MBA PROJECT BOYZ
In the modern money oriented economy, finance is one of the basic foundations of allkinds of economic activities. Finance is a scare and costly resource; so proper plan should bedone to utilize its full potential. The financial plan, which is formulated, accordingly shouldbe executed in time. An organization can only prosper when this scarce resource is mosteffectively used.Tata Motors has become a dominant force in the Indian Automobile Industry andbusiness today. Tata Motors Limited is India's largest automobile company, withconsolidated revenues of INR 1,65,654 crores (USD 32.5 billion) in 2011-12. It is the leaderin commercial vehicles in each segment, and among the top three in passenger vehicles withwinning products in the compact, midsize car and utility vehicle segments. It is the world'sfourth largest truck and bus manufacturer. Their dominance is predicted to grow in thefuture, as greater convergence and integration is achieved in Indian Economies. The growinginfluence of Tata Motors necessitates greater understanding of various aspects of theiroperations and results. The reported profitability of Tata Motors has therefore been a subjectof considerable research interest in recent times. Majority of such studies have, however beenbased on the its operational performances. Little attention is directed to know theprofitability, efficiency, liquidity, solvency position of Tata Motors. The current studyexamines various aspects of the reported financial performance of Tata Motors with emphasison profitability, efficiency, liquidity and solvency position. The aim is to provide empiricalevidence on the nature and magnitude of their reported financial stability and profitabilityData were collected from the annual reports of Tata Motors over a five-year period2007-2012. Statistical analyses were carried out using exploratory data analytical techniques.Exploratory research design has been used in this research. The data was collected from theannual report of TATA Motors. Tools used in this study as follows:
Co-efficient of VarianceThe remainder of the paper is organised as follows. Related literature is reviewed inthe next section. The literature review covers theories of Tata Motors growth anddevelopment and studies of their financial performance. This is followed by a discussion of the research design and methodology including sample selection, data collection and analysis.The results of the study are then discussed. Summaries and conclusions, including potentiallimitations and areas for further study, are presented in the final section.