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.
GE set up nuclear reactors at Tarapore.
Banmali Agrawala, GE India's new CEO, says energy and healthcare are the backbone of the company's India growth story.
The John F. Welch Technology Centre (JFWTC), Bangalore, is GE's first and largest integrated, multidisciplinary research and development center outside the U.S.
GE has a JV with Triveni for steam turbines.
GE engines power Indian Airlines and Air India.
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.
GE set up nuclear reactors at Tarapore
An old Indian diesel locomotive supplied by GE.
India's first hydro power plant in Karnataka, built by GE in 1902.
Tejas achieves initial operating clearance with GE F404-GE-IN20 engines.