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New Director appointed to Bharat Heavy Electricals Board

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World Coal,


Through his appointment as Director on the Board of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Manoj Kumar Varma (57), has assumed charge as Director (Power) of the Public Sector engineering and manufacturing enterprise.

Prior to this, he was heading the company’s Power Sector - Southern Region (PSSR), Chennai as Executive Director. Significantly, PSSR is executing major power projects in the southern region, contributing substantially to BHEL’s Power Sector business segment.

Varma is a Mechanical Engineering Graduate from SGSITS, Indore and an MBA in Marketing from Bhopal University. He has 35 years of holistic and hands-on experience in the field of energy, industrial systems and infrastructure industries, covering major value chain functions viz. production, commercial management, marketing & business development, contract management, planning & development, information technology and strategic management.

Varma joined the company as an Engineer Trainee at BHEL’s Transformer Plant, Jhansi and subsequently moved to its Heavy Electrical Plant, Bhopal where he worked in various capacities.

Subsequently, he was transferred to the company’s Industry Sector business segment headquarters, New Delhi as General Manager. During his career in BHEL, he has also headed the Ceramic Business Unit of BHEL, Bengaluru with the Electroporcelains Division (EPD, Bengaluru) and Insulator Plant (IP, Jagdishpur) under its ambit.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/mining/28122018/new-director-appointed-to-bharat-heavy-electricals-board/

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