|Sidin Sunny Vadukut|
|Alma mater||Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad,
National Institute of Technology,Tiruchirappalli
|Known for||Managing editor of Livemint.com|
Sidin Sunny Vadukut is a columnist, writer and blogger from India. He is currently the managing editor of Livemint.com. In January 2010, Sidin's debut novel Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin 'Einstein' Varghese was published. This is the first part of the Dork trilogy and takes a satirical dig at the management consulting industry. The second installment in the trilogy – "God Save the Dork" – set in London was released in November 2011. The final edition – "Who let the Dork Out" – was out in the markets on 4 November 2012.
Sidin was born in a small village near Irinjalakuda. He spent the most part of his childhood in Abu Dhabi and came back to India to pursue his higher education. An Engineer from National Institute of Technology,Tiruchirappalli, according to Sidin his father "bought him his MBA" from IIM Ahmedabad. He subsequently worked with the management consulting firm AT Kearney before writing 'Dork'. He currently lives in London, UK.
Sidin has written three books that comprise the Dork trilogy. The trilogy belong to the genre described as Office humor. The trilogy comprises DORK: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein' Varghese, God Save The Dork and Who Let The Dork Out?
In 2014, Sidin published his first non fiction book The Sceptical Patriot: Exploring the Truths Behind the Zero and Other Indian Glories. The book explores some of the most popular facts about India and digs out the truth behind them.
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