0 Most Powerful and influential Business Woman of India

Women are said to be weaker race from the origin of mankind but days are changing, they too are changing the face of the society. They too are standing equal with men and are stepping into almost every field. So I collected a list of women who head various business organisations in India.
(L to R): (standing) TAFE's Mallika Srinivasan, Biocon's Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, ICICI Bank's Chanda Kochhar, HSBC Country Head Naina Lal Kidwai; (seated) Axis Bank's Shikha Sharma and Piramal Healthcare's Swati Piramal.

Chanda Kocchar(CEO of ICICI Bank):

Heading the Fourth largest Private Indian Bank as CEO is not as simple as we talk but Chanda has her own style of handling such a post. After K.V Kamath resingning his tenure as CEO ICICI was waiting for a suitable person who could fit into the shoes of CEO and nevertheless Chanda Kocchar was the exact match. After a successful career in ICICI as a Management Trainee, later was Assistant General Manager then Being Deputy General Manager then heading over as Chief financial officer and also working as a Joint Managing Director she now takes up the respectable position as the MD and Ceo of ICICI. She has also been listed in the Forbes most powerful women in the world.
Chanda Kocchar
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw (Founder & Chairperson of Biocon):

She is not a P.Hd but just a Post graduate but in her was hidden a great entrepreneur. After missing her medical seat she had done her graduation in Zoology then completed her post graduation in Brewing and Malting at Melbourne. She was a trainee Brewer and Malster before she shifted to Biocon Biochemical’s Limited as a trainee Manager. Later had given her own startup at Bangalore with a very low capital of 10,000 Rs. Inspite of lot of struggles she could successfully top the charts. Presently founder of Biocon a biotechnology based industry and she had made a place for herself in Forbes most powerful women’s list.
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Shikha Sharma(MD & CEO of Axis Bank):

After a successful carrer at ICICI Shikha Sharma holds the present position as CEO and MD of Axis Bank. After completing her graduation she has done a Post graduate diploma in software Technology and with a Masters in Business Administration from IIM-Ahmedabad. She was appointed as the CEO of Axis bank in 2009 after getting majority of votes in the board of directors meeting. She now successfully draws 2 Crore rupees a year as her salary.
Shikha Sharma
Indra Nooyi (CEO of PepsiCo):

An Indian born American had all her education in India. She is an MBA post graduate from IIM Calcutta. She has won many awards and recognition. She also is the winner of Padma Bushan award in 2007. After working as a product manager in Johnson and Johnson, she had also took some good positions at Asea Brown Boveri and Motorola now presently headed as CEO of PepsiCo India. She is also being listed in the fourth position at forbes most powerful women’s list. 
Indra Nooyi
Renuka Ramnath (MD & CEO of ICICI Venture):

After getting the post of CEO for private venture in 2001 she had to face lot of tough times but still she could stand successfully in the list of most powerful woman in Indian Business. Hailing from the background of Business administration she had successfully held various positions in ICICI throughout her tenure.
Renuka Ramnath
Naina Lal Kidwai(Country Head of HSBC India):

Naina Lal Kidwai, a chartered accountant by profession, is an Indian banker and business executive. She is currently the Group General Manager and Country Head of HSBC India. Kidwai has repeatedly ranked in the Fortune global list of Top Women in Business, 12th in the Wall Street Journal 2006 Global Listing of Women to Watch ad listed by Time Magazine as one of their 15 Global Influentials 2002.
Naina Lal Kidwai
Swati Piramal(Director, Piramal Healthcare):

She is the Vice Chairperson of Piramal Life Sciences Limited and Director of Piramal Healthcare Limited. received one of India's highest civilian honour's, the Padmashri award, by the President of India, Ms. Pratibha Patil on 4th April, 2012. She has been nominated as one of the 25 Most Powerful Business Women in India eight times and is now a member of the Hall of Fame for the Most Powerful Women. 
Swati Piramal

Mallika Srinivasan(Chairman and CEO of TAFE) :

She is the CEO and Chairman for TAFE  which stands for Tractors and Farm Equipment. Despite working in a family-owned company, Srinivasan's early days were not easy. Though her designation was impressive, she was not given any job description when she joined, but merely told to find out what she could do. Her office was a partitioned space in one of the TAFE building's corridors.

Mallika Srinivasan

Roopa Kudva(Managing Director and CEO of Crisil) :

She has been with the rating agency for 19 years. She is also Region Head, South Asia, of Standard & Poor's, which holds majority shares in Crisil. "A company like Crisil could not have grown at any time other than the post-liberalistion era," she says. "Today, we shape opinion." Kudva started her career in 1986 at IDBI, after an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad.

Roopa Kudva

Aruna Jayanthi, CEO, Capgemini India: 
She has eagerly grabbed every opportunity that came her way in the last two-and-a-half decades to become, at 48, CEO of Capgemini India. But now Aruna Jayanthi also wants to dabble in music. She recently bought a piano. "I'm searching for a music teacher," she says. Jayanthi initially wanted a career in banking and finance, but when Tata Consultancy Services, or TCS, made her a campus offer, she changed her mind and accepted. She learnt the most at TCS, she says, where she spent 10 years. But the big turning point of her career came when she joined E&Y's consulting unit in India just before it was sold to Capgemini.
Aruna Jayanthi

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