Ramesh Datla (Telugu: రమేష్ దాట్ల) is an Indian Industrialist and Chairman of Elico Limited[1] the first Analytical Instruments company in India established in 1960. He is also the Chairman of Elico Healthcare Services Ltd a leading player in the Healthcare IT & ITES Space. He is an active member of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and is the Chairman, CII National Committee on IPR, Immediate Past Chairman, CII National Committee on Water and Past Chairman, CII Southern Region and Past Chairperson, CII National Committee on Intellectual Property rights. He was also the past Chairman, CII National MSME Council. He has been actively associated with the industry chamber and held several advisory beneficial roles to the Government of India on behalf of the Industry. He represented India as a speaker in the OECD Conference - Tokyo,[2] GTZ Conference - Berlin, Gulf Cooperation Council Meeting - Muscat, UKIBC Conference - Manchester,[3][4][5] USIBC Conference - Washington DC[6] and B20 Working Group for G20 Summit, France.[7][8] He also led several delegations to United States, Europe,[9] Mexico, Japan, South East Asia, China, Africa & CIS countries.

Ramesh Datla
Ramesh Datla addressing the UKIBC conference in Manchester, United Kingdom in 2011
Born (1961-10-25) 25 October 1961 (age 62)
Alma materMIT Sloan School of Management
Wichita State University
Indian Institute of Science
SpouseVanitha Datla
ELICO Healthcare Services

Early life and education edit

Born on 25 October 1961. Ramesh Datla holds a Doctorate in Instrumentation from SK University, Graduate in Executive Management from MIT Sloan School of Management, Post Graduate Diploma in Electronics Design Technology from Indian Institute of Science, a Master’s in Electrical Engineering[10] from Wichita State University.

Career edit

Ramesh started his career at Cirrus Logic Inc,[11] a semiconductor company located in Milpitas, California, USA before moving to India. Later he joined ELICO Limited and held several positions before taking over as Managing Director.

Associations edit

He also actively participated with following associations in past.

References edit

  1. ^ Thriving in a Volatile World, Interview
  3. ^ UKIBC Annual Summit, UKIBC Annual Summit.
  4. ^ UKIBC Annual Summit 2011, UKIBC Annual Summit 2011.
  5. ^ UKIBC Annual Summit, Cooperation among SMEs in India, UK to lead future.
  6. ^ A Publication of the Embassy of India, Washington, D.C., India Review.
  7. ^ B20 Business Summit, Cannes Participants Info
  8. ^ B20 Summit, Cannes, France.
  9. ^ The Indo - European Research and Innovation Partnership Conference, Brussels 2012, Biographies.
  10. ^ Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Wichita State University
  11. ^ Official Website Archived 28 January 2017 at the Wayback Machine, Cirrus Logic
  12. ^ Report Linker News Archived 2013-02-01 at archive.today, B20-Leaders.
  13. ^ B20 Business Summit, Mexico[permanent dead link], Participants Info
  14. ^ B20 Business Summit, Cannes.
  15. ^ B20 Working Group Contributors, B20 Summit, Cannes.
  16. ^ CII MSME Council Annual Review
  17. ^ The Hindu Business Line, CII - MOU with Osmania University
  18. ^ Board of Directors State Bank of Hyderabad.
  19. ^ Osmania University Governing Board Retrieved from info.worldbank.org
  20. ^ Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust, National News
  21. ^ Basildon hosts Indian delegation Archived 2012-12-24 at archive.today, Basildon Council
  22. ^ "Bhushan is IACC (South) chief". The Hindu Business Line. 13 October 2003. Retrieved 3 September 2018.
  23. ^ IEEE Hyderabad Section Archived 2013-04-15 at archive.today, Industry Academia Interaction Panel

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