Bharat Sanchar Limited company established by the government of India on date 15 September 2000 by transferring whole work of the Departments of Telecom Services (DTS) and Telecom Operations (DTO) on 1st October 2000.
Public Sector Enterprises commonly known as the PSU (Public Sector Undertakings), these are the government-owned companies which were established with an aim to increase the growth in the core sector of the Indian economy.
Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Limited having the transmission line of 46,217.9 Km which can easily handle the total 21,000MW of Electric power with the help of 660 EHV substations and 16,870 dedicated Employees.
West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company Limited is having more than 1.8 Crore customers across the state. The company not only distributes the electric power supply to customers but also generate the electric power for the people of the state.
The Govt of Punjab divided the Punjab State Electricity board into two entities one is PSPCL which is responsible for power generation and electric supply distribution to the industry, farmers, and households. The 2nd entity was named as Punjab State Transmission corporation limited which is responsible for maintaining the long-distance transmission line in the state.
The Punjab State Power Corporation Limited is an electric power generation and distribution company with an annual turn over from the sale of electric power was Rupees 15344.31 Crores. The company is headed by a Chairman and Managing Director who is supported by the Director Generation, Distribution, Commercial, Finance, and Human Resource.