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Internship Program with Haryana

Power Distribution Utilities

UTTAR/DAKSHIN HARYANA BIJLI VITRAN NIGAM


LIMITED
(A Government of Haryana Undertaking)
Contents
1. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................................2
A. DISCOMs VISION AND MISSION STATEMENTS ............................................................................ 3
UHBVN ........................................................................................................................................................... 3
Vision ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Mission.................................................................................................................................................... 3
DHBVN ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
Vision ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Mission.................................................................................................................................................... 3
2. OVERVIEW OF THE BUSINESS ......................................................................................................... 4
A. Haryana CONSUMER MIX ............................................................................................................ 4
B. ENERGY SALES MIX (FY 2018-19) ................................................................................................. 4
C. Revenue mix (FY 2018-19) ............................................................................................................... 4
3. DETAILS OF INTERNSHIP PROGRAM ..............................................................................................5
A. PROGRAM OFFERRED ...................................................................................................................5
B. LOCATION OF INTERNSHIP ........................................................................................................5
C. PROJECTS OFFERED BY THE DISCOMS ............................................................................... 5to7
D. DURATIONAND NATURE OF EMPLOYMENT ...........................................................................7
E. WHO CAN APPLY? ..........................................................................................................................7
F. MODE OF SELECTION ...................................................................................................................7
G. STIPEND/CERTIFICATE ................................................................................................................ 8
H. ACCOMMODATION ...................................................................................................................... 8
I. MODE OF TRANSPORT ................................................................................................................ 8
J. WORK SPACE.................................................................................................................................. 8
K. IT AND COMMUNICATION INFRA ............................................................................................ 8
L. REPORTING .................................................................................................................................... 8
M. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION ................................................................................................... 8
N. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................... 9

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1. INTRODUCTION
The power sector reforms in the state of Haryana were initiated by the Government of Haryana
(GoH) under the Haryana Reforms Act 1998 on 10th March 1998. The Haryana Electricity
Regulatory Commission (HERC) was formed on 16th August 1998 and the Haryana State Electricity
Board (HSEB) was unbundled in to two independent company’s viz. Haryana Power Generation
Corporation Limited (HPGCL), to undertake generation of electricity, and Haryana Vidyut Prasaran
Nigam Limited (HVPNL) to undertake transmission, distribution and retail supply of electricity in
the state of Haryana. Subsequently in July 1999, two distribution companies viz. Uttar Haryana Bijli
Vitran Nigam Ltd. (UHBVNL) and Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Ltd. (DHBVNL) were
separated from HVPNL to exclusively undertake function of distribution and retail supply of
electricity in their respective geographic areas.

The Business of Discoms are regulated by the Haryana Regulatory Commission (HERC). The Power
is procured through Haryana Power Purchase Center (HPPC), which is a joint forum of UHBVN &
DHBVN. The Power is wheeled through the entire network through the State Transmission Utility
(HVPNL) on the payment of transmissions charges approved by HERC.

Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited (UHBVNL) is serving


northern parts of Haryana covering districts of Panchkula, Ambala,
Yamunanagar, Kaithal, Kurukshetra, Karnal, Panipat, Sonepat, Rohtak
& Jhajjar.

Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited (DHBVN) caters to Hisar,


Fatehabad, Bhiwani, Sirsa, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Mewat, Rewari, Jind and
Narnaul districts.

A. DISCOMs VISION AND MISSION STATEMENTS

UHBVN

Vision
To ensure reliable and quality power at reasonable and competitive tariffs to our consumers so as to
boost agricultural, industrial and overall economic development of the state and thus become the best
distribution utility of India

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Mission
• To ensure a balanced all-round development of power infrastructure in all circles of
operation.
• To achieve high standards of consumer satisfaction by committing to Honesty,
Transparency and Integrity in all of our actions.
• To achieve technological excellence and financial turnaround for the overall benefit of the
consumers.
• To become a self-learning organization focusing on continuous improvement.

DHBVN

Vision
The Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) is committed to set new benchmarks in standards
of corporate performance through the pursuit of operational and financial excellence. It aspires to be
the best distribution utility in India by enhancing its technological leadership and consumer
satisfaction.

Mission
• The DHBVN rededicates itself to serve masses by extending reliable, quality,
uninterrupted, safe and clean power to consumers at affordable tariff to boost
agricultural, industrial and economic development in Haryana
• The DHBVN is determined to bring down line losses.
• Improvement in collection efficiency will be the base of consistently achieving high
growth and financial viability.
• The DHBVN commits to honesty, integrity and transparency in actions to achieve higher
level of consumer satisfaction
• The DHBVN perpetrates to encourage and support energy savings activities and demand
side management optimizing the use of electricity
• The DHBVN promises modernization of management to bring about cost effectiveness
and efficiency in functioning.
• The DHBVN realizes inherent potential in new technology, particularly information
technology, for improving efficiency, accounting, and information level and consumer
satisfaction.

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2. OVERVIEW OF THE BUSINESS
A. HARYANA CONSUMER MIX
As can be seen from the table, majority of the
Category Of Consumers Consumers (in Lakhs)
consumers in Haryana i.e. around 78% falls under
Domestic 51.73
the Domestic category, 10% each belongs to
Non Domestic 6.56
Commercial and Agriculture category. Industry 1.08
Agriculture 6.39
Others 0.26
Total 66.03

B. ENERGY SALES MIX (FY 2018-19)


In terms of annual energy consumption, around
34% of the energy sale of the Discoms is from Energy Sales
Category
(Million Units)
Industrial category consumers, whereas the
Domestic 9,630
Domestic and Agriculture category contributes
Non Domestic 4,510
around 23% each. Non Domestic/Commercial HT Industry 11,899
consumers only contribute around 11% towards the LT Industry 2,092
overall sale of the Discoms. Agriculture 9,695
Others 2,851
Total 40,677

C. REVENUE MIX (FY 2018-19)


As can be seen from the table, Industrial consumers
Category Amount (in Rs Cr.)
of Haryana contributes around 51% of the total
Domestic 5,085
revenue of the State from Sale of Power. Domestic
Non Domestic 3,575
and Non Domestic category contributes to around HT Industry 9,877
22% and 16% respectively. Agriculture sector LT Industry 1,528
contributes to only 1% as the tariff to be charged Agriculture 179
from Agriculture consumer is only 10-12 paisa per Others 2,261
unit. Total 22,505

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3. DETAILS OF INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
A. PROGRAM OFFERRED
Discom invites all the interested candidates to apply for Short Term Internship program with
“Haryana Power Distribution Companies” under which they can learn and contribute with their
innovative ideas towards the betterment of the various operations of the Discoms.

B. LOCATION OF INTERNSHIP
Panchkula/District Headquarters

C. PROJECTS OFFERED BY THE DISCOMS


IIT and IIM

Area Topic Broad scope of work

Power Econometric demand Develop detailed econometric model for long


Procurement modelling for the State of term (up to 2030) electricity demand
Haryana estimation (peak and base) based on
economic, demographic and other relevant
factors.

Deliverable – Demand Assessment Model


including scenario modelling, Approach Note,
Handholding support for discom staff.

Detailed Supply forecasting Medium term (up to 2022/25) supply planning


for the tied-up sources for existing/upcoming PPAs based on
taking in to consideration
potential risks • Delay in project commissioning
(Environment water, fuel • Fuel risk
etc.) • Water availability risk
• Environmental factors
• Capital projects, if any
• Transmission constraints
• Other factors, if any
Cost curve of future supply and estimation
of APPC for Haryana.

Deliverable – Supply planning model


including scenario planning.

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Area Topic Broad scope of work

Business Process Review of process (invoice generation,


Reengineering (BPR) for verification, and payment) and identification
invoicing process of gaps, if any.

Suggest process and system improvement.

Develop templates for invoices for various


categories of PPA holders and other Power
Suppliers. Identify digitization opportunities.

Performance Performance benchmarking Develop value tree for Discom (business level
improvement of Discom output -> key levers->operational KPIs).

Benchmark operational KPIs for Haryana


discom with that of other discoms in India/
globally.

Identify key improvement opportunity and


develop business case for key opportunities.

Develop detailed implementation plan for the


shortlisted opportunities.

Reliability improvement Detailed analysis of interruption data.

Identification of key reasons for interruption


in the state. Develop action plan for top 5
reasons for interruption.

MIS Develop MIS Architecture Formulate MIS architecture for Haryana


for Haryana Discom Discoms including.

• Identification of KPIs (business and


operational) and develop detailed
methodology of determination (definition,
source data, formula, responsible
personnel, frequency, etc.).
• Develop customized MIS dashboard for
different level of management, Frequency.

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Law

Legal Standard Model Agreement Develop standard model


agreement for power procurement
(short/medium/long term) for all
potential sources of power.

Review of PPAs Review of existing PPAs from the


perspective of,

• Benchmarking Key commercial


term.
• Avenues for re-negotiation.
Litigation strategy for Haryana Review of pending cases in
Discoms (in conjunction with Haryana Discoms. Develop
business intern) framework for resolution of
litigations through settlement,
arbitration, litigation based on
opportunity cost, win ability, etc.
Develop framework for dispute
resolution aimed at optimizing the
litigation effort.

Review and develop organization


structure for legal department.

D. DURATION AND NATURE OF EMPLOYMENT


The selected candidates will be engaged for 6 weeks and duration of the internship can be extended
on the request of interns, the nature of employment with the Discoms will be temporary.

E. WHO CAN APPLY?


The students can apply as per the detail mentioned below:

• LLB (3rd year onwards) Regular, Full Time


• PGP/PGDM/MBA (1st year)Regular, Full Time
• B.E./B.Tech (3rd year)Regular, Full Time

F. MODE OF SELECTION
Resume of the candidate should be sent in the first instance, along with format of application
through placement Cell.

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G. STIPEND/CERTIFICATE
Discoms will pay stipend of Rs. 50,000/- on successful completion of 6 weeks internship program. A
certificate will be issued to the candidate at the end of internship program, after submission of
project report.

H. ACCOMMODATION
Accommodations will not be provided by the Discoms, the selected candidates will have to make
their own arrangements. Affordable accommodation (PGs, Hotels, Dharmshalas etc) are available
in the Tri-City Region i.e. in Mohali, Chandigarh and Panchkula which can be availed by the Intern
as per his budget. UHBVN Headquarter caretaker shall however assist the interns in getting
suitable place near by the office.

I. MODES OF TRANSPORT
Interns can avail the facility of a well-connected transport system in the Tri-City region:

• An efficient public transport system with a fleet of low floor AC Buses, numerous bus
stops.
• Wide range of mobile cab services ranging from UBER, OLA and even Bike Taxis from
RAPIDO and OLA.

Nearest Important Boarding Avenues: ISBT Panchkula Sector 5 (4 KM); ISBT Sector 17(11 KM), ISBT
Sector 43 (14 KM) Chandigarh; Chandigarh Railway Station (5.2 KM) and Chandigarh international
Airport (17 KM).

J. WORK SPACE
Proper work station will be allotted to the interns.

K. IT AND COMMUNICATION INFRA


Laptops to be arranged by the candidates themselves. Internet facility will be provided by the
Nigam during the period of internship.

L. REPORTING
The interns will be reporting to the respective Head of the Department.

M. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
The performance of the candidate will be evaluated on the basis of presentation and final report
submission to the Discoms.

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N. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• Working Hours- 9:00 am to 5:00 pm form Monday to Friday, Saturday and Sunday
being non-working days. (Apart from the Gazette holidays as notified by the State
Govt.)
• On the date of joining interns will report to the CGM/ Admin, UHBVN, Panchkula for
further assigning of the offices to the interns.
• Hard work and diligence on part of the interns is desired and shall be appreciated.
• The interns are advised to maintain a formal code of conduct while dealing with
various officers of the Nigam.
• Any leave taken during the internship period shall be duly informed to the Officer
concerned.
• Meetings or discussions with the interns may be conducted with worthy CMD
/Director/ Senior officers to review the work undertaken by the interns.
• The work undertaken under the internship shall have to be complied and submitted in
the form of a Report at the end of the internship, for the review of the Worthy
Chairman cum Managing Director.

For any kind of further queries, the interns can contact:


Sh. Parveen Kumar Goel
Under Secretary/GA
Room no. 302, Vidyut Sadan, Panchkula

Telephoen no: 0172-3019180

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