Chief Minister Punjab has given a New Year gift to the people of Punjab and government employees. Chief Minister Punjab has announced 3 revolutionary programs that include the Ujala Program.
What is Chief Minister Punjab Ujala program?
Ujala program is new student welfare program that is designed to provide more than 2 lakhs solar lamps. This will make the students tension free from load shading. Now students of Punjab can enjoy free electricity and continue their studies.
Eligibility Criteria for Solar Home System under Ujala Program:
- Students with 60% marks in the first year of government schools will get home system under Ujala programs.
- Students with 60% marks in the ninth class will get solar home system under Ujala programs.
- Students from Danish Schools, TEVTA and vocational institutes will get home system under Ujala programs.
- Youth and students have always been the Chief Minister’s priority. Due to extreme and unfair load shedding in Punjab by those in Islamabad, Ujala scheme has been introduced to give solar powered lamps to luminous students.
How to Apply at Chief Minister Ujala Program Solar Home Systems:
Chief Minister Ujala Program has been announced and related authorities school principals and deans are instructed to create lists of students on merit. Student can contact with their institution head for this and in case of any problem they can complain to the regional D.C.Os.
Chief Minister Ujala Program Solar Home Systems Specification:
BCT30-12 photovoltaic polycrystalline 30W Solar Panel:
Electrical Characteristics BCT30-12
Maximum power at STC (Pmax) 30W
Optimum operating voltage (Vmp) 17.2V
Optimum operating current (Imp ) 1.74A
Open-circuit voltage (Voc ) 21.6V
Short-circuit current (Isc ) 1.93A
Short-circuit current temperature coefficient ( 0.065±0.015)%/°c
Open-circuit voltage temperature coefficient -(80±10)mV/°c
Peak power temperature coefficient -(0.5±0.05)%/°c
NOCT (Air 20°c; Sun 0.8kW/m wind 1m/s) 47±2°c
Operating temperature -40°c to 85°c
Maximum system voltage 600V DC
Power tolerance ±3%