New Delhi: On Monday morning, where HCL Tech presented the results of the first quarter of the financial year 2021-22 ended 30 June 2021, in the evening the company’s co-founder Shiv Nadar resigned from the post of managing director of the company. However, this has nothing to do with HCL Tech’s results as he has resigned as Managing Director and Director of the company on completion of 76 years and will now be the Chairman Emirates and Strategic Advisor to the Board. It is known that 7 people including Nadar started HCL Group in 1976. In the information given to the BSE, the company said, “The company’s Chief Strategy Officer and Managing Director Shiv Nadar has resigned from the post of Managing Director and Director of the company on the completion of 76 years. The company’s CEO C Vijaykumar is now the new company’s new chief. Last year, Shiv Nadar’s daughter Rashmi Nadar Malhotra was appointed as the company’s chairperson.
Shiv Nadar holds a 60 percent stake in HCL
Shiv Nadar is a well-known name in the computing and IT industry. In 1976 he started HCL Group. This company is considered to be the first startup in the country. Within the last 45 years under the leadership of Shiv Nadar, the company has achieved the status of a global IT company from a startup. In the fiscal year 2021, the company’s revenue reached $ 10 billion. Shiv Nadar holds a 60 percent stake in HCL. All the important decisions of the company will be taken by the chairperson Roshni Nadar.
HCL Tech Q1 profit at Rs 3,214 crore
On Monday itself, the company presented the results of the first quarter of the financial year 2021-22 ended 30 June 2021, in which the company’s consolidated profit during this period increased from Rs 1100 crore in the fourth quarter of the financial year 2020-21 to Rs 3210 crore. Has gone. During this period, the company’s console income has increased from Rs 19,640 crore in the previous quarter to Rs 20,070 crore. Explain that the analyst had estimated the company’s income at Rs 20303 crore and profit at Rs 3253 crore.