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Google CEO Sundar Pichai Will Address IIT Kharagpur Students
On January 5, Google CEO, Sundar Pichai will visit the IIT Kharagpur. He wants to share his experience in this institute and also encourage the students. He has never been to this college as a CEO of Google and the visit for this journey has been titled “A journey back to the past to inspire the future”.
The director of IIT Kharagpur, PP Chakrabarti said that “the Google CEO Sundar Pichai wants to address the students in the first week of January 2017. Invitations have been distributed to the reporters for this event. This event will be introduced by Google CEO Sundar Pichai and other senior leaders. The minister of IT, Ravi Shankar Prasad will be present on this special occasion.
The content of the invitation is as follows “Small and Medium Enterprise is the fortitudes of the Indian market. it is the future of our country. Google is passionate to teach the enterprise, the potential of the digital environment and the owners of the enterprises are faithfully invited in this event as well. The superior leaders are called to discuss the necessity of digitalisation for Indian SMBs”.
The Google Digital Unlocked event is considered to concentrate on cloud computing, Google Maps for businesses and exploring the internet among peoples.
The ex-students of this college can also join this event and enjoy their winter holiday by listening to Pichai. Pichai had earned his degree from the IIT Kharagpur institute in 1993 and qualified BTech in metallurgical and materials engineering. Then, he went to attempt an MS in Engineering and Materials Science from Stanford University and an MBA from the Wharton School. Now, he is the CEO of Google. He is wedded to Anjali Pichai who was a chemical engineer and also a classmate at IIT Kharagpur.
Nowadays, Google is working on Railtel and is trying to provide free WiFi assistance at Udhagamandalam (Ooty) station in Tamil Nadu. Now Google produces free WiFi services at 100 railway stations and helping 10 million people for free access to the internet.