- 1 What is Tata Steel Safety?
- 2 What is the ethical value of Tata?
- 3 Which car is 5 star in India?
- 4 Is Tata Harrier is a safe car?
- 5 Is Tata Steel good to hold?
What is Tata Steel Safety?
The safety and health of all the people who work in and with the Tata Steel Group is our number one priority. OUR PRINCIPLES: All injuries and work related illness can and must be prevented. We all have a duty to prevent harm.
Which Tata has best safety rating?
Top 10 Safest Cars in India with Global NCAP Crash Test Rating –
|Make and Model||Adult Safety Rating||Child Safety Rating||Body Shell|
|Mahindra XUV300||5 Star||4 Star||Stable|
|Tata Altroz||5 Star||3 Star||Stable|
|Tata Nexon||5 Star||3 Star||Stable|
|Mahindra Thar||4 Star||4 Star||Stable|
|Mahindra Marazzo||4 Star||2 Star||Stable|
|Volkswagen Polo||4 Star||3 Star||Stable|
|Tata Tiago / Tigor||4 Star||3 Star||Unstable|
|Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza||4 Star||2 Star||Stable|
|Ford Aspire||3 Star||2 Star||Unstable|
|Maruti Suzuki Ertiga||3 Star||3 Star||Unstable|
Mahindra XUV300 – 5 Stars Body Shell – Stable The new Mahindra XUV300 is the safest made in India car currently on sale in the Indian market. It scored a full 5 Star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test. The sub-compact SUV scored 5 Star rating for the adult occupant protection and 4 Star rating for child occupant protection.
Talking about its safety scores, the compact SUV scored an impressive 16.42 points out of 17 for the adult occupant protection and 37.44 out of 49 for the child occupant protection. The new Mahindra XUV 300 BS6 is currently priced between Rs.7.94 lakhs – Rs.12.29 lakhs. All prices stick to Ex-showroom Delhi.
Tata Altroz – 5 Stars Body Shell – Stable Next at the second spot, we have the Tata Altroz. The new Tata Altroz was launched in January this year. The folks at Tata Motors were so confident about the safety of the Altroz that they sent it for the crash test even before its official launch and it came out with flying colours.
The Altroz is the first premium hatch from Tata Motors and now it is also the safest hatchback in the country. The Tata Altroz has also scored a full 5 Star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test for the adult occupant protection and 3 Star rating for child occupant protection. Talking about its safety scores, the hatchback scored 16.13 points out of 17 for the adult occupant protection and 29.00 out of 49 for the child occupant protection.
The new Tata Altroz BS6 is currently priced between Rs.5.44 lakhs – Rs.8.95 lakhs, Ex-showroom Delhi. Tata Nexon – 5 Stars Body Shell – Stable The next car in our listicle is the Tata Nexon. Tata Nexon is a very popular sub-compact SUV in the Indian market. The Tata Nexon was the first Indian car to score a full 5 Star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test. In fact, the Tata Nexon made the Indians proud and also aware about the vehicular safety standards in the country.
The Nexon was awarded 5 Star safety rating in 2018 and since then at least some Indian customers (if not all) have even started prioritizing safety over anything else. The Nexon was awarded a full 5 Star safety rating for the adult occupant protection and 3 Star rating for child occupant protection. Talking about its safety scores, the compact SUV scored 16.06 points out of 17 for the adult occupant protection and 25.00 out of 49 for the child occupant protection.
At present, the new 2020 Tata Nexon BS6 is priced between Rs.6.99 lakhs – Rs.12.70 lakhs, Ex-showroom Delhi. Mahindra Thar – 4 Stars Body Shell – Stable Now, talking about the iconic off-roader ‘Thar’ which recently made a bold statement and won the title of India’s safest lifestyle vehicle and off-roader. The all-new 2020 Mahindra Thar was recently awarded a very impressive 4 Star safety rating at the Global NCAP crash test.
- The Thar has been awarded 4 Star safety rating for the adult occupant protection and also 4 Star rating for child occupant protection.
- Talking about its safety scores, this true 4×4 SUV scored 12.52 points out of 17 for the adult occupant protection and an impressive 41.11 points out of 49 for the child occupant protection.
It is worth mentioning that the Thar is the highest scorer for child occupant protection scored by any Indian car ever. The all-new 2020 Mahindra Thar BS6 is priced between Rs.11.90 lakhs – Rs.13.75 lakhs, Ex-showroom Delhi. Mahindra Marazzo – 4 Stars Body Shell – Stable Next, we have another car from Mahindra and it is not exactly a car, it is an MPV. The Mahindra Marazzo has scored an impressive 4 Star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test. The Mahindra Marazzo has been awarded 4 Star safety rating for the adult occupant protection and 2 Star rating for the child occupant protection. The next car in our listicle is the Volkswagen Polo. Volkswagen Polo is one of the safest hatchbacks currently on sale in the Indian market. The Polo is an enthusiasts delight and despite the fact that it is a too old car and lacks a lot of features, people still love it.
- The Volkswagen Polo has been awarded 4 Star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test.
- The Polo has been awarded 4 Star safety rating for the adult occupant protection and 3 Star rating for the child occupant protection.
- Talking about its safety scores, the VW Polo scored 12.54 points out of 17 for the adult occupant protection and 29.91 points out of 49 for the child occupant protection.
The new BS6 Volkswagen Polo is priced between Rs.5.87 lakhs – Rs.9.67 lakhs, Ex-showroom Delhi. Tata Tiago / Tigor – 4 Stars Body Shell – Unstable Next, once again we have two cars from the house of Bombay-based Indian car manufacturer – Tata Motors. The Tata Tiago and the Tigor were awarded an impressive 4 Star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test earlier this year. Both these entry-level Tata cars have been awarded 4 Star safety rating for the adult occupant protection and 3 Star rating for the child occupant protection.
What is Tata Steel ethical Behaviour?
We do not tolerate corrupt or fraudulent practices. We expect honesty, integrity and transparency in all aspects of our business from our employees, contractors and other business counterparts.
What are the Tata values and ethics?
Integrity, Responsibility, Excellence, Pioneering, and Unity.
What is the ethical value of Tata?
We believe in upholding the highest ethical standards in line with the Tata Group’s philosophy. Our business conduct is guided by the tenets of the Tata Code of Conduct (TCoC), and our employees and associates are expected to be aligned to the Code in letter and spirit so as to preserve our legacy, protect the group reputation and continuously earn the TRUST of our stakeholders.
- Eeping in mind our company’s globally dispersed organisation structure, we have reinforced our Ethics management structure to facilitate effective cascading of the Ethics process, guide stakeholders in upholding the Tata Code of Conduct and reinforce Tata values.
- We have an Ethics Council comprising a Chief Ethics Counsellor, Locational Ethics Counsellors in our key geographies as well as Lady Ethics Counsellors at various locations who address the requirements of women employees globally.
Ethics Council members can be freely accessed by anyone who wishes to raise a concern. To facilitate the process, concern boxes are placed at various locations.
Which car is 5 star in India?
Top 20 and Best Safest Cars in India with Global NCAP Rating 2023 – Of the 20 models listed here, safest cars in India with 5-star rating include the newly launched Volkswagen Virtus, Skoda Slavia, Mahindra Scorpio-N, Tata Punch, Mahindra XUV300, Tata Altroz, Tata Nexon and Mahindra XUV700. Here is the list of the safest cars in India, along with their GNCAP rating.
|Sl. No.||Car||GNCAP Rating – Adult Occupant score (Maximum 17 points)||GNCAP Rating – Child Occupant score (Maximum 49 points)||Ex-showroom price|
|1||Volkswagen Virtus/Skoda Slavia||5 stars (29.71 max.34 points)*||5 stars (42.00)||Rs.11.39 lakh to Rs.18.60 lakh|
|2||Skoda Kushaq/Volkswagen Taigun||5 stars (29.64 max.34 points)*||5 stars (42.00)||Rs.11.55 lakh to Rs.19 lakh|
|3||Mahindra Scorpio N||5 stars (29.25 max.34 points)*||3 stars (28.93)||Rs.12.73 lakh to Rs.24.03 lakh|
|4||Tata Punch||5 stars (16.45)||4 stars (40.89)||Rs.5.82 lakh to Rs.9.48 lakh|
|5||Mahindra XUV300||5 stars (16.42)||4 stars (41.66)||Rs.8.42 lakh to Rs.12.38 lakh|
|6||Tata Altroz||5 stars (16.13)||3 stars (29.00)||Rs.6.20 lakh to Rs.10.15 lakh|
|7||Tata Nexon||5 stars (16.06)||3 stars (25.00)||Rs.7.54 lakh to Rs.13.80 lakh|
|8||Mahindra XUV700||5 stars (16.03)||4 stars (41.66)||Rs.13.18 lakh to Rs.24.58 lakh|
|9||Honda Jazz||4 stars (13.89)||3 stars (31.54)||Rs.7.90 lakh to Rs.10.21 lakh|
|10||Toyota Urban Cruiser||4 stars (13.52)||3 stars (36.68)||Rs.9.02 lakh to Rs.11.73 lakh|
|11||Mahindra Marazzo||4 stars (12.85)||2 stars (22.22)||Rs.13.18 lakh to Rs.15.35 lakh|
|12||Mahindra Thar||4 stars (12.52)||4 stars (41.11)||Rs.13.53 lakh to Rs.16.02 lakh|
|13||Tata Tigor||4 stars (ICE – 12.52/EV – 12)||3 stars (34.15)||Rs.5.97 lakh to Rs.8.56 lakh|
|14||Tata Tiago||4 stars (12.52)||3 stars (34.15)||Rs.5.37 lakh to Rs.7.79 lakh|
|15||Maruti Suzuki Brezza||4 stars (12.51)||2 stars (17.93)||Rs.7.84 lakh to Rs.11.33 lakh|
|16||Renault Kiger||4 stars (12.34)||2 stars (21.05)||Rs.5.99 lakhs to Rs.10.57 lakh|
|17||Honda City (4th Generation)||4 stars (12.03)||4 stars (38.27)||Rs.9.50 lakh to Rs.9.99 lakh|
|18||Nissan Magnite||4 stars (11.85)||2 stars (24.88)||Rs.5.88 lakh to Rs.10.36 lakh|
|19||Renault Triber||4 stars (11.62)||3 stars (27.00)||Rs.5.88 lakh to Rs.8.45 lakh|
|20||Kia Carens||3 stars (9.30)||3 stars (30.99)||Rs.9.59 lakh to Rs.16.60 lakh|
Cars tested under the new test protocol with a maximum of 34 points for AOP.
Is Tata Harrier is a safe car?
Tata Harrier not tested by Global NCAP – Tata is yet to send the Harrier to Global NCAP for the safety rating test. Tata has remained tight-lipped on the reason for not sending the vehicle to the Global NCAP. However, according to the experts, a part Multijet engine in the Tata Harrier can intrude into the cabin of the RHD cars and injure the driver.
That is why Tata is yet to send the car for a crash safety test. Tata sources the diesel engine used in the Harrier and the Safari from Fiat. It is the same 2.0-litre diesel engine that is also available with the Jeep Compass and the MG Hector in the Indian market. However, numerous accidents in the past involving the Tata Harrier show how great the build quality of the SUV is.
In most accidents, the occupants walk out of the crash unhurt. In future, crash safety tests will become mandatory as the government has proposed. All the manufacturers will have to send the new cars for crash tests to get a safety star rating if the proposal becomes law.
Is Tata Nexon safe or not?
Crash test ratings are an important criteria for the new-age car buyers while making a purchase. Hence, here’s a list of top 5 safest cars in the country. – Indian car buyers are now inclined towards buying safe cars. The manufacturers are also making their products safer, and the crash test ratings from Global NCAP can be said as a big selling point for select models these days. The newest from Mahindra has topped our list of the top 5 safest cars in India. The Mahindra XUV700 boasts a 5-star crash test rating for adult safety. Also, it has received a 4-star crash test rating for child occupant safety. The SUV scored 16.03 points out of 17 points for adult safety, whereas it managed to bag 41.66 points out of 49 points for child occupant safety. Tata Punch Taking the second spot on this list is the Tata Punch. The micro SUV from the homegrown maker is proving to be a consistent performer for the brand. Also, it boasts 5- star and 4-star crash test ratings for adult safety and child safety ratings, respectively. Talking of figures, it scored 16.45 points for adult occupant safety and 40.89 points for child occupant safety. Mahindra XUV300 Mahindra XUV300 has secured the third position here, as it achieved 16.42 points out of a total of 17 for adult safety and 37.44 points out of 49 points for child occupant safety at Global NCAP’s testbed. The compact SUV has a 5-star crash test rating for adult safety and a 4-star crash test rating for child safety. Tata Altroz Tata Altroz is the safest hatchback in the country. It has a Global NCAP crash test rating of 5 stars for adult protection and 3 stars for child occupant protection. The Altroz received a score of 16.13 points for adult safety and 29 points for child safety at the Global NCAP’s test rig. Tata Nexon The last contender on our list of the top 5 safest cars in India is the Tata Nexon, with its 5-star crash test rating for adults and a 3-star rating for child occupants. In fact, the Nexon was one of the early receivers of a complete 5-star crash test rating with a score of 16.13 points out of 17 points.
Is it safe to buy Tata Steel?
Benchmark stock indices Sensex and Nifty closed higher on Monday as correction in IT stocks offset the heavy buying in index major Reliance Industries, The Sensex gained 63 points to settle at 65,344, while Nifty advanced 24 points to end at 19,355. Stocks that were in focus include names like Tata Steel, which gained 3.27%, Cyient, which declined 4.91% and Gland Pharma, whose shares rose 3.72% on Monday.
Here’s what Vikas Jain, Senior Research Analyst at Reliance Securities, recommends investors should do with these stocks when the market resumes trading today: Tata Steel – Buy The stock closed at a 4-month high with strong volumes and positive price action trending above its short and medium-term averages.
It is on the verge of a longer breakout from its long-term consolidation and poised for a fresh up move. Its higher bottoms on weekly charts protect the downside from current levels and risk-reward is in favour of longs. We expect the stock to re-test the intermediate highs of Rs 125 levels over the next few weeks.
Cyient – Book Profits A strong outperformer in the midcap IT sector, the stock surpassed its previous top and scaled a new all-time high. It witnessed a corrective action and slipped below the short-term averages after a lower top formation. There could be a price retracement of the previous up move and we expect the stock to test the lower band of weekly averages near Rs 1225-1250 levels.
RSI has also reversed from its higher range and expects to follow through along with the price move. Gland Pharma – Hold The stock has witnessed a vertical fall from its all-time high of Rs 4,350 levels in Aug’21 to a low of Rs 861 in May’ 23 over the past 21 months.
- Higher bottoms on monthly charts with positive price action and strong volumes indicate some strong buying at lower levels.
- On the higher side, the gap areas of Rs 1180-1200 will act as resistance; sustenance above these would give a strong breakout.
- One can hold the position with a stop of Rs 970 from current levels.
(Disclaimer: Recommendations, suggestions, views and opinions given by the experts are their own. These do not represent the views of Economic Times) (What’s moving Sensex and Nifty Track latest market news, stock tips and expert advice on ETMarkets,
What is the risk assessment of Tata Steel?
Commodity risks – Raw materials (mainly coal and iron ore) are a significant contributor to the input cost in steelmaking. These commodities have global supply chains and their prices get impacted by various factors such as dynamic geopolitical landscape, supply-demand imbalance, weather patterns, policy interventions by governments in key sourcing/ consuming countries (especially China), etc. Mitigation strategies There is a significant co-relation between raw material and steel prices (sometimes with a lag). The balance risk is addressed through matching the sales tenure with the procurement tenure (e.g. annual fixed price steel contract to have an underlying fixed price iron ore) either through physical contracts or through use of hedging instruments.
- We have also developed a predictive analytics tool to have advance information on price direction so as to optimise buying decisions.
- The captive/domestic raw materials provide another avenue to guard against volatility as they have relatively stable cost/price.
- Tata Steel has undertaken risk assessment to assess the capability of key vendors.
We proactively engage on assessing the risk of single geography sourcing and mitigations have been put in place to diversify sourcing and/ or find alternate materials. Strategic linkage SO1 Leadership in India SO2 Consolidate position as global cost leader Capitals impacted Financial capital Manufactured capital
Is Tata Steel good to hold?
Tata Steel stock rallied on the possibility of an uptick in the Chinese economy, but currently, the stock appears to be in a consolidation mode. – ₹ 138.63 on BSE on April 6, 2022.” fetchpriority=”high” srcset=”/_next/image?url=https%3A%2F%2Fimages.livemint.com%2Fimg%2F2023%2F02%2F24%2F1260x709%2Fscott-graham-5fNmWej4tAA-unsplash_1639049660507_1677221726267_1677221726267.jpg&w=1200&q=75 1x, /_next/image?url=https%3A%2F%2Fimages.livemint.com%2Fimg%2F2023%2F02%2F24%2F1260x709%2Fscott-graham-5fNmWej4tAA-unsplash_1639049660507_1677221726267_1677221726267.jpg&w=3840&q=75 2x” src=”https://localhost/_next/image?url=https%3A%2F%2Fimages.livemint.com%2Fimg%2F2023%2F02%2F24%2F1260x709%2Fscott-graham-5fNmWej4tAA-unsplash_1639049660507_1677221726267_1677221726267.jpg&w=3840&q=75″ decoding=”async” data-nimg=”intrinsic”> Tata Steel stock hit its 52-week high of ₹ 138.63 on BSE on April 6, 2022. A majority of analysts believe one should buy shares of Tata Steel at this point due to favourable fundamental and technical factors. Shares of the company have underperformed the BSE Metal index and the equity benchmark Sensex in the last one year. The stock hit its 52-week high of ₹ 138.63 on BSE on April 6, 2022. At the current juncture, the stock is down about 19 percent from its 52-week high level. In the last one year, shares of the company have gained just over 2 percent while the BSE Metal index and the BSE Sensex have gained over 6 percent and 9 percent, respectively. Tata Steel share price in the last one year. The stock’s trailing twelve months (TTM) price-to-earnings ratio (PE) is still above the industry median. As per Trendlyne, the stock’s TTM PE ratio stands at 8. The current PE of the stock, as per the BSE is 7.
Is Tata Steel BSL good or bad?
Tata Steel BSL is rated 4.0 out of 5, based on 586 reviews by employees on AmbitionBox. Tata Steel BSL is known for Job Security which is rated at the top and given a rating of 4.2. However, Career growth is rated the lowest at 3.6 and can be improved.