4. • The Tata group is an Indian multinational conglomerate
headquartered in Mumbai.
• Established in 1868, it is India's largest conglomerate, with
products and services in over 150 countries, and operations in
100 countries across six continents.
• It is founded by Jamsetji Tata and he is know as father of Indian
• Philanthropic trusts control over 66% of the Tata holding
company Tata Sons, while the Tata family s a very small
6. • The Tata Group was founded as a private trading firm in 1868 by entrepreneur
and philanthropist Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata.
• In 1902 the group incorporated the Indian Hotels Company to commission the Taj
Mahal Palace & Tower, the first luxury hotel in India, which opened the
• After Jamsetji’s death in 1904, his son Sir Dorab Tata took over as chair of the
• Under Dorab’s leadership the group quickly diversified, venturing into a vast
array of new industries, including steel (1907), electricity (1910), education
(1911), consumer goods (1917), and aviation (1932).
• After Dorab’s death in 1932, Sir Nowroji Saklatwala became the group’s chair.
• Six years later Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata (J.R.D.) took over the position.
• His continued expansion of the company into new sectors—such as chemicals
(1939), technology (1945), cosmetics (1952), marketing, engineering,
and manufacturing (1954), tea (1962), and software services (1968)—earned Tata
Group international recognition.
7. • In 1945 Tata Group established the Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company (TELCO) to
manufacture engineering and locomotive products; it was renamed Tata Motors in 2003
• In 1991 J.R.D.’s nephew, Indian business mogul Ratan Tata, succeeded him as chairman of the
• Upon assuming leadership of the conglomerate, Ratan aggressively sought to expand it, and
increasingly he focused on globalizing its businesses
• In 2000 the group acquired London-based Tetley Tea, and in 2004 it purchased the truck-
manufacturing operations of South Korea’s Daewoo Motors.
• n 2001 Tata Group partnered with American International Group, Inc. (AIG) to create
the insurance company Tata-AIG.
• After sir Ratan Tata take the chair then the revenue, profits, and economy increases.
9. Tata’s 7 main sector of activities
INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY
MATERIALS ENGINEERING INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY CONSUMER PRODUCTS CHEMICALS ENERGY SERVICES
10. Market capitalization of Tata co.
Name of the company Billion (INR)
• Tata consultancy service ltd. 12140
• Tata steel ltd. 1290
• Tata motors ltd. 1520
• Titan company ltd. 2310
• Tata chemicals ltd. 264.48
• The Tata power company ltd. 704.09
• The Indian hotels company ltd. 449.56
• Voltas ltd. 270.58
• Tata communication ltd. 367.65
• Tata steel long products ltd. 28.64
• Trent ltd. 500.17
• The consumer products ltd. 16.67
• Tata investment corporation ltd. 118.24
• Tata Elxis ltd. 424.42
• Nelco ltd. 17.24
• Tata coffee ltd. 42.22
• ESTIMATE REVENUE OF THE
TATA GROUP (2022)
12. Tata international
Merges and acquisitions.
• Jaguar & land rover from motor company:- $2.3 Billion (march 2008)
• Corus group :- $12 Billion (January 2007)
• Millennium steel, Thailand:- $167 Million (December 2005)
• Daewoo commercial vehicle company:- $102 Million (march 2004)
• Tetley tea company :- $407 Million (February 2000)
• Big basket:- $1.2 Billion (May 2019)
• Air India :- $2.4 Billion (January 2022)
14. In FY19, the group has spent INR 1,095 crore on CSR
expenditure and has positively impacted 11.7 million lives.
• EDUCATION AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT
• LIVELIHOODS AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT
• RURAL DEVLOPMENT
• WATER AND SANITATION
16. Future of Technology:-
Tata Communications, leading digital infrastructure provider, recognises the importance of
connectivity and has built the world's largest IoT network based on LoRa WAN™ technology,
spanning nearly 2,000 communities and touching over 400 million people. To date, the company
has deployed the LoRa WAN™ network in 38 cities in India and intends to cover most of the
country by 2019.
LoraWAN is also being used to deploy other Smart City applications across Jamshedpur,” said Mr
Jayanta Banerjee, chief information officer, Tata Steel. “A POC has been developed to monitor the
fill-up of garbage bins placed across the city thereby enabling efficient planning of garbage
retrieval. A smart parking POC has also been developed and are being scaled up.”
These can work in plants and assembly line jobs,” says K Ananth Krishnan, executive vice
president and chief technology officer, TCS.
17. Future of Workplace:-
• Manpower intensive, high-risk jobs, especially in the manufacturing sector, may soon be a thing
of the past. Companies across the board are realigning their workforce and customer facing
processes, using IoT, AI, automation and robotics to enhance productivity, upgrade talent and
create safer work spaces and customer engagement. But for companies like Tata Chemicals and
Tata Steel — with a legacy, both in terms of value and property — digitising operations and
plants takes on a very different hue. Different plants are of differing age and so is their
• “We are taking large pieces of our key manufacturing processes and creating a digital twin by
simulating it digitally and observing how that operates to optimise a particular operation,” says
Zarir Langrana, executive director and president - Global Chemicals Business, TCL.
18. Future of Travel:-
• Tata Motors is at the forefront of future-ready travel. Electric vehicles (EVs) and autonomous
vehicles aren’t just trending hashtags of the auto industry, they are big-money investments that
are set to change the journey ahead, and Tata Motors is leading the electric mobility evolution in
India. They have delivered 330 Tigor EVs and the Tata Starbus hybrid electric bus is set to be on
the roads in six Indian cities.
• “Our facilities are evolving towards seamless human-machine connectedness. At our
Engineering Research Centre, we are doing R&D on advanced driver assistance systems
(ADAS) as well as full vehicle autonomy, to be future ready. Autonomy will be a consideration
for the future in India. As the UK has published a code of practice for testing autonomous
vehicles safely and legally, it provides us with the ideal platform to enable us to challenge our
self-driving vehicle capabilities,” says Rajendra Petkar, chief technology officer, Tata Motor,
noting that their ongoing trials on the HEXA have yielded rewarding insights.
19. Future of Sustainability:-
• Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company and one of the country’s largest alternative
energy companies, has already installed 15 EV charging units across Mumbai and Delhi while
ensuring that grid stability is not adversely affected during vehicle charging.
• Tata Power is meeting the future of energy head on with ‘smart’ offerings like a ‘behind-the-
meter’ solution for residential consumers that automates the operation of energy-consuming
appliances and devices at home. The consumer can monitor the energy consumption live, switch
on/off appliances and devices and receive suggestions on optimising energy consumption to
achieve reduction in energy bills. This solution is not restricted to Tata Power’s distribution
license areas; the company has made it available to consumers anywhere in India.
20. Future of Experience:-
• Vistara, the Tata and Singapore Airlines joint venture, understands the need to innovate
and make air travel seamless and personalised. It introduced India’s first robot RADA, to
assist and interact with travellers at airports and, in turn, redefine the on-ground
experience. For now, RADA provides flight information, destination city, flight updates,
basic customer queries and entertains travellers at the airline’s exclusive lounge at Delhi
airport’s Terminal 3. The airline wants to develop RADA to perform more advanced
interaction with passengers in future.
• “At a time when ‘experience’ has become more important than ‘things’, the basic
premise behind RADA was to develop a simple and extremely cost-effective robot that
can engage in basic human interaction to begin with and can be further developed to
perform more complex tasks. Another key focus area for us was to create RADA
indigenously — to make in India with all things Indian,” says Ravinder Pal Singh, chief
information and innovation officer, Vistara.
21. Future of Life:-
• The world we live in is only going to get smarter. Smart phones will
extend to become smart homes, smart cities and smart nations. The
trials have begun, and the House of Tata has already made its move. In
fact, several Tata companies have played pioneering roles in smart city
projects across the country and the globe.
• Among the key players in this space is Tata Elxsi. The design
company has worked on several projects, which include the Kochi
metro, India’s first award-winning integrated transport system;
autonomous car projects with auto majors, including JLR.
22. Future of India:-
• The Tata group has always been part of India’s growth story and the future is no different. In September
2018, Tata Aerospace & Defence signed the landmark agreement with Lockheed Martin Aeronautics to
manufacture the complete wing for the F-16 Block-70 fighter aircraft in India for export — putting
India on the world map as a hub for sourcing complex aerospace assemblies. TASL is also one of only
three companies chosen to build satellites for the Indian Space Research Organisation for various
applications, including communication, remote sensing and navigation services in areas like tele-
education, tele-medicine and disaster management support.
• Tata A&D is also one of the two development agencies nominated by Defence Research and
Development Organisation to design and develop an indigenous 155mm 52 calibre Advanced Towed
Artillery Gun System. This gun system incorporates futuristic technologies in electrical, electronics,
mechanical design and analysis and is likely to replace an ageing inventory of guns currently with the
• And India’s first indigenously developed robot — TAL BRABO is finding newer applications in
various sectors, including automotive, electronics, software testing, plastics, logistics, aerospace and
heavy engineering. This ‘Made in India’ industrial robot has catered to manufacturers ranging from
micro to large scale.
24. Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and Allied Trusts:-
• Sir Dorabji Tata Trust
• Lady Tata Memorial Trust
• JRD Tata Trust
• Jamsetji Tata Trust
• Tata Social Welfare Trust
• JN Tata Endowment
• Tata Education Trust
• RD Tata Trust
• The JRD and Thelma J Tata Trust
25. Sir Ratan Tata Trust & Allied Trusts:-
• Sir Ratan Tata Trust
• Tata Education and Development Trust
• Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust
• Bai Hirabai J. N. Tata Navsari Charitable Institution
• Sarvajanik Seva Trust