ITC Limited announced the appointment of Mr. Atul Singh as a Non-Executive Director of the Company, liable to retire by rotation, for period of three years with effect from 2nd April, 2024 and Pushpa Subrahmanyam as an Independent Director of the Company for a period of five years with effect from 2nd April, 2024. Mr. Atul Singh (64), DIN: 00060943, is a retired executive with more than 35 years of diverse experience in consumer-oriented roles across multiple geographies. He holds Degrees of bachelor?s in commerce from St.

Xavier's College, Kolkata, and Masters in Business Administration from the Neeley School of Business, Texas, USA. Mr. Singh started his career as an Auditor with Price Waterhouse, USA and has held several senior leadership positions at Colgate-Palmolive, Coca-Cola, and Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair Company. In 2022, he assumed the role of Executive Vice Chairman (Senior Management Personnel) of Raymond Limited, a position from which he stepped down in August 2023.

Mr. Singh presently serves on the Board of Compass Limited (ultimate Holding Company of Bata India Limited) and is a Member of Young Presidents' Organization, New Delhi Chapter, and of the Governing Board of Plan International, India Chapter, an NGO working with children and girls in over 80 countries. He has been on the Boards of Genesis Colors Limited, Coca Cola India Private Limited and Coca-Cola India Foundation, amongst others. He was an Independent Director on the Board of Bata India Limited from 2011 to 2014.

He has also served as Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in India and as Member of the Advisory Board of AIESEC. Ms. Pushpa Subrahmanyam (62), DIN: 01894076, is a retired IAS Officer with administrative experience of over 36 years. She also holds a master?s degree in development planning and project Management from the University of Bradford, UK, and master?s in political science from the University of Hyderabad.

Ms. Subrahmanyam joined the Indian Administrative Service in 1985 (Andhra Pradesh cadre) and has worked across several sectors including tribal, women & child development, urban development, and poverty alleviation. She was the Secretary of the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India, for more than three years, from where she retired in January 2022. She also worked as Finance Secretary of the combined State of Andhra Pradesh and has expertise in handling public finance.

Since 2013, she managed the employment intensive sectors of textiles and food processing industries at the national level in the Government of India. Ms. Subrahmanyam had high level exposure to policy making having worked in the Prime Minister's Office for four years. She also worked with the erstwhile Department for International Development, UK, as Governance Adviser for three years.

Ms. Subrahmanyam has been on the Boards of National Textile Corporation Limited, Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Limited, Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited and Andhra Pradesh Urban Finance and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited, amongst others.