|Born||5 March 1907|
|Died||1 July 1989|
|Education||College of Engineering, Pune Imperial College, London|
|Known for||Tata Motors|
|Relatives||Leela Sumant Moolgaokar (wife)|
Sumant Moolgaokar (5 March 1906 – 1989) was an Indian industrialist, known as architect of Tata Motors. He was the chief executive of Tata Electrical and Locomotive Company (TELCO). He also remained Vice-Chairman of Tata Steel  and served as non-executive chairman of Maruti Suzuki.  He was awarded the Padma Bhushan, third-highest civilian honour by the Government of India in 1990.
- Padma Bhushan 1990
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