NPTI

National Power Training Institute or NPTI is a National body for Training and Human Resources Development in Power Sector in India.

Its Corporate Office is at Faridabad. NPTI operates on an all India basis through its Units in different power zones of the country located at Faridabad, Neyveli (1965), Durgapur (1968), Badarpur, New Delhi (1974), Nagpur (1975), Centre for Advanced Management and Power Studies (CAMPS), Faridabad (2000), North-Eastern Regional Institute, Guwahati (2003), Hydro Power Training Institute (HPTI) to be established at Nangal, Power Systems Training Institute (PSTI), Bangalore (1972), and Hot Line Training Centre (HLTC) also at Bangalore (1974).

NPTI offers several short-term and long-term Training Programs in Power Sector and related Industries. NPTI has trained more than 100,000 power professional in regular programs in the past 4 years [fn]About NPTI[/fn]

Branches offered in NTPI

4 years B. Tech. in Power Engineering

NTPI Address

Badarpur, New Delhi -110044, India
NPTI Corporate Office
Sector – 33, Faridabad – 121 003, India
Phone: 0129-2275308, 2275475
Fax: 0129-2277412
Website: npti.nic.in

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