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Ratan Tata, the world’s most well-known industrialist, celebrates his 84th birthday today. Ratan Tata is well-known not just for his achievements in the industry, but also for his distinct personality.
Ratan Tata is now regarded as a role model for many individuals.
It should be remembered that Tata was born on December 28, 1937, in Surat, India. Ratan Tata is the son of Naval Tata, whom Navajbai Tata adopted when her husband Ratanji Tata died.
Ratan Tata received his early schooling at Mumbai’s Campion School and completed his secondary studies at the cathedral. He went on to John Kennon College for his BSc in Architecture.
Then, in 1962, he earned a bachelor’s degree in communication engineering from Cornell University and a master’s degree in advanced management from Harvard Business School in 1975.
Ratan Tata was the Tata Group’s chairman from 1991 to 2012. On December 28, 2012, he stood down as chairman of the Tata Group, but he remains chairman of the Tata Group’s charity trust.
He also served as chairman of all major Tata Group companies, including Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Tea, Tata Chemicals, Indian Hotels, and Tata Teleservices, during his tenure. The Tata Group hit record heights under his leadership.
Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan awards
In 2008, Ratan Tata, the former chairman of Tata Sons, was awarded with Padma Vibhushan, and in 2000 with Padma Bhushan. Ratan Tata is well-known for his role in propelling the Tata firm to new heights under his leadership. According to statistics, the Tata Group increased sales by more than 40 times and profit by more than 50 times under his tenure.
Ratan Tata’s family has always been interested in social functions, as seen by their active participation in social activities. Ratan Tata is known for consistently assisting the underprivileged and needy. He gave a substantial amount of 500 crores to the PM Cares Fund during the Corona epidemic, and he also actively participates in various charitable work.
Ratan Tata’s Thoughts that will add a miracle to any one life
1. Don’t believe in making the best choices. I make choices and then correct them.
2. The stones thrown at you by others. Make memorials out of them.
3. Someone who imitates others can be successful for a limited period of time. However, one cannot make significant advancement in life.
4. Walk alone if you want to go fast, but walk together if you want to go far.
5. There are a lot of things I would change if I had another chance to live, but I don’t want to look back and see what I couldn’t do.