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Updated: March 12, 2019 3:38 pm

NHPC with its rich experience and expertise in construction, commissioning of Hydro Power Stations is imparting training on “Electrical and Mechanical Aspects of Hydropower Projects” to Hydro engineers from Bhutan and other Power Organizations of the country from 13th February to 15th February 2019. The programme has been meticulously designed to train hydro professionals on the issues and challenges based on the best practices adopted in NHPC for operation and maintenance of power stations. Ratish Kumar, Director (Projects), NHPC while inaugurating the programme emphasized that Hydro Potential in the country should be harnessed to improve hydro mix in the grid. He encouraged the participants to take maximum benefit from this unique learning opportunity and implement them in their respective organizations. N.K. Jain, Director (Personnel), NHPC in his address highlighted that NHPC has immense experience working in the most difficult and adverse geographical conditions. He added that this exclusive programme has been designed for enhancing practical knowledge of engineers to operate power stations in a more effective manner.

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