Arundhati Bhattacharya Biography

Arundhati Bhattacharya is one of the India’s famous business personality who held the chairperson position in the State Bank of India. Here is her biography including her date and place of birth, education, and achievements of her life.

Arundhati Bhattacharya is an Indian women who is the former chairperson of SBI bank. Her place of birth is Kolkata where she was born on 18th of March 1956. However, she at the present time lives in Mumbai city. Arundhati Bhattacharya while working with SBI used to fetch somewhere around Rupees 2 Lakh monthly salary. Her profile is as follows:

Full name                                 – Arundhati Bhattacharya

Born                                          –  18 March 1956

Born at                                      – Kolkata

Lives in                                      – Mumbai

Salary                                        – Rs 2 lakh plus

Pursued education at             – Lady Brabourne College, Jadavpur University

Education

Bhattacharya pursued her education at Lady Brabourne College, and Jadavpur University located in the Kolkata state of India. While in Lady Brabourne College,she studied English literature. She gained a lots of knowledge that proved very helpful later in her job positions in the SBI bank. Her husband named Pritimoy Bhattacharya was a professor who used to teach at IIT Kharagpur. It is the same institution where the Indian based CEO of Google named Sundar Pichai studied.

Career

Bhattacharya began her career when she joined SBI bank back the year 1977 as a trainee. Her continous dedication paid as she was given bigger roles in the company and it was 2016 when she became the first chairperson of SBI. Her career was full of great heights as she took complete advantage of every opportunity provided to her in the company.

Awards and achievements

Arundhati Bhattacharya has many achievments in her life. Forbes magazine considered her one in the 25th most powerful woman in the world. She found place in the list of top 100 global thinkers by foriegn policy and according to Fortune, she was one in four most powerful woman in the Asia Pacific.

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