DKS introduces HVDS

DKS introduces HVDS to reduce technical and commercial loss in power distribution system


HVDS is an innovative step taken by DK Shivakumar for the speedy replacement of failed distribution transformers in rural areas and to reduce technical and commercial losses in the power distribution system.

High Voltage Distribution System is a technology where the electricity is distributed to the consumers at a Higher Voltage level (11kV) instead of the Low Voltage (400/240V).

Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission has issued directives with a view to reduce the high level technical and commercial losses in the distribution system. Thus, Energy Minister DK Shivakumar came up with an innovative scheme HVDS.

Political Activity

On the work front, BESCOM has already issued work awards for implementing the scheme in Chikkaballapur RSD (6 feeders) Sub-division, Tumkur RSD-1 & RSD-2 (25 feeders) Sub-divisions, Doddaballapur (9 feeders) Sub-division.

Mission & Vision of HVDS program

  • To reduce high levels of technical and commercial losses in the distribution system, implementing High Voltage Distribution System by replacing the existing LT distribution is taken up on pilot basis across all distribution companies.
  • Though highly beneficial in terms of reducing the losses this project is cost intensive. Energy Minister DK Shivakumar to evolve a scheme through which HVDS project can be funded or subsidized.
  • HVDS is an innovative step is taken by DK Shivakumar for a speedy replacement of failed distribution transformers in rural areas.
  • Distribution company namely BESCOM has taken up the largest Distribution Automation program in India. It aims at automating the entire distribution network of Bangalore city. The total cost of the project is 564 crore.
  • HVDS is an Innovative step is taken for speedy replacement of failed distribution transformers in rural areas by establishing 79 nos. of repair centers along with 172 nos. transformer banks in all sub-divisions and divisions to ensure reduced interruption time.




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Marketers and bloggers have realized the value of optimizing a website for search engine visibility. Lots of marketers make the mistake of seeing SEO only as a source of free traffic. It’s true, free traffic is the end result, but it’s not how SEO works. The real purpose of SEO is to help people who are looking for you, who are looking for your brand or your product.  To do that, you have to match the content on your website to what people are trying to find.

The Basics of SEO for Bloggers:

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If you are active on web world, then you must be aware of two terms i.e  Crawling and Indexing:

Crawling means the visit of Google to tract your website.

Indexing means when crawling has been done putting the results on Google’s index. If you’re a blogger, businessperson, or someone with something to say on the web,you should know this stuff.




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Search engine bots like Googlebot (Web Crawling Robot of Google) needs some guidelines on how they have to crawl and index our blog. We can prevent some non-important pages labels pages from indexing in Google to protect our blog from duplicate content issues.


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Just be patient. It takes time for search engines to update their records, as they have to crawl billions of websites.

“Good things take time”

Also, note that it will take time to figure out what works for your site. What works for site A might not work for site B.

A better approach?

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Just keep the above points in mind to help guide you. It takes time, and it’s a lot of hard work, but if you stick with it, it does pay off.

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