Ramadorai quits from NSDA, NSDC posts... going back to Tata?
Tata veteran S Ramadorai has resigned as chairman of the government’s skill development agencies -- NSDA and NSDC -- sparking speculation that he might be headed back to India’s largest conglomerate.
Ramadorai, 71, quit sometime last month and his resignation has been accepted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, sources privy to the development said.
Rohit Nandan, Vice-Chairman of the Governing Body and Secretary, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, has been appointed interim head of the National Skill Development Agency till a full-time chairman is appointed.
The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) Board is likely to meet tomorrow to discuss the future road map, post the resignation.