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AICTE Sponsored Course on Nuclear Power Technologies at NITTTR Chandigarh [Jan 20-24, 2020]: Registrations Open

About

In realization of the need for training better quality technicians to meet the large scale industrialization of the country, the ministry of Human Resource Development (the then Ministry of Education), Government of India established four Regional Technical Teachers’ Training Institutes (now National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, NITTTR at Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai and Kolkata in 1967.

The Institute at Chandigarh is one of these four NITTTRs, started in collaboration with the Royal Netherlands Government (up to 1974). It was designed to meet the requirements of developing polytechnic education in the northern region covering the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Delhi and Union Territory of Chandigarh.

The objective of the course is to provide knowledge to participants in the field of nuclear energy and power options. The phenomenon of nuclear fission and fusion, which form the basis for nuclear power generation, fission reactors and power plants, radiation detections and safety measures as well as development options for reactors based on nuclear fusion will be the major focus.

Course Content
  • Nuclear Composition and Binding Energy;
  • Nuclear Fission and Fusion;
  • Fission Reactors and Power Generation;
  • Radiation Detection and Measurements;
  • Nuclear Fuels and processing;
  • Radioactive Waste and Safety Measures;
  • Breeder Reactors,
  • Fusion Reactors Technologies;
  • Experiments with radiations etc.
  • Field visits/video presentations to supplement the factual knowledge disseminated during the lectures.
Registration

Interested candidates can register online by clicking here.

Contact

Phone Number: 0172-2759556

Email ID: bcc1962@nitttrchd.ac.in

For further details, click here.

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