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National Institute of Power Management

National Institute of Power Management 2011

National Power Training Institute (NPTI) is an ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 organization. It is a National Apex body for Training and Human Resources Development in Power Sector with its Corporate Office at Faridabad. The MBA Program is approved by AICTE and affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University.

Candidates with a BE degree or equivalent (General – 60% Marks in aggregate of all Semesters, SC/ST – Min Pass Marks) are eligible to apply for the course.

Selection is based on the score card of CAT, GD and Interview at NPTI, Faridabad.

The application Forms can be downloaded from the (www.npti.in) and should be sent along with a crossed Demand Draft of Rs 1,000/- (Rs 500/- for SC/ST and Rs 250/- for Haryana SC/ST candidates) in favour of National Power Training Institute payable at Faridabad.

Address:
National Power Training Institute
NPTI Complex, Sector-33,
Faridabad – 121003 (Haryana)


    Posted 4 years ago

    I am born and raised in Orissa. Having spent last dacdee away from the state, I couldn’t agree more on the need for charismatic leadership. The reason Orissa isn’t doing as well as it deserves is not for leadership or potential; it’s just because we have not packaged’ it well. The following arguments support my belief:I agree that development requires stupendous leadership. Other attributes that are required include a innate base for growth, political goodwill, stability, infrastructure, and availability of talent among others.The natural base of resources in Orissa need not be over emphasized. The success stories of the organizations with interests in IT has been telling. The state administration has been burning midnight oil to provide the necessary infrastructure and in weaving conducive policies for investment. Take a simple example of widening of roads, or ear-marking of land for the IT corridor. Success breeds success.There has been sufficient data to prove that the government in Orissa is actively engaging in pro-development policies. The political leadership shows no mercy towards corrupt people and practices. Unlike many states the governments in the state generally spend full term in office. Rajendra Mishra (of Times of India’s Lead India’ fame) is a product of citizen activism. A country of the scale as ours’ can’t settle for one. A lot of India’s (and for that matter, Orissa’s) people are heading mantle of organization leadership. Many head sales function. All that Orissa needs to do is to hire one such leader to help package Orissa better to the corporations, policy makers, people and powers that be.

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