Vinod Gupta or Vin as he’s known to his friends, is a successful business person and a philanthropist. He is one of the successful business people in the world today, but he has never allowed himself to be distracted by riches. He has maintained a humble lifestyle and treats all the people with dignity. Vin Gupta does not take wealth as an opportunity to talk trash about the less fortunate. He is ready to use the fruits of his hard work for the benefit of others. Vin Gupta is using his wealth to change the lives of thousands of people around the world. His work is being felt in the United States and India.
Vin Gupta is using his resources to educate thousands of young people in his home country of India. He is creating educational opportunities for those who would otherwise struggle to get a good education. He has taken the initiative of building schools in India and supporting educational programs in his Alma mater in the United States, the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Gupta is motivated by the knowledge that his wealth is going to life-changing causes. He has vowed to spend all his wealth on philanthropy to ensure as many people as possible benefit from his work of philanthropy.
Vin Gupta gave back to the small town that gave birth to him in India by donating $1 million that has been utilized in the construction of Ram Rati Gupta Polytechnic as his advocacy to Women’s Education. This Polytechnic is meant for women who are interested in learning about how technology can be applied in day-day operations. The Polytechnic has mainly been offering courses related to web design, information technology, and computer applications.
Gupta intended to make women in India independent through technology. Gupta has also invested in the development of a girl’s school in India, where he has also provided everything that is needed for effective management of the schools. He has provided businesses and textbooks and any other materials required to facilitate world-class education for the girls in India.
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