Poojya Swamiji’s interactions with the Corporate Executives has helped management thinkers increasingly shift their focus to incorporating spiritual values into organizational culture. Poojya Swamiji says, “Indian values, tried and tested over millennia, have a strong relevance and effectiveness in this scenario. A proper assessment of the abundant potential of the human mind, which is the
Former Chief Justice of India. Sri M. N. Venkatachaliah was the 25th Chief Justice of India. He served as Chief Justice from 1993 to 1994. After retirement, he has continued to work on anti-corruption and human rights issues, including support for the launch of the Initiatives of Change Centre for Governance in 2003. He was
Chairman Emeritus, Tata Group. Mr Tata is an Indian businessman and Chairman Emeritus of Tata sons. He was the chairman of Tata group, a Mumbai-based conglomerate from 1991–2012. He stepped down as the chairman on December 2012 but continues as the chairman of the Group’s charitable trusts. Under his stewardship, Tata Tea acquired Tetley, Tata
Managing Director, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. Dr. E. Sreedharan is a technocrat, known for completing both the Konkan Railway and Delhi Metro projects within budget and ahead of schedule. In 1970, as the deputy chief engineer, he was put in charge of implementation, planning and design for Kolkata Metro, the first ever metro in India.
Former Central Vigilance Commissioner. Sri N. Vittal, belonging to the Indian Administrative Service 1960 batch, is one of the eminent public servants of India, and has helped people in important positions in the Government of India, including the Central Vigilance Commissioner. He has held the appointments of Chairman, Telecom Commission and Secretary, Department of Telecommunication,
Educationist and Former Chairperson, National Commission for Women. Vibha Parthasarathy is a prominent Indian educationalist. She was Chairperson of the National Commission for Women from 1999 till 2002. Educated at Cambridge University and Boston University, she became Principal of New Delhi’s Sardar Patel Vidyalaya.
Former Chief Election Commissioner. Sri T. S. Krishnamurthy was the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) of India (February 2004-May 2005). He had earlier served in the Election Commission of India as a commissioner since January 2000.Sri Krishnamurthy started his career as an Indian Revenue Service officer. He served the government at various levels including as Secretary,