Achievers From Mangalore

  • Satya Nadella

    Satya Nadella, who was appointed as the third CEO of Microsoft, is an alumnus of the engineering college – Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) – often referred to as the 'other MIT' after the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Nadella studied at the college from 1984-88. Before becoming CEO of Microsoft, he was Executive Vice President of Microsoft's Cloud and Enterprise group, responsible for building and running the company's Computing Platforms, Developer Tools and Cloud Computing Services.

  • Arvind Adiga

    Aravind Adiga: born 23 October 1974 is an Indian journalist and author hails from Mangalore. His debut novel, The White Tiger, won the 2008 Man Booker Prize . His parents Dr. K. Madhava Adiga and Usha Adiga, Kannadigas both of whom hailed from Mangalore.He grew up in Mangalore and studied at Canara High School, then at St. Aloysius High School, where he completed his SSLC in 1990.


  • K.V.Kamath

    The Managing Director and CEO of ICICI Bank, the largest private bank in India. Kamath was born on December 2, 1947, in Mangalore, Karnataka where he spent most of his early years. After completing higher Secondary and Pre-University from St. Aloysius School, he joined the Karnataka Regional Engineering College (now called National Institute of Technology Karnataka) in Surathkal for a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering. After graduating from KREC in 1969, he joined the prestigious Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad (IIM-A) for a Masters Degree in Business Administration.


  • Dr.Deviprasad Shetty

    He is originally from the erstwhile Mangalore - South Kanara District of Karnataka state in India (now divided into Mangalore and Udupi District).After completing his graduate degree in Medicine and post-graduate work in General Surgery from Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore (Karnataka state), he trained in cardiac surgery at Guys Hospital in the United Kingdom. He gained valuable experience in heart operations in the West Midlands rotation. He returned to India in 1989 and initially worked at B.M. Birla Hospital in Kolkata in Eastern India. After some time, he moved to Bangalore and started the Manipal Heart Foundation at Manipal Hospital, Bangalore. He has many patients and admirers in Bangladesh and from all over the world, especially Southern Asia.

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