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Chairman, Managing Director, and Largest Shareholder of Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL)
Announced the Jio Phone at an effective price of Rs 0
During the 40th annual general meeting of RIL, he announced bonus shares in the ratio of 1:1 which is the country's largest bonus issue in India, and announced the Jio Phone at an effective price of Rs 0.
Reliance Jio became India's third-largest-selling mobile phone brand
Reliance Industries Ltd.
Ambani-led Jio launched its own 4G smartphone brand named LYF. In June 2016, it was India's third-largest-selling mobile phone brand.
Invested Rs 1.8 trillion for the 4G broadband services
Mukesh Ambani, while addressing the 40th AGM of Reliance Industries, said he will invest Rs 1.8 trillion (short scale) across businesses in the next three years and launch 4G broadband services in 2015.
Ambani announced infrastructure for the 4G network in India
In December 2013 Ambani announced, at the Progressive Punjab Summit in Mohali, the possibility of a "collaborative venture" with Bharti Airtel in setting up digital infrastructure for the 4G network in India.
Ambani led the creation of world's largest grassroots petroleum refinery
Ambani directed and led the creation of the world's largest grassroots petroleum refinery at Jamnagar, India, which had the capacity to produce 660,000 barrels per day (33 million tonnes per year) in 2010, integrated with petrochemicals, power generation, port, and related infrastructure.
Mukesh Ambani received the control of Reliance Industries Ltd.
Bombay High Court
After mukesh's father died, this situation elevated tensions between the brothers as Dhirubhai had not left a will for the distribution of the empire in 2004. Their mother intervened to stop the feud, splitting the company into two, Ambani receiving control of Reliance Industries Limited and Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Limited, which was later approved by the Bombay High Court in December, 2005.
Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year
Ernst & Young India
Mukesh got the "Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year" award from Ernst & Young India.
Patalganga Petrochemical Plant
At the age of 24, Ambani was given charge of the construction of Patalganga petrochemical plant when the company was heavily investing in oil refinery and petrochemicals.
Ambani later enrolled for an MBA at Stanford University but withdrew in 1980 to help his father build Reliance, which at the time was still a small but fast-growing enterprise.
St. Xavier's College
After his secondary schooling, Ambani studied at the St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. He then received a BE degree in Chemical Engineering from the Institute of Chemical Technology.
Hill Grange High School
Peddar Road, Mumbai
Ambani attended the Hill Grange High School at Peddar Road, Mumbai, along with his brother and Anand Jain.