Premji Invest manages his billion worth of personal portfolio.
He is currently the second richest person in India.
He has twice been listed among the 100 most influential people by TIME Magazine, once in 2004 and more recently in 2011.
Premji owns 73% percent of Wipro and also owns a private equity fund.
Example Your partner transferred £1,250 to your Personal Allowance, making their allowance £11,250 and yours £13,750.
The Foundation began by implementing various programs to improve educational quality across the country.
By 2010 however it became clear that working on a “project” mode was inadequate and it takes continuous effort over many decades for any deep-rooted change to happen.
Under this pledge the billionaires commit atleast 50% of their wealth to philanthropy.
Azim Premji Foundation is a not-for profit organisation that has been working since 2000 with the elementary education system in rural government schools in India.
Azim Premji, the billionaire chairman of Indian conglomerate Wipro Ltd., will give a further 34 percent of shares in the company worth .5 billion to support philanthropic activities, the most generous donation in Indian history.