Top 5 Indian Tech Geeks That Have Conquered The World.
Technology is emerging to be one of the top focuses of all the developing nations around the world.
Technology is no more tools, gadgets and devices but has become a basic necessity in the life of an individual — as each and everyday, we need technology in our life to accomplish our everyday activities.
This article comprises of some of the Top 5 Indian Techies That Have Conquered The World and their various positions in some tech firms around the world.
There are over 20% of the engineers at Microsoft are Indians, then around 30% of the engineers at Google are Asian (most of which are obviously Indians), 3.3%(Credits-Manpreet Singh) of the number of employees at Facebook are Indians, and moreover , one out of every three engineers working at Apple are Indians.
The country India, is one of the nation with an educational system in the world having third-largest higher education system that comes with over 800 Universities, 39,000 colleges, and strength of an estimated 20 million students according to statistics by Study India.
The size is not what makes the Indian education system unique but rather the talented minds that it has fostered since its inception. Most students graduated from the Indian education system tend to become globally recognized personnel in the I.T field — and here are some of them below.
Top 5 Indian Tech Geeks That Have Conquered The World
Sundar Pichai – The CEO of Alphabet as well as Google.
Don’t forget that Google is a subsidiary of Alphabet and thus, anything under the tech company Alphabet becomes a product under Sundar Pichai as the CEO.
Sundar Pichai has been known to be one of the most renowned tech-heads globally. A distinguished alumnus from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, where Sundar Pichai studied Metallurgical Engineering and upon completion of his education, Sundar Pichai then rose the ranks in Google to a certain level we know him for today.
Satya Nadella – CEO of Microsoft
Satya Nadella is known to be the Chief Executive Officer at Microsoft — a global tech firm we can’t get rid of using their products on our Desktop or Laptop computers.
Satya Nadella as born in Hyderabad, he had his education at the Hyderabad Public School in Bagumpet, Hyderabad. After Hyderabad Public School in Bagumpet, Satya Nadella then further his education and earned his Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering at Manipal Institute of Technology in 1988 — worked with Sun Microsystems before he had his integral of being part of Microsoft.
Shantanu Narayen – President & COO of Adobe
Shantanu Narayen was born and raised in Hyderabad.
Shantanu Narayen is known to be the President & COO of Adobe — a product the world cant resist in using particulary for graphic designers, motion graphic designers, animation makers and more.
Shantanu Narayen after his primary studies, had his Bachelor’s Degreee in Electronics and Communication Engineering from University College of Engineering, Osmania University.
Adobe has a lot of product the world is enjoying today — ranging from Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier Pro, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Illustrator etc.
Rajeev Suri – CEO of Nokia
Another recognized Indian tech personalilty on our list from ICT Catalogue is the CEO behind Nokia.
The Indian-Singaporean business executive and the Chief Executive Officer of Nokia.
Rajeev Suri was an alumnus of the Manipal Academy of Higher Education who was known to be one of the only two non-Finnish Chief Executive Officers of Nokia.
Ruchi Sanghvi (born 20 January 1982) is an Indian computer engineer. She was the first female engineer hired by Facebook. In late 2010, she quit Facebook and in 2011, she started her own company Cove, with two other co-founders. The company was sold to Dropbox in 2012 and Sanghvi joined Dropbox as VP of Operations. She left Dropbox in October 2013.
In 2016, Sanghvi established South Park Commons, a residential and professional tech space that functions similarly to a hackerspace.
These are some of the brilliant Indians that have made a breakthroughs, and had left a mark in the field of technology.
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