Career story of a woman banker ‘Arundhati Bhattacharya’
For all those women aspiring to be a banker, this post is bound to excite you! Let’s take you through the inspirational career story of an Indian woman banker – Arundhati Bhattacharya, the first woman chairperson of the State Bank of India.
Born to Prodyut Kumar Banarjee, Arundhatti Bhattacharya belongs to a Bengali family. Her father worked at the Bhilai Steel Plant and mother Kalyani Mukherjee was a Homeopathy Consultant in Bokaro. Arundhatti’s husband is an ex-professor of IIT Kharagpur.
The Indian women banker Arundhatti completed her schooling from the St. Xavier’s School, Bokaro. Seeing her proficiency in English Literature, Arundhatti’s teacher encouraged her to pursue her further studies in the subject. Though, her father wanted her to be an engineer but she was never forced to take up engineering. She heeded the advice of her teachers and completed her graduation at the Kolkata’s Lady Brabourne College and earned her post-graduation degree from the Jadavpur University.