Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited, a young, vibrant power utility endowed with a potential for power surplus. This website aims to bridge the gap and bring closer interface between the Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited and its Valued Consumers.
Educational Background: BE/ BTECH (Electronics/ ECE/ Electronics & Telecommunications/ Electronics & Instrumentation) from a recognized University.
Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) is the electricity generating company of the Government of Punjab state in India. Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) was a statutory body formed on 1-2-1959 under the Electricity Supply Act.1948. Subsequently with the re-organization of the erstwhile State of Punjab under the Punjab Re-organization Act 1966 this form came into existence w.e.f. 1st May, 1967. Vide Notification No 1/9/08-EB(PR)196,dated-16.04.2010 Govt. of Punjab unbundled Punjab State Electricity Board into two companies: Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd. (POWERCOM); Punjab State Transmission Corporation Ltd. (TRANSCO).
Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited is a registered company under the Companies Act, 1956 was incorporated on 28-7-1999 and is a company wholly owned by the Government of Karnataka with an authorised share capital of Rs. 1455 crores. KPTCL was formed on 1-8-1999 by carving out the Transmission and Distribution functions of the erstwhile Karnataka Electricity Board.
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Education: BE/ BTECH (Electrical/ Civil) from a recognized University.
Bombay was the first British Indian possession, which came as a part of the royal dowry in 1661 to King Charles II of England on his marriage to the Portuguese princess, Infanta Catherine de Braganza. Ironically enough, Bombay also set the stage for the birth of the country's historic freedom movement, as well as for some of its major landmarks, including Gandhiji's 1942 call to the British to "Quit India". It was in Bombay that the Indian National Congress was born in 1885. It led the country's struggle for political independence and indirectly to the liquidation of the British Empire. The name "Bombay" was changed to "Mumbai" by the Corporation Resolution No.512 dated August 12, 1996, Maharashtra Act, XXV of 1996 During the period between the rise and fall of the British Empire, Bombay gradually developed into a town, a city and a metropolis of world renown.