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The requirements of competent, experienced manpower have increased four times due to massive development of power and energy sector over the past 10 years. Special pay packages for the officials of the sector have been provided going above the national pay scale. The idea was creating efficiency and ensuring improved customer services with lesser number of skilled manpower. Keeping pace with the changes, efficiency of the manpower must be continuously improved. Foreign training alone cannot create sustainability. On the job local training must also be provided on regular basis. For this, training academy of international standard needs to be established. Mere establishment of infrastructure would not be enough. With the assistance of qualified and experienced trainers, comprehensive curricula must be developed. Trainers must be trained first. Alongside the officials on the job, transparent process must be launched for recruitment of fresh manpower. Not only qualified and skilled engineers, power and energy sector would also require operators. Training facilities must be ensured for preparing young people, who are passing the higher secondary levels. First, they would require some classrooms, preparatory training and, after that, specific sector-related practical exposure. Trained people must be given internationally accredited certificates after proper tests and examination. A database of trained manpower should also be created to attach them with industries. The organizations would get trained manpower from the database. The trained human resource could get jobs abroad even after meeting the local requirements. A well-planned comprehensive capacity development program must be launched for the future needs of the sector.

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