LEADER'S SPEAK

Gurdeep Singh

Chairman & Managing Director

Message from Chairman & Managing Director

Economies and companies in this competitive world derive their edge through learning and innovation. NTPC is now a 50 GW + Company and all through the journey, it believed that a culture of learning has provided the company with sustained competitive advantage.

The power sector is going through a fundamental reorientation driven by the challenging national goal of delivering 24x7 affordable ‘Power for All’ by 2022. NTPC is committed to provide 'Low cost Low emissions' power, diversify into Solar with significant installed capacity by 2022.

Power Management Institute (PMI) as a leading institute in the sector has onus of developing and delivering focused programmes that prepare Organizations and sector to move ahead in an economically and environmentally sustainable manner. I am happy to note that PMI program portfolio includes learning solutions on contemporary themes and also a progressive shift towards technology-driven learning platforms to reach targeted audience at a faster pace.

The institute plays a pivotal role in preparing Company for sustaining performance and technology leadership, through customized programs delivered in collaboration with leading OEMs. NTPC-PMI is focusing on result-driven initiatives with measurable outcomes which will go a long way in blending range with quality.

I wish NTPC PMI all success in its endeavours to become a globally comparable learning center.

 

(GURDEEP SINGH)
Chairman & Managing Director

Saptarshi Roy

Director (Human-Resource)

Message from Director (Human Resources)

The Power Management Institute (PMI), as an apex level training centre for NTPC, grooms future business leaders through its state-of-the-art learning and development interventions. The Institute provides the muscle for organizational growth, by constantly updating knowledge, skills and competencies of NTPCians through its seasoned and experienced faculty, supplementing with a variety of distance learning interventions. 

With the prevailing business environment characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, the need of the hour is to keep reorienting and revamping ourselves in order to remain ahead of the curve. In such a scenario PMI has to leverage its strengths in order to align organizational capabilities to meet the demands of the business we are in, and act as a change agent not only for our company but for the entire energy sector.

I am confident that following the mantra of 'Learning @ the speed of business' PMI will continue to remain at the cutting edge of 'Learning and Development' globally 


My best wishes to all.


(Saptarshi Roy)
Director (Human Resources)

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