BHEL Limited Q4 results show a revenue rise from 5353.94 to 8338.61 crores, a 55.75 increase in growth. EPS also rise from ₹0.12 to ₹1.75, up by 1358.33%.
First, Let’s Begin with Quarter-on-Quarter Basis:
BHEL Ltd. shared its Q4 results on Friday. They earned 8338.61 crores in revenue this quarter, but that’s higher than the 5353.94 crores they made last quarter. The company’s growth increased by 55.75 percent when comparing the two quarters.
In terms of profits, the company’s PAT (Profit After Tax) for this quarter was 611.00 crores, up from 42.28 crores in the previous quarter. Their quarter-to-quarter growth inclined by 88.59 percent.
The company’s EPS (Earnings Per Share) this quarter is ₹1.75, which is an increase of 1358.33% from the ₹0.12 EPS in the previous quarter.
Now, Let’s Analyze the Results on a Year-over-Year Basis:
The company made a total revenue of 23853.57 crores this year (2023), which is 10.61 percent higher than last year’s total revenue of 21565.63 crores.
This year’s PAT (Profit After Tax) is 477.39 crores, which is also 7.03% higher than last year’s PAT of 446.03 crores.
The EPS (Earnings Per Share) for this year is ₹1.37, which is 7.03% more than the EPS of ₹1.28 earned last year.
BHEL Share Dividend Announcement / Record Date:
The Board of Directors has declared a Final Dividend of ₹0.40 per Equity Share of Face Value of ₹2 each of the Company (20% of Face Value). Total Dividend for FY23 stood at ₹0.40 per Equity Share (Interim Dividend of ₹2 per Equity Share)
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The record date for the dividend has not arrived yet.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is the largest government-owned power generation equipment manufacturer in India. Established in 1956, BHEL is a central public sector undertaking under the ownership of the Government of India and operates under the administrative control of the Ministry of Heavy Industries. The company is headquartered in New Delhi.
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