5/09/2019

Facts about VS Lignite Power Plant

VS Lignite Power Plant

VS Lignite Power Plant is a lignite-based thermal power plant located in Gurha village in Bikaner district, Rajasthan. This thermal power plant is owned by KSK Energy Ventures.

The plant is operated by VS Lignite Power, a subsidiary of KSK Energy Ventures. KSK states on its website that it has "entered into a power delivery agreement with various bulk consumers in state of Rajasthan and is expected to cater to the power requirements of industrial consumers.

VS Lignite Power Private Limited is an operational 135 megawatt lignite coal plant in the state of Rajasthan in India. The power plant is maintained and operated by KSK Energy Ventures. The Lignite based thermal power station has an installed capacity of 135 Megawatt in one unit. It has a circulating fluidised bed combustion boiler.


VS Lignite Power Plant


The VS Lignite Power Private Limited has signed a power supply contract with several bulk consumers in Rajasthan and balance supplies to the native utility. The VS Lignite Power Private Limited uses Lignite as its fuel and was assigned with the Gurha Lignite Block at Kolayat in the district of Bikaner in Rajasthan by the union ministry of coal of central government in the month of July in 2005. 


The anticipated utilisation of lignite for the plant is around one Metric tonnes per annum at 80 percent Plant Load Factor. VSLP has signed a mining lease contract with state government of Rajasthan for a period of 30 years and mine in process for the last few years.

The VS Lignite Power Private Limited is commissioned in March 31, 2010. The approved capacity of Plant is 135 MW. Its installed capacity is also 135 MW. The status of this thermal power plant is Operational. The Source of Coal for the production of power is from Adjacent captive lignite mine in the Eastern

VS Lignite Power Plant


There is only one unit in operation and it is Unit 1. The first unit is commissioned in March 31, 2010 with an installed capacity of 135 Megawatt. The International Support is provided by the SEPCO III, which is a People’s Republic of China Company Limited.
  • Project – VS Lignite Power Private Limited
  • Commission Date – March 31, 2010
  • Approved Capacity in MW – 135 Megawatt
  • Installed Capacity in MW – 135 Megawatt
  • Status – Operational
  • Coal Source – Adjacent captive lignite mine in the Eastern Gurha Lignite Block at Kolayat in the district of Bikaner in Rajasthan.
  • Primary Fuel – Lignite
  • Type – Subcritical
  • Owner – KSK Energy Ventures Limited
  • Address – Gurha village, Bikaner
  • District - Bikaner
  • State – Rajasthan
  • Contact Number – +91 (40) 2355 9922 (head office)
  • Email – info@ksk.co.in
  • Website – www.ksk.co.in
  • Beneficiary States – Rajasthan and its neighbouring states
  • Unit Sizes – 135 Megawatt (1 unit x 135 Megawatt)
  • Units Operational – 1


4/25/2019

List of the Best CBSE Schools in Jodhpur

List of the Best CBSE Schools in Jodhpur
Jodhpur is the second biggest city of the Rajasthan which is separated into the old city and new city. The city is renowned for its blue structures. There are many number of CBSE schools in  Jodhpur  which are serving people of Jodhpur and well educating children for a better India.

Here is the list of Best CBSE Schools in Jodhpur


1. St. Paul’s School

St. Paul's Senior Secondary School, Jodhpur

St. Paul's Senior Secondary School is an English Medium School, which prepares for the All India Secondary School Examination (Class X) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi. This school tries to provide various avenues which would nurture the talents of its students. It gives opportunities for an all-round development of their personality which would eventually bring forth intellectually well developed, emotionally matured and socially committed citizens for India.

Address: Near Shastri Circle, Sector G, Shastri Nagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Contact: 0291-2633658
Email id: info@stpaulsjodhpur.com

2. Saint Patrick’s Vidya Bhawan

Saint Patrick’s Vidya Bhawan, Jodhpur
The foundation of Saint Patrick’s Vidya Bhawan was laid in the year 1936. It is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). It aims to meet the challenge posed by communalism and globalization we will promote a counter culture of harmony and solidarity, based on Spirituality of Communion, as a basis for learning to live together, in and through our Institutions.

Address: Near Railway Stadium, Jodhpur, Rajasthan,
Contact: 0291-2431784
Email id: spsjodhpur@yahoo.co.in

3. Delhi Public School


Delhi Public School, Jodhpur

Delhi Public School, Jodhpur is promoted by Shugan Chandra Kothari trust and managed by Delhi Public School Society became functional on 20th April 1998 at Ratanada with 280 children enrolled initially. The institution offering comprehensive education for the school children gradually progressed and shifted to its own building at Pal in the year 2001.
Today the school stands proud amidst 15 acres of lush green landscape, houses more than 4000 students, promises to give to the world learned & intellectual citizens of tomorrow.

Address: By Pass Road Pal, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
Contact: 0291-2766888
Email id: info@dpsjodhpur.in, dpsjodhpur@rediffmail.com

4. Vidhyashram International School

Vidhyashram International School, Jodhpur

It was a dream of Shri Vinay Kumar Jain, a prominent industrialist and philanthropist of Jodhpur to establish a prestigious English medium school for children. He believes that he has a responsibility to serve larger interests of society, and establishing a premier institution for education is a small gesture of giving back to the society.

Address: Defence Lab Road, Ahead of Shikargarh Mini Market, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Contact: 0291-2227976, 9460251976, 6350289119
Email id: info@vidhyashram.edu.in

5. Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 1 (AFS)

Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 1 (AFS), Jodhpur

Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1 AFS Jodhpur is a symbol of progressive and quality education. Our motto, “Learn, Achieve and Inspire” captures the essence of our spirit. In our school, children gain an all-round education and achieve their potential not just in the academic field but also in the field of sports and creative arts.
Our school is scaling new heights with excellent and reputed professionals training our children in a range of co-curricular activities like football, basketball, cricket, table tennis and chess to drums, guitar, keyboard, jazz, dancing and theatre.

Address: Polo Ground Road, Air Force Station, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342011, India
Contact: 0291-267 0991
Email id: Kv1afsjodh@rediffmail.com


6. Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girl’s Public School

Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girl’s Public School, Jodhpur

RKK provides an education that enhances and stimulates intellectual curiosity and critical thinking from a very early age. The curriculum is structured in a way that enables students to become independent and responsible citizens. The school aims at taking forward such good practices.

Address: Hanwant Vihar, Raika Bagh, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Contact: 0291-2511461, 2511379
Email id: rkkgps1@yahoo.co.in
Website: www.rkkgps.org

7. Central Acadamy


Central Acadamy, Jodhpur

The Society, under the able leadership of the visionary Late Pt Triyugi Narain Mishra, established its first branch in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Subsequently, Central Academy Jodhpur was founded in 1978, guided under the dynamic tutelage of Late Shri Dinesh Narain Mishra.
Central Academy is proud of its student led curriculum that is engaging as well as a carefully thought of programmer to refine the personality of the child – are the unique propositions endeavors to offer.

Address: Nandri Road, Ramzan Ji Ka Hattha, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 
Contact: 091166 20063
Email id: contact@centralacademy.ac.in

8. Lucky Bal Niketan


Lucky Bal Niketan, Jodhpur

On behalf of our School Community, we welcome you to Lucky Bal Niketan Senior Secondary School, Where we all work together to develop in our students the capacity to become independent lifelong learner and to equip them with the skills and knowledge to pursue their goals. An outstanding feature of the school continues to be the very strong sense Community that prevails. Teachers and Parents share a joint responsibility for helping each child develop his or her talents and abilities.

Address: E S I Hospital Road, Kamla Nehru Nagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Contact: 0291-2751925, 2750084
Email id: principal@lbnjodhpur.org
Website: lbnjodhpur.org

4/19/2019

Complete Information about Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam

Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam is a dam across the Mahi River. It is located 16 KM from Banswara town in Banswara district Rajasthan, India. The dam was constructed between 1972 and 1983 for the purposes of hydroelectric power generation. The Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam Second largest dam in Rajasthan. It is named after Jamnalal Bajaj.




The Mahi is a river in western India. It rises in Madhya Pradesh and, after flowing through the Vagad region of Rajasthan, enters Gujarat and flows into the Arabian Sea.
There are large number of islands within the catchment area of the dam, so Banswara also called popularly called as “City of Hundred Islands”. The dam is easily accessible by road. The dam has an installed capacity of 140 MW.

History of Mahi Dam


The concept of Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam was mooted in the later half of sixties. The foundation stone of this ambitious, multipurpose, inter-state project was laid by the then Finance Minister, Government of India late Shri Morrarji Desai in the year 1960 The project is named after renowned freedom fighter and national leader late Shri Jamnalal Bajaj.

Also Read: List of National Parks in Rajasthan


The Mahi River originates from Sardarpura village of Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh and flows through M.P. Rajasthan and Gujarat before conversing into bay of Khambat in Gujarat state. From water potential point of view, the Mahi river basin is the third largest among fifteen well defined and discriminated river basins of Rajasthan state. Rivers Erav, Chap, Nori, Anas, Jakham, Som are major tributories of river Mahi. However, barring Earu all other rivers converges into Mahi main stream down stream of Mahi Dam.


The original project proposal envisages 46,500 ha. CCA approved by the Planning Commission and Central Water & Power Commission in the year 1971. The major construction activities started in the year 1972 and the project was dedicated to nation by the Hon’ble Prime Minister late Smt. Indira Gandhi on 1.11.1983.

4/17/2019

Facts about Kawai Thermal Power Plant, Rajasthan

The Kawai Thermal Power Plant is a 1320 MW coal-fired based power station in Kawai, District Baran. Which was commissioned in 2014. The plant was developed by Adani Power Rajasthan Limited (APRL), a subsidiary of Adani Power.


Adani Power Rajasthan Limited is the largest power producer plant in Rajasthan at a single location with a power generation capacity of 1320 MW (2X660 MW). It is coal-based thermal power plant on supercritical technology.

For immediate connectivity, Kawai power plant has a 1500 meter long air strip and is using state of the art technology for environment management.

Plant Location:



The Kawai Thermal Power Plant is located at village Kawai in Atru Tehsil of Baran district, Rajasthan. It is located at a distance of 16 Km from Atru towards 50 Km south of District headquarter of Baran.

The Kawai Thermal Power Plant is surrounded by six villages, viz; Kherli gadiyan, Dara, Nimoda, Phul-barod, Chhatrapura and Kawai. Nearest railway station is Salpura, which is 3 km from the plant. Kota Junction is the major railway station and is 111 KM near to Kawai.

Plant Details:


The Kawai power plant is located on 812 hectares of land which houses the major equipment such as boilers, turbines, generators, transformers, switchyards, cooling towers, coal handling plant, ash handling plant, CW pump house, track hopper, wagon tippler, reservoirs, ESP, WTP, Ash dykes etc. This also includes 30 hectares for the township and 25 hectares for the water pipeline.

Achievements:

1. Adani Power Rajasthan Limited is certified with Quality Management System (ISO 9001: 2008), Environmental Management System (ISO 14001: 2004), Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSAS 18001: 2007).


2. The Kawai Thermal Power Plant is also in the advance stage of implementing 5 S workplace management systems and is expected to be certified with the same soon.

Resource Management


Know more about how we manage our valuable resources

Fuel

The fuel requirement of the Kawai Thermal Plant is presently met through coal available under MOU, E-auction from various subsidiaries of Coal India Ltd. and Import.

Water

Water is conveyed from a dam constructed by us through a network of pipelines and are recycled, reused in the plant processes.


Ash Handling

The fly ash that is generated in the processes are fully utilised by ancillary industries and the bottom ash is stored in an ash pond designed for the purpose.

4/12/2019

What is IVR Service and how can you use it for Your Business


The IVR is an Interactive Voice Response System technology that allows callers to interact with a company’s communications system over the telephone. IVR Service enables the callers to get related information from a company database and can enter information into a company database, or both.

IVR is a money saving and efficient way to exchange of information that does not require a receptionist or any other staff member to assist.

When we call these numbers and connect, there will be a voice greeting  "Welcome to ... this is service ... Press 1 for the validity period of your card Press 2 for ... or Press 0 to contact the operator"  etc. This kind of service is called IVR.

How does IVR Work?




1. The caller dial the IVR server number, until it is connected by giving an answer from the IVR server (usually in the form of greeting).

2. The IVR system executes the application selected based on DNIS (Dialed Number Identification Service).

3. In the application, the previously recorded sound will be played to the caller.

4. The caller selects the options provided in the application by pressing the hand phone or telephone keypad buttons (using the DTMF system) or speaking words ( Speech recognition ).

Objective of IVR

The purpose of this IVR Service is to provide a good solution that is indispensable for the needs of producers and consumers with the following objectives:

·       Increase customer service satisfaction.
·       Relieve the work system of producers.
·       It is a very efficient and effective system for producers.
·       Relieve the burden of operational costs without requiring many operator personnel.

Benefits of IVR for Companies:



Open an office for 24 hours Non-Stop 

By implementing an IVR system, a corporation has added hours of service to customers. Corporations will find it difficult to place employees at all times, therefore with an IVR system a corporation can "open an office" 24 hours a day in 7 days.


Helps make it easier to divide the types of services and services owned by the company.


The IVR system can be set by the user so that we can share various types of services and can add to the types of services that are available by updating the information contained in the IVR.


Add a Source of Income

An IVR system that provides services to customers by a computer system on the one hand is a source of income. Additional service time also means additional time to do business. 


Control of Work Costs

With this IVR, the operator or agent can be replaced or simplified, so there is no need for too many human labor to satisfy customer service.


Ability to Repeatedly Broadcast Messages



Operators can sometimes get bored quickly if they have to repeat information many times. Especially if you have to repeat information or services that exist in the company on the same caller. If the operator says words that can offend the caller. So indirectly, the operator gives a bad value to the company and the caller can be disappointed with the service and company. But with IVR, these things can be avoided because IVR can repeat information and services that exist so that the caller c  an be satisfied with the service.

Recording caller ID

Why is this important? Because we can easily manage each caller whether it is a prospective group to generate sales or not. Or to make it easier for us to contact the caller. In addition, it makes it easier for us to obtain contact person sales, etc. The IVR system records all caller IDs (CLI) that enter into a special database that can be used by companies for various corporate purposes
IVR systems can shorten telephone waiting times by customers.

When the customer calls the company that is received by the IVR system but it turns out that all agents are busy, then the customer's call will continue to be held until then forwarded to the agent who is ready to answer the call.

4/09/2019

Complete information about Bisalpur Dam

Complete Information about Bisalpur Dam



Here we are share some information about Bisalpur dam which is largest dam in Rajasthan. Bisalpur Dam is a gravity dam on the Banas River in Tonk, Rajasthan, India. The dam was completed in 1999 with the end goal of water system and water supply.

Bisalpur Dam Project is being supplied to different places today and the farmers are being benefited through the canals. Mainly Jaipur, Dausa, Tonk and Sawai Madhopur districts are taking advantage of this Dam Water. There are crowds of people coming to visit all over the Rajasthan and country.

History of Bisalpur Dam


The Bisalpur dam was constructed during the 1990s by the Rajasthan government. Amid the development, the general population dislodged by the dam challenged the express government’s recovery and resettlement arrangement, calling it uncalled for.


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In October 1999, the Ashok Gehlot drove Congress government authorized an undertaking to convey the Bisalpur repository water to the Jaipur. Be that as it may, the Bisalpur Dam task couldn’t be actualized in view of money related limitations. In 2004, the Vasundhara Raje began the development of a pipeline to convey Bisalpur water to Jaipur. The water project undertaking was co-financed by the Asian Development Bank and the Japan International Cooperation Agency.

Water Supply of Bisalpur dam

The Bisalpur dam store supplies water system to the Tonk and Sawai Madhopur. It additionally supplies drinking water to the Ajmer, Jaipur and Tonk districts. From Nasirabad in Ajmer area, the drinking water is likewise transported to the Bhilwara locale by train, which can convey approx. 2.5 million liters of water.




At present, around half of the territories under the Jaipur Municipal Corporation get water from Bisalpur Dam.

Tourist

Bisalpur Dam is a crowd of tourists every year. The Rajasthan Government also organizes different festivals from time to time and attracts the tourists to Bisalpur Dam. As more and more people come to see the dam.

Basic Info about Bisalpur Dam

Height – 39.5 m (130 ft)
Active capacity- 1,040,000,000 m3 (843,142 acreft)
Length- 574 m (1,883 ft)
Spillway capacity- 29,046 m3/s
Total capacity- 1,100,000,000 m3

4/06/2019

List of the 5 Biggest Dams in Rajasthan


List of the 5 Biggest Dams of Rajasthan




The Rajasthan has major river system in India such as Banas River, Jawai River and the Chambal River, These Rivers of Rajasthan are lifeline for drinking water in the state. Rajasthan is India’s largest state by area and home to one of the largest desert in the world.

Bisalpur Dam



Bisalpur Dam is a gravity dam which is placed in Tonk district and major source of drinking water supply to Jaipur. Bisalpur Dam is one of the most famous dam in Rajasthan and beautiful attraction in the region. With the height of 40 meters constructed in 1999 across the Banas River it is a major source of drinking water supply. The construction of the dam was completed in two phases. Phase 1 aimed at the water supply to the villagers, while Phase 2 focused on improving the irrigation facilities.


Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam



Also Read: List of National Parks in Rajasthan


The Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam is the second largest dam in Rajasthan and is built across Mahi River, 16 kilometers from Banswara. Named after Shri Jamnalal Bajaj, the 43-meter high dam was constructed for the purpose of water supply and hydroelectricity power generation. The Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam construction began in 1972 and the dam opened in 1983. The power station is operational since 1986.

Rana Pratap Sagar Dam




Rana Pratap Sagar Dam is one of the major dams built on Chambal River, located in Rawatbhata in Rajasthan. With the height of 53.8 meters is the second largest dam built on Chambal River. The renowned Ranapratap Sagar gravity masonry dam is second largest dam on Chambal River and one of the major dam of Chambal Valley Project.

The Rana Pratap Sagar Dam is also chosen for Chambal Valley project, a government initiative for the development of the river. There is a power station at the dam toe for the generation of hydropower which was officially open in February 1970. The dam and the power plant got their name from the warrior Maharana Pratap of Rajasthan.


Meja Dam




Also Read: List of Thermal Power Plants in Rajasthan


The Meja Dam in the Mewar region is the biggest dam of Bhilwara, Rajasthan and the lake is home to number of mammals and birds. The Dam is located 20 km away from Bhilwara city and surrounding area is famous for its natural green mount park.


Jawai Dam




The Jawai Dam is biggest dam in the western Rajasthan. The Dam is constructed between 1946 to 1957 over the Jawai River near Sumerpur town in Pali District. The hills around Jawai dam are famous for Indian leopards and jungle cats. The Dam is major water supplier for Jodhpur city and parts of Pali district.