How to claim Tata Motors Ltd unclaimed shares and dividend from IEPF

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Before knowing the process of Tata Motors Ltd unclaimed shares and dividends from IEPF, let’s have a look at why it is important for you to claim your shares and dividends. Ever since listing on the stock exchanges, the shares of Tata Motors Ltd have been one of the top-performing shares in the stock market. In the year 2000, the per share price of Tata Motors  Ltd was approx Rs. 25, which became Rs. 404  (as of 26.10.2022),  wherein we have not considered any bonus or split of shares. 

 Let’s suppose you purchased 100 shares of Tata Motors Ltd. in 2000 at Rs. 25 per share.  

Total Investment = 100*25= 2500

Stock Split on 12 Sep 2011 in 5:1

Number of Shares after split = 600

Therefore, if you purchased 100 shares in the year 2000, you now own 600 shares after split. 

 Current Market Price of Tata Motors Ltd (as on 26.10.2022) = 404 per share 

Total Value of Investment Now in 2022 = 600*404= ~ 2.4 lakhs 

100 shares invested in Tata Motors Ltd shares in 2000 would be about Rs. ~2.4 lakhs.  So, if you are one of them and your shares have gone to IEPF, imagine the net-worth you are having at present including bonus shares and dividend. With this much staggering figure, who will not look for his unclaimed shares and dividend of Tata Motors.

Why have your Tata Motors Ltd unclaimed shares gone to IEPF?

As per the government rule, all the dividends on shares that have not been claimed for seven or more consecutive years are required to be transferred to Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF)  by the respective company. Transfer of shares to IEPF is mandatory for a company if the dividend is not claimed for seven consecutive years. Previously, if the investor didn’t claim the dividend, corporations would take advantage of the investor’s unawareness and keep the money for themselves. Later, after realizing this oversight, the government passed the IEPF, which requires companies to transfer shares that have not been claimed for seven years in a row.

What is IEPF and its purpose?

The government of India  introduced, Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF), a regulatory framework to regulate and protect the funds of investors, on September 7th, 2016 under the provisions of section 125 of the Companies Act, 2013. 

 The responsibilities assigned to IEPF are to make refunds and recover shares, matured deposits/debentures, unpaid dividends, and to promote awareness among the investors.

 Procedure of claiming dividend and shares of Tata Motors Ltd  from IEPF authority 

IEPF full form is Investors Education and Provident Fund. For IEPF claim  follow the steps given below 

  1. Access the IEPF-5 form on the MCA portal from the IEPF website. Claimants are advised to follow the instructions carefully from the instruction kit given on the IEPF website.
  2. After completing the form, submit it. An acknowledgement will be generated with a  “Submit Request Number” (SRN). Please note this SRN for tracking purposes of the form in the future.
  3. Take out the printout of the form along with the acknowledgement issued.
  4. Now, submit the original copy of the indemnity bond, copy of acknowledgement, share certificate and IEPF Form 5 along with self attested adhaar card, details of bank account linked with Aadhaar card in which claim is to be received and demat account number to Nodal officer (IEPF) of the company at its registered office in the envelope marked as “Claim for refund from IEPF Authority”.
  5. Now, the Nodal officer of the company will verify the claim form and after verification, he will forward it to IEPF authority, on the basis of the verification report, the IEPF authority will issue the refund of unclaimed shares and dividend in the client account. 
  6. IEPF authorities must  reply to the verification report sent by the company within 60 days. 

Refund from IEPF is a very long and tedious process, which might take more than 8-12 months because IEPF has only one office, which is situated in Delhi. 

How to Check Whether Tata Motors Ltd  Shares are in IEPF?

To check whether your Tata Motors Ltd shares are in IEPF or not, follow the steps given below

  1. Click here to proceed.
  2. Fill the details about the investor such as name, father name, folio number, DP-ID, Client-ID, Account Number.
  3. Finally, click on the search button.

Please Note: You can search using any of the following combinations

  1. Investor Name and Father/Husband Name 
  2. Folio Number (should be same as per the certificate)
  3. DP-ID, Client-ID, Account Number should be entered without any space and should be separated by hyphen in the given format(DPID-ClientID-Account Number). 

Occasionally, the above link will not provide accurate information. In this case, the best course of action is to contact the company’s registrar. The Annual Report of Tata Motors Ltd includes the registrar’s name and email address.


Nodal Officer – IEPF
Mr. Maloy Kumar Gupta
Company Secretary
Tata Motors Limited, Bombay House,
24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai – 400 001
Tel : +91 22 6665 8282


Deputy Nodal Officer – IEPF
Mr. Ashok Koyari
DGM – Secretarial
Tata Motors Limited, Bombay House,
24, Homi Mody Street, Mumbai – 400 001
Tel : +91 22 66657820

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