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TCS wants more women leaders in top deck, sensitisation on caste issues also on cards


Ritu Anand, Chief leadership & diversity officer, TCS

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“Today diversity is among the centre points of focus for our CEO and leadership. I have upfront seen the board-level questions, board-level interest in this subject,” said TCS’ chief leadership & diversity officer Ritu Anand.

MUMBAI: India’s largest software company, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is looking to increase the proportion of women holding leadership positions, as part of a broader agenda to deepen diversity, a top executive told ET. This will also include training employees to be more sensitive to issues of caste, which has emerged as a flashpoint in debates on diversity within global tech circles.“Today diversity is among the centre points of focus

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