Roshni Nadar, the chairperson of India’s fourth-largest IT company, HCL Technologies, is the richest woman in India. According to the Hurun report, her wealth increased by 54% in 2021 from a year earlier.
Roshni is the daughter of HCL’s founder Shiv Nadar. She was appointed as the chairperson of HCL Technologies in 2008, making her the first woman to lead an IT company in India. She is also the CEO of HCL Corporation, the holding company of HCL Technologies.
Roshni is an active philanthropist and has established the Shiv Nadar Foundation to promote education and art. She is also the chairperson of the Nadar Foundation, which works to promote education, health, and welfare in India.
Roshni has also been involved in various social initiatives, such as the India Literacy Project, which works to provide basic education to children in rural India. She has also been involved in the Digital India campaign, which aims to provide digital access to all citizens.
Roshni has also been involved in the development of the HCL Tech Mahindra Foundation, which works to promote digital literacy and financial inclusion. She is also a board member of the World Economic Forum and a member of the board of trustees of the Indian School of Business.
Roshni Nadar is an inspiration to many and her success story is a testament to the power of hard work and dedication. Her wealth has increased by 54% in 2021 from a year earlier, making her the richest woman in India. She is an example of how women can make a difference in the world and her success story is an inspiration to many.