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Updated Mon May 24, 2021 11:25 AM EST

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At Safalta Talks we will meet you with a person who, after graduating from the IIT, worked in a multinational company and then founded a startup in his country that works for people at the grassroots level.

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Every year thousands of young people from IITs in our country step into the outside world by studying and working in large national and international companies. They illuminate themselves and the name of their country. However, we also hear the names of some of them among them who are embarking on such a path to put society and their country on the path of progress. In Safalta talks we will meet you with a similar personality who, after studying at the IIT, worked in many great positions in a multinational company and then founded a startup in our country that is intended for the people on the grassroots. Might work.Who is Indian Kripalani:
Indian Kripalani did his BTech from IIT Roorkee from 2000 to 2004 and then joined the famous Yahoo company. There he worked for more than five years in various positions such as senior engineering manager, principal engineer and senior software engineer. He then went on to found a Delhi, NCR-based startup called Shoopy with his friend Amit Kumar, which emerged as a vital support to retailers during the coronary arteries and lockdown. Shoopy aims to promote online commerce between retailers and local store owners.

In the special session of the Safalta Talks “No shortcuts, but hard work is the key to success”, Inder Kripalani will share his experience with our viewers and show how he founded a startup with hard work and brought it to the height of success.

When is this meeting organized?
This special session of the Safalta Talks will take place on Monday, May 24th at 4 p.m. You can watch this session on the Safalta Talks YouTube channel. Apart from that, you can also watch this session at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfPhBZWwT44 under this link.

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Every year thousands of young people from IITs in our country step into the outside world by studying and working in large national and international companies. They illuminate themselves and the name of their country. However, we also hear the names of some of them among them who are embarking on such a path to put society and their country on the path of progress. In Safalta talks we will meet you with a similar personality who, after studying at the IIT, worked in many great positions in a multinational company and then founded a startup in our country that is intended for the people on the grassroots. Might work.

Who is Indian Kripalani:

Indian Kripalani did his BTech from IIT Roorkee from 2000 to 2004 and then joined the famous Yahoo company. There he worked for more than five years in various positions such as senior engineering manager, principal engineer and senior software engineer. He then went on to found a Delhi, NCR-based startup called Shoopy with his friend Amit Kumar, which emerged as a vital support to retailers during the coronary arteries and lockdown. Shoopy aims to promote online commerce between retailers and local store owners.

In the special session of the Safalta Talks “No shortcuts, but hard work is the key to success”, Inder Kripalani will share his experience with our viewers and show how he founded a startup with hard work and brought it to the height of success.

When is this meeting organized?

This special session of the Safalta Talks will take place on Monday, May 24th at 4 p.m. You can watch this session on the Safalta Talks YouTube channel. Apart from that, you can also watch this session at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfPhBZWwT44 under this link.

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