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NTPC LTD. super thermal power project , barh , Bihar :

NTPC LTD. super thermal power project , barh , Bihar

NTPC-The Power Giant:

NTPC-The Power Giant Established in Nov’1975 Installed Capacity 22,249 MW Projects 13 coal based , 7 gas based & 3 in JVs Planned capacity 56,000 MW by 2017 With only 19.24 % of the all India installed capacity, it generates about 26.7 % of power. Annual turnover of Rs. 25,184 crores with profit of Rs. 4,905 Cr for the year 2003-04.

Barh Super thermal power project details :

Barh Super thermal power project details Capacity 3300 MV – first stage (3×600) and second stage (2×660) Estimated cost of the Project 16034 cr. (approx.) Land required Main plant and township 1268 acres, ash dyke and other 1906 acres Requirement of Coal 17.72 metric ton per year Sources of Coal Amrpali block north karnpura coalfield Sources of Water From Ganga River (180 qc ) Benefices State Bihar and Other States/ North and West union territories

Our Vision & Mission:

Our Vision & Mission Vision “ To be one of the world’s largest and best power utilities , powering India’s growth ” Mission on CSR “Be a socially responsible corporate entity with thrust on environment protection, ash utilization, community development and energy conservation

Our Corporate objectives on CSR:

Our Corporate objectives on CSR Sustainable Power Development To contribute to sustainable power development by discharging corporate social responsibilities To lead the sector in the areas of resettlement and rehabilitation and environment protection including effective ash utilization, peripheral development and energy conservation practices


Contd.. R&R Empowering people Community development Scholarships program

Structure of organization :

Structure of organization Chairman ,Managing Director Director ( H R ) Director ( Fin ) Executive Director (NR) Director ( project ) Director ( operation ) Director ( commercial ) Director ( technical ) Executive Director (NCR) General Manager Korba General Manager Brah General Manager Ramagundam Executive Director (ER) Executive Director (SR) Executive Director (WR)

Major Functions of organization :

Major Functions of organization Presently, NTPC generates power from Coal and Gas. With an installed capacity of 30,644 MW, NTPC is the largest power generating major in the country. It has also diversified into hydro power, coal mining, power equipment manufacturing, oil & gas exploration, power trading & distribution. With an increasing presence in the power value chain, NTPC is well on its way to becoming an “Integrated Power Major.” Core value : business ethics ,customer focus, organizational &professional pride, Mutual respect & trust, innovation &speed, TQ for excellence


Contd.. Power Project Construction. Generation of Electric Power. Coal Mining and Coal Washries. Oil Exploration. Distribution and Trading of Electricity through its wholly-owned subsidiary companies.

Responsibility and authority :

Responsibility and authority Authority General manager BARH DGM HR DGM FIN DGM Project DGM Operation R&R Dept. Training Dept. MANPOWER PLANNING R&R Manager Asst Manager Asst Manager Responsibility

Job description :

Job description Community Development Community Builders Teamwork Internal and external communications plans Core actives conducting a needs analysis setting learning objectives designing the program for VDAC implementing the program evaluating the program against the objectives. Etc

Relationship internal and external :

Relationship internal and external Present Performance Local Community

Behavioral of group or employees :

Behavioral of group or employees Good relationship between peer group and subordinate But failed to maintain the relationship with contractors, lower level employees , guest etc .

Positive aspect :

Positive aspect World top ten power company, Golden Peacock Award for CSR for the year 2003 Golden Peacock Awards for Excellence in Corporate Governance Provide 0.5 % of profit for CSR – CD activities Joint venture with NPCIL

Negative aspect :

Negative aspect Environmental Dissatisfaction among local community Red tap

Growth and change :

Growth and change


Contd … 1975- NTPC was set up in 1975 with 100% ownership by government of India. In the last 30 year NTPC has grown into the largest power utility in India 1997- in 1997 govt. of India granted NTPC status of NAVRATNA being on of the nine jewels of India, enhancing the power of the board of director . 2004- NTPC become a listed company with majority govt. ownership of 89.5% NTPC become 3 rd largest by market capitalization of listed company. 2008- NTPC is largest power generation company in India. Forbes global 2000 for 2008 ranked it 411 in the world.

Challenges :

Challenges Limited experience of operating in truly liberalized environment with competition. Stringent norms for approval of increase in capital cost for project in event of time overrun. E.g. : Barh super terminal power Ahs utilization Carbon trading

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