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STATISTICAL ANALYSIS

Founded in the year 1945 by JRD Tata Key people are

Ratan Tata, Chairman Ravi Kant( Vice Chairman ) Carl Peter Forster, CEO Prakash Telang, MD (India Operations) Ravi Pisharody, President (CVBU) Produces automobiles and engines Indias largest automobile company, with consolidated net profit of 9,274 crore (US$2.07 billion) in 201011 Second largest car seller company after maruti employs 50000 workers has auto manufacturing and assembly plants in Jamshedpur, Pantnagar, Lucknow, Sanand, Dharwad and Pune in India, as well as in Argentina, South Africa, Thailand and the United Kingdom

MONTHLY INVENTORY DATA


Months Apr'10 May'10 Jun'10 Jul'10 Aug'10 Sep'10 Oct'10 Nov'10 Dec'10 Jan'11 Feb'11 Mar'11 Apr'11 May'11 Jun'11 July'11 Aug'11 Total Production Sales 20446 19762 20008 18618 23791 24209 23759 24613 23321 22312 17821 20561 23025 21089 13093 12234 13919 16941 25278 25750 31559 27272 29837 22841 21723 19544 17789 16280 19217 18522 19985 13997 13854 13508 358425

338053

35000

30000

25000

20000

Production Sales
15000

10000

5000

0 Apr'10 May'10 Jun'10 Jul'10 Aug'10 Sep'10 Oct'10 Nov'10 Dec'10 Jan'11 Feb'11 Mar'11 Apr'11 May'11 Jun'11 July'11 Aug'11

LEARNINGS
Market demand for cars of Tata Motors is high in the first half of the year but it is gradually decreasing in the second half. This can be concluded from the last three half yearly data. In the last seventeen months there best sales report is in last quarter of 2010-11 financial year. Because of the high demand in last quarter they also produce large quantity in the last and first quarter. The surplus production is balanced meeting the demand of remaining quarters .

DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS (CARS in TATA MOTORS)


Production Central Tendency Mean Median Mode Spread Standard Deviation Variance Coefficient of Variation Quartile 1 Quartile2 Quartile3 Shape Skewenss Kurtosis .115242881 0.00155046 .08843741 -.74884 4966.782862 24668932 23.56% 17805 20446 23775 5358.601507 28714610.11 26.95% 16610.5 19762 23525 21083.823 20446 19170.354 19885.470 19762 19515.06 Sales

Analysis
Introduction:
A skewness value of zero indicates a symmetrical distribution. a positive value indicates right-skewness whereas a negative value indicates left-skewness. Kurtosis measures the relative concentration of values in center of the distribution, as compared with the tails. A Kurtosis value of zero indicates a bell-shaped distribution. A negative value indicates a distribution that is flatter than a bell-shaped distribution. A positive value indicates a distribution with a sharper peak than a bell-shaped distribution.

Examining:
There is a difference in the coefficient of variation of production

and sales. The production is having the CV as 23.56% compared to sales 26.95%. Thus there is no much difference in the monthly production and sales of cars. Sales has larger standard deviation than the production. Both the sales and production are positively skewed i.e. , right skewness. As the distribution of data is skewed to the right, the mode is less than the median, which is less than the mean. Production exhibited positive Kurtosis, meaning that the distribution of the returns had a sharper peak than a bell shaped distribution. Whereas sales is negative kurtosis indicating that it is flatter than a bell shaped distribution.

The positive skewness of production and sales signify that they

Conclusion

both have a positive trend and there is no delay in either processes.


But despite of this positive overall trend, according to coefficient

of variation, the sales are volatile and uneven throughout the year.
The negative kurtosis of sales signifies that there is greater risk

involved in it where as the positive kurtosis of production shows that it has lesser risk.