Anand Mahindra is really impressed with this new Indian Brain, posts a special tweet!

Anand Mahindra is really impressed with this new Indian Brain, posts a special tweet!

Anand Mahindra is one of the most admired personalities in India. The billionaire tycoon is also quite active on the micro-blogging Twitter platform. Every now and then, he comes up with interesting or catchy tweets to engage with his fans and followers on social media.

From posting Monday motivation stuff to expressing his opinions, the Twitter fraternity has seen it all. At the same time, he never shies away from giving befitting or epic replies to the haters on social media.

We have seen time and time again that Mahindra has the knack for shutting the critics with classy and bossy replies. On the other hand, he also has an incredible sense of humour, something that the netizens would love to the core.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the group, Anand Mahindra provided a huge update after a teen built “Iron Man” suit from scrap. Anand Mahindra took to his official Twitter handle to update netizens that the 22-year-old boy who created an ‘Iron Man’ suit from scrap materials was now an engineer.

“He is now an engineering student,” the billionaire wrote, stating that he recently interned at Mahindra’s Auto Design Studio.

“Move over Tony Stark. Make way for the REAL Iron Man. And it would be a privilege to assist him & his siblings in their education. If someone can connect me to him, it will be a privilege for me & @KCMahindraEduc1 to support him. (@jaavedjaaferi for forwarding the video)

“Many of you may remember Prem’s story. We were delighted when he accepted our offer of joining @MahindraUni where he is now an engineering student. And this past summer he interned at Mahindra’s Auto Design Studio under the tutelage of @BosePratap,” Mahindra wrote.

“I was very pleased when Pratap told me that Prem’s had a very successful summer internship—working specifically on advanced car door opening mechanisms. Most important Pratap praised Prem’s inclination to ‘learn by making things.’ We need more of that mode of education!,” Mahindra tweeted.

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