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Dhirubhai Hirachand Ambani

He is also known as Dhirubhai, (28


December 1932 – 6 July 2002)

 An Indian business magnate and


entrepreneur who founded Reliance
Industries, a petrochemicals, communications,
power, and textiles Ambani took his company
public in 1984.

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 After his annual matriculation examination, on the request of
his father he had to move to Aden, Yemen to support his
family

 Aged 16 yrs

 Started worked with A. Besse & Co. for a salary of Rs.300,


immediately on reaching Aden. It was a clerk's job with the
A. Besse & Co.

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● 1958 :- Returned to Mumbai, from Aden to start his own business
in spices

● 1959 :- Started Reliance Commercial


Corporation with a capital of Rs 15,000 at Mumbai

● 1966 :- Set up a spinning mill at Naroda, near


Ahmedabad; floated Reliance Textiles on a
capital of Rs 15 lakh

● 1977 :- Reliance Textile Industries issued 2.8


million shares in a landmark public issue
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● 1983 :- Reliance sales increased but net
profit declined

● 1988 :- Reliance Petroleum raises


Rs 1,300 crore from two million applicants

● 2000 :- World's largest refinery complex was


commissioned at Jamnagar, valued at over
Rs. 25,000 crores

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 (DA-IICT)- Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and
Communication Technology - established by The Dhirubhai
Ambani Foundation (DAF) at Gandhinagar in Gujarat.

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Healthcare Initiatives

 The DAF has joined the management of Sir Hurkisondas


Nurottumdas Hospital and Research Centre (HNH&RC)

 It is a 28-year-old institution involved in clinical research

 DAF converted this hospital into a patient-focused and not-


for-profit.

 Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Lodhivali, District Raigad

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 November 2000 – Conferred 'Man of the Century' award by Chem
tech Foundation and Chemical Engineering World in recognition of his
outstanding contribution to the growth and development of the chemical
industry in India
 2000, 1998 and 1996 – Featured among 'Power 50 - the most
powerful people in Asia by Asiaweek magazine

 August 2001 – Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence for


Lifetime Achievement

 A poll conducted by The Times of India in 2000 voted Him "Greatest


Creator of Wealth In The Centuries".

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Quotes by Dhirubhai Ambani
 "Thinkbig, think fast, think ahead. Ideas are no one's
monopoly"
 "You do not require an invitation to make profits."

 "Meeting the deadlines is not good enough, beating the


deadlines is my expectation."

 "We bet on people."

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Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata
July 29, 1904 –November 29, 1993
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INTRODUCTION:

 Person driven by his spirit of flying


 Born : 29th July, 1904 in Paris, France
 Father – Mr. Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata
 Mother – Suzanne Sooni Briere (French citizen)
 Popularly known as “Jeh” among his friends
 Education in France, Japan and England
 Joined French army after education

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At the age of 25, JRD surrendered his French citizenship to
embrace India as his workplace

 In 1929, he became the first Indian to pass the Pilot


examination

 He established “Tata Airlines”, which later on became “Air


India”

 At the age of 34, JRD was made the Chairman of Tata Sons

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1.Entrepreneurship:

He started with 14 enterprises and after half a century, when he


left, Tata & Sons was a corporation of 95 enterprises.

Tata Motors, TCS, Titan, Voltas, Tata Tea, Tata Communications


are some of the giants started under his leadership.

2.Aviation:

Formed the Tata Aviation Service in 1932


Launched “Air India International” as India's first international
airline
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 Director on the Board of Indian Airlines for 25-years
 Bestowed with the title of Honorary Air Commodore of India

3. Social Responsibility:

 Trustee of Sir Dorabji Tata Trust from its inception

 Founded the TISS(Tata Institute of Social Sciences) in 1936,


Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in 1945 and the
National Center for Performing Arts

 Established Asia's first cancer hospital, the Tata Memorial


Center for Cancer, Research and Treatment, Bombay, 1941.

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4. Employee Welfare:
 J.R.D. Tata initiated a program of closer "employee
association with management"

 Iinitiated the principles of an eight-hour working day, free


medical aid, workers' provident scheme, workmen's accident
compensation schemes

 Tata Steel Township, selected as a UN Global Compact City


because of the quality of life, conditions of sanitation, roads
and welfare that were offered by Tata Steel

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 “Legion d’honneur”, in 1954

 “Padma Vibhushan” in 1957

 “Tony Jannus Award” in 1979

 “Guggenheim Medal” in 1988

 “Bharat Ratna” in 1992

 “United Nations Population Award” in 1992, for family planning


movement in India

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If you want excellence, Aim at Perfection!!

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 Born on 24th July 1945.

 Business tycoon, investor.

 Chairman of Wipro Limited.

 According to Forbes, he is the 3rd wealthiest Indian.

 The 41st richest in the world, with a personal wealth of $15.9


billion in 2012.

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 It’s one of the India's largest publicly traded companies and
seventh largest IT Services firm in the World.

 On 31 March 2015, its market capitalization was


approximately $ 35 Billion.

 To focus on core IT Business.

 It demerged its non-IT businesses into a separate company


named Wipro Enterprises Limited with effect from 31 March
2013.

 The headquarter of WIPRO Limited is in Bangalore India.

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 In 2001, he founded Azim Premji Foundation and
University.

 A vision to achieve quality universal education.

 In December 2010, Premji pledge to donate $2 billion for


improving school education.

 Transferring the 213 million equity shares of Wipro Ltd.

 This donation is the largest of its kind in India.


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 The Azim Premji University was
established under an act of the
Karnataka Legislative Assembly.

 Created a Successful education


system.

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 Wipro through four decades of diversification and growth to
finally emerge as one of the global leaders in the Software
Industry.

 It becomes India's first software company in the world to


achieve SEI-CMM level 5 certificate.

 It become India’s leading seller of computers, scanner, and


printer.

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