Born in Bombay on 28 December 1937, Ratan Tata is the ex-chairman of the Tata group and was the interim chairman of Tata Sons. He remains to be the head the chief two Tata organizations Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and Sir Ratan Tata Trust and their allied trusts, with a mixed stake of about 66% in
Tata Sons, Tata group’s operating corporation. Ratan Tata held the Padma Bhushan in the year 2000 followed by Padma Vibhushan in 2008. Also, the third and second most chief civilian recognition awarded by the Government of India.
He completed his high school education from various schools in Mumbai and Shimla and later graduated from Riverdale Country School in New York City in the year 1955. In 1959, he then received a degree in Architecture from Cornell University, and after a long time in 1975, he attended the seven-week Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School, an institute which he has since enriched. But, he joined Tata in 1961. He then used to work on the shop floor of Tata Steel.
In 1991, he took the post of JRD Tata as the chairman of the firm. Tata has always been a great competitor and also a sponsor of literacy, medication, and rural advancement, and acknowledged as a leading philanthropist in India. It has supported the University of New South WalesFaculty of Engineering to improve capacitive deionization to render improved water for disputed regions.
In his 21 years of chairmanship, Tata’s revenues grew beyond 40 times, with a profit of over 50 times. In an attempt to make Tata an India-centrist group into a global industry he introduced various alternatives like Tata Motors to acquire Jaguar Land Rover and Tata Steel to take over Corus to name a few out of many. He also brought Tata Nano to market, which was vital because it promoted put cars at a price-point within reach of the ordinary Indian consumer.
His love for his motherland proceeds to inspire many, despite the reason that he had spent a good time studying abroad, he still focused on the development of India and its citizens in every way possible.