10 Indian Tech Entrepreneurs Who Started as Computer Science Students

Naveen Tewari - InMobi:

Co-founder of InMobi, a global mobile advertising platform, Naveen Tewari pursued his studies in computer science before venturing into entrepreneurship.

Bhavish Aggarwal - Ola:

Bhavish Aggarwal, the co-founder of Ola, India's largest ride-hailing platform, completed his computer science degree before establishing the company.

Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal - Flipkart:

The founders of Flipkart, Sachin Bansal, and Binny Bansal both graduated with degrees in computer science before creating one of India's biggest e-commerce platforms.

Vijay Shekhar Sharma - Paytm:

Vijay Shekhar Sharma, the founder of Paytm, began his entrepreneurial journey after pursuing computer science and engineering.

Kunal Shah - FreeCharge:

Kunal Shah, the founder of FreeCharge, a mobile wallet platform, started his career in the tech sector after completing his studies in computer engineering.

Nikesh Arora - Palo Alto Networks:

Nikesh Arora, an Indian-origin entrepreneur, pursued computer science and later became the CEO of Palo Alto Networks, a cybersecurity company.

Nithin Kamath - Zerodha:

Nithin Kamath, the founder of Zerodha, India's largest retail stockbroker, began his journey in finance technology after his computer science studies.

Ritesh Agarwal - OYO:

Ritesh Agarwal, the founder of OYO, a hospitality company, embarked on his entrepreneurial path after his studies in computer science.

Divyank Turakhia - Media.net:

Divyank Turakhia, co-founder of Media.net, an advertising technology company, started his career in tech during his computer science studies.

Sairee Chahal - SHEROES:

Sairee Chahal founded SHEROES, a women-focused career platform, leveraging her background in computer science.

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