5 Billionaires Who Changed The World, Being College Dropouts
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5 Billionaires Who Changed The World, Being College Dropouts

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 07 July 2015, 13:02 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Worried about the percentage you got in your board exams? Or thinking of getting admission in a top university in the country? Education has become a business and a way of showing of one’s status in the society. Nowadays even if the children are not interested in becoming a doctor or engineer their parents force them in to it. Talent is all what you need apart from anything. Here is the list of some inspirational business leaders in the world who were dropped out from college and made it big with their talent, reports Indiatimes.

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Micheal Dell is the CEO and founder of Dell, one of the world’s leading seller of personal computers. At very young age of eight he showed his interest in business by applying for taking up a high school equivalency exam. As a teenager he invested all his money from part time jobs in stocks and precious material. At the age of 15 he got his first computer.

During the first year of graduation at the University of Texas in medicine he started an informal business of selling upgraded kits for personal computers. At the age of 27 he became the youngest CEO of the company who has been ranked by the fortune magazine’s list of 500 corporations. His net worth as of June 2015 is estimated to be $18.6 billion.

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