Is BHEL a multibagger?
Manufacturing is one of the high growth sectors in India.
The multibagger jackpot stock BHEL – Bharat Heavy Electricals is one of the largest engineering and manufacturing enterprise in India and contributing hugely to Indian economy and ‘Make in India’ campaign.
Is BHEL a loss?
The consolidated net loss of the company was at Rs 218.93 crore in the quarter ended June 30, 2019, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) said in a regulatory filing. According to the statement, total income of the company stood at Rs 2,086.43 crore in the June quarter this year.
Is Bhel a Good Investment?
Emkay Global has given a buy rating to Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) with a target price of Rs 37 over 12 months. … In the brokerage view, this could be a win-win situation for both the foreign company and BHEL.
Why is BHEL stock falling?
NEW DELHI: Shares of BHEL plummeted 10 per cent in Tuesday’s trade after foreign brokerage Citi downgraded the stock to ‘sell’ from ‘neutral’, citing the recent rally on the counter. The stock fell 9.51 per cent to hit a low of Rs 38.50 on BSE.
How many BHEL are there in India?
It has a network of 17 manufacturing units, 2 repair units, 4 regional offices, 8 service centres, 8 overseas offices, 15 regional centres, 7 joint ventures, and infrastructure allowing it to execute more than 150 projects at sites across India and abroad.
Is BHEL being sold?
Union cabinet on Tuesday approved a plan to sell 5 percent of the government’s stake in power gear maker Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) , the government said in a statement. The government will sell 5 % of its 67.7 % holding in BHEL through a follow-on public share offering.
Which PSUs will be Privatised?
Among eleven PSUs in power generation, including NTPC, NHPC and SJVN, a handful can either be privatised or be sold to stronger ones. There were 249 operating Central PSUs as on March 31, 2019.
What is the future of BHEL?
New Delhi: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has declared 2020 as ‘The Year of Transformation’ with the objective of putting the company on the path to becoming a ‘Future-Ready Global Engineering Organisation.
Will NTPC get Privatised?
At present, the Government of India holds 54.5% stakes in NTPC. As an initial step of disinvestment, the Centre plans to reduce its stakes below 51%. … “If the government sells its stakes and brings it below 51%, the management’s control will also be transferred which will lead to total privatisation of NTPC,” he said.
Is ISRO going to be Privatised?
India’s Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will not be privatised according to its Chairman, K Sivan. … Chairman Sivan, in an August 20th webinar, said: “When space sector reforms were announced by the government there were many misconceptions like it would lead to privatisation of ISRO. It is not.
Should PSUs be Privatised?
To make PSUs efficient, there is a need to bring in private management that runs it with the aim of maximizing profit. Thus, privatization is important and disinvestment a second-best alternative that yields revenues for the Centre, but does not improve the condition of the enterprise.