Overall growth among CPSEs, shows annual survey

A decreased has been noted in market capitalization of CPSEs by 11.21% (Rs 1,40,975 crore) compared to the previous year, says the CPSE survey

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Jasleen Kaur | February 21, 2014



The overall performance of central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) during 2012-13 has shown an improvement, says the public enterprises survey 2012-13.

The 53rd survey brought out by the department of public enterprises under ministry of heavy industries & public enterprises, on the performance of CPSEs was placed in parliament on Thursday.

According to it, out of 277 CPSEs 229 are in operation as on March 31, 2013. The remaining 48 CPSEs were under construction.

Profit of CPSEs stood at Rs 1,43,559 crore during 2012-13 compared to  Rs 1, 25,929  crore in 2011-12 showing a growth of 14 %. Whereas loss of loss incurring CPSEs stood at Rs 28,260 crore in 2012-13 compared to Rs 27, 683 crore in 2011-12 showing an increase in loss by 2.08 %.

Further total turnover or gross revenue from operation of all CPSEs during 2012-13 stood at  Rs 19,45,777 crore compared to Rs 18,22,049 crore in the previous year showing an increase of  6.79 %

Overall net profit of all operational CPSEs during 2012-13 stood at Rs 1,15,300 crore compared to Rs 98,245 crore during 2011-12 showing an increase of 17.36%.

The report also highlighted that reserves & surplus of all CPSEs went up from Rs 6,23,671 crore in 2011-12 to Rs 6,81,409 cores in 2012-13, showing an increase by 9.26%.

And net worth of all CPSEs went up from Rs 7,87,535 crore in 2011-12 to Rs 8,66,691 crore in 2012-13 registering a growth of 10.05%.

Contribution of CPSEs to central exchequer by way of excise duty, customs duty, corporate tax, interest on central government loans, dividend and other duties and taxes has also shown improvement.  It increased from Rs 1,62,402 crore in 2011-12 to Rs 1,62,761 crore in 2012-13, showing an increase of 0.22%.

CPSEs have also shown growth in earning foreign exchange through exports of goods and services. It has increased from Rs 1,27,880 crore in 2011-12 to Rs 1,38,150 crore in 2012-13,  showing a growth of 8.03%.

A decreased has been noted in market capitalization of CPSEs by 11.21% (Rs 1,40,975 crore) as on March 31,2013 compared to the previous year.

There are 46 CPSEs traded on stock exchanges. Total market capitalization of 45 CPSEs based on stock prices on Mumbai Stock Exchange was Rs 12,57,792 crore.

 

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