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leader. There are approximately about 30,000 BHEL make HT machines all across the country in various industries and power plants. Since nineties, BHEL has been adding about 1000 HT machines per year to this population of machines. In 1956 India took a major step towards the establishment of its heavy engineering industry when Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., (BHEL) setup at Bhopal. It progressed rapidly and three more factories went into production in 1965. The main aim of establishing BHEL was to meet the growing power requirement of the country. BHEL appeared on the power map of India in 1969 when the first unit supplied by it was commissioned at the Basin Bridge Thermal Power Station in Tamilnadu. Within a decade, BHEL had commissioned the 100th unit at Santaldih, West Bengal.