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NIMSME to conduct 3-day training programme on solar PV power plants from May 27-29

The course costs Rs 7,500 for participants who wish to avail residential facilities and Rs 6,000 for participants who don’t. NI-MSME added that 18 percent GST is applicable to both these amounts.

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15th May 2019
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The National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NI-MSME) in Hyderabad will conduct a short-term course on solar PV grid-connected power plants meant for startups, entrepreneurs, project development managers, implementing agencies, and students. The three day programme starts on May 27 and ends on May 29.


The course costs Rs 7,500 for participants who wish to avail residential facilities and Rs 6,000 for participants who don’t. NI-MSME added that 18 percent GST is applicable to both these amounts.


According to a NI-MSME document,  course participants will gain knowledge and will have the opportunity to interact with highly-experienced renewable energy project managers, technicians, and experts onsite.


They will and study resource assessment, system sizing, project planning, accurate energy yield assessment, best practice in design and installation, detailed feasibility report/DPR preparation, bid preparation and evaluation, operation and maintenance, planning, documentation, and knowledge management.


The course covers both rooftop and large scale PV power projects, NI-MSME said in the document, adding that the course will be delivered in lecture format using PowerPoint Presentations, sharing of case studies, energy yield estimation exercises, and site assessment exercises.


For more information on the course, please follow this link.


Earlier this month, NI-MSME also announced a five day training programme on waste recycling in the MSME sector. The programme will run from May 20 to 24, from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.


A document on the initiative released by NI-MSME said that the waste recycling programme is targeting industrial representatives, local body representatives, recycling industries executives, NGOs, R&D cells, universities/educational institutions, municipal authorities, and other stakeholders.


NI-MSME, started in 1962, seeks to provide pro-business environments to lead MSMEs towards success and prosperity. It aims to assist the government in formulating policies for MSMEs and to help the practicing and potential entrepreneurs through a host of services such as training, research, consultancy, information, education, and more.



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