Sundar Pichai: An incident has become fresh on the occasion of Sundar Pichai’s birthday. When he came to India in 2015, he interacted with students at Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University. Many people still remember this dialogue of Sundar Pichai with the students. The communication between the students and Sundar Pichai was very good. Sundar Pichai had shown great interest in the questions of the students and answered all the questions in a very laughing and smiling manner. When this dialogue was going on, he had told that if he had not been the CEO of Google, he would have definitely made a career in football or cricket. During this, when the students asked this question.
Why are Android versions not named after Indian sweets?
Sundar Pichai started laughing a lot while answering this question. Laughing, he jokingly said that if Indian people vote on it, then the next Android version will definitely be named after Indian sweets.
In the midst of this laughing joke, he also said many important things. He said, “There is a need to increase the creativity within the students in India. Apart from this, the risk taking capacity should also be increased in them.”
Sundar Pichai also told about many special programs of Google in this program of 2015.
Who is Sundar Pichai?
Sundar Pichai is the CEO of Google, the world’s largest tech giant. Sundar Pichai was born on 10 June 1972 in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. Sundar Pichai has taken his bachelor’s degree from IIT, Kharagpur. He had won silver medal in his batch. In America, Sundar did his MS from Standford University and MBA from Wharton University. Pichai was known as the Siebel Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania. Sundar Pichai joined Google in 2004. At that time he was the Product and Innovation Officer. Sundar has been the Senior Vice President (Android, Chrome and Apps Division). He has played a major role in the development of the Android operating system and Google Chrome launched in 2008.