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S. Sundareshan, Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry visits BHEL Trichy Print E-mail
Written by Krishna Kumar   
Tuesday, 04 October 2011
Tiruchirappalli: The Government would ensure a level playing field so that companies like BHEL continue to contribute to the development of the country. This was disclosed by S. Sundareshan, I.A.S, Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India while addressing senior executives of BHEL here today.

Sundareshan, who was on a day trip to BHEL Tiruchirappalli, reviewed  various projects being executed by BHEL Tiruchirappalli. He assured that the Government will provide all necessary support from all arms of the Government so that BHEL could function efficiently.

He also said that people had a wrong impression that the private sectors were more efficient which is totally untrue, whereas, an institution like BHEL in the public sector would give a run for the money for any sectors.

At the meeting, the secretary also discussed a wide range of issues including BHEL’s plan to meet out the huge power capacity additions with matching capabilities to produce and deliver power plant equipment.

The Technical know-how of Once-through super-critical boiler technology, Research & Development, status of the Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) technology, unique research facilities and BHEL’s commitment to deliver all supplies for all its projects were also discussed.

Earlier, AV Krishnan, Executive Director, BHEL Tiruchirappalli briefed the Secretary about the company’s products and services, unique manufacturing facilities and various other testing facilities during his visit to the works of BHEL Tiruchi.

Sundareshan also visited Arivalayam, a school for the mentally challenged and hearing impaired children at BHEL Tiruchi.

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