In Jammu and Kashmir, the National Hydel Power Corporation would establish a hydero power training institute in Kangan area of Ganderbal district. Sources said the National Power Training Institute (NPTI) will prepare the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for proposed Institute to be set up jointly by State government and NHPC.
The sources said the process to establish the institute has started and NHPC has allocated the consultancy contract to NPTI for preparation of DPR. The proposed Institute is likely to become operational in the next two years.
Jammu and Kashmir has a hydropower potential of about 20,000 mw out of which only 2,456 mw has been harnessed so far. The State and Central governments have drawn up an ambitious plan for harnessing the vast hydropower potential and generate about 6,565 mw of power during the next five years.
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