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    George Kurian: Begin With the End in Mind

    Just six months after joining IIT Madras, two highly ambitious freshmen-George Kurian and his younger twin brother, Thomas Kurian-were found to be packing their bags, preparing to leave the bustling city and very soon, the country. Like many, the U.S. had rolled its red carpet down for George and his brother, where they were accepted into Princeton University for their bachelors in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, embracing them into a future that held many surprises and promises. After years spent in his brothers comradeship, George knew that it was high time their paths fork out. Sure enough, the years away had paid off well enough for both of them. With a zeal to keep outwitting his own feat, he progressed from one good thing to another, making his sound presence echo in companies like Oracle, McKinsey, Akamai, and Cisco, before finally taking up the designation of SVP, Software Group at NetApp in March 2011.
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