N Chandrasekaran re-elected as Chairman of Tata Sons

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N Chandrasekaran re-elected as Chairman of Tata Sons, tenure extended for 5 years. N Chandrasekhar has again become the chairman of Tata Sons. In fact, the board of Tata Sons on Friday decided to extend the tenure of Chairman N Chandrasekaran for 5 years. Chandrasekaran was made the chairman of Tata Sons for the first time in the year 2017. His term was ending on February 20.

Ratan Tata is satisfied with N Chandrasekaran

A statement issued by the company said, “The Chairman Emirates and Chairman of Tata Trusts Ratan Tata were also present in the board meeting of Tata Sons. Ratan Tata expressed satisfaction over the progress and performance of the Tata Group under the leadership of N Chandrasekaran. Ratan Tata recommended the extension of Chandrasekaran’s tenure for another five years. The Board members also appreciated the tenure of N Chandrasekaran as Executive Chairman and unanimously approved his reappointment for the next 5 years.
Significantly, the Tata Group is the largest business house in the country, in which there are more than two dozen listed companies. TCS, Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Tata Chemical are the big companies of this group. The position of the chairman of Tata Sons is very important, as he is also the head of the Tata group companies. He is the biggest contributor to decisions like his business growth, strategy.

Chandrasekaran was made chairman by replacing Cyrus Mistry

N Chandrasekaran was first made the chairman of Tata Sons when the group was going through a leadership crisis. The company had removed Cyrus Mistry from the post of chairman. Mistry had taken the legal route against it. Then Chandrashekhar was responsible for bringing the group out of the crisis as well as increasing the growth of giants like TCS, Tata Motors, Tata Steel.

Chandrasekaran has 34 years of experience in the Tata Group

In Chandrasekaran’s first term, the Tata Group not only managed to overcome the Cyrus Mistry controversy, but many of the group’s companies also performed well. Chandrasekaran has 34 years of experience in the Tata Group. He started a job in Tata Steel in 1988 after doing his MBA from IIM-Calcutta. He was the head of TCS when he became the group’s chairman in 2017. Notably, he was the first non-family member to become the group’s chairman.

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