Inspirating story of RATAN TATA
The Ratan Tata is an Indian industrialist and philanthropist. He is chairman of the Tata group. He is the biggest Indian business magnate and chairmen of 100$ billion. The mission of the company is “To improve the lives of communities we serve globally.” Ratan Tata is a very best leader because he takes care of his employees. He started medical benefits to its employees. He is regularly supporting the education system, the health system that is medicine, and rural development. He is a role model for all youth.
The Ratan Tata was born on 28 December 1937(age 84). He is the son of Naval Tata and was adopted by Ratanji Tata (son of Jamsetji Tata). He is situated in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He is an alumnus of Cornell University College Of Architecture. And Harvard business school through the Advanced Management Program in 1975. he joined the company in 1961. he gives 8 hours of work to employees.
Tata invested personal savings in Snapdeal-one of India’s leading e-commerce websites in January 2016. he also invested in Teabox, an online tea seller. he made small investments in both early and late-stage companies in India. Tata Motors rolled out the first batch of Tigor Electric Vehicles from its Sanand plant in Gujarat. For that Tata said, “Tigor indicates a willingness to fast forward India’s electronic dream. the government has set an ambitious target to have only electric cars 2030.”
I came upon a lighthouse: A short memoir of life with Ratan Tata written by Shantanu Naidu. Tata industries work in various fields such as steelwork, ironwork, cotton mills, and hydroelectric power plant. Ratan Tata got the Padma Bhushan award in 2000 and Padma Vibhushan in 2008. He is a real hero and a legend person.