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Bharat Heavy Electricals L..

₹49.7

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30

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Bharat Heavy Electricals Key Statistics
  • P/E Ratio

    -6.4

  • PEG Ratio

    -0.2

  • Market Cap Cr

    17305.9

  • Price to Book Ratio

    74.7

  • EPS

    -7.8

  • Dividend

    0 ()

  • Relative Strength Index

    46.21

  • Money Flow Index

    51.96

  • MACD Signal

    -1.1

  • Average True Range

    2.16

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Bharat Heavy Electricals Synopsis

NSE-Elec-Misc Products

Bharat Heavy Ele is involved in the business activities of Manufacture of electric motors, generators, transformers and electricity distribution and control apparatus. Company’s Total Operating Revenue is Rs. 17308.44 Cr. and Equity Capital is Rs. 696.41 Cr. for the Year ended 31/03/2021. Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. is a Public Limited Listed company incorporated on 13/11/1964 and has its registered office in the State of Delhi, India. Company’s Corporate Identification Number(CIN) is L74899DL1964GOI004281 and registration number is 004281.
  • Market Cap

    17,027.27

  • Sales

    20,320.42

  • Shares in Float

    128.84

  • No of Funds

    177

  • Yield

    0.22

  • Book Value

    0.65

  • U/D Vol Ratio

    1.1

  • LTDebt/Equity

  • Alpha

    -0.18

  • Beta

    1.6

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2,000(9.8%)
1,758(-3.5%)
1,590(-12.7%)

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About Company

Established in 1956, BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited) is India's largest power generation equipment manufacturer under the ministry of heavy industries Government of India. It is also one of India’s major Public Sector enterprises (PSE) and is the single major source of coal, hydro, gas, nuclear, and solar energy. It serves several core sectors such as transmission, industrial systems and products, transportation, e-mobility & battery energy storage, renewable energy, oil & gas, water, and defence & aerospace.
As a leader in the power transmission sector in India, BHEL offers a good range of transmission systems and products conforming to international quality and standards. With the tagline "Powering Progress, Brightening Lives Touching Every Indian Home", BHEL utilises its huge infrastructure base of 17 Manufacturing Units, 2 Repair Units, 4 Regional Offices, 8 Service Centers, 8 Overseas Offices, 15 Regional Centers, and 7 Joint Ventures to execute more than 150 projects globally.

History of BHEL

When India attained independence in 1947, one of the greatest challenges India faced was providing a good infrastructure base for economic and industrial development. Hence in 1956, the government of India established "Heavy Electricals India Limited" (HEIL), a Public Sector Company under the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, to provide a thrust to the industrial sector. As the industrial revolution kicked in and the demand for power generating capacity multiplied manifold, BHEL established the following power manufacturing plants :

  1. First at Tiruchirappalli (Tamil Nadu) for high-pressure boilers.
  2. Second one at Hyderabad (Telangana) for steam turbo generators and high-pressure pumps and compressors.
  3. Third plant at Haridwar (Uttarakhand) for large steam turbo generating sets and motors and hydro generating sets. All the initial preparatory work for BHEL was administered from Bhopal till November 1964, until the government decided to create a separate corporation for setting up and managing these three units.

Thus, Heavy Electricals India Limited was merged with Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, and BHEL was born and formally incorporated on 13th November 1964. Over time as BHEL developed its capabilities and expanded across various sectors, it became a Public Limited company in 1991.

Key Managerial Personnel of BHEL


To convert BHEL from a manufacturing company to an engineering company and to partly change that mindset, the company's R&D and engineering heads found permanent representation on its board of directors. Headed by Dr Nalin Shinghal, who assumed charge of the Chairman & Managing Director post on the Board of BHEL with effect from 8th July 2019. BHEL is run by a dignified list of Directors/ Signatories as of 31st March 2022 :
 

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Name

Date of Joining

9548096

Vijay Mittal

25-03-2022

9541886

Upinder Singh Matharu

21-03-2022

7840914

Aditya Prasad

29-12-2021

001415

Raj Kumar Agarwal

09-11-2021

9392192

Lekhasri Samantsinghar

09-11-2021

9392812

Sivaprasad Kodungallur

09-11-2021

8970501

Renuka Gera

01-12-2020

2405818

Manish Kapoor

31-01-2020

7423392

Raj Kamal Bindal

31-01-2020

8538400

Shashank Priya

04-10-2019

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