Power minister introduces NTPC's people group centered offices in Bihar
Union minister R K Singh on Saturday introduced network centered offices created by NTPC in Bihar, the force PSU said. The offices incorporated a three-km Meh-Indrapuri blast street worked by the force maker that will chop down the separation between Nabinagar in Aurangabad to Patna by 12 kilometers, NTPC said in an announcement.
Additionally, the clergyman introduced two NTPC public venues worked at a cost Rs 62 lakh in Barh town to help more than 13,500 individuals in the bordering towns, it said.
"R K Singh, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Power, New and Renewable Energy today introduced a large group of a network centered offices created by NTPC in Bihar in the region of NTPC Barh (1320 MW), Nabinagar Power Generation Company Pvt. Ltd. (NPGCL), Nabinagar (660 MW) and Kanti Bijlee Utpadan Nigam Limited (KBUNL), Kanti (610 MW)," the PSU said.
In Kanti, the clergyman initiated a multi-utilitarian door complex which will intently screen section and exit of guests at its 610 MW Kanti Bijlee Utpadan Nigam Limited (KBUNL). The development of these offices and framework introduced will make life advantageous for local people, improve access and assist spare with voyaging time, the priest said.
The priest additionally said that in the previous 3-4 years, the service has put resources into Rs 11,000 crore worth of activities for zap in Bihar, which incorporates substations, transmission and provincial charge ventures.
NTPC CMD Gurdeep Singh said...the development of NTPC has assumed an instrumental function in the improvement of Bihar. Out of its all out introduced limit of 62,910 MW, NTPC directly has 6,150 MW in Bihar. We are additionally dedicated to embracing different CSR activities for the improvement of Bihar