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Composite Rankings Of India's Top 100 Business Groups

 

 

 

Composite Rankings Of India's Top 100 Business Groups

Composite

Group Name

Total No. Of

Net Sales*

Net Profit*

M Cap**

Rank

Group Cos.

(Rs Crore)

(Rs Crore)

(Rs Crore)

1

Reliance Group [Mukesh Ambani]

3

117546

11959

246720

2

Tata Group

26

86745

12666

244303

3

Birla Aditya Group

9

38722

5482

94713

4

Bharti Telecom Group

1

17794

4033

156464

5

ICICI Group

4

23903

3253

93086

6

Reliance Group [Anil Ambani]

5

18592

3953

148887

7

Sterlite Ind Group

4

21983

5412

66097

8

HDFC Group

3

12573

2741

82724

9

WIPRO Group

1

13680

2842

77123

10

Larsen & Toubro Group

1

17579

1403

56853

11

Mahindra & Mahindra Group

8

14826

1351

40985

12

Om Prakash Jindal Group

7

21143

2589

26123

13

Bajaj Group

9

14333

1638

27171

14

Suzlon Group

2

5381

1063

39332

15

Satyam Computers Group

1

6228

1423

31609

16

HCL Group

6

6015

895

29692

17

Hero (Munjals) Group

6

11912

933

14419

18

UB Group

9

5841

682

22394

19

Unitech Group

1

2504

984

42456

20

Essar (Ruia) Group

3

9005

828

10230

21

Thapar Group

7

7308

344

13181

22

Kalyani (Bharat Forge) Group

7

4152

455

18261

23

Videocon Group

3

9558

825

9810

24

Jaiprakash Group

3

3899

628

17054

25

Ranbaxy Group

2

4048

338

15636

26

Birla BK Group

9

8017

677

8784

27

CIPLA Group

1

3572

661

16372

28

Birla K.K.. Group

7

7327

771

8472

29

Dr Reddy's Group

1

3750

1177

10795

30

RPG Enterprises Group

11

8725

538

7525

31

TVS Iyengar Group

12

8969

405

6644

32

Kirloskar Group

8

4775

638

8266

33

Murugappa Chettiar Group

8

7034

565

6486

34

Adani Group

1

10152

151

5705

35

Asian Paints Group

5

3013

288

8237

36

Torrent Group

5

4863

245

5773

37

GE Shipping Group

3

2557

1052

8001

38

Wadia (Bombay Dyeing) Group

5

2966

153

6372

39

Sun Pharmaceutical Group

1

1611

629

20662

40

Piramal Ajay Group

6

2184

330

8356

41

Jindal B.C. Group

6

3120

351

5641

42

Dabur Group

2

1935

277

9930

43

Lakshmi Group [Naidu GV]

8

3442

328

4638

44

IVRCL Group

2

2514

157

4858

45

Punj Lloyd Group

1

2239

62

6371

46

Zee Telefilms group

5

1423

222

14903

47

Kotak Mahindra Group

1

1354

141

19388

48

Godrej Group

4

1604

242

9283

49

Bharatia Group

3

2493

282

4555

50

Thermax Group

1

2137

188

5883

51

Raheja Rajan Group

3

2442

217

4532

52

Amtek Group

3

1721

269

7777

53

Welspun Group

2

3652

195

3315

54

Ruchi Group

4

10394

136

2176

55

Pantaloon Group

1

1868

64

6331

56

Lupin Group

1

1971

302

5645

57

Patni Computers Group

2

1417

208

7348

58

Rajju Shroff Group

3

1415

136

7164

59

Ramco Group [Madras Cements]

4

2128

317

3986

60

Gulabchand Doshi Group

5

2762

53

2920

61

India Cement Group

2

2055

451

4006

62

Aurobindo Pharma Group

1

1980

229

3998

63

Nirma Group

1

2244

108

2985

64

Dalmia Group

3

2257

428

2946

65

Zydus Cadila Group

2

1456

209

4524

66

Chidambaram MA Group

7

5722

-321

1706

67

Shriram Transport Group

3

1731

242

3464

68

Krishna Group

4

2019

167

2985

69

Raunaq Singh Group

4

3559

132

1770

70

Kalpataru Group

1

1525

158

3833

71

MRF Group

1

3739

80

1670

72

Finolex (Chhabria PP) Group

3

2099

159

2486

73

Bangur PD/BG Group

1

1368

177

4090

74

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Group

1

803

135

8169

75

Birla MP Group

5

2070

357

2334

76

Hari Shankar Singhania Group

5

4235

234

1429

77

Wockhardt Group

1

1135

214

4420

78

Fedders Lloyd Group

3

2359

122

1835

79

Oberoi MS Group

2

1098

214

4090

80

Parekh Group

2

1290

120

3124

81

Blue Star Infotech Group

2

1658

79

2160

82

S Kumars Group

5

1437

111

2638

83

Birla CK Group

4

2410

171

1480

84

Jain Pipe Group

1

1208

91

3022

85

Lanco Group

3

948

93

4368

86

Williamson Magor Group

8

2075

76

1665

87

Aban Loyd Group

1

497

92

10760

88

Lalbhai Group

4

3187

156

1246

89

Apollo Hospitals Group

3

1188

124

2990

90

Ajmera Group

1

1387

50

2612

91

Inox Group

2

715

267

4655

92

Escorts Group

3

2141

-12

1433

93

Ansal Group

2

953

175

3660

94

DCM Shriram Consolidated Group

1

2701

46

1205

95

Vardhman Group

3

2486

199

1210

96

Sumi Motherson Group

1

1081

114

2856

97

Bharat Vijay Mills Group

1

1118

131

2610

98

HFCL Group

2

1419

18

1849

99

DCM Group

4

2057

308

1302

100

Sandesara Group

3

631

138

4568

 

All Private (Indian) Groups

1565

190485

18142

467587

 

All business Groups***

2498

1020612

112290

2614600

 

 


  

 

 

 


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