Shivinder Mohan Singh: His Second Inning for a Social Cause

Shivinder Mohan Singh

Indian Healthcare Business tycoon Shivinder Mohan Singh of Fortis Healthcare has decided to step down from his current position and going to join full-time “Sewa” at the Radha Swami Satsang Beas (RSSB) as per various media reports.

“Having spent almost two decades setting up and running Fortis, our mission of saving and enriching lives is an integral part of my being. Over time, this has inspired me to do more direct service and give back to society a little of what I have received in abundance… I will move to Dera, Beas post transitioning my executive responsibilities at Fortis,” Shivinder Singh said in a statement to the Bombay Stock Exchange – This is as reported in Media.

If someone reads his about us page on,  one could easily understand his interest and focus area apart from Healthcare. This is what mentioned on website:

“While healthcare is a passion for Shivinder, his dream is to contribute in building a vibrant India. He is involved in a number of initiatives focused on social change – a better future for the girl child, HIV education, quality healthcare in Rural India and more. Shivinder is on the board of visitors of Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, USA and the board of trustees of Aspen India. He is also on the national board of advisors for AIESEC, a global, non-political and independent, not-for-profit organization run by students and graduates from institutions of higher education.”

This news is taken as a big surprise by Business community. We at fee that this move is a good sign for social change in India. If people like Shivinder Mohan Singh starts devoting their time in social service then it can really become a game changer in Indian social sector because they know how to run a cause at large scale which could benefit more people. The kind of contacts and exposure Shivinder Mohan Singh has, he is not going to leave any stone unturned.

We wish all the best to Shivinder Mohan Singh for his decision for taking the noble cause.

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