Ever since the establishment of IITs and IIMs and other major engineering and management institutes in India, the youngest nation in the world has become the biggest source of creating geniuses in the technology and managerial sector. India is growing remarkably with increasing numbers of IT and management skilled individuals.
However, it often happens that most top skilled Indians move out of the nation and get settled abroad in the search for better opportunities.
Today, we can see most of the world famous multi-national companies are led by Indian-origin individuals who've earned the place by showcasing their talent, good character, skills, and the ability to work in challenging environment.
Sundar Pichai, after completing his primary schooling in India, graduated from IIT-Kharagpur. Later, he moved to Stanford University and Wharton School of the University Pennsylvania for his further studies. As per his Wikipedia page, his total net worth in the year 2017 was US$1.2 billion.
Satya Nadella is the CEO of American business company, Microsoft. Bill Gates co-founded it, alongside Paul Allen. According to Business Insider's 2014 report, Satya Nadella takes a salary that amounts to the US $84 million.
Shantanu Narayen is not only the CEO but also the President of Adobe Foundation. He earns an annual salary of $875,000.
CEO of Cognizant is none other than Indian origin man Francisco D'Souza who is known by the nickname, Frank. In the year 1994, he was part of the team that founded NASDAQ-100 company.
Rajeev Suri is working in Nokia since 2013 and has held many important roles in the company. He was the CEO of Nokia Solutions and Networks from 2015 to May 2016. He is currently serving as the CEO of Nokia.
Born in the year 1963, Sanjay Kumar Jha is currently the CEO of GlobalFoundries. Before taking this position, Sanjay had served as Chairman and CEO of Motorola Mobility.
Dinesh is an Indian-American businessman who is serving as the President and CEO of Harman International Industries. The company is a provider of audio and infotainment systems for automotives.
Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi or simply Indra Nooyi is the Chairwoman and CEO of Pepsico. She's among Indian women to reach these heights. Pepsico is the world's second-largest food and beverage company by net revenue.
Student of the Delhi University and IIM-Ahmedabad, Ajaypal 'Ajay' Singh Banga is the President and CEO of MasterCard. He is one of the prominent personalities to be honoured with the Padma Shri.
Piyush is an Indian origin banker in Singapore. He is currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer and Director of DBS Group since 2009.
NOTE: The figures mentioned in the story may vary as per the latest updates.
We asked youth on India Ka Pulse if they'd prefer to work in India or abroad. We've got some fantastic response that reflects the choice of the majority of Indians.
It turns out that the choice of working in their own country and abroad is almost equivalent. 49% of Indians said that they'd work in their own country to help boost its economy whereas 47% felt the need of shifting to the foreign nation for better lifestyle and comfort. The remaining 4% said it depends on the opportunity they get.
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