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GE India: Many firsts to its credit
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GE India: Many firsts to its credit

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From setting up the country's first hydropower plant to pioneering the BPO industry, GE India has many firsts to its credit.

Here, a steam turbine at the Triveni manufacturing facility at Peenya, Bangalore.
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GE set up nuclear reactors at Tarapore.
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Banmali Agrawala, GE India's new CEO, says energy and healthcare are the backbone of the company's India growth story.

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The John F. Welch Technology Centre (JFWTC), Bangalore, is GE's first and largest integrated, multidisciplinary research and development center outside the U.S.
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GE has a JV with Triveni for steam turbines.
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GE engines power Indian Airlines and Air India.
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The credit for GE's expansion in India goes to its iconic CEO John F. Welch, popularly known as Jack Welch, who led the company from two decades until 2001.
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GE set up nuclear reactors at Tarapore
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An old Indian diesel locomotive supplied by GE.
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India's first hydro power plant in Karnataka, built by GE in 1902.
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Tejas achieves initial operating clearance with GE F404-GE-IN20 engines.