Accumulated losses of state power utilities

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Accumulated losses of state power utilities
States SEB /Discom losses (Rs cr) States
SEB /Discom losses (Rs cr)
Accumulated 2010-11 Accumulated 2010-11
J&K NA 1,892 Kerala 6,865 1,934
Mizoram NA 115 Bihar
5,821
NA
Manipur NA 56 West Bengal 4,000 75*
Odisha NA 2,527 Maharashtra 4,000 1,100
UP 42,745 4,294 Haryana 3,820 129
Tamil Nadu 40,183 12,475 Uttarakhand 1,948 204
Rajasthan 37,695 10,470 Karnataka 1,846 621
Andhra Pradesh 25,000 30* Gujarat 1,500 240
MP 11,580 2,246 Assam 1,030 9
Punjab 7,500 1,302 Himachal Pradesh 894 338
Delhi 6,886 3,375 Chhattisgarh  400 343
The accumulated losses of Jaipur, Ajmer and Jodhpur distribution companies (discoms) up to 2010-11 are Rs 11,878.23 crore, Rs 12,735.45 crore and Rs 11,446.71 crore, respectively, The losses of Rajasthan Rajya Vidhyut Prasaran Nigam Ltd and Rajasthan Rajya Vidhut Utpadan Nigam Ltd are Rs 1,634.57 crore and Rs 553.66 crore, respectively.
West Bengal had a net profit of Rs 75 crore and Andhra Pradesh a net profit of Rs 30 crore; Compiled by BS Reporters; Source: Discoms, state officials                                                                         Figures for Andhra Pradesh are for FY 2011-12

Source: Business Standard

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