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NPTI Guwahati announces Post Diploma Course in Thermal Power Plant Engineering Admission 2015

Updated on Mon, 07 September 2015 at 16:22 IST

National Power Training Institute (NPTI), Guwahati invites applications for admissions to Post Diploma Course in Thermal Power Plant Engineering (PDC TPPE) for the academic year 2015 - 16.

Post Diploma Course in Thermal Power Plant Engineering (PDC TPPE) is conducted by National Power Training Institute (NPTI), Guwahati

Courses Offered:

Post Diploma Course in Thermal Power Plant Engineering (PDC TPPE)

This is a job oriented unique course which covers complete operation and maintenance of thermal Power Plants, as per the guideline of CEA regulations 2010

Duration:

52 Weeks

Intake:

60 (Sixty only) Seats
25% seats are reserved for sponsored category. Reservation for SC, ST, OBC (non Creamy Layer) & PH will be as per Govt. norms. In case seats are vacant in sponsored category, they will be filled by non-sponsored candidates

Eligibility Criteria:

Interested candidates should fulfill following eligibility criteria:

=> Three years Diploma in Mechanical/Electrical/Electrical & Electronics from recognized technical board. Graduate Engineers are not eligible.

=> Age Limit : No Age Limit.

Application Procedure:

Candidates are advised to refer to official notifications /documents for detailed application procedure. IndCareer.com published details for informational purpose.

=> Interested Candidate should bring the filled–in application on plain paper typed in English in the following format OR, downloaded from website www.nptiguwahati.com along with the Demand Draft of ₹ 285 /- (₹ 250 + Service Tax @14.00 %) drawn in favour of “National Power Training Institute-NER” payable at Guwahati on 25.09. 2015 along with two passport size photographs and applicable self-attested testimonials.

Application Format: 1. Name, 2. Father’s Name, 3. Date of Birth, 4. Sex 5.Nationality,6.Category(Gen/SC/ST/OBC/PH),7.PostalAddress, 8.Phone/Mobile No & Email, 9. Educational details like subjects/discipline, Board/University, year of Passing, percentage of marks, 10. Experience, 11. Sponsored/Non Sponsored (if sponsored – attach the copy of sponsorship certificate from employer), 12. Application Fees Details 13. Signature. Attach Self–attested copies of proof of item No. 3, 6 (If OBC/SC/ST/PH), 9, 10, 11

Online Application form can be downloaded from official website of PDC TPPE: Click here to download application form

Fee Details:

Application Fee: ₹ 285 /- (₹ 250 + Service Tax @14.00 %)

Important Dates:

PDC TPPE Important dates section aims to list all important dates such as date of availability of form, last submission date, result date, counselling date, etc.

  • Date of Reporting & Admission: 25th September, 2015
  • Commencement of Course Classes: 28th September, 2015

Selection Process:

Percentage of marks obtained in Diploma

Contact Details

For more details please contact
National Power Training Institute
North Eastern Region, Guwahati
Category–I Institute as recognized by CEA,
Ministry of Power, Govt. of India
Dakshingaon Road,
Kahilipara,
Guwahati – 781019, Assam.

Tel./Fax: 0361–2381346/2381329

e–mail : [email protected]

website : www.nptiguwahati.com,

http://www.nptiguwahati.com/pdf/PDC-6-Advt&Appl&Fee&Inst.pdf

National Power Training Institute (NPTI), Guwahati
National Power Training Institute, North Eastern Region has been set up by the Ministry of Power, Govt. of India in the year 2003 at its temporary institute building at ASEB Complex, Narengi, Guwahati-26. At the beginning NPTI-NER conducted induction level training programs for ASEB Jr. Managers / Assistant Mangers and short term training programs. In the month of August 2008, NPTI-NER started 1st batch of 52-weeks PGDC and 26-week course on “Operation & Maintenance of Transmission & Distribution Systems” w.e.f. Nov’09 at its old station i.e. Narengi Campus.
 
 

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