11-12-2014, 08:08 PM
Kerala State Electricity Board has established a set of guidelines for engineering and management students who want to take a project work, or take job training, supplier of utility services.
Guidelines have been established, as students will have access to heavy electrical equipment in areas that require careful handling. In addition, the current high consumption of students, especially in urban areas, was the cause of inconvenience to the staff, says Valsalakumari K, chief engineer (Human Resources Management). The Council, considering these questions, raised fee Furthermore, restricting the intake of students.
A recent ruling said that only those students whose projects relevant or important for KSEB, must be allowed to conduct research. Power plant and gave Moozhiyar and load dispatch center in Kalamasserry, have limits for management students.
The revised guidelines have a limited number of students to five in the package, and will be allowed a maximum of three months to complete their project work.
Currently, at least 10-15 students attend the generation / sub-stations, almost all days of the month. Also, because most of the students who are interested in KSEB institutions in urban areas, it also generates difficulties for the Staff Council.
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