Russia's state-run atomic energy corporation Rosatom on Thursday announced that it has started an advanced training course in Ranchi on heat treatment for Indian
Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant has invited quite an interest from experts and commoners alike. The plant, which is planned to be the largest in
Russia’s state-run atomic energy corporation Rosatom on Thursday announced that it has started an advanced training course in Ranchi on heat treatment for Indian engineers in collaboration with India’s public sector undertaking Heavy Engineering Corporation (HEC).
Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant has invited quite an interest from experts and commoners alike.
So far India has been helping Bangladesh’s dream for nuclear power by providing consultancy services for the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant, but now it is also giving material assistance.
It was almost a decade prior that India’s nuclear isolation ended with the Indo-US Civil Nuclear Agreement, but even now only one project under foreign collaboration has seen the light of the day.
Implying that the apprehensions of protesters against the Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant in Maharashtra were unfounded, the Indian Government has said that it will go ahead with the project in collaboration with the French company Electricite De France (EDF), which will be the world’s largest nuclear power plant.
Helping to ease water scarcity in India, the National Centre for Compositional Characterisation of Materials (NCCCM), has developed visual detection kits for detection of Fluoride, Chromium (VI) and Iron.
Pre-Project activities like Land Acquisition and Environmental Clearance are in full swing for the construction of the ambitious project of setting up 10 indigenous Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs).