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10 Most Reputed Companies in India

By SiliconIndia  |   Wednesday, 27 March 2013, 04:36 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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Bangalore: Ups and downs are inevitable in the corporate world. Success is always a desire for the corporate names and failure is considered to be the worst nightmares.



The success of any corporate name depends on six main factors. They are called the ‘Six Pillars of Corporate Image’.



Nielsen Corporate Image Monitor has provided a full report on the reputation of the 10 best companies in India for the year 2012-13. Here is the detail of that report.



1. Aditya Birla Group (ABG)



Aditya Birla Group topped this list and Kumar Mangalam Birla is the sole reason for this success. It is under Kumar’s leadership, Aditya Birla Group has reached this milestone.



Aditya Birla group has hands over almost every sector; retail, financial, tele-communication, aluminum, insulators, cement, fertilizers, BPO service and many more.



ABG has 136,000 employees at present and it’s headquarter is in Mumbai. Its operational wing is spread out into 33 different countries.



2. Tata Motors



Tata Motors is one of the most popular household names in India. It is also one of the names that dominate the Indian roads. A major portion of the vehicles, running on the Indian roads, are manufactured by Tata Motors.



It is considered to be the second largest bus manufacturer, eighteenth largest motor vehicle manufacturer and the fourth largest truck manufacturer in the world.  



Tata Motor’s quality in production along with customer service has brought this achievement to the company.



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Reader's comments(2)
1: This is an absurd article. HUL has always been a success with or without Harish Manwani and Nitin Paranjpe. Their predecessors did a great job at building a strong foundation on which these guys are still thriving. Moreover HUL is not owned by Unilever . It has 51% stakes whereas Unilever has 49 %
Posted by:simon - 31 Mar, 2013
2: looks like a mistake.. TCS is not included!! and infosys and wipro are there. what a shock.
Posted by:deepak - 29 Mar, 2013
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