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Success Stories

Menstrual Hygiene and Health Check Awareness Camp in Tamsai Village

Mumbai, July 2022: In an awareness program on menstrual hygiene, a camp was conducted by Motherhood Hospital, Kharghar at Tamsai Village. Where 25 women participated. The issues addressed during the camp were primarily menstrual hygiene and general health. The pads were distributed to all the women present during the camp. Menstruation is a healthy biological process but there is still a stigma, and taboo associated with it. However, the situation

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Varun Pandit: IIT Kanpur – B.S. Economics

SUCCESS STORIES (Oil India Super 30 – Guwahati, 2010-2011) I was born on February 4, 1993 in a small town in Bihar named Lalganj. Just after few months of my birth I was brought back to Yingkiong, a smallsub-urban town in the terrain of Himalayas in Arunachal Pradesh. This was the place where my Father, Mr Vishwanath Pandit was working in a semi-government fair price distribution society. My entire family including my elder brother,

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Amol Mejari – IIT BHU

SUCCESS STORIES (Electrical Engineering) MGL Unnati – Thane (2013-14) After a rigorous coaching of 9-10 months, these 10 students appeared for the entrance exam. The results of this first batch of 10 students was heartening and encouraging for MGL. Out of 10 students 5 students qualified in IIT Mains and 3 out of 5 students competed in IIT Advance. 3 out of the 5 students got admission into IIT and NIT and rest

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Rahul Sahani

SUCCESS STORIES IIT Madras Civil Engineering Oil India Super 30, Dibrugarh (2013-14) My name is Rahul Sahani. I belong to Shantipur (in Sadiya) a remote place of Assam. Brahmaputra River separates my native place Sadiya from Tinsukia district, which is the foremost reason that our area is quite backward in terms of education, information, connectivity, medical & transportation facilities. My father runs a shop and mother is a house wife. Amongst the four siblings (3 brothers and 1  sister), I am the eldest

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Ayush Jain, IIT Delhi Civil Engineering , GAIL-Utkarsh Super 100, 2013-14

SUCCESS STORIES Life doesn’t bless us with many chances. In fact, it brings chances at our doorstep but those are rare where one could prove one’s mettle. And further rarest are the chances for everyone which carry all the elements needed for success in life. One such imperative element is providing education to those who don’t enjoy an easy existence. Gail India is one such entity which emerges as a

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A Great Migrant Success Story

SUCCESS STORIES Madurai-born Sundar Pichai graduated from IIT Kharagpur and went on to occupy the top post at Google. He led its innovation efforts with Chrome, Google Drive and Android before becoming CEO. “Sundar Pichai is a great migrant success story and we Indians are proud of his success. We at Y-Axis have always held the Global Indian in great pride.” — Xavier Augustin, CEO of Y-Axis For Sundar Pichai,

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A Banker with a Soft Corner for India

SUCCESS STORIES Nikesh Arora occupied top positions at Google joining SoftBank as President and COO. The frenetic pace of investing has earned Arora and SoftBank a special place in the hearts of Indian entrepreneurs. Arora is considered by his colleagues as a team person. A globetrotter, Arora is, however, an Indian at heart. He has Indian food at home, his family speaks in Hindi. Nikesh Arora has a penchant for

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One Cool Venturesome Dude

SUCCESS STORIES The co-founder of Sun Microsystems quit the company to become a legendary venture capitalist. Today, the firm manages $1 billion of investor capital as well as investments funded by Khosla himself. Khosla Ventures is based in Menlo Park, California.  The tale of the co-founder of the Sun Micro-systems, who quit the company to become a venture capitalist and a billionaire in the process, that is the microcosm of

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MasterCard Boss: An Indian to the Core

SUCCESS STORIES The President and CEO of MasterCard was appointed with a mandate to chase down industry leader Visa. He was named by The Economic Times as the fourth ‘most powerful global Indian’ on its list.  “When I graduated, I was all of 21, green behind the ears. And I had no clue what I was going to do with my life other than join a great global firm Nestle.”

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