Vishwakarma Jayanti celebrated by BHEL Bhopal.
Shri A M V Yugandhar, Executive Director BHEL, Bhopal felicitated Shri A D Shelgaonkar
Bhopal, 21 Oct., 2016
In a simple programme held at 3 rd Floor Administration Building
Shri A M V Yugandhar, Executive Director BHEL, Bhopal felicitated Shri A D Shelgaonkar,
General Manager, Electrical Machine Repair Shop, Mumbai. Shri Shelgaonkar is retiring
from the organosation on the 24 th of October 2016.
Shri Yugandhar in his address
appreciated Shri Shelgaonkar’s contribution in various capacities wishing him a a happy life
Shri Shelgaonkar after completing his B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Nagpur
University in 1977 joined BHEL, New Delhi in 1978 and later rendered his services in EMRP,
HRDC Bhopal in association with Vigilance department organized a guest lecture at Technocrat Institute of Technology (TIT)
Bhopal, 21 Oct., 2016
HRDC Bhopal in association with Vigilance department organized a guest lecture at Technocrat Institute of Technology (TIT), Bhopal on 19/10/2016 as part of
Vigilance Awareness Week celebrations. The faculty for this lecture was Shri Sumit Roy,
Clinical Psychologist from Bhopal. Shri Amitabh Dubey, AGM (HRD) and Shri Amit Sharma,
AGM (Vig) graced the occasion. From TIT group, Dr. A.S.Umesh, Director, T.I.T. & Science ,
Dr. S.K.Jain, Dy. Director., T.I.T. & Science and Dr. A.K.Pathariya, Principal (Polytechnic),
T.I.T. & Science were present. Shri Sanjay S.Dhavle, Sr.DGM (Vig), Shri P.K.Jha, DGM
(Vig) and Shri Brij Nandan Choudhary, Sr.Engineer (Vig) were also present.
Dr. A.K.Pathariya, Principal (Polytechnic), T.I.T. & Science welcomed all the dignitaries and
students. He insisted that each individual has a major role in curbing corruption.
Shri Amit Sharma, AGM (Vig) welcomed the distinguished guests and the students. He
briefed about the the theme for this year “Public Participation in promoting integrity and
eradicating corruption” and the role of Central Vigilance Commission.
Dr. A.S.Umesh, Director, T.I.T. & Science shared that vigilance awareness week is
celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Shri Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel on 31 st October.
He said that youngsters have a vital role in removing corruption and promoting integrity at
professional and personal levels.
Dr. S.K.Jain, Dy. Director., T.I.T. & Science shared his insights on the role students can play
in removing corruption. He said that students need to be motivated to learn and do their best
in things they can do and become good citizens of future.
Shri Sumit Roy shared his valuable experiences on the subject “Importance of Ethics and
Moral Values in professional life”. He shared with the students about how they can be
smart workers and promote healthy and conducive environment around them which would
enable them to excel in life. Also, he shared with them the psychological and emotional
effects which corruption can cause to an individual.
Shri Amitabh Dubey, AGM (HRD) proposed the Vote of Thanks. He encouraged the students to rise high and have a holistic view towards life. The programme was compered by the college students.
A workshop for Trade union representatives
Bhopal, 29 July 2016
A workshop for Trade union representatives on the current status of the organization, challenges and prevailing market condition was held the other day at IFX Conference Hall BHEL, Bhopal.
At the same time discussion was also held on the role of the unions in bringing the company to the forefront.
Around 150 union representatives participated in the workshop.
On this occasion presentation was given by ShriSanjeev Gupta, General Manager, P&D,IT; Shri M K Varma, General Manager, HR, CMG,PMG & EC and Additional General Manager, HRM. The programme was co-ordinated by Shri A. A. Siddiqui, (DGM, HR, IR& Law).
Works Engineering & Services Division BHEL, Bhopal has resumed the services of 17 ton escort crane
Bhopal, 29 July 2016
Works Engineering & Services Division BHEL, Bhopal has resumed the services of 17 ton escort crane. The crane after breakdown was lying in an unworkable condition for 17 months.
The oil filter, diseal filter, nozzle, gasket and head of the crane stopped functioning due to mechanical failure. The division after repair and maintenance of the crane has brought it back into rolling condition by replacing the faulty parts.
Similarly 3 Ton Diseal lifter in Block-IA, 5 Ton Diseal Lifter in LEM Division, 3 Ton Diseal Lifter in Block-IB, 3 Ton Diseal Lifter in Block-I, 3 Ton Swaraj Diseal Lifter in GGX workshop and various other machines which were not in working condition for a long time were repaired, renovated and brought into track.
The effort of the division has helped in saving of lakhs of rupees for the organsiation and at the same time assisted in enhancing productivity and quality of the product.
“Swachh Bharat and Swachh BHEL”
Bhopal, 26 Feb. 2016
“Cleanliness is our identity and it is the first step towards success. Whether it is our workplace or residence, one should always try to maintain cleanliness in all areas”, opined Shri A M V Yugandhar, Executive Director BHEL, Bhopal while inaugurating the solar water heating system near Canteen no. 03 BHEL, Bhopal.
The solar heater has been made with in-house efforts using scrap material. The heater installed by the efforts of Works Engineering division will now help in uninterrupted supply of hot water to canteen no.03 for their usage.
At the same time extra washing area in the canteen and platform for the tea vending trollies has also been constructed. On this occasion Shri T G Chouragade, General Manager, WE, CS&HR; all general managers, trade union representatives, officials of HRM and Works Engineering division were present.
Shri Yugandhar in his address said that all the employees of BHEL, Bhopal are committed for the “Swachh Bharat and Swachh BHEL” cause. He further said that every Saturday post lunch, employees will participate in cleaning activities inside the factory as well as the township.
BHEL, maintaining the Maharatna status
Bhopal, 13 Jan. 2016
“BHEL is not only a matter of pride for Heavy Industry ministry but the entire nation as well and we all are proud of such an organization. The company at present is facing certain challenges, but with the commitment & dedication of the employees, the company will surely regain its past glory.
The Ministry of Heavy Industry is committed in taking forward BHEL, maintaining the Maharatna status”, opined Honourable Minister of Heavy Industries and PE’s Shri Anant Geete while addressing the large number of employees today at BHEL cultural hall.
Shri Geete highlighting the challenges being faced by the company said that BHEL is an organization which is capable of rising from the ashes. The company has been aggressively contributing to the GDP of the country. Undoubtedly one has to change with respect to the current conditions and BHEL also has to diversify their range of products, bringing in new innovations and technologies which is in demand in the market.
BHEL has recently received order worth Rs. 28,500 crore and the government is committed in assisting BHEL to receive more orders. He further said that the company is exploring opportunities in solar, defence and renewable energy sector. Referring to the discussion he had with the state government, he said that central government, state government and BHEL are planning to start a new venture creating more job opportunities and industry. He said that an expansion plan of BHEL is also on track.
On this occasion Shri A M V Yugandhar, Executive Director, BHEL, Bhopal; Shri Kishore Purswani, Executive Director, CIMM, Corporate Office and Shri T G Chouragade, General Manager, WE, CS & HR welcomed Shri Geete with shawl and shreefal. Shri Alok Sanjar, MP, Bhopal and Shri Brajesh Lunawat, Vice-President, BJP, Madhya Pradesh were especially present on the occasion.
Shri Sanjar throwing light on the personality of Shri Geete said that BHEL is an identity of Bhopal city and its contribution is enormous in the development of this city.
Shri Yugandhar is his address assured the gathering of trying to clock the slated production target. Later, Shri Chouragade proposed the vote of thanks.
Shri A. M. V Yugandhar, Executive Director BHEL, Bhopal bade farewell to Shri D K Thakur, General Manager
Bhopal, 20 Aug. 2015
In a simple programme held at third floor Administrative Building BHEL, Bhopal Shri A. M. V Yugandhar, Executive Director BHEL, Bhopal bade farewell to Shri D K Thakur, General Manager, TCB on his transfer to BHEL, Hyderabad as General Manager, Operations.
Shri Yugandhar speaking on this occasion wished him a successful and progressive life ahead.
On this occasion Shri T G Chouragade, General Manager, HR and all general managers were present.
Shri Thakur after completing his BE in Electrical Engineering from Bhopal in 1981 joined BHEL, Bhopal as an Engineer Trainee.
He was elevated to the post of General Manager in the year 2011.
Hindi month 2015 began the other day at BHEL
Bhopal, 20 Aug. 2015
Hindi month 2015 began the other day at BHEL,
Bhopal with Hindi essay competition being held at IFX Conference hall.
On this occasion Shri V K Agarwal, General Manager, Export Co-ordination was present as the Chief Guest while Shri Alok Gupta, AGM, QCI was present as the Guest of Honour.
Around 121 participants from various departments participated in the competition. Shri Prabhat Kumar, Dy. Manager, HTE and Shri Suresh Soni, Artisan, CIM were present as the members of the jury.
Shri Rajan S Katoch, Secretary, Ministry of HI & PE, GOI today visited
Bhopal, 20 Aug. 2015
Shri Rajan S Katoch, Secretary, Ministry of HI & PE, GOI today visited the Hydro Centre of Excellence, Switchgear Division, UHV Lab, New Transformer Block, Traction Block and CIM Block of BHEL, Bhopal, taking stock of the progress going on in the blocks.
Shri A M V Yugandhar, Executive Director, BHEL, Bhopal and other senior officials were present with him during the visit.
Amidst all odds, BHEL has to keep up the work culture, quality of product and there are possible positive signals for BHEL to receive more orders from the power sector in the near future, said Shri Katoch.
Later, in a meeting held with general managers of BHEL on various business scenarios Shri Katoch also enquired information about various products of BHEL.
He further said that at the ministry level all efforts are being made to assist BHEL in all possible ways. On this occasion Shri Yugandhar gave assurance of delivering quality products within the deadline.
BHEL Bhopal Profile
We are an integrated power plant equipment manufacturer and one of the largest engineering and manufacturing companies in India in terms of turnover. We were established in 1964, ushering in the indigenous Heavy Electrical Equipment industry in India - a dream that has been more than realized with a well-recognized track record of performance. The company has been earning profits continuously since 1971-72 and paying dividends since 1976-77.
We are engaged in the design, engineering, manufacture, construction, testing, commissioning and servicing of a wide range of products and services for the core sectors of the economy, viz. Power, Transmission, Industry, Transportation (Railway), Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas and Defence. We have 15 manufacturing divisions, two repair units, four regional offices, eight service centres and 15 regional centres and currently operate at more than 150 project sites across India and abroad. We place strong emphasis on innovation and creative development of new technologies. Our research and development (R&D) efforts are aimed not only at improving the performance and efficiency of our existing products, but also at using state-of-the-art technologies and processes to develop new products. This enables us to have a strong customer orientation, to be sensitive to their needs and respond quickly to the changes in the market.
The high level of quality & reliability of our products is due to adherence to international standards by acquiring and adapting some of the best technologies from leading companies in the world including General Electric Company, Alstom SA, Siemens AG and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., together with technologies developed in our own R&D centres.
Most of our manufacturing units and other entities have been accredited to Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001:2008), Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001:2004) and Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18001:2007).
We have a share of 59% in India’s total installed generating capacity contributing 69% (approx.) to the total power generated from utility sets (excluding non-conventional capacity) as of March 31, 2012.
We have been exporting our power and industry segment products and services for over 40 years. BHEL’s global references are spread across 75 countries. The cumulative overseas installed capacity of BHEL manufactured power plants exceeds 9,000 MW across 21 countries including Malaysia, Oman, Iraq, the UAE, Bhutan, Egypt and New Zealand. Our physical exports range from turnkey projects to after sales services.
We work with a vision of becoming a global engineering enterprise providing solutions for a better tomorrow.
Our greatest strength is our highly skilled and committed workforce of 49,390 employees. Every employee is given an equal opportunity to develop himself/herself and grow in his/her career. Continuous training and retraining, career planning, a positive work culture and participative style of management - all these have engendered development of a committed and motivated workforce setting new benchmarks in terms of productivity, quality and responsiveness.
Registered Office: ‘BHEL House’, Siri Fort, New Delhi - 110049, India
Telephone: +91 11 66337000 (multiple lines)
Fax: +91 11 26493021