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More jobs in IT industry than public sector: Narayana Murthy
Money Today

More jobs in IT industry than public sector: Narayana Murthy

IANS Bengaluru Last Updated: November 27, 2014 | 00:00 IST Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy The burgeoning Indian IT industry had over taken the state-run public sector in job creation, Infosys co-founder N.R. Narayana Murthy said on Wednesday. "The IT ... Money Today, 16 hours ago

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MIT offered help, not Indian Institute of Science, says NR Narayana Murthy

BENGALURU: Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy said it was disappointing that Indian universities do not work with domestic industry the way global ones do. "Today, the software industry brings $40 billion to the city (Bengaluru) and we have ...
 Economic Times18 hours ago MIT offered help, not IISc, says Murthy  Times of India20 hours ago
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Software industry is largest creator of jobs: Narayana Murthy

e with China's emergence as 'the factory of the world'. He also said that software industry has overtaken PSUs as biggest job creator in the country with about 32 lakh-strong workforce and further addition of two lakh new jobs a year. "Today TCS, Cognizant, ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Software industry is the largest creator of jobs: Narayana Murthy  Economic Times3 hours ago 'Software industry is largest creator of jobs'  Deccan Herald1 day ago Software Industry Largest Creator of Jobs: Narayana Murthy  NDTV Profit1 day ago

Bonhomie amid differing stances

If Infosys icon N R Narayana Murthy (NRN) is perceived as a man biased against basic sciences and a man who only promotes Information Technology (IT), that perception could just be erroneous. But, it has to be admitted that there is a mild anger in NRN that ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
Vogue India

Watch the glimpse of Young Turks Book Launch

Catch the first of the three parts series of the Young Turks Book Launch! Watch NR Narayana Murthy, Co-founder of Infosys talk entrepreneurship with over 200 Young Turks. Also listen into Rohit Bansal of and Abhay Singhal of inMobi share their ...
 Money Control2 days ago Landscape for entrepreneurship healthy in India: NR Murthy  Money Control1 week ago 10 Life lessons for young entrepreneurs  Vogue India1 day ago Young Turks to inspire next-gen entrepreneurs  Indian Television2 days ago
Deccan chronicle

India needs a healthy population: Narayana Murthy

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu N.R. Narayana Murthy. File Photo. Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy on Friday said that India needs a healthy population in age group of 40 years to 60 years to boost the country's economic ...
 The Hindu5 days ago Narayana Murthy in four roles  Deccan chronicle1 week ago Narayana Murthy: India open for business  CNBC3 weeks ago Ease of doing business: India ranks worse than Pakistan  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Startups backed by Ratan Tata, Narayana Murthy and Azim Premji win easy publicity and credibility

An investment by a successful entrepreneur or an iconic businessman like Tata, NRN or Premji lends a greater degree of credibility to a start-up. BENGALURU: Online jewellery retailer Bluestone's co-founder Gaurav Singh Kushwaha noticed a marked difference ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Startups backed by Tata, Murthy win easy credibility  Economic Times1 week ago Startups backed by Tata, Murthy, Premji win easy publicity and credibility  Economic Times1 week ago Inside Ratan Tata's vehicle for investment  Rediff.com2 months ago
Money Today

Higher autonomy should be given to universities: Murthy

PTI Bengaluru Last Updated: November 13, 2014 | 19:02 IST IT veteran N R Narayana Murthy (Photo: Reuters) IT veteran N R Narayana Murthy on Thursday advocated higher autonomy and less governmental interference in the functioning of educational institutions.
 Money Today2 weeks ago Murthy pitches for higher autonomy to educational institutions  Business Standard2 weeks ago Narayana Murthy pitches for higher autonomy to educational institutions  Siasat Daily1 week ago IT veteran N R Narayana Murthy pitches for higher autonomy to educational institutions  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Two women feature in Infosys Prize 2014 list

N. R. Narayana Murthy, President, Board of Trustees, Infosys Science Foundation while announcing the Infosys Prize 2014 said Shubha Tole has been chosen for Life Sciences, while Esther Duflo for Social Sciences. Shubha Tole, Associate Professor ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago Infosys Science Foundation Announces Winners of the Infosys Prize 2014  Infosys2 weeks ago
Indian Express

What's keeping Kris Gopalakrishnan busy after retirement?

I He was a part of the founding team of Infosys along with NR Narayana Murthy, SD Shibulal and Nandan Nilekani. Over 33 years, Kris Gopalakrishnan was instrumental in transforming the company, which started with USD 250 in capital, into a USD 8 ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago Reclassification of stake may lift Infy weightage in Nifty  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago Learn from Infosys  Asian Age1 month ago Infosys fetes founding fathers as Kris Gopalakrishnan retirement day nears  Indian Express1 month ago
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