TATA Group India (Zoroastrian)

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Sub-subject: Tata Group (India/Parsi). Syllabus:

  1. Profile of the Tata Group (India)
  2. The Global Strategy of the Tata Group.
  3. Tata Motors. Tata Nano Car
  4. Philanthropic activities.
  5. Cyrus Pallonji Mistry (Tata Group Director)
  6. Zoroastrian connection.
Sub-subject “Tata Familly (Zoroastrian, India)” is studied…
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Asia, and BRICS Countries
  2. Professional Doctorates: Ethics, Religion, and Business, Asia

Master in International Business for Indian students

Languages of study: En or Es India Fr Inde

Sample of the Sub-subject: Tata Group:
TATA India

Sub-Subject Description (Tata Group - India):

Perhaps one of the aspects that may be surprising when we analyse the evolution of the group is the continuing Zoroastrian influence in the direction of the company, what we have called “The Zoroastrian connection.”

The group has always been led by members of the Tata family (all Zoroastrians), except on two occasions, which was also directed by two followers of the religion of Zarathustra.

The Tata Group:

  1. The total revenue: 100 billion dollars (the equivalent of 3.2% of Indian Gross domestic product
  2. 58% from international markets.
  3. 450,000 employers

Both in their mission and its values we can see the influence of Zoroastrianism in the group. One of the principles of the Tata group is philanthropy:

“We are committed to improving the quality of life for the communities we serve.

Our practice of returning to society what we earn evokes trust among consumers, employees, shareholders, and the community.”

Tata Group devotes significant efforts to philanthropy, dedicating 3% of its profits to philanthropic causes. In 2010-2011, the Tata Group dedicated to philanthropic causes about 170 million dollars, equivalent to 3% of net profit of the group.

Harmony of Religions Ahimsa Ethics

Tata Group's headquarters is in Maharashtra - Mumbai.

Tata Group includes 98 operating companies in seven business sectors:
- information systems and communications;
- engineering;
- materials;
- services;
- energy;
- consumer products; and
- chemicals.

Jamsetji Tata created the Tata Group in 1868 (under British rule). One of the historical missions of the company has been cooperating to build the modern India.

The Tata Group belongs to the economic area of the Hindu Civilisation


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