1. Shri Anil Manibhai Naik L&T
2. Dr. Bavaguthu Raghuram Shetty
3. Shri R.K. Krishna Kumar
4. Dr. Bavaguthu Raghuram Shetty
5. Shri Arunmugam Sakthivel
6. Dr A S Ganguly
7. Dr.PrathapC. Reddy
8. Col. Satya Pal Wahi
9. Rustomji Homusji Modi
10. Suresh Shankar Nadkarni
Dr A S Ganguly
Noted industry expert and former chairman of Hindustan Lever Ashok S. Ganguly was named one of the recipients of this year’s Padma Vibhushan awards.Ganguly, a member of the Prime Minister’s Council on Trade and Industry, served as Hindustan Lever’s (now Hindustan Unilever) chairman during 1980-90. During his over 35 years’ professional career, he had also been member of several government committees.
Dr. Prathap C. Reddy
Is an Indian doctor and businessman who founded the first corporate chain of hospitals in India, the Apollo Hospitals Group in 1983. He is the Executive Chairman of the company. 
He was awarded Padma Bhushan in 1991 by the Government of India. He also received the second highest accolade in the Indian civilian awards, the Padma Vibhushan in 2010 . Though a trained allopathic doctor ,he affirmed his belief in Ayurveda by citing the recovery of his own brother from rheumatoid heart disease when the same could not be cured by Allopathy medicines, in an interview to a telugu news channel(translation of his statement:I dont agree that Allopathy is ultimate because of my own experience.When my elder brother was diagnosied with rheumatoid heart discease in 1953, Doctors have told that he will not live for more than few weeks.Then he was treated with ayurveda medicines in kotipalli.He has completely recovered in six weeks.Many disceases which are not curable by the current medicines can be cured with Ayurveda)
A trained cardiologist at Stanley Medical College, Chennai, Dr. Reddy worked at the Missouri State Chest Hospital, where he headed several research programs. The absence of world-class medical facilities in India spurred him to set up the first Apollo Hospital in Chennai in 1983, at a time when private healthcare institutions were virtually unknown in India.
Over the years, Dr. Reddy has been able to attract the best medical talent to India including doctors from hospitals in the US and UK. He has also been instrumental in bringing several regulatory changes that relate to licensing, ceasing of import restrictions, permission for organ transplants, etc. Dr. Reddy’s pioneering approach and tireless efforts have contributed significantly to the emergence of the private healthcare sector in India. For his contributions, Dr. Reddy was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 1991.