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Post Corporatization, MSPDCL is a 100% subsidiary of MSPCL and undertakes power distribution activity within the state of Manipur. MSPDCL houses the entire network in the state at a voltage level of 11 kV and below. All the existing generation assets of about 45 MW which are primarily functioning as back-up generation facilities is transferred to MSPDCL. These generating assets is included as other business for MSPDCL.MSPDCL also carries out the trading activity. Find out all the details about MSPCL here.
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Post Name Control Room Assistant No. of Vacancy 240 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 5200-20200 - Grade Pay Rs. 1900 - Post Name Junior System Assistant No. of Vacancy 210 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 4440-7440 - Grade Pay Rs. 1650 - Post Name Watchman cum Cleaning Assistant No. of Vacancy 230 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 4440-7440 - Grade Pay Rs. 1300 - Educational Qualification For Control Room Assistant Matriculate HSLC or equivalent from recognized board University. and Electrician Wireman Trade certificate from a recognized institute or higher qualification in Electrical Engineering. For Junior System Assistant Watchman cum Cleaning Assistat Matriculate HSLC or equivalent from recognized board University. Age Relaxation For SC ST Candidates 5 years For OBC Candidates 3 years For PWD Candidates 10 years Job Location......
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Post Name Company Secretary No. of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 30000 - Per month Post Name Accounts cum Commercial Manager No. of Vacancy 04 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 8000 - Per month Educational Qualification For Company Secretary Degree of a recognized University with one year experience of working in company Secretaries. For Accounts cum Commercial Manager Graduate in Commerce Economics from a recognized university institute with 50 marks. Age Limit For Company Secretary 38 years as on 01.01.2016 . For Accounts cum Commercial Manager 38 years as on 30.04.2015 Age Relaxation For SC ST Candidates 5 years For OBC Candidates 3 years Job Location Imphal Manipur Selection Process Selection will be made on Written test Interview. Application Fee Candidates have to pay Rs.200 - for Gen UR candidates......
MSPCL is the power company sutuated in Manipur.
Manipur occupies an area of great strategic importance in the North Eastern corner of India, with the city of Imphal as its capital. It has a total area of 22,347 Sq.Km. with nine districts and an aggregate population of about 27 lakh. Manipur is bordered by the states of Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the south and Assam in the west. It also borders Myanmar in the east as well as in the south. The state lies at a latitude of 23°83'N – 25°68'N and longitude of 93°03'E – 94°78'E.
Electricity was introduced in the state of Manipur in 1930 with the commissioning of two micro hydel power stations having capacities of 100 KW and 56 KW. The capacity remained the same till the end of first Five Year Plan. An 11 KV transmission line was commissioned between Imphal and Leimakhong to evacuate power from these power stations. The state had only 26 km of 11 KV lines and 45 km of domestic lines to serve the limited number of consumers.
The above assets (both power station and transmission lines) were owned by Manipur State Hydro Electri Board. Later the administrative control over electricity was transferred to Public Works Department, Government of Manipur. Subsequently, it was separated from Public Works Department and started functioning independently since February, 1970.
The peak load demand of Manipur was only 3.6 MW in 1971. This demand was met from the State's own generating stations and power purchased from the neighbouring States/Electricity Boards at low voltage. The demand was low till the year 1980. The scenario changed after the state started bulk power purchase from Assam. This was facilitated with the commissioning of 132 KV inter-state transmission line from Imphal to Dimapur, 132/33 KV sub-station at Yurembam in December 1981. Further, the situation was alleviated with the commissioning of NHPC's Loktak Hydro Electric Project in 1984 having a capacity of 105 MW (3x35).
The total installed capacity of the State owned generating stations is 45.11 MW as per the MSPDCL's tariff order for 2012-13, of which 8.51 MW is based on Diesel, 36 MW is based on heavy fuel and rest are Hydel Generation based power plants. MSPDCL serves about 2.29 lakh consumers.