Three years of N.Chandrasekaran: Tracking the rainmaker’s progress

By Suman Layak, ET Bureau | Updated February 23, 2020, 12.02PM IST

When N Chandrasekaran joined Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) as a trainee at Chennai in 1987, no one could have predicted he would go on to head the legendary Rs 1.2 trillion Tata Group three decades later. It’s just not the kind of thing anyone imagines when a trainee walks into a company. But Chandra, as he is now widely known,

interview with ET that it has been managed well. There are multiple ways to look at debt, and the group-wise leverage seems to have gone down, Inditrade's Bandyopadhyay pointed out, even as it has grown at the gross level. In multiple ways, the Tata Group presents a maze and will keep testing Chandra's ability to race ahead of it.

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