Yogesh Chander Deveshwar, Indian businessman, Died at 72

Yogesh Chander Deveshwar was born on February 4, 1947, and died on May 11, 2019.

He was an Indian businessman.

Deveshwar served as the chairman of ITC Limited.

Deveshwar was appointed as an executive on the focal leading body of the Reserve Bank of India, an individual from the National Foundation for Corporate Governance.

He was an individual from the overseeing body of the National Council of Applied Economic Research.

Deveshwar got a four-year college education in a mechanical building from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi in 1968.

He later went to the six-week Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.

When he joined ITC Limited in 1968.

Deveshwar was named as the fundamental board executive in 1984 and turned into the CEO and administrator in January 1996.

He was because of venture down as head of ITC in 2010.

He was India’s longest-serving CEO at the season of his demise.

He earned about triple the second-most astounding pay in his organization.

In 2011, it was accounted for that his pay was 26 lakh (2.6 million) rupees every month.

In 2013, he was recorded as the best performing CEO in India by Harvard Business Review and seventh on the planet.

In 2011, Deveshwar got the Padma Bhushan, India’s third-most noteworthy regular citizen grant.

Deveshwar died at 72 years old.