What is the admission procedure for B.Tech in National Power Training Institute
Admissions to this course are made through Common Entrace Test (CET) conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) in May/June every year with an intake of 60 students. Six seats are reserved for diploma holders who are admitted through an entrance test, conducted by GGSIPU, in the third semester directly.
A Candidate is eligible for admission to B-Tech (Power Engineering) at NPTI (ER), Durgapur subject to the following conditions:
a] He / She should pass the Higher Secondary Examination (10+2) of West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education with English, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics or an equivalent examination. In case of Lateral entry, he/she should pass the diploma in Mech- /Elect. Engg. from Govt. approved polytechnic college.
b] He / She should maintain good mental and physical health. No abnormality in heart, Lungs and vision.
c] He / She should have to qualify in the Joint Entrance Examination, of the year of admission, conducted by the West Bengal Board of Examination for Admission to Engineering and Technological Degree Colleges.
d] He / She will have to submit school leaving / Migration Certificate / Continuity Certificate as the case may be, within a specified date, otherwise the provisional admission of the candidate will stand automatically concealed.
INTAKE Discipline Sanctioned Intake: Power Engineering Sixty (60) WB-JEE/AIEEE through CSC Management Quota - 06, WB-JEE - 48, AIEEE- 06 Six (06) seats are filled up through lateral entry (WB-JELET) for diploma students (Elect./Mech.) directly in second year.
Admission procedure for MBA(Power Management) from NPTI
Hello I completed my graduation in mechanical with 77.97% now planning to do MBA in power management from Npti Faridabad. Please suggest.
The program is targeted towards fresh and practicing engineers and is a unique golden opportunity for the Management of Power Utilities to groom bright executives with engineering background who are expected to move to key positions in the near future. In addition to the inputs provided in regular MBA programs , this 'Program with a Difference' lends special emphasis on specific Power Sector issues and ethos to give extra strength to the Indian Power Sector engineers to steer Power Sector of the country in the challenging times ahead. The curriculum design and the learning process emphasize the development of students' skills and abilities to apply management theories and concepts to live problems of electricity industry. The course is duly recognized by AICTE and affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak.
(includes development fund to the University) Non -sponsored Rs. 75,000/- *per semester Sponsored Rs. 3,00,000/- *per annum *fee is under revision Date Of Commencement: July 2011