BHEL Jhansi

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Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited
State-owned enterprise
public company (BSE500103, NSEBHEL)
Industry Electrical equipment
Founded 1953
Headquarters New Delhi, India
Area served
India and presence in 70 countries[1]
Key people
B. Prasad Rao, (Chairman & MD)
Revenue 433,799 million (US$6.4 billion)(2010–2011)[2]
60,110 million (US$890 million)(2010–2011)
Total assets 125,514 million (US$1.9 billion)(2010–2011)[2]
Number of employees
46,274 (2010)[2]

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Jhansi was founded on 9 January 1974 and is one of the 14 manufacturing units of the Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) Corporation. It is located on NH-26, 15 km away from Jhansi city. The Jhansi unit is spread in 1064 acres, which includes 519 acres of township having large green cover and excellent amenities. BHEL Jhansi started production of Transformers in the year 1976. BHEL Jhansi is in the business of two product groups namely, Transformer and Locomotive. Marketing of products and services is done at the corporate level by Power sector, Industry sector, International operation division and Regional Office Divisions spread all over India.

BHEL Jhansi has received the CII Exim bank award of "Strong Commitment to Excel" in the year 2007 in the field of Business Excellence.


The team of BHEL Jhansi unit is led by Shri Mukesh Khasgiwala, Executive Director who reports to the chairman & managing director. The organisation is governed by corporate policies like HR Policy, Procurement Policy, Finance policy, Works policy etc. The Management Committee at Corporate level, of which our Unit head is a member, reviews and monitors our operations.


  • Transformer Power Transformesr up to 400 kV class/Traction trfr/ESP trfr./Special trfr/Dry TypeTrfr./Inst trfr up to 400 kV class and voltage transformer and current transformers are also produced.
  • Locomotive WAG 7 AC locomotive for Indian railway/diesel locos. all application 3300 hp/wagons up to 300 MT 27 axle/railway track equipment/metro for kolkatta/emu coaches.


BHEL Jhansi has a committed workforce of 1929 employees. All employees have technical and professional background to suit the operations.[citation needed] Skilled and experienced manpower is major strength of organisation along with engineering and R&D strength. It also has around 1200 contract workers to cater to the support services.

Workers have recognised union and supervisors have their registered association. To safeguard interest of SCs/STs, a registered SC/ST association is in place.

Certifications and recognition[edit]

BHEL Jhansi has been certified for ISO 9001:2001 for Quality Assurance.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "For Website" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-12-22. 
  2. ^ a b c "". Retrieved 2010-12-22. 
  3. ^ "". Archived from the original on 23 September 2010. Retrieved 2010-12-22.