National Power Training Institute, Faridabad Reviews
National Power Training Institute, Faridabad

Faridabad, Haryana College of Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
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3.0/5
Based on 2 Reviews
College Infrastructure
2.8/5
Academics
3.8/5
Placements
4.2/5
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Campus Life
1.8/5
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No less than DTU or NIT

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Joined On: 27 Oct' 15

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Posted on 27 Oct' 15 by Abhishek
  • Batch of Jan. 1, 2012
If you are not getting a core branch in DTU or NIT then straightly enter in NPTI Delhi. It will specialized you in understanding complete working Power Plant somehow. Training will be provided to you by college in 3rd and 4th year. Placement graphs are better than any non-NIT college. Some of the reputed recruiters are- Jindal Power, Reliance Power, L&T, Siemens, GE, Alstom, Tata Power, Secure Meters, BALCO.
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Not good college

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Last Seen: 23 Feb' 18

Joined On: 21 May' 15

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Education Level: Graduate & Above

Posted on 21 May' 15 by Robin Prakash
worst infra in Delhi is of my college, only the placements are good except this there is nothing...no canteen, and library is ok but not so good like other colleges...and there no sports facilities, no training facilities overall except placement there is nothing in my college...no infrastructure, no faculty mostly are guest faculties, no facilities about anything....that it
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