New Delhi, Aug 4 (UNI) Power Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde today expressed concern at the migration of trained manpower in Public Sector Undertakings to the lucrative private sector, saying the state-run enterprises should make an all-out bid to meet the aspirations of the young.
"The retention of trained manpower is the biggest challenge for National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) today started the second batch of its NTPC Executive Trainees-2008 (campus batch).
''The power sector of the country has got enriched by 464 young engineers joining NTPC to serve the nation,'' Minister for Power Sushil Kumar Shinde said while addressing the function.
before NTPC and it should rework its policies to provide for higher education facilities and other aspirations of the young engineers, Minister of State for Commerce and Power Jairam Ramesh said.
The appointed candidates will undergo six months of classroom training followed by six months of on-the-job training at various Employee Development Centres located at different projects.
NTPC is also in the process of recruiting 320 Executive Trainees through an All India Open Competitive Examination.
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