Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai is coming to India today

Sundararajan Pichai better known as Sundar Pichai, the Chief Executive Officer of Google Inc is coming to India today. While the agenda of the meeting isn’t clearly known, the company explains that they will share their vision on how technology can change people’s lives for the better.

Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, Narendra Modi, Pranab Mukherjee, Arun Jaitley, BJP Ravi Shankar Prasad, Web Exclusive

The invite sent to the media reads, “India is at the centre of a digital revolution today, with millions of Indians getting online every month. India has always been key for Google and we continue to work towards evolving our product offerings for the unique needs of our users.”

Sundar Pichai is scheduled to deliver a keynote speech where he will outline Google’s plans for India at a google for India event which will be held in Delhi today.

Pichai, along with a few other keynote speakers will address sessions with media, developers, entrepreneurs and marketers and give attendees a look into Google’s efforts to meet the needs of internet users of today and tomorrow.

The 43-year-old alumnus of IIT-Kharagpur is also scheduled to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Pranab Mukherjee on December 17, as well as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and communications Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on a later date.

Pichai has scheduled a chat session on Thursday with students of Shri Ram College of Commerce after which he will meet Prime Minister Modi.

This will not be his first encounter with Prime Minister Modi, Pichai had met India’s Prime Minister during Narendra Modi’s visit to Silicon Valley in September earlier this year

Pichai will also attend a banquet hosted by President Mukherjee later in the evening on December 17.

Pichai launched the Android One, range of smartphones targeted at people looking to buy their first smartphone, during his last visit to India.

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