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BSES बिजली बिल कैसे कैलकुलेट करते है, How your BSES Bill is Calculated

आज हम जानेंगे की बिजली बिल कैसे कैलकुलेट करते है और साथ में इसमें प्रयोग किये जाने वाले शब्दों का मतलब क्या होता है और ये क्यों जरुरी है हमारे लिए , Today we will learn that How bses Electricity Bill is Calculated and also the Common terms used on your bses electricity bill.

Electricity consumption is measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh) for domestics consumers and kilovolt-hours (kVh) for commercial and industrial users. The purpose of the consumption charge is to recover the cost incurred by providers to generate and deliver electricity. This charge is based on the number of kWh and kVh consumed during the billing period.

घरेलू उपभोक्ताओं के लिए बिजली की खपत किलोवाट-घंटे (kWh) और वाणिज्यिक और औद्योगिक उपयोगकर्ताओं के लिए किलोवोल्ट-घंटे (kVh) में मापी जाती है। खपत शुल्क का उद्देश्य बिजली पैदा करने और वितरित करने के लिए प्रदाताओं द्वारा की गई लागत की वसूली करना है। यह शुल्क बिलिंग अवधि के दौरान खपत किए गए kWh और kVh की संख्या पर आधारित है।

निचे दिए गए चित्र के कुछ उपयोग में आने वाले जरुरी शब्द जो आपको दैनिक दिनचर्या में काम आते है , Please find basic terms used in below bill which will help you to understand your BSES Bill in better way.
BSES Bill Basic Details

Terms Used on BSES Bill

CA Number : CA Number means Contract Account Number, its the unique 9 digit number for your bses electricity connection, CA Number is used to view bses bill and to pay your bses bill through online bses website or from bses mobile app.

Energisation Date : Energisation date is the date since when your bses connection has been installed.

Name : Name refers to the applicant name on which the bses electricity connection has been released.

Address : Address refers to the address where the bses electricity connection has been installed.

Mobile : Mobile mentioned the registered contact number of the bses connection owner

Email ID : Email ID mentioned the registered Email of the bses connection owner

District / Division : it refers to the area office from which your connection has been released and meter reading and bill has been done. (You can find your division office address at the back or second page of your bses bill copy)

Sanction Load : It refers to the power load which you have taken from bses and the security amount is deposited on based on sanction load.

MDI : MDI stands for Maximum Demand Indicator , its the highest load which is used during the billing period, any highest load which is continuous used above 30 minutes is recorded as the MDI in your bses bill

Meter Type : It show what type of meter has been installed at your premise, there are mainly two types of meter installed, 1PSk – 1 Phase meter & 3PSK – 3 Phase meter.

Meter Reading Status : It shows the meter reading status , DL means Meter Reading has been downloaded, MR means Manual reading bill has been generated & NR means no reading has been taken for that billing period.

Supply Type : It shows which type of power supply is coming at your premise LT stands for Low tension ( Up to 44 kW / kV ) & HT stands for High Tension ( Above 45 kWh / kVh )

Bill Number : Its refers to the unique bill number, every bill has a different bill number mentioned on it.

Bill Basis : It refers to the bill generation type Actual means Downloaded or Manual bill & Provisional means no reading bill

निचे दिए गए चित्र के कुछ उपयोग में आने वाले जरुरी शब्द जो आपको दैनिक दिनचर्या में काम आते है , Please find the bill calculation used in below bill which will help you to understand your BSES Bill tariff and charges.

BSES Bill Calculation

Fixed Charges : Fixed Charges are the fixed month charges which are based on the sanction load allotted to you

PPAC : PPAC Stands for Power Purchase Adjustment Charges, its the difference amount which is being taken for power purchased and being sold to users

Billed Units : It is the units which is billed during the billing cycle (Month)

Unit Rate : Unit Rates are the tariff charges or rates decided by the Regulatory body (DERC)

Surcharge : Surcharge or service charge is 8% on fixed charges and unit charges

Pension Surcharge : It is 5% taken on the Total Amount

Electricity Tax : It is 5 % taken on the total amount

CCTV Units : If Delhi Govt CCTV is installed on your meter then CCTV units will be mention over there and that will deducted from billed units as subsidy given on CCTV by Delhi govt.

WIFI Units : If Delhi Govt WIFI is installed on your meter then WIFI units will be mention over there and that will deducted from billed units as subsidy given on CCTV by Delhi govt.

Street Light Units : If Delhi Govt Street Light is installed on your meter then Street Light units will be mention over there and that will deducted from billed units as subsidy given on Street Light by Delhi govt.

Arrears/Refunds : If last bill is not paid or pending that will be show in arrears field and if excess payment or refund is given that will be show on Refund field as credit amount in bracket

Late Payment Surcharges : It mentions Late payment charges if bill is not paid on time.

Other Charges : It mentions any other charges added on bill (Like Meter Testing, meter cost or any other services cost)

Total Charges Payable : it mention the total amount with any rebate or subsidy discount

Rebate / Subsidy : it mentions subsidy amount given by Delhi govt

Net Amount payable : Its the final to be paid amount

Bill Amount Payable : Its the final to be paid amount

Due Date of Payment : Its the due date by which you can make the payment.

Electricity Bill

What does electricity bill means

The electricity bill is the amount of money you have to pay for the transmitted or delivered electric energy. The terms used on this bill are kilowatt-hour (kWh), kilowatts (kW), ampere (Amps), volt amperes (VA), volt amps amperes of transient reactance (VAr) and amperes of reactive power(ARS).

what are common terms used in the electricity bill

The electricity bill is calculated with the number of units of electricity used. The units are measured in kilowatt hours (kWh). This means that if you use 10 kWh, your bill will be Rs 100.00. There are also common terms like kilo volt amperes (kVA) and mega volt amperes (MVA).

what are the different types of charges in your electricity bill

There are two types of charges in your electricity bill, fixed and variable. Fixed charges refer to the cost of maintaining the line and wires. Variable charges refer to the cost of consuming power, which changes based on how much power you use.

what are the fixed charges in your BSES bill

Fixed Charges: These charges do not change, regardless of the time of day or season of the year. Fixed charges are the minimum amount that you need to pay for electricity even if you don’t use any. The fixed charges are usually calculated on a monthly basis so it can be understood as the minimum amount of electricity you should consume before getting charged. Usually, these charges are Rs 20 /40 / 50 /100 per month for domestic users and Rs 250 / kVA for commercial users, so they won’t affect your bill much unless you barely use any electricity for an entire month.

what are the variable charges in your BSES bill

The variable charges in your bill depend on how much electricity you use and at what time of day

Disclaimer: The information and data are just for reference purposes and Gizalus.com does relate to BSES in any means, the outline of particulars are normal data which could be obtained freely over the various search engines and on the corporate official web site.

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