Top 10 Companies in India list has discussed below. But before list, we want to clear of base of this list.
How to calculate top companies?
Top companies calculate on behalf of its market capitalisation amount. India is a seventh largest country on basis of economy in the world as per the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Every company which operates in India, whether Indian or Non-Indian are generally evaluated on different parameters such as assets, sales, profit, market value and market share/capitalisation.
Types of companies operate in India:
There are no of companies which are operating in India whether domestic or foreign. All companies are working on a national or multinational level in India.
Top companies in India are multinational conglomerates dealing in a vast range of different segments further fragmented into various kinds of services and products.
Based on shares available in India and shares of government, companies are operating in India, is divided in three parts.
- Private Organisation
- Government Organisation
- Public Organisation
Private sector companies are companies which are not run by the government. They are the part of a country’s economic system and is run by individual and companies with the intention to earn the profit.
A public company is a body corporate formed by a special act of parliament or by the central or state legislature. It is fully financed by the government. Its powers, objects, limitations etc. are also decided by the act of the legislature. The revenue of departmental undertakings is deposited in the treasury of government.
The company in which at least 51% of the paid-up share capital is held by the central or state government or partly by central or state government is Government Company.
List of Top 10 Companies in India:
Here is list of top 10 Companies in India on behalf of its market capitalization amount.
- Tata Consultancy Services
- Reliance Industries Limited (RIL)
- Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)
- HDFC Bank
- Coal India
- Sun Pharma
- Hindustan Unilever