List of Institutes and Organisations offering Suryamitra Skill Development Programme.

List of Institutes and Organisations offering ” Suryamitra Skill Development Program.”

“Suryamitra” Skill Development Programme of Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) is a flagship programme of Govt. of India.

The Programme is implemented by National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE), Gurgaon across the country through training institutions identified by State Nodal Agencies and approved by NISE.

This is a residential program and there is no training fee charged from the participants. The certificates are provided by National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT), Govt. of India.

For Details of Institutes and Organisations offering ” Suryamitra Skill Development Program”  ~ Click Here  

Essential Qualification:-

  • The candidates should be 10th pass and ITI in electrician/wireman/electronic/ mechanic/fitter/sheet metal etc. Not below 18 year.
  • The candidate with diploma in electrical, mechanical, and electronic branch will be preferred.
  • Candidates with electrician certificates and experience shall also be preferred.

Interested candidates may contact the above mentioned Institute/person for admission.



Be careful..

  • “Suryanitra” skill development programme is a residential program and there is no training fee charged from the participants.
  • It has come to notice that few unauthorized training institutes are running “Suryamitra” program and charging training fees from the participants in the name of MNRE/NISE.
  • This is for information of all that only NISE approved institutes are authorized to organize this program free of cost.
  • Participants are advised to check the approval letter issued by NISE before enrolment.

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World Bank, India Sign Deal to Boost Solar Globally

World Bank, India Sign Deal to Boost Solar Globally.

The World Bank Group signed an agreement with the International Solar Alliance (ISA), consisting of 121 countries led by India, to collaborate on increasing solar energy use around the world, with the goal of mobilizing $1 trillion in investments by 2030.

The agreement signed in the presence of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Union Minister of State with Independent charge for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy Piyush Goyal and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim establishes the World Bank Group as a financial partner for the ISA and sees the institution as using its global development network, global knowledge and financing capacity to promote the use of solar energy.

The World Bank also announced that it planned to provide more than $1 billion to support India’s ambitious initiatives to expand solar through investments in solar generation. The World Bank-supported projects under preparation include solar rooftop technology, infrastructure for solar parks, bringing innovative solar and hybrid technologies to market, and transmission lines for solar-rich states. These solar investments for India combined would be the Bank’s largest financing of solar for any country in the world to date. Read more Click here

World Bank Approves $625 Million to Support Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Program in India.

World Bank Approves $625 Million to Support Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Program in India.

The World Bank Board approved a $625 million loan to support the Government of India’s program to generate electricity from widespread installation of rooftop solar photo-voltaic (PV). The Board also approved a co-financing loan of $120 million on concessional terms and a $5 million grant from Climate Investment Fund’s (CIF) Clean Technology Fund.

The project will finance the installation of at least 400 MW of Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic (GRPV) across India. These solar PV installations will provide clean, renewable energy, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by displacing thermal generation. The project will also strengthen the capacity of key institutions, and support the development of the overall solar PV market.

The project will be implemented by the State Bank of India (SBI). SBI will on-lend funds to solar PV developers/aggregators and end-users, who wish to invest in mainly commercial and industrial rooftop PV systems. Financing will be provided to those with sound technical capacity, relevant experience, and creditworthiness as per SBI standards. Read mor click here

Solar Powers Brighter, Greener Future for India

Solar Powers Brighter, Greener Future for India

In India, nearly 1 in 4 people still don’t have access to electricity. Many of them live in poor communities, where the lack of electricity prevents them from living better, more productive lives.

To increase energy access for the poor, India has set unprecedented, ambitious plans to boost solar energy nationwide. Watch the video to learn what action India has taken on affordable and reliable solar power for a more prosperous, climate-friendly future.

Rooftop Solar Technology & Government Policy.

As we know The future is bright for continued PV technology dissemination. Rooftop Solar Technology – RTPV technology fills a significant need in supplying electricity, creating local jobs and promoting economic development in rural areas, avoiding the external environmental costs associated with traditional electrical generation technologies.

i think Major power policy reforms and tax incentives will play a major role.

so let us we focused on Rooftop Solar Technology & Government Policy.

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Introduction To Rooftop Solar Technology & Government Policy

Note ~ The Given details is not latest please visit MNRE/GOI web site for latest updates.

MNRE ~ Advertisement for seeking proposals under Support to Short Term Training Programme

To improve functionality of renewable energy systems, a huge trained manpower is required at grass root level. For this purpose, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy provides Financial Assistance, to various Training Institutions/Educational Organizations/NGOs/SNAs, for imparting training to the personnel to develop required skills for maintaining renewable energy systems.

Educational Institutions/ Training Institutes/ reputed NGOs (having all necessary infrastructures as per the requirement of skills being proposed by them) interested in undertaking training activities in different dimensions of Renewable Energy (other than Suryamitra or module ‘5’ of NCVT approved Renewable Energy Syllabus ) such as technical, economic, financial, legal and management aspects may submit their proposal in prescribed Performa available at MNRE website ( It is emphasized that proposed training programme should confirm to National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF), as also the financial assistance will be as per the common norms of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. Also the institutions should have to be empanelled with Skill Council for Green Jobs (SCGJ) or Power Sector Skill Council (PSSC). It is also emphasized that all the Training programmes will be assessed by SCGJ or PSSC, as per National Occupational Standard (NOS)/ Qualification Pack (QP) approved by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). (more…)

Canal-top solar power project in West Godavari.

A canal-top solar power project of one mw capacity at a cost of Rs 8 crore will be coming up on Losari Main Canal at Gollavanitippa village of Bhimavaram rural mandal in West Godavari.

The New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited has carried out a survey on the feasibility of the project recently and sent a report to the Centre for its consent and once the project gets its consent, works are expected to begin in about two months’ time. (more…)