The gross power generation of NTPC group for 2017-18 is 294.27 billion units as against 276.77 BU in 2016-17
GN Bureau | May 30, 2018
NTPC Ltd has declared audited annual financial results for 2017-18 FY along with the unaudited financial results for fourth quarter of the said fiscal.
For 2017-18 FY, NTPC’s audited total income is Rs 85,207.95 crore, an increase of 7.39 percent over the previous year audited total income. For the fourth quarter of 2017-18 FY, the unaudited total income is Rs 23,617.83 crore against Rs 20,886.85 crore of the same period in the last fiscal, registering a surge of 13.08 percent.
Audited profit after tax for the last fiscal is Rs 10,343.17 crore as compared to Rs 9,385.26 crore in the previous fiscal, posting a growth of 10.21 percent. For the fourth quarter of 2017-18, unaudited profit after tax is Rs 2,925.59 crore against Rs 2,079.40 crore in the same period of 2016-17.
The gross generation of NTPC group for 2017-18, is 294.27 billion units as against 276.77 BU during the last fiscal.
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