RATAN TATA : RATAN TATA PRESENTED BY:
RAJIV KR. AGGRAWAL,
RAJU KR. RAY,
ANUJ KUMAR. Slide 2: JAMSHEDJI
NUSSERWANJI TATA Born on(March 3, 1839 - May 19, 1904) was a pioneer in the field of modern industry. He was born in Navsari, Gujarat, India.
He founded what would later become the Tata Group of companies. Jamsetji Tata is regarded as the "father of Indian industry". Slide 3: TATA FAMILY TREE Early life : Early life When Tata was thirteen years old, his father opened an export business in Bombay, India. In 1855, when he was sixteen, in accordance with Parsi custom, which encouraged early marriage, he married a ten-year-old girl named Berabai. They would later have a daughter, who died at the age of twelve, and two sons, Sir Dorabij Jamsetji and Ratan Jamsetji. Slide 5: Tata attended Elphinstone College in Bombay from 1855 to 1858. He did so well there that the school refunded his fees. After his schooling, his father employed him in the family business. In December of 1859, Tata's father sent him on a business trip to Hong Kong, where he worked to open a branch of his father's firm, and remained until 1863. He established connections and buyers for the business; this was only the beginning of an expansion of the firm, called Tata & Co. and later renamed Tata & Sons. Through Tata's travel and work, the firm would eventually expand its reach to create branches in China, Japan, Paris, and New York, as well as in London. Slide 6: In 1863, Tata began traveling to England, where he worked to establish an Indian Bank. This venture proved unsuccessful, largely because of bad timing; at the time, a financial crisis was brewing back in India, and the Tata firm was forced to declare bankruptcy. Part of this crisis was the result of the ending of the American Civil War; during the war, the American South did not produce much cotton, so demand for Indian cotton skyrocketed. Once the war was over and American production resumed, demand for the Indian product diminished. However, the Abyssinian war soon brought contracts for army clothing and supplies for the British-Indian Army, and these lucrative contracts allowed the firm to be resurrected. In 1871, Tata began to promote his Central India Spinning, Weaving and Manufacturing Company, Limited. Slide 7: Ratan Naval Tata (born December 28, 1936, in Mumbai) is the present Chairman of the Tata Group, India's largest conglomerate established by earlier ... WE NEVER COMPROMISES
ETHICS RATAN NAVAL TATA Slide 8: Ratan Tata is presently the Chairman of Tata Sons, the holding company of the Tata Group. Ratan Naval Tata is also the Chairman of the major Tata companies such as Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Tea, Tata Chemicals, Indian Hotels and Tata Teleservices. He has taken Tata Group to new heights and under his leadership Group's revenues have grown manifold. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from Cornell University in 1962. He joined the Tata Group and was assigned to various companies before being appointed director-in-charge of The National Radio & Electronics Company (NELCO) in 1971. Ratan Tata was appointed Chairman of Tata Industries in 1981. He was assigned the task of transforming the company into a Group strategy think-tank, and a promoter of new ventures in high technology businesses. Slide 9: In 1991, Ratan Tata took over the Chairmanship from JRD Tata. Under him Tata Consultancy Services went public and Tata Motors was listed in the New York Stock Exchange. In 1998, Tata Motors came up with Tata Indica, the first truly Indian car. The car was the brainchild of Ratan Tata. Ratan Tata was honored with Padma Bhushan, one of the highest civilian awards in 2000. He was also conferred an honorary doctorate in business administration by Ohio State University, an honorary doctorate in technology by the Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, and an honorary doctorate in science by the University of Warwick. Slide 10: VALUE
AND PURPOSE Slide 11: PURPOSE
At the Tata Group our purpose is to improve the quality of life of the communities we serve. We do this through leadership in sectors of national economic significance, to which the Group brings a unique set of capabilities. This requires us to grow aggressively in focused areas of business.
Our heritage of returning to society what we earn evokes trust among consumers, employees, shareholders and the community. This heritage is being continuously enriched by the formalisation of the high standards of behavior expected from employees and companies.
The Tata name is a unique asset representing leadership with trust. Leveraging this asset to enhance Group synergy and becoming globally competitive is the route to sustained growth and Slide 12: Five core values The Tata Group has always sought to be a value-driven organisation. These values continue to direct the Group's growth and businesses. The five core Tata values underpinning the way we do business are
Integrity: We must conduct our business fairly, with honesty and transparency. Everything we do must stand the test of public scrutiny.
Understanding: We must be caring, show respect, compassion and humanity for our colleagues and customers around the world, and always work for the benefit of the communities we serve Slide 13: Excellence: We must constantly strive to achieve the highest possible standards in our day-to-day work and in the quality of the goods and services we provide.
Unity: We must work cohesively with our colleagues across the Group and with our customers and partners around the world, building strong relationships based on tolerance, understanding and mutual cooperation.
Responsibility: We must continue to be responsible, sensitive to the countries, communities and environments in which we work, always ensuring that what comes from the people goes back to the people many times over. TATA GROUP OF COMPANY : TATA GROUP OF COMPANY Slide 15: The Tata Group ???? is India’s largest conglomerate company, with revenues in 2006-07 of Rs. 129,994 Crore (US $28.8 billion), the equivalent of about 3.2% of India's GDP, and a market capitalization of US $73.6 billion as on December 13, 2007. Out of 98 operating companies in seven business sectors, 27 are publicly listed enterprises. The Tata Group has operations in more than 85 countries across six continents and its companies export products and services to 80 nations Slide 16: The Tata Group comprises 98 companies in seven business sectors. 65.8% of the ownership of Tata Group is held by the charitable trust of Tata.Companies which form a major part of the group include Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Tea, Tata Power and the Taj Hotels Slide 17: TATA ENGINEERING:---- Tata Auto Comp Systems Limited (TACO), auto- component manufacturer .
Tata Motors(formerly Tata Engineering and Locomotives Ltd (TELCO)), largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles and passenger cars in India.' Potential owner of British car makers Land Rover and Jaguar Cars Slide 18: Tata Projects
TCE Consulting Engineers
Telco Construction Equipment Company
Voltas, consumer electronics company
Tata Advanced Materials.
Tayo Rolls, India's largest steel cast roll manufacturer and supplier. Promoted by Tata Steel.
Tata Tinplate, a major tinning line in India. Promoted by Tata Steel. Slide 19: Tata Steel (formerly TISCO, Tata Iron and Steel Company Ltd) is India's first private Iron and Steel Company, and also the first company founded by J.N. Tata (the founder of the Tata Group). Its works are located at Jamshedpur, with headquarters at Mumbai. It is currently the largest steel producer in India and the fifth largest in the world. Corus Group is a subsidiary of Tata Steel. Slide 20: TATA ENERGY:--
Tata Power is one of the largest private sector power companies. It supplies power to Mumbai, the commercial capital of India and parts of New Delhi.
Tata Chemicals, headquartered in Mumbai, India, Tata Chemicals has the largest single soda ash production capacity plant in India. Since 2006 Tata Chemicals has owned Brunner Mond, a United Kingdom-based chemical company with operations in Kenya and the Netherlands Slide 21: TATA SERVICES:--
Tata-AIG General Insurance .
The Indian Hotels Company
Tata-AIG Life Insurance .
Tata Asset Management.
Tata Economic Consultancy Services.
Tata Financial Services .
Tata Investment Corporation.
Tata Quality Management Services.
Tata Share Registry .
Tata Strategic Management Group (TSMG) is one of the largest consulting firms in South Asia.
Tata Services .
Tata Johnson Controls. Slide 22: Consumer Products
Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company
Tata Tea Limited is the world's second largest manufacturer of packaged tea and tea products. It also owns the Tetley brand of tea sold primarily in Europe.
Titan Industries manufacturers of Titan watches
Tata Sky Slide 23: Information systems and communications
Computational Research Laboratories(CRL)
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (TCS) is Asia's largest software company with 2006-07 revenues being over US$ 4.3 bn.
Tata Elxsi is another Software and Industrial design company of the Tata stable. Based in Bangalore. One of the leading companies in the animation industry of India.
Tata Interactive Systems Slide 24: Tata Technologies Limited
Tata Communications Ltd, formerlyVSNL, the Indian telecom giant, was acquired in 2002. Tata-owned VSNL acquired Bermuda-based (former Canadian crown corporation and Montreal-based) Teleglobe in 2005 Slide 25: Educational institutes opened by Tata Group
"Tata Institute of Science" now renamed to Indian Institute of Science, Banglore, India
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, a deemed university
Tata Management Training Centre, Pune, India
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, a deemed university
National Centre for the Performing Arts MILE STONES : MILE STONES 1868 : 1868 Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata starts a private trading firm, laying the foundation of the Tata Group. 1874 : 1874 The Central India Spinning, Weaving and Manufacturing Company is set up, marking the Group's entry into textiles. 1902 : 1902 The Indian Hotels Company is incorporated to set up the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, India's first luxury hotel, which opened in 1903. 1907 : 1907 The Tata Iron and Steel Company (now Tata Steel) is established to set up India's first iron and steel plant in Jamshedpur. The plant started production in 1912. 1910 : 1910 The first of the three Tata Electric Companies, The Tata Hydro-Electric Power Supply Company, (now Tata Power) is set up. 1911 : 1911 The Indian Institute of Science is established in Bangalore to serveas a centre for advanced learning. 1912 : 1912 Tata Steel introduces eight-hour working days, well before such a system was implemented by law in much of the West. 1917 : 1917 The Tatas enter the consumer goods industry, with the Tata Oil Mills Company being established to make soaps, detergents and cooking oils. 1932 : 1932 Tata Airlines, a division of Tata Sons, is established, opening up the aviation sector in India 1939 : 1939 Tata Chemicals, now the largest producer of soda ash in the country, is established. 1945 : 1945 Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company (renamed Tata Motors in 2003) is established to manufacture locomotive and engineering products. Tata Industries is created for the promotion and development of hi-tech industries. 1952 : 1952 Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister, requests the Group to manufacture cosmetics in India, leading to the setting up of Lakme. 1954 : 1954 India's major marketing, engineering and manufacturing organization, Voltas, is established. 1962 : 1962 Tata Finlay (now Tata Tea), one of the largest tea producers, is established. Tata Exports is established. Today the company, renamed Tata International, is one of the leading export houses in India. 1968 : 1968 Tata Consultancy Services (TCS),India's first software services company, is established as a division of Tata Sons. 1970 : 1970 Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company is created to publish educational and technical books. Tata Economic Consultancy Services is set up to provide services in the field of industrial, marketing, statistical and techno-economic research and co 1984 : 1984 Titan Industries – a joint venture between the Tata Group and the Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO) – is set up to manufacture watches 1991 : 1991 Tata Motors rolls out its millionth vehicle. (The two-million mark was reached in 1998 and the third million in 2003.) 1995 : 1995 Tata Quality Management Services institutes the JRD QV Award, modeled on the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Value Award of the United States, laying the foundation of the Tata Business Excellence Model 1996 : 1996 Tata Teleservices (TTSL) is established to spearhead the Group's foray into the telecom sector. 1998 : 1998 Tata Indica – India's first indigenously designed and manufactured car – is launched by Tata Motors, spearheading the Group's entry into the passenger car segment. 1999 : 1999 The new Tata Group corporate mark and logo are launched. 2000 : 2000 Tata Tea acquires the Tetley Group, UK. This is the first major acquisition of an international brand by an Indian business group. 2001 : 2001 Tata AIG – a joint venture between the Tata Group and American International Group Inc (AIG) – marks the Tatare-entry into insurance. (The Group's insurance company, New India Assurance, was nationalised in 1956). The Tata Group Executive Office (GEO) is set up to design and implement change in the Tata Group and to provide long-term direction. 2002 : 2002 The Tata Group acquires a controlling stake in VSNL, India's leading international telecommunications service provider. Birla Group and AT&T, is launched. Tata Indicom, the umbrella brand for telecom services from the Tata Teleservices stable, starts operations 2003 : 2003 Tata Motors launches CityRover – Indicas fashioned for the European market. The first batch of CityRovers rolled out from the Tata Motors stable in Pune on September 16, 2003 2005 : 2005 Tata Motors acquires the heavy vehicles unit of Daewoo Motors, South Korea. TCS goes public in July 2004 in the largest private sector initial public offering (IPO) in the Indian market, raising nearly $1.2 billlion 2005 : 2005 Tata Steel acquires Singapore-based steel company NatSteel by subscribing to 100 per cent equity of its subsidiary, NatSteel Asia VSNL acquired Tyco Global Network, making it one of the world's largest providers of submarine cable bandwidth Tata Sons completes 60 years of Tata operations in the US 2006 : 2006 Tata Credit Card launched 2007 : 2007 Tata Refractories sets up Greenfield plant in China Tata Research Design and Development Centre 2007 : 2007 LAUNCH OF NANO
AAM ADMI KI CAR Slide 58: SMART ACHIEVEMENTS:--Globalization: made three international acquisitions, sourced new markets across three continents, developed products for international markets, put together a high speed data network linking three continents Tata Motors bought South Korean truckmaker, Daewoo Commercial Vehicles for Rs4.65bn to establish a hold in East Asia, entered new markets in China, South Africa, Korea, Thailand and Britian, achieved 44% increase in net sales Slide 59: Established presence on NYSE: Tata Motors listed its American Depositary Receipts on the New York Stock Exchange Tata Steel bought Singapore's NatSteel for Rs13bn VSNL acquired Dishnet for Rs2.7bn, and acquired TGN for $130mn including Tyco's extensive submarine cable network Launched a highly successful IPO with TCS: the offer of 55.4bn shares was subscribed 7.7 times
Corporate restructuring: merged non-banking finance companies with Tata Motors to form a consolidated entity SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Slide 61: Corporate Citizenship
Community development and our social responsibilities are incorporated into the company's Articles of Association and in the Tata Code of Conduct document that every Tata International employee signs. The company's Vision Statement endorses this role, "Become a proactive, integral and responsible member of our environment and communities."
Tata International is a signatory to the UN Global Compact. It has also submitted a Corporate Sustainability Report for 2002-03 as per the Global Reporting Initiative Guidelines of 2002, which has been verified by PricewaterhouseCoopers Slide 62: Some of our developmental activities
Co-operatives to generate leather industry-related employment for women at Indore and Mhow.
Maintenance of a public children's park in Dewas town.
Public library in Dewas supervised by workers as a volunteer activity.
Marketing consultancy and computer classes for NGOs as a volunteer activity.
Tata Public School in Dewas.
Donation of finished leather to a leprosy hospital every year for making shoes for patients Slide 63: Provides training to women in the manufacture of leather articles at a Vocational Training Centre, the Leather & Jute Training Centre at Indore, in collaboration with the Madhya Pradesh Handicraft Development Board (Hasta Shilp Vikas Nigam).
Tata International is also a member of the Tata Council for Community Initiatives and participates in regional programmes Slide 64: Environment protection
200 000 trees planted at the leather factory at Dewas.
Deer park at the leather factory at Dewas.
Reforestation of Tekri hillock in Dewas town.
Sophisticated effluent treatment plant at the leather factory.
Reverse Osmosis plant for liquid waste.
Biomethanation pilot plant.
R&D projects like processes for chrome free leather, process changes study for eco labelling of leather products Slide 65: Energy conservation
One of India's largest solar thermal water heating systems at the leather factory.
Financial assistance to NGOs in the fields of
Social welfare. Slide 66: UN Global CompactOur Commitment to UN Global Compact "Communication on Progress" 2006 Slide 67: Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact
Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights.
Make sure they are not complicit in human rights abuses.
Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining.
The elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour.
The effective abolition of child labour.
Eliminate discrimination in respect of employment and occupation. Slide 68: Environment
Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges.
Undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility.
Encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.
Businesses should work against all forms of corruption, including extortion and bibery RATAN TATA THE HERO OF INDIAN BUSINESS : RATAN TATA THE HERO OF INDIAN BUSINESS : TATA NANO, WORLD'S CHEAPEST CAR: COMPLETE COVERAGE It uses a steel monologue with built-in crashworthiness, and conventional sheet metal body parts. Mr. Tata could have gone the route of using an extruded aluminum structure to ensure even more safety but then it would have cost much more. Slide 71: Ratan Tata is a hero to a nation that sometimes feels starved of heroes. He knows it too. Mr. Tata has used the emotional route before, when he announced his first passenger car years before it became a reality.It takes a certain courage to play with the expectations of a huge nation and then stick to the plot and deliver the goods. Slide 73: Among Asia's business titans, Ratan N. Tata stands out for his modesty. The chairman of the Tata Group - India's biggest conglomerate, with businesses ranging from software, cars, and steel to phone service, tea bags, and wristwatches - usually drives himself to the office in his $12,500 Tata Indigo Marina wagon. Slide 74: A frugal petrol engine mounted at the rear of the car has helped the engineers liberate a great deal of room inside the cabin. And, most importantly, everything is wrapped up in a beautiful package -- there has been no compromise on either aesthetics or safety. All this at an investment cost of Rs 1,700 crore (Rs 17 billion) -- which includes the development cost of the car as well as that of the upcoming plant at Singur in West Bengal. Slide 75: The Tata Nano, which features a rear engine format like that of the Beetle, has all the ingredients to join that list of illustrious automotive designs. The fact that it meets the necessary crashworthiness and emission norms of the day enhances its appeal. It might have started as a widely misquoted dream of one man -- but Ratan Tata has ensured that he has turned it into an opportunity to take his firm to new heights. Slide 76: CONCLUSION Slide 77: CAN YOU IMAGINE YOUR LIFE
TATA ? Slide 78: Its TATA every where !!!
‘TATA’ in your life!!!
What makes you lick your fingertips, but of course
What makes your costumes neat and clean?
Who gives a foundation to your dreams?
What makes you feel fresh?
TATA HAMAM. Slide 79: What helps you to prosper?
TATA YELLOW PAGES.
What/Who increases your valuable treasure?
TATA McGraw-HILL PUBLISHERS.
The producer of MISS WORLD & MISS UNIVERSE from INDIA TATA LAKME.
What beeps next to your heart?
What makes the world within your reach?
TATA TELE. Slide 80: What makes you more relaxed other than your wife/spouse?
What keeps you on the move?
TATA ENGINEERING & LOCOMOTIVE.
What protects you from disease?
What makes you punctual?
Who gives you a roof over your head?
TATA HOUSING. Slide 81: Who moves you from one place to other?
Who gives you the best of advice?
TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES.
What comes naturally other than the Cock’s yoodle every morning?
Who other than your spouse/wife waits for you return?
TATA TEA. Slide 82: Who is the companion in building your Nation?
What automates your place?
What protects your Tata tele’s heart (MSC)?
What makes you environmentalist?
TATA BP SOLAR.
What rings other than your alarm?
TATAFONE. Slide 83: What makes you best in computers?
TULEC (TATA INFOTECH).
What makes you best sports person?
TATA SPORTS CLUB.
Want Graphic design & visual computing?
The memorable moments of your life,
When your children say TATA……TATA…… When you start from your house SO, FROM THE ABOVE WE CAN SAY THAT MR.RATAN TATA HAD INJECTED THE PRODUCTS OF TATA INDUSTRIES INTO OUR DAY-TO-DAY LIFE AND IT IS VERY HARD TO IMAGINE OUR CURRENT LIFE WITHOUT THE PRODUCTS OF TATA. : SO, FROM THE ABOVE WE CAN SAY THAT MR.RATAN TATA HAD INJECTED THE PRODUCTS OF TATA INDUSTRIES INTO OUR DAY-TO-DAY LIFE AND IT IS VERY HARD TO IMAGINE OUR CURRENT LIFE WITHOUT THE PRODUCTS OF TATA. THANK YOU : THANK YOU