BHEL is abbreviation of Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited. I recently attended the written test held for BHEL at SIET College, Teynampet. There were only 50 positions for electronics engineers and I was stunned to see hundreds of people coming to attend the written test. The written test is for totally 2 hours and 30 minutes and included two sections. You have totally 240 questions to answer within this short duration of time. The paper had two parts the first one was from electronics field covering all the basic concepts on electronics. The second part contained aptitude and English Grammar. For every question there are five choices and there were also negative markings (1/5 for each wrong answer). You must able to plan your time well to answer all the questions. Just skip of the questions that have very long sentences like a paragraph and concentrate on the smaller ones it will save you a lot of time. Please be well prepared about the modulation techniques, digital electronics, microprocessor basics and mathematics. Hope this information is useful to you.