1 Indra Nooyi
She has consistently ranked among the world's 100 most powerful women. In 2014, she was ranked at number 13 on the Forbes list of The World's 100 Most Powerful Women, and was ranked the 2nd most powerful woman on the Fortune list in 2015 In 2017, she was ranked the 2nd most powerful woman once more on the Forbes list of The 19 Most Powerful Women in Business.
2 Chitra Ramakrishna
Chitra Ramkrishna(born 1963) was the first woman managing director and chief executive officer of the National Stock Exchange (NSE). Ramkrishna was part of a hand-picked leadership team created to set up the NSE to provide a fully automated, screen-based trading system. She was selected as the woman of the year in the Business Leadership Awards by the Forbes magazine recently and was also ranked 17th in the list of top global women business leaders by Fortune magazine, USA. She is the second most powerful businesswoman in India in this list. She has been featured in the list of top 30 women achievers by the Business Today group for the last four successive years
3 Kalpana Morparia
Kalpana Morpariais an Indian banker. She was associated with ICICI Bank for thirty three years. Presently she is the Chief Executive Officer of JP Morgan India, the Indian extension of a 2.1 trillion dollar American company. Kalpana serves as an independent Director on the Boards of several leading Indian companies. A graduate in law from Bombay University, Morparia has served on several committees constituted by the Government of India. She is ranked by Fortune magazine as one of the fifty most powerful women in international business.
4 Manisha Girotra
Manisha Girotra(born 1969) is an Indian business executive. Technology services firm Mindtree had appointed Manisha Girotra, the India CEO of a leading global independent investment bank, to its board of directors. Girotra is a graduate of the Delhi School of Economics. She is the country head of India for Moelis & Company. (CEO Of India)
Manisha Girotra is Chief Executive Officer of Moelis India. Girotra was most recently CEO and Country Head of UBS in India managing its investment bank, commercial bank, markets, equity research and wealth management divisions. Previously, Girotra was Head – North India of Barclays Bank. Girotra began her investment banking career in London in the corporate bank at ANZ Grindlays. She was honored as a Young Global Leader in 2010 by the World Economic Forum and was named one of the “15 Women to Watch in Asia” by Forbes in 2008 and one of the “50 Women to Watch” in the annual Wall Street Journal survey in 2007. Girotra has appeared in Business Today's “25 Most Powerful Women in Business in India” for the past five years as well as Fortune India's “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” in 2014. Girotra holds a degree from St. Stephen's College, Delhi and received a gold medal for her master's degree from the Delhi School of Economics.
5 Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw(born 23 March 1953) is an Indian billionaire entrepreneur. She is the chairperson and managing director of Biocon Limited, a biotechnology company based in Bangalore, India and the former chairperson of Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. In 2014, she was awarded the Othmer Gold Medal for outstanding contributions to the progress of science and chemistry. She is on the Financial Times’ top 50 women in business list. In 2019, she is listed as the 65th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes. She has been selected for EY entrepreneur of the year 2020.