Industrialists – Bengaluru is the IT hub of our country. Millions of people go to Bangalore after graduation, So that they can work in the IT sector. But due to the introduction of new technologies like cloud computing, companies need less human resources. So jobs are decreasing. For Companies It doesn’t matter much more, But the lives of those ordinary people change, Those who are removed from the job.
Their hope is broken, People who dream of working here. In desperation, we start looking at Bangalore IT businessmen from this point of view, Like That they are destroyed the jobs of the people.
But this is half truth. Since the government in Bengaluru is probably not doing so much for the people, As many as some industrialists like Narayana Murthy and Azeem Premji are doing. Here we are talking about five industrialists of Bengaluru, Who spend more than half their income in the service of the needy every year.
1. Azeem Premji
Business- Chairperson of Wipro Limited
Net Worth: $15.9 Billion (About 1.2 lakh crores in indian rupee) in November 2017
They have an NGO named “Azeem Premji Foundation”. Employees of this foundation are working with the teachers and officials of government schools since 2000 to strengthen the education system. Their work is going on in government schools of over 3 lakh 50 thousand villages of the country. Since 2001, Azeem Premji has donated 63 crores from his pocket to this foundation.
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2. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw
Business- Chairperson and Managing Director of Biocon
Networth – about 16 thousand crore rupees (November 2017)
So far, she has donated her half-earnings. Her Majumdar-Shaw Cancer Center treats cancer in less money. The Cancer Center is in Bangalore. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw donated 40 crores for this good work in 2016.
3. Sudha Murthy and N.R. Narayana Murthy
Business: Sudha Murthy – Chairperson of the Infosys Foundation; NR Narayana Murthy – Co-founder of Infosys
Networth: NR Narayana Murthy – Around 12 thousand crores.
Sudha Murthy and her husband, NR Narayana Murthy, jointly run the NGO named Infosys Foundation. In 2017, Sudha donated Rs 302.6 crore in this foundation. This foundation helps those people, those Who have lack the basic features.
4. Nandan Nilekani and Rohini Nilekani
Business: Nandan Nilekani – Executive Chairperson and Co-Founder of Infosys; Rohini Nilekani – is a journalist, writer and social activist.
Networth: Nandan Nilekani – about 11 thousand crores
Rohini Nilekani is founder of ‘first books’. The first books is a non profit publisher. They publish books of children in many different languages. It was established in 2014. Other companies and people also donate money in it. Their vision is that Reach these stories to every child. That too in their “his mother tongue”. means every child can read.
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