Ratan Tata – “pride of India”.
The TATA group is one of the largest companies in the world. Mr. Ratan Tata is the chairman of the Tata group of companies. He is a world-known Indian industrialist. why Mr. Ratan Tata is stood differently from others?. Because he is known for his corporate ethics. He is not only an industrialist but also a philanthropist. During Mr. Ratan Tata’s tenure Tata steel, Tata consultancy services, Tata Motors, Tata tea, Indian five-star hotels, and many more became renowned.
Mr. Ratan Tata was born on 28 Dec. 1937 into an old Parsi family of Bombay. He is the great-grandson of Jamsetji Tata, founder of Tata Group. He was born in a rich family but his childhood was troublesome. Therefore he raised by his grandmother. He learned all human values from his grandmother. Mr. Ratan Tata received a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from American Cornell University in 1962. In the same year, he entered the family business. Before that he worked for a while in Los Angeles and California. After returning to India, he worked for a prestigious Tata firm and rose to prominence.
A TRUE PATRIOT
Tata group is the world’s largest enterprise. Tata is running all business except Alcohol and cigarettes, from the automobile industry to the steel industry, Tea to Salt, and Five-star hotels. Recently Tata motors supply 600 MADE IN INDIA military truck to Thailand Army. In every step of his business, Ratan Tata shows the role of business ethics in Growth. All this is possible, from the immense love and concern he has for the country.
His desire to provide a domestic car in India to consumers for a lower price. This is a very rare concern for a great businessman. The Tata trust is at the forefront of any kind of social assistance charity. Tata memorial hospital has been built for cancer patients by Tata. 60% of Ratan Tata’s wealth goes back to people in the form of Education, Medicine, and Rural development. He is so humble and down to earth personality. When speaking to the Stanford Social Innovation Review about his goals for the trusts he remembers his past emotions,” Working on the shop floor as a young man, I saw the misery and hardship of the less fortunate and thought about how one makes a difference to improve lives. I continued to see hardships and had more opportunity to do something.” It is admirable that the Tata trust under the leadership of Mr. Ratan Tata is doing many innovative social services with this spirit. He always called upon Youngsters not to lose hope when they face failures.
CONTRIBUTION TO THE COVID-19 FIGHT.
Mr. Ratan Tata donated 500 crores to the corona fight. corona infections were on the extreme level in Mumbai, Tata group has come forward in their support. They opened their Five-star luxury hotels to the people who truly deserve it during the COVID-19 situation, which is another philanthropist facet of Mr. Ratan Tata.
HE IS NOT ON THE LIST OF INDIAN RICHEST PEOPLE!.
Mr. Ratan Tata is not in this position despite having a hundred crores of dollars. This is because they put their 60% of shares into a charitable trust. His wish is to erase the gap between the rich and the poor. This is truly an inspiring personality. It is not for his own benefit to do business, but for the welfare of the society, the downtrodden for the colleagues mainly for the shareholders.
THESE WORDS FROM RATAN TATA WILL WIN OUR HEARTS.
“If you want to walk fast, walk alone. but if you want to walk far walk together”.
” How strange it is, we wish to wear high brands but we feel most comfortable in pajamas. we wish to sit in Taj and Marriot with elite people, but we enjoy roadside tea with friends and people we love.
we wish to own big cars and go on long drives,
yet we walk heart out only while walking down long road.
we have 64 GB iPods with songs but sometimes a song on the radio brings a smile that can’t be compared.”
A simple life is another form of Ratan Tata’s personality. Tata’s life inspires us. He is ideal for all the accomplished young people.
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