Electronics Corporation of India

Electronics Corporation of India Limited
Electronics overview
Website http://www.ecil.co.in

Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL) is a Government of India Enterprise under Department of Atomic Energy (India), established in 1967 by Dr. A. S. Rao at Hyderabad, to create a strong indigenous base in electronics. ECIL is a multi-product, multi disciplinary organisation with focus on indigenous Nuclear energy, space and Defence sectors. ECIL also has a strong presence in indigenous Electronic Security, Communications, Networking and e-governance domains. ECIL has committed partnerships with nuclear energy establishments of India, particularly Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC), Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) and Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR). ECIL also actively supports other strategic sectors such as indigenous Defence (Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO)), Space (Department of Space (India))Civil Aviation, Information and Broadcasting, Telecommunications, Insurance, Banking, Police and Para-military Forces, Oil and Gas, Power, Space Education, Health, Agriculture, Steel and Coal.

ECIL is credited with producing the first indigenous digital computer's TDC 312 and TDC 316, solid state TV, control and instrumentation for nuclear power plants and first earth station antenna of India.

ECIL has won "Environment Protection Award" for the year 2012 in the category "R&D and Other Units Group".

Products

Present product range of ECIL includes:

Financials

The company has a turnover of around 14 billion (US$230 million) and overall profit of around 220 million (US$3.6 million) for the financial year 2010–11.[1]

Human resources

The company has a human resource pool of over 3100 engineers and technicians

References

  1. ^ "ECIL Annual Report 2010-11". ECIL. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 

External links

For more info.

  • ECIL's Official Website

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