Hr Policies in Ntpc

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NTPC Ltd.
(NATIONAL THERMAL POWER CORPORATION)
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Apurva Mathur
Eklavya Gogia
Juhi Gahlot
Komal Taneja
Megha Parashar
Tanushree Gupta
INDEX
INDUSTRY PROFILE
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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
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HR FUNCTIONS
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*ACKNOWLEDG*EMENT
We are indebted to Dr. Ravikiran Dwivedula for his expert and unstinting guidance throughout the making of this project. It was his patience and advice that enabled us to canalize our efforts towards the making of a report that hopefully meets the high standards set for us. We also owe our gratitude to employees of NTPC who shared with us such valuable information and gave us an insight on the training and development done in NTPC. INTRODUCTION

NTPC Limited, formerly known as National Thermal Power Corporation, was incorporated by Government of India in 1975 to supplement the efforts of states for quicker and greater capacity addition with mandate for planning and organizing an integrated development of thermal power in India to support the power needs of the Indian economy. In 1997 Department of Public Enterprises, Government of India provided Navratna status to the company with powers of operational autonomy to the Board of NTPC. The first power plant became operational with commissioning of 210MW unit in 1982 at Singrauli. {draw:frame}

Fig 1: Growth in installed Capacity
INDUSTRY PROFILE
Indian power sector or the power industry in India comprises of the various governmental bodies looking after the power systems in India, power generation industry and technologies in India, power supplies, power industry report showing the analysis of the power scenario in India, the Indian power requirements and shortage, the various power supply unit and the power infrastructure in India. Various central public sector corporations like National Hydroelectric Power Corporation, National Thermal Power Corporation and other state level corporations (State Electricity Boards or SEB’s) are entrusted with the responsibility of managing the electric power generation in India. MAJOR PLAYERS

NTPC
NHPC
TATA POWER
RELIANCE ENERGY LIMITED
SUZLON ENERGY LIMITED
JAIPRAKASH HYDRO POWER LIMITED
*Fig 2* : Market share in power generation capacity
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ORGANISATION STRUCTURE
At the top most level of the company are the Board of Directors (BOD) appointed by the Government of India. The BOD is headed by the CMD. The nation-wide power generation operations have been divided into 6 regions – North, West, East, South, National Capital and Hydro. Each region is headed by a Regional Executive Director. The Unit Heads of all plants in a region report to their respective EDs. The functional Directors give advice to the Regional EDs in their discussions to ensure progress and efficient operation of the organization. The Organisation Chart has been given on the next page.

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Fig 3: Organisation Chart
VISION:
_‘A world class integrated power major, powering India’s growth, with increasing global presence.’_ CORPORATE MISSION:
_‘Develop and provide reliable power, related products and services at competitive prices, integrating multiple energy sources with innovative and eco-friendly technologies and contribute to the society.’_ Business Ethics

Customer Focus
Organisational & Professional Pride
Mutual Respect & Trust
Innovation & Speed
Total Quality for Excellence
OBJECTIVES* in *Human Resource Development
• To enhance organisational performance by institutionalising an objective and open performance management system. • To align individual and organisational needs and develop business leaders by implementing a career development system. •...
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