- Nuclear power is the fifth -largest source of electricity in India after thermal, hydroelectric and renewable sources of electricity. As of now, India has 22 nuclear reactors in operation at seven sites, having an installed capacity of 6780 MW and producing a total of 30,292.91 GWh of electricity. 11 more reactors are under construction to generate an additional 8,100 MW.
- Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) is a government-owned corporation of India based in Mumbai which is responsible for the generation of nuclear power for electricity. NPCIL is administered by the Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India. Tarapur is the largest nuclear power station in India
- Nuclear power plant in India is an important general awareness topic for UPSC, SSC and Banking exams.
|Gora Fateh and Hariya studies Atomic Power Station course from Na Rora College of Uttar Pradesh. They meet Maha Rani Tarawati and Raja Rawat Bhatt of college to file complaint against Hostel boy Gujju Bhai Namak Pare wala who daily did Natak by saying Kya Khayega. Raja and Rani assist Tamil servant Kundan Kala to look into the matter and he said vo Kal Pakka college aayega.|
|Trick||Nuclear Power Station||State|
|Gora Fateh/ Hariya||Gorakhpur Atomic Power Station (Fatehabad)||Haryana (Proposed)|
|Na Rora/ Uttar Pradesh||Narora Atomic Power Station||Uttar Pradesh|
|Tarawati/ Maha Rani||Tarapur Atomic Power Station||Maharashtra|
|Rawat Bhata/ Raja||Rajasthan Atomic Power Station (Rawatbhata)||Rajasthan|
|Namak Para/ Gujju Bhai||Kakrapara Atomic Power Station||Gujarat|
|Kya Khayega/ Natak||Kaiga Nuclear Power Station||Karnataka|
|Kundan Kala/ Tamil||Kundankulam Nuclear Power Station||Tamil Nadu|
|Kal Pakka/ Tamil||Madras Atomic Power Station (Kalpakkam)||Tamil Nadu|
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