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NTPC ranked as India's best PSU
India's largest power company state-run NTPC has been ranked first amongst various PSUs operating in the country, first amongst large organizations (over 10000 employees) and first in energy and oil and gas industry sector amongst India's Best Companies to Work For- 2013 by The Great Place to Work Institute.

Overall, the company has been positioned sixth Great Place to Work for in the country. U. P. Pani Director (HR) and Shri G.J. Deshpande, Regional Executive Director, NTPC received the award at a ceremony held in Mumbai.

Great Place to Work Institute is a pioneer in studying and recognizing best work places around the world for over 28 years. Around 535 organizations registered for the study this year in India.

NTPC has been continuously a part of the Best Workplaces List for the last nine years and has been consistently amongst top performers. NTPC’s people practices are rated among best in the country. In all these surveys, feedback was taken directly from the employees regarding how and what they feel about NTPC.

NTPC is strongly committed to the development and growth of all its employees as individuals and takes pride in being called as a family, ‘The NTPC Family’. NTPC currently employs approximately 26,000 people. The rapid and dynamic change in the environment makes it necessary for the company to revisit its HR policies from time to time to bring in new ideas.

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