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Title: Digital India Presentation


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Presentation Merging with Technologies
July 2017
INDIA DIGITAL VISION/SMART VISION
INDIA INFRASTRUCTURE POWER GENERARTION
THERMAL/HYDEL/SOLAR TELECOM(FIXED/WIRELESS/BROAD
BAND) e GOVERNENCE EDUCATION and
ENTERTAINMENT AGRICULTURE ELECTRONIC
MEDIA MEDICAL Disaster Management VOICE and DATA
Management
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ViSiOn DiGiTaL InDiA
  • Digital India is a Programme to prepare India for
    a knowledge future.
  • Prime Minsiter of India has laid emphasis on
    National e- governance plan and has gave its
    approval for Digital India A programme to
    transform India into digital empowered society
    and knowledge economy.
  • Digital India is an ambitious programme of
    Government of India projected at Rs 1,13,000
    crores. This will be for preparing the India for
    the knowledge based transformation and delivering
    good governance to citizens by synchronized and
    co-ordinated engagement with both Central
    Government and State Government.
  • Programme has been envisaged by Department of
    Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY)
    and will impact ministry of Communications IT,
    ministry of rural development, ministry of human
    resource development, ministry of health and
    others.

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Programme Under Digital India
  • Infrastructure as a utility to every
    citizenHigh speed internet shall be made
    available in all gram panchayats Cradle to grave
    digital identity Mobile and Bank account would
    enable participation in digital and financial
    space at individual level Easy access to common
    service centre within their locality Shareable
    private space on a public cloud and Safe and
    secure cyber space in the country.
  • Infrastructure as a utility to every
    citizenHigh speed internet shall be made
    available in all gram panchayats Cradle to grave
    digital identity Mobile and Bank account would
    enable participation in digital and financial
    space at individual level Easy access to common
    service centre within their locality Shareable
    private space on a public cloud and Safe and
    secure cyber space in the country.
  • Governance and Services on DemandSingle window
    access to all persons by seamlessly integrating
    departments or jurisdictions availability of
    government services in online and mobile
    platforms All citizen entitlements to be
    available on the Cloud to ensure easy access
    Government services to be digitally transformed
    for improving ease of doing business Making
    financial transactions above a threshold,
    electronic and cashless and Leveraging GIS for
    decision support systems and development.
  • Digital empowerment of citizensUniversal
    digital literacy All digital resources
    universally accessible All government
    documents/certificates to be available on the
    Cloud Availability of digital resources/services
    in Indian languages Collaborative digital
    platforms for participative governance
    Portability of all entitlements for individuals
    through the cloud.
  • Ministries/Departments in the central or state
    governments. Requirements of funds for individual
    project(s) for Digital India will be worked out
    by respective nodal ministries/departments but
    according to government estimate it will cost Rs
    113,000 crore. To implement this the government
    is planning to strengthen National Informatics
    Center (NIC) by restructuring it to support all
    central government departments and state
    governments. Positions of chief information
    officers (CIO) would be created in at least 10
    key ministries

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9 ACTION
  • Broadband Highways
  • Laying of national optical fibre network (NOFN)
    in all 2.5 lakh gram panchayats in the country
    will happen in a phased manner. Universal Access
    to Mobile connectivity
  • Ensuring mobile access in around 44,000 uncovered
    villages in the country and government is taking
    steps to ensure that all villages are covered
    through mobile connectivity by 2018. Public
    Internet access
  • To expand the coverage of common services center
    (CSC) from 1.35 lakhs to 1.5 lakhs, i.e. one in
    every panchayat. e-Governance
  • Business process re-engineeering will be
    undertaken to improve processes and service
    delivery. Services will be integrated with UIDAI,
    payment gateway and mobile platform. e-Kranti
  • e-Kranti focuses on electronic delivery of
    services whether it is education, health,
    agriculture, justice and financial inclusion.
    Global Information
  • The focus will be on online hosting of data and
    proactive engagement through social media and web
    based platforms like MyGov.Electronics
    Manufacturing
  • Focus is on set tob boxes, VSAT, mobile, consumer
    electronics, medical electronics, smart energy
    meters, smart cards and micro ATMs. IT Training
    for Jobs
  • The government is planning to train one crore
    students from small towns and villages for IT
    sector. Early Harvest Programmes
  • The government is planning to deploy Aadhaar
    Enabled Biometric Attendance System in all
    central government offices located at Delhi. A
    web based application software system will enable
    online recording of attendance and its viewing by
    the concerned stakeholders.

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Vision of Digital India
  • Centered on 3 Key Areas
  • Digital Infrastructure as a Utility to Every
    Citizen
  • Governance Services on Demand
  • Digital Empowerment of Citizens

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Vision Area 1 Infrastructure as a Utility to
Every Citizen
  • High speed internet as a core utility
  • Cradle to grave digital identity -unique,
    lifelong, online, authenticable
  • Mobile phone Bank account enabling
    participation in digital financial space
  • Easy access to a Common Service Centre
  • Shareable private space on a public cloud
  • Safe and secure Cyber-space

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Vision Area 2 Governance Services On Demand
  • Seamlessly integrated across departments or
    jurisdictions
  • Services available in real time from online
    mobile platform
  • All citizen entitlements to be available on the
    cloud
  • Services digitally transformed for improving Ease
    of Doing Business
  • Making financial transactions electronic
    cashless
  • Leveraging GIS for decision support systems
    development

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Vision Area 3 Digital Empowerment of Citizens
  • Universal Digital Literacy
  • Universally accessible digital resources
  • All documents/ certificates to be available on
    cloud
  • Availability of digital resources / services in
    Indian languages
  • Collaborative digital platforms for participative
    governance
  • Portability of all entitlements through cloud

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Pillar 1. Broadband Highways
1yr 50,000 GP 2yr 100,000 GP 3yr 100,000 GP
Changes in Rules to facilitate.
Integration of SWAN, NKN, NOFN. To be implemented
in 2 years
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Pillar 2. Universal Access to Mobile connectivity
Ongoing Programme Increased network penetration
coverage of gaps
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Pillar 3. Public Internet Access Programme
National Rural Internet Mission
Ongoing Programme Reach of Govt. services to all
GPs
This should be long term vision for POs
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Pillar 4. e-Governance Reforming Government
through Technology
  • Government Business Process Re-engineering using
    IT to improve transactions
  • Form Simplification, reduction
  • Online applications and tracking, Interface
    between departments
  • Use of online repositories e.g. school
    certificates, voter ID cards, etc.
  • Integration of services and platforms UIDAI,
    Payment Gateway, Mobile Platform, EDI
  • Electronic Databases all databases and
    information to be electronic, not manual
  • Workflow automation inside government
  • Public Grievance Redressal - using IT to
    automate, respond, analyse data to identify and
    resolve persistent problems largely process
    improvements
  • To be implemented across government - critical
    for transformation.

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Pillar 5. eKranti - Electronic Delivery of
Services
  • Technology for Education e-Education
  • All Schools connected with broadband
  • Free wifi in all schools (250,000)
  • Digital Literacy program
  • MOOCs develop pilot Massive Online Open Courses
  • Technology for Health e-Healthcare
  • Online medical consultation
  • Online medical records
  • Online medicine supply
  • Pan-India exchange for patient information
  • Pilots 2015 Full coverage in 3 years
  • Technology for Planning
  • GIS based decision making
  • National GIS Mission Mode Project
  • Technology for Farmers
  • Real time price information
  • Online ordering of inputs
  • Online cash, loan, relief payment with mobile
    banking
  • Technology for Security
  • Mobile Emergency Services
  • Technology for Financial Inclusion
  • Mobile Banking
  • Micro-ATM program
  • CSCs/ Post Offices
  • Technology for Justice
  • e-Courts, e-Police, e-Jails, e-Prosecution
  • Technology for Security
  • National Cyber Security Co-ordination Center

Ongoing Programme (NeGP) will be revamped to
cover these elements
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Pillar 6. Information for All
  • Online Hosting of Information documents
  • Citizens have open, easy access to information
  • Open data platform
  • Government pro-actively engages through social
    media and web based platforms to inform citizens
  • MyGov.in
  • 2-way communication between citizens and
    government
  • Online messaging to citizens on special
    occasions/programs
  • Largely utilise existing infrastructure limited
    additional resources needed

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Pillar 7. Electronics Manufacturing Target NET
ZERO IMPORTS by 2020
  • Target NET ZERO Imports is a striking
    demonstration of intent
  • Ambitious goal which requires coordinated action
    on many fronts
  • Taxation, Incentives
  • Economies of Scale, Eliminate cost disadvantages
  • Focused areas Big Ticket Items
  • FABS, Fab-less design, Set top boxes, VSATs,
    Mobiles, Consumer Medical Electronics, Smart
    Energy meters, Smart cards, micro-ATMs
  • Incubators, clusters
  • Skill development
  • Government procurement
  • There are many ongoing programs which will be
    fine-tuned.
  • Existing Structures inadequate to handle this
    goal. Need strengthening.

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Pillar 8. IT for Jobs
New Scheme IT ready workforce
ICT enabled growth in NE
Ongoing Skilled VLEs and Viable CSCs
Telecom ready workforce
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Pillar 9. Early Harvest Programmes
Targeted Mass messaging since July 14
1st e-Greeting from PM on 15th Aug 2014
To be completed by Oct 2014
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Pillar 9. Early Harvest Programmes
Approval - Oct 2014 Implementation done by Dec
2015
Email to be primary mode of communication
To be ready by October 2014
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Pillar 9. Early Harvest Programmes
Digital Cities Completed by Dec 2015
Completed by Mar 2015
In place by Dec 2014
In place by Oct 2014
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D I G I T A L I N D I A
Institutional Mechanisms at National Level
CIO
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Composition of Monitoring Committee on Digital
India
  • Prime Minister Chairman
  • Finance Minister
  • Minister of Communications IT
  • Minister of RD
  • Minister of HRD
  • Minister of Health
  • Special Invitees
  • Principal Secretary to PM
  • Cabinet Secretary
  • Secretaries of Expenditure, Planning, DoT and
    Posts
  • Secretary, DeitY Convener

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D I G I T A L I N D I A
MINISTER (Communications IT)
SECRETARY (DeitY)
CIOs in important Ministries
Reorganisation of NIC
Joint Secretary (Electronics Hardware Manufacturin
g)
Joint Secretary (Personnel, Admn. Industry
Promotion S/W)
Addl. Secretary (Digital India)
Addl. Secretary (e-Gov)
Electronic Manufacturing Target Net Zero Imports
Joint Secretary (IT applications in un- covered
areas Process Re-engineering
Joint Secretary (Capacity Building Digital
Enablement of Citizens)
Joint Secretary (Infrastructure Development)
Joint Secretary (e-Gov)
E-Governance Reforming Government through
Technology
Electronic Delivery of Services - eKranti
Technology for Jobs
Public Internet Access Programme
Information for All
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Estimated Costs and Impacts
  • Overall Costs of Digital India
  • Rs 100,000 Cr in ongoing schemes (only DeitY,
    DOT not incl. those in other line Ministries)
  • Rs 13,000 Cr for new schemes activities
  • Impact of Digital India by 2019
  • Broadband in 2.5 lakh villages, universal phone
    connectivity
  • Net Zero Imports by 2020
  • 400,000 Public Internet Access Points
  • Wi-fi in 2.5 lakh schools, all universities
    Public wi-fi hotspots for citizens
  • Digital Inclusion 1.7 Cr trained for IT, Telecom
    and Electronics Jobs
  • Job creation Direct 1.7 Cr. and Indirect at
    least 8.5 Cr.
  • e-Governance eServices Across government
  • India to be leader in IT use in services
    health, education, banking
  • Digitally empowered citizens public cloud,
    internet access

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Challenges Changes Needed
  • Program on this scale never conceived
  • Each Pillar/program has own challenges
  • Human Resource Issues
  • NIC - not equipped for a fraction of this task
    (obsolesce) - needs revamping restructuring
  • DeitY needs program managers at least 4 more
    officers at senior levels
  • Ministries Need a Chief Information Officer /
    Chief Technology Officer (CIO/CTO)
  • Could begin with CIOs 10 major Ministries
  • Can be anyone from within or outside government
  • To be patterned as AS FAs dual reporting
  • Financial Resource Issues
  • Mostly structured around ongoing programs
    Better focus, need some restructuring
  • Some others are process improvements or better
    utilisation of resources
  • A few new programs may be needed particularly
    in Electronics manufacturing and Skill
    Development
  • Coordination Issues
  • Program covers many other departments
  • Need commitment and effort
  • Leadership and support critical for success

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Faciliate of Equipments
  • Satellite Support Equipments
  • Telecommunication Support Equipments
  • Fixed line and Wire less(P2P or Satellite Base)
  • Dish Antena UHF/VHF
  • Media Copper Cabels/Fibre Optics Cabels
  • Data Centre Support Equipments
  • Power Arrangement 24X7 for Above
  • Grid Power/Battery Base/Invertor/UPS
  • SMPS Power Plant(DC Voltage12V/24V/48V/72V/110V)
  • Solar PV Power(ongrid/offgrid)
  • DG Power

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Infra Products in Digital India
  • Large
  • Computor Infra Systems
  • Large Telecom Infra Systems(Fixed Wireless)
  • Large Fibre Optics Infra Systems
  • Quality Power Arrangement
  • Skill Staff Software and Hardware
  • Development Programme Partner
  • Building and Shelters
  • Committed to Government of India Digital India
    initiative, DoT has mandated BSNL to setup 25000
    Wi-Fi Hotspots in rural exchanges of BSNL. The
    setting up of 25000 Wi-Fi hotspots shall be
    funded from USO fund. Government shall provide
    full CAPEX and OPEX support to the tune of 942
    Crore for the project. The OPEX support of 100
    shall be provided by USOF for the 1st year and
    thereafter 75 support in the 2nd year, 50
    support in the 3rd year of operation shall be
    extended to BSNL. Under this project, 1 Wi-Fi
    Access Point (AP) shall be setup initially in
    each rural exchange.

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Sikhana to Padega Hi Follow NBC2016
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Safety Main It Should be Remain(Protect your
Equipment for Surge InternalExternal)
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We are with you always
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Security and Surveliance
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Digital India SCOPE WorkingTelecom ICT field
  • Telepresence Services
  • RailTels Telepresence Service is an end-to-end,
    Full high-definition (FHD-1080p)
    videoconferencing service that gives users a
    virtual, face-to-face meeting experience.
  • Data Center Services
  • Great hosting means having power, control and
    peace of mind. And thats how RailTels customers
    feel when they trust our certified NOC team to
    manage their hosting needs and challenges.
  • Rack and Space Collocation
  • RailTel facilitates co-location for equipment of
    telecom operators at its PoPs (Point of Presence)
    mostly located at Railway stations. Railway route
    buildings being in heart of the city provide
    for high ARPU sites with maximum population
    coverage. RailTel also facilitates roof top BTS
    sites in building solution at Railway stations
    other Railway buildings.
  • Tower Collocation
  • Wireless communications providers can now reduce
    capital expenditures and increase coverage by
    teaming up with RailTel. Our existing nationwide
    network of MW towers and other structures offers
    cellular, high speed data and other wireless
    communications companies.
  • RailTel provides Tower colocation facilities to
    Telecom operators for mobile BTS
  • CCTV and Security Surveliances Systems

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Digital India Technology Options
  • Equipment
  • SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy)
  • DWDM (Dense Wave Digital Multiplexing)
  • IP/MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching)

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Telecom Services Offered
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NOFN
  • National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) project a
    Govt. of India initiative is world largest rural
    broad band connectivity project through optical
    fiber.
  • Under NOFN project, around 6600 blocks of India
    in around 650 districts shall be connected to
    2,50,000 Gram Panchayats of respective blocks by
    utilising existing fibre of BSNL, RAILTEL and
    POWERGRID. Incremental fibre shall be laid
    wherever required
  • Approx. 6 Lakh Km new incremental fiber to be
    laid.
  • Minimum 100Mbps bandwidth at each Gram Panchayat
  • BBNL (Bharat Broadband Network Limited)- a SPV
    has been set up for establishment, management and
    Operation of NOFN project.
  • Initial cost of project was around Rs. 20,000 Cr
    funded by USOF (DOT ).
  • Work allocation BSNL (70), RAILTEL (15),
    POWERGRID (15)

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NOFN Status so Far
  • Survey work had been completed and approved by
    BBNL for entire scope of project (36000 GPs)
  • Under Phase-I of project 9510 GPs are to be
    connected by laying around 22,000 Km of Under
    Ground Fiber in total 462 blocks in Telengana,
    Odisha, Jharkhand HP.
  • Contracts for fiber laying has been issued to
    executing agencies to connect 7019 GPs in
    341blocks. Balance 2491 GPs have been included
    in scope of phase-1 work recently. Accordingly,
    tendering activities for award of TL contracts
    are under process.
  • As on date incremental Fiber laying has been
    completed for 4562 GPs after laying OFC of
    10723Km.
  • Trenching and ducting for approximately 14,966 Km
    have been completed till date which includes
    2541Km of TL work in AP.

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Digital Equipment Power Sources
  • Grid Power 230VAC
  • SMPS Power 48VDC
  • SMPS Power 12-30 VDC
  • UPS Power 230 V and 440V
  • Solar Power for Stand alone Equip
  • 30W Solar Power for GPON Equipments
  • Solar Power for Facilities
  • Equipment Instalation Indoor /Out Door

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Source
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Safe Home Sweet Home
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Safe Place to Work (Office)
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Safe Working Environment (Industries)
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Follow Safety in Electrical Instalation Shocks
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Protection from Lightning Charges
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Surge in Systems and Result
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Surge in DC Application
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Protect
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1)  Safety for Human life/
Building/Equipments To save human life from
danger of electrical shock or death by blowing a
fuse i.e. To provide an alternative path for the
fault current to flow so that it will not
endanger the user To protect buildings, machinery
appliances under fault conditions. To ensure
that all exposed conductive parts do not reach a
dangerous potential. To provide safe path to
dissipate lightning and short circuit
currents. To provide stable platform for
operation of sensitive  electronic equipments  
i.e. To maintain the voltage at any part of an
electrical system at a known value so as to
prevent over current or excessive voltage on the
appliances or equipment . (2)  Over voltage
protection Lightning, line surges or
unintentional contact with higher voltage lines
can cause dangerously high voltages to the
electrical distribution system. Earthing provides
an alternative path around the electrical system
to minimize damages in the System. (3)  Voltage
stabilization There are many sources of
electricity. Every transformer can be considered
a separate source. If there were not a common
reference point for all these voltage sources it
would be extremely difficult to calculate their
relationships to each other. The earth is the
most omnipresent conductive surface, and so it
was adopted in the very beginnings of electrical
distribution systems as a nearly universal
standard for all electric systems.
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Factors affecting on Earth
resistivity (1)  Soil Resistivity     It is the
resistance of soil to the passage of electric
current. The earth resistance value (ohmic value)
of an earth pit depends on soil resistivity. It
is the resistance of the soil to the passage of
electric current. It varies from soil to soil. It
depends on the physical composition of the soil,
moisture, dissolved salts, grain size and
distribution, seasonal variation, current
magnitude etc. In depends on the composition of
soil, Moisture content, Dissolved salts, grain
size and its distribution, seasonal variation,
current magnitude. (2)  Soil Condition Different
soil conditions give different soil resistivity.
Most of the soils are very poor conductors of
electricity when they are completely dry. Soil
resistivity is measured in ohm-meters or
ohm-cm. Soil plays a significant role in
determining the performance of Electrode. Soil
with low resistivity is highly corrosive. If soil
is dry then soil resistivity value will be very
high. If soil resistivity is high, earth
resistance of electrode will also be high. (3) 
Moisture   Moisture has a great influence on
resistivity value of soil. The resistivity of a
soil can be determined by the quantity of water
held by the soil and resistivity of the water
itself. Conduction of electricity in soil is
through water. The resistance drops quickly to a
more or less steady minimum value of about 15
moisture. And further increase of moisture level
in soil will have little effect on soil
resistivity. In many locations water table goes
down in dry weather conditions. Therefore, it is
essential to pour water in and around the earth
pit to maintain moisture in dry weather
conditions. Moisture significantly influences
soil resistivity
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9)  Effect of current magnitude Soil
resistivity in the vicinity of ground electrode
may be affected by current flowing from the
electrode into the surrounding soil. The thermal
characteristics and the moisture content of the
soil will determine if a current of a given
magnitude and duration will cause significant
drying and thus increase the effect of soil
resistivity Maintain less than one Ohm Resistance
from EARTH PIT conductor to a distance of 15
Meters around the EARTH PIT with another
conductor dip on the Earth at least 500 mm deep.
Check Voltage between Earth Pit conductors to
Neutral of Mains Supply 220V AC 50 Hz it should
be less than 2.0 Volts. Maximum allowable Earth
resistance Major power station 0.5 Ohm. Major
Sub-stations 1.0 Ohm Minor Sub-station 2
Ohm Neutral Bushing. 2 Ohm Service connection
4 Ohm Medium Voltage Network 2
Ohm L.T.Lightening Arrestor 4 Ohm L.T.Pole 5
Ohm H.T.Pole 10 Ohm Tower 20-30 Ohm
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Copper Clad Steel Solid ROD and Conductor
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An Arcing Fault is the flow of current through
the air between phase conductors or phase
conductors and neutral or ground. Concentrated
radiant energy is released at the point of arcing
an a small amount of time resulting in Extremely
High Temperature.
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Fire Accident Due to Lightning
We Want India Safe Practice Earthing and
Protection
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Why Accidents happen?
  • Accidents generally happen due to lack of
    maintenance, lack of Supervision, lack of
    knowledge, over confidence and negligence.
    Accidents may also happen due to one or more of
    the following reasons
  • Using improper tools
  • Improper/non usage of protective devices
  • Lack of proper instructions and supervision
  • Mental/physical condition of the employee
  • Poor Judgment

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JMV LPS Products
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Copper Cladded Conductor For Electrical
Installation
The Copper Clad Steel Grounding Conductor is made
up of steel with the coating of 99.99 pure
copper. These conductors/ wires or strands are
equipped with the strength of steel with the
conductivity and copper with the better corrosion
resistance property. The concentric copper
cladding is metallurgic ally bonded to a steel
core through a continuous, solid cladding
process using pressure rolling for primary
bonding. The copper cladding thickness remains
constant surrounding steel. We use different
steel grades for the steel core result in Dead
Soft Annealed, High strength and Extra High
Strength Characteristics.  The Copper Clad Steel
Wire yields a composite conductivity of 21, 30
and 40 IACS, and available in Annealed and Hard
drawn. We are delivering products with varied
conductivity and tensile strength as per the
customer need. Further, the wire can be processed
to be silver plated or tinned copper clad steel
wire.
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Most Efficient JointProcess
It is efficient and superior to all existing
surface to-surface mechanical retention
connectors.
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What is Exothermic Welding System?Copper to
Bi-Metal and Alumenium
  • Types of Exothermic Joints
  • Possible to join any bi metal except aluminum
  • Exothermic welding is a process of making
    maintain free highly molecular bonding process is
    superior in performance connection to any known
    mechanical or compression-type surface-to-surface
    contact connector. Exothermic weld connections
    provide current carrying (fusing) capacity equal
    to that of the conductor and will not deteriorate
    with age.
  • It offers Electrical connections between two or
    more copper to copper and copper to steel
    conductors.
  • Highly portable method as it does not require
    any external power source or heat source, so it
    can be done almost anywhere.
  • It provides strong permanent molecular bond
    among metallic conductors that cannot loosen and
    further will not deteriorate with age.
  • Connection does not corrode with time and it
    offers permanent conductivity.

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Installation
ESE AT with radius protection form 32 mtr to 107
mtr.
DMC Insulator .
GI/FRP Mast .
Down Conductor Copper / Copper Cadmium Cable 70
sq. mm
Copper Bonded Ground Earthing
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Products Manufacture by JMV LPSBRADELY BRAND
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Innovation Never Stop(Cable Joints)
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Creditial Client List Corportae Office
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Neeraj Saini 9910398538 Rahul Verma
9910398535 Manav Chandra - 9910398999
manav_at_jmv.co.in
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