Top 10 Colleges Dropouts Who Became Successful
Mahesh dropped out of Osmania University and began selling vacuum cleaners door-to-door. He rose to prominence and received awards as Creative Director for Unilever, The Economist, Pepsi, and MTV, for whom he wrote and directed a series of award-winning advertisements.
Azhar Iqubal is among successful IIT dropouts who made it big. He dropped out of college in his fourth year.He as created a real news buzz among the Gen Z & millennials of India with his company Inshorts app. Azhar Iqubal has 2 current jobs as Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Inshorts and founder and CEO at Public App.
After dropping out of college, he founded the company in 2001 at the age of 17, with its first office in Jalandhar. He is the CEO of Kayako Infotech Ltd. and supervises the overall direction as the leading product architect, playing an active role in the product lines design and development.
Deepak, a computer engineering dropout from LBS College Of Engineering in his fifth semester in 2007. He founded Quest Technologies, which allows people to respond to someone elses text-messaged question. His main company was Innoz Technologies.
Rahul Yadav, one of the companys co-founders and a 4th-year dropout from IIT Bombay, is the mastermind behind housings rise. It did not stop him from accomplishing his goals. He was aware that he was creating a brand and working to resolve an issue that no one had ever addressed head-on.
Pallav Nadhani is the co-founder as well as CEO of Fusion Charts & RazorFlow and also the CEO of Collabion. He founded this company in his bedroom in 2001, at the age of 16, after becoming frustrated with Microsoft Excels charting capabilities while completing high school assignments.
He, along with Nikunj Jain, co-founded Frankly.me with Nikunj Jain with the goal of connecting people via web and mobile. Frankly is a platform designed to broaden the scope of conversations in which people participate. He previously founded Zumbl.com.
Amritanshu Anand, known as the co-founder of Retention.ai. This software enables application developers and marketers to monitor and understand uninstalled users. It also allows businesses to re-target users who have previously uninstalled the app.
Ankit Oberoi is the co-founder of Adpushup, which optimizes ads so that publishers and bloggers can gain financially from their established website traffic without requiring any coding knowledge. He dropped out of Maharaja Agrasen College during the first semester
10. Trishneet Arora
Trishneet Arora went from being a high school dropout to becoming a millionaire at the age of 23. He is the CEO and Founder of TAC Security, an IT security firm that protects corporations from security breaches and network vulnerabilities.
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