Data Entry

Company Name

Specialization Location Download Brochure Funding # of Emp Clients
ANODE TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD Data Entry Mumbai   Self Funding 25 DSFL,DTL,SHAREPRO,INTIME,GEGA INFOTECH,
BPO Info India Data Processing / Management, Data Conversion, Data Entry, e-publishing, Data Mining, Data Services Mumbai   Self 150 US, UK & India.
Cross-Tab Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd. Data Processing / Management, Market Research, Surveys, Data Entry, Data Mining Mumbai, Bangalore   Inditech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. 50 Indian Companies in the Financial Services, FMCG, Retail and Technology sector. Global Research agencies and Fortune 500 companies.
Deepak Software Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. Data Entry MUMBAI   N.A 30 N.A
Euclid Solutions Pvt. Ltd Data Processing / Management, Document Management, Data Conversion, Data Entry, e-publishing Mumbai   Private Limited 60 Semantec Datapro, Hitech Solutions, Gujarat Sysport Services, Gujarat Syscom Pvt Ltd.
Lester Incorporated Content Management, Data Capture & Processing, Chat Support, Data Entry, Accounts Receivable / Payable / Reconciliation Connecticut, Mumbai   Self 500 Leading publishers in the world, leading internet domain name registration company.
Nexustronics Datasystems Form Processing, Claims Processing, Data Capture & Processing, Data Conversion, Data Entry, Check Processing Mumbai   self 50 Indian IT companies
Patwa Group Email Support, Chat Support, Accounting & Finance, Data Entry Mumbai   Self 100  
Rehash Infotech Data Processing / Management, Data Conversion, Data Entry Mumbai   SELF. 50
Rhombus Technologies Email Support, Chat Support, B2B Lead Generation, Contact Center / Customer Care, Data Entry Mumbai   Self Funded. Rhombus is a US$1 Million Company. 40 Reliance Infocomm, Mumbai. Intrigue Learning, Canada. 300 Online Pharmacies in Canada & US.
RICO ITes Technical Support / IT Helpdesk, Inbound / Outbound voice, Data Conversion, Data Entry, Remote Network Monitoring, Helpdesk Services Mumbai   Rico is self-funded and financially strong. We are profitable as a company and have strong cash reserves to provide financial backing for future growth and investments. 50 AllStream Asia
Toyo Computers Pvt. Ltd. Data Capture & Processing, Data Conversion, Data Entry, Data Digitization, Engineering Services, CAD/GIS Mumbai   Self 33 Utilities (Electric, Telephone, Water), Map Publishing Companies, Municipalities & Local Government, Leading Engineering companies. Most of the clients from USA, Canada and Europe
Ultima Data Systems Data Processing / Management, Data Capture & Processing, Data Conversion, Data Entry, Data Digitization, Data Mining Mumbai   Private 40 Witsun Technologies Pvt Ltd, Expand Technologies, Palak Communication Pvt LTd.
Universal Computer Consultancy (Galagali Group) eLearning, Data Capture & Processing, Animation, Data Entry, XML Tagging, e-publishing Mumbai   Self funded 25 Clients in India, US, UK, Gulf
VSE India Data Processing / Management, Document Management, Data Conversion, Data Entry, e-publishing, Data Validation Services Mumbai   This Company is Own Funded 53 All MNC Market Research Agencies (T.N.S.India,ACNielsen India,Icon Added Value etc.)
Zecon Infotech Form Processing, eLearning, Claims Processing, Data Conversion, Data Entry, Data Mining Mumbai   Self Funding 50 MNC

 

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Call centres in Mumbai

CALL CENTERS – CENTRAL SUBURBS OF MUMBAI

1>> ORANGE

Location: Lower Parel, Mumbai
One of the major cellular operators in Mumbai, Orange scores over Airtel in Customer Service.

Entry Mechanism:
You should be a 12th pass.
There’s a group discussion and personal interview.

Pay Scale:
Freshers get a gross of around Rs.10K. Experience will get you somewhere around Rs.12K for an entry-level position.

Processes/Projects:
Everything Orange, be it Back-office, Marketing, Billing or Customer Service.

Transport:
No pick-ups but only home-drops after 10pm. Orange provides transport facilities till Dahisar on the Western line and till Chembur, on the Central line.

Other Facilities:
The cafeteria is not huge, but the food is good. Chicken Frankie, which costs only 20 bucks, is the best thing on the menu.
There are music-listening booths and bean bags.

2>> TRACMAIL

Location: Lower Parel, Mumbai
One of the first BPOs in town, it was a JV between Stream, a US company and TracMail, an Indian firm. Now it has been taken over by Infowavz.

Entry Mechanism:
Extempore, Grammar Test, Technical Test and a final personal interview with the HR.

Pay Scale:
Freshers can draw Rs.10K and experienced persons can expect around Rs.15K.

Processes/Projects:
Lexmark is a voice project while other processes include HP and PDA.

Transport:
There are ‘centralised’ pick ups and home-drops.

Other Facilities:
A fairly good cafeteria with a music system and a TV. Veg. Thali, the most popular dish costs around 20 bucks.
There are 2 carrom boards, a TT table and virtual reality games.

3>> WIPRO SPECTRAMIND

Location: Hiranandani Gardens, Powai
Spectramind was started by Raman Roy, and taken over by Wipro in 2002. One of the best companies to work for, given the brand name Wipro. Freshers have to sign a 1 year contract with the company.

Entry Mechanism:
One has to face 3 personal interviews and a Grammar Test.
For technical positions, there is an additional personal interview with the Operations Manager and a Technical Test.

Pay Scale:
Freshers get about Rs.8.5K. Those with experience or in technical positions can get up to Rs.18K.

Processes/Projects:
Delta Airways, American Express, CapitalOne, AOL and Dell.

Transport:
The USP of Wipro is its transport facility. It offers a 24-hour home pick-up/ drop.

Other Facilities:
A good café. The ‘Chicken Lunch’ for Rs.25 is the most popular, along with the Veg. Pattice which costs only Rs.8.
Foodies have the option of a HotCorn and a Monginis stall.
The canteen has 4 TVs.
There’s carrom in the canteen itself.
There is also a TT table and a badminton court along with a gym.

4>> WNS

Location: Vikhroli, Mumbai
One of India’s biggest BPOs, WNS has operations in Mumbai, Pune and Nashik.

Entry Mechanism:
There’s a Reading Test, Psychometric Test, personal interview with the HR and another personal interview with the Operations Manager.
There’s a group discussion and personal interview.

Pay Scale:
For a fresher, it pays around Rs.10K while experienced folks get around Rs.15K.

Processes/Projects:
Travelocity and Virgin Atlantic are among the processes for Voice operations. There’s also a back-office project for British Airways.

Transport:
Centralised with pick-ups/ drops to and from Malad, Andheri and Bandra station.

Other Facilities:
The canteen is regular, and has 2 TVs.
Employees get food coupons.

5>> ZENTA

Location: Hiranandani Gardens, Powai
Zenta is a 50-50 joint venture between the Hiranandani Group and a big financial group in the US. A totally outbound call centre.

Entry Mechanism:
There’s a GD, Grammar Test and a personal interview.

Pay Scale:
6 day work week. Freshers get a gross of around Rs.10K. Some experienced people draw only Rs.10.5K. Each appraisal increases your salary by a 1000 bucks.

Processes/Projects:
American Express, Chase Mortgage & Discover.

Transport:
Pick ups & drops from Thane to Virar.

Other Facilities:
A regular call center canteen.
CALL CENTER LIST – WESTERN SUBURBS

6>> E SERVE

Location: Goregaon, Mumbai
e-Serve, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Citibank International. They sometimes recruit CAs for the Team Leader position, because almost all processes are banking and finance related.

Entry Mechanism:
Group discussions, Aptitude Test & Personal interview.
Also takes undergrads.

Pay Scale:
Freshers earn around Rs.10K while experienced people can earn up to Rs.18K.

Processes/Projects:
Triton, Crest, Sunshine, UK Cards, Legal Eagle and Bullet Train.

Transport:
Home pick-up/drop from 10pm to 6am. The station transport is regular.

Other Facilities:
A huge canteen is coming up, and will have a counter for ‘Health Foods’. Meanwhile employees are served free food in a small makeshift canteen. Dinner is served from 9.30pm to 1.30am while breakfast time is 2.30am to 6am.
It has a dartboard and a basketball court.
The downside is that there is no TT table or carrom board.
There’s no Internet access either.

7>> IYG(Its Your Group)

Location: Borivali, Mumbai
IYG stands for Its Your Group, a small-time call centre.

Entry Mechanism:
There’s a Grammar Test, Listening Test, Typing Test and then a Personal Interview.
Sometimes a telephonic round is also held.

Pay Scale:
Undergrads can expect around Rs.8K, while graduates without experience get Rs.11K. Experience can get you not more than Rs.14K.

Processes/Projects:
It has UK processes like J.D. Williams and ICM, which is a outbound research process.

Transport:
Since there are all UK processes, home-drops are provided up to Mira Road and Vashi.

Other Facilities:
There is no canteen and employees usually order food from outside.
There’s only a carrom board in the recreation room.
You can surf the Internet on your work PC, with prior permission from the team leader, if the call flow is low.

8>> SITEL

Location: Saki Naka, Andheri, Mumbai
Headquartered in Atlanta, Sitel is mainly known for its technical processes. It also has a branch in the Philippines.

Entry Mechanism:
An Interview or a GD, Grammar Test, Computer Test, Telephonic round followed by a final Interview with the Team Leader or the Operations Manager.

Pay Scale:
For a non-tech position, freshers can expect a gross of Rs.13K, which goes upto Rs.18-19K, depending on experience. For technical positions, the salaries are higher. Salary includes food coupons worth 250 bucks.

Processes/Projects:
Dell is the biggest process here, along with GMCA.

Transport:
There are centralised pick ups and drops from Ghatkopar, Kurla and Andheri stations. Odd timings get home pick-up and drops. The vehicles are Indicas and Sumos with some Scorpios!

Other Facilities:
A regular cafetaria.
The recreation aroom has 4 PCs for net surfing. There’s also carrom and a dartboard.

9>> SUTHERLAND

Location: Opp. Just Parathas, Malad, Mumbai
Sutherland as a BPO is less than 2 years old in Mumbai, although it’s already a big name in South India.

Entry Mechanism:
There’s a Grammar Test, Technical Test, and two personal interviews – one with HR and the other with the Team Leader or the Operations Manager.

Pay Scale:
It pays around Rs.10K for a fresher and about Rs.19K for the most experienced candidate with troubleshooting and other technical certifications.

Processes/Projects:
HP, Dell and Symantec.

Transport:
The station transport is regular. Home pick-ups/ drops for those who work between 10.30pm to 6am.

Other Facilities:
A regular canteen.

10>> TRANSWORKS

Location: Chandivali, Andheri, Mumbai
TransWorks is a part of the Aditya Birla Group.

Entry Mechanism:
Two Grammar Tests, a Listening Test, a Typing Test, a PERSONAL INTERVIEW with HR and a final personal interview with the Operations Manager.

Pay Scale:
Pays around Rs.9K gross for a fresher.

Processes/Projects:
The most prestigious project is Discover, a credit card selling project. Other processes include j2, Citibank, CallWave, Travelex and a web process called Columbia House.

Transport:
There are home pick-ups/drops from 10.30pm to 6am.

Other Facilities:
Employees get food coupons worth 450 bucks.
The recreation room is quite large, and even has 6-7 bean bags to crash on. It has 2 pool tables, one TT table, a carrom board, and 2 PCs for Internet surfing.
NEW BOMBAY / NAVI MUMBAI

11>> GTL (Global Telesystems Ltd.)

Location: Electronics Sadan, Mahape, Navi Mumbai
With business units at Pune and Mahape, it was one of the very first BPOs to open in the country.

Entry Mechanism:
For a fresher – GD, Written Grammar Test, Listening Test, Reading Test and a final interview with HR.
For experienced persons – Interview, most likely preceded by a Reading Test.

Pay Scale:
Rs.10.5K for freshers. For those with experience, be it in selling or customer service, anywhere btwn Rs.11K and Rs.17K.

Processes/Projects:
TDiscover Card, the fourth largest credit card in the US. Other processes include Tele2 and O2.

Transport:
One of the very few call centres to offer any time pick-up and drop facility. Irrespective of shift timings, employees get a drop home.

Other Facilities:
Employees get 30 coupons, each worth 12 bucks. The canteen is 4,-5,000 sq. feet large and houses a Monginis. According to Swapneel, who worked at GTL for 8 months, “the juices are pathetic and should be avoided”.
There is the full-fledged gym with a trainer and nutrition expert.
Employees can also play table tennis, or use 1 of 8 computers for Internet.

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This is Mumbai

Mumbai-Guide

Buggy RideMumbai is divided into straight lines in terms of places starting from South Mumbai to North Mumbai, etc.. Also Mumbai Suburbs are known as East or West as per their location on either side of the railway tracks. We are taking Colaba as the point of commencing the guided tour and will follow the path accordingly.

1. Colaba: Colaba is the gateway of Mumbai where a majority of the   tourists stay. It starts with Gateway Of India the landmark of Mumbai, the  Taj Mahal Hotel opposite the Gateway Of India and Radio Club situated on the other side. From Gateway Of India, a boat service is available if you would like to just go for a boat ride or to go to the Elephanta Caves. There are a lot of places to stay round and about The Taj and many restaurants to wine and dine in Colaba. Cottage Emporium next to The Taj is quite famous for shopping for visiting tourists. Take a buggy Ride at night from Colaba to Churchgate if you would like to experience Mumbai well. (Km-0)



Regal Cinema-Colaba 2. Nariman Point/Cuffe Parade: Nariman Point is one of the posh areas of Mumbai and the business hub of Mumbai. However with the change in economic conditions, many Corporates have been shifted/re-located to other areas of Mumbai i.e. Parel, Worli, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Andheri-Kurla Road and Powai. The top end hotel THE OBEROI is located here with a number of Airlines Offices in this area. (Km-2/mile-1.4)

Cuffe Parade is one of the high-end areas where the famous World Trade Centre and Unit Trust of India offices are located. The also famous PRESIDENT HOTEL is located here. Navy Nagar/Army cantonment area is located here which is the boundary of Mumbai.(Km-3/mile-2)

3Rajabai Tower. Churchgate: One of the most prominent disembarking stations for Western Railway local trains, millions of people visit the same for boarding locals. The Railway Booking Office and Department of Tourism Office are located near Churchgate station. From Churchgate one Road goes to Flora Fountain and one to the famous Marine Drive. Famous sari shops Kalaniketan and Roopkala are situated here.(Km-2/mile 1.4)



4.Prince of Wales Museum Flora Fountain: Known, as Fountain area which is prominent hub for commercial activity of Mumbai as all the Major banks are located here Hence encash your Traveller’s Cheques here. Also country’s premier stock exchange Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) is situated here.(Km-0.5/mile-0.3)

V.T. Station 5. V.T.: At the other end of Fountain is Victoria Terminus now known as Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus which is the disembarking station for Central Railway local Trains and Long-distance trains. Opposite V.T. is The Times Of India building, the oldest and favourite daily newspaper of Mumbai. Adjacent to V.T. station is G.P.O.General Post Office. The road further goes up to Ballard Estate where a lot of Corporate Offices and Mumbai Port is situated.(Km-1/mile-0.6)

6. Marine Lines: From V.T. you can walk up to Metro Theatre near Marine Lines on one end and Crawford Market at the other. All the private buses for Goa start near Metro. Marine Drive Marine Lines is mainly famous for Textile Market and other wholesale markets. One of the main areas of Marine Lines are Princess Street and Kalbadevi. Try Kulfi (local Ice-cream) famous at Parsi Dairy Farm situated at Princess Street. Adjacent to Kalbadevi is Bhuleshwar area the oldest area of Mumbai where lot of traditional textiles are available. From Crawford Market you can go to Mohmad Ali Road/Bhindibazar the Muslim populated area. Do visit Rajdhani Restaurant Malbar Hill

near Mangaldas Market for good Gujarati Thali and have famous Falooda (Milk shake with Ice Cream ) at Badshah Cold Drink House, opposite the Crawford Market. (Km-3/mile-1.8)
7. Marine Drive/Chowpatty Beach: Popularly known as Queens’s Necklace this road starts from Nariman Point parallel to the Seaface via Chowpatty beach and goes on to Walkeshwar. Chowpatty beach is popular for celebrations of Coconut day and Ganesh Chaturthi immersions and for beach sports. On the beach are statues of India’s Freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak and Vithalbhai Patel who symbolize the freedom struggle. Do visit CreamCentre restaurant opposite Chowpatti beach for Chole-bhatura(a spicy dish made of fried puri and vegetable) and Ice cream.
(Km-3/mile-1.8)



8. Walkeshwar/Malabarhill: At the end of Chowpatty on the slopes of Malabar hill is Kamla Nehru Park which is mainly a Children’s park named after the wife of India’s first Prime Minister. Do visit Cafe Naaz at Malabarhill and have beer and French fries or just enjoy the panoramic view of Mumbai.(Km-4/mile-2.5)

9. Kemps Corner/Breach Candy: Kemp’s Corner is the Junction of Khambala Hill and August Kranti Maidan situated near Nana Chowk. Breach Candy is a popular spot for shopping renowned departmental stores in Mumbai being Benzer, Amarsons, Premsons, Hastkala, Raymonds and Sheetal. Also at the end of the road you have the famous Mahalaxmi  Temple. (Km-7/mile-4.5)

10. Haji AliHaji Ali Circle: Further down the road, you pass through one of the most prominent circles of Mumbai . Heera Panna Complex is situated just there which is famous for imported goods. On the Haji Ali Circle is the Haji Ali fruit Juice stall which is famous. Durgah situated in the sea is a religious shrine for the Muslim Community.(Km-7/mile-4.5)

11. Worli: An answer to Nariman Point is the second largest area of offices of corporates. Situated here are Nehru Science Center, National Stock Exchange (NSE) at Mahindra Towers. When in Worli, visit the famous Jewel of India restaurant. Nehru Center is one of the most prominent place for trade exhibitions. Worli Sea Face is ideal for evening strolls as no shops and establishments are permitted on this road. The famous Worli dairy is situated opposite the Worli Sea Face. Also Regional Transport Authority (RTO) controlling traffic of Mumbai is situated here.(Km-9/mile-5.5)

12. Siddhivinayak TemplePrabhadevi: At the end of Worli, Prabhadevi starts where the renowned Siddhivinayak Temple is located. The Tuesday darshans are of most importance for devotees. From one side of Prabhadevi you can go to Dadar, a bustling area populated largely by Maharashtrians and famous transit point of Central/Western Railway traffic. Dadar houses the famous Shivsena Bhawan on on side and Shivaji Park on the other. From Dadar, you can visit the Central Mumbai suburbs i.e. Matunga, Kings Circle, Chembur.(Km-11/mile-7 mile)

13. Bandra: This ‘Queen of the Suburbs’ is largely populated by Catholics and is one of the most cosmopolitan areas of Mumbai. You can shop at Linking Road for footwear and leather goods. Macdonald’s located on Linking Road is famous for its fast food. If you like to shop for Gold/Silver you could do so at the jewellery shops located on Waterfield Road. Mount Mary Basilica The Mount Mary Basilica is located here where in September of every year the feast of our Lady of the Mount is celebrated followed by a week-long Fair. Band Stand is located in Bandra which is ideal for a leisurely stroll in the evening. In fact if you visit this area you will find a lot of families and friends enjoying the fresh air along this seafront and having the famous Indian snack bhel-puri. The famous Agnel Ashram is located on Bandstand. Jogger’s Park is located on the other end of Bandstand which is the ideal haven for joggers. (Km-13/mile-10)

14. Santacruz: The domestic airport is located between Santacruz and Vile Parle suburbs on the highway. This airport handles mainly domestic schedules of Indian airlines and Private Operators. When in Santacruz suburb, don’t miss Kobe famous for its  sizzlers. (Km-15/mile-9)

15. Juhu: From Bandra two roads are divided i.e. S.V. Road and Linking Road. Linking Road takes you to the famous Juhu Beach where Mumbai’s big hotels are situated. Juhu Beach is famous for Sunday evening outings  for Mumbaites. Also Iscon Temple is situated here which is famous for Hare Rama Hare Krishna movement and the evening aarti. Visit Hotel Woodlands at J.V.P.D. Scheme for pure South Indian food which is situated next to the Kala Niketan Saree Shop. (Km-16/mile-10)


16. Irla/Andheri(West): From Juhu beach the same is located near Cooper Hospital. It is famous for shopping imported items. At Andheri  Shopper’s Stop is one of the biggest shopping malls of Mumbai and is famous for its quality merchandizing. Visit Radakrishna Restaurant opposite Shopper’s Stop recently renovated for delicious South Indian Cuisine.Also at Andheri situated are Versova/Four Bungalows/Seven Bungalows areas.  Located near the sea these are ideal residental areas. Lokhandwala
Complex situated near Four Bungalows area, is one of the biggest uppermiddle class residential complexes now developing as shopping areas. Macdonald’s also has a branch here. Visit Hindola restaurant situated at Lokhandawala Complex for unlimited 50-75 items buffet.(Km-19/mile-10)

17. Andheri(East): The most commercially upcoming and developing area of Mumbai. Lots of Flyovers are being constructed on the highway for smooth flow of traffic. The new building EAGLE’S FLIGHT adjacent to Andheri flyover is gaining popularity as a new theatre. CINEMAGIC has opened there.(Km-19/mile-12)

18. Sahar: From Andheri to Sakinaka you have to go to Sahar Airport to board your flight back to your destination. The Leela Kempsinki Hotel is situated here. Sakinaka is the busiest junction of Mumbai. From here you can move to Powai on one end and Kurla on other end. Powai is the new hub of construction i.e. Hirandani Gardens. (Km-23/mile-14)

19. Goregaon/Malad: Goregaon is midway between Borivli and Andheri. CITYCENTER the popular shopping mall is here. Malad is famous for Marve/Aksa/Erangal beaches where the famous Raheja group hotels Resort/Retreat are located. A new movie theater MOVIETIME has opened in Malad where you can book tickets on the net. (Km-30/mile-18)

20. EsselworldKandivli/Borivli: Distinct suburbs after Malad mainly populated by   Gujaratis. There is a lot of development in these areas due to Charkop and Lokhandawala projects. Borivali is the starting station for Western Railway for Mumbai octroi limits. However trains go up to Virar in Thane District. The Navratri festival is most popular here. Indraprashta complex at Borivali is a famous shopping mall. Ferry station for Gorai Beach and famous Esselworld/Waterworld resorts.(Km-35/mile-21)

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Malls in Mumbai

Akruti (Upcoming)

L.B.S. Marg, Near Kanjurmarg Station, Kanjur Marg (W), Mumbai.

 

Akruti One World Mall (Upcoming)

N. S. Phadke Marg, Opp. Telli Gully, Andheri (E),Mumbai -69

 

Akruti One World Mall (Upcoming)

Panchpakahdi, Thane, Contact: 9833453517

 

Atria Mall

Next to Nehru Planetarium, Dr. Annie Beasant road, Worli, Mumbai.
Tel:24813333/24986644
Email: sales@atriamumbai.com

Shops in Atria Mall

 

Bandra Drive IN (Upcoming)

Bandra (East)

 

Bombay Metal (Upcoming)

Thane

 

Centurion (Upcoming)

Vashi

Center One Shopping Mall

Sector 30 Vashi,
Navi Mumbai / Vashi – 400050
Tel: 27812222 / 27812317
Email: info@centeronemall.com

Shops in Center One

 

Cine World

Thane

 

City Centre

Goregaon (W)

Shops in City Centre

 

City Centre(Upcoming)

Palm Beach Road, Vashi

 

Orchid City Centre

1st floor, Bellasis Road, Mumbai Central(E), Mumbai-400008, Tel: 66104300

Shop Timing: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Shops in Orchid City Centre

Cross Road Mall

Haji Ali
Mumbai – 400034

Shops in Crossroad

 

Cross Road 2

Opposite Bajaj Bhavan, Nariman Point
Mumbai 400 021

Shops in Crossroad 2

 

The Dreams Mall (Upcoming)

Near Bhandup railway station, Bhandup(West)

 

The Dreams Mall (Upcoming)

Borivali

The Dreams Mall (Upcoming)

Vashi

 

Earth Castle Mall

Opp. Sikka Nagar
Charni Road (W)

Shops in Earth Castle Mall

 

Eastern Mall

Malad(E)

Shops in Eastern Mall

 

E Mall

3 Hath Naka
Eastern Express highway, Thane
Mumbai – 400602

Shops in E Mall

 

Eternity Mall

Teen Hath Naka, Eastern Express highway, near Woodland Restaurant, Thane (West)
Tel: 25823438 / 26481225

Shops in Eternity Mall

 

Evershine Mall (Upcoming)

Malad (West)

 

Fantasia (Upcoming)

Vashi

 

Fun Republic

Plot No. 844/4, 4, Shah Industrial Estate,
New Link Road, Andheri – West
# 2673 4343

Shops in Fun Republic

 

Fun Zone

Borivali (West)

 

Globus

Hill Road, Bandra. Tel: 26436070
Kalaghoda, Fort. Tel: 22640160
Eternity Mall, Thane. Tel:32444386
http://www.globus.in

 

Grauer and Weil (Upcoming)

 

Kandivali (East)

 

 

Haiko Mall

Powai

Shops in Haiko Mall

HI ! LIFE Mall (Upcoming)

Sir P.M. Road, near Santacruz Rly. Stn., Santacruz(W), Mumbai-400054, Cell: 9821117014/9820152043

 

High Street Phoenix

462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Shops in High Street Phoenix

 

Huma Mall

Kanjurmarg Mumbai

Shops in Huma Mall

 

Hypercity

Next to Inorbit Mall
Malad Link Road
Malad (West)
Mumbai 400 064

Tel: +91 – 22 – 40078400
Email: customerservice@hypercityindia.com

Store Hours:   Monday – Sunday – 11.00 am to 10.00 pm

Infinity Mall

Link Rd., Lokhandwala, Andheri West,
Mumbai 400 053

Shops in Infinity Mall

Inorbit Mall – Malad

Inorbit Malls India (Pvt.) Ltd., Mindspace, Link Road,
Malad (W), Mumbai – 400 064
Ph: 91-22-56777999 / Fax: 91-22-56777555

Busses: 79 / 180 / 204 / 205 / 256 / 259 / 204 / 210 / 224 / 241 / 707
( Stop name: Vinay Industry or Sabkuch Market)

Shops in Inorbit Mall

Inorbit Mall (Upcoming)

Opp. Vashi Station

Kalpataru (Upcoming)

S.V. Road, Kandivali (East)

KBN

Linking Road, Bandra (W)

Lake City Mall

Lake City Mall (Thane), Kapurbawdi Junction ,Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W),
# 2542 6644

Shops in Lakecity Mall

Leo Mall

Quarry Road, Bhandup(West)

Magnet (Upcoming)

Living Point, Mangatram, Bhandup(West)

Megamart

Kanjurmarg – Huma Mall 25775149
Kandivali East – Thakur Complex 28541877
Parel – Dr. Ambedkar Rd. 24147651
Chembur – Opp Suman nagar 25274759
Vashi Sec-28 – Nr. Blue Diamond Hotel 30996184
Thane – Kamgar Hospital Rd. 39571312

Mega Mall (Upcoming)

Lokhandwala, Kandivali (East)

Megapolis (Upcoming)

Eastern Express, Thane

Milan Dynamix (Upcoming)

Santacruz (West)

MINI MART

Building: SHOP NO 2 RNA MILLENIUM TOWER
Street: M G RD
Location: OPP MAHARASHTRA NGR NR DHANUKARWADI
Area: KANDIVILI W – Pin: 400067
Tel.: 32515644,
Mobile.: 9819906305

Nakshatra Mall

Ranade Road, Dadar

Shops in Nakshatra Mall

Nirmal Lifestyle

LBS Marg

Shops in Nirmal Lifestyle

Nirmal Lifestyle 2 (Upcoming)

Mulund

Oberoi (Upcoming)

Goregaon (East)

Palm Beach Galleria (Upcoming)

Vashi

Platinum Mall

Shops in Platinum Mall

Prime Mall (Upcoming)

Irla, Vile Parle (W)

Shops in Prime Mall

Quorum Mall

Lower Parel

Raghuleela Mega Mall – Kandivali (W)

Behind Poisar Depot, S. V. Road, Kandivali (W)
Ph: 9821055896 / 9820098523
Timings:

Busses:

Shops in Raghuleela Mall

Raghuleela (Upcoming)

opp. railway station, Vashi

Rassaz Shopping Mall

Opp Asmita Singapore Plaza, Station Road , Mira Road (E), Dist-Thane

Shops in Rassaz Shopping Mall

Runwal Mall

Mulund (West)

R Mall

Lbs Marg Mulund (W)
Shop 12 3rd Fl
Mumbai – 400080

Shops in R Mall

Saga Departmental Stores

Bandra (W)

Shops in Saga Departmental Stores

Sej Plaza (Upcoming)

Junction of Marve Road & S.V. Road, Malad(West)
Ph: 65064177 / 9867210001 , 9820580136 / http://www.shreelaxmi.com

Sheth Mall (Upcoming)

Eastern Express, Thane

Sheth Mall (Upcoming)

Prabhadevi

Shoppers Stop – Juhu

Grd Floor, Dynamix Mall, Sant Dhyaneshwar Marg, JVPD scheme
Next to Chandan Cinema Hall, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai-400049
Ph: 26256316 / 7
Timings: 11.00 am – 9.30 pm. open on all days

Busses: 28 / 203 / 80 ( Stop name: Chandan Cinema) or 33 / 38 / 79 / 200 / 203 / 222 / 224 / 241 / 255 / 256 / 221 / 424 / 707 (Stop name: JVPD Scheme)

Shoppers Stop – Andheri (W)

211-D,S.V. Road, Andheri (W), Mumbai – 400058.
Ph: 26240451-55
Timings: 10:30 – 8:30
Busses:

Shoppers Stop – Chembur

Krushal Commercial Complex, M.G. Road, Near Chembur Station Flyover,
Mumbai – 400079.
Ph: 25275802
Timings: 10:30 – 8:30

Busses:

Shoppers Stop – Bandra

Suburbia, (Old Bandra Talkies), Linking Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai – 400050.
Ph: 26435424
Timings: 10:30 – 8:30

Busses:

Shoppers Stop – Kandivili

41, Naman Plaza, Opposite Thatai Bhatia Hall, Shanker Lane, S.V. Road,
Kandivili (W), Mumbai – 400067.
Ph: 28012890
Timings: 10:30 – 8:30

Busses:

Shoppers Stop – Mulund

Nirmal Lifestyle, L.B.S Marg, Mulund (W).
Ph: 25935001
Timings: 10:30 – 8:30

Busses:

Shoppers Stop – Malad

Inorbit Malls India (Pvt.) Ltd., Mindspace, Link Road,
Malad (W), Mumbai – 400 064
Ph: 91-22-56777999 / Fax: 91-22-56777555

Busses: 79 / 180 / 204 / 205 / 256 / 259 / 204 / 210 / 224 / 241 / 707
( Stop name: Vinay Industry or Sabkuch Market)

Super Mall

Raheja Classic Complex, Oshiwara, Andheri Link Rd,
Andheri (w), Mumbai – 400058
# 55021345
Email: westside18@trent-tata.com

The Hub

Nirlon Compound, Western Express Highway, Goregaon East
Office: 159 CST Road, Kalina, Santacruz(E)
Tel: 56402331 / 159

Shops in The Hub Mall

Tresorie

60 A, Linking Road, Mumbai-54, Tel: 26608042 / 0243

V Mall

Western Express Highway, Kandivali (East)

Shops in V Mall

Wonder Mall

Ghodbunder Road, Thane(W)

WESTSIDE DEPARTMENTAL STORE – FOUNTAIN/TRENT LTD

Building: ARMY & NAVY BLDG GRD FLR
Street: 148 MAHATMA GANDHI RD
Location: KALA GHODA
Area: FORT – Pin: 400001
Tel.: 56360499,56360500,
Fax.: 56360493,

WESTSIDE DEPARTMENTAL STORE – GRANT ROAD/TRENT LTD

Street: 39 N S PATKAR MG
Area: GRANT ROAD – Pin: 400007
Tel.: 23841729,23841730,
Fax.: 23841702

WESTSIDE DEPARTMENTAL STORE – ANDHERI/TRENT LTD

Building: INFINITY RAHEJA CLASSIC COMPLEX
Street: ANDHERI LINK RD
Location: NR FAME ADLABS CINEMA
Area: ANDHERI W – Pin: 400058
Tel.: 67021345,67021346,
Fax.: 67021347

WESTSIDE DEPARTMENTAL STORE MULUND

Building: R MALL GRD FLR
Street: LBS MG
Area: MULUND W – Pin: 400080
Tel.: 67554281,67554282,67554283,67554284,67554285,67554
Fax.: 67554287,

Crossroads mall

Crossroads Mall at TardeoCrossroads is the first ever full fledged shopping mall in Mumbai, and perhaps in India. Opened in 1999 by Piramal Holdings Ltd., a subsidiary of a major pharmaceutical group, it is India’s first mall management company. The mall covers an area of 150,000 square feet (14,000 m²), spread over four buildings in the heart of the city.

Its ideal location in the upmarket South Mumbai precinct of Tardeo, along with the novelty factor of a shopping mall, turned out be the cause of its instant success. Hundreds of people from every corner of the city cone to experience shopping, entertainment and food in an international ambience everyday, in what is being termed as ‘shoppertainment experience’. Today the mall is just one amongst the dozens of new malls mushroomed in ever nook and corner of the city.

The company’s second mall in south Mumbai, called CR2 is at Nariman Point, and has among other things, a five cinema multiplex by INOX, food courts, entertainment and amusement facilities and an eight-level parking. There is also an annexe of the Crossroads Mall being opened just opposite the original structure called Baysidemall, which will house small shops selling specific items. Plans are also in place to construct new Crossroads Mall at Pune and in other parts of India to capitalise on the Crossroads brand.