In his acceptance speech, Mr. Chandrasekaran, who was an alumnus of the then Regional Engineering College (now NIT), Tiruchi, turned nostalgic.
Narayana Murthy on Saturday said that Tata Sons Chairman N. Chandrasekaran, who rose from the bottom of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) through performance and values to sit in the same chair as J.R.D.
Delivering the convocation address at National Institute of Technology-Tiruchi, after Mr. Chandrasekaran was conferred with Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the corporate world, Mr. Murthy said that Mr. Chandrasekaran was a leader in every position he had chosen to accept.
Her affection and love demonstrated her dedication to the profession and many teachers like her had made his life meaningful.
Going down memory lane to trace the influence of his teachers on his life, Mr. Chandrasekaran recalled how his primary school teacher Kannammal took notes for him when he was hospitalised for two months.
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