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TARUN DAS

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Tarun Das

India

  • Director General, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), 1974-2004

  • Chief Mentor, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), 2004-2009

  • Chairman, Sasakawa-India Leprosy Foundation (S-ILF)

  • Member, Board of Trustees, Ananta Centre and Ananta Aspen Centre

  • Life Trustee, Institute of Economic Growth (IEG)

Awards and Recognition
- Awarded ‘Padma Bhushan’ for contribution in the field of Trade and Industry

USA

  • Member, International Advisory Board (IAB), Chubb Insurance, New York

  • Lifetime Trustee, The Aspen Institute, USA

  • Co-Chair, US-India Strategic Dialogue

  • Member, India-USA Climate Change and Energy Dialogue

Awards and Recognition
- USIBC Blackwill Award for contribution to India-US Relations

UK

  • Chairman, Advisory Board, JCB India Ltd

  • Member, India-UK Track II Dialogue on Climate Change

Awards and Recognition

- Honorary Doctor of Science, University of Warwick
- Honorary CBE for contribution to Indo-UK Relations

Singapore

  • Member of the Board, Singapore-India Partnership Foundation

  • Member, India-Singapore Strategic Dialogue

Awards and Recognition
- Public Service Medal from the Government of Singapore for contribution to strengthening India-Singapore ties

Israel

  • Founder Co-Chair, India-Israel Forum.

  • Member, Board of Governors, Tel Aviv University

Awards and Recognition
- Honorary Doctorate, Tel Aviv University

Japan

  • Co-Chair, India-Japan Strategic Dialogue

Awards and Recognition

- Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon by Japan Government for strengthening India-Japan relations

Sweden

Awards and Recognition 

- Royal Order of the Polar Star for contribution to strengthening Indo-Swedish relations.

International

  • India Chair, Trilateral Commission

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CROSSING FRONTIERS (Book)

By Tarun Das

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), 125 years old in 2020, is one of a kind. An Institution with a difference.

 

From very humble beginnings in 1895, it evolved, through many ups and downs, into a national body which was effective in serving and representing industry but, more importantly, took Indian business into many uncharted waters, crossing frontiers.

 

This book tries to captures the culture and ethos, the strategy and outcome as CII moved from a point of breakdown to a significant leadership role.

Click here to read it online

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©2020 by Tarun Das and Ishan Roy.

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