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Tata Sons statement on organisational changes; Sanjay Singh to oversee public affairs

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Tata Sons statement on organisational changes; Sanjay Singh to oversee public affairs

Tata Sons has announced a  number of organisational changes to its structure which will be implemented with immediate effect.

The Group Human Resources responsibilities will be overseen by S Padmanabhan, in addition to his existing responsibilities of leading the Tata Business Excellence Group. Dr. Mukund Rajan will continue to be responsible for Ethics & Sustainability and will take additional responsibility of overseeing the operations of the overseas representative offices of Tata Sons in the USA, Singapore, Dubai and China.

Harish Bhat, in addition to his responsibilities for Marketing and Customer Centricity, will henceforth also be responsible for managing the Tata Brand. In the interim, he will oversee the functions of Strategy and Business Development. Dr. Gopichand Katragadda will continue to be the Group Chief Technology Officer. Sanjay Singh will oversee the Public Affairs function out of the Delhi office.

The company further said that Dr. Nirmalya Kumar, Dr. N S Rajan and Madhu Kannan have decided to explore options outside Tata Sons and have left the services of the company.

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