Shesh Ghale Net Worth, Wife, Biography, Venture

Shesh Ghale Net Worth, Wife, Biography, Venture

Shesh Ghale: Personal Details

Full Name:Shesh Ghale
Profession:Entrepreneur
Date of birth:1963
Age:56 years (As of 2022)
Nationality:Nepalese
Zodiac Sign:Pisces 
Net worth:1.18 billion USD
Height:5 Feet 7 Inches
Religion:Hinduism
Relationship Status:Married
Parents:Devikumari Ghale
Spouse:Jamuna Gurung
LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/shesh-ghale-ba8444ba
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/MITGroupHoldings
Twitter:Not Found

Shesh Ghale: Biography

Dr. Shesh Ghale is an Australian Businessman, Melbourne-based Australian billionaire, and the former president of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA). Ghale is the CEO of the Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT), which he co-founded with his wife, Jamuna Gurung. Ghale is one of the richest men in Nepal and ranked in the 78th position of the richest man in Australia.

Ghale was born in 1963, in the Lamjung district of Nepal. currently, he resides in Melbourne city of Australia. Ghale took up Australian citizenship in 1997. As of 2022, he is 56 years old with 5 feet and 7 inches tall height.

Shesh Ghale: Wife

Ghale’s wife’s name is Jamuna Gurung. They have a son whose name is “Aakash Ghale”. Ghale and Jamuna Gurung own Melbourne Institute of Technology college in Australia.

Ghale with Jamuna Gurung

Shesh Ghale: Net Worth

According to The Australian Financial Review Newspaper, As of 2022, Ghale has an estimated $1.18 billion net worth and is ranked as the 78th richest Australian. Ghale and his wife, Gurung, are the first billionaires in the global Nepalese diaspora and the only third billionaire of Nepalese origin after Binod Chaudhary and Balkrishna.

Shesh Ghale: Venture

  1. Melbourne Institute of Technology
  2. Sheraton Hotel

Shesh Ghale: Education

Initial tertiary education was in the former USSR from 1979 to 1986  graduating Master of Civil Engineering from Kharkiv Automobile and Highway Institute. Ghale undertook his studies on a Nepalese Government scholarship and, on returning to Nepal, he worked as a highway project engineer for the Nepalese Government Transport Department.

Ghale Relocating to Melbourne in 1990 to undertake further studies and to settle his family in Australia, he graduated from Victoria University in 1994 with a Master of Business Administration

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