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Celebrate home-grown talent to stop brain drain: Murthy

THE country must recognise and cel-ebrate people who have excelled in di-versified fields in order to prevent brain drain, co founder of Infosys NR Narayana Murthy has said. He made this remark while interact-ing with students of National Institute of Technology-Tiruchy (NIT-T) during its convocation day programme on Saturday. Distinguished alumnus N Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Sons, was present on the occasion. Renowned for his strategic planning and implementation, Murthy said so-ciety must stop comparing domestic talents with tech savvy minds in the Silicon Valley. "If we continue all the good things that we are doing now to make India more attractive for our youngsters, we are likely to have people like Sundar Pichai and Satya Nadella in our country," he said. "Earlier one had to chooseengineer-ing or medicine as there were hardly any jobs. But, today the situation has improved quite a lot, and tomorrow it will improve even further," Murthy pointed out and advised students to opt the field one feels passionate about. Heaping praise on Chandrasekaran, Murthy said the feat accomplished by the former are no lesser to the talents of celebrated minds abroad. Turning nostalgic, Chandrasekaran said it was wonderful to walk around the campus and see how much it has expanded. Addressing the students, Chandrasekaran said. "When you want to achieve something, it is not about how you are going to achieve it,

Mini Shall Thomas. Director of NIT-T (R), conferring honorary doctorate on Chairman of Tata Sons N (hand rasekaran. Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy looks on I II Plastics RIM
Emulate Murthy, students told Tiruchy: National Institute of Technology Tiruchy (NIT-T), formerly Regional Engineering College, on Saturday conferred a honorary doctorate on N Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata Sons and alumnus of the 1986 batch. Accepting the honour, Dr Chandrasekaran said perseverance was the key to success. He advised students to emulate NR Narayana Murthy, co-founder of Infosys, and described him as a legend with multiple dimensions. "Narayana Murthy has shown how simple a successful person can be and he is the best role model for youngsters," Chandra said A total of 1,649 students was awarded degrees and doctorates. The President's Medal for overall highest Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) was bagged by two students.
but all you need is to have aspiration." The Tata Sons Chairman added that it was not just academics that prepared him for the future rather the in-teraction with faculty members moulded him into a strong personality.
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