Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata, or JRD Tata as he is famously known, was a man of the ages. Born into the illustrious and industrious Tata family, he grew up . Childhood – JRD Tata was born on July 29, in Paris to a Parsi family. His complete name was Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata. Read Jeh: A Life of J.R.D. Tata book reviews & author details and more at Biographies, Diaries & True Accounts > Biographies & Autobiographies.
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This biography of J. July 29 November 29 Legion of Honour Bharat Ratna. Tata, was a fearless aviator and a visionary ahead of his times. Born in France to an Indian father and or French mother, Tata had an idyllic childhood. His family was wealthy and had the means to fulfill the curiosities of his young mind.
From a young age he had been fascinated by airplanes and took to autobioyraphy. An avid aviator, he became the first person to obtain the first ever issued pilot license in India.
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Thelma Vicaji Tata father: Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata mother: He was born as the second child to an Indian father and a French mother in Paris, France, in He had one elder sister and two younger brothers. He hailed from a wealthy family and was educated in France, Japan and India. In autobuography, he went to England for higher studies and enrolled in a crammer school.
During this time, a law in France autobiogaphy all young boys to draft in the army for at least one year. After completing his one year of compulsory service in the French Army he wanted to go to Cambridge for further education, but fate had other plans for him.
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His father, who had been working in Tata Company in India wanted his son to join him. He became an Indian citizen in and also obtained the first pilot license issued in India. It was once the largest airlines in the Indian subcontinent. He became the head of the largest industrial group in India and led his group to great financial success while maintaining high ethical standards. In he founded Tata Motors, a locomotive manufacturing company by forming a joint venture with Daimler-Benz of Germany.
This company dominated the commercial vehicle market in India for years before entering the passenger vehicle market.
He would serve in these positions for the next 25 years. He was greatly concerned about the welfare of his workers and initiated a program in to give workers a stronger voice in the affairs of the company. He provided his employees with good working conditions, free medical aid autobiographyy accidental compensation. Over the next several years, he greatly expanded the Tata Empire.
More than being just a successful business, the group played a very active role in making the Indian society better. Tata married Thelma Vicaji jrc The couple did not have any children. He died at the age of 89 due to kidney infection.
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Ghanshyam Das Birla Indian. Jean Batten New Zealander. Antoine de Saint-Exupery French.