Jamsetji Tata gave India Hotel, Electricity, Education, and Steel.
Jamshetji (also spelled Jamshedji) was born on 3rd March 1839 to Nusserwanji and Jeevanbai Tata.
Jamshetji was an Indian pioneer industrialist, who founded India’s biggest conglomerate company, the Tata Group.
Jamshetji Tata had 4 major goals in his life:
- Setting up a world-class hotel in India
- A world-class learning institution in India
- A hydro-electric plant
- Setting up an iron an steel company
Only the hotel dream was completely fulfilled in his lifetime with the inauguration of the Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai on 3rd December 1903.
He laid seeds for his rest three goals during his lifetime,
From 1880 till his death in 1904, his entire being had concentrated solely on three missions of his life: setting up an iron and steel company, generating hydroelectric power, and creating a world-class educational institution that would enrich Indian minds in the field of the sciences.
His successors’ work led to the three remaining ideas being achieved:
- Tata Steel: Asia’s first and India’s largest steel industry.
- Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru: the pre-eminent Indian institution for research and education in Science and Engineering.
- Tata Power: Earlier known as Tata Hydroelectric Power, This Power company is presently India’s largest private electricity company.
Jamsetji Tata did not give India only steel industry but also gave education, electricity and a remarkable world-class hotel.
During his lifetime he planned of a steel Industry, which was set up in a village called Sakchi, which grew into a city Jamshedpur.