This Indian guy wanted to become a cricketer but became CEO and earns 44 lahks per day 

Indians are filled with pride as they gain fame for having the fastest-growing economies in the world. A number of Indian leaders who are helping India become a worldwide force are facilitating this accelerated economic growth.

Sundar Pichai, the CEO of the Google search engine, is one such leader who has inspired today’s youth. It is acknowledged that Sundar Pichai is regarded as an industry icon by those who work in the IT sector. But did you know that Sundar Pichai once dreamed of playing cricket when he was growing up?

Sundar Pichai was born in Madurai, Tamil Nadu on June 10, 1972, His mother worked as a stenographer, and his father, Raghunath Pichai, was an electrical engineer for the British company GEC. Sundar Pichai finished his education at Ashok Nagar’s Jawahar Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School before enrolling at IIT Kharagpur to pursue a career in engineering.

also, He acquired a bachelor’s certificate in metallurgical engineering before going on to IIT to complete the study for B.Tech. With limited team members, Sundar Pichai joined Google in 2004.

He significantly influenced the creation of several products, including Gmail and Google Maps. He was chosen to lead Google as CEO in 2015. Sundar Pichai’s net worth is 53 billion Indian Rupees, according to the most current Hurun India Rich List 2022, while Google’s market value is 1,338 billion Indian Rupees.

Indians learned about Sundar Pichai’s love of playing and watching cricket. Sundar Pichai is the CEO of Google. Since he was young, he has been interested in cricket, and he even captained the school cricket team. The group won a number of competitions under his direction. Sundar Pichai has lauded the renowned cricketer Sunil Gavaskar during meetings with the younger generation.

Sundar Pichai’s dedication to both his professional and personal pursuits, such as cricket, showcases his relentless drive and commitment to excellence, inspiring countless individuals to pursue their passions, and dreams, and achieve greatness.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].