FNAE
On 3/8/2004

Synopsis
A. NTPC Profile
B Technology Centre in Energy-- The Imperatives

C. The Roadmap for Technology Centre

D. Net working with institutes

Part-A
NTPC Profile

Genesis & Vision of NTPC

NTPC was set up in 1975 in the central sector to

bridge the widening gap of demand and supply


of power in India.

NTPC Vision
To be one of the worlds largest and best

power utilities, powering Indias growth

NTPC-The Premier Power Company


Present Generation Capacity is 22,249 MW
(Nos.)

CAPACITY (MW)

NTPC OWNED
COAL
GAS / LIQ. FUEL
TOTAL

13

17,980

3,955

20

21,935

3
23

314
22,249

OWNED BY JVCs
COAL
GRAND TOTAL

In addition, NTPC also manages Badarpur Thermal Power


Station (705 MW ) of GOI in Delhi.

NTPC Today- Lighting 1/4th of India


One of the largest thermal generator in the World- Data Monitor UK
The Business- BOO thermal plants
Projects: Full in-house implementation
O&M: Purchase fuel to bulk power sale
Consulting:
full electricity value chain

NTPC- CAPACITY PROFILE


(MW)
Capacity

Fuel Mix

Present

22,249

Constrctn

5,000 +

Active

9,000 +

Coal

17,000 +

Gas

4000 +

Technology Conv- Sub 500/200

13 Coal Stations
7 Gas Stations

CCPP-GT

80-150

NTPC is surging ahead to add another 20,000 MW and become 40,000 MW company by 2012

Global Stature
Sixth Among the Top Ten Global Thermal Generators
TWH 2001
600

501

500
400
300

175

152

200

146

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Financial Performance
Rs. Crores
30000
TURNOVER

25000

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PROFIT

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5000

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Years

NTPC - 2017
In summary, NTPC would be a leading power utility
in the world by 2017, in line with its current vision

NTPC in 2017
Fortune 500 company

An Indian MNC with presence in many countries

Diversified utility with multiple businesses

Amongst top five market capitalisation in the Indian market

Group turnover1 of over Rs. 1,400 Bn with 30000+ employees

Setting benchmarks in project construction and availability


and efficiency

Have a strong research and technology base

Loyal customer base in both bulk and retail supply

Preferred employer

A leading corporate citizen with a keen focus on executing its


social responsibility

Part-B
A Technology Centre in NTPC
The Imperatives

Technology and Indian Power Sector- an Overview


Industry

Technology Development Pursuit


- an enabler to sectoral reforms

R&D Labs

Academia

The Origin & Growth of World Class Organizations

Exponential
Growth
Organization
Further R&D
(MDR)

Strong
Operations,
Finance, HR,
Marketing
Functions

- Product improvement
- Process Improvement
- New Process Development
- New Product Idea

Technology Build
up

Prime Examples
UOP

Xytel

Product Idea/
Conception

- General Electric
- DOW

Fundamental Research
(DDR)
In Labs, Academics

- DuPont,
- Bayer

Hitherto NTPC Story


Exponential
Growth

Organization

Strong Engg,
Projects, O&M,
Finance, HR
Functions
Technology
Implantation

Further R&D
- Product improvement
- Process Improvement
- New Process Development
- New Product Idea

Technology Build
up

Product Idea/
Conception

The need is :

- Return to original Model


- While maintaining strengths

Fundamental Research
In Labs, Academics

This will require two


pronged Approach

Electricity Sector, is today facing similar technology questions as it faced 50 years back

Total Capacity (MW)

120000

Sellers Market

90000

Buyers Market

Paradigm Shift

60000
30000
0
1940

1950

Technology Status

Full Plant Import

Industry Setup

Monolithic SEBs

Challenge

1960

Jump Start Capacity Addition

1970
Indigenous
Manufacture

1980
Design Copy

1990
User Driven
Customizations

2010

2020

2030

Design
Replication

IPPs Regulators Distribution


Focus

Central Utilities

Rapid Capacity Addition

2004

PLF Maximize

Efficiency Focus Cost Focus Environment Focus Power Delivery

The technology approach adopted to jump start capacity appears inadequate in the
changing business scenario

New Business Environment Drivers


Two Part Tariff
Cost (+) Basis
Generous
Normative
Performance Levels

Regulatory
Regime
Norms Tightened

No Norms
Market Forces
COG POG

COG:

Profits:

Deregulation
Price Cost > 0

Sellers Market
Power is Purchased
Hand Holding By Govt.
Making Power in
Plenty & Also Make Money

Paradigm
Shift

Buyers Market
Power Has to be sold
Survival of the Fittest
Making Plenty of Money
Through Power

Worldwide the Technology Development and Engineering are two separate


activities...

Plant EngineeringProfessional Engineers Cult

Technology Developer

Checks on Drawings
and Documents

Industry

System

Tech
Lab Development
Academia
Utility

License

Manufacturer

Technology Development
- USP of developed world

Plant
Engineering
Integration
Manufacturer inspection
shop, site tests

NTPC- Driven by Technology


Strong Engg,
Projects, O&M,

Exponential
Growth

Strong Finance,
HR Functions

Organization

Cost Reduction

Technological Growth Engines

Intensified Products &


Processes

Technology Build
up

Integration of Technology
Development of Required
Knowledge & Technology
Identification of
Performance Gaps
Product improvement
Process Improvement

Product Idea/
Conception
Fundamental Research
In-house, Labs, Academics

New Process Development


New Product Idea

Product improvement, Process Improvement


New Process Development, New Product Idea

Emergence of Technology Implant Culture in India- so internalized that these are no longer viewed
as problems...
Equipment Supply Industry

Power Generation Utility

Collaborator

Operations

Engineering
Design Copy

Central Groups

Plant System Design


Technology Customization
Equipment Design Review

Equipment
Manufacturer

Station

Station

Station

Station

Equipment

Project

No new technology
development
Poor technology
customization
Weak technology
improvement
Hamstrung cost
improvements

Inadequate system design


improvements
Inadequate equipment
design intervention
Inadequate use of Project
Management techniques
Engg Services dormant
No cost rationalization
instruments

Missing self improvement & correction


instruments
Bloated and outdated maintenance
approach
Heavy Inventories
Sluggish Procurement methods
Inoptimal workforce utilization
Inadequate focus on fuel component
O&M services market lying dormant

The weak links are a result of the technology import culture from the Colonial legacy- especially as
Electricity was considered an input and not an end unlike Space and Nuclear sectors

The reason is late Indian entry to technology development arena. Affluent nations have had the
advantage of SEQUENTIAL DEVELOPMENT facilitating knowledge systems development
UK
Germany
USA
Russia
Japan

OEM
Countries
Scenario

Technology Multiplication

Electricity Technology Development

Engineering Sciences Development

1800

1850

1900

1950

2000

Indian Entry

Indian
Industry
Scenario

Missed Opportunity
Few Technical Institutes established
No involvement in Engg. Sciences
Import escapism culture established
No studies on domestic conditions
Poor industry quality consciousness

Systemic Distortions
Focus on Equipment Multiplication
Electricity perceived as an input
Availability of easy imports
Low focus on T.D. development
Imported designs were implanted

Technology implants in the Electricity sector have had serious fall out on development of
knowledge systems which are required for Technology Development

The effect entered even organisations set ups which do not differentiate between
knowledge work, service functions and skill work

Typical Indian Organization


Mixed up knowledge and service functions
No education differentiation at entry
Absence of filters on Management Levels
Undifferentiated manpower movement
No separate specialist cadres

Presence of distinct knowledge groups in the company structure provides a robust


framework which facilitates informed management decisions and provides internal
resources for new programme conceptualisation, roll out and midcourse corrections.

The sequential development in original technology countries resulted in


evolution of country wide systems with Knowledge and Technology focus...
The Originals
UK
Germany
USA

Equipment
Manufacturer

Equipment

Russia
Japan

Power
Knowledge
Center

Power
Plant
School

Power
Technology
Center

Universities

Labs

The differentiator and key enabler in such systems is the collaboration of


industry-labs- academia- The GOLDEN TRIANGLE

For the Indian Power Sector to grow on the competitive turf spread by the new
Electricity Law it is necessary to establish the Golden Triangle...

Equipment
Manufacturer

Industry
Equipment

Design Copy

Utility
Power
Knowledge
Center

Power
Plant
School

Power
Technology
Center

R&D Labs

Academia

The Fundamental Pre-requisite


Universities

Labs

Competition alone- which is one key objective of the new target framework without the systemic enablers will have limited improvement potential

Challenges For Enterprise Delivery


Price

Critical Success
Factors

To Make NTPC Lowest Cost Power Generator

Challenge
Cost/ MW
NEW BUILDS:
Arrest and Reverse Increasing Trend in Capital
Cost Without Compromising Quality

Strategic
intervention for
selective technology
Years
induction
required

Dramatic Cost
Reductions Required
OPERATING STATIONS:
-Destination
Arrest and Reverse Increasing
Trend ofNo.1
Maintenance

Availability
Maint. Cost

Cost
Maximize Availability and Efficiency
Age

Challenge

The new environment is creating Paradigm Mismatches for the utilities


Commercial
- Making Power

- Making Money

- Maximize Generation

- Maximize Profit

New Build
High End (VX)!!!

Low End (LX)

O&M Strategies

- Predominantly
Replacement Based
- Proactive Condition Based
- High Spare Inventory

Required
Shift

- Risk Based
Maintenance
- Spares: Just In Time
Philosophy

R&M Strategies
Predominantly
Replacement Based

Risk Based

Changing Times- the real challenge


Indian society today stands on a cusp beyond which progress will telescopically expand

Cost Reductions- a quickly reachable destination


Systematic strategies are the only requirement
Solvable in 5-10 years time
Need to look at the bigger picture

The real challenge lies in the future


- Dramatic changes are in the offing
- Power sector has to shoulder these
The power sector has to reorient itself to the new challenges for positive deliverance

World Energy Systems- getting electrified and decarbonized


The world is predicted to become more and more dependent on electricity
World Benchmarks- Global Energy System

2000

2020

2050

Population (billion)

6.2

10

Primary Energy, Gtoe/yr

10

13

17

Electricity Fraction of primary energy (%)

0.38

0.5

0.7

Electricity Consumption (trillion kWh/yr)

13

28

60

Electricity Generating Capacity (thousands of GW)

10

Maximum Carbon Emissions (GT per year)

10

Destination No. 2
- Resolve Energy/
Carbon Challenge

Global warming turnaround is not possible without developing countries participations

Indian Energy Systems- rapidly changing scenario


India is changing in all spheres- population quality, infrastructure, social fabric, govt. role

The huge capacity will


Destination No.3
require a equally large,
reliable and intelligent
- Strengthen the
power delivery system
power delivery

system

The emerging
Destination No.
intelligent
4
society will give
rise to Customer - Enable
Managed
customer
Service
managed
Networks
service

networks
Utility Company

wires

Destination
No. 5

Pipes

The question of sustainability of such mega development will naturally require a solution
Power will have to metamorph into a new role in the future electricity dependent society

Power Distribution Technologies


Customer level intelligent automation system to
ensure harmonic detection, proper metering,
identification & control on overloading feeders,
CAD distribution transformers & data
communication systems
Custom power devices
Distributed power generation software

Power Transmission

Voltage stability assessment & control

Power system controllers


Operational strategies for maximising regional

power transfer
Wide area measurement & protection

Destination Identification- infinity vision


KEY
RESULTS
Affordable
Power
Power to all
24x7 power
Destination5

Green Power
Digital Power

Destination4
Destination3
Destination1

Reduction
in cost of
power

2010

Destination2

Achieving the
EnergyEnvironment
Harmony

2015

Strengthening
the Power
Delivery
Infrastructure

Managing
Global
Sustainability

Enabling
Digital
Society

2020
2025
T I M E

Technological
Growth Engines

Sustainable
Development
National
Prosperity

2030

An Infinity Vision for the future emerges ...

Certain broad interventions for reaching the identified Destinations emerge from
the Technology Driver-Destinations Matrix have been identified
Knowledge and
Technology Drivers

Cost Reductions

Managing
Energy/Carbon
Conflict

StrengthenPower Delivery
System

Enabling
Customer
Managed Ser
Networks

Managing
Sustainability
Challenge

System
Improvements
Micro Technology
Interventions
Distributed
Generation
Advanced Coal
Conversion

Hybrid Power
Systems

Studies are underway to identify Technology drivers for destinations like enabling
customer managed service networks.

Actualization of the technology initiatives calls both for Systemic Improvements


as well as Technology Development

New Initiatives
Revisit Procurement needs &
specifications
Technology Options Studies
Village specific technology
solutions
Availability Studies
Reliability Studies
Heat Rate Initiatives
Stations Modernization focus
Fuel Options Studies
Fuel Price Reduction Advocacy
New Ash utilization Initiative
New O&M Services Initiative
Centralized Procurement
Shared Maintenance Services
Inventory Management Focus
Productivity Enhancements

Knowledge Activity Consolidation


Automate non-value added jobs
Create Knowledge Platforms
Create Power Plant Schools
Create Technology Platforms
Knowledge Groups in companies
Knowledge Worker Sustenance
Network with external agencies

Technology Initiatives
IGCC development for Indian coal
Hybrid power system development
Distributed Generation Options
Carbon Sequestration Technologies
Fuel Cell technologies
Low grade heat utilization
SPM reduction technologies
On-line Energy Intensification and
Diagnostic Model (EIDM)
Resource optimization & site
integration technologies (water,
ash, chemicals)
Ageing Management TechnologiesCorrosion/Erosion/ Fatigue, creep/
Coatings
Robotized Maintenance Systems

Immediate Actions
TM-1.1: Low Grade Heat Utilization : Phase - III
- Condensate Heating Using Flue Gas
- Air Conditioning & CW Cooling Through Extra IP Exhaust Steam
Part Condensate

- Integration of Solar Power & Kalina Cycle

Return

Solar Heating

ID - A

Chimney
ID - B

Solar Heating
Additional Steam
Turbine
Ammonia Turbine
Saved IP
Exhaust Steam

Kalina Cycle
Stirling Engine

Ammonia
Absorption
Chilling

Control Room
Cooling

CW Cooling

Completion Schedule : Dec06

ESP Technologies [RT-EP]


SPM Control Technologies: Flue Gas Conditioning Solutions
Flue Gas
Conditioning System

Ammonia
based FGC

SO3
based FGC

Dual FGC

Humidification
System

Hybrid

Aqueous
Ammonia FGC

Molten Sulfur
FGC

Water Fogging
System

Anhydrous
Ammonia FGC

Granular Sulfur
FGC

Water Mist
System

Urea based
Ammonia FGC

Native SO2
Conversion
System

Steam Injection
System

FGC

In-Line SO2
Conversion
System

FGC Technology
Ammonia based FGC
External SO3 injection based FGC
Internal SO2 conversion based FGC
Dual FGC System
Humidification FGC System
Hybrid FGC System

Expected Date
March2K5
Sept2K5
March2K6
Dec2K5
March2K5
Dec2K5

Target SPM
100 mg/Nm3
75 mg/Nm3
75 mg/Nm3
50 mg/Nm3
< 50 mg/Nm3

ESP Technologies [RT-EP]


SPM Control Technologies: Flue Gas Distribution System
Flue Gas Distribution

Skewed Gas flow


Distribution

Uniform Gas flow


Distribution

Flue Gas Distribution System


CFD Modeling of Gas Distribution
inside ESP
Flow Model Test facilities of ESP
Proto-Type Gas Distribution Solutions

Anti
Sneakage System

Expected Date

Target Bypass FG %

March2K5

Dec2K5
March2K6

0%

SPM Control Technologies: Energization & Back Corona Control Systems


Energization System

Back Corona
Limiting
System

Minimum
Voltage based
System

Minimum
Voltage based
System

Intermittent
Energization
System

Pulse
Energization
System

Efficiency Intensification & Diagnostic Model: EIDM [RT-EI]


Plant
Process
Parameters

EIDM

Real Time Heatrate


Real Time Heatrate Deviation
breakup due to a) Key Process
Parameters, b) Key Equipment
Real Time Plant Equipment
Performance
Real Time System Information
Coal Properties & CV
Condenser CW Flow
Unburnt Carbon in Ash
Gaseous Pollutant Flow
LPT Exhaust Steam Quality

Advanced Instruments
LPT Exhaust Steam
Dryness Fraction Meter
On-Line LOI Measurement
Real Time FG Flow meter
Real Time Condenser CW
Flow measurement
On-Line FG Analyzer
On-Line Moisture Meter

Plant Simulation
Tool
What-If Analysis

Phase-IV, [Mar05]

Phase-II, [Nov04]
Expert System, for
Operator Guidance
Interface with plant
controls
Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Neural
Network

Real Time Plant


Diagnostics Tool
CFD Modeling

Phase-III, [Jan05]

Phase-I, [Sept04]

The Near & Medium Term


Technologies

New Energy Technologies


TARGET: BREAKING CARNOT EFFICIENCY BARRIER

IGCC

Power
Hydrogen

Coal
Liquid fuels

&
Alter
nate

Fuel Cell

Power

LMMHD

Power

fuels

Road Map on IGCC

SYSTEMATIC EFFICIENCY ENHANCEMENT


PROGRAMME IN IGCC CYCLE
Case 1: Base
Cycle

90
80
70
60
50
40

Case 2: Base
Cycle+Hot gas
Case

30
20
10
0

Case 3: Case 2
+Class H
Case 4: Case 3
+OTM

C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

Phase wise progression (2007-2015)

5: Case 4
+MCFC
Case 6: Case 5
+SOFC

Near & Medium Term Technologies


TM- 2.1: IGCC Technologies
IGCC Technologies

Fludised Bed Gasifier


Design & Development
Gas Clean-up

IGCC System Integration


Advanced Gasifier
Cycles

IG-FB: Design/ Scale-up/ Optimization


of Gasifier
IG-GC: Design & Development of Gas
Clean up system
IG-SI: System integration for a base
cycle

IG-AC: Advanced cycle consisting of


-O2 Transport membrane
- CO2/ H2 Separation
- Gasifier/ Combustor design

Cooperation with external agencies and collaborative development with be the focus
of the new platform. Following areas for immediate cooperation have been
identified
Hydrogen Energy Research:
Hydrogen Generation Through IGCC Route, HTTR
Hydrogen Storage: Metal & Chemical Hydrides
Design & Development of IGCC
Gasifier Design
Hot Gas Clean up System- Ceramic Filters
High Efficiency, Rugged, Matching Gas Turbine
Fuel Cells
Development of Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Systems
Development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell System

Distributed Generation
Solar PV and Thermal Systems
Ammonia Cycle
Sterling Engines

Robotics
CFD/ ANN

Material sciences
including corrosion &
erosion
Special Coatings

- Ammonia Absorption
Refrigeration system
- Ammonia Turbine Cycle
are required

Carbon Sequestration

SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESEARCH


1.

Nanotechnologies in the development of fuel cell


catalysts, CO2 capture molecules etc

2.

Membrane science for air separation (oxyfuels),


hydrogen purification

3.

Materials science for high temperature and hydrogen


environment 9Oxide dispersed alloys, dual ferritic etc)

4.

Super conductors, cryogenics, optical fiber technologies


for power grid control, transmission & distribution

5.

Biotechnological applications in the field of hydrogen


generation, CO2 conversion etc

The Major Joint Collaborative Projects


Short listed R & D areas for collaboration
1. Design and development of SO3 / NH3 reactor for
FGC
2. ANN modelling of the major sub systems of the
power station

3. CFD modelling of the boiler and surface


condensers
4. Development of on-line sensors for unburnt
carbon, coal properties, flue gas charcterisation
5. Development of on-line flow visualisation systems
6. FEM of the boiler and creep & fatigue analysis of
critical systems

The Major Joint Collaborative Projects


Short listed R & D areas for collaboration
6. Low grade heat utilisation projects

7. Water chemistry and water networking


8. Ash utilisation technologies

Joint collaborative efforts in new technologies

1. IGCC Gasifier design and development, gas


clean up system, combined cycle development

2. Hydrogen energy research


3. Solar energy integration (low grade, stirling
engines, PVs )

4. Carbon capture technologies (Membranes, PSA,


nano materials etc)
5. Energy and bio technologies

The Organization Structure

Functional Groups
To carry out the technology development in a smooth, faster and most
economical manner, the Energy Technology shall have:
A no. of Centers of Excellence (App. 37)- concentrating on fundamental
research
App 25 Technology Missions
A Strategic Planning Group for Networking etc.
A Prototype Division

Other Essential Enabling Functions shall be:


Knowledge Centre
IPR Division
Human Resource
Finance
Contracts & Materials
Information Technology
Other Facilities

The Organization Structure


Apex Research
Council

NTPC Management
Eminent Scientist
Eminent Academic

ED (ET)

Retrofit
Technologies

New
Technologies

Fundamental
Research
Division

Providing overall direction


Supporting in selecting
functional heads
Projects approvals

Strategic
Business
Division

Low Grade Heat Utilization

ESP Performance
Enhancement
Energy Optimisation &
Diagnostic Model EIDM
Ash Utilization
Ageing Management
Advanced Controls/ ANN
Alternate Fuels & Fuel
Beneficiation

Finance

Knowledge
Centre

Contracts
& Materials

Gasification & Hydrogen


Fuel Cell Technologies
Carbon Capture Technologies
Solar Energy Technologies
Bio Energy Technologies
Power Delivery System
Technologies

Vision Conference Proposals

Advanced Conventional
Power System Technologies

Human
Resource

Information
Technology

Architect

Research & Technology Development Division


CoE-HT [Heat Transfer]

CoE-CE [Civil Design]

CoE-PS [Process Synthesis]

CoE-CO[Corrosion Science]

CoE-MS[Material Science]

CoE-FM[Fracture Mechanics]

CoE-SE[Solar Energy]

CoE-FEM

CoE-CFD[Comp. Fluid Dynamics]

CoE-FS[Fluidization]

CoE-ANN[Art. Neural Networks]

CoE-SM[Simulation & modeling]

CoE-SD[Sensors / Detectors]

CoE-RF[Refractory Design]

CoE-RC[Catalyst / Reactors]

CoE-ED[Equipment Design]

CoE-AC[Analytical Chemistry]

CoE-CS[Catalyst]

CoE-MB [Membranes]

CoE-CE[Ceramics]

CoE-BT[Bio-Technology]

CoE-MH [High Temp Material]

CoE-AD[Adsorbents]

CoE-RX[Chemical Reaction Engg]

CoE-PC[Process Control]
CoE-IS[Instrumentation]
CoE-SX[Solvent Extraction]

Structure of Research &


Technology Development Division

Structure of Enabling Technologies Division


Enabling Technologies Division

CoE in Advanced Materials

CoE in Nano Technology

CoE in Bio Technology

SMART Technologies

Technology Advocacy Group


Legend:
Special Analysis, Computing and
Simulation Centre

CoE: Centre of Excellence


CoC: Centre of Competence

Structure of Testing & Certification Division


Prototype Division

Centre for Performance Testing of


Systems, Components and
Equipments

Centre for Materials Testing

Mechanical

Electrical

Mechanical

DT
/
NDT

Electrical

Instrumentation

Civil

Business Process Division


Civil
Networking

Business Development

When you really want something to happen, the whole


universe conspires to help you to achieve your dreams

.. The Alchemist

by Paulo Coelho

Part-E
Human Resource

Cost To The Company Of Executives


At Executive Trainee Level: ( Rs.12000-4.0%-17250/-)
Illustrative
(Rs. / Month at Minimum of Scale)
Basic pay

12000

DA

6500

FCA

561

Conveyance Reimbursement (Car)

1820

Shift Allowance

900

Prof. Literature Reimbursement

175

Washing Allowance

126

Bonus / Ex-gratia (variable)

490

Generation Incentive max. (variable)


Cash canteen compensation

2806
587

Cost To The Company Of Executives


At Executive Trainee Level: ( Rs.12000-4.0%-17250/-)
Illustrative
(Rs. / Month at Minimum of Scale)
Internet connection

167

Children's Education Reimbursement

300

LTC

1198

Leave and Holidays

2058

PF

1897

Gratuity
Post-retirement Medical Scheme

Electricity subsidy

760
4216

750

Approx.5 lacs per annum


The above components are indicative. Variations may occur depending on
actual place of posting, actual allowances admissible etc.

Allowances / Reimbursement / Benefits

Leave Travel Concession to Home Town / Anywhere in


India.

Paid Leave : CL-12, HPL 20


EL- 30, along with leave Encashment facility.
Closed Holidays 8, Restricted Holidays 06
Study leave up to a period of 3 years after 3 years of
service
Membership of a Professional body.

Very liberal medical facilities without any contributions.


Reimbursement of OPD & hospitalization charges.
Number of good hospitals, including super specialty
hospitals on the Companys panel.
Well equipped hospitals at projects with state of the art
facilities and equipments.

Allowances / Reimbursement / Benefits

Advances

[At low rates of Simple Interest-reducing balance method)

HBA

Maximum of 7.5 lacs, after 5 years of service

Conveyance Advance

Car advance Max Rs.1,80,872/- (as per todays price)


Motor Cycle Max. Rs. 33,291/- structure)

PC Advance Rs.40,000/Multipurpose Loan - Rs.11,225/- p.a., interest free.


Furniture Loan Rs.15,000/-, interest free.

Allowances / Reimbursement / Benefits

Social Security/Insurance Benefits


Coverage under:

Group Personal Accident insurance


Group Insurance
Housing Building Advance Insurance (with very nominal
contributions by self)
Pension Fund.

Accommodation

Full fledged, excellently maintained township amidst lush


green environment with all facilities like clubs, recreation
centers, movie theatres, marketing complexes, parks etc. to
ensure a superior quality of life.

Education Of Children

Schools of repute like DPS, Kendriya Vidyalaya, DAV and


other convent schools upto Class XII to ensure education
standards for children

Growth Opportunities

POSITION

LEVEL

ASSTT. ENGINEER

E1

SR. ASSTT. ENGINEER

ELIGIBILITY
FOR
PROMOTION
(IN YEARS)

PAY SCALE

10750 4% - 16750

E2

11225 4% - 17250

E2A

12000 4% - 17500

SR. ENGINEER

E3

13750 4% - 18700

DY. MANAGER

E4

16000 4% - 20800

MANAGER

E5

17500 4% - 22300

SR. MANAGER

E6

18500 4% - 23900

DY. GENERAL MANAGER

E7

19000 4% - 24750

E7A

19500 4% - 25600

GENERAL MANAGER

E8

20500 4% - 26500

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

E9

23750 4% - 28550

ENGINEER

Asst. GENERAL MANAGER

Requirement of M. Tech Students and the Specialization


Sl
No

Discipline

Specialization

Nature of work

B Tech

M Tech

01.

Chemical/
Mechanical

Chemical/
Mechanical

Thermal design, equipment


design, Heat Exchanger network,
computer aided design tools

Development of Heat exchanger


networks, design of new type of
heat exchangers (viz. plate & fine
type)

02.

Electronics/
Instrumenta
tion/Chemic
al

Control&
Instrumentatio
n

Process control, Process analysis,


Advanced control system, Model
predictive controls, etc

Development of Control &


instrumentation based on model
prediction controls in the existing
plants to improve their
performance, development of C&I
for new technologies.

03.

Mechanical

Mechanical

Fracture mechanics, stress


analysis, creep & fatigue

Aging management systems in


power plant system

04.

Chemical

Chemical

Reaction Engg., Kinetics, design


of reactor, mass transfer with
RXN, catalyst, nano systems ,etc

Design of reactor system for


removal of contaminants, mini SO3
reactors, carbon capture
technologies, Conversion of coal
into chemicals.

Requirement of M. Tech Students and the Specialization


Sl
No

Discipline

Specialisation

Nature of work

05.

Chemical

Chemical

Separation sciences , Adsorbent


design pressure swing
adsorption etc, membrane
design

Design of gas cleanup system


adsorbent, gas separation
through membrane, etc

06.

Electrical/E
lectronics

Power
Systems

Power grid control, Power


evacuation system design,
optical fiber, etc

Development of advanced power


grid control systems

07.

Chemical

Chemical/Bio
-chemical
Engg.

Bio-chemical Engg. In the field of


bio-mass conversion into
hydrogen and fuels

Bio-energy technologies

08.

Metallurgy

Metallurgy

Material science, Physical


metallurgy ceramics, high
temperature materials,
development of nano particle
systems.

High temperature ceramic filters,


membrane design, high
temperature material design.

09.

Mechanica
l/Electrical

Mechanical/E
lectrical

Solar energy systems, design of


collectors, photovoltaic cells,etc

Solar energy heaters for


collection of low grade energy, PV
cells.

Integrated Gasification & Combined Cycle

Strengthening the Power Delivery Infra-Structure

Smart Energy Meter Technologies

Smart Power
Delivery
Technologies

Remote Monitoring Technologies


Embedded Fiber Optic Technologies
Distribution Network Layout Technologies
Intelligent Connecting Device Technologies

High Performance Polymeric Cable Technology

High Temperature Superconductor Technology

Higher
Capability &
Reliability of
Transmission
Grid

Low Cost Underground Transmission


Intelligent On-Line Analysis & Control Technologies
Secure Power Transmission Technologies

Compressed Air Storage Technologies


Pumped Hydro Technologies
Hydrogen Based Fuel Cell Technologies

Super conducting Magnetic Energy Storage


Efficient Battery Technologies

Electricity
Storage
Technologies

Strengthened
Copper Plate

Power Delivery
Infrastructure

Part-D
The Road Map for
Technology Centre