“Through innovation led by research, I believe we can achieve economic development by transforming healthcare, agriculture, livestock management, industrial processing and environmental sustainability,” he said at the annual convocation of Bennett University, where he was awarded an honorary doctorate in philosophy in biotechnology.
Referring to the degree in Majumdar-Shaw, Dr. Prabhu Agarwal, Vice-Chancellor, Bennett University, said that Kiran Majumder-Shaw and biotechnology are synonymous in India. “Therapy has improved in collaboration with advanced science, innovative technology platforms and international research that can reduce treatment costs, increase access and improve healthcare outcomes for diseases such as diabetes and cancer,” he noted.
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Suresh Narayanan, Chairman and MD, Nestle India, was also awarded the Honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Management. Agarwal said Narayanan’s rise to prominence in the corporate world “reflects his more than 35 years of rich and incredibly extensive experience in the FMCG industry, which spans multiple countries and cultures”.
Narayanan dedicated the degree to his parents, wife and daughter. “I joined the call from my parents’ house in Chennai and when they both don’t see me getting this honor, I know education was worth a lot to them. My father with his middle class income helped me to become a better citizen of India He was able to give the best education at that time, ”he said.
NASCOM President Devjani Ghosh was the special guest at the convocation and asked the graduating students to relax. “Uncertainty, instability, ambiguity – this is the only assurance you will have. The skills you need will constantly change. Your ability to deal with ambiguity and uncertainty is going to be your biggest competitive advantage and so one of my skills learned is to get out of my comfort zone and Being comfortable in uncomfortable situations, ”he said.
Ghosh added that India’s technology industry has become more agile not only for resilience, but also for resilience with empathy. He said the Covid crisis was also the key to the kind of success the industry is seeing.
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