Here's how many jobs India's top 50 companies created in last 10 years

India's top 50 companies by market capitilisation have created over 13 lakh jobs in ten year time horizon between 2009 to 2018 as per data derived from CMIE.
In every year except the fiscal 2017-18 there was a net increase in job creation by these top 50 companies. However in the fiscal 2017-18 there was a net decrease of 1.5 per cent or 34,347 jobs in the total  workforce of these top fifty companies.
The top 10 corporate employers in India are namely TCS, Larsen & Toubro, State bank of India, Wipro, Indian Oil, HDFC, Tech Mahindra, ICICI, Axis bank and Ultra Tech cements. Together these ten companies provide employment to 15.84 lakh employees which is a massive 68 per cent of the total employment created by top 50 companies in India.
TCS (Tata Consultancy Services) has remained the top corporate employer in India having 4.11 lakh employees on its payroll as of March 31, 2018. TCS has been the top employer since 2015-16 by de-throwning Larsen & Toubro which was the largest listed corporate employer in India till 2014-15. In the last ten years TCS's employee strength has increased by 226 per cent.
Larsen & Toubro is the second biggest listed corporate employer in India. As of March 31, 2018 L&T provides employment to over 3 lakh people. The total employee strength of L&T peaked in the year 2014-15 when it employed 4.55 lakh people. However since FY15, the employee strength of L&T has reduced by over one-third to 3.07 lakh.
State Bank of India (SBI) is the third biggest employment providing corporate in India. It is the largest financial services conglomerate in India. As of March 2018, SBI employed 2.64 lakh people through its network of over 24,000 branches. In the last ten fiscals the employee strength of SBI has increased by 28 per cent.
Wipro secured the fourth spot in the top employer's list by employing 1.33 lakh people. Wipro was incorporated in 1945 as a manufacturer of vegetables and refined oils. Wipro entered the IT products business in 1982 and since then there was no looking back for Wipro. As per data available in CMIE, Wipro's employee strength peaked in 2015-16 when it had 1.44 lakh employees on its payroll. However since then the employee strength of Wipro has decreased by 8 per cent to 1.33 lakh as of March 2018.
Indian Oil is the fifth largest employment providing corporate and the second government owned corporate in the list of top 10 corporate employers in India. In the fiscal 2017-18, Indian oil provided employment to 93,096 people. Employee strength of Indian oil peaked in 2012-13 when it had 1.04 lakh employees on its payroll. But since then Indian oil's employee strength has decreased by over 11 per cent to 93,096 employees.
Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) is the sixth biggest corporate employer in India. It is also the umbrella company of HDFC bank. As of March 2018, Housing Development Finance Corporation employs 88,253 people. In the last ten fiscals HDFC has increased its employee strength by 67 per cent.
TechMahindra came a close seventh in the list. As of March 2018, TechMahindra employs 88,075 people. In the last ten years, TechMahindra's employee base has increased by a massive 252 per cent. However in FY18 the total number of employees fell by 2,575 or 2.7 per cent of their total workforce.