What is power cables and jointing?
Joining electrical power cables together by twisting the wires and taping them or more detailed using a variety of inline adapters and connectors is called power cables jointing. The method used for a particular joint depends on the voltage, type of cable, type of joint, type of connector, application and other factors. Regardless of the method used, it is important to have the proper tools and materials.
Name of the course:
Power Cables and Jointing Techniques
National Power Training Institute by Ministry of Power, Govt of India
Key points covered:
- Electricity Act 2003
- Legal Framework
- Policies and Regulations
- Indian Electricity
- Grid Code
- Frequency Control
- Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Control and RGMO
- Reactive Power Management - Basics, Sources and Sinks, Reactive Power
- Management in Transmission and Distribution
- Open access Regulations- Long term
- access, Medium Term OA and Short Term Open Access, Power exchange
Engineers from State Electricity Boards/ Power utilities/Distribution Systems, R & D
organisations, Academic institutions, manufacturers, contractors, consultants etc.
Rs.12,650 for non-residential candidates and Rs.14,177 for residential candidates
14 to 16 December 2016
Power Systems Training Institute, NPTI
Yarab Nagar Bus Stop
Banashankari 2nd Stage,
Bangalore-560070, Karnataka State, India.
Number of seats:
How to apply:
- Download the application form and send it along with the DD payable at Bangalore.
- Payments must be in the form of e-transfer / DD only in favour of Power Systems Training
- Institute payable at Bangalore.
- Name of the trainee & course shall be written on the backside of the DD.
- The bank transaction id and date shall be sent by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org in case of e-transfers.
Last date of admission:
Seven days prior the commencement of the course