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Company Name – CK Birla

What do they do?


The CK Birla Group is a growing US$1.6 billion conglomerate with interests across industries such
as automotive, heavy engineering, infrastructure, building products, consumer durables, and global
IT services. With over 20,000 employees, 24 manufacturing facilities and numerous patents and
awards, the Group’s businesses are present across five continents.
Businesses:
Technology and Automotive:

 Birlasoft: Global applications outsourcing provider


 AVTEC: Manufacturers of Powertrains and Precision Engineered Products

Home and Building solutions:

 Orient Cement: Cement manufacturer, with Birla A1 as their flagship brand


 HIL: Building products company and a pioneer in the fibre cement roofing sheets industry in
India
 Orient Electric: Consumer electrical manufacturer, with a diverse portfolio comprising of
Fans, Lighting, Kitchen and home appliances
 Orient Paper & Industries: Paper manufacturer

Healthcare and Education:

 BM Birla Heart Research Centre, Kolkata:First NABH-accredited research and treatment


centre for heart disease
 BIT: Asia’s premier engineering institute in Mesra, Ranchi

Values –

 Integrity: Working with honesty and transparency


 Excellence: Aiming for the highest quality standards in the goods and services we produce
 Respect: Showing respect and humanity towards our colleagues and customers alike
 Responsibility: Being sensitive and responsible towards the communities and environment
that we work in
 Accountability: Showing reliability in both word and deed

Relevant Information
 Revenue - (FYE 2015) $1.6bn
 Chairman – Chandra Kant Birla
 Headquarters - New Delhi
 Employees – 20000
 Establishment Year – 1857
Brands/Products/Service –
Technology and Automotive:

 Birlasoft: Global applications outsourcing provider


 AVTEC: Manufacturers of Powertrains and Precision Engineered Products
 NEI: Bearings manufacturer and exporter
 Neosym: Grey and SG iron casting manufacturing company
 GMMCO: Distributors of construction and mining equipment and engine power system

Home and Building solutions:

 Orient Cement: Cement manufacturer, with Birla A1 as their flagship brand


 HIL: Building products company and a pioneer in the fibre cement roofing sheets industry in
India
 Orient Electric: Consumer electrical manufacturer, with a diverse portfolio comprising of
Fans, Lighting, Kitchen and home appliances
 Orient Paper & Industries: Paper manufacturer

Healthcare and Education:

 CMRI, Kolkata: 400-bed multi-specialty hospital with state-of-the art-facilities


 BM Birla Heart Research Centre, Kolkata:First NABH-accredited research and treatment
centre for heart disease
 BIT: Asia’s premier engineering institute in Mesra, Ranchi
 Modern High School for Girls, Kolkata: India's number one day school for girls educates
over 2,500 children every year, from nursery to class XII.
 Rukmani Birla Modern High School, Jaipur: The co-educational senior-secondary school has
over 2,300 students

Recent News

 Peugeot returns to India through CK Birla venture


French auto major PSA Group, the maker of Peugeot and Citreon cars, is likely to announce
its decision to re-enter the Indian market later this week through a manufacturing alliance
with the CK Birla Group. French publication Les Echos on Monday reported PSA Group has
signed a joint venture agreement with the New Delhi-based CK Birla Group to make cars in
India. CK Birla Group has a vehicle assembly unit in Tiruvallur, near Chennai. The unit
currently produces Pajero Sport in collaboration with Mitsubishi Motors of Japan
collaboration with Mitsubishi Motors of Japan

 Orient Paper to demerge consumer electric business


C K Birla Group firm Orient Paper and Industries Limited (OPIL) will demerge its
consumer electric division.The company would also issue fresh equity in the form of a rights
issue worth Rs 50 crore to reduce debt and for general corporate purposes.

Social Initiatives
The CK Birla Group is deeply committed to creating sustainable positive impact. We allocate
significant resources to philanthropic initiatives; including those in Science and Technology, Art and
Culture, and heritage preservation. The Group also works to improve the livelihoods of rural and
underprivileged communities.

 Science and Technology: We have built R&D facilities, science museums, planetariums,
seminar halls, conference facilities and exhibition spaces; and India's only dinosaurium.
 Art and Culture:A range of ancient Indian art and artefacts are preserved and shared with the
public in an institution dedicated to the arts
 Heritage preservation: The Group has established cultural heritage preservation centres and
an archaeological and cultural institute. We have also supported archaeological excavations
 Livelihoods: We have supported a model village initiative; and a slum rehabilitation
programme focused on livelihood enhancement