IT main HCL Applied sciences’ Roshni Nadar Malhotra has topped a listing of the richest ladies within the nation with a networth of Rs 54,850 crore, adopted by Biocon’s Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw at Rs 36,600 crore, a report mentioned on Thursday.
A complete of 31 ladies within the checklist of 100 having a networth of not less than Rs 100 crore, ready by Hurun India and Kotak Wealth, are “self-made”, it mentioned. This contains six skilled managers and 25 entrepreneurs.
Shaw leads within the self-made class, adopted by Radha Vembu of Zoho (Rs 11,590 crore networth) and Jayshree Ullal of Arista Networks (Rs 10,220 crore), it mentioned.
Apparently, all of the three — Shaw, Ullal and Vembu — additionally function in a world wealthy checklist ready by Hurun.
The typical age of girls on the checklist, whose cumulative wealth is pegged at Rs 2.72 lakh crore, is 53 and 19 of the 100 ladies are beneath the age of 40, it mentioned.
Two of the ladies have promoted unicorns — retailer Nykaa”s Falguni Nayar who has a wealth of Rs 5,410 crore and 34-year-old Divya Gokulanth of Byju”s with a networth of Rs 3,490 crore.
Some households contributed a couple of individual to the ladies”s wealthy checklist. Apollo Hospitals Enterprise leads with 4 entrants, adopted by three from the Godrej Group.
From a sectoral perspective, prescription drugs leads with 13 entrants, adopted intently by 12 from textiles and apparels and 9 from healthcare.
Monetary capital Mumbai contributed 32 people to the checklist, whereas 20 are New Delhi and 10 from Hyderabad, it mentioned.
Solely 4 of the 100 ladies discover a place within the checklist of highest givers who champion social causes, it mentioned.
Anu Aga and Meher Pudumjee of Thermax are essentially the most beneficiant ladies, adopted by Shaw, Renu Munjal of Hero Fincorp and Leena Gandhi Tewari of USV.