Biography of Nandan Nilekani
Born: June 2, 1955, Bangalore, Karnataka
Scope: Co-founder of the software company Infosys as well as Chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)
Nandan Nilekani (born in India) is an Indian businessman, bureaucrat politician, politician, and co-founder of the famous Software company Infosys. He is also the chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). After a distinguished career with Infosys, Nandan chaired the Technical Committee set up by the Government of India, followed by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UID) to issue the Unique Identification Number, also known as a Unique Identity Number (IDN) to each person who is a citizen under India. Government of India. Then, Nandan was a member of his fellow members of the Congress party and ran in for the 2013 Lok Sabha elections from the Bangalore seat, but was defeated by the BJP. Defeated by Ananth Kumar.
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Nandan Nilekani was born on the 2nd of June 1955 in Bengaluru the capital city of Karnataka. His father, Mohan Rao Nilekani as well as his mother Durga Kokkani belong to the Brahmin community, originally from Sirsi town, which is located in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. Their father Mohan Rao worked as general manager of Mysore and Minerva Mills and believed in Fabian imperialism, which was influential on Nandan when he was a young child. His younger brother Vijay is employed at his workplace at the Nuclear Energy Institute.
Nandan was educated at Bishop Cotton Boys School, Bangalore, and St. Joseph’s High School in Dharwad along with PU College, Dharwad. He then graduated in Electrical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay’.
Biography of Nandan Nilekani
Nandan Nilekani began their career in his early 20s at Patni Computer System. The interview for his position in Patni was held with NR. Narayanamurthy took. While working on both, the amount of work intensified, and, in 1982, N.R. Together With Narayana Murthy and five others were forced to leave Patni Computer Systems to form an entirely new company called Infosys. Following this, Nandan achieved great heights through his dedication and commitment.
He was appointed Infosys’s CEO in 2002. Infosys at the time of 2002. The company was founded and he remained in the post until April 2007. His co-worker Chris Gopalakrishnan has been appointed the CEO at Infosys to replace him. Additionally, Nandan was appointed Co-Chairman on the Board of Directors of the company.
Before being appointed Infosys as CEO Nandan had held a variety of key posts within the company, including the Chairman, Managing Director, and COO. (Chief Executive Officer).
In 2009 Nandan retired from Infosys and went on to be the Chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). He was appointed to the cabinet post upon the request by then Manmohan Singh, the then Prime Minister. It is believed that the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is developing a database that will give a unique identification number to each citizen of the nation. Based on this ID number, all details of the individual are accessible to the government.
Nandan is an active part of the Council for Research in International Economic Relations (ICRIER) on behalf of India and is the president of the Independent Applied Economic Research Institute of India (NCAER).
He also serves as an advisory board member of various organizations such as the “World Economic Forum Foundation” and the ‘Bombay Heritage Foundation. He was also on the ‘Daily Show With Jon Stewart’ to promote his book “Imagining India The Idea of a Revitalized Nation’. He shared his views about India’s future India during a TED conference in 2009.
Biography of Nandan Nilekani
In March 2014, he became a part of in the Indian National Congress and represented the Congress from Bangalore South in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, but fell to the BJP. The BJP defeated him. BJP chief Ananth Kumar.
Nandan Nilekani married Rohini Nilekani. They both met during an event at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. The couple Nilekani has two children, Nihar Jhanvi and Nihar. Jhanvi and both graduated from the renowned Yale University.
Nandan was a member of his Chitarpur Saraswat Brahmin Chitarpur Saraswat Brahmin community, and His first native language is Konkani. Nandan is proficient in Hindi, English as well as Kannada, and Marathi.
Awards and Honours
In 2011 Toronto University’s Rotman Institute of Management awarded him a Doctorate.
In 2011 he got ND TV. “Transformational Idea award of the year” under Indian of the Year.
The year 2009 was the first time that Time magazine placed Nandan on its prestigious ‘World’s Top Influential People list.
In 2009, Yale University honored him as a ‘Legend of Leadership’.
He was honored in 2006 when he received an award with the Padma Bhushan award in 2006 from the Government of India.
In 2006, Forbes Asia honored him as Businessman of the Year.
He was honored with the ‘Corporate Citizen of the Year award during the Asia Business Leaders Award presented by CNBC.
Joseph Schumpeter Award to honor progressive policies and services in the fields of economics and politics in 2005.
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