Kesoram Industries Chairperson Manjushree Khaitan Passes Away

Manjushree Khaitan joined the Kesoram Board in October 1998 and became chairperson in July 2019 after the death of her father, industrialist Basant Kumar Birla. During her tenure, she was known for her commitment to the company and her role in its recent progress, the group said in a statement.
Kesoram Industries Chairperson Manjushree Khaitan Dies

Kesoram Industries Chairperson Manjushree Khaitan Dies (Image Source: Agencies)

The B K Birla Group announced the death of Manjushree Khaitan, chairperson of Kesoram Industries Limited, on Thursday. Khaitan, passed away at her Kolkata home following a brief illness, leaving behind a legacy marked by exceptional leadership and philanthropy.
Khaitan joined the Kesoram Board in October 1998 and became chairperson in July 2019 after the death of her father, industrialist Basant Kumar Birla. During her tenure, she was known for her commitment to the company and her role in its recent progress, the group said in a statement.
Beyond her corporate responsibilities, Khaitan was deeply involved in education, particularly through her four-decade-long association with the Ashok Hall Group of schools. Her efforts focused on empowering underprivileged girl children, underscoring her dedication to nurturing young minds.
Her passing is considered an irreparable loss to Kesoram and its subsidiaries, which had shown significant improvement under her leadership. The group highlighted her philanthropic endeavours, noting her personal support for marginalized communities.
Khaitan was also a passionate art connoisseur, actively supporting numerous artists through her involvement with the Birla Academy of Fine Arts. Her contributions to both industry and society at large have left a lasting impact.
In their statement, group officials remarked on her profound influence and the void her death has created, acknowledging her unwavering support for various social causes and the arts. Her legacy of leadership and charity will be remembered as integral to her life's work.
(With Inputs From PTI Agency)
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