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NTPC is India’s largest energy conglomerate with roots planted way back in 1975 to accelerate power development in India. Since then it has established itself as the dominant power major with presence in the entire value chain of the power generation business. From fossil fuels it has forayed into generating electricity via hydro, nuclear and renewable energy sources. This foray will play a major role in lowering its carbon footprint by reducing green house gas emissions. To strengthen its core business, the corporation has diversified into the fields of consultancy, power trading, training of power professionals, rural electrification, ash utilisation and coal mining as well.

NTPC became a Maharatna company in May 2010, one of the only four companies to be awarded this status. NTPC was ranked 400th in the ‘2016, Forbes Global 2000’ ranking of the World’s biggest companies.

Growth of NTPC installed capacity and generation



Growth in Installed Capacity
Growth in Installed Capacity

The total installed capacity of the company is 51,383 MW (including JVs) with 20 coal based,  7 gas based stations, 1 Hydro based station and 1 Wind based station. 9 Joint Venture stations are coal based and 11 Solar PV projects. The capacity will have a diversified fuel mix and by 2032, non fossil fuel based generation capacity shall make up nearly 30% of NTPC’s portfolio.

NTPC has been operating its plants at high efficiency levels. Although the company has 17.73% of the total national capacity, it contributes 24% of total power generation due to its focus on high efficiency.

In October 2004, NTPC launched its Initial Public Offering (IPO) consisting of 5.25% as fresh issue and 5.25% as offer for sale by the Government of India. NTPC thus became a listed company in November 2004 with the Government holding 89.5% of the equity share capital. In February 2010, the Shareholding of Government of India was reduced from 89.5% to 84.5% through a further public offer. Government of India has further divested 9.5% shares through OFS route in February 2013. With this, GOI's holding in NTPC has reduced from 84.5% to 75%. The rest is held by Institutional Investors, banks and Public. Presently, Government of India is holding in NTPC has reduced to 69.74%.

NTPC is not only the foremost power generator; it is also among the great places to work. The company is guided by the “People before Plant Load Factor” mantra which is the template for all its human resource related policies. NTPC has been ranked as “6th Best Company to work for in India” among the Public Sector Undertakings and Large Enterprises for the year 2014, by the Great Places to Work Institute, India Chapter in collaboration with The Economic Times.

NTPC, Sipat plant
NTPC, Singrauliplant


Plan was founded in 1937 by British journalist John Langdon-Davies and refugee worker Eric Muggeridge. Originally named 'Foster Parents Plan for Children in Spain', the aim was to provide food, accommodation and education to children whose lives had been disrupted by the Spanish Civil War.Since that time, their approach to humanitarian assistance has evolved from wartime relief activities, to post-war support, to long-term community development and emergency assistance that helps children, their families and their communities in developing countries.

Plan in India

Plan began work in India in 1979. Over the years, Plan and its partners have helped communities throughout India to support them so that children have access to their rights including the right to:

  • Protection
  • Basic education
  • Proper healthcare
  • A healthy environment
  • Livelihood opportunities
  • Their participation in decisions making process which affect their lives

Plan India currently works in 13 states across 5,400 communities and has touched the lives of over a million children.

Plan’s vision is of a world in which all children realise their full potential in societies which respect people’s rights and dignity. It is an independent organisation, with no religious, political or governmental affiliations.Plan aims to achieve lasting improvements in the quality of life of deprived children in developing countries through a process that unites people across cultures and adds meaning and value to their lives by:

  • Enabling deprived children, their families and their communities to meet their basic needs and to increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies.
  • Building relationships to increase understanding and unity among peoples of different cultures and countries.
  • Promoting the rights and interests of the world's children.

In India, many children experience various forms of violence, exploitation and abuse. They are forced to work in intolerable conditions or trafficked into sexual trade. Children are also subjected to corporal punishment at school and forced into child marriage. A girl especially is more vulnerable to violence, exploitation and abuse. The poor economic conditions of family households, cultural and social practices and prevalence of child marriage are the significant reasons for girls leaving school early and the decline of their education, which in turn reduces opportunity. It can also lead to early pregnancy which is a substantial health risk. The health of girls who are sexually exploited is also at high risk as they are more likely to contract life threatening diseases. Children in such circumstances have their rights denied in the most fundamental way. Plan and its partners work to create protective and supportive environments in which both girls and boys are safe from violence and exploitation, their rights are protected and each child has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Nai Asha -Ashirwad

Nai Asha – Ashirwad is an Organization working on Human Trafficking, which came into existence in July 2012 to take care of survivors of trafficking. Nai Asha -safe home- alsoruns two years graduation programs for participants(Survivors of Trafficking & Rape Victims). Nai Asha works in four pathways for holistic approach for survivors of trafficked and rape victims:

  • Educational
  • Life Skills
  • Spiritual
  • Socialization


Individuality and dignity of human being should be identified irrespective to their cast creed and gender. The world should be safer place for soft gender to live in. Justice for oppressed community need to be ensured by practicing non violent pattern of Gospel..


To counsel and aware likeminded people to come together and stand against social inequality regional gender preference, imbalance and corruption. To be an Active partner in this movement “Nai Asha” runs safe homes to provide unconditional stay and care for survivors of trafficking and rape victims.


To do advocacy against human trafficking and crime against woman and aware at least students of six collages through speak up campaign in a year. Saferestoration/rehabilitation of participants of “Nai Asha” Safe Home.

Contact Person:

Ashish Srivastava

Director- Operations