Indian Oil Corporation Awarded the Heavyweight Maharatna Award by DSIJ PR Newswire NEW DELHI, March 25, 2013 NEW DELHI, March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ), India's No. 1 investment magazine today announces the winners of its 4 ^th Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) Awards 2012; presented to PSUs in recognition of the excellence of performance and their contribution to the Indian economy. The coveted awards were given away by Chief Guest, Mr. Ajit Singh, Honorable Union Minister of Civil Aviation and Guests of Honor Mr. Uma Shankar, Secretary Ministry of Power Government of India. The event also saw attendance of number of CMDs, Directors and top officials of leading PSU's. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130322/604899 ) (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130325/604996 ) Taking a leaf out of the grand success of its first three editions, the fourth edition of the DSIJ PSU award ran into 17 different categories ranging from The Heavyweight Maharatna - Manufacturing, won by IOC; Fastest Growing Maharatna - Manufacturing bagged by BHEL; Most Most Efficient Maharatna - Manufacturing won by NTPC and Mighty Masters - Largest Balance Sheet and Topline - Non Manufacturing Navratna earned by PFC. Aiming to raise the award standards year on year, this year's award also recognizes the contribution of smaller PSUs by dividing the list into three categories. Lauding the efforts of DSIJ for recognizing the talents and merits of PSUs through this award, Mr. Ajit Singh, Minister of Civil Aviation said; "My appreciation extends not just to the winners but the whole PSU fraternity for having played a pivotal role in creating modern India. In fact, I am pretty much amazed and would also like to congratulate Dalal Street Investment Journal for having decided to evaluate and felicitate a section of the Indian economy which is being looked upon by many today as slow moving and hence lacking in contemporary relevance as compared to its modern, lean and agile private sector peers." Speaking on the success of the award ceremony, Mr. Sanjay Padode, Managing Director, DSIJ Private Limited said, "I have always been amazed by the resilience of the The Indian PSUs as they continue to perform and deliver upon their promise of keeping Corporate India amongst the global elite whilst delivering their social obligations. Since Independence till date they have continuously created wealth for the shareholders and value for the society." Drawing from the exhaustive research and findings undertaken by KPMG and the in-house team of DSIJ, these awards reinstate the group's commitment to bring together the best of the talents in the industry and give them their due recognition. Chief Guest Sri Ajit Singh also unveiled an informative, enlightening, and engaging book on "India's Best Public Sector Undertakings", produced by Dalal Street Investment Journal The award ceremony was also attended by Shri B P Rao, CMD BHEL, Satnam Singh, CMD PFC, Sushil Kumar Srivastava, CMD OIL India, Rajeev Sharma, CMD REC, G Srinivasan CMD New India Assurance, Anil K Gupta, CMD Concor, CS Verma, Chairman SAIL, besides hordes of other high officials and dignitaries. While concluding the programme, Mr. P Uma Shankar, Secretary, Ministry of Power, said, "Not only in terms of top line but also in the matter of employment CPSEs play a significant part in the country. In fact total employee strength in CPSEs stood at 13.98 lakh in 2011-12. In the same way the turnover of all 225 operating CPSEs during 2011-12 stood at Rs. 18, 41,927 crore as compared to Rs.14, 98,018 crore in the previous year. The share of earnings through export/deemed export amounted to 6.76 percent of total turnover during the year, and the CPSEs earned foreign exchange equal to Rs. 1, 24,492 crore in 2011-12 as compared to Rs. 91, 774 crore in 2010-11, which is a matter of great pride." The following includes the list of the winners for the DSIJ PSU Awards 2012 Award For 2012 Heavyweight Maharatna - 1 Manufacturing IOC Heavyweight Maharatna - 2 Non Manufacturing ONGC Fastest Growing Navratna - 3 Manufacturing BPCL Fastest Growing Navratna - Non 4 Manufacturing Power Grid Corp Fastest Growing Maharatna - 5 Manufacturing BHEL Most Efficient Navratna 6 - Manufacturing Bharat Electronics Most Efficient Navratna - Non Manufacturing Company (Balance Sheet 7 Size >Rs 25000 Cr NMDC Most Efficient Navratna - Non Manufacturing Company (Balance Sheet 8 Size < Rs25000 Cr OIL India Most Efficient Maharatna - 9 Manufacturing NTPC Most Efficient Maharatna - Non 10 Manufacturing Coal India Most Efficient Public 11 Sector Bank Bank of Baroda Highest Profit Per Employee - Non 12 Manufacturing Miniratna PEC Fastest Growing Operational Metrics - Non Manufacturing 13 Navratna REC Consistent Allround Performance - Non-Banking Financial New India 14 Company Assurance Co Mighty Masters - Largest Balance Sheet and Topline - Non 15 Manufacturing Navratna PFC Most Efficient Non-Manufacturing 16 Miniratna CONCOR Most Efficient and Largest Employer 17 Maharatna SAIL About DSIJ Private Limited: Dalal Street Investment Journal is India's leading wealth creating media brand. 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Indian Oil Corporation Awarded the Heavyweight Maharatna Award by DSIJ
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