Narayana Murthy gave me my first job: Nandan Nilekani

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Bengaluru: On Friday coming to worldwide software firm Infosys following eight years as its new non-executive chairman, co-founder Nandan Nilekani recall his contribution to the nation. Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy for his contributions to the corporation and the nation. Nilekani conveyed Mr Murthy was father of trade governance in India.

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Nilekani further conveyed that Murthy is a great prophet head. He gave me my first employment when I moved on from IIT Bombay in the 1980s in Patni Computers in which he was a product design. He has made exceptional commitments to the nation.” “I was a CEO of this organization (Infosys) and surrendered from that position 10 years before.

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In 2009, I was welcomed by then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to take an occupation in the administration in the status of a bureau pastor to do one of the world’s most complex innovation ventures – Aadhaar card that has given over a billion people a character and is the essential reason for India’s change,” Nilekani said at a news meeting here.

Nilekani, who was CEO of Infosys from March 2002 till April 2007 and its bad habit executive along these lines, quit the organization in 2009 to head the Unique Identification Authority of India as it’s initially Chairman till May 2014.

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Declaring that he was additionally the organization’s originator – of which he was glad, the technocrat business person said he was back in light of the fact that he trusted that he had records of getting things done.

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“I have confidence in agreement building and my consultative abilities have made factor,” he added. Repeating that he spoke to 100 for each penny of the investors, Nilekani guaranteed them that he would release his obligation with the most elevated principles of administration, treating all financial specialists similarly.

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