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  1. By:- Bharat Gupta 1601 Karan Singhal 1632 B.B.A 1st Semester
  2. T. V. Sundaram Iyengar T V Sundaram Iyengar & Sons Limited Type: Public Founded: 1911 Founder: Thirukkurungudi Vengaramaswamy Sundaram Iyengar Born: March 22, 1877 Tirunelveli, Madras Presidency Died: April 28, 1955 Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu Occupation: Industrialist
  3.  TVS was established by Thirukkurungudi Vengaram Sundaram Iyengar . He began with Madurai's first bus service in 1911 and founded T.V.Sundaram Iyengar and Sons Limited.  When he died in 1955 his sons took the company ahead with several forays in the automobile sector, including finance, insurance, manufacture of two-wheelers, tyres and components.
  4. TVS Motors T. Venu Srinivasan (Chairman & MD) Type : Public Founded : 1978 Founder : Sundaram Key People : Venu Srinivasan Industry : Automotive Headquarters : Chennai, India Products : Motorcycles, Scooters, Three-wheeler vehicles and Spare parts Parent : Sundaram-Clayton Ltd Website :
  5. Venu Srinivasan  After graduating as an engineer from the University of Madras, he completed a Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University in the USA.  He became the Managing Director of Sundaram Clayton Ltd. in May 1979. He went on to become Chairman of TVS Motor Company in July 2002.  Spouse: Mallika Srinivasan  Children: Lakshmi, Sudarshan
  6. Type : Public Company Industry : Auto Ancillaries Founded : Chennai, India 1962 Founders : T S Srinivasan Keypeople : Venu Srinivasan (Chairman & MD) Parent : T V Sundaram Iyengar and sons limited CEO : K. N. Radhakrishan Subsidiaries : TVS Motor Company Limited Website :
  7. C.E.O  Mr. K. N. Radhakrishnan, M. Tech. has been the President of TVS Motor Company Limited since April 1, 2006 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Radhakrishnan served as Vice President of Business Planning of TVS Motor Company Limited and its Executive Vice President until March 31, 2006. He served as a General Manager of Business Planning at Sundaram-Clayton Limited. He serves as a Director of TVS Credit Services Limited.
  8. Structure of the Organization
  10.  TVS has 8 Bikes models available in India. The available models are Tvs Jupiter , TVS Star, Tvs Scooty, TVS Apache, Tvs Flame, TVS Phoenix, Tvs Wego and TVS Scooty Streak  TVS Motor Company is the largest and the most notable subsidiary of the TVS Group based in Chennai and Madurai.
  11. TVS JUPITOR Minimum Price: Rs. 46800
  12. TVS STAR Minimum Price: Rs. 38500
  13. TVS Apache Price: Rs. 71198 - Rs. 110000
  14. TVS Flame Price: Rs. 43970 – Rs. 48850
  15. TVS Phoenix Rs. 52375 to 54440
  16. TVS WEGO Rs 51240 to 53375
  17. TVS Scooty Streak Minimum Price Rs 52860
  18. Type : Public Industry : Electronics & Manufacturing Founded : 1986 Headquarters : Chennai, India Keypeople : Gopal Srinivasan, Director Products : Computer Peripherals, Printers Key boards, UPS, IT services. Website :
  19. TVS Electronics expects POS business to grow at 12- 15%
  20. Lucas - TVS established in 1961 as a joint venture between Lucas UK and T V Sundram Iyengar & Sons (TVS), India to manufacture Automotive Electrical Systems. Lucas-TVS is the Leader in Auto Electricals in India today with 50 years experience in design and manufacturing. 4 out of 5 vehicles rolled out daily are fitted with Lucas-TVS products. Lucas - TVS is a TS16949 and OHSAS 18001 certified company. Lucas-TVS has bagged the Deming application price in 2004 from the Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers (JUSE).
  21. ZF Electronics TVS (India) Private Limited
  22. New Auto Rickshaw from TVS has recently declared that the company wants to sell its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) fired three wheels in a number of new licensees in Tamil Nadu. New Auto Rickshaw from TVS CNG KING
  23. MISSION & VISION Mission Statement : To facilitate the process of sustainable development in villages by deploying skills and resources in key areas such as economic development, healthcare, education, creation and maintenance of infrastructure and conservation of environment, with the active involvement of local communities and the government. Vision Statement : To be the catalysts for the creation of self-reliant rural communities, by bringing the skills and resources of the private and development sectors together with local governments, to fulfill this vision.