Venkataraman Krishnamurthy

Venkataraman Krishnamurthy
Administrator of Mahe
In office
July 4, 1969 – January 10, 1970
Preceded by P. L. Samy
Succeeded by E. Purushothaman

Dr. Venkataraman Krishnamurthy is an Indian civil servant.[1]

Career

V. Krishnamurthy worked as a Chairman of the National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council (NMCC) during 2005 - 2007.[2]

He was a member of National Advisory Council during its first tenure.[3]

Member, PM’s Council on Trade & Industry .[4]

Member, PM’s Trade & Economic Relations Committee.[5]

Member, PM’s Energy Coordination Committee.[6]

Member, PM’s High Level Committee on Manufacturing.[7]

Secretary to the Government of India in the Ministry of Industry (1977–1980) .[8]

Member, Planning commission of India (1991–1992). .[9]

Chairman &CEO Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)(1972–1977). .[10]

Founder Chairman &CEO Maruti Udyog Limited (1981–1990).[11]

Chairman &CEO Steel Authority of India Limited(SAIL) (1985–1990).[12]

Founding Chairman, Technology Information,Forecasting & Assessment Council. .[13]

Co-Chairman, Indo-Japan Study Committee.[14]

Chairman of National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People (N.C.P.E.D.P.).[15]

Academic and professional associations

Chancellor, [(Indian Maritime University)] (At Present).[16]

Chairman, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore(1982–1984).[17]

Chairman, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad(1985–1990).[17]

Chairman, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi(1990–1993).[17]

Chairman, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar (1987–1992).[17]

Member, Board of Governors, Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad (1975–1979) & (1990-till Date ).[18]

Honors

Padma Shri was conferred in the year 1973.for civil services category. This is the Government of India's Fourth highest civilian award.[19]

Padma Bhushan was conferred in the year 1986.for civil services category. This is the Government of India's Third highest civilian award.[20]

Padma Vibhushan was conferred in the year 2007 for civil services category. This is the Government of India's Second highest civilian award.[21]

He is the recipient of " The Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun" in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the promotion of bilateral economic relations and understanding of Japan in India.H.M. The Emperor of Japan Bestowed the Order on 3 November 2009.[22]

He was conferred the Special Nakajima Award By JIPM in the year 2007 for his efforts to promote Total Productive Management (TPM) Initiative in India...[23][24]

Business Leadership Award In 1975.[25]

Businessman of the Year Award in 1987 .[25]

Steelman of the Year Award in 1989 . .[25]

Lifetime Achievement Award in Management given by AIMA for the Year 2005.[26]

References

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