Siddhant Vats

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Siddhant Vats is a leading Indian entrepreneur.[1] Siddhant is the Co-founder of Androidly Systems[2] and has been credited to have made the world's first Android technology watch.[3]

Today, Siddhant is a popular Youth Icon. He represents the young generation of India on the global entrepreneurship market[3] among top Business Leaders of the world. Siddhant has spoken at various national and international organisations around the world on entrepreneurship and innovation. He is a TEDx speaker and also one of the youngest members of TIE. He specially enjoys visiting schools and colleges to motivate students. Siddhant has also given guest lectures at leading world universities on Entrepreneurship.

Siddhant also serves as an advisor to various startups, tech companies and international bodies on technological reforms.

Early life[edit]

Siddhant was born in Patna, Bihar, India. His father and mother, both are Government of India officers. His father Sanjay Shreevats is the Deputy Director General at India Tourism, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. His mother, Ratna Purkayastha, is an officer with Doordarshan Kendra (Ministry of Information and Broadcasting) .[4]

Siddhant has lived and studied in different parts of the world. His early education took place in Delhi and Patna which was followed by Los Angeles, Jaipur and London.

Philanthropy (Falak Foundation)[edit]

Siddhant is also the Co-Founder and President of a leading non-profit organisation, The Falak Foundation.

Siddhant has been instrumental in setting up an International Monastery (Wat Lao) in Bodh Gaya. He hopes that this will promote global peace and also increase the foreign exchange in India and contribute towards the economic growth.[5]

Siddhant has organised various free health-campus for the under-priviliged. He also has been instrumental in enrolling many young kids to government schools.

Future Projects[edit]

Siddhant is currently working on an e-learning platform.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Students on Indian campuses more inclined to drop out from college to start ventures
  2. ^ "Androidly Official Website". Retrieved 20 April 2013. 
  3. ^ a b Chaudhary, Pranava (5 April 2013). "Patna boy to represent India at global business meet in Ireland". Times of India. Retrieved 20 April 2013. 
  4. ^ Chaudhary, Pranava (5 April 2013). "Patna boy to represent India at global business meet in Ireland". The Times of India. Retrieved 4 May 2013. 
  5. ^ Kumar, Alok (2 December 2013). "Foreign aid for monastery". Telegraph. Retrieved 2 December 2013.