WowTechy Biography Of Anil Dhirubhai Ambani: A Telecom Giant

The definition of today’s Man is a bit changed than before. Today’s Man is more modernized and affectionate towards advancement in technology than the past. Advancement of technologies in the previous century and recent years has magical outputs. Some of these include robotics (minimize the need of humans for certain purpose), IT (saving time), and telecom devices (reduce distances) etc.

Telecommunication is the transference of information beyond distances for the sake of communication. Its emergence is from 1830s and first time the concept of wireless telecommunication arouse in 20th century. Now the industry of telecom has given ease to humans by providing lots of facilities through mobile devices in the form of having internet, managing business suits, giving worldwide updates etc. While talking about the telecommunication devices and facilities we always come across some big names who have majorly contributed towards this field.

One of the big names of telecommunication Giants is Anil Dhirubhai Ambani who is an Indian business man. He is the chairman of the Reliance group of companies founded by his father. Reliance Communications limited is giving the prepaid and postpaid mobile services among 25 million subscribers. They are operating in more than 600 cities of India. He is Indian fourth richest person and comes amongst the largest private corporate personality in India.

He also is one of the most successful entrepreneurs of India. He was elected as an independent member Rajya Sabha MP in June 2004. He has won several awards such as ‘CEO of the Year 2004’, ‘MTV Youth Icon of the Year September 2003’, ‘The Entrepreneur of the Decade Award’, and ‘Businessman of the Year Award’ in 1997. No doubt an ideal personality for all Indians and young telecom engineers / entrepreneurs around the globe!


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