Vinod Gupta epitomizes the phrase ‘mover & shaker.’ He’s the type of person you think of when you hear the old adage, ‘if you want something completed, assign it to a busy person.’ Yet even more so, Vinod performs goal and mission oriented actions. Though he may keep a journal of one, his checklist is an organic, effervescent, dynamic matter anchored in enhancing customers’ life experiences and guided by the magnet of thoroughness. Vinod Gupta is the kind of person who, when you learn of all of his accomplishments, how he achieved them and their magnitude of change for so many, you want to ask, ‘Do you do architecture..? I’d like someone to design my home and I know you’d see to it that all of my specifications were met and in grand style!’ Or at least whether he knew of anyone of his character who would fulfill the request. In essence, you can exhale with Vinod on the job.

Vinod Gupta excelled through all of his school years avoiding miseducation but choosing premium material, giving 200% of his focus and efforts and yielding maximum rewards in terms of scholarships, promotions and cheerful mentors. During his corporate work under others, he always diligently completed way more than the expected or required aims. In so doing, he wound up developing a business of his own by über addressing the needs of his clients. And while he knows it will always take hard work to make it big, he also recognizes the need to lend a helping hand to others, especially the marginalized.

Accordingly, Vinod Gupta builds and funds educational institutions. He continues to donate millions of his hard earned dollars to his alma maters. Also, to help reverse the ills perpetuated by generations of oppression against girls and women in India, he founded and commissioned the building, development and promotion of his Ram Rati Gupta Polytechnic learning institute in the year 2000. Similarly, he ensures the continual flow of more than enough money to cover all needs associated direct and indirectly with girls and women getting to and succeeding at his and all schools citing the motivation instilled in him by his father toward education. What a difference! What a new legacy!

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