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7,000 ex-service staff at Reliance

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MUMBAI, Oct. 6

THE largest Indian corporate in the private sector appears to be the biggest refuge for ex-armed forces personnel.

Reliance Industries Ltd has 7,000 employees who are ex-army personnel. This constitutes over 15 per cent of the employee-strength of the company.

"This not only makes Reliance the largest employer of ex-armed forces personnel in the country, but also infuses diligence and discipline into work ethics,'' said Mr. Mukesh Ambani, CMD, in his speech at a national HR conference here.

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