Top 100 Companies in India [2021]

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Top 100 Companies in India

Here is the full list of Top 100 Companies of India that is listed in Stock market like NSE and BSE. Few of them are even listed in US market too. India today is steadily progressing from being a developing country towards a developed one. It’s among the new group of nations that are fast progressing economically. Many Indian companies have stepped beyond the shores of the homeland and created a sizeable presence abroad. From creating millions of jobs to contributing billions of rupees in revenue to the government of India, these companies form the backbone of our nation’s economy and the driver of India’s progress vehicle.

A humongous number of companies operate in the Indian market, from multinationals to state-level ones. Together, their net worth is valued at thousands of billions of rupees. Amongst the hundreds of thousands of companies that operate in India.

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Here is the list of Top 100 Companies in India as on 2021:

Reliance

India’s largest private sector company; a Fortune 500 company; owner of one of the largest refineries in the world; adjectives run out for describing Reliance Industries Ltd. Established by the visionary (Late) Dhirubhai Ambani and now helmed by his able son Mukesh, the company has been consistently crossing one milestone after another and setting examples in every sphere of business.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 1,254,570.44
  • Book Value (Rs): 679.38
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 213,130.24

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 39,773.00
  • MAR 19: 39,734.00
  • MAR 18: 36,021.00
  • MAR 17: 29,941.00

TCS

Part of the globally-renowned and respected Tata Group, TCS is among the global leaders in IT and ITES – with more than 450,000 employees across 46 countries, belonging to almost 150 nationalities. The company provides simple solutions for complex digital problems of customers – thereby strengthening and transforming the latter’s business. The TCS expertise spreads across more than 10 types of industries.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 1,023,481.69
  • Book Value (Rs): N/A
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: N/A
  • MAR 19: N/A
  • MAR 18: N/A
  • MAR 17: N/A

HDFC Bank

Among the leading private sector banks of India, HDFC Bank was among the first of its kind to obtain a license from the RBI to set up a private sector bank, almost 25 years ago. Today, with more than 5,400 branches and 15,000+ ATMs across 2,800+ locations pan-India, it is a name to reckon with in the Indian corporate sector. Consistently lauded for being employee-friendly and non-reckless in its growth path, HDFC Bank provides the entire gamut of banking services for every category of customer.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 762,747.36
  • Book Value (Rs): 310.52
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 171,212.91

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 27,296.27
  • MAR 19: 22,445.61
  • MAR 18: 18,560.84
  • MAR 17: 15,287.40

HUL

HUL is counted among the  India’s largest FMCG company with an 80+ year old heritage. It is a powerhouse in its sector in the country, where almost every household uses more than one HUL product during the course of the day. The company has 35 brands, spanning across more than 20 categories like soaps, toothpaste, shampoos, skincare products, packaged food, tea, and coffee – to name a few. HUL is a subsidiary of the global FMCG giant Unilever that has a presence in more than 190 countries globally.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 514,118.15
  • Book Value (Rs): 34.26
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 101,037.75

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 6,756.00
  • MAR 19: 6,060.00
  • MAR 18:5,227.00
  • MAR 17: 4,490.00

Infosys

Infosys holds a leadership position globally in the realm digital services and IT consulting. With almost 40 years of experience behind it, the company is present in almost 50 countries. It empowers clients globally with agile digital tools that help them to scale newer business heights. The company’s reliability is underscored by the fact that 98% of its business is repeat business!

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 483,304.06
  • Book Value (Rs): 146.11
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 149,970.82

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 2020: 16,639.00
  • MAR 2019: 15,410.00
  • MAR 2018:16,100.00
  • MAR 2017: 14,383.00

HDFC

HDFC was among the pioneers of housing finance in the country. It all began in 1977. Till 2020, it has financed close to 8 million housing units of varied sizes. Its gross loans have crossed the INR 5 trillion mark. With trust, integrity, transparency, and professional service as its core values, the company continues to dominate the housing finance sector in the country while maintaining low NPAs.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 404,193.54
  • Book Value (Rs): 534.37
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 64,205.69

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 17,080.37
  • MAR 19: 10,190.69
  • MAR 18:7,174.85
  • MAR 17: 8,628.76

Kotak Mahindra

Kotak Mahindra Finance started its journey in 1985. From there, it has become a leading player in India’s banking sector. In fact, Kotak Mahindra Finance Ltd was the first Non-banking Finance Company (NBFC) to become a bank. As far as market capitalization is concerned, it is India’s 2nd largest private sector bank, with 1600+ branches. It acquired ING Vysya Bank in 2015. With the MD & CEO, MrUday Kotak, leading from the front, it’s only growth that lies ahead of the company.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 365,517.83
  • Book Value (Rs): N/A
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Crores): 26929.61

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 8163.34
  • MAR 19: 5827.72
  • MAR 18:5024.25
  • MAR 17: 4248.24

ICICI Bank

Promoted in 1994, ICICI Bank is another leading private sector bank in India. Its total assets are almost INR 15 trillion. It has more than 5,000 branches. The multi-award winner bank is synonymous with aggressive growth strategies and a wide range of banking solutions for both domestic & NRI customers.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 346,497.75
  • Book Value (Rs): 186.06
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 226,238.03

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 11,225.47
  • MAR 19: 5,689.16
  • MAR 18:9,099.54
  • MAR 17: 11,340.33

Bharti Airtel

The Indian multinational Bharti Airtel brought sweeping changes in the Indian telecom sector, improving the service levels by several notches and making the other players do so as well. With operations across 18 countries, the company provides the entire spectrum of telephone and broadband services. With almost 440 million subscribers, it is the 4th largest mobile network operator in the world.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 269,449.98
  • Book Value (Rs): 185.27
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 237,730.88

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -31,316.60
  • MAR 19: 1,331.90
  • MAR 18:1,122.60
  • MAR 17: 3,196.50

Bajaj Finance

Bajaj Finance is among India’s largest NBFCs in the consumer finance segment. It pioneered the concept of interest-free EMI options that revolutionized the way consumers bought white and brown goods. The company also operates in the commercial and rural lending sectors. Today, Bajaj Finance is proud to be the most diversified NBFC in India.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 293,758.31
  • Book Value (Rs): 527.95
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 211,166.44

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 5,263.75
  • MAR 19: 3,994.99
  • MAR 18:2,674.11
  • MAR 17: 1,836.38

HCL Tech

When you have 250 companies from the Fortune 500 and 650 companies from the Global 2000 lists as your customers, then you must be a “somebody.” HCL Tech is this “somebody.” This next-gen global technology major provides real-time solutions for companies’ business and digital problems across industries in more than 55 countries of the world. The company has 3 dedicated business units:

  • IT and Business Services (ITBS),
  • Engineering and R&D Services (ERS), and
  • Products and Platforms (P&P).

Here is the quick overview of HCL Tech company:

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 233,049.56
  • Book Value (Rs): 137.44
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 46,483.94

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 11,057.00
  • MAR 19: 10,120.00
  • MAR 18:8,709.00
  • MAR 17: 8,604.00

Asian Paints

From a small beginning in 1942, Asian Paints has become a behemoth today in the Indian paints sector. The Indian MNC comes with a huge range of paints for domestic and industrial uses, along with wall coverings, adhesives, home improvement & décor items, sanitizers, and surface disinfectants. Countless customers in over 60 nations of the world continue to get the best of paints and related services from Asian Paints.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 233,924.36
  • Book Value (Rs): 98.55
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 57,145.57

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 2,723.45
  • MAR 19: 2,167.31
  • MAR 18:2,051.73
  • MAR 17: 1,966.64

ITC

The Indian MNC ITC Ltd is among India’s top private sector companies, with gross sales in excess of INR 76,000 crores. Initially a top cigarette manufacturer, ITC has successfully diversified into hospitality, clothing, FMCG, and agri-business. The value chains created by ITC ensure the livelihood of more than 6 million people across rural India. The green initiatives of ITC have seen to it that 41% of its total energy is renewable.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 243,824.30
  • Book Value (Rs): 50.39
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 54,289.00

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 15,584.56
  • MAR 19: 12,824.20
  • MAR 18:11,485.10
  • MAR 17: 10,471.26

Maruti Suzuki

The “everyman’s” car, Maruti Suzuki is a joint venture between MarutiUdyog Ltd & Suzuki of Japan. It revolutionized the passenger car sector in India, and now controls more than 50% of the market. Affordable rates, friendly features, and cheap and easily-available spare parts are some of the reasons why the company’s cars have endeared themselves to the Indian customers.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 235,681.35
  • Book Value (Rs): 1603.45
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 140,310.62

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 5,559.20
  • MAR 19: 7,494.90
  • MAR 18:7,717.40
  • MAR 17: 7,338.20

Wipro

Wipro is among the doyens of the IT revolution in India. It holds a global leadership position in the domains of information technology, consulting and business process services. The company is at the forefront of harnessing the powers of robotics, data analytics, cloud computing, and cognitive computing to provide seamless solutions to its customers across 6 continents, through its 180,000+ employees.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 206,180.82
  • Book Value (Rs): 81.28
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 46,187.43

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 9,768.90
  • MAR 19: 9,022.20
  • MAR 18:8,002.00
  • MAR 17: 8,517.90

State Bank of India

The erstwhile Imperial Bank became State Bank of India (SBI) after India’s independence. Since then, it has been among the premier banks in India across both public and private sectors. With branches covering almost the entire country and also a considerable presence abroad, SBI continues to reach new heights in banking excellence.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 235,118.89
  • Book Value (Rs): 233.34
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 250,433.63

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 18,176.83
  • MAR 19: 2,602.59
  • MAR 18:-4,187.41
  • MAR 17: -390.67

Axis Bank

India’s 3rd largest private sector bank, Axis Bank operates across the domains of wholesale, retail, MSME, agro, and large corporate banking. There are more than 4,500 branches of the bank, with 11 international offices. It was one of the earliest private sector banks in India, beginning operations in 1994 (then known as UTI Bank). Consistent growth has been the hallmark of the bank with CAGR of more than 10% on an average.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 188,106.53
  • Book Value (Rs): 310.22
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 139,816.47

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,878.75
  • MAR 19: 5,047.09
  • MAR 18:464.02
  • MAR 17: 3,967.03

Nestle

The Indian subsidiary of Nestle S.A. of Switzerland has been providing Indian consumers with products of global standards for a long time. With 8 factories in the country, Nestle India has been uncompromising in its pursuit of honesty, integrity, and fairness in all its dealings with customers and other stakeholders. The company plays a dominant role in the product categories of breakfast cereals, confectionary, dairy, and other food items.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 171,869.69
  • Book Value (Rs): 200.41
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 19,704.35

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,969.55
  • MAR 19: 1,606.93
  • MAR 18:1,225.19
  • MAR 17: 926.54

Avenue Supermarts Ltd.

Started by Mr. Radhakishan Damani in 2002, Avenue Supermarts Ltd (ASL) today has a well-entrenched presence across 216 locations, spread over a considerable part of western, northern, and southern India. It’s a one-stop hypermarket for products ranging from foodstuff, beauty products, garments, home appliances, and much more. The company has a mission to be the lowest-priced retailer in the regions where it is present and is eyeing the rest of the country, too.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 158,189.82
  • Book Value (Rs): 171.90
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,300.98
  • MAR 19: 902.46
  • MAR 18:787.80
  • MAR 17: 491.72

Adani Green Energy Ltd.

Also known as AGEL is among the India’s leading renewable energy company that is also listed in NSE. Its current project portfolio is close to 14,000 MW. The company’s mission is to spread the generation of clean & green power across the country – leading towards a more hospitable future. The company owns, operates, and maintains its solar and wind farm projects, and supplies the energy to central and state government organizations. The company’s asset base is almost $2 billion.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 176,608.49
  • Book Value (Rs): 9.20
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -61.28
  • MAR 19: -471.49
  • MAR 18:-137.48
  • MAR 17: -46.23 

Larsen & Toubro Ltd.

Larsen & Toubro Limited is among India’s largest private sector companies, and also widely respected. For over 80 years, L&T has been synonymous with providing unmatched service related to technology, engineering, manufacturing, and construction. The company’s customer base is spread across 30 countries, spanning industries like power, defense, heavy engineering, shipbuilding, and much more.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 161,384.20
  • Book Value (Rs): 370.84
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 87,214.13

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 10,822.32
  • MAR 19: 10,237.58
  • MAR 18:8,440.29
  • MAR 17: 6,880.77

UltraTech Cement Ltd.

UltraTech Cement is the India’s largest manufacturer company from this indusry. It is also among the top 5 cement producers globally. Sustainability, innovation, and customer-centricity are what drives the company. The company has 23 plants in India, and its operations are spread across India, Bahrain, the UAE, and Sri Lanka.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 146,999.89
  • Book Value (Rs): 1325.58
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 141,347.45

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 5,811.69
  • MAR 19: 2,399.84
  • MAR 18:2,224.59
  • MAR 17: 2,713.49

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.

Established in 1983 with 5 products and 2 marketing staff, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. has a sales network spanning a large number of countries and manufacturing in 26 locations globally. It acquired Ranbaxy in 2013 and became the world’s 5th largest generic pharma company. Over 72% of its sales come from outside India, mainly from the US. The US is the single largest market for the company.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 136,486.17
  • Book Value (Rs): 101.68
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 117,881.52

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 4,186.79
  • MAR 19: 3,209.32
  • MAR 18:2,633.79
  • MAR 17: 7,836.30

HDFC Life

Part of the HDFC Group, HDFC Life is a premier life insurance company in India. The company offer a wide range of services like pension, savings & investment, health, and women’s and child plans. With new business sum assured of INR 911,000 crore+ and AUM of INR 127,000 crore + in 2019-20, the company is steadily rising up the chart through its network of more than 400 branches across the country, with an international office in Dubai.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 129,952.24
  • Book Value (Rs): 33.64
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 42,851.61

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,297.44
  • MAR 19: 1,277.93
  • MAR 18:1,107.20
  • MAR 17: 886.92

Titan Company Ltd.

A joint venture of the Tata Group and the Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO), Titan Watches began production in 1984. Today, Titan Watches is the world’s 5th largest integrated own brand watch manufacturer. It has completely transformed the watches market in the country and has penetrated into multiple untapped segments. With a presence in every price category, Titan effectively plays the dominant role in its segment.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 127,610.38
  • Book Value (Rs): 76.88
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 38,578.43

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,496.69
  • MAR 19: 1,390.81
  • MAR 18:1,104.68
  • MAR 17: 699.05

Bajaj Finserv

Part of Bajaj Holdings & Investments Limited, Bajaj Finserv is a premier financial services company in India. It deals in lending, asset management, insurance, and wealth management. The company is present in more than 1400 locations and is a leading player in the consumer finance division in India.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 143,999.49
  • Book Value (Rs): 222.16
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 90,708.31

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 5,992.94
  • MAR 19: 5,372.49
  • MAR 18:4,175.06
  • MAR 17: 3,449.71

Hind Zinc

A part of the renowned Vedanta Group, Hindustan Zinc Ltd (HZL) is India’s largest and the world’s 2nd largest zinc mining company. The company has a reserve base of almost 115 million MT and mineral resources of close to 300 million MT. and with an annual capacity of 800 MT, HZL is the world’s 6th largest silver producer. With a strong base of corporate governance and a work culture based on excellence, trust, and innovation, HZL keeps scaling new heights.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 101,935.82
  • Book Value (Rs): 95.40
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 6,805.00
  • MAR 19: 7,956.00
  • MAR 18:9,276.00
  • MAR 17: 8,316.00

Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.

This “Maharatna” Public Sector Enterprise is the largest Electric Power Transmission Utility of India and has been regularly receiving “excellent” ranking since 1993-94, under the Memorandum of Understanding with Ministry of Power. The company has 250+ sub-stations and a transmission capacity of more than 420,000 MVA. Power Grid’s global consultancy footprint spans more than 20 countries. Its all-India inter-regional capacity is 103,550 MW.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 101,675.94
  • Book Value (Rs): 123.17
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 15,753.29

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 10,904.27
  • MAR 19: 9,904.70
  • MAR 18:8,056.06
  • MAR 17: 7,450.73

Dabur

Dabur is an is among the top 5 FMCG companies in India. With a legacy of 130+ years, Dabur is a highly respected brand in the country and is the largest ayurvedic and natural health care company globally. The company has more than 250 variants of ayurvedic products in its portfolio. It has 5 distinct FMCG product categories – natural healthcare products, premium personal care, digestives, fruit juices, and skincare products. Its distribution network includes almost 7 million retail outlets.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 88,812.88
  • Book Value (Rs): 25.35
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 22,850.42

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,447.93
  • MAR 19: 1,445.29
  • MAR 18:1,357.50
  • MAR 17: 1,280.06

Divis Labs

Established almost 30 years ago, Divi’s is among India’s top pharma companies. It is a leading manufacturer of APIs(Active Pharmaceuticals Ingredients), with its products reaching almost 100 countries globally. It has 2 global-level manufacturing units with over 350 scientists working tirelessly to develop more improved products, supported by 1700 Quality Assurance and Quality Control employees.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 98,524.68
  • Book Value (Rs): 275.61
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 39,908.98

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,376.54
  • MAR 19: 1,352.74
  • MAR 18:877.01
  • MAR 17: 1,060.42

NTPC

India’s largest power conglomerate NTPC started its journey in 1975 to provide a thrust to India’s power generation capabilities. Ever since then, it has played a dominant role in the power generation domain of the country, providing consistent value-added service. In keeping with the need of the day, NTPC has made major forays into non-fossil fuel power generation, thereby contributing to reducing the carbon footprint. It has also diversified into power trading and rural electrification.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 97,510.86
  • Book Value (Rs): 114.78
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 25,076.33

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 11,496.58
  • MAR 19: 13,362.32
  • MAR 18:10,056.45
  • MAR 17: 10,089.23

Bajaj Auto

Part of the famed Bajaj Group, the Bajaj Auto is counted among the world’s 3rd largest motorcycle manufacturer. In its 75th year now, the company is present in more than 50 countries, selling a wide range of 2 and 3 wheelers for every price segment. Its Pulsar range of motorcycles revolutionized the bike sector in India upon its launch in 2005.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 95,848.48
  • Book Value (Rs): 688.59
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 22,952.81

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 4,890.40
  • MAR 19: 4,577.85
  • MAR 18:3,931.33
  • MAR 17: 3,824.86

ONGC

The Maharatna ONGC is the Govt of India undertaking crude oil and natural gas company. It contributes close to 75% of the country’s production. ONGC is ranked 11th among global energy giants. The company is self-sufficient in every area exploration and production of oil and natural gas. It is also engaged in exploration in 17 countries worldwide through its overseas arm, ONGC Videsh.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 113,033.81
  • Book Value (Rs): 154.48
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 31,780.46

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 10,505.73
  • MAR 19: 30,458.67
  • MAR 18:23,354.85
  • MAR 17: 26,359.13

Britannia            

With a century-old legacy behind it, Britannia Industries is among India’s largest food companies. Trusted by millions for its uncompromising stand on healthy and quality food, Britannia manufactures a range of products like biscuits, cakes, bread, and dairy products. It reaches over 50% of Indian homes through some food item or the other. Some of its brands like Good Day, Marie, Milk Bikis, etc. have become household names. It is also the largest organized bread manufacturer.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 87,872.37
  • Book Value (Rs): 177.47
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 19,386.20

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,393.16
  • MAR 19: 1,156.43
  • MAR 18:1,004.14
  • MAR 17: 884.33

Tech Mahindra

The Indian multinational Tech Mahindra is a technology major, with interests in IT and BPO services. The company is present in 90 countries with an employee strength of more than 120,000. Its customer base of close to 1,000 includes several Fortune 500 entities. The company’s next-gen digital & IT solutions empower companies across sectors to spearhead their business growth.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 89,228.45
  • Book Value (Rs): 230.31
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 53,692.83

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 3,902.90
  • MAR 19: 4,354.30
  • MAR 18:3,786.10
  • MAR 17: 2,853.20

DrReddys Laboratories Ltd.

Dr Reddy’s Laboratories (DRL) is an Indian pharma MNC. Its product bouquet includes close to 200 medications, diagnostic kits, biotech products, and critical care. The company also has a substantial global presence, spanning almost every continent, including manufacturing facilities there. Heavy investment in R & D ensures that the company always delivers the most effective medicines for its customers.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 81,601.04
  • Book Value (Rs): 913.61
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 81,023.39

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,969.90
  • MAR 19: 1,906.20
  • MAR 18:912.40
  • MAR 17: 1,257.20

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.

India’s best performing Maharatna PSU also finds a place in the Fortune 500. It’s a conglomerate, engaged in oil exploration, refining, and also marketing. It operates 4 refineries across India. It has also set up a biofuel refinery in Odisha. Its range of products includes petrol, diesel, CNG, LPG, and lubricants.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 85,067.25
  • Book Value (Rs): 154.05
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 40,535.50

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 2,265.11
  • MAR 19: 7,590.53
  • MAR 18:8,503.03
  • MAR 17: 8,563.58

SBI Life Insurance

Among India’s most trusted life insurance companies, SBI Life Insurance was established in 2000. It’s part of the SBI Group. Its wide variety of life, health, savings, and pension plans cater to millions of Indians across the country. Hassle-free claim settlement and highest standards of ethics are the hallmarks of the company. With 28,000 partner branches, 150,000+ agents, and 15 bank assurance partners, SBI Life is right beside you when you need it.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 86,259.24
  • Book Value (Rs): 87.43
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 18,827.78

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,119.02
  • MAR 19: 924.79
  • MAR 18:961.50
  • MAR 17: 857.92

PidiliteInd

Through its adhesive Fevicol, Pidilite has been present in Indian homes for a long time. The quality and innovation-driven company serves both domestic and industrial sectors with its adhesives, sealants, construction chemicals, industrial resins, polymers, and more. The company has a robust distribution network, enabling its products to reach every corner of the country.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 81,658.79
  • Book Value (Rs): 87.65
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 15,641.90

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,119.02
  • MAR 19: 924.79
  • MAR 18:961.50
  • MAR 17: 857.92

SBI Cards

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 80,753.52
  • Book Value (Rs): 56.61
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,244.82
  • MAR 19: 862.72
  • MAR 18:601.14
  • MAR 17:390.41

Shree Cements

Founded in 1979, Shree Cement has always followed a path of sustainable growth and consistent value creation for customers. This rigorous pursuit of operational excellence has resulted in the company being among the top 3 cement manufacturers of India. Its operations are spread across India (4 plants) & the UAE (1 plant). The consolidated annual production capacity is more than 44 million tons.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 90,025.07
  • Book Value (Rs): 3585.41
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 15,611.56

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,544.06
  • MAR 19: 1,015.05
  • MAR 18:1,384.15
  • MAR 17: 1,339.08

JSW Steel

The JSW Group is the India’s leading conglomerates. Steel is one of the major products that the group deals in. JSW Steel has a presence in over 100 countries of the world. It is the 1st company to manufacture advanced high-end and high-strength steel products for the automobile sector. The company has assumed a leadership role in India’s steel industry by consistently implementing cutting-edge technology.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 89,533.85
  • Book Value (Rs): 158.46
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 47,197.04

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 4,009.00
  • MAR 19: 7,554.00
  • MAR 18:6,071.00
  • MAR 17: 3,454.00

Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd.

Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. is a globally reputed business group, based in India. With a legacy of over 7 decades and helmed by MrAnand Mahindra – an undisputed business leader – the group has over 150 companies across more than 100 countries. The company has a sweeping presence across 22 business segments. Some of the key ones are aerospace, agriculture, automobile, construction equipment, defence, steel, etc.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 93,295.38
  • Book Value (Rs): 277.45
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 53,852.85

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -1,363.58
  • MAR 19: 4,650.33
  • MAR 18:6,850.53
  • MAR 17: 3,151.13

Indian Oil Corporation

Indian Oil Corporation is a public sector oil & gas giant that is ranked 151 in the Fortune 500 list. It is India’s largest commercial oil company. Its businesses are spread across the entire hydrocarbon chain – refining, pipeline transportation, exploration, and marketing of crude oil, natural gas, and petrochemicals. It has set up subsidiaries in various countries of the world. This year, the company has also launched BS-VI fuels from all the retail outlets that it operates.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 85,104.00
  • Book Value (Rs): N/A
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Crores): 489827.84

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: N/A
  • MAR 19: N/A
  • MAR 18:N/A
  • MAR 17: N/A

Adani Ports

Adani Ports is counted among the largest integrated port & logistics company. Almost 25% of the entire cargo movement of India happens through this port. It is present in 10 ports, spread across 6 states of India. The latest technology for cargo movement is present in all the ports that the company operates in, allowing for the best in-class cargo handling. The ports can handle diverse cargo and accommodate the largest cargo vessels arriving in India.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 92,180.58
  • Book Value (Rs): 96.95
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 71,390.80

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 3,788.92
  • MAR 19: 4,044.81
  • MAR 18:3,689.95
  • MAR 17: 3,892.24

Coal India Ltd.

Coal India Ltd is India’s largest coal producing company. The Maharatna company contributes to more than 80% of India’s coal production. It has more than 400 mines over 8 states in India. The production is done through 7 of its subsidiaries. Coal India Ltd also has a wholly-owned subsidiary in Mozambique, Africa. More than 330,000 employees work under this company.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 82,149.17
  • Book Value (Rs): 27.28
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 23,713.54

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 16,701.51
  • MAR 19: 17,463.01
  • MAR 18:7,019.78
  • MAR 17: 9,281.53

Godrej Consumer Products Ltd.

The story of Godrej started 120 years ago, as part of a domestic initiative for making locks. Gradually, it moved on to making soaps, Cinthol being a landmark one among them. Cinthol made the company the 2nd largest soap maker in India. Over the years, it has moved into electricals, properties, and a lot of FMCG. All this truly makes Godrej a global company in every way.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 72,565.85
  • Book Value (Rs): 50.15
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 11,575.50

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,495.77
  • MAR 19: 2,340.90
  • MAR 18:1,633.10
  • MAR 17: 1,307.15

Berger Paints India Ltd.

From a modest start in 1923, Berger Paints is a powerhouse today in the Indian paint industry. The number 2 in its domain, it is also among the fastest growing paint companies. It has 16 manufacturing units across the country with an international presence in 4 countries. With a robust network of more than 25,000 dealers, Berger Paints plays a commanding role in every part of the country.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 65,193.13
  • Book Value (Rs): 27.03
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 5,284.64

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 664.40
  • MAR 19: 498.35
  • MAR 18:460.19
  • MAR 17: 463.61

Cipla

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 61,850.38
  • Book Value (Rs): N/A
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: N/A
  • MAR 19: N/A
  • MAR 18:N/A
  • MAR 17: N/A

ICICI Prudential

ICICI Prudential is a JV between ICICI Bank Limited and Prudential Corporation Holdings Limited. Ever since its inception in 2001, I-Pru has been consistently placed among India’s top life insurance companies. In 2015, it was the 1st private life insurance company to have AUM of Rs 1 trillion. Cost-effective products, customer centricity, and hassle-free claim settlement are a few of the reasons that have endeared the company to its huge customer base.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 68,356.15
  • Book Value (Rs): 50.27
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 11,190.30

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,066.98
  • MAR 19: 1,138.93
  • MAR 18:1,619.17
  • MAR 17: 1,681.66

Eicher Motors

Eicher Motors is the listed parent company of Royal Enfield. Royal Enfield is among the global leaders in motorcycle manufacturing since 1901. It’s not simply a bike, it’s an experience. Besides motorcycles, Eicher is also into a JV with AB Volvo of Sweden. Through this JV, they have introduced state of the art commercial vehicles in India like trucks and buses and are on their way to become the chosen company in this sector.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 69,670.93
  • Book Value (Rs): 302.84
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 32,073.37

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,795.73
  • MAR 19: 1,961.85
  • MAR 18:1,703.11
  • MAR 17: 1,477.61

Hero Motocorp

Hero Motocorp has been at the forefront of pioneering design and continuous innovation that have helped them produce top class motorcycles and scooters for a long time. For the last 2 decades, it has remained the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer. Almost 100 million happy customers swear by the company. The company is spread across 40 countries across 4 continents. The company also dominates 50% of the market in India.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 63,447.19
  • Book Value (Rs): 706.87
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 40,632.86

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 3,624.78
  • MAR 19: 3,405.59
  • MAR 18:3,672.51
  • MAR 17: 3,229.29

ICICI Lombard

With a Gross Written Premium of almost Rs 136 billion, ICICI Lombard is among the top private general insurers of India. Driven by a zeal to provide the best quality service, the company has a range of insurance products to protect your car, bike, health, home, travel, and much more – even for NRIs.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 65,939.04
  • Book Value (Rs): 125.53
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 6,414.96

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,193.76
  • MAR 19: 1,049.26
  • MAR 18:861.78
  • MAR 17: 701.88

InterglobeAvi

InterGlobeAvi  is a major Indian conglomerate with interests in civil aviation, airline management, aircraft maintenance, pilot training, travel commerce, and hospitality. Over the last 3 decades, the company has spread its wings across 27 countries, riding primarily on its most celebrated brand – Indigo, India’s largest passenger airline. It connects more than 87 global destinations via a fleet of 280 aircraft.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 66,954.70
  • Book Value (Rs): 151.93
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 77,610.66

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -233.68
  • MAR 19: 157.25
  • MAR 18:2,242.32
  • MAR 17: 1,659.15

L&T Infotech

L & T Infotech is a global technology consultancy major with operations spanning across 32 countries. For the last 20 years, the company has been providing digital solutions to its large client base to enable them to improve their business processes and deliver value to their customers. The company’s service range includes cloud & infrastructure services, consulting, cyber defense services, and quality engineering.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 57,093.47
  • Book Value (Rs): 299.48
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,520.50
  • MAR 19: 1,515.50
  • MAR 18:1,112.40
  • MAR 17: 970.90 

IndusInd Bank

IndusInd Bank was founded in 1994 by the renowned business leader Srichand P. Hinduja. In the last 26 years, the bank has made big strides and established itself as a premier new-age private sector bank of the country. It has almost 2,000 branches across India with a customer base of almost 2.5 crores. Its wide array of products includes retail, corporate, and government banking.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 69,109.90
  • Book Value (Rs): 460.87
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 112,438.78

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 4,457.87
  • MAR 19: 3,300.48
  • MAR 18:3,605.99
  • MAR 17: 2,867.89

Bandhan Bank

Bandhan Financial Holdings Limited received an approval from the RBI to set up a universal bank in India in the early 2014. And that’s how Bandhan Bank was born. And in these few years, the bank has seen a meteoric growth with over 4,700 branches serving more than 2 crore customers. The total business has crossed Rs 140,000 crores. The bank is focused on its goal of reaching world class banking services to every corner of the country.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 63,327.87
  • Book Value (Rs): 94.36
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 43,102.39

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 3,023.74
  • MAR 19: 1,951.50
  • MAR 18:1,345.56
  • MAR 17: 1,111.95

HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.

HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd. is among India’s largest and also the most profitable mutual fund manager houses. The total assets under Management (AUM) of the company is close to Rs 3.5 trillion. It was established in 1999 as a JV between Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (“HDFC”) and Standard Life Investments Limited (“SLI”). The company has a live customer base of more than 9 million, offering them diverse investment solutions that are simple, accessible, and also hugely profitable. The company is present over 200 cities with more than 220 branches, pan India.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 55,150.37
  • Book Value (Rs): 189.23
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,262.41
  • MAR 19: 930.60
  • MAR 18:711.29
  • MAR 17: 550.25

Grasim Industries Ltd.

Grasim Industries is one of the key constituents of the global business powerhouse Aditya Birla Group. It began as a textile manufacturer in 1947. Today, it’s a diversified entity, with multi-sectoral leadership in the areas of viscose staple fibre, chlor-alkali, linen, and insulators. Two if its subsidiaries – UltraTech Cement & Aditya Birla Capital – play leadership roles in the areas of cement manufacturing & financial services, respectively. Creating sustainable value on a continuous basis is the company’s motto.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 61,208.09
  • Book Value (Rs): 571.81
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 34,900.01

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 6,115.26
  • MAR 19: 2,746.89
  • MAR 18:4,415.06
  • MAR 17: 4,116.20

Muthoot Finance

Muthoot Finance started its journey with a single mission – to create trust in the customers’ minds about the company. After all these years, the company is among the largest players in the gold pledge sector. It has served over 70 crore customers (including repeat) through its network of 5,000+ branches. The legacy of the Muthoot family business goes back to a staggering 800 years! Besides gold pledging, the company is also into personal loans, money transfer, microfinance, secured loans, and more.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 47,009.36
  • Book Value (Rs): 288.12
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 3,168.68
  • MAR 19: 2,102.96
  • MAR 18:1,843.75
  • MAR 17: 1,207.26

Havells India

Havells India is a leading  and Fast Moving Electrical Goods (also known as FMEG) company of India. It has a robust international presence as well. Havells has a considerable market presence in the product categories of Industrial & Domestic Circuit Protection Devices, Cables & Wires, Motors, Fans, Modular Switches, Home Appliances, Air Conditioners, Electric Water Heaters, Power Capacitors, Luminaires, etc. Havells was among the pioneers in opening exclusive showrooms for electrical products in India, naming them “Havells Galaxy.” Today, more than 500 such showrooms operate across India.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 51,883.96
  • Book Value (Rs): 68.76
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 19,286.77

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 735.35
  • MAR 19: 785.54
  • MAR 18:660.97
  • MAR 17: 498.88

Biocon

Biocon was among the trendsetters for biotechnology in India. The company steadfastly moves on to create a better life for patients through rigorous R&D. its goal is to create cure for serious diseases like cancer, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases. Patients in more than 120 countries have benefitted from the path breaking innovative products that Biocon has offered them.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 53,118.00
  • Book Value (Rs): 62.80
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 9,027.96

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 899.80
  • MAR 19: 1,001.70
  • MAR 18:431.80
  • MAR 17: 671.80

Ambuja Cements

Counted among India’s foremost cement companies, Ambuja Cements is a key constituent of the global major LafargeHolcim. The products are carefully customized to suit the climatic conditions of different parts of India, thereby ensuring a seamless experience for the buyers. It has 5 manufacturing plants and 8 cement grinding units pan India, with a total annual production capacity of more than 29 million tons.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 50,167.33
  • Book Value (Rs): 111.83
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 4,608.79

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 2,763.19
  • MAR 19: 2,960.16
  • MAR 18:1,932.11
  • MAR 17: 1,422.76

Marico Ltd.

Marico Ltd is another the leading FMCG conglomerates of India. It operates in the space of health, beauty, and wellness. It has some super brands in the market for different categories of hair care, skin care, health foods, edible oil, and fabric care. Having crossed the domestic boundaries, Marico has made its presence felt in almost 25 countries globally. Some of its well-known brands are Parachute, Saffola, Nihar Naturals, Set Wet, Kaya Youth, Mediker, Revive, etc.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 50,984.89
  • Book Value (Rs): 26.94
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 2,457.00

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,043.00
  • MAR 19: 1,132.00
  • MAR 18:827.57
  • MAR 17: 811.97

Reliance Industries Partly Paid Up

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 44,476.62
  • Book Value (Rs): N/A
  • Face Value (RS): N/A
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: N/A
  • MAR 19: N/A
  • MAR 18:N/A
  • MAR 17: N/A

Tata Steel

The Indian MNC steel maker Tata Steel is among the top companies in this domain globally. It has an annual manufacturing capacity of more than 30 million tonnes of crude steel per annum. Its presence is spread all across the world and it is among the most diversified steel producers geographically. Tata Steel also finds a place in the Fortune 500 list.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 70,338.02
  • Book Value (Rs): N/A
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Crores): 60435.97

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 8447.38
  • MAR 19: 10647.42
  • MAR 18:7535.84
  • MAR 17: 4147.93

Siemens

Siemens is a global giant in the domain of technology. It focuses on the areas of smart infrastructure, digitizing industries, and mobility. Siemens India is synonymous with continuous innovation and a commitment to achieving engineering excellence for top-end customer service. The main business areas of the company are energy & infrastructure solutions, software & automation, rail automation, and medical diagnosis.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 54,377.78
  • Book Value (Rs): 266.03
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 1539.00

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 768.60
  • MAR 19: 1,099.40
  • MAR 18:901.20
  • MAR 17: 1,136.70

TATA Consumer Products

Formerly known as Tata Global Beverages Ltd, Tata Consumer Products is the world’s 2nd largest tea manufacturer & distributor. It is also a major player in the domestic coffee market. Tata Tea, Tetley, and Good Earth are the most popular  tea brands of the company which also have the highest seller in Canada and the 2nd highest in the US & UK. The company is in a 50:50 alliances with Starbucks Coffee Company in India. The company reaches more than 20 million homes in India through its products.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 51,957.09
  • Book Value (Rs): 117.50
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 6,550.82

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 535.19
  • MAR 19: 473.83
  • MAR 18:567.26
  • MAR 17: 463.65

Info Edge India Ltd.

Founded in 1995, Info Edge India Ltd is today a giant internet company. It runs the highly popular and celebrated job portal naukri.com. Its other notable platforms include the matrimonial site jeevansathi.com, the real-estate portal 99acres.com, and the educational portal shiksha.com – all reputed brands in India. Naukri contributes more than 70% to the company’s revenue.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 55,254.53
  • Book Value (Rs): 186.51
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 3,978.04

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 483.27
  • MAR 19: 902.12
  • MAR 18:545.12
  • MAR 17: 146.87

Aurobindo Pharma

A group of dedicated and committed pharma industry professional established Aurobindo Pharma in 1986. It began with a single manufacturing unit. Today, the company’s operations span more than 25 manufacturing facilities with an employee strength of 20,000+ globally. The company is present in more than 150 markets. Regular R & D, coupled with a zeal to provide patients with curative products, have led to the steady growth of the company.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 52,760.84
  • Book Value (Rs): 222.30
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 5,491.64

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 2,844.69
  • MAR 19: 2,361.80
  • MAR 18:2,419.77
  • MAR 17: 2,296.17

Cadila Health Ltd.

Cadila is a leading global healthcare provider, has their setup in  India. It has in-depth expertise in the pharma value chain that enables it to create highly effective wellness products that have endeared it to patients across countries. The company has been awarded multiple time due to its innovation and customer service standards.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 48,218.28
  • Book Value (Rs): 109.99
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 10,705.72

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,175.60
  • MAR 19: 1,851.80
  • MAR 18:1,747.60
  • MAR 17: 1,483.00 

Torrent Pharma

Torrent Pharma is one of the key companies of the Torrent Group. It is among the leading pharma companies in India. Cardiovascular (CV), central nervous system (CNS), gastro-intestinal (GI) and women healthcare (WHC) are four focus areas of the company. Torrent also has a strong presence in some of the sectors like diabetology, pain management, gynecology, oncology and anti-infective segments. Backed by the latest technology in R & D, the company’s products reache the shores of more than 40 countries globally.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 45,093.62
  • Book Value (Rs): 46.55
  • Face Value (RS): 5.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 6,305.22

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,024.72
  • MAR 19: 436.31
  • MAR 18:678.14
  • MAR 17: 933.58

Tata Motors

India’s largest automobile manufacturing company, Tata Motors is a $35 billion behemoth. It manufactures cars, SUVs, trucks, buses, and defence vehicles. It has more than 8,000 sales and service points and has sold 900,000+ vehicles till date. Tata Motors continues to play the dominant role in India’s automobile sector, continuously redesigning itself in order to be compatible with the green energy vehicle initiatives.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 56,883.45
  • Book Value (Rs): 56.39
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 17,376.66

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -10,975.23
  • MAR 19: -28,933.70
  • MAR 18:6,813.10
  • MAR 17: 6,063.56

Hindalco Industries Ltd.

The metal flagship company of the giant Aditya Birla Group, HIndalco has taken on a leadership role in the aluminum & copper sectors. Hindalco acquired Aleris Corporation in April 2020. This made it the largest flat-rolled product manufacturer of the world, and also aluminum recycler. This Star Trading House runs a large number of manufacturing plants across India, producing top-class aluminum and copper products.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 56,734.81
  • Book Value (Rs): 202.52
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 1.00

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 3,763.00
  • MAR 19: 5,494.52
  • MAR 18:6,207.96
  • MAR 17: 1,907.44

DLF

The company was founded in 1946. Today, DLF is India’s is counted among the leading publicly traded real estate company Among the many feathers in its cap, a special one is that it almost created the global living and working spaces in Gurugram single-handedly. DLF’s presence in India spans 24 cities across 15 states. The company takes pride in offering the very highest levels of real estate solutions to its clients.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 51,981.55
  • Book Value (Rs): 108.29
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 8,748.66

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -1,479.21
  • MAR 19: 368.27
  • MAR 18:4,292.41
  • MAR 17: 800.26

Lupin

Lupin is a global pharmaceutical entity that brings with it branded and generic formulations, biotechnology products, and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs). The disease areas that Lupin focuses on are – Gynaecology, Cardiovascular, Diabetology, Asthma, Paediatric, Central Nervous System (CNS), Gastro Intestinal (GI), and Anti-Infective (AI). The 15 manufacturing facilities of the company are spread across India, Mexico, Brazil, and the USA.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 42,443.68
  • Book Value (Rs): 380.64
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 11,137.94

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -273.72
  • MAR 19: 611.73
  • MAR 18:254.83
  • MAR 17: 2,556.38

Colgate

Colgate has become synonymous with dental care in India. Its wide range of toothpastes & toothbrushes for every price category ensures that it enjoys a dominant position in the dental care market. Its toothpastes also come with many health benefits. The company’s aim is to put a smile on every face – a clean, disease-free, good-smelling face!

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 41,918.43
  • Book Value (Rs): 58.61
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 4,555.89

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 816.47
  • MAR 19: 775.57
  • MAR 18:673.37
  • MAR 17: 577.43

United Spirits

United Spirits Ltd is an Indian alcoholic beverage manufacturer.It is the 2nd largest in the world by volume in this product category. It was acquired by Diageo some years back. The company exports its beverages to almost 40 countries. From its 50 manufacturing plants, the company produces many alcoholic brands for both the premium and the mass-market segments.  Some of its brands have attained iconic status globally.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 42,134.15
  • Book Value (Rs): 52.43
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 8,377.72

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 623.90
  • MAR 19: 685.40
  • MAR 18:651.90
  • MAR 17: 93.00

Adani Enterprise Ltd.

Adani Enterprises was listed in 1994. Since then, it has been a story of consistent growth, ridding on the shoulders of optimum customer service and leveraging the latest technology. The company has forayed into ports, infrastructure, SEZ, power, gas, transmission, and green energy. The company is dedicated in its attempt to “grow with goodness” and enrich lives while also contributing to making India an economic powerhouse.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 49,062.53
  • Book Value (Rs): 34.20
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 7,481.60

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 798.00
  • MAR 19: 314.18
  • MAR 18:374.72
  • MAR 17:807.72

GAIL India Ltd.

The public sector natural gas processing company GAIL is a Maharatna company. It operates in the domains of natural gas, liquid hydrocarbon, petrochemical, urban gas distribution, LPG transmission, etc.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 55,655.15
  • Book Value (Rs): 97.49
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 13,907.41

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 7,268.04
  • MAR 19: 5,777.57
  • MAR 18:4,651.80
  • MAR 17: 3,947.94 

IDBI Bank

IDBI Bank is a full-service universal bank. It provides an array of financial products, designed to best serve the interest of investors. It has touched the lives of a large number of Indian customers through its products that serve the best interests of the customers.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 41,210.96
  • Book Value (Rs): 26.51
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -12,847.40
  • MAR 19: -15,012.97
  • MAR 18:-8,157.11
  • MAR 17: -5,069.45

Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd.

Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd. is among the largest manufacturers of components for the transport & automotive industries in the world. Ever since inception in 1986, the company has tirelessly worked to achieve manufacturing excellence that translates into unmatched service experience for the customers. Automotive wiring harnesses and mirrors are the company’s core products. It is also a big supplier of plastic moulds to Europe. It has a presence in more than 40 nations.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 50,637.48
  • Book Value (Rs): 19.77
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 2,924.01

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,237.00
  • MAR 19: 1,985.00
  • MAR 18:2,121.80
  • MAR 17: 1,989.30

PI Industries

Founded in 1946, PI Industries is a leading producer of granular formulations in the country. This is used in the agrochemicals industry. It also produces substantial quantities of generic molecules like Profenofos & Ethion. Technical competence & research effectiveness, coupled with marketing proficiency has taken the company to the top spot in its category. It continues to lead in the pest management products sector.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 35,644.31
  • Book Value (Rs): 170.60
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 455.80
  • MAR 19: 410.20
  • MAR 18:367.48
  • MAR 17: 459.53

Vedanta Ltd.

Vedanta Ltd is a global organization, operating in the area of natural resource extraction. Its primary focus is on products like zinc, lead, iron ore, steel, aluminum, copper, oil & gas, and power. Driven by ethics & social responsibility, Vedanta continues to create values for customers worldwide through continuous product & process upgrade.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 48,843.96
  • Book Value (Rs): 188.03
  • Face Value (RS): 1.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 23,467.99

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: N/A
  • MAR 19: N/A
  • MAR 18: N/A
  • MAR 17: N/A

Petronet LNG

Several PSU energy majors jointly set up Petronet LNG to fulfill the growing demand of LNG in the country. This company is engaged in import, regasification & distribution of LNG in India. It has two plants in India with a combined capacity of almost 22 million tonnes per year.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 39,442.50
  • Book Value (Rs): 73.02
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 5,825.32

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -4,743.00
  • MAR 19: 9,698.00
  • MAR 18:13,692.00
  • MAR 17: 11,319.00

Bosch Ltd.

Bosch is among the top suppliers of technology in India, working primarily in the areas of mobility solutions, consumer goods, industrial technology, and energy & building sectors. Outside Germany, India hosts the largest development center of the company. There are 13 subdivisions of the company in India, catering to multiple sectors and offering superior quality products regularly –  through 18 manufacturing sites across the country.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 38,736.65
  • Book Value (Rs): 3142.84
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 649.80
  • MAR 19: 1,598.00
  • MAR 18:1,370.80
  • MAR 17: 1,741.10

Procter and Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Ltd.

Procter and Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Ltd. is a division of the global FMCG major Procter & Gamble. It is into manufacturing of branded packaged products in the female healthcare segment. Its primary products are ayurvedic items and sanitary napkins, Whisper being among the most notable of them.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 34,901.95
  • Book Value (Rs): 349.69
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 433.08
  • MAR 19: 419.13
  • MAR 18:374.59
  • MAR 17: 432.73 

Abbott India Ltd.

Abbott India was set up in 1910. That makes it among the oldest healthcare companies. It is also among the most admired. The company operates in the product domains of medical devices, diagnostics, nutritional products, and pharmaceuticals. The company has more than 400 pharma brands. More than 100 scientists work at Abbott’s laboratories round the clock to create better and more impactful products to serve the needs of patients all over the country.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 32,396.05
  • Book Value (Rs): 1144.37
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 592.93
  • MAR 19: 450.33
  • MAR 18:401.22
  • MAR 17: 276.65

Bharti InfratelLtd.

Bharti Infratel is a telecom infrastructure company. It’s engaged in constructing telecom towers, fiber optic networks, and other related products, primarily for Airtel & Vodafone. It is the largest company of its kind in India, operating more than 42,000 towers across 11 circles pan-India.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 43,881.96
  • Book Value (Rs): 75.05
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 5,009.20

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,918.20
  • MAR 19: 1,476.60
  • MAR 18:1,191.20
  • MAR 17: 1,552.00

Alkem Lab Ltd.

A team of spirited and motivated individuals set up Alkem Labs in 1973. In the last 47 years, the company has taken large strides forward. Today, it is present in over 50 countries with almost a third of its sales volumes coming from offshore. It has transformed into one of the largest generic and specialty pharmaceutical companies in the country. Clavam, Pan, and Pan-D are some of the illustrious brands of the company.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 34,137.00
  • Book Value (Rs): 525.27
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,149.31
  • MAR 19: 773.64
  • MAR 18:638.42
  • MAR 17: 904.67

UPL Ltd.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 35,631.26
  • Book Value (Rs): 105.02
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 22,222.54

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 2,175.00
  • MAR 19: 1,561.00
  • MAR 18:2,123.00
  • MAR 17: 1,752.00

Adani Transmission Ltd.

The Adani Group entered the power transmission segment back in 2016. Over the years, it consolidated its presence, leading to the formation of Adani Transmission Ltd. Today, the company serves more than 3 million customers’ power needs in Mumbai and its suburbs. It has become the country’s largest private transmission company with 11,000kt km of transmission lines and 18,000 MVA power transmission capacity. Within 2022, the company plans to set up 20,000 ckt km of transmission lines.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 47,962.72
  • Book Value (Rs): 13.92
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 706.49
  • MAR 19: 559.20
  • MAR 18:1,142.94
  • MAR 17: 416.43

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.

Formed in 1974, HPCL has been consistently delivering happiness as a top energy supplier. The Maharatna PSU is an S&P Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company with a ranking of 55. It enjoys 18% market share in India. It has 43 Terminals/TOPS/ Installations, 44 Aviation Fuel Stations, 50 LPG Bottling Plants and 68 Inland Relay/Lube Depots. It operates through a huge network of over 18,000 retail outlets & 6,000+ LPG distributors.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 33,196.48
  • Book Value (Rs): 190.06
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 10,779.32

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 3,096.90
  • MAR 19: 5,760.90
  • MAR 18:5,896.70
  • MAR 17: 5,916.84

ACC Ltd.

ACC Ltd is a leading player in India’s cement manufacturing sector. With a combined expertise spanning over 8 decades, the company continues to set new benchmarks for success and customer satisfaction. The company manufactures from 17 plants. It has 9 captive power plants and over 90 ready-mix and concrete plants. ACC markets its products through a huge network of over 50,000 dealers & retailers.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 30,780.21
  • Book Value (Rs): 613.52
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 21,394.84

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,363.52
  • MAR 19: 1,510.30
  • MAR 18:913.59
  • MAR 17: 595.72 

Yes Bank Ltd.

Yes Bank is an Indian private sector bank founded in 2004. It offers a range of banking products for both corporate and retail customers through a large number of branches all over the country.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 38,985.43
  • Book Value (Rs): 14.66
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): N/A

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -16,432.58
  • MAR 19: 1,709.27
  • MAR 18: 4,233.22
  • MAR 17: 3,339.89

Jubilant Foodworks Ltd.

Jubilant Foodworks Ltd. is one of India’s largest food service companies. It is the franchisee of two global food giants – Domino’s Pizza & Dunkin’ Donuts. It operates more than 1,200 outlets across 280+ cities pan India and is among the top pizza service providers in India. Hong’s Kitchen is the company’s own brand, operating in the Chinese cuisine segment.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 33,326.80
  • Book Value (Rs): 89.64
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 13,257.04

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 278.80
  • MAR 19: 317.98
  • MAR 18: 196.23
  • MAR 17: 57.77

Piramal Enterprises Ltd.

Piramal Enterprises Ltd. is into diverse business like pharmaceuticals & financial services. It is one of the largest pharma solutions providers globally. It is also present in over-the-counter medicine in the consumer care division. Its capital & housing finance divisions and the famed India Resurgence Fund are also key players in India’s financial sector.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 33,023.33
  • Book Value (Rs): 1003.29
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 7,483.78

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: -468.42
  • MAR 19: 1,144.71
  • MAR 18: 4,840.19
  • MAR 17: 1,082.14

Indraprastha Gas Ltd.

IGL was incorporated in 1988. Its objective is to provide environment-friendly natural gas at competitive rates to both domestic & industrial customers. To start with, it’s focusing on the NCR and adjoining areas. It has brought about a welcome change in the atmosphere of these areas as more and more vehicles are taking to CNG in place of traditional fossil fuels.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 33,491.54
  • Book Value (Rs): 72.32
  • Face Value (RS): 2.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 6,809.93

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,094.94
  • MAR 19: 755.14
  • MAR 18: 649.83
  • MAR 17: 543.81

SRF Ltd.

The company started its journey with just with a nylon tyre cord plant in 1970, in Manali. Today in 2021, SRF Ltd is a leading manufacturer of technical textiles in India. It has also diversified into packaging films, fluorochemicals, and other specialty chemicals. It has 13 plants in India & 2 overseas plants. SRF exports its products to more than 70 countries, thus establishing a robust global presence.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 31,970.19
  • Book Value (Rs): 917.08
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 5,642.09

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,019.09
  • MAR 19: 641.63
  • MAR 18: 461.71
  • MAR 17: 514.99

MRF Ltd.

Madras Rubber Factory began its journey in 1946 as a manufacturer of toy balloons. Today, it is India’s largest, most expensive share and the world’s 6th largest tyre manufacturer.The company produces tyres, treads, conveyor belts, paints, and toys. It is also present in the sports domain. The company has more than 10 manufacturing facilities across the country.

  • Market Cap (Rs Cr.): 33,337.93
  • Book Value (Rs): 28304.52
  • Face Value (RS): 10.00
  • Turnover (Rs. In Lakhs): 3,262.88

Profit and Loss:

  • MAR 20: 1,422.57
  • MAR 19: 1,130.61
  • MAR 18: 1,131.61
  • MAR 17: 1,486.22

List of Top 100 Companies In India

Sl. No. Company Establishment Head office No of Employees Website
1 Reliance 1973 Mumbai 1,95,000 http://www.ril.com/
2 TCS 1968 Mumbai 448,400 https://www.tcs.com/
3 HDFC Bank 1994 Mumbai 104,154 https://www.hdfcbank.com/
4 HUL 1933 Mumbai 21,000 https://www.hul.co.in/
5 Infosys 1981 Bengaluru 24,000 https://www.infosys.com/
6 HDFC 1994 Mumbai 104,154 https://www.hdfc.com/
7 Kotak Mahindra 2003 Mumbai 33,013 https://www.kotak.com/en.html
8 ICICI Bank 1994 Mumbai 86,763 https://www.icicibank.com/
9 Bharti Airtel 1995 New Delhi 19,138 https://www.airtel.in/
10 Bajaj Finance 2007 Pune 20,154 https://www.bajajfinserv.in/
11 HCL Tech 1976 Noida 153,085 https://www.hcltech.com/
12 Asian Paints 1942 Mumbai 6,456 https://www.asianpaints.com/
13 ITC 1910 Kolkata 27,279 https://www.itcportal.com/
14 Maruti Suzuki 1982 New Delhi 40,000 https://www.marutisuzuki.com/
15 Wipro 1945 Bengaluru 175,000 https://www.wipro.com/
16 State Bank of India 1955 Mumbai 249,448 https://sbi.co.in/
17 Axis Bank 1933 Mumbai 75000 https://www.axisbank.com/
18 Nestle 1866 Vevey, Switzerland 308,000 https://www.nestle.com/
19 Avenue Supermarts Ltd. 2000 Mumbai 7,713 http://www.dmartindia.com/
20 Adani Green Energy Ltd. 2015 Ahmedabad 1,340 https://www.adanigreenenergy.com/
21 Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 1938 Mumbai 44,332 https://www.larsentoubro.com/
22 UltraTech Cement Ltd. 1983 Mumbai 22,000 https://www.ultratechcement.com/
23 Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. 1983 Goregaon, Mumbai 36,000 https://www.sunpharma.com/
24 HDFC Life 2000 Mumbai N/A https://www.hdfclife.com/
25 Titan Company Ltd. 1984 Bengaluru 7,500 https://www.titan.co.in/
26 Bajaj Finserv 2007 Pune 26,969 https://www.bajajfinserv.in/
27 Hind Zinc 1966 Udaipur 6,742 https://www.hzlindia.com/
28 Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. 1989 Gurgaon 9,255 https://www.powergridindia.com/
29 Dabur India 1884 Ghaziabad 7,740 https://www.dabur.com/
30 Divis Labs 1990 Hyderabad 13,884 https://www.divislabs.com/
31 NTPC 1975 New Delhi 19,776 https://www.ntpc.co.in/
32 Bajaj Auto 1945 Pune 7,921 https://www.bajajauto.com/
33 ONGC 1956 Vasant Kunj, Delhi 33,650 https://ongcindia.com/
34 Britannia 1892 Bengaluru 4,480 http://britannia.co.in/
35 Tech Mahindra 1986 Pune 125,236 https://www.techmahindra.com/
36 Dr Reddys Laboratories Ltd. 1984 Hyderabad 21,000 https://www.drreddys.com/
37 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 1952 Mumbai 12,157 https://www.bharatpetroleum.com/
38 SBI Life Insurance 2001 Mumbai 12,000 https://www.sbilife.co.in/
39 Pidilite Ind 1959 Andheri 5,742 https://www.pidilite.com/
40 SBI Cards 1998 Gurugram 3,600 https://www.sbicard.com/
41 Shree Cements 1979 Kolkata 258 https://www.shreecement.com/
42 JSW Steel 1982 Mumbai 12,599 https://www.jsw.in/
43 Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. 1945 Mumbai 42,875 https://www.mahindra.com/
44 Indian Oil Corporation 1959 New Delhi 33,498 https://iocl.com/
45 Adani Ports 1998 Ahmedabad 2,266 https://www.adaniports.com/
46 Coal India Ltd. 1975 Kolkata 2,72,000 https://www.coalindia.in/
47 Godrej Consumer Products Ltd. 2001 Mumbai 2,768 https://godrejcp.com/
48 Berger Paints India Ltd. 1923 Kolkata 33,500 https://www.bergerpaints.com/
49 Cipla 1935 Mumbai 23,000 https://www.cipla.com/home
50 ICICI Prudential 2000 Mumbai 14,630 https://www.iciciprulife.com/
51 Eicher Motors 1948 New Delhi 4,899 https://www.eicher.in/
52 Hero Motocorp 1984 New Delhi 8,599 https://www.heromotocorp.com/en-in/
53 ICICI Lombard 2001 Mumbai 8,996 https://www.icicilombard.com/
54 Interglobe Avi 2005 Gurugram 23,531 https://www.interglobe.com/
55 L&T Infotech 1996 Mumbai 31,419 https://www.lntinfotech.com/
56 IndusInd Bank 1994 Pune 30,674 https://www.indusind.com/
57 Bandhan Bank 2001 Kolkata 45,549 https://www.bandhanbank.com/
58 HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd. 1999 Mumbai 501-1000 https://www.hdfcfund.com/
59 Grasim Industries Ltd. 1947 Mumbai 24,123 https://www.grasim.com/
60 Muthoot Finance 1939 Kochi 30,000+ https://www.muthootfinance.com/
61 Havells India 1958 Noida 6,000 https://www.havells.com/
62 Biocon 1978 Bengaluru 9,234 https://www.biocon.com/
63 Ambuja Cements 1983 Mumbai 4,625 https://www.ambujacement.com/
64 Marico Ltd. 1990 Mumbai 1,665 https://www.marico.com/
65 Reliance Industries Partly Paid Up N/A Mumbai N/A N/A
66 Tata Steel 1907 Mumbai 32,364 https://www.tatasteel.com/
67 Siemens 1847 Munich, Germany 385,000 https://www.siemens.com/
68 TATA Cons. Production 1964 Mumbai 722,291 http://www.tataconsumer.com/
69 Info Edge India Ltd. 1995 New Delhi 4,049 http://www.infoedge.in/
70 Aurobindo Pharma 1986 Hyderabad 19000 https://www.aurobindo.com/
71 Cadila Health Ltd. 1952 Ahmedabad 29,000 https://zyduscadila.com/
72 Torrent Pharma 1959 Ahmedabad 14550 https://torrentpharma.com/
73 Tata Motors 1945 Mumbai 78,906 https://www.tatamotors.com/
74 Hindalco Industries Ltd. 1958 Mumbai 40,000 http://www.hindalco.com/
75 DLF 1946 Delhi 1,608 https://www.dlf.in/
76 Lupin 1968 Mumbai 18,302 https://www.lupin.com/
77 Colgate 1806 New York, United States 37,700 https://www.colgate.com/
78 United Spirits 1826 Bengaluru 11,000+ https://www.diageoindia.com/
79 Adani Enterprise Ltd. 1988 Ahmedabad 17,000+ https://www.adanienterprises.com/
80 GAIL India Ltd. 1984 New Delhi 4,529 https://www.gailonline.com/
81 IDBI Bank 1964 Mumbai 18,000 https://www.idbibank.in/index.asp
82 Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd. 1986 Noida 1,35,000 https://www.motherson.com/
83 PI Industries 1946 Gurgaon 2,500 https://www.piindustries.com/
84 Vedanta Ltd. 1979 Mumbai 25,927 https://www.vedantalimited.com/
85 Petronet LNG 1988 New Delhi 494 https://www.petronetlng.com/
86 Bosch Ltd. 1886 Stuttgart 3,98,150 https://www.bosch.in/
87 Procter and Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Ltd. 1964 Mumbai 99,000 https://in.pg.com/
88 Abbott India Ltd. 1944 Mumbai 3,648 https://www.abbott.co.in/
89 Bharti Infratel Ltd. 2007 Gurugram 2,402 http://www.bharti-infratel.com/
90 Alkem Lab Ltd. 1973 Mumbai 7,980 https://www.alkemlabs.com/
91 UPL Ltd. 1969 Mumbai 7,435 https://www.upl-ltd.com/
92 Adani Transmission Ltd. 2015 Ahmedabad 17,000+ https://www.adanitransmission.com/
93 Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 1974 Mumbai 10,352 https://www.hindustanpetroleum.com/
94 ACC Ltd. 1936 Mumbai 10,000 https://www.acclimited.com/
95 Yes Bank Ltd. 2004 Mumbai 18,239 https://www.yesbank.in/
96 Jubilant Foodworks Ltd. 1995 Noida 28,286 https://www.jubilantfoodworks.com/
97 Piramal Enterprises Ltd. 1984 Mumbai N/A https://www.piramal.com/
98 Indraprastha Gas Ltd. 1998 New Delhi 960 https://www.iglonline.net/
99 SRF Ltd. 1970 Gurugram 6,299 https://www.srf.com/
100 MRF Ltd. 1946 Chennai 16,194 https://www.mrftyres.com/

 

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