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Salient Features of AICTE approved Courses Offered by NPTI Institutes B. Tech. (Power Engineering) Badarpur, New Delhi National Power Training Institute An ISO 9001 : 2000 & ISO 14001 : 2004 Organization (Ministry of Power, Govt. of India) Sector-33, Faridabad-121003, Haryana (website: www. npti. in)
ABOUT NPTI National Power Training Institute (NPTI), an ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 organization, under Ministry of Power, Govt. of India is a National Apex body for Training and Human Resources Development in Power Sector with its Corporate Office at Faridabad. NPTI had been providing its dedicated service for more than four decades. NPTI operates on an all India basis through its nine Institutes in different zones of the country as per details below: Northern Region: 1. NPTI Corporate Office, Faridabad 2. NPTI (Northern Region), Badarpur, New Delhi 3. NPTI (Hydro Power Training Centre), Nangal
Southern Region: 4. NPTI (Power System Training Institute), Bengaluru 5. NPTI (Hot Line Training Centre), Bengaluru 6. NPTI (Southern Region), Neyveli Eastern & North Eastern Region: 7. NPTI (Eastern Region), Durgapur 8. NPTI (North Eastern Region), Guwahati Western Region: 9. NPTI (Western Region), Nagpur 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.
VISION NPTI cherishes a vision of value orientation and value addition to national and transnational power and energy sectors through training and human resources development endeavouring to energize people who energize the nations
MISSION Emerge as global leaders in enhancing human and organizational excellence in Power and Energy Sectors by blending frontier Technologies with Management to facilitate HRD interventions that are instrumental in providing reliable, safe, economic and clean power
OBJECTIVES Primary objectives: • To function as a National Organization for training in the field of - (a) Operation and Maintenance of Power Stations; and (b) All other aspects of Electrical Energy Systems including Transmission, Sub-Transmission and Distribution. • To act as an apex body for initiating and coordinating training programs in the Power Sector of the country. • To establish and run Training Institutes for Engineers, Operators, Technicians and other personnel of the Power Sector. Subsidiary objectives: • • To identify and assess the training needs of the Power Sector in the country. To coordinate the training activities of the various Utilities with those of other Technical Training Institutions and supplement it with the training programs of its own Institutes.
OBJECTIVES • • To establish standard norms regarding qualifications and training for personnel of various levels. To serve as a National Certification Authority for the purpose of Certification of Competence and/or participation to ensure availability of properly trained personnel to man the Electricity Supply Industry. To initiate, conduct and coordinate the research and development studies in the field of Operation, Maintenance and Management of Power Generation and Transmission Systems and to prepare and conduct specialized training programs thereof. To establish, maintain and manage laboratories, workshops, experimental transmission lines, sub-stations and other facilities required in pursuance of its objectives. To collect information and maintain documentation in the field of electricity generation and distribution. To collect, prepare, edit, print and publish material, papers, periodicals or reports in furtherance of the objectives of the Society. To organize seminars and workshops. To enter into agreement with any enterprise or institution or person and provide funds to them for specific training programs, demonstrations, assignments, preparation of training material or technical guidance.
AICTE APPROVED COURSES COURSE NPTI REGION DURA TION YEAR OF ESTAB LISH MENT NUMBER OF BATHCES GRADU ATED MBA (Power Management ) Corporate Office, Faridabad 2 Years 2002 Nine (9) B. Tech. (Power Engineering ) Northern Region Badarpur, New Delhi 4 Years 2001 Eight (8) B. Tech. (Power Engineering ) Eastern Region Durgapur 4 Years 2002 Seven (7) B. E. (Power Engineering ) Western Region – Nagpur 4 Years 2001 Eight (8)
B. Tech. (POWER ENGINEERING) Electrical / Mechanical Specialization NPTI (NR), Badarpur, affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), New Delhi Eligibility & Intake Qualification: Ø 10+2 pass from any Board / CBSE with minimum of 60% marks is eligible for Common Entrance Test conducted by GGSIPU, New Delhi Ø Total Seats - 73 (General, OBC, SC , ST & J&K Migrants) & 6 lateral entry seats (Admission in the second year with Polytechnic / B. Sc. Degree ) Ø No Sponsored / Management Category seats Selection Criteria: Ø Admission to NPTI (NR), Badarpur-New Delhi is based on the ranking obtained from CET. (Normally upto 3500 rank for General Category) 9
B. Tech. (POWER ENGINEERING) Electrical / Mechanical Specialization NPTI (NR), Badarpur, affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), N. Delhi Course Fee Annual Fees - Rs. 35, 000/- Security Deposit - Rs. 5, 000/- (refundable) Hostel Room rent - Rs. 30, 000/- per year Alumni association* - Rs. 1000/-(Life membership) Boarding charges - As per Actuals (Presently Rs 2, 100/- per month) *- one time fee 10
B. Tech. (POWER ENGINEERING) Electrical / Mechanical Specialization NPTI (NR), Badarpur, affiliated to GGSIPU, New Delhi Program Structure: • 4 year program spread over Eight (8) Semesters. • The Curriculum is designed for Power Engineering-Electrical / Mechanical specialization in addition to Power Sector specific subjects with 217 credits. Subjects like Power Plant Operation, Maintenance, Load Despatch, Rotational On-Job Training, Power Plant Maintenance are included as a part of the curriculum. • In the first year, students take courses in Basic Sciences / Engineering, Computers / IT and Mathematics. These are common subjects for all other B. Tech. programs in GGSIP University. • In the second year, the students take common courses in the area of Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Energy Conversion, Electrical Engineering, Heat & Mass Transfer and Control Engineering. Credit weightage is also given for the summer training appraisal at the end of the 2 nd year. 11
B. Tech. (POWER ENGINEERING) Electrical / Mechanical Specialization NPTI (NR), Badarpur, affiliated to GGSIPU, New Delhi B. Tech (PE) Program Structure Contd. • In the third year, the power engineering subjects like Power Generation, Steam Generator / Turbine, Plant Operation Power System are imparted in addition to the core Electrical / Mechanical subjects like Refrigeration & A/C, Machine Design, Field Theory (EM) & Instrumentation. Summer internship is compulsory at the end of the 3 rd year also. • The fourth year has subjects of Power System Distribution, Load Despatch and other Mechanical subjects such as Theory of Machines, Manufacturing Engineering, Energy Audit and Electrical Subjects such as Communication Engineering, Power System Analysis & Stability, HVDC etc. • In addition a Project has to be carried out (8 credits) by the student.
B. Tech. (POWER ENGINEERING) Electrical / Mechanical Specialization NPTI (NR), Badarpur, affiliated to GGSIPU, New Delhi Semester 1: Paper Lecture Tutorial Credits THEORY PAPERS Hour of Engagement Applied Mathematics – I 3 1 4 Applied Physics – I 2 1 3 Applied Chemistry – I 2 1 3 Manufacturing Process 2 0 2 Introduction to Computers and Auto CAD 2 1 3 Communication Skills – I 2 1 3 Impact of Science & Technology on Society 1 0 1 * Non university Exam PRACTICAL/VIVA VOCE Applied Physics Lab. – I 2 1 Applied Chemistry Lab. – I 2 1 Introduction to Auto CAD Office 3 2 Automation and Web Design Workshop Practice 3 2 Engineering Graphics Lab. 2 1 13
B. Tech. (POWER ENGINEERING) Electrical / Mechanical Specialization NPTI (NR), Badarpur, affiliated to GGSIPU, New Delhi Semester 2: Paper THEORY PAPERS Applied Mathematics – II Applied Physics – II Applied Chemistry – II Introduction to Programming Engineering Mechanics Electrical Science Communication Skills – II PRACTICAL/VIVA VOCE Applied Physics Lab. – II Applied Chemistry Lab. – II C Programming Lab. Engineering Mechanics Lab. Electrical Science Lab. 14 Lecture Tutorial Credits 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 4 3 3 3 - 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 2 1
B. Tech. (POWER ENGINEERING) Electrical / Mechanical Specialization NPTI (NR), Badarpur, affiliated to GGSIPU, New Delhi Semester 3: Paper THEORY PAPERS Material Science & Metallurgy Thermodynamics Strength of Materials & Theory of Machines Circuit Theory Analog Electronics Electrical Machines PRACTICAL/VIVA VOCE Thermodynamics Lab. Strength of Materials & Theory of Machines Lab. Analog Electronics Lab. Electrical Machines Lab –I 15 Lecture Tutorial Credits 3 3 3 0 1 1 3 4 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 4 3 4 - 2 4 1 2 - 2 2 1 1
B. Tech. (POWER ENGINEERING) Electrical / Mechanical Specialization NPTI (NR), Badarpur, affiliated to GGSIPU, New Delhi Semester 4: Paper THEORY PAPERS Engineering Economics Energy Conversion Heat & Mass Transfer Fluid Mechanics & Machines Digital Electronics Control Engineering PRACTICAL/VIVA VOCE Heat & Mass Transfer Lab. Fluid Mechanics & Machines Lab. Digital Electronics Lab. Control Engineering Lab. 16 Lecture Tutorial Credits 3 3 3 0 1 1 1 3 4 4 4 - 3 3 2 2 1 1
Semester 5: Paper THEORY PAPERS Power Generation Engineering Steam Generator & Its Auxiliaries Steam Turbine and Its Auxiliaries Power Plant Electrical Machines & Systems Power System a) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (For Mechanical specialization) b) Electrical & Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation (For Electrical specialization) PRACTICAL/VIVA VOCE Thermal Power Plant Scheme Tracing Microprocessor Lab. a) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab. (For Mechanical specialization) b) Electrical & Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation Lab. (For Electrical specialization) 17 Lecture Tutorial Credits 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 4 4 3 3 - 4 4 2 1 1 1
Semester 6: Paper Lecture THEORY PAPERS Power System Protection and 3 Switchgear Thermal Power Plant Engineering – 3 Related Topics – I (Power Plant Commissioning, NDT, Industrial Safety) Power Plant Operation 3 Power Plant Control and 3 Instrumentation a) I. C. Engines & Gas Dynamics 2 (For Mechanical Specialization) b) Power Electronics & Electric Drives (For Electrical Specialization) a) Machine Design (For Mechanical 2 Specialization) b) Engineering Electromagnetics (For Electrical Specialization) 18 Tutorial Credits 1 4 1 1 4 4 1 3
PRACTICAL/VIVA VOCE Power System Protection and Switchgear Lab. Rotational On-Job Training (Operation - Steam Generator & Its Auxiliaries) Rotational On-Job Training (Operation - Steam Turbine & Its Auxiliaries) Rotational On-Job Training (Operation - Power Plant Electrical Machines & Systems) a) I. C. Engines Lab. (For Mechanical Specialization) b) Power Electronics & Electric Drives Lab. (For Electrical Specialization) 19 - 2 1 - 5 2 - 2 1
Semester 7: Paper THEORY PAPERS Power Distribution and Utilization Thermal Power Plant Engineering – Related Topics – II (Performance & Efficiency Calculations, Maintenance Planning & Cost Control) Power Plant Maintenance a) Theory of Machine (For Mechanical Specialization) b) Power System Analysis & Stability (For Electrical Specialization) a) Manufacturing & Industrial Engg. (For Mechanical Specialization) b) Communication Engineering (For Electrical Specialization) Civil Works in Power Engineering (*Non-University Examination Subject) 20 Lecture Tutorial Credits 3 2 1 1 4 3 3 3 1 1 4 4 3 1 4 2 0 1
PRACTICAL/VIVA VOCE Rotational On-Job Training (Maintenance – Steam Generator & Its Auxiliaries) Rotational On-Job Training (Maintenance – Steam Turbine & Its Auxiliaries) Rotational On-Job Training (Maintenance – Power Plant Electrical Machines & Systems) a) Theory of Machine Lab. (For Mechanical Specialization) b) Power System Lab. (For Electrical Specialization) Practical Training at the end of Sixth Semester 21 - 5 1 - 2 1 - 0 1
Semester 8: Paper Lecture Tutorial Credits THEORY PAPERS Load Dispatch & Regulatory Issues 3 0 4 Environmental Management , Energy 3 1 4 Conservation and Energy Audit 2 1 3 Management Concepts & Techniques a) Mechanical vibration (For Mechanical 2 1 3 Specialization) b) Design of Electrical Machines (For Electrical Specialization) a) Energy Management (For Mechanical 3 1 4 Specialization) b) HVDC Technology (For Electrical Specialization) PRACTICAL/VIVA VOCE Environmental & Energy Audit 5 1 MATLAB Practices 8 8 PROJECT / VIVA VOCE 22
Core Competencies 1. (Semesters 1 - 4) - Typical Curriculum designed for a good basic Engineering and Technology aspects 2. (Semester 5) - Power Generation Engineering The subject introduces the history of Power Sector Generation, types of Generation with practical sights into the conventional plant design and auxiliaries 3. (Semester 5) Steam Turbine & its Auxiliaries - The subject details the steam turbine & its auxiliaries; design, construction and different types pertaining to a typical thermal power plant 4. (Semester 5) Steam Generator & its auxiliaries - The subject details into the Steam Generator equipment, constructional features, excitation and design aspects 5. (Semester 5) Power System - The subject explains the complete details of Generation, Transmission and Distribution system 23
Core Competencies 6. (Semester- 6) - Power System Protection and Switchgear Curriculum designed for Substation Engineering with complete details of switchgears, breakers, types, Isolators and Bus-bar design etc. 7. (Semester- 6) - Power Plant Operation The subject details into the Operation of Plant Equipments, their Protection and Interlocks 8. (Semester - 6) - Power Plant Control and Instrumentation The subject gives a detailed exposure of plant equipment; different types of control and performance monitoring Instrumentation 9. (Semester- 6) - Rotational On-Job (ROJ) Operation of Steam Generator, Turbine & Electrical Machines. The students are sent to an adjacent running power station for actual On-Job training. This practice makes the difference between a Power Engineer and other disciplines wherein the basics of Power Plants are woven into the curriculum as ON-Job is carried out in the actual 24 field / Power Plant.
Core Competencies 10. (Semester- 8) Power Distribution and Utilization - This subject gives the detailed Distribution Systems along with commercial aspects. 11. (Semester- 8) Thermal Power Plant Engineering Related Topics - The subject details in the commissioning, safety aspects of plant equipment and subsystems 12. (Semester - 8) Load Dispatch and Regulatory Issues - The subject gives a detailed exposure of Planned operation of Thermal power plants, SCADA, co-ordination of Load Des-patch Centers and Regulatory issues as per IE Act 2003, ABT etc. 13. (Semester- 8) Environmental Management, Energy Conservation and Energy Audit - The subject gives the details of energy Management, Energy Audit and their advantages and EIA. 25
Pedagogy Ø Class Room Lectures, Practicals, Non University Examinations, Summer Training, Seminars, Quiz, Assignments, Rotational On. Job (ROJ) Operation, ROJ Maintenance practices and Project works Assessment Ø Internal Assessment by Faculty: 25 Marks (2 Class Tests, Surprise Tests, Quiz's, Presentations, Assignments, Discussions, Attendance (80% Compulsory)) Ø External Exam by University: 75 Marks (Total 5 Questions: Question No. 1 Compulsory, and rest 4 to be answered 1 from each Unit) 27
Infrastructure Ø The institute has its own campus spread over 4. 3 acres. The campus is located inside the NTPC, BTPS Complex sharing the Post office, Hospital, Bank and Millennium ground. Simulator training is also provided to the students Ø 14 Number Class Rooms Complete with VCD Projection Systems. Ø One Conference Room and One Board Room Ø 140 Seater AC Auditorium Ø 20 Seater Conference Hall Ø 180 beds Hostel with Dining Facilities Ø Sports facilities such as Badminton, Lawn Tennis, Basket Ball, Volley Ball and Table Tennis etc. Ø Ø Hostel is provided with a Gymnasium 28 One 56 seater Bus and two 36 seater minibuses for transportation.
OTHER ACTIVITIES Industrial Visits ØVisits to Thermal Power Plants ØVisits to Hydro Power Plants ØVisits to Load Despatch Centers ØVisits to Sub Stations Cultural Activities ØFresher's Day Celebrations ØCultural festival “MANCHAYAN” organized every year ØTeachers Day Celebrations ØValedictory/Farewell Functions ØSports Day ØManagement Fests 29
B. Tech Campus Placement - Batch – 6 (2006 -10) S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name of Company Vedanta Resources Essar Power Adani Power Siemens Emerson Process CLP India Bulls Power Isgec Thomson Engineering Jindal India Power Highest Package offered Average Package Min. Package 30 : Rs. 4. 20 lakh : Rs. 3. 22 lakh : Rs. 2. 50 lakh
B. Tech Campus Placement Batch -7 (2007 – 11) S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 31 Name of Company S. No. Alstom Bechtel Doosan Power Emerson Sravanthi SKEC Tata power ACC Punj Llyod ISJEC Thomson Engg Lahmeyer Highest Package offered Average Package Min. Package 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of Company Shristi Power Adani group Desein Tata Power Siemens Sriram Alkali Jindal : Rs. 5. 10 lakh : Rs. 4. 04 lakh : Rs. 3. 00 lakh
B. Tech Campus Placement - Batch - 8 (2008 – 12) S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Name of Company Alstom Bechtel Desein Indure SKEC Clyde Bergman Emerson SIEMES Vedanta Resources Power Trading Corp IJT Heavy Engg 11 Adani Power S. Name of Company No. 12 DSCL 13 Punj Llyod Highest Package offered Average Package Min Package 32 : Rs. 4. 60 lakh : Rs. 3. 90 lakh : Rs. 3. 00 lakh
Student Placement Package Details Year Average Rs. In lakhs Minimum Rs. In lakhs 2006 -10 4. 20 3. 22 2. 50 2007 -11 5. 10 4. 04 3. 00 2008 -12 33 Maximum Rs. In lakhs 4. 60 3. 90 3. 00
Placement Record Year of Passing Total No. of Students 2006 -10 (6 th Batch) 65 63 97 2007 -11 (7 th Batch) 67 66 99 2008 -12 (8 th Batch) 61 51 84 34 No. of Students % age of Placed Students Placed
Library Books Details: Program B. Tech. (Power Engg) Titles Volumes International National e-Journals 2720 10201 2 10 J-Gate, Access to 1500 Journals book bank facility is also provided Library Facilities: Working Hrs. e-Journals Subscriptions Area in sq. m. Reading Room Capacity 9. 30 am to 6. 00 pm J-Gate 120 30 35
Computer Lab: Number of PC’s 60 Legal System Software (02) 1. Window XP Operating System 2. Window 7 Operating System 3. Windows vistas Legal Application Software (10) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Internet Bandwidth 1. 3 (512 Kbps) + Campus is also Wi. Fi connected and NPTI is landmarked with NKN 36 MS Office Adobe Photo Shop Flash Visual Studio Auto CAD MATLAB Adobe writer Macromedia Dreamweaver
Name of In-house Faculty Designation Qualifications Mr. Vijay Kumar Gupta Mr. H P Lal Principal Director Mr. Dinesh Kumar Deputy Director Mr. Giri Raj Kishore Deputy Director Dr. S. Selvam Deputy Director Mr. N K Srivastava Deputy Director B. Sc. Engg. (Mechanical) 35 years B. E. (Mechanical) 28 years B. E. (Mechanical) 25 years B. E. , MS (Sys), Ph. D. (Electrical), 22 Years B. E. , MBA, (Ph. D. ) 22 Years 37 Director
Mr. Rajesh Shukla Assistant Director Mr. M. K. Sharma Assistant Director Mr. Akshintz Jain Assistant Director Mr. R. Chaudhary Consultant Mr. G. K. Mandal Consultant 38 B. E. , M. Tech. 8 years B. E. , PGDCA , MBA 8 years B. E. (Mechanical) 7 years Diploma in Mechanical Engg , 35 years B. E. (Chemical Engg) 28 years
Visiting Faculty Dr. P. R. Sharma Ph. D. HVDC / Power Electronics Mr. G. S. Rehal B. E. Turbine Design Mr. A. K. Baag B. E. Boiler and Operation Ms. A. K. Chamoli B. E, M. Tech. , Ph. D. Power System Dr. J. Raja B. E, M. E, Ph. D. Power System Mr. Senthil Kumar B. E, M. Tech. Power Generation, Control Engg Mr. L. B. Singh M. Sc. , M. Phil. Mathematics Ph. D. Economics Dr. Subhash 39 Sharma
Visiting Faculty Mr. S. P. Agarwal B. Tech, M. Tech. Power System Protection Performance Monitoring Mr. Himanshu Singh M. Tech. (E&C) Communication Engg. / Electro Magnetics Ms. Smita Jain M. Sc (Phy) Physics 40