Small town boy from Tamil Nadu starts vernacular platform GUVI for IT learning

Arun Prakash was the first graduate in his family. The 33 year old completed his BTech from Sethu Institute of Technology, Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu. As his family could not afford it, he did not own a computer and brushed up his technical skills by writing programmes on paper and running them on computers at an internet café. Things changed for the better, however, when he impressed the recruiters at Honeywell with his technical skills. GUVI Team His professional journey for the next 13 years went off well with stints at Honeywell-Aerospace, KLA-Tencor and Kalido. Then in 2011, Arun, his wife Sridevi (32) and his friend S.P. Balamurugan (32) conceptualised the idea of GUVI. At that time, they were all working together at PayPal and decided to quit to dedicate more…


Link to Full Article: Small town boy from Tamil Nadu starts vernacular platform GUVI for IT learning