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Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises Department of Heavy Industry


    • An introduction 3-8
    • Scheme on Enhancement of Global Competitiveness of Indian Capital Goods Sector 10-16
    • Electric Mobility 17-18
    • Advanced Ultra Super Critical (Adv-USC) Technology for Thermal Power Plants 19
    • Amendment in the guidelines for physically handicapped customers of cars on concessional rate of excise duty 20
    • Punctuality in attendance after installation of Aadhaar Based Attendance System 22
    • Observance of "Swachhta Abhiyan" in the Department of Heavy Industry 23-24
    • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited(BHEL) 26-29
    • Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited, Jaipur(REIL) 30-34
    • HMT Machine Tools Ltd 35
  • V. ANNEXURES 36-40

Chapter I




- An introduction

      The Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, comprising the Department of Heavy Industry (DHI) and the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), was created as per the Presidential Notification dated the 15th October 1999. The work allocation of Department of Heavy Industry is indicated in the Annexure-I .


Vision :

A globally competitive, growth oriented and profitable heavy industry.



Mission :

To facilitate Automotive Industry so as to emerge as the destination of choice in the world for design and manufacture of Automobiles and Auto components with output reaching a level of US $145 billion, accounting for more than 10% of GDP and providing additional employment to 25 million by 2016; to help Heavy Electrical and Capital Goods Industry to achieve high growth; to transform BHEL into a high growth globally competitive company; and to provide support to other CPSEs in order to improve their overall performance.



Objectives :

1 Promote growth and development of the Auto Sector
2 Promote growth and development of the Heavy Electrical Sector
3 Promote growth and development of the Capital Goods Sector
4 Support Skill Development
5 Support BHEL to achieve sustained high growth and become globally competitive
6 Support profit making CPSEs (other than BHEL) to attain higher turnover and Profits
7 Restructuring/Revival of sick and loss making CPSEs
8 Support Responsibility Centres (RCs) to improve their performance



Functions: :

1.To support, strengthen and assist PSEs with a view to attaining consistently high growth in turnover, increase in aggregate profits of profit making PSEs and reduce aggregate losses of loss making PSEs.


2.To encourage, explore all possible viable options and undertake restructuring and revival of sick/ loss making PSEs under DHI, through a comprehensive revival business plan which may also include synergic collaboration or merger of sick companies with profitable PSE, induction of joint venture strategic

venture partner, failing which closure of such companies that cannot be revived.

3.Formulate and undertake initiatives, schemes, projects, policies to facilitate R&D, encourage international cooperation, create required mechanisms and project critical industry sectoral requirements relating to National policy modulation in the areas of trade, taxation,environment, manufacturing, emissions and safety (auto section) along with providing inputs for formulating the GoI stand in International multilateral fora like WP-29, WTO, etc., bilateral co-operations and agreements like FTA, ICFPA, etc.

4.To implement the department's flagship project, National Automotive Testing R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRiP) across the country for(i) Creating core global competencies in automotive sector in India, (ii) Enhancing competitive skills for product development for deepening of automotive manufacturing in the country, (iii) Synergising India's unique capabilities in Information Technology with the automotive sector and (iv) Facilitating seamless integration of Indian automotive industry with the world to put India strongly on the global automotive map.

5.To implement the Automotive Mission Plan 2006-16, which lays down the joint vision of Industry and the Government for the automotive industry in 2016,

which is to emerge as the destination of choice in the world for design and manufacture of automobiles and auto components with output reaching a level of US$ 145 Billion accounting for more than 10% of the GDP and providing additional employment to 25 million by 2016.

6.To administer and support BHEL, a Maharatna PSE, with a view to transform it into a leading global manufacturer of power generating equipment and energy solutions so as to bridge the power infrastructure gap in the country and to transform BHEL into a globally competitive company through consistent high growth in turnover, profits, net worth, order book position, exports, manpower development and investments in latest technologies.

7.To provide financial support to PSEs for (i) funding their VRS/VSS, (ii) investment needs for implementation of restructuring plans of sick/loss making PSEs as sanctioned by the Government/BIFR; and (iii) loan for payment of salary, wage and statutory dues to sick/PSEs.

8.Support and implement good corporate governance and efficient functioning of PSEs under DHI through enforcement of DPE, GoI guidelines, signing of MOUs with PSE's with a view to accord greater functional autonomy, periodic review of PSE

performance,appointment of Directors (Functional as well as Part-time non-official) on the Boards of PSEs under DHI and through participation of department's officers in the Boards of the PSEs as Government nominees.

9.To administer, support the growth and development of Fluid Control Research Institute (FCRI) and Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) which are leading organisations under DHI in the area of flow measurement and automotive testing & R&D respectively.

10.Striving for growth of Industry's sectors allotted to DHI and for this purpose, to constitute and hold regular meetings of the various constituted Inter Ministerial Groups and the Development Councils under DHI in the area of Automotive & Allied Industries, Machine Tools, Heavy Electrical & Allied Industries. Textile Machinery Industry and the various sub groups of these councils.

11.To formulate and review the Demand for Grant of the Department, respond to audit observations/VIP references, monitor cases under litigation, vigilance administration of Department & PSEs, administrative tasks.

Chapter II


Achievements made in past seven months


Scheme on Enhancement of Global Competitiveness of Indian Capital Goods Sector

(Scheme notified on 5.11.2014)



1.1 The objective of the "Scheme for Enhancement of Competitiveness of the Capital Goods Sector" intended to boost the Indian economy, as this scheme upon implementation would attempt to make the Indian Capital Goods Sector globally competitive by addressing the issues of technological depth creation in the capital goods sector besides creating common industrial facility centres.




i) Advanced Centres of Excellence for R & D and Technology Development with National Centres of Excellence in Education and Technology such as Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB), Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM), Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT Kgp) and Central


Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bangalore.

ii) Integrated Industrial Infrastructure Facilities

iii) a) Common Engineering Facility Centres
    b) Test & Certification Centre

iv) Technology Acquisition Fund Programme



3.1 The Scheme envisages financial assistance to new and existing institutions for setting up and strengthening the technology development and common manufacturing / services infrastructure.


3.2 The overarching objective is to make the domestic Capital Goods Sector globally competitive.

3.3 The present structure of the Indian Capital Goods sector started to take shape in the hands of private techno-entrepreneurs after liberalization of 1991. However, size of the units being small, they could not keep pace with the technology modernization.

3.4 National priorities with sectors like textiles, highways, steel, fertilizers etc. and external trade relations resulted in a regime of free and cheap imports of capital goods.

3.5 This blocked modernization, capacity addition and new investment & technology induction of Capital Goods Sector.

3.6 India became the world's top market for Capital Goods with unique feature of access to second hand capital goods.

3.7 Manufacturers of Capital Goods elsewhere preferred export to India being more profitable, rather than making investments in India. They did not transfer their technologies to India. Import of Second hand capital goods in India made the situation more difficult for Indian manufacturers of Capital Goods.

3.8 Facing similar situation of technology denial by EU, USA and Japan, few years back China, Taiwan and South Korea embarked upon huge national programmes for machine building based on creation of local technology development capabilities. They started with localization of machine and component manufacture. Then they upgraded to development of own technology and products. Today they are major exporters of Capital Goods.

3.9 The proposal is the first step and is in coordination with objectives of the National Manufacturing Plan to increase "depth in manufacturing through innovation and development of technology".

3.10 These Product and Technology Development Centres (PTDCs) can be created in a number of ways e.g through establishing Advanced Centres of Excellences for integrated technology development for identified Sub- sectors in places such as IITs/ NITs and similar Institutions, alone or in consortium with user industry and other Technology Institutions abroad such as Fraunhofer Institutes of Germany, University of Aachen, Tokyo University, MIT etc. These Centres will develop technologies through:-

⇒ In consortium with users/industry, other stakeholders and knowledge providers,
⇒ Sponsored projects in India and abroad ( part),
⇒ Contractual R & D and Technology Deployment,
⇒ Purchase or licensing of IPR/ technology for further development/ indigenization,
⇒ Hiring or contracting experts from industry in the Centres at the institutes,
⇒ Sponsored scholars / Students projects,
⇒ Technology problem solving for SMEs,
⇒ Providing Technical Consultancy to a unit or group of units,
⇒ International or bilateral technology development,
⇒ Other methods considered by the Joint Steering Mechanisms.

It is expected that a number of technology gaps would be filled using indigenous efforts for technology development, particularly in the field where India has restricted approach to technology transfer.

3.11 The second type of facilities is Common Industrial Facilities that includes Integrated Industrial Infrastructure Centre (IIIC), Common Engineering Facility Centres (CEFC) & Test & Certification Centre for Earthmoving (Construction & Mining) Machinery.




4.1 The Screening Committee will endeavor to plan, design and implement an online system to receive process, approve and monitor the proposals under the scheme.

4.2 The applications in the form (as prescribed by the Screening Committee) along with DPR for the facility proposed under the scheme shall be submitted to the Under Secretary (HE&MT) in DHI.

4.3 DHI (HE&MT) shall process the applications within one month for their completeness and submit them to the Screening Committee for consideration.

4.4 The Screening Committee shall examine all the proposals received under the scheme and submit its recommendations within a month to the Apex Committee in agenda form.

4.5 The Committee may choose to hold consultations with the applicants, before coming to a decision. The applicant may be given chance to make presentation of his proposal to the Apex Committee subject to its convenience.

4.6 The decision of the Apex Committee shall be conveyed soon after.

4.7 The release will start after completing the initial conditions specified in the approval.

4.8 It will be the endeavor of the Department to communicate the decision within three months from receiving the completed application.

4.9 Approval letters will be self contained and explicit. Standard formats with elaborate Terms & Conditions may be developed.

4.10 They will contain measurable milestones and clear instructions for monitoring and closure.

4.11 The Applicant will be required to express its acceptance, which will be legally binding on it


4.12 The applicant will be obliged to provide third party analysis of impact and benefit of Government grants at the end of the project with the closure report.

5. Detailed notification has been posted on the website of Department of Heavy Industry at URL:http://dhi.nic.in

Electric Mobility

A Scheme for Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in India, under the National Electric Mobility Mission 2020 has been were considered by EFC on 19.12.2014. The Mission aims at providing a clean transportation system to the people that is not dependent on gasoline based fossil fuel. The scheme aims to encourage progressive induction of reliable, affordable and efficient electric and hybrid vehicles (xEV) in the country that meet consumer performance and price expectations, through Government - Industry collaboration for promotion and development of indigenous manufacturing capabilities, required infrastructure, consumer awareness and technology; thereby helping India to emerge as a leader in the xEV Two Wheeler and Four Wheeler market in the world by 2020.

The purpose of the scheme is to encourage faster adoption (market creation & related activities), domestic technology development (Research & Development) and manufacturing of full range of cleaner electric vehicle technologies that include mild hybrid, full hybrid vehicles (HEVs), Plug in Hybrids (PHEVs) and Pure Electric Vehicles (PEVs) (collectively termed as xEVs) thereby leading to creation of a strong, globally competitive, viable & self-sustaining

electric vehicle industry and its eco system in India. The Mission plan is for 6-7 million units of new vehicles sales of xEVs, along with resultant fuel savings of 2.2 - 2.5 million tonnes that can be achieved by 2020.

The Mission Plan 2020 envisages demand incentive scheme for faster adoption of Electric Vehicles. An inclusive approach has been proposed in the scheme and all vehicle segments come under the purview of the incentive scheme, along with the complete range of electric and hybrid vehicles (Mild, Strong, Plug-in, PEV variants are covered). The scheme proposes a comprehensive approach which includes providing charging infrastructure, development of indigenous technology, capacity creation and supply side measures to increase confidence and provide greater acceptability for electric car and other vehicles.

Advanced Ultra Super Critical (Adv-USC) Technology for Thermal Power Plants

In pursuit of the Make In India drive launched by the Prime Minister, Deptt. of Heavy Industry and BHEL has proposed the Development of Advanced Ultra Super Critical (Adv-USC) Technology for Thermal Power Plants which will increase fuel efficiency by 45-46% and achieve a reduction in coal consumption and CO2 emission by 11% as compared to the Super-critical Thermal Power Plants. This AUSC technology is in the R&D stage in the European Union, USA, Japan and China and with this two and half year project, at an estimated cost of Rs.1,100 crores, India will emerge as one of the primary developers of this technology. The R&D Project has been approved by the Expenditure Finance Committee and is currently under process of obtaining approval of Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs(CCEA).

Amendment in the guidelines for physically handicapped customers of cars on concessional rate of excise duty

As a part of the Government's resolve to ease administrative procedures and dispense with affidavits where possible, the procedure for issuing excise duty concession certificate to handicapped persons for purchase of cars has been simplified. Pre-requisite of furnishing affidavit has been dispensed with and a mere self-certification by the applicant that he/she had not availed of this concession in the last 5 years and that he will not dispose of the cars with excise duty concession within 5 years of its purchase would suffice.

Chapter III




Punctuality in attendance after installation of Aadhaar Based Attendance System

Department of Heavy Industry has successfully got registered its 169 employees out of a total strength of 176 employees in the attendance.gov.in portal of the Government after completing the necessary formalities like generation of official mail IDs & Aadhaar cards in respect of those not having the same.

Consequent upon introduction of Aadhaar Based Attendance System, the overall attendance of employees have shown a marked improvement. Absence of employees is being monitored with the system and treatment of leave is being done as per CCS (Leave) Rules.

In addition, this Department has also constituted a Committee headed by a Joint Secretary (Admn) & comprising of four (04) other officers for surprise check as regards attendance of employees in sections/units in the Department at any time during office hours.

Observance of "Swachhta Abhiyan" in the Department of Heavy Industry

Consequent upon introduction of "Swachhta Abhiyan" by the Government of India, the Department of Heavy Industry has been continuously maintaining & monitoring cleanliness in the office premises at Udyog Bhawan. In this connection, this Department has prepared a roster of duty for inspecting the cleanliness of all sections / units as well as corridors by the officers of the level of Deputy Secretary/Director on daily basis. Joint Secretary level officers are undertaking surprise checks on fortnight basis.

In addition, a committee headed by an officer of the level of Joint Secretary & comprising of eight (08) other officers of the Department has been constituted for surprise check at any time for ensuring cleanliness in the office.

The Department of Heavy Industry has also earmarked Rs. 50 Lakhs from its budget provision for keeping at the disposal of D/o Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), the Nodal Department in r/o Udyog Bhawan, for improvement & maintenance of cleanliness of office environment in Udyog Bhawan i.e. Common Areas / Corridors in the building, Toilets, Parking, Lawns etc. Out of the aforesaid earmarked fund, this Department

has already released Rs. 22.43 Lakhs to CPWD as desired by the DIPP.

Chapter IV


Achievements by CPSEs under the administrative control of DHI


Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited(BHEL)

Performance Highlights since May 2014:

Order Status:

The total order receipts in the current financial year up-to October 2014 has reached a level of Rs. 15,079 Crs., as against an order book of Rs. 7,437 Crs. up-to October 2013 during last financial year- a rise of 102.8% (Y.o.Y).

This was achieved not only by the company's proactive business focus and diverse portfolio of offerings but also spurred by the positivity in the sentiment prevailing in the environment since May 2014.

Significant Orders Received:

Power Sector:

⇒ BHEL has bagged first ever project of 800 MW rating ordered in the country on EPC basis against International Competitive Bidding (ICB) from Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd (GSECL) for Wanakwari Project.

⇒ The company has secured the major order of

2x660 MW on EPC-cum-Debt Financing basis for Ennore SEZ from Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (TANGEDCO).

Renewable Energy:

⇒ 20 MW Grid connected Solar PV plant at Manamunda site on EPC basis from Green Energy Development Corporation of Odisha Ltd.

Transportation segment:

⇒ 49 sets of single phase Transformer (5400 kVA) & 79 nos. Armature Assembly for Traction motor type HS-15250A from CLW, Chittaranjan.

⇒ 52 nos. Traction Alternator for 3100/3300 HP Loco from Diesel Loco Modernization Works (DMW), Patiala.

⇒ 50 sets of 5400 kVA 1 phase Transformer & 8 sets of 7775 kVA Transformer from CLW, Chittaranjan.

Other Industrial Products/Systems:

⇒ Plant Power Distribution package (33 KV GIS based) on turnkey basis for NMDC's integrated Steel Plant at Nagarnar in Chattisgarh (Significantly, this is the

second package contract for the same Steel Plant. BHEL is already executing a Raw Material Handling package at the Project).

⇒ 7 nos.100 MVA 220 kV System Transformers & 1 no. 315 MVA, 400 kV Auto Transformer from Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation (GETCO).

Project Highlights:

Total Capacity Addition achieved during the year as of November' 14: 2130 MW and another 1990 MW has been synchronized awaiting capacity addition due to completion of activities from Customer-end.

MoUs/ JVs/ Technology tie-ups:

⇒ MOU signed with PT Merlasakti Abadi, Indonesia and PT Feedback Infra, Indonesia for setting up 30-45 MW Solar power plant in Indonesia.

⇒ MoU signed with Telangana State Power Generation Corporation (TS Genco) to establish thermal power plants on EPC basis to generate 6,000 MW of Power in Telangana,

Other Significant Event:

In line with the nationwide launch of the "Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan" on 2nd October, CMD launched a company-wide initiative and administered the cleanliness pledge to employees.


The Company has bagged a prestigious order from Northern Railway, Jammu for the turnkey project of 1 MWp Solar Plant at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Railway Station, J&K. The Power Plant will be installed on roof shelters of platform and its buildings. This step has been taken in the direction to have world class infrastructure at this station as it serves the purpose for the pilgrims to reach holy cave of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi from all parts of the country.

In respect of prestigious order of Rural Development Department of UP for Lohiya Gramin Awas Yojana, the Company provided more than 11500 SPV systems (LED based) for rural housing. After successful execution of SPV Water Pumping project in Rajasthan, REIL also entered in the state of Bihar through BREDA and executed orders for supply and installation of 1800 Wp Solar Water Pumping Systems, and in the state of

Madhya Pradesh, by supply and installation of 3000 Wp and 5000 Wp SPV Submersible Pumps.

The Company has ventured into a new area by undertaking a pilot project of SPV Power Pack to be mounted on roof of a rail coach for Northern Railways. The Company has also received order from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), Jaipur for supply and installation of 100KWp Grid Interactive Power Plant under SECI Roof-top Scheme.

The Company has received major orders for Automatic Milk Collection Unit (AMCU) from milk cooperative unions of Haryana, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharastra, which includes major quantities under National Dairy Plan (NDP). In the state of Jharkhand, dairy operations are restructured in a joint initiative with NDDB. REIL has taken lead and joined hands with Jharkhand State Milk Federation for deployment of Solar Photovoltaic

DPU based MCU. The Company worked in a dynamic mode and acquired a rate-contract, under multi-state initiatives of BANAS Dairy, for deployment of SPV based DPU-MCU for its UP operations.

In the area of Information Technology, the Company has executed an order, for Andaman & Nicobar Islands Integrated Development Corporation Limited (ANIIDCO), Port Blair, and deployed Handheld Computers and desktop PCs along with in-house developed application software for use as Milk Collection Terminals (MCT) and data transfer.

The Company also exported more than 1000 nos. of SPV Systems including Home Lighting Systems & Lanterns, to Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), Norway, during the quarter. These systems are installed by them in remote and far flung villages for upliftment of rural masses.


A new product innovation - GPRS based DPU-MCU - has also been successfully demonstrated in Andhra Pradesh. The product has been designed & developed to meet the requirement of instant data transfer from various milk societies to central locations such as dairy, chilling centers etc. at time of milk collection. It provides ease to the dairy managers to plan optimized and better milk management before actual collection at dairy.

The recently launched low cost solution- Electronic Milk Adulteration Tester (EMAT), to detect harmful adulterants in milk, is first ever supplied to Milk Union(s) of Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Chittorgarh and Principal Investigator RKVY Project, Jaipur, during the quarter. The instrument is simple, economical, reliable and rugged to identify adulterants like Urea, Salt, Soda, Detergent & Liquid Soap in raw milk and is suitable for use at Village Milk Collection Centers, Milk Chilling Centers, Bulk Milk Cooling Centers, Dairy plants

and Testing Laboratories. The first ever Trade mark registration of the Company for this product i.e. Electronic Milk Adulteration Tester (EMAT) is also achieved during the year.

HMT Machine Tools Ltd

HMT Kalamassery unit was awarded the "Import Substitution Award 2014" recently at a function held at NPOL, Kochi for developing and exporting the product "Directing Gear for sonar systems" in record time of nine months first time in India thereby contributing to the realization of the vision of the government for "Make in India" and "Defence Export" in one go.

HMTK is currently working on the development and manufacture of a Directing Gear for the Indian Naval Ship Bhramaputra which is scheduled for delivery in January, 2015. The Directing Gear for INSB is designed with a high natural frequency to minimize interferences with the acoustics signals received by the sonar system compared to imported Directing Gears.


DHI administers 32 operating Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) and 1 non- manufacturing holding company viz. Bharat Bhari Udyog Nigam Limited (BBUNL) .The Department also administers:

a) NATRIP Implementation Society (NATIS), set up in July 2005, for guiding the implementation of the National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRIP),

b) Fluid Control Research Institute (FCRI), Palakkad, Kerala which caters to the needs of the flow industry for calibration,

c) Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), Pune, Maharashtra and

Department of Heavy Industry has also been allocated the following Industrial Sector as subject:

a) Heavy Engineering Equipment and Machine Tools Industry

b) Heavy Electrical Engineering Industry

c) Automotive Sector, including Tractors and Earth Moving Equipment.

Under these sectors there are 19 sub-sectors as detailed below:

i. Boilers

ii. Cement Machinery

iii. Dairy Machinery

iv. Electric Furnace

v. Freight Containers

vi. Material Handling Equipment

vii. Metallurgical Machinery

viii. Mining Machinery

ix. Machine Tools

x. Oil Field Equipment

xi. Printing Machinery

xii. Pulp and Paper Machinery

xiii. Rubber Machinery

xiv. Switchgear and Control Gear

xv. Sugar Machinery

xvi. Turbines & Generator Set

xvii. Transformers

xviii. Textile Machinery

xix. Other Industrial Machinery

On the basis of their work, these 32 CPSEs can be categorized into:


1. Bharat BhariUdyog Nigam Ltd. (BBUNL)

2. Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL)

3. BHEL Electrical Machines Ltd. (BML)

4. Heavy Engineering Corporation Ltd.(HEC)

5. Triveni Stricturals Limited. (TSL)

6. Tungbhadra Steel Products Ltd. (TSPL)


7. Andrew Yule & Company Ltd. (AYCL)

8. Bharat Pumps &CompressorsLtd.(BPCL)

9. Hindustan Cables Ltd. (HCL)

10. HMT(Bearings) Ltd.

11. HMT(Chinar Watches Ltd.)

12. HMT Ltd.

13. HMT(Machine Tools) Ltd.

14. HMT(Watches) Ltd.

15. Instrumentation Ltd. (ILK)

16. Richardson & Cruddas Ltd. (R&C)

17. Scooters India Ltd. (SIL)

18. Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Ltd. (REIL)


19. Cement Corporation of India (CCI)

20. Hindustan Newsprint Ltd. (HNL)

21. Hindustan Paper Corporation (HPC)

22. Hindustan Salts Ltd.(HSL)

23. Hindustan Photo Films Manufacturing Company Ltd.

24. Nagaland Pulp & Paper Company Ltd. (NPPC)

25. NEPA Ltd. (NEPA)

26. Sambhar Salts Ltd. (SSL)

27. Tyre Corporation of India Ltd. (TCIL)

28. Hooghly Printing Company Ltd.



29. HMT(International) Ltd.


30. BBJ Construction Company Ltd. (BBJ)

31. Bridge & Roof (India) Ltd. (B&R)


32. Engineering Projects Ltd. (EPI)

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