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By SiliconIndia  |   Wednesday, 27 March 2013, 04:37 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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3. Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC)



This is the first time, public sector units have been included in this survey and LIC tops the public sector. The other public sector unit in this list is State Bank of India.



With more than 115,000 employees, LIC tops this list as the third best reputed company in India. LIC’s Chairman, D K Mehrotra is one of the motivational forces behind this glory.



LIC is the largest insurance company in India with 8 zonal offices and 113 divisional offices.



4. ITC



Last year, ITC was in the eighth position in this list. ITC Chairman, Yogesh Chander Deveshwar’s efforts and business skills has pulled the company four steps ahead.



ITC has it’s headquarter in Kolkata and has more than 29,000 employees. It is a conglomerate company. British American Tobacco owns 25 percent of ITC.



ITC has been extremely successful in expanding its business into fields like paper, packaging, agri products, hotels, consumer goods, etc.



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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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