by Mayank ChhayaIf India owes its emergence as an information and communication powerhouse to a single individual, it would be Sam Pitroda. Regarded as one of the fathers of handheld computing because of his 1975 invention of the Electronic Diary, Pitroda is an internationally respected telecom and development guru with over 100 patents to his name. A Chicago resident for over 40 years, he is currently chairman of India's National Knowledge Commission with the mandate to turn India into a global knowledge hub. The book was written in 1992.
|Title||Sam Pitroda, a biography|
|eBook format||Hardcover, (torrent)|
|File size||5.9 Mb|
|Book rating||4.5 (2 votes)