I am finding myself too studious in this company. Its totally because I learned to work more than talk. I am fit for high work load at higher management position. I work more than the payment made by the company. I am not happy here.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Nabinagar, Bihar – August 29, 2016
One day while unloading a 1100 NB pipe at site from trailer. A pipe rolled down over a standing motor bike and damaged it. The angry bike owner gathered the villagers and asked for a new bike. we agreed for the repairing cost but he decline. So, at last we paid him for the new bike. Often we faced hindrance by the natives for their own reasons but we together used to solve the matter in a decent way. The best part of my job was that even after some up and down it was like a picnic with my fellow workers. All my experiences taught me that every project is a beginning for the betterment of an employee.
- Jobs are well assigned and discussed - Various opportunities of learning available for a person who has hunger to learn. I learn managing teams, interacting and managing relations with external/internal audit and other regulatory departments - Management involves and encourages employees to contribute and always open to consider innovative ideas - Co-Workers are very supportive. You are given ample opportunities to learn and work without any pressure. - Tough part is that same increment each year and having virtually no difference in the monetary appreciation of every employee - Learning environment is the most enjoyable part
Every day you go back home feeling you have done something. Working in team helps you and co grow. Management as a coach is more effective. A nice aspect is to have cosmopolitan mix of work force. Even hardest nuts crack.One feels best when your ideas are not stifled but given a consideration.
The communication between the managing and the workers is very good. Safety precautions is given prior importance. Production rate is very high. Training period for new hires gives more knowledge to learn.
Junior Engineer (Civil) (Former Employee) – New Delhi, Delhi – June 20, 2016
typical day at work good experience work in present company working at thermal power plant good management nice team work at workplace at the time of chimney construction at the time of alignment of TG bolts and concrete
HR Assistant (Former Employee) – Farakka, West Bengal – April 9, 2016
I am very proud that I have worked in ntpc limited farakka because ntpc is a maharatna company and best employer in india and it is a learning concern through which I have learnt various kinds of office administration work including employee service, employee benefit and employee development.
Internship (Former Employee) – Uttar Pradesh – April 18, 2016
boiler & turbine maintenance department in basic knowledge. this organization is very good .this organization employee very helping & very knowledge, management also good. my vocational training in very important and knowledge in career.
DGM OPERATION (Current Employee) – TALCHER KANIHA,ANGUL DISTRICT ODISHA. – January 8, 2016
Challenging and managing. Working as shift charged engineer needs to look after the dc/sg and frequent communication with other depts. For geeting the job done which is affecting the generation. Learnt a lot about power plant generation and about commercial aspects regarding power plant generation. Being psu we need to have good manpower manegement as we need handle people with different level of skills and understanding.
GOOD MEDICAL FACILITY.
BEING A LARGE ORGANISATION, PEOPLE OFTEN GET LOST IN THE CROWD.SOME KIND OF IDENTITY CRISIS.
Internship (Former Employee) – Ramaguda, AP – October 1, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management.The most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.The office started to get crowded as the company grew and it was more difficult to know the new people.