Ratan Tata received KISS Humanitarian Award: Honor for social development and corporate leadership, announced in 2021

Tata Group Honorary Chairman Ratan Tata was honored with the prestigious KISS Humanitarian Award-2021 on Monday. He has been given this award for his commitment towards social development and corporate leadership. On Monday, a felicitation ceremony was organized at Ratan Tata’s house, where KIIT-KISS founder and Kandhamal Lok Sabha MP Prof. Achyut Samant handed him this award. The award was announced in 2021. This award was announced in 2021, but Ratan Tata was unable to receive this award due to the COVID pandemic. After receiving the award he said, ‘I am very happy to receive this honour. This is the most important moment of my life. Dr. Samant said, ‘It is a privilege to honor Ratan Tata with this award today. Ratan Tata’s social work and leadership has influenced me since childhood. My father was an employee of Tata company. Since then I respect him. The Humanitarian Award is the highest honor of KIIT and KISS. Which is dedicated to recognizing individuals and organizations doing humanitarian work around the world. It was started in 2008 by Dr. Achyut Samanta. Awarded with Padma Vibhushan and Padma Bhushan, he has been honored with many awards during his career. He has also been awarded India’s two highest civilian awards, the Padma Vibhushan in 2008 and the Padma Bhushan in 2000. Recently, Ratan Tata was honored with the state’s first ‘Udyog Ratna’ award by the Maharashtra government. Earlier, he was honored with Australia’s highest civil honor ‘Order of Australia’ award. Ratan Tata took the legacy to a new level. 85 year old Ratan Tata has taken the legacy handed over to him to a new level. He has included Air India Airlines, which had passed from Tata’s empire to the government in the 1950s, back into his empire. Under the leadership of Ratan Tata, TCS became a publicly traded company and Tata Motors was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. 5 Business Lessons of Ratan Tata 1. Risk Taker 2. Decision Maker 3. Ideator 4. Leader 5. Innovator

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