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Mashelkar, Raghunath 

Dr. Raghunath Anant Mashelkar serves as Non-Executive Independent Director of Piramal Enterprises Limited. He is a National Research Professor, is presently also the President of Global Research Alliance, a network of publicly funded R&D institutes from Asia-Pacific, Europe and USA with over 60,000 scientists. He served as the Director General of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), with 40 laboratories and about 20,000 employees for over 11 years. He was also the President of Indian National Science Academy. Dr. Mashelkar is on the Board of Directors of several reputed companies such as Reliance Industries Ltd., Tata Motors Ltd., Thermax Ltd., Piramal Enterprises Ltd., KPIT Technologies Ltd, etc. He is deeply connected with the innovation movement in India and at present, he is the Chairman of India’s National Innovation Foundation, Reliance Innovation Council, KPIT Cummins Innovation Council and Marico Innovation Foundation. He is only the third Indian engineer to have been elected (1998) as Fellow of Royal Society (FRS), London in the twentieth century. He was elected Foreign Associate of National Academy of Science (USA) in 2005, Associate Foreign Member, American Academy of Arts & Sciences (2011); Foreign Fellow of US National Academy of Engineering (2003) and Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering, U.K. (1996). Thirty-five universities have honoured him with honorary doctorates, which include Universities of London, Salford, Pretoria, Wisconsin and Delhi. In August 1997, Business India named Dr. Mashelkar as being among the 50 path-breakers in the post-independent India. On 16 November 2005, he received the Business Week (USA) award of ‘Stars of Asia’ from the hands of George Bush (Sr.), the former President of USA. He was the first Asian scientist to receive it. In the post-liberalised India, he has played a critical role in shaping India’s S&T policies. He was a member of the Scientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister over the past three decades.

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Total Annual Compensation, INR 3,800,000
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Fiscal Year Total, INR 3,800,000

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