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11 th International Conference cum-Exhibition on Transformers [TRAFOSEM-2011] was organized jointly with CEA, REC, BEE, BIS, CPRI, PGCIL, NTPC, BBMB, ERDA, BPTI, NPTI and PHDCCI,ASSOCHAM and India Energy Forum as a supporting associations on 21st & 22nd November 2011 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. Shri.G.B. Pradhan,Secretary,Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India ,inaugurated TRAFOSEM 2011with great fanfare in the presence of other guests of honor from other organizations such as CEA,BEE,POWERGRID,NTPC,REC,BBMB etc.More thean 500 Delegates from Utilities/SEBs, Gencos/Trancos, Discoms EPC contractors/agencies, Consultants, ITMA members/Non-members and also from USA ,UK, Korea, China, Japan , Zambia attended the event. Thegathering was addressed by Senior ITMA members for welcome by Shri N.Visweswarareddy,Managing Director, Shirdi Sai Electronical Limited,while shri Anil Agarwal, President ITMA and CMD of PME, Power Solution India Limited,delivered his presidencial Address, Shri D.J. Ramesh ,Past President ITMA and CMD of Vijai Electricals Ltd delivered Key note address and shri Surendra Guupta Sr.Vice-President, ITMA proposed Vote of Thanks. The objective of the conference was to provide a forum to discuss on “Current & Furturistic prospects of Transformer Technology on Global Horizon and Challenges for Indian Power Sector” not only india but also in foreign countries amongst Manufacturers, Utilities, Poser Industry to share experience, knowledge at global level so as to meet the challenges and evolve new strategies for generation of power and other aspects arising out of Transmission & Distribution Reforms,Electricity polices, restructuring of vertically integrated SEBs for supplying power at reasonable cost.To play a role in reducing the cost of equipment production with utmost customer satisfaction without affecting quality,reliability with deep sense of commitment in order to increase the comjpetitiveness both in domestic and export market for the economic growth of the country. ITMA offered its gratitude to all participants including foreign delegates (Members/Non members) Authors/Advertiseers,Sponsors,Co-sponsors and supporters who all had made it possible to bring out a special Issue in the form of booklet and make this conference a gala event.
ITMA's Some Important Seminar/Conferences
10 th 11 th November 1980 - All India Seminar On Distribution Transformer.
21 st 22 nd October 1983 All India Conference on Transformer.
23 rd and 24 th April 1985 All India Conference on Transformer.
16th & 17th December 1985 International Conference on Transformer.
13th and 14th Feburary 1987 International Conference on Transformer Raw Material & Accessories.
25th and 26th November 1988 International Conference on Transformer.
29th July 1989 Workshop on Transformer(East Zone).
11th and 12th Feburary 1991 International conference on Transformer.
7th & 8 th December 1994 International colloquium on Transformer[TRAFOSEM-94].
8th a & 9th November 1995 International Conference on Transformer[TRAFOSEM-95].
7th July 1995 Symposium on Transformer in Rural's Areas Problems and Prospectives.
28th August 1997 Symposium on Latest Trend in Transformer Technology.
9th & 10th November 2000 National Conference on Distribution Transformer Efficiency & Realibility: Challenges for India in the New Millenium.
1st and 2nd May 2003 International Conference on "Pursuit & Quest for excellence in Transformer Technology on Global Horizon[TRAFOSEM 2003].
24th & 25th November 2005 International Conference on "Ongoing Trends of Global Transformer Technology on Meet Challenges & Evolve Strategies for Indian Power Scenario[TRAFOSEM 2005]
11th & 12th November 2008 International Conference on "Modernatization and Upgradation of Transformer Technology on Global Horizon and Challenges for Indian Power Sector[TRAFOSEM 008].
21st & 22nd November 2011 International conference -cum Exhibition on Current Futuristic Prospect of Transformer Technology on Global Horizon and challenges for India Power Sector[TRAFOSEM 2011]
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