Academics are essential, but it is not everything! Trishneet Arora redefined his failure of the 8th standard into a successful startup named TAC Security Solutions.
Byju Raveendran has become a symbol of innovation by bringing technology, which was earlier considered to be bad for students, to the sphere of education and changing the way of learning in India.
Sudha Murthy is an author, a philanthropist, a teacher, and whatnot. She believes in giving it back to society with utmost sincerity. She is also the woman behind Infosys.
A bright student who had a problem with English took the challenge of fighting with the odds of life. Story of Vijay Shekhar Sharma taught how to become a successful entrepreneur!
Rahil Mohammad is one of the youngest app developers who is trying to bring a positive change in society and contributing to the journey of building a better India through his work.
A small town guy with a dream in his mind dropped out of college. Ritesh Agarwal who sold sim cards at the age of 13 and became the owner of India’s largest budget hotel network, OYO Rooms, at 21.
How a technology lover become a successful YouTuber? Divya Gandotra, having her channel Tech Divya, never gave up and showed the real power of Indian talent to the world.
Life is not about giving up just because people tell you to give up. Srikanth Bolla, blind by birth, fought for his dreams, his life and pen down his name in the success stories of entrepreneurs.
Women with a strong mind and a heart of steel to attain their dreams are few and those who attain something extraordinary, usually put in those extraordinary efforts. Here are the top 10 women entrepreneurs in India to boost you up!
Leaving the job at Kotak Mahindra and beginning her own company was an utterly tough choice to make. At the age of 51, she quit her well-settled job and started Nykaa. Her journey is an illustration of Indian women achieving the impossible.