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Sundar Pichai`s Speech about Leadership

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Pichai was born in Madras (now Chennai), Tamil Nadu, India in 1972 to Indian parents Lakshmi and Regunatha Pichai His father, Regunatha Pichai, was a senior electrical engineer for the British conglomerate General Electric Company (GEC) and managed a factory that made electrical components. Sundar grew up in a two-room apartment on 46th Street, 7th Avenue, in Ashok Nagar, Madras. Pichai completed his Class X at SHN EDWARD Higher Secondary School located in Sattur and completed the Class XII from Vana Vani school located in the IIT campus, Chennai.[12][13] Pichai earned his degree from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT KGP) in Metallurgical Engineering.[14] Sundar`s professors at IIT recommended him to pursue a PhD at Stanford University, but he decided to pursue MS and MBA degrees instead.[citation needed] He holds an MS from Stanford University in Material Sciences and Engineering and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania,[15] where he was named a Siebel Scholar[16][17] and a Palmer Scholar, respectively.