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Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, who was the first Indian industrialist and the inheritor of the Tata Group, was born on March 3, 1839 in a Parsi Zoroastrian family in Navsari Gujarat. His family was quite well off because of his father, Nusserwanji Tata, was an entrepreneur and the founder of Tata Group. So his son’s future was promising. Jamsetji Tata was a privileged child and had access to good education.
The town Navsari inhabited one of the largest Parsi communities in Gujarat. This town was known for its cotton markets and had a large cotton industry. However, Jamsetji Tata had his own goals in life which didn’t include working on a cotton field.
Parsis migrated from Persia in fear of being persecuted by the Muslims around the tenth century. This community settled largely in Bombay and some places north of Bombay.
My wife and I want our only son to a priest.
The IGCSE exams were near and Jamsetji was excited about it. He used to study all day.
His whole family was proud of him because he received the best score on the IGCSE exams in the whole collage. He had also given an inspirational speech in the collage.
Jamsetji Tata has got the best grade in the IGCSE EXAM
Jamsetji Tata went to Elphinstone College which was one of the best colleges in Bombay. He was not the same person he used to be when he lived in Navsari. His perspectives for success and his personality changed drastically. His friends were successful and the new environment was promising. Jamsetji Tata was motivated to become an established man in Bombay.
Elphinstone College Bombay
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