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What is the term inplant training deals with? How to get inplant training in NTPC department?


What is the term inplant training deals with? How to get inplant training in NTPC department? Can you please guide me with the complete information on the same as soon as possible? It will be really helpful if you can answer me soon. Awaiting for the response.

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12th October 2016, 04:07 PM
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Default Re: What is the term inplant training deals with? How to get inplant training in NTPC department?

Inplant training refers to a short time training period where one can learn about the activities of the real companies in the real world. We don't get the proper knowledge and education about the companies in our college, so it helps us to know the difference between the practical study of the company and the theoretical study. It helps us to know that how real real and different a company is apart from the books. Most of the companies offers paid internship which is around 2-4 weeks long.

In order to apply for inplant training in NTPC at first you have to write an application stating about the request and availability of internship. Get a recommendation letter and a NOC from the training and placement cell of your college. Prepare a resume, attach the letter, the application and address it to the HOD of NTPC.

You will receive an acknowledgement letter if your resume gets shortlisted. Now you have to get the NOC signed by the principal of your college, attach it with the letter and send it again to the company. Next you will be called for the selection process followed by HR interview and hence, after clearing both you can start your training.




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