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I Introduction to Proposal,II Project Objective,III Background Information. Current Skill Development Status,Different Segments of Industry. Key Drivers of Growth,IV Global Best Practices in the Industry. V Overview of PSSC Activities,VI Nature of Likely Impact. VII Operating Model of the PSSC,VIII Financing of the PSSC.
IX Partnerships,X Key Risks associated with the Project. XI Organization details Profile of Management Team. XII Key Documents attached,XIII Glossary of items used in the proposal. XIV Annexure,INTRODUCTION TO PROPOSAL, This page introduces your Industry Sector and the guiding philosophy behind this Proposal Please fill. in the following aspects and any other that you wish in a broad manner. Who are the promoters of this Proposal What is the purpose. How is skill development being currently carried out in your Industry What are the challenges. Introduction, The Power Sector Skill Council PSSC is being promoted by Central Electricity Authority CEA on. behalf of Ministry of Power Ministry of New and Renewable Energy MNRE Indian Electrical. and Electronics Manufacturers Association IEEMA and is supported by various PSUs. Associations Organizations and Industry players in the power sector renewable energy sector and. power equipment manufacturing sector,Central Electricity Authority.
CEA is a Statutory Body constituted under the erstwhile Electricity Supply Act 1948 hereinafter. replaced by the Electricity Act 2003 where similar provisions exists the office of the CEA is an. Attached Office of the Ministry of Power The CEA is responsible for the technical coordination and. supervision of programmes and is also entrusted with a number of statutory functions One of the many. important responsibilities of CEA is to promote measures for advancing the skills of persons. engaged in electricity industry pursuant to which it is leading the effort to promote the Power Sector. Skill Council,Ministry of New and Renewable Energy MNRE. MNRE is the nodal Ministry of Govt of India for all matters relating to New and renewable energy with. the aim to supplement the energy requirements of the country The main activities of MNRE are to. facilitate R D manufacturing and deployment of new renewable energy systems devices laying of. standards specifications technology mapping and benchmarking facilitate industry in obtaining. appropriate international level quality assurance accreditation The major non conventional sources of. Renewable Energy are Hydro Energy upto25 MW Wind Energy Solar Energy biomass Energy. Tidal Energy Geothermal Energy Wave Energy Biofuel Energy Domestic Industrial waste and. Bagasse co generation, Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers Associations IEEMA. IEEMA is the national representative organization of manufactures of electrical and electronics. equipments IEEMA represents about 800 members organizations from public joint and private sectors. with its members having distinctions of contributing to more than 95 of over 210000Mw installed. generating capacity in India, The major activities of IEEMA are dissemination of information about Govt policy changes and. statistics representing view of the industry to Govt formulating industry standards operation and. maintenance guidelines to meet specific needs of members and their users industries and conducting. technical activities under their various divisions organizing international conferences workshops. training programs and quality awareness programs IEEMA is part of many councils and committees. constituted by the govt, IEEMA as the representative of the industry maintains a dialogue with Govt various utilities other. users standardization bodies educational R D and testing institutions IEEMA is the certified body. as per ISO 9001 2000 Sub sectors of manufacturing sector are manufacturing of main equipments. ancillary and allied industry repair and maintenance of equipment household and commercial electrical. India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world with the Gross Domestic Product GDP. growing for the last several years in spite of global recession Development of adequate infrastructure is. the most critical prerequisite for sustaining the growth momentum of the economy and ensuring. inclusiveness of the growth process In India investment in infrastructure as a percentage of GDP has. risen from 4 9 in 2002 03 to over 7 5 in 2010 and is expected to reach the target of 10 of GDP by. 2016 17 With India s growing population urbanization and focus on Infrastructure development the. present surge in electricity demand and the projected increase of the demand the importance of. available energy cannot be underestimated The liberalization and globalization of the economy has. resulted in increased pace in industrial and commercial activities and this combined with penetration of. technology and I T in the day today life is expected to result in a high demand and growth in Power It. is therefore essential that development of the Power Industry is commensurate with the overall economic. growth of the country, Currently the Power Industry is facing a major problem in getting skilled and employable manpower.
which is technically competent and ready to be deployed The industry thrives with ad hoc sourcing of. manpower and ad hoc training techniques As per CIDC Construction Industry Development Council. it is estimated that only 3 5 of the total blue collared workforce employed by the sector has some. formal training or are certified The skill gap is widening every year and impacting critical functions and. quality of output The shortage of skilled workforce may adversely impact the growth of this industry as. the current sources of training are not scalable as per the required manpower There is an urgent need to. identify the gaps asses the demand build skilled workforce in millions for which all the Stakeholders. need to work collectively to enlarge the pool of skilled workforce. The purpose of establishing the Power Sector Skill Council PSSC is to ensure that skilled and certified. manpower in adequate numbers is provided across various segments of this industry The PSSC will. create a dynamic Labour Market Information System LMIS to keep track of the labour market will. identify skill gaps frame Occupational Standards in order to facilitate development of practical and high. quality training content ensure adequate availability of faculty through Train The Trainer initiatives. build accreditation and certification mechanisms and encourage capacity building through private sector. participation Though some of the job roles may be common to other Sectors like Construction and. Capital Goods there is need for specialization of skills required to handle Power Plants Nuclear Solar. Wind Bio gasses plants which carry a higher risk for human life especially the Nuclear Plants The. skill needs of the Power Sector can only be understood by the people who are associated with this. Industry The operation and maintenance of these plants with advanced technologies and high end. products need highly skilled workforce trained to use the latest tools and equipment PSSC will utilize. the information and data available with the other SSC for all the activities which are common to other. related SSCs like the Construction and the Capital Goods SSCs. Current status of Skill Development in the industry. Power Industry has unanimously been accepted as one of the vital sectors for economic growth of the. Indian economy There has been a rapid stride in the development of the power sector both in terms of. enhancing power generation as well as in making power available to widely distributed geographical. boundaries In order to meet the increasing demand for electricity there is a requirement of large. additions to the installed generating capacity and development of associated transmission and. distribution network The key challenges to be addressed during the 12th Plan are providing access of. power to all through sustainability efficiency and effectiveness of Distribution The per capita energy. consumption in India is quite low at 879 kWH in 2011 12 as compared to the global average of 2300. units per person According to the Electric Power Survey the energy requirement of India is expected to. increase multifold from 936589 MUs in 2011 12 to 37 10 083 MUs in 2031 32 The massive growth. expected in the Power Sector and related Industries manufacturing Equipments for the Sector will. require additional skilled manpower in the Industry Following the technology upgradation training and. upskilling of the manpower currently employed will also be required as it is estimated that only 3 5. of the total blue collared workforce employed by the sector has some formal training or are certified. For the purpose of skill development the scope of the Power Sector Skill Council would cover the. following Segments jointly referred as Power Industry. 1 Power Sector Electricity Generation Transmission Power Systems Operations. and Distribution,2 Renewable Energy Sector,3 Power Equipment Manufacturing Sector. Present Scenario of Training Facilities, Power industry is a multi disciplinary highly capital intensive industry where Human element is the. most vital input Power Industry requires technically trained manpower for various roles such as project. planning implementation erection commissioning testing O M including transmission and. distribution of power Renewable Energy Sector and manufacturing segment At present no formal. studies are available in educational institutions which can equip a person with knowledge of different. inputs required for the job performance in Power Sector Special training is necessary for personnel at. every level in the industry to keep abreast with rapidly advancing state of the art technology in the. power industry The Power Sector skill Council PSSC will be responsible for training skill. development of Workforce in the Power Sector Renewable Energy Sector and Power Equipment. Manufacturing Sector, Skills Training for various Trades related to the Power Industry are being offered in both public and. private institutions including ITIs Industrial Training Institutes ITCs Industrial Training Centres and. VTIs Vocational Training Institutes however they do not currently cater adequately to the skill. demands of the industry and the curriculum offered does not provide training in essential job trades. critical to the Industry The current ITIs and other vocational training institutions provide courses for. basic skill sets only and lack provision of specialized skill required in the industry The pace of change. in technology is rapid hence very often the speed of obsolesce overtakes the rate of acquisition of. particular skill and knowledge All sectors are moving towards higher technology platforms hence the. need for skilled talent will also increase proportionally which certainly cannot be catered to with the. present number of ITIs ITC VTIs Moreover the skill sets required for the power sector in new areas is. not available to meet the needs of the industry Also 69 ITIs have been adopted by PSUs Private. organizations, As mentioned in the Report of The Working Group on Power for Twelfth Plan 2012 2017 issued by. Ministry of Power Govt of India in January 2012 although the technical knowledge acquired from. engineering colleges polytechnics industrial training institutes and other technical institutions provides. the basic foundation the same needs to be supplemented with applied engineering skills in the various. spheres i e power generation transmission and distribution The sector is facing challenges in sourcing. skilled manpower and there is a shortage of experienced skilled manpower as well as of RE trainers. As per the report of the Working Group on Power for 11th plan the total manpower at the end of 11 th. Plan was estimated at 11 63 lakhs Overall training load during 11th Plan was estimated at 4 65 lakh. man months year As per CEA data it has been estimated that only 0 33 Lakh man months Yr training. load was achieved by 68 institutes during 2008 09, During the year 2010 11 the training infrastructure available has been estimated at 0 82 lakhs man.
months yr for about 70 training institutes The Overall training load during 12th Plan is estimated as. 2473 41 thousand man weeks year The available training infrastructure is 1945 69 thousand man. weeks year Thus there is a deficit of training infrastructure for 527 72 thousand man weeks year The. Training capacity of some of the Organizations based on the training imparted by them as quoted in the. Report of The Working Group on Power for Twelfth Plan 2012 2017 issued by Ministry of Power. Govt of India in January 2012 are as given in the Table below. S Name of the Organisation Infrastructure available Nos Trained Capacity. 1 National Power Training Nine Institutes in different zones 1 80 000 in 4 decades. Institute NPTI Simulators NPTI has 1 x 500 MW,Thermal Training Simulator 2 x. 210 MW Thermal training,Simulators 1 x 430 MW 2 x 143. MW Gas Turbine and 1 x 144 MW,Steam Turbine Combined Cycle. Gas Turbine Simulator One each,of Hydel and Load Dispatch. Simulators, 2 Power Management 11 No of training institutes at its Training of 18 856 Man Months.
Institute PMI other Project Sites per Year,training institutes of NTPC. 3 NHPC Institutes at Project Sites 1917 Man Months per Year. V Overview of PSSC Activities VI Nature of Likely Impact VII Operating Model of the PSSC VIII Financing of the PSSC IX Partnerships X Key Risks associated with the Project XI Organization details Profile of Management Team XII Key Documents attached XIII Glossary of items used in the proposal XIV Annexure 3 INTRODUCTION TO PROPOSAL This page introduces your Industry Sector and the gu

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