How This engineer built a company worth Rs 1.70 lakh crore?

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Shiv Nadar, chairman of the country’s big IT company HCL Technologies, will step down. Nadar’s daughter Roshni Nadar Malhotra will become the new chairman of the company with immediate effect.

‘Dream of setting goals, if you do not dream, you will not have any goals in life and success cannot be achieved without goals. The words refer to Shiv Nadar, a well-known businessman and founder of HCL Tech. He has stepped down as chairman of the company making a major announcement. Now his daughter Roshni Nadar Malhotra will take over as president. However, Shiv Nadar will continue as the managing director of the company. His post will be that of Chief Strategy Officer.

Nadar said we are living in an era where institutions and people from all over the world are facing many challenges. However, it has also given a boost to the business as the difficult period encourages new changes in the business. HCL, along with its partners, is helping customers adapt to the new environment as it is now New Normal.

Let’s know how to build a 1.70 lakh crore rupee company

Shiva Nadar, a technology veteran and a big industrialist of the country, was born on 14 July 1945. Today, with Shiv Nadar coming from a small village in South India, India has carved a niche for itself in the fields of information technology and computer science. He is from Tamil Nadu and is from Hinduism. He is the founder (founder) and president (chairman) of HCL Technology. HCL is famous for its information technology services.

His career began in Pune where he became part of the Walchand Group of Engineering. After gaining some experience running the business, he decided to leave it and start his own business. With the help of his friends and other business partners, he started to bring the biggest technological revolution in this country.

Started a private job and started a company called ‘Microcomputers Ltd.’ with five friends. His company, formed in 1976, sold tell digital calculators. Shiv Nadar said in an interview, ‘The person I met was Arjun. He was also a management trainee like me. We became good friends and we are to this day. After this, both of us connected our kind of people working in DCM and started working together.

Soon the company was renamed Hindustan Computers Limited (HCL) and started making computers. On seeing this, this Indian company became a well-known brand worldwide.

In 1980, he ventured into the international market by setting up ‘Far East Computers’ to sell IT hardware in Singapore. In the first year itself, he earned about 10 lakh rupees.

After this Nadar never looked back. In 1982, the company launched its first PC in the market. Then five companies associated with the IT business merged with his firm and make total 1.70 lakh crore.

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