Mukesh Ambani is an Indian industrialist and chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries. Acute personal property owner, Mukesh is among the richest men in India. Along with this, he is also among the world's wealthiest people. Reliance Industries is the largest private sector and Fortune 500 company in India. They live in the world's most expensive property, 'Antilla' in Mumbai. Mukesh Reliance is the elder brother of late Dhirubhai Ambani and the chairman of Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, Anil Ambani is the elder brother. Mukesh's Reliance Industries' business is spread over areas such as refining, petrochemical, oil, gas and retail. Along with industry, he is also the owner of the Mumbai Indians Twenty-Twenty Team, which is a team under Indian Premier League (IPL). In 2012, Forbes ranked him among the "world's richest sports honors" list. Apart from his company, Mukesh Ambani Alalg has also been on the board of various members of the various committees, the president and the prestigious companies at different times. He has also been the Chairman of the Board of Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India's prestigious Management Institute.
Mukesh Ambani was born in the house of Dhirubhai Ambani and Kokilaben Ambalani in the city of Aden in Yemen on April 19, 1957. At that time his father used to work in Aden. Mukesh Ambani's younger brother Anil Ambani and his two sisters are - Deepti Salgonkar and Nina Kothari. By the 1970s Mukesh Ambani's family lived in a two-room house in Bhuleshwar, Mumbai, but Dhirubhai then bought a 14-floor building (Sea Wind) in the Colaba area of ??Mumbai, where Mukesh and other members of the Ambani family for many years Remain
Mukesh's early education took place in Hill Grange High School located in Pedder Road, Mumbai. Here Mukesh's close friend Anand Jain was his classmate, and his younger brother Anil Ambani also used to study in this school. Mukesh Ambani assumed the degree of Chemical Engineering of Bachelor of Engineering from 'Institute of Chemical Technology, Matunga'. After this, Mukesh passed the MBA. To enroll at Stanford University, after one year, he left studies to help his father Dhirubhai Ambani.
In 1980, when the Indira Gandhi Government filed the P.F.Y. (Polyester Filament Yarn) opened for the private sector, then Reliance also offered its license for license and got the license between Tata, Birla and 43 more veterans. P.F.Y. Dhirubhai Ambani has given Mukesh MBA to build the factory (Polyester Filament Yarn). The studies have been called in between. Mukesh left his studies and went to India and got engaged in the construction of the factory.
Under the leadership of Mukesh Ambani, Reliance has established Reliance Infocom Limited (now Reliance Communications Limited) one of India's largest telecom companies.
Mukesh played an important role in establishing the world's largest petroleum refinery at Jamnagar (Gujarat). In 2010, the capacity of this refinery was 660,000 barrels per day, i.e. 30 million tonnes per year. The refinery, built with an investment of around Rs 100,000 crore, has petrochemical, power generation, port and related infrastructure.
Reliance Industries is once again going to step in the field of telecommunications through 'Reliance Jiao'. In this case, Reliance Industries has also tied up with Anil Ambani's Reliance Communications and Sunil Mittal for the use of their structure along with Airtel. Reliance's AGM in June 2014 During his tenure, Mukesh also announced the launch of 4G services in the next three years.
Mukesh Ambani is the son of late Dhirubhai Ambani and Kokila Ben Ambani. Dhirubhai Ambani had founded Reliance Industries. Mukesh's younger brother Anil Ambani is the head of Reliance Anil "Dhirubhai Ambani Group" (ADAG). This group is active in the field of telecommunications, power, natural resources, infrastructure and financial services. After the demise of Dhirubhai Ambani, the two brothers did not make up and said-after listening, after which the Reliance group was divided into two parts.