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Stay Hungry Stay Foolish
Author: Rashmi Bansal

Publisher: CIIE
ISBN: 9788190000000
Pages: 325
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It includes some big names like Sanjeev Bikhchandani (PGP-89), In 2006, his big idea, became the first dotcom to IPO on an Indian stock exchange. Shantanu Prakash (PGP-88), Educomp. His company Educomp is today the leading provider of digital content for schools across India.Vinayak Chatterjee (PGP-81), Feedback Ventures Vinayak quit his job at Pond's to start Feedback Ventures which morphed into India's leading infrastructure advisory and engineering firm. Ashank Desai (PGP-79), Mastek ,R Subramanian (PGP-89), Subhiksha He quit his job at Citibank 15 days after joining, to start India's largest grocery chain - Subhiksha. Subramanian famously rebuffed offers from Reliance Retail as he believes the best is yet to come'.Narendra Murkumbi (PGP-94), Shree Renuka Sugars. He shut down the first company he started after graduating because a Rs 5 crore turnover was not large enough'. His second venture Shree Renuka Sugars is today a Rs 1000 crore company, and has changed the lives of hundreds of sugarcane farmers.Chender Baljee (PGP-72), Royal Orchid Hotels His family owns Baljee's, Simla's most famous hotel. Yet as a young management graduate, Chender decided to carve out his own niche. It took him 35 years but today Royal Orchid is a Rs 150 crore hospitality business. Madan Mohanka (PGP-67), Tega Industries Tega Industries is the world's third largest company designing solutions in the field of mining equipment. Sunil Handa (PGP-79), Eklavya Education Foundation/CoreEmballage From a hard nosed businessman to an educational entrepreneur, his is a fascinating journey. Vardan Kabra (PGP 2004), Fountainhead School, Deep Kalra (PGP-92), which is today India's leading travel portal. Rashesh Shah (PGP-89), Edelweiss Capital. In a world dominated by the likes of J P Morgan and Merrill Lynch Rashesh Shah set up a large and successful homegrown investment bank in a single decade. Nirmal Jain (PGP-89), India Infoline, which is one of the country's biggest online trading platforms.Vikram Talwar (PGP-70), EXL Service, K Raghavendra Rao (PGP-79), Orchid Pharma Raghavendra Rao has built up a $300 million dollar pharma company in 13 short years. The son of a working class railways employee, he now dreams of making Orchid India's first $1 billion pharma company. Jerry Rao (PGP-73), Mphasis A career Citibanker, he built up a large and profitable company (Mphasis),Shivraman Dugal (PGP-76), Institute for Clinical Research in India (ICRI),Shankar Maruwada (PGP-96), Marketics ,Ruby Ashraf (PGP-83), Precious Formals,Deepta Rangarajan (PGP-89), IRIS, Cyrus Driver (PGP 2000), Calorie Care,Venkat Krishnan (PGP-93), GiveIndia Venkat launched GiveIndia, to promote the culture of giving' in India. Anand Halve (PGP-77), chlorophyll, S B Dangayach (PGP-72 ), Sintex The man behind the iconic Sintex water tanks believes in constant evolution and creation of new products. And after 34 years with one company he is still passionate about it! Vijay Mahajan (PGP-80), Basix.