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Vodafone's Director of HR Ashok Ramchandran quits

03-July-2015
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Vodafone's Director of HR Ashok Ramchandran quits

Vodafone India informs that Ashok Ramchandran, Director –Human Resources has decided to leave the company to pursue another opportunity.

Ramchandran joined Vodafone India in January 2009, and has over these years of business growth and significant change, built a strong foundation of our HR practices and business partnering in India, contributing significantly to the building of Vodafone’s performance culture, building HR & functional depth in the organisation, and leading the charge to being recognised repeatedly as among the “Best Employers” in India. He has built a professional team across the portfolio to carry the agenda forward.

Taking over from Ramchandran, would be Suvamoy Roy Choudhury. Choudhury will be joining from Reckitt Benckiser (RB), where he is the Director HR for South Asia, based at New Delhi. Choudhury is an alumnus of Presidency College, Kolkata & Tata Institute of Social Sciences, and prior to his 8+ years with RB, he has had successful assignments with Baxter, Motorola and ICI, in various roles.

The transition shall happen in September 2015.

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