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These Are India's Most Valuable Companies

India's Most Valuable Companies: Reliance Industries, Tata Consultancy Services and HDFC Bank are currently the country's three biggest companies by market capitalisation. Reliance Industries has retained its position as the country's most valuable company, having touched a market value exceeding Rs 13 lakh crore recently. Here's a look at the country's largest enterprises by M-Cap (as of August 5, 2020):

These Are India's Most Valuable Companies

Reliance Industries (share price: Rs 2,126.65)

Reliance Industries remains at the top position, with a market capitalisation - also known as M-Cap - of Rs 13,48,169.46 crore.

These Are India's Most Valuable Companies

Tata Consultancy Services (Rs 2,258.8)

TCS - the country's largest software services company - is next, with a market value of Rs 8,47,588.66 crore.

These Are India's Most Valuable Companies

HDFC Bank (Rs 1,027.85)

HDFC Bank is at the third position with a market capitalisation of Rs 5,65,238.11 crore.

These Are India's Most Valuable Companies

Hindustan Unilever (Rs 2,194.45)

Fast-moving consumer goods major HUL is next. It is valued at Rs 5,15,597.01 crore.

These Are India's Most Valuable Companies

Infosys (Rs 944.6)

The country's second largest IT company is at the fifth position (Rs 4,02,333.14 crore).

These Are India's Most Valuable Companies

HDFC (Rs 1,776.9)

Mortgage lender HDFC, which has a market value of Rs 3,08,222.00 crore, is next in the list.

These Are India's Most Valuable Companies

Bharti Airtel (Rs 558.85)

With a market value of Rs 3,04,883.82 crore, telecom major Bharti Airtel is at the seventh spot.

About The Campaign

About The Campaign

NDTV along with Mastercard is launching a multi-platform campaign “Cashless Bano India”, to create digital awareness and educate the masses about digital payment solutions for day to day transactions.

The campaign aims to take the message of a cash free India to the country, and will charter a blue print which can help all stakeholders to become a part of the digital revolution.

We aim to reach out to people and educate them on:

1) Digital and financial literacy

2) New generation digital payment solutions

3) Enabling merchants and consumers to understand and adopt secured and safe payment Solutions

4) Ease of usage at point of sales


  • Amitabh Kant
    In the next 3 to 4 years, India will technologically leap forward. Every person with a mobile will become a walking ATMAmitabh KantCEO, NITI Aayog
  • Ari Sarker
    The banking industry is going to move away from the practice of a blended merchant rate, we will have a separate cost for credit and debitAri SarkerCo-President, Asia Pacific, Mastercard
  • Sunil Mehta
    Security is an ongoing process. Nothing can be absolutely secure. We need to solve problems on an everyday basisSunil MehtaMD and CEO, Punjab National Bank
  • Praveen Khandelwal
    There should be no transaction costs on merchants or consumers. This should be covered by government subsidiesPraveen KhandelwalGeneral Secretary, The Confederation of All India Traders
  • Dr Arvind Virmani
    At least for the next 5 years or so, cellphones would be the best medium to reach people throughDr Arvind VirmaniPresident, Forum for Strategic Initiatives and Former Chief Economic Advisor