Azim Premji is also Chairman of Azim Premji Foundation.
What does APF stand for?
APF stands for Azim Premji Foundation (India)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Premji as the tycoon with a difference By transferring 12 per cent of his shareholding worth Rs 12,300 crore to the Azim Premji Foundation, Wipro chairman Aziz Premji has once again displayed his conviction in the Gandhian notion of trusteeship rather than ownership of property.
The Azim Premji Foundation, started in 2001, has worked on the quality of education with various state governments focusing on the underprivileged.
The decade- old Azim Premji Foundation, for instance, has its task cut out.
With established players in this field, such as the Azim Premji Foundation and Bangalore's Akshara Foundation, being joined by Dhawan's Capital Square Foundation, and many more initiatives of differing scales across the country, the nature of schooling may change completely for children coming from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Towards funding of the project, the Azim Premji Foundation has agreed to deposit Rs 25 crore with the government and induct ministers and senior government officials on its board.