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Mr. Anil Nehru
A Chemical Engineer by education, Mr. Nehru has over 3 decades of experience in the Pharma Industry. He retired from Pfizer Ltd as a Technical Director in 2002.
During his long stint with the company, he oversaw all major aspects of manufacturing and operations. He brings a wealth of manufacturing, operational and technical expertise to Sanat.
Mr. Nehru also serves on the Board of several Corporate and not-for-profit organizations. He is also involved in teaching and delivering lectures on occupational health and safety.
Mr. Ashok Bahl
Mr. Ashok Bahl is a director of Sanat Products Limited since September, 1999.
He gives his expert advices which are beneficial for the Sanat. He also serves on the Board of several corporates.
Mr. Goldie Gaba
A Chartered Accountant by education, Mr. Gaba has over 11 years of vast experience behind him.
Mr. Gaba is also appointed a Chief Financial Officer of Sanat Products, as CFO he gives his expertise to check and control the cost of the company to make it profitable.
He also serves on the Board of several Corporates; he is also a director in B R Bee Products Pvt. Ltd., a well known name of Honey producers and manufacturers.
Mr. Mohan Ji Saxena
A gold-medal winning Pharmacy post-graduate from the prestigious Banaras Hindu University, Mr. Saxena is the Director of Sanat Products Limited.
He associated with Sanat Products Limited as Director since 2008. He has published several papers in reputed Journals and has an unflinching commitment to Animal health, Agriculture and Rural Development.
He is a good and dynamic person who always looking forward for the growth and upward direction.
Mr. Pradip Burman
Pradip Burman is the great grandson of the founder of Dabur, Dr. S.K Burman. Born in a family of innovators and philanthropists, he absorbed these qualities from childhood. He cannot lie, even if it would save him from punishment. The Burman family was based out of Kolkata. 1960, he then applied to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA, for a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
He returned to India in 1967. He joined Dabur India Ltd , in Calcutta, as an executive, where his brother was running production, and his uncle, P.C. Burman, was in charge of R&D. In 1969, he married and had a son soon after. In 1975, Pradip Burman was made Director, and was in charge of the Kolkata plant for next 7 years.
Pradip Burman is currently the Chairman of Dabur Nepal Pvt Limited (a subsidiary of Dabur India Ltd) and also serves as a promoter director on the Board of Aviva Life Insurance Co. Ltd with many awards and honors in his name. Over the years, he was engaged in leading the companies that merged with Dabur India Ltd., such as Vidogum & Chemicals Ltd. He is also the Chairman of Sanat Products Limited and Ayurvet Limited.
He has established his mark not only in corporate world but also in social services. He is the chairman of Sundesh,a registered voluntary organization with an objective of development of rural areas. At Sundesh Mr. Pradip Burman has initiated social development programmes that take a holistic approach and integrates various aspects like health, literacy, employment and empowerment to let people take control of their lives.
Mr. Pradip Burman is the chairman of Mobius Foundation, established in 2015, is a non-profit organization working towards environmental sustainability. In a world struggling with scarcity, the foundation believes that environmental conservation is the key to a better future and a greener planet. He is also a trustee of the Climate Reality Project – India (affiliated to Mr. Al Gore of the Climate Reality Project Foundation, USA). A voracious reader, and a lover of music. But his passion is to stop the degradation of the ecology.
Mr. Burman said, “With the advancement in technology and fast-paced developments, it is vital to build an eco-system which protects the only planet we have. Our Earth is being degraded. Diesel and petrol emissions, smoke from coal and wood, factories spewing smoke pollutes the air we breathe. Factory waste and sewage are poured into rivers and lakes, poisoning the water we drink. Chemicals, in the form of fertilizers and insecticides, permeate into the earth and are absorbed into the crops we eat. Millions of trees, that provide our oxygen, are cut down and made into furniture, toys, doors and window frames.
I am responsible, you are responsible, everybody is responsible to make changes in their lives, so that your grand-children do not need to wear oxygen masks and can eat fresh vegetables instead of synthetic food.”