Ghanshyam Sarda

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Respected Ghanshyam Sarda
Ghanshyam Sarda receiving award from Honorable Prime Minister India
Ghanshyam Sarda with chief minister of West Bengal
Ghanshyam Sarda with Mamata Banerjee, Hon'ble Chief Minister of West Bengal and other dignitaries.

Ghanshyam Sarda (born August 1959 in Calcutta, India) is a Calcutta-based businessman and owner of Sarda Group of Industries, which operates mainly in the jute and information technology industries and also runs a charitable trust known as Chandakala Devi Trust.


The Sarda Group of Industries is scattered all over West Bengal and is headquartered in Kolkata. The group currently has 8 jute mills that together produce more than 500 tons of jute products daily. The recently set up Jute Mill at Alwar, Rajasthan has an estimated investment of Rs 100 crore.[1]

The Sarda Group was also the first business organization in India to set up professional training facilities for people working in jute mills.[2] To date, Sarda group employs over 50,000 people and is one of West Bengals largest employers. Sarda has also been honoured for his work by many eminent personalities of the state.[3][4] Recently, Sarda Group of Industries had started a venture to help Jute labourers to take care of their own health for their benefit[5][6]


  1. "Sarda Group plans training centre for jute products". Business Line print edition.
  2. "Sarda Group plans training centre for jute products". Business Line print edition.
  4. "Sarda group charts expansion strategy".

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